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Medium Voltage Switchgear Unitole UX

Technical Specification: MV Switchgear


INTRODUCTION POWER XPERT UX
IEC Metal-enclosed Single Busbar, Solid- and Air-insulated, Vacuum Medium Voltage Switchgear, up to 24 kV

The Power Xpert UX is the latest offering that builds on the success and legacy of Eatons Unitole MV switchgear. The UX is a global design that is certified to the latest IEC 62271 -100 and -200 standards. UX is a complete range up to 4000 A, 50 kA-3s short circuit withstand, and 50 kA-0.5s AFLR internal arc classification. The compact UX design is based on Eatons leadership vacuum technology and is available in three panel widths (600, 800, 1000 mm) and 12, 17.5, and 24 kV system voltages. Eaton's latest vacuum circuit breaker, the W-VACi, sits at the heart of Power Xpert UX. The W-VACi, with its advanced vacuum interrupter contact designs yield longer life and are very compact.

FEATURES
Safe in use 1. Comprehensive and logical list of mechanical and electrical interlocks 2. Compartments protected against penetration by objects 3. Internal arc rating up to 50 kA for 0.5 seconds and 40 kA for 1 second 4. Internal arc classification of AFLR 5. Loss of service continuity rating of 2B 6. Accessibility of compartments 7. Closed door racking Reliable in operation 1. Vacuum and cast-resin encapsulation technologies 2. CESI certified to latest IEC 62271 -100 and -200 standards 3. Totally enclosed and insulated main Busbar 4. 20,000 operations on vacuum breakers 5. Partition classification of PM Efficient over the product life 1. 30 year expected product life 2. Cable access front and rear; cable entry bottom and top 3. Up to 4000 A main Busbar and breaker ratings 4. Up to 50 kA short circuit and withstand ratings (3 seconds) 5. SF6 free 6. Low end of life disposable costs with all materials being re-usable or recycled 7. Compact and flexible designs (three widths and two depths of panels) 8. Environmentally friendly throughout the life cycle

Power Xpert UX complies with the following international standards IEC 62271-1 Common specifications IEC 62271-100 Circuit breakers (E2, M2, C2) IEC 62271-102 Disconnector and Earthing switches (E2, M0) IEC 62271-200 Metal enclosed switchgear and control gear IEC 60044-1 Current transformers IEC 60044-2 Voltage transformers IEC 60529 Degrees of protection (IP Code) IEC 61850 Communication networks and systems in substations

TECHNICAL DETAILS
System Rated voltage Lightning impulse withstand voltage Power frequency withstand voltage Rated frequency Internal arc class Loss of service continuity category Partition class Earthing circuit Accessibility of compartments Circuit breaker compartment Busbar compartment Cable compartment External degree of protection Internal degree of protection Installation Temperature classification Relative humidity (max) Busbar system 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3150, 4000 (FC*) Rated short-time withstand current kA - 3 s 25 / 26.3 / 31.5 / 40 / 50 Rated peak withstand current kA/50 Hz 63 / 66 / 80 / 100 / 125 kA/60 Hz 65 / / 82 / 104 / 130 *) FC = Fan cooled. Rated normal current A 1250, 2000, 2500 20 / 25 63 / 80 65 / 82 kV kV kV Hz 12 kV 12 75 28 50/60 17.5 kV 24 kV 24 125 50 50/60

kA - s

17.5 95 38 50/60 AFLR LSC2B PM 25 - 3; 26.3 - 3; 31.5 - 3; 40 - 3; 50 - 1

20 - 3; 25 - 3

C %

Interlock-controlled Tool-based/non-accessible Tool-based or Interlock-controlled IP4X (IP41 as an option) IP2X (IP3X as an option) Indoor -5 to +40 95

Circuit breaker ratings Rated normal current Rated short-circuit breaking current Rated short-circuit making current Rated short-time withstand current Single capacitor bank switching Multiple capacitor bank switching back to back Class Operating cycles at short-circuit current Auxiliary voltage A 630, 1250, 2000, 2500, 3150, 4000 800, 1250, 2000, 2500 20 / 25 65 / 82 20 / 25

kA 26.3 / 31.5 / 40 / 50 kA 65 / 82 / 104 / 130 kA - 3 s 26.3 / 31.5 / 40 / 50 C2 A 400 C1 A 400 S1, E2, C1, C2 100 110/120/127 Vac 50/60Hz, 208/220/240 Vac 50/60Hz, 24/48/60 Vdc, 110/125 Vdc, 220/250 Vdc

Mechanism Rated operating sequence A O - 0.3s - CO - 15s - CO O - 0.3s - CO - 180s - CO

DIMENSIONS

Panel width 12 kV and 17.5 kV Max. rating Depth Height (A) Height including arc chamber (B) Weight (in kg) 24 kV Max. rating Depth Height (A) Height including arc chamber (B) Weight (in kg)

600 mm 630 A / 1250 A 1320 2200 2750 860 / 880

800 mm 2000 A 1320 / 1500* 2200 2750 1230

1000 mm 3150 A / 4000 A (FC) 1500 2200 2750 1650

800 A / 1250 A 1570 2320 2870 1460 / 1480

2000 A / 2500 A 1570 2320 2870 1820

Please Note: 1500 mm for IAC classification ratings of 40 kA - 1 s and 50 kA - 0.5 s only

W-VACI A safe choice from a reliable source

The new and extensive line of type W-VACi compact medium voltage vacuum circuit breakers with IEC ratings of 12 kV, 17.5 kV and 24 kV are part of Eatons comprehensive global product portfolio that serves both 50 Hz and 60 Hz end-user segments of the electrical industry such as industrial, commercial, utility, mining, marine and offshore

FEATURES
Environmentally friendly offering 1. Circuit breaker interrupting chamber and pole unit insulation are SF6-free 2. Universal mechanism assembly is RoHS compliant 3. Encapsulated pole unit materials are recyclable User friendly operation 1. Controls and position indicators are clearly and functionally grouped 2. All controls are ergonomic for ease of use 3. Circuit breakers are easy to handle due to small size and low weight Automatic alignment 1. Easy circuit breaker insertion through guide rails 2. Automatic alignment of primary disconnects

Easy access and minimal inspection 1. Mechanism and control components are easily accessible 2. Easy inspection - just by removing front panel 3. Only minimal inspection is required Flexible
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Field customization through full range of standard and optional accessories that allow easy and fast installation

Cost effective 1. Compact size helps reduce switchgear footprint 2. Reliable and simple design minimizes inspection and life cycle costs 3. Optimized portfolio enables inventory reduction and easy breaker selection and ordering Safety, reliability and performance 1. Manual or motor operated integral racking devices for operator safety 2. Safety interlocks provide highest level of protection 3. Circuit breaker reliability through Eaton's world class quality and routine life testing

TECHNICAL DETAILS
Circuit breaker designation Rated voltage Rated frequency Rated normal current Rated short-time withstand current Rated duration of short circuit Rated supply voltage Pole-center distance Upper-to-lower terminal spacing 12 kV W-VACi 17.5 kV W-VACi 17,5 630 / 800 / 1250 / 1600 / 2500 / 3150 / 4000 [1] [2] [3] / 31.5 / 25 / 31.5 / 40 / 50 24 kV WVACi 24 800 / 1250 / 1600 / 2000 / 2500 [2] [3]

Ur kV fr Hz Ir A Ik kA rms tk s
V mm mm

12 50 / 60 2000 /

25 / 26.3 [4] 20 / 25 [2] [3] [2] [3] 40 / 50 [2][3] 3 24 - 48 - 60 - 110 - 125 - 220 - 250 VDC / 120 - 220 - 230 VAC [3] 150 210 275 150 210 275 210 275 205 / 205 / 275 310 275 310 310 310 275 275

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Ring Man Unit Xiria

MV Xiria RMU 3.6-24 kV General Description


Xiria is the name of a new generation of ring main units from Eaton. They are characterized by their high level of operational safety and are suitable for applications up to 24 kV. Xiria units are also very compact. Xiria units can be supplied in two-, three-, and four- or five-panel versions. Both the primary part of the unit and the mechanisms are housed in a fully enclosed housing which protects the system against environmental influences. There is a choice of two basic panel versions in our product range: 1. A vacuum load break switch for ring cable connections. 2. A vacuum circuit-breaker for protecting transformers and cable connections. Both versions can be supplied in a unit in any desired combination and order. Xiria is an extremely well designed and modern system. For example, when developing the system we intentionally opted for protection in the form of a circuit-breaker combined with an electronic relay. This is a modern, safe and flexible alternative to fuse protection. In addition it also makes Xiria very easy to use in an automated distribution network. These specific features make Xiria an easy-to-use system that responds perfectly to changing electricity distribution requirements, both now and in the future. Maintenance-free All the live primary parts and mechanisms in a Xiria unit are installed in a fully enclosed housing. This prevents dust, moisture and other environmental influences from affecting the operation of the unit. The switching mechanism has been designed with a minimum number of parts, and is specifically intended for switching after a long period of inactivity precisely the way it happens in practice. What is more, the mechanism does not use any lubricants, which also benefits its operational safety. As it is maintenance-free, Xiria significantly cuts inspection and maintenance costs without adversely affecting the operational safety of your distribution network. Which is something to look forward to in todays liberalized energy market. Intrinsically safe When carrying out operational actions and work on the cables, it is vital to have unambiguous status indications. When it comes to the safety of the operating personnel, Eaton leaves nothing to chance. That is why Xiria is fitted with directly visible isolation by means of inspection windows in the front which makes the isolating distance between the cable and the Busbar system directly visible. A visible, short-circuit proof Earthing can take place via the load break switch or circuit-breaker. Xiria is designed with a fully enclosed metal housing combined with single phase insulation of all primary live parts. This reduces the risk of an internal fault to an absolute minimum, thus providing a high degree of safety and availability. The KEMA-tested arc-proof housing also offers additional protection for operating personnel.

Compact Xiria is one of the smallest ring main units of its kind. This high degree of compactness is a direct result of the combination of technologies used by Eaton electrical field control, solid insulation and the use of extremely compact vacuum interrupters. This compactness offers direct financial benefits in new buildings and when refurbishing existing transformer stations because of the minimal floor area required. Ready for automated networks Xiria is completely ready for use in fully-automated networks. There are various options available for the system, depending on the level of remote signaling and remote control required. These options are modular, so they can be quickly and easily added in the future. In this way Xiria anticipates future developments in automation and operational control, so you can be sure that you will not be left with control, display and communication standards that are too specific or possibly even obsolete. Clean and green Xiria is made exclusively of environmentally-friendly materials. The insulation medium is clean, dry air and the switching medium is vacuum. Thus Xiria responds to the demand for sustainability in energy distribution. The unit is easy to dismantle at the end of its service life as the materials used are clearly labeled and can be reused. This facilitates recycling and avoids excessive costs and environmental taxes when the unit is decommissioned. Mechanism The mechanism is a hand operated or hand/motor operated spring charged mechanism, connected to the vacuum interrupters and the change-over switch. It is operated via two rotating shafts on the front provided with the necessary mechanical interlocks to avoid wrong operation. The mechanism is provided with viewing windows on the front for direct visual indication of the earthed position of the change-over switch and the ON-OFF position of the main vacuum interrupter. The front operating panel is also provided with a black & white single line mimic, showing the positions of the vacuum interrupter and the earth/Busbar position of the change-over switch. Closing The closing spring is charged first (manually with the operation handle or by motor), automatically followed by the closing movement. During the closing movement the opening springs are charged automatically. Opening Opening is achieved by pressing the red mechanical trip pushbutton on the front or by energizing the trip coil via the integrated overcurrent protection relay or via a remote trip signal. The load break switch is provided with an anti-reflex mechanism. This means that opening is not possible during the closing movement and until 3s after contact touch of the switch. Closing on a fault, resulting in a short-circuit current, cannot result in an attempt of the load break switch to interrupt this short-circuit current. A load break switch is designed for interrupting load currents and not for interrupting short-circuits currents.

Xiria RMU Remote control


Hand operated load break switches and circuit breakers can be provided with remote control, when selected remote ON-OFF operation of the vacuum interrupter in service position can be achieved, all remote control options are described in the standard wiring diagram R34S30291. They can be selected as follows: Remote signaling The vacuum interrupter and the change-over switch are provided with auxiliary contacts (Q1 and Q2), wired to the front terminal strip (X1). Additional remote signaling of the optional trip indicator (H1) on the circuit breaker or the optional short circuit indicator on the load break switch (H1) can be selected separately. Remote tripping load break switch The load break switch panel will be provided with a 24V DC trip coil (Y2) and with the remote signaling contacts (Q1 and Q2) as described above. An electronic controller (K7) checks the position of the vacuum interrupter and the change-over switch. The selector switch (S4) must be in the middle position for correct operation of the remote trip function. Remote tripping circuit-breaker When the remote tripping of the circuit-breaker is selected, the existing 24V DC trip coil from the protection circuit (Y2) will be used for remote tripping. For this purpose a selector unit (K8) is mounted. The circuit-breaker panel is also provided with the remote signaling contacts (Q1 and Q2) as described above. An electronic controller (K7) checks the position of the vacuum interrupter and the change-over switch. The selector switch (S4) must be in the middle position for operation of the remote trip function.

Remote operation A panel with remote operation is provided with the auxiliary contacts and the trip coil as described above and additional a closing motor (M1) is mounted. To avoid inserting an operating handle during the closing operation, a blocking coil (Y1) is placed in the mechanism. The selector switch (S4) must also be in the middle position for correct operation of the remote operation. Simple tripping circuit-breaker A circuit breaker can also be provided with a simple remote trip function by using the existing protection trip coil (Y2) for remote tripping. For this purpose a selector/timer unit (K8) is mounted. Only 24 V DC can be applied for this function. Auxiliary power supply The auxiliary power supply for the remote tripping and operation is 24 V DC. When a different voltage is used, each panel can be provided with an additional voltage converter (U10). Manual operation Manual operation of the switchgear is achieved with one operating handle, which is inserted in the access holes on the front. Placing the handle in the left hole and turning it clockwise will close the vacuum interrupter. Placing it in the right hole and turning it clockwise will move the change-over switch from the Busbar position to the earthed position. Turning the handle anti-clockwise it will move the change-over switch from the earthed position to the Busbar position.

Xiria RMU Operating Conditions


Temperature The standard service conditions for indoor type switchgear are described in IEC 62271-1. The Xiria system complies with this specification in the class "minus 25 indoor". Ambient temperatures may vary between -25 and +40 C., however higher maximum temperatures are allowed when the maximum load current is derated as follows: Ambient 40C 45C 50C 55C 24h avg. 35C 40C 45C 50C LBS (A) 630 605 577 555 CB (A) 200 or 500 200 or 500 200 or 500 200 or 500

Degree of protection The standard degrees of protection for indoor type switchgear are described in IEC 62271-1. The primary enclosure with the vacuum interrupters, the mechanisms and the change-over switches is ambient proof with conditioned dry air inside. This enclosure is sealed for life (> 25 yr) against the penetration of moist and dust. The outside enclosure, the cable compartments and the operating front have a protection degree of IP31D under normal service conditions. When the top or front covers are opened the protection degree is IP2X. Height The switchgear is designed for operation under "normal service conditions" in accordance with IEC 62271-1. This means that the switchgear should not be installed in areas higher than 1000 meters. For application in areas above this height, the test voltage has to be increased as laid down in IEC 60072-2.

Xiria RMU Electric Details


Rated voltage Rated frequency Operating temperature Power supply Interface Indication Arrow Indication Dot No indication 3 kV ... 36 kV (rated voltage of the switch gear) 50 Hz -25C...+55C (according to the operating temperature of switchgear) generated by the voltage to be tested LRM-System for every phase Means Voltage present. The display appears in the range of 0, 1...0, 45 Un. Means that the current flowing through the detecting system fulfills the requirements for integrated voltage detecting systems (VDS) of VDE 0682 part 415. This constant monitoring makes a maintenance test not necessary. All the symbols are turned off in the switchgear condition with all-poles switched off/ disconnected

Xiria RMU Technical Data

Changing the voltage When a switchboard is originally ordered for a lower voltage than 24 kV and it will be used for 24 kV in future, it must be manufactured, tested and delivered according to the 24 kV design. A switchboard can only be used for 24 kV when "24 kV" is mentioned on the rating plates. 24 kV-switchboards can be used for 12 kV without restrictions, only the maximum short circuit capacity will be limited to 16 kA instead of 20 kA.

Xiria RMU Standards


Xiria complies with IEC62271-1 IEC62271-100 IEC62271-102 IEC62271-103 the following international standards Common specifications for high-voltage switchgear and control gear standards High-voltage alternating-current circuit-breakers Alternating current disconnector and Earthing switches High-voltage switches A.C. metal-enclosed switchgear and control gear for rated voltages above 1 kV IEC62271-200 and up to and including 52 kV Additional requirements for enclosed switchgear and control gear from 1 kV to IEC62271-304 72.5 kV to be used in severe climatic conditions IEC60529 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures IEC60044-1 Instrument transformers - Part 1: Current transformers IEC60044-2 Instrument transformers - Part 2: Inductive voltage transformers EN50181 Plug-in type bushings above 1 kV up to 36 kV ISO 9001-2000 Quality ISO 14001 Environmental management

Xiria RMU Dimensions and weights


Lifting Lifting of a 2-panel unit can be done with a single lifting eyebolt on top of the unit. The 3-, 4- and 5 panel units have a steel lifting profile with two holes on top of the unit. The lifting eyebolt or profiles must not be removed because they are part of the fixation of the top cover.

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Cast Resin and Dry Type Transformers

The Cast Resin and Dry Type Transformers have reached a high reliability due to the latest technical progress. 1. General Characteristics: Reduced dimensions. Humidity and adverse environment proof (pollution). Flame redundant and self-extinguishing. Almost no maintenance needed (no liquids to contaminate, break down, leak, explode, or bum) High short time overloads capability. Very low sound levels. No partial discharge (PD). Installed in same room of circuit breakers. No necessity of low tank for the oil. Possibility for forced air cooling to increase transformers capacity. Possibility to be assembled on site. High mechanical withstand capability to resist power surges and short circuits. No special authorization for the transport as for liquid filled transformer. 2. Applications: Due to the fact that the HV windings are totally cast, the Cast Resin transformers are entirely moisture, dust and destructive elements (by pollution) resistant, therefore; they dont need the air conditioning in their substation and they are maintenance free. According to these features, this kind of transformer is suitable for particular industrial applications as: foundries, rolling mills, refineries, mines, offshore platforms and tube railways. Since those materials are flame resistant and self-extinguishing, the cast resin transformers are particularly suitable for special applications as: hospitals, banks, sky-scrapers, and commercial buildings. 3. Production Range: Distribution cast resin and dry type transformers rating up to 3.6 MVA and voltage up to 22 KV. 4. Components' Analysis:

Cast Resin Transformer:


Core: The core is made of cold rolled oriented grain steel with low specific losses, insulated on both sides by a thin inorganic coating. The sheets composing the core are cut at 45 degrees. Uniform pressing, stiffness and solidity of the columns assure a low noise level and to guarantee high sturdiness to short-circuit stresses. LV windings: The low voltage windings are made of strip or foil (Copper or Aluminum conductor depending upon power and voltage requirements). Insulating material is used.

HV windings: The high voltage windings are made of electrolytic Copper super enameled conductors (wire or foil strip depending upon power and voltage requirements). It is possible to produce Aluminum windings. The windings are in globed under vacuum in epoxide resin depending on requirement. The accuracy of execution of these processes allows the obtainment of windings free from partial discharges. Standard Accessories: Raring and diagram plate. Earth terminal. Skid under base or truck with bi-directional rollers. Primary terminal. Secondary terminal lifting lugs. Temperature monitoring unit with display. Optional Accessories: Over current relay. Forced ventilation. Enclosure with IP 21, 23 or other protection class. Test: All transformers are singly tested with routine test, according to IEC 726 Standards. Upon request the following type tests can be carried out on customers request: Temperature rise test Full wave impulse test

Dry Type Transformers:


Core: The core is made of cold rolled oriented grain steel with low specific losses, insulated on both sides by a thin inorganic coating. The sheets composing the core are cut at 45 degrees. Uniform pressing, stiffness and solidity of the columns assure a low n01se level and to guarantee high sturdiness to short-circuit stress. LV windings: The low voltage windings are made of copper strip/foil. This modern technology assures an excellent resistance to electrodynamics stresses. The insulation between windings is obtained by using a suitable class of materials. HV windings: The high voltage windings are realized by disc or layers depending on the feeding voltage and transformer power. The copper conductor is Nomex/Fiberglass insulated. Adequate axial channels between the layers of windings grant a uniform cooling. There is high insulation material between low voltage and high voltage coils as well as; insulation between low voltage and core. All the windings are dried in an oven and impregnated under vacuum by using insulating varnishes.

Standard Accessories: Rating and diagram plate. Earth terminal Skid under base Bi-directional rollers Primary terminal Secondary terminal Lifting lugs Temperature monitoring unit with display. Optional Accessories: Over current relay. Forced ventilation system. Enclosure with IP 21, 23 or other protection class. Test: All transformers are singly tested with routine test, according to IEC 726 Standards. Upon request the following type tests can be carried out on customers request: Temperature rise test Full wave impulse test Technical Drawings:

Technical Data Tables

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Eatons Cutler-Hammer Busway

Conductor/Insulation System Bus bars are fabricated from high strength, 98% conductivity copper or 55% conductivity aluminum. The joint edge of each Busway conductor bar is beveled while the Pow-R-Bridge conductor bars have full rounded edges. This makes for a smooth and easy connection between the Busway and Pow-RBridge joint. The phase and neutral bars are insulated with Class B 130C epoxy insulation. The epoxy powder is applied by an automated fluidized bed process to ensure uniform thickness. The epoxy powder is applied over the full length of the preheated bar except for the joint and plug-in contact surfaces. After the powder has been fused to the bus bar, the bars enter an oven to cure. This process ensures that all of the epoxy powder cross links and hardens to the bus bar. Fluidized bed applied epoxy provides resistance to water absorption and chemical erosion. Epoxy has outstanding heat transfer characteristics and is ideally suited for sandwich bus applications. The uniform thickness and smooth surface provided by epoxy ensures that the insulation will have no cavities or voids and also provides excellent edge coverage to the bars. Epoxy has excellent dielectric strength, is flame retardant and resists impacts that other Class B insulating material could not withstand. Bus bars for plug-in applications have full-sized welded conductor tabs at the contact location points of the plug-in outlet. The tabs are of the same thickness as the conductor bars. The plug-in conductor tabs extend into the plug-in outlet, maintaining a true sandwich design throughout the entire Busway length. The result is improved heat dissipation, better bracing and elimination of the need to separate, or flare, the conductor bars at the plug-in opening. Maintaining a true sandwich design also eliminates potential pathways for the propagation of flame, smoke and gas through the Busway housing, commonly referred to as the chimney effect. Silver-plating is applied to all joint and contact surfaces after the fluidized bed epoxy is applied. Aluminum bus bars are silver-plated by the Alstan 88C process. Copper bus bars are plated with silver by a flashing process. The silver-plating of the conductor tabs provides an extremely durable contact surface for the spring loaded connections of bus plug stab assemblies. Housing Details Pow-R-Way III is constructed with rugged two-piece extruded aluminum housing. There are no seams or welds across the top or bottom sides of the housing. The housing is bolted along the bottom sides below the bus bars with high tensile strength zinc-plated hardware. No fastening bolts or screws penetrate the housing or enter the bus bar package. Pow-R-Way III achieves the highest 6-cycle short circuit withstand ratings available in the industry today. The non-magnetic, all-aluminum housing provides for excellent heat dissipation and a significant reduction in reactance and magnetic flux leakage as compared to a steel or steel and aluminum combination housing. The integrity and strength of the housing ensures specifies and users of a safe and durable installation over a broad spectrum of industrial and commercial applications. A protective finish of ANSI 61, epoxy powder paint is applied by an automated electrostatic process. Integral Ground The two-piece, extruded aluminum housing is designed, manufactured and UL listed as a 50% integral ground path (integral earth) and is fully fault rated. The system ground continuity is maintained through each joint by the ground path end blocks, ground path plates and joint covers. The aluminum joint covers are furnished with ground path contact surfaces on the inside of each end. When the covers are installed, the contact surfaces are bolted directly to the ground path end blocks with four 3/8-16 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) hex bolts per cover. A highly visible label is furnished on each joint cover to alert the installer that the covers must be properly installed to maintain the ground path. The result is a 50% ground path that ensures ground continuity with very low resistance characteristics. Internal Ground Pow-R-Way III offers a 50% ground bus (copper or aluminum) that is internal to the Busway.

Isolated Ground Option To meet the growing demand for grounding isolation, Pow-R-Way III offers a 50% isolated ground bus that is insulated and internal to the Busway. This option is available for application to operations with heavy microprocessor-based loads or large computer installations where grounding isolation is essential.

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Low Voltage MDB Panel xEnergy

LV xEnergy Panel Introduction


We are highly appreciate to submit you our technical offer of your project where its overview focusing on technical specification about our products which are Eaton Moeller - made in Germany, as per as in your technical specifications and your drawings

Type-tested switchgear and controlgear system up to 5000 Amp


The Eaton xEnergy System XEnergy, the proven, freely combinable system range on offer from Eaton stands for energy distribution especially for building infrastructure up to 5000 A. Eaton supplies an intelligent system platform from a single source for switchgear and protective devices which the panel builder can individually engineer and quickly build - and which is easy to handle. The Eaton xEnergy system - consisting of switchgear and protective devices, system installation technology and control panel plus planning and calculation tools - is ideally suited to meet the needs of safe energy distribution, the consistent implementation of a common platform design achieves a level of flexibility which allows to optimally use xEnergy. Individual projects, regardless of whether for functional buildings or office and industrial building infrastructure, can be implemented quickly and efficiently. So our customers not only save on time, money and space, but they also put their trust on the tried and tested safety and security from Eaton. Reliability, safety and economic efficiency The proven xEnergy system range from Eaton forms a technical and economic unit comprised of switchgear and protective equipment, the respective system installation technology and the panel components. Short mounting time requirements and high levels of flexibility are required for optimum mechanical adaptation of the control panel components to Eaton switchgear. The type test of the complete unit consisting of switchgear, system installation technology and control panel to IEC/EN 61439 standard also ensures a high level of safety. This modular system can be extended so as to cope with increased demands within minutes. Type-tested quality Eaton is certified to DIN ISO 9001.You can rely on the type-tested products from Eaton. With xEnergy, Eaton relies on a modular system that is made up of made-to-measure construction-tested function modules conforming to IEC/EN 61439.The system modules - available from form 1 to form 4 are designed to suit local installation practices (DIN VDE, CEI, NF, UNE).To put it briefly, Eaton has tested the respective degree of protection up to 5000 A for all relevant switchgear combinations.

Quick, easy and flexible Eaton supplies the entire range as flatpack, functionally packaged in modules, or as a pre-assembled cabinet if requested by the customer. Short delivery times are assured with xEnergy. This way you are ready to go and can react in the shortest time possible to requests and special demands of your customers. Easy configuration and ordering using special tools to generate parts lists Fast delivery ex-stock with lean logistics processes Easy handling of spare parts thanks to practical packaging units Safe and time-saving mounting based on Eaton assembly instructions Flexible sale of safety-tested low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies (TTA/PTTA)

The xEnergy system range is optimized for installation of internationally available Eaton switchgear and protective devices and is rounded off by a range of configuration and planning tools from Eaton providing a suitable power distribution tool for each project phase. Service Eaton offers you the opportunity to use our Technical Support that will help with words and deeds. For new customers, Eaton offers the chance to get trained by one of our qualified support team members for setting up type-tested xEnergy switchgear systems on their own premises. The advantage of this opportunity is that the setup and assembly of the first xEnergy switchgear system can be realized directly with the customer which allows us to show how to optimally organize the work flow for this purpose. In addition, you can get help from the Field Service by calling us at 012-22200205 Do you still have questions regarding the product, its functionality or the range of applications? Then dont hesitate to contact us at mohamed.ismail@barkouky.com.eg

TTA, Type tests and regulations for building and testing


Type tests XEnergy sections are TTA type-tested low-voltage switchgear assemblies conforming to IEC/EN 604391.Type testing have been performed in a certified test laboratory. The sections with the components installed in accordance with the stipulations (relating to switchgear and xEnergy kits) in this catalogue conform to the requirements of the following type tests: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Short-circuit rating Temperature-rise limit Effectiveness of the protective conductor Clearances and creepage distances Insulation resistance Mechanical function Degree of protection Deviations in the versions of xEnergy sections in the following areas lead to a change in the properties of the type-tested sections: Components installed Dimensions Modifications in the following areas are inadmissible: Short-circuit rating Heating-up Clearances and creepage distances Degree of protection Arcing chambers of the switchgear Etc.

Regulations for building and testing Manufacturer of the xEnergy power distribution system is the panel builder -according to the IEC/EN 61439 standard. During construction and assembly of the power distribution system he has to observe the assembly manuals and installation instructions of Eaton being the system supplier. The power distribution system is to be implemented by the panel builder in accordance with the IEC/EN 61439 standard. All details concerning current derating and short-circuit ratings must always be taken into account when designing and dimensioning the switchgear system. Routine tests are to be carried out and recorded in writing by the panel builder for the following areas: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protective measures Insulation Electrical function Wiring

xEnergy make way for progress by integrating innovation


XEnergy product features 1. Enclosures for side-by-side and stand-alone cabinets 2. Degree of protection IP31 or IP55 3. Main Busbar up to 5000 A 4. 2 Main Busbar systems are possible in each section 5. Clear separations from form 1 to form 4b to provide better protection 6. Widths of 425, 600, 800, 1000, 1100, 1200 and 1350 mm 7. Height 2000 mm 8. Color RAL 7035 (other colors upon request) 9. Network types TN-C,TN-C-S,TN-S,TT, IT 10. Construction-tested switchgear assemblies (TTA) in accordance with IEC/EN 61439 11. Optimized for 3 and 4 pole switchgear from Eaton IZM and NZM circuit breakers for xEnergy - Power sections 1. The clear and symmetrical design reduces the number of Busbar connections and saves mounting time 2. Easy installation with cable termination system for drill-free connection in section width NZM and PKZ circuit breakers for xEnergy Fixed sections 1. High packing factor with up to a maximum of 38 modules in one section, and optimum device utilization at the same time 2. Flexible module installation in form 4 with front blinds that can be individually turned 3. Easy module installation in form 2 on one mounting level 4. Multi-flexible combination options of the functional areas and Busbar in accordance with IEC/EN 61439 and country-specific installation practices

XP = Power sections
Incoming supplies, outgoers and couplings up to 5000 A 1. Cable connection from the top and bottom 2. Busbar positions rear-mounted - bottom/top mounted or running under the top panel 3. Section height 2000 mm / section depth 400/600/800/1000 (1000 = 800+200) mm Internal separations up to Form 4 Air circuit breakers IZM 20 up to 63 1. Widths of 425/600/800/1000/1100/1200/1350 mm 2. Fixed or Withdrawable 3. 3 or 4 poles 4. With a second Busbar suitable as a coupling section 5. 630 - 5000 A 6. Form 4 7. IP31, IP55 with IZM-XDT protective cover 8. To be operated from outside 9. Suitable for switchgear with remote operation 10. Suitable for drill-free cable connection, can be installed at the top or bottom Compact circuit breakers NZM3/4 in Form 4 1. Widths of 425/600/800 mm 2. Fixed or Withdrawable 3. 3 or 4 poles 4. With a second Busbar suitable as a coupling section 5. 250 - 630 A (NZM3) 6. 630 - 1600 A (NZM4) 7. Form 4 8. IP31/55 9. To be operated from outside 10. Installation of two switching devices in one section is possible 11. Suitable for switchgear with remote operation 12. Suitable for drill-free cable connection, can be installed at the top or bottom Compact circuit breakers NZM4 in Form 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Widths of 425/600/800 mm Fixed or Withdrawable 3 or 4 poles With a second Busbar suitable as a coupling section 630 - 1600 A Form 2 IP31/55 To be operated behind the door as high as the section Suitable for switchgear with remote operation Suitable for drill-free cable connection, can be installed at the top or bottom

XF = Outgoing sections - Fixed design


1. 2. 3. Outgoers with circuit breakers PKZ, NZM, FAZ, switch fuse units and fuse switch disconnector up to 630 A For Busbar positions at the rear - top/bottom or running under the top panel Section height 2000 mm / section depth 600/800 mm

Outgoing sections for outgoers up to 630 A in Form 2 1. Widths of 800/1000/1200 mm 2. Module widths of 425 and 600 mm 3. 3 or 4 poles 4. Form 2 5. IP31/55 6. Consistent mounting height of switchgear 7. Circuit breakers suitable for use with plug base 8. Suitable for switchgear with remote operation 9. Operation behind the door 10. Dropper bar to be selected from 800-1600 A 11. Single-wing section door up to 800/1000 mm, 2-wing door for 1200 mm 12. Separate set-up in 2 separate sections is possible, e.g. 600 mm/600 mm. Switchgear area/ cable connection area Outgoing sections for fixed outgoers up to 630 A in Form 4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Widths of 800/1000/1200 mm Module widths of 425 and 600 mm Each module comes with its own front panel 3 or 4 poles Form 4 IP31/55 Suitable for switchgear with remote operation Separate doors to switchgear area and connection area Transparent doors (glass doors) are possible Dropper bar to be selected from 800-1600 A Circuit breakers suitable for use with plug base - NZM3 with plug base ... in 800 mm deep sections Separate set-up in 2 separate sections is possible, e.g. 600 mm/600 mm. Switchgear area/cable connection area

Outgoing sections for fuse strips up to 630 A (SL) 1. Widths of 600/800/1000 mm 2. Vertical position of fuse strips 3. IP31/ IP55 with door in section height 4. Outgoers are possible downwards and upwards 5. Form 2 6. Operation from outside or behind the door

Outgoing sections for fuse strips up to 630 A with section dropper bar across two sections, up to 1600-3200 A (SL-I) 1. Widths of 600/800/1000 mm 2. Dropper bar to be selected from 1600-3200 A 3. Form 2 4. Vertical position of the fuse strips 5. IP31/ IP55 with door as high as the section 6. Outgoers are possible downwards and upwards 7. Up to 40% Cu saving 8. Operation from outside or behind the door 9. Quick and easy mounting of fuse strips thanks to double bar system Box solution 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Widths of 600/1000/1200 mm Module widths of 425/600 mm Each module comes with its own door to the switchgear area 3 or 4 poles Fixed or Withdrawable Suitable for switchgear with remote operation To be operated behind the door or with rotary door coupling handle Dropper bar to be selected from 800-1600 A Empty and module panels for the set-up of outgoers (RCD, FAZ ...) Form 4 IP31/55

XR = Outgoing sections - Removable design


Outgoing sections for switch fuse units (load disconnector units) up to 630 A (SSL) 1. Widths of 600/800/1000/1200 mm 2. Suitable for rear-mounted main Busbar HSS 3. Horizontal and vertical position of fuse switch disconnector strips is possible 4. Can be installed while energized (fuse strips) 5. IP31 6. Outgoers are possible downwards and upwards 7. Form 4 8. Operation from outside 9. Dropper bar selectable from 800-1600 A Plug-in module technology outgoing sections in Form 2 1. Widths of 800/1000/1200 mm 2. Module width 600 mm 3. Form 2 4. 3 or 4 poles 5. IP31/55 6. Consistently equal mounting height of the switchgear 7. Single-wing section door with 800/1000 mm, double-wing door with 1200 mm 8. Suitable for switchgear with remote operation 9. To be operated behind the door 10. Empty plug-in module for the incorporation of RCD, FAZ... 11. Dropper bar selectable from 800-1600 A 12. Separate set-up in 2 separate sections is possible, e.g. 600 mm/600 mm. Switchgear area/cable connection area

Plug-in module technology outgoing sections in Form 4 1. Widths of 800/1000/1200 mm 2. Module width 600 mm 3. Form 4 4. 3 or 4 poles 5. IP31/55 6. Each module comes with its own front panel 7. Separate doors to switchgear area and connection area 8. Transparent doors (glass doors) are possible 9. Empty plug-in module for the incorporation of RCD, FAZ ... 10. To be operated behind the door 11. Dropper bar to be selected from 800-1600 A 12. Separate set-up in 2 separate sections is possible, e.g. 600 mm/600 mm. Switchgear area/cable connection area

XW = Outgoing sections - Withdrawable design


Outgoing sections in fully withdrawable design 1. Widths of 1000/1200 mm 2. Section depths of 600/800/1000 mm 3. 3 or 4 poles 4. IP31/55 5. Maximum Short-circuit current ICW=80 kA 6. Drawers available: Power outgoers up to 630 A Direct starters from 0.06-132 kW Reverse starters from 0.06-132 kW Star-triangle starters from 5.5-110 kW 7. Rated current of dropper bar in=1000 or 2000 A / 3 or 4 poles 8. Shelf-boards can be mounted at individual heights, depending on the size of the modules 9. Maximum height of dropper bar available for accommodating equipment = 1875 mm 10. Cable connection area fully sealed off from the switchgear area, main Busbar area and dropper bar area 11. Dropper Busbar fully sealed off at the front through self-locking shutters 12. Outgoers from 132 to 250 kW are executed as fixed design solutions

XG = Empty sections for general installation units


Empty sections for individual mounting units 1. Fitting systems for devices for modular installation ((IVS, EP, Profit+ ...) 2. Individual, fixed mounting units on mounting plates 3. Section height 2000 mm 4. Section depths of 400/600/800 mm 5. Section widths of 425/600/800/850/1000/1100/1200/1350 mm 6. IP31/55 7. Control technology - suitable for installation of mounting plates as high as the section or of split ones

xEnergy Technical Data


Standards/regulations Ambient temperature Relative humidity Protective measure Degree of protection (1) Rated insulation voltage Ui Rated voltage Ue Insulation coordination Insulation voltage Uimp Overvoltage category Degree of pollution Rated frequency Busbar rated current Ie Busbar rated short-time withstand current IDW Busbar rated peak withstand current Ipk Sheet thickness Metal surfaces Color Lock mechanism On-site installation conditions Dimensions Rear Busbar up to 5000 A Top Busbar up to 3200 A IEC/EN 60439-1 -5 up to +40, +35 (24h average value) 50 at 40C Protection class I, protective conductor connection IP31, IP55 according to IEC/EN 60529 IK10 1000 690 III/3 8 IV 3 40-60 Up to 5000 up to 100 (1s) Up to 220 Door and frame = 2, rear, side and top panels = 1.5 Electro-galvanized, powder-coated RAL 7035 light-grey Espagnolette lock with 2 or 4 point locking and turn-lock 3 mm two-way key bit Indoor installation according to IEC/EN 60439 Width: 425 1350 Height: 2000 (optional 100 or 200 mm with plinth) Depth: 400, 600, 800, 1000

C %

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(1) The degree of protection of the fitted components - depending on the specifications given in the components catalogue must be taken into account.

Software Tools
Networked expertise, know-how as a competitive edge Eaton also offers a comprehensive set of tools, the software tools for planning; documentation and calculation provide support not only for planners, but also for panel builders and installation technicians. The special Eaton Toolbox is perfectly designed for this purpose: it includes the tools for network calculations, configuration, quotations, and engineering and ordering, Using Eaton tools, which have the system specific data already built-in, means that you can work faster and more efficiently. XSpider This is a graphic-based draft system for dimensioning low-voltage networks equipped with Eaton protective switchgear, XSpider is available as a free download, and the software includes a database with all protective switchgear (MCBs, MCCBs, ACBs, fuses, motor starters). Configurator for xEnergy The Configurator for xEnergy software tool helps you to configure the required xEnergy switchgear combination. It allows you to set up your quotations and to generate an accurate parts list in no time at all, at the push of a button.

6.

Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)

General Description Eatons automatic transfer switches are reliable, rugged, versatile and compact assemblies for transferring essential loads and electrical distribution systems from one power source to another. Transfer switches are normally supplied in stand-alone enclosures. Eaton has the capability to integrate transfer switches into other Eaton distribution assemblies. See the following table for a list of integrated solutions. Design Description A transfer switch is a critical component of any emergency or standby power system. When the normal (preferred) source of power is lost, a transfer switch quickly and safely shifts the load circuit from the normal source of power to the emergency (alternate) source of power. This permits critical loads to continue running with minimal or no outage. After the normal source of power has been restored, the retransfer process returns the load circuit to the normal power source the three basic components of a typical transfer switch are: 1. Power switching device to shift the load circuits to and from the power source. 2. Transfer Logic Controller to monitor the condition of the power sources and provide the control signals to the power switching device and initiate the back generator startup. 3. Control power source to supply operational power to the controller and switching device. All Eaton transfer switches are designed to meet the requirements set forth by UL 1008 and are 100% rated switches. Eaton builds contactor based design switches, molded-case switch (or breaker-based) design switches, and Magnum power-case switch design switches. Transfer Switch Types Although an automatic transfer is the most common type of transfer, transfer switches have the following types. Switch Types Manual transfer: This type of transfer is a non-automatic transfer switch manually initiated and manually operated. There is no motor operator or solenoid to initiate the transfer. The operator needs to open the enclosure door and operate the manual handle. Manual transfer is available only on a breaker-based design. Service entrance ratings are not available on manual transfer breaker-based designs. Non-automatic transfer: This type of transfer is manually initiated, but electrically operated via the solenoid in a contactor-based design and the motor operator in a breaker-based design. Automatic transfer: This type of transfer takes place automatically per the programmable settings in the ATS controller. The ATS controller senses source availability and when the programmed conditions are met, initiates a command to start the transfer including the generator start command (when transferring from a utility to a generator source). An automatic transfer switch can be configured to perform a utility-to-utility transfer or a generator-to-generator transfer (provided the ATS controller has this capability).

Bypass isolation transfer switch: This type of transfer switch includes an automatic transfer switch and also includes the bypass switch that allows the capability to transfer the load to the bypass switch without interrupting the power. Maintenance bypass transfer switch: A maintenance bypass transfer switch is a manually (manually initiated and electrically operated) initiated transfer switch used for specific applications for a UPS. Soft load transfer switch: This is an automatic closed transition transfer switch with active control of the generator voltage and governor frequency from the transfer switch controller. Mounting Type Fixed-mount switch: Most transfer switches use a fixed-mounted power device. For contactor-based designs and breaker-based designs, the transfer switch contactor or molded case switch is a fixedmounted design. Individual switching devices may not be removed from the circuit without breaking hard connections to bus bars. Drawout mount switch: Both contactor-based and Magnum-based transfer switches have optional Drawout capability. Magnum ATSs have optional Drawout of both Source 1 and Source 2 Magnum power case switch and breaker. Bypass isolation switches have Drawout ATS switches. In addition the bypass isolation contactor design has an optional dual Drawout design. Magnum bypass isolation transfer switches are supplied as standard with Drawout of all the power-case switches. Transition Type Open transition: This is a break before make transfer. There is a definite break in power as the loads taken off one source and connected to the other source. Open in-phase transition: This is a break before make transfer. There is a definite break in power as the load is taken off one source and connected to the other source. The ATS controller allows the transfer only when the phase difference between the two sources is near zero. The two position transfer switch is closed on Source 1 or closed on Source 2. Delayed transition: This is a break before make or open transition that also has a center off or neutral position with a programmable time delay setting for the neutral position. The three position transfer switch is either closed on Source 1, closed on Source 2, or in a center off, neutral position (not closed on either source). Delayed transition with load voltage decay: This is a delayed transition with the optional feature to delay in the neutral position to point where the load voltage decays to a programmable voltage level, when the load voltage level reaches the programmable set point, the transfer from the neutral position initiates. Closed transition: This is a make before break transfer. Both sources are connected to the load for less than 100ms before the break occurs. The two power sources have to be in synchronism and be good sources for the transfer to take place. These programmable settings for relative phase angle difference, frequency and voltage difference are made in the ATS controller. Soft load transition: This is a closed transition type transfer with the soft load ATS controller having the ability to take active control of the generator voltage and frequency. This control is used to synchronize the generator source to the utility source.

7.

Uninterruptible power system (UPS)

UPS Introduction and overview


The Eaton 9390 uninterruptible power system (UPS) 40-160 kVA of Powerware series is a double-conversion UPS that resolves all utility power problems and supplies clean, continuous, uninterruptible power to connected equipment. Whether youre selecting a UPS for a branch office, manufacturing floor, medical facility or data centre, theres a 9390 model that delivers just the right combination of performance and price for your needs.

Eaton UPS Benefits


Enhanced power performance 1. Double-conversion design for highest power protection 2. Wide voltage range offering 3. The UPS is optimized for protecting modern 0.9 P.F. - rated IT equipment 4. Low input ITHD enhances compatibility with extended back Power sources (generators) Outstanding efficiency and cost savings 1. High efficiency ratings in double-conversion mode lower utility costs substantially 2. Innovative Energy Saving System (ESS) technology enables UPS to achieve an impressive efficiency of 99 percent 3. Low total cost of ownership and lifecycle carbon footprint 4. Low transportation and installation costs with the small footprint and weight 5. Reduction in energy consumption during testing with Easy Capacity Test (ECT) technology Highest reliability and availability 1. Powerware Hot Sync paralleling technology erases single point of failure in parallel systems. Hot Sync systems are capable of paralleling for both redundancy and capacity 2. Superior battery management with ABM technology 3. Scalable architecture adapts to match your power requirements Robust manageability 1. Superior control of networked UPSs with innovative Intelligent Power Manager software tool 2. Connectivity options are available to suit virtually any communication requirement, from standard serial communications to secure remote monitoring over the web Customized solutions 1. Customized systems to meet different customer and market requirements 2. A range of service agreement options can be easily customized for customers needs and budget Key applications 1. Data centers 2. Financial services 3. Building management 4. Telecommunications 5. Industrial automation equipment

Enhanced power performance


Double-conversion design for highest power protection Unlike some other commercially available UPS technologies, the double conversion design used in the 9390 completely isolates output power from input power anomalies and delivers 100-percent conditioned, perfect sine wave output, regulating both voltage and frequency. Even when presented with the most severe power disturbances, power output remains stable. Enhanced power performance Power performance, which is measured by system efficiency, ITHD, input and output power factor is the foundation of the 9390. In the standard double-conversion mode, the 9390 delivers efficiency of up to 94 percent. This high level of power performance is enabled by modern transformer-free technology that incorporates small, lightweight filter inductors, high performance IGBTs in both rectifier and inverter, and an advanced control algorithm. Thanks to the IGBT technology, the 9390 does not require input filters to obtain excellent input ITHD. Due to its low input ITHD (below 4.5 percent at full load) and high input power factor (over 0.99), the 9390 is exceptionally compatible with diverse power sources, especially generators. The 9390 is also extremely mains friendly due to its low harmonic content. The 9390 UPS is optimized for 0.9 P.F., meaning you get more real power for your money. On the output side the 9390 can provide its full power capability, as it supports leading power factor loads, which are becoming more prevalent in new and updated data centers. The 9390 UPS handles down to 0.8 leading power factor of modern computer and server loads. Consistent efficiency throughout the UPS loads range Many UPSs cite greater than 90 percent efficiency without mention of low or no load range. Todays average system operates at only 55 percent of its rated load or capacity range. However, efficiency is usually reduced in this lower load operating status. This is not the case with the 9390, which reaches optimal efficiency rates at less than half load - and maintains this optimal efficiency throughout the load range.

Outstanding efficiency and cost savings


Substantially improved efficiency with Energy Saver System Eatons innovative Energy Saver System (ESS) technology enables UPS efficiency to reach an impressive 99 percent. In the standard double-conversion mode the UPS operates as normal, supplying power through the power converters. With ESS the power converters are in ready state and the static bypass switch is used to safely provide mains current directly to the load. If mains power is lost or exceeds preset output limits, the DC link that is kept active enables a seamless switchover to double conversion in less than two milliseconds. While in ESS, the UPS is also able to detect whether a fault has been caused by a source or by a load. A fault at the bypass source results in immediate switchover to the inverter; a fault in the load keeps the UPS in ESS mode.

Highest reliability and availability


Powerware Hot Sync technology boosts power reliability Eatons Hot Sync technology is designed for parallel redundant N+1 systems to satisfy 24/7 applications. It can also be used in parallel capacity systems to enable customers with ever increasing load demands to take advantages of the scalability benefits it offers. Thanks to Hot Sync, up to seven equivalent 9390 modules can be paralleled for additional capacity or redundancy.

Accurate, equal load share is the number one characteristic that determines the integral quality and reliability of a parallel UPS system. With Hot Sync technology this is achieved without the need for communication between the UPSs thus no single point of failure is added when introducing parallel modules to a system. From an operational and economical viewpoint, the achieved close to perfect reliability brings clear savings in the long run, as every downtime incident is costly and might lead to unpredictable consequences. The two-module system shown in the picture below can be configured as 160 kVA N+1 redundant (320 kVA capacity with a tie cabinet).

The benefits of Hot Sync 1. Erases single point of failure 2. Systems are capable of paralleling for both redundancy and capacity 3. Ensures that each module is operating independently 4. No added circuitry or components are required for a standard UPS to be switched in to operate in parallel 5. A proven technology - thousands of systems are operating successfully around the world

ABM optimizes battery performance and service life


The ABM technology used in the 9390 UPS maximizes the health and service life of batteries: 1. ABM technology uses a unique three-stage charging technique that significantly extends battery service life and optimizes recharge time compared to traditional trickle charging. 2. Temperature-compensated charging monitors battery temperature and adjusts the charge rate accordingly, which properly charges the battery and greatly extends battery life. 3. An integrated battery management system tests and monitors battery health and remaining lifetime, providing user notifications to guide preventive maintenance.

Easy Capacity Test reduces costs


The 9390 has the unique ability to test its entire power train under full load stress without the requirement of an external load thanks to Easy Capacity Test (ECT). With no load connected, the 9390 is able to test all of its power handling components, including the rectifier, inverter, contactors, fuses, power busses, cabling, batteries, bypass (static switch), magnetics and filter capacitors. Furthermore, the 9390 has the ability to test the upstream bypass input breaker (BIB), the rectifier input breaker (RIB) and all of the electrical cables between them. The net result of this innovative load test is that there are no load banks to rent, no temporary load connections to make, no wasted energy, thus saving you time and money during startup and commissioning tests. Eaton field technicians are trained to use this load testing capability during a startup service to ensure optimum calibration, maximum efficiency and inherent redundancy.

Cost-effective design
The 9390 offers the smallest footprint of any UPS in its class 10 to 35 percent smaller than competing units. With a transformer free design, the Eaton 9390 UPS meets or exceeds virtually all floor loading standards, and its low weight means units can be moved without heavy lifting equipment and will fit in all standard freight elevators. Cabling can enter the UPS from either the top or bottom of the cabinet to provide easier and flexible installation. The 9390 provides front-panel access for all services and operation, increasing serviceability and reducing mean time to repair (MTTR). And since the compact, frontaccessible 9390 cabinet can be installed against back and side walls, you have more location options, installation and service is fast and easy, deployment cost is lower, and you save valuable floor space.

External battery cabinets


Eaton offers two versions of battery cabinets, which line up and match with the 9390 cabinet design, each offering a wide array of runtimes. 1. Daisy chain cabinets together for extended runtimes 2. Remote configurations are available 3. Front-access-only design and top/bottom cable entry provides installation flexibility and enhances servicing 4. Optional temperature-compensated charging is available

Robust manageability
Enhanced communication capabilities The 9390 UPS is equipped with a variety of standard communications features for network connectivity and remote management applications, including: 1. RS-232 serial port 2. Four X-Slot communication bays 3. Relay output contacts 4. Two programmable signal inputs 5. Remote emergency power-off (REPO)

Easy network connectivity and monitoring

The Connect UPS-X Web/SNMP X-Slot card connects the 9390 directly to an Ethernet network and the Internet and enables graceful shutdown of multiple computers over the network. The Connect UPS-X Web/SNMP also features a three-port switching hub. Environmental Monitoring Probe The Environmental Monitoring Probe (EMP) works with the 9390 and Connect UPS-X card to remotely monitor ambient temperature and relative humidity of the remote environment. The EMP can also be configured to provide the status of two additional contact devices such as smoke detectors or open-door sensors. Modbus card The Modbus card is an X-Slot device that allows continuous, real time monitoring of the 9390 through a Building Management System (BMS) or industrial automation system. Relay interface cards The X-Slot relay interface card provides four programmable isolated dry contact Form-C relay outputs (default setting: utility failure, low battery, UPS alarm/OK, on bypass) and one input. NetWatch NetWatch is a shutdown agent for the Connect UPS Web/SNMP card. It is a very compact piece of software, but still features powerful configuration options for shutdown actions, timings and user notification. LanSafe LanSafe is a network shutdown software product that currently supports up to 20 operating systems. It ensures controlled sequential shutdown of the whole network across platforms in case of a prolonged power failure. LanSafe allows the shutdown of up to 64 computers protected by a single UPS. Intelligent Power Manager Intelligent Power Manager is a software tool for managing networked UPS and PDU systems more easily and at lower cost than the major NMS platforms, and is dedicated to power management functions. Administrators have an overall, consolidated view of the main operating parameters of all UPS systems. The web-based interface is intuitive and easy to use, while also offering high configurability and powerful features. Intelligent Power Manager centralizes alarm management. It can collate several events into a single message and deliver the message via email or SMS. Intelligent Power Manager is very easy and fast to install. Once running, the software discovers manageable power devices automatically and is operational in just a few seconds. A version of Intelligent Power Manager limited to 10 monitored devices is available free with each networked Eaton UPS.

Customized Solutions
Eaton is experienced in delivering solutions for the most demanding applications. As an example, marine UPSs have special dependability requirements due to the harsh operational conditions they have to withstand and the critical nature of the equipment they protect. Eaton has supplied marine UPSs to hundreds of vessels over the years.

The 9390 has been also tested and certified for use in medical imaging system applications by all major suppliers of X-ray, MRI and CT machines. Eaton offers 9390 based customized systems for different markets, including: 1. Marine/offshore 2. Healthcare/medical 3. Oil & Gas 4. Rail & Track/underground/traffic/tunnel/mines 5. Aviation 6. Industrial applications 7. Defense/military 8. Emergency lighting

Expertise and reliability through Eaton service


Eaton provides an extensive technical support network to cover the power protection needs of our customers. We offer a number of distinct service packages to match different types of maintenance needs and budgets. Whichever package you choose, you can rest assured that it will deliver power security and reliability to keep your core business running.

EATON 9390 UPS TECHNICAL SPECS

Standard UPS

Premium power performance


Double conversion provides the highest level of protection available by isolating the output power from all input anomalies. 1. With a transformer-free design and sophisticated sensing and control circuitry the 9390 UPS delivers an efficiency of up to 94%. 2. Active power factor correction (PFC) provides unbeatable 0,99 input power factor and less than 4,5 percent ITHD, thus eliminating interference with other critical equipment in the same network and enhancing compatibility with generators. 3. The UPS is optimized for protecting modern 0,9 P.F. rated IT equipment without the need to oversize.

ABM Technology
Superior battery management Battery service life is a major contributor to UPS reliability. Since batteries are electrochemical devices, their performance gradually decreases over time. Premature wear-out means higher costs in terms of replacement labor and shorter service cycle. A worn battery entails a risk of unexpected load loss. In normal UPS operation, backup power is needed only occasionally and the battery wearing rate depends strongly on how the full charge is being maintained. Excess charging is detrimental under any operating circumstances. Significant extension of battery life Eaton has created ABM technology to extend the life of valve regulated lead-acid batteries by applying sophisticated logic to the charging regime. Using the traditional trickle charge method, batteries become subject to electrode corrosion and electrolyte dry-out, especially in standby service use due to continuous float charging. ABM is essentially an addition of intelligence to the charging routine by preventing unnecessary charging, thus significantly retarding wear-out. ABM provides an additional feature for monitoring battery condition and advance warning about the end of battery life upon detection of a weak battery. It also optimizes the recharge time, which is advantageous when there may be consecutive power outages within a short period. ABM has been used for over 15 years in our UPSs ranging from 1 to 160 kVA and User benefits is now applied in UPSs up to 1100 kVA. User benefits 1. Predictive and automatic diagnostics of battery health 2. Significant extension of battery life compared to traditional charging method 3. Optimization of battery recharging time with dual mode charging method 4. Automatic battery charge voltage compensation within 0 to +50C temperature range ABM cycle and operation how does it work? The basic idea of ABM is to leave a fully charged battery in rest mode for most of the time, and then apply charge current only at certain intervals. Initially, in order to charge up a fully or partly discharged battery, the charger starts at a constant current appropriate for the battery type used. When the battery voltage reaches a set level, the operation is changed to float mode using a constant but lower voltage, thus providing an optimum recharge time. The battery is kept at this voltage for 24 hours until it comes to the first test point. This takes approximately one minute, and during this period voltage drop measurements are taken while loading the battery, giving an indication of battery condition. The float charging is continued for an additional 24 hours, plus a period equal to 1.5 Battery voltages during ABM charging process. Times the constant current charging time, before the rest mode is initiated, At this point, charging is discontinued for a maximum of 28 days as if the batteries were disconnected. During the first 10 days the battery voltage is continuously monitored, and if it drops below 2.1 V/cell, the ABM restarts in charge mode and the user gets a notification of improper battery operation. If it drops below this limit after the 10-day period, charging is resumed without an alarm being raised. In short, the algorithm uses three charging stages in its operation. Thus, the batteries experience much less stress than in the case of traditional charging. A typical battery charging cycle without power interruptions is shown in the graph below.

CS Panel The CS enclosure from steel offers here absolute safety for individual enclosures or wall mounting and floor-standing distribution boards. IP standard 65. Wall mounting and floor-standing distribution. Motor Protective Circuit Breaker (PKE) The motor-protective circuit-breaker PKE provides the highest level of flexibility featuring a compact and modular design for motor currents up to 65 A. Power range: 0.09 to 34 KW. PROGRAMABLE LOGIC CONTROLER (XC200) The new XC200 series modular PLC offers high processing capacity and outstanding communication features. Apart from the RS232 interface, these features are facilitated by a CANopen fieldbus interface for connection of standard fieldbus components, and particularly, by the integrated Ethernet interface. It can be used as the programming interface and for efficient data transfer between PLC's or other devices with Ethernet interfaces The OPC server also simplifies the connection with the standardized OPC client applications. All XC201.-XV devices feature a technological highlight an integrated WEB Server. SOFT STARTER Nowadays, the three-phase motor is the optimal drive used to implement machine and system concepts in a straightforward and economical manner. However, in many cases, direct-on-line or even star-delta starting are not the best solutions to avoid pressure surges in pump installations, reduce starting current peaks with large rotating masses or ensure that mechanical handling equipment starts up without a jolt, for example. This is where soft starters provide the smooth alternative in virtually every situation, preventing jerky motor starting while going easy on the supply system. Using them, you are cutting operating costs in several ways. The DS4 and DM4 devices cover the complete rating range from 2.2 kW to 900 kW, and their approval to global Standards ensures that they can be used throughout the world.

ADJUSTABL FREQUENCY DRIVES The Eaton Cutler-Hammer SPX9000 Series Adjustable Frequency Drives are the specifically designed for high performance applications. Equipped with high processing power, the SPX9000 can use information from an encoder or a resolver in order to provide very precise motor control. Sensor less vector and simple frequency control are also supported. Typical applications requiring high performance are: master-slave drives, positioning applications, winder tension control and synchronization. Product Range 208 - 240V , 3/4 - 100 Hp 380 - 500V, 1 - 1800 Hp 525 - 690V, 3 - 2000 Hp The core of the SPX9000 is a fast microprocessor, providing high dynamic performance for applications where good motor handling and reliability are required. It can be used both in open loop applications as well as in applications requiring encoder feedback. The SPX9000 supports fast drive-to drive communication. It also offers integrated data logger functionality for analysis of dynamic events without the need of additional hardware. Simultaneous fast monitoring of several drives can be done by using the 9000Xdrive tool and CAN communication. In applications where reliability and quality are essential for high performance, the Eaton Cutler-Hammer SPX9000 is the logical choice. Feature / Benefit Robust design - proven 500,000 hours MTBF Increased micro-processing power (4 times more CPU capability) Integrated 3% line reactors standard Encoder feedback High resolution analog inputs Speed and torque loop capability Easy operation Standard NEMA Type 12 keypad for drive parameter configuration, monitors, and keypad operation Additional I/O and communication cards provide plug and play functionality SMART WIRE Yesterday In the past, the classic control panel consisted of a central control with switchgear, sensors and actuators, which all had to be wired individually Conclusion: extensive wiring effort, large and expensive control panels, time-intensive commissioning, complex trouble-shooting, limited diagnostic Features.

Today Switchgear is connected directly to Smart Wire Darwin and coupled via a gateway to the control. The control circuit wiring is reduced to a minimum. Conclusion: drastic reduction in the wiring, clear and compact control panels, short commissioning times and comprehensive diagnostic features reduce the standstill times and thus increase the availability

Tomorrow New Smart Wire-Darwin components extend the portfolio. The next additions for connection to Darwin are the Moeller circuit-breakers of the NZM series and the new electronic motor-protective Circuit breakers PKE. Conclusion: Moeller offers a modern and forward-looking interconnection system for industrial automation with Smart WireDarwin