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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control

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If there are sources of strong interference in the cabinet, they must be isolated from sensitive electronic parts with sheets. These sheets must be screwed to the cabinet earth in several places to produce a low-impedance. The interference voltages which are coupled into the automation device via signal and supply lines are deflected to the central earthing point (standard mounting rail). The central earthing point must be connected to the PE bus (earthing bar) with low-resistance and with as short a Cu-conductor as possible ( 10 mm).

Shielding of lines Cables with braided shields must be used! As a rule, shielded lines must always be connected to both sides of the cabinet potential to ensure good conductivity. Proper interference suppression of all coupled frequencies can only be achieved with shielding on both sides. Place the shielding over a large area on the shielding guide and then lead it to the modules. The interference currents on cable shielding will be deflected to earth at PLCs via the shielding guide and then via the equipotential bonding conductors. To make sure that these deflected currents do not become sources of interference themselves, the interference currents must be earthed via a low-resistance and low-impedance path, as follows: Tighten the mounting bolts of cable connectors, modules and equipotential bonding conductors. Protect contact surfaces of equipotential bonding conductors from corrosion. Lay equipotential bonding conductors over as short a distance as possible and following a direct route.

Cableways Wiring arrangement inside cabinets When cabling a cabinet, the arrangement of the lines is very important to ensure the interference immunity (electromagnetic compatibility) of the system The lines are divided into three wiring groups: Wiring Groups Wiring group 1: shielded data lines (data bus cables, etc.) shielded analogue lines unshielded lines for DC and AC 60 V unshielded lines for DC and AC 230 V
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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

Wiring group 2: unshielded lines for DC and AC > 60 V and 230 kV Wiring group 3: unshielded lines for DC and AC > 230 V and 1 kV (generator power cable, lines for three-phase current controls, etc.) Cableways All wiring groups must be laid separately in the cabinet. The wiring arrangement means laying wires in separate cable ducts separate cable bundles.

Information Maintain a minimum distance of 10 cm between signal lines and power cables with 115/230 VAC. When laying shielded lines, place the shield at the cabinet entrance on the shield reception bus. Wiring arrangement outside cabinets Outside cabinets (but inside buildings) lay the lines on metal cable trays. The joints of the cable trays should be galvanically connected to each other and must be locally earthed every 20 to 30 m. As a rule, shielded cables must be used for analogue signal lines! Wiring Groups Wiring group 1 (LG1): shielded analogue lines unshielded lines for DC and AC 60 V unshielded lines for DC and AC 230 V Wiring group 2 (LG2): unshielded lines for DC and AC > 60 V and 230 V Wiring group 3 (LG3): unshielded lines for DC and AC > 230 V and 1 kV. (generator power cable, lines for three-phase current controls, etc.) Cableways Each cable group should be laid in separate cable trays (cable runs, cableways, cable ducts, underground cable conduits).

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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

Cables of different wiring groups must be laid at least 10 cm apart (when placing AEG-MODICON PLCs the WG1 cable must be laid at least 50 cm from the WG3 cables), except if they are laid in separate conduits or ducts or separated from each other by special rigid sleeves. Minimum distances must also be observed at crossovers and points of proximity. Cables sensitive to electromagnetic interference must be installed at least one metre from possible sources of interference (contactors, transformers, motors, electric welders, electric starters, etc.). Cables sensitive to interference are: data bus cables video cables keyboard cables printer cables analogue signal cables Where two control components are connected by more than one signal cable, ensure that the distance between the cables is as short as possible. Lay the signal cable and relevant equipotential bonding conductor as close together as possible. Lay the signal cable and equipotential bonding conductor via the shortest possible cabling route. Lay individual cables with similar signals (supply and return lines, power supply cables) as close together as possible, if necessary twisting them together. Lay all cables close to earth connections. Avoid extending cables via terminals or similar devices. Additional instructions for laying data transfer cables. (The cables below are always supplied and connected by GE Jenbacher): ET100 data bus cable a) Lay separately from all other cables. b) Minimum distance from LG3 cables 10 cm. c) Earth as close as possible to the cabinet entrance (earth clip). Continue the shielding as far as the interface connector without earthing again. (c) will be carried out by GE Jenbacher!) SINEC data bus cable: a) Lay separately from all other cables. b) Minimum distance from LG3 cables 10 cm.

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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

REMOTE I/O cable for dia.ne: a) Lay separately from all other cables. b) Minimum distance from LG2 and LG3 cables 10 cm. c) Earth as close as possible to the cabinet entrance (earth clip). Continue the shielding as far as the interface connector without earthing again. (c) will be carried out by GE Jenbacher!) Video, keyboard and printer cables: a) Lay separately from all other cables. b) Minimum distance from LG3 cables 10 cm (> 50 cm for AEG MODICON PLCs). c) Strain relief in the control cabinet with the aid of the earth clips provided. (c) will be carried out by GE Jenbacher). General shielded lines: a) Minimum distance from LG3 cables 10 cm (> 50 cm for AEG MODICON PLCs). b) Strain relief in the control cabinet in the sections provided. c) Shielding to be earthed as close as possible to the cabinet entrance (shielding guide) with the aid of the earth clips provided. (b) and c) will be carried out by GE Jenbacher!) General wiring guidelines: Generator power cable: The diameter of the power cables must be determined or checked in accordance with VDE 298, Parts 1-4 (cabling method, bundled cables, etc.) or VE L-20 or IEC 364-5-523 by the company carrying out the work. Rated generator current: IN = ..... A, where cos phi = 0.8. Only flexible cables are permitted. The cables used must conform to current harmonised and national standards. The cables to be laid must be suitable for their intended purpose and the laying method used; they must be capable of withstanding specific local conditions. Use only metal cable trays (also in existing concrete cable channels ). All the assembly materials (including screws) must be properly protected against corrosion. The cables must be numbered in accordance with the cable list. Pay attention to the curving radius of the cables. Cable entries must counter tensile forces. Where twisted nipples are used, additional strain relief should be provided. Use only one cable per screw fixing. The protection class of each device to be connected must be complied with. All screw connections on the generator must be suitable for the power cable used.
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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

Where cables are to be laid on a cable tray or cableway, they must be adjusted, secured, relieved of stress and if necessary covered by a protective plate. Once laid, single-wire high-voltage cables (NYY-E YY) must be secured so as to withstand short-circuits. Third party cabling requirements for GE Jenbacher electrical distribution systems Generator power cable: The diameter of the power cables must be determined or checked in accordance with VDE 298, Parts 1-4 (cabling method, bundled cables, etc.) or VE L-20 or IEC 364-5-523 by the company carrying out the work. Rated generator current: IN = ..... A, where cos phi = 0.8. (Recommended cable for medium-voltage generators: SIEMENS PROTOLON, type: NTMCGCWU).

D = Diameter of cable The risk of fire inside cable ducts and, in the case of bundled cables, inside buildings will be reduced by choosing a suitable cabling method and by taking preventive measures to minimise the spread and consequences of fire. An insulation test must be carried out on completion of the work. Insulation resistance tests in accordance with EN / IEC 60204-1 (Section 18.3) and HD 60364-6 / IEC 60364-6 and local regulations. A report must be drawn up on the tests carried out, containing the required test results including information on the measuring instruments used. This test port must be handed over to the customer.

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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

Generator cables must be disconnected from the generator before their insulation resistance is tested. The same applies to frequency converters. The work must be carried out strictly in accordance with the relevant regulations and standards. The company carrying out the work must be present during the testing and commissioning of the plant so that any problems arising can be rectified immediately. The company is liable for the satisfactory completion of its work, i.e. it undertakes to rectify any defects free of charge. All components of the electrical system supplied by GE Jenbacher must be installed and secured in a suitable manner according to the plant layout plan, i.e. the control cabinets must be positioned and screwed together and the batteries and chargers must be installed.

3 Earthing/shielding treatment on the shielding guide


Earthing/shielding treatment on the shielding guide: Earthing Ensure that the earth connection is electrically sound with a split washer or serrated lock washer (anti-corrosion treatment) . Lay earthing lines by the shortest route. Partitioning with separating plates is necessary for the part of the cabinet in which the inductors (especially transformers, valves and connectors) have been fitted. Partition plates must be connected to the cabinet (earth) and electrically sound. If powerful interference sources (EMC) have been installed in the cabinet (e. g. frequency converter, etc.), their shielding housings must be connected separately to the central earthing point (> = 10 mm2). Shielding treatment on the shielding guide Lay shields so that they are spread out as far as possible and use suitable shield clamps. Connect shielding guide to assembly plate or cabinet housing so that it is properly conductive. Pull the braiding back over the cable insulation . Twist relevant signal feed and return lines . Keep the shield connection as short as possible .

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Technical Instruction: TA 1000-0505 EMC suited execution of cabling and ground connection to/and motor aggregates and control cabinet

terminal strip to PLC BG Earth clip Shielding guide

Cable ties - strain relief Cable with braiding Cable duct

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Cable duct terminal strip to PLC BG Earth clip

Shielding guide Cable ties - strain relief Cable with braiding

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