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Medium Voltage Distribution

FLUOKIT

Air insulated switchgear up to 24 kV

Technical Characteristics Catalogue 2011

A new path for achieving your electrical installations


A comprehensive offer
The Fluokit range is part of a comprehensive offer of products that are perfectly coordinated to meet all medium and low voltage electrical distribution requirements. All of these products have been designed to work together: electrical, mechanical and communication compatibility. The electrical installation is thus both optimised and has improved performance: better service continuity, increased personnel and equipment safety, guaranteed upgradeability, efcient monitoring and control. You therefore have all the advantages at hand in terms of know-how and creativity for achieving optimised, safe, upgradeable and compliant installations.

Tools for facilitating the design and installation


With Schneider Electric, you have a complete range of tools to help you get to know and install the products whilst complying with current standards and good working practices. These tools, technical sheets and guides, design software, training courses, etc are regularly updated.

Schneider Electric is associating itself with your know-how and your creativity to produce optimised, safe, upgradeable and compliant installations
For a real partnership with you
A universal solution doesnt exist because each electrical installation is specic. The variety of combinations on offer allows you to truly customise the technical solutions. You are able to express your creativity and put your know-how to best advantage when designing, manufacturing and exploiting an electrical installation.

Fluokit range

Table of contents

Technical guide Neutral plans Introduction Presentation Standards, quality and certication Product description Fluokit range A wide range of functions Switchboard equipment Operating Operation of the user interface Interlockings Technical characteristics Electrical and mechanical characteristics Selection of tting of operating mechanisms Electrical characteristics of the operating mechanisms Fuses compartment Equipment Low voltage equipment Relays Remote control & remote signalling Installation Overall dimension drawings HV cable and connector compartment Installation and protection against internal arcing Accessories Accessories Handling and storage Packaging and transport Storage conditions Environment Sustainable development End of service life processing

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Technical guide

Neutral plans

Medium Voltage Neutral Plan


There are a number of techniques in use across the world for the type of neutral plan used in Medium Voltage networks. Indeed, each country has chosen its own solution, its own settings, depending on its network, its choices and requirements in terms of quality and its network operating methods. Moreover, a distinction should be made between 4-wire distribution networks (North American system) and the 3-wire distribution networks (European system).

6 types of neutral plan


Tuned neutral: Eastern Europe. Neutral earthed directly without a 4th conductor: United Kingdom. Neutral earthed directly with a 4th conductor: North America, Australia, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. Neutral earthed via an impedance: North Africa, Spain, Malaysia, Indonesia, some countries in South America. Tuned neutral earthed via an impedance: France. Neutral insulated from earth: Japan, Ireland, Italy, and Russia.

The impact of the neutral plan


The choice of neutral plan impacts, not only upon the size of the equipment and the couplings between power transformers, but also on the safety of personnel and continuity of service.

The various neutral plans in use around the world Tuned neutral Neutral earthed directly with a 4th conductor Neutral earthed directly without a 4th conductor Petersen neutral Tuned and Petersen neutral Neutral insulated from earth
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Neutral plans

Principal types and advantages


Neutral earthed directly with a 4th conductor: Excellent at controlling overvoltages. Difculties in detecting earth faults (a fault is equivalent to a load, because the load is also measured between phase and earth). Mediocre service quality: Numerous voltage drops following each earthing fault, but few interruptions impacting upon the whole Medium Voltage outgoing feeder thanks to the various pieces of protective equipment (fuses, re-closers, isolating switches, etc.). Very high fault-to-earth currents (several kA). Phase to earth network isolation close to the phase-to-neutral voltage. Protection system based on inverse time ammetric relays and fuses: Co-ordination of protective equipment highly complex. Reduced manufacturing costs. Well adapted to areas with a low population density. Under extreme conditions: SWER (Single Wire Earth Return) Australia. Neutral earthed directly without a 4th conductor: Solution different from the North American system. No distributed neutral. Fault currents limited by zero-phase sequence impedance of the transformer. Voltage increases difcult to control. Highly efcient protective equipment. Very high fault current (several thousand amperes). No need for a network with phase to earth isolation resistant to phase-to-phase voltages. Neutral insulated from earth Service voltage generally not very high (rarely more than 10 or 11 kV between phases). Short networks (Low residual capacitive currents). Good control of overvoltages on short, overhead line networks. Relatively average protection efciency. Relatively average power supply quality. Little current circulating during an earth fault (only due to network phase-to-earth capacities). Phase to earth isolation of the network at line voltage. Difcult to detect and localize faults. Risk of overvoltages. Earthing by compensation reactance Control of the fault current if the network does not have any large zero-phase sequence capacities (few underground cables) Average at controlling overvoltages. Simple, sensitive and economical protection system. Quality of service more or less good depending on the fault elimination and protection systems (circuit-breaker, shunt, etc.). Fault current more or less weak, but relatively well controlled. Operational exibility. The need for a network with phase to earth isolation resistant to phase-to-phase voltages. Neutral earthed by impedance Virtually total control over fault currents. Control over overvoltages good to excellent. Average detection sensitivity for earth faults. Good supply quality, especially if the fault is constant. The need for a network with phase to earth isolation resistant to phase-to-phase voltages.

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Introduction

Presentation

Use of the Fluokit


Fluokit is the latest generation of air-isolated switchgear from Schneider Electric. It is a modular switchboard tted with gas-insulated (SF6) switch-disconnector and earthing switches. To protect the transformer, it can also be equipped with: An SF6-insulated switch-disconnector with fuse combination. A disconnectable or withdrawable SF6 circuit-breaker. A disconnectable vacuum circuit-breaker. Its modular design and variety of functions make the Fluokit the ideal switchboard for many different applications, including public distribution, industry, infrastructure or wind farms.
FP: Disconnectable or withdrawable SF6 circuit-breaker

Easy to install and use


The installation and operations of Fluokit switchboards are made easy by: The reduced dimensions of each cubicle. A user-friendly, simple man-machine interface, reproducing the single-line diagram indicating the exact location of the switches. Push-button direct control for the switch-disconnector. Access via the front of the cubicle. Can be connected to all existing equipment and of a similar construction (addition of base unit, top box or even ducting). Continuity of service Fluokit has LSC2A classication as per IEC 62271-200, giving it the following advantages: Low maintenance-tted with a sealed-unit switch-disconnector. Operating mechanism can be replaced without interrupting service. Functions can be individually earthed without impact on the rest of the switchboard.

Fluokit switchboard

Improved personnel safety


Designed with safety in mind, Fluokit is one of the safest medium voltage switchboards on the market today: Internal arc resistant as per IEC standards: AFL up to 20 kA 1 s ; AF up to 25 kA 1 s. Hot gas exhaust valves at the rear of the cubicle, protecting the operator in the event of an internal fault. Completely metallic outer casing, permanently earthed. Clearly displayed switch-disconnector position and fuse status. Earthing switch with making capacity and a visible indication of its position via inspection windows in the cable compartment doors. Mechanical interlocks stopping access to the cable compartment when the earthing switch is open. Full range of key and padlock-based locking devices.

Fluokit with SF6 withdrawable circuit-breaker

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Standards, quality and certication


Conformity with standards in force
The Fluokit meets the current national or international standards in force: IEC, NF, GOST, CNS, IS. The main electro-technical standards cover: The design of the Functional Units and switchboards. Medium Voltage switchgear (interruption, sectionalizing, insulation). Current and voltage transformers. Low voltage switchgear. SF6 gas. Cables and conductors. Graphs and diagrams. Tests. International electro-technical vocabulary.

A quality and safety approach


The Mcon site, in France, has, for many years, been committed to a global quality approach and is certied: ISO 9001: 2000 ISO 14001: 2004 OHSAS 18001 (since 1999)

Tests of the devices


Various factory tests are carried out on the Fluokit before it is shipped to the customer: Leak-tightness. Mechanical test for control mechanisms. Dielectric tests.
SF6 leak-tightness inspection

The Fluokit switchboards comply with the requirements of the Standards and Regulations:
Description IEC Standard IEC 62271-200 IEC 62271-1 IEC Classes Moving part partition class Continuity of service (LSC) of the cable connection and fuse compartments: LSC2A EN Standard EN 62271 -200 EN 62271 -1 EN 62271-200 E2 M1 M1, M3 M1, E1 E2, C1 EN 62271-100 EN 60044-1 EN 60044-2 EN 61958 EN 61243-5 EN 60529 1 HD 637 S EN 50110 EN 62271-102 EN 62271-102

Switchboard

Behaviour in the event of internal faults Earthing switch Disconnector Multi-function earthing switch Switch-disconnector fuse combination Circuit-breaker Current transformer Voltage transformer Voltage presence indicators Voltage detection systems Protection against accidental contact, foreign bodies and ingress of water Installation Operation of the electrical equipment

IEC 62271-200 IEC 62271-102 IEC 62271-102 IEC 60265-1 IEC 62271-105 IEC 62271-100 IEC 60044-1 IEC 60044-2 IEC 61958 IEC 61243-5 IEC 60529

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Introduction

Product description

Standard colours
RAL 9003 (doors and front panel)

Fluokit equipment
The air-insulated Fluokit switchboards meet the most demanding of operating requirements: Operating reliability. Personnel safety. Availability. Flexibility. Economy. Ecology. Each Functional Unit is divided into 4 separate compartments, separated by metal partitions: Low voltage & operating mechanism. Busbars. Sealed-unit breakers or isolation switchgear, with operating device. Cables.

RAL 9005 (mimic diagram)

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1 8 2 3

5 6 6 4

Cutaway of an IS cubicle

Cutaway of a PF (Fuse Protection) cubicle

Cutaway of an PGCv cubicle

1 Low voltage cabinet 2 Rotating ISR switch-disconnector in a SF6 lled casing 3 Mimic diagram and operating mechanism compartment 4 Cable connections 5 Fuses 6 Cables compartment door, resistant to internal arcing 7 Vacuum circuit-breaker with protection equipment 8 Busbar

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Product description

Protection index ip
Busbar compartment: IP3X Fuse compartment: IP3X Operating mechanisms and low voltage compartment: IP2XC Cables connection compartment: IP3X

Operating conditions
Temperature Classication: -5 C Indoor Ambient Temperature: From -5 to +40 C Options available for down to -25C and for tropical conditions Average value over 24 hours (max.): +35 C Maximum altitude for installation above sea level: 1000 m Higher altitudes on request.
A heater element is required for use in a tropical environment

Identication plate
An identication plate is tted to each cubicle. This is used to assure traceability and to identify the individual characteristics of the cubicle itself.

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Fluokit range

A wide range of functions

The Fluokit has a very wide range of functions.

Name of functions
IS Cable incoming or outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector PF Outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector fuse associated PFA Outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector fuse combination LD Direct input LST Direct incoming feeder with earthing switch PGc Busbar coupling LR Busbar-riser PGC Outgoing feeder with disconnectable circuit-breaker PGCw Outgoing feeder with withdrawable circuit-breaker PGCv Outgoing feeder with vacuum circuit-breaker PGB General busbar protection PBB General busbar protection 1250A TM Voltage transformer with disconnector LVT Cable voltage measurement LC Busbar current metering LT Busbar voltage metering LCT Busbar voltage & current metering LCVT Cable voltage and busbar current measurement SP Surge arresters with disconnector LP Surge arresters without disconnector DD Double derivation with automatic source selection NS Main/stand-by with automatic source selection

Main and stand-by operations


The Main/Stand-by function provides an automatic transfer of the load from the 'main' source to a 'Stand-by' source in the event of a loss in voltage from the former. It will automatically return to the main source once the voltage has been denitively restored.

Busbar connections
Connections can be established to all existing equipment of a similar construction (addition of base unit, top box or even ducting).

Old and new versions connected

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Fluokit range

A wide range of functions

Example congurations in electrical networks


The wide range of Fluokit functions and its modularity make it a versatile product, capable of handling a wide range of applications.

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Residential area Substation

Infrastructure Substation

Low voltage measurement of consumer

Low Voltage distribution network

Primary distribution substation

Medium Voltage distribution network Wind farm Substation Industry Substation

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Private medium voltage network Switchgear inside the wind tower

A Fluokit switchboard in an airport delivery substation


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A Fluokit switchboard in a shipping container

Switchboard in a wind farm's collector substation 9

Fluokit range

A wide range of functions

Functions Names

Cable incoming or outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector IS

Outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector fuse combination PF

Outgoing feeder with switch-disconnector fuse combination PFA

Direct input

Direct incoming feeder with earthing switch LST

LD

Mimic diagrams

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FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

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Front view

Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

375 850 1072 1610

500 850 1072 1610

375 850 1072 1610

500 850 1072 1610

375 850 1072 1610

500 850 1072 1610

375 850 1072 1610

500 850 1072 1610

375 850 1072 1610

500 850 1072 1610

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1950

110

120

125

135

125

135

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120

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A wide range of functions

Fonctions

Busbar couplings

Bus-riser

Outgoing feeder with disconnectable circuitbreaker

Outgoing feeder with withdrawable circuit-breaker

Names

PGc

LR

PGC

PGCw

Mimic diagrams

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FLUOKIT M

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Front view

Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

375 850

375 850

500 850

750 850

875 850

1125 850

1250 850

875 850

1125 850

1250 850

1110 1610

1072 1610

1072 1610

1110 1610

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1110 1610

1110 1610

1120 1610

1120 1610

1120 1610

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240

100

110

410

460

510

610

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Fluokit range

A wide range of functions

Functions Names

Outgoing feeder with vacuum circuit-breaker PGCv

General busbar protection PGB

General busbar protection 1250A PBB

Mimic diagrams

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FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

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L3

Front view

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DISCHARGED

Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

750 850 1100 1610 1950 350

875 850 1100 1610 1950 416

750 850 1110 1610 1950 410

875 850 1110 1610 1950 460

1125 850 1110 1610 1950 510

1250 850 1110 1610 1950 610

1000 850 1110 1610 1950 600

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A wide range of functions

Functions Names

Voltage transformer with disconnector switch TM (Auxiliary supply or metering)

Cable voltage measurement LVT

Busbar current metering

Busbar voltage metering

LC

LT

Mimic diagrams

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Front view

Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

375 850 1072 1610 1950 195

500 850 1072 1610 1950 210

500 850 1072 1610 1950 210

500 850 1072

500 850 1072 1610

1950 200

1950 200

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Fluokit range

A wide range of functions

Functions Names

Busbar voltage & current metering LCT

Cable voltage and busbar current measurement LCVT

Lightning arresters with disconnector SP

Mimic diagrams

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

Front view

Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

500 850 1072

500 850 1072

500 850 1072 1610

750 850 1072 1610 1950

1000 850 1072 1610 1950

1950

1950

1950

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300

160

310

450

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A wide range of functions

Functions Names

Lightning arresters without disconnector LP

Double derivation with automatic source selection DD

Normal/Backup with automatic source selection NS

Mimic diagrams

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

FLUOKIT M

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L2

L3

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L2

L3

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L2

L3

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L2

L3

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Width (mm) Depth at oor level (mm) Overall Depth (mm) Height standard Height with deector or LV box on the roof Weight (kg)

500 850 1072 1610 1950 150

2 cubicles x 375 850 1072 1610 1950 2 x 110 = 220

2 cubicles x 500 850 1072 1610 1950 2 x 120 = 240

2 cubicles x 375 850 1072 1610 1950 2 x 110 = 220

2 cubicles x 500 850 1072 1610 1950 2 x 120 = 240

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Fluokit range

Switchboard equipment

IS Interrupting mechanisms:
ISR switch-disconnector Disconnector Type FP SF6 disconnectable circuitbreaker Type FP SF6 withdrawable circuit-breaker Type VEI vacuum disconnectable circuitbreaker Fuses Busbar Fuse compartment Earthing switch Type FDw fuses (with striker) Type FNwP fuses (with striker) Type FNw fuses (without striker) Type FT fuses (without striker) Busbar/cable connections Type VPIS voltage indicator Cable connections (bolted)

PF

PFA

LD

LST

PGc

LR

PGC

PGCw

PGCv

PGB

PBB

(Associated)

(Combined)


IS


PGCw


PF


PFA


LD


LST

PGc

LR


PGC


PGCv PGB PBB

Transformers:
DCT cable protection & measurement CT cable protection & measurement CT busbar measurement VT cable protection & measurement VT busbar measurement Toroidal type

Coil type

Equipement:
Surge arresters Heating resistor Small LV box on front panel Large LV box on front panel Cable inspection through infrared window (IAC 16 kA) Side cable outgoing (no internal arc withstand) Top cable feeder box, width 500 mm (no Internal arc withstand) Base 400 mm Base 700 mm Cubicle lighting / Large LV cabinet Auxiliary power transformer

: Fitted as standard : Optional

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Fluokit range

Switchboard equipment

TM Interrupting mechanisms:
ISR switch-disconnector Disconnector Type FP SF6 disconnectable circuitbreaker Type FP SF6 withdrawable circuitbreaker Type VEI vacuum disconnectable circuitbreaker Fuses Busbar Fuse compartment Earthing switch Type FDw fuses (with striker) Type FNwP fuses (with striker) Type FNwP fuses (without striker) Type FT fuses (without striker) Busbar/cable connections Type VPIS voltage indicator Cable connections (bolted)
(VT protection)

LVT

LC

LT

LCT

LCVT

SP

LP

DD

NS

(VT protection)

(VT protection)

(VT protection)

(VT protection)


TM LVT LC LT LCT LCVT SP LP DD


NS

Transformers:
DCT cable protection & measurement Toroidal type

CT cable protection Coil type & measurement CT busbar measurement VT cable protection & measurement VT busbar measurement

Equipement:
Surge arresters Heating resistor Small LV box on front panel Large LV box on front panel Cable inspection through infrared window (IAC 16 kA) Side cable outgoing (no internal arc withstand) Top cable feeder box, width 500 mm (no Internal arc withstand) Base 400 mm Base 700 mm Cubicle lighting / Large LV cabinet Auxiliary power transformer

: Fitted as standard : Optional

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Operating

Operation of the user interface

Operation of the user interface


Thanks to a clear mimic diagram and an integrated functional diagram, the user interface is designed for safe and secure operation. Each switching device is equipped with an access point for the control lever and an indicator of the mechanical position. The actuator levers and cable / transformers access doors can be locked in place using locks or padlocks (optional).

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1 Operating hub for spring release switch 2 Switch position indicator 3 Lock to hold the switch-disconnector 'closed'
(or pre-cut hole for such a lock)

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3 9 5 5 4 11 6 13 8 10

4 Rotating padlockable latch controlling the


blanking plate over the switch operating hub

5 Location of the switch lock holding the switch


in its open position

6 Switch-disconnector operating lever hub 7 Type of mechanical control 8 Earthing switch position indicator 9 Location of the lock with the earthing switch in
the open position

Cable incoming or outgoing feeder with switch disconnector (IS) with C 410 or CD 10 mechanism 18 2 16 3 5 4 6 14 Outgoing feeder with PFA combined fuse switch disconnector, tted with C 430 mechanism 18 2 16 1 5 4 6 17 14 Outgoing feeder with PFA combined fuse switch disconnector, tted with C 440 mechanism 7 12 9 8 10 11 15 13 7 12 9 8 10 11 15 13

10 Rotating padlockable latch controlling the


blanking plate over the earthing switch operating hub

11 Earthing switch operating lever hub with


safety blanking plate

12 Location of the lock with the earthing switch


in the closed position

13 Voltage presence indicator device 14 Push button used to open (or 'trip') the
switch-disconnector (padlockable)

15 Indicator device showing the status of the


fuses (normal / struck)

16 Indicator device showing the status of the


spring (primed or released)

17 Push button used to close (or 'engage') the


switch-disconnector (padlockable)

18 Location of the operations counter

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Operation of the user interface

23 22 21 20 16 18 22 19 18 Circuit-breaker section of an outgoing feeder with disconnectable FP SF6 circuit-breaker (PGC), tted with BLR or BLRM mechanism Circuit-breaker section of an outgoing feeder with disconnectable VEIVacuum circuit-breaker (PGCv), tted with a manual or motorised mechanism. 14 24 20 16

19 Operating lever hub for spring arming switch 20 Indicator device showing the status of the
circuit-breaker (open or closed)

21 Rotating control button used to open or close


the circuit-breaker

22 Rotating control button used to open or close


the circuit-breaker

23 Manual operating button lock 24 Push button used to close (or 'engage') the
circuit-breaker

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Operating

Interlockings

Interlocking of the functional units


During the development of the Fluokit switchboard, the accent was placed on personnel safety and the reliability of the operation. A locking system prevents any incorrect use. Thus, the operating levers can only be inserted if the service status permits it. Access to the cables compartment and to the fuses is only possible if the appropriate outgoing feeder is connected to earth. These switchboards are tted, as standard, with the following locks and conform to the recommendations of IEC 62271-200: Functional Unit with switch-disconnector and earthing switch or switch-disconnector fuse combination
Interrupting mechanism Position Interlock status

Switch-disconnector Locked open unlocked Locked open Locked if switch-disconnector is closed

Earthing switch Locked open unlocked unlocked unlocked, if earthing switch is closed and switch disconnector is open

Cables compartment panel or fuses Locked in position unlocked, if earthing switch closed unlocked Locked in position -

Closed Switch-disconnector Open Closed Earthing switch Open Removed Cables compartment door or fuses In place

Functional Unit tted with circuit-breaker, disconnector switch and earthing switch
Interlock status Interrupting mechanism Position

Disconnector
Open

Earthing switch Closed unlocked Open

Circuit-breaker Closed
Open - locked in place by key

Closed unlocked unlocked unlocked unlocked -

Cable compartment access panel

Open Disconnector (DISC.) Closed Open Earthing switch (ES) Closed

unlocked locked

unlocked locked -

unlocked -

unlocked unlocked unlocked unlocked

locked unlocked

Unlocked if Open ES is open locked in locked, if ES place by is closed key Circuit-breaker

unlocked

Unlocked if DISC. is open locked, if unlocked DISC. is closed Unlocked if DISC. is open locked, if unlocked DISC. is closed

Closed

locked

locked

The circuit-breaker can be freely operated if the disconnector has been opened and the earthing switch is closed.

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Interlockings

Lock and key references:

Operating interlocks
During the development of the Fluokit switchboard, the accent was placed on personnel safety and the reliability of the operation. The operational interlocks x the sequence of operations and lockouts during normal and failsafe operating modes. The interlocks are provided by a combination of locks and keys. The following examples are for the most commonly used operating interlocks only. For any other interlock, ask us for details or see the documentation provided with the order.

Key absent.

Key free tted


1

Key captive

MV/MV ring interlock


On switch-disconnector cubicles Principle: When associated with two interlocked functional units, it links the closure of the earthing switch on one of the FUs to the opening of the switch disconnector on the other.

MV/MV ring interlock


MV/MV ring interlock On switch-disconnector cubicles

On circuit-breaker cubicles Principle: When associated with two functional units, it links the closure of the earthing switch on one of the FUs to the opening of the linedisconnector switch on the other.

1 A1

2 A2

Non-return interlock HV/LV/TRANS


Principle: Stops access to the inside of the functional unit and transformer when the MV breaking device is closed, the earthing switch is open and the main LV CB is closed.

A1

A2

MV/MV ring interlock On circuit-breaker cubicles Locks A1 and A2: Functional interlocks Locks 1 & 2: Operating interlocks

A1

A1

1 2 2 2 2

On fused disconnector switch cubicles

On circuit-breaker cubicles

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Technical characteristics

Electrical and mechanical characteristics


Cubicle technical characteristics (As per IEC 62 271-200)

Rated Voltage (kV)


Rated withstand voltage Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage (kVc) 50 Hz 1 min. (kVrms) Short time current IS/PF/PFA PGB/PGC/TM/SP/PGCv RMS value (kA / 1s) LST/LR/LD LC/LT/LCT/LP IS/PF/PFA PGB/PGC/TM/SP/PGCv Peak value (kApeak) LST/LR/LD LC/LT/LCT/LP Rated cubicle current (A) IS/LR/LST/LD/PGCv PF/PFA LC/LT/LCT/SP/LP PGB/PGC TM Busbar rated current (A) Internal arc resistance (kA 1 s) IEC 62 271-200 Earthing switch making capacity (kApeak) IS/LST/LR/PGC/PGCv Earthing Switch downstream Casing protection: (3) Approximate heat energy dissipation (W/Cubicle) IS/LR/LST/TM PF/PFA (avec fusibles 43A) PGB PGC/PGCv Forces on the ground (daN) PGB/PGC/PGCv Other cubicles (exc. LR)
(1) (2) (2) (4) 3 s. possible. 2 s. possible Mechanism covers - IP 2XC For other IPs - ask for details. Weight of cubicle not included

7.2

12

17.5

24

directly earthed on the sectionalized distance Isolation Disconnection

60 70 20 23 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5 - 16 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 400 - 630 200 400 - 630 1250 50 400 - 630 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 2.5 2.5 IP3X 40 280 350 250 450(4) 80(4)

75 85 28 32 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5 - 16 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 400 - 630 200 400 - 630 1250 50 400 - 630 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 2.5 2.5 IP3X 40 280 350 250 450(4) 80(4)

95 110 38 45 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5 - 16 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 400 - 630 200 400 - 630 1250 50 400 - 630 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 2.5 2.5 IP3X 40 280 350 250 450(4) 80(4)

125 145 50 60 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5(1) - 16(1) 20(2) - 25 12.5 - 16 20 - 25 31.5 - 40 50 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 31.5 - 40 50 - 63 400 - 630 200 400 - 630 1250 50 400 - 630 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20

31.5 - 40 50 2.5 2.5 IP3X 40 280 350 250 450(4) 80(4)

PF/PFA PGB + TM

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Electrical and mechanical characteristics


ISR switch-disconnector (As per IEC 62271-102)

Rated Voltage
Rated permanent current Breaking capacity Cos = 0.7 Breaking capacity No load cables No load transformer Capacitors, single battery Rated short circuit closing capacity Operating duration (average) Opening (shunt tripping coil) Opening (Undervoltage tripping coil) Arc Closing Mechanical endurance Electrical endurance Relative pressure measured at 20C

(kV)
(A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (kAc) (ms) (ms) (ms) (ms) (C/O) (C/O at In) (MPa)

12
400 - 630 400 - 630 16 16 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 50 Vac=100 / Vdc=50 10 15 50 1000 100 0.045

17.5
400 - 630 400 - 630 16 16 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 50 Vac=100 / Vdc=50 10 15 50 1000 100 0.045

24
400 - 630 400 - 630 16 16 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 50 Vac=100 / Vdc=50 10 15 50 1000 100 0.045

The electrical endurance of an ISR


1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500

Number of breaks

400 300 200 100 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 70 0 800

Cut-off current (A)

Switch-disconnector fuse combined ISR (As per IEC 62271-105)


Rated Voltage
Transitory currents Opening time following striker actuation

(kV)
(A) (ms)

12
2000 44

17.5
1600 44

24
1200 44

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ORTHOFLUOR FP SF6 circuit-breaker (As per IEC 62271-100)

Rated Voltage
Rated permanent current Breaking capacity Breaking capacity No load cables No load lines Capacitors, (single batteries) Rated short circuit closing capacity Operating duration (average) Opening (shunt tripping coil) Opening (Undervoltage tripping coil) Arc Closing Rated operating sequence Mechanical endurance Electrical endurance Relative pressure measured at 20C

(kV)
(A) (kA) (A) (A) (A) (kAc) (ms) (ms) (ms) (ms)

12
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 10 780 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 45 Vac=110 / Vdc=60 20 80

17.5
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 10 780 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 45 Vac=110 / Vdc=60 20 80

24
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25 31.5 10 780 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 45 Vac=110 / Vdc=60 20 80

O - 3 min - CO - 3 min - CO O - 0.3 s - CO - 3 min - CO O - 0.3 s - CO - 15 s - CO (C/O) (C/O at In) (MPa) 5000 5000 0.35 5000 5000 0.35 5000 5000 0.35

VEIVacuum L circuit-breaker (As per IEC 62271-100)


Rated Voltage
Rated permanent current Breaking capacity Breaking capacity No load cables No load lines Capacitors (single batteries) Rated short circuit closing capacity Operating duration (average) Opening (shunt tripping coil) Opening (Undervoltage tripping coil) Arc Closing Rated operating sequence Mechanical endurance Electrical endurance 1) 10,000 manoeuvres optional ask for details (F/O) (F/O In) (ms) (ms) (ms) (ms) 20 28 290 10 35 42 20 28 290 10 35 42 20 28 290 10 35 42 (A) (A) (A) (kAc) 25 25 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 25 25 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63 25 25 400 31.5 - 40 - 50 - 63

(kV)
(A) (kA)

12
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25

17.5
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25

24
400 - 630 - 1250 12.5 - 16 - 20 - 25

O - 0.3 s - CO - 3 min - CO O - 0.3 s - CO - 15 s - CO 2000 1) 2000


1)

2000 1) 2000
1)

2000 1) 2000 1)

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Selection of operating mechanisms


Earthing switch Type of operating mechanism Functions IS PF PFA TM LST LR PGB PGC PGCv ES ES Disc Disc+ ES Disc FP circuitbreaker with SF6 gas insulation CD 10SC CD 10SB CD 10M C 410M C 430M C 440M VEIVacuum Vacuum L circuitbreaker Motorized Manual

C 410XS

C 410S

Disc ES

Disc ES

BLRM

CD 10

C 410

C 430

C 440

BLR

Disc + ES

Legend : ES = Earthing switch ; Disc = Disconnector ; : Standard equipment ; = Optional

Standard operating mechanism equipment


Circuitbreaker - FP CD 10SC C 410XS CD 10M C 410M C 430M C 440M C 410S Type of operating mechanism CD 10SB BLRM CD 10 C 410 C 430 C 440 VEIVacuum-L circuit-breaker Manual Motorized

Manual opening and closing Optical position indicators Motorization Shunt tripping coil 2nd coil Undervoltage tripping coil Striker Closure Coil Operating counter Anti-pumping Auxiliary contacts available 2 O/C Switch-disconnector position 3 O/C 4 O/C Spring armed position Blown MV fuses signalling Earthing switch position 1 O/C 1 O/C 2 O/C 4 O/C 2 NO / 2 NC Circuit-breaker position 4 NO + 4 NC 7 NO + 8 NC

BLR

: Standard equipment ; : Optional


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Operating mechanisms for ISR switch-disconnector
Operating principle The operating mechanisms used are stored-energy type. The energy required to operate them is stored in a compressed spring. The manoeuvre, independent of operator involvement, takes place once a dead-point is reached, either by pressing a local button, activating an electro-magnet or a fuse striker actuating a latch.

Type C 410XS* C 410 C 410S CD 10 CD 10SC CD 10SB C 410M CD 10M C 430

Operating Principles 'Dead-point' mechanisms The load-break or earthing switch mechanism is operated manually by the operator. The change in state is independent of the operator. * Mechanism tted to certain earthing switches. Motorised mechanism. The change of state is controlled by a motor, without duration or time delay constraints (operating time <7 seconds). Tripping point mechanism for closure and latch for opening The operator arms the mechanism, closing the circuit. This is then ready for a rapid (<100 ms) opening, triggered by an electromagnet, fuse striker or local pushbutton control. C 430 Motorised mechanism The closing operation is controlled by a motor (<10 seconds) Latched open and closed mechanism The operator manually changes the armed status of the mechanism, storing sufcient energy to carry out two status change operations (closure and opening) without further intentional delay in a short time (<100 ms), opening triggered by electro-magnets, local push buttons or a fuse striker. C 440 Motorised mechanism The arming operation is controlled by a motor (<10 seconds)

Use Standard equipment on incoming and outgoing feeders

Remotely controlling a switch

- Tripping of a switch on blowing of one or more fuses (protecting a load using combined fuses). - Tripping of a switch-disconnector by the action of a transformer protection relay - Opening of a switch-disconnector during a voltage drop. Remotely controlling a fused-switch All network operations and blown fuse triggering where a short C/O cycle is required.

C 430 M C 440

C 440 M

All cases as above where, in addition to the C/O cycle, complete automation is required.

NOTE: The operating mechanisms include both the opening and closing mechanisms for earthing switches. Closure is independent of an operator. The positions of the earthing switch are always visible through the inspection ports on the front of the cubicle. IMPORTANT: All operating mechanisms are interchangeable. A mechanism change can be carried out with the switchdisconnector energised.

Operating diagram
Orders Mechanism Armed Unarmed Switch-disconnector Armed Unarmed
< 7s. < 100 ms. < 10s. < 100 ms. < 100 ms.

C 410 / CD 10 Lever

C 410M / CD 10M Motor


M M

C 430

C 430M

C 440

C 440M

.. ..

< 10 s.

. .

< 100 ms.

< 100 ms.

..

< 100 ms.

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Operating mechanisms for orthouor fp circuitbreakers ORTHOFLUOR FP
These operating mechanisms use the energy stored by springs to close and open the circuit-breaker. There are two types:

BLR: BLR: The operator manually executes a manoeuvre to prime the


control mechanisms spring. The spring is held in place by a latch, freed manually by a mechanical button, causing: The release of the spring, The closing of the CB, The arming of the trip spring, which is then held in place by a latch. It is thus possible to open the circuit-breaker by freeing the trip spring latch manually (mechanical button) or electrically (electro-magnet). Note: With the circuit-breaker closed it is possible to rearm the closing spring, which authorises a rapid re-closure cycle.

BLRM: A motorised BLR mechanism.


The closing spring is armed by a motor (arming time <15 s). The closure and opening are carried out electrically (electro-magnets). Note: It is possible to manually arm, close and trip the circuit-breakers.

VEIVacuum L circuit-breaker operating mechanisms


These operating mechanisms use the energy stored by springs to close and open the circuit-breaker. There are two types:

Manual: The operator manually executes a manoeuvre to prime the


control mechanisms spring. The spring is held in place by a latch, freed manually by a mechanical button, causing: The release of the spring, The closing of the circuit-breaker. The arming of the trip spring, now held in place by a latch. It is thus possible to open the circuit-breaker by freeing the trip spring latch manually (mechanical button) or electrically (electro-magnet). Note: With the circuit-breaker closed it is possible to rearm the closing spring, which authorises a rapid re-closure cycle. Motorised: The closing spring is armed by a motor (arming time <15s). Opening and closure operations are carried out electrically (electromagnets). Note: - It is possible to manually arm, close and trip the circuit-breakers.

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ISR switch-disconnector
Vdc
Rated Supply Voltage Re-arming motor Voltage range Max. absorbed power C 410M C 430M / C 440 M CD 10 M (A) (s) (V) (% of Un) 24 - 48 - 110 - 125 - 220 85 to 110 111 W 144 W <30 W 18 - 9 - 5 <8

Vac
120 - 230 85 to 110 156 VA 141 VA
DC to AC converter required

Inrush current Reset time Tripping Coil Shunt tripping coil Voltage variation range Power consumption Minimum impulse duration (ms) Undervoltage tripping coil Closing voltage variation range Tripping voltage Power consumption Closing Coil Voltage variation range Power consumption Minimum impulse duration Auxiliary contacts Rated current Breaking capacity Breaking capacity (220 Vdc Cos =0.3 A)

1,5 - 1 <8

(% of Un) W/VA (ms) (% of Un) (% of Un) W/VA (% of Un) W/VA (ms) (A) (A)

70 to 110 80 100 35 to 85 70 to 35 18 to 23 85 to 110 80 100 16 0,4/110 V (L/R = 10 ms)

85 to 110 80 100 35 to 85 70 to 35 18 to 23 85 to 110 80 100 16 16

Orthouor FP (SF6) circuit-breaker


Vdc
Rated Supply Voltage Re-arming motor Voltage range Max. absorbed power Inrush current Reset time Tripping Coil shunt tripping coil Voltage variation range Absorbed power Minimum impulse duration On undervoltage Closing voltage variation range Tripping voltage Absorbed power Closure Coil Voltage variation range Absorbed power Minimum impulse duration Auxiliary contacts Rated current Breaking capacity (V) (% of Un) W/VA (A) (s) 24 - 48 - 60 - 110 - 125 - 220 85 to 110 230 25 <15

Vac
120 - 230 85 to 110 230 25 <15

(% of Un) W/VA (ms) (% of Un) (% of Un) W/VA (% of Un) W/VA (ms) (A) (A)

70 to 110 80 100 35 to 85 70 to 35 24 85 to 110 80 100 15 10/48 V (L/R = 10 ms)

85 to 110 80 100 35 to 85 70 to 35 24 85 to 110 80 100 15

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VEIVacuum-L Vacuum circuit-breaker


Vdc
Rated Supply Voltage Re-arming motor Voltage range Max. absorbed power Inrush current Reset time Trip Coil shunt tripping coil Voltage variation range (V) (% of Un) W/VA (A) (s) 24 - 48 - 110 - 125 - 220 85 to 110 100 3 A at 110 V 5

Vac
120 - 230 85 to 110 150 1.5 5

(% of Un)

Absorbed power

W/VA

Minimum impulse duration On undervoltage Closing voltage variation range Tripping voltage

(ms) (% of Un) (% of Un)

70 to 110 960 W @ 24 Vdc 470 W @ 48 Vdc 620 W @ 110 Vdc 521 W @ 125 Vdc 386 W @ 220 Vdc 300 >35 70 to 35 240 W - 4.6 W @ 24 Vdc 256 W - 4.7 W @ 48 Vdc 172 W - 4.0 W @ 110 Vdc 166 W - 4.2 W @ 125 Vdc 193 W - 3.5 W @ 220 Vdc 85 to 110 960 W @ 24 Vdc 470 W @ 48 Vdc 620 W @ 110 Vdc 521 W @ 125 Vdc 386 W @ 220 Vdc 300 10 1 -

85 to 110 502 VA @ 120 Vac 422 VA @ 230 Vac 300 >35 70 to 35 164 VA - 4.5 VA @ 120 Vac 266-4.1 VA @ 230 Vac

Absorbed power

W/VA

Closure Coil Voltage variation range

(% of Un)

85 to 110 502 VA @ 120 Vac 422 VA @ 230 Vac 300 10 10

Absorbed power

W/VA

Minimum impulse duration Auxiliary contacts Rated current Breaking capacity 110 Vdc (L/R = 10 ms) Breaking capacity 230 Vac Cos = 0.4

(ms) (A) (A) (A)

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Fuses compartment

Illustration of the various stages of tting a fuse to a PF cubicle

PF cubicle
The PF cubicle with HV fuse protection blows the fuse on detection of a fault current without opening the switch-disconnector. The other phases thus remain live.

PFA cubicle
The PFA cubicle with HV fuse protection combined with a switchdisconnector opens the switch disconnector if a fuse blows. Thus all phases are off-load. The fuse is dedicated to this purpose only and is tted with a striker, which, via rods, triggers the operating mechanism opening.

Fuse access
Two earthing switches are used to replace fuses without having to use auxiliary equipment: One with making capacity, upstream of the fuses, and One, without making capacity, downstream. The two earthing switches are operated simultaneously by a single springoperated mechanism. The interlocking guarantees maximum safety for the personnel during the replacement of fuses. The fuse compartment panel can only be opened if the cubicle has been earthed correctly. Inversely, the earthing can only be removed once the fuse compartment panel is closed and locked.
1

Replacement of fuses
Access to the fuses is via the front panel of the cubicle with the door to the cable compartment removed. When a fault causes the blowing of one or two fuses, the characteristics of the remaining fuses are decreased by the effects of the short circuit. It is thus recommended that you replace all three fuses in a cubicle (IEC 282-1).

Protecting capacity banks


Use fuses of a rated current value just above 1.8 x the rated current value for the capacitor bank.
2

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PFA fuse rating


This table covers PFA cubicles (combined fuse-switches - tripping on blown fuse) as per IEC 62 271-105. The PFA cubicles in the Fluokit range can handle two types of standard fuse: FNw as per UTE NFC 64.210. FD as recommended in IEC 282.1 - size DIN 43.625

FN or FD (Ferraz) fuse selection table (Updated: April 2010)


Type of Fuse
Fuse calibre (A)

Power of the transformer (kVA)

Un (kV) 25 5,5 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3

50 16 6,3 6,3 6,3

63 16 6,3 6,3 6,3

80 31,5 16 6,3 6,3

100 31,5 16 16 6,3

125 31,5 16 16 6,3

160 63 31,5 16 16

200 63 31,5 16 16

250 63 31,5 16 16

315 63 63 43 16

400 63 63 43 43

500

630

800

1000

1250

1500

1600

2000

2500

FNwp as per NF C13-100

10 15 20 3,3

63 43 43

63 43 43 43 43 63 43 63(2) 63

FNwp as per NF C13-200

5,5 6,6 10 15 20 3/3,3

Consult us 16 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 25 10 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 6,3 6,3 6,3 25 16 16 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 16 16 6,3 25 16 16 10 10 10 6,3 16 16 16 6,3 31,5 25 20 16 10 10 10 16 16 16 6,3 40 25 25 16 16 16 10 31,5 16 16 16 50 31,5 31,5 25 16 16 10 31,5 31,5 16 16 63(1) 40 31,5 25 16 16 16 31,5 31,5 16 16 80(1) 50 40 31,5 25 25 16 63 31,5 31,5 16 100(1) 63(1) 50 31,5 25 25 25 63 63 31,5 31,5 125(1) 80(1) 63 40 31,5 31,5 25 63 63 31,5 31,5 125(1) 100(1) 80 50 40 31,5 31,5 80 63 43 31,5 160(1) 125(1) 100 63 40 40 31,5 100 80 43 43 200(1) 125(1) 125 80 50 50 40 125 80 63 43 250(1) 160(1) 160 100 80 63 50 200(1&3) 160(1) 125 100 80 63 125 125 100 63 125 125(2) 100(2) 80 160 125(2) 125 100(2) 100(2) 100 63(2) 63 63

FDw as per DIN std

5,5 6/6,6 10/11 13,8 15 20/22

1) Calibre of fuses for motor start-ups, manufactured by Ferraz (Ref. aSJD or FD3M). 2) Calibres stated without overload Fuse calibre x 0.7 x operating voltage x 1.732 Possible overload: Power of the transformer (kVA)

3) Alternatively: SIBA fuse (Ref.: 30 110 14) 200 A, 442 mm All sizes are selected for:

Fuses suitable for cubicle installation (declassification coefficient of 0.7) Ambient temperatures of up to 40C Magnetic currents of 12 Ir for a max. of 0.1 s.

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PF fuse rating
This table covers PF cubicles (associated fuses - line-break switches; does not trip on blown fuse). The PF cubicles in the Fluokit range can handle two types of standard fuse: FNw as per UTE NFC 64.210. FD as recommended in IEC 282.1 - size DIN 43.625

FN or FD (Ferraz) fuse selection table (Updated: April 2010)


Type of Fuse

Fuse calibre (A)

Power of the transformer (kVA)

25 5,5 10 15 20 3,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3

50 16 6,3 6,3 6,3

63 16 6,3 6,3 6,3

80 31,5 16 6,3 6,3

100 31,5 16 16 6,3

125 31,5 16 16 6,3

160 63 31,5 16 16

200 63 31,5 16 16

250 63 31,5 16 16

315 63 63 43 16

400 63 63 43 43

500

630

800

1000

1250

1500

1600

2000

2500

FNwp (4) as per NF C13-100

63 43 43

63 43 43 43 43 63 43 63 63

FNwp (4) as per NF C13-200

5,5 6,6 10 15 20 3/3,3 5,5

Consult us 16 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 25 10 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 6,3 6,3 6,3 25 16 16 10 6,3 6,3 6,3 16 16 16 6,3 25 16 16 10 10 10 6,3 16 16 16 6,3 31,5 25 20 16 10 10 10 16 16 16 6,3 40 25 25 16 16 16 10 31,5 16 16 16 50 31,5 31,5 25 16 16 10 31,5 31,5 16 16 63 40 31,5 25 16 16 16
(1)

31,5 31,5 16 16 80 50 40 31,5 25 25 16


(1)

63 31,5 31,5 16 100


(1)

63 63 31,5 31,5 125


(1)

63 63 31,5 31,5 125


(1)

80 63 43 31,5 160
(1)

100 80 43 43 200
(1)

125 80 63 43 250
(1)

100 63 63 63

63(1) 50 31,5 25 25 25

80(1) 63 40 31,5 31,5 25

100(1) 80 50 40 31,5 31,5

125(1) 100 63 40 40 31,5

125(1) 125 80 50 50 40

160(1) 160 100 80 63 50

200(1&3) 160(1) 125 100 80 63 125 125 100 63 200(1) 125 125
(2)

FDw as per DIN std

6/6,6 10/11 13,8 15 20/22

250(1) 160 125(2) 125 100(2) 100(2)

100(2) 80

1) Calibre of fuses for motor start-ups, manufactured by Ferraz (Ref. aSJD or FD3M). 2) Calibres stated without overload Fuse calibre x 0.7 x operating voltage x 1.732 Possible overload: Power of the transformer (kVA)

3) Alternatively: SIBA fuse (Ref.: 30 110 14) 200 A, 442 mm 4) If FN-type fuses are used you must take the fuse-blown indicator option. All sizes are selected for:

Fuses suitable for cubicle installation (declassification coefficient of 0.7) Ambient temperatures of up to 40C Magnetic currents of 12 Ir for a max. of 0.1 s.
Note: You must use a 500 mm wide PF cubicle if the heat dissipated by the fuse is greater than 88 W at 0.7 Ir. The Ferraz fuses in this table are not concerned.

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Low voltage equipment

Voltage detection systems


A VPIS (Voltage Presence Indicator System) indicates that the cubicle is energized. An auxiliary unit can be coupled up using contacts

VPIS, Voltage Detection Integrated System

Short circuit indicator


Cubicles with outgoing feeders can be equipped, as an option, with DAX-I short circuit indicators (manufacturer: Schneider Electric). Other brands are available on request. The short circuit indicators are parameterized as follows depending on their type: Detection of earth and phase faults. Fault current measurement range: 100 to 1000 A. Earth fault current measurement range: 5 to 160 A. Reaction time: 40 to 999 ms. Manual or automatic reset. Autonomous power supply using a battery with a 10-year service life. Remote signalling contact, CTOS toroidal type transformers acting as sensors for the short circuit indicators are installed on the cables. The DAX-I is integrated into the front panel in the low voltage part. The DAX is integrated into the substation.

DAX-I short circuit indicator.

DAX short circuit indicator

Monitoring devices
The DMX is used to monitor various pieces of digital data transmitted by the substation. This device can, notably, process status information from the MV/LV transformer, including temperatures, oil levels, etc. and transmit trip orders and/or alarms depending on its pre-dened conguration. The RS485 connection and Modbus protocol means that the DMX can be fully controlled from a distance.
Monitoring devices

Directional short circuit indicator (D4X)


The D4X detects and shows the direction of a fault along the MV network. This information is available internally (relays) and externally (green/red indicators) and is used to provide a rapid location of a faulty section. Its digital technology makes it very exible. The D4X is installed within the substation on compensated neutral networks.

Directional short circuit indicator D4X

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Equipment

Relays

The Fluokit can be tted with any type of relay. Below is a non-exhaustive list of the functions of the most commonly tted relays.

MiCOM P121

MiCOM P122

MiCOM P124 Self Power

MiCOM P124 Dual Power

MiCOM P127

MiCOM P922 & P922G 4 3 4 5 8

CT inputs VT inputs Isolated bre-optic inputs (max) Output contacts (max)


1 1

MiCOM P120

Functions

2 5

2 5

3 7 2 1

5 7 1

7 9

Low energy striker trip output Bi-stable electro-magnetic ags Protection Max single-phase or earth current Max 3-phase current Earth fault Directional - phase Directional - earth Directional earth (sensitive) Directional homopolar power metering Restricted earth protection Max inverted current Thermal overload Low current trip Max/min voltage Max residual voltage Max/min frequency Locking Directional - power protection CB failure Auto-recloser Conductor broken Closes under load Closes on fault Circuit-breaker surveillance Trip circuit monitoring Direct, inverse and homopolar voltage TCS 47/27D SOTF 50/51P/N 50/51P 50/51N 67P 67N 67N 67W 64 46 49 37 27/59 59N 81O/U 86 32 50BF 79 46BC

1: Certain relays can have a maximum number of inputs/outputs, which are limited when used in certain combinations.

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VPR-SP1 Self Power 4 1 1 external

Equipment

Relays

Protection relays without an auxiliary power supply


Protective equipment, which does not require an auxiliary power supply, can be installed inside the PGB or PGC cubicles. This device conforms to IEC 62271 and comprises: A digital protection relay, supplied by its own current transformers, A low energy striker, linked to the relays, responsible for tripping the operating mechanism, 2 test terminal blocks for the injection of a secondary current.

Protection relays with an auxiliary power supply


Protective equipment, which does require an auxiliary power supply can be installed inside the PGB or PGC cubicles. This device conforms to IEC 62271 and comprises: A digital protection relay, supplied from an auxiliary supply source, A low energy striker or shunt coil or undervoltage coil can be linked to the relay responsible for tripping the operating mechanism. 2 test terminal blocks for the injection of a secondary current.

Auto-supplied protection relays VPR-SP1 for PGCv


50/50N, 51/51N CT: 40/1 A, 10P20, 0.2 VA 80/1 A, 10P20, 0.2 VA 250/1 A, 5P20, 0.3 VA 300/1 A, 10P30, 0.5 VA 1250/1 A, 5P20, 0.3 VA

Low-voltage cabinets
Two sizes of LV cabinet are available. Therefore, there are two gures for cubicle height:

Standard Optional

Max. height: 1950 mm

Max. height: 1609 mm

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Relays

VPR-SP1 relay characteristic graphs

Pre-dened time
1000

Normal Inverse

100

0.5 0.

I>

2.5

100

10

a= t[s]
10
10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.4

t[s]
1

300 tI >

0.04 1.0 0.9 I>> 20 3 tI >>

0.1

1.0 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2

0.04
0.1

0.01

0.1

0.05

10

5 6 7 8 910

20

Extremely Inverse
10000

Very Inverse
1000

1000

100
100

t[s]

10

t[s] 10
a=
10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.4 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2

a=
10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 3.0

0.1
0.05 0.1

2.0 1.4 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2

0.1
0.1 0.05

0.01

5 6 7 8 910

20

5 6 7 8 910

20

Long Inverse
100

RI Inverse

10000

a=
1000
10
10.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0

100

a=
10.0 8.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.05

t[s]

t[s]

10

1.0 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2

0.1

0.05

0.1

5 6 7 8 910

20

0.1

5 6 7 8 910

20

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Equipments

Remote control & remote signalling


Remote control & remote signalling
Possible equipment levels for remote control and signalling are summarised in the table below. The levels correspond to the basic variants. Level 3 includes the control relays, local/remote selector switches and micro switches. Other documents covering the level of equipment for monitoring (Lvl 1) and integrated remote control & monitoring (Lvl 3) are available on request.

Conventional Action No signalling at the terminal Equipment level 0

Signalling at a terminal block Not applicable: Signalling and motor control at the terminal Signalling and motor control management via the power relays

Remote control system with modem - to control and monitor the switchboard via communications systems such as telephones, optical bre networks, or GSM networks.

Automated substation using Fluokit

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Overall dimension drawings

IS cubicle

PGB cubicle: 875 mm wide

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Overall dimension drawings

Disconnectable PGC cubicle: 750 mm wide

PGCv cubicle

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Overall dimension drawings

PFA cubicle: 375 mm wide

Space required to remove fuses after adjustment of the fuse mounting crosspiece.

Altitude Altitude

TM cubicle: 500 mm wide

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HV cable and connector compartment

Below we describe the connections of cables to Fluokit cubicles. When tting optional extras, ask us for more information. HT cable connections use dry cables tted with short (EUIC) or normal (EUI) end pieces. Two types of cable can be connected: Single-pole cable as per IEC 60 502 3-pole cable as per IEC 60 502

Maximum cable connection capacity


Cubicle Singlepole cable Number of cables per phase cable cross-section (mm) Short end pieces (EUIC) Normal end pieces (EUI) Threepole cable Number of cables per phase cable cross-section (mm) Short end pieces (EUIC) Normal end pieces (EUI)(4)
(1) Width of cubicle: IS / LST = 500 mm / PGC = 875 mm (2) for end pieces without fins

IS/LST/LD 1 240 400 1(3) 240 240 2(1) 240(2) 1 240 -

PGC 2(1) -

PF/PFA 1 95 -

(3) For PGC cubicle: Cable splits in three in the cable trough (4) For PGC cubicle: Tank fitting ask for details.

Connection and clamping of cables as per the following table


Type of cubicle Connection Dim a (mm) Cable clamping Short ends dim b (mm) 475 0 0 0 0 Normal ends dim c (mm) 260 Dimension d (mm) 185 185 200 200 200 200 Dimension x (mm) 190 190 220 220 220 220

IS/LST PF/PFA PGC PGC (with ring CT core) PGCv (with CT on pole) PGCv (with coil-type CT)

908 370 340 675 668 378

x x d

a b c P R

Depth of cable trough and curvature as per table on next page


Single-pole cable Cable cross-section (mm) 50 95 150 240 300(1) 400
(1)

Three-pole cables P (mm) 600 700 800 900 R (mm) 600 700 800 900 -

P (mm) 450 450 600 600 600 600

R (mm) 450 450 600 600 600 600

Plan of connection

Base
A base of 400 mm high can be added.

(1): Cables with copper/aluminium end pieces

400 mm

Installation on a 400 mm high base

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Installation and protection against internal arcing


The installation of the cubicles, within a substation, must take into account the size restrictions set by the type of equipment required to protect personnel against internal arcing. Standard description for internal arc protection: F: Protected from the front L: Lateral protection R: Protected from the rear

Protection against internal arcing


Depending on the protection against internal arcing selected, additional elements may be tted to the cubicle: Lateral partitions Hot gas cooling grilles Deectors to duct and discharge hot gases. The size and location of the cubicle may vary depending on the type of protection chosen.

Installations with internal arc protection equipment


Dimensions (mm) Cubicle Type of protection 12,5 kA AF 0,7 s 16 kA AF 1 s ; AFL 1 s 20 kA AF 1 s ; AFL 1 s 12,5 kA ; 16 kA ; 20 kA AFLR 1 s 25 kA AF 1 s
100 100 250 No restrictions 500

d1 IS / PFA / TM
1972 1972 2122 No restrictions 2372

d2 PGB / PGC / PGCv


2210 2210 2360 No restrictions 2610

d3 IS / PFA / TM
800 800 800 800 800

h PGB / PGC / PGCv


1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Mini. 2100 Mini. 2150 Mini. 2150 Mini. 2150 Mini. 2150

h1

h2

490 540 540 540 540

150 200 200 200 200

Installation drawing showing dimensions

400 mm

h1

Side panel optional for 20 kA

Large low-voltage cabinet (optional)

h2

Walk-in corridor

d1 d2

d3

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Example:
AF 12,5 kA 0,7 s
Rear deflectors Wall fixing bracket 20

490 mini.

End panel with rear strengtheners

Example:
AFL 12,5 kA 1 s AF 16 kA 1 s AFL 16 kA 1 s
60 200

Deflectors a=100

End panel with rear strengtheners

Example:
AF 20 kA 1 s AFL 20 kA 1 s
60 200 a=250

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Installation and protection against internal arcing

Example:
AF 25 kA 1 s

140 a=250 200 End panel with rear strengthener and internal insulating plate

Example:
AFLR 20 kA 1 s
Front arc deflectors

Side deflector

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Accessories

Accessories

Phase comparator unit for VPIS


This unit is used to check the concordance of the phases.

Fault detector cores


Designed to measure the phase or zero-phase sequence currents

Wall storage rack


To be tted within the substation, used to store the three spare fuses (not supplied) and the operating levers.

Operating lever
This lever is used to manipulate the switch-disconnectors, earthing switches and disconnectors.

Releasing lever
for C 440 operating mechanism.

Re-arming lever for FP circuit-breaker


This lever is used to manually re-arm the circuit-breaker operating mechanism.

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Handling and storage

Packaging and transport

Conditioning & packaging


The packaging of a Functional Unit for road and rail transport: Fixed on to a wooden pallet or bound by hoops, Covered by plastic sheeting, Protection of the front facing panel.

The packaging of a Functional Unit for air and maritime transport:

In a heat-welded plastic cover with desiccant sachets, Packed in ight cases.


Status of the equipment on delivery: 1: Switch-disconnector open, 2: Earthing switch closed.

FLUOKIT M

2 Handling
Road and rail packaging (500 kg max.): using a manually operated fork
lift truck.

It is imperative that the forks of the truck are fully engaged across the
entire width of the Functional Unit

Always be aware of the units centre of gravity when moving it (marked


on the casing).

Air and maritime transport packaging: Depending on the weight indicated


on the packing case, using a fork-lift.

It is imperative that the forks of the truck are fully engaged throughout
the entire width of the packing case.

Always be aware of the units centre of gravity when moving it (marked


on the casing).

1m min.

2 slings each one capable of supporting 1,000 kg. Remove the lifting parts after handling.

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Storage conditions

Storage conditions
Ensure that the material is suitably packaged for the requirements of the planned storage period. Preserve the equipment in its intact original factory packaging Avoid leaving the material where it is likely to be subjected to large, sudden temperature changes Ensure that there is a total absence of aggressive vapours.

+ 50 C

- 25 C

The area chosen for storage must be capable of protecting the products against possible damage due to deterioration agents, such as: Water Water vapour Saline atmosphere All types of pollution Micro-organisms.

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Environment

Sustainable development

Schneider has resolved to engage itself in a dynamic process of sustainable development through 6 commitments: To develop eco-design to reduce environmental impact of the products during their lifetime To reduce greenhouse effect gases related to SF6 To develop environmental management and safety To participate in the local economy To develop a responsible purchasing policy To minimise impact on the environment by offering solutions allowing renewable energies to be connected to electrical networks.

Eco-design and impact on the environment


Schneider Electric contributes efciently to worldwide savings in terms of energy resources. Fluokit replies to a high degree of ecological requirements related to environmental protection thanks to: The optimisation of consumption of materials and energy during manufacture The compliance with all ecological requirements during the service life of the product The use of materials that can be recycled for an efcient valorisation.

A responsible design
Our construction directives relating to an ecological design specify the use of materials that are easy to recycle and dismantle: The majority of the metals in a Fluokit switchboard can be recycled, as well as all thermosetting plastics and thermoplastics. All the materials have been selected and developed in such a way that, for instance, a switchboard affected by a re in a building has a minimal impact on the load of the re (development of heat and toxic substances in the emissions). Eco-declarations are available on request.

Environmental impact
The end-of-service life phase is considered a very important part of the life cycle of Schneider Electric products. The environmental impact inherent in the disposal of equipment is, sometimes, more polluting than that of the manufacturing, delivery or utilisation phases. European directives, such as WEEE, ELV and RoHS, have conrmed this point and all insist upon the recovery of waste products and their valorisation at the end of the equipments service life. Even though our switchgear is not covered by this legislation, Schneider Electric is willingly attempting to optimise recycling, the processing of waste and, as a consequence, the end of service life phase of our products, which is an integral part of the operating costs.

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End of service life processing

At the end of the Fluokits service life


The destruction of the Fluokit at the end of service life is possible. The separation of the elements making up the switchgear will be made: Either by disconnecting the mechanical linkages, Or, by dismantling, that is to say, by breaking or shearing the connections. To guarantee efcient and ecological sorting and elimination of the materials, all plastic components have been identied: A description of the materials is supplied to the customer with Information on the valorisation process, supplied to the companies in charge of the recycling.

End of service life processing


Schneider Electric can help you in your Fluokit end-of-service-life processing approach.

SF6 gas recovery


The volume of the insulating gas used in the Fluokit PGB corresponds to about 0.13 % of the total weight of the switchboard. At the end of the switchboards service life, in order to recycle the gas, it can be completely evacuated using a suitable recovery unit. And for this, the suppliers of the gas have developed an efcient recycling method.

Composition of the materials and valorisation at end of service life


After disassembly (or dismantling), the recovered elements must be forwarded for treatment in the following manner:

Waste processing
Type of Waste SF6 gas Steel & Stainless steel Non-ferrous metals Epoxy Resin Thermoplastics Molecular sieve Cables Destination Supplier Local recovery agent Local recovery agent Cement plant Local recovery agent Authorised network Local recovery agent Recommended processing Recovery, storage and regeneration Shredding, sorting and recycling Shredding, sorting and recycling Revalorisation at a lower added value Incineration Elimination Incineration Separation of sheathing and conductors

Soiled protective equipment Authorised network

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