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Motor Drive Unit ED

Operating Instructions

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Contents

General ...................................................................................................................................... 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Safety instructions ............................................................................................................ Specified application ........................................................................................................ Function ........................................................................................................................... Type designations ............................................................................................................

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Design ....................................................................................................................................... 2.1 Mechanical equipment ..................................................................................................... 2.1.1 Protective housing .............................................................................................. 2.1.2 Protective housing cover ..................................................................................... 2.1.3 Swing frame ........................................................................................................ 2.1.4 Hand crank .......................................................................................................... 2.1.5 Indication field ..................................................................................................... 2.1.6 Hand lamp ........................................................................................................... 2.1.7 Control elements ................................................................................................. 2.1.8 Anti-condensation heater .................................................................................... Gearing ............................................................................................................................ 2.2.1 Transmission gear ............................................................................................... 2.2.2 Control gear ........................................................................................................ 2.2.3 Indicating equipment gear ................................................................................... 2.2.4 Position transmitter equipment ............................................................................ 2.2.5 Transmission gear, control gear, motor unit wiring .............................................. 2.2.6 Covering for transmission gear, control gear, motor unit ..................................... Driving motor .................................................................................................................... Electrical equipment ......................................................................................................... 2.4.1 Swing frame ........................................................................................................ 2.4.2 Position transmitter equipment ............................................................................ 2.4.3 Terminal rails .......................................................................................................

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2.3 2.4

Installation ................................................................................................................................ 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Installing the motor drive unit onto the transformer tank ................................................... Installing the drive shafts and the bevel gear .................................................................... Coupling on-load tap-changer and motor drive ................................................................. Electrical connection of the motor drive ............................................................................

Commissioning ......................................................................................................................... 18 4.1 Function test ..................................................................................................................... 4.1.1 Preparations ........................................................................................................ 4.1.2 Checking the step-by-step operation ................................................................... 4.1.3 Checking the end position switches and the protective device against passage of positions ........................................................................................... 4.1.4 Checking the motor protective switch .................................................................. Commissioning on site ..................................................................................................... 18 18 18 18 18 18

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NOTE Data contained herein may differ in small details from the motor drive unit delivered. We reserve the right to make alterations without notice.
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Transport ................................................................................................................................... Maintenance ............................................................................................................................. Special designs ........................................................................................................................ 7.1 Special designs based on on-load tap-changer features and operating conditions ..........

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Appendix ................................................................................................................................... 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Type designations ............................................................................................................ Technical data: motor drive unit ....................................................................................... Technical data: position transmitter equipment ................................................................ Dimension drawings .........................................................................................................

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1 General 1.1 Safety instructions

1.2 Specified application

All personnel involved in installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance or repair of the equipment must: be suitably qualified and strictly observe these Operating Instructions. Improper operation or misuse can lead to a reduction in the efficiency of the equipment damage to the equipment and property of the user serious or fatal injury. Safety instructions in this manual are presented in three different forms to emphasize important information.

The motor drive unit ED is to be used exclusively for operating on-load tap-changers and off-circuit tapchangers in regulating transformers as well as for operating plunger-core earth-fault neutralizer.

CAUTION
The motor drive unit may only be used to operate the on-load tap-changer/off-circuit tap-changer of the same serial number. All safety devices have been adjusted to this specific application. It is the responsibility of the user to make sure that the equipment is used for the specified application only. For safety reasons, unauthorized work, i.e. installation, modification, alteration, electrical connection or commissioning of the equipment must not be carried out without first consulting MR ! The trouble-free operation of the motor drive, the onload tap-changer/off-circuit tap-changer and the transformer may be put at risk.

WARNING
This information indicates particular danger to life and health. Disregarding such a warning can lead to serious or fatal injury.

CAUTION
This information indicates particular danger to the equipment or other property of the user. Serious or fatal injury cannot be excluded. Lock the motor drive unit using a padlock (not included) to prevent operation by unauthorized personnel.

NOTE
These notes give important information on a certain subject.

CAUTION
All relevant fire protection regulations must be strictly observed.

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1.3 Function

The modular-designed motor drive unit ED works by adjusting the operating position of on-load tap-changers and off-circuit tap-changers in regulating transformers to the individual operating requirements (figs. 2, 3) . The tap-change operation is activated by starting the motor drive. The on-load tap-changer is set according to the stepby-step operation principle. A single control pulse, triggered by MR voltage regulator for example, initiates the tap-change operation.This operation is always completed regardless of any other control pulses emitted during the operating time. The next tap-change operation can only proceed once the control devices have been adjusted to their rest positions. Fig. 1 shows the sequence of a tap-change operation.

Motor drive

Tap selector

Diverter switch operation

33 sections

Winding

Diverter switch contact movement

KHW 220 from KHW 938

1.4 Type designations


The various basic designs of the motor drive unit ED are clearly identified by explicit product definitions.

Type designation ED 100-SM ED 100-SM

Description Product definition Type of transmission gear

Types Electric Drive 100 = small transmission gear (motor, 6.5 Nm) 200 = large transmission gear (motor, 13/18 Nm)

ED 100-SM

Type of protective housing

S = small protective housing L = large protective housing

ED 100-SM

Special designs

M = monitoring C = plunger-core earth- fault neutralizer design

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2 Design 2.1 Mechanical equipment 2.1.1 Protective housing


The motor drive unit ED is characterized by two main features: its uniform construction for all motor drive designs and its modular drive concept. The motor drive is available in two types of protective housing with the same arrangements for the attachment points and the drive shaft (fig. 2 ED 100/200 S and fig. 3 ED 100/200 L ). The protective housing consists of two parts, the housing and the cover, both of which are made of non-corroding cast-aluminium. They are finished with a onelayer prime coat (RAL 6019) and a one-layer finishing coat (RAL 7033). The spaces between the housing and the cover, as well as all apertures required for operation (driven shaft, inspection window, aperture for hand crank in special arctic design, etc.), are thoroughly sealed to prevent splashes of water and dust from getting inside (IP 56). The protective housing is ventilated by labyrinth vents, with metal filters on both sides of the housing. The bottom of the housing is made up of three plates providing entries for the cables.

2.1.3 Swing frame

WARNING
Before opening the swing frame the relevant safety instructions must be observed in order to avoid serious or fatal injury. All control elements are installed in a closed swingframe panel located behind the protective housing cover. This panel protects all electrical and mechanical parts of the motor drive against accidental contact. The hinges of the swing frame are designed to prevent the frame from banging against the base or cover. The closed swing frame is attached to the protective housing by two spring-supported door bolts. The standard design of the swing frame always opens to the left.

2.1.4 Hand crank


The hand crank is used to manually operate the motor drive in emergencies or for adjustment purposes. It is attached to the upper cover plate inside the protective housing.

2.1.2 Protective housing cover CAUTION


In the standard design, the cover is attached to the base by two hinges and it opens to the left. The standard cover has an opening angle of 130. There is a pocket attached to the inside of the protective-housing cover to hold the connection diagrams. When manually operating the motor drive unit only use the built-in hand crank. Otherwise, there is a risk of serious or fatal injury. The safety switch in the hand crank disconnects the motor drive circuit at two poles; however, it does not disconnect the control circuit.

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Hand crank Hand lamp Aperture for hand crank Operations counter Position indicator Drag hands Tap change indicator Door contact for hand lamp

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Motor protective device RAISE/LOWER control switch Heating panel Swing-frame latch Pocket for connection diagrams Cover plate Padlocking facility Quick release screws

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2.1.5 Indication field


A clearly arranged indication field (fig. 5) is installed in the upper part of the control panel cover (fig. 4). The data displayed and the displays are detailed as follows: 5
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2.1.7 Control elements


The standard design contains the following control elements mounted in the upper part of the swing frame (see fig. 4): - Door contact for switching on the lamp - Motor protective device - Control switch RAISE/LOWER to initiate a tap change operation by hand.

from KHW 934

- The mechanical operation counter shows the overall number of operations performed by the motor drive - The position indicator shows the position of the motor drive and the on-load tap-changer (standard, max. 35 positions) - The two drag hands indicate the regulating range currently used - The tap change indicator shows the current position of the control cam (33 sections per tap change operation) Pointer and operations counter are mechanically driven and indicate the switching sequence of the motor drive. The reset-wheel on the operations counter is leadsealed at the factory.

2.1.8 Anti-condensation heater

CAUTION
Do not touch the panel heater as it becomes very hot during operation. The anticondensation heater, fig. 4 (ED 100/200 S: 50 W, ED 100/200 L: 60 W) is designed as a panel heater which also acts as the front cover of the swing frame.

2.1.6 Hand lamp


There is a 4 W tubular fluorescent lamp (cable length approx. 1 m long) inside the protective housing which is switched on via a door contact (fig. 4, no. ) when the door is opened.

NOTE
This new heater design: - is a complete anti-condensation heater suitable for all climate regions except the arctic. - saves the need for an anti-condensation coat if it has a MR-standard inside coat. - does not require a thermostat or a hygrometer. 9

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2.2 Gearing 2.2.1 Transmission gear


Transmission gear, control gear and the gear for the indicating equipment are located in the upper part of the protective housing. They are protected against accidental contact by a cover plate. It contains cam discs which are used to mechanically trigger the cam switches. The modular-designed position indicator equipment and the additional cam-operated contacts are driven by the control gear, the indicating equipment gear is driven by a cam shaft (fig. 8).

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The entire gearing system (fig. 6) is located behind the upper control panel in the upper part of the housing. The transmission gear is a low-noise, single-stage belttype gear which has unchanging 16.5 revolutions (= 33 hand crank rotations) per switching operation. The transmission is a wear-resistant belt.

Electrical limit switches prevent overrunning of the end positions. In addition to this, mechanical limiting devices prevent tap change operations beyond the regulating range.

2.2.3 Indicating equipment gear

ATTENTION
The transmission gear belt must not come into contact with lubricants.

2.2.2 Control gear 9


The control gear (fig. 7) (step-by-step device with camoperated contacts) is installed below the transmission gear.

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The indicating equipment gear (fig. 9) mechanically reflects the tap change operation on the indicator panel.

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2.2.4 Position transmitter equipment


The position transmitter equipment comprises: - the position transmitter, - the position transmitter module and - a plug-in connecting cable. The position transmitter is installed below the control gear. The position transmitter module for the connection by the customer is located on the terminal rails (fig. 13).

2.2.6 Covering for transmission gear, control gear, motor unit


The touch-protected covering of the transmission gear, control gear and motor unit is provided with an opening for the hand crank used for manual operation (fig. 11). The covering is equipped with fixing clamps and hooks to hold the hand lamp and the hand crank.

2.2.5 Transmission gear, control gear, motor unit wiring


The transmission gear, control gear and motor unit are wired using black, flexible line material (1.5 mm2). The vibration-resistant plug connector for connecting the swing frame wiring and the terminal rail wiring is located below the gear unit block (fig. 10).
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Driving motor

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The ED motor drive is equipped with a three-phase motor which covers a wide voltage range as well as covering the 50/60 Hz frequencies. The motor unit is installed below the transmission gear. The on-load tap changers and their corresponding motor drive unit designs are listed in a separate selection table.

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2.4 Electrical equipment 2.4.1 Swing frame


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2.4.2 Position transmitter equipment


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In the standard model, the following designs of the position transmitting equipment are available: resistor-type position transmitter device N/O contact position transmitter device break before make-type make before break-type

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The electric equipment is mounted on the back of the swing frame (fig. 12). Mounting rails and clamping rails (some two-sided) allow for an easy installation of components. The individual devices are clearly marked with designations for easier identification on the connection diagram kept in the pocket of the door. In the standard design, the swing frame is equipped with the following components: - anti-condensation heating: designed as a panel heater (temperature increase in relation to ambient temperature by T 7 K) - motor protection with trip coil - control switch for RAISE/LOWER control - contactors for RAISE/LOWER - auxiliary contactor for step-by-step operation - door contact for hand lamp The cable connection bundle between the swing frame and the terminal rails has a zip and a strain relief device on both sides.

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2.4.3

Terminal rails
The wiring is easily connected using vertically arranged clamping rails and terminal bars.

The terminal board facilitates an easy electrical connection of the motor drive unit (fig. 13).

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1 2 3 4 5 6 cable entries (closed by 3 bottom plates) terminal bar X1 cable duct clamping rail position transmitter module connection bundle swing frame terminal rails connection bundle terminal rails - transmission gear, control gear, motor unit 2 3 4 1

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3 Installation

3 3.1

Installation Installing the motor drive unit onto the transformer tank

3.3

Coupling on-load tap-changer and motor drive

The motor drive unit is installed using 4 stud bolts (not included in MR delivery) attached to the transformer tank. The necessary drill holes are located outside on the brackets of the protective housing. The drill hole arrangement in all ED motor drive designs is identical. For correct attachment of the 4 stud bolts onto the transformer tank see the dimension diagram in paragraph 8.4.

CAUTION
Make sure that the diverter switch/selector switch completes the tap-change operation before the motor drive stops by correctly coupling the motor drive to the on-load tap-changer and also ensuring that the position indication of the on-load tap-changer and the motor drive are the same for each operating position. These measures can prevent damage to the motor drive, on-load tap-changer and the transformer.

CAUTION
The motor drives protective housing must not be warped or deformed in any way when fixing it to the transformer tank. Make sure the motor drive is mounted vertically and that its driven shaft is correctly aligned with the vertical drive shaft of the bevel gear in order to prevent damage to the motor drive, the on-load tapchanger and the transformer. If the transformer causes extremely strong mechanical vibrations, the use of vibration absorbers (not included in MR delivery) is recommended.

The above-mentioned requirements are met by setting the time at which the diverter switch operation occurs 1.5 - 2 sections before the grey area of the tap change indicator (fig. 14) .
Centre mark Resting range of the motor drive

3.2

Installing the drive shafts and the bevel gear

Further information on attaching these drive components can be found in the Operating Instructions No. BA 42.

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The centre mark in the grey field of the tap-change indication will be used as reference for following procedures. One tap-change operation is represented by one rotation of the pointer on the tap change indicator. This indicator is divided into 33 sections where one section corresponds to one rotation of the hand crank. The number of sections from the beginning of the diverter switch action until the pointer reaches the centre mark of the resting range should be equal in both directions.

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A slight asymmetry of a max. of 1 section is permissible. To obtain a symmetrical coupling, proceed as follows:

WARNUNG
Before starting any coupling work make sure that the motor protective switch is tripped to prevent an unintentional start of the motor drive.

Procedure

Example

Carry out any adjustment work by manual operation only.

Attach the hand crank in the motor drive to the shaft end located in the upper cover plate. This activates a safety switch which disconnects the motor drive at two poles.

Make sure the on-load tap-changer and the motor drive are in their adjustment positions before commencing any adjustment work. When adjusting, make sure the position indicators on the on-load tap-changer and on the motor drive are identical.

Couple the motor drive and vertical drive shaft by mounting the coupling brackets.

Turn hand crank in one direction until the diverter switch operation begins. When operating the motor drive manually, observe the tap change indicator which mechanically reflects the progress of the tap-change operation.
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Once the diverter switch operation begins, turn the hand crank in the same direction while counting the sections required for the pointer to reach the centre mark of the tap-change indicator. Note the determined value A and the direction of rotation. The tap-change operation is completed.

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Procedure

Example

Turn the hand crank in the opposite direction, until the diverter switch operation occurs.

Rest position (centre mark)

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3 se ction s

Count the remaining sections from the time the diverter switch operation occurs until the pointer reaches the centre mark of the tap-change indicator. Note the determined value B and the direction of rotation.

Instant of diverter switch action

If the values obtained for both directions are identical, the on-load tap-changer and the motor drive are correctly coupled. As a control measure, carry out several tap-change operations in both directions. If the values for A and B are not equal, proceed as follows: Determine the correction value C by dividing the difference between A and B by 2.

A=B

C= A-B 2

Uncouple the motor drive and the vertical drive shaft by removing the coupling brackets

Operate the motor drive using the hand crank in direction of the higher value, either A or B by the number of sections on the tap-change indication which equals C. Re-couple the motor drive and the on-load tap-changer, and check the coupling using the above procedure. Make sure that the pointer of the tap-change indicator is in centre position within the grey field once the manual operation is finished.

Check the coupling after adjustment work by carrying out a few tap change operations in both directions. Check that the operating positions of the on-load tap changer and the motor drive are identical.

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3.4 Electrical connection of the motor drive

WARNING
Before connecting the motor drive to the mains supply, the relevant safety instructions must be observed in order to prevent serious or fatal injury. Connect the motor drive to mains supply according to the connection diagramm in pocket of the swing frame door (fig. 4). The standard terminal block (fig.15) on the terminal rail X1 illustrated in fig.13 is used for this purpose.

Terminal bar X1

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4 Commissioning

4 Commissioning 4.1 Function test 4.1.1 Preparations

4.1.3 Checking the end position switches and the protective device against passage of positions
To check the end position switch, operate the motor drive to the penultimate position by turning the control switch S3. Using the hand crank, manually operate the motor drive to its end position. - Check that when the S3 switch is turned further in the same direction the motor drive does not continue to operate. - Using the same procedure, operate the motor drive to the other end position and repeat the above check. Check that the pointer of the tap-change indication is in the grey field. To check the protective device against passage of positions, operate the motor drive using the hand crank while the motor protective switch is activated. Check that the motor protective switch trips after a max. of 3 sections. -

WARNING
The function test must be performed with the supply voltage connected. Make sure that the on-load tapchanger completes the tap-change operation before the motor drive stops by properly coupling the motor drive to the on-load tap-changer. Also ensure that the position indications of the on-load tap-changer and the motor drive are the same for each operating position. These measures can prevent damage to the motor drive, the on-load tap-changer and the transformer. The relevant safety instructions must be strictly observed to prevent serious or fatal injury.

CAUTION
Electrical mains supply Make sure that the mains supply fulfils all the connection requirements of the motor drive unit. Phase sequence test When checking the motor circuit voltage, make sure that voltage applied to the connecting terminals has a clockwise phase sequence.

4.1.4 Checking the motor protective switch


Check the tripping function of the motor protective switch Q1 (fig. 19) by pressing the test button.

4.1.2 Checking the step-by-step operation


Initiate a tap change operation by turning the control switch S3 (fig. 19) and keeping it turned while the motor drive is in operation. Check that the motor drive switches off automatically after performing one tap-change operation and that the pointer of the tap-change indicator stops within the grey field. Carry out this test in both directions.

4.2 Commissioning on site


The function tests as per 4.1 are to be repeated before the transformer is commissioned.

WARNING
Under no circumstances is the transformer to be commissioned, if the devices described in 4.1 do not pass the function test. Otherwise serious or fatal injury may result.

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CAUTION
Motor protection EMERGENCY STOP
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In case of a longer period before commissioning or a shut down period of more than 8 weeks, the heater of the motor drive unit should be connected and operated.
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Maintenance

If it is neccessary to remove the motor drive for transporting the transformer, proceed according to section 3 of these Operating Instructions when re-installing the unit.

The ED motor drive unit does not require regular maintenance. However, if used with industrial transformers, our Technical Service department must be contacted after the unit performs 500.000 tap-change operations.

NOTE
To prevent damage to the motor drive unit during transportation use the packing material provided by the MR delivery. If the motor drive has to be removed for transporting the transformer from the factory to the site of operation, operate the on-load tap-changer and the motor drive to adjustment positions beforehand. Reinstall the motor drive according to section 3 of these Operating Instructions.

WARNING
The control checks must be performed with the supply voltage connected. The relevant safety instructions must be strictly observed. Failure to do so can lead to serious or fatal injury. We recommend that the following control checks be carried out on the motor drive unit during routine transformer inspections: - checking that the sealing of the protective housing is water-proof, - checking that the built-in electrical heater is functioning trouble-free, - checking the exterior condition of the equipment installed in the motor drive When inspecting the on-load tap-changer, also carry out a functional test of the motor drive according to 4.1.

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7 Special designs

Special designs

The standard design of the ED motor drive unit can be modified to accommodate specific operating requirements.

7.1

Special designs based on on-load tap-changer features and operating conditions

Feature Number of mid-positions of on-load tap-changer >1

Special design in the motor drive Automatic passage of positions Device for automatic passage of positions through one or more operational positions Monitoring of drive shafts and tap-change operations

On-load/off-circuit tap-changer with specified tap-changer monitoring On-load tap-changer type M-delta; off-circuit tap-changer type U, UR On-load tap-changer type VT On-load tap-changer with change-over selector for star-delta change-over operation Furnace and electrolysis operation

Recovery time delay (60 s) Monitoring of drive shafts, tap-change operation and star-delta change-over operation Additional input terminals for operation without step-by step switch Possibility to install position indication modules with N/O contact range, 10 A (make-before-break) for the control of external current matching transformers. Measuring amplifier with break contact for the control circuit Control gear + position indicator for 71 operating positions Control gear + position indicator for 107 operating positions

Thermoswitch for on-load tap-changers

Higher max. number of operating positions

Special on-load tap-changer arrangement AB-arrangement ABC-arrangement

Control gear for AB arrangement, operating time = 2,7 s Control gear for ABC arrangement, operating time = 1,8 s Externally-located control elements, main switch for disconnecting all circuits except the heating circuit thermostatically-controlled additional heater

Temperature range < -30 C

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8 8.1

Appendix Type designations

The various basic designs of the motor drive ED are identified by clear product definitions.

Type designation ED 100-SM ED 100-SM

Description Product definition Type of transmission gear

Types Electric Drive 100 = small transmission gear (motor, 6,5 Nm) 200 = large transmission gear (motor, 13/18 Nm)

ED 100-SM

Type of protective housing

S = small protective housing L = large protective housing

ED 100-SM

Special designs

M = monitoring C = plunger - coil earth-fault neutralizer

8.2 Technical data: motor drive unit


The technical data is relevant to the standard design and may vary depending on the design delivered. It is subject to change without notice. Motor drive Motor torque Voltage Current Frequency Synchronous speed Rotations of the drive shaft per tap-change operation Duration of the tap-change operation Rated torque of the drive shaft Rotations of the hand crank per tap-change operation Max. number of operating positions Control and heater voltage Power input of the control circuit (control / operation) Heating power Temperature range (ambient temperature) Test voltage to ground Weight 45 Nm 33 35 AC 230 V 100 VA/25 VA 50 W for the ED 100/200 S 60 W for the ED 100/200 L -30C to +50 C 2 kV ED 100 S: 80 kg ED 200 S: 80 kg ED 100 L: 130 kg ED 200 L: 130 kg ED 200 L: 130 kg 21 1.9 A 6.5 Nm ED 100/200-S/L 13 Nm 3 AC/N 230/400 V 5.2 A 50 Hz 1500 1/min 16.5 approx. 5.4 s 95 Nm 130 Nm 54 6.2 A 18 Nm

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8.3

Technical data: position transmitter equipment

Resistance-type position transmitter Standard resistance: 10,0 W (0,6 W, +/-1 %) per step The maximum load on the module is determined by the number of resistors loaded und and can be inferred from the capability curve below. The permissible supply voltage is calculated from these power ratings and the total resistance value. However, the supply voltage should not exceed DC 220 V.

Load on the resistance-type position transmitter


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Number of resistors loaded

N/O contact position transmitter (break-before-make contact) AC: 250 V, 0.5 A (ohmic load) DC: 220 V, 0.5 A (ohmic load) Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24 V N/O contact position transmitter (make-before-break contact) AC, DC: 250 V, 0.02 A (ohmic load) AC, DC: 24 V, 0.20 A (ohmic load) N/O contact position transmitter, 10 A (make-before-break contact) for controlling current matching transformer in industrial applications. AC/DC: 250 V, 10 A (ohmic load) AC, DC: 24 V, 10 A (ohmic load) Position transmitter, diode matrix DC: 220 V, 0.5 A (ohmic load)

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8.4

Dimension drawings

Vertical guard plate with spacing ring Hand crank

1189*

* for design with intermediate bearing

3 dummy plates Wall of transformer tank

Shim

Attachment of protective housing The cover can be opened to the left or to the right depending on the arrangement of the hinge pins

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Aperture of fixing holes on protective housing (rear view) Motor Drive ED-S Protective Housing
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Vertical guard plate with spacing ring Hand crank

* for design with intermediate bearing

3 dummy plates

Wall of transformer tank Attachment of protective housing

Shim

ca. 690 if opened 130 ca. 864 if opened 180

Aperture of fixing holes on protective housing (rear view) Motor Drive ED-L Protective Housing 24

Aperture in protective housing for cables (underside view) 898 802:1E

454*
The cover can be opened to the left or to the right depending on the arrangement of the hinge pins

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