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Transformers
Oil Instrument Transformers Dry Instrument Transformers Optical Sensors and Systems Distribution Transformers Distribution Transformer Components Small Power Transformers Medium and Large Power Transformers Components & Insulation Material

Industrial Products
Motors, Machines, and Generators Drives Industrial Controls Circuit Protective Devices Low-Voltage Network Quality Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment and Control Systems Switchgear OEM Components

Medium-Voltage Products
Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear IEC Switchgear and Motor Controls Switchgear Aftermarket Products and Services Switchgear OEM Components AC Drives Vacuum Circuit Breakers Distribution Reclosers Distribution Cutouts Disconnect Switches

High-Voltage Products
Power Circuit Breakers Disconnectors Earthing Switches Operating Mechanisms Surge Arresters

Metering, Protection, and Control
Electricity Meters Water Meters Protective Relays Power Monitoring and Control Distributed Control Systems Gas Analyzers

Transmission and Substation Systems
Conventional Substations Modular Substations Power Systems Switchgear Integration Systems Power Cables and Accessories

Power Quality
Power Quality Apparatus Capacitors Specialty Capacitors Capacitor Fuses

Information Management Software and Systems
Distribution Information Systems Business Management Systems

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Utilities Solutions
WHAT IS A SOLUTION?
Greater complexity in business, increasing operational challenges, industry-wide talent erosion and the integration of information technology and automation represent several of the issues and challenges facing electric, gas, and water utilities today. The mission of ABB is to help utility executives address these challenges and improve the competitiveness of our customers through enabling asset management capabilities and real-time productivity. We provide value for Utilities by helping customers Squeeze more out of their existing investments, Achieve the highest return on new investments and, Develop talent to improve their competitiveness and long-term success. Our domain expertise, understanding of utility systems industry knowledge and breadth of products, provides the tools needed to deliver solutions designed to enable our customer to effectively manage their assets to meet today’s challenges while preparing for the future. Solutions can be a product, system, service, or a combination of all Solutions are aimed at solving customer problems Solutions provide benefits to the customer through more productivity, efficiency and cost effectiveness Solutions give our customers competitive advantage through technology application and knowledge Solutions are co-created with a customer and cover all aspects of the relationship (i.e., commercial, operational, technical, financial, and social) Solutions are mass customized in one or more aspects Solutions involve taking managed risks and therefore include performance and/or risk based contracts

ABB’s Role for Utilities
Utility Customers
Electric Gas Water

As a Solution Provider Products
Speed and Quality
• Technology Leader • Streamlined availability: eCommerce, channel partners • Financing, Vendormanaged inventory • Standardized packages • Industrial IT Certified

Services Services
Localized Expertise
• • • • Responsive Reduced Total Cost Performance Based Diagnostic and Consulting Services • Complementary to both products and systems

Systems Systems
Assured Performance
• Modular • Project Management • Optimized Design / Performance Ratio • Financing • Increased Risk-Sharing • Industrial IT Architecture

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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PROVEN SOLUTIONS AND CAPABILITIES
ABB provides a host of solutions to meet a broad range of business challenges.

ABB Inc. Raleigh, NC +1-800-HELP-365

Emergency Response Solutions
• Strategically placed service centers • Equipment condition assessment and diagnostics • Access to ABB’s global and local resources

Field Service Solutions
• Testing and Diagnostics • Repair and Replacement • Maintenance • Emergency Response • Installation and Commissioning • Long-term Maintenance Agreements

Transmission Solutions
• Congestion Alleviation • Consulting • Commissioning • Facilities Management Engineering • Reliability Centered Maintenance • Project Management

Solutions and Knowledge-Based Services

Automated Utility/IT Solutions
• Integration of IT for Distribution Operations and Assets • Integration of IT for Transmission Operations and Assets • Integration of IT for Generation Operations and Assets • Integration of IT for Power and Transmission Operations and Assets • Integration of IT for Water and Gas Operations and Assets

Product Solutions
• Improving customer procurement logistics • Total product lifecycle costs • Matching equipment delivery with needs

Reliability and Load Solutions
• Concept Development, Design and Engineering • Installation,Test and Commissioning • Performance Contracting

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Utilities Services
ABB is dedicated to serving the electrical transmission and distribution infrastructure. Through a nationwide network of Regional Service Centers, ABB offers innovative strategies, both short-term and long-term, that are needed in today’s marketplace to make the most of available resources, reduce overall operating costs, and enhance service to utility and industrial customers. In addition to the regional service network, ABB brings focused product and system expertise from its manufacturing centers of excellence to solve any service-related issue with the highest degree of quality, reliability, and economic benefit to our customers.

Asset Management
At ABB, we believe that an integrated approach to asset management requires a series of building blocks. A comprehensive approach to managing the ABB asset is required. In an environment that requires a very firm connection between investment and performance, strategic tools are required to predict cost and manage risk. The foundation of this approach is a complete reassessment of the network and component assumptions accomplished through: System Diagnostic and Assessment Programs Life Extension Programs RCM Methodology Consultation and Program Development Inventory Management Asset Recovery O&M Contracts (Short or Long Term)

System Retrofits
Customer confidence in substation upgrade solutions is achieved by the analysis of the customer’s existing substation systems and components, resulting in specific modifications and upgrades to provide a desired level of capacity and reliability. ABB’s System Retrofit capabilities specifically include: Turnkey Design Engineering Material Supply Construction Commissioning Ongoing Service and Long-Term Maintenance These capabilities combine to provide customers with the following: Improved Reliability Extended Life of Equipment Ease of Operation More Reliable Operation with Elimination of Unplanned “Crisis” Events Lower Long-Term Costs Fast and Professional Implementation Optimized Asset Utilization Strategy and Plan Improved Performance and Reliability at Lower Costs

Diagnostic Tools
ABB has established two tools that are aimed at providing the ABB asset manager the information needed to intelligently plan their maintenance program. These are ePAT and CALPOS®-MAIN. ePAT is a data acquisition tool that allows utility personnel to easily be trained on capturing key equipment parameters using a Palm Pilot device. This diagnostic information is then integrated with system study data via our CALPOS®-MAIN software to produce an overall prioritization plan.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Services

Utilities Services
Testing and Diagnostics
Transformer Testing Circuit Breaker Testing Current and Instrument Transformer Testing Protective Relaying Testing and Calibration Electric Meter Testing and Calibration Cable Testing Battery Testing Protection and Control Testing and Checkout Insulating Fluid and Materials Testing Advanced Diagnostic Testing Thermographic Imaging

ABB Inc. Raleigh, NC +1-800-HELP-365 Regional Service Centers for Utilities Services are strategically placed at the following locations: Baton Rouge, LA Houston,TX Charlotte, NC Minneapolis, MN Chicago, IL San Francisco, CA Phoenix, AZ Philadelphia, PA Cleveland, OH St. Louis, MO Los Angeles, CA

Other Products and Services
In addition to the services relating to Asset Management, System Retrofits, and Maintenance, ABB offers expertise and experience in the following areas: Engineering Services Power System Studies Equipment Analysis Substation Design and Consultation Transmission and Distribution Line Design System Optimization Studies Project Activities Project Management Substation Construction and Retrofit Site Construction Management Site Commissioning Services Turnkey Equipment Installation and Retrofit Training Equipment Installation and Commissioning Training Operation and Maintenance Training Protective Relaying Courses Electrical Safety Training Parts Complete Line of Replacement Parts for All Electrical Equipment Retrofit and Redesigned Components for Obsolete Parts

ABB Electric Equipment Service
Distribution Transformer Power Transformers HV Circuit Breakers Generator Circuit Breakers Protective Relaying Switchgear Capacitors Reclosers Metering

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Utilities Service Network
ABB brings experience with installations from 4.16 kV to 1100 kV and completes over 500 projects every year for customers from utility, industrial, and independent power producer backgrounds via a network of Regional Service and Call Centers. We have service 7 days a week, 24 hours a day through our Call Center. The Call Center is able to handle parts and service orders, dispatch of personnel, quotations for services or parts, or technical information requests. The Call Center phone number is +1-800-HELP-365.

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Consulting
With office locations around the globe, ABB is well positioned to partner with various energy business sectors to help analyze a company’s systems and problems. ABB helps utilities, energy project developers, and large industrial and commercial customers through its expertise in Technical Consulting, Diagnostics and Asset Evaluation, IT Consulting, and Business Consulting areas. Our consultants benchmark, refine, and/or develop strategic business processes and plans that optimize the technical and financial impacts of new installations, conversions, modifications, and upgrades of energy systems. ABB consultants are acknowledged experts in a variety of areas, including transmission systems, distribution systems, asset evaluations, reliability/risk assessment, industrial systems, power generation, software, and training.

We offer our industry professionals, system knowledge, product expertise, and service competence in the areas of:

Technical Consulting
Planning, operation, and maintenance of transmission, distribution, and industrial power systems Analysis and modeling of new technologies and systems (HVDC, SVC and Facts Devices) Industry experts and software analysis tools for reliability, risk assessment, and asset management Education and training on advanced power systems concepts

IT Consulting
Tie-in between real time data and CMMS and ERP systems Consulting on increasing “workflow” between Operations and Maintenance Departments of Utilities Business process consulting for IT solutions Data-management and data-integration IT consulting

Diagnostics and Asset Evaluation
Development of RCM schemes Field audits Data-management of maintenance data Development of analytic techniques for diagnostics and field measurements Optimization of utility operating budgets

Business Consulting
Re-engineer and outsource the utility planning function Optimize the capital and operating budgets Tie-in between strategic consulting and physical asset evaluation Market design for the bulk transmission market Performance bases rate (PBR) analysis and design

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Consulting
SOFTWARE
Consulting utilizes many different software programs for system design and analysis. Some of the programs listed below are available for license or lease from ABB. Other internally developed (see following list) or commercially available programs (i.e. PSS/E or PSLF) are utilized on projects as required by our team of experts. Software development consulting services are always available for specialized applications in the analysis or operation of electrical systems. In-Network Analysis, Steady-State and Transient Stability, System Reliability, Budget Constrained Planning, Asset Data Management, Risk Management, and Load Forecasting. CALPOS® SUSAN Vision CADOPS® SIMPOW® FORESITE™ PAD

CAPABILITIES
Consulting conducts studies to solve diverse business process, energy market, electric system design, planning, and operations related problems, and provides system engineering and equipment application expertise.We help customers optimize the value of their energy assets and transactions, and to better design, plan, and operate those energy systems.These capabilities include, but are not limited to, the activity areas which are listed below along with samples of each.

Feasibility/System Impact/ Facility Upgrading
Load flow, contingency, short circuit, and stability analysis for the interconnection of merchant projects Interconnection configuration and conceptual designs System reinforcement options and cost assessment

Solutions and Knowledge-Based Services

Transmission Capability Analysis
Transmission constraint identification and mitigation Simultaneous transfer limit calculations ATC calculation with consideration of TRM/CBM

Merchant Project Siting
Energy locational marginal price analysis Capacity value assessment Value of ancillary services Forward price discovery Transmission constraint evaluations Value of transmission congestion relief

System Dynamics and Control
Transient and dynamic stability analysis Control tuning, design, and interactions SSR, SSTI, transient torque, and torsional interaction Voltage instability

Market and Individual Asset Evaluation
Valuation of generating and transmission assets Market risk assessment, profit and loss potentials Project due diligence activities Physical transmission access capability

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CAPABILITIES (continued)
Transient Analysis and Insulation Coordination
Arrester rating, energy requirements, and location Switching transients, equipment BIL, and BSL Phase-to-ground and phase-to-phase clearances Contamination performance Circuit breaker recovery voltage

HVDC
AC/DC interactions and planning Conversion of AC lines to DC Dynamic performance and control requirements AC/DC filter design Reactive power requirements Equipment specification

Harmonic Analysis
Harmonic filter design, filter performance, and rating AC/DC harmonic filters, including active filters Network harmonic flow

Flexible AC Transmission (FACTS)
Planning: location, type, and size Dynamic performance and control requirements Control design and interactions Static VAR systems: SVC and GTO-based SVC

Distribution System Planning
Budget-constrained planning Two-Q (Quality & Quantity) Engineering Distribution network evaluation Distributed resource interconnection

Training
We offer short 3-5 day courses regionally or at the customer site. Course subjects include: Power Distribution Engineering Engineering and Planning for Aging T&D Infrastructures Spatial Load Forecasting Transmission Capacity Planning Reliability-Based Planning

Reliability
Probabilistic system planning T&D system reliability evaluation Substation RAM studies Integrated generation and transmission planning Failure mode, effect, and fault tree analysis

Protective Relaying and Controls
Protective system design and relay coordination Adaptive relaying and fault location Phasor estimation, power quality, and high impedance fault detection Integration of protection, control, and monitoring Wide-area disturbance protection and control

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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info@us. NC are approved for Continuing Education Units (CEU) through North Carolina State University (NCSU). this commitment has resulted in the accumulation of experience in core ABB competencies. ABB has long been a proponent of continuing education for its technical staff. ABB has developed and provided courses and seminars for its employees for the past 20 years.abb.com 1 Solutions and Knowledge-Based Services 12 . organizes. NC 27606 (T) 800-508-4397 (US only) / (919) 743-5492 (F) 919-856-3910 ABB University Publications 919-856-2420 ABB University Courses 919-856-3320 919 856-3891 email: eti. or to be placed on the mailing list. to order a publication. and information technology. and delivers advanced technical training relating to the electric power systems business sector. optimization of electric power systems. which coordinates.Today. NC +800-508-4397 For detailed information on any ABB University course. such as analysis of electric systems. including the popular “Electrical Transmission and Distribution Reference Book” with CD Rom. including the use of company data in case studies. They are offered to the public or privately to a single utility or industrial firm. ABB Inc. manufacturing excellence and project management. contact: ABB University ABB Electric Systems Technology Institute 1021 Main Campus Drive Raleigh. The ABB University is a continuing education organization within ABB Inc. The course material can be tailored and grouped to meet the specific needs of a company. ABB University offers courses and seminars in the following disciplines: Transmission Power quality Distribution Power systems analysis Industrial IT Information technology World-class manufacturing Manufacturing systems Lean organizations and production Project management ABB University at ETI also provides reference publications. Over time. ABB is making these years of experience available to electric utilities and other customers.Services Training ABB University ABB annually invests eight percent of its revenues into research and development activities. Raleigh. worldwide. Courses can be taken individually or as a group. ABB University courses at Raleigh.

Transformers Oil Instrument Transformers Dry Instrument Transformers Optical Sensors and Systems Distribution Transformers Distribution Transformer Components Small Power Transformers Medium and Large Power Transformers Components & Insulation Material ABB .

. . . . . . . . . 55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCT®—Underground Commercial Transformer . . 8. . . . . . DO-III™ Drawout Load-Break Expulsion Fuse Holder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Optical Metering Unit (OMU) . . Overhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liquid-Filled Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mini-Pak®. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Industrial Transformers . 132 Special Feature CSP Coordinated Protection Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maxi-Pak® . . . . . . . 83 Center-Bolt Cover Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amorphous Metal Core . . . . . . . . . . Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister De-energized Switches. . 58 . . . . . . 128 Type LCRJ™ . . . . . 129 Tap Changers—Load Type UZ. . . . . . Unit Substation Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Substation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 AOK . 131 Special Feature Refurbished/Replacement Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . Padmounted . . . . . 85 Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Dry Instrument Transformers Low-Voltage Current Transformers CMF . . . . . . . 119 Phase-Shifting Transformers . . . . Padmounted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 . . . . . . .7 kV Indoor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DO-III Expulsion Fuse Links™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 . . 123 Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. . . . . . . . . . . 40 Medium and Large Power Transformers Power Transformers . . . . . . . . . . Padmounted . . . . 56 . 130 Poletype Transformers . . . . . . . . . 110 112 114 116 Optical Sensors and Systems Magneto-Optic Current Transducer (MOCT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 72 74 75 79 81 Bushings—Bulk Type A™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Composite Hood/Sill . . . . . . . . . RTP—Residential Transformer Padmounted Underground . . 90 . 91 92 93 94 Capacitor Voltage CPA and CPB . . . . 102 Duracast . . . Micro-Pak®. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 RESIBLOC® . 19 Distribution Transformer Components HV Bushing Wells and LV Bushings. . . . . . Triplex. . . . . CMV and CMV-H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VOZ-75/11 (8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LBOR-II™ Load-Break Switch . . . CLC . PPW and PPM. . . . . . . . . . Platform-Mounted . . . 95 VPI—Vacuum Pressure Impregnated . . . . . . . . . POW-R-Pole® Transformer and Substation Micro-Pole . . . . . 44 47 50 53 Components & Insulation Material Bushings—Condenser Type O Plus C™ . . Three-Phase. . 104 Medium-Voltage Current Transformers KIR-60/75 (5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Solid Distribution Transformer products Services InvisiTran™ . . . . . . . . . 126 Type T™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Three-Phase. .7. . . . . . . . T-T . . . JUMBO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Transformers Oil Instrument Transformers Current IMB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . KOR-11 (15 kV Outdoor) . . . . 67 Single-Phase. 15 kV Outdoor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Small Power Transformers Dry and Cast Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 VPE—Vacuum Pressure Encapsulated . . . . 127 Three-Phase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIY-60 (5 kV Indoor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VOZ-15 (25 kV Outdoor). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MTP™—Mini Three-Phase . . . Protective Links . . 64 . . . . . . . . . . . . MTR® . . . . . . . . . Tap Changers—De-energized Type DTU and Type DTW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

000 ABB oil instrument transformers are operational with an impressive “on-line” availability.5. 15 ABB .3 through Z burden 0. more usable level for system instrumentation or power metering applications.6 through ZZ burden 100 VA 230 — 500 69 — 500 900 — 1800 150 — 1800 Metering Accuracy 0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com.abb.0 Maximum Thermal I Th =Pk /Un x √3 kA 1 sec 100 times rated 600 VA For more information.2R through ZZ burden System Voltage (kV) 34. SELECTION GUIDE Transformer Type Product IMB Current AOK CPA Capacitor Voltage CPB 69 — 500 150 — 1800 0.6R through Z burden 1. ABB’s ISO 9001 facility has the latest production and test equipment to ensure the highest quality standards in the industry. More than 100.Oil Instrument Transformers Instrument transformers are widely used to reduce a power system’s current or voltage levels to a lower. 1. 0.2. The extensive product line of current and voltage transformers and metering units include designs up to 500 kV.5 — 230 BIL (kV) 200 — 900 Accuracy Class 0.

The protection cores are designed without turn correction. Protection cores with air gaps can be supplied for special applications. The secondary winding consists of doubleenameled copper wire. and BS. The winding is insulated with a special paper with high mechanical strength. The oil filling unit is fitted instead with double O-rings. The assembled transformer is vacuum pumped and filled under vacuum with well-degassed mineral oil. However. Expansion system—IMB has an expansion vessel located above the top section of the insulator.000 units delivered. Tank and insulators—The lower section of the transformer consists of an aluminum tank in which the secondary windings and cores are mounted. 2 Transformers 16 . while the measuring cores are generally corrected to meet defined burden and accuracy classes. The basic design has been used by ABB for 60 years. consists as standard of highgrade. This prevents drying and leakage. The insulator. by increasing the tank volume more. completely without moving parts and with a nitrogen cushion compressed by the expansion of the oil. where the outer O-ring acts as protection for the inner O-ring. all free space in the transformer (approx. cores can be quoted on request. low dielectric losses. with more than 120. The unique filling consists of quartz-grains saturated in oil. After assembly. The design corresponds with the demands set out in the standards SS. Cores for measurement purposes are made of nickel alloy. IEC. The protection cores are wound of high-grade oriented steel strip. A closed expansion system. Designs using polymer insulators can be quoted on request. can be used in IMB as the quartz grain reduces the quantity of oil. FEATURES Standard Primary winding—The primary winding consists of one or more parallel conductors of aluminum or copper-designed as a U-shaped bushing with voltage controlling condenser layers. 60%) is filled with clean quartz grain. and good resistance to aging. Special design solutions to meet other standards and/or specifications are also available. The transformer is always supplied hermetically sealed. allows one large and/or many cores. for example. Cores and secondary windings—The current transformers can normally accommodate up to 4 cores. also known as tanktype). brown-glazed porcelain. The sealing system consists of O-rings. high dielectric strength. which gives a resistant insulation in a compact design where the quantity of oil is kept to a minimum.Oil Instrument Transformers Current IMB ABB’s oil minimum instrument transformers type IMB are based on a hairpin design (form of the primary conductor. and/or larger. and pressure variations are minimized through a relatively large gas volume. IEEE. evenly distributed around the whole periphery of the core. The IMB transformer has a very versatile design which. which gives low losses (= high accuracy) and low saturation levels. mounted above the transformer tank. Impregnation—The windings are dried through heating in a vacuum. The leakage reactance in the winding and also between extra tappings is therefore negligible. which results in the oil immediately penetrating the insulation and mixing with the grains. where all seals with the exception of the oil filling unit are under the oil level.

abb.000 examples. Flexibility—Covers a large primary current range up to approx. Resistance to corrosion—The selected aluminum alloys give a high degree of resistance to corrosion. since the 1940s.FEATURES (continued) Advantages Climate—These transformers are designed for. have been supplied in more than 115. and have been installed in. Service life—The low and equal loads in the primary winding’s insulator gives a reliable product with a long service life. the IMB is delivered painted. which results in a simple expansion system as described above. increases operating reliability and minimizes the need of maintenance and inspection.com. 4000 A.5 g). IMB and its predecessor. with nitrogen cushion. widely shifting conditions from polar to desert environments throughout the world.paper . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. IMB can be easily adapted for larger and/or many cores by increasing the volume of the tank. Expansion system—The expansion system. even in rugged environments. SPECIFICATIONS System Voltage: 36 — 550 kV Installation: Outdoors Hairpin/Tank type Oil . 17 ABB .quartz insulation For more information. In extremely trying environments. Quartz filling—Minimizes the quantity of oil. without the need of an extra protection finish. It also provides a mechanical support to the cores and primary conductor. Seismic strength—IMB has a mechanically robust construction designed to withstand high demands of mechanical seismic acceleration. without the need of a dashpot (0.

94 (8355) 486.79 (4135) 257.80 (630) 38.39 (1280) 58.72 (4565) 210. PA +724-838-5205 Porcelain with Long Creepage Distance 31 mm/kV (min value) Flashover Distance Inches (mm) — 24.41 (3160) 143.39 (1915) 114.5 69 115 138 169 230 345 500 230 400 630 750 865 1210 1500 2070 Transformers IMB 245 IMB 362 IMB 550 Test voltage above applies at ≤100 m above sea level.36 (1330) 75.78 (350) 24. Greensburg.58 (980) 44.93 (9955) 620.23 (1860) 87.56 (3875) 179. 2 18 .68 (6545) Sourced through ABB Inc.36 (1330) 75.17 (1960) 124.Oil Instrument Transformers Current IMB SPECIFICATIONS Design Data Nominal Flashover and Creepage Distances Normal Porcelain 25 mm/kV (min value) Type Total Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 39. 1 Minute Dry/Wet 1 min/10 s (kV) 70 140 230 275 325 460 575 800 Short Impulse 1.09 (1120) 52.80 (630) 38.01 (2210) 135.83 (3450) 201.37 (1000) 77.27 (2750) 162.35 (390) 30.65 (4360) 265.58 (3520) — Total Creepage Distance Inches (mm) — 89.40 (950) 64.97 (5130) — Flashover Distance Inches (mm) 13.08 (1780) 108.2/50 µs (kV) 200 350 550 650 750 1050 1300 1800 RIV Test Voltage (kV) 21 42 78 92 108 156 230 334 Maximum RIV Level µV 125 125 250 250 250 250 250 250 Type System Voltage (kV) Chopped Impulse (kV) IMB 36 IMB 72 IMB 123 IMB 145 IMB 170 34.83 (5355) 329.09 (1120) 52.750) Protected Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 15.96 (2920) 154.345) — Protected Creepage Distance Inches (mm) — 37.35 (6740) 391.13: Table 2 AC Voltage Test.39 (1915) 138.58 (980) 44.31 (3640) 171.17 (2265) 152.27 (1480) 70.33 (3920) IMB 36 IMB 72 IMB 123 IMB 145 IMB 170 IMB 245 IMB 362 IMB 550 Design Data Test Voltage: IEEE C57.17 (1630) 73.02 (12.91 (785) 50.08 (15.

19 ABB . and several primary turns can be used with or without reconnection. This tube is hollow in order to permit the oil to circulate and obtain an even temperature distribution. The secondary winding is uniformly distributed on the total circumference of the ring cores. the potential is reduced in steps along the supporting tube by means of semiconducting layers. A mineral oil called Nytro 10 X from Nynas is used. maximum 150 kA • Thermal one-second. maximum 60 kA Cores and Secondary Windings—The secondary windings are enclosed in the above mentioned toroid-formed aluminum casing. and SEV. Facilities for changing the ratio by means of tappings in the secondary windings. In order to increase the ampere-turn figure when the primary current is small. Design with up to six cores. the following shortcircuit values apply: • Dynamic current peak 250 times rated current. For primary current from 40 A to 800 A without changeover.Current AOK ABB’s oil minimum instrument transformers type AOK has a primary w inding consisting of a straight bar that is surrounded by the toroid-formed secondary windings. Insulation—The main insulation is arranged on the toroid-shaped casing. which fulfills IEC 296. This reduces the secondary reactance and improves the transformation characteristics. The basic design has been used by ABB for 50 years. FEATURES Standard Primary winding—The primary winding consists of a straight bar that is surrounded by the toroid-formed secondary windings.VDE. In order to achieve an even potential distribution. and from 300 A to 4400 A with changeover 1:2:4. The well-proven combination of paper and oil is used for main insulation. Protection cores are suitable for conventional overcurrent requirements and for true transformation of the fully asymmetrical fault current or its dc component. with one straight primary conductor without changeover. which surrounds the secondary parts and is also on the tubular extension of this casing. from 150 A to 5000 A with changeover 1:2. Short Circuit—For primary currents from 1000 A to 6000 A. A hard porcelain insulator forms the outer insulation. and thermal short circuit current strength is attained in practical cases. The AOK transformer has the possibility to increase the ampere-turn figure when the primary current is small. Special design solutions to meet other standards and/or specifications are also available. These are enclosed in an aluminum casing supported by a hollow. there is a possibility to use several primary turns with or without reconnection. does not contain PCB or any other dangerous substances. A capacitive terminal may also be provided on request. short-time current 100 times rated current. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. an unrestricted dynamic. Metering cores with a high accuracy. in some applications even more. The design corresponds with the demands set out in the standards IEC. where paper has excellent absorbing qualities for mineral oil.abb. The secondary leads are then brought down through the tubular extension to the secondary terminal box. This box can accommodate up to 30 terminals. where the paper has excellent absorbing qualities for mineral oil. This oil.com. For more information. oil-filled tube. The well-proven combination of paper and oil is used for the main insulation. ANSI.

and low cost as a result of economic design High quality and reliability.VDE. or aluminum. 2 Transformers 20 . is used to accommodate temperature dependent changes of the oil volume. as well as the use of the most modern methods of design. Maximum pull force on primary terminals in any direction is 2000 N. During transportation the bellows system is arranged in a safe position. No maintenance The transformers fulfill IEC. and testing All external parts are either made of stainless steel. hot dip galvanized steel.Oil Instrument Transformers Current AOK FEATURES (continued) Standard Non-pressurized bellows system. minimum oil content. AOK is free from partial discharges in accordance with IEC and VDE. SEV. and other important standards Loss angle (tan δ) of insulation less than 0. The base of the transformer is provided with holes for earth connection. consisting of a glass reinforced plastic tube created with synthetic rubber sheds instead of porcelain Other Properties Small dimensions. flat or cylindrical • Primary without changeover 40 A to 6000 A • Primary with changeover 1:2 from 150 A to 5000 A • Primary with changeover 1:2:4 from 300 A to 4400 A • Porcelain insulators with extended creepage distance • Grey porcelain insulator • Spark gaps in the secondary terminal box • One or more secondary tappings or multiratio • Capacitive terminals for synchronization and tan δ measurement • Mounting of special earthing terminals • Non-ceramic insulator. ANSI. production.3% A Phoenix terminal is used for the secondary terminals. made of rubber. resulting from over 50 years of experience of manufacturing of instrument transformers. Horizontal transport. Maximum cross-section of the wire is 10 mm2. The capacitance of the insulation is approximately as follows: 300 kV 1300 pF 362 kV 1200 pF 420 kV 1100 pF 550 kV 1000 pF Available variants • Primary terminals.

69 (11.42 (1560) 75.60 (8575) 358.49 (9385) 444.79 (2560) 123.06 (5615) Maximum Diameter of the Porcelain Dy Inches (mm) 17. Greensburg. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.15 (5795) 280. of the porcelain is 18.Sourced through ABB Inc.82 (2510) 114.32 (2980) 109.2 times the system voltage.58 (472) 18.83 (2485) 117.99 (7950) 369.64 (3750) 177.020) Protected Creepage Inches (mm) 100.71 (526) respectively. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Design Data Test Voltages Highest Permissible System Voltage (kV) 245 300 362 420 550 Power Frequency Withstand Voltage Dry/Wet (kV) 460 510 570 680 860 Lightning Impulse Withstand Voltage 1.17 (2900) 136.71 (7130) 337.295) 551. 21 ABB .abb.06 (2770) Long Creepage Type Total Creepage Inches (mm) 256.19 (462) and 20.10 (536)* AOK 245 AOK 300 AOK 362 AOK 420 AOK 550 82.07 (9095) Protected Creepage Inches (mm) 61.30 (6510) 312. the partial discharge will be less than 10 pC.59 (1920) 97. Dy.58 (472)* 21.62 (3140) 147.68 (2100) 98.01 (432) 18. For more information.2/50 µs (kV) 1050 1175 1300 1550 1800 Switching Impulse Withstand Voltage 250/2500 µs (kV) — 850 950 1050 1175 Type AOK 245 AOK 300 AOK 362 AOK 420 AOK 550 Current Ranges and Partial Discharges Maximum Rated Primary Current (A) 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 Rated Secondary Current (A) 5/2/1 5/2/1 5/2/1 5/2/1 5/2/1 Maximum Number of Cores RIV Test Voltage (kV) Maximum RIV Level (µV) PD* Test Voltage (kV) Maximum PD Level (pC) Type AOK 245 AOK 300 AOK 362 AOK 420 AOK 550 6 6 6 6 6 154 190 230 270 350 250 250 250 250 250 156 191 230 267 334 5 5 5 5 5 *At a test voltage 1.46 (4355) *For long creepage the outer diameter.99 (4775) 228.22 (3460) 171.17 (4500) 221.01 (432) 17. Flashover and Creepage Distances on Insulators Normal Porcelain Type Flashover Total Creepage Inches (mm) 187.97 (14.com.

1 For all climatic and atmospheric conditions For metering and protection For synchronizing For power line carrier transmission 2 Transformers 22 . and power line carrier transmission.1. The design corresponds to the requirements of ANSI standards.3 200 VA 0. This transient response curve is given below. SPECIFICATIONS System Voltages from 69 — 500 kV CPA 0.Oil Instrument Transformers Capacitor Voltage CPA and CPB Capacitor voltage transformers (CVTs) are intended for connection between phase and ground. FEATURES Advantage Transient Properties—The high intermediate voltage and capacitance result in transient properties far better than required by current international standards. metering and protection.6 R 200 VA 1. making the CPA/B suitable for use with solid-state relays. Nitrile O-Rings are used throughout. It is designed for all climatic and atmospheric conditions.2 R 400 VA CPB 0.6 400 VA Meets ANSI/IEEE standard C93. The capacitor voltage transformer meets ANSI/IEEE Standard C93. The capacitor voltage transformer consists of the voltage divider combined with an electromagnetic unit (EMU). synchronizing.

3 0.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.6 (400 VA) accuracy class.3 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA 0 — 200 VA Auxiliary Winding (Opt.6 or 1. OR Burden X1-X2 Burden X2-X3 Y1-Y2 Class Y2-Y3 Class 1.3 0.000 14.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.3 0.2 R 0 — 400 VA 1.2 R 0 — 400 VA 1.2 R 0 — 400 VA 0.Y. 23 ABB .2 R 0 — 400 VA 1.(Minimum) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) (kV) (V) 42 70 84 98 140 209 318 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 28 (711) 39 (991) 47 (1194) 55 (1397) 77 (1956) 126 (3200) 166 (4216) 86 (2184) 124 (3150) 153 (3886) 181 (4597) 256 (6502) 420 (10.2 R 0 — 75 VA CPA230 1200/2000:1:1 1155/2000:1:1 CPA420 1800/3000:1:1 1732/3000:1:1 CPA500 2500/4500:1:1 2511/4350:1:1 CPB069 CPB115 CPB138 CPB161 350/600:1:1 600/1000:1:1 700/1200:1:1 800/1400:1:1 — — — — — — — CPB230 1200/2000:1:1 CPB420 1800/3000:1:1 CPB500 2500/4500:1:1 Total simultaneous burden (X+Y+Z) is not to exceed values given for each main winding.6 0.2R relay accuracy class and the CPB for 0.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.843) Type CPA/B069 CPA/B115 CPA/B138 CPA/B161 CPA/B230 CPA/B420 CPA/B500 350 550 650 750 1050 1550 1800 Test voltages above are valid for altitudes ≤3300 feet above sea level. The CPA is offered for 0.2 R 0 — 400 VA 1.3 0. It can be supplied with two-tapped windings X and Y or three-tapped windings X. -5%) pF (kV L-L) (kV L-G) 69 115 138 161 230 345 500 42 70 84 98 140 209 317 20.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.3 0. Striking Leakage Test RIV Distance Distance Voltage Micro.3 0.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.6 0.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1. (kV) (kV) 165 265 320 370 525 785 900 140 230 275 325 460 680 780 BIL (kV) RIV Max.6 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 0 — 400 VA 1.) X1-X2 X2-X3 Y1-Y2 Y2-Y3 Burden Z1-Z2 Z2-Z3 Thermal Burden 600 VA 600 VA 600 VA 600 VA 600 VA 600 VA 600 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA 1000 VA Type Metering Ratio Relaying Ratio Class CPA069 CPA115 CPA138 CPA161 350/600:1:1 600/1000:1:1 700/1200:1:1 800/1400:1:1 346/600:1:1 577/1000:1:1 693/1200:1:1 808/1400:1:1 0.2 R 0 — 400 VA 1. Nominal System Rated Capacitance Voltage Voltage (+10.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1. For more information.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1. 10 sec.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.com.300 12.2 R 0 — 400 VA 1.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1. and Z.6 0.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.2 R 0 — 75 VA 1.3 or 0.6 0.abb.SPECIFICATIONS Design Data Nominal Max.6 0.400 7400 4500 3500 AC Test Dry Wet 1 min.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.6 0. All burdens are factory set.700 10.668) 545 (13.6 R 0 — 200 VA 0.

PA +724-838-5205 LxWxH Inches (cm) 75 x 28 x 36* (191 x 71 x 91) 86 x 28 x 36* (218 x 71 x 91) 94 x 28 x 36* (239 x 71 x 91) 96 x 28 x 36* (244 x 71 x 91) 123 x 28 x 36 (312 x 71 x 91) 109 x 28 x 361 (277 x 71 x 91) 89 x 26 x 322 (226 x 66 x 81) 128 x 28 x 361 (325 x 71 x 91) 108 x 26 x 322 (274 x 66 x 81) 77 x 32 x 40* (196 x 81 x 102) 88 x 32 x 40* (224 x 81 x 102) 96 x 32 x 40* (244 x 81 x 102) 105 x 32 x 40* (267 x 81 x 102) 128 x 32 x 40 (325 x 81 x 102) 113 x 32 x 401 (287 x 81 x 102) 89 x 26 x 322 (226 x 66 x 81) 132 x 32 x 401 (335 x 81 x 102) 108 x 26 x 322 (274 x 66 x 81) CPB069 CPB115 CPB138 CPB161 CPB230 CPB345 CPB500 875 (395) 950 (430) 996 (450) 1040 (470) 1195 (540) 1620 (730) 1860 (840) 222 (100) 240 (108) 245 (110) 245 (110) 255 (115) 310 (140) 330 (150) *Weights and shipping dimensions shown are for single-pack horizontal shipping Option: Vertical transport.5 (5702) 74.5 (3112) 186.Oil Instrument Transformers Capacitor Voltage CPA and CPB SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Type CPA069 CPA115 CPA138 CPA161 CPA230 CPA345 CPA500 Net Weight Incl.5 (2324) 100. (kg) 910 (410) 1010 (455) 1070 (480) 1120 (505) 1330 (600) 1210 (545) 765 (345) 1430 (645) 940 (425) 1160 (525) 1250 (565) 1320 (595) 1370 (620) 1600 (720) 1475 (665) 765 (345) 1680 (760) 940 (425) Sourced through ABB Inc.5 (4737) 224.5 (4788) 226. 3 units per crate 1 Part 1: EMU and bottom capacitor 2 Part 2: Top capacitor Type CPA069 CPA115 CPA138 CPA161 CPA230 CPA345 CPA500 CPB069 CPB115 CPB138 CPB161 CPB230 CPB345 CPB500 Height A Inches (mm) 72.5 (1842) 83.5 (1892) 85.5 (2604) 124.5 (2375) 102. Greensburg.5 (3162) 188. Oil Lbs.5 (2121) 91. (kg) 650 (295) 730 (330) 770 (350) 815 (370) 970 (440) 1835 (630) 1628 (740) Oil Only Lbs. (kg) 155 (70) 170 (78) 175 (80) 175 (80) 185 (85) 240 (110) 265 (120) Shipping Weight/Crate Lbs.5 (2172) 93.5 (2553) 122.5 (5753) Distance B Inches (mm) 28 (700) 39 (980) 47 (1190) 55 (1400) 77 (1960) 2 x 63 (1610) 2 x 83 (2100) 28 (700) 39 (980) 47 (1190) 55 (1400) 77 (1960) 2 x 63 (1610) 2 x 83 (2100) Terminal Box C Inches (mm) 13 (340) 13 (340) 13 (340) 13 (340) 13 (340) 13 (340) 13 (340) 15 (390) 15 (390) 15 (390) 15 (390) 15 (390) 15 (390) 15 (390) Distance D Inches (mm) 13 (335) 13 (335) 13 (335) 13 (335) 13 (335) 13 (335) 13 (335) 17 (410) 17 (410) 17 (410) 17 (410) 17 (410) 17 (410) 17 (410) Height E Inches (mm) 29 (740) 29 (740) 29 (740) 29 (740) 29 (740) 29 (740) 29 (740) 31 (790) 31 (790) 31 (790) 31 (790) 31 (790) 31 (790) 31 (790) 2 Transformers 24 .

5 kV category.Dry Instrument Transformers ABB offers a complete line of instrument transformers from 600 V to 34.5 kV Outdoor 34.5 kV Outdoor 34. 25 ABB .7 kV Outdoor 15 kV Outdoor 15 kV Outdoor 25 kV Outdoor 34. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.7/15 kV Indoor 5 kV Outdoor 8.5 kV Outdoor Product Bulletin 42-871 42-873 42-872 42-951 42-955 42-961 42-963 42-964 42-965 42-967 42-971 42-970 42-975 42-974 42-977 42-979 600 V Current Transformers 600 V Voltage Transformers 5 kV—34. SELECTION GUIDE Type IMC CBT CSF CSH CMS CMF CMV CLC CLE Auxiliary Ext.5 kV Outdoor 5 — 25 kV Outdoor 25 — 34.7 kV Indoor 15 kV Indoor 5/8. In the 5.5 kV Outdoor Product Bulletin 42-810 42-811 42-813 42-814 42-815 42-818 42-820 42-824 42-826 42-850 42-858 42-914 42-914 42-920 42-922 42-924 42-927 42-928A 42-930 42-940 PPW PPM PPD VIY-60 VIZ-75/11 VOY-60 VOZ-75/11 VOY-11 VOG-11 VOG-12 VOZ-15 VOY-15/15G VOZ-20 VOY-20/20G VOHD-200/20G VOZZ-20/20G Type Primary Current 240 — 600 240 — 600 60 — 600 5 kV Indoor 8. Also offered are specialty items such as linear couplers and bushing and ring type CTs.com. In the 600 V class.5 kV Voltage Transformers 5 kV—34.34. ABB builds transformers to IEEE. The following pages show detailed information on a few of the most popular designs.5 kV Current Transformers For more information. The selection guide below provides a listing of the product bulletins for many of the instrument transformers ABB has to offer.5 kV Outdoor 34. BCT KIR-60/75 KIR-11 KOR-60/75 KOR-11 KON-11 KOR-15C KOR-20 KOT KOTD Primary Current 50 — 1000 200 — 800 200 — 600 200 — 800 200 and 300 100 — 1200 200 — 4000 600 — 4000 1000 — 6000 Multi-Ratio 600 — 3000 5/8. Australian.abb. ISO-9001 certification was received from UL on 11/29/95. ABB manufactures current (CTs) and voltage transformers (VTs) using both thermoplastic rubber and plastic casings.7/15 kV Outdoor 15 kV Outdoor 15 kV Outdoor 15 kV Outdoor 25 kV Outdoor 25 kV Outdoor 34. IEC.5 kV. and other specifications. CSA. ABB provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor CTs and VTs that are cast in polyurethane using a new state-of-the-art casting process.

3/0.3 0.5 4/2 2/2 2/2 With Window and High Base 50 100 200 400 500 4460A30G26 4460A30G24 4460A30G02 4460A30G04 4460A30G06 4460A30G08 4460A30G10 4460A30G22 4460A30G20 4460A30G12 4460A30G14 4460A30G16 1.3/0.0 2.3/0.2 B0.5 mm) for 100.3 0.3 0.3 — C20 C30 C30 C30 C30 C20 C30 C30 C30/C50 C20/C30 C20/C50 4.3 0.0 2.3/0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.0 4.3 0.3 0.72 mm) for all other ratings.3 0.3 0.0 4.3 0.3 0.0 3.3 — — 0.3 0.0 2.3 0.3/0.3 0.Dry Instrument Transformers Low-Voltage Current Transformers CMF The CMF 600 V current transformer is designed for indoor/outdoor use.3 0.3 — — 0.0 4.3.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 — — 0.3 0.3/0.1 B0.3 0.3 0.3/0.0 2. B1.3 — — 0.3 0.0 1.0 4.0 4.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0. This unit is rated 10 kV BIL and 60 Hz.3 0.3.3 0.3/0.2 0.3 0.3 — C20 C30 C30 C30 C30 C20 C30 C30 C30/C50 C20/C30 C20/C50 4.3 0.2 0.0 3.3/0.8 0.0 2.3/0.33 0. 200.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.5 4/2 2/2 2/2 Transformers 600 800 1000 1200 200/400 300/600 400/800 (continued on next page) 2 26 .3 0.06 inches (77. SELECTOR GUIDE Primary A Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy B0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3/0. B1. and 200/400 A and is 3.3/0.0 1.5 Relay Accuracy Rating Factor With Window and Flat Base 50 100 200 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 200/400 300/600 400/800 4460A30G25 4460A30G23 4460A30G01 4460A30G03 4460A30G05 4460A30G07 4460A30G09 4460A30G21 4460A30G19 4460A30G11 4460A30G13 4460A30G15 1. The window diameter is 2.3 0.0 4.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.5 inches (63.3 0.3 0.3/0.3/0.8 0.0 2.

0 4.3/0.0 2.abb.3/0.3 0.3 0.0 3.3 0.0 2.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.5 4/2 2/2 2/2 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Conduit box available with all transformers listed for this product.0 4.3 — 0.5 4/2 2/2 2/2 With Primary Bar and High Base 100 200 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 200/400 300/600 400/800 7525A01G25 7525A01G02 7525A01G04 7525A01G06 7525A01G08 7525A01G10 7525A01G24 7525A01G20 7525A01G12 7525A01G14 7525A01G16 0.3/0.3 0. 27 ABB .3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.0 1.3/0.5 Relay Accuracy Rating Factor With Primary Bar and Flat Base 100 200 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 200/400 300/600 400/800 7525A01G25 7525A01G01 7525A01G03 7525A01G05 7525A01G07 7525A01G09 7525A01G23 7525A01G19 7525A01G11 7525A01G13 7525A01G15 0.3 C20 C30 C30 C30 C30 C20 C30 C30 C30/C50 C20/C30 C20/C50 4.3 0. Pinetops.3 0.0 2.3 0.3 0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.3 — 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — 0.3 C20 C30 C30 C30 C30 C20 C30 C30 C30/C50 C20/C30 C20/C50 4.3/0.3 0.3 0.0 1.3/0.3 0.3 0.0 4. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE (continued) Primary A Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy B0. For more information.3/0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.3/0.3 0.3 0.0 3.3/0.3 0.3 0.3 0.0 2.3 0.3 0.1 B0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.0 4.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3/0.3 0.0 2.3/0.3 0.3 0.3 0. See PB 42-818 for style numbers and dimensions.3 0.3 0.3 0.3/0.3 0.com.0 2.3 0.2 B0.3 0.Manufactured at ABB Inc.3/0.3 0.3 0.

3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.8 — — — — — — — — — 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — — — — — — — — — — — — 0.3 Relay Accuracy Rating Factor Type CMV and Bus Adapters—Tapered Bottom 200 300 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 1500 2000 3000 4000 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 1500 2000 3000 4000 7524A75G01 7524A75G02 7524A75G03 7524A75G12 7524A75G04 7524A75G05 7524A75G06 7524A75G07 7524A75G08 7524A75G09 7524A75G10 7524A75G11 9628A53G01 9628A53G02 9628A53G03 7524A73G01 7524A73G02 7524A73G03 7524A73G12 7524A73G04 7524A73G05 7524A73G06 7524A73G07 7524A73G08 7524A73G09 7524A73G10 7524A73G11 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C30 C20 C50 C50 C30 C20 C10 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C20 C30 C20 C50 C50 C30 C20 4.3 0.3 — 0.3 B0.Dry Instrument Transformers Low-Voltage Current Transformers CMV and CMV-H The CMV and CMV-H 600 V current transformers are designed for indoor/outdoor use.3 0.33 1.3 B0.0 3.3 0.3 0. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary A Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy B0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 — 0.3 0.0 3.3 0.3 0.3 0.0 4.0 4.3 0.3 0.0 1.3 mm).).5 — — — — 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — — — — — — — — — — 0.5 inches (114.3 0.9 — — — — — — — 0.3 B1.3 0.3 0.3 0.0 4.5 2.3 0.3 0.0 2.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.9 mm) x 4.0 4.3 0. Pinetops.3 0.3 0.0 1. Style #9628A05G15. Style #9628A05G17 (2 pcs.5 1.3 — — — — 0.3 0.3 0.3 0. with hardware.0 3.0 3.3 0.3 0.5 inches (88.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 3.5 1. Style #9628A05G16 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Bus bar adapter.3 0. supplied with Style #7524A75 and 9628A53 2 28 .0 3.3 — 0.0 3.3 0. The window opening is 3.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.0 1. These units are rated 10 kV BIL and 25 through 60 Hz. One-piece base with hardware.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.33 1.3 0.3 0.3 B0.3 0.3 0.0 1.3 0.3 0.3 0.5 2.3 0.3 0.0 4.0 Type CMV-H with Bus Adapters Type CMV*—Wide Bottom Transformers * Optional Accessories Mounting Feet—4 pcs.3 0.3 0. Manufactured at ABB Inc.3 0.

2-Piece * Tap Connection X2-X3 For more information.3 — / 0.3 0.3 / 0. Pinetops.3 0.3 0.0 /1.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 — / 0.3 0.00 1.00 2.3 / 0.00 1.0 /1.3 0.3 0.3 0.00 3.3 — / 0.3 0. Style #9628A05G24 3000 A—3 Bars.3 0.3*/ 0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 / 0.3 0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.3 0.3*/ 0.8 — — — — — 0.3 0.3 — — / 0.3 0.0 / 2.3*/ 0.3 0.5 inches (139.3 — / 0.0 / 2.3 0. Style #9628A05G23 2000 A—2 Bars. This unit is rated 10 kV BIL and 60 Hz.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3*/ 0.00 2.3 / 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 / 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 0.3 / 0.00 3.0 3.3 — / 0.3 — / 0.0 3.3 0.3*/ 0.3 0.3 0.com.3 0.3 — — — — — 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 — / 0.3 0.33 3.3 0.3 / 0.3*/ 0. Style #9628A05G22 Primary bar assemblies: 800 -1500 A—1 Bar.2 0.0 / 2.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.0 /1.3 0.0 3.33 1.3 / 0.3 0.3 0.33 3. Style #9628A05G21 Window plate—one required.3 / 0.3 0.3 / 0.00 2.0 / 2.3 / 0.9 — — — 0.3 0.abb.3 0.3 0.0 / 2.3 0.3 0.33 2.3 0.3*/ 0. Style #9628A05G26 ANSI Metering Accuracy B0.3 0.33 With Mounting Feet.33 3.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 0.0 3.3 / 0.0 / 2.3 0.3 0.0 /1. Style #9628A05G25 4000 A—4 Bars. Manufactured at ABB Inc.3 0. The window opening is 5.Low-Voltage Current Transformers CLC The CLC 600 V current transformer is designed for indoor/outdoor use.3 0.3 Relay Accuracy Rating Factor SELECTOR GUIDE Primary A Style Number Without Mounting Feet 600 800 1000 1200 1500 2000 3000 4000 600/1200 800/1600 1000/2000 1500/3000 2000/4000 600 800 1000 1200 1500 2000 3000 4000 600/1200 800/1600 1000/2000 1500/3000 2000/4000 7524A58G16 7524A58G01 7524A58G02 7524A58G03 7524A58G04 7524A58G05 7524A58G06 7524A58G07 7524A58G08 7524A58G09 7524A58G10 7524A58G11 7524A58G12 7524A59G16 7524A59G01 7524A59G02 7524A59G03 7524A59G04 7524A59G05 7524A59G06 7524A59G07 7524A59G08 7524A59G09 7524A59G10 7524A59G11 7524A59G12 C30 C30 C50 C30 C30 C50 C10 — C10 / C30 C20 / C30 C30 / C50 — / C10 — C30 C30 C50 C30 C30 C50 C10 — C10 / C30 C20 / C30 C30 / C50 — / C10 — 3.3 B0.00 2.3 / 0.00 2.5 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.7 mm).3 — — / 0.3 — / 0.3 0.3 0.3 0. 29 ABB .3 0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 / 0.3 0.00 2.00 2.3*/ 0.3 B0.3 B1.0 2.00 2.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 0.33 2.3 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 0.3*/ 0.3 0.3 0.3 / 0.3 0. NC +407-732-2000 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Mounting feet—set of 2 with hardware.3 B0.3 0.3 — / 0.3 / 0.3 0. Style #9628A05G20 One-piece base.3*/ 0.3 0.0 2.3 0.33 1.3 — — — 0.3 0.3 0.

& Y Burdens 2:1 2.5:1 4:1 5:1 7526A04G01 7526A04G02 7526A04G03 7526A04G04 7526A04G05 0. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary Voltage Type PPW 240/416Y 288/500Y 300/520Y 480/480Y 600/600Y Type PPM 240/416Y 288/500Y 300/520Y 480/480Y 2:1 2.6 Class for X Burdens Ratio Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy 2 Transformers 600/600Y 30 .4:1 2.Dry Instrument Transformers Low-Voltage Current Transformers PPW and PPM The PPW and PPM 600 V voltage transformers are designed for indoor/outdoor use. These units are rated 10 kV BIL and 60 Hz.4:1 2. X.3 Class for W 0. M.3 Class for W.5:1 4:1 5:1 7526A10G01 7526A10G02 7526A10G03 7526A10G04 7526A10G05 0. The thermal rating values are: PPW 150 VA at 30°C ambient 100 VA at 55°C ambient PPM 500 VA at 30°C ambient 350 VA at 55°C ambient Manufactured at ABB Inc. Pinetops.

5 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 1.5 1.1 through B1. 75 x normal for 1 second Manufactured at ABB Inc. 100 x normal for 1 second 800 A.5 1.5 1.3 B0. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary A 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 150 200 300 400 600 800 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 150 200 300 400 600 800 Style Number 7524A01G01 7524A01G02 7524A01G03 7524A01G04 7524A01G05 7524A01G06 7524A01G07 7524A01G08 7524A01G09 7524A01G10 7524A01G11 7524A01G12 7524A01G13 7524A01G14 7524A01G15 7524A01G16 7524A02G01 7524A02G02 7524A02G03 7524A02G04 7524A02G05 7524A02G06 7524A02G07 7524A02G08 7524A02G09 7524A02G10 7524A02G11 7524A02G12 7524A02G13 7524A02G14 7524A02G15 7524A02G16 ANSI Metering Accuracy ANSI Relay Accuracy Rating Factor T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 1.5 1.5 1.8 All Ratings T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 For more information.5 1.5 1. 110 x normal Thermal Rating 5 through 600 A.5 1.com.7 kV Indoor) The KIR .5 1. The mechanical and thermal rating values are: Mechanical Rating 5 through 600 A.8 All Ratings T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 T100 Type KIR-75—NSV 8.5 1.1 through B1.32 kV 75 kV BIL 0.5 1.5 1. 8.5 1.8 kV 60 kV BIL 0.33 Type KIR-60—NSV 4.5 1.Medium-Voltage Current Transformers KIR-60/75 (5.5 1.5 1. This unit is rated 60 and 75 kV BIL and 60 Hz.5 1.abb.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.33 1.60/75 current transformer is designed for indoor use. 31 ABB .5 1.5 1.3 B0. Pinetops.5 1. 150 x normal 800 A.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.

0/1.5 1.5 1.8 Full B0.5 1.5 2.5 2.3 B0.5 1. 75 x normal for 1 second Manufactured at ABB Inc.0/1.0/1.0/1.0/1.8 All Ratings T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 NSV 13.9 Tap All Ratings T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T90/T200 T100/T200 2 32 .5 2.5 2.Dry Instrument Transformers Medium-Voltage Current Transformers KOR-11 (15 kV Outdoor) The KOR-11 current transformer is designed for outdoor use.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1. This unit is rated 110 kV BIL and 60 Hz. Pinetops.5 2. 150 x normal 800 A.0/1.8 kV 100 kV BIL Single Ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 150 200 300 400 600 800 5/10 10/20 20/40 25/50 50/100 75/150 100/200 150/300 200/400 300/600 400/800 7524A12G01 7524A12G02 7524A12G03 7524A12G04 7524A12G05 7524A12G06 7524A12G07 7524A12G08 7524A12G09 7524A12G10 7524A12G11 7524A12G12 7524A12G13 7524A12G14 7524A12G15 7524A12G16 7524A13G01 7524A13G02 7524A13G03 7524A13G04 7524A13G05 7524A13G06 7524A13G07 7524A13G08 7524A13G09 7524A13G10 7524A13G11 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 T200 1.1 through B1.5 2.8 kV 100 kV BIL Double Ratio Transformers 0.5 1.1 through B1.0/1.5 1.0/1. The mechanical and thermal rating values are as follows: Mechanical Rating 5 through 600 A. 110 x normal Thermal Rating 5 through 600 A.5 1.5 2. 100 x normal for 1 second 800 A.5 0. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary A Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy ANSI Relay Accuracy Rating Factor NSV 13.5 1.5 2.5 2.5 2.0/1.5 2.3 B0.0/1.5 1.5 1.0/1.5 1.

M. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Y 0.3 V.3W.3W.3W. M. X. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary Voltage Unfused 2400/4160Y 4200/4200Y 4800/4800Y 2 Fuses 2400/4160Y 4200/4200Y 4800/4800Y 1 Fuse 2400/4160GY 4200/4200GY2 4800/4800GY2 1 2 Ratio Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy1 20:1 35:1 40:1 7525A50G01 7525A50G02 7525A50G03 0.3W. Fluxed for line-to-line voltage. X. X. Y 0. The thermal rating values are as follows: Thermal Ratings1 1000 VA at 30°C ambient 700 VA at 55°C ambient Fuses are Type CLE-PT SN 677C452G01 Manufactured at ABB Inc.Medium-Voltage Current Transformers VIY-60 (5 kV Indoor) The V I Y. M. Y 20:1 35:1 40:1 7525A52G01 7525A52G02 7525A52G03 0.3W. M. M. M.3W. Y 0.com. Y 0. M. normal secondary voltage is 69. Y 0.60 V voltage transformer is designed for indoor use. X. X. X. Y Thermal and accuracy ratings are at 120 V secondary voltage. Pinetops. M. X.3W.3W.abb.3W. M. when connected line-to-ground. X. 33 ABB . This unit is rated 60 kV BIL and 60 Hz. Y 0. Y 20:1 35:1 40:1 7525A51G01 7525A51G02 7525A51G03 0. For more information. X.

560Y 12.3W.200Y 8400/14. X. Y. M. M. X. The thermal rating value is 1500 VA at 30°C ambient. X. Y. X. Y. Z 20:1 35:1 40:1 60:1 7525A89G01 7525A89G02 7525A89G03 7525A89G04 0.400Y 60:1 63.3W.000/12. X.3W. M. Z 0.3W. Z Ratio Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy 2 Transformers 34 . Z 0. 15 kV Outdoor) The VOZ-75 and VOZ-11 voltage transformers are designed for outdoor use.3W.200/13. M.7. M. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary Voltage VOZ-75 75 kV BIL 2400/4160Y 4200/7280Y 4800/8320Y 7200/7200Y VOZ-11 110 kV BIL 7200/12. Pinetops. Z 0. M. Y. Y.3W.3W. X. Y. X. M.5:1 70:1 100:1 110:1 120:1 7525A89G05 7525A89G06 7525A89G07 7525A89G08 7525A89G09 7525A89G10 0. Y. Z 0. Y.000Y 13.Dry Instrument Transformers Medium-Voltage Current Transformers VOZ-75/11 (8. Y. X. These units are rated 75 and 110 kV BIL and 60 Hz. Y. Z 0.470Y 7620/13. Z 0.3W. M. X. Z 0.200Y 14. M.400/14. M. Z 0.3W. Manufactured at ABB Inc. X.3W.

Z 0.940Y 18. The thermal rating value is 2000 VA at 30°C ambient.3W.abb.000/20. X. M. Y.000/18. 35 ABB .000Y 100:1 120:1 150:1 200:1 7525A90G01 7525A90G02 7525A90G03 7525A90G04 0. M.3W. Pinetops.3W. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Primary Voltage VOZ-15 150 kV BIL 12. Z Ratio Style Number ANSI Metering Accuracy For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.400/24. X. Y. X. M.780Y 14.com.000/24.3W. Z 0. Z 0.000Y 24. M.Medium-Voltage Current Transformers VOZ-15 (25 kV Outdoor) The VOZ -15 voltage transformer is designed for outdoor use. X. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Y. This unit is rated 150 kV BIL and 60 Hz. Y.

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Optical Sensors and Systems ABB develops. reduced maintenance and improved safety through elimination of oil/paper dielectric system. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. no magnetic core ferroresonance or saturation issues. 37 ABB . lightweight and smaller size for unique mounting configurations.com. manufactures. optical isolation between high-voltage sensors and secondary outputs in the control house. ABB optical current and voltage sensing systems provide many advantages relative to conventional transformer technology. including: greater accuracy.5 — 765 Features Passive optical current transducer suitable for outdoor applications Combines MOCT and electro-optic voltage transducer (EOVT) into a single-phase unit that is lightweight and compact in size 121 — 550 For more information. and lower installation cost.abb. SELECTION GUIDE Product Magneto-Optic Current Transducer (MOCT) Optical Metering Unit (OMU) Maximum System Voltage (kV) 72. and installs optical sensors and systems for measuring current and voltage on high-voltage power systems using optical sensor technologies and the properties of light.

STANDARD FEATURES Three phases of MOCT sensors mounted on polymer insulator columns with preterminated fiber optic cable Electronic MOCT module with signal processing electronics for installation in the substation control house Fiber optic cable for transmission of the light signal between the optical sensor and MOCT electronic module 2 Transformers 38 . Contact the factory for application assistance. The MOCT system is suitable for outdoor applications and has an accurate metering current range from less than 5 A to 2000 A using the same sensor. Metering accuracy exceeds class 0. This output allows direct connection to a standard electronic meter.0 A current output for metering. The MOCT optical metering and relaying system provides a 1. A low-voltage analog output can also be supplied to interface the MOCT system to certain protective relays. optical current transducer. which uses light to accurately measure current on high-voltage systems.Optical Sensors and Systems Magneto-Optic Current Transducer (MOCT) The Magneto-Optic Current Transducer (MOCT) is a passive. Higher current rated designs are available upon request.2 per IEC 185 standards.

5 (2477) 109.2 (4856) Minimum Creep Distance Inches (mm) 70 (1778) 113 (2870) 137 (3479) 165 (4191) 222 (5638) 260 (6604) 272 (6900) 433 (11. 39 ABB .com. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm) Maximum System Voltage (kV) 72. Greensburg.000) Contact Factory Weight Lbs.6 (1590) 70.2 (1783) 79.Manufactured at ABB Inc.9 (1242) 62. (kg) 110 (50) 117 (53) 120 (54) 123 (56) 133 (60) 139 (63) 348 (158) 410 (186) For more information.6 (2784) 132 (3355) 191.5 121 145 169 242 245 362 550 765 BIL (kV) 350 550 650 750 900 1050 1300 1800 2050 Dimension A Inches (mm) 48. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.3 (2014) 97.abb.

FEATURES Construction The EOVT optical voltage sensing element operates in an SF6 atmosphere contained in a hollow tube composite bushing consisting of a fiberglass tube support and silicone rubber sheds. which provides the signal processing for the optical voltage sensor (EOVT). The OMU combines the Magneto-Optic Current Transducer (MOCT) and ElectroOptic Voltage Transducer (EOVT) technologies for current and voltage sensing into a single-phase unit that is lightweight and compact in size. which can be interfaced to electronic meters and/or relays in high-voltage substations. This design permits true optical voltage measurement for the highest possible accuracy and stability. The OMU system consists of four major components: Three phases of OMU units installed in the substation. which provides the signal processing for the optical current sensor (MOCT). Fiber optic breakout cable. 3000 EOVT electronic module. relative to conventional oil-filled current and voltage transformers. This module provides a 120 V nominal voltage output. No capacitive dividers are used and full line-to-ground voltage is applied across the EOVT sensor.0 A nominal current output for direct connection to a standard electronic meter. The MOCT optical current sensing element is mounted at the top of the bushing. The reduced size and increased accuracy of the OMU. which contain the optical current (MOCT) and voltage (EOVT) sensors 2100-I MOCT electronic module.This module provides a 1. which provides the optical link between the OMU units and the electronic modules 40 2 Transformers . outside of the SF6 environment.Optical Sensors and Systems Optical Metering Unit (OMU) The ABB Optical Metering Unit (OMU) system was developed to provide combined optical current and voltage measurement. make the design particularly well suited for the addition of revenue metering to existing substations where space may be a premium. Connections between the MOCT and EOVT sensors in the OMU and the electronic modules in the control house are via optical fiber breakout cable. The elimination of oil/paper insulation provides enhanced safety and reduced maintenance costs. in a protective housing assembly.

4) For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Greensburg.8) 331 (150.com. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm) Maximum System Voltage (kV) 121 — 169 242 362 550 BIL (kV) 750 1050 1300 1800 Dimension A Inches (mm) 87.9 (3249) 145.6 (3445) 237.4) 748 (339.180) Weight Lbs.8 (6040) 277.0) 459 (208.2 (11. (kg) 299 (135.abb. 41 ABB .2 (2214) 127.1 (5144) Minimum Creep Distance Inches (mm) 135.4 (3694) 213.Manufactured at ABB Inc.9 (7060) 440.

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designed for crossfeed (Type 2) loop or radial feed Tamper-resistant.500GY/19. ABB offers single-phase. tamper resistance.940 ∆ 4160GY/2400 — 24.5 kV and below.com. designed for single loads or loop or radial feed Low-profile. in ratings from 10 — 250 kVA.920 4160GY/2400 — 34.500GY/ 19.940GY/14. ABB padmounted transformers meet or exceed ANSI standards for durability.500GY/19. or radial feed Accommodates air switching. multi-service. composite material.Single-Phase. They are also suitable for light commercial loads and industrial lighting and diversified power applications.920 4160GY/2400 — 34.920 4160GY/2400 — 24.400 Features One-piece design. metering accessories. higher latch point.500GY/19. SELECTION GUIDE Product Composite Hood/Sill Micro-Pak® Mini-Pak® Maxi-Pak® kVA 10 — 100 10 — 50 10 — 167 10 — 250 Voltage Range 4160GY/2400 — 34. The product features carbon steel enclosures and/or stainless steel materials for corrosion resistance. designed for straight-up feed (Type 1). tamper-resistant. 43 ABB . loop. live front connections for multi-dwelling installations Designed for residential underground systems RTP® 25 — 333 Underground 25 — 167 For more information.940GY/14. padmounted distribution transformers are specifically designed to serve residential distribution loads. All padmounted transformers are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001. and safety. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Padmounted Transformers ABB single-phase. tamper-resistant. wide range of configurations.400 4160GY/2400 — 34. padmounted transformers at 34.abb. lightweight. corrosion-resistant Low-profile.920+22.

Externally clamped.25.12.28 tamper-resistance tests. stiffness. The system provides significant operational advantages including more cost-effective corrosion protection than stainless steel. impact tests at –20°F. thermosetting resin. 12" — 13 NC tapped hole. non-conductive. for a steel hood). ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES The elimination of the traditional metal sill improves access to the cable area and simplifies installation. high-voltage bushing wells and a parking stand between the bushing wells are provided for attachment of bushing accessories. compressionmolded replacement for the steel hood and sill on the single-phase. Due to its light weight (25 lbs. It is accepted by the RUS.The design meets C57. It latches at a single point to the tank. A non-conductive enclosure provides excellent insulation protection from exposed energized cables and bushings.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. A recessed lock pocket and handle are conveniently located at the front-top center of the enclosure.12. Strategically located stiffening ribs improve strength. The composite hood/sill transformer has passed all ANSI C57. vs 50 lbs. The composite is made of fiberglassreinforced. low-voltage bushings NEMA safety labels Nameplate Durable. corrosion-resistant paint finish 44 2 Transformers . Tanks are constructed of heavy gauge steel with welded seams. All transformers are supplied with: • 58" — 11 stainless steel lifting bosses ⁄ • Oil level/fill plug • Oil drain plug • Self-actuating. 716" deep ⁄ ⁄ Externally clamped. A tongue and groove arrangement ensures tamper-resistance when closed and locked. a single operator may open and close the composite enclosure with little effort. The composite enclosure is less prone to damage on impact. pressure-relief device • Two (2) ground bosses. Padmounted Composite Hood/Sill ABB’s innovative “composite hood” is a one-piece. and tests simulating a high-voltage elbow failure. and flexibility to meet the required design and function criteria. padmounted transformer. and a stainless steel latch plate with attached lock bolt is fastened to the lock pocket. Additional tests were performed to ensure that the enclosure would withstand the abuse of string weed trimmers and impact from lawn equipment. removable. They are pressure-tested and inspected for leaks prior to shipment.

This fuse is a drawout design and is supplied in series with an isolation link. 15. 45 ABB . • An oil-immersed.500GY/19.The unit may be anchored from the front edges of the tank. 277 V For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 75. Anchoring cleats are not provided. 75. tin-plated copper alloy spade – Four-hole.920 V BIL 60. bayonet-type fuse link removes the transformer from the system in case of an internal fault (fault sensing) or a secondary short or overload (overload sensing). 95. 25. 37. 100 HV 4160GY/2400 — 34.com. tin-plated copper alloy spade • Cable lead secondary Miscellaneous: • Stainless steel transformer (304 or 400 CB) tank • Stainless steel (Mini-Skirt™) at base of carbon steel tank A conduit hole and a fault indicator cannot be provided on the composite hood.5. An optional drip plate is provided to prevent oil from dripping onto the bushing or elbow. 50. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 65°C Rise 60 Hz standard. 50 Hz optional kVA 10. 480/240.abb. 125 kV LV 240/120. inline. Primary connections: • Universal bushing wells (standard) and load-break inserts • Integral (one-piece) load-break bushings Secondary connections: • Copper studs with contact nuts (standard) • Copper studs with rotatable spades – Four-hole. Internal stencils and decals also cannot be provided. NEMA-type.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Overcurrent protection: • An internal. primary protective link removes the transformer from the system in the event of an internal fault.

5 50 75 100 A B C D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 32 (814) 32 (814) 32 (814) 34 (865) 34 (865) 34 (865) 33 (840) 33 (840) 39 (992) 36 (916) 40 (1018) 42 (1067) 17 (432) 17 (432) 17 (432) 17 (432) 17 (432) 17 (432) Weight Lbs. Padmounted Composite Hood/Sill SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Actual dimensions will vary according to voltage. A B C D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Min Max 24 (611) 24 (611) 32 (814) 34 (865) 33 (840) 42 (1067) 17 (432) 17 (432) Manufactured at ABB Inc. loss evaluation. GA +706-548-3121 kVA 10 — 15 25 37. the slotted bracket on the tank permits the arm to rotate and be held in a vertical position. and accessories. Jefferson City.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase.) 2 46 . MO +573-634-2111 Athens. (kg) 685 (311) 725 (329) 775 (352) 865 (393) 985 (447) 1100 (500) Front View Side View Recommended Pad Dimensions Transformers Latching Arm (To minimize arm interference during installation and maintenance.

removable stainless steel ⁄ hinge pins provide safe and durable service. Externally clamped. and Maxi-Pak are single-phase. All transformers provide safe and reliable underground service and are available in loop or radial feed. Maxi-Pak® The Micro-Pak. high-voltage bushing wells and a parking stand between the bushing wells are provided for attachment of bushing accessories. The Micro-Pak’s aesthetic design makes it attractive for rural residences. 716" deep ⁄ ⁄ The front sill latches with the flip-top hood. A hex-head locking bolt is available. All single-phase transformers are supplied with: • 58" — 11 stainless-steel lifting bosses ⁄ • Oil level/fill plug • Oil drain plug • Self-actuating.abb. The Maxi-Pak is designed specifically for customers requiring straight-up feed (Type 1) rather than crossfeed (Type 2). removable. Padmounted Micro-Pak®. 47 ABB . corrosion-resistant paint finish For more information. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Equipped with two universal high-voltage bushing wells for loop feed (only one bushing well is provided for radial feed) A flip-top hood and heavy duty 38". contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. pressure relief device • Two ground bosses.They are pressure-tested and inspected for leaks prior to shipment. is attached on the side of the tank. and is removable. Tanks are constructed of heavy gauge steel with welded seams. and ranches. The Mini-Pak offers flexibility in a complete line of ratings and a wide range of configurations. Externally clamped.12. A recessed locking assembly with padlock provisions and penta-head locking bolt is standard for tamper-resistant operation. 12" — 13 NC tapped hole.com. distribution padmounted transformers. Mini-Pak®. farms. low-voltage bushings Tamper-resistant design that exceeds ANSI C57.Single-Phase. Mini-Pak.28 NEMA safety labels Nameplate Durable.

• An oil-immersed. tin-plated copper alloy spade – Four-hole. 120/240*. 277 V 4160GY/2400 — 34. Maxi-Pak only) SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 65°C Rise 60 Hz standard. 125 kV 240/120. Maxi-Pak only). • A secondary breaker provides protection against secondary overloads and short circuits (Mini-Pak. • A current-limiting fuse mounted in a dry well. load-break canister (Mini-Pak. 95.5. 75. 480/240. 95. 37. 50. 240/480.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. 75. NEMA-type. 125 kV 240/120. Mini-Pak only) • Conduit hole (Mini-Pak. 277 V. 15. 277 V 2 48 . 37.920 V 60. 250 *Available only with cable lead secondary 4160GY/2400 — 34. 75. Maxi-Pak® OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Overcurrent protection: • An internal. 167 Maxi-Pak 10.500GY/19. or overload. Maxi-Pak only): • Externally operated tap changer • Externally operated dual-voltage switch • Externally operated load-break oil rotary (LBOR) switch Miscellaneous: • Cleats for anchoring sill to pad • Polypad mounting base (Micro-Pak only) • Stainless steel transformer (304 or 400 CB) • Stainless steel (Mini-Skirt) at base of carbon steel tank • Composite hood/sill. 240/480* Transformers 10. 15. 25. 50 Mini-Pak HV BIL LV 4160GY/2400 — 24. Maxi-Pak only) Primary connections: • Universal bushing wells (standard) and load-break inserts • Integral (one piece) load-break bushings Secondary connections: • Copper studs with contact nuts (standard) • Copper studs with rotatable spades – Four-hole.400 V 60. 25. Maxi-Pak only) • A partial range. 480/240. 480/240.5. 95. 100.5.500GY/19. primary protective link removes the transformer from the system in the event of an internal fault. tin-plated copper alloy spade • Cable lead secondary Switching (Mini-Pak. 100. secondary short. 15. 167. bayonet-type fuse link removes the transformer from the system in case of an internal fault.920 V 60. 125. 50 Hz optional kVA Micro-Pak 10. 25. 75. one-piece enclosure (available in limited sizes. current-limiting fuse mounted under oil with the transformer tank (Mini-Pak. 50.940GY/14. inline. Padmounted Micro-Pak®. 120/240. 75. 150 kV 240/120. Mini-Pak®. 37.

loss evaluation.5 (776) 35.25 (363) 16.5 (776) 46.5 (1183) 14. and accessories.25 (363) 19.com. MO +573-634-2111 Athens.abb. ABB Inc.25 (490) 24 (611) 26 (661) 24 (611) 24 (611) 30.Manufactured at SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Actual dimensions will vary according to voltage. Jefferson City.5 (776) 46.5 (1183) 14.25 (413) Micro-Pak Front View Mini-Pak Front View Maxi-Pak Front View Micro-Pak Side View Mini-Pak Side View Maxi-Pak Side View For more information. GA +706-548-3121 A B C D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Micro-Pak Min Max Mini-Pak Min Max Maxi-Pak Min Max 32 (814) 42 (1068) 32 (814) 44 (1119) 30.5 (902) 14. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.25 (490) Recommended Pad Dimensions 24 (611) 42 (1068) 32 (814) 44 (1119) 30. 49 ABB .25 (363) 19.

externally clamped. pressure-relief device Drain plug Removable neutral ground strap Handhole bolted onto tank top and protected by weather cover Panel coolers. high-voltage epoxy bushing wells and parking stands Lightning arrester mounting pads (live front only) Tank ground pads (1 in HV. externally clamped. live front connections. Padmounted RTP®—Residential Transformer Padmounted The RTP is a residential or commercial single-phase.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. For live front construction. corrosion-resistant paint finish 2 Transformers 50 . metering accessories. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Weather cover over cabinet provided with hold-down hardware to secure it firmly to cabinet Four (4) lifting lugs Bolted-on terminal compartment (18" deep) with removable front sill Hinged. and with or without taps. ⁄ Externally clamped. lift-off cabinet doors with stop in open position Interlocked penta-head bolt/padlock handle operates a cam assembly that is part of the 3-point door latching mechanism (hex-head bolt available). 167 kVA through 250 kVA NEMA safety labels Durable. padmounted transformer suitable for diverse applications. clamp-type connector (accommodates #6 AWG solid to 250 MCM stranded conductors) For dead front construction. high-voltage porcelain bushings with a single eyebolt. low-voltage epoxy bushings with threaded copper studs Nameplate Fill plug and self-actuating. and other important accessories for multi-dwelling installations. for radial or loop feed applications. 1 in LV) Steel high/low-voltage compartment barrier Two 12" penta-head bolts must be removed from the flange ⁄ formed on the steel high/low barrier before the HV door can be opened (12" hex-head bolts available as an option). The single-phase RTP is designed to accommodate air switching. It is available in live and dead front construction.

50. drain valve and sampler. 75.500GY/19. 125. load-break. two for loop feed • EFD air switch with current-limiting fuse.940 ∆ BIL 60. 167.abb. epoxy bushing wells (standard) and load-break or nonload-break inserts • Integral load-break bushings Secondary termination: • Externally clamped bushings with rotatable NEMA 4-hole “H” or 4-hole inline spades Primary switching: • LBOR oil switch—one for radial. 333* *The 333 requires special engineering. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 277 V For more information. 3 — 27 kV • Distribution class. and pressure-vacuum gauge provision SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 65°C Rise 60 Hz standard. 95. partial range. 3 — 36 kV Construction options: • 24" (588 mm) and 30" (735 mm) deep terminal cabinet • Drain valve and sampling device • Mounting plate for CTs or PTs • Interphase barriers • Molded case external secondary breaker • Oil level plug • Substation accessories—oil gauge. HV 4160GY/2400 — 34. 240/480. 120/240. 51 ABB . 75.5. 100.com. 480/240. available in radial feed (live front only) • Externally operated tap changer • Externally operated.920 V. 150 kV LV 240/120. 250.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Primary termination: • Externally clamped. current-limiting fuses Overvoltage protection: • Distribution class. valve-type lightning arresters. current-limiting fuses with or without interlocking transformer switch • Secondary oil circuit breaker • Internal. metal oxide arresters. series-multiple (dual-voltage) switch Overcurrent protection: • Internal primary protective links • Bayonet-type expulsion fuses • Drawout. 2400 ∆ — 22. thermometer. 37. 50 Hz optional kVA 25.

8 (1140) 44.5 (1183) 46.1 (1351) 53. Jefferson City.2 mm) cable compartment depth.8 (1140) 44.8 (1140) 44.1 (1351) 44.5 (1183) 46. (kg) 3200 (1453) 3250 (1476) 3325 (1510) 3350 (1521) 3400 (1544) 3750 (1703) 3980 (1807) Oil Gallons (L) 120 (454) 125 (473) 128 (484) 130 (492) 133 (503) 161 (609) 175 (662) kVA 25 50 75 100 167 250 333 NOTE: Physical data is approximate and is based on singlevoltage units with or without taps.8 (1140) 44.8 (1140) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) Weight Lbs.5 (1285) 50.8 (1140) 44.5 (1183) 46. Padmounted RTP®—Residential Transformer Padmounted SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Manufactured at ABB Inc.8 (1140) 53. 2 Transformers 52 . contact the division for specific product weights and dimensions.8 (1140) 44. Dimensions may change to meet specific customer requirements.8 (1140) 44.8 (1140) 44.1 (1351) 53.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. with standard 18" (457.1 (1351) 53. Due to the multiplicity of sizes and weights associated with loss levels and component selection.5 (1285) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 46 (1170) 44. MO +573-634-2111 The information shown is for standard RTP designs. A B C D E Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 46. and with no secondary breaker.5 (1183) 50.5 (1285) 50.

Single-Phase. Padmounted Underground The single-phase underground transformer is designed for use on residential underground systems. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. bayonet-type fuse link removes the transformer from the system in case of an internal fault. 53 ABB . Secondary connections: • Copper studs with contact nuts (standard) • Copper studs with rotatable spades Copper windings Miscellaneous: • External tap changer • 304 stainless steel tank kVA HV BIL LV For more information. corrosion-resistant paint finish OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES An oil-immersed. Each unit is pressure-tested and inspected for leaks prior to shipment. secondary short.com.abb. The transformer utilizes a stainless steel tank and cover. pressure-relief device Sealed tank construction Welded-on cover Nameplate Durable. It is built to withstand environmental conditions common to below-grade and vault-type installations. or overload. high-voltage bushing wells for loop feed Parking stand between the two (2) primary bushings for attachment of bushing accessories Welded-in stud. Equipped with two (2) universal. low-voltage bushings with threaded studs for use with copper or aluminum connectors Stainless steel ground pads near each bushing All single-phase transformers are supplied with: • Two (2) lifting lugs • Oil level/fill plug • Oil drain plug • Oil level sight gauge • Self-actuating. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES A 400 CB stainless steel tank with all seams welded.

75. and accessories. 60 Hz standard. 277 V Standard Design Dimensions Actual dimensions will vary according to voltage. 100. 95. loss evaluation.5.400 V BIL 60. 480/240. Jefferson City. MO +573-634-2111 kVA 25. kVA 25 37.940GY/14. an actual full-load temperature rise of 55°C maximum allows additional capacity for temperature differentials between vault-type and above-ground installations per ANSI standards. Padmounted Underground SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 55°C Rise Although the insulation is 65°C temperature rise. 125 kV LV 240/120. 37.5 50 75 100 167 A B C* D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 29 (745) 29 (745) 29 (745) 31 (791) 31 (791) 32 (824) 26 (661) 26 (661) 26 (661) 28 (705) 28 (705) 29 (738) 33 (845) 33 (845) 33 (845) 36 (907) 36 (907) 37 (935) 28 (720) 28 (720) 30 (771) 33 (847) 38 (974) 42 (1076) *C Dimension = Diameter NOTE: Dimensions are in inches (millimeters) and are approximate. 75. 50 Hz optional Manufactured at ABB Inc.Distribution Transformers Single-Phase. 50. Front View Transformers Side View 2 54 . based on single-voltage units with or without taps. 167 HV 4160GY/2400 — 24. Dimensions may change to meet specific customer requirements.

padmounted transformers at 34.5 kV. institutional facilities. 125 BIL Up to 34. Padmounted Transformers ABB three-phase. 150 BIL Up to 34.Three-Phase. patented fin-fold design For above-ground installation on platforms. and minimizes core losses See Small Power Transformers—Unit Substation in this section for product information Amorphous Metal Core Secondary Unit Substation For more information. 150 BIL Features Low profile. patented fin-fold design Flexible applications. ABB transformers are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001.abb. 150 BIL Up to 34. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. many switching and fusing options. ABB offers three-phase. non-corrosive hardware. hood design Maximum tamper-resistant design. 150 BIL Up to 24. 55 ABB .com. padmounted distribution transformers are specifically designed to serve underground distribution loads in applications such as shopping centers. 125 BIL Up to 34. is energy efficient. SELECTION GUIDE Product MTP™— Mini Three-Phase MTR®—Three-Phase Padmounted UCT®—Underground Commercial Transformer Platform-Mounted kVA 45 — 150 45 — 1500 2000 — 2500 75 — 1000 30 — 2500 45 — 1000 (also single-phase 10 — 250) 500 — 2500 Voltage Range Up to 24.5 kV. The product features a cabinet design for maximum tamper resistance which exceeds ANSI standards. and industrial plants.9 kV. sealed-tank construction Available in a variety of styles. schools. All ABB transformers meet or exceed ANSI standards for durability and safety.9 kV.5 kV and below at ratings from 45 — 2500 kVA. smaller footprint. compact design.5 kV.5 kV.

2 at 8. corrosion-resistant paint finish OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Standard fusing is bayonet with or without under-oil. Tanks are constructed of heavy-gauge steel with welded seams. The design allows easy access for installation and maintenance of the transformer. low-voltage bushings Loop or radial feed.28 NEMA safety labels Nameplate Durable. The front sill latches with the flip-top hood.26. is attached on the side of the tank. stores. Padmounted MTP™—Mini Three-Phase The Mini Three-Phase. Externally clamped. currentlimiting fuses in dry-well canisters are only available in radial units with single-fuse application. Full-range. Loop pattern will be loop “V” with minimum dimensions per ANSI C57 12. general purpose. and is removable. Standard low-voltage pattern is the staggered arrangement per ANSI C57 12. Its discreet profile is ideal for commercial applications such as banks. but not combined with each other. Recessed locking assembly with padlock provisions and penta-head locking bolt is standard for tamper-resistant operation.4 kV. install and maintain.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase. including the Mini-Skirt. Stainless steel designs. Padmounted Transformer (MTP) is designed for the needs of utility customers to reduce costs and improve aesthetics. This feature allows more space to mount metering current transformers. Radial pattern will be either horizontal with minimum dimensions per ANSI C57 12. Five-legged core/coil assembly Cabinet depth is standardized at 19".26. 4a with minimum dimensions. One (1) load-break oil switch One (1) live HO bushing in the high-voltage compartment A high-low barrier will be either metal or glasspoly. Fig. and restaurants.12.A hex-head locking bolt is available. Special slant low-voltage pattern available upon request.They are pressure-tested and inspected for leaks prior to shipment. Fig. Substation accessories available (normally in the low-voltage compartment) 2 Transformers 56 . partial range.3/14. The MTP features a hood and removable sill instead of doors. are available. removable high-voltage bushing wells and a parking stand between the bushing wells are provided for attaching accessories. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Flip-top hood and heavy duty 3⁄8". Externally clamped. Tamper-resistant design that exceeds ANSI C57. Taps or delta/wye or dual voltage are available. Fig. 1 or a non-ANSI slant pattern. or current-limiting fusing.26. dead front only for high-voltage configurations. The MTP design is easier to handle. removable stainless steel hinge pins provide safe and durable service.

25 (490) Recommended Pad Dimensions NOTE: Physical data is approximate and is based on single-voltage units with or without taps.com.940GY/ 14. 480Y/277.5 (1461) 19 (490) 19 (490) Weight Lbs. 75. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. MO +573-634-2111 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 65°C Rise 60 Hz standard.5 (1183) 19.5 (1132) 44.5 (1132) 46.5 (1308) 57. and 240 ∆ with 120 V mid-tap in one phase Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Actual dimensions will vary according to voltage. A B C D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Min Max 36 (916) 42 (1068) 44 (1119) 44 (1119) 51. 240 ∆. and accessories. loss evaluation. Jefferson City. 460Y/265. For more information. 95 kV LV 208Y/120.abb. 216Y/125. with standard 19.Manufactured at ABB Inc.25" (489 mm) cable compartment depth.5 (1081) 44.25 (490) 19. 480 ∆.400 ∆ at 95 BIL spacing only BIL 60.5 150 A B C D Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 42 (1068) 42 (1068) 42 (1068) 42 (1068) 44 (1119) 44 (1119) 44 (1119) 44 (1119) 42. Dimensions may change to meet specific customer requirements. 50 Hz optional kVA 45 — 150 HV 4160GY/2400 — 24. (kg) 1750 (795) 2500 (1135) Oil Gallons (L) 90 (341) 150 (568) kVA 45 75 112.400 V at 95 BIL spacing only 14.25 (490) 19.25 (490) 19. 57 ABB .

Externally clamped. padmounted distribution transformers specifically designed for servicing such underground distribution loads as shopping centers. externally clamped high-voltage bushing wells for load-break or nonload-break inserts Lightning arrester mounting pads (live front only) Tank ground pads (1 in HV. integral low-voltage bushings for current above 2100 A. and industrial plants. 1 in LV) Steel high/low-voltage compartment barrier For standard units. two (2) 1⁄2" penta-head bolts must be removed from the flange formed on the steel high/low barrier before the HV door can be opened (1⁄2" hex-head bolts available as an option). Padmounted MTR® ABB MTR transformers are oil-filled. For 2000 and 2500 kVA. For live front construction.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase.A hex-head bolt is available. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Four (4) lifting lugs Bolted-on terminal compartment (18" deep for 45 — 1500 kVA and 24" deep for 2000 and 2500 kVA) with removable front sill Hinged. schools. Nameplate Fill plug and self-actuating. externally clamped. externally clamped. Externally clamped. low-voltage bushings with threaded copper stud for full load current below 2100 A. It is available in both live front and dead front construction. for radial or loop feed applications. three-phase. For FMS style units. high-voltage porcelain bushings with a single eyebolt. and with or without taps. low-voltage bushings with NEMA 10-hole spades. clamp-type connector (accommodates #6 AWG solid to 250 MCM stranded conductors) For dead front construction. pressurerelief device Drain plug Removable neutral ground strap Five-legged core/coil assembly Handhole cover bolted onto tank top (protected by weathercover) Panel-type coolers NEMA safety labels Durable. corrosion-resistant paint finish 2 Transformers 58 . institutions. Units may feature our unique fliptop cabinet called the FMS design. one (1) 1⁄2" penta-head bolt must be removed from the flange formed on the steel high/low barrier before the HV door can be opened. commercial. NEMA spades provided per ANSI hole requirements. lift-off cabinet doors Interlocked penta-head bolt/padlock handle operates a cam assembly which is part of the 3-point door latching mechanism.

150 kV BIL and below Low voltages: 208Y/120. – Can be lifted and automatically secured into place with a single supporting arm. The weather cover can be completely removed for better access (i.abb. 24". and pressure-vacuum gauge provision • Low-profile FMS design with hinged weather cover over the cabinet that can be raised for removal of bayonet-type fuses • FMS Weathercover: – Transformers may feature an optional weathercover over the cabinet. and 2400/4160Y/2400 for 500 kVA and larger) 2000 through 2500 kVA 65°C average winding rise 60 Hz standard. SPECIFICATIONS 45 through 1500 kVA 65°C average winding rise 60 Hz standard. two for loop feed • Externally operated tap changer • Externally operated. 480Y/277. 50 Hz optional High voltages: 7200 Grd Y/4160 through 34. thermometer. 2400 ∆.500 for delta systems. 216Y/125. external secondary breaker • Substation accessories—oil gauge. – Sloped design easily sheds water. partial-range. 50 Hz optional High voltages: 4160 Grd Y/2400 through 34.500 for delta systems. various dual high voltages Taps: All voltages are available with or without taps. load-break. 150 kV BIL and below Low voltages: 460Y/265 480 ∆ 2400 ∆ 480Y/277 4160Y/2400 2400/4160Y/2400 For more information.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Primary termination: • Externally clamped bushing wells with load-break or nonload-break inserts • Integral load-break bushings Secondary termination: • Externally clamped bushings with NEMA 6-hole. 4160 ∆. pulling of cables). 4160 through 34. or 12-hole spades • Spade supports available. or 30" deep terminal cabinet • Drain valve and sampling device • Mounting plate for CTs or PTs • Interphase barriers • Molded case. various dual high voltages Taps: All voltages are available with or without taps.500 Grd Y/19. and 240 ∆ with 120 V mid-tap in one phase (4160Y/2400. 3 — 27 kV Construction options: • 18". 3 — 36 kV • Distribution class.500 Grd Y/19. with or without interlocking transformer switch (45 — 1500 kVA) • Secondary oil circuit breaker (45 — 300 kVA) • Internal. 2400 through 34.e.com. 480 ∆. current-limiting fuses. series-multiple (dual-voltage) switch • Externally operated delta-wye switch Overcurrent protection: • Internal primary protective links • Bayonet-type expulsion fuses • Drawout. 59 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. which is hinged to allow clearance for replacement of the bayonet-type fuses. Insulation classes: 35 kV. 8-hole. Primary switching: • LBOR oil switch—one for radial. drain valve and sampler. 240 ∆.. valve-type lightning arresters.920 for grounded wye systems. Insulation classes: 35 kV. current-limiting fuses Overvoltage protection: • Distribution class. 10-hole.920 for grounded wye systems. 460Y/265. metal-oxide arresters. provided for 8-hole spades and larger when the current is 1400 A or greater. – Requires no additional hold-down hardware.

8 (1140) 44.8 (1241) 50.8 (1140) 46.8 (1140) 44.8 (1496) 58.8 (1699) 68.8 (1140) 44.8 (1496) 60.8 (1140) 44.5 (1692) 66.8 (1191) 46.8 (1699) 68. Padmounted MTR® SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.5 (1692) 70.5 (1386) 58.8 (1699) 68.8 (1496) 60.5 (1794) 70.8 (1496) 44.8 (1750) 70.8 (1140) 44.5 (1386) 54.5 (1386) 54.8 (1140) 44.8 (1547) 62.8 (1292) 52.8 (1496) 60.5 (1386) 66.8 (1750) 70.8 (1140) 44.5 (1794) 54. 3.800 (5811) 14.8 (1140) 44.8 (1241) 50. and 4 (C57.8 (1598) 66.5 (1692) 70.12.100 (6401) 2400 (1090) 2500 (1135) 2800 (1271) 3500 (1589) 3800 (1725) 5600 (2542) 7400 (3360) 8200 (3723) 10.8 (1191) 46.8 (1801) 44.8 (1140) 49.8 (1140) 44.8 (1801) 44.8 (1140) 44.5 (1692) 66.300 (4676) 12.5 (1183) 46.5 (1386) 54. kVA A Inches (mm) 54.5 (1692) 70.8 (1267) 50.5 (1386) 54.5 (1386) 54.8 (1496) 58.8 (1801) D Inches (mm) 44.5 (1794) 70.12.8 (1394) 58. Radial Feed.800 (5811) 14. ANSI Fig. 1.8 (1191) 48.8 (1598) 66.8 (1140) 44.800 (5811) 14.8 (1394) 58.5 (1386) 58.5 (1386) 54. (kg) 2280 (1035) 2400 (1090) 2700 (1226) 3350 (1521) 3650 (1657) 5200 (2361) 7100 (3223) 7900 (3587) 9700 (4404) 12.8 (1140) 49.8 (1191) 48.8 (1343) 54.8 (1292) 58. 1.8 (1496) 44.5 (1183) 46.8 (1267) 50.5 (1794) 46.5 (1386) 54.8 (1496) 58. 2.5 (1794) 70.5 (1386) 54. and 3 (C57.12. ANSI Fig.8 (1140) 46. 3.8 (1241) 50.8 (1292) 58.5 (1488) 66. 2.8 (1140) 49.22) 75 112 150 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 75 112 150 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 75 112 150 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 Dead Front.8 (1267) 50.5 (1183) 54.8 (1343) 54.8 (1394) 58.5 (1183) 46. and 4 (C57.8 (1292) 52.5 (1183) 46.8 (1191) 48.26) 2 Transformers 60 .100 (6401) 2350 (1067) 2450 (1112) 2700 (1226) 3400 (1544) 3700 (1680) 5400 (2452) 7100 (3223) 7900 (3587) 9700 (4404) 12.8 (1292) 52.8 (1547) 62.100 (6401) Oil Gallons (L) 115 (435) 115 (435) 125 (473) 150 (568) 165 (625) 200 (757) 270 (1022) 320 (1211) 390 (1476) 430 (1628) 500 (1893) 115 (435) 115 (435) 125 (473) 150 (568) 165 (625) 200 (757) 270 (1022) 320 (1211) 390 (1476) 430 (1628) 500 (1893) 120 (454) 120 (454) 130 (492) 160 (606) 170 (643) 200 (757) 270 (1022) 320 (1211) 390 (1476) 430 (1628) 500 (1893) Live Front. ANSI Fig.5 (1386) 54.8 (1292) 58.5 (1692) 66.5 (1794) B Inches (mm) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 60 (1526) 66 (1679) 81 (2061) 84 (2137) 86 (2188) 92 (2340) 98 (2493) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 66 (1679) 81 (2061) 84 (2137) 86 (2188) 92 (2340) 98 (2493) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 68 (1730) 82 (2086) 86 (2188) 88 (2239) 92 (2340) 98 (2493) C Inches (mm) 44.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase.8 (1140) 46.8 (1547) 62.8 (1750) 70. Radial Feed. Dimensions may change to meet the customer’s specifications.5 (1692) 66.8 (1140) 44. Loop Feed.8 (1191) 46.8 (1343) 54.5 (1692) 66.8 (1598) 66.5 (1488) 66.26) Dead Front.8 (1496) E Inches (mm) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 66 (1679) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) Weight Lbs.

61 ABB .com.abb. MO +573-634-2111 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For more information.Manufactured at ABB Inc. Jefferson City. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

200 A high-voltage universal bushing wells for loop feed.400 • Delta system 2400 ∆ through 16.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase. drywell. 6-hole spade bushings >2100 A Nameplate OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Three (3). externally operated load-break oil rotary switch with interlock to prevent removal of current-limiting fuses when switch is in closed position SPECIFICATIONS 75 — 1000 kVA. 50 Hz optional High voltages (125 kV BIL and below): • Grounded wye system 4160 Grd Y/2400 through 24. dead front applications and is offered with bayonet fusing or drywell current-limiting fuse protection interlocked with an LBOR oil load-break rotary switch for maximum safety. three-phase.940 Grd Y/14. Padmounted UCT®—Underground Commercial Transformer ABB’s UCT is a commercial or residential three-phase transformer suited for diverse applications. Bolted-on handhole cover(s) Stainless steel ground pads Durable. 750 kVA and below Recommended Options Bayonet fusing Three-phase (LBOR). current fuse canisters and current-limiting fuses Radial feed configuration Externally operable HV tap changer Externally operable HV dual-voltage switch Rotatable spade-type secondary bushings. The UCT is designed for use in underground vaults and offers application flexibility.340 ∆ Low voltages (30 kV BIL): 208Y/120 480Y/277 216Y/125 240 ∆ 416Y/240 480 ∆ 460Y/265 2 Transformers 62 . 55°C average winding rise 60 Hz standard. and easy accessibility for operating personnel. safety. The UCT is designed for loop feed. Parking stands are located near each bushing for attachment of bushing accessories. corrosion-resistant paint finish Pressure-relief device Oil fill plug and oil drain plug Four (4) lifting lugs Secondary bushings: • 750 kVA and below—welded-in bushings with threaded studs • 1000 kVA—externally clamped. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Six (6) welded-in.

(kg) 3500 (1589) 3700 (1680) 4000 (1816) 4800 (2179) 5000 (2270) 6200 (2815) 9500 (4313) 10.com.abb. kVA 75 112.5 150 225 300 500 750 1000 A B C D W X Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 52 (1323) 52 (1323) 52 (1323) 52 (1323) 56 (1425) 56 (1425) 64 (1628) 64 (1628) 60 (1526) 60 (1526) 60 (1526) 60 (1526) 67 (1704) 67 (1704) 75 (1908) 75 (1908) 31 (789) 31 (789) 31 (789) 31 (789) 31 (789) 31 (789) 33 (840) 35 (890) 31 (789) 31 (789) 31 (789) 38 (967) 42 (1068) 44 (1119) 46 (1170) 52 (1323) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 70 (1781) 70 (1781) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 62 (1577) 76 (1933) 76 (1933) 90 (2290) 90 (2290) Weight Lbs. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 63 ABB .500 (4767) For more information. Jefferson City. Dimensions may change to meet the customer’s specifications.Manufactured at ABB Inc. MO +573-634-2111 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.

65°C rise over 30°C ambient HV-34 kV and below. bolted onto tank cover Sealed tank construction Drain valve and sampler Two (2) tank ground pads Four (4) lifting lugs Nameplate Oil fill plug and self-actuating pressure relief valve Substation gauges—thermometer. built. no-load tap changer Designed. corrosion-resistant paint finish OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES 55°C rise over 40°C ambient HV lightning arresters 50 Hz Internal expulsion fuses Externally operated. liquid level. overload capability.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase. three-phase unit designed for above-ground installation on platforms including: • Congested commercial areas • Industrial development sites Low impedance (for good voltage regulation). ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES 30 — 2500 kVA. and pressure vacuum (provision only) Durable. superior short circuit strength. Padmounted Platform-Mounted The ABB Platform-Mounted Transformer is an oil-filled. and full nameplate kVA at design ambient are all standard features per requirements of ANSI. LV-600 V and below 60 Hz Handhole cover. and tested to meet IEC-76 standards 2 Transformers 64 .

5 (1412) 72.5 (1158) 45.5 (2048) 82.5 (1310) 51.5 (1692) 66.5 (1259) 52. Jefferson City.5 (1514) 63.8 (2335) 95.com.5 (1590) 66.5 (1056) 80. All cooling fin banks shown may not be required.abb.1 (1275) 50. kVA 75 112.5 (2022) 79.5 (979) 38.5 (1539) 62. 65 ABB .5 (1158) 48.5 (1514) 59.5 150 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 A B C Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 50.5 (1234) 49.5 (1844) 41. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 (2175) 88.0 (2086) 85. MO +573-634-2111 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimension and Weights Dimensions and weights are approximate and subject to change based on the final design at the time order is processed.060 (4567) 12.5 (1310) 59.5 (1692) 51.8 (2259) 91.4 (2045) Weight Lbs.860 (5838) For more information.100 (5493) 12.1 (1275) 55.5 (1310) 51.5 (979) 45.4 (2045) 80.5 (1615) 79.5 (2022) 79.5 (1336) 60.Manufactured at ABB Inc. (kg) 1380 (627) 1728 (785) 2000 (908) 2445 (1110) 2750 (1249) 3760 (1707) 5637 (2559) 9100 (4131) 10.5 (2022) 80.1 (2419) 38.

Padmounted Amorphous Metal Core Transformers with amorphous metal cores are available in both single-phase and three-phase designs. three-phase 45 — 1000 kVA High voltages: 4160 Grd Y/2400 through 34.Distribution Transformers Three-Phase.500 for Delta systems. resulting in lower core losses—up to 80% lower compared with silicon metal-core transformers. 2400 through 34. Cores can be installed in a variety of transformer styles and sizes. various dual high voltages Taps: All voltages are available with or without taps 2 Transformers 66 . ISO 9001 Certified Manufactured at ABB Inc. fusing. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings @ 65°C rise kVA: Single-phase 10 — 250 kVA. No-load losses represent a significant portion of the energy lost during power distribution. and no-load losses that occur in the magnetic cores and take place over the life of the transformer regardless of the load.500 Grd Y/19. For those utilities with a high cost of electricity and other concerns of generating power. the amorphous metalcore transformer can address the need to achieve system efficiency objectives. Amorphous metal-core transformers offer choices of switching.920 for grounded wye systems. The cores provide higher efficiency and lower loss performance. MO +573-634-2111 STANDARD FEATURES Amorphous metal core has a random atomic structure which is easily magnetized. The use of amorphous core transformers helps a utility save electric power consumption. Largest reduction in no-load losses compared with cores of silicon steel Five-legged core/coil assembly Cores can be matched with larger capacity windings to lower the total losses. and other transformer accessories. Jefferson City. overvoltage protection. Inherent in the operation of distribution transformers are two types of energy loss: load losses that vary depending on transformer loading.

800 and below 208Y/120 — 480Y/277 Three-Phase “T-T” 30 — 500 Three-Phase Triplex 30 — 225 Serves three-phase applications. in ratings from 5 — 833 kVA single-phase and 30 — 500 kVA three-phase. easy handling and installation. lower losses Serves three-phase applications.400 2400 — 19. easier. optional self-protecting package. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. They are also suitable for light commercial loads. thermal.400 Micro-Pole 1—3 2400 — 19. The ABB core design provides optimum efficiency and better mechanical. industrial lighting.abb.5 kV and below.920 13.com. state-of-the-art paint finish Single-phase. easier. SELECTION GUIDE Product Single-Phase Jumbo kVA 5 — 833 50 — 500 Voltage Range 2400 — 34. 67 ABB . ABB poletype transformers are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001. ABB offers single-phase and three-phase poletype transformers at 34. cleaner installation compared to three single-phase units POW-R-Pole® 100 — 500 2400 — 34. and electrical performance. and diversified power applications.920 Features Self-venting and resealing cover assembly. designed for light load applications. two-winding transformers specifically for “step-down” applications Designed for those applications where substation accessories are required and the transformer will be platform or padmounted Single-phase.800 and below 208T/120 — 480T/277 13.Poletype Transformers ABB poletype distribution transformers are specifically designed to serve residential overhead distribution loads. cleaner installation compared to three single-phase units For more information.

aluminum nameplate with bar-coded serial number Durable. thermal. anodized.Distribution Transformers Poletype Single-Phase. corrosive-resistant paint finish Type S Transformers The following additional features are all standard on self-protected type CSP units Primary protective link Surge arrester Secondary circuit breaker Secondary breaker operating handle with emergency overload reset and overload signal light 2 68 . high-voltage porcelain bushing(s) with eyebolt terminal (10 — 100 kVA) or spade terminal Fiberglass reinforced polyester or porcelain lowvoltage insulators Low-voltage neutral grounding strap (furnished on 10 — 50 kVA single HV bushing units) ANSI support lugs (hanger brackets) Cover has 13 mils minimum of polyester coating providing 15 kV dielectric insulation. They are also suitable for light commercial loads. ISO 9001 Certified Type CSP STANDARD FEATURES Lifting lugs Arrester mounting pads Cover-mounted. and electrical performance. Self-venting and resealing cover assembly The core/coil bolt in pads are 180° apart Embossed low-voltage leads Oil fill plug with cover ground strap Tank ground pad Laser-etched. and diversified power applications. oil-filled. These transformers are designed for the application conditions normally encountered on electric utility power distribution systems. pole-mounted distribution transformers are specifically designed for servicing residential overhead distribution loads. Overhead ABB’s single-phase. industrial lighting. ABB’s core design provides optimum efficiency and better mechanical.

5 Basic Impulse Level (kV) 30 60 75 95 125 150 200 For more information.2 5.500 Insulation Class 1.0 25. and 277 High voltages: 2400 through 34.0 18. CSP protection package consists of four (4) related components that work together to provide complete self-contained protection against surge currents.0 8.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.920 V available.000 V available. operable eyebolt bushing for cover mounting • Spin-top bushing for either cover or side-wall mount Tap changers compensate for small voltage variations along the distribution system. and overloads: • Protective link • MOV polymer arrester • Secondary circuit breaker • Optional current-limiting fuse Stainless-steel tanks and covers available Options Primary termination: • Cover-mounted.0 34. A dual-voltage switch permits use of the same transformer on distribution systems with different system voltages. porcelain bushing(s) with spin-top terminal (standard on all 4800 V and below) • Primary current-limiting backup fuse Secondary termination: Low-voltage porcelain bushings with NEMA spade terminals (standard on all units 167 kVA and above) Primary switching: • Externally operated tap changer • Externally operated.500 V Insulation levels: Rated Voltage Ranges 480 — 600 2160 — 2400 4160 — 4800 7200 — 12. 69 ABB .900 Optional 125 kV BIL 19.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-voltage bushings are of two (2) types and are made of wet process porcelain: • Speed-wrench. short circuits. 50 Hz optional Low voltages: 120/240. dual-voltage switch or internal terminal board Overcurrent protection: Internally mounted. high-voltage.920 — 22.200 — 14. porcelain bushing(s) with spin-top terminal • Side-wall mounted. 13.7 15.400 19. 34.abb.470 Optional 125 kV BIL 12. currentlimited fuse in series with protective link SPECIFICATIONS 5 — 833 kVA 65°C temperature rise 60 Hz standard. 240/480. high-voltage.

25 (591) 23.25 (591) 24 (611) 24 (611) 36 (916) 205 (93) 236 (107) 349 (158) 489 (222) 585 (265) 850 (386) 923 (419) 1475 (670) 1820 (826) 2040 (926) 217 (99) 247 (112) 363 (165) 510 (232) 605 (275) 875 (398) 968 (440) 1542 (701) 1885 (856) 2110 (959) 11 (42) 12 (46) 18 (68) 29 (110) 31 (118) 40 (152) 42 (160) 78 (296) 90 (342) 82 (312) 109 (414) 2850 (1294) 2950 (1341) 14.50 (445) 17.5 50 75 38 (965) 38 (965) 46 (1168) 46 (1168) 51 (1295) 52 (1320) 56 (1422) 56 (1422) 68 (1727) 61 (1549) 72 (1829) 17 (432) 17 (432) 22 (559) 22 (559) 25 (635) 25 (635) 27 (686) 38 (965) 38 (965) 42 (1067) 45 (1143) 20 (508) 20 (508) 24 (610) 24 (610) 27 (686) 28 (711) 28 (711) 33 (838) 33 (840) 35 (889) 39 (991) 13. Overhead SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.25 (388) 17.Distribution Transformers Poletype Single-Phase.25 (286) 11. and 277 Standard loss performance level kVA A B C D E Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) Weight Lbs. (kg) Oil Gallons (L) 7200/12. oil-immersed. self-cooled (OISC).25 (286) 11. 60 Hz.25 (286) 11.25 (286) 11.25 (286) 23. (kg) Weight Lbs.25 (286) 11.25 (286) 11.25 (337) 17.25 (591) 23. 240/480.25 (591) 24 (611) 24 (611) 36 (916) 205 (93) 245 (111) 455 (206) 505 (229) 730 (331) 910 (413) 985 (447) 1430 (649) 1865 (847) 1970 (894) 217 (98) 256 (116) 470 (214) 526 (239) 755 (343) 936 (425) 1025 (465) 1495 (680) 1930 (877) 2041 (928) 11 (42) 11 (42) 29 (110) 28 (106) 41 (156) 38 (144) 46 (175) 70 (266) 91 (346) 75 (285) 121 (458) Transformers 100 167 250 333 500 2960 (1344) 3055 (1389) 2 70 . Dimensions may change to meet the customer’s specifications.25 (337) 13.470Y Primary Voltage with Taps 10 15 25 37.50 (445) 17.) Low-voltages: 120/240.25 (286) 23.25 (337) 13.50 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 27 (687) 11.25 (591) 23.25 (286) 11.25 (591) 23.25 (337) 15.5 50 75 100 167 250 333 500 34 (864) 36 (914) 41 (1040) 44 (1118) 49 (1245) 49 (1245) 50 (1270) 58 (1473) 66 (1676) 62 (1575) 66 (1677) 17 (432) 17 (432) 19 (483) 22 (559) 22 (559) 25 (635) 27 (686) 38 (965) 38 (965) 42 (1067) 45 (1143) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 24 (610) 24 (610) 27 (686) 28 (711) 33 (838) 33 (838) 37 (940) 41 (1041) 13.400/24. Single-phase.50 (445) 20 (509) 20 (509) 20 (509) 24 (611) 24 (611) 24 (611) 27 (687) 11. 65°C rise high-voltage (Refer to division for available tap positions and dimensions for other primary voltages.25 (286) 11.940Y Primary Voltage with Taps 10 15 25 37.

GA +706-548-3121 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights 167 — 500 kVA 75 — 100 kVA 1.Manufactured at ABB Inc. Athens.5 — 50 kVA For more information.com.abb. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 71 ABB .

porcelain bushings with eyebolt terminals are mounted on flat embossments on the cover and have undercut gasket seats for improved sealing. Lifting lugs are positioned directly opposite the cover beam support lugs. Cover-mounted. Low-voltage porcelain bushings with clamp-type terminals provide ease in making secondary terminations. Prototype testing ensures the Jumbo design can meet industry short circuit standards and provide reliable service. two-winding transformers—specifically for “Step-Down” applications. and 7970 2 Transformers 72 . Arrester mounting pads are resistance-welded to the tank wall. Durable. Reinforced core-coil assembly provides greater short circuit withstand capability. Sheet conductor in LV windings enables the electrical centers in the high and low to align themselves. which helps limit the mechanical forces the unit must sustain during fault duty. minimizing the vertical component of short-circuit forces. Anodized. 7200. reducing the chance of the tank going out of round when lifted.400. and 19. aluminum-laser inscribed nameplate offers longer term readability. completely and uniformly filling the surfaces where pad and tank wall join to provide greater strength. Two-winding construction yields a much higher impedance than is characteristic of an auto transformer. The eyebolt connectors are cast bronze-plated with tin. 50 Hz optional High voltages: 7200. 4800. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Lo-Hi-Lo coil design divides the short-circuit force between two low-high spaces.920 Low voltages: 2400. high-voltage.Distribution Transformers Poletype JUMBO ABB JUMBO distribution transformers are designed as single-phase. increasing the short circuit strength of the coil. Progressively wound coils with adhesive resins on thermally upgraded insulating paper provide increased short circuit and thermal strength. Self-venting and resealing cover eliminates the need for an auxiliary pressure-relief device and offers increased safety through higher tank withstand. 7620. ANSI support lugs (hanger brackets) are rod-welded to the tank wall for added strength. 14. corrosion-resistant paint finish SPECIFICATIONS 50 — 500 kVA 65°C rise 60 Hz standard.

ANSI Type ‘B’ Lug for 167 kVA ANSI Type ‘B’ Lug for 167 kVA LV > 600 Volts < 5000 Volts LV > 5000 Volts For more information. GA +706-548-3121 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.abb.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 73 ABB . Athens. A — Inches (mm) kVA 7200 HV 50 75 100 167 250 333 500 45 (1143) 58 (1473) 54 (1372) 54 (1372) 69 (1753) 52 (1321) 52 (1321) 56 (1422) 64 (1625) 68 (1727) 31 (787) 33 (787) 41 (1041) 45 (1143) 45 (1143) 31 (787) 37 (940) 37 (940) 37 (940) 39 (991) 45 (1143) 14.Manufactured at ABB Inc. (kg) 750 (341) Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg) 785 (357) Oil Gallons (L) 36 (137) Not Available 31 (787) 33 (838) 33 (838) 33 (838) 36 (914) 22 (559) 27 (686) 27 (686) 27 (686) 27 (686) 1095 (497) 2010 (914) 2340 (1064) 2400 (1091) 3065 (1393) 1150 (523) 2090 (950) 2440 (1109) 2500 (1136) 3165 (1439) 50 (190) 88 (334) 85 (323) 88 (334) 120 (456) All approximate dimensions shown reference designs with ± 2.400 HV 47 (1194) B Inches (mm) 24 (610) C — Inches (mm) 2400 LV 28 (711) 7200 LV 25 (635) D Inches (mm) 20 (508) Weight Lbs.5% taps.

high-voltage bushings with mechanical connectors: • #6 to #4/0 cable—250 through 500 kVA • #8 to #2 cable—100 and 167 kVA Self-venting cover assembly Transformers SPECIFICATIONS kVA: 100.600Y 34. 600 Substation sizes: 300. 277.200Y 14.000 ∆ 19.800 34.500 Distribution voltages: 2400 7200 12. 500 60 Hz standard. and the transformer will be platform-mounted or padmounted. 1500 kVA Flame-retardant mineral oil substitutes available STANDARD ACCESSORIES POW-R-Pole Substation Base bars Pressure-relief valve Liquid level gauge Dial-type oil temperature indicator (without alarm contacts) External tap changer Upper filter press connection Oil drain valve and sampling device Durable.400 4160 7620 13. 1000. 500.400/24. 240/480. 333. plus substation accessories.000 14.470/21.200 19.500Y 4800/8320Y 12. significant size and weight reduction Substation transformer accessories: • Liquid level gauge • Dial-type oil temperature gauge • Base bars • Upper filter press connection • Drain valve with sampling device Primary voltages: 2400 — 34. one three-phase substation transformer) Better performance. The POW-R-Pole is a round tank unit with base bars and no pole support lugs (hanger brackets). Athens. ISO 9001 Certified Manufactured at ABB Inc.920/34. 277. GA +706-548-3121 POW-R-Pole Substation Up to 1500 kVA substation using three singlephase transformers Lower transformer costs (three single-phase vs.Distribution Transformers Poletype POW-R-Pole® Transformer and Substation POW-R-Pole Transformer The single-phase POW-R-Pole distribution transformer is designed for those applications where substation accessories are required. The single-phase POW-R-Pole is suitable for use in three-phase banks. 750. 167. 300 to 1500 kVA. 600 High voltages: 2400/4160Y 7620/13. 50 Hz optional Low voltages: 120/240. lower losses Minimum changeout costs.470Y 2 74 .940Y 4160/7200Y 12. Typical examples include banking for small distribution-type substations.400 Utilization voltages: 120/240.920 4800 8000 13. corrosion-resistant paint finish Other POW-R-Pole Transformer Accessories Lifting lugs Tank ground pad kVA stencil on tank Nameplate (diagrammatic) Four (4) low-voltage bushings with NEMA spade terminals (two (2) bushings only on 277 V and 600 V units) ASA #70 gray paint Radiators Two (2) cover-mounted. 250.400 ∆ 7200/12. 240/480.

switchgear control power. 5-pin connector Primary protective fuse link SPECIFICATIONS Power: 1 kVA and 3 kVA High Voltage: 2400 V to 19.920 Winding (kV BIL) 75 95 125 Bushing (kV BIL) 95 95 125 For more information. C57.90.20. One or two high-voltage bushing(s) Two low-voltage bushings with one eyebolt connector for #6 solid to 250 MCM str. C57. Some of the advantages to this overhead transformer are listed below: Small. provide for easy handling and installation with less pole space. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-voltage.abb. lightweight designs starting around 80 lbs. One tank grounding connector suitable for #10 solid to #1 str. wildlife protective cap(s) Low-voltage.28 Two lifting lugs as per the ANSI Std. please specify before ordering.Poletype Micro-Pole The all new ABB Micro-Pole overhead transformers are ideal for small load applications such as capacitor bank control power.12.12. Reduction of system losses achieved by substituting for underutilized 10 kVA units in light load applications The same quality and reliability you have come to expect from all ABB distribution transformers STANDARD FEATURES The micro-pole transformer design is based on IEEE Std.com. and pumping stations. highway intersection stoplights.12. C57. Type A hanger bracket is described in ANSI Std.920 V Low Voltage: 120 V Frequency: 60 Hz Temperature Rise: 65°C Weight: 80 to 90 lbs. C57. Basic Lightning Impulse Insulation Levels (BIL) Rated HV (V) 2400 — 4800 7200 — 12.12.12. AL or CU conductor Pressure-relief valve Paint system as per the ANSI Std.00 and IEEE Std. billboard signs. 75 ABB . AL or CU conductor Includes one ANSI Type A hanger bracket.200 — 19.20 Multiple cover clamps to ensure proper sealing APPLICATIONS If transformer is to be used with Joslyn type VSV switches. C57.470 13. street lighting.

3125 (415) 12. CABLE 2 76 . OR CU.Distribution Transformers Poletype Micro-Pole SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions are approximate. CABLE WILDLIFE PROTECTIVE CAP (OPTIONAL) COVER TO TANK EXTERNAL GROUND STRAP TOP OF TANK 6. CABLE HV BUSHING WITH CONNECTOR SUITABLE FOR #8 SOLID TO #2/0 STR. AL. Bushing (kV BIL) 95 125 Dimension A Inches (mm) 23. AL.5 (165) 16.75 (654) 16.50 (597) 25. OR CU.75 (425) LIFTING LUG 13.4375 (315) HANGER LUG A 15 (380) NAMEPLATE STAMPING Transformers 10. AL.0 (255) GROUND CONNECTOR SUITABLE FOR #10 SOLID TO #1 STR. Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).375 (340) COVER CLAMP ASSEMBLY PRESSURE-RELIEF VALVE LV CLAMP TERMINALS SUITABLE FOR #6 SOLID TO 250 MCM STR. OR CU.

200 19.000 16. 77 ABB .920 M1016000BAG-A01 M1016340BAG-A01 M1017200BAG-A01 M1019920BAG-A01 For more information. 2400 2770 75 95 4160 4800 6900 7200 7620 95 95 7960 8000 8320 9960 11.200 13. 5-Pin Connector 2400 M1002400AAG-A01 2770 M1002770AAG-A01 75 95 4160 M1004160AAG-A01 4800 M1004800AAG-A01 6900 M1006900AAG-A01 7200 M1007200AAG-A01 7620 M1007620AAG-A01 95 95 7960 M1007960AAG-A01 8000 M1008000AAG-A01 8320 M1008320AAG-A01 9960 M1009960BAG-A01 11.com.920 1 HV Bushing Catalog Number 2 HV Bushing Catalog Number 1 HV Bushing with 2 HV Bushing with Fuse Catalog Number Fuse Catalog Number M1002400GAB-A01 M1002770GAB-A01 M1004160GAB-A01 M1004800GAB-A01 M1006900GAB-A01 M1007200GAB-A01 M1007620GAB-A01 M1007960GAB-A01 M1008000GAB-A01 M1008320GAB-A01 M1009960HAB-A01 M1011400HAB-A01 M1012000HAB-A01 M1012470HAB-A01 M1013200HAB-A01 M1013280HAB-A01 M1013800HAB-A01 M1014400HAB-A01 M1016000HAB-A01 M1016340HAB-A01 M1017200HAB-A01 M1019920HAB-A01 M1002400GAG-A01 M1002770GAG-A01 M1004160GAG-A01 M1004800GAG-A01 M1006900GAG-A01 M1007200GAG-A01 M1007620GAG-A01 M1007960GAG-A01 M1008000GAG-A01 M1008320GAG-A01 M1009960HAG-A01 M1011400HAG-A01 M1012000HAG-A01 M1012470HAG-A01 M1013200HAG-A01 M1013280HAG-A01 M1013800HAG-A01 M1014400HAG-A01 M1016000HAG-A01 M1016340HAG-A01 M1017200HAG-A01 M1019920HAG-A01 M1002400KAB-A01 M1002770KAB-A01 M1004160KAB-A01 M1004800KAB-A01 M1006900KAB-A01 M1007200KAB-A01 M1007620KAB-A01 M1007960KAB-A01 M1008000KAB-A01 M1008320KAB-A01 M1009960LAB-A01 M1011400LAB-A01 M1012000LAB-A01 M1012470LAB-A01 M1013200LAB-A01 M1013280LAB-A01 M1013800LAB-A01 M1014400LAB-A01 M1016000LAB-A01 M1016340LAB-A01 M1017200LAB-A01 M1019920LAB-A01 M1002400KAG-A01 M1002770KAG-A01 M1004160KAG-A01 M1004800KAG-A01 M1006900KAG-A01 M1007200KAG-A01 M1007620KAG-A01 M1007960KAG-A01 M1008000KAG-A01 M1008320KAG-A01 M1009960LAG-A01 M1011400LAG-A01 M1012000LAG-A01 M1012470LAG-A01 M1013200LAG-A01 M1013280LAG-A01 M1013800LAG-A01 M1014400LAG-A01 M1016000LAG-A01 M1016340LAG-A01 M1017200LAG-A01 M1019920LAG-A01 2 Low-Voltage Bushings M1002400AAB-A01 M1002400DAB-A01 M1002770AAB-A01 M1002770DAB-A01 M1004160AAB-A01 M1004160DAB-A01 M1004800AAB-A01 M1004800DAB-A01 M1006900AAB-A01 M1006900DAB-A01 M1007200AAB-A01 M1007200DAB-A01 M1007620AAB-A01 M1007620DAB-A01 M1007960AAB-A01 M1007960DAB-A01 M1008000AAB-A01 M1008000DAB-A01 M1008320AAB-A01 M1008320DAB-A01 M1009960BAB-A01 M1009960EAB-A01 M1011400BAB-A01 M1011400EAB-A01 M1012000BAB-A01 M1012000EAB-A01 M1012470BAB-A01 M1012470EAB-A01 M1013200BAB-A01 M1013200EAB-A01 M1013280BAB-A01 M1013280EAB-A01 M1013800BAB-A01 M1013800EAB-A01 M1014400BAB-A01 M1014400EAB-A01 M1016000BAB-A01 M1016000EAB-A01 M1016340BAB-A01 M1016340EAB-A01 M1017200BAB-A01 M1017200EAB-A01 M1019920BAB-A01 M1019920EAB-A01 M1002400DAG-A01 M1002770DAG-A01 M1004160DAG-A01 M1004800DAG-A01 M1006900DAG-A01 M1007200DAG-A01 M1007620DAG-A01 M1007960DAG-A01 M1008000DAG-A01 M1008320DAG-A01 M1009960EAG-A01 M1011400EAG-A01 M1012000EAG-A01 M1012470EAG-A01 M1013200EAG-A01 M1013280EAG-A01 M1013800EAG-A01 M1014400EAG-A01 M1016000EAG-A01 M1016340EAG-A01 M1017200EAG-A01 M1019920EAG-A01 Power: 1 kVA.000 12. Low-Voltage: 120 V.SELECTOR GUIDE High Voltage (V) BIL (kV) Winding Bushing Power: 1 kVA.400 M1011400BAG-A01 12.400 12.340 17.470 M1012470BAG-A01 13.280 M1013280BAG-A01 125 125 13.400 M1014400BAG-A01 16.000 16.200 19.800 M1013800BAG-A01 14. Low-Voltage: 120 V. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.340 17.800 14.000 M1012000BAG-A01 12.400 16.200 M1013200BAG-A01 13.470 13.280 125 125 13.abb.

340 17.400 12.000 M3012000BAG-A01 12. Low-Voltage: 120 V.400 16.920 1 HV Bushing Catalog Number 2 HV Bushing Catalog Number Manufactured at ABB Inc.800 M3013800BAG-A01 14. 2400 2770 75 95 4160 4800 6900 7200 7620 95 95 7960 8000 8320 9960 11.470 M3012470BAG-A01 13.280 125 125 13.280 M3013280BAG-A01 125 125 13.000 16.200 13. Canada +418-650-7629 1 HV Bushing with 2 HV Bushing with Fuse Catalog Number Fuse Catalog Number M3002400GAB-A01 M3002770GAB-A01 M3004160GAB-A01 M3004800GAB-A01 M3006900GAB-A01 M3007200GAB-A01 M3007620GAB-A01 M3007960GAB-A01 M3008000GAB-A01 M3008320GAB-A01 M3009960HAB-A01 M3011400HAB-A01 M3012000HAB-A01 M3012470HAB-A01 M3013200HAB-A01 M3013280HAB-A01 M3013800HAB-A01 M3014400HAB-A01 M3016000HAB-A01 M3016340HAB-A01 M3017200HAB-A01 M3019920HAB-A01 M3002400GAG-A01 M3002770GAG-A01 M3004160GAG-A01 M3004800GAG-A01 M3006900GAG-A01 M3007200GAG-A01 M3007620GAG-A01 M3007960GAG-A01 M3008000GAG-A01 M3008320GAG-A01 M3009960HAG-A01 M3011400HAG-A01 M3012000HAG-A01 M3012470HAG-A01 M3013200HAG-A01 M3013280HAG-A01 M3013800HAG-A01 M3014400HAG-A01 M3016000HAG-A01 M3016340HAG-A01 M3017200HAG-A01 M3019920HAG-A01 M3002400KAB-A01 M3002770KAB-A01 M3004160KAB-A01 M3004800KAB-A01 M3006900KAB-A01 M3007200KAB-A01 M3007620KAB-A01 M3007960KAB-A01 M3008000KAB-A01 M3008320KAB-A01 M3009960LAB-A01 M3011400LAB-A01 M3012000LAB-A01 M3012470LAB-A01 M3013200LAB-A01 M3013280LAB-A01 M3013800LAB-A01 M3014400LAB-A01 M3016000LAB-A01 M3016340LAB-A01 M3017200LAB-A01 M3019920LAB-A01 M3002400KAG-A01 M3002770KAG-A01 M3004160KAG-A01 M3004800KAG-A01 M3006900KAG-A01 M3007200KAG-A01 M3007620KAG-A01 M3007960KAG-A01 M3008000KAG-A01 M3008320KAG-A01 M3009960LAG-A01 M3011400LAG-A01 M3012000LAG-A01 M3012470LAG-A01 M3013200LAG-A01 M3013280LAG-A01 M3013800LAG-A01 M3014400LAG-A01 M3016000LAG-A01 M3016340LAG-A01 M3017200LAG-A01 M3019920LAG-A01 2 Low-Voltage Bushings M3002400AAB-A01 M3002400DAB-A01 M3002770AAB-A01 M3002770DAB-A01 M3004160AAB-A01 M3004160DAB-A01 M3004800AAB-A01 M3004800DAB-A01 M3006900AAB-A01 M3006900DAB-A01 M3007200AAB-A01 M3007200DAB-A01 M3007620AAB-A01 M3007620DAB-A01 M3007960AAB-A01 M3007960DAB-A01 M3008000AAB-A01 M3008000DAB-A01 M3008320AAB-A01 M3008320DAB-A01 M3009960BAB-A01 M3009960EAB-A01 M3011400BAB-A01 M3011400EAB-A01 M3012000BAB-A01 M3012000EAB-A01 M3012470BAB-A01 M3012470EAB-A01 M3013200BAB-A01 M3013200EAB-A01 M3013280BAB-A01 M3013280EAB-A01 M3013800BAB-A01 M3013800EAB-A01 M3014400BAB-A01 M3014400EAB-A01 M3016000BAB-A01 M3016000EAB-A01 M3016340BAB-A01 M3016340EAB-A01 M3017200BAB-A01 M3017200EAB-A01 M3019920BAB-A01 M3019920EAB-A01 M3002400DAG-A01 M3002770DAG-A01 M3004160DAG-A01 M3004800DAG-A01 M3006900DAG-A01 M3007200DAG-A01 M3007620DAG-A01 M3007960DAG-A01 M3008000DAG-A01 M3008320DAG-A01 M3009960EAG-A01 M3011400EAG-A01 M3012000EAG-A01 M3012470EAG-A01 M3013200EAG-A01 M3013280EAG-A01 M3013800EAG-A01 M3014400EAG-A01 M3016000EAG-A01 M3016340EAG-A01 M3017200EAG-A01 M3019920EAG-A01 Transformers Power: 3 kVA.920 M3014400BAG-A01 M3016000BAG-A01 M3016340BAG-A01 M3017200BAG-A01 M3019920BAG-A01 2 78 . Quebec City.200 M3013200BAG-A01 13.200 19.000 12.Distribution Transformers Poletype Micro-Pole SELECTOR GUIDE High Voltage (V) BIL (kV) Winding Bushing Power: 3 kVA.000 16. 5-Pin Connector 2400 M3002400AAG-A01 2770 M3002770AAG-A01 75 95 4160 M3004160AAG-A01 4800 M3004800AAG-A01 6900 M3006900AAG-A01 7200 M3007200AAG-A01 7620 M3007620AAG-A01 95 95 7960 M3007960AAG-A01 8000 M3008000AAG-A01 8320 M3008320AAG-A01 9960 M3009960BAG-A01 11.400 16.470 13.340 17. Low-Voltage: 120 V.400 M3011400BAG-A01 12.200 19.800 14.

50 Hz optional High voltages: 13. Lighter weight. 240T x 480T. preventing water from collecting. However. T-connected transformers consist of two single-phase core/coil assemblies. Triplex designed three-phase transformers are needed for some applications where large motors are the load. 79 ABB . and 480T/277 Transformer BIL ratings: Primary 2400 T 4160 T 4800 T 7200 T 8320 T 12. and overloads: • Primary protective links • Surge arresters • Secondary circuit breakers • Secondary breaker operating handle with emergency overload reset and overload signal light Self-venting and resealing cover that eliminates the need for an auxiliary pressure-relief device and offers increased safety through higher tank withstand Durable. core-coil bracing for increased mechanical strength CSP protection package available as an option for increased protection against surge currents. and cleaner installations than conventional three-phase design SPECIFICATIONS 30 — 500 kVA 65°C rise 60 Hz standard. The cover is sloped 15°. Oil field pumping loads and some irrigation pumping loads should use only the Triplex designs.abb. corrosion-resistant paint finish Cover has 13 mils minimum of polyester coating providing 15 kV dielectric insulation of tank ground parts from live parts and increasing resistance to corrosion.com.200 T 13. T-T ABB T-T or T-connected overhead distribution transformers can be used to serve most three-phase applications up to 500 kVA.470 T 13. This type of connection is also referred to as a Scott-T connection.Poletype Three-Phase. T-connected overhead distribution transformers can be used to serve most three-phase applications. thereby reducing the chances of corrosion and leaking. Tank bottom rim is three layers thick for increased durability and resistance to shipping and handling damage. lower cost.800 T BIL 60 kV 60 kV 60 kV 75 kV 75 kV 95 kV 95 kV 95 kV 95 kV For more information.000 T 12. and these motors are frequently started.800 and below Low voltages: 208T/120. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Wound core with step-lap joints for increased efficiency and lower noise levels Progressively wound coils with adhesive resins on insulating paper or conductors for increased short circuit strength and thermal strength Three-point. short circuits. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

25 (286) 23. (kg) Shipping Weight Lbs. T-T SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions are approximate.5 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 22 (559) 24 (610) 27 (686) 27 (686) 11.25 (286) 23. 2 Transformers 80 .25 (591) 36 (914) 36 (914) 36 (914) 36 (914) — 700 (318) 905 (411) 1175 (534) 1505 (684) 1725 (784) 2285 (1040) 2915 (1325) 3815 (1734) 735 (334) 965 (438) 1225 (557) 1565 (711) 1780 (809) 2275 (1034) 3015 (1370) 3900 (1772) 38 (144) 43 (163) 50 (190) 59 (224) 65 (247) 84 (319) 100 (380) 123 (467) All approximate dimensions shown reference designs with ± 2. 12.25 (591) 23.470T. Distance Between Hanger Brackets Manufactured at ABB Inc.25 (591) 23. 4160T. 13.5 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 22 (559) 24 (610) 27 (686) 27 (686) 11. (kg) Oil Gallons (L) High Voltages 2400T.5% taps.800T 30 45 75 112. Athens.5 150 225 300 500 49 (1245) 49 (1245) 49 (1245) 57 (1448) 57 (1448) 61 (1550) 64 (1626) 78 (1981) 26 (660) 29 (737) 33 (838) 31 (787) 40 (1016) 37 (940) 41 (1041) 45 (1143) 25 (635) 28 (711) 28 (711) 30 (762) 30 (762) 34 (864) 36 (914) 42 (1067) 17. GA +706-548-3121 kVA A Inches (mm) B Inches (mm) C Inches (mm) D Inches (mm) Weight Lbs.5 150 225 300 500 54 (1372) 54 (1372) 54 (1372) 62 (1575) 62 (1575) 61 (1549) 69 (1753) 80 (2032) 23 (584) 29 (737) 33 (838) 33 (838) 40 (1016) 37 (940) 41 (1041) 45 (1143) 25 (635) 28 (711) 28 (711) 30 (762) 30 (762) 34 (864) 36 (914) 42 (1067) 17. 4800T 30 45 75 112.25 (591) 36 (914) 36 (914) 36 (914) 36 (914) — 685 (311) 990 (450) 1100 (500) 1530 (695) 1770 (805) 2215 (1007) 2750 (1250) 3560 (1616) 720 (327) 1035 (470) 1175 (534) 1625 (739) 1840 (836) 2303 (1047) 2860 (1300) 3650 (1659) 35 (133) 44 (167) 52 (198) 62 (236) 70 (266) 81 (308) 98 (372) 118 (448) High Voltages 12.200T. 13.000T.Distribution Transformers Poletype Three-Phase.

and overloads: • Primary protective links • Surge arresters • Secondary circuit breaker • Secondary breaker operating handle with emergency overload reset and overload signal light Three-point.200 13. preventing water from collecting. The cover is sloped 15°. Also. and 480Y/277 Transformer BIL ratings: Primary 2400 4160 7200 8320 12. 50 Hz optional High voltages: 13. core-coil assemblies in one tank. and thermal strength CSP protection package available as an option for increased protection against surge currents.Poletype Three-Phase. SPECIFICATIONS 30 — 225 kVA 65°C rise 60 Hz standard. Triplex overhead distribution transformers are often used to serve large motor loads where the motors are frequently started.800 and below Low voltages: 208Y/120. single-phase. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 81 ABB . Tank bottom rim is three layers thick for increased durability and resistance to shipping and handling damage. short circuits.000 12. 240 x 480. core-coil bracing for increased mechanical strength Self-venting and resealing cover that eliminates the need for an auxiliary pressure-relief device and offers increased safety through higher tank withstand Durable.800 BIL 60 kV 60 kV 75 kV 75 kV 95 kV 95 kV 95 kV 95 kV For more information. thereby reducing the chances of corrosion and leaking. Triplex The ABB Triplex overhead distribution transformer can be used to serve three-phase applications through 225 kVA. Triplex designs consist of three separate. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Wound core with step-lap joints for increased efficiency and lower noise levels Progressively wound coils with adhesive resins on insulating paper or conductors for increased short circuit strength. efficiency. Oil field pumping loads and some irrigation pumping loads should use only Triplex designs. the Triplex transformer has international application where Dy5 and Dy11 phase displacement are required.abb.com. corrosion-resistant paint finish Cover has 13 mils minimum of polyester coating. providing 15 kV dielectric insulation of tank ground parts from live parts and increasing resistance to corrosion.470 13.

400GY/8320 30 45 75 112. 8320GY/4800 30 45 75 112.25 (286) 23. (kg) Shipping Weight Lbs. Distance Between Hanger Brackets Manufactured at ABB Inc.900GY/13.25 (590) 760 (345) 920 (418) 805 (306) 965 (436) 1355 (616) 1585 (720) 40 (152) 45 (171) 60 (228) 58 (220) 90 (342) 90 (342) 23.5 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 22 (559) 11.000. GA +706-548-3121 kVA A Inches (mm) B Inches (mm) C Inches (mm) D Inches (mm) Weight Lbs. Triplex SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions are approximate. 22.Distribution Transformers Poletype Three-Phase.5 150 225 65 (1651) 68 (1727) 68 (1727) 68 (1727) 80 (2032) 83 (2108) 23 (584) 26 (660) 26 (660) 34 (864) 31 (787) 31 (787) 25 (635) 28 (711) 28 (711) 28 (711) 30 (762) 30 (762) 17.25 (286) 23.5 (445) 17.470GY/7200.5 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 22 (559) 11.5 (445) 20 (508) 20 (508) 22 (559) 22 (559) 11.25 (286) 940 (427) 985 (448) 1340 (609) 1365 (620) 1585 (720) 45 (171) 60 (228) 58 (220) 58 (220) 90 (342) 90 (342) 23. (kg) Oil Gallons (L) High Voltages 4160GY/2400.800 30 45 75 112. 23.200.25 (590) 1120 (509) 36 (914) 1540 (700) 36 (914) 2455 (1116) 2525 (1148) 36 (914) 2650 (1205) 2745 (1248) High Voltages 12.5 150 225 53 (1346) 57 (1448) 61 (1550) 61 (1550) 73 (1854) 76 (1930) 26 (660) 26 (660) 33 (838) 34 (864) 35 (889) 35 (889) 25 (635) 25 (635) 28 (711) 28 (711) 30 (762) 30 (762) 17.5 (445) 17.25 (590) 760 (345) 915 (416) 805 (366) 960 (436) 1165 (530) 1585 (720) 40 (152) 45 (171) 60 (228) 58 (220) 90 (342) 90 (342) 23.470.5 150 225 58 (1473) 62 (1575) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 78 (1981) 81 (2057) 23 (584) 23 (584) 29 (737) 34 (864) 31 (787) 31 (787) 25 (635) 25 (635) 28 (711) 28 (711) 30 (762) 30 (762) 17. 14.25 (590) 1290 (586) 23.25 (590) 1340 (609) 36 (914) 1540 (700) 36 (914) 2470 (1123) 2540 (1155) 36 (914) 2650 (1205) 2745 (1248) 2 Transformers 82 . 7200GY/4160.590GY/12.780GY/12.25 (590) 1310 (595) 36 (914) 1540 (700) 36 (914) 2470 (1123) 2540 (1155) 36 (914) 2650 (1205) 2745 (1248) High Voltages 20. Athens.860GY/13. 21.

LV 120/240. current-limiting fuse (in series with protective link): • Limits the maximum current in the circuit • Reduces current to zero in less than one-half cycle • Minimizes the possibility of event failure Advantages Lower installation cost due to labor cost savings compared with Type S transformers with polemounted protective devices Easier and simpler installation due to the protection package being integral to the transformer with only one primary connection required Safer operation due to the additional protection provided by the secondary breaker More reliable service through features that provide early warning of overload conditions and optimized transformer loading Lower cost of operation due to optimized loading characteristics Neater appearance provided by the simplicity of the CSP protection package mounted integral to the transformer Automatic load management provided by the overload signal light For more information.Special Feature CSP® Coordinated Protection Package The CSP coordinated protection package is available as an option on ABB overhead distribution transformers for increased protection against surge currents. 83 ABB . MOV polymer arrester: • Provides protection from lightning and switching surges • The large block surge arrester handles surges of 100. • Ratings are coordinated with the impulse strength of the coil windings. and overloads. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. trips on an external short or overload before the link blows and only if the overload is large or continuous • If overload is small or temporary. Athens. The CSP protection package is also available on single-phase and three-phase overhead distribution transformers in the following ratings: Single-phase. 10 — 100 kVA Single-phase. a load management light signals the need for change-out to a larger unit for more optimized transformer loading. GA +706-548-3121 FEATURES Standard Protective link: • Removes an internally faulted transformer from the primary line • Operates at 8 to 14 times normal full-load current Secondary circuit breaker: • Protects against overloads and external short circuits • Coordinated with protective link. LV 240/480. 30 — 150 kVA Manufactured at ABB Inc.abb.com.000 A. • Initial sparkover is below BIL withstand of transformer. 10 — 167 kVA Three-phase. short circuits. Optional partial-range.

paragraph 6. Static and most dynamic pressures are relieved automatically by the cover’s unique design and operation. and copper-encased cover bolt gasket provide increased resistance to leaks and breathing.2. The unit offers an extraordinarily high withstand capability and an extra margin of safety. resulting in lower maintenance costs. Part 2. Center cover bolt provides easy cover removal compared with chime-ring design. epoxy-powder coating is a minimum of 13 mils. eliminating the need for an auxiliary pressure-relief device • Tank-withstand capability in excess of the requirements of NEMA TRI-1980 Increased tank withstand capability and automatic pressure relief during cover removal result in increased safety. undercut gasket seats on bushings. Electrostatically applied. 2 Transformers 84 . Athens. Continuous hollow nitrile gasket. epoxypowder coating Increased resistance to corrosion provided by sloped cover and thick coating Increased resistance to leaks and breathing provided by unique gasketing system Simplified maintenance provided by single cover bolt Standards Compliance Pressure venting and resealing: The ABB selfventing cover design meets the pressure venting and resealing requirements of ANSI C57-12. Section D. Extra insulation provided by thick. raised and flat-bushing embossments.5. and beam support lug system provide: • Self-venting and resealing which meets ANSI specifications. supplying an average of 15 kV dielectric strength to provide extra insulation and protection from corrosion.Distribution Transformers Special Feature Center-Bolt Cover Design The exclusive ABB center-bolt cover design is standard on all ABB overhead transformers 5 through 500 kVA singlephase and 30 through 500 kVA threephase. The 15° slope of cover prevents moisture from collecting and increases resistance to corrosion and leaking. GA +706-548-3121 FEATURES Standard Center-bolt cover. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Page 6. cover beam.201988.2. Tank withstand: The ABB overhead tank and cover design provide tank-withstand capability far in excess of the requirements of NEMA TR1-1980. Advantages Static and dynamic pressure relief provided by unique venting and resealing capability Increased safety provided through higher tank-withstand capability and automatic pressure venting during cover removal No auxiliary pressure-relief device is required.

abb. 85 ABB . no oil or gas Corrosion—Fully submersible. Basically. if necessary. The public and utility’s desire to improve the streetscape by reliably placing equipment below grade is also fulfilled by InvisiTran. 120/240 secondary (4-wire) (Secondary not available for 50 KVA and below. is applied separately. The electrical insulation system is made entirely of solid materials without fluids or gases. All primary/secondary fusing.Solid Distribution Transformer InvisiTran™ The ABB InvisiTran Solid Distribution Transformer represents a major breakthrough in distribution transformer technology. InvisiTran is the greener way to distribute electric power. Switching. non-metallic outer shell Safety—No fire or explosion hazard Aesthetics—Installs below grade. Internal access is not possible. The InvisiTran will function in all types of underground or severe environments. electrically insulating epoxy resin. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. the design consists of windings that are totally impregnated and encapsulated with a thermally conductive. For more information. if necessary. offering improved performance and increased safety for distribution systems. including: Residential and urban underground distribution Indoor commercial structures Corrosive environments Direct burial in the earth Damp or humid areas Waterfront locations Industrial facilities Notes and Comments: High-voltage and low-voltage terminations are integrally molded into the transformer body.com.The product system affords engineers the unparalleled flexibility in locating distribution transformers. must be located externally from the unit.) Contact the factory for delta connected primary ratings. out of sight Solves Location Conflicts—Install anywhere Maintenance-Free APPLICATIONS Advanced design characteristics yield a distribution transformer well suited for use in a variety of conditions. STANDARD FEATURES The InvisiTran offers power producers and users alternative solutions for today’s applications: Environment—Solid insulation. especially where reliability problems exist with conventional equipment.

167 75.5.5. 100.5. 75. 575 V High-Voltage single ratings up to: 27.5.700GRDY/16. 37. 225. 300. 50. 300. 277. 150. 75. 500 kVA 100°C average winding rise Low-Voltage ratings of: 240/120. 480. 150. 112. Quebec City. 500 Voltage Range (Primary) 2400 — 27.Distribution Transformers Solid Distribution Transformer InvisiTran™ SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Single-Phase: 25.000 2400 — 27. 347. 37. 50.000 V Basic Impulse Level ratings are between 95 kV and 150 kV Impedance range 3% — 5% Sound Level less than 49dB Meets applicable ANSI/IEEE/CSA tests * See Notes and Comments on previous page. 480/240. sub-surface mounted. non-corrosive. 112.700 GRDY/16. 120/240*. Manufactured at ABB Inc. 100.000 Features Solid dielectric. low sound Ideal for commercial and industrial applications. Canada +418-650-7629 +919-856-3937 Product Single-Phase Three-Phase kVA 25. 167 kVA Three-Phase: 75. copper windings. 225.700 GRDY/16. high-rise buildings 2 Transformers 86 .

9 — 38 10 — 34.abb. All components are manufactured to international standards ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.3 — 23 — — — — — 300 — 400 50 — 160 200 De-energized Switches — 125 — 200 100 — 150 DO-III Expulsion Fuse Links™ 10 — 34. SELECTION GUIDE Product Distribution HV Bushing Wells and LV Bushings 0.5 — 3 — 140 For more information.Distribution Transformer Components ABB manufactures a wide range of components for distribution transformers. expulsion-type fuse assembly for use in the ABB DO-III drawout load-break expulsion fuse holder Range (kV) BIL (kV) Rated Current (A) Features Protective Links LBOR-II™ DO-III™ Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister 2. two-position switch Drawout load-break expulsion fuse holder Removable fuse assembly for use in padmounted transformers Modular. rotary tap changers and dual-voltage switches with external operating mechanism Oil-immersed. 87 ABB .4 — 34.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. These components include HV and LV bushings and other components for switching and protection. 800 — 2500 Designed for padmounted or surfacemounted transformers Oil-immersed. expulsion-type fuse assembly for use in the high-voltage circuit of distribution transformers Load-break.1 150 200.5 8.6 — 21.5 8.

The bushings consist of a thermoset body. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES ABB thermoset bushings have unsurpassed cantilever strength. the conductor stud diameter. Included in these interchangeable dimensions are: The bolt circle for the mounting flange.Distribution Transformer Components Manufactured at HV Bushing Wells and LV Bushings The ABB high-voltage bushing well and low-voltage bushing are designed for use in padmounted or surface-mounted transformers. which is molded around a copper conductor stud. The low-voltage bushing serves to terminate the transformer’s internal low-voltage leads at the tank wall and to provide a standard threaded connection for the external low-voltage circuit.1 . APPLICATIONS The high-voltage bushing well is designed to terminate the leads from the primary winding at the tank wall and to mate with all bushing inserts meeting the applicable ANSI/IEEE 386-1995 Standards. and the external/internal thread size. SELECTOR GUIDE Product HV Bushings LV Bushings Range (kV) 21. the tank wall hole size. ABB Inc. Alamo.6 Rated Current (A) 200 800 — 2500 2 Transformers 88 . The bushings are built to the highest standards of quality. The ABB low-voltage bushings and high-voltage bushing wells have been designed to be dimensionally interchangeable with the majority of bushings presently on the market.

Protective links are available in a wide variety of fuse sizes and kV classes for proper coordination with CSP circuit breakers. Alamo. ABB Inc. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 APPLICATIONS Used in coordination with the CSP circuit breaker. the protective link’s functions are to disconnect a defective transformer from the feeder circuit and to limit the severity of damage to the transformer in case of an internal fault.4 kV through 34.abb.com. 89 ABB 2 .Distribution Transformer Components Manufactured at Protective Links The protective link is an oil-immersed.5 kV. Transformers For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. The wire is welded to a copper terminal at one end and crimped to a copper terminal and cable lead at the other end. The link consists of a fuse wire element contained within a hard fiber tube. expulsion-type fuse assembly for use in the high-voltage circuit of a distribution transformer with voltage ratings of 2.

The contacts are designed to utilize the magnetic effects of these high currents to minimize the required operating force and the amount of contact wear per operation. copper tungsten alloy and are silver-plated for lower resistance. The LBOR-II is oil-immersed and is designed to provide high reliability. Alamo. The contacts are made from an arc weld-resistant. APPLICATIONS The LBOR-II is designed for use with distribution transformers (padmounted or submersible) and self-contained distribution switchgear. and operating current performance. strength. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES The LBOR-II is capable of momentarily withstanding or closing-in on symmetrical currents as strong as 16 kA.Distribution Transformer Components Manufactured at LBOR-II™ Load-Break Switch The ABB Type LBOR-II is a manually operated. SELECTOR GUIDE Product LBOR-II Range (kV) 8. two-position (load make or break) rotary switch.9 — 38 Rated Current (A) 300 — 400 2 Transformers 90 . ABB Inc.

Alamo.5 Rated Current (A) 50 — 160 For more information. The DO-III fuse holder is built to the highest quality standards.com. fuse cartridge. SELECTOR GUIDE Product DO-III Range (kV) 10 — 34. Following industry safety practices. The DO-III fuse holder is generally interchangeable with competitive designs. the DO-III fuse holder can be used to break load. The housing. highdielectric strength. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES The outer tube is constructed of a high-temperature. or severe overload when used with properly coordinated series fuses. The DO-III has a large contact surface area to minimize heating of the contacts and provide positive contact alignment. arc-resistant. This material has proven itself over many years of use in these types of distribution transformer applications. 91 ABB .Manufactured at DO-III™ Drawout Load-Break Expulsion Fuse Holder The ABB DO-III fuse holder is a drawout load-break expulsion fuse holder designed for use with padmounted transformers filled with transformer oil or other approved fluid. glass-reinforced.abb. secondary fault. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. APPLICATIONS The DO-III is designed to protect the distribution system in the event of an internal transformer fault. ABB Inc. polyester material. and puller are individually interchangeable with competitive counterparts.

Distribution Transformer Components Manufactured at Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister The Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister is a removable fuse assembly for use in single. All of the insulating parts are glass-reinforced thermoset materials. ELX. which are both arcand track-resistant. The cannister will accept general purpose current-limiting fuses of the CX/NX. The combination of the drywell current-limiting fuse cannister and the general purpose current-limiting fuse provides a reliable. current-limiting fuses and is available in both loadbreak and dead-break designs.3 — 15 Rated Current (A) 200 200 2 92 . SELECTOR GUIDE Transformers Product Dead-break Load-break Range (kV) 8. versatile. ABB Inc.and three-phase padmounted transformers. and easily serviced current-limiting protection system for transformers. APPLICATIONS The fuse well assembly accepts general purpose.3 — 23 8. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES The cannister is made up of two basic parts: The fuse cannister body assembly and the drawout assembly. and GP variety. Alamo.

APPLICATIONS The switches are mounted through the tank wall and are operable from the outside of the transformer. 93 ABB . This snap action is very accurate and tease-resistant. both pole-mounted and padmounted. the ABB tap changer and dualvoltage switch product line has been designed to fit into the same tank hole as many of the competitive products. ABB Inc. copper-moving contact.com. Alamo.and multi-deck configurations with various types of coil lead connector styles so that they can be used in a wide variety of transformer applications.abb. SELECTOR GUIDE Product Tap Changers Dual-Voltage BIL (kV) 150 — 200 125 Rated Current (A) 100 — 150 100 — 150 For more information. They are available in single. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. While there may be some competitive designs that are not dimensionally interchangeable. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES The contact system consists of a spring-loaded. The rotor snaps into position between the adjacent stationary contacts as the external handle is turned. rotary-type switches.Manufactured at De-energized Switches The ABB tap changers and dual-voltage switches are de-energized. Ratings and performance features meet and often exceed the requirements of most transformer users. providing a very positive feel to the operator when the switch is in position. suitable for use in distribution transformers.

secondary fault. and Dual Element. or severe overload. Each DO-III Expulsion Fuse Link is manufactured to the highest quality standards. ABB Inc. It is designed for use with single. The DO-III Expulsion Fuse Link is available in a wide variety of curves for proper coordination with other protective devices. Alamo.and three-phase padmounted transformers filled with transformer oil or other approved fluid. 2 Transformers 94 . APPLICATIONS It is designed to protect the distribution system in the event of an internal transformer fault. Dual Sensing. depending on the type of fuse selected.Distribution Transformer Components Manufactured at DO-III Expulsion Fuse Links™ The DO-III Expulsion Fuse Link is an oil-immersed. The DO-III Expulsion Fuse Link curves were designed to industry standard curves. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES Three types of fuses are produced: Current Sensing. expulsion-type fuse assembly for use in the ABB DO-III drawout load-break expulsion fuse holder or equivalent.

48 — 34.3 — 34.48 — 34. nuclear power plants.5 — 10. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. customers are specifying dry-type transformers more frequently. These transformers meet stringent parameters regarding electrical system demands and extreme operating climates. nuclear-powered navy vessels. SELECTION GUIDE Product VPI (vacuum pressure impregnated) VPE (vacuum pressure encapsulated) RESIBLOC® Range (kVA) 112.5 kVA through 25 MVA.3 — 46 For more information.5 Features An economical choice for moderate to harsh environments Available for severe climates where moisture and industrial contaminants are a concern Provides the ultimate resistance to mechanical stress associated with thermal and short circuit conditions in the most severe applications Provides the ultimate in winding protection at higher operating voltages for the most demanding applications when efficiency and dependability are critical 112.5 — 25. To minimize environmental contamination and fire hazard. 95 ABB .Dry and Cast Transformers ABB’s dry and cast transformers range from 112. and high-volume industrial process plants.5 — 12. offshore drilling platforms.5 — 10.000 2.abb.5 .000 Primary Voltage (kV) . Applications include high-density office buildings. ABB dry and cast transformers are manufactured to the international quality standards of ISO 9001.000 2.000 112. with primary operating voltages through 46 kV and secondary operating voltages through 15 kV.5 Duracast 112.

ABB’s winding construction may be either round or rectangular through 2500 kVA. basic impulse level. chemicals. The epoxy insulation system is reinforced by a licensed glass fiber roving technique. cold-rolled. which reduces core losses and exciting current. dirt. Magnetic flux densities are kept well below the saturation point. This construction allows free current distribution within the axial width of the coil. 2 Transformers 96 . or moisture. An experienced and dedicated work force ensures the quality of its work and the customer’s satisfaction with the product. are molded under vacuum and locked in place by a heavy epoxy casting. In cast coil construction. insulation class 1. Windings on transformers with ratings greater than 2500 kVA are typically round. The core is designed and built to provide the lowest possible losses from the effects of magnetic hysteresis and eddy currents. to protect the windings against moisture. the upper and lower yokes are solidly clamped with steel support members. ABB starts with non-aging. The finished core is coated with a corrosion-resistant sealant which provides lamination cohesion and environmental protection.VPI units use Polyester. low losses. which are the most sensitive and vulnerable part of any transformer. This concretelike casting protects the windings from distortion during power surges and the crushing forces of short circuits and also provides unequaled integrity required for operating voltages to 46 kV and 250 kV BIL. Duracast ABB’s cast coil transformers fulfill the need for higher operating voltages and dielectric demands where downtime is critical. are typically wound using sheet conductors. make ABB Duracast the transformer of choice. Quick installation. and current capacity of the individual winding. combined with superior dielectric capability. and most industrial contaminants. For rigidity and support.2 kV (600 V) and below. and minimal maintenance. which binds the coil together for unsurpassed mechanical strength. The coils are vacuum pressure impregnated in high temperature resin. grainoriented silicon steel and constructs the core with step-lap mitered joints. VPI/VPE ABB’s VPI and VPE transformers are manufactured by winding the primary coil directly over the secondary winding. such as high-volume industrial production lines or the harsh environmental conditions in the paper industry. All possible steps are taken to prevent local circulating currents and to avoid built-in bending stresses. An ABB cast coil transformer is the most reliable choice for applications with severe operating conditions where the environment is contaminated by dirt. The step-lap construction further enhances the efficiency of the joint by reducing joint fringing. A 220°C Class UL Listed insulation system is used on ABB’s VPI and VPE transformers regardless of temperature rise specified. Coil Production ABB’s winding construction depends on operating voltage. which eliminates the axial forces developed in other types of windings under short circuit conditions.Small Power Transformers STANDARD FEATURES Core Production ABB’s dry-type transformers utilize a step-lap mitered core construction to ensure optimum performance and minimum sound levels. The steel is precision cut to assure that it will be smooth and burr-free. and VPE units use silicone. As part of the quality process. the windings. RESIBLOC RESIBLOC windings are hermetically cast in epoxy without the use of a mold. ABB’s low-voltage windings. The mitered core joint allows efficient flux transfer along natural grain lines between the core legs and yoke. high-permeability.

com. each unit has the capability of a full-forced. These applications include.I . 97 ABB . which can lead to transformer failures as well as electrical safety hazards.00 27.00 18. 125 125 125.75 For more information. 30 30. 95.60 34. 95 95.abb. 30 30. While core and coil technologies have been enhanced to combat caustic and humid environments.66 15. Industry Standards Certified ISO 9001 Certified UL 1562. air-cooled rating. but are not limited to. areas where severe weather conditions exist.75 5. 110 110.3 Applicable ANSI. ABB dry-type transformers meet the needs for an outdoor nonflammable transformer. ABB’s dry powder. ABB’s proven enclosure design can be used along coastal areas and into the frigid northern slopes where high winds and driving rain are common. Whether for indoor or outdoor use.75 5. state-of-the-art paint system gives added protection against harsh outdoor or indoor environments. 95 75.75 5.STANDARD FEATURES (continued) Indoor/Outdoor Applications Evolving technology and environmental concerns have revolutionized the application of dry transformers.50 5. 60. 60 60. and IEC Standards Audible Sound Levels Equivalent Two Winding kVA Self-Cooled 101 — 300 301 — 500 501 — 700 701 — 1000 1001 — 1500 1501 — 2000 2001 — 3000 3001 — 4000 4001 — 5000 5001 — 6000 6001 — 7500 AA 56 db 60 db 62 db 64 db 65 db 66 db 68 db 70 db 71 db 72 db 73 db AA/FA — — — 67 db 67 db 69 db 71 db 73 db 73 db 74 db 74 db Standard Dielectric Ratings Voltage Class (kV) 1.00 8. CUL Complies with NRC Regulation 10CFR50 Complies with MIL . 45 45.20 2. which can create electrical safety hazards. 150 150 — Cast RESIBLOC Optional BIL 20. An enclosure that allows superfluous water entry into the enclosure risks the possibility of electrical tracking problems Outdoor and also risks providing a conductive path from live parts inside the enclosure to unprotected areas outside the enclosure. IEEE. outdoor. 110. Dry-type transformers are Indoor now commonly used in outdoor applications where high wind and driving rain are major considerations.75 5.75 5. 95 75. Today’s dry-type transformers are utilized in clean.75 5. 75.75 5. An enclosure that flexes or bends under high wind loading can compromise electrical clearances from the transformer to the enclosure. dry environments to some of the harshest environments imaginable. 75. 200 Standard Impedance % 5. Designs have been tested for mechanical stresses associated with seismic criteria as well as extreme weather requirements. 125 125. 45 45. When used with a specially designed.45208 Complies with CSA Z 299. Electrostatically deposited paint baked onto a phosphated surface will keep your enclosure looking new for years.50 Standard BIL (kV) 10 20 30 45 60 95 110 125 150 VPI/VPE Optional BIL 20. 150 150.00 23. weather-resistant enclosure.75 5. they still require protection from a properly designed enclosure. NEMA. 175 175. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

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Dry and Cast Transformers
VPI—Vacuum Pressure Impregnated
ABB’s VPI ventilated, dry-type transformers are ideal for most industrial and commercial applications. These transformers provide excellent mechanical and short circuit strength; no danger of fire or explosion, no liquids to leak, less weight than comparable cast coil units, step-lap mitered cores, low total ownership costs, and low initial costs. They use a UL listed 220°C insulation system, regardless of temperature rating. Installation, maintenance, and operation costs are making ABB’s VPI transformers a solid investment.

STANDARD FEATURES
Aluminum windings—copper optional Step-lap mitered core 220°C insulation system—150°C average temperature rise Vacuum pressure impregnation in high-temperature varnish Four (4) full-capacity taps on HV winding rated 2.5 % 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V NEMA 1 heavy-gauge ventilated enclosure with removable panels front and rear ANSI 61 gray paint—electrostatically applied using dry powder Vibration isolation pads between core, coil, and enclosure Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling or skidding enclosure in any direction Provisions for lifting core and coil assembly Diagrammatic aluminum nameplate

OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
UL listing CSA certification Nuclear 1E certification IEEE 323—qualified life IEEE 344—seismic certification NEMA 3R enclosure 80°C or 115°C average temperature rise Copper windings Three-phase electronic temperature monitor Forced-cooling package with three-phase electronic temperature monitor Increased basic impulse levels Loss-optimized designs Air-filled terminal chambers Special paint colors Retrofit designs

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Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 112.5 — 10,000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 35 Primary BIL (kV) Up to 150 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 15 Secondary BIL (kV) Up to 75

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Temperature Rise (C) 80/115/150°

Standard Tests
Insulation resistance Ratio Resistance on all windings Polarity Phase rotation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential

Standard Design Dimensions and Weights
15 kV 95 kV BIL Aluminum 150° kVA
113 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000

15 kV 95 kV BIL Copper 80° Weight
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kVA
113 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000

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Inches (mm)

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Inches (mm)

Depth
Inches (mm)

Weight
Lbs. (kg)

90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591)

78 (1981) 78 (1981) 78 (1981) 78 (1981) 84 (2134) 84 (2134) 84 (2134) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 108 (2743)

60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676)

2250 (1022) 2850 (1294) 3200 (1453) 4350 (1975) 5450 (2474) 6250 (2838) 8150 (3700) 9350 (4245) 11,050 (5017) 14,750 (6697)

90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 112 (2845) 112 (2845)

78 (1981) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 108 (2743) 114 (2896) 126 (3200) 144 (3658)

60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676)

2950 (1339) 4250 (1930) 4650 (2111) 6350 (2883) 8150 (3700) 9200 (4177) 12,050 (5471) 14,850 (6742) 18,550 (8422) 20,850 (9466)

For larger kVA sizes, please contact your ABB Sales Representative. Dimensions and weights are approximate and should not be used for construction purposes. Dimensions listed are for indoor NEMA 1 enclosures. Add 17.5" (444.5) to height for outdoor NEMA 3R enclosures.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Dry and Cast Transformers
VPE—Vacuum Pressure Encapsulated
A multiple-sealant process is used on ABB’s Vacuum Pressure Encapsulated (VPE) transformers and was developed for U.S. Navy shipboard applications. The sealant process uses a silicone resin that ensures excellent dielectric strength and remains pliable even after thermal aging.VPE transformers provide enhanced protection against moisture, salt air, dust, and industrial contaminants. These transformers provide excellent mechanical and short circuit strength, no danger of fire or explosion, no liquids to leak, less weight than comparable cast coil units, step-lap mitered cores, low total ownership costs, low initial costs, and a UL-listed 220°C insulation system, regardless of temperature rating.

STANDARD FEATURES
Aluminum windings—copper optional Step-lap mitered core 220°C insulation system—150°C average temperature rise Vacuum pressure encapsulation in mil-spec silicone varnish Four (4) full capacity taps on HV winding rated 2 .5 % 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V NEMA 1 heavy-gauge ventilated enclosure with removable panels front and rear ANSI 61 gray paint—electrostatically applied using dry powder Vibration isolation pads between core, coil, and enclosure Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling or skidding enclosure in any direction Provisions for lifting core and coil assembly Diagrammatic aluminum nameplate QC impulse test

OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
UL listing CSA certification Nuclear 1E certification IEEE 323—qualified life IEEE 344—seismic certification NEMA 3R enclosure 80°C or 115°C average temperature rise Copper windings Three-phase electronic temperature monitor Forced-cooling package with three-phase electronic temperature monitor Increased basic impulse levels Loss-optimized designs Air-filled terminal chambers Special paint colors Retrofit designs

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SPECIFICATIONS
Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 112.5 — 10,000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 35 Primary BIL (kV) Up to 150 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 15 Secondary BIL (kV) Up to 75 Temperature Rise (C) 80/115/150°

Standard Tests
Insulation resistance Ratio Resistance on all windings Polarity Phase rotation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential

Standard Design Dimensions and Weights
15 kV 95 kV BIL Aluminum 150° kVA
113 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000

15 kV 95 kV BIL Copper 80° Weight
Lbs. (kg)

Height
Inches (mm)

Width
Inches (mm)

Depth
Inches (mm)

kVA
113 225 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000

Height
Inches (mm)

Width
Inches (mm)

Depth
Inches (mm)

Weight
Lbs. (kg)

90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591)

78 (1981) 78 (1981) 78 (1981) 78 (1981) 84 (2134) 84 (2134) 84 (2134) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 108 (2743)

60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676)

2250 (1022) 2850 (1294) 3200 (1453) 4350 (1975) 5450 (2474) 6250 (2838) 8150 (3700) 9350 (4245) 11,050 (5017) 14,750 (6697)

90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 112 (2845) 112 (2845)

78 (1981) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 108 (2743) 114 (2896) 126 (3200) 144 (3658)

60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676)

2950 (1339) 4250 (1930) 4650 (2111) 6350 (2883) 8150 (3700) 9200 (4177) 12,050 (5471) 14,850 (6742) 18,550 (8422) 20,850 (9466)

For larger kVA sizes, please contact your ABB Sales Representative. Dimensions and weights are approximate and should not be used for construction purposes. Dimensions listed are for indoor NEMA 1 enclosures. Add 17.5" (444.5) to height for outdoor NEMA 3R enclosures.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Dry and Cast Transformers
RESIBLOC®
RESIBLOC transformers feature windings that are hermetically cast in epoxy without the use of a mold. The epoxy insulation system is reinforced by a licensed, glass fiber roving technique that binds the coil together for unsurpassed mechanical strength. This allows for design optimization through 25 MVA. RESIBLOC transformers provide ultimate strength to withstand thermal and mechanical stresses associated with severe climates, cycling loads, and short circuit forces as well as environmental protection for severe operating conditions found in the most demanding applications.

STANDARD FEATURES
High-voltage windings cast in epoxy, reinforced by fiberglass rovings Copper high-voltage aluminum, low-voltage windings Step-lap mitered core 155°C insulation system—80°C average temperature rise Four (4) full capacity taps on HV winding rated 2 .5 % 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V NEMA 1 heavy-gauge ventilated enclosure with removable panels front and rear ANSI 61 gray paint—electrostatically applied using dry powder Vibration isolation pads between core, coil, and enclosure Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling or skidding enclosure in any direction Provisions for lifting core and coil assembly Diagrammatic aluminum nameplate Partial discharge-free (less than 20 pc @ 120% rated voltage)

OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
NEMA 3R enclosure Copper, low-voltage windings Three-phase electronic temperature monitor Forced-cooling package with three-phase electronic temperature monitor Increased basic impulse levels Loss-optimized designs Air-filled terminal chambers Special paint colors Retrofit designs

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SPECIFICATIONS
Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 112.5 — 25,000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 35 Primary BIL (kV) Up to 150 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 15 Secondary BIL (kV) Up to 75 Temperature Rise (C) 80°

Standard Tests
Insulation resistance Ratio Resistance on all windings Polarity Phase rotation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Induced potential partial discharge test

Standard Design Dimensions and Weights
15 kV 95 kV BIL Copper 80° kVA 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Height Inches (mm) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) Width Inches (mm) 90 (2286) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 114 (2896) 120 (3048) 126 (3200) 138 (3505) Depth Inches (mm) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) Weight Lbs. (kg) 6000 (2724) 7500 (3405) 9000 (4086) 10,500 (4767) 14,500 (6583) 15,500 (7037) 20,000 (9080) 23,500 (10,669)

For larger kVA sizes, please contact your ABB Sales Representative. Dimensions and weights are approximate and should not be used for construction purposes.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Dry and Cast Transformers
Duracast
ABB’s vacuum-cast coil transformer is the most technologically advanced design for the extreme conditions present in chemical processing, extra-heavy traction, and heavy industrial applications. These units are designed to meet the extreme demands of higheroperating voltage systems and harsh environments where dependability and reliability are crucial. These transformers are non-flammable and moisture-proof. They feature a solid insulation system that is partial discharge-free and has minimal exposed surface area, which is predominantly vertical and virtually eliminates maintenance.

STANDARD FEATURES
Windings cast under vacuum in a mold, HV coils vacuum-cast in epoxy in a metal mold, LV coils sealed in epoxy LV coils cast under vacuum in a mold (optional) Casting process utilizes high-performance filled epoxy Aluminum windings—copper optional Step-lap mitered core 185°C insulation system—115°C average temperature rise Four (4) full-capacity taps on HV winding rated 2 .5% 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V NEMA 1 heavy-gauge ventilated enclosure with removable panels front and rear ANSI 61 gray paint—electrostatically applied using dry powder Vibration isolation pads between core, coil, and enclosure Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling or skidding enclosure in any direction Provisions for lifting core and coil assembly Diagrammatic aluminum nameplate Partial discharge-free (less than 20 pc @ 120% rated voltage)

OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
UL listing NEMA 3R enclosure 80°C average temperature rise Copper windings LV windings vacuum-cast in a mold for 600 V and below through 2500 kVA Three-phase electronic temperature monitor Forced-cooling package with three-phase electronic temperature monitor Increased basic impulse levels Loss-optimized designs Air-filled terminal chambers Special paint colors Retrofit designs

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SPECIFICATIONS
Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 112.5 — 12,000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 46 Primary BIL (kV) Up to 250 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 15 Secondary BIL (kV) Up to 95 Temperature Rise (C) 80/115°

Standard Tests
Insulation resistance Ratio Resistance on all windings Polarity Phase rotation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Induced potential partial discharge test

Standard Design Dimensions and Weights
15 kV 95 kV BIL Copper 80° kVA 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Height Inches (mm) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 90 (2286) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) Width Inches (mm) 90 (2286) 96 (2438) 102 (2591) 102 (2591) 114 (2896) 120 (3048) 126 (3200) 138 (3505) Depth Inches (mm) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 60 (1524) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) 66 (1676) Weight Lbs. (kg) 6000 (2724) 7500 (3405) 9000 (4086) 10,500 (4767) 14,500 (6583) 15,500 (7037) 20,000 (9080) 23,500 (10,669)

For larger kVA sizes, please contact your ABB Sales Representative. Dimensions and weights are approximate and should not be used for construction purposes.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Liquid-Filled Transformers

ABB’s liquid-filled transformers range from 112.5 kVA through 20 MVA, with primary voltages through 69 kV. ABB supplies the widest variety of small power transformers available from a single manufacturer, including specific designs for power centers, substations, networks, and padmounts. The transformers are integral parts of power systems found in industrial facilities, commercial buildings, and utility transmission and distribution networks.

The rectangular core and coil design is a distinguishing characteristic of ABB liquid-filled transformers and yields the dependability, ruggedness, and space-saving economy needed in utility, industrial, and commercial applications. ABB liquid-filled transformers are manufactured to the international quality standards of ISO 9001.

SELECTION GUIDE
Product Range (kVA) 750 — 20,000 Primary Voltage (kV) 2.4 — 69 Features Used for outdoor applications; features cover-mounted bushings and can be provided with load tap changers or no-load tap changers Used for indoor or outdoor applications and generally close-coupled to incoming and outgoing equipment Suitable for use in network switching distribution systems for either subway or vault applications Mounted on concrete pads outdoors where the high-voltage and low-voltage cables are underground, and the transformer does not need to be fenced in

Substation

Unit Substation Network

112.5 — 10,000 300 — 2500

2.4 — 69 2.4 — 34.5

Padmounted

2500 — 20,000

2.4 — 46

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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FEATURES
Standard
Standard features include aluminum or copper windings, epoxy or porcelain bushings, gauges, alarm packages, fans, and special signs and tags. For environments that are corrosive to the normal finish on electrical equipment, ABB offers a premium paint finish. This special paint finish is an epoxy coating. wound directly over the low-voltage to form a high-strength coil assembly. Generous oil ducts extend the height of the coil to provide cooling in the winding. The staggered, diamond epoxy bonds help assure free oil flow through the winding. Accurately located taps and a large winding cross-section keep unbalanced ampere turns to a minimum. Unbalanced ampere turns create forces during short circuit that drive the high-voltage and low-voltage coils apart vertically. By minimizing this imbalance, vertical forces are correspondingly reduced and the design is stronger under short circuit stresses. The large areas presented by the layer-type winding result in a low-ground capacitance, which gives a nearly straight line surge distribution throughout the winding. A compact, high-impulse strength coil is the result. Turn Insulation ABB small power transformers are designed to meet specific performance criteria defined by the customer. Some design considerations may require the use of traditional crepe paper or Nomex® tape as turn insulation. Most designs, however, utilize DuraBIL®, which is a tough, flexible, and inert turn insulation. It reduces the most prevalent cause of transformer failure: deterioration of turn insulation. DuraBIL is a single layer of epoxy powder deposited electrostatically and baked on the strap conductor. The process is closely controlled and monitored to ensure a continuous, uniform coating. The result is a compact turn insulation with superior characteristics, including adhesion, flexibility, abrasion resistance, and thermal and chemical stability. Since DuraBIL is chemically stable, it won’t degrade and contaminate the transformer fluid with moisture. As a result, DuraBIL maintains its dimensional stability and the coil’s structural integrity.

Construction
Core The rectangular core is a series of laminations made from high-quality, grain-oriented, silicon steel. The stacked core provides a superior flux path by utilizing a step-lap joining of core legs to the top and bottom yokes. The effective way in which the core is supported and the efficient step-lap joint have resulted in decreases in exciting current up to 40%, reductions in sound levels up to 3 db, and reductions in iron loss up to 10%. The rectangular-shaped core efficiently fills the corresponding shaped opening in the coil with a minimum of unused space. The short yoke between the core legs cuts down the external path of the flux between active core leg material with a resulting increase in efficiency. The rectangular shape of the core can be more uniformly and rigidly supported to prevent shifting of laminations and improve sound level characteristics. Coils The rectangular-wound coil features low-voltage sheet conductor extending the full height of the coil. Insuldur® treated layer-to-layer insulation is a thermally upgraded kraft paper. The layer insulation is coated with a diamond pattern of B-stage epoxy adhesive, which cures during processing to form a high-strength bond. This bond restrains the windings from shifting during operation or under short circuit stresses. The high-to-low insulation is placed over the low-voltage winding, and the strapwound, high-voltage is

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109 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and BIOTEMP™ is offered with most ratings. The result is greater strength and coil integrity throughout the life of the transformer. dielectric fluid that is also classified as “less-flammable. Transformers designed with less-flammable fluids can be used to meet National Electric Code 450-23. BIOTEMP is suitable for application indoors and in areas of heightened environmental sensitivity where any insulating fluid spill could require expensive clean-up procedures. Dimensional changes in the insulating materials are minimized to ensure a tighter structure. Underwriter’s Laboratories has certified BIOTEMP as a less-flammable fluid.FEATURES (continued) Layer Insulation The Insuldur system of chemical stabilizers thermal upgrades and cellulose-insulating materials permit 12% higher load capability. silicone. Mineral oil is typically specified for outdoor applications.” BIOTEMP has been tested to be 97% biodegradable in a 21-day period. For more information.abb. BIOTEMP is a new.com. Silicone and R-Temp fluids are classified as “less-flammable” fluids and are used when flammability is a concern. The Insuldur system allows a unit rated at 55°C rise to be operated at a 10°C higher temperature with a 12% increase in kVA capacity. Insuldur can be used with all fluids offered with ABB small power transformers. environmentally friendly. Silicone and R-Temp fluids are Factory Mutual and Underwriter’s Laboratories approved. R-Temp® fluid. fully biodegradable. Transformer Fluids A choice of transformer fluids including oil. Chemical stabilizers retard insulation breakdown under elevated temperature conditions.

with primary voltages up to 69 kV. and commercial applications.5% 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V Liquid preservation system with sealed tank Tank rated 8 psig for units rated 5 MVA and below or below 34.5 kV Lifting hooks for moving complete unit Magnetic liquid level gauge (no contacts) Dial-type thermometer (no contacts) Pressure vacuum gauge (no contacts) units rated 2500 kVA and above or 200 kV BIL Pressure relief device (no contacts) Two (2) ground pads on tank Drain valve and bottom filter press connection ANSI 70 gray paint Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling the unit parallel to ANSI segment centerlines Diagrammatic stainless steel nameplate SPECIFICATIONS Available fluids: • Oil • Silicone • R-Temp fluid • BIOTEMP Load tap changers available Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 750 — 20. This proven design features dependability.000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 69 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up to 34. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Copper windings 55°C average winding temperature rise Forced-air cooling packages Factory mutual labeling Basic impulse level adjustments Five-legged core/coil assembly Special ambient Special altitudes Nonstandard HV taps Special impedance Special sound levels Skid mounting Electrostatic shields Removable radiators Internally mounted bushing current transformers STANDARD FEATURES Aluminum windings Cover-mounted bushings Rectangular core and coil design 65°C average temperature rise Tap changer for de-energized operation Four (4) full capacity taps on HV winding rated 2. ruggedness. primary and secondary bushings and can be provided with load (LTC) or no-load (NLTC) tap changers.5 2 Transformers 110 . Substation transformers are used primarily for outdoor applications in threephase ratings of 750 — 20.000 kVA (self-cooled) and single-phase ratings of 667 — 6667 kVA (self-cooled). and spacesaving economy needed in utility. industrial. Substation transformers are “stand-alone” electrical equipment and are generally connected directly to overhead utility power lines. ABB substation transformers utilize a rectangular core and coil design that is a distinguishing characteristic of ABB liquid-filled transformers.5 kV Tank rated 15 psig for units rated above 5 MVA and 34.Small Power Transformers Liquid-Filled Transformers Substation ABB substation transformers have cover-mounted.

920 Low Voltage 480.870/12. 1667. 14.200/35.540Y 12. 2520Y/1385 2520∆.400 43. 75006.200.600/68.090Y/7560.200Y 12.700/11.470 13. 833. Tap changer is for de-energized operation only.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 2400∆5 480Y/277.400 13. 66676 High Voltage1 2400/4160Y 4800/8320Y 6900/11.000∆ 12.870/12.200/45. Units with 240∆ or 280Y secondary available through 1500 kVA for three-phase and 1250 kVA for single-phase only.650Y/11.250Y/11.700 36.200/45.200 24.000/42.230Y 34.850 13. 2500.400∆ 24. 3750.500/32.400 34.850Y 8000/7810/7430/7240-13.400 70. 5040∆.160Y/11.350Y 7560/7380/7020/6840-13.400 Low Voltage 208Y/120.900 34. 50006.200/63. 10.400 70.470Y/7200. 111 ABB .800/65.500 Single-Phase kVA Self-Cooled.800 67. Low-voltage taps are not available.100/13.090Y 7620/13. 2500.230Y/20.860/13.800Y/7920.100/13.600 46.700/11.530/12.940Y 19. 2000.600 46. 12. 8720Y/5040.600/12. 3333.000 13. Units rated above 5000 kVA for three-phase or above 3333 kVA for single-phase available with HV of 12 kV or higher only. VA +434-575-7971 No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Mechanical leak test Resistance measurements on all windings Ratio Polarity and phase relation Standard Voltage Ratings Three-Phase kVA Self-Cooled.860Y/13.870Y/12.300/11.090/12.800Y 12.0006 High Voltage1 24004 4160 4800 6900 7200 12. 1000. 13. Bland.200 13.540 14. Units with 2400 V primary available through 1000 kVA for three-phase and 833 kVA for single-phase only.300/11. 1500. 4800∆. For more information.600/12.530Y/12.160/11.400 13. 4160Y/2400. 6900∆.550Y/12.400/24.920 36. OA 750.400 1 2 3 4 5 6 Primary voltage can be ∆ or wye for three-phase connections. 12.500/13.000.abb.500/22. 5000.300/33. 7200∆.100/23.500/22.300/33. OA 667. 8320Y/4800.000 High-Voltage Taps2 at Rated kVA3 (V) 2520/2460/2340/2280 4360/4260/4055/3950 5040/4920/4680/4560 7245/7070/6730/6555 7560/7380/7020/6840 12. 1250.200/63.940Y/14.920/34.200 13.500Y/19.200/35.200∆ 13.Sourced through SPECIFICATIONS Standard Tests (continued) ABB Inc.000 High-Voltage Taps2 at Rated kVA3 (V) 2520/2460/2340/2280-4360Y/4260/4055Y/3950Y 5040/4920/4680/4560-8720Y/8520Y/8110Y/7900Y 7245/7070/6730/6555-12.400/14.600/68.300/21.950Y 7200/12. 7560∆.780Y/12.860/13.700 36.200 24. 480∆ 2400∆. 14.500/13. 12.400/14.400 14. 2400/4160Y 2520/4360Y 4800/8320Y 5040/8720Y 6900/11.200Y 7970/13.920/36.090Y/12.800 22. VA +276-688-3325 South Boston.500/32.100/23.800 22.530/12.600 13. 3000.600∆ 13.780/12.470Y 7560/13.500Y 20.540 14.600/41. 4160∆.950Y 7200/12.600/41.000/42.800 67.000/65.900 34.300/21. 4360Y/2520.400 43.470Y 7620/13.000 12.

Since each order is tailored to meet specific customer requirements. or other types of incoming and outgoing equipment. These units feature a rectangular core and coil design that is a distinguishing characteristic of ABB liquid-filled transformers. bus duct.Small Power Transformers Liquid-Filled Transformers Unit Substation ABB unit substation transformers are generally closecoupled to switchgear. A unit substation transformer must have either or both the HV and LV bushings mounted on the transformer wall. ABB unit substation transformers can be designed to replace existing equipment for ease of installation with minimum site modifications. STANDARD FEATURES Aluminum windings Wall-mounted bushings “Z” bar flange on secondary for close-coupling to LV gear Rectangular core and coil design 65°C average temperature rise Tap changer for de-energized operation Four (4) full capacity taps on winding rated 2 . motor control.5% 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V Liquid preservation system with sealed tank Tank rated 5 psig for oil-filled units Tank rated 8 psig for silicone-filled units Lifting hooks for moving complete unit Magnetic liquid level gauge (no contacts) Dial-type thermometer (no contacts) Pressure vacuum gauge (no contacts) units rated 2500 kVA and above or 200 kV BIL Pressure relief device (no contacts) Two (2) ground pads on tank Drain valve and bottom filter press connection ANSI 61 gray paint Base-equipped with jacking pads and designed for rolling the unit parallel to ANSI segment centerlines Diagrammatic stainless steel nameplate OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Copper windings 55°C average winding temperature rise Forced-air cooling packages Factory mutual labeling Basic impulse level adjustments Five-legged core/coil assembly Special ambient Special altitudes Nonstandard HV taps Special impedance Special sound levels Skid mounting Electrostatic shields Removable radiators Internally mounted bushing current transformers 2 Transformers 112 . air terminal chambers.

4800∆. 1500.200 24.160/11. 150.000/42.300/11. 12.100/23. 7500. OA1 112.com. For more information. 12. 113 ABB .500/13.400 70.200 13. VA +434-575-7971 Secondary Unit Substations Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 112.000. 13.800 67. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 10.000. 2520Y/1385 2520∆. 5040∆.400 Low Voltage at Rated kVA4 208Y/120. 20.800 22.400/14. 8320Y/4800. 240∆ 480Y/277.000 High Voltage2 24005 4160 4800 6900 7200 12.400 13.300/21.800Y/7920.200∆ 13. 480∆ 2400∆. VA +276-688-3325 South Boston. 225.600 46. 6900∆. 14.000 High Voltage Taps3 (V) 2520/2460/2340/2280 4360/4260/4055/3950 5040/4920/4680/4560 7245/7070/6730/6555 7560/7380/7020/6840 12. 500.870/12.780/12. Low-voltage taps are not available.000/65.Sourced through SPECIFICATIONS Primary Unit Substations Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 750 — 20.090/12. 7560∆. 5000.850 13.530/12. Units with 2400 V primary available through 1000 kVA only. 2000.100/13.000. 4160∆ 4160Y/2400.300/33.600/68.200/63. 750. 7200∆.abb.000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 69 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 34.600/12.5 ABB Inc.5 — 2500 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 15 Secondary Voltage (V) Up through 1000 Available fluids: • Oil • Silicone • R-Temp fluid • BIOTEMP Standard Tests Resistance measurements on all windings Ratio Polarity and phase relation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Mechanical leak test Standard Voltage Ratings Three-Phase kVA Self-Cooled.500/32.200/35.600∆ 13. 8720Y/5040. 3000. 1000. Tap changer is for de-energized operation only. Bland.000 12.700/11.500/22.400∆ 1 2 3 4 5 Primary voltage can be ∆ or wye.600/41. 4360Y/2520.540 14.470 13. 2500. 3750. Units with 240∆ or 280Y secondary available through 1500 kVA only.860/13.5. 300. 15.000∆ 12.700 36.400 43.200/45.900 34. 12.090Y/7560.470Y/7200.

STANDARD FEATURES Aluminum windings Rectangular core and coil design 65°C average temperature rise Tap changer for de-energized operation Four (4) full capacity taps on winding rated 2. and gasket for mounting network protector • Flexible connectors for connecting transformer to network protector Black paint color Base-designed for rolling the unit parallel to ANSI segment centerlines Diagrammatic stainless steel nameplate Transformers OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Copper windings 55°C average winding temperature rise Basic impulse level adjustments Special ambient Special altitudes Nonstandard HV taps Special impedance Special sound levels Electrostatic shields Special paint 2 114 .or vault-type applications. They can be designed to replace existing equipment for ease of installation with minimum site modification. This proven design offers dependability. and space-saving economy. pins.5% 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V Liquid preservation system with sealed tank Tank rated 5 psig for oil-filled units Tank rated 8 psig for silicone-filled units Lifting hooks for moving complete unit Magnetic liquid level gauge (no contacts) Dial-type thermometer (no contacts) Two (2) copper-faced steel ground pads on tank Drain valve and bottom filter press connection High-voltage terminal chamber for oil or compound filling • Bolt-on cover with gasket and guide pins • Three single-conductor wiping sleeves for cable entrance • Air vent and liquid level plug High-voltage immersed chamber • Disconnect and grounding switch • Liquid level gauge • Liquid filling plug • Air test fitting Low-voltage terminal facilities • Flanged throat with drillings.Small Power Transformers Liquid-Filled Transformers Network ABB network transformers are liquid-filled and are designed for use in a secondary network distribution system in either subway. These units feature a rectangular core and coil design that is a distinguishing characteristic of ABB liquidfilled transformers. jack screws. ruggedness. Over 36 years of service and thorough testing confirm the reliability of the rectangular design.

700/11.400 12.V. For more information.300/11. VA +434-575-7971 Available fluids: • Oil • Silicone • R-Temp fluid • BIOTEMP Standard Tests Resistance measurements on all windings Ratio Polarity and phase relation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Mechanical leak test Standard Voltage Ratings Three-Phase kVA Self-Cooled.860/13. Low-voltage taps are not available.Sourced through SPECIFICATIONS Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 300 — 2500 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 34.960 24. 2500 High Voltage 2400 4160 7200 11.320/12.900 34.870/12.700 36. 115 ABB . 500.800 12.600/12. 750.400 22.639/10.870/12. 1000.040/13.300/21.787/11.075/11.040/13.540/12.760/14. 2340/2280/2220/2160 4056/3952/3848/3744 7020/6840/6660/6480 11.540 15.300/21.213/11.530/12.200 14. VA +276-688-3325 South Boston.400/11.L. Units with 216 Y LV available through 1000 kVA. Bland.200/35. 2520/2460/2340/2520 4368/4264/4056/3952 7560/7380/7020/6840 12.000 13.abb.100/23.500/22.213/10. Units with 2400∆ or 4160 HV available through 1000 kVA.V.120/14.5 Secondary Voltage 216 Y — 1000 kVA 480 Y — 2500 kVA ABB Inc.500/22.L.926/10.026 12.300/33.700 36.700/11.680 24.100/10.880 14.352 11.680/13. 2000.500/32.600 Taps with 480Y V.210/11.200/35. OA 300. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 1500.com.600 Low4 Voltage standard is 216 Y or 480 Y for all ratings 1 2 3 4 Tap changer is for de-energized operation only.100/23.300/33.500/32.500 12.2 Taps with 216Y V.400 3 High-Voltage Taps at Rated kVA1.

screws. Unsightly fences or other protection devices are not necessary. ruggedness. Over 36 years of service and thorough testing confirm the reliability of the rectangular design.5 Base-designed for rolling the unit parallel to ANSI segment centerlines Transformers OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Copper windings 55°C average winding temperature rise Dead-front primary entrance Factory mutual labeling Basic impulse level adjustments Dial-type thermometer Liquid level gauge Pressure vacuum gauge Radiator guards Rapid pressure rise relay CTs and PTs Special ambient Special altitudes Nonstandard HV taps Special impedance Special sound levels Electrostatic shields Special paint 116 2 . and space-saving economy. hinges. the units are shipped as one piece. This proven design offers dependability.5% 2-FCAN—2-FCBN on units with voltages above 601 V Liquid preservation system with sealed tank Tank rated 5 psig for oil-filled units Tank rated 8 psig for silicone filled units Lifting hooks for moving complete unit Pressure relief valve Two (2) copper-faced steel ground pads on tank Weather-resistant cabinet bolted to front of the transformer HV/LV compartment barrier bolted in place Three-point terminal compartment latching HV compartment located on left of unit • Live front-cast resin bushings or universal bushing wells for dead-front • Provisions for distribution class LAs • Space for stress cones • Interlocked door that can be opened only after LV compartment door is opened Low-voltage compartment located on right • Compartment door with provisions for padlocking • Ground pad • Provision for dial-type thermometer • Provision for vacuum pressure gauge • Pressure relief device • Liquid level gauge • Diagrammatic stainless steel nameplate Bell telephone green paint finish. These units feature a rectangular core and coil design that is a distinguishing characteristic of ABB liquid-filled transformers. Munsell no. or fasteners.Small Power Transformers Liquid-Filled Transformers Padmounted ABB padmounted transformers feature tamper-resistant construction with no externally accessible bolts.29/1. Completely factory-assembled. 7GY/3. STANDARD FEATURES Tamper-resistant Aluminum windings Rectangular core and coil design 65°C average temperature rise Tap changer for de-energized operation Four (4) full capacity taps on winding rated 2. providing a safe self-contained unit that prevents entry by unauthorized personnel.

095/24. For more information. 12.Sourced through SPECIFICATIONS Self-Cooled Power Rating (kVA) 2500 — 20. 4360Y.940 34.470Y/7200 1 2 3 4 Primary voltage can be ∆ or wye. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.638/32.abb.045/23.300/11.775 Low Voltage at Rated kVA3 208Y/120.363/33.225/35. 4160∆.200 13. OA 500. 2400∆4 408Y/277.com. 5000 High Voltage1 2400 4160 4800 7200 12.090/12.160/11.800 16.480 24.200/16.497/23. Low-voltage taps are not available.700/11.770/15. Units with 240∆ or 280Y secondary available through 1500 kVA only.000 Primary Voltage (kV) Up through 46 Secondary Voltage (kV) Up through 25 ABB Inc.315/23. 480∆ 2400∆. 4800∆ 7200∆. 2500.470 13.695 36.500 High-Voltage Taps2 (V) 2520/2460/2340/2280 4360/4260/4055/3950 5040/4920/4680/4560 7560/7380/7020/6840 12. 4160Y/2400.900 24. Tap changer is for de-energized operation only.200 17. VA +276-688-3325 South Boston.400/14.400 13. 2520∆. 3000.850 13.860/13.500/13. 1000 31500.330/21. VA +434-575-7971 Available fluids: • Oil • Silicone • R-Temp fluid • BIOTEMP Standard Tests Resistance measurements on all windings Ratio Polarity and phase relation No-load loss Excitation current Impedance Load loss Applied potential Induced potential Mechanical leak test Standard Voltage Ratings Three-Phase kVA Self-Cooled.600/12.780/12.540 14.870/12.900 23. 3750.302/22.100/13.000 12. Bland.755 25.705 26.470∆. 750. 12.565/24.340 22.530/12. 117 ABB . 2000.910/15.190/25.470/22.

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and location of insulation. IEC. 119 ABB . Windings—Windings are paper-taped conductors. STANDARD FEATURES Core—Cold-rolled.S. medium and large power transformer requirements.com. A boltless design with step-lap construction minimizes eddy current losses and gives thermal and mechanical stability. Either disc-type. SELECTOR GUIDE 10 — 100 MVA Medium Power 100 — 1000 MVA Large Power 50 — 1000 MVA Repairs Services ANSI. Structural support for the core is provided by flat clamps. ABB produces power transformers rated above 10. helical. These facilities are ISO 9001 registered. or layer windings are selected based on the rating of the transformer. High-strength crepe is standard for coil turns.Power Transformers ABB has accumulated over a century of experience in power transformer production. The clamping system provides uniform pressure on the coils and assures a tight and reliable support throughout the life of the transformer. Each unit is designed to individual service conditions and purchaser specifications. grain-oriented. and silicon alloyed steel are used.001 kVA. Insulation System—Advanced design programs are used to optimize the amount. ABB operates three facilities within North America with additional global capacity to serve the U. designed to meet or exceed relevant standards for thermal and mechanical withstand. fabricated from high-strength steel. Assembly—Coils are concentrically loaded on the core and braced laterally against the core or on self-supporting insulating cylinders. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. High-density pressboard is used in major insulation. CSA Standards Substation Auxiliary Load tap changing Specialty Substation Autotransformer Generator step-up Phase Shifter Regulator Diagnostics Upgrading Field tests Transportation Installation Relocation Life assessment For more information. type.

Louis. St. MO at 314-679-4712. Poland • Istanbul. Brazil • Vassa.) Oil preservation (sealed tank. Ontario. Finland • Ludvika. Routine tests are performed in accordance with either ANSI or IEC recommendations. Quebec. Peru For more information. inert gas. Spain • Pretoria. 2 120 . Important information required to prepare a quotation include: User’s specification kVA (include multiple ratings if applicable) Cooling class Winding voltages • kV ratings • BIL • Connection • Taps Type of unit Phase. Louis.Medium and Large Power Transformers Sourced through Power Transformers OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES De-energized tap changer On-load tap changer (either resistance or reactance bridging) Bushings (ABB maintains a complete range to suit each application. Louis. Turkey • Bogota. MO +314-679-4712 SPECIFICATIONS Power transformers are a special design apparatus. Sweden • Bad Honnef. Germany • Lodz. frequency Impedance(s) Loss evaluation Accessories • Lightning arresters • Bushing current transformers • Monitoring • Termination Test requirements Service conditions Special requirements • Seismic • Sound level Requested delivery date Testing All transformers are tested to verify design and construction. please contact either your local ABB Sales Representative or the ABB North American Marketing Group in St. Columbia • Lima. USA • Guelph. conservator) Control cabinet Instrumentation and monitoring ABB Inc. Canada • Cordoba. • St. Transformers Sourced through ABB Inc. temperature rise. South Africa • Guarulhos. Canada • Varennes. MO.

com. The phase angle shift is obtained by combining the voltages from different phases in the PST.abb.and three-phase Single-tank design or two tanks with flexible throat connection Two-core design • Symmetric design.Phase-Shifting Transformers Phase-shifting transformers (PST) are used to control the flow of real power in transmission lines by manipulating the phase angle difference. STANDARD FEATURES Different designs are available: Single. grounded wye • Asymmetric design (Quad-Booster) Single-core design • Polygon • Extended delta • Full wye-wye APPLICATIONS New interconnections between networks Suppresses circulating power flow Forces power flow to contract path in case of parallel power lines Distributes power flow to different customers in a defined way Loads existing lines closer to their thermal limits For more information. 121 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

Germany SPECIFICATIONS In order to prepare a quote the following important information is needed in addition to the information required for power transformers: Desired phase shift Phase shift angle defined at no-load or load? If under load. MO +314-679-4753 Produced at ABB Transformatoren GmbH in Bad Honnef.Medium and Large Power Transformers Sourced through Phase-Shifting Transformers OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Multiple sets of load tap changers to increase precision of phase-angle regulation Monitoring system to perform life time assessment Voltage regulation Adjustment of impedance values to customer requirements ABB Inc. 2 Transformers 122 . St. cos ϕ of load? Does the phase angle shift have to be symmetrical in advance and retard directions? Does the transformer ratio have to be independent of phase angle? Tolerances for phase angle under load? Number of steps? Or in which increments does the phase angle have to be controlled? Minimum and maximum short circuit impedance at zero phase shift and maximum phase shift? Tolerance for impedance? Voltage regulation in addition to phase angle regulation? Network impedance? Testing All transformers are tested to verify design and construction. Routine tests are performed in accordance with either ANSI or IEC recommendations. Louis.

com. frequent overvoltages. and overloads to 200% for short cycles. 123 ABB .Power Transformers Industrial Transformers ABB is the primary supplier worldwide for Industrial Transformers. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and caustic environments and be able to withstand short circuits. They must operate in dirty.abb. SELECTION GUIDE STEEL PLANTS and FOUNDRIES 8 to 190 MVA arc furnace transformers ac Arc Melting Furnaces dc Arc Melting Furnaces Ladle Metallurgy Furnaces Induction Melting Furnaces Tapped Series Reactors CHEMICAL PRODUCTION 20 to 80 MVA rectifier transformers Chlorine electrolysis Sodium electrolysis Cadmium electrolysis Graphitizing furnaces LARGE DRIVES SMELTERS and ALLOY PRODUCTION 1 to 100 MVA furnace transformers Lead refining Silicon metal production Precious metal refining Ferro-alloys production Single-phase or three-phase design 20 to 150 MVA rectifier transformers Wind tunnels Pumping stations NON-FERROS METALS 20 to 170 MVA rectifier transformers Aluminum pot lines Magnesium production Copper processors Zinc production Nickel production Bridge or IPT/SCR design For more information. hot. These transformers are unique in their design to meet demanding applications.

a copy of the nameplate and outline drawing is required to bid a replacement transformer. Louis. MO +314-679-4829 STANDARD FEATURES Extra core bracing to meet short circuit requirements of process operation Water cooling for indoor installations Designed to meet industry standards All copper construction Design considers harmonic content of process loading ISO 9001 quality assurance SPECIFICATIONS Industrial Transformers require special attention to the application and the installation. St. If replacing an existing unit. New installations require the following minimum information: One-line diagram with short circuit capacities of the high-voltage system Process or application that the transformer will be used for Production target for the NEW transformer rating (steelmaking only) Ambient temperature of the transformer location Secondary voltage range of operation for the transformer with specific attention to the number of FULL capacity taps requested For rectifier transformers: The secondary connection.000 A Direct regulation up to 220 kV for rectifier systems Service and support for installation and start-up Retrofit designs to upgrade existing installations Sourced through ABB Inc. vacuum. number of pulses. 2 124 . and if IPT or SCR is required Transformers Testing All transformers are tested according to ANSI and IEC routine recommendations.or diverter-type Internal DELTA closure design to 100.Medium and Large Power Transformers Power Transformers Industrial Transformers OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Voltage regulation as required ON-LOAD tap changers.

SELECTION GUIDE Product Range (kV) BIL (kV) Rated Current (A) Features Bushings—Condenser Type O Plus C™ Type T™ Bushings—Bulk Type A™ 1.com.5 95 — 350 600 — 23. and control. ABB has the capability to refurbish or repair condenser or bulk bushings used on power transformers.abb.2 — 25 — 600 — 23. ABB also offers replacement components for existing power transformers manufactured by Westinghouse. GE. 125 ABB . ABB. load tap changers and other components for switching. ASEA. protection.000 Stud-type design utilizing a single piece of porcelain as the major insulation between the grounded bushing clamp and central conductor Stud-type design with a guaranteed corona level of less than 50 mV when tested at two times the rated line-to-ground voltage 15 — 800 25 — 34.000 Tap Changers—Load Type UZ — 200 — 650 600 Two basic configurations that are mounted on the outside of the transformer Tap Changers—De-energized Type DT 15 — 138 650 — 900 370 — 1000 Mounted on the high-voltage side of the transformer to adjust the transformer’s voltage ratio For more information. All components are manufactured to international standards ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. BBC.2 — 34. and Moloney.5 110 — 2050 150 — 200 400 — 5000 4500 — 21. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.500 Designed for use in transformers and oil-filled circuit breakers High-current condenser designed for use in transformers and other oil-filled apparatus Type LCRJ™ 1.Components & Insulation Material ABB manufactures a wide range of components for power transformers. These components include HV and LV bushings.

The ground sleeve located below the support flange provides a surface at ground potential for use in transformers that have an air or gas space above the insulating liquid. 550 kV and 800 kV bushings have an oil level gauge.55 percent for condenser-type bushings.35 percent for ratings above 230 kV.Components & Insulation Material Bushings—Condenser Type O Plus C™ ABB Type O Plus C condenser bushings are designed for use in transformers and oil-filled circuit breakers. The outer insulating housing of these bushings is made of wet process porcelain.4 percent for ratings up to 230 kV and less than 0. between the conductive and insulating layers that are present in the surface-printed ink or foil capacitor designs. are held in place by center clamping to provide an oil-tight enclosure for the condenser. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES All bushing products are manufactured using a proprietary process that fuses semiconducting ink into the fibers of a special. This process eliminates the gaps at the ends of the condenser. The porcelain housings. For bushings 15 kV through 138 kV. ABB offers Type O Plus C condenser bushings in 400 A to 5000 A ratings and are available from 15 kV through 800 kV. This is 50 percent of the value allowed by current ANSI/IEEE bushing standards.01-1991 IEEE Standard C57. For bushings 161 kV and higher. a multiple spring cap assembly maintains pressure on the gaskets.5 times the rated maximum line-to-ground voltage.19. Oil level is easily readable from ground level when the bushing is installed on the transformer. Bushings rated through 138 kV have a sight bowl for 360° oil level indication. The winding of the condenser is computer controlled to ensure conducting layers are precisely placed at the specified locations. Designs exist for oil-to-air applications for either vertical or horizontal mounting. along with the oil expansion chamber and the lower support. Bushings rated from 161 kV through 362 kV have a metal expansion dome with a prismatic glass for oil level indication. Bushings at or below 69 kV include a test tap for measuring power factor and capacitance.19. The bushing is kept leak-tight and free of moisture by resilient gaskets.00 IEEE Standard C57. resulting in power factors of less than 0. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES The Type O Plus C Transformer Breaker Interchangeable (TBI) bushings can be converted from a simple draw lead-type bushing to a lower-end connected bushing by a simple exchange of hardware. The ANSI/IEEE standards allow a power factor of 0. All bushing products are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001. resulting in uniform voltage distribution throughout the bushing. or as an area for installing bushing-type current transformers. SPECIFICATIONS Industry Standards IEEE Standard C57.100 IEEE Standard 693 2 Transformers 126 . Alamo. Bushings above 69 kV have a voltage tap that can be used with another device or used for measuring power factor and capacitance. The housings are assembled against the flange of the metal support. low-density kraft paper. ABB guarantees less than 5 pc or 5 µV of partial discharge for the Type O Plus C condenser bushings at test levels of 1. ABB condenser bushings meet or exceed the applicable IEEE and CSA standards. pressure is maintained by an assembly of springs inside the metal expansion dome.19. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Stringent manufacturing procedures minimize moisture content.

SPECIFICATIONS Industry Standards IEEE Standard C57. resulting in uniform voltage distribution throughout the bushing.5 kV. ABB condenser bushings meet or exceed the applicable IEEE test standard. The winding of the condenser is computer controlled to ensure conducting layers are precisely placed at specified locations. with the designation ‘V’ in the style number.55 percent for condensertype bushings. A test tap incorporated into the design permits convenient power factor and capacitance testing of the bushing while it is in place on the apparatus.abb. and Viton™ rubber gaskets are used for all sealing. Nomex™ insulation is used instead of cellulose paper for the condenser insulation. The assembly is sealed with resilient gaskets between the porcelains.Bushings—Condenser Type T™ ABB Type T bushings. A multiple coil spring assembly at the lower end of the bushing clamps the outer shell onto the central conductor.19. The bushing outer assembly is fabricated from two wet process porcelain shells and an aluminum center mounting flange. high-temperature condenser bushings designed for use in transformers and other oil-filled apparatus.500 A and in voltage ratings of 25 kV and 34. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES This standard series has been specifically designed for application in the high temperature environment of bus ducts. ABB offers these Type T condenser bushings in current ratings from 4500 A to 21. Manufactured at ABB Inc. This is 50 percent of the value allowed by current ANSI/IEEE bushing standards. 127 ABB . and the lower support. Similar gaskets are used between the center mounting flange and the top and bottom porcelains. ABB guarantees less than 5 pc or 5 µV of partial discharge for the Type T condenser bushings at test levels of 1. resulting in power factors of less than 0. the top terminal. The ANSI/IEEE standards allow a power factor of 0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. Alamo.00 For more information. These materials are suitable for the extreme temperature conditions associated with bus duct applications.5 times the rated maximum line-to-ground voltage.4 percent. In these bushings. These Type T bushings are available for both cover and sidewall mounting applications. are high-current. Stringent manufacturing procedures minimize moisture content. All bushing products are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001.

These bushings are designed with an open inboard end to permit oil from the apparatus to enter the bushing for insulation and cooling. and a bottom-clamping nut. This arrangement allows the bushing to be removed from the apparatus without disturbing the internal connections.000 A and voltage ratings from 1.Components & Insulation Material Bushings—Bulk Type A™ ABB Type A bushings are stud-type designs used for applications with oil-filled transformers and generators. Alamo. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES ABB offers Type A bushings rated 600 A and below for use with a detachable cable-type conductor.5 kV. These bushings use only a central conductor that has a greater cross-sectional area to accommodate the higher currents. This product requires little maintenance other than periodic cleaning because of its simple design and rugged construction. with current ratings from 600 A to 23. The Type A bushing. are available for either vertical or horizontal mounting. The bushing is filled with oil and sealed from the atmosphere with resilient gaskets. The tube. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES Type A bushings rated from 1200 A to 4000 A use a central metal tube as the conductor. gasket. Some 3000 A and 4000 A bushings use a clamping assembly which is cemented to the porcelain. The porcelain is clamped to the conductor tube with a threaded cap. For most ratings up to 3000 A. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Type A bushings rated 4500 A and higher are designed for 15 kV and 34. spring washer. 2 Transformers 128 . This unique feature makes them suitable for either sidewall or cover mounting. The porcelain is held in compression with a spring assembly at the lower end. high-strength epoxy. threaded at both ends for connection to the apparatus. The metal flange is secured around the outside of the porcelain with weather-resistant.5 kV applications.2 kV to 34. leads inside and to the incoming lines outside. All bushing products are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001. The detachable cable conductor is an integral part of the apparatus to which the bushing is installed. the bushing is clamped to the apparatus flange with a fabricated metal retaining clamp.

ABB guarantees less than 50 µV at twice the normal line-to-ground operating voltage for Type LCRJ bushings. Alamo. 129 ABB . This arrangement allows the bushing to be removed from the apparatus without disturbing the inside connections. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES Type LCRJ bushings utilize a single porcelain as the major insulation between the grounded bushing clamp and the central conductor. Vertical-only designs have their own oil supply and are sealed from the apparatus environment. These bulk bushings are available for applications between 1.000 A. The coating acts as an electrostatic shield and prevents the concentration of electric stress on the edge of the bushing flange.Bushings—Bulk Type LCRJ™ ABB Type LCRJ bushings are stud-type designs that are suitable for cover and/or sidewall mounting on power transformers. Manufactured at ABB Inc.abb. Type LCRJ bushings feature a conductive coating fired onto the external surface of the porcelain. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES ABB offers Type LCRJ bushings rated 600 A and below for use with a detachable cable-type conductor. In some cases these bushings are designed for both horizontal and vertical applications by permitting the oil from the transformer to fill the gap between the porcelain and the conductor via an opening in the inboard end. Bushings rated at 25 kV are available in current ratings from 2900 A to 23. All bushing products are manufactured to the international standards of ISO 9001. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. The space between the central conductor and porcelain is generally filled with insulating oil.2 kV and 25 kV. The detachable cable conductor is an integral part of the apparatus to which the bushing is installed.com. Bushings rated 15 kV are available in current ratings from 600 A to 5000 A. For more information. thereby limiting corona at operating and test voltages. This product requires little maintenance other than periodic cleaning because of its simple design and rugged construction. Type LCRJ bushings are particularly suitable for applications requiring low partial discharge.

Minimal maintenance is required for absolutely trouble-free operation. The 250-W heater can be specified with a thermostat and switch for use in arctic climates. In each case the tap changer uses three identical single-phase selector switches. Because the UZ family of tap changers is designed for mounting on the outside of the transformer tank. For tropical climates the heater can be controlled by a hygrostat. and the overall size of the transformer tank can be reduced. Each single-phase unit consists of an epoxy-resin molding. The simple and rugged design gives a service life that equals the service life of the transformer. Access to the terminals is via a connection cover on the top of the tank. mounted in the openings on the rear of the compartment. transition resistors. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES The UZ types of load tap changers operate according to the main selector switch principle that combines the tap selector and diverter switch in one. and in most cases.Components & Insulation Material Tap Changers—Load Type UZ The UZ tap changer is available in two basic configurations: the UZE and UZF. up to 650 kV BIL and up to 33 positions. Alamo.92 CAN/CSA-C88-M90 2 130 . a change-over selector. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES The motor-drive cabinet can be supplied with an anti-condensation coverage. The motor-drive mechanism can be equipped to meet the requirements of humid climates or desert conditions. Transformers SPECIFICATIONS Industry Standards IEC 214 IEC 354 ANSI/IEEE C57. All of the equipment necessary to operate the tap changer is contained in a single compartment with the motor-drive mechanism attached to the outside. Tests show the tap changer was still mechanically sound after one million operations. The UZ types of load tap changers are mounted on the outside of the transformer tank. The UZ types of load tap changers are available with 600 A rated current. Manufactured at ABB Inc. a selector switch. The UZ family of load tap changers has been developed over many years for maximum reliability. The basic difference between the UZE model and the UZF model is the incline of the active part within the UZF tank to allow easier access to the terminals. installation procedures are simplified.

The operating mechanism features a packing gland and O-ring to ensure a leak-tight seal through the transformer tank wall. Alamo.abb. The DTW uses silver-tipped moving contacts to bridge two of the six tin-plated stationary contacts for a tap connection. Manufactured at ABB Inc. The DTU uses silver-plated moving contacts to bridge the two copper stationary contacts for a tap connection. The DTU system includes a choice of standard operating mechanisms.or double-deck per phase applications. drive shafts.Tap Changers—De-energized Type DTU The DTU is a modular. Five positions are available. The DTW system includes a choice of standard operating mechanisms. For more information. Up to seven positions are available. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 Type DTW The DTW design is available with a current rating of 850 A per deck and up to 900 kV BIL. bridging-type tap changer design available with a current rating of up to 500 A per deck and up to 650 kV BIL. The moving contacts are driven by a linear Geneva gear that is connected via steel shafts to the external operating mechanism. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 131 ABB . linear-action. The operating mechanism features a packing gland and O-ring to ensure a leak-tight seal through the transformer tank wall. and barriers needed for the basic configurations required for either single.or double-deck per phase applications. The operating mechanism includes a position indicator and provisions for padlocking. shields. The operating mechanism includes a position indicator and provisions for padlocking. The moving contacts are driven by a worm gear set that is connected via insulated shafts to the external operating mechanism. drive shafts and shields needed for the basic configurations required for either single.com.

Detailed electrical and mechanical concerns are brought to the attention of the customer within the Bushing Cross Reference Guide. Alamo. APPLICATIONS Replacement bushings are available for those manufactured by ABB. TN +731-696-5561 +800-955-8399 STANDARD FEATURES ABB’s O Plus C™ replacement bushing design incorporates the leading condenser design with the optimum shell design to offer the most technologically advanced bushing available. Within this computer-based guide resides detailed information for replacing over 5000 bushings manufactured by various companies.Components & Insulation Material Special Feature Refurbished/Replacement Bushings Replacing or repairing bushings on older power equipment takes advantage of the latest technologies for improved performance. or rebuild virtually all domestic and foreign manufactured bushings. Repairing or rebuilding bushings is an economical alternative for bushings 115 kV and above or condenser bushings below 115 kV when the current exceeds 2500 A. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Westinghouse. capacitive-graded condenser core with guaranteed lowest power factor and partial discharge in the industry. and Lapp. where applicable. General Electric. ABB can replace. ABB can either replace items with those that conform to the original specification or upgrade to incorporate the latest technology available. Utilizing the original as manufactured drawings. as well as other domestic and foreign manufacturers for all kV classes up to 800 kV and 2100 kV BIL. repair. Repaired/Rebuilt Information All repaired bushings carry the same warranty as new bushings. All rewound bushings incorporate ABB’s stateof-the-art. ABB offers customers the Bushing Cross Reference Guide to facilitate the selection of replacement bushings for obsolete designs or bushings produced by other manufacturers. fused-link. thus negating any surprises at the time of installation. 2 Transformers 132 .

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. . . . and Generators Low Voltage Motors IEC Standard Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Motorformer™/Powerformer Light™ . . . . 207 products Services Switchgear OEM Components Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manual Motor Protectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Machines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186 188 189 190 Low-Voltage DC Drives DCS 400 . . . . . . Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors . . . . . . . Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment and Control Systems Metal-Enclosed K-Line Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 MNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 DCS 500B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 CBG 30mm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Relays Control . . . . 138 NEMA Motors . . . 180 181 182 183 Drives Low-Voltage AC Drives ACS ACS ACS ACS 100 . . . . . . . Electronic Monitoring Electronic Thermistor Electronic Safety . . . . . . . 141 Flameproof Motors . . . . . . . . Type SSD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Synchronous Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Wound Rotor Induction Motors . . Combination . . . . . . . . DLA and WLA . 178 Metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Disconnect Switches Non-Fusible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 171 172 173 174 Specialty Motors Wind Turbine Generators . . . . . . 158 Electronic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIN Rail and Spiral Wrap . . . . 195 Enclosed . . . . . . . . . 208 Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Sensors Proximity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Miniature Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400 . . . . 191 Emax. . . . . . 159 Low-Voltage Network Quality CLMD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type SSM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 148 149 150 Cable Managment Systems Wire Duct. . . . . Automatic Power Factor Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Softstarters Type PSS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Starters Across the Line . . . . . . . . 144 Synchronous Generators . Residual Current Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 155 156 157 Circuit Breakers Isomax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 Signal Beacons and Stacklights . 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 Active Filter Power Quality Filter (PQFA) . . . . Reduced Voltage . . . Medium-Voltage Power Electronic Brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modular DIN Rail Components . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miniature Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 IEC Hazardous Area Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Overload Relays Thermal . . . . . . . . . . . . . Power Factor Capacitors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electronic Timing .Industrial Products Motors. . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Fusible. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Pilot Devices CBK 22mm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Industrial Controls Contactors Across the Line . Welding Isolation Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 High-Voltage Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors . . . . 140 . . . . . . . . . . . . Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Photoelectric Cam Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 ABB 300/1200. . . . . 143 Limit Switches Plastic . . . . . . . .

com. reliability.Motors. making you more competitive. ABB is the world’s leading and most advanced manufacturer of electrical machines. and service organizations both globally and within the United States. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. supplying motors and generators for virtually all industries. project management. For more information.abb. Machines. Our quality.and highvoltage AC motors and generators for every application. and Generators ABB has over 100 years of experience in designing and manufacturing low. Our in-depth knowledge of virtually every type of industrial processing ensures we always specify the best solution for your needs. 135 ABB . and environmentally sound solutions make ABB the first choice as a supplier of electrical machines. ABB is the largest power engineering group in the world with experienced sales.

25 to 710 kW 0.2500 710 .000 HP 3000 to 70.800 V High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Industrial Products Synchronous Motors Synchronous Motors Synchronous Generators Synchronous Generators Synchronous Motors Synchronous Generators AMS AMZ AMS AMG Motorformer Powerformer Light 710 . TEAAC ODP. TEAAC ODP.710 800 .000 V 400 to 11.400 404 . TEAAC ODP.500 V 690 to 13.1250 400 . TEAAC ODP.800 V 380 to 11.587 0. WP-II.800 V 690 to 13. WP-I. TEWAC. WP-II.1250 710 . TEWAC. TEWAC.000 kVA 4 to 6 3000 to 15.630 Custom Custom 4000 to 70. WP-I. TEAAC 8 to 40 1000 to 15.500 560 .000 V ODP. WP-II.250 71 .55 to 630 kW 100 to 700 HP 2 to 8 2 to 16 2 to 16 2 to 16 2 to 16 2 to 16 2 to 16 220 to 1000 V 220 to 690 V 220 to 690 V 220 to 690 V 220 to 690 V 220 to 690 V 220 to 1000 V TEFC TEFC Eexd/e Eexe ExnA TEFC TEFC High-Voltage Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors Flameproof Motors Wound Rotor Induction Motors Wound Rotor Induction Motors AMA AMB AMC HXR AMD AMK AML 315 . TEAAC ODP.000 HP 1000 to 70.000 HP 150 to 3000 HP 160 to 4500 kW 160 to 2800 kW 500 to 9600 kW 2 to 12 2 to 24 2 to 24 2 to 12 2 to 12 4 to 12 380 to 11.400 71 .500 560 .000 V 400 to 13. WP-II.560 355 .1120 355 .000 V ODP. WP-I.000 V 4 to 6 4 to 10 4 to 6 4 to 6 3000 to 15.400 71 .400 63 . WP-II.500 V 380 to 11. WP-I.800 V 20 to 150 kV 20 to 150 kV 3 136 . TEWAC.18 to 630 kW 0. WP-I. TEAAC TEFC TEFC ODP. WP-II.000 kVA 500 to 5000 kVA 5000 to 45. WP-I. WP-I. TEAAC ODP.Motors. TEWAC. WP-I. TEAAC 4 to 20 3000 to 13. WP-I. WP-II. WP-II.000 kW 5000 to 55.710 400 .18 to 630 kW 0. TEWAC.18 to 75 kW 0. WP-II.900 200 to 4500 HP 600 to 15. WP-II. TEWAC.400 63 . TEWAC. TEWAC.000 HP 2000 to 26. TEWAC. TEWAC. WP-I.18 to 330 kW 0. and Generators Type Product Frame Size Power Poles Voltage Enclosure Low-Voltage Motors IEC Standard Motors IEC Standard Motors IEC Hazardous Area Motors IEC Hazardous Area Motors IEC Hazardous Area Motors IEC Hazardous Area Motors NEMA Motors Aluminum Motors Cast Iron Motors Flameproof Increased Safety Nonsparking Dust Ignition Proof NEMA Motors 63 . WP-I. WP-II. Machines. TEAAC ODP. TEAAC ODP.

compressors. EPCA. heating and ventilation. petrochemical. and building services. wastewater.Low-Voltage Motors IEC Standard Motors ABB low-voltage IEC motors have the highest motor efficiency available in the market.com. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Totally enclosed. For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. mining. metallurgy. and insulation systems by keeping a low temperature rise. and cast-iron constructions Power Range: 0. food machinery. 137 ABB . construction machinery. These motors have a highly engineered lubrication system maximizing the benefits of high quality bearings and a superior insulation system preventing deterioration from age and aggressive inverter duty. reducing life cycle costs by several times the motor value. machine tools. grease. pulp and paper. High-efficiency motors prolong the service life of bearings. and traction in varied industries such as power plants.abb. New Berlin. automotive. Sourced through ABB Inc. steel.18 to 710 kW Voltage Range: 380 to 690 V Frame Sizes: 63 to 400 Speed: 2 to 12 poles Fulfills EU eff1. marine. and EEV Rigid mounting and minimal vibration Noise levels far below IEC requirements Class-F insulation Exceptional corrosion resistance High overload capacity through generous dimensioning Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Balancing options Encoders/Blowers Hazardous environments Metal fan and cover Modified drain holes Non-standard insulation system Non-standard mounting arrangements Non-standard voltage or frequency Roller bearings Separate cooling fan Space heaters Special shaft extensions Stator winding temperature sensors Terminal box for temperature detectors Testing Plus numerous other variable speed drive options APPLICATIONS Pumps. fan-cooled Aluminum.

gas. performance. and dust ignition-proof motors.18 to 710 kW Voltage Range: 220 to 690 V Frame Sizes: 63 to 400 Speed: 2 to 12 poles Fulfills EU eff1. All standard Ex-motors are suitable for use with variable speed drives. The motors are designed to meet the high demands for efficiency.Motors. and EEV Noise levels far below IEC requirements Exceptional corrosion resistance Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Balancing options Cold or heat resistance grease Encoders/Blowers Hazardous environment variants Metal fan and cover Modified drain holes Non-standard insulation system Non-standard mounting arrangements Non-standard voltage or frequency Separate cooling fan Space heaters Special shaft extensions Stator winding temperature sensors Terminal box for temperature detectors Testing Plus numerous other variable speed drive options APPLICATIONS Motors for hazardous areas must be officially approved by a recognized test organization that is authorized to issue test certificates. New Berlin. Motors are defined and classified according to the potentially explosive atmospheres present at the installation site. to ensure compliance with standards for this type of equipment. and availability required by the oil. fan-cooled Aluminum. and cast-iron constructions Power Range: 0. 3 Industrial Products 138 . Sourced through ABB Inc. Machines. petrol stations. steel. and petrochemical sectors. chemical. and hazardous areas in general industry. non-sparking. and Generators Low-Voltage Motors IEC Hazardous Area Motors ABB low-voltage hazardous area motors are a complete range of explosion-proof motors including flameproof. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Totally enclosed. These motors are ATEX-certified and efficiency levels equivalent to the highest international standards. The motors also perform extremely well in applications in tanker shipping. EPCA. increased safety.

New Berlin. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Totally enclosed. ABB NEMA motors feature higher efficiencies for energy and capital cost savings. food machinery. metallurgy. and seals Non-standard insulation system Non-standard mounting arrangements Non-standard voltage or frequency Separate motor cooling Space heaters Special shaft extensions SPM nipples Stator winding temperature sensors Testing Plus numerous other variable speed drive options APPLICATIONS Pumps. automotive. deep-groove ball bearings Rigid mounting and minimal vibration High efficiency Low noise levels Exceptional corrosion resistance Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification UL and CSA certified Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Auxiliary terminal boxes Balancing options Constant Torque/Inverter Duty Encoders/Blowers Non-standard bearings.abb. wastewater. and NRCan efficiency standards for constant speed motors. compressors. For more information. mining.230/460 V Frame Sizes: 404 to 587 Speed: 2 to 8 poles 1. and unrivaled corrosion protection for a long. and traction in varied industries such as power plants.1. machine tools.15 Service Factor Class-F insulation Class-B temperature rise Single-row. 139 ABB . EPAct.Low-Voltage Motors NEMA Motors All NEMA motors are designed and manufactured to EEMAC and NEMA Standard MG . fan-cooled Cast-iron construction Power Range: 100 to 700 HP Voltage Range: 208 . lowest noise levels helping to protect people and the environment. pulp and paper. Sourced through ABB Inc. and building services. construction machinery. heating and ventilation. durable life. All constant speed motors will comply with NEMA. petrochemical. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. lubrication.com. marine.

The result is a superior generator design. Machines. doubly-fed slip ring generators for semi-variable speed operation. ABB has been manufacturing generators for wind turbines for more than 20 years. Sourced through ABB Inc. steel. and modular constructions Air and water cooling Designed for severe environmental conditions High performance values Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology APPLICATIONS Both stall and pitch regulated wind turbines. standard components are used wherever feasible. taking into account any special needs for slip or other criteria. and Generators Specialty Motor Wind Turbine Generators This is a generator product specifically designed for wind turbine applications. with high electrical performance at both full and partial load. guaranteeing efficient production and fast deliveries. 3 Industrial Products 140 .Motors. full variable speed drives. Although each generator is custom designed. New Berlin.000 V Variable speed options Cast-iron. Electrical performance of the individual generator is optimized in cooperation with the wind turbine manufacturer. our customers can benefit from the experience gained from over 8000 ABB generators installed worldwide. and permanent magnet synchronous generators for offshore applications. Today. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Induction and synchronous Power: 55 to 3000 kW and higher Voltage: Low to 15.

Sourced through ABB Inc. crushers. VDE. For more information. and provide years of uninterrupted operation. and EN Design: Horizontal or vertical. power generation.000 kW at 50 Hz. weather protected. pumps. refiners. and mining.000 HP at 60 Hz Voltage: 380 to 13. equipped with water-to-air or air-to-air heat exchanger. as well as cement and metals. fans. and motors for classified areas. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. IEEE. high efficiency motors. marine. water treatment.800 V Frame sizes: 315 to 1120 Speed: 2 to 24 poles Standards: NEMA. fan-cooled Low noise. pulverizers.com.High-Voltage Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors ABB induction motors are custom-designed. air separation. 141 ABB . open-drip proof. BS.abb. blowers. have a complete range of enclosures and cooling arrangements. conveyors. IEC. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Power: 100 to 22. ship thrusters. ANSI. 150 to 26. maintain an optimal weight to power ratio. variable speed drives. They are built for heavy-duty operation. low vibration Rigid frame Quality stator package and rotor construction Rugged bearing assemblies Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology APPLICATIONS ABB induction motors are widely used within chemical and petrochemical industries. New Berlin. or totally enclosed. generators. and totally enclosed. mills. Typical applications include compressors.

fan-cooled Power: 160 to 4500 kW at 50 and 60 Hz Voltage: 380 to 11. These flameproof motors are designed to withstand the pressure caused by an internal explosion and to prevent flame propagation outside without any damage. AMD motors have been certified by CSA. these motors can be installed in the classified areas corresponding to Class I. BS. As CSA has a mutual agreement with the UL organization. low noise. IEEE. and EN High efficiency. VDE. New Berlin.Motors. and Generators High-Voltage Induction Motors Flameproof Motors ABB flameproof motors are the simplest and safest solution for hazardous environments and are compliant with standards to meet worldwide demand (zone 1 and zone 2). IEC. Machines for constant speed applications and variable speed drives. and long lifetime Quality stator package and rotor construction VPI insulation system Rigid frame Rugged bearing assemblies No purging before starting No pressurization system required No inert gas needed No thermal limitation for “te” time No need for system test in VSD applications Individual certification not required Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology Industrial Products APPLICATIONS Protects electrical equipment against hazardous environments including combustible gas or vapor explosion. Sourced through ABB Inc. IC411. IC511 Standards: NEMA. including ATEX Directive 94/9/EC.000 V Frame sizes: 355 to 710 Speed: 2 to 12 poles Design: Horizontal and vertical Enclosures: IP55. 3 142 . Machines. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Totally enclosed. ANSI. Zone 0 and 2 in compliance with: UL 1004 UL 2279 NFPA 70 CAN/CSA-E79-0-95 CAN/CSA-E79-1-95 C22-1-98 CAN/CSA-C22-2 No 0-M91 CAN/CSA C22-2 No 100-95 ABB flameproof motors are also certified according to EN Standards.

abb. New Berlin. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. totally enclosed or open construction. Rigid frame Quality stator package and rotor construction Rugged bearing assemblies Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Permanent contact brushes suitable for adjustable speed drives Brush-lifting gear for continuous running APPLICATIONS Wound rotor motors are used in applications requiring high starting torque or low starting current and are suitable for starting at weak network.800 V Frame sizes: 400 to 900 Speed: 4 to 20 poles Standards: NEMA. and VDE Design: Horizontal or vertical. BS. For more information.High-Voltage Induction Motors Wound Rotor Induction Motors ABB’s Wound Rotor Induction Motors offer high torque through the entire speed range and are designed to optimize performance. IEC. maximize reliability. and minimize the maintenance with a separate. Adaptable for adjustable speed drives.ANSI. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Power: 160 to 9600 kW at 50 and 60 Hz Voltage: 400 to 13. easy to maintain unit for the slip rings. Sourced through ABB Inc. 143 ABB .com. IEEE.

and other core industries. and mine hoists. pumps. coolers. edgers. marine applications. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Power: 2 to 52 MW at 50 Hz. Sourced through ABB Inc. and variablespeed drive systems for wire blocks. and refiners for chemical oil and gas processing. blowers. coilers. chippers and refiners for the pulp and paper industry. New Berlin. and mills for the metals industry. Machines. fans. mill stand motors. High efficiency and robust construction ensure ABB’s synchronous motors are the rugged and reliable choice for petrochemical. production and transportation. 1000 to 70.Motors. propulsion systems for marine applications. grinders for the mineral industry.000 HP at 60 Hz Voltage: 1 to 15 kV Frame sizes: 710 to 2500 Speed: 4 to 40 poles Standards: NEMA and IEC Design: Brushless or slip ring-type excitation are available as open-ventilated or totally enclosed. power plants. and Generators High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Synchronous Motors Synchronous motors manufactured by ABB are used all over the world in industrial and utility applications. as water-cooled or duct-ventilated design for horizontal mounting High efficiency Quality stator package and rotor construction Rugged bearing assemblies Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology APPLICATIONS Compressors. 3 Industrial Products 144 .

145 ABB .High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Synchronous Generators The ABB range of synchronous generators is an example of how proven technology can continue to be developed. CSA. hydropower turbines. offshore. shaft-driven generators. and how ABB. can contribute to the safe conversion of energy with the highest possible efficiency. IEC. The generators are operational both on offshore platforms and in land-based power plants. ABB’s extensive experience of machines for difficult environments has contributed to the exceptional reliability of generators used in this application. as water-cooled or duct-ventilated design for horizontal mounting Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology APPLICATIONS Generators driven by diesel and gas engines. For more information.000 kVA Voltage: 400 to 15. New Berlin. Sourced through ABB Inc. marine.abb. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Power: 500 to 70. and totally custom projects. gas and steam turbines. land-based.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.000 V Frame sizes: 400 to 1250 Speed: 4 to 10 poles Standards: NEMA. through combining its modern machine technology with its considerable applications expertise. etc. Design: High efficiency with brushless or slip ring-type excitation are available as openventilated or totally enclosed.

It has a good capability to provide reactive power compensation. This gives the system a high overall efficiency.55 MVA Voltage: 20 to 150 kV Frame sizes: Custom built Speed: 4 and 6 poles No need for a transformer lowering investment and energy costs Global ABB Service Network ISO 9001 quality certification ISO 14001 environmental certification Manufactured using the full power of ABB’s Industrial IT® technology APPLICATIONS Motorformer can be selected for most of the motor drives that today use large conventional motors. WI +262-785-3200 STANDARD FEATURES Power: 5 to 45 MW. Powerformer Light is most efficient at high outputs and high voltages.Motors. Highvoltage cable is used as the stator winding instead of the rigid copper winding coils to be found in large conventional machines. These systems can supply reactive power. New Berlin. 3 Industrial Products 146 . The benefit of the new concept is that the motor can then be connected directly to a considerably higher voltage without the need for a step-down transformer between the distribution network and the motor. Machines. These solutions combine conventional AC technology with the new high-voltage cable technology. The product is still built with components that have been carefully developed and proven over many years for ABB’s conventional synchronous machines. Sourced through ABB Inc. It is also well suited for the combination of motor drive and reactive power compensation on the distribution network. which benefits both the customer and the power supplier. and Generators High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Motorformer™/Powerformer Light™ Motorformer and Powerformer Light are the world’s first high-voltage. Powerformer Light can be used to generate electricity directly on the distribution network. 5 . cable-wound AC machines. Power utilities and industrial companies which install generators to supply electricity to the network as well as consultants building plants which package turbines and generators will all benefit from this solution.

you need a solution that fits your application and can be installed with minimum disruption to your process.2 2. ABB is the world’s leading supplier of ac and DC drive products and systems for use in industrial. Variable speed drives are especially environmentally friendly because of the considerable energy savings they bring about in pump and fan applications. improving the manageability. efficiency.Drives When looking for a standard drive.com.7 — 4476 For more information.12 — 2. and energy economy of processes. 147 ABB . ABB manufactures both low-voltage and medium-voltage AC drives.abb.7 — 448 3. ABB focuses strongly on the continuous future development of low-voltage and medium-voltage AC drives. commercial.2 — 37 3 — 4700 3. The manufacturing of the products also has a very low impact on the environment: The life cycle of the products is long. and residential applications. SELECTION GUIDE Product ACS 100 ACS 140 ACS 400 ACS 600 DCS 400 DCS 500B VAC 200 — 240 200 — 240 380 — 480 200 — 480 230 — 690 — — VDC — — — — 220 — 500 220 — 1000 kW .12 — 2. You need a company with the resources to support your drive application throughout its lifetime. You need a wide choice of drives from a single source.2 . the material is recyclable or reusable. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

Processing Lines. Traverse. Embossing. Compressors Plastic and Rubber Industry Mixers. Fans. Dredgers. Cranes Mining and Mineral Processing Conveyors. Conveyors. Sourced through ABB Inc. Bottling tables Marine Applications Material Handling Conveyors. Extruders. Dryers. Processing lines Overhead Cranes (strikethrough and harbors) Food and Beverage Mixers. These drives can handle the most demanding applications in an efficient. Winders. Conveyors. Cranes Metal Industry Roller Tables. dependable.Drives Low-Voltage AC Drives ACS 100 and ACS 140 The ACS 100 and ACS 140 family of drives combines a sophisticated microprocessor with an advanced IGBT power switching technology to deliver the highest performance of AC motors. Pumps. Debarking. Screws. Extruders. Slitting. WI +800-752-0696 STANDARD FEATURES Reduced heatsink and heatsinkless versions Over. Conveyors. Kilns. Pumps. Kilns.485 module Dynamic braking module SPECIFICATIONS 1⁄ 6 to 3 HP. Centrifuges. Mixers.Textile Machines Water Treatment Pumps. New Berlin. 240 or 480 VAC Class 3 148 . and economic manner. Centrifuges.Washers Textile Industry Mixers. Conveyors Printing Machinery. Mixers Chemical Industry Pumps. Plywood Lines OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Industrial Products RFI filters DriveWindow Light software (ACS 140) RS232 . Chillers Cement Industry Fans. Ovens. Hoists.and under-voltage controls (ACS 140) Built-in PID (ACS 140) Fault history records Flexible multi-programmable I/O Slip compensation (ACS 140) Virtually silent operation with 16 kHz carrier frequency Maximum frequency is now 300 Hz Operator panel capable of upload and download as well as remote mounting APPLICATIONS Air Handling and Conditioning Fans. Fans. Conveyors Wood Handling Sawmills. Compressors. Fans. Processing Lines Power Plant Pumps. Pumps. Its extensive library of preprogrammed application macros maximizes convenience and minimizes start-up time. Debarking Lines. Lathes. Calenders Pulp and Paper Industry Sectional Drives. Crushers Oil and Gas Industry Fans. Compressors. Unwinders.

149 ABB . Kilns. Sourced through ABB Inc. Calenders Pulp and Paper Industry Sectional Drives. Plywood Lines OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Dynamic braking RFI filters DriveWindow Software DDCS fiber optic link Fieldbus Adaptor Modules: DeviceNet.Washers Textile Industry Mixers. Kilns. Positioning and other Overhead Cranes Metal Industry Roller Tables. and CE approved APPLICATIONS Air Handling and Conditioning Fans. Fans. Fans. Pumps. Cranes Mining and Mineral Processing Conveyors. MODBUS. Processing Lines. dependable. and economic manner. Compressors. Screws. Dredgers. Dryers. Embossing. versatile software Numerous fieldbus modules for serial communications Universal alphanumeric interface that “speaks” in plain English phrases. New Berlin. Interbus-S. Lathes.abb. Winders.com. Conveyors Wood Handling Sawmills. Processing Lines Overhead Cranes (strikethrough and harbors) Food and Beverage Mixers. Mixers Chemical Industry Pumps. Slitting. Compressors Plastic and Rubber Industry Mixers. Traverse. Extruders. Profibus SPECIFICATIONS 3 to 50 HP. Centrifuges. Conveyors. Pumps. three-phase. Unwinders. Pumps. Chillers Cement Industry Fans.Low-Voltage AC Drives ACS 400 The ACS 400 drive combines a sophisticated microprocessor with an advanced IGBT power switching technology to deliver the highest performance control of AC motors. 200 to 480 VAC For more information. Debarking. Hoists. This drive can handle the most demanding industrial applications in an efficient. Extruders. greatly simplifying set-up. Bottling Tables Marine Applications Material Handling Conveyors. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Ovens. Trolleys. and fault diagnosis. Debarking Lines. An extensive library of pre-programmed application macros UL. Conveyors. Conveyors. operation. Mixers. WI +800-752-0696 STANDARD FEATURES Standard. Processing Lines Power Plant Pumps.Textile Machines Water Treatment Pumps. MODBUS Plus. Fans. Centrifuges. Its extensive library of pre-programmed application macros maximizes convenience and minimizes start-up time. Conveyors Printing Machinery. Crushers Oil and Gas Industry Fans. Compressors. CUL.

Ovens. Conveyors. Embossing. Lathes. Compressors Plastic and Rubber Industry Mixers. Pumps. Dryers. WI +800-752-0696 APPLICATIONS Air Handling and Conditioning Fans. Textile Machines Water Treatment Pumps. Conveyors Wood Handling Sawmills. Kilns. there is no restart delay. Slitting.Drives Low-Voltage AC Drives ACS 600 ACS 600 drives achieve the ultimate in AC motor control performance through the many benefits of applying Direct Torque Control (DTC) technology. Mixers. three-phase. Compressors. Conveyors. Fans. Unwinders. Traverse. Processing Lines. Dredgers. Conveyors Printing Machinery. Winders. Debarking. Sourced through ABB Inc. Pumps. Calenders Pulp and Paper Industry Sectional Drives. Screws. Positioning and other Overhead Cranes Metal Industry Roller Tables. Bottling Tables Marine Applications Material Handling Conveyors. Kilns. 200 to 690 VAC 3 150 . Crushers Oil and Gas Industry Fans. Plywood Lines STANDARD FEATURES Motor starting torque up to 200% with heavy duty rating Accurate open-loop torque control Torque step rise time typically less than 5 ms Speed regulation typically 0. Starting torque up to 200% of nominal torque guarantees reliable starting even under the heaviest loads. Trolleys. Pumps. Processing Lines Power Plant Pumps. Extruders. New Berlin. Centrifuges.Washers Textile Industry Mixers. Compressors. Extruders. Debarking Lines. Mixers Chemical Industry Pumps. The automatic start feature outperforms flying start and ramp start features typically found in other AC drives and. Processing Lines Overhead Cranes (strikethrough and harbors) Food and Beverage Mixers. Fans. Conveyors.5% of nominal speed without encoder feedback Industrial Products SPECIFICATIONS 3 to 4000 HP. Centrifuges. In many cases. Hoists.1% to 0. DTC’s precise speed and torque control of standard squirrel cage motors eliminates the cost and labor associated with installing a pulse encoder. Cranes Mining and Mineral Processing Conveyors. Fans. A wide range of power options for stepless speed control from 3 to 4000 HP means that there is always a version to exactly match your needs. Chillers Cement Industry Fans. thanks to DTC.

Debarking. Embossing. Fans. Modern Technology Modern production techniques. Cranes Metal Industry Roller tables. simplifies handling of the drive and reduces your commissioning time. Mixers Chemical Industry Pumps. and EMF regulator External torque limitation Automatic field weakening Remote/Local control logic Automatic phase sequence detection Motor overload protection Configuration macros Jog function OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Interface to Programmable Controllers and Automation Systems SPECIFICATIONS 20 to 1000 A. Smallest Drive in its Class The DCS 400’s compact design brings substantial savings to machine builders. Conveyors. Simple Operation A commissioning wizard. WI +800-752-0696 APPLICATIONS Cement Industry Fans. Centrifuges. Conveyors. Platform Leveling. ensure consistent reliability. Slitting. Extruders. Rope Tows Textile Industry Mixers. Screws. Lathes. Ovens.abb. Hoists. Unwinders. 230 to 500 V For more information. Plywood Lines STANDARD FEATURES Autotuning for Armature. Sourced through ABB Inc. Processing Lines Overhead Cranes (strikethrough and harbors) Food and Beverage Mixers. Processing Lines. Dredgers.Low-Voltage DC Drives DCS 400 ABB’s DCS 400 combines the important features for modern DC drive applications. Mixers. Drilling Rigs Plastic and Rubber Industry Mixers. allowing them to integrate more accessories within the same space. Calenders Pulp and Paper Industry Sectional Drives. New Berlin. Conveyors. Debarking Lines. Positioning. Winders. Pre-programmed application macros guarantee correct engineering and fast commissioning. Extruders. 151 ABB .Washers Ski Industry: Fixed Grip Lifts. Dryers. Field. Bottling Tables Machine Tool. Lathes Marine Applications Material Handling Conveyors. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Kilns. accessed using either the control panel or a PC with DriveWindow Light software. Textile Machines Wood Handling Sawmills. Kilns. Crushers Oil and Gas Industry Mud Pumps. CNC. Centrifuges. combined with high quality components. Cranes Mining and Mineral Processing Conveyors. and Speed controller Patented integrated field supply includes fuses and choke Two adjustable ramp generators Speed feedback via tach. Fans. encoder.com. Conveyors Printing Machinery. Fans. Pumps. Processing Lines Power Plant Pumps.

Advanced Control Panel operation and easy Application Block Programming make the drive flexible and user friendly. Dredgers. Unwinders. Embossing. Tachometer. Processing Lines Power Plant Pumps. Conveyors. Fans. Debarking. Positioning. CNC. Drive applications can easily be changed with programmable function blocks. Fans. Lathes. Pumps. Winders. Hoists. Kilns. Sourced through ABB Inc. Processing Lines. Plywood Lines STANDARD FEATURES Autotuning for Armature and Field Current Two Adjustable Ramp Generators EMF. Changes can easily be made via the Control Panel. Advanced Technology The DCS 500B takes advantage of ABB’s extensive experience in DC drives. Extruders. 230 to 1000 V 3 152 . Calenders Pulp and Paper Industry Sectional Drives. Mixers. Kilns. Application programs allow the drive to be configured without additional hardware. Screws. Slitting. Cranes Metal Industry Roller Tables. Bottling Tables Machine Tool. Processing Lines Overhead Cranes (strikethrough and harbors) Food and Beverage Mixers. Centrifuges. Ovens. Crushers Oil and Gas Industry Mud Pumps. Platform Leveling. Mill Stands Mining and Mineral Processing Conveyors. Drilling Rigs Plastic and Rubber Industry Mixers.300 A. Trams Textile Industry Mixers. Conveyors. New Berlin. Mixers Chemical Industry Pumps. Centrifuges. Lathes Marine Applications Material Handling Conveyors.Drives Low-Voltage DC Drives DCS 500B ABB’s DCS 500B Digital Drive is designed to be used in both simple and complex applications. Dryers. Conveyors. Flexible Operation The DCS 500B can be controlled and monitored from either a PC-based Commissioning and Maintenance Tool or from a Control Panel that can be moved from one drive to another. Gondolas. High quality components together with the latest production technology guarantee reliable operation and customer satisfaction. or Encoder Feedback Application Function Block Programming Adjustable Torque Limitation Torque Window Control Brake Control Removable Control Panel External Digital Field Supply Industrial Products OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Interface to Programmable Controllers and Automation Systems SPECIFICATIONS 25 to 10. Extruders. WI +800-752-0696 APPLICATIONS Cement Industry Fans.Textile Machines Wood Handling Sawmills. Conveyors Printing Machinery.Washers Ski Industry: Detachable Chair Lifts. Fans. Cranes.The DCS500B offers performance with flexibility for industrial applications. Debarking Lines.

manual motor protectors. For more information. pilot devices. limit switches. Reliability and performance are built into every piece of equipment to ensure complete satisfaction. ABB’s comprehensive family of industrial controls includes contactors. year after year.Industrial Controls With the new A-series contactors and overload relays. relays. we offer a whole new low-voltage control products program with a complete new image. miniature control. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. together with extended programs of pilot devices. Although the range of ABB products ranks among the most extensive on the market. even in the most demanding applications. and most other international approval standards.com. 153 ABB . Products meet or exceed UL. transformers. starters. sensors. softstarters. starters.abb. manual motor starters. new products are constantly being added to fulfill developing needs. cam switches. IEC. and cable management systems. and sensors. CSA. overload relays.

2 No. IEC. auxiliary contacts are standard. File No. File No.B30). 14 • Includes NEMA sizes 4 — 7 • CE mark • 1 N.A110). File No. and 1 N. and up to 6 additional auxiliary contacts may be added to provide a total of 8 (4 N.C. • dc ratings and dc control operation available • Fast.AE75). E79416 (A95 .A75).VDE. • Terminals supplied open for ease of wiring • Operated over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • UL Listed.). File No. LR19700 Industrial Products APPLICATIONS A-Line contactors are mainly used for controlling three-phase motors and also for controlling power circuits corresponding to their operating characteristics up to 690 and even 1000 VAC and 600 VDC.O. Wichita Falls.AF750) • CSA approved for elevator service A145 .AF750) • CSA Approved. File No.AE110).AF750 • Maximum UL/CSA horsepower ratings according to UL 508 and CSA 22. (BC9 .AF75) • UL Listed. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES A9 .Industrial Controls Contactors Across the Line Sourced through ABB Inc. and 4 N. space-saving design • Standard auxiliary contact blocks are available. (AF145 . (AF50 . and most other international standards • Touch-safe design: All connection terminals are protected against accidental touch. (AE95 .A75). E39231 (A9 .VDE. front-mounted accessories include a mechanical latch. UL.AE75).BC30). LR56745 (A9 . SPECIFICATIONS Voltage range: 200 — 1000 V Current range: 9 — 900 A 3 154 .AF75) • CSA Approved. LR19700 (A95 . 14 • Includes NEMA sizes 00 — 3 • CE mark • Compact. • Easy coil change • Captive terminal screws • NEMA. File No.2 No. pneumatic timer. CSA. • dc ratings and dc control operation available • Easy maintenance of main contacts and coil inspection • Can be mounted in any position • Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • NEMA. and 1. (AE9 . and most other international standards • UL Listed. (AE95 . (AF145 .A110 • Maximum UL/CSA horsepower ratings according to UL 508 and CSA 22. snap-on DIN rail mountings • Double-break contact design • Snap-on. UL. (AF50 .O. IEC.C.AE110). (B9 . CSA.A110).and 4-pole auxiliary contact blocks. (AE9 . E79416 • CSA Approved.

) and 3-pole (2 N.C. EHDB contacts are provided. and 1 N. 280. front-mounted accessories • UL and CSA approved Type EHDB • 130 A to 960 A • 2-pole (2 N.) power poles available • 600 VDC making capacity.) and 3-pole (2 N.C. snap-on DIN rail mounting • Double-break contact design • Captive terminal screws • Touch-safe design: All connection terminals are protected against accidental touch. 30. • Early make and late break auxiliary contacts available • Auxiliary contacts available to meet EN 81 standards • EHDB 220.C. The N. • Terminals supplied open for ease of wiring • Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • N. E79416 • CSA Approved.C. Wichita Falls.O. and 360 contactors have withdrawable coils • Mechanically interlocked contactors available for reversing applications • Double-break contact design with magnetic arc chamber extinguishes arc in the shortest possible time.abb.O. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. File No. and 60 A in three sizes • 500 V dc ratings • 160 and 300 V dc normal closed ratings for dynamic braking • Low energy auxiliary contacts available (17 V. SPECIFICATIONS 600 V normal open rating with 300 V normal closed dynamic breaking rating Current range: 15 — 960 A For more information.O. auxiliary contacts are standard. LR19700 APPLICATIONS EHDB drive contactors are specifically designed for use with solid-state.O.O. and 1 N. adjustable-speed drive systems. 155 ABB . • High temperature encapsulated coil • Easy removal of arc chute for quick inspection and change of contacts • Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • DC control operation available • UL Listed.) available • Additional auxiliary contact blocks available • Fast.C. TX +940-397-7000 • 1 N. compact design • 2-pole (2 N. dynamic braking pole is easily added to toe pole contactors. and up to six additional auxiliary contacts may be added to provide a total of 8 (4 N.com. and 1 N. less terminal lugs. the contactor is not required to make or break the load during normal operation.C. In drive applications. and 4 N.O. 300 VDC breaking capacity Sourced through ABB Inc. File No.Contactors Drive FEATURES Type BHD • 15. DC. 5 mA) • Mechanically interlocked version available for reversing applications • Small.). contact is used for dynamic braking applications. • Screwdriver guide holes • Snap-on.

O.O. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS ABB welding isolation contactors are suited for the rugged demands set forth by the automotive industry and are specifically designed for use in highcurrent welding applications. auxiliary contacts are standard.C. File No. and 1 N. and 4 N. Wichita Falls.Industrial Controls Contactors Welding Isolation FEATURES Includes sizes: W3 thru W6 in 3-pole configurations W4 thru W5 in 2-pole configurations Unique contact design assures reliable and safe operation during high-current welding cycles. Easy front removal of arc chute for quick inspection and change of contacts Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage UL Listed. ABB is the leading contactor supplier for automotive welding applications. LR19700 AW welding isolation contactors can save substantial space compared with other conventional contactors. Sourced through ABB Inc. and up to 6 additional auxiliary contacts may be added to provide a total of 8 (4 N. 1 N. File No. SPECIFICATIONS Current range: 140 — 600 A 3 Industrial Products 156 .C.). E79416 CSA Approved.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. Type IOR • ac switching up to 1200 V. Type IOR . TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS Bar-mounted contactors are largely used in the iron and steel industry for traction (rolling stock). and N.CC Specific construction available as standard: • Contactors with N.O. 157 ABB ./N. main poles.Contactors Bar FEATURES Variable number and type of main poles (N.C.C.MT • dc switching up to 440 V. Wichita Falls. Type IOR . and hoisting equipment for applications from 63 A to 5000 A. electrolysis.com.O. For more information. Type IOR • dc switching up to 750 V. with or without overlapping • Contactors with magnetic latch or mechanical latch Sourced through ABB Inc.) Large number and type of auxiliary contacts Extremely versatile and easily accessible for maintenance Main poles maximum operating voltage: • ac switching up to 500 V.

) contact Ambient compensation: -25ºC to +55ºC (-13ºF to +131ºF) Manual test Manual or automatic reset Factory calibrated and tested Wide adjustment range Sourced through ABB Inc.Industrial Controls Overload Relays Thermal FEATURES Available for starter construction with A-Line contactors and separate panel mounting Designed for close couple mounting Separate base mounting available for all overload relays Class 10 adjustable overload relays are standard with all ABB Line Starters. Reset can also be adjusted to function as a stop button. Screwdriver guide holes All terminal screws are available from the front UL Listed. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS TA thermal overload relays are used with A-Line contactors for the protection of motors having a nominal voltage of up to 600 VAC max per UL/CSA (690 VAC and 800 VDC per IEC). Wichita Falls.O. File No. File No. LR98336 Trip indication Remote trip and reset option available Single-phase and phase unbalance protection Isolated alarm circuit (N. E48139 CSA Approved.16 — 310 A 3 Industrial Products 158 . SPECIFICATIONS Current range: 0.

E48139 CSA Approved. 159 ABB . Single-phase and phase unbalance protection Isolated alarm circuit (N. LR98336 Sourced through ABB Inc. 20.com. and 30 factory selectable E200DU .9 A and 65 — 800 A Tripping classes: 10. 30 For more information.) contact Ambient compensation: -25ºC to +70ºC (-13ºF to +158ºF) Manual test Manual or automatic reset Factory calibrated and tested Wide adjustment range UL Listed.Overload Relays Electronic FEATURES Available for starter construction with A-Line contactors and separate panel mounting Designed for close couple mounting Separate base mounting available for all overload relays E16DU Class 10. Wichita Falls. File No. File No. SPECIFICATIONS Current range: 0.O. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS Electronic overload relays are used with A-Line contactors for the protection of motors having a nominal voltage of up to 600 VAC max per UL/CSA (690 VAC per IEC). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.E800DU Class 10. 20. 20. and 30 field selectable All terminal screws are available from the front.abb.16 — 18.

pneumatic timer.A750 1 N. and 12 (plastic) • IP 65 plastic A9 . TX +940-397-7000 • NEMA 4 (water-tight) • NEMA 1.A750 have selectable Class 10. Groups E. 20. and 30 adjustable electronic overload relay protection as standard. • Electronic overload relay protection is available for other starter sizes.A110) • Double-break contact design • Snap-on. Industrial Products SPECIFICATIONS Voltage range: 200 — 600 V Current range: 9 — 720 A 3 160 .and side-mounted accessories include mechanical latch. and G. • Additional auxiliary contact blocks are available • dc ratings and dc control operation available • Fast. CSA. front.C.Industrial Controls Starters Across the Line FEATURES A9 . 3R. snap-on DIN rail mountings (A9 .A40 1 N. 4X Overload Relay Protection • All starters A9 . space-saving design • Standard auxiliary contact configurations: A9 .O.O A50 . UL. 4X. F. and 1 N. and 1.A16 starters • NEMA 7 and 9 Class I. Wichita Falls. Div 1 and 2 Class III.A750 • Maximum UL/CSA horsepower ratings • NEMA sizes 00 — 7 available • Compact. • Easy coil change • Captive terminal screws • NEMA. and most other international standards • Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • Screwdriver guide holes Enclosure Types • NEMA 1 (indoor metal) • NEMA 3R (outdoor metal) • NEMA 12 (metal dust-tight) • NEMA 4X (stainless steel) Manufactured at ABB Inc. Group D. • All starters A210 .A185 have Class 10 adjustable thermal bimetallic overload relay protection as standard.and 4-pole auxiliary contact blocks (A9 .A110). 4. Div 1 and 2 Class II.

20. space-saving design Standard auxiliary contact configurations: A9 . These overload relays include three self-contained heater elements.A750 1 N.A40 1 N. and single-phase protection. or 30 adjustable electronic overloads as standard. alarm circuit. TX +940-397-7000 Overload Relay Protection All starters A9 .O.Starters Combination FEATURES Maximum UL/CSA horsepower ratings Available with ABB non-fusible or fusible disconnect switches and MCP or thermal magnetic or electronic trip-type circuit breakers Compact. Double-break contact design Lowest possible contact bounce Early make and late-break auxiliary contacts available Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage UL listed Manufactured at ABB Inc. All starters A210 . A50 .C.A185 have Class 10 adjustable thermal overload relay protection as standard. and 1 N. Wichita Falls.abb. auxiliary contact.A750 have selectable Class 10. 161 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.O. ambient compensation.com. Available in NEMA sizes 00 — 7 SPECIFICATIONS Voltage range: 200 — 600 V Current range: 9 — 720 A For more information.

) contact Ambient compensation from –20ºC to +65ºC Manual test Manual or automatic reset Factory calibrated and tested Self-contained heater coils—no field installation is necessary (included in price) Wide adjustment range Manufactured at ABB Inc. 20.O.Industrial Controls Starters Reduced Voltage FEATURES Compact.A750 Maximum UL horsepower ratings Mechanically interlocking as standard for wye-delta and autotransformer starters Incomplete sequence timer as standard for wye-delta and autotransformer starters Remote customer connection point at separate terminal blocks Double-break contact design with magnetic arc chamber extinguishes arc in the shortest possible time. or 30 Single-phase and phase unbalance protection Isolated alarm circuit (N. TX +940-397-7000 SPECIFICATIONS Voltage range: 200 — 600 V Current range: 9 — 720 A 3 Industrial Products 162 . space-saving design 8 starter frames sizes A16 . Wichita Falls. NEMA sizes 00 — 7 Class 10 adjustable bimetallic overload relays as standard or electronic Class 10.

is designed to integrate an ABB manual motor starter.abb. Starters can be easily made with protection against overloads and short circuits (Type I or Type II coordination). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Wichita Falls. including a built-in A-Line contactor. The advantages are as follows: Simple installation • DLA starters mount onto 35 x 15 mm exclusively. 163 ABB .com.Starters DLA and WLA DLA Starters The construction of DLA starters is based on ABB A-Line contactors. Manufactured at ABB Inc. The technical characteristics of these devices are identical to A-Line contactors. The mounting plate. type MS325. DIN rail (EN 50022) • Direct mounting of manual motor starter MS325 • Contactor coil terminals accessible on lower side High performance is a result of the combination of the MS325 manual motor starter with high breaking capacity and the new A-Line contactor ensuring high electrical durability. TX +940-397-7000 WLA Starters Same as for DLA starters except for reversing applications. For more information.

TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS B6 and BC6 miniature contactors can be used for small motors up to 1 HP.8 — 9. 460 V. and solder connections. Machines. LR98336 3 164 . B7 and BC7 miniature contactors can be used for small motors up to 5 HP. Wichita Falls.VDE. Mechanically Interlocked Contactors Compact. Interface Contactors Interface mini-contactors are normally used to establish an isolation between the electronic part and the process in large automation systems. Slotted Pozidrive terminal screws Screwdriver guided holes Self-lifting cable clamps Panel or DIN rail mounting Terminals supplied in the open position Electrically noiseless operation Snap-on accessories UL Listed. File No. Low-power consumption coils Touch-safe design: All screw connection terminals are protected against accidental touch. etc. E149922 CSA Approved.6 A Industrial Products Overload Relays 14 setting ranges from 0. mechanically interlocked contactors are available. heating systems. File No. File No. LR15332 IEC. building automation systems. 460 V. and most international standards ABB Inc. wire pins for PC board mounting. overhead door applications. Can be used for reversing applications SPECIFICATIONS Control Relays ac and dc operated Voltage range: 200 — 600 VAC Current range: 6. E39231 CSA Approved. electrical appliances.Industrial Controls Sourced through Miniature Controls FEATURES General Wiring terminations available include plug-on connectors.O. auxiliary contact block accessory available UL Listed.10 to 12 A Manual or automatic reset Phase failure compensation Ambient temperature compensation Stop and test button functions 1 N. File No. B6 and B7 miniature contactors are designed to be directly connected to a PLC transistor output.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.1 to 100 A Up to 30 kA or 85 kA with no back-up fuse required 35 mm. snap-on mounting Terminals supplied in the open position High vibration resistance Compact size Wide range of accessories Easy field wiring for single-phase applications Internal magnetic trips Screwdriver guide holes Finger-safe design: All connection terminals are protected against accidental touch. CSA. DIN rail. and adjustable overload protection to meet the NEC requirements for motor loads. and IEC international standards Modular design APPLICATIONS Motor control and protection • Compressors • Fans • Blowers • Conveyors • Machines • Refrigerators OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Auxiliary contact block Undervoltage trip Three-phase connecting bus bars Through-the-door operator Shunt trip Contactor mounting adapters SPECIFICATIONS 27 setting ranges from 0. ABB Inc. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Suitable for use with three-phase motors up to100 FLA UL listed and CSA approved for group motor installation with fuses and breakers 27 setting ranges from 0. -20°C to +45°C enclosed) Enclosures with the following accessories: • Padlock attachment • Pilot light Meets UL.Sourced through Manual Motor Protectors Manual motor starters provide a disconnecting means.com. Adjustable ambient compensated Class 10 overload relay (-20°C to +55°C open.VDE.abb.1 to 100 A 600 V ac Up to 30 kA or 85 kA with no back-up fuse required For more information. Wichita Falls. 165 ABB . short circuit protection.

Low-Voltage ABB low-voltage softstarters now cover the whole range from 3 A to 1250 A. and optional current limit for starting and deceleration time for stopping. E161428 APPLICATIONS Pumps. The total solid-state solution—with no moving contacts in the power circuit—is an attractive solution for applications with many starts per hour. 400. compact form. 500. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Compact line PSS03 to PSS25 softstarters are a very compact solution for starting small motors with rated current from 3 to 25 A. Adjustable parameters include acceleration time and initial voltage for starting and deceleration time for stopping. E161428 3 Industrial Products 166 .Industrial Controls Softstarters Type PSS. fans. The built-in bypass contacts allow you to build space-saving. They are suitable for 230. initial voltage. Rated motor currents are covered from 18 A to 300 A when connected in line like a traditional full voltage starter. In addition. File No. Class 10 overload protection is standard for Type PSS enclosed softstarters. The new PSS line brings a wide array of benefits for smaller motors in a flexible. Adjustable parameters include acceleration time. compact designs. Wichita Falls. and conveyors Flexible line PSS18/30 to PSS300/515 softstarters provide a flexible solution for motor starting. compressors. UL Listed. This flexibility makes it easier than ever before to replace wye-delta starters. File No. covering motors up to 515 A. like a wye-delta starter. these units cover a control voltage range of 24 — 110 VAC/dc and 100 V — 480 VAC. UL Listed. Sourced through ABB Inc. and 600 V and designed for DIN rail mounting. These units can also be wired inside the motor-delta.

167 ABB . The SSD model offers a wide range of features that only a microprocessor-based design can provide. Low-Voltage Type SA and SSD softstarters are designed for starting pumps. Wichita Falls. etc. conveyor belts.Softstarters Type SSD. • UL and cUL approved • UL Listed. reduced-voltage starter with a compact design that features a voltage/current ramp with an antioscillation circuit for smooth load acceleration. compressors. • Dynamic thermal register • True thermal modeling with retentive thermal memory • Two programmable acceleration ramps • Kick start • Jog • Electronic shear pin. For more information. E161428 Type SSD Softstarters The SSD softstarter is a digitally programmable starter with a simple. conveyor belts. load loss trip. APPLICATIONS Type SA and SSD softstarters are designed for starting pumps. • Class 10 overload protection is standard for Type SA enclosed softstarters. current ramp • Two electronic overload settings: One for acceleration and one for full speed. Sourced through ABB Inc.com. intuitive keypad operator. backspin timer. compressors. • Soft start • Selectable soft stop • LED indicators • Run relay • Enclosed units include a control power transformer as standard. etc. In addition to the features of the SA.abb. Each setting is programmable from Class 5 to Class 30. File No. voltage ramp with current limit. and starts-per-hour lockout • Trip fault codes • Fault history • Real-time clock • LED indicators (in addition to those listed for Type SA softstarters) • Relay contacts • Metering • MODBUS RTU via RS485 signal (requires optional RS485 adapter) • Enclosed units include a control power transformer as standard. current-limit ramp. solid-state. Type SSD softstarters are rated up to 1125 HP at 600 V. the SSD offers the following: • Four selectable ramps: voltage ramp. The SA and SSD softstarters are sized to withstand starting currents of 500% for a full 60 seconds (compared with 350 — 500% for 30 seconds from most other manufacturers). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Type SA Softstarters The SA softstarter is an analog.

and two speed APPLICATIONS Pumps. Wichita Falls. Medium-Voltage Ratings up to 15. hard-firing gate pulse • Isolated. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Heavy duty SCR power assemblies • Rated for 500 percent overload for 60 seconds. pF) • Monitors 18 separate parameters and maintains a nonvolatile fault memory (up to 60 events) • Real-time clock Key construction features • Fused disconnect switch with blown fuse indicators and door safety interlocks rated for load-break/fault make with automatic grounding arm • In-line isolation vacuum contactor sized for across-the-line motor starting (optional on “soft start only” models) • Two electronic overload settings: One for acceleration and one for full speed. wound rotor. gate-firing circuit using “ring transformer” isolation design for superior noise immunity Industrial “real world” packaging • Class E-2 controller • Load-break/fault make disconnect switch with door safety interlocking mechanism • Isolated. 3 168 . • Mechanically interlocked medium-voltage compartment Industrial Products OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Custom engineered systems • Available in special enclosures and lineups • Numerous control component options including: – Reversing contactors – Motor protection relays – Customer specified devices • Horizontal and custom bus interconnects • Various motor configurations. low-voltage compartment provides maximum protection for operating personnel. • 120 V fused control power transformer standard in-line start section (optional on “soft start only” models) • Digital controller provides solid-state overload and numerous protective features for both the motor and the softstarter. Each setting is programmable from Class 5 to Class 30. compressors. conveyor belts. 125 percent continuous • Field-proven design in use since 1975 • Fiber optics. noise-immune. including dual ramp and S-curve software • LCD status/alarm display and built-in programming keypad • Serial communications port standard: RS485 with Modbus RTU protocol or RS232 with Windows interface • In-depth motor and system protection monitors • True thermal modeling with retentive thermal memory • Power measurements (kW. kvar. including synchronous. low-voltage control compartment • NEMA 12 enclosure with bypass vacuum contactor included as standard • Extra wiring space for MV cables for easy installation Digital microprocessor control • Full featured for flexibility. etc. kWh. • Programmable keypad with LCD and status LEDs for easy setup and operation • Bypass vacuum contactor standard on all models to guarantee cool operation in all environments and extend unit life • Heavy duty SCR stack assemblies with ring transformer isolated circuit for reliable.000 HP at 14 kV Sourced through ABB Inc.Industrial Controls Softstarters Type SSM.

E169883 APPLICATIONS Wood products industries Aggregate/mining Conveyors Food processing Machine tools For more information.abb.Softstarters Power Electronic Brakes Electronic braking stops the load by injecting a controlled amount of DC current into a threephase AC motor. Any fault indication automatically enables the mechanical brake for fail-safe operation. eliminating excess braking current. UL Listed. File No. no excess current.com. the PEB Series is a current-regulated brake. which can be adjusted to stop your load quickly. 169 ABB . reliable operation every time you stop your motor. The PEB Series has been designed and tested to meet the most stringent industry standards: UL and cUL. DC current is only applied when system setup is complete. The PEB Series has a built-in feature to control a mechanical holding brake. and reliably. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Sourced through ABB Inc. repeatedly. even if load conditions change. Built-in jogging circuitry allows you to select the time you need for machine setup and positioning without applying DC current to the motor windings. which means longer motor life. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES An exceptionally accurate method of microprocessor-controlled sensing determines when the motor shaft has come to a stop. The Power Electronic Brake (PEB) Series features full-wave DC braking. no excess heating. Braking current is removed when the motor stops. It automatically adjusts for resistance changes in the motor windings due to any input voltage fluctuations.What does this mean? Repeatable. Wichita Falls. Unlike other brakes that only provide voltage control. and no premature motor failure.

O. TX +940-397-7000 3 Industrial Products 170 .and 4 -pole auxiliary contact blocks • Captive terminal screws • Terminals supplied open for ease of wiring UL Listed.1990 ANSI B11. contacts will not close before any N. front-mounted accessories include mechanical latch. and N. Type N Relays • 4 -pole or 8 -pole • ac operated over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • Snap-on.C.C.20 . if one of the contacts weld due to abnormal conditions in the control circuit. Wichita Falls.1991 Germany SüVA ZH1/457 France INRS United Kingdom BIA Switzerland SA The ABB Type N and KC 4. and 1. Therefore. contacts. Regulations and standards have been written to ensure that safety is maintained: United States ANSI B11. contact opens.Industrial Controls Relays Control There are many applications where safety is very critical. front-mounted accessories include mechanical latch. The relays can provide “mechanically linked” N. and 1. the other contacts will also remain in the same position as when the welding occurred.and 4 -pole auxiliary contact blocks • Captive terminal screws • Terminals supplied open for ease of wiring Type KC Relays • 4 -pole or 8 -pole • DC operated over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage • Snap-on.19 . and it is important to use electrical equipment that ensures dangerous machine movement cannot occur when a fault is detected with the moving contacts during the cycle in which the fault is indicated.O. File No. E39231 (N and KC) Sourced through ABB Inc.and 8-pole relays are designed to meet requirements where “Positive Guided” contacts are required. pneumatic timer. which assure that the N. pneumatic timer.

30. Fifteen switchable time ranges can each be set in seconds. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES C58 timing relays have a high 230 VAC/VDC switching capacity within the permissible operating range of -25°C to +60°C (-13°F to +140°F). All functions are clearly and unmistakably identified in English on the circuit diagram and corresponding labeling. 171 ABB . Assembly and disassembly can be performed without complications or tools.Relays Electronic Timing C58 timing relays are snapped directly onto a 35 mm DIN rail safely and easily in accordance with DIN VDE 50 022. For more information. The connection terminals and maximum permissible connection cross-sections are optimally tailored to each other to allow troublefree connection of the timing relay to the control lines and automation components. cannot be influenced by interference and ensure reliable operation of the C58 timing relay—even on coils without surge suppression. The electronics. relays from ABB distinguish themselves by their long electrical service life. Screw fastening accessories are available. or hours with the end values 1. Two LEDs indicate the supply voltage and relay connections. 3. Even when switching contactors. Sourced through ABB Inc. and 100. and all relays bear the CE mark. 10.abb. The precise running time setting is made on the ergonomically designed front control and display element of the C58 timing relay. The UL and CSA approvals permit worldwide use. “Continuous switching” with defined ON/OFF switching is also possible for test purposes. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Wichita Falls. All units of the C58 Series are rugged and designed for use in rough industrial atmospheres. so that it is extremely difficult to accidentally adjust the timing relay.com. minutes. which are safe in every respect.

they offer performance and reliability while requiring minimum space. The ergonomic design of the operating controls allows easy and precise setting. 3 Industrial Products 172 . SPECIFICATIONS The relays are mounted either on 35 mm DIN rail by snapping them on or with screws on a mounting plate. 22. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES All C550 monitoring relays can be mounted quickly and in a space-saving manner. Sourced through ABB Inc. Relay C559 for power monitoring (cos ϕ) is used for control tasks on machines and to protect the machines against underload or overload. With their overall width of 17.5. or 45 mm. phase sequence. and the design and coloration of the monitoring units of Series C550 match those of the entire range of ABB switchgear devices. Status LEDs indicate the circuit states of the units. and phase sequence in single-phase or three-phase power systems and filling levels of conductive fluids. All units of the C550 Series are rugged and designed for use in rough industrial atmospheres. Relays C556 monitor overvoltage and undervoltage in three-phase power systems with and without neutral conductor. phase failure. and imbalance. Wichita Falls. and all relays bear the CE mark. Signaling is performed by one or two changeover contacts as an output protective circuit. voltage. Thus relays C551 and C552 make it just as easy to protect installations and machines against overvoltage and undervoltage as they do to monitor currents in AC or DC power systems.Industrial Controls Relays Electronic Monitoring Series C550 electronic monitoring relays from ABB are versatile.5. This extensive range offers various relays for detection and monitoring of electrical parameters such as current. Level monitor C555 detects fluid levels of conductive fluids and can be converted to detection of falling or rising levels. The UL and CSA approvals permit worldwide use. while units C554 and C557 monitor phase failure. phase imbalance.

15). The wide-span voltage power supply unit is also new. all terminal designations have been retained wherever possible. 173 ABB . which emits a warning signal when the first switching threshold is exceeded (if the second threshold is exceeded.62) with six measuring circuits and centralized fault indication. CSA. In order to simplify the changeover from series C105/C106 to the new series C505/C506. PTB. and a tripping unit for multi-motor protection (506. the motor is switched off). All internationally significant approvals and certifications (CE. The most frequent applications relates to motors of conventional design. New to the range are a tripping unit with bistable output relay (C506. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS Thermistors from ABB are thermal protection units that protect equipment against thermal overload.22). Heavy starting Braking operation Mains failure Excessively high ambient temperature Undervoltage or overvoltage High switching frequencies Inadequate cooling Intermittent operation SPECIFICATIONS The modules of series C505/C506 are manufactured with the latest production technology. Wichita Falls. They protect the following from overheating in conjunction with PTC thermistors: Electrical drives Oils Air Bearing of machinery Heating systems.Relays Electronic Thermistor Equipment series C505/C506 replaces and expands former series C105/C106.abb. GL. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. LRS) have been obtained for the C505/C506 equipment series. Sourced through ABB Inc. On such motors. and function and design are also of the very latest standards. UL. etc. the winding temperature is monitored directly.com. For more information. a unit with two measuring circuits (C506. This is carried out with full utilization of the motor output and independently of operating conditions.

O. These N. contacts that close in the event of a fault or error. and bear the CE mark. Diversity is provided thanks to the combination of N. which monitor each other by means of a special-purpose circuit. Part 1.C. CSA approved. which is immune to shorts across contacts. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Additional signaling contacts. Thanks to the two-channel control and/or control. All C57x products are UL listed. In the event of a fault or error. This ensures the required level of safety even on systems subject to a high level of pollution. the C57x safety relays correspond to the product design of ABB’s range of switchgear and control systems. contacts that open reliably in the event of fault or error and thus reliably switch off the potentially hazardous drives or machines. it is also possible to monitor signaling devices such as emergency stop buttons or limit switches of the guard doors. contact and N. In addition to all the safety features. They are approved by the employers’ liability insurance associations and/or the German Technical Inspection Authority (TUV) and comply with the requirements of EN 60204.C. Their fields of application extend from emergency stop circuits through guard door monitoring functions and tread mats to presses and punches. contacts are located in two mutually independent. 3 Industrial Products 174 . positive-action. These enable circuits are N. N. and fast wiring is achieved by a clear and manageable terminal designation system. the safe state of the system is achieved directly after opening the safety contacts.O. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS All safety relays can be used on the basis of their classification into the risk categories to EN 954-1. Wichita Falls. contact. depending on the type of equipment. Sourced through ABB Inc. FEATURES Easy. They fit perfectly with the overall design of the switch cabinet. reliable.O. or semiconductor outputs are available. all-or-nothing relays. contacts. Redundancy is achieved by a series connection to two N.Industrial Controls Relays Electronic Safety The C57x series covers 10 safety relays that perform safety functions on machines.O. This allows wiring errors to be minimized. Cyclic monitoring of the safety circuit in each ON/OFF cycle ensures maximum reliability.

N. wiring stays with enclosure base • New base design allows up to 5 contact blocks to be mounted per operator in some combinations. momentary. and N. • 5 contact block holder Enclosures • Available for 1. twist-release.O. 175 ABB . 4X.C. and buttons. and 6 operators • Base-mounted contacts allow the enclosure cover to be removed. maintained or momentary • Key-operated push-button • Selector switches. momentary. assuring secure mounting. • Contact block holder features rear mounting with quick-release locking mechanism for high security. push-pull.C. easy assembly • N./Red. N. or keyoperated designs • Illuminated and non-illuminated push-push operators with push-on and push-off designs (maintained) • Tow-position toggle operators. • Quick-mount. 3R. IEC. File No. LR19700 Sourced through ABB Inc. or key-operated • Available with or without contact blocks • Two button momentary operators with pilot light Pilot Lights • Compact. Wichita Falls. and most international standards • CE marking • UL Listed. quick-release contact block holder for fast. full-voltage pilot light • Full-voltage resistor and transformer type • LED and neon bulbs available for illuminated push-button and pilot lights Contact Blocks • CBK 22 mm and CBG 30 mm devices use the same contact blocks. continuous and pulsating • 5k and 10k potentiometers For more information. • Silver tipped contacts have wiping action for high reliability. maintained • Three-position toggle operators. E57057 • CSA Approved. lenses. push-pull.O. maintained. 4. and 13 applications • UL. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES General Construction • Quick mounting feature reduces installation time • Front ring options are chrome metal. CSA NEMA. 2. illuminated. 4. Additional Products • 4x buzzer.abb.com.or 3-position. maintained. 12. File No. chrome plastic. • Knurled sleeve tightens against panel. • Buttons available in seven colors • Engraved caps available • Mounts in 7 ⁄ 8 "/22 mm hole Operators • Emergency stop operators in illuminated and non-illuminated. • Low energy. illuminated. contact blocks are color coded for easy identification: Green.Pilot Devices CBK 22 mm Ratings • Worldwide availability • UL Listed for Types 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and black plastic. or twist-release • Mushroom operators in maintained. 2. lamp modules. gold-plated contact blocks available • Base-mounted contact blocks are available and snap onto a 35 mm DIN rail or into a Type CBK enclosure. transformers. 3.

lenses. and transformer type • LED bulbs available for illuminated pushbuttons and pilot lights Contact Blocks • CBK 22 mm and CBG 30 mm devices use the same contact blocks. quick-release contact block holder for fast. and 13 applications • UL. maintained or momentary • Key-operated push-buttons • Potentiometers • Selector switches. N. • Low energy. illuminated. LR19700 Sourced through ABB Inc. and 6 operators 3 Industrial Products 176 . twist release. 3. lamp modules and transformers. resistor. maintained. gold-plated contact blocks available • Base-mounted contact blocks are available and snap onto a 35 mm DIN rail. easy assembly • N.O. CSA. • Contact block holder features rear mounting with quick-release locking mechanism for high security. IEC. 4. assuring secure mounting. • Quick-mount. 3R. N. 4X. • Buttons available in seven colors • Engraved caps available • Mounts in 30 mm hole • Anti-rotation Operators • Mushroom operators in maintained. • 5 Contact block holder Enclosures • Available in 1.Industrial Controls Pilot Devices CBG 30 mm Ratings • Worldwide availability • UL listed for Types 1.C./Red. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES General Construction • Quick mounting feature reduces installation time • Front ring options are chrome metal and black plastic.O. maintained • Three-position toggle operators. 12. push-pull. E57057 • CSA Approved. 4. momentary. Wichita Falls. File No. momentary. File No. and buttons. NEMA. • Silver tipped contacts have wiping action for high reliability. and most international standards • CE marking • UL Listed. contact blocks are color coded for easy identification: Green.C. or keyoperated designs • Illuminated and non-illuminated push-push operators with push-on and push-off designs (maintained) • Two-position toggle operators. illuminated. 2. • Knurled sleeve tightens against panel. 2 or 3 positions. and N. or key-operated • Available with or without contact blocks Pilot Devices • Full voltage.

com. TX +940-397-7000 Signal Beacons Rugged construction High protection rating IP65. UL Type 2. ft.). Wichita Falls. 5.abb. UL Type 2. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.Pilot Devices Signal Beacons and Stacklights Stacklights Fast mounting of signal elements using bayonet fixing Easy changing of bulbs for each module without tools Up to 10 light elements possible with 2-sided mounting bracket Flexibility of signal element combination Flashing light elements can be mounted in each module. Up to 5 flashing light elements possible High-protection rating optical and audible signal elements with IP 54. NEMA 4X Cap consists of high impact polycarbonate (up to 15 sq. 177 ABB . Bulb change via inside of control box Available with LED bulbs For more information. 5 LED elements for long life Sourced through ABB Inc.

E191693 3 Industrial Products 178 . Wichita Falls. File No. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS Easy to use. File No.Industrial Controls Limit Switches Plastic Limit switches are made of reinforced UL-V0 thermoplastic fiberglass and offer double insulation and a degree of protection of IP 65. E191693 Sourced through ABB Inc. electromechanical limit switches offer specific qualities: • Visible operation • Electrically separated contacts • Precise operating points (consistency) • Immune to electromagnetic disturbances Limit switches are used for these mechanical applications: • Presence/absence • Positioning and travel limit • Objects passing/counting UL Listed. Casings come in 2 dimensions: 30 mm width • LS35P 40 mm width • LS45P UL Listed.

Wichita Falls. 60 mm width UL Listed. TX +940-397-7000 APPLICATIONS Easy to use. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. E191693 Sourced through ABB Inc. 179 ABB . electromechanical limit switches offer specific qualities: • Visible operation • Ability to switch strong currents (10 A conventional thermal current) • Electrically separated contacts • Precise operating points (consistency) • Immune to electromagnetic disturbances Limit switches are used for these mechanical applications: • Presence/absence • Positioning and travel limit For more information. The casings come in 2 dimensions: • LS45M.Limit Switches Metal Limit switches are made of aluminum alloy and have a degree of protection of IP 66. File No. 40 mm width • LS65M.abb.com.

Wichita Falls. cable.Industrial Controls Sensors Proximity Inductive and Capacitive • Non-contact sensing • Extremely long life • High-speed switching frequency • Short circuit protection • AC and DC models Inductive • Metallic objects only • Sensing distances from 0. or Crastin housings Capacitive • Nonmetallic objects (paper. 3-wire. Nickel-plated brass. cardboard.8 to 50 mm • Large selection of 2-wire. plastic. • Choice of quick disconnect or cable • Stainless steel housing Sourced through ABB Inc. TX +940-397-7000 3 Industrial Products 180 . etc.) • Fluids and metallic objects • 10 mm sensing range • Objects may be sensed through glass or plastic. and 4-wire models • Choice of quick disconnect. or terminal connection • Stainless steel.

compact. and cylindrical models • Choice of quick disconnect. TX +940-397-7000 Ultrasonic Switch or analog outputs Sensing distances up to 6 m Stainless steel housing Quick disconnect For more information. or terminal connection • Light on or dark on operation Fiberoptic cable for use with small objects Retro-reflective and thru-beam Sourced through ABB Inc.abb.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. compact. Wichita Falls. cable. 181 ABB . or terminal connection • Light on or dark on operation Retro-reflective mode • Sensing distances up to 5 m • Subcompact. cable. and cylindrical models • Choice of quick disconnect.Sensors Photoelectric Diffused mode • Sensing distances up to 800 mm • Subcompact.

e. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Complete delivery for easy purchasing and assembly Standard delivery with black handle.5 mm ON: ∅ 22.5 mm Maximum panel thickness 5. Double-break silver contacts with 0. OMA 1 PGAU Special cam switches available (contact ABB Sales Representative for more information) Special engraving available SPECIFICATIONS Protection degrees Snap-on door mounting DIN-Rail Mounting IEC: IP 65 IP 44 UL: Class 4 Door drilling OM: ∅ 16.5 mm The black handle with square escutcheon plate marked for switch type is supplied with the switch body.VBG4) Combi screws.g.Industrial Controls Sourced through Cam Switches A complete range of standard and special cam switches for door and modular base mounting • ON-OFF switches • HOA switches • Stop switches • Start switches • Pumpstart switches • Changeover switches • Ventilation switches • Multistep switches • Reversing switches • Voltmeter switches • Ammeter switches ABB Inc.5 mm/ ∅ 22. optional extra black handle Small panel size: Front space in side-to-side mounting 30 or 50 mm Finger-protected terminals and interconnections (IP20. please add AU to the type.5 mm/ ∅ 30.35 µm gold plating ensure a high breaking capacity and reliable connection. Wichita Falls. Have to be ordered separately. terminal screws (size 2) for fast cabling Cabling from top and bottom gives the possibility to mount side-by-side. 3 Industrial Products 182 . Also available with 4 µm gold plating for extremely difficult circumstances.

Class 10 insulation system 50/60 Hz UL listed CSA certified IP 20 Touch-safe covers available as an option Transformers with CE Mark available ABB Inc. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.Sourced through Transformers Epoxy encapsulated coils up through 750 VA Epoxy resin impregnated coils 1 kVA to 5 kVA Provides stepped down voltages for machine tool control devices and industrial control panels Laminations of high quality silicon steel Minimum core loss Optimized performance Copper magnet wire providing the highest quality and efficient operation Molded-in terminals 55°C rise.abb. 183 ABB . TX +940-397-7000 For more information. Wichita Falls.com.

100. TX +940-397-7000 3 Industrial Products 184 . The 80 and 100 mm high versions feature cable holder moldings in the middle of the straight sections of the ribs. and 32 mm x 15 mm in standard or punched Cable ties available in white or black and in many different lengths and sizes Spiral wrap available in translucent polyethelene and self-extinguishing polyethelene material UL Listed.Industrial Controls Cable Management Systems Wire Duct. a new rivet gun. DIN rail available in 35 mm x 7. and shears. 60. wire stops. 80. Flexible thermoplastic wiring ducts (available in seven sizes) are ideal for every situation in which wiring is subject to flexion or torsion. DIN Rail and Spiral Wrap ABB wiring ducts are now also available in the 100 mm height and in a choice of six different base sizes (25. new wiring ducts bases. 40. and 150 mm). all available with 8 — 12 mm and 4 — 6 mm slots. File No. 35 mm x 15 mm. Wichita Falls. These new wiring ducts join the established designs (with heights between 17 and 100 mm). A new design of wiring ducts with circular knockouts in the sides to facilitate branch connections. bringing to 28 total size combinations offered. E125800 Sourced through ABB Inc. The updated range is completed by installation accessories and tools: Plastic rivets. label tags.5 mm. using rigid and corrugated conduits has also been introduced for environments in which cables require greater protection against external agents (elevator rooms are a typical example).

185 ABB . and operational convenience. and high performance in an extremely compact size. are UL approved. The basic construction provides flexibility.Circuit Protective Devices ABB offers two major low-voltage product groups within the Circuit Protective Devices family: Circuit Breakers and Disconnect Switches. ABB SwitchLine non-fusible switches are a perfect choice for all switching applications from industrial motor control to construction safety switches. safety.abb. fusible PowerLine and enclosed SafeLine product families. ease of installation. space savings. providing at the same time optimum protection of the electrical installation. SafeLine enclosed disconnect switches are designed to meet customer requirements in terms of safety. ABB PowerLine fusible switches are designed to meet customer requirements in terms of high interrupting capacity and long electrical life while occupying little more panel space than the appropriate fuses. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. For more information. All ABB disconnect switches are available in a wide range of amperage ratings. ABB’s disconnect switch family includes the non-fusible SwitchLine.com. From miniature circuit-breakers of the Pro M range to molded-case Isomax and Emax power breaker families. and NEMA rated to satisfy rugged industrial environments. ABB has a reliable breaker for every application need. Circuit breakers offer the best solution for restoring the service condition rapidly in case of fault.

D. K. Tripping characteristics Time-current curves • ABB miniature circuit breakers are available with different trip characteristics. CSA C22. computer equipment. LR98793. Characteristics Available: • B Characteristic • C Characteristic • D Characteristic • K Characteristic • Z Characteristic For more details on the above characteristics. IEC. CSA.2 No. DIN rail-mounted. and other computer peripheral devices. The devices are current-limiting. CE. contact your ABB sales representative. and many other agency approvals and certifications. For the worldwide market.5 msec) Unique bus connection system Wide range of accessories Available with variable depth handle mechanism Optional Z curve for SCR protection CE certified and marked DIN rail or front panel mounting Finger-safe terminals Multi-function terminals Suitable for reverse feed UL 1077 and CSA 22. and Z characteristics Fast breaking time (2. D. appliances. MCBs and accessories are recognized under UL Listed.2 277/480 VAC and 500 VDC versions APPLICATIONS MCBs can be used for protection against short circuits and overloads in commercial equipment. and Z characteristics. K. Industrial Products OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Auxiliary devices can be added to the MCBs: Shunt trips Auxiliary contacts Trip contacts Undervoltage release Power distribution bus bars Through-the-door operators Enclosures Padlocking devices Ring tongue terminations 3 186 . 235 per File No. E76126. C.5 — 3. The breakers offer thermal-magnetic trip protection according to B. allowing for maximum system protection. File No. C. They are available with application-specific trip characteristics to provide maximum circuit protection.Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Miniature Circuit Breakers The S2 Series of miniature circuit breakers offer a compact solution to short circuit and overload protection requirements. the breakers carry UL. The breakers are recognized under standard UL 1077 as supplemental protective devices. FEATURES Current-limiting B.2 MCBs and accessories are certified under CSA C22. UL 1077 MCBs are recognized as supplementary protectors and are intended for use as overcurrent protection within an appliance or other electrical equipment where branch circuit overcurrent protection is already provided or not required.

30 240 VAC 30 For more information.D S500-K S500-B.2 — 40 0. S280.Z S280-K. S290.C.C.5 — 63 50 — 63 0.5 — 63 0.5 — 63 40 — 63 10 60 VDC 10 0.C.Sourced through ABB Inc.C.Z S260-B.C. SELECTOR GUIDE Interruption Ratings Voltage Rated Interrupting Capacity (kA) Rated Current (A) 0.D.Z S500-B.C.Z S280UC-K.5 0.C.2 — 40 120 VAC 18 32 — 63 26 — 45 6 — 25 0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.25X 1.5 — 63 277 VAC 6 0.2 — 63 MCB Type S260-B.5 — 63 0.D S500-K S260-B.D S500-K S260-B.Z S280-K.abb.Z S260-B. S270-K S280-K.2 — 63 250 VDC 500 VDC 4.25X 1.15 — 25 0.5X 5 .Z S280-K.D S270-K S260-B. S500 S280 *All values are relative to MCB’s ampere rating.20X 6 .5 — 63 10 0.D S270-K S280UC-K.D S270-K S280-K.D S270-K S280-K.com. TX +940-397-7000 SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications. S500 S260.2 — 40 0.3X 1.5 — 63 0.5 — 63 0.5 — 63 6 0.05X 1. S500 S270.D S500-K S500-B.5 4.05X Service S260. 187 ABB .5 — 63 50 — 63 10 6 0.15 — 25 0.C. S500 S260.C.5 — 63 277/480 VAC 0.5 — 63 0.25X 1.5 — 63 125 VDC 10 0.2 — 32 0.Z Comment Single-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole — — — — Single-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole Multi-Pole Multi-Pole Single-Pole Multi-Pole — — — — Single-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole Multi-Pole Multi-Pole Multi-Pole Multi-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole Multi-Pole Multi-Pole Single-Pole Single-Pole Multi-Pole Trip Characteristics Overview Curve B C D K Z Magnetic Thermal Characteristic* Characteristic 3 .5 — 63 10 0.Z S280UC-K.12X 2 .2 — 63 18 32 — 63 26 — 45 6 — 25 0.10X 10 .2 — 63 0.Z S500-B.C. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a Technical Data Selection Guide.Z S260-B.C.D S270-K S280-K. Wichita Falls.D S270-K S280-K.

power circuit switches. 1 Snap-on labels available Quick mounting with snap-on clip. gr. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Safe connection by box terminals Captive screws with Pozidrive slotted head. 3 Industrial Products 188 . easily accessible and detachable at the bottom Protection against unintentional direct touch System approach for control and circuit protection Compact size that dimensionally matches the S2 MCB series Control and pilot functions can be alongside protective devices DIN rail-mounted with 45 mm front opening For use in auxiliary and logic devices Provide additional user functions for system control and operation ABB System Pro M compatibility Most devices are both UL 508 recognized and are IEC compliant. 45 mm front opening. Labeled with the CE Mark SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications. DIN rail-mounted. control circuit switches. Wichita Falls. relays. pilot lights. timers (all in the System Pro M modular). Sourced through ABB Inc. Pozidrive system.Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Modular DIN Rail Components Push-buttons. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide.

30.3 F672-100/0.3 F674-80/0.5 F364-63/0.3 F674-125/0.1 F372-25/0. These devices provide GF protection only and are used in series with standard MCBs.3 F374-63/0.03 F374-25/0. FEATURES 16 — 125 A continuous current carrying capacity 10. 300.3 F374-40/0. For more information.03 F374-63/0.3 F672-80/0. 500 SPECIFICATIONS UL 1053 approved for equipment protection. The F370 and F670 have a profile similar to the S2 MCBs and can be used with the MCB busbars.1 F374-25/0. The F372 is for use in single-phase/two-wire or two-wire systems.1 F374-40/0.03 F674-80/0.3 F374-25/0.03 F372-25/0.1 F372-40/0. Sourced through ABB Inc.1 F372-63/0.1 F672-100/0.3 F372-40/0.03 F672-80/0.5 30 30 F372. F672 Two-pole 480 VAC 100 100 F374. TX +940-397-7000 The F370 and F670 series are UL 1053 recognized for use in 277/480 VAC applications.01 F372-25/0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 189 ABB . F674 Four-pole 480 VAC 300 300 APPLICATIONS Protect against electrocution and fire on industrial machinery and equipment caused by ground faults. which provide overload and short circuit protection. 100.1 F674-80/0.3 F674-100/0. fit.3 F372-63/0.The F370 and F670 series will trip when ground faults are detected in excess of the GF trip rating of the device.1 F674-100/0.1 F374-63/0.5 F374-40/0.1 F672-80/0.03 F674-125/0. The F370 and F670 series RCDs replace the F360 and F660 series with no change in form. The F374 is for use in three-phase/four-wire systems. Wichita Falls. F372-16/0.System Pro M Residual Current Devices RCDs provide ground fault equipment protection by monitoring the leakage of current to ground. The F370 and F670 series can be used as a main device providing GF protection for several MCB branch devices.1 F674-125/0. and 500 mA ground fault trip threshold Two-pole and four-pole available Test button SELECTOR GUIDE Residual Current Devices Breaker GF Trip Level (mA) 10 Rated Current (A) 16 25 40 63 80 100 25 40 63 80 100 25 40 63 80 100 Catalog No.03 F374-40/0. or function.abb.03 F372-40/0.03 F672-100/0.com.3 Breaker GF Trip Level (mA) Rated Current (A) 25 40 63 80 100 125 25 40 63 80 100 125 25 40 63 80 100 125 25 40 63 Catalog No. F374-25/0.03 F674-100/0.03 F372-63/0.

Sourced through ABB Inc. Wichita Falls. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide.Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors Transient voltage surge suppressors protect electrical appliances and machinery from harmful effects caused by overvoltages. 3 Industrial Products 190 . TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Class B and C 15 — 100 kA impulse current Defect indication High discharge capacity Fast response Compact IP20 touch protection APPLICATIONS Equipment and appliance lightning protection OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Withdrawable/hot swappable Remote indication SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications.

• Comply with UL and IEC 947-2 standards • Powered from either top or bottom terminals • They can be installed in switchboards. These new units embody all the experience and advances derived from ABB’s previous highly successful and acclaimed range of circuit breakers. or mounted directly on the base plate or on DIN channels up to size S5. from sizes S3 to S7 • Electrical accessory is completely segregated from the power circuit. With the wide range of optional trip functions.Circuit Breakers Isomax ABB Isomax molded case circuit breakers are modern. ABB Isomax circuit breakers are ideal for all electrical power generation and distribution applications. 191 ABB . total system selectivity can be maximized.abb.com. The Isomax series maximizes safety and dependability for all power users. ABB Isomax circuit breakers are designed for the total safety of both operators and systems. Continuous currents from 15 A to 2500 A Rated interrupting capacities from 14 kA to 85 kA (600 VAC UL/CSA) Extended working life of all mechanical and electrical parts for continuity of operation Suitable for isolation applications UL/CSA 100% equipment rated versions FEATURES Double Insulation • All Isomax switchgear. • Improved operator safety • Above IEC standards • Complies with American usage Installation Positions • Circuit breakers can be installed in any position with no variations to their rated characteristics. For more information. innovative units designed after extensive analysis of the demands of today’s market. ABB Isomax units also satisfy the most demanding requirements for rated current and fault current levels. This complete and versatile series of circuit breakers can satisfy the most demanding system specifications. The new line is particularly suitable for applications involving special protection coordination needs and automated control systems. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

Sourced through ABB Inc. The various versions have the following breaking capacity ratings: • B (basic breaking capacity) • N (normal breaking capacity) • H (high breaking capacity) • L.Circuit Protective Devices Circuit Breakers Isomax OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Derived versions • Circuit breakers with selective and non-selective residual current protection • Switch disconnectors • Circuit breakers for motor control with adjustable magnetic release • Circuit breakers for machine tools • Circuit breakers for direct current ABB Isomax versions • Fixed: All models • Plug-in: Up to S5 400 A (IEC) • Withdrawable: From S3 to S7 1200 A (IEC) Frame sizes—seven basic sizes The ABB Isomax series includes seven basic frame sizes with continuous rated currents from 15 A to 2500 A and with 600 VAC interrupting capacities up to 85 kA. Wichita Falls. V (very high breaking capacity) Complete Line of Accessories • Accessories satisfy the widely differing operational and automation requirements • Standardized for groups of circuit breakers to streamline storage logistics and simplify installation • Can be customized as required under conditions of absolute safety • All accessories for S3 to S7 can be mounted with simple operations without having to remove the circuit breaker power cover and without any accessory adjustments. 3 Industrial Products 192 . contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide. TX +940-397-7000 SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications.

Power isolated from accessories High withstand and fault current ratings Very high mechanical and electric life APPLICATIONS ANSI approved low-voltage switchgear Switchboards Generator protection Motor protection OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Double insulation ensures total separation between accessories and power circuits. Sourced through ABB Inc. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide. ABB Emax power circuit breakers are available in five different models (four sizes) with rated continuous current from 800 A to 5000 A and rated short circuit current range from 42 kA to 125 kA (480 V). The Emax is also available in an IEC version with a current rating of 800 — 6300 A. Electrical accessories can be installed in the field. SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications. Wichita Falls. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 193 ABB . providing a solution for every need.abb. The Emax power circuit breakers are available with a UL listing that meets the ANSI Standard for low-voltage power circuit breakers.com.Circuit Breakers Emax Power The Emax is ABB’s latest introduction in low-voltage power circuit breakers. Three trip units are available. For more information. Common accessories for full line of Emax breakers Electrical accessories are ac and dc rated. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Small overall dimensions Common accessories Accessories and trip unit can be installed in the field.

65. File No. File No. 4X. CE marked UL Listed. E101914.Circuit Protective Devices Disconnect Switches Non-Fusible SwitchLine non-fusible disconnect switches 16 A — 3150 A. 3R. Wichita Falls. SwitchLine disconnect switches can be used equally well with either top or bottom incoming power feeds. 3 194 . TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Versatility Broad range Compact size Mounting • Door-mounting on an enclosure door or sidewall • DIN rail-mounting • Base-mounting with screws SwitchLine disconnect switches may be mounted in any position. LR58077 APPLICATIONS HVAC Drives UPS Industrial machinery Solar Motor controls Safety switches Electrical distribution OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Handles—UL/NEMA type 1. Track-resistant material Constant control IEC rated.and 8-pole mechanisms Transfer mechanisms Bypass mechanisms Mechanical interlock mechanisms Electromechanical interlock mechanisms Motor operations Industrial Products SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications. Door interlock Padlockable Positive opening operation Welded contact protection Clear position indication Visible blades offer additional safety from 125 A — 1200 A. Sourced through ABB Inc. 12 IP 54. and high performance in an extremely compact size. safety. 600 V ABB SwitchLine includes 16 different amperage sizes from 16 A to 3150 A. CSA Approved. 66 Auxiliary contacts available for every switch size Additional power poles Additional terminal poles (neutrals and grounds) Terminal shrouds 6. The basic construction provides flexibility. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide. Terminal connections • Ring tongue crimp on lugs • Direct bus • Terminal lugs Modular construction Dead-front construction plus terminal shrouds reduce the risk of touching live parts. ABB SwitchLine is a perfect choice for all switching applications from industrial motor control to construction safety switches. 4.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. The basic construction provides flexibility and high performance in an extremely compact size. High-Speed patterns. Wichita Falls. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide. E101914 CSA Approved. and OS100 • Base-mounting with screws All PowerLine disconnect switches can be used equally well with either top or bottom incoming power feeds. Positive opening operation Welded contact protection Clear position indication Door interlock Padlockable Visible blades offer an additional safety feature from 200 A — 800 A. J. European standards. For more information. improving the safety and reliability of the installation. 65. and NFC Standard interrupting capacity 200 kA IEC rated. Rear. L. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Versatility Broad range Compact size Mounting • DIN rail-mounting—OS30.com. 12 IP 54. LR58077 APPLICATIONS HVAC Drives UPS Industrial machinery Solar Motor controls Safety switches Electrical distribution OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Handles—UL/NEMA type 1.Disconnect Switches Fusible PowerLine—Compact. 3R. heavy duty. Track-resistant material Variety of fuses can be used: Class CC. 600 V ABB PowerLine includes seven different amperage sizes from 30 A to 800 A. while occupying little more panel space than the appropriate fuses. Sourced through ABB Inc. Terminal connections • Ring tongue crimp on lugs • Direct bus • Terminal lugs High performance Modular construction Unique terminal locations: Side.abb. OS60. ABB PowerLine switches are a perfect choice to withstand the heat and humidity of the tropics. fusible disconnect switches 30 A — 800 A.T. BS. File No.and 8-pole mechanisms Transfer mechanisms Bypass mechanisms Mechanical interlock mechanisms Electromechanical interlock mechanisms Motor operations Fuse monitors SPECIFICATIONS For complete specifications. and Bus stabs connections Superior short circuit protection Fuse isolation Dead-front construction plus terminal shrouds reduce the risk of touching live parts. DIN. All PowerLine fusible switches are designed to meet customer requirements in terms of high interrupting capacity and long electrical life. CE marked UL Listed. File No. 195 ABB . 4. 4X. 66 Auxiliary contacts available for every switch size Additional terminal poles (neutrals and grounds) Terminal shrouds 6. and any rugged industrial environment you may have. the extreme cold of the arctic.

contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request a General Ratings and Specifications Guide. 7&9 Compact size Broad range Wide range of accessories • Pilot devices • Fuse monitors • Auxiliary contacts • Amp/Voltmeters • Additional neutral and power poles APPLICATIONS Suitable for use as: OSHA Lockout/Tagout disconnects Safety switches Load-break switches Isolators Transfer switches Bypass switches Service entrance SPECIFICATIONS 3 Industrial Products For complete specifications. and operational convenience. 196 . Sourced through ABB Inc.Circuit Protective Devices Disconnect Switches Enclosed Compact. and NEMA rated to satisfy rugged industrial environments. 4X. or stainless steel enclosures NEMA 1. 3R&12. enclosed disconnect switches: 16 A — 3150 A Non-fusible 30 A — 3000 A Fusible Designed to meet customer requirements in terms of safety. ease of installation. space savings. are UL approved. heavy duty. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Plastic. metal. Wichita Falls. They are available in a wide range of amperage ratings.

solve voltage drop problems. 197 ABB . ABB can solve voltage flicker with passive and active technologies. ABB can solve harmonic issues with passive and active filter technologies. while lowering your electrical costs. Equipped with the latest technology. Power factor. ABB has a full line of power factor correction capacitors that increase the capacity of your electrical system.com.abb.Low-Voltage Network Quality ABB’s solution-based family of low-voltage network quality products can reduce your electrical costs.ABB has an economical solution within the low-voltage network quality family of production to serve your systems rated 1000 V and below. or voltage flicker. harmonics. ABB can help design a solution to meet or exceed the recommended harmonic levels of IEEE. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Available solutions include SCR switch passive components or a system that is totally solid state based. and eliminate voltage flicker. Available products include individual capacitors designed for installation at motors and automatic capacitor banks that react to changing load conditions throughout the system. remove damaging harmonics for your network. For more information.

TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES High reliability Very low losses Discharge mechanism Tolerance on capacitance: 0%. a nonflammable and nontoxic material. NEC®. LR88616 • Complies with applicable requirements of IEC. Wichita Falls. CE. Power Factor Capacitors Full family of low-voltage power factor capacitors • Individual capacitors for motor compensation • Fixed banks for group or feeder compensation • Automatic banks for network compensation • Filters for harmonic removal ABB Inc. continuously Overvoltage tolerance: 110% of rated voltage. safely absorbs any energy produced within the capacitor enclosure. NEMA CP-1. Long life Safety • Vermiculite. ANSI. File No.40°C to +40°C (. and IEEE Standard 18 3 Industrial Products 198 . E135667 • CSA Approved. continuously Standard ambient temperature range: . tin-plated copper wire. Insulation is fire-retardant. Additional fuses are NOT required for protection of ABB capacitor elements. +15% Overcurrent tolerance: 135% of rated current. which is an integral and important part of the sequential protection system. File No. and CSA approved • UL Listed.Low-Voltage Network Quality Manufactured at CLMD. Approvals • UL.40°F to +104°F) Internal cables and insulation: All internal conductors utilize stranded. Complete environmental acceptability Unique sequential protection system Fuse protection ABB capacitors are provided with patented IPE (Internally Protected Elements). rated 105°C (220°F). but external overcurrent protection may be needed for the installation in order to meet the National Electric Code requirements concerning protection of the conductors feeding the capacitors.

Switching—Automatic capacitor banks can switch all or part of the capacitance automatically. For more information. THDA meters. and resulting overvoltages can occur should the load decrease. thereby increasing power factor and obtaining the advantages of lower power consumption. depending on load requirements. fans. 199 ABB . This way. kVA. three-phase Incoming line termination (unless another disconnecting means is specified) Capacitor stage indicator lights Power on light One ABB power factor controller equipped with: • Automatic no-voltage release • Manual/automatic control switch with LED indication • LED indicating the capacitive or inductive load and the number of steps energized • Automatic/manual setting of C/k • Digital built-in PF. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. non-fused and fused disconnect switches.com. Lower Installation Costs—The cost of installing one fixed or automatic capacitor bank unit will be less than installing a number of individual capacitors at inductive loads. Irms. filters. Window size is 4" x 7". Automatic Power Factor Capacitors Capacitor banks are more economical than individual capacitor units when the main reason for power factor correction is to reduce utility power bills and/or reduce the current in primary feeders from a main generator or transformer. leading power factor. and circuit breakers are optional equipment items that can be factory installed in the automatic capacitor bank. and fault indicator • Circular/linear switching selection • Automatic adaptation to network phase rotation and CT terminals ABB contactors Discharge resistors Power fuses Control fuses Multi-tap CT range 500/5 — 4000//5 in 500/5 increments. only as much power factor correction as needed for the given load is provided.ABB 300/1200. (This switching capability is a primary advantage over fixed capacitor banks where overcapacitance. Modularity High reliability Very low losses Complete environmental acceptability Unique sequential protection system Long life Safety ABB power factor controller Compact design for quick installation OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Anti-resonance reactors. THDV. Large banks or racks of capacitors are installed at the main switchboard or at the substation. push to test. blown fuse indication. kvar.) Full family of low-voltage power factor capacitors • Individual capacitors for motor compensation • Fixed banks for group or feeder compensation • Automatic banks for network compensation • Filters for harmonic removal FEATURES Standard ABB AutoBank products include: 1 to 12 capacitor steps.abb. Vrms.

60 seconds Capacitor automatic bank test: Functional test. Light gray) Top or bottom cable entry Dimensions: Per application Ambient temperature: . LED indication of the number of capacitors energized and the capacitive or inductive demand. Dielectric test Enclosures: NEMA 1. 60 Hz Power factor setting: Between 0. Automatic Power Factor Capacitors SPECIFICATIONS Technical Data Rated voltage: 240 — 600 V. 3R. AA2G25B5A AA2G50B5A AA2G75B6A AA2G100B8A AA2G125B10A AA2G150B12A AA4G50B3B AA4G75B5A AA4G100B5A AA4G125B5A AA4G150B6A AA4G175B7A AA4G200B8A AA4G225B9A AA4G250B10A AA4G300B12A AA6G100B5A AA6G125B5A AA6G150B6A AA6G175B7A AA6G200B8A AA6G225B9A AA6G250B10A AA6G300B12A Outdoor Catalog No.Low-Voltage Network Quality ABB 300/1200. Installation instructions are supplied with each unit. (kg) 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) Indoor Catalog No. self-healing capacitors Capacitor dielectric test: Between terminals and container—3. SELECTOR GUIDE AutoBank 300 kvar 240 Volt 25 50 75 100 125 150 480 Volt 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 600 Volt 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 Approximate Weight Lbs.7 inductive C/k setting: Between 0. 50/60 Hz.05 and 1 A Operation: Automatic or manual with step indication.2 watt/kvar Capacitor total losses: Less than 0.5 watt/kvar Automatic bank total losses (without reactors) including accessories such as contactors and PF controller: Less than 1. AA2R25B5A AA2R50B5A AA2R75B6A AA2R100B8A AA2R125B10A AA2R150B12A AA4R50B3B AA4R75B5A AA4R100B5A AA4R125B5A AA4R150B6A AA4R175B7A AA4R200B8A AA4R225B9A AA4R250B10A AA4R300B12A AA6R100B5A AA6R125B5A AA6R150B6A AA6R175B7A AA6R200B8A AA6R225B9A AA6R250B10A AA6R300B12A Dustproof Catalog No.5 watt/kvar ABB dry-type. three-phase Standard kvar steps: 25. Discharge resistors included Dielectric losses: Less than 0.0 kV. 50.40°C to +40°C Installation: Lifting eyes are provided. and 100 kvar (other kvar step sizes available) Control voltage: 120 V. and Dustproof (RAL 7035. AA2D25B5A AA2D50B5A AA2D75B6A AA2D100B8A AA2D125B10A AA2D150B12A AA4D50B3B AA4D75B5A AA4D100B5A AA4D125B5A AA4D150B6A AA4D175B7A AA4D200B8A AA4D225B9A AA4D250B10A AA4D300B12A AA6D100B5A AA6D125B5A AA6D150B6A AA6D175B70 AA6D200B8A AA6D225B9A AA6D250B10A AA6D300B12A Industrial Products 600 (273) 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) (273) 3 200 .70 capacitive and 0.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. Wichita Falls. Dustproof Catalog No. Outdoor Catalog No. (kg) Indoor Catalog No. 201 ABB .Manufactured at ABB Inc. For more information. TX +940-397-7000 SELECTOR GUIDE AutoBank 1200 kvar 480 Volt 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 600 Volt 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800 1800 2100 2100 2100 (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (545) (545) (545) (545) (545) (818) (818) (818) (818) (954) (954) (954) A6G100B2A A6G125B3B A6G150B3A A6G175B4B A6G200B4A A6G225B5B A6G250B5A A6G300B6A A6G350B7A A6G400B8A A6G450B9A A6G500B10A A6G550B11A A6G600B12A A6G650B7B A6G700B7A A6G800B8A A6G900B9A A6G1000B10A A6G1100B11A A6G1200B12A A6R100B2A A6R125B3B A6R150B3A A6R175B4B A6R200B4A A6R225B5B A6R250B5A A6R300B6A A6R350B7A A6R400B8A A6R450B9A A6R500B10A A6R550B11A A6R600B12A A6R650B7B A6R700B7A A6R800B8A A6R900B9A A6R1000B10A A6R1100B11A A6R1200B12A A6D100B2A A6D125B3B A6D150B3A A6D175B4B A6D200B4A A6D225B5B A6D250B5A A6D300B6A A6D350B7A A6D400B8A A6D450B9A A6D500B10A A6D550B11A A6D600B12A A6D650B7B A6D700B7A A6D800B8A A6D900B9A A6D1000B10A A6D1100B11A A6D1200B12A 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) (454) A4G100B2A A4G125B3B A4G150B3A A4G175B4B A4G200B4A A4G225B5B A4G250B5A A4G300B6A A4G350B7A A4G400B8A A4G450B9A A4G500B10A A4G550B11A A4G600B12A A4G650B7B A4G700B7A A4G800B8A A4G900B9A A4G1000B10A A4G1100B11A A4G1200B12A A4R100B2A A4R125B3B A4R150B3A A4R145B4B A4R200B4A A4R225B5B A4R250B5A A4R300B6A A4R350B7A A4R400B8A A4R450B9A A4R500B10A A4R550B11A A4R600B12A A4R650B7B A4R700B7A A4R800B8A A4R900B9A A4R1000B10A A4R1100B11A A4R1200B12A A4D100B2A A4D125B3B A4D150B3A A4D175B4B A4D200B4A A4D225B5B A4D250B5A A4D300B6A A4D350B7A A4D400B8A A4D450B9A A4D500B10A A4D550B11A A4D600B12A A4D650B7B A4D700B7A A4D800B8A A4D900B9A A4D1000B10A A4D1100B11A A4D1200B12A Approximate Weight Lbs.abb.

Manufactured at ABB Inc. Wichita Falls.7 inductive to 0. TX +940-397-7000 FEATURES Advantages Filters several harmonics simultaneously Filters up to the 41st harmonic on a 60 Hz system Cannot be overloaded Programmable filtering strategy enables user to select which harmonics are filtered. The PQFA monitors the line current in real-time and processes the measured harmonics as digital signals in a high-power DSP (Digital Signal Processor). through line reactors. The PQFA eliminates harmonics in a controlled way. 480 V/60 Hz. programmable up to the 41st harmonic Typical filtering efficiency: Better than 97% Reactive power: Power factor programmable between 0. 525 V/50 Hz. non-condensing 3 Industrial Products 202 . 600 V/60 Hz Voltage tolerance: +/-10% Frequency: 50/60 Hz programmable Harmonics to filter • 50 Hz: up to 15. May filter without generation of reactive power May generate and control power factor Has programmable task priorities Does not require detailed network analysis Does not require special CTs Is easy to expand on site Comes factory tested with incoming circuit breaker OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Current transformers (ratings and dimension to specify) Loss of voltage alarm contact Graphic user interface SPECIFICATIONS Technical Data Main ratings: 400 V (415 V)/50 Hz.Low-Voltage Network Quality Active Filter Power Quality Filter (PQFA) The power quality filters developed by ABB are active filters offering unprecedented ability to clean the network from harmonics. 700 kg (with two power modules) Ambient temperature: -10°C/+40°C Humidity: Maximum 95% RH. The output of the DSP controls PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) power modules that. The net effect is an elimination of the harmonics and a clean sine-wave as seen by the feeding transformer.7 capacitive Communication: RS232 port Response time: 40 ms Active power: Less than 7 kW per module at full load Dimensions per cubicle: 800 x 2150 x 600 mm (W x H x D) Weight per cubicle: Approx. It is easy to expand and adapt to changes in the network. inject harmonic currents with exactly the opposite phase to those that are to be filtered. programmable up to the 50th harmonic • 60 Hz: up to 12.

and medium-voltage switchgear for both indoor and outdoor installations. and ABB is the only supplier of a completely arc-resistant. see pages 208 and 232. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. for switchgear OEM components. IEC switchgear and MCC with choice of air-insulated and molded case circuit breakers. *Contact your ABB Sales Representative for availability. ANSI switchgear lines are designed and tested to meet or exceed the latest applicable standards. (see pages 433-435) with MPSC-2000™ trip units for circuit breaker MSN . low-maintenance construction for indoor and outdoor secondary unit substations. ABB also offers a full line of IEC distribution systems. for aftermarket products and services. see page 227. SELECTION GUIDE Product Voltage (kV) Features LV Metal-Enclosed Power Switchgear K-LINE Plus™ .69 Fully integrated. and compact gas-insulated switchgear in ratings to 52 kV. easy-to-install assembly as well as medium-voltage. fused and unfused disconnect switches and contactors For IEC switchgear. and most lines are available with UL listing. For more information. see page 230.6 Reliable. 203 ABB .24 — . air-insulated.Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment and Control Systems ABB offers a full line of ANSI low.com. integrated lineup of mediumvoltage switchgear and motor controls.abb. including low-voltage switchgear and motor control centers integrated into a single.

and automated order engineering to result in fast delivery of quality custom switchgear. Simplified. trip data. Other important features include: rms sensing Four (4) digit password protection Metering accuracy: 1% current and voltage. reliable product for demanding industrial and utility secondary distribution and protection applications. Up to three. solid copper main bus with 100% plated surface Primary bus system passes all dielectric ratings without requiring bus insulation. Spring-loaded front panels on circuit breakers seal against compartment doors to prevent dust entry and restrict access to live parts. full-function current protection and metering.Voltage protection and metering is optional. Based on the original K-LINE design used for decades in nuclear power plants. fully automatic primary and secondary contacts On-board auxiliary contacts rather than MOCs and related mechanical linkages Internal ventilation chimneys improve operator safety by eliminating the need for door louvers. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified FEATURES Standard Electrically or manually operated circuit breakers Dense loading for flexible and compact arrangements—up to four feeder circuit breakers per frame in any combination of ratings through 2000 A Closed-door racking for improved operator safety Self-aligning. or insertion of an improperly rated breaker. optional safety shutters. K-LINE Plus adds enhanced ratings. stab-mounted CTs per phase Special MPSC-2000 circuit breaker trip units feature programmable. closing a breaker in an intermediate position. and metering information are accessible through a convenient LCD display and keypad or from a remote power control system. All MPSC-2000 protection settings. symmetric. and the advanced protection and monitoring capabilities of MPSC-2000™ trip units. front-accessible. flexible system arrangements. Riser bus-sized for full rating of breaker compartment One-piece cradles enable easy field upgrade of circuit breaker compartments. Safety interlocks prevent racking a closed breaker. with cause of trip on LCD display 3 Industrial Products 204 . 2% power Historical information access from a remote location Individually addressable and communications-ready Integral self-monitoring light for trip system condition Trip target.Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment and Control Systems Metal-Enclosed K-LINE Plus™ K-LINE Plus switchgear is a rugged. K-LINE Plus uses modular construction with a Galvalume™ steel frame and interior.

000 50. thereby minimizing arc duration and the potential for injury to nearby personnel.000 130.000 30.000 42.000 85.000 30.000 30.000 50. a tripping signal is sent within 2 ms to trip the appropriate upstream breaker.000 50.000 85. and communications compatibility with most industrial and utility control systems and protocols.000 65.000 85.000 65.000 240 V 42. or drip-proof construction Floor-rolling lift truck or overhead lift truck mounted on switchgear Main bus barriers to segregate the main bus from the cable compartment Main bus insulation (not required to meet ANSI dielectric ratings) Automatic shutters to cover primary contacts when circuit breaker is withdrawn Seismic certification through UBC Zone 4 Silver.000 130.000 50. report generation.000 85.000 65.abb. The Power Rich System enables industrial and utility substation automation through remote switchgear monitoring.000 See literature or contact your ABB Sales Representative for other ratings or information.000 42.000 42.000 65.000 85.000 42.000 85.000 42.000 85. security.000 50. If an arc is detected. and alarm features.000 65.000 85.000 65.000 480 V 22.000 65.000 30.000 65.000 42. outdoor.000 65.000 Short Time or Delayed Trip 600 V 22.000 65. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 205 ABB .000 65. The system is Windows® compatible and provides real-time graphs.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Choice of indoor.000 240 V 22.000 85.000 85.000 50.000 130.000 42.000 Instantaneous Trip 480 V 30.000 65.000 85.000 85.com.or tin-plating of main bus system Key interlock system for safety interlocking Space heaters to reduce condensation (standard on outdoor equipment) Unfused (KP) or fused (KDP) circuit breakers The optional ABB Arc Guard® system further improves safety by detecting an arc fault in any primary compartment.000 85.000 65.000 85.000 85. and control.000 65. communications.000 50. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Interruption @ 60 Hz (Sym. For more information.000 42.000 100. Amps) Breaker Frame (A) 800 800 1600 1600 2000 2000 3200 3200 4000 4000 Rating 600 V KP-8 KPE-8 KP-16 KPE-16 KP-20 KPE-20 KP-32 KPE-32 KP-40 KPE-40 ANSI Extended ANSI Extended ANSI Extended ANSI Extended ANSI Extended 22.000 50.000 65.

8) 98 (2489. 3 206 .Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment and Control Systems Metal-Enclosed K-LINE Plus™ SPECIFICATIONS Typical Arrangements Indoor Front Elevations Manufactured at ABB Inc.8) 92 (2336.63 (447.2) 30 (762) 24 (609.8) 112 (2844.5) AISLE DEPTH 33 (838. ACCESSORY STORAGE GROUND BUS KIRK® KEY INTERLOCK SYSTEM Standard Design Dimensions Floor Plans (Indoor) Dimensions are specified in inches (mm) and are approximate. Lake Mary. 4000 A MAIN FUTURE 4000 A MAIN FUTURE 1600 A FEEDER 4000 A TIE 1600 A FEEDER FUTURE BKR. FL +407-732-2000 INSTRUMENTS PM A-2 N19 800 A FDR PM A-5 N22 INSTR. Section View (Outdoor) 126.4) Shaded area represents indoor switchgear section view.2) 102. PM B-8 1600 A FDR PM B-4 N26 INSTRUMENTS PM B-5 N27 PM A-4 N21 PM B-2 N30 PM A-3 N2D PM A-6 N23 PM A-7 N24 PM B-6 N2B PM B-7 N29 PM B-3 N31 INSTR. INSTR.8) Industrial Products 72 (1828.45) 70 (1778) 17.75 (3219.6) 6 (152.5 (2603.

com. CenterPro™ software combines product and feature selection with CAD capabilities to simplify all stages of MNS acquisition. vertical bus. TX +940-397-7000 STANDARD FEATURES Primary compartments for horizontal bus.Sourced through MNS As a highly flexible power distribution system for industrial facilities. MNS can handle the most demanding industrial loads. Wichita Falls. as well as the Arc Guard arc detection system. ISO 9001 Certified ABB Inc. MNS is available with intelligent switchgear control and automation. main bus continuous current ratings up to 5500 A. from inquiry through ordering and documentation. For more information.abb. MNS integrates a variety of protection and control apparatus into a common switchgear assembly: Low-voltage air circuit breakers Fused and unfused disconnect switches Molded case circuit breakers Motor controls with soft start features Automatically controlled capacitor banks and reactors Withdrawable. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings With operating voltages to 690 V. and protective apparatus units are individually shielded to protect personnel from energized circuits. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Compatible bus duct is also available. removable. The compact size of MNS adds to installation flexibility and economy. further reducing total response time. or fixed-mounted devices MNS is assembled from a vast array of standard components at ABB assembly facilities in over 30 countries to assure fast response and outstanding worldwide service. and one-second short circuit ratings to 100 kA. 207 ABB . Interlocked doors and lockable control switch handles provide additional safety for maintenance and operations personnel.

These electrically or manually operated drawout breakers are available in a full range of ANSI standard and extended ratings through 4000 A and 600 VAC. and ground protection as standard features on all units. instantaneous. K-LINE Plus breakers can be supplied with onepiece cradles for easy installation in switchgear compartments. Ratings through 1600 A are also available with current-limiting UL Class L fuses. Please refer to K-LINE Plus™ under Switchgear for ratings and other important features. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified 3 Industrial Products 208 . short-time.Switchgear OEM Components Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers K-Line Plus Low-Voltage Power Circuit Breakers K-LINE Plus low-voltage power circuit breakers feature an operating mechanism with proven reliability. K-LINE Plus breakers are supplied with MPSC-2000 trip devices that feature long-time.

Medium-Voltage Products Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear IEC Switchgear and Motor Controls Switchgear Aftermarket Products and Services Switchgear OEM Components AC Drives Vacuum Circuit Breakers Distribution Reclosers Distribution Cutouts Disconnect Switches ABB .

. . . . . . . . . . 233 products Services Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 Arc Guard . . . . 238 Metal-Enclosed AX1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232 Medium-Voltage AC Drives ACS 1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Medium-Voltage Products Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Metal-Clad Safegear and Advance . . . . . 255 IEC Switchgear and Motor Controls Medium-Voltage ZS-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242 . 218 Motor Control Center Safegear and Advance . . . . . . . . . . . Training. . . . . . . . . 231 Load Interrupter Switches VersaRupter Load Interrupter Switches . . . . . . . . . . 250 Load Interrupter PK Primary Entrance Unit . . . . . . . 246 . . . . . . 229 Interchangeable ICX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257 Special Feature Moisture-Proof Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 PKC Power Switching Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 ZX-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 Switchgear Aftermarket Products and Services Replacement Circuit Breakers. . 220 Gas-Insulated ZV-2 . . . . R-ADVAC™. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216 Distribution Reclosers ESVA . . 263 Switchgear OEM Components Circuit Breakers ADVAC™. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VR-3S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223 Distribution Cutouts Non-Loadbreak NCX . . . . . . . 253 Fault Current Limiter Is-Limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special Feature PCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230 Disconnect Switches Single Insulator Disconnect LSID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262 SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 . . . . . . 236 Type V . . . 226 Loadbreak LBU II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Vacuum Circuit Breakers Type R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loop Control Module (LCM) Single-Phase Tripping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Type VHK . . . . . .

2 Arc-resistant motor control center with stackable controllers Conventional. ANSI switchgear lines are designed and tested to meet or exceed the latest applicable standards.abb.and medium-voltage switchgear for both indoor and outdoor installations. and protection 5 — 15 MV Gas-Insulated Switchgear ZV-2™ Fault Current Limiter IS-Limiter™ Arc Guard ® Up to 52 Compact. for switchgear OEM components. and compact gas-insulated switchgear in ratings to 52 kV.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. control. main circuit-encapsulated switchgear system MV Load Interrupter Switchgear PK™ — Primary Entrance Unit PKC™ — Power Switching Center MV Motor Control Center SafeGear® MCC Advance™ MCC Up to 7. 211 ABB . see pages 208 and 232. see page 230. *Contact your ABB Sales Representative for availability. and ABB is the only supplier of a completely arc-resistant. high-capacity fault current limiter Internal arc detection system for switchgear and electrical enclosures For IEC switchgear. ABB also offers a full line of IEC distribution systems. For more information. air-insulated. integrated lineup of mediumvoltage switchgear and motor controls. and most lines are available with UL listing. SELECTION GUIDE Product Voltage (kV) Features MV Metal-Clad Switchgear SafeGear® Advance™ 5 — 15 27* Arc-resistant switchgear with ADVAC™ drawout vacuum circuit breakers Conventional switchgear with ADVAC breakers MV Metal-Enclosed Switchgear AX1 12 — 27 Arc-resistant. non–arc-resistant motor control center 5 — 15 UL-listed load interrupter switchgear for primary service connections and unit substation protection UL-listed load interrupter switchgear for economical power distribution. easy-to-install assembly as well as medium-voltage.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear ABB offers a full line of ANSI low. see page 227. gas-insulated switchgear with vacuum circuit breakers in ANSI ratings Up to 36 N/A High-speed. including low-voltage switchgear and motor control centers integrated into a single. for aftermarket products and services.

however.8 mm) copper ground bus in every section Up to four front-accessible. plated joints. plus the added value of arc-resistant construction. fully automatic. and padlock provision Each breaker automatically tested to 300 openclose cycles prior to shipment 4 Medium-Voltage Products 212 . spring-charged indicator. closing a breaker in an intermediate position. or inserting an improperly rated breaker. primary and secondary contacts Dual guide rails for smooth. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified FEATURES Standard Arc-resistant construction (SafeGear only. Advance metal-clad switchgear is similar to SafeGear. Standard 1⁄ 4 x 2-inch (6. and a system of fast operating vents and flaps. back. SafeGear and Advance are manufactured from a wide array of rigid. and sides.35 x 50. Other features include: Dependable vacuum interrupters with advanced contact design and proven reliability On-board auxiliary contacts rather than switches and MOC linkages Integral wheels for easy floor maneuvering Standard controls: non-resetting operations counter. This system relieves pressure and exhausts hot. away from the front. expanding gases through the top of the switchgear.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Metal-Clad SafeGear® and Advance™ SafeGear is the most advanced metal-clad switchgear available from any source. low-voltage compartments for relays and control wiring Window on primary compartment doors to view breaker position and status without opening door Closed-door racking and racking padlock provision for improved operator safety Racking system integral to breaker so that moving parts can be inspected and maintained outside the breaker compartment and away from energized circuits Distinct breaker stops for disconnected test and connected positions Self-aligning. manual open/ close and spring-charging provisions. Advance is not arc-resistant. self-supporting Galvalume steel modules for fast delivery of the highest quality switchgear without compromising flexibility or economy. charging motor disconnect switch. consistent racking Automatic primary safety shutters with dual actuators for balanced operation 100% copper bus with epoxy insulation. and no tapering Removable and reusable boots on main bus joints Safety interlocks prevent racking a closed breaker. per EEMAC G14-1. ADVAC features a simple. types B or C) with dedicated. front-accessible operating mechanism designed specifically for use with vacuum interrupters. open/closed indicator. The arc-resistant design significantly reduces the risk of personnel exposure to a blast from an internal arc fault. isolated. Arc resistance is accomplished by using reinforced doors and panels. combining the traditional safety requirements of ANSI standards with many other features preferred by North American customers. bushing-mounted CTs per phase Front-accessible drawout voltage and control power transformers (large CPTs are fixedmounted in rear compartments) Special ADVAC™ breakers are standard in SafeGear and Advance. closed-door racking. Equipment damage and downtime are also minimized. double sidewall construction.

report generation.com. 213 ABB . Ratings are 50/60 Hz bases.8 4. The system is Windows compatible and provides real-time graphs.16 7. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. communications.25 15. thereby minimizing arc duration and the potential for injury to nearby personnel.5 11.5 Max.00 NOTES: Each circuit breaker is available in continuous current ratings of 1200. or 3000 A rms.5ADV41 15ADV23 15ADV36 15ADV48 4. single-row walk-in • Power Distribution Center (PDC) installation available with plenum for controlled exhaust of arc-fault gases when SafeGear is supplied Choice of protection and control devices Seismic certification through UBC Zone 4 Silver or tin plating of main bus system Key interlock system for safety interlocking Space heaters to reduce condensation (standard in outdoor equipment) Optional accessories • Racking crank • Manual charging handle • Test jumper • Test cabinet • Breaker lift and transport truck • Ground and test device The optional ABB Arc Guard system further improves safety by detecting an arc fault in any primary compartment. @ Max. The Power Rich System enables industrial and utility substation automation through remote switchgear monitoring.abb.80 1.OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Extremely flexible system arrangements • One-high or two-high breaker configurations • Top or bottom cable entry • Outdoor non–walk-in.30 1.2.80 13. If an arc is detected. The asymmetric capability ratio rating is 1. a tripping signal is sent within 2 ms to trip the appropriate upstream breaker.6 11.00 15. security and alarm features.5 11. Interrupting time is rated at 5 cycles (0 —100%). Withstand Voltage kV rms 19 19 36 36 36 36 Rated Short Impulse Circuit Current Level kA Sym (BIL) kV Crest @ Min. and control.25 1. rms 4.00 Low Freq.0 6.30 1.20 13.00 15.76 4. For more information. 2000.80 13. rms 250 350 500 500 750 1000 3. kV kV 60 60 95 95 95 95 36 50 41 23 36 50 29 50 33 18 28 50 Capability Short Time kA rms 2 Sec.24 1.76 8.16 4. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Rated Voltage (kV) Min. and communications compatibility with most industrial and utility control systems and protocols. 36 50 41 23 36 50 Close and Latch kAPeak 97 132 111 62 97 130 Rated Voltage Range Factor Breaker Type Nominal Voltage Class (kV) Nominal MVA Class 5ADV36 5ADV49 7.00 1.

4 mm) dress panel is added to each end of a lineup. Height is 95 inches (2413 mm).6) 1200 A Breaker 2000/3000 A Breaker PT* Medium-Voltage Products CPT NOTE: All modules are 36 (914.2) for 50 kA rating.4 mm) wide.20.6) instrument 38 (965.8) 38 (965.4) wide. 38 (965.13 Standard rating structure for ac HV circuit breakers Preferred ratings for ac HV circuit breakers Standard test procedure for ac HV circuit breakers Standard for metal-clad and station-type cubicle switchgear Requirements for instrument transformers NEMA CC1 SG-5 NEC NFPA 70 EEMAC G14-1 Guide for surge withstand capability tests Arc-resistant test procedure (SafeGear Only) National Electric Code (Applicable Portions) Electric power connections Power switchgear assemblies ANSI/IEEE 47 Module Dimensions All SafeGear and Advance switchgear sections are 36 inches (914.06 C37. 57 (1447.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Metal-Clad SafeGear® and Advance™ SPECIFICATIONS Standards ANSI C37.6) 19 (482.04 C37.2) instrument 57 (1447.2) 19 (482.09 C37.2 C57.8) instrument 4 214 .8 mm) for unusual cable requirements. *PT compartment 38 (965. A one-inch (25.2) 19 (482. Standard depth is 85 inches (2159 mm) with an optional extended depth enclosure of 92 inches (2336.

or 3000 A breaker 95" (2413 mm) instrument or power company metering section 85 (2159) Low Voltage 95 (2413) typical Low Voltage 1200 A Breakers 1200 or 2000 A Breaker w/PT Low Voltage Low Voltage 3000 A one-high 1200 or 2000 A with fused CPT For more information.6 mm) instrument compartment 1200 A breaker PT compartment 38" (965. or 3000 A breaker Two (2) PT compartments 19" (482. 2000. or 3000 A breaker CPT compartment 19" (482. 2000.abb. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions 1200 A breaker 19" (482.8 mm) instrument compartment 1200.6 mm) instrument compartment 1200. 2000. or 3000 A breaker 57" (1447. 215 ABB .Manufactured at ABB Inc.6 mm) instrument compartment 1200. Lake Mary.2 mm) instrument 1200. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. 2000.

easy installation. such as compactness. Parts needing access. consistently utilizing new technology without the limitations given by the old type components. operation. are in this concept fully and safely accessible. and high personnel safety and service reliability. internal arc eliminated within 5 ms Open arc tested Integrated remote motor-operated disconnector/grounding switch Continuous monitoring SCADA system communication Designed for modern environmental demands Special DNV marine application design 1. and interlocking between the apparatus in the switchgear.0g vibration test (Zone 4) Standardized outdoor buildings Integrated battery system 4 Medium-Voltage Products 216 . The protection relays and operating pushbuttons are replaced by bay computers handling all protection. safely keeping the operating area free for the operating personnel and limiting the needed space. The basic philosophy for the switchgear architecture is to keep all highvoltage parts in one separate compartment and all mechanical and auxiliary parts fully accessible outside the high-voltage compartment. like auxiliaries and circuit breaker actuators. it also results in many general advantages. The cubicles have sliding doors. FEATURES Standard Main circuit-encapsulated design Tubular busbars Coil spring contacts Active arc eliminator. The modern control system needs less wiring.” The concept is designed for fast and simple installation on site. even when the high-voltage parts are alive and the circuit breaker is closed. Besides the incorporation of software intelligence.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Metal-Enclosed AX1 The newly launched medium-voltage switchgear AX1 represents a new and functional approach to the switchgear architecture. The switchgear is supplied with a specially developed and extremely fast “Arc Eliminator.

5 Standards UL Metal-enclosed circuit breaker switchgear IEC 60 056 Circuit breakers IEC 60 129 Disconnector and earthing switch IEC 60 137 Cable glands for more than 1000 V IEC 60 185 Current transformer IEC 60 044-8 Electrical current transducers IEC 60 186 Voltage transformer IEC 60 044-7 Electrical voltage transformers IEC 60 529 Degree of protection (IP-code) IEC 60 298 A.5 16 — 31.2 inches 25.com.3 inches 400 — 550kg (depending on rating) For more information. Lake Mary.5 inches 41.abb.Sourced through ABB Inc. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 217 ABB .5 Open Arc Test 1 Sec (kA) 16 — 40 16 — 40 16 — 31.C. FL +407-732-2000 +407-732-2132 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Rated Voltage (kV) 12 15 24 27 BIL Level (kV) 75 95 125 125 Rated Current (A) 630 — 3150 630 — 3150 630 — 2500 630 — 2000 Short Time Current 3 Sec (kA) 16 — 40 16 — 40 16 — 31. metal-enclosed switchgear IEC 60 660 Isolators of organic material IEC 60 694 Common clauses for switchgear IEC 60 932 Enclosed switchgear to be used in severe climatic conditions DNV Marine approval Standard Panel Design Dimensions Height: Width: Depth: Weight: 88.5 16 — 31.

load interrupter switches with proven. It can also be configured as type PKC power switching centers for economical power distribution and circuit protection. Meters and instruments are isolated from highvoltage equipment by grounded steel barriers. Main bus system is 100% copper and does not require insulation to meet ANSI dielectric ratings. transitions. control. bus ties. feeders. Reliable exterior operating handle and internal mechanism actuation system provide smooth. Both configurations are available with fused or unfused UL listed load interrupter switches and a full range of metering. superior quality construction and can be provided for indoor or outdoor installation. jaw-type stationary contacts With main blades open. 4 Medium-Voltage Products 218 . UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Reliable quick-make. A solidly grounded metal barrier protects operating personnel from energized bus and switch parts. Solid copper ground bus extends throughout assembly. requiring the switch to be in the open position for access to the switch or fuses and also requiring the door to be closed before the switch can be closed. consistent manual operation over a long life. dependable operating mechanisms. Padlock provisions Polycarbonate material windows allow observation of switch position and general condition. Switches are available in single or duplex arrangements and with main switches. interrupting blades are fully visible for inspection. quick-break. Both product lines feature rugged.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Load Interrupter PK™ Primary Entrance Unit PKC™ Power Switching Center ABB load interrupter switchgear is available in 5 — 15 kV ratings and configured as type PK primary entrance units serving as power disconnects for primary and secondary unit substations and service entrances. and power company metering sections. and communications options. copper current-carrying blades. The front door of each compartment is mechanically interlocked. and high-pressure.

volts. so an installation is only as final as the user’s plans for expansion.76 15. Switches and fuses are front-accessible.or crimp-type). single-frame. Primary cable terminals may be routed for top or bottom entry. FL +407-732-2000 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Choice of indoor or outdoor construction Choice of main bus ratings at 600 or 1200 A continuous current and 40 or 61 kA momentary current 600 or 1200 A switch ratings. and fuses (when required) are installed in lower compartments. frequency. Construction Type Indoor Outdoor Width Inches (mm) 36 (914.00 4.com.4) Industry Standards PK and PKC construction complies with the industry standards.8 2.8) 111 (2819. 219 ABB . For more information. including: ANSI C37.4 UL Listing File E146347(M) *Includes 7" front and rear roof overhang. fused or unfused Control selector switches Current and potential transformers Metering: amps.Manufactured at ABB Inc. The following dimensions apply to both fused and unfused switch modules. modular building blocks.9 — 13. kW-hours.3-1987 IEEE PC37. Transducers Auxiliary switches Remote communications equipment Station service (control power) transformers Lightning arresters Auxiliary frames Power company metering frames Insulated bus Cable lugs (clamp.4) Depth Inches (mm) 64 (1625.4) 36 (914.abb.00 Rated Impulse BIL (kV) 60 95 60 95 Low Freq. kvar-hours.8 Rated Maximum Voltage (kV) 4. Connections to transformers are also available using bus duct or close-coupled throat connections. etc.16 6.4 — 4. or pothead connections Key interlock system for safety interlocking Space heaters to reduce condensation (standard on outdoor equipment) Thermostats and circuit breakers for heaters (pull-out fuses standard) Expulsion-type fuses (when specified) SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Voltage Nominal System Rating (kV) 2. The main bus is extendable on both ends. Withstand (kV) 19 36 19 36 Rated Continuous Current (A) 600 600 1200 1200 Current LoadMomentary Interrupting Current rms Current Asym (kA) (A) 600 600 1200 1200 40 40 61 61 Fault Closing Current rms Asym (kA) 40 40 61 61 2-sec Short Time Current Asym (kA) 25 25 38 38 Standard Design Dimensions ABB primary entrance units and power switching centers are manufactured in a variety of free-standing. vars. cable supports. Lake Mary.20.6) 78 (1981.20. power.76 15.9 — 13. and multi-frame arrangements from standard. watts. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.2)* Height Inches (mm) 102 (2590.16 6.4 — 4.

Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Motor Control Center SafeGear® and Advance™ SafeGear Motor Control Center (MCC) is a complete line of arc-resistant motor control centers with ratings to 7. and it also protects nearby equipment from collateral damage. The integrated SafeGear product line uses common accessories and operating procedures for both switchgear and motor controls. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Reliable. and other motor loads. non-vented doors with closed-door racking Load contacts automatically grounded by truck withdrawal Truck can be padlocked in disconnect position. back. air movement. proven vacuum contactors (fused-type) are suitable for full voltage. isolated. except that it does not offer the advantages of arc-resistant construction. designed for use in heavy material handling. This level of arc resistance protects workers around the front. • Long-life vacuum interrupters with clean. quiet operation • Advanced contact design for minimum current chop • Contactor operation powered by on-board 2 kVA Control Power Transformer (CPT) • Fuses and CPT mounted on contactor truck for easy maintenance • Up to six (6) auxiliary contacts installed on contactor Heavy duty construction using rigid. chemical processing. and sides of the equipment from the catastrophic effects of an internal arc fault. plus a transition section that allows back-to-back arrangements with flush front panels. • Connected (primary and secondary contacts engaged) • Disconnected (automatic primary shutters closed and secondary contacts disengaged) 4 Medium-Voltage Products 220 . or other demanding industrial applications. Ratings are also available for switching non-inductive loads. tested to the requirements of EEMAC G14-1. SafeGear MCC is designed for superior reliability and durability over a long life. Dedicated. synchronous. Advance MCC is similar to SafeGear. even with door closed. low-voltage compartment for protection and control devices Withdrawable contactor truck with two distinct positions provides for properly sequenced contactor removal and visible disconnect of primary circuit without requiring a separate disconnect switch. reversing and non-reversing. provide the only integrated lineup of arc-resistant switchgear and motor control centers in the industry. reduced voltage. Plus it contains the latest safety features that include arc-resistant type B construction. selfsupporting modules fabricated from pre-coated Galvalume steel for superior corrosion resistance in industrial installations Rugged.2 kV. Match-and-line capabilities with SafeGear metal-clad switchgear.

8 mm) copper ground bus Ample room for both load cables and control wiring Microprocessor-based protection and control OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Extremely flexible system arrangements • One-high or two-high configurations • Top or bottom cable entry • Indoor back-to-wall or back-to-back arrangements • Indoor NEMA 1.3-1987.13-1978 NEMA: ICS 1.STANDARD FEATURES (continued) Self-aligning.abb. no tapering.or tin-plating of main bus system Key interlock system for safety interlocking The optional ABB Arc Guard system further improves safety by detecting an arc fault in any primary compartment. 221 ABB . automatic. Outdoor NEMA 3R. 3 Part 2.20. Front access to primary contacts and main bus Standard 1 ⁄ 4 x 2-inch (6. and non–walk-in • PDC installation available Choice of withdrawable voltage transformers. If an arc is detected. thereby minimizing arc duration and the potential for injury to nearby personnel. primary and secondary contacts Automatic primary shutters made of transparent polycarbonate material to allow inspection of contacts without exposure to high-voltage circuits Arc-resistant viewing window on contactor compartment doors for closed-door visual inspections Safety interlocks prevent: • Opening compartment door when contactor is connected • Racking contactor when door is open • Racking a closed contactor • Closing a contactor in intermediate positions • Inserting an improperly rated contactor Up to two (2) front-accessible CTs per phase mounted on durable glass-polyester bushings and contact supports Main bus is 100% copper with full round edges. 2. and hard bus connections with full-load capacity to every contactor compartment. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 6. 2. and other control features Space heaters (standard on outdoor equipment) Floor-rolling or overhead contactor lift device Seismic certification through UBC Zone 4 Silver. C57. ground current sensors. SPECIFICATIONS Industry Standards ANSI: C37. a tripping signal is sent within 2 ms to trip the appropriate upstream breaker.3.35 x 50. 250 NEC: 1996 Edition (applicable portions) UL: 347 For more information.com.

Manufactured at ABB Inc.8 PF 1 PF Induction Motors NEMA 1 Non-Ventilated 1-high 1-high 2-high 2-high NEMA 3R 1-high 1-high 2-high 2-high Lower Lower Lower Upper 310 600 310 280 1250 2500 1250 1000 1500 2750 1500 1250 1250 2500 1250 1000 2000 4500 2000 1750 2500 5000 2500 2250 2000 4500 2000 1750 3500 — 3500 3000 4000 — 4000 3500 3500 — 3500 3000 Lower Lower Lower Upper 360 650 360 280 1500 2750 1500 1000 1750 3000 1750 1250 1500 2750 1500 1000 2500 5000 2500 1750 3000 5500 3000 2250 2500 5000 2500 1750 4000 — 4000 3000 5000 — 5000 3500 4000 — 4000 3000 Medium-Voltage Products Standard Design Dimensions SafeGear MCC and Advance MCC contactor sections are only 30 inches (762 mm) wide in all voltage and current ratings. Three-Phase Synchronous Motors . Lake Mary.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Motor Control Center SafeGear® and Advance™ SPECIFICATIONS Ratings and Application Guide SafeGear MCC and Advance MCC are available in voltage ratings from 2300 V to 7200 V with main bus ratings of 1200.8 PF 1 PF Induction Motors 6600 V. The following table provides typical application data and approximate maximum horsepower at various common application voltages. or 3000 A continuous current. Main bus bracing is for 50. Three-Phase Synchronous Motors .000 A symmetrical momentary current. 4 222 . even for stacked compartments. Each lineup requires a 20-inch (508 mm) wide incoming compartment for primary cable connections or a 20-inch (508 mm) wide transition section to metal-clad or primary disconnect switchgear. FL +407-732-2000 Maximum Horsepower at Utilization Voltages Arrangement Enclosed Maximum Contactor Continuous Location Current (A) 2300 V. Three-Phase Synchronous Motors .8 PF NEMA 1 Ventilated 1-high 1-high 2-high 2-high Lower Lower Lower Upper 360 720 360 320 1500 3000 1500 1250 1750 3500 1750 1500 1500 3000 1500 1250 2500 5500 2500 2250 3000 6000 3000 2500 2500 5500 2500 2250 4000 — 4000 3500 5000 — 5000 4500 4000 — 4000 3500 1 PF Induction Motors 4000 V. 2000.

stored-energy operating mechanism (similar to ADVAC) and includes on-board auxiliary switches. and controls ZV-2 is indoor switchgear. air-insulated. and circuit breaker operating system Low-voltage compartments completely isolated from high-voltage compartments Circuit breaker uses dependable vacuum interrupters with proven type VD-4 frontaccessible. Front access to primary contacts and main bus Standard 1 ⁄ 4 x 2-inch (6. ZV-2 is available in single. instrumentation. ANSI interrupting ratings are available through 38 kV.Gas-Insulated ZV-2™ ABB type ZV-2 gas-insulated switchgear combines the advanced operational and interruption characteristics of vacuum circuit breakers with arc-resistant switchgear. 223 ABB . control connections. The sealed SF6 system prevents entry of contaminants. low-voltage compartments for easy inspection and maintenance.abb. completely sealed. Sealed compartments also further reduce the chance of an internal arc fault. high-voltage enclosure-filled with SF6 at low-level overpressure SF6 pressure sensors and monitoring system Available with custom protection. Up to two (2) front-accessible CTs per phase mounted on durable glass-polyester bushings and contact supports Main bus is 100% copper with full round edges. and hard bus connections with full-load capacity to every contactor compartment. with primary circuits and interrupters located in sealed SF6 com- partments. ISO 9001 Certified STANDARD FEATURES Ratings up to 52 kV operating voltage and 250 kV BIL ANSI certification of interrupting ratings available to 38 kV Full range of IEC ratings and capabilities available in all voltages Continuous current ratings up to 2500 A Interrupting ratings up to 40 kA 100% copper primary bus Dedicated low-voltage compartment for instruments. Protection and metering components and control circuits are also mounted in low-voltage compartments. greatly reducing internal clearance requirements. This results in very compact switchgear in operating voltages through 52 kV. virtually eliminating routine maintenance of the primary components and bus system.35 x 50. Available with integral disconnect and grounding switches Seismic certification available for UBC Zone 4 Extremely compact switchgear offering 40% floor space savings over conventional air-insulated switchgear in similar ratings Rugged.and double-bus arrangements with bus compartments isolated and separately sealed from circuit breaker compartments. Primary compartments are sealed and filled with SF6 gas at very low overpressure.com.8 mm) copper ground bus Ample room for both load cables and control wiring Microprocessor-based protection and control For more information. no tapering. The operating mechanism and control components are mounted in front-accessible. outdoor installation is available in power distribution centers. The circuit breakers are fixed-mounted. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

5 31. Low-voltage instrument compartment 224 . or 2500 A continuous current at all available voltages. Main bus compartment B. Lake Mary.5 Sourced through ABB Inc. Instrument transformers E. FL +407-732-2000 Rated main bus currents: 1250.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Gas-Insulated ZV-2™ SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Rated Voltage (kV) 12 24 36 38 52 Power Frequency Withstand Voltage (kV) 28 50 70 80 95 Impulse Level (BIL) (kV) 75 125 170 200 250 Rated Short Time Current (3 Seconds) (kA) 31. Ground switch compartment C. 2000. Vacuum interrupters D.5 31. 1600.5/40 31. Standard Design Dimensions Height Inches (mm) 88 (2250) min 99 (2510) max Depth Inches (mm) 71 (1800) min 95 (2400) max Width Inches (mm) 30 (750) Typical Section View 4 Medium-Voltage Products A.5 31.

depending on ratings. IS-Limiter reduces costs by avoiding unnecessary energy loss. 225 ABB . FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings IS-Limiter is capable of handling short circuit currents up to 230 kA at the following continuous operating ratings. IS-Limiter is capable of handling high. continuous. reducing the ratings and costs of new switchgear and eliminating the need to replace existing switchgear. IS-Limiter devices are fixed-mounted in ANSI switchgear enclosures 36 to 48 inches (914. Nuisance trips are avoided.000 36.Fault Current Limiter IS-Limiter™ ABB IS-Limiter is a high-speed fault current limiter that reduces the cost of the power distribution infrastructure as system available fault currents grow beyond the capabilities of existing switchgear. through the addition of utility ties and new generation capacity. The peak current is never reached. The IS-Limiter has solved such problems in over 2500 installations worldwide.com. By monitoring both the momentary value of current and the rate of rise the IS-Limiter control system activates an interrupting cartridge to limit short circuit currents on the first current rise in less than 3 ms. In reactor bypass applications.000 BIL (kV) — 75 95 125 170 Available Continuous Current Ratings (A) 1250/2000/3000/4500 1250/2000/2500/3000/4500 1250/2000/2500/3000/4500 1250/1600/2000/2500 1250/2000/2500 For more information. and fault currents in voltage ratings to 36 kV.4 to 1219.500 24. for example.abb.2 mm) wide. Rated Voltage (V) 750 12. A separate cabinet contains measuring and tripping devices. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.000 17. Sensors and controls are mounted in the same enclosure. IS-Limiter functions as a system interconnect or bus tie that limits fault currents. and the system trips only when it is at risk. Cartridges are easily replaced and returned for refurbishment. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Lake Mary.

PTs. well before protective relays would normally operate.) and connected to a control unit by fiber optic cables. The control unit transmits the trip signal and records the compartment in which the fault occurred. Arc Guard immediately sends a signal (within 2 ms) to trip the upstream circuit breaker to limit arc duration.Medium-Voltage Distribution Switchgear Fault Current Limiter Arc Guard® The ABB Arc Guard System monitors the interior of switchgear and electrical distribution cabinets to detect the light emitted by an internal arc fault. Sourced through ABB Inc. thereby greatly improving personnel safety and reducing equipment damage. etc. FL +407-732-2000 4 Medium-Voltage Products 226 . Arc Guard is available with all new switchgear from ABB as well as for retrofitting all types of installed switchgear. Each control unit can monitor up to nine sensors. main bus. Current flow is also monitored to eliminate nuisance trips. Lake Mary. The Arc Guard system uses light sensors mounted in primary compartments (circuit breakers. This early action minimizes the release of energy.

see product pages 223-224) For more information.abb. manufactured.com. compartmented switchgear with fixed-mount vacuum circuit breakers and double-bus option (ZV-2 carries dual ratings. individual primary compartments. and Asia. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.IEC Switchgear and Motor Controls ABB offers a complete line of switchgear and motor controls that have been designed. or other complete systems. 227 ABB . These products are often used by large industrial and consulting firms managing projects in Europe. extensive technical support and commercial services are available locally to support project development by companies based in North America. and type-tested to IEC standards. and drawout vacuum circuit breakers Compact gas-insulated IEC switchgear with single-bus system and fixed-mount vacuum circuit breakers Gas-insulated.2 — 24 12 — 24 12 — 52 Air-insulated IEC switchgear with arc-resistant construction. Africa. please contact your ABB Sales Representative. or to inquire about the availability of other products for IEC applications. SELECTION GUIDE Product Voltage (kV) Features IEC MV Switchgear ZS-1 Z X-1 Z V-2 7. power distribution centers. This section provides a brief summary of some of the available products. For more detailed information. rated. While many of these products are manufactured in ABB locations around the world. IEC switchgear products can be purchased individually or integrated with transformers and other components into unit substations.

and 40 (1000) 4 228 . ZS-1 features closed-door operation and racking. ISO 9001 Certified Sourced through ABB Inc. storedenergy operating mechanisms (similar to ADVAC) and include on-board auxiliary switches. Lake Mary. 32 (800).5 24 Standard Design Dimensions Height Inches (mm) 87 (2200) Depth Inches (mm) 52 (1300) and 59 (1500) Width Inches (mm) 26 (650). manufactured. 298.000 mechanical operations. ZS-1 is available with advanced microprocessor-based protection and metering. The circuit breakers use dependable vacuum interrupters with proven type VD-4 front-accessible. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Rated Voltage (kV) 7. and 56 and includes the added value of arc-resistant construction. The circuit breakers have been tested to 30. Integral grounding switches are standard. ZS-1 also incorporates many features of ANSI metal-clad construction. and tested in accordance with IEC standards 694. plus remote control and automation capabilities. Optional configurations include disconnect switches and integral vacuum contactor sections for motor controls.IEC Switchgear and Motor Controls Medium-Voltage ZS-1 ZS-1 switchgear is designed.2 12 Rated Power Frequency Withstand (kV) 20 28 38 50 Rated Impulse Withstand BIL (kV) 60 75 95 125 Rated Short Circuit Current (kA) 50 50 40 25 Rated Short Time Current (3 Seconds) (kA) 50 50 40 25 Rated Peak Withstand (kA) 125 125 100 63 Main Bus Rating (A) 4000 4000 4000 2000 Medium-Voltage Products 17. with arc-resistant observation windows on breaker compartment doors. such as drawout circuit breakers with steel barrier isolation of primary circuits and isolated low-voltage compartments for controls and wiring.

and 56. ZX-1 is also gas-insulated using a single primary chamber sealed and filled with N2. Lake Mary. or a combination of the gases at a slight overpressure. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. SF6. ZX-1 is available with integral grounding switches as well as advanced microprocessor-based controls with local or remote operator interface.com. Gas pressure sensors and constant self-monitoring equipment are included. ZX-1 switchgear uses fixed-mounted vacuum circuit breakers with proven type VD-4 front-accessible. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Rated Voltage (kV) 12 17.5 24 Rated Short Time Current (3 Seconds) (kA) 31.000 mechanical operations. This results in high dielectric capabilities in compact switchgear (only 24" [610 mm] wide at 12 kV) with a greatly reduced chance of an internal arc fault. 298.abb. Arc-resistant construction is standard.Medium-Voltage ZX-1 ZX-1 switchgear is a single-bus system that complies with IEC standards 694. 229 ABB . All ratings shown at 50/60 Hz. ISO 9001 Certified Sourced through ABB Inc. stored-energy operating mechanisms that have been tested to 30.5 25 25 Rated Peak Withstand (kA) 80 63 63 Standard Design Dimensions Height Inches (mm) 77 (1950) Depth Inches (mm) 48 (1200) min 50 (1250) max Width Inches (mm) 24 (600) min 32 (800) max Main bus rated at 2000 A for all voltages. For more information.

which includes nuclear safety related applications. 4 230 . FBK. short-time. Training. ISO 9001 Certified Class 1E Nuclear Certification Available as Applicable VHK-X Direct-Replacement Vacuum Breakers for Types HK and HKV Switchgear ABB VHK-X breakers are direct replacements for air-magnetic and vacuum breakers in older HK and HKV switchgear. SafeGear and Advance. Training. ISO 9001 Certified MPSC-2000™ Trip Unit Retrofit KITS for Low-Voltage Breakers The MPSC-2000 trip device (please see page 204 for details) is available as a retrofit kit for upgrading breakers with electromechanical. and Service Authentic Renewal Parts For switchgear manufactured by ITE. barriers and supports. The compact size and separate CT module allow MPSC-2000 to be used to retrofit virtually any low-voltage power circuit breaker. Voltage monitoring and remote communications are also available. and hardware. instantaneous. and ABB The name has changed over the years. or earlier generation microprocessor trip devices. Components service personnel are on-call 24 hours a day. ABB specializes in long-term support for an extensive base of installed equipment. and now. installation. direct-replacement circuit breakers and parts for switchgear types HK. and the following components: current sensors. Directreplacement breakers enable rating upgrades and life extension without modifications to the switchgear and also provide a lowcost alternative to continually rebuilding breakers or replacing complete lineups. Brown Boveri. and ground-current standard protection functions with user-selectable settings provide additional flexibility. Parts. are available from ABB. and warranted direct replacements from the original manufacturer. and Extended Warranties A full complement of aftermarket services. Each retrofit kit also includes the MPSC-2000 instructions for operation.VHK-X breakers also provide the security of factory-made. magnetic latch. Long-time. including product training and extended warranties. contact ABB at 1-800-929-SWGR. authentic. tested. but ABB is the original manufacturer and only source for new. HKV. solid-state. ISO 9001 Certified Medium-Voltage Products Customer Service. BBC. wiring harness. Many parts are stocked in a dedicated warehouse and available for 24-hour shipment. a detailed database provides information on replacement parts for switchgear and breakers dating back over 40 years. For information on switchgear or circuit breaker replacement parts or aftermarket services. K-LINE. 365 days a year. HK-II. For fast and accurate service.Switchgear Aftermarket/Switchgear OEM Components Switchgear Aftermarket Products and Services Replacement Circuit Breakers. Gould.

231 ABB . R-ADVAC™. ISO 9001 Certified For detailed information on these switchgear OEM components. and Type VHK ADVAC 5 — 27 kV Drawout Vacuum Circuit Breakers ADVAC advanced design vacuum circuit breakers feature a simple operating mechanism designed specifically for use with vacuum interrupters. please contact your ABB OEM Sales Representative (see pages 208 and 232). or secondary disconnects. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified R-ADVAC 5 — 15 kV Fixed-Mounted and Retrofit Vacuum Circuit Breakers ADVAC 5 — 15 kV circuit breakers are available in fixed-mounted R-ADVAC arrangements for converting aging air-magnetic circuit breakers. these units use an operating mechanism with proven dependability. Optional on-board auxiliary contacts eliminate the need for cell-mounted MOC switches and related mechanical linkages. interrupters. and 3000 A. R-ADVAC breakers are available in smaller widths at 5 kV ratings for efficient conversions of conventional 26" (660 mm) wide air-magnetic breakers. R-ADVAC breakers have the same operating mechanism. The OEM frames are available as stackable modules for two-high switchgear or as full-height. full-depth frames with a spacious instrument compartment above the breaker compartment. UL Listing Available ISO 9001 Certified Type VHK Drawout Vacuum Circuit Breakers VHK vacuum circuit breakers feature an extremely compact frame size in ratings of 5 kV through 350 MVA. upgrading interrupting ratings. Like all VHK breakers. and control components as the drawout versions but are supplied without the racking system. The R-ADVAC breakers can also be used in metal-enclosed. These breakers are compatible with OEM frames that are only 26" (660 mm) wide. fast operation. They are also capable of rolling directly from the floor into lower compartments without the use of a lift truck. 1000 MVA. and control characteristics of vacuum circuit breakers. where some feeders may require the durability. The full range of ANSI ratings is available through 15 kV. Maintenance features include front access to the operating mechanism. docking dolly.Circuit Breakers ADVAC™.The racking system is self-contained so maintenance can be performed outside the breaker compartment and away from energized primary and secondary circuits. ADVAC breakers have self-aligning primary and secondary contacts. load interrupter switchgear applications. or extending the life of existing switchgear. and integral wheels for easy floor maneuvering. primary. Please refer to page 212 for ratings and other important features. or ramp. with fully automatic operation of both primary shutters and secondary contacts. a charging system.

This results in a compact switch for use in metal-enclosed switchgear. which allows mounting upright or inverted. VersaRupter is available with a choice of direct or chain-drive manual open/close operation. or right side operation. VersaRupter is named for its unusual versatility. with front. A 38 kV rating at 600 A is also available. These switches use an innovative puffer and nozzle system to quickly and efficiently extinguish the arc of full-load interruptions. left. motorized closing. and two-step grounding options. mining. Current-limiting fuse mountings are also available.Switchgear OEM Components Load Interrupter Switches VersaRupter™ Load Interrupter Switches VersaRupter load interrupter switches are available in ratings from 5 — 27 kV at 600 and 1200 A. through 600 A ISO 9001 Certified 4 Medium-Voltage Products 232 . shunt trip. padmounted cabinets. UL Listing Available in Ratings of 5 — 15 kV. and capacitor switching applications.

reducing the need for costly cooling equipment. off-the-shelf drive. cutting drive size and increasing reliability. 233 ABB . requires only 12 power semiconductor devices in the inverter. Simplified input cabling cuts installation time and costs.Therefore. the technology reduces the number of components required. As a standard. Using fewer components in the ACS 1000 leads to a more compact design and greater drive reliability.3. For more information.com. pumps. for example. If low-voltage IGBTs are used. with faster delivery and quicker installation than engineered solutions. Standard ACS drive operator interface cuts training and operation costs. Sourced through ABB Inc.3. and the device control circuitry in an integrated package. whereas the same drive using high-voltage IGBTs may require 24 devices. IGCTs need fewer components than conventional medium-voltage drives. 12-pulse rectifier as standard to reduce harmonics High power factor APPLICATIONS Industries can benefit from the ACS 1000 where standard applications such as fans. Called Integrated Gate Commutated Thyristor (IGCT).Medium-Voltage ac Drives ACS 1000 The ACS 1000 medium-voltage drive incorporates new power switching technology specially developed by ABB to achieve a drive that is extremely compact. the ACS 1000 is suitable for most applications. GCT (Gate Commutated Thyristor). compressors. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. WI +800-752-0696 STANDARD FEATURES Pre-engineered drive for fast delivery Can be fitted onto existing squirrel cage motors 80% fewer power semiconductors for high reliability compared to most IGBT solutions Extremely compact for easy retrofitting IGCT brings fast switching and low losses. as many as 60 devices may be needed. and 4. and conveyors can mostly be found include: Cement Chemical Mining Oil and gas Power generation Pulp and paper Water and waste water SPECIFICATIONS The ACS 1000 medium-voltage drive for speed and torque control of 315 — 5000 kW motors for voltages 2. A 4.16 kV IGCT drive.16 kV. DTC technology for outstanding torque and speed control performance Input isolation transformer can be mounted outside control room for space saving. 3.abb. IGCT—High Reliability in a Compact Size The IGCT brings together a versatile new power handling device. Sinusoidal output voltage reduces motor stress for long motor life. New Berlin.

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5 — 20 25 — 40 Air Air Interrupting Capacity (kA rms) 12 — 25 16 — 20 16 — 25 20 — 25 25 12. SELECTION GUIDE Type Voltage Class (kV) BIL (kV) Load Current (A) 600 800 15 R 110 1200 2000 3000 1200 27 125 — 150 2000 1200 15 110 2000 1200 V 27 125 — 200 2000 1200 38 125 — 200 2000 25 — 40 Air 25 — 40 25 — 40 Air Air 25 — 40 25 — 40 Air Air Two vacuum interrupters per phase for redundancy and insulation. All Type R and V breakers are air-insulated. 12. dead tank designs.Vacuum Circuit Breakers ABB vacuum circuit breakers are three-phase devices designed for distribution systems rated 15—38 kV and provide overcurrent protection with the reliability of vacuum interruption. eliminating the need for separate control houses. which provide additional safety to operating personnel. All designs have been tested to special application capacitor switching standards to assure reliable operation of capacitors or reactors. ABB manufactures all breakers to the latest ANSI standards and a variety of relay control packages to be wired in the low-voltage compartment. 235 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 — 20 Insulation Medium Air Air Air Air Air Air Two sets of current transformers can be added internally for internal and external control schemes.com. Features For more information.abb.

spring-close/spring-open operating mechanism One heater for the control cabinet and one for the mechanism compartment Contact position status “Open-Closed” semaphore Spring status “Charged-Discharged” semaphore Mechanical push to close button Manual spring-charging ratchet and removable handle Latch-checking switch Externally mounted “69” device to trip and block closing Mechanical 5-digit nonresettable trip operations counter Gasketed.0/0. wired. 12 through 25 kA. and 110/125/150 kV BIL.5 mils Certified test reports included in drawing packet with each unit One vacuum interrupter per phase Stored energy type. Two sets of current transformers can be added internally around each bushing for internal and external control schemes. STANDARD FEATURES Factory assembled.4) gray paint with average thickness of 2-2. hinged access door Stainless steel main nameplate Door window for viewing status indicators and counter OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES GFI convenience receptacle NEMA 4-hole pad or clamp-type terminals for bushings Ground clamp terminals Convenience light Test switches Control switches Indicating lights Medium-Voltage Products SPECIFICATIONS Voltage Range (kV) 15 — 27 Continuous Current (A) 600 — 3000 Interrupt Capacity (kA) 12 — 25 Impulse BIL (kV) 110 — 150 4 236 .Vacuum Circuit Breakers Type R The Type R breaker is a vacuum circuit breaker with ratings from 15 through 27 kV.09 Bushings: Six (6) ASA-70 gray porcelain bushings Standard ASA-70 (Munsell #5 BG 7. padlockable. and routine tested per ANSI C37. 600 through 3000 A.

please contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. For other rating dimensions. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). 600 A-1200 A. 237 ABB .com.Manufactured at ABB Inc.abb. This drawing represents 15 kV. For more information. and 16-25 kA. Lake Mary.

4) gray paint with average thickness of 2-2. spring-close/spring-open operating mechanism One heater for the control cabinet and one for the mechanism compartment Contact position status “Open-Closed” semaphore Spring status “Charged-Discharged” semaphore Mechanical push to close button Manual spring-charging ratchet and removable handle Latch-checking switch Externally mounted “69” device to trip and block closing Mechanical 5-digit nonresettable trip operations counter Gasketed. STANDARD FEATURES Factory assembled. and routine tested per ANSI C37. 25-40 kA.Vacuum Circuit Breakers Type V The Type V breaker is a vacuum circuit breaker with ratings of 15. and 38 kV.09 Bushings: Six (6) ASA-70 gray porcelain bushings Standard ASA-70 (Munsell #5 BG 7. 27.5 mils Certified test reports included in drawing packet with each unit Two vacuum interrupters per phase Stored energy type.0/0. wired. Two sets of current transformers can be added internally around each bushing for internal and external control schemes. This breaker has two vacuum interrupters per phase for redundancy and insulation. and 110-200 kV BIL. and 38 Continuous Current (A) 1200 — 2000 Interrupt Capacity (kA) 25 — 40 Impulse BIL (kV) 110 — 200 4 238 . hinged access door Stainless steel main nameplate Door window for viewing status indicators and counter OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES GFI convenience receptacle NEMA 4-hole pad or clamp-type terminals for bushings Ground clamp terminals Convenience light Test switches Control switches Indicating lights Medium-Voltage Products SPECIFICATIONS Voltage Range (kV) 15. 1200-2000 A. padlockable. 27.

abb. For other rating dimensions. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). This drawing represents 38 kV.Manufactured at ABB Inc.com. 1200 A. and 200 kV BIL. please contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative. For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Lake Mary. 239 ABB .

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Distribution Reclosers ABB offers a complete line of three-phase automatic circuit reclosers designed for use on distribution systems rated 15-38 kV. 241 ABB . SELECTION GUIDE Type Voltage Class (kV) BIL (kV) Load Current (A) 560 ESVA 15 110 800 1120 15 VR-3S 27 38 110 125 170 560—800 560—800 560—800 Interrupting Capacity (kA rms) 12 — 20 12 — 20 12 — 20 12 — 16 12 — 16 12 — 16 Solid Dielectric Solid dielectric insulation for polemounted or substation applications Insulation Medium Air Air Air Ideal for substation feeder installations Features For more information. They are used to minimize outages due to temporary faults. The sophisticated family of DPU relays and PCD controls gives the user a wide selection of microprocessor functions and communication systems. These reclosers are manufactured to the latest ANSI standards. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. ABB offers a choice of reclosing controls for greater flexibility in coordination with other system protective devices. The VR-3S is also available for pole-mounting applications.com. Both are available for substation mounting. ABB offers two types of reclosers: ESVA vacuum in air and the solid dielectric VR-3S.

Distribution Reclosers ESVA The Type ESVA recloser is a vacuum circuit recloser insulated in air to reduce maintenance and avoid environmental problems. and routine-tested per ANSI C37. padlockable. It has ratings of 15 kV.0/0.60 Bushings: Six (6) ASA-70 gray porcelain bushings Standard ASA-70 (Munsell #5 BG 7. STANDARD FEATURES Factory assembled. 560—1120 A. Two sets of current transformers can be added internally around each bushing for internal and external control schemes. and hinged access door Stainless steel main nameplate Door window for viewing status indicators and counter Medium-Voltage Products OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES GFI convenience receptacle NEMA 4-hole pad or clamp-type terminals for bushings Ground clamp terminals Convenience light Test switches Control switches Indicating lights SPECIFICATIONS Voltage Range (kV) 15 Continuous Current (A) 560 — 1120 Interrupt Capacity (kA) 12 — 20 Impulse BIL (kV) 110 4 242 . This recloser is ideal for feeder installations in a substation.5 mils Certified test reports included in drawing packet with each unit One vacuum interrupter per phase Stored energy type. wired. spring-close/spring-open operating mechanism One heater for the control cabinet and one for the mechanism compartment Contact position status “Open-Closed” semaphore Spring status “Charged-Discharged” semaphore Mechanical push to close button Manual spring-charging ratchet and removable handle Latch-checking switch Externally mounted “69” device to trip and block closing Mechanical 5-digit nonresettable trip operations counter Gasketed.4) gray paint with average thickness of 2—2. and 110 kV BIL. 12—20 kA.

243 ABB . FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. For more information. Lake Mary.Manufactured at ABB Inc.abb.

and hinged access door with drawing holder and three-point latching. This unit is compact and lightweight and is rated 15. This recloser incorporates state-of-the-art technology such as integrated sensors and magnetic actuators.Distribution Reclosers VR-3S The VR-3S is a three-phase. STANDARD FEATURES Assembled galvanized steel substation mounting frame or pole-mounting frame Recloser control cable pre-wired for voltage transformers Painted ANSI 70 gray control cabinet with a gasketed. no oil. 1/0 -500MCM) or NEMA spades (2 or 4 hole) Manual trip lever lockout feature Provisions for second set of arresters Potential transformers (PTs) PT mounting brackets Surge arresters Provisions for radio or modem in the control cabinet Retrofit controls for ABB reclosers and select other manufacturers’ reclosers SPECIFICATIONS Voltage Range (kV) 15. the great reduction of maintenance. the PCD. and 38 kV maximum voltage. and 38 Continuous Current (A) 560 — 800 Interrupt Capacity (kA) 12 — 16 Impulse BIL (kV) 110 — 170 4 244 . The cabinet includes a removable access plate with provisions for the communications antenna and equipment mounting panel. and the elimination of an RTU. 27. The PCD has a power supply capable of +24-hour carryover. providing thousands of operations without maintenance. is standard on the VR-3S. 27. vacuum circuit recloser with a solid dielectric insulator designed for pole-mounted or substation applications. 1—PCD (Power Control Device*) Mechanical trip handle Pole assembly Embedded vacuum interrupters Open/Close indicators Magnetic actuators Integrated sensors OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Medium-Voltage Products Substation mounting frame to match other manufacturers’ footprints Animal guards for recloser Clamp terminals (#6 . The VR-3S recloser is very economical considering the ease of installation.350MCM. padlockable. * See PCD on page 246. no SF6. ABB’s new power control device.

01) .82) 34.Manufactured at ABB Inc.320 (516) 71.75 DIA. (20) POLE MTG.18) 29.25 (82.653 (296) 30 (762) 20. HDW. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com.125 (485.891 (1826) 19. SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER 3.78) TRIP HANDLE 30. 245 ABB .31) 55 (1397. 18 (457) 18 (457) 11.343 (872.875 (758.abb. Lake Mary.125 (765. FL +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).55) For more information.

0 and MODBUS or ASCII MODBUS RTM protocol communication capabilities Recloser failure detection and alarm Weather-proof. demand watts. kWh. protection. front-mounted optical port for optical isolation Digital Metering: voltage.Distribution Reclosers Special Feature PCD The Power Control Device (PCD) is a state-of-the-art electronic device designed for today’s distribution automation systems. power factor. or ST fiber optic) Optional integral radio package Sensitive earth fault 4 246 . load profiling and condition monitoring provide crucial system information for managing today’s competitive distribution systems. control. FEATURES Standard Protection Reclosing Metering Programmable control Communications Power quality Three-phase operation Single-phase operation Local and remote fault status indication Protection settings stored in non-volatile RAM Records and reports operation and fault data Hardware expansion slots Integral temperature compensated battery charger Remote battery test capability Continuous self-checking with status indication Back-lit LCD display for easy reading Remote and local communications Programmable I/O contacts Simple menu-driven programming through HMI front panel Battery life algorithm and status indication WinPCD™ is a MS Windows-based program that provides communication with the PCD Fault Location (3-phase only) DNP 3. The PCD’s unique protective monitoring and programmable control features make it the ideal choice for recloser and breaker applications. kVarh. current. accurate metering. RS-485. and frequency Oscillography Two user programmable buttons on front panel ANSI and IEC recloser and user programmable curves Three setting groups Ground fault indicator Medium-Voltage Products Enhancements Loop feed application control logic Three rear port communications options (RS-232. reclosing functions. VARs. The PCD combines monitoring. Power quality. and communication in one economical package.

com. 32N) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Vandal guards Hot line tagging Loop Control Module (LCM) Independent phase tripping Input voltage (120 V or 240 VAC. and over frequency (81S. 79-4. 67N) Three frequency functions: load shedding. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 79-3. 125 V or 48 VDC) Various Input/Output voltages with the I/O card 2-pin AC power connector Sensitive earth fault For more information. restoration. 50P-2. 81R. 81O) ANSI. Copper.abb. and programmable curves Multishot reclosing: each reclose step allows independent programming of protective functions (79-1. 50N-2. 79-5) Reverse power (32P.APPLICATIONS Protective Functions Phase time over-current protection (51P) Phase instantaneous over-current protection (50P-1. 247 ABB . 79-2. 50N-3) Negative sequence over-current protection (46) Phase and ground directional over-current protection (67P. 50P-3) Ground over-current protection (51N) Ground instantaneous over-current protection (50N-1.

Range = 102 to 132 VAC 24 VDC at 0. at 120 VAC input on VA 4 248 .70 A.07 A.01% Hz Dropout 98% of setting 98% of setting 98% of setting 98% of setting 99. Range = 70 to 150 VDC 250 VDC at 0.01% Hz Timing (whichever is greater) +7% or + 16 ms +7% or + 16 ms +7% or + 16 ms +7% or + 16 ms +7% or + 16 ms +1 Cycle +1% of 51P and 51N time overcurrent pickup setting +1% of the VT connection setting +2% of 1 x V.90.730 VA VA VA VA at at at at 24 VDC 48 VDC 125 VDC 250 VDC 125 VDC 30 A 5A 0. Range = 38 to 56 VDC 125 VDC at 0. Range = 19 to 28 VDC 48 VDC at 0. 51P pickup setting x VT connection setting 0. Lake Mary.70 A.90. FL +407-732-2000 Value Current Rating based on the CT connection 5 A (16 A continuous.140 0.70 A.1 and IEC80255-22-1 Class III for all connections except communication or AUX ports Isolated communication ports and AUX ports per ANSI C37.90 using Oscillary SWC Test wave only and per IEC80255-22-1 Class III and 80255-22-4 Class III Impulse voltage withstand test per IEC80255-5 EMI test per trial use standard ANSI C37.90 up to 95% without condensation 3150 VDC for 1 s all circuits to ground except communication ports per IEC80255-05 2333 VDC for 1 s for isolated communication ports Medium-Voltage Products Humidity Dielectric Tolerances Over Temperature Range of -30°C to +70°C Element 51P/51N 50P/50N 46/67P 67N 27/59/81V/79V 81 Ammeter Voltmeter Power Meter Frequency Pickup +3% of setting +7% of setting +3% of 51P setting +3% of 51N setting +3% of setting +0.1 VA @ 5 A 50 or 60 Hz Voltage Rating based on the VT connection setting 0. and 450 A for 1 s) 1 A (3 A continuous.Distribution Reclosers Special Feature PCD SPECIFICATIONS PCD Ratings and Tolerances Parameter Current Input Circuits Input Rating Input Burden Frequency Manufactured at ABB Inc.5% of setting +0.2 Per ANSI C37.1 A Voltage Input Circuit Burden 69/120 V Wye 120/208 V Delta Frequency Control Power Burden Binary (Contact) Input Circuits Burden Binary Contacts Output Rating Each Contact at Tripping Continuous Break (Inductive) Operating Temperature Range Transient Immunity 120 VAC 30 A 5A 2A -40°C to + 70°C (operating temperatures below -20°C may reduce LCD display visibility) Surge withstand capability SWC and fast transient tests per ANSI C37.04 VA for VPH-N at 120 VAC 160 V continuous and 480 V for 10 s 260 V continuous and 480 V for 10 s 50 or 60 Hz 120 VAC at 0.17 A.360 0.3 A 250 VDC 30 A 5A 0. and 100 A for 1 s) Less than 0. Range = 200 to 280 VDC 0.01 Hz from 30-90 Hz.075 0.

Manufactured at ABB Inc. Automating any distribution system outside an electric utility substation environment could be realized through the use of recloser loop control schemes. The LCM is designed to detect either normal voltage or loss of voltage from one or two sources.Special Feature Loop Control Module (LCM) ABB’s Loop Control Module (LCM) is designed to be completely compatible with PCD control. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com. A recloser loop control scheme typically utilizes a predetermined number of PCD and LCM controlled VR-3S reclosers installed in series between two substation feeder circuits. For more information. Loop control schemes are typically located at or near key customers at various locations throughout the distribution system. Lake Mary. interfaced together via a simple control cable. The LCM feature provides isolation of any faulted section within a given distribution circuit. FL +407-732-2000 STANDARD FEATURES Loop Control Module increases restoration on distribution power systems APPLICATIONS Loop control schemes extend the reliability and implementation of distribution automation to establish a more effective operating power system in expectation of a competitive environment. while simultaneously reestablishing service to all customers unaffected by the faulted section within a relatively short period of time. 249 ABB . This new control module employs a design to provide sectionalizing control of either a recloser or a switch and the restoration of a distribution system by closing the tie-point recloser from another electrical source. loop control schemes are implemented to reduce the number of outages and to maintain reliable electrical power to a utility’s customer base. Ideally. and it will initiate preprogrammed logical steps to isolate the faulted section depending upon the voltage configuration and feeder location. The LCM is designed to implement a loop control function to sectionalize or remove the faulted section from the distribution system. The LCM is a sophisticated option that consists of the Loop Control Panel and a COM5 communication module inserted into the PCD. using the ABB VR-3S reclosers and PCD controllers equipped with the Loop Control Module.

Lake Mary.Distribution Reclosers Special Feature Single-Phase Tripping ABB’s single-phase tripping feature implemented in the PCD and VR-3S recloser is the first of its kind in the electric power industry. If three-phase tripping is required. continuity of service. It provides better system reliability. and minimizes lost revenue billings. Fault current is independently monitored on each phase to initiate the respective pole’s tripping action. FL +407-732-2000 4 Medium-Voltage Products 250 . Manufactured at ABB Inc. Single-phase tripping in the PCD is a firmware upgrade that allows single-phase monitoring and tripping. There are two modes of operation for single-phase tripping: OPUP (Only Picked-Up Phases) and OOAP (One Or All Phases). This is done through the standard protection elements on a per-phase basis. The single-phase tripping option is designed to be extremely flexible in order to meet the most demanding customer requirements. then the PCD can be configured to return to a three-phase tripping mode allowing the PCD to operate in its normal configuration with single-phase tripping disabled.

ABB manufactures a “seacoast” cutout designed with all non-ferrous materials. Additionally. ABB has a special galvanized unit with a powder paint coating resulting in better-than-normal corrosion resistance without the cost of non-ferrous components.8 .Distribution Cutouts ABB cutouts are single-phase devices designed for use on overhead distribution systems rated 7. ABB manufactures various types of cutouts to meet the specific requirements of most distribution systems. In addition. ABB has a single-phase electronic sectionalizer. For more information. and NEMA SG -2-1986 standards. designed to ride through short-term faults without a fuse operation.abb. visible indication of a fuse operation. the Autolink™. EEI.com.38 kV. sectionalizing points.41-1981 and C37. and visible breaks for maintenance personnel.42-1981. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Polymer concrete units are also available to protect cutouts from breakage and/or vandalism. These cutouts are manufactured to meet ANSI C37. Several special application cutouts have been designed to solve specific problems. 251 ABB . For superior corrosion performance.This eliminates nuisance fuse-tripping and saves considerable time and money in re-fusing operations. They provide overcurrent protection.

Choice of terminal connectors—tin-plated for use with aluminum or copper cable • Parallel groove—cable size from No. along with the Chance Type C cutout (within the same voltage class).1 inches (231 mm) 125 12. ICX fusetubes are interchangeable with other manufacturers. Copper alloy castings are used on fusetubes and bottom supports.8 — 34.8 inches (323 mm) 150 18.0 inches (457 mm) 170 26. and back Five sizes are offered: BIL Creepage Distance 110 9.Distribution Cutouts SELECTION GUIDE Type Voltage Class (kV) 7. bottom.5 110 — 200 7. 8 to 2/0 Stranded Common fuse support used at each voltage rating allowing complete interchangeability of 100 A and 200 A fuseholders and 300 A disconnect blade 4 Medium-Voltage Products 252 .0 inches (762 mm) Two different types of fusetubes are available: a high-strength glass fusetube or a moistureproof fusetube. The ABB ICX fusetube design is mechanically and electrically interchangeable with the S&C Type XS cutout. 8 to 4/0 ACSR or 250 MCM • Large eyebolt—cable size from No.8 — 38 BIL (kV) 110 — 200 Load Current (A) 100 — 300 100 — 300 100 — 300 Interrupting Capacity (kA rms) 2 — 20 6 — 20 8 — 16 Features Provides overcurrent protection for equipment that may be damaged by system overloads or fault conditions Performs as an outdoor loadbreak switch as well as a fused cutout for distribution systems Interchangeable design for use on the overhead distribution system NCX LBU-II ICX 7.8 — 38 110 — 170 STANDARD FEATURES Silver-to-silver contacts (top and bottom) —all contacts are silver-plated Solid porcelain insulators with cemented (potted) steel rods on top.2 inches (666 mm) 170 30. 6 to 4/0 ACSR or 250 MCM • Small eyebolt—cable size from No.

000 8000 10.000 6000 12.5 20/34.000 20.5 27 27 27 27 38 38 38 38 1 Style Numbers Current Type Cap On FuseHolder Solid Exp Solid Barrel Exp Solid Exp Solid Link Ext — Solid Exp Solid Link Ext Exp Solid Exp Link Ext1 Link Ext Exp Link Ext — Solid 2 1 1 1 1 Parallel Groove Terminal With NEMA Bracket 279C601A03MP 279C601A04 279C601A05 279C601A06 279C601A10MP 279C601A11 279C601A12 4991C51A23 279C601A13 279C601A14 279C601A17MP 279C601A18 279C601A19 1C08026A01 1C08026A09 279C601A22MP 279C601A23 4991C51A25MP1 4991C51A26MP 5482C66A20 4991C51A02MP 279C601A58 279C601A56 1 1 1 1 BIL (kV) 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 125 125 125 125 2003 200 150 150 150 200 125 125 2003 125 150 150 2003 150 3 3 Cont.000 12.000 12. In addition. 253 ABB . 12 kA Single Shot Extra creep design also available.) 12.000 12.000 12. reliable overcurrent protection. (A) 100 100 200 200 100 100 200 200 200 300 100 100 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 300 100 100 100 300 Interrupting (rms Asym.5 20/34.abb.000 Disconnect Eyebolt Without NEMA Terminal With NEMA Bracket Bracket 279C601A28 279C601A29 279C601A30 279C601A31 279C601A35 279C601A36 279C601A37 4991C51A24 279C601A38 279C601A39 279C601A42 279C601A43 279C601A44 1C08026A02 1C08026A06 1C08026A10 4986C51A35 279C601A48 4991C51A32 4991C51A33 5482C66A21 4991C51A04 4991C51A37 4986C51A58 4986C51A33 7191C90A56 1C08026A15 4986C51A59 279C602A03 279C602A04 279C602A05 279C602A06 279C602A10 279C602A11 279C602A12 4991C51A30 279C602A13 279C602A14 279C602A17 279C602A18 279C602A19 1C08026A03 1C08026A07 1C08026A11 4986C51A37 279C602A23 4991C51A34 4991C51A35 5482C66A22 4991C51A05 4991C51A38 4986C51A34 4986C51A31 7191C90A51 1C08026A16 4986C51A32 Replacement Fuseholder Style Number 279C606A03 279C606A04 279C606A05 279C606A06 279C606A10 279C606A11 279C606A12 279C606A30 279C606A13 279C606A14 279C606A17 279C606A18 279C606A19 279C606A48 279C606A49 279C606A50 279C606A22 279C606A23 279C606A31 279C606A32 279C606A53 279C606A25 279C606A35 279C606A21 279C606A40 279C606A54 279C606A56 279C606A21 Barrel Exp Link Ext1 1C08026A05MP1 Link Ext1 4991C51A20MP1 Link Ext — 2 1 7191C90A55 279C601A59 3 1 Link Ext1 1C08026A141 Requires removable button-head type fuse links. For more information.000 10.000 16.000 Disconnect 10.000 10. The NCX design provides overcurrent protection for equipment that may be damaged by a system overload or fault conditions.8/15 7.000 12.5 20/34.000 12.000 12.000 10.8/15 7. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. which results in application flexibility.000 16.000 10.8/15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 20/34.000 20. the NCX offers the user a long list of features.000 10.000 Disconnect 2000 10.8/15 7.000 16. trouble-free operation. and long life. non-interchangeable cutout that offers extended interrupting ratings up to 20 kA. easy installation. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Ratings Voltage Nominal (kV) 7.Non-Loadbreak NCX ABB’s NCX cutout has a long history of providing safe. outstanding performance. The NCX is a non-loadbreak.com.

Greensboro. Cap (kA) 20 20 — 16 16 10 10 16 16 — — Type Cap Exp Barrel Disc Exp Exp Solid Solid LE LE Disc Disc Manufactured at ABB Inc. moisture-proof tube. NC +407-732-2000 Arrester Rating 10 10 10 10 18 10 18 10 18 10 18 Standard Styles are Over/Under Designs—For Crossarm Mounting.8/15 7. 100 200 300 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 Int. For Specific Combinations—Contact your ABB Sales Representative. * = C (Normal Duty) H (Heavy Duty) R (Riser Pole) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Medium-Voltage Products Polymer concrete. and combination arrester options available on certain ratings.8/15 7.8/15 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 BIL 110 110 110 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 Cont. 4 254 . Curr.Distribution Cutouts Non-Loadbreak NCX SELECTOR GUIDE Cutout/Arrester Combinations Style Number N71EU*1011 N71BU*1011 N71DU*1011 N82EU*1011 N82EU*1811 N82TU*1011 N82TU*1811 N82MU*1011 N82MU*1811 N82DU*1011 N82DU*1811 kV 7.

000 Disconnect 6000 12. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. The LBU II offers extended interrupting ratings up to 20 kA. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Ratings Voltage Nom (kV) 7.5 20/34.000 16.000 12. 255 ABB .000 16.5 20/34.5 20/34. Loadbreak interruption is accomplished by means of a self-contained loadbreak arc chute.5 20/34.) 100 100 200 200 100 100 200 200 200 300 100 100 200 200 300 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 12.000 Disconnect 10.8/15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 20/34.000 20.000 12.000 10.5 27 27 27 27 27 1 Style Numbers Current Type Cap On FuseHolder Solid Barrel Exp Solid Barrel Exp Solid Barrel Exp Solid Link Ext — Solid Barrel Exp Solid Link Ext — Link Exp Solid Barrel Exp Link Ext — Solid Barrel Exp Link Ext1 Link Ext — 1 1 1 1 1 Parallel Groove Terminal With NEMA Bracket 279C790A03MP 279C790A04 279C790A05 279C790A06 279C790A10MP 279C790A11 279C790A12 4992C85A23 279C790A13 279C790A14 279C790A17MP 279C790A18 279C790A19 4992C85A36 279C790A21 1C08030A01MP 1C08030A05 279C790A21MP 279C790A23 4992C85A27MP 4992C85A28MP 279C790A27 279C790A24MP 4986C49A07 4992C85A02MP 4992C85A33MP 279C790A26 BIL (kV) 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 125 125 125 125 125 200 150 150 150 2002 150 125 125 125 200 125 2 2 Cont.8/15 7.000 Disconnect 10.000 12.000 Disconnect 2 Eyebolt Without NEMA Terminal With NEMA Bracket Bracket 279C790A38 279C790A32 279C790A07 279C790A39 279C789A48 279C790A34 279C789A49 4992C85A24 279C790A43 279C790A53 279C790A35 279C790A36 279C789A46 4992C85A37 279C789A47 1C08030A02 1C08030A06 279C789A44 279C790A49 4992C85A29 4992C85A30 279C789A45 279C790A63 4986C49A08 4992C85A04 4992C85A34 279C790A64 279C789A03 279C789A04 279C789A05 279C789A06 279C789A10 279C789A11 279C789A12 4992C85A25 279C789A13 279C789A14 279C789A17 279C789A18 279C789A19 4992C85A43 279C789A21 1C08030A03 1C08030A07 279C789A22 279C789A23 4992C85A31 4992C85A32 279C789A27 279C789A24 4986C49A09 4992C85A05 4992C85A35 279C789A26 Replacement Fuseholder Style Number 278C310A03 278C310A04 278C310A05 278C310A06 278C310A10 278C310A11 278C310A12 278C310A30 278C310A13 278C310A14 278C310A17 278C310A18 278C310A19 278C310A48 278C310A21 278C310A49 278C310A50 278C310A22 278C310A23 278C310A31 278C310A32 278C310A33 278C310A24 278C310A53 278C310A26 278C310A27 278C310A34 Barrel Exp 2002 Barrel Exp Link Ext1 Requires removable button-head type fuse links.000 20. The loadbreak feature lasts the life of the cutout. Extra creep design also available. which confines the arc and provides a de-ionizing action.com.000 12. as well as a fused cutout for distribution systems.000 12.000 10.000 12. (A) 100 100 200 200 100 100 200 200 200 300 100 100 200 200 300 100 100 100 100 100 100 300 100 100 100 100 300 Ld-brk Interrupting (A) (rms Asym.000 6000 12. For more information.000 10. The self-contained loadbreak concept enables the linemen to interrupt load current with a simple hook-stick operation. There are no parts to replace. Conventional operation loadbreak is accomplished by normal opening of the cutout by hookstick.000 8000 10.000 16.Loadbreak LBU II The ABB LBU II performs as an outdoor loadbreak switch.8/15 7.8/15 7.abb.

4 256 .8/15 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 15/27 BIL 110 110 110 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 Cont. Cap (kA) 20 20 — 16 16 10 10 16 16 — — Type Cap Barrel Barrel Disc Barrel Barrel Solid Solid LE LE Disc Disc Manufactured at ABB Inc. * = C (Normal Duty) H (Heavy Duty) R (Riser Pole) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Medium-Voltage Products Polymer concrete. combination arrester.8/15 7. For Specific Combinations—Contact your ABB Sales Representative. Curr. NC +407-732-2000 Arrester Rating 10 10 10 10 18 10 18 10 18 10 18 Standard Styles are Over/Under Designs—For Crossarm Mounting. and moistureproof tube options available on certain ratings. 100 200 300 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 Int.8/15 7.Distribution Cutouts Loadbreak LBU II SELECTOR GUIDE Cutout/Arrester Combinations Style Number L71BU*1011 L71CU*1011 L71DU*1011 L82BU*1011 L82BU*1811 L82TU*1011 L82TU*1811 L82MU*1011 L82MU*1811 L82DU*1011 L82DU*1811 kV 7. Greensboro.

04 27. 257 ABB .04 15.000 A rms asymmetrical.8 kV 5-shot rating of 20.) 10. 4 May also be applied on 38 kV grounded systems at the same ratings.0006 10.abb.000 A rms asymmetrical and 7. For more information.000 A rms asymmetrical.000 Disconnect8 With NEMA Bracket Solid Link Ext1 Link Ext1 — Solid Link Ext1 Solid — Solid Link Ext1 Solid — Link Ext1 — X1NCANAM11 7194C60G01 3A31186H01 X1NCBNLM11 X1NCBNPA21 X1NCANCA31 7194C60G02 9861A62G05 7194C60G03 9861A62G08 7194C60G04 — X2NCBNAM12 7194C60G05 3A31186H01 X2NCBNMM12 7194C60G06 9861A62G06 X2NCBNBA22 X2NCBNDA32 7194C60G07 3A31187H01 7194C60G08 — X5NCBNAM12 7194C60G05 3A31186H01 X5NCBNMM12 7194C60G06 9861A62G06 X5NCBNBA22 X5NCBNDA32 7194C60G07 3A31187H01 7194C60G08 — X7NCBNMM14 7194C60G09 9861A62G07 X7NCBNEA33 7194C60G10 — Requires removable button-head type fuse links.0 7.0 27.000 12.04 15.0005 Disconnect8 8000 12.8 kV single-shot rating of 16. Extra creep design also available.03 38.5 kA passed with 9 kA for 15 cycles and 3780 A for 3 seconds.0006 10.000 Disconnect8 12. SPECIFICATIONS Ratings Ratings Voltage Nominal (kV) 15.000 Disconnect8 8000 12. It may be used to provide overcurrent protection and to provide visible indication of fuse operation.0 1 2 Style Numbers Current Type Cap On FuseHolder Replacement Fuseholder w/Cap Cap or Link Extender Sold Separately BIL (kV) 110 110 110 110 125 125 125 125 150 150 150 150 1702 1702 Cont. 8 Momentary rating of 12.0007 16. In addition.0 27. (A) 100 100 200 300 100 100 200 300 100 100 200 300 100 300 Interrupting (rms Asym.Interchangeable ICX The ABB ICX interchangeable cutout is designed for use on the overhead distribution system. The ICX can also provide a visible break sectionalizing point for maintenance personnel and can function as a loadbreak switch when used in conjunction with a portable loadbreak tool.com.0 27. 6 Passed 27 kV single-shot rating of 16. 7 Passed 15 kV single-shot rating of 12.83 15. 5 Passed 7.04 27.04 38.000 A rms asymmetrical. 3 For application on systems where phase-to-phase voltage does not exceed design voltage or on grounded systems where phase-to-neutral voltage does not exceed design voltage.0 15. the ICX cutout incorporates the quality approach to design prevalent in the ABB line of cutouts.03 27. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

* = C (Normal Duty) H (Heavy Duty) R (Riser Pole) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Polymer concrete. 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Int. For Specific Combinations—Contact your ABB Sales Representative. Cap (kA) 10 16 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 Type Cap Solid LE Solid LE Solid LE Solid LE Solid Arrester Rating 10 10 18 18 27 27 18 18 27 Manufactured at ABB Inc. Greensboro.Distribution Cutouts Interchangeable ICX SELECTOR GUIDE Cutout/Arrester Combinations Style Number C11SU*1011 C11LU*1011 C22SU*1811 C22LU*1811 C22SU*2711 C22LU*2711 C25SU*1811 C25LU*1811 C25SU*2711 kV 15 15 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 BIL 110 110 125 125 125 125 150 150 150 Cont. emission control device (ECD). and moisture-proof tube options available on certain ratings. Curr. NC +407-732-2000 Standard Styles are Over/Under Designs—For Crossarm Mounting. combination arrester. Seacoast design. 4 Medium-Voltage Products 258 .

41 section 13. In addition. This consistent manufacturing process and the materials used significantly extend the life of the tube. For more information.abb. 259 ABB . The ABB MP Tube is completely vertically integrated and does not require any material from this source. The ABB MP fuseholder is not affected by moisture. The submersion test produced no swelling in the inner diameter. Greensboro. Laboratory tests have shown after a 13-day submersion test. the MP tube had 98% less moisture absorption than the horn fiber tube. the process involved in manufacturing the MP Tube minimizes variability and imperfections that can occur in the manufacture of horn fiber. In a 24-hour submersion test.41 section 11. Manufactured at ABB Inc.9%. Interchangeability Our state-of-the-art fuse tube is interchangeable with our old designs such as the loadbreak LBU-II and the non-loadbreak ICX and NCX designs. the inner diameter of the horn fiber liner contracted 15. When this swelling occurs. NC +407-732-2000 FEATURES Advantages Moisture absorption Horn fiber has a tendency to absorb moisture and swell. In addition.42. Quality and commitment ABB will be manufacturing this new moistureproof fuseholder in their Greensboro. SPECIFICATIONS Testing Interruption testing was conducted at Powertech Labs per ANSI C37. Life of the tube All interruption tests have been successfully completed on the ICX 100 A tubes and on all 100 A NCX and LBU-II tubes with solid or link extender caps. Electrical thermal cycling from 20°C at 60% RH to 45°C at 90% RH based on ANSI C 37.Special Feature Moisture-Proof Tube ABB has formulated and patented a new. They are interchangeable with horn fiber designs. the ICX design is interchangeable with the Chance Type C and the S&C Type XS designs. state-of-the-art fuseholder made of synthetic fibers to alleviate moisture absorption problems and extend the life of the fuseholder. significantly extending the life of the tube.2.com. This submersion test produced no swelling in the inner diameter of the MP tube. Samples were subject to: Thermal cycling from -40°C to +80°C at 5 cycles per test based on ANSI C 37. reducing problems with interruption. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Dust/fog test based on ASTMD2132-89. ABB Electric systems Technology Institute (ETI) performed thermal cycle and dust/fog tests on the MP Tube assembly. allowing the cutout to fully expel the link and clear the fault. Source of supply Currently. ABB’s consistent manufacturing process minimizes variability and imperfections. To order. thus all cutout manufacturers are dependent on this manufacturer. Test data must be submitted with quotation. The moisture-proof (MP) tube prevents swelling. The MP Tube successfully passed all tests. the only plant in the world completely dedicated to the manufacture of cutouts. only one manufacturer of horn fiber exists in the United States. per ASTMD570-81. it can create problems with interruption. North Carolina facility. Reduced clearance on the inner diameter of the tube may prevent the cutout from fully expelling the link and subsequently not clearing the fault.2. specify as follows Moisture absorption in the fuse tube liner shall be less than 1% per ASTMD619.

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a double-blade door. They may be used to provide a visible break point for maintenance personnel. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. These standard cutout-type designs allow for easy installation with a good visual indication of their position. mounted directly on a pole for use as a disconnect between overhead and underground lines. and two 2-hole extended NEMA pad terminals LSID 15 — 27 110 — 170 600 SID 15.abb. SELECTION GUIDE Type Voltage Class (kV) BIL (kV) Current (A) Features A Single Insulator Disconnect with self-contained loadbreak capabilities.5 — 38 110 — 170 600 — 900 For more information.Disconnect Switches The LSID and SID Single Insulator Disconnects are designed for use as singlephase disconnects on overhead distribution feeders and in outdoor distribution substations. 261 ABB . or used as a visible disconnect for maintenance of line equipment. underhung. The LSID and SID Disconnects can be mounted like a standard cutout. and two 2-hole extended NEMA pad terminals A Single Insulator Disconnect with a double-blade door.com.

NC +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings (kV) 15.Disconnect Switches Single Insulator Disconnect LSID The ABB LSID is a Single Insulator Disconnect with self-contained loadbreak capabilities. and two 2-hole extended NEMA pad terminals. the LSID disconnect incorporates the quality approach to design prevalent in the ABB line of cutouts. flexible alternative to the commonly used double insulator design.5 15/27 15/27 15/27 BIL (kV) 110 125 150 170 Continuous Current 600 600 600 600 Loadbreak Amperes 600 600 600 600 Style # with Standard Bracket B1RTAN600A B2RTAN600A B4RTAN600A B7RTAN600A APPLICATIONS OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Mounting options • Angled crossarm • Vertical crossarm • Vertical direct pole • Underhung • Underhung with dead ending • U-pole bracket 4 Medium-Voltage Products Overhead distribution feeders Underground riser pole Equipment bypass Sectionalizing Capacitor banks 262 . Greensboro. Manufactured at ABB Inc. a double-blade door. In addition. The LSID is a lightweight.

0 38.5 15.0 38. Greensboro.0 BIL (kV) 110 110 125 125 150 150 150 150 170 170 Continuous Current 600 900 600 900 600 900 600 900 600 900 Style # with Standard Bracket D1RTAL600A D1RTAL900A D2RTAL600A D2RTAL900A D4RTAL600A D4RTAL900A D5RTAL600A D5RTAL900A D7RTAL600A D7RTAL900A APPLICATIONS Overhead distribution feeders Underground riser pole Equipment bypass Sectionalizing Capacitor banks OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Mounting options • Angled crossarm • Vertical crossarm • Vertical direct pole • Underhung • Underhung with dead ending • U-pole bracket For more information. NC +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Ratings (kV) 15. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. flexible alternative to the commonly used double insulator design.0 27.0 38. Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 27.Single Insulator Disconnect SID The ABB SID is a Single Insulator Disconnect with a double-blade door and two 2-hole extended NEMA pad terminals.0 27.5 27. 263 ABB . The SID is ideal as a visual disconnect for reclosers. such as ABB’s VR-3S.com. The SID is a lightweight.abb.0 38. The SID disconnect also incorporates the quality approach to design prevalent in the ABB line of cutouts.

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High-Voltage Products Power Circuit Breakers Disconnectors Surge Arresters ABB .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . 295 Vertical-Break Disconnectors Type ONS 245 and ONS 420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . PM/PMI 121 kV — 169 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270 272 274 276 278 280 Earthing Switches Type TEC 72. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HPL SF6 (72. . . . . . . . PMG . . . . . 301 products Services Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 320 Intermediate Class PEXLIM-A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 307 Motor Operating Mechanisms Type MT 50 and MT 100 . PMR/PMRI 242 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305 Type TEB 170 — 550 kV . LTB D1/B SF6 (72. . . . . . . . PM 550 kV — 800 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313 Special Feature Synchronous Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267 Type Type Type Type Type Type PM/PMI 38 kV — 72 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 309 Hand-Operating Mechanisms Type HA 31 — 80 . . . . . . .High-Voltage Products Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285 287 288 289 Surge Arresters Distribution Class POLIM-D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 kV — 800 kV) . . . . . . . . . . 291 Station Class EXLIM-R XPS. . . . EXLIM-Q EXLIM-P EXLIM-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 — 550 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 282 Live-Tank . . . . . . 333 Single-Column Pantograph Disconnectors Type TFB 123 — 550 kV . 298 Transmission Line PEXLINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PMI .5 kV — 170 kV) LTB E SF6 (245 kV — 420 kV). . . . . . . . . . . . 322 Disconnectors Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 — 300 kV . . 324 326 328 330 332 Double-Break Disconnectors Type SDB 123 — 420 kV . .

267 ABB . current transformer terminal blocks. and NEMA standards. and often exceed. ABB provides a wide range of options and ratings. Interrupter ABB circuit breakers use advanced interrupter designs based on the puffer principle or a combination of puffer and self-blast principles. ANSI. For more information. IEC. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. Control Cabinet The control cabinet houses the operating mechanism (through 242 kV. and extend the operational life of electrical components and systems. ABB’s SF6 insulated circuit breakers are based on state-of-the-art designs that meet. Bushings The bushings are equipped with porcelain or silicone rubber composite weathersheds and are designed to meet or exceed all applicable ANSI/IEEE and NEMA design specifications. The systems are designed for easy access and allow the transformers to be replaced or changed in the field without removing the bushings. These advanced designs lower mechanical stresses.com. and the electrical control components. Current Transformers All ABB dead-tank circuit breakers are equipped with up to three current transformers per bushing to give the optimum accuracy and ratio.Dead-Tank Power Circuit Breakers ABB is a world leader in circuit breaker technology because of its emphasis on providing reliable. effective power control and performance. reduce maintenance. 40 kA). Voltage stress at the lower end of the weathershed is effectively graded by internal shielding.

5 40 80 200 258 Features (breaker ratings available for -55°C to +50°C ambient) Uses FSA spring-drive operating mechanism.* FSA spring-drive mechanism used at 40 kA. HMB hydraulic spring mechanisms used. 362PMI 362 555 1300 1680 HMB-8 hydraulic spring mechanisms used.8 hydraulic spring-operating mechanism used. Crest kV. Closing resistors optional.* 121PM20/40/50/63 121PMI 123 20 40 50 63 20 40 50 63 80 40 50 260 550 710 FSA spring-drive mechanism used at 40 kA. Ships fully assembled. kV. 40 kA interrupting capacity and 40 kA short-line fault switching without capacitors. HMB hydraulic spring mechanism used at 50/63 kA. rms A. HMB-11 hydraulic spring mechanisms used. except the operating mechanism is detached. High-Voltage Products 242PMG/PMI 245 40 50 63 80 40 50 63 40 50 63 40 50 425 900 1050 1160 HMB-11 hydraulic spring mechanism used.ContinBIL rupting 60 Hz Wave mum uous kV.5 31. 40 kA interrupting capacity and 40 kA short-line fault switching without capacitors. Ships fully assembled.* FSA spring-drive mechanism used at 40 kA. Ships fully assembled. Ships fully assembled. Ships fully assembled.5 40 105 250 322 72PM31/40 72PMI31/40 72. Ships fully assembled except for bushings.5 40 160 350 452 Uses FSA spring-drive operating mechanism.* HMB-1.* Uses FSA spring-drive operating mechanism. rms Crest rms 2µ 38 1200 1600 2000 3000 1200 1600 2000 3000 1200 1600 2000 3000 1200 2000 3000 4000 5000 1200 2000 3000 4000 5000 2000 3000 4000 5000 1200 2000 3000 4000 1200 2000 3000 4000 1200 2000 3000 4000 5000 2000 3000 4000 2000 3000 4000 3000 31. 145PM20/40/50/63 145PMI 145 310 650 838 169PM40/50 169PMI 170 365 750 968 242PMR 245 20 40 425 900 1050 1160 242PMRI 245 20 40 425 900 1050 1160 HMB-2S hydraulic spring-operating mechanism used. HMB and spring drive are available. Breaker shipped with bushings installed. rms kV.* 38PM31/40 38PMI31/40 48PM31/40 48PMI31/40 48. 5 268 . 550PM 550 860 1800 2320 800PM 800 960 2050 2640 * HMB-S mechanism used for PMI version. Ships fully assembled. Single-frame design construction with all electrical and mechanical connections made at the factory. 40 kA interrupting capacity and 40 kA short-line fault switching without capacitors.Power Circuit Breakers SELECTION GUIDE Product InterChopped Maxi. Ships fully assembled. Ships fully assembled. HMB hydraulic spring mechanism used at 50/63 kA. Ships fully assembled. except for bushings. kA.3 31. Ships fully assembled. HMB hydraulic spring mechanism used at 50 kA.

Operations as fast as three cycles are performed by this mechanism. The mechanism can also be manually charged with a hand crank. After complete depletion of the energy in the springs. Interruption times as fast as two cycles can be attained through a pilot valve that moves the changeover valve via hydraulic pressure. Mechanisms in this series are equipped with either O-C-O or C-O-CO stored energy capability. The cover of the mechanism is easily removed and provides quick access to the electrical monitoring and control elements. The main shaft. total recharge time is about 45 seconds. and temperature independence are the primary advantages of HMB systems. This allows the opening spring to rotate the drive shaft and open the breaker. moves the drive shaft through a cam. HMB-2S When the closing coil is energized. In this design. In the event of a power loss.FEATURES Operating Mechanisms ABB circuit breakers are equipped with one of two mechanism types that perform the opening and closing operation. During both the opening and closing operations. Long-term stability. The storage springs. which are charged using a hydraulic pump. consuming energy from the storage springs. minimizing the possibility of corrosion HMB-1 Series FSA2 Spring-Drive Operating Mechanism This mechanism uses two pairs of springs for both opening and closing. protecting the mechanism and breaker from undue mechanical stress. hydraulic oil drives the piston/pullrod (actuator) of the mechanism. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 269 ABB . • Hydraulic fluid as an energy carrier • Very long-life cylinder piston unit for energy transition • Integral hydraulic damping • No external pipe connections in the hydraulic systems. The drive shaft. This stored energy provides the driving force for hydraulic oil as the breaker is opened and closed. Energy storage is accomplished with the aid of a disk spring assembly. which is connected to the moving contacts of the breaker. For more information. This unit provides three-cycle operation with an O-CO-CO stored energy capability. a stack of disk springs serves as an energy storage system and affords O-CO-CO energy storage capability and three-cycle operation. The principle behind the operation is as follows: Initial Charging A universal charging motor “charges” a pair of closing springs via a reduction and worm gear. resulting in a unit that is much smaller and more costeffective than three separate mechanisms. in turn. Closing Operation In this mechanism series. three independent hydraulic actuators are driven by a single-disk spring assembly. It offers: • Mechanically stored energy • Long-term stability and temperature independence of the energy storage system This mechanism series offers higher energy and higher speeds than the smaller versions of HMB mechanisms. An internal hydraulic shock absorber dampens the closing and opening operations. along with high efficiency and modular components for easy maintenance. reliability. and oil reservoir are shared. Hydraulic Spring-Operating Mechanisms This mechanism type combines the advantages of hydraulic operation with the advantages of mechanically stored energy. which rotate the main shaft. -11 Series When the trip coil is energized. The motor re-charges the closing springs within 10 seconds of the closing operation. the trip solenoid releases the drive shaft and latch. Opening Operation This mechanism is used for independent pole operation and for synchronous switching. pump. the closing solenoid releases the closing springs. The opening springs are charged during this closing operation. turns and closes the breaker.abb. reducing potential oil leakage • Hermetically sealed system. -8. HMB-4. a breaker in the normal closed position can complete an open-close-open cycle with the energy stored in the mechanism. The type of mechanism used depends on the model and rating of the circuit breaker. These closing springs are connected to a switch that disconnects power to the charging motor after the springs are charged.com. These mechanisms are also used for synchronous switching applications.

The three-pole units have an independent SF6 gas system measured by a temperature-compensated. This unit has an installed base of more than 5000 breakers and has been in production since 1987. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 65 PSIG at 68°F (20°C).5 kV breakers. which lower mechanical stresses and result in reduced foundation requirements. FEATURES Interrupter Design The advanced interrupter design uses a combination of puffer and “self-blast” principles.5 kA) 31. lower maintenance. The interrupter operates as a puffer breaker on low currents. For high-current interruptions.5 kA interrupting capability Composite bushings Six (6) bushing current transformers Adjustable “a” to “b” auxiliary switches Out-of-phase switching Shipped fully assembled and tested Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance 270 5 . The resulting gas pressure surge enables the current to be interrupted.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PM/PMI 38 kV — 72 kV The 38 kV through 72 kV PM type breakers possess a compact layout consisting of three cast-aluminum tanks containing interrupter units that are mounted on a common support frame. Although ANSI does not require short-line fault tests for 72. the arc generates pressure when the arcing contacts open. the PM type breaker has been tested for 90% —40 kA short-line faults without the assistance of line-to-ground capacitors. gas density monitor located on each phase. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-creep and high-altitude bushings Porcelain bushings Synchronous closing for point-onwave switching 40 kA interrupting capability Seismic bracing Standard High-Voltage Products Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Spring or spring-hydraulic operating mechanism Single interrupter per phase Three-cycle interruption (up to 31. and longer life.

ANCHOR BOLTS AND HARDWARE SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER 3/4" (19) NOTE: IF TERMINAL CONNECTORS ARE REQUIRED PER CUSTOMER ORDER. HOLES FOR ANCHOR BOLTS 89 7/8" (2284) SHIPPING AND INSTALLED WIDTH Manufactured at ABB Inc. .13 UNC. 1 3 SPECIFICATIONS 56" (1442) FROM TOP OF PIER DETAIL X TYPICAL (6) PLACES TYPICAL (4) PLACES 3"(76) MIN. PA +724-838-5204 ABB .HOLES 1 3/4" (44.7) . METAL TO CRD.1 3/4" (44. OF CONTROL CABINET 71 1/8" (1807) HEIGHT OF COUNTER POSITION INDICATOR & SPRING POSITION INDICATOR For more information. 1 3/4" (44) 5" (127) 44" (1118) RUPTURE DISC SEE DETAIL C 30"(762) 9" (229) 13" (330) ABB 102 5/16" (2599) SHIPPING HEIGHT 130 21/32" (3319) LIVE PARTS 134 7/32" (3409) INSTALLED HEIGHT FILL CONNECTION 1/4" TUBE 37FLARED ° INSIDE HOUSING "L2" 108 9/16" (2757) MINIMUM COMPOSITE HEIGHT 93 3/32" (2365) HEIGHT TO BREAKER REAR FORK LIFT PICKUP ON ANGLES NEXT TO LEGS LOCATION OF EXTERNAL OUTLET LOCATION OF EMERGENCY TRIP DEVICE 40 1/8" (1019) HEIGHT OF GAS GAGE 31 7/8" (810) LEG EXTENSIONS 35 5/8" (905) BOTT. SEE ABB TRANSMITTAL FOR TYPE BEING SUPPLIED.5) (64) 1/2" (12.4) 20 1/2" (521) MIN.3) DIA. Greensburg.5) 1"(24) DIA. T.com.5)-12 UN THREAD ALUM STUD SILVER PLATED 5 9/16" (14. TERMINALS 70"(1778) SECTION A-A 13" (330) 4 1/2" (114) OF BUSHINGS 5-3-1 OF BREAKER 271 DETAIL C DETAIL B 6 2 4 GROUND PAD TYPICAL RIGHT FRONT AND LEFT REAR 37"(940) LOCATION OF ANCHOR BOLTS 1 1/4" (32) DIA.2B 2 . 131 1/4" (3333) INSTALLED HEIGHT TO TOP OF BUSHING FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS REFER TO THE INSTRUCTION BOOK SEE DETAIL B 145 1/2" (3696) A A "L1" C. 2 .4) OF BUSHINGS 6-4-2 ADDITIONAL HEIGHT REQUIRED FOR BUSHING REMOVAL 12" (305) SEE DETAIL X 27 7/16" (697) METAL TO METAL 27 7/16" (697) METAL TO METAL 66 7/8" (1698) CLEARANCE TO REMOVE INTERRUPTER 29 31/32" (761) METAL TO METAL 43"(1092) LOCATION OF ANCHOR BOLTS 36 5/32" (918.HOLES MINIMUM USABLE THREAD 3" (76) 2 1/2" 1 1/2" (38) 1 3/4" (44.abb. 33 5/8" (855) PHASE SPACING FOUR POINT LEFT 33 5/8" (855) PHASE SPACING 10 1/4" (260) 36 5/32" (918. 72 3/4" (1847) SHIPPING AND INSTALLED LENGTH Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

The three-pole units have an independent SF6 gas system monitored by a temperature compensated. For high-current interruptions. lower maintenance. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-creep and high-altitude bushings Porcelain bushings Synchronous closing for point-onwave switching 50 kA and 63 kA interrupting capability Seismic bracing Standard Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Spring or spring-hydraulic operating mechanism Single interrupter per phase High-speed interruption 40 kA interrupting capability Composite bushings Six (6) bushing current transformers Adjustable auxiliary switches that can be converted from “a” to “b” contacts Out-of-phase switching Shipped fully assembled and tested Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance 272 5 High-Voltage Products . and longer life. They consist of three castaluminum tanks containing interrupter units that are mounted on a common support frame. The resulting gas pressure surge enables the fault current to be interrupted. FEATURES Interrupter Design The advanced interrupter design uses a combination of puffer and “self-blast” principles. which lower mechanical stresses and result in reduced foundation requirements. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 87. reliable 72PM breaker design. The interrupter operates as a puffer breaker on low currents. These breakers are among the lightest and most compact in their class. gas density switch. This unit has an installed base of more than 5000 breakers and has been in production for over 12 years.5 PSIG at 20°C. the arc generates pressure when the arcing contacts open.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PM/PMI 121 kV — 169 kV The 121 kV through 169 kV PM type breakers are an extension of the high-quality.

MOUNTING BOLT AND HARDWARE SUPPLIED BY CUSTOM 3" (76) MIN.Manufactured at ABB Inc. HOLES 4" (101) 1 3/4" (44) 5 1/2" (140) 4" (101) 1 3/4" (44) 1" (25. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 3/4" (19) 1 1/2" (38) 1 3/4" (44) 1 3/4" (44) 9/16" (14. Greensburg.7) .com. 1" (24) DIA. PAD 4 1/2" SQ. BASE PLATES 1 1/4" (32) DIA.10" (1778) "A" 33 1/4" (845) BOT. FOR BUSHING REMOVAL 38 3/4" (985) FOUR POINT LIFT 92 3/4" (2357) SHIPPING LENGTH 85 1/2" (2174) 70 1/2" (1793) METAL TO METAL ) 61" (1549 METAL METAL TO 166 3/4" (4235) TOP OF TERM.2B 2-HOLES DETAIL D DETAIL C TYPICAL 6-PLACES STD.4) THICK TINNED COPPER CLAMPING RING LOCATION FOR TRAVEL ANALYZER MOUNTING BRACKET MOUNTS ON FRAME ANGLE. HOLES FOR MOUNTING BOLTS GRD. NEMA 4-HOLE PAD TERMINAL ON TOP OF BUSHING CAN BE ROTATED 360˚ C OF ANALYZER ROD GROUND PAD TYPICAL RIGHT FRONT AND LEFT REAR DETAIL B TYPICAL (4) PLACES SECTION E-E 150 1/2" (3823) SHIPPING AND INSTALLED WIDTH 85" (2159) MAX. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). 2-HOLES 9/16" DIA. 273 ABB 31" (787) LEG EXTENSIONS 142" (3614) SHIPPING HEIGHT 1 1/8" (28) BUS 48 3/4 " HIN GS TRIK E . DIM. "A" "L2" LOCATION OF EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL OUTLET "B" 60 1/4" (1530) LOCATION OF MOUNTING BOLTS 1 3/4" 1 3/4" (44) (44) 46 1/8" (1172) LOCATION OF MOUNTING BOLTS 1 3/4" 1 3/4" (44) (44) C OF BREAKER 72 13/16" (1849) CLEARANCE TO REMOVE INTERRUPTER "K" GRD. FOR BUSHING REMOVAL 73 1/2" (1867) PHASE SPACING 73 1/2" (1867) PHASE SPACING 20" (508) ADDITIONAL HEIGHT REQUIRED FOR BUSHING REMOVAL "D" 99 1/4" (2522) MAX. DIM. 57 1/2" (1461) FROM TOP OF PIER 1/2" (12. PAD 3 FRONT 4 REAR 5 FRONT 6 REAR 1 FRONT 2 REAR 3 118" (2997) MINIMUM BUSHING HEIGHT 155" (3937) LIVE PARTS 177 1/2" (4509) INSTALLED HEIGHT 97 3/4" (2483) HEIGHT TO C OF BREAKER "L1" "C" 72 3/4" (1848) HEIGHT OF COUNTER 5'.13 UNC . X 1/2" THK. OF CONTROL CAB. PAD 13" 7 1/4" (330) (184) 51 11/16" (1313) 2 1/8" (54) 13" (330) 106 1/2" (2706) SECTION A-A For more information.3) DIA.abb.

FEATURES Interrupter Design The PMR and PMRI breakers utilize ABB’s SD interrupter. The PMRI unit is based on the HMB-2S operating mechanism which has three separate hydraulic actuators to drive each pole independently. the 242PMRI can also be provided with microprocessor-based controls for synchronous closing. The speed-doubling gear and rack drives the arcing contact plug with an equal and opposite velocity to the arcing contact fingers. The PMR breaker uses a single HMB operating mechanism for simultaneous interruption of all three poles. gas pressure switch. SF6 gas puffer and self-blast unit capable of interrupting 40 kA faults within three cycles.5 PSIG at 20°C. The three-pole units have a common SF6 gas system monitored by a temperaturecompensated. In addition to the independent-pole operation capability. The design results in a small interrupter with high-speed capacitor switching capability. single-break. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 87. The SD interrupter is a single-pressure.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PMR/PMRI 242 kV The PMR and PMRI breakers consist of three castaluminum interrupter tanks mounted on a common structural steel frame. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-creep and high-altitude bushings Continuous current ratings up to 4000 A Condition monitoring Synchronous closing (PMRI only) for capacitor switching energization Standard Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Hydraulic spring-operating mechanism Single interrupter per phase Speed-doubling interrupter design 40 kA interrupting capability without capacitors Porcelain or composite bushings Integrated bushing current transformers Adjustable auxiliary switches that can be converted from “a” to “b” contacts Out-of-phase switching Capacitor bank switching Shipped fully assembled and tested Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance 5 High-Voltage Products 274 .

Greensburg. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.Manufactured at ABB Inc. 275 ABB . For more information.

hydraulic. gas pressure switch. FEATURES Interrupter Design The PMG breaker utilizes ABB’s SP interrupter. monitored by a temperature-compensated. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Standard Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Hydraulic. An isolated gas system is provided per pole. HMB-11.5 PSIG at 20°C. spring-operating mechanism through an interphase linkage assembly.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PMG The PMG breaker consists of three cast-aluminum interrupter tanks mounted on a common structural steel support frame. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 87. The SP interrupter is a second-generation puffer design enclosed in a reinforced epoxy tube. This design uses a high-performance nozzle. which provides an additional pressure surge for successful interruption of the arc. spring-operating mechanism Single interrupter per phase Porcelain bushings Integrated bushing current transformers Out-of-phase switching Capacitor bank switching Shipped fully assembled and tested Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance High-creep and high-altitude bushings Composite bushings Condition monitoring Synchronous closing (242PMI only) 5 High-Voltage Products 276 . The interrupters are coupled to a single-type.

com. 277 ABB . Greensburg. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.Manufactured at ABB Inc. For more information.

This design uses a high-performance nozzle which provides an additional pressure surge for successful interruption of the arc.5 PSIG at 20°C. The PMI breaker is designed for applications where switching surge suppression is not required or is accomplished by methods other than closing resistors. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 87.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PMI The PMI breaker consists of three cast-aluminum interrupter tanks mounted on a common structural steel support frame. Each pole unit has a separate SF6 gas system monitored by a temperature-compensated. gas pressure switch. FEATURES Interrupter Design The PMI breaker utilizes ABB’s SP interrupter. spring-operating mechanism Single interrupter per phase Porcelain or composite bushings Integrated bushing current transformers Out-of-phase switching Capacitor bank switching Shipped fully assembled and tested Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance 5 High-Voltage Products 278 . spring-operating mechanism. The SP interrupter is a second-generation puffer design enclosed in a reinforced epoxy tube. Each interrupter is operated by a type HMB hydraulic. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES High-creep and high-altitude bushings Continuous current rating up to 4000 A Synchronous closing for capacitor bank energization Installation in as little as three days Standard Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Hydraulic.

289 (7340.2) 34.0625 (1855.45) DETAIL B 6 (152.1) DIA.6) 37.75 (44.4) x .3 8 (203.8) STAINLESS STEEL GROUND PAD TYPICAL RIGHT FRONT AND LEFT REAR DETAIL C GRD. PAD 70 (1778) 20 (508) 22. Greensburg.75 (44) 1.2) MIN. PAD 1 (25.6) LOCATION OF MOUNTING BOLTS 75 (1905) 58.5625 (14. MOUNTING BOLT AND HARDWARE SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER 73.375 (948.2) 3 (76.Manufactured at ABB Inc.7) UNC-2B 2 HOLES LOCATION OF MOUNTING BOLTS 3 (76.375 (948.7) 4 (101.45) 6 7 GRD. 2-HOLES 3 (76.75 (44) .875 (1496) FROM TOP OF PIER C OF BREAKER .6) 1.2) 149 (3784.9) DOOR 106 (2692. HOLES 5.75 (19. BASE PLATES 1.9) DOOR 1 1. DETAIL B TYPICAL 4-PLACES For more information.25 (31.4) THICK TINNED COPPER CLAMPING RING 3 (76.abb.6) 155 (3937) DETAIL D 217 (5511.75) DIA.NEMA 4-HOLE PAD TERMINAL ON TOP OF BUSHING CAN BE ROTATED 360˚ SECTION A-A 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 (38.5 (139.29) DIA.com.2) 18.0625 458.1) . PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). HOLES FOR MOUNTING BOLTS DETAIL D TYPICAL 6-PLACES STD.7) 3 (76.75 (19) 1.875 (885. 279 ABB 58.8) ABB .75 (44.5625 (14.05) THK.2) .25 (1476.7) 4 (101.875 (581) DETAIL C 37.3) DIA.5 (12.5 (38) 1.

The resistor switch is arranged to close after the main breaker contacts close. This design uses a high-performance nozzle that provides an additional pressure surge for successful interruption of the arc. They have passed environmental and life tests far more severe than those required by ANSI.Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PM 550 kV — 800 kV The 550 through 800 kV type PM breakers utilize components that have been field-tested throughout the world. thereby disconnecting the resistor. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Closing resistor unit—The closing resistor unit is directly connected to the interrupter assembly. monitored by a temperature-compensated. each interrupter has grading capacitors across its contact gap. gas density monitor. FEATURES Interrupter Design The PM breaker utilizes ABB’s SP interrupter.5 PSIG at 20°C. 5 280 . Each phase is mounted on a separate support frame and has a self-contained SF6 gas system. The ceramic resistor discs are a proven concept used in many breaker designs. On the multiple-break designs. The resistance range is 200 — 600 ohms per pole and is inserted 8 ms before the breaker closes. and three for 800PM Composite bushings Integrated bushing current transformers Plug-and-play (pre-wired) interphase connections Out-of-phase switching Capacitor bank switching Reduced foundation requirements Reduced installation time Minimal maintenance High-Voltage Products Available only on 550 kV breakers. The PM breaker body is made of welded plate aluminum with cast ends and contains the interrupter units. Mounted on each pole unit is a cabinet with current transformer terminal blocks. The main control cabinet is mounted separately. two per phase.1 High-creep and high-altitude bushings Porcelain bushings Condition monitoring Synchronous closing 1 Standard Dead-tank design Three-tank construction Hydraulic. Moving contacts are operated by an HMB-8 or HMB-11 hydraulic spring mechanism. spring-operating mechanism Two PM interrupters for 550PM. The rated SF6 gas pressure is 87. and auxiliary switches. The SP interrupter is a second generation puffer design enclosed in a reinforced epoxy tube. a density monitor.

37 FLARED FITTING (1 5/8" . CONDUIT BY CUSTOMER. Greensburg. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.7" (1704) RUPTURE DISK (FAR SIDE) C. PAD ABB 30" (762) 25'-7 1/2" (7811) HEIGHT REQUIRED TO REMOVE BUSHING 14'-0 1/8" (4 270) BUSH ING S TRIKE "Y" 23'-7 7/8" (7212) INSTALLED HEIGHT 22'-8 3/4" (6928) LIVE PARTS .1 5/8" (2786) 6-HOLE GRD.) POLE III 25'-0" (7620) PHASE TO PHASE 24'-1 3/4" (7360) METAL TO METAL POLE II 25'-0" (7620) PHASE TO PHASE 24'-1 3/4" (7360) METAL TO METAL POLE II 22'-3 1/2" (6795) 18'-8 3/16" (5694) 17'-6 5/8" (5351) METAL TO METAL RUPTURE DISK CONTROL CABINET 6 REAR 5 FRONT POLE CABINET 4 REAR 3 FRONT 66" (1676) 2 REAR 1 FRONT MIN. CABLE & CONTROL CABLE BY ABB.abb.12UN) For more information. 281 ABB 9'.T. 6'.10" (1778) DENSITY MONITOR 27 1/2" (700) 30" (762) 7 5'.com. 550 kV (800 kV available upon request. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).8" (2032) "X" 21'.4" (6502) GAS FILL AND VACUUM CONNECTION 1 1/4" . Please contact the factory at 724-838-5204. 13'-0" (3962) CLEARANCE NEEDED TO PULL INTERRUPTER 3'-2 1/4" (970) 16'-0" (4877) RECOMMENDED HOUSING WITH DENSITY MONITOR MOUNTED ON FAR SIDE 5'.Manufactured at ABB Inc.

Controlled switching can provide equal or superior results when compared with conventional methods for switching surge control. current-limiting inductors.41. pre-insertion inductors. and 801-5 Radio frequency interference tested (SAM PMC 33. STANDARD FEATURES Low temperature cold-start and operation tested at -40°C High temperature tested at 66°C Seismic qualified Surge withstand capability in compliance with ANSI/IEEE C62. IEC 801-4. such as pre-insertion resistors.Power Circuit Breakers Special Feature Synchronous Control Unit The Synchronous Control Unit (SCU) is a microprocessorbased control device that enables synchronized closing and opening of independent pole-operated circuit breakers.1-1978) 5 High-Voltage Products 282 . The unit is housed in a NEMA 1 enclosure. or fixed.

Greensburg.5 mA @ 110 V ac 3 mA @ 70 V ac Current input burden: 1.Manufactured at ABB Inc.abb. APPLICATIONS Applications and Benefits Synchronous Switching Type Synchronous Closing Applications and Features Transmission Lines/Cables Shunt Capacitor Banks (single and back-to-back switching) Transformers Shunt Reactors SCU Functions Close at voltage zero across breaker System Benefits Greatly reduced voltage and current switching transient levels (comparable or better than pre-insertion resistors) Improved power quality Reduced stress on equipment insulation Close at voltage peak across breaker Greatly reduces the magnitude and distortion of in-rush current Simplified differential protection Reduces impacts of system harmonic resonances Synchronous Opening Shunt Reactors Load Switching Capacitor Switching Line Dropping Open with maximum arcing time Further reduces already low probabilities of re-strike and re-ignitions Added protection for system equipment from severe re-strikes and re-ignition transients For more information. 283 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Power supply voltage: 48 V dc (28 to 56 V dc range) 125 V dc (70 to 140 V dc range) 250 V dc (140 to 280 V dc range) Power supply burden: 15 VA Phase voltage inputs: 40 to 140 V ac Phase voltage burden: 4.com.25 mVA Minimum load current: 1 A on primary of SCU CTs Synchronizing accuracy: 3σ ≤ 1 ms Requirements ABB dead-tank circuit breakers with HMB-S hydraulic spring mechanism.

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contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. reduce maintenance. ABB’s live-tank SF6 insulated circuit breakers are based on state-of-the-art designs that meet and often exceed ANSI and IEC standards. Ratings up through 242 kV. Low weight and foundation area results in easy installation with low foundation costs. porcelain support column. and the mechanism housing. The transformers for voltages up to 170 kV can be mounted in brackets attached to the circuit breaker stands. 285 ABB . Live-tank breakers require the least amount of SF6 gas of any breaker design. Live-tank breakers up to 242 kV. 50 kA require a single breaking element that is part of a sealed unit containing an interrupting chamber. 50 kA can be supplied as gang-operated and breaker-mounted on a common frame or as independent poleoperated breakers mounted on three frames. For more information.abb. Low cost installation and testing can normally be accomplished in a single day with a crew of three. emphasizing reliable. spring-operating mechanism Normally delivered with three free-standing current transformers equipped with two to four relay cores and/or one metering core. Designed for application at 69 through 800 kV and rated interrupting currents up to 63 kA Operated by a simple and dependable motorcharged. These advanced designs lower mechanical stresses.com. and extend operational life.Live-Tank Power Circuit Breakers ABB is a world leader in circuit breaker technology. Live-tank breakers are of a modular concept with common interchangeable parts and modules. effective control of power and performance.

5 145 170 245 3150 3150 3150 4000 40 40 40 40 Power Freq. three for single-pole operation. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. Uses BLG spring-drive operating mechanism. other values are per IEC standards. three for single-pole operation. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. one for three-pole operation. Dry kV. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. three for single-pole operation. Uses BLK spring-drive operating mechanism. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. Ships as fully-assembled pole units.5 4000 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 4000 50 50 50 63 50 63 50 63 50 63 50 63 63 50 520 520 140 1175 1425 325 HPL 145A1 145 275 650 HPL 170A1 170 325 750 HPL 245A2 HPL 300A2 HPL 362A2 HPL 245B1 245 300 362 245 460 380 450 460 1050 1050 1175 1050 High-Voltage Products HPL 300B1 300 4000 50 380 1050 HPL 362B2 HPL 420B2 HPL 550B2 HPL 800B4 362 420 550 800 4000 4000 4000 4000 50 63 50 63 50 63 50 63 450 520 620 830 1175 1425 1550 2100 *Per ANSI standards. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column.5 LTB D1/B – 145 LTB D1/B – 170 LTB 245E1 ConConIntertinuous tinuous rupting kV. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. Ships as four units: 2 breaker-heads and 2 support columns. rms kA. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms.Power Circuit Breakers SELECTION GUIDE Product LTB D1/B – 72. Uses BLG spring-drive operating mechanism. Uses BLG spring-drive operating mechanism. rms 72. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. one for three-pole operation. rms 140 160* 275 310* 325 365* 460 BIL kV. Uses BLK spring-drive operating mechanism for single-pole operation and BLG spring-drive operating mechanism for three-pole operation. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. Uses BLG spring-drive operating mechanism. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. three for single-pole operation. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. rms A. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. one for three-pole operation. Uses BLK spring-drive operating mechanism. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. one for three-pole operation. Uses three BLG spring-drive operating mechanisms. 5 286 . Uses BLG spring-drive operating mechanism.5A1 362 420 72. one for three-pole operation. three for single-pole operation. Ships as fully-assembled pole units. Crest 350 650 750 1050 Features Uses BLK spring-drive operating mechanism. Ships as two units: breaker-head and support column. LTB 420E2 LTB 420E2 HPL 72.

the porcelain post insulator.5.Live-Tank LTB D1/B SF6 (72. with a rated interrupting capability of 40 kA.5 kV — 170 kV) The LTB D is a puffer-type SF6 breaker designed for system voltages in the range of 72. and 170 kV Continuous current: 3150 A Interrupting current: 40 kA Crest closing current: 100 kA per IEC or 108 kA per ANSI Closing time: 40 ms Opening time: 20 ms Clearing time: 40 ms Minimum dead time: 300 ms Rated reclosing time (60 Hz): 20 cycles Design The three poles can be mounted on separate structures or on a common supporting frame. thereby reducing the energy required from the mechanical system. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. Greensburg. the breaker poles are linked by pull rods. For more information. 145. which includes the interrupting chamber.com.5 and 145 kV will operate down to . PA +724-838-5204 STANDARD FEATURES Restrike-free interruption of capacitive currents High dielectric strength even at atmospheric pressure Low operating noise level High seismic withstand capability Low operating forces Separate arcing contacts High security against gas leakage Reliable components Designed for extreme environmental conditions Easy installation and commissioning Operated by a motor-charged. The LTB for 170 kV will operate to -30°C with pure SF6 and to . The breaker poles are shipped as complete units filled with SF6 gas to a pressure slightly above normal atmospheric pressure. The breaker uses a single operating mechanism for three-pole operation or three individual mechanisms for single-pole operation. Each breaker pole is a sealed unit. Manufactured at ABB Inc. The breaker can be filled to the required working pressures without the necessity of gas treatment in the field and without releasing SF6 into the atmosphere. For three-pole operation. spring-operating mechanism Meets IEC 56 (50 Hz and 60 Hz) and ANSI C37 (60 Hz) specifications OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Long creepage distance across insulators (both brown and grey) Device to install type IMB current transformer Brackets for the IMB Primary connections between the breaker and the IMB Special connectors (standard is flat terminal) Special phase distance for three-phase units Rupture discs Synchronous circuit switching SPECIFICATIONS Rated voltages: 72. 287 ABB .40°C with mixed gas. This results in reduced stresses and increased reliability.40°C with pure SF6 and to -50°C with mixed gas. For 60 Hz operation: All voltage classes will operate to -30°C with pure SF6. and the mechanism housing. The interrupting energy is partially taken from the arc itself. Environmental Conditions For 50 Hz operation: The LTB for 72.5 to 170 kV.

thereby reducing the energy required from the mechanical system. The breaker can be filled to the required working pressures without the necessity of gas treatment in the field and without releasing SF6 into the atmosphere. This results in reduced stresses and increased reliability. the porcelain post insulator. Each 245 kV breaker pole is a sealed unit. The 362 kV and 420 kV breakers use single-pole operating mechanisms. 362. and the mechanism housing.Power Circuit Breakers Live-Tank LTB E SF6 (245 kV — 420 kV) The LTB E is a puffer-type SF6 breaker designed for 50 Hz system voltages in the range of 245 to 420 kV. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Greensburg. spring-operating mechanism Each breaker is tested to meet IEC 56 (50 Hz) specifications before shipping. SPECIFICATIONS Number of breaks per pole: 1 at 245 kV and 2 at 362 and 420 kV Rated voltages: 245. Erection at the work site can be completed in less than one day. with a rated interrupting capability of up to 50 kA. The breaker poles are shipped filled with SF6 gas to a pressure slightly above normal atmospheric pressure. The interrupting energy is partially taken from the arc itself. and 420 kV Continuous current: 4000 A Interrupting current: 40 kA at 245 kV and 50 kA at 362 and 420 kV Crest closing current: 100 kA at 245 kV and 125 kA at 362 and 420 kV Closing time: 40 ms at 245 kV and 50 ms at 362 and 420 kV Opening time: 17±2 ms 245 kV and 18±2 ms at 362 and 420 kV Clearing time: 40 ms Minimum dead time: 300 ms Design OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Synchronous circuit switching Supervisory control The 245 kV breaker uses a single-operating mechanism for three-pole operation or three individual mechanisms for single-pole operation. PA +724-838-5204 STANDARD FEATURES Restrike-free interruption of capacitive currents Low overvoltages when interrupting inductive currents High dielectric strength even at atmospheric pressure Low operating noise level High seismic withstand capability Low operating forces Separate arcing contacts High security against gas leakage Reliable components Designed for extreme environmental conditions Easy installation and commissioning Operated by a motor-charged. which includes the interrupting chamber. 288 5 High-Voltage Products . The 362 kV and 420 kV interrupter units are supplied as two separate units.

5 to 800 kV.com. Brown porcelain insulators Creepage: 20 to 25 mm/kV Operational down to -30°C Aluminum terminals drilled per IEC/ANSI One support structure per pole One gas density monitor per pole OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Gray porcelain Polymeric insulators Increased creepage to 31 mm/kV Operational to -40°C and -50°C with mixed gas Terminal pads for different standards Rupture discs CT brackets and connections for voltages less than or greater than 170 kV Special phase distances (3-pole operated circuit breaker only) Pre-insertion resistors (2-chamber interrupters only) Synchronized switching 40 kg bottles of SF6 gas for pressurizing For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. with a rated interrupting capability up to 63 kA. 289 ABB . spring-operating mechanism Each breaker is tested to meet IEC 56 (50 Hz) or ANSI C37 (60 Hz) specifications before shipping. STANDARD FEATURES Restrike-free interruption of capacitive currents Low overvoltages when interrupting inductive currents High dielectric strength even at atmospheric pressure Low operating noise level High seismic withstand capability Separate arcing contacts High security against gas leakage Reliable components Easy installation and commissioning Operated by a motor-charged. The breaker has two models—A and B.5 to 362 kV while Model B covers the range from 245 to 800 kV.Live-Tank HPL SF6 (72.5 kV — 800 kV) The HPL is a puffer-type SF6 breaker designed for system voltages in the range of 72. Model A covers the voltage range from 72.

Each breaker is routinely tested in the factory before shipping.5 125/157.5 125/157.5 125/157. Greensburg.5 145 170 245 300 362 Model B 245 300 362 420 550 Number Continuous of Breaks Current per Pole (A) Interrupting Current (kA) Crest Closing Current (kA) Closing Time (ms) Opening Time (ms) Clearing Time (ms) Minimum Dead Time (ms) 1 1 1 2 2 2 3150/4000 3150/4000 3150/4000 3150/4000 3150/4000 3150/4000 50/63 50/63 50/63 50/63 50/63 63 158 158 158 158 158 158 <75 <80 <80 <70 <70 <70 20±2 20±2 20±2 20±2 20±2 20±2 40 40 40 40 40 40 300 300 300 300 300 300 1 1 1 2 2 2 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 50 50 50/63 50/63 50/63 50/63 125 125 125/157.5 <65 <65 <65 <65 <65 <90 18 or 20±2 18 or 20±2 18 or 20±2 18 or 20±2 18 or 20±2 18 or 20±2 40 40 40 40 40 40 300 300 300 300 300 300 5 High-Voltage Products 800 290 . PA +724-838-5204 The breaker can be filled to the required working pressures without the necessity of gas treatment in the field and without releasing SF6 into the atmosphere. Voltage (kV) Model A 72.Power Circuit Breakers Live-Tank HPL SF6 (72. Manufactured at ABB Inc. Erection at the work site can be completed in less than one day.5 kV — 800 kV) SPECIFICATIONS Design HPL circuit breakers with one breaking unit per phase are shipped as complete units filled with SF6 gas to a pressure slightly above normal atmospheric pressure. Breakers with two breaking units per phase are shipped as the breaker head and the support insulator.

When in the open position. All components are protected against atmospheric influences. storm. the tubular arm is located along the base frame. the installation of a pipe connection or the straining of a connection cable is possible from any direction. running on maintenance-free assembled ball bearings. The optionally available earthing unit consists of a hinged-type earthing switch fixed at the base frame. are hot dip galvanized. 291 ABB . which can be furnished with one earthing switch only). which ensures simultaneous operation. During switching operation both current path halves rotate by 90 degrees. For more information. and it can be retrofitted without any difficulty. therefore. On it are assembled. no appreciable change of the contact resistance occurs over many years.abb. The design of the operating mechanism of the disconnector and earthing switch is such that a dead center position is passed through shortly before the end positions are reached. In the closed position the earthing switch contact attached to the current path comes to rest between the contact fingers of the earthing switch. enclosed rotary pedestals. This version offers freedom of arrangement.g. The diagonal rods connect both rotary pedestals of each pole. acc to DIN or NEMA standard. when the disconnector is open.Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72. short circuits.5 and 90 kV.5 — 550 kV Design The load-carrying constructional element of the disconnector is a sectional-steel base frame. the finger side. which can be mounted either on the contact side. consisting of a catch hook and an interlocking bolt. The energy is transmitted from the operating mechanism of the disconnector to a rotary pedestal. or on both sides of the disconnector (with the exception of SGF 72.com. The support insulators are mounted on the mounting plate or the stud bolts of the rotary pedestal and support both current path halves (finger and contact side) with the rotary heads and high-tension terminals. protected against atmospheric influences. since the high-tension terminal can be turned within 360 degrees. the steel parts. The universal design permits the earthing switch to be attached at the site. Available October 2002 Mode of Operation Disconnector and earthing switches are operated separately. The current path consists of a welded aluminum structure with a minimum of terminal points. or earthquake) is impossible. Incidental opening or closing of the units due to external influences (e. they are located parallel to each other and at right angles to the base frame. which prevents the two halves from separating in longitudinal direction in case of high short circuit currents. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Disconnectors for a rated voltage of 170 kV and above are equipped with an interlocking device. Thus. which are liable to rust.

5/90 1 — 3 pol Without Ice 123 1 — 3 pol 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 300 1 — 3 pol 420 1 pol 550 1 pol High-Voltage Products MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA MT 50 MT 50 MT 50 MT 50 MT 50 MT 50 MT 100 MT 100 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 MT 50 MT 50 MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 — — 5 292 . Dead Center Interlocking—For all operating mechanisms.Disconnectors Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72. and earthquake. each disconnector pole can be equipped with one or two earthing switches. They are appropriate for switching small currents or currents when no significant change in voltage occurs across the terminals.5 — 550 kV FEATURES Welded Aluminum Structure—The current path halves are welded aluminum structures with a minimum number of terminal points that are subject to corrosion. Little Maintenance—Owing to the selection of the material used and the encapsulation of the pedestals and rotary heads in connection with a permanent lubrication. SELECTOR GUIDE 72. No External Springs—Contact fingers without external springs. vibration. For earthing and short circuiting disconnected plant sections. It ensures no change of the switching position in case of extreme external influences. no appreciable change of the contact resistance occurs over many years. Strong Rotary Pedestals—They guarantee that the deflection remains unchanged at high static mechanical terminal loads. They are available for rated voltages from 72. APPLICATIONS Disconnectors are used for metallic isolation of systems by creating in the open position a visible isolating distance. therefore. the units are practically maintenance-free.5 to 550 kV and for rated currents up to 4000 A. such as storm. Two-column rotary disconnectors can be operated in many types of high-voltage switchgear that are in use. Ice Breaking Capability—Disconnectors for operations under severe ice conditions up to 20 mm ice thickness are available.

0 1.5 3. 1 min To earth Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.0-8.0-6.4/3 50/1 0.7-6.2/50 µs To earth Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth Across open switching device.abb.5-2.5 kN mm mm 4.5-6.0-4.1-4.1-6.0-6.0-6.5-0.5 2.0 1700 3400 A/kV A/kV — — — — 100/6 5/6 125/10 5/6 125/10 5/6 A/kV A/kV — — — — 50/0.5-2.5-2. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.SPECIFICATIONS Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type n Type p Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Type n Type p/pc/q Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.com.0-8.5 72.4/3 50/1 0.0 1.5 3.0 1500 2900 4. class A Across open switching device.5 0.5-2.5-2.0 870 1800 4.0 770 1450 4.4/3 kV kV kV kV µV A A/V — — — >46 — 2 — — — — >57 — 2 — — — — >80 <500 2 1600/100 — — — >95 <500 2 1600/100 — — — >110 <1000 2 1600/100 kV kV 325 375 380 440 550 650 650 750 750 860 kV kV 140 160 150 175 230 265 275 315 325 375 kA kA kA 100 100 40 100 100 40 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 A A A A 1600 2500 — — 1600 2500 — — 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 kV SGF 72.0-8.0 1220 2460 4.5 0.0-6.5 3.5 0.0-6. 293 ABB .5-0.5-2.5 SGF 90 90 SGF 123 123 SGF 145 145 SGF 170 170 ** Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal.1-5.5-2. class B Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Bus-transfer switching ability according to IEC 1128** Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class A** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class B** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 2. **As an option For more information.0 1.5-2.

0 2300 4900 6.1-6.4 1.1-6.5-1.5 1600/200 100 100/125 40/50 380 435 1050 — 125/160 50/63 520 610 1425 — 125/160 50/63 620 800 1550 1050 (+170)* 1425 (+240)* 1550 (+315)* 850 850 700 (+245)* >230 <1000 1 1600/200 1050 1050 900 (+345)* >270 <1000 1 — 1175 1175 900 (+450)* >350 <2500 1 — 80/1.0-8.5 5.0-8.500 A/kV A/kV 160/15 10/15 160/15 10/15 — — — — ** Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal.2-5.500 8.0 1.25/5 80/2 1.0-10. 1 min To earth Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.Disconnectors Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72.0-6.25/5 80/1. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type n Type p Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Type n Type p/pc/q Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.0 3350 10.5-2.5-2. class A Across open switching device.1-6.0-4.0 2.0 1.5 — 550 kV SPECIFICATIONS (continued) SGF 245 kV A A A A 245 1600 2500 3150 4000 Manufactured at ABB Inc.2/50 µs To earth Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth Across open switching device.0-1.5 4.0-10.0 4200 10.5-2. **As an option 5 294 .0 2650 4900 8.0 1.4 1.0 kN mm mm 4.25/5 80/2 1. class B Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Bus-transfer switching ability according to IEC 1128** Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class A** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling A/kV A/kV kV kV kV kV µV A A/V kV kV kV kV kA kA kA SGF 300 300 1600 2500 3150 4000 SGF 420 420 — 2500 3150 4000 SGF 550 550 — 2500 3150 4000 100 100/125 40/50 460 530 1050 1200 — — — >160 <500 1.5 5.25/5 High-Voltage Products Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class B** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 3.

which consist of aluminum profile parts. This version offers freedom of arrangement.Double-Break Disconnectors Type SDB 123 — 420 kV Design The load-carrying constructional element of the disconnector is a sectional-steel base frame.which are liable to rust. running on maintenance-free assembled ball bearings. 295 ABB .g. In the closed position the earthing switch contact attached to the head of current path comes to rest between the contact fingers of the earthing switch. The universal design permits the earthing switch to be attached at site. The design of the operating mechanism of the disconnector and earthing switch is such that a dead center position is passed through shortly before the end positions are reached. the steel parts. therefore. Available October 2002 Mode of Operation Disconnector and earthing switches are operated separately. The main contacts of the disconnector in the closed and opened positions are locked via a dead center system. During the final phase of closing the current path makes a rotation around the longitudinal axis. The middle insulator bears aluminum current path. For more information. When in the open position. contact your ABB Sales Representative. storm. When the disconnector is closing. are hot dip galvanized. the tubular arm is located along the base frame. the middle insulator rotates 70° until the main contacts touch each other.The middle one of the three insulators is fixed on a common base frame and mounted on the rotary pedestal. the installation of a pipe connection or the straining of a connection cable is possible from any direction. and it can be retrofitted without any difficulty. The optionally available earthing unit consists of a hinged-type earthing switch fixed at the base frame. Incidental opening or closing of the units due to external influences (e.The contact elements are made of silver-plated copper. Thus. The current path consists of a welded aluminum structure with a minimum of terminal points. The HV terminals can be made according to DIN or NEMA standard. The energy is transmitted from the operating mechanism of the disconnector to a rotary pedestal. or earthquake) is impossible. This movement gives the best connection of main contacts and makes it possible to break an ice coating. which can be mounted on both sides of the disconnector. protected against atmospheric influences. short circuits. All components are protected against atmospheric influences. no appreciable change of the contact resistance occurs over many years.

each disconnector pole can be equipped with one or two earthing switches. Dead Center Interlocking—For all operating mechanisms. APPLICATIONS Disconnectors are used for metallic isolation of systems by creating in open position a visible isolating distance. No External Contact Springs—Contact fingers without external springs. Strong Pedestals—They guarantee that the deflection remains unchanged at high static mechanical terminal loads. and earthquake. the units are practically maintenance-free. such as storm. therefore. They are available for rated voltages from 123 to 420 kV and for rated currents up to 4000 A. They are appropriate for switching small currents or currents when no significant change in voltage occurs across the terminals. Little Maintenance—Owing to the selection of the material used and the encapsulation of the pedestals and rotary heads in connection with a permanent lubrication.Disconnectors Double-Break Disconnectors Type SDB 123 — 420 kV FEATURES Welded Aluminum Structure—The current path halves are welded aluminum structures with a minimum number of terminal points that are subject to corrosion. Double-break disconnectors can be operated in many types of high-voltage switchgear that are in use. no appreciable change of the contact resistance occurs over many years. For earthing and short circuiting disconnected plant sections. SELECTOR GUIDE 123 1 — 3 pol Without Ice 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 300 1 — 3 pol 362 1 — 3 pol 420 1 pol High-Voltage Products MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 5 296 . vibration. Easy and Simple Erection—The design of the current path makes it easy to adjust contact systems after cabling (self-adjusting). It ensures no change of the switching position in case of extreme external influences.

abb.0 2900 7240 8. class B Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 3.5-2.5-2.0-6.5-5.0-8.5-7.0-8.5 380 435 800 (+295) >190 <2500 1 950 950 800 (+295) >230 <2500 1 1050 1050 900 (+345) >270 <2500 1 kV kV 550 650 650 750 750 860 1050 1200 1050 1175 1425 kV kV 230 265 275 315 325 375 460 530 450 520 450 520 520 610 kA kA kA 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 100/125 40/50 100 125/160 50/63 A A A A 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 1600 2500 3150 4000 kV SDB 123 123 SDB 145 145 SDB 170 170 SDB 245 245 SDB 300 300 SDB 362 362 SDB 420 420 1050 (+170)* 1175 (+205)* 1425 (+240)* * Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal. For more information.5-7.5 3.0 4.5 2.0-6.0-2.0-8.0 1220 2460 1500 2900 1700 3400 2300 4900 6.0 5.5-5.5-7.Manufactured at ABB Inc.0-8.0-6.5 1.5-7. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 SPECIFICATIONS Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type n Type p Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Type n Type p/pc/q Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.0 2650 6000 6.5-2.0 3350 8400 kV kV kV kV µV A — — — >80 <2500 2 — — — >95 <2500 2 — — — >110 <2500 2 — — — >160 <2500 1.0 kN mm mm 4.5 1.5 3.5 5.5 2.5 1.0-2.0 5.5-7. 297 ABB .0-2.0 4.5-5.0-8.5-2.5-7.5-2. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com.0-10.5 3. 1 min To earth Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.5-2.0-6.5-5.5 1.0 4.5-2.5-7. class A Across open switching device.5-2.5 2.0-8.2/50 µs To earth Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth Across open switching device.

Both the contact head and the free end of the contact knife are provided with suitable corona-shields to reduce radio interference. corrosion-proof components. Number of control cables connected with the single-pole of the disconnector can be minimalized by using connection box. Available October 2002 The bottom flange of the post is designed to be mounted directly on the foundation bolts. The latter version is not equipped with a supporting post. to the other side ended with a spherical. silvered copper bars and fixed to the contact head. They enable fixing of the supporting insulator. A tubular steel post works as a base and supporting structure. and the operating mechanism as well as one or two earthing switches with their operating mechanisms. The post is fitted with a set of brackets for fixing the operating mechanism and a connection box at a level comfortable for the operating personnel. They are manufactured only in an individually motor driven single-pole version. The main circuit of a disconnector incorporates two contact heads with flat terminals and a moving knife made of aluminum tube. During closing operation the knife first swings out to the vertical position and then inserts axially into a tulip-like contact. The disconnector and the earthing switch are driven by motor operating mechanisms type MT 100. The main circuit of the earthing switch incorporates a tubular aluminum knife from one side. Both ends of the knife are fitted with silverplated contact plates. the rotary insulator of the disconnector. Gears of both the disconnector and the earthing switch pass beyond the dead points in extreme positions. Minimum work at erection and adjustment 5 298 . which form contact with springy silvered contact bars of the head. and maintenance-free bearings reduce the maintenance requirements to a minimum. nor insulators and is adapted to be mounted on either post of the disconnector. FEATURES High-Voltage Products High technical performance Vertical action of the contact arms enables the phase-to-phase clearance to be reduced to a minimum. after the long period operation without any maintenance works. Two tubular steel posts coupled together by means of a tubular rod work as its supporting structure. and in a version for mounting on disconnector type ONS. connected by means of a flexible copper-tinned lead to the supporting structure. The upper flange enables fixing of the supporting insulator with its contact head as well as the earthing gear.Disconnectors Vertical-Break Disconnectors Type ONS 245 and ONS 420 Design and Mode of Operation Disconnectors type ONS are outdoor vertical-break switches. The interlocking between the disconnector and the earthing switch is made in the operating mechanisms by appropriate connections of contacts in the auxiliary circuit. Disconnectors can be mounted on foundation bolts or on the supporting structure. The latter is made of springy. During the final phase of closing the knife makes a rotation around the longitudinal axis. head. The contact head is provided with suitable corona-shields. Kinematic’s designing of the disconnector’s operating mechanism prevents inadvertent opening or closing of the disconnector by external forces. High endurance and reliability High quality protective coatings. silver-plated contact. The earthing switches type OZP are also manufactured in a version for erection on the user’s supporting structure (with short supporting post).

com.abb. SELECTOR GUIDE 245 1 — 3 pol Without Ice MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 420 1 pol For more information. 299 ABB .APPLICATIONS Disconnectors type ONS are vertical-break isolating switches designed for operation in outdoor substations 420 kV. They may also be fitted with one or two earthing switches type OZP.They are designed to be combined with disconnectors type ONS or as a free-standing apparatus. Free-standing earthing switches type OZP are designed for operation in outdoor substations for 420 kV voltage and are intended for singleor double-side earthing parts of a circuit in a de-energized state. As single-pole switches. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. They are capable of opening and closing electric circuits when either negligible current is broken or made or when no signification change in the voltage across the terminals of the disconnector occurs. they are operated with individual electric operating mechanisms type MT 50 for each pole. The disconnectors are intended to operate as singlepole switches with individual electrical operating mechanism type MT 50 for each pole.

Poland +48 42 613 22 00 ONS 420 420 2500 3150 4000 100/125/160 50/63/63 520 610 1425 1425 (+240)* 1050 900 (+345) >270 <2500 1 1600/300 µV A A/V High-Voltage Products For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion A/kV A/kV 80/1.0-8.0 1.1-6.5-1.5-2.5-2.5 1600/200 kV kV 1050 1200 kV kV 460 530 A A A kA kA 2500 3150 4000 100/125/160 40/50/63 kV ONS 245 245 Manufactured at ABB Inc. 1 min To earth and between poles Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.0-6.1-6.5 5.4 1.Disconnectors Vertical-Break Disconnectors Type ONS 245 and ONS 420 SPECIFICATIONS Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type p Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.0 3150/3350 10.25/5 80/2 1. **As an option 5 300 .2/50 µs To earth and between poles Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth and between poles Across open switching device Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Bus-transfer switching ability according to IEC 1128** Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class A** kV kV kV — — >160 <2500 1.2-5.0-10.500 kN kN 3.0 2100/2300 4900 8.0 1.25/5 kN mm mm 4.5 ** Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal.

if available. to the top bearing in the gearbox. the earthing switch contact is attached to the top intermediate piece. The corona protection fittings attached to the pantograph arms also serve as a catching device in case of vertical movement of the suspended contact. Current is transferred through the pantograph joints by tapered roller contacts and then through the gearbox. which guarantees reliable grasping of the suspended contact. The contact strips on the pantograph arms during making operation travel through a wide-reach angle. especially in case of the short circuit. The suspended contact is situated above the disconnector on the overhead line and is grasped with a high-pressure when the pantograph is in the closed position. Mode of Operation Each pole of the disconnectors and earthing switches is actuated by a separate operating mechanism. The top intermediate piece is arranged between the support insulator and gear box with the pantograph. birds. The design of the disconnector prevents formation of ice block between the pantograph and gearbox.g. For more information. thus preventing the suspended contact from slipping out of the pantograph arms. Disconnectors for high short circuit currents are equipped with a damper. 301 ABB . before reaching its final position. and animals (e. acting on the contacts of the disconnector is concentrated on a single point. and their operating durability is considerably higher than that of the still widely used multi-strand conductors. The entire transmission system has a simple mechanical design. strong wind). due to breakage of the rotary insulator or to vibrations caused by an earthquake). and then to both pantograph arms by means of operating rods. Due to the scissors’ action when making and breaking the forces. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. the cables or tubes can run laterally past the switch in piece. It also serves as a mounting point for the bottom conductor. gear box.abb. the built-in earthing switch with its pivot bearing. a counterbalance spring is mounted. offering universal connection possibilities. All gearbox and pantograph bearings are permanently lubricated and maintenance-free. These connections have been proven correct for many years of operation under extreme conditions in wet and cold climate. For balancing the weight of the pantograph in the gearbox. Because the gearbox is closed on all sides the installed components are protected against atmospheric influences. and the pantograph. so that even thick layers of ice can be easily broken and removed.com.g. and thus the work involved in mounting. In the case of disconnectors with built-in earthing switches. thus preventing the pantograph arms of the disconnector from opening and closing incidentally (e. even if its position changes considerably due to the influence of adverse weather conditions (e. Adaptation of the top intermediate piece to the respective installation needs helps to reduce the number of structural elements. The pantograph has the welded aluminum construction and together with the cast aluminum gearbox. which are more susceptible to corrosion because of their large surface area. forms a mechanical unit. as well as a pivot bearing with the rotary insulator and. Bolt connections are generally avoided so that operating reliability is not impaired with time from bolts working loose or by corrosion in the joint. During making or breaking. This damper is mounted between the pantographs joints to dampen the vibrations caused by the short circuit current.Single-Column Pantograph Disconnectors Type TFB 123 — 550 kV Design The stable frame carries the constructional element of the disconnector. the operating lever in the gearbox travels through a dead center position. snakes) as well as their nests. It is mounted to the foundation by means of four studs and supports the support insulator with an intermediate piece. contamination. The torque from the motor of the operating mechanism is transmitted through the operating shaft and rotary insulator. The construction guarantees the highest possible degree of mechanical stability and reliable current transfer.g. The high-contact pressure in the closed position does not only assure reliable current transfer but also reduces contact wear. On all four sides flat terminals are provided.

Single-column pantograph disconnector type TFB is appropriate for outdoor installations with conductors arranged at two different levels. SELECTOR GUIDE 123 1 — 3 pol Without Ice 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 300 1 — 3 pol 362 1 — 3 pol 420 1 pol 550 1 pol High-Voltage Products MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA — — — — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — — — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — — — MT 100 — MT100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — MT 100 — 5 302 . Optionally. They permit modern installation design and require minimal space. They are appropriate for switching small currents or currents when no significant change in voltage occurs across the terminals. each disconnector pole can be equipped with an earthing switch for earthing and short circuiting disconnected sections of the substation or plant.Disconnectors Single-Column Pantograph Disconnectors Type TFB 123 — 550 kV FEATURES Especially suitable for a plant with minimal installation area Switching position clearly recognizable from a far distance High dynamic force from suitable dimensioning of the pantograph and attached damper Reliable opening and closing even when disconnector is covered with ice Wide catching range Short assembly time Easy adjustment from the stud-bolt arrangement Available connections for all busbar designs Highest possible degree of operating safety and maintenance-free operation due to the welded pantograph construction Especially suitable for outdoor installation due to the use of aluminum or galvanized steel parts Positive switching positions due to dead center interlock APPLICATIONS Disconnectors are used for metallic isolation of systems by creating in the open position a visible isolating distance.

0 1500 2900 6.4/3 50/1 0.5 4.0-10.5-2.0 1.25/5 kV kV kV kV µV A A/V — — — >80 <1000 2 1600/100 — — — >95 <1000 2 1600/100 — — — >110 <1000 2 1600/100 — — — >160 <1000 1.0-10.6-7.0-2.0-8. class B Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Bus-transfer switching ability according to IEC 1128** Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class A** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 4.0 2650 4900 A/kV A/kV 50/0.2-5.5 kN mm mm 6.0 1.2-5.4/3 80/1. **As an option For more information.2-5.0-10.4 1.6-7.0-10.0-10.4/3 50/1 0.5-2.0-8.0 1.5 1600/200 850 850 700 (+245) >190 <1000 1 1600/200 kV kV 550 650 650 750 750 860 1050 1200 1050 1050 (+170)* kV kV 230 265 275 315 325 375 460 530 380 435 kA kA 100/125 40/50 100/125 40/50 100/125/160 40/50/63 100/125/160 40/50/63 100/125/160 40/50/63 A A 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 kV TFB 123 123 TFB 145 145 TFB 170 170 TFB 245 245 TFB 300 300 ** Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal.5 4. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.25/5 80/1.5 4.0 1.4 1.2-5.0 2300 4900 6.0 1220 2460 6.6-7.0-2.5-2. 1 min To earth Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.6-7.5 4.5 0.0-8. class A Across open switching device.0 1.0-2.0-8.0 1700 3400 6.SPECIFICATIONS Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Type pc/q Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz. 303 ABB .5-2.2/50 µs To earth Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth Across open switching device.0-8.com.0-2.abb.5-2.2-5.6-7.0-2.

500 4.5-3.6-7. **As an option 5 304 .25/5 80/2 1.2-5.0-12.0-8.2/50 µs To earth Across open switching device Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth Across open switching device.0 2650 7240 6.0-8.2-5.0-10. class B Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Bus-transfer switching ability according to IEC 1128** Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129 class A** For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance Admissible mechanical terminal load Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN kN mm mm A/kV A/kV kV kV kV kV µV A A/V kV kV kV kV kA kA A A TFB 550 550 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 3150 4000 100/125/160 40/50/63 100/125/160 40/50/63 100/125 40/50 100/125 40/50 450 520 520 610 520 760 620 760 1175 1175 (+205)* 1425 1425 (+240)* 1425 1550 (+300)* 1550 1550 (+315)* 950 950 800 (+295) >230 <1000 1 1600/200 1050 1050 900 (+345) >270 <1000 1 1600/300 1175 1175 900 (+430) >270 <1000 1 1600/300 1175 1175 900 (+450) >335 <1000 1 1600/300 High-Voltage Products 80/2 1.0-10.5-2.0-2.0-10.5 4.5-2. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 Disconnector Rated voltage Rated normal current Type pc Type q Rated peak withstand current of disconnector and earthing switch Type pc/q Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.15 4.0-2.2-5.0-12.6-7.5-2.5 6.0 1.75 1.6/8 6.5 6.15 4.0-8.15 ** Values in brackets are peak values of power frequency voltage applied to the opposite terminal.0-12.5-3.0-8.75 1. class A Across open switching device.0-8.2-5.6-7.75 1.0-2.25/5 80/2 1.5-2. 1 min To earth Across open switching device Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.0-2.6-7.0-8.0-8.25/5 80/2 1.5-3.0-10.Disconnectors/Earthing Switches Single-Column Pantograph Disconnectors Type TFB 123 — 550 kV SPECIFICATIONS (continued) TFB 362 kV 362 TFB 420 420 TFB 420-1 420 Manufactured at ABB Inc.5 3350 8400 3350 8400 4200 10.

5/90 1 — 3 pol Without Ice MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA — — — — — — MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 HA 31 — 80 123 1 — 3 pol MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT50 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — — — MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — — — MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — — — For more information. and the tubular contact arm swings upwards when the unit is closed. the units are practically maintenance-free. They are designed for no-load switching and are able to disconnect low charging currents. the steel parts.g. and it can also be retrofitted later without any difficulty. etc. FEATURES Dead center interlocking—It ensures no change of the switching position in case of extreme external influences such as storm. All components are protected against atmospheric influences. free-standing earthing switch is the sectional base frame.5 — 300 kV Design The carrying constructional element of the singlecolumn. 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 300 1 — 3 pol SELECTOR GUIDE 72. Therefore. due to vibrations caused by an earthquake. In the open position the tubular contact arm is located along the base frame. The energy is transmitted to the earthing switch shaft via the operating shaft.Type TEC 72. APPLICATIONS Earthing switches are used for earthing and short circuiting disconnected sections of substation or plant. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.) is avoided. The tubular arm is permanently connected with the earthed frame by means of a flexible connection. Earthing switches type TEC are suitable for outdoor installations and can be supplied as the single-column. The design of the operating linkage is such that a dead center position is passed through shortly before the end positions are reached. Little maintenance—Owing to the selection of the material used and the encapsulation of the pedestals and rotary heads in connection with a permanent lubrication.com. short circuits. the built-in earthing switch type TEC can be attached to the disconnector type SGF at the site. 305 ABB . automatic opening or closing of the units caused by some external influences (e. which are liable to rust. Thanks to the universal design. or earthquake. vibration. The post insulator is assembled on the mounting plate and supports the contact with highvoltage terminal acc to DIN or NEMA standard. Mode of Operation The earthing switch is operated separately. In the closed position the contact fingers come to rest against the stop with initial tension.abb. free-standing earthing switch or as an earthing switch built on the same base frame together with disconnector type SGF and TFB. are hot dip galvanized.

5-0.5-0. 1 min Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage to earth 1.25/5 80/1.0-8. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 TEC 72.0-8.5-2.0 770 1450 4.0 1500 2900 4.5 0.5 2.5-2.1-4.5-2.0-8.4/5 50/1 0.2 / 50 µs Rated switching impulse withstand voltage to earth 250/2500 µs Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Inducted current switching ability according to IEC 1129* For electromagnetic coupling For electrostatic coupling Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Minimum creepage distance kN mm mm 4.1-6.4/3 kV kA kA ABB Inc.5-2.0 1.5 ***As an option *** Values apply to support insulators of standard design given in the table.5-2.5 3.4 1.0 1.5-2.0-8.Earthing Switches Manufactured at Type TEC 72.5 3.0 1.0-6.1-5. 5 306 .5-2.0-6.5-2.5 0.0-6.5 0.25/5 4.7-6.0-6.5 3.4/3 50/1 0.1-6. *** Values-type designation is complemented by the data for rated peak withstand current.0 2650 4900 High-Voltage Products Admissible mechanical terminal load** Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 2.5-6.2-5.0 2300 4900 6.5 — 300 kV SPECIFICATIONS Earthing Switch Rated voltage Rated peak withstand current Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage to earth 50 Hz.0 1700 3400 A/kV A/kV — — — — 50/0.0 2.5 3.0 1220 2460 4.0 870 1800 4.5 100 40 TEC 90*** 90 100 40 TEC 123*** 123 100/125 40/50 TEC 145*** 145 100/125 40/50 TEC 170*** 170 100/125 40/50 TEC 245*** 245 100/125 40/50 TEC 300*** 300 100/125 40/50 kV 140 150 230 275 325 460 380 kV 325 380 550 650 750 1050 1050 kV kV µV A — >46 — 2 — >57 — 2 — >80 <500 2 — >95 <500 2 — >110 <1000 2 — >160 <500 1.5-2.1-6.0-4.5 5.0 1.5-2.5*** 72.5 850 >230 <1000 1 80/1.5-2.0-8.0-6.4 1.0-6.

) is avoided. via the operating shaft. short circuits. Earthing switches type TEB are suitable for outdoor installations and can be supplied as an earthing switch built on the same base frame together with disconnector TFB or SGF or as the single-column. automatic opening or closing of the units caused by some external influences (e. The energy is transmitted to the earthing switch shaft. etc. Therefore. In the end position. and it is mounted to the foundation by means of four stud bolts. and the tubular contact arm swings upwards when the unit is closed. The design of the operating linkage is such that a dead center position is passed through shortly before the respective end position is reached. the earthing blade at the top of the tubular contact arm lies between the contact fingers of the earthing contact. When in the closed position. Mode of Operation The earthing switch is operated separately. APPLICATIONS Earthing switches are used for earthing and short circuiting disconnected sections of substations and plants.g. free-standing earthing switch. vibration. Earthing contact is attached to the contact carrier. The tubular arm is permanently connected with the earthed frame by means of a flexible connection (silver-faced copper strips).abb. the steel parts liable to rusting are hot dip galvanized. or earthquake. which is equipped with corona protection fitting and contact carrier.Type TEB 170 — 550 kV Design The carrying constructional element of the earthing switch is the stable base frame. the earthing blade is inserted upwards into earthing contact where it is held in place. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. FEATURES Reliable opening and closing even when disconnector is covered with ice Short assembly time Highest possible degree of operating safety and maintenance-free operation due to the welded TEB construction Especially suitable for outdoor installation due to the use of aluminum or galvanized steel parts Dead center interlocking ensures no change of the switching position in case of extreme external influences such as storm. 307 ABB . On that base frame is assembled the insulator column. They are designed for no-load switching and are able to disconnect low charging currents.com. SELECTOR GUIDE 170 1 — 3 pol Without Ice MT HA 10 mm Ice MT HA 20 mm Ice MT HA MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 — MT 100 — 245 1 — 3 pol MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 — MT 100 — 300 1 — 3 pol MT 50 HA 31 — 80 MT 50 — MT 100 — 362 1 — 3 pol MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — MT 100 — 420 1 pol MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — MT 100 — 550 1 pol MT 100 HA 31 — 80 MT 100 — MT 100 — For more information. due to vibrations caused by an earthquake. All components are protected against atmospheric influences. Re-adjustment of the stud bolt nuts enables easy and precise adjustment of the earthing switch and/or compensation of inaccuracies from the foundation or from tensile forces.

5 4.0 1.6-7.0 1.0-10 2900 kV kV µV A — >110 <500 1 — >160 <500 1 850 >190 <500 1 950 >230 <500 1 kV 750 1050 1050 1175 kV 325 460 380 450 kV kA TEB 170* 170 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 TEB 245* 245 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 TEB 300* 300 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 TEB 362* 362 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 ABB Inc.0-10 3350 6.5-2.0-10 2650 6.0 1. 1 min To earth and between poles Rated lighting impulse withstand voltage 1.2-5.2-5. **Values apply to support insulators of standard design given in the table.6-7.0-10 1700 6.0-2.2/50 µs To earth and between poles Rated switching impulse withstand voltage 250/2500 µs To earth and between poles Discharge inception voltage Radio interference voltage Three-phase breaking capacity inductive/capacitive Insulator design Minimum failing load Overall height Admissible mechanical terminal load** kN mm 6.5-2.5-2.5-2.2-5.6-7.5-2.0-2.0-8.5 4.0-8.0-2.2-5.0-8.0-2.5 *Values-type designation is complemented by the data for rated peak withstand current. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 TEB 420* 420 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 TEB 550* 550 100/ 125/160 40/50/63 kA 520 620 1425 1550 1050 >270 <500 1 1175 >350 <1000 1 6.6-7.5-2.0-8.2-5.0-8.5 4.0 1.0-10 4200 High-Voltage Products Static and dynamic Static portion kN kN 4.0 1.0-2.Earthing Switches/Operating Mechanisms Manufactured at Type TEB 170 — 550 kV SPECIFICATIONS Earthing Switch Rated voltage Rated peak withstand current of earthing switch (peak) Rated short-time withstand current (rms) Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz.0 1. 5 308 .6-7.0-8.0-2.6-7. Example: The complete destination for a 420 kV single-column earthing switch with peak withstand current of 125 kA is: TEB 420/125.5 4.2-5.5 4.0-10 2300 6.

In this case it is not possible to insert the crank into the auxiliary pin for emergency operation.O. TQ 1.O. a rectifier is installed upstream of the DC motor. and 8 N.5 mm2. Mode of Operation Transmission of power from the motor to the operating spindle is via a gear train. colored.Ventilation is provided by a cable gland with a filter insert. and 4 N. The incoming and outgoing cables are passed from below through a 4-mm thick. which is Dipotherm 0. For more information. The connections to the motor. All bored holes (standard versions: 2 x conduit thread P36.The control contactor picks up and locks in. Also located in the plate is the connection angle with a 13-mm bored hole for outside earth coming in.abb. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 8 N. limit switches. a limit switch cancels the operation. black. The earthing connection in the box between the door and the housing has a cross-sectional area of 6 mm2. removable cable entry plate made of aluminum. The cable glands are not included in the standard scope of delivery and must be provided by the customer. and 2 x conduit thread P16) are closed with blanking plugs. All devices are protected against accidental touching of electrical connections by means of appropriate constructional features or covers.C. The basic version of MT 50 or MT 100 includes the following: Contactor control with lock-in feature 8-pole pilot switch with 4 N. except the motor lead.com. The motor-operated mechanism is normally activated from a control room or a local control cubicle. flexible. 309 ABB . The switching angle of the output shaft is 190 degrees. which is located on the output shaft. The optional blocking magnet prevents use of the emergency manual operation of motor-operated mechanism if there is no actuating signal from the control room. Other options can be supplied on request. located in the cable entry plate. The safety contacts interrupt the control circuit for the motor when the manual emergency crank is inserted. at this point the unit can be operated only with the manual emergency crank. FEATURES Welded aluminum structure Compact design APPLICATIONS The motor-operated mechanisms type MT 50 and MT 100 are designed for outdoor installation and used for the electrical remote operation of disconnectors and earthing switches. Limit switches are tripped by the operating cross. using an ON or OFF command.56 mm2. Auxiliary switches are actuated by a control disc fitted to the operating shaft.C. Unauthorized opening of the door and removing of the cover hood for manual emergency operation can be prevented by an optionally built-in padlock. The control components are attached to a mounting plate and wired to the terminal strip.Motor-Operating Mechanism Type MT 50 and MT 100 Design All components of the operating mechanism are assembled in an aluminum sheet housing with a door at the front. contacts. blocking magnet (if included). An anti-condensation heater connected to the voltage supply is permanently mounted onto the terminal unit. When either of the end positions is reached. and the lighting system are routed via an adapter plug. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. A clearance of approximately 10 cm is provided to connect the control cables to the terminal strip. In case of ac operation. 4 x conduit thread P29. By removing the bridges and cancelling the series connection.

.O. the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC..O. 6 N.T = 40 ms Wiring of the pilot switches to the terminal strip • Wires with marks Local control system.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.T = 40 ms • 8-pole pilot switch with 3 N. 1 lagging N..O..C. 1 leading N.C..C.. contact 2 A at 220 VDC.O.O.T = 40 ms • 8-pole pilot switch with 3 N. 3 N. and contact 2 A at 220 VDC.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC. 1 leading N. Switching capacity: 3 N.O. and 1 leading N. and 2 leading N. In this case.O.. 2 lagging N. 1 lagging N..T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.C.C. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 8 N. consisting of: • One changeover switch (local-off-remote) and rest control switch (ON-OFF) or • One changeover switch (local-off-remote) and two push buttons (ON. and 8 N.. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 6 N..T = 20 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation.O. which prevents removal of the cover for emergency operation Cable plate • Without holes • With holes 2 x Pg36.. 1 lagging N. the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC. closed with blanking plugs • Without holes but with cable glands Position indicator • Electrical (lamp) • Mechanical 5 High-Voltage Products 310 . and 2 x Pg21.O.C. 1 lagging N. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 6 N. In this case. 3 N..C.. and 4 N..C.Operating Mechanisms Motor-Operating Mechanism Type MT 50 and MT 100 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Pilot switches (maximum of 2 pilot switches can be installed) • 8-pole pilot switch 4 N... and 1 lagging N.C.O. 2 N.C. 2 lagging N. contacts (same design as included in basic version).O. and 1 leading N.O.. Switching capacity: 3 N. and 1 leading N.C.T = 40 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation. the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC. 4 N.C. 4 x Pg29.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.O.. OFF) Blocking magnet Miniature circuit breaker for: • Heater • Control system • Motor Motor protection device • Overload relay with automatic resetting • Overload relay with manual resetting • Overload circuit-breaker—automatic and manual reset Control device for heating • Thermostat adjusted • Hydrostat adjusted Interior lighting (switches on when door is opened) Device for locking the door • Handle type “T” • Handle type “T” with cylinder lock • Double-beard lock • Padlock.C.C...O.T = 20 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation. 3 N. Switching capacity: 2 A at 220 VDC. In this case.C.

com. 311 ABB .5/90 1 — 3 pol Without Ice SDB SGF TEC TFB TEB 10 mm Ice SDB SGF TEC TFB TEB 20 mm Ice SDB SGF TEC TFB TEB MT 100 — — — — MT 100 MT 100 — — — MT 100 MT 100 — — — MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 50 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 50 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 — — MT 100 MT 50 MT 50 MT 100 MT 50 MT 100 MT 50 MT 100 MT 100 MT 50 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 MT 100 — MT 100 MT 100 123 1 — 3 pol 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 420 1 pol 550 1 pol For more information.SELECTOR GUIDE 72. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.

torque required at the operating shaft for emergency operation MT 50 MT 100 Rated torque on the operating shaft at rated voltage 5 Nm 7.2 W) 75 ms 60. between 8 and 12 sec. 125.5 Nm 500 Nm 1000 Nm at least 70 approx. 50/60 Hz +10/-20% 470 W STANDARD FEATURES MT 50 MT 100 Rotations of emergence crank for a 190° switching angle of the operating shaft Heating capacity Heating voltage Degree of protection against contact with live or moving parts ingress of foreign bodies and water Cross-section of internal wiring (except motor and heater) Maximal cross-section of supply leads Solid Stranded (with end sleeve) Weight Dimensions (cubicle) L x W x H Technical Data of the Built-in Control Contactors High-Voltage Products Operating voltage Admissible deviation from the operating voltage Rated power consumption of the magnet coils When operated with dc pick-up/holding When operated with ac pick-up/holding Min.5 and 6 sec. 125. Manufactured at ABB Inc. 25 W 60. short-time duty Switching time (depending on load) MT 50 MT 100 Max. 110. or 220 VDC 110 or 220 VAC. 125. 6 W 100% 5 312 .5 mm2 40 kg 500 x 210 x 500 mm between 3. or 220 V IP 54 1. 110. 110. 125. 110.Operating Mechanisms Motor-Operating Type MT 50 and MT 100 SPECIFICATIONS Technical Data of Motor-Operated Mechanisms MT 50 and MT 100 Rated motor voltage Admissible deviation from the rated motor voltage Rated motor output. or 220 VDC 110 or 220 VAC +10/-15% approx. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 60. or 220 VDC 110 or 220 VAC +10/-15% 7 W/7 W 60 VA/9 VA (50 W/2. signal duration for self-holding Technical Data of the Blocking Magnet Operating voltage Admissible deviation from the operating voltage Rated power consumption of the magnet coil when operated with dc Duty cycle 60.5 mm2 4 mm2 2.

flexible. It is located in the cable entry plate. The earthing connection in the box between the door and the housing has a cross-sectional area of 6 mm2. which can be locked in both end positions by a padlock. 313 ABB . Also located in that plate is the connection angle with a 13-mm bored hole for outside earth coming in. Cable glands are not included in the standard scope of delivery and must be provided by the customer.com. By removing the bridges and cancelling the series connection. APPLICATIONS The manual-operated mechanism type HA 31 — 80 is designed for outdoor installations and used for the operation of high-voltage disconnectors and earthing switches. black The incoming and outgoing cables are passed from below through a 2-mm thick.O. All bored holes (standard versions: 1 x conduit thread 29 and 2 x conduit thread 21) are closed with blanking plugs. In this case the movement of the manual operating lever is blocked. contacts.5 mm2.C. All devices are protected against accidental touching of electrical connections by means of appropriate constructional features or covers. The basic version of HA 31 — 80 includes the following: 8-pole pilot switch with 4 N. STANDARD FEATURES Welded aluminum structure Compact design For more information.abb. The control components are attached to a mounting plate and wired to the terminal strip. Ventilation is provided by a cable gland with a filter insert. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.C. The optional blocking magnet prevents any operation of the manual-operating mechanism if there is no actuating signal from the control room. Auxiliary switches are actuated by a control disc fitted to the operating shaft. Unauthorized opening of the door can be prevented by an optionally built-in padlock (special design). the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 8 N. The switching angle of an operating mechanism is 190 degrees. A clearance of approximately 10 cm is provided to connect the control cables to the terminal strip.Hand-Operating Type HA 31 — 80 Design All components of the operating mechanism are assembled in an aluminum sheet housing with a door at the front. and 8 N. Cross sectional area for all internal connections: TQ 1. Mode of Operation The manual-operated mechanism is actuated by an operating lever. and 4 N. removable cable entry plate made of aluminum.O. An anti-condensation heater connected to the voltage supply is permanently mounted onto the terminal unit.

C.O.O.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.. 3 N.O. and 1 lagging N. 1 leading N.5/90 1 — 3 pol Without Ice SGF HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 123 1 — 3 pol 145 1 — 3 pol 170 1 — 3 pol 245 1 — 3 pol 420 1 pol 550 1 pol High-Voltage Products TEC TFB TEB 10 mm Ice SGF TEC TFB TEB 20 mm Ice SGF TEC TFB TEB HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — HA 31 — 80 HA 31 — 80 — — — — HA 31 — 80 — — — HA 31 — 80 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 5 314 ..T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.. and 8 N. and 4 N. 4 N.. Switching capacity: 2 A at 220 VDC.O.C. the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC..C... the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC. 1 lagging N. In this case.C. 1 lagging N. 1 lagging N.O... and 2 leading N.O. the switching capacity is: 1 A at 220 VDC.T = 40 ms • 8-pole pilot switch with 3 N. 6 N.C. contact 2 A at 220 VDC..C. and 1 leading N.T = 40 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation. 1 leading N.T = 40 ms Wiring of the pilot switches to the terminal strip • Wires with marks Blocking magnet for preventing maloperation Control device for heating • Thermostat adjusted Device for locking the door • Handle type “T” • Handle type “T” with cylinder lock • Padlock which prevents removal of the cover for emergency operation SELECTOR GUIDE 72.C. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 6 N. 3 N. and 1 leading N.Operating Mechanisms Hand-Operating Mechanism Type HA 31 — 80 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Pilot switches (maximum of 2 pilot switches can be installed) • 8-pole pilot switch 4 N. 2 N.T = 20 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation. In this case. 1 lagging N.O.C. Switching capacity: 3 N.O.O.O. and contact 2 A at 220 VDC. contacts (same design as included in basic version).. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 6 N.. 2 lagging N. the number of pilot switch contacts can be increased up to 8 N.O.C.C.O.C.C.... 2 lagging N..O.. In this case.T = 40 ms • 8-pole pilot switch with 3 N.C. Switching capacity: 3 N.. 3 N..T = 20 ms By removing the bridges and cancelling the series installation.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC..C. and 1 leading N.O.C.T = 20 ms or 4 A at 110 VDC.

110.5 mm2 25 kg 300 x 155 x 400 mm 500 Nm 1000 mm 190° approx. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. or 220 VDC 110.5 mm2 For more information. 25 W 60.com. or 220 VAC +10/-15% approx. 110. 315 ABB . 125. Poland +48 42 613 22 00 SPECIFICATIONS Technical Data of Manual-Operating Mechanism Rated torque required on the operating lever Length of operating lever Switching angle of the hand lever Heating capacity Heating voltage Degree of protection against contact with live or moving parts ingress of foreign bodies and water Cross-section of internal wiring Cross-section of supply leads Solid Stranded (with end sleeve) Weight Dimensions (cubicle) L x W x H Technical Data of Blocking Magnet Operating voltage Admissible deviation from the operating voltage Rated power consumption of magnet coil Duty cycle 60. 125. 6 W 100% 4. or 220 V IP 54 1.abb. 125.Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 mm2 2.

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5.4 7.20 65 (3 — 39 kV) 80 (45 — 120 kV) 65 All Ratings 65 (3 — 39 kV) 80 (45 — 360 kV) 80 All Ratings 65 All Ratings Porcelain Silicone Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain 38 — 320 35 — 337 38 — 330 38 — 340 38 — 350 Transmission-Line PEXLINK 1 2 12 — 216 2. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. per IEC 99-4 Clause 7.4 2.Surge Arresters ABB surge arresters are the primary protection against various kinds of overvoltages (atmospheric or switching). maximum temporary overvoltage capability.0 10.35 2.275 2.67 2. duration).97 20 All Ratings Silicone 38 — 250 Ratings 45 kV and above are supplied with a 10-inch mounting bolt circle.2 2. The active elements (blocks) of ABB surge arresters are manufactured using a highly non-linear ceramic resistor material composed largely of zinc oxide mixed with other metal oxides and sintered together. 2-Shot. 3 1-Shot—design performance rating (4 msec. and pressure-relief capability.97 20 All Ratings Silicone 38 — 325 2.abb.5 7. diverting the surge current. energy absorption capability.2 20 All Ratings Silicone 38 — 155 Intermediate Class PEXLIM-A Station Class EXLIM-R1 XPS EXLIM-Q EXLIM-P EXLIM-T 3 — 1925 3 — 2405 3 — 360 54 — 4445 110 — 612 5 3 — 120 2. ABB manufactures arresters suitable for a range of selection criteria including: Maximum continuous operating voltage.35 2.0 5. They are generally connected in parallel with the equipment to be protected.4 2.8 3. 317 ABB . See table on page 318 for standard voltage ratings and the corresponding MCOV ratings.4 2.0 7. SELECTION GUIDE Type Voltage Rating (kV)2 Energy Capability (kJ/kV of rating)3 1-Shot IEC Protective Level4 Pressure-Relief Class (kA) Housing Type Product Bulletin Distribution Class POLIM-D 3 — 30 1. protective characteristics.5 4 Typical protective level.5 4.5 4.6 2.4 12 15.6 2. varies by rating 5 Contact factory for ratings not described For more information.com.

65 8.80 6.1 6.40 8.25 8.90 8.4 8.5 48.65 7.5 24.47 13.00 69. Impedance Ground.30 15.00 24.0 19.55 5.20 48.30 2.20 26.10 13.55 3.80 24.0 17.2 10.8 5.2 15.4 10.04 7.8 3.3 17.00 — Nominal Maximum 2.40 12.30 22.0 2 2.70 15.10 7.3 17.40 29.43 (assuming no recent prior energy surge) For resistance grounded systems: Line-to-line voltage divided by 1.10 36.20 12.00 29.90 14.2 10.00 Minimum Arrester MCOV (kV) Temporarily Ungrounded.80 20.00 1 2 2.8 5.50 46.00 24.70 10.0 17.00 5 High-Voltage Products Line-to-line overvoltage for 4 seconds (maximum recloser duty): Maximum system voltage (L-L) divided by 1.8 3.00 42.1 6.4 10.4 — — — 3 2.86 23.74 12.00 36.40 4.2 10.2 15.0 24.30 22.10 5.10 7.60 13.30 15.16 4.30 72.00 12.50 21. or Ungrounded Circuits 1 2.2 10.30 5.2 10.4 31.41 permit arrester to withstand system line-to-line voltage for 10 seconds (again assuming no recent prior surge) 3 Maximum system line-to-line voltage continuously 318 .94 34.30 15.Surge Arresters FEATURES Minimum Recommended ABB Arrester MCOV for Various System Voltages System Voltage kV (L-L) Grounded Neutral Circuits 2.50 57.20 13.70 15.00 24.3 3.80 4.78 22.40 24.52 4.32 12.3 3.30 15.37 5.

multiple or long transmission lines. TOV duration ranges from a few milliseconds to many hours (for example. The MCOV is the maximum designated root-mean square [rms] value of power frequency voltage that may be applied continuously between the terminals of the arrester.FEATURES (continued) Surge Arrester Characteristics and Capabilities Maximum continuous operating voltage [MCOV] is the key application criteria to make sure the arrester can survive under normal system conditions. The only measure of energy capability that is specified in standards is the line discharge class per IEC. This is done in two different ways: Two line discharge impulses—This is the energy the arrester has been subjected to during the switching surge operation duty test as per IEC or ANSI. followed by thermal stability. Proper selection of MCOV. the pressurerelief capability is verified by both high and low current tests. TOV curves are available on all types of arresters published in the technical product bulletins. whichever is highest. For more information. depending on the system impedance and/or grounding conditions. Hence. Energy absorption capabilities may be required to absorb energy generated by switching overvoltages and/or energy stored in the power system. After the operation of the pressure-relief. to conduct the resulting system short circuit current through it without a violent explosion. which may damage nearby equipment or injure personnel. These protective levels must be compared to the voltage withstand level of the equipment or system to be protected in order to achieve insulation coordination. Maximum temporary overvoltage capability [TOV] is the maximum designated root-mean square [rms] value of power frequency voltage that may be applied for a designated period of time between the terminals of the arrester. in the event of its overloading due to any reason. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. depending on fault-clearance time). Single impulse energy—This is the maximum permissible amount of energy that the arrester may be subjected to in one single impulse with 4 ms duration.abb. The short circuit current may be high or low. the arrester must be replaced. Protective levels are published in table form in (kA). will result in proper arrester application. Other sources of TOV are ferro-resonance and load-rejection. 319 ABB . along with the other following protective criteria.com. The most common form of TOV occurs on the unfaulted phases of a system during a ground fault involving one or two phases. and circuit breaker switching operation must be analyzed to assure proper application. Selection of the system voltage and its grounding provisions from the previous table will list the lowest MCOV recommended for the selected application. ABB presents energy capability in kJ/kV of duty cycle rating. Protective characteristics are published for each arrester type. No standard explicitly defines what is meant by energy capability of an arrester. This is published as the 1-shot energy capability in the selection guide. The effects of capacitor banks. Pressure-relief capability is the ability of the arrester.

1. STANDARD FEATURES The POLIM-D features a silicone polymer housing that.47 x . The POLIM-D surge arrester is suitable for the protection of distribution transformers.65 (42) .316 x MCOV) • 10 seconds (a: 1.79 (12 x 20) 1.11 standards.47 x . Temporary overvoltage capability (TOV)—Power frequency versus time characteristic: • 1 second (a: 1.91 (12 x 23) 4.57 (116) 3.310 x MCOV) a = value tested with a sample that has not been prestressed by any energy input b = value tested with a sample that has been prestressed with a prior energy input according to the operating duty test The values have been determined with a test sample preheated at 60°C according to IEC 60099-4 and refer to an ambient temperature up to 45°C.262 x MCOV) • 1 second (b: 1.79 (12 x 20) L S T T 5 320 .47 x . medium-voltage switchgear.91 (12 x 23) 4.Surge Arresters Distribution Class POLIM-D The POLIM-D surge arrester offers protection for medium-voltage networks against both atmospheric and switching overvoltages.350 x MCOV) • 10 seconds (b: 1. POLIM arresters meet IEC 60099-4 standards and fulfill heavy duty distribution class as per ANSI/IEEE C62.65 (42) .390 x Uc or b: 1.57 (116) High-Voltage Products H H . has the highest resistance to pollution.65 (42) . when compared to other polymeric materials. It can be utilized for both indoor and outdoor applications. particularly in severe environmental conditions.47 x .43 (87) 1. and cables.337 x Uc or b: 1. SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).

80 Wave 8/20 µs 2.90 48. (kg) <.30 41.20 10 kA pk 14.00 24.1 (207) 9.80 35.5 (191) 7.80 74.00 84.90 29.40 95.8 (96) 4.55 (1.50 52.40 15.6) <.90 71.00 56.37 (0. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Greensburg.30 500 A pk 11.6 (118) 5.µs 5 kA pk 14.00 32.30 17.60 71. 321 ABB .6) <1.9 (100) 4.40 18.70 63.3 (286) Weight Lbs.90 31.5 (165) 8.30 55.40 86.2) <.60 22.80 37.80 60.20 250 A pk 10.90 66.90 63.74 (1. Rating (kV) 3 9 9/10 12 15 18 21 27 30 Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 6.40 Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).10 29.50 21.1 (230) 9.02 (2.8) <.60 26.0 (153) 6.55 5.37 (0.2) <1.40 39.7 (144) 7.8 (274) 11.5 (191) 9. For more information.70 15.0 (153) 12.60 20.60 39.80 23.0 (229) 10.0 (306) 12.10 40.8 (121) 5.10 58.4 (239) 9.30 64.6) <.50 30..74 (1.00 28.abb.60 71.70 78.7 (296) T min Inches (mm) 3.Manufactured at ABB Inc.90 26.20 49.50 23.00 35.00 22.20 35.10 19.90 79.20 24.00 21.com.0 (306) 18.6 (295) 12.02 (2.40 10.74 (1.80 95.00 20 kA pk 15.2) *National and local requirements have priority and may be used.10 21.8) <.60 45.0 (610) Recommended Clearances* S min Inches (mm) 2.90 55.80 55.70 27.4 (239) 9.00 62.50 24.3 (286) 11.65 8.00 63.20 59.90 36.20 12.00 64.50 57.30 49.10 50.50 67.70 64.90 87.20 25.0 (610) 24.80 43.80 44.00 69.60 52.70 27.40 Wave 30/60 µs 125 A pk 10.2) <.4 (239) 11.10 16.40 3 6 9 10 12 15 18 21 27 30 2.90 23.00 49.80 1 kA pk 11.70 28.9 (73) 3.80 16.6 (143) 6.9 (251) 11.5 kA pk 12.00 5 kA pk 13.10 7.00 31.70 38.30 25.1 (460) 18.1 (460) 18.00 77.1 (460) 24.20 36.50 46.70 57.70 46.7 (144) 5.50 23.60 87.70 17.90 32.00 24.5 (140) 7. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Electrical Characteristics Residual Voltage (Ures) in kV pk at a Specified Impulse Current Rating MCOV (kV) (kV-rms) Wave 1/.2 (208) 9.50 42.55 (1.00 32.60 10 kA pk 16.2 (184) 8.4 (316) Height H Inches (mm) 5.

metal oxide disks in a shatterproof. polymer housing.97 Pressure-relief capability: • 20 kA Service conditions: • Altitude—0 -10. Damage-resistant—Polymer construction reduces possible shipping and handling damage as well as damage due to vandalism.40ºC to +45ºC STANDARD FEATURES Construction—ABB’s type PEXLIM-A arrester consists of high-performance. High-Voltage Products Polymer Arrester 3 — 120 kV 5 322 . Reduced electrical clearance—Polymer construction results in much smaller housing dimensions in comparison with porcelain units of the same voltage rating.6 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulse: Per IEC 60099-4 within 1 min. Lightweight—The type PEXLIM-A arrester is less than 25% of the weight of its porcelain counterpart. Safety—Shatterproof construction provides greater safety for personnel as well as nearby equipment.Surge Arresters Intermediate Class PEXLIM-A The PEXLIM-A polymer arrester has been verified to meet or exceed intermediate class requirements of ANSI C62.4 kJ/kV Protective level @ 10 kA: • Per unit of voltage rating—2. (3048 m) • Ambient temperature— . The PEXLIM-A arrester is designed to meet the following performance criteria: Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec. SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).000 ft. duration)—2.11 (IEEE Standard for Metal Oxide Surge Arresters for ac Power Circuits) and Line Discharge Class 1 per IEC standards. which results in easier handling and installation.—2.

7 88.65 8.6 46.9 105.7 21.0 267.8 35.5 22.0 38.8 53.4 40.6 75.2 54.0 99.3 22.7 13.4 26.1 16.0 160.1 16.0 427.0 24.0 292.0 459.9 98.0 11.3 19.6 104.0 126.0 358.0 120.0 15.1 33.4 10.55 3.6 91.0 263.0 246.0 111.7 34.0 368.0 71.0 28.6 23.0 278.5 6.8 88.9 17.0 276.0 244.0 299.8 59.6 41.2 47.4 14.1 39.6 62.7 83.5 40.0 299.0 413.3 11.4 12.0 132.7 20.2 95.2 59.0 135.0 141.5 40.4 26.6 74.0 15 kA 14.5 8.5 52.0 76.0 320.3 62.3 67.40 5.4 29.6 23.5 120.3 100.0 42.6 27.1 16.9 49.1 16.5 6.7 82.0 359.0 240.0 219.0 240.0 377.Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 23.2 45.0 178.0 308.0 38.0 165.9 15.2 13.9 121.5 8.5 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 14 14 14 14 20 37 31 43 44 47 (216) (216) (216) (216) (216) (216) (254) (254) (254) (254) (254) (254) (254) (356) (356) (356) (356) (508) (940) (991) (1092) (1118) (1194) A003SA002AIxxx A004SA003AIxxx A006SA005AIxxx A009SA007AIxxx A010SA008AIxxx A012SA010AIxxx A015SA012AIxxx A018SA015AIxxx A021SA017AIxxx A024SA019AIxxx A027SA022AIxxx A030SA024AIxxx A036SA029AIxxx A039SA031AIxxx A048SA039AIxxx A054SA042AIxxx A060SA048AIxxx A072SA057AIxxx A090SA070AIxxx A096SA076AIxxx A108SA084AIxxx A110SA088AIxxx A120SA098AIxxx For more information.0 214.5 8.3 64.0 230. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for 10 kA impulse current wave.2 16.0 152.0 314.7 47.8 107.0 143.1 20.9 51.0 61.5 32.8 62.4 13.7 10.2 46.9 41.0 122. 323 ABB .8 44.1 23. Rating (kV-ms) 3 4 6 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 Style Height A Inches (mm) 8.7 69.50 microseconds.0 167.9 13.0 235. Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).0 329.0 15.2 29.2 30.0 110.5 6.0 80.5 8.0 15.1 81.0 255.0 161.0 3 kA 11.9 19.0 15.4 91.4 49.9 57.8 42.0 251.5 16.0 161.0 98.7 116.2 47.0 198.2 32.2 31.9 31.8 80.4 32.0 121.5 6.0 206.0 20 kA 15.0 123.0 331.6 49.0 138.0 38.9 26.0 173.0 225.2 12.0 137.7 79.8 28.0 88.7 39.0 121.0 19.5 6.0 161.5 kA 11.2 82.0 385.5 99.8 39.5 8.9 31.8 24. Greensburg.0 180.7 5.8 92.8 48.9 36.0 405.6 106. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Electrical Characteristics Duty Cycle (kV-rms) 3 4 6 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 1 2 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 2.0 282.0 274.2 96.0 150.0 371.0 320.5 8.7 15.0 99.9 121.7 68.5 8.6 23.0 10 kA 13.1 16.0 296.0 38.1 94.0 70.0 346.0 193.0 189.0 6.5 8.8 12.7 59.0 65.0 15.0 356.0 115.6 38.0 61.8 55.1 76.6 69.0 125.0 185.0 143.8 30.7 71.0 35.0 61.6 89.0 163.9 101.0 140.0 84.com.0 289.0 15.3 17.0 FOW2 kV-Crest 40 kA 17.0 48.0 10.0 61.0 38.9 53.10 7. Phase-to-Ground Phase-to-Phase (kg) Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 5 5 5 5 5 5 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 20 20 20 20 22 34 34 44 44 44 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (9) (9) (9) (9) (10) (15) (15) (20) (20) (20) 6.3 18.2 7.0 304.0 180.6 72.0 344.3 34.5 8.5 15.0 207.9 (382) (382) (382) (382) (382) (382) (965) (965) (965) (965) (965) (965) (965) (1548) (1548) (1548) (1548) (1930) (2513) (2513) (3097) (3097) (3097) Minimum Clearance Weight from Centerline Lbs.0 399.9 59.abb.2 (216) (216) (216) (216) (216) (216) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (600) (600) (600) (600) (816) (1008) (1008) (1200) (1200) (1200) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 15.2 53.3 35.0 203. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.4 16.0 125.0 269.0 299.6 71.1 16.1 23.9 78.9 56.0 165.0 324.0 107.7 25.7 46.1 16.6 60.0 Switching Surge @ 500 A 10.0 31.9 116.4 20.0 5 kA 12.0 76.0 157.3 36.5 8.0 135.0 306.7 68.9 5.9 24.3 27.6 32.0 for 10 sec 4.4 81.9 38.0 148.0 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 1.0 247.5 15.0 Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage crest in 0.0 38.9 29.2 17.5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12 18 29 31 35 36 39 (165) (165) (165) (165) (165) (165) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (305) (305) (305) (305) (457) (734) (787) (889) (914) (991) 8.0 146.0 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 4.5 60.0 182.3 10.3 40.0 57.5 39.0 155.5 68.0 232.0 364.2 110.0 38.0 15.0 285.

50 36.6 34.8 8.4 for 10 sec 3.2 24.Surge Arresters Station Class EXLIM-R The type EXLIM-R porcelain.4 74.6 136.0 171.0 164.7 14.5 71.0 123.0 40 kA 10.1 30.0 107.8 27.7 42.1 112.5 10.0 154.0 117. duration)—2.2 37.00 48.0 308.5 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulses: Per IEC 60099 within 1 min.0 286.3 64.9 37.8 61.2 46.9 107.7 102.0 64.6 42.0 24.5 61.7 32.4 13.0 406.8 36.4 18.0 124.3 16.1 40.0 33.4 26.1 90.9 43.0 9.0 21.30 17.9 30.0 90.0 320.0 149.7 9.0 83.6 103.7 11.0 144.9 21.20 12.0 198.1 28.0 135.1 107.0 257.7 16.0 192.0 265.4 48.2 31.1 57.67 Pressure-relief capability: Metal top—3 to 39 kV—65 kA.0 20 kA 9.7 25.5 26.0 61.4 59.0 266.40 10.9 70.5 13.7 18.9 94.0 46.1 32.80 5.0 113.4 59.0 106.0 186.5 35.0 244.0 177.0 71.8 103.9 54.7 26.2 15.2 9.6 55.0 305.0 45.2 30.4 64.0 138.0 kJ/kV Protective level @ 10 kA: Per unit of duty cycle rating—2.00 84.0 120.00 70.50 22.0 5 kA 8.0 15 kA 9.0 54.0 121.3 17.00 42.6 91.4 22.0 205.4 7.5 25.50 39.1 81.0 248.8 28.0 10 kA 8.0 4.0 118.0 FOW3 kV-Crest High-Voltage Products 36.0 88.6 21.65 8.8 12.4 18.3 74.0 274.0 183.0 132.0 342.0 246. gapless.6 17.7 13.0 256.1 23.0 10.0 108.2 71.7 105.5 25.0 268.00 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 3.8 26.2 11.00 57.0 133.0 15.0 56.0 39.3 68.0 122.0 159.40 7.0 160.0 135.9 21.6 53.0 320.5 77.5 6.9 44. 5 324 .8 22.6 114.4 10.0 20.00 19.0 366.6 71.0 283.9 19.1 20.55 3.8 64.11 (IEEE Standard for Metal Oxide Surge Arresters for ac Power Circuits) and Line Discharge Class 2 per IEC standards.0 128.0 115. metal oxide arrester meets or exceeds all station class requirements of ANSI C62.0 72.4 23.0 172.9 28.0 120.3 51.0 7.0 288.0 129.0 274.0 27.0 112.0 14.6 89.5 17.0 2.0 96.4 105.0 143.1 6.2 13.0 205.0 152.0 203.7 86.5 kA 6.0 218.9 92.7 30. 45 to 120 kV—80 kA SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Duty MCOV Cycle Rating (kV-rms) (kV-rms) 3.6 31.0 50.10 6.0 143.0 219.2 92.0 79.7 61.1 19.0 318.0 12.1 81.0 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 3 kA 7.0 30.1 45.4 82.00 24. 500 A switching surge current wave for ratings 3 — 120 kV.9 68.8 53.8 19.3 62.0 239.0 10.1 37.9 37.0 7.0 82.6 5.4 5.0 355.5 23.0 72.40 29.3 35.0 229.0 215.9 43.70 15.2 21.0 154.2 109.0 23.0 143.0 299.0 47.0 325.8 67.50 microseconds.0 240.3 41.00 31.8 12.7 129. The EXLIM-R arrester is designed to meet the following performance criteria: Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec.0 11.0 212.5 30.4 49. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for 10 kA impulse current wave.0 223.3 85.0 353. Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage crest in 0.0 179.0 18.5 39.4 26.9 15.4 51.1 53.0 60.0 224.0 177.3 77.8 99.4 19.7 79.9 53.0 21.0 129.2 Switching Surge2 1.00 98.8 57.9 52.0 96.0 284.0 48.0 122.5 9.6 44.—5.5 13.0 1 2 3 Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge Switching surge with a time to actual crest of 45 to 60 microseconds.0 150.00 76.0 137.0 110.9 100.4 47.1 143.0 269.0 160.3 91.2 43.0 36.1 54.

3 (668) 29.0 120.4 (3363) Figure 1 Weight Lbs.5 (191) 7.0 48.0 21.5 9.3 (668) 26.8 (401) 15.0 (1346) Metal Top 3 — 39 kV Figure 2 Metal Top 45 — 120 kV For more information.8 (554) 21.5 (470) 21.0 (1372) 54.0 (991) 39.0 Dimension A Inches (mm) 15.8 (554) 21.abb. Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 7.3 (744) 29.0 (2286) 90.0 (610) 24.0 (991) 39.0 54.0 72.0 30.0 15.0 (2286) 105.5 (470) 18.0 36.0 18.0 (610) 39.0 (1346) 53. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weight Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).8 (401) 15.3 (668) 26.8 (554) 26.0 90.0 (1372) 90. Greensburg.3 (668) 26.0 (610) 24. 325 ABB .com.5 (191) 15.9 (2690) 132.3 (744) 29. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.0 12.6 (396) 15.0 60.7 (1034) 40.7 (1034) 40.7 (1034) 45.0 108.8 (401) 18.0 27.5 (191) 7.Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 (991) 39.0 10.5 (1156) 53.6 (396) 24.5 (470) 18.0 45.0 (2286) 90.4 (3363) 132.0 (610) 24.3 (744) 40.8 (554) 21.0 (991) 54.6 (396) 15.0 7. (kg) 38 (17) 39 (18) 40 (18) 45 (20) 45 (20) 46 (21) 55 (25) 56 (25) 57 (26) 58 (26) 72 (33) 74 (34) 75 (34) 76 (34) 106 (48) 107 (49) 108 (49) 128 (58) 136 (62) 143 (65) 163 (74) 206 (93) 212 (96) Style R004MA003A R006MA005A R007MA006A R009MA008A R010MA008A R012MA010A R015MA012A R018MA015A R021MA017A R024MA019A R027MA022A R030MA024A R036MA029A R039MA031A R045XA037A R048XA039A R054XA042A R060XA048A R072XA057A R090XA070A R096XA076A R108XA084A R120XA098A Rating (kV-rms) 4.0 24.0 (1372) 54.0 39.5 6.0 96.

0 50.0 481.0 128.0 303.20 12.0 171.00 190.0 8.6 95.0 227.9 21.8 60.3 101. and resistance to weathering.0 157.0 151.0 341.0 133.0 109.4 105.2 31.4 93.0 162.0 375.0 103.0 High-Voltage Products Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge Switching surge with a time to actual crest of 45 to 60 microseconds.0 21.0 182.0 407.2 23.3 45.0 508.3 23.0 375.00 70.0 344.3 17.7 14.2 88.00 180.0 520.0 251.9 27.0 135.0 559.0 448. switchgear.9 10.5 microseconds.0 32.00 140.4 19.0 357.0 501.0 473.2 70.6 22.00 173.Surge Arresters Station Class XPS The type XPS polymer surge arrester is designed for the protection of transformers.0 134. per IEC.0 228.4 71.0 241.6 32.0 141.4 86.0 564.0 122.7 13.0 322.0 288.0 242.0 105.2 72.9 68.0 314.0 467.0 117. per IEC.1 15.0 625.0 571.0 256.2 19.0 269.0 141.0 350.3 49.6 42.4 62.8 24.7 115.5 106.5 48.0 221.3 93.6 11.0 11.0 118.0 151.1 62.0 476.5 9.8 48.0 175.0 256.6 16.0 297.7 12.0 214.9 12.7 61.5 35.0 420.9 46.6 27.0 374.0 694. and other equipment from damaging overvoltages.0 154.2 33.5 63.0 288.8 93.7 45.4 24.0 188.7 79.9 4.5 33.1 63.0 161.40 4.4 40.2 80.8 56.0 465.8 19.0 41.4 kJ/kV SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Duty Cycle (kV-rms) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 45 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 114 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 216 228 234 240 1 2 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 2.0 255.0 225.7 47.2 24.5 56.0 268.5 67.5 4.0 486.5 kA 9.5 20.0 156. UV radiation.0 276.7 15.00 84.8 80.0 209.0 121.0 659. The silicone rubber housing features high-tracking and arc-resistance.0 586.0 421.00 31.0 141.0 30.1 13.0 609.6 21.7 50.6 25.8 20.4 27.9 52.6 65.0 297.8 9.7 18.0 123. 500 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 3 — 132 kV.0 488.0 99.0 188.9 20.0 122.0 333.0 226.0 452.0 for 10 sec 2.9 66.50 39.5 23.0 541.6 76.00 144.0 213.0 369.50 22.9 59.1 55.4 76.6 101.0 257.8 11.0 202.0 210.0 301.0 429.0 399.0 39.4 24.0 483.0 131.1 17.0 193.70 15.2 42.2 13.0 549.00 115.7 70.7 28.1 27. Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec.0 292.0 86.0 262. 3 Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage wave cresting in 0.9 70.0 139.9 47.2 82.7 14.0 235.0 Switching Surge2 8.5 26.0 270.0 262.4 70.0 246.7 18.0 203.00 98.0 250.9 15.0 590.3 10.7 35.5 20.5 26.11.0 448.0 338.0 10 kA 10.1 88.0 231.1 39.0 523.0 27.0 283.8 23.00 152.10 5.9 103.4 46.30 17.0 115.50 36.3 61.0 262.00 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 3.00 48.3 13.1 26.0 605. The arrester is a gapless.5 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulses: Per IEC 60099 within 1 min.4 84.0 429.0 280.7 5.9 22.5 17.0 215.0 127.55 3.4 53.0 348.0 313.0 276.0 415.0 125.0 435.0 209.0 620.0 395.0 243.9 30.8 12.0 279.0 344.0 509.0 273.0 275.0 99.0 287.0 1.0 457.0 158.0 550.00 187.8 30.3 101.9 54.00 76.0 601.0 389.0 677.0 123.0 381.0 129.0 139.0 594.0 20 kA 11.0 216.3 16.3 58.7 92.6 55.8 9.6 108.3 69.0 288.5 11.0 450.0 186.00 19.0 536.0 254.0 359.0 18. excellent hydrophobic properties.0 197.80 7.0 307.0 433.00 91.0 284.6 40.0 126.0 211.0 148.—7.95 6.0 119.00 106.0 313.6 106.0 23.1 24.0 373.0 FOW3 kV-Crest 11. duration)—4.40 10.5 13.0 282.0 232.0 142.0 116.00 24.00 131.0 23.0 196.3 43.3 20.5 5.2 20.5 23.00 57.5 88.2 9.8 24.0 423.4 63.2 23.8 57.0 201.4 77.8 28.0 174.0 40 kA 13.0 402.0 184.0 248.0 440.0 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 5 kA 10.5 33.0 556. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for a 100 kA impulse current wave.1 11.0 169.1 19.0 188.0 230.0 579.0 155.2 13.0 57. metal oxide design that meets or exceeds station class per ANSI C62.0 497.8 36.0 14.0 505.0 242.0 485.0 22.0 137.1 26.00 88.0 51.0 15 kA 11.0 536.00 42.5 41.8 41.0 113.0 315.0 363.0 518.0 385.0 452.7 11.0 493.0 129.0 108.0 202.7 7.6 6.0 282.8 52.1 53. 5 326 . 1000 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings above 132 kV.2 95.25 5.0 10.0 333.0 387.0 113.0 363.0 261.0 238.4 82.0 324.5 45.5 76.0 37.6 34.0 114.0 332.0 427. and pollution.9 7.8 16.7 36.2 79.0 3 kA 9.0 134.4 10.40 29.4 15.0 235.0 497. and Line Discharge Class 3.5 54.5 30.0 464.65 8.0 270.4 16. Class 10 kA.0 249.

2 (284) 11.Manufactured at ABB Inc.8 (6779) 266.7 (348) 13.1 (1170) 54.2 (1630) 72.5 (698) 27.77 (248) 9.5 (698) 38.1 (5084) 200.0 (406) 23.0 (1066) 42.6 (5527) 242.5 dia.2 (284) 23.77 (248) 9.0 (1371) 54.abb.8 (6779) Weight Lbs.77 (248) 13.77 (248) 9.6 (599) 23.0 (2031) 80.7 (348) 19.8 (6779) 266. (kg) 18 (9) 18 (9) 18 (9) 18 (9) 18 (9) 18 (9) 22 (10) 22 (10) 22 (10) 22 (10) 22 (10) 30 (14) 30 (14) 30 (14) 30 (14) 30 (14) 45 (21) 45 (21) 45 (21) 45 (21) 45 (21) 60 (28) 74 (34) 74 (34) 93 (42) 93 (42) 93 (42) 110 (50) 123 (56) 137 (62) 139 (63) 139 (63) 154 (70) 169 (77) 183 (83) 183 (83) 183 (83) A 31.6 (599) 23.1 (1170) 46.4 (3389) 150.0 (2133) 108.4 (3389) 133.75" (222.2 (284) 11.7 (1694) 66.6 (498) 19.2 (284) 11.0 (1066) 42.0 (1066) 42.5 (698) 27.0 (1371) 64.7 (348) 13.77 (248) 9.7 (1694) 84.1 (2490) 106.2 (2290) 98.7 (348) 13.0 (2031) 90.6 (599) 23.77 (248) 9.2 (284) 11.2 (284) 11. Greensburg.7 (1694) 66.7 (1694) 66.4 (3389) 133.5 (698) 27.1 (5084) 217.6 (498) 19.0 (1371) 54.1 (5084) 200. hardware (3) equally spaced on 8. For more information.6 (599) 23. 327 ABB . Style Q003SA002A Q004SA003A Q005SA004A Q006SA005A Q007SA006A Q008SA007A Q009SA008A Q010SA008A Q012SA010A Q015SA012A Q018SA015A Q021SA017A Q024SA019A Q027SA022A Q030SA024A Q036SA029A Q039SA031A Q045SA037A Q048SA039A Q054SA042A Q060SA048A Q072SA057A Q090SA070A Q096SA076B Q108SA084B Q110SA088B Q120SA098B Q132SA106B Q144SA115B Q168SA131B Q172SA140B Q180SA144B Q192SA152B Q216SA173B Q228SA180B Q234SA187B Q240SA190B Rating (kV-rms) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 45 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 216 228 234 240 Dimension A Inches (mm) 9.6 (498) 19.5 (698) 27.6 (599) 42.7 (2760) 108.5 (2690) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 11.0 (1066) 42.5 (800) 16.5 (2690) 106.6 (498) 19. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).0 (2031) 80.5 (2690) 106.0 (1066) 66.com.6 (600) Polymer Arrester 3 — 96 kV Polymer Arrester 172 — 240 kV Base Mounting Details Mounting slots for .2 (6153) 266.2 (1072) 46.7 (1694) 66.5 (4458) 200.6 (498) 27.9 (3832) 175.1 (1831) 80.25) or 10" (254) in bolt circle.7 (348) 13. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.7 (2760) 133.

2 35.0 440.0 429.0 804.0 137.8 19.65 8.9 66.0 230.7 17.0 597.0 363.0 869.0 313.4 93.9 14.0 157.7 11.0 726.8 93.0 793.1 26.4 9.0 731.4 62.0 158.4 77.0 374.0 196.2 19.5 33.0 607.0 697.0 113.0 287.7 15.6 55.0 485.0 841.0 118.1 63.8 48.0 395.0 373.3 49.0 473.0 452.2 54.0 324.5 11.0 635.0 122.0 693.0 601.0 216.0 307.0 751.35 Pressure-relief capability: Metal top—3 to 39 kV—65 kA.4 29.0 164.0 10 kA 10.0 141.0 131.0 620.0 648.6 34.0 523.—7.2 79.0 109.0 536.7 61.0 435.0 677.0 125.6 5.0 369.3 30.6 65.0 714.0 656.9 10.0 19.0 776.0 746.7 115.0 218.0 618.0 273.0 142.0 344.5 39.8 24.0 497.0 850.9 21.6 16.0 389.7 18.9 46.40 4.0 373.6 76.0 235.8 36.0 39.0 31.0 564.0 315.0 107.0 262.0 536.0 782.9 12.0 240.0 276.0 691.0 259.0 279.0 833.0 288.0 579.8 12.0 242.0 109.0 70.5 30.3 64.Surge Arresters Station Class EXLIM-Q The type EXLIM-Q porcelain.0 486.0 214.10 5.7 18.1 20.4 19.0 243.0 229.0 184.0 228.4 76.0 9.0 590.0 421.0 106.0 867.0 481.0 14.1 13.0 625.8 80.0 119.2 88. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for a 10 kA impulse current wave.0 203.0 387.9 52.0 668.0 545.0 284.0 FOW3 kV-Crest 20 kA 11.0 151.0 751.0 532.0 846.3 13.2 8.0 133.0 18.7 57. 2000 A for ratings above 240 kV.0 125.0 701.4 27.0 314.5 22.0 27.0 241.6 53.7 15.0 344.3 17.0 246.4 71.3 101.0 764.9 20.0 88.0 99.6 25.4 46.0 22.0 7.9 22.0 11.1 10.9 15.0 550.0 235.5 23.0 705.0 137.0 287.0 415.8 24.0 429.0 571.5 23.1 41.5 20.0 594.6 108.7 92.0 294.0 972.0 338.3 17.6 32.0 283.0 548.0 140.0 37.0 246.1 19.0 116.0 158.4 86.0 407.5 microseconds.0 609.0 556.0 333.6 4. The EXLIM-Q arrester is designed to meet the following performance criteria: Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec.0 129.2 24.0 226.1 62.4 kJ/kV Protective level @ 10 kA: Per unit of duty cycle rating—2.5 17.5 9.3 69.0 230.0 227.0 205.0 931.7 32.0 385. 5 328 .5 25.4 13.0 99.0 649.6 106.0 276.7 12.0 656.0 301.4 4.8 28.0 9.0 401.0 596.0 122.0 245.4 51.0 697.2 70.0 103.0 173.5 45.2 82.0 201.0 288.0 308.3 10.0 129.0 590.6 27.0 508.0 518.0 351.0 57.7 13.9 70.0 606.0 402.0 746.0 174.0 15 kA 11.4 82.0 152.0 98.2 12.0 282.0 853.5 36.0 465.7 45.0 501.0 131.1 26.0 186. 500 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 3 — 132 kV.7 79.0 358.5 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulses: Per IEC 60099 within 1 min.7 11.3 58.0 123.0 209.0 144.0 622.0 375.0 577.7 47.0 210.1 15.0 541.0 23.5 23.95 6.0 520.0 420.0 761.5 68.0 196.9 27.25 5.0 261.0 350.0 220.1 27.0 798.0 558.0 188.0 375.8 6.0 High-Voltage Products Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge Switching surge with a time to actual crest of 45 to 60 microseconds.8 30.0 742.0 42.0 315.0 621.0 777.80 7.0 191.8 57.0 497.5 71.0 187.0 341.0 344.0 123.0 150.0 423.0 671.9 54.3 93. 45 to 360 kV—80 kA SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Voltage Rating (kV-rms) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 45 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 216 228 234 240 258 264 276 288 294 300 312 336 360 1 2 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 2.0 381.0 for 10 sec 3.0 209.0 430.7 34.0 509.7 70.5 kA 8.0 427.0 135.0 464.0 670.0 256.0 262.0 231.0 914.0 156.0 143.5 20.0 44.0 677.5 54.0 46.0 330.0 736.2 13.0 572.2 20.8 11.4 105.0 131.0 605.0 410. 3 Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage wave cresting in 0.1 53.0 355.0 901.3 20.8 9.0 272.0 235.5 88.8 23.0 549.6 42.0 333.9 27.0 Switching Surge2 1.0 201.0 171.0 617.3 23.0 126.6 22.0 609.0 335.0 433.0 256.4 40.0 86.2 11.0 569.0 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 3 kA 9.0 249.0 212.0 734.0 215.0 457.8 41.0 535.7 14.0 139.5 63.1 39.0 190.0 644.3 101.0 303.0 694.0 258.0 357.0 647.0 659.0 21.1 55.9 103.0 643.3 81.0 328.0 661.0 467.0 205.0 48.0 483.0 450.1 88.0 40 kA 13.0 448.0 721.0 105.6 95.0 807.0 476.11 (IEEE Standard for Metal Oxide Surge Arresters for ac Power Circuits) and Line Discharge Class 3 per IEC standards.5 41.8 8.4 15.3 61.0 594.1 117.0 297.0 571.4 24.0 154.0 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 3.4 24.0 745.0 448.6 61.0 903.5 26.0 505.0 586.0 790.0 115.0 452.7 36.0 172.0 322.9 102.5 35.0 188.0 646. 1000 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 144 — 240 kV.0 32.0 559.0 1041.0 57.6 10.0 213.4 10.0 115.0 266.0 279.9 68.2 23.5 48.8 16.0 232.5 56.0 760.1 28.0 141.0 76.0 691.0 11.8 43.0 313.0 162.0 280.0 359.55 3. gapless.0 209.0 23.0 251.0 363.0 5 kA 10.0 50.0 114.0 151.2 72.0 272.0 41.0 747.3 17.0 115.9 21.0 399. metal oxide arrester meets or exceeds all station class requirements of ANSI C62.3 16.0 180.0 24.0 51.0 182.0 300.0 273.0 488.9 59.0 250.0 270.5 76.6 86.0 314. duration)—4.0 382.2 95.0 348.0 675.0 30.0 341.0 84.9 47.0 622.0 139.7 6.0 175.0 291.5 13.0 493.0 683.5 33.

4 132.8 15.0 90.8 26.4 132.abb.7 40.4 292. on a 10 (254) bolt circle.0 180.0 180.562 (14.7) hardware on a 8.2 101.5 53.9 292.5 18.3 119.5 15.3 29.0 105. Greensburg.0 24. For more information.8 370.0 54.3 40.6 24.9 264.3 29.5 18.3 264. Ratings 45 kV and above: 3 slots for .com.0 53.8 370.1 81.6 15.0 24.0 53.7 101.3 119.0 (401) (401) (401) (401) (470) (470) (470) (470) (554) (554) (554) (554) (668) (668) (668) (668) (744) (744) (744) (1034) (1034) (1034) (1156) (1346) (1346) (1346) (1346) (1669) (1958) (1958) (2080) (2080) (2393) (2583) (2583) (3030) (3030) (3030) (3129) (3129) (3632) (3632) (3632) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 7.3 123.0 54.Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 143.9 132.7 45.5 18.1 77.25) or 10 (254) dia.0 90.5 7. Style Q003MA002A Q004MA003A Q006MA005A Q007MA006A Q008MA007A Q009MA008A Q010MA008A Q012MA010A Q015MA012A Q018MA015A Q021MA017A Q024MA019A Q027MA022A Q030MA024A Q036MA029A Q039MA031A Q045XA037A Q048XA039A Q054XA042A Q060XA048A Q072XA057A Q090XA070A Q096XA076A Q108XA084A Q110XA088A Q120XA098A Q132XA106A Q144XA115A Q168XA131A Q172XA140A Q180XA144A Q192XA152A Q228XA180A Q240XA190A Q258XA209A Q264XA212A Q276XA220A Q288XA230A Q294XA235A Q300XA243A Q312XA245A Q336XA272A Q360XA291A Rating Dimension A (kV-rms) Inches (mm) 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 39 45 48 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 228 240 258 264 276 288 294 300 312 336 360 15.75 (222.5 7.9 94.6 15.8 15.0 39.8 301.6 15.4 301.3 26.0 53.4 144.7 77. (kg) 40 41 42 43 47 48 49 50 58 59 60 61 73 74 80 82 112 113 115 136 146 155 176 220 221 228 239 270 290 300 310 320 349 369 378 482 486 496 506 516 548 556 564 (18) (19) (19) (20) (21) (22) (22) (23) (26) (27) (27) (28) (33) (34) (36) (37) (51) (51) (52) (62) (66) (70) (80) (100) (100) (103) (108) (122) (132) (136) (141) (145) (158) (167) (171) (219) (220) (225) (230) (234) (249) (252) (256) Figure 1 Figure 2 Metal Top 3 — 39 kV Metal Top 45 — 132 kV Figure 3 Figure 4 C B 144 — 258 kV 264 — 360 kV Base Mounting Details Ratings 39 kV and below: 3 slots for .5 (12.5 21.7 119. bolt circle. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.0 39.3 26.9 195.4 292.9 81.8 21.0 39.8 21.4 132.0 90.8 (191) (191) (191) (191) (396) (396) (396) (396) (610) (610) (610) (610) (991) (991) (991) (991) (1372) (1372) (1372) (2286) (2286) (2286) (2690) (3363) (3363) (3363) (3363) (3658) (4572) (4572) (4976) (4976) (6053) (6728) (6728) (7427) (7427) (7427) (7666) (7666) (9418) (9418) (9418) Weight Lbs.8 15.5 283.3 26.0 39.8 21. 329 ABB .5 7.7 40. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).0 143.0 65.2) dia.3 29.0 54.8 370.2 123.8 18.0 195.2 143.0 24.

0 410. 1000 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 144 — 240 kV.0 123.0 205.0 218. 2000 A for ratings above 240 kV.0 109. The EXLIM-P arrester is designed to meet the following performance criteria: Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec.0 341.0 246.0 355.0 229.0 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulses: Per IEC 60099 within 1 min.0 382.0 315.5 68.0 344.0 373.0 137.9 102.0 330.11 (IEEE Standard for Metal Oxide Surge Arresters for ac Power Circuits) and Line Discharge Class 4 per IEC standards.0 473.0 505.0 150.0 478.0 131.0 107.0 205.0 294. duration)—7.0 501.0 287.0 172.0 335.0 for 10 sec 61.0 314.5 microseconds.—12 kJ/kV Protective level @ 10 kA: Per unit of duty cycle rating—2.0 258. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for a 10 kA impulse current wave.Surge Arresters Station Class EXLIM-P The type EXLIM-P porcelain.0 530.0 125.6 86.0 215.0 158. 3 Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage wave cresting in 0. gapless.0 191. 5 330 .5 kA 102 114 136 170 182 204 208 226 250 281 328 336 351 375 422 445 457 468 521 533 557 582 593 606 630 679 726 799 848 897 109 122 145 182 194 218 223 242 267 291 340 348 364 388 436 460 473 484 521 533 557 582 593 606 630 679 726 799 848 897 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 3 kA 113 126 151 189 201 226 231 251 277 302 352 361 377 402 453 477 490 502 540 553 578 604 615 628 653 704 753 829 880 930 5 kA 117 130 156 195 208 234 238 259 286 312 364 372 390 415 467 493 506 519 558 571 597 623 636 649 675 727 778 856 908 960 10 kA 123 137 164 205 219 246 251 273 301 328 383 392 410 437 492 519 533 546 587 601 628 656 669 683 710 765 819 901 956 1011 15 kA 131 146 175 218 233 262 267 291 321 349 408 417 437 465 524 553 568 581 625 640 669 699 712 727 756 815 872 960 1018 1077 20 kA 135 150 180 225 240 270 276 300 330 360 421 430 450 480 540 570 585 600 645 660 690 720 735 750 780 840 899 989 1050 1110 40 kA 148 164 197 246 263 295 301 328 361 394 460 470 492 524 590 623 640 655 704 721 754 787 803 820 852 918 983 1081 1147 1213 FOW3 kV -Crest 134 150 179 224 239 269 274 298 329 359 419 428 448 478 538 567 583 597 642 657 686 717 731 747 776 836 895 1045 1109 1173 High-Voltage Products Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge Switching surge with a time to actual crest of 45 to 60 microseconds.5 71.0 129.275 Pressure-relief capability: 80 kA SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Voltage Rating (kV-rms) 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 216 228 234 240 258 264 276 288 294 300 312 336 360 396 420 444 1 2 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 42 48 57 70 76 84 88 98 106 115 131 140 144 152 173 180 187 190 209 212 220 230 235 240 245 272 291 318 335 353 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 64.0 115.0 259.0 401.0 273.0 451. 500 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 54 — 132 kV.0 196.0 266.0 143.0 308.0 164.0 430.0 328.0 300.0 Switching Surge2 1.3 81.0 279.0 201.0 351.0 272.0 358. metal oxide arrester meets or exceeds all station class requirements of ANSI C62.

6 (650) 25.3 119.0 (1473) 58.0 180.4 292. Greensburg.0 (1372) (2286) (2286) (2286) (2690) (3363) (3363) (3363) (3363) (3658) (4572) (4572) (5060) (5060) (6053) (3728) (3728) (7427) (7427) (7427) (7666) (7666) (9418) (9418) (9368) Weight Lbs.3 264.com.0 (1473) 58.4 132.0 53.8 (400) 25.7 40.4 (950) 37.0 90. 331 ABB .3 119.0 (744) (1034) (1034) (1034) (1156) (1346) (1346) (1346) (1346) (1669) (1958) (1958) (2080) (2080) (2393) (2583) (2583) (3030) (3030) (3030) (3129) (3129) (3632) (3632) (3616) Dimension B Inches (mm) — — — — — — — — — 23.5 53.6 (295) 11.5 (800) 31.5 (800) 35.8 (400) 15.4 (950) 37. (kg) 121 143 154 165 187 232 234 242 254 287 309 320 331 342 375 397 408 512 518 529 540 551 584 595 1051 (55) (65) (70) (75) (85) (105) (106) (110) (115) (130) (140) (145) (150) (155) (170) (180) (185) (232) (235) (240) (245) (250) (265) (270) (477) Style P054XA042A P060XA048A P072XA057A P090XA070A P096XA076A P108XA084A P110XA088A P120XA098A P132XQ106A P144XA115A P168XA131A P172XA140A P180XA144A P192XA152A P228XA180A P240XA190A P258XA209A P264XA212A P276XA220A P288XA230A P29XA235A P300XA243A P312XA245A P336XA272A P360XA291A C B 144 — 258 kV 264 — 360 kV For more information.6 (600) 31.4 (950) 37.4 (950) 37. Rating (kV-rms) 54 60 72 90 96 108 110 120 132 144 168 172 180 192 228 240 258 264 276 288 294 300 312 336 360 Dimension A Inches (mm) 29.9 132.1 81.0 180.6 (295) 11.6 (600) 23.3 123.7 45.0 53. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.9 81.9 94.1 77.0 90.0 142.7 119.4 132.2 123.6 (600) 23.4 301.0 105.0 143.2 199.0 (1473) Dimension C Inches (mm) — — — — — — — — — 11.4 (950) 37.7 101.abb.0 (1473) 58.0 65.5 (902) 35.4 (950) 37.2 238.2 143.7 77.5 (902) 35.0 (1473) 58.4 144. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weight Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).0 (1473) 58.8 301.6 (295) 15.0 90.8 370.0 (1473) 58.4 (950) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 54.7 40.6 (650) 37.Manufactured at ABB Inc.5 (902) 58.6 (650) 25.2 101.0 199.9 292.4 (950) 37.0 (1473) 58.4 292.0 53.8 367.9 264.8 370.3 40.4 132.

PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Voltage Rating (kV-rms) 360 395 420 444 468 588 612 1 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 288 318 335 353 372 470 485 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec 425 467 496 524 552 694 722 for 10 sec 405 444 473 500 527 662 689 Switching Surge2 1. duration)—10. Standard Design Dimensions and Weight High-Voltage Products Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).9 (4214) 173.3 (3080) 142.2 (3813) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 430. Style T360TA288A T396TA318A T420TA335A T444TA353A T468TA372A T588TA470A T612TA485A Rating (kV-rms) 360 396 420 444 468 588 612 Dimension A Inches (mm) 165.0 (10.5 microseconds.Surge Arresters Station Class EXLIM-T The type EXLIM-T porcelain.0 kJ/kV • Line discharge impulses: Per IEC 60099 within 1 min.107) Weight Lbs.0 (12.496) 506. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for a 10 kA impulse current wave on arresters 360 kV.8 (5353) Dimension B Inches (mm) 105. (kg) 1227 (557) 1281 (581) 1322 (604) 1440 (653) 1561 (708) For dimensions and weights. 15 kA for ratings 396 kV.875) 555.836) 492.4 (14.9 (12. The EXLIM-T arrester is designed to meet the following performance criteria: Energy capability (kJ/kV of duty cycle rating): • Single impulse: Design performance rating (4 msec.922) 466. Greensburg.—15. metal oxide arrester meets or exceeds all station class requirements of ANSI C62.4 kJ/kV Protective level @ 10 kA: Per unit of duty cycle rating—2.20 Pressure-relief capability: 65 kA-rms symmetrical Manufactured at ABB Inc. contact factory 5 332 . gapless.3 (2876) 121.0 (11.4 (3616) 150.5 kA 713 785 832 879 927 1165 1212 713 785 832 879 927 1165 1212 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 3 kA 737 811 859 909 958 1203 1253 5 kA 756 833 882 933 984 1236 1286 10 kA 792 872 924 977 1030 1294 1347 15 kA 840 924 979 1036 1092 1372 1428 20 kA 859 946 1003 1060 1118 1404 1461 40 kA 942 1038 1100 1136 1226 1540 1603 FOW3 kV-Crest 863 1007 1067 1128 1190 1553 1616 Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge 2 Switching surge characteristics based on maximum switching surge coordination current of 2000 A on 240 kV ratings and above 3 Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage wave cresting in 0.9 (4417) 181. contact factory For dimensions and weights.0 (4953) 210.9 (4620) 195.11 (IEEE Standard for Metal Oxide Surge Arresters for ac Power Circuits) and Line Discharge Class 5 per IEC standards.3 (2673) 113.

The arrester is a gapless. 333 ABB . which is more stringent for polymer-housed arresters than present standards. excellent hydrophobic properties. They are installed in parallel to the line insulation to prevent flashover of the line insulators. UV radiation. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. PEXLINK A increases the reliability of the system and is designed to be used on systems of 12 — 230 kV with or without shield wires. PEXLINK A is delivered with a disconnector to separate the arrester from the line in case of an arrester overloading due to excessive lightning energy. which meets or exceeds the following requirements: • Intermediate class per ANSI C62. 4/10 microsec.abb.3 kJ/kV of MCOV) for one 100 kA impulse. the line can be re-energized without attending to it immediately. per IEC • Energy capability: 2. please see ABB PEXLINK literature.11 Class 10 kA.6 kJ/kV of duty-cycle rating (or 3.com. and resistance to weathering. ABB can also work directly together with the utility to optimize the reliability of their system. for installations on transmission lines without shield wires in areas with a high lightning intensity. For more information.Transmission Line PEXLINK PEXLINK A is designed to be used as Transmission Line Arresters. metal oxide design. duration The PEXLINK A arrester has passed short circuit tests at 40 kA per ANSI C62. However. TLA.11 and has also been tested with short circuit initiated by overvoltage in accordance with proposed IEC 60099-4 draft. Line Discharge Class 1. Thus after a failure. for the protection of transmission lines against lightning related tripping due to overvoltages. For more information. estimation of the arrester failure rate (depending on energy capability) versus the required line availability is recommended. and pollution. STANDARD FEATURES The silicone rubber housing features hightracking and arc-resistance.

0 Arrester Type* A014SA010ALxxx A014SA015ALxxx A026SA019ALxxx A026SA024ALxxx A036SA024ALxxx A036SA029ALxxx A046SA039ALxxx A046SA048ALxxx A069SA048ALxxx A069SA057ALxxx A115SA076ALxxx A115SA098ALxxx A138SA098ALxxx A138SA106ALxxx A161SA106ALxxx A161SA115ALxxx A230SA144ALxxx A230SA154ALxxx A230SA173ALxxx Height Inches (mm) 8.0 250.0 637.0 308.6 (600) 23.7 (1416) 63.0 76.0 39.0 492.2 82.Surge Arresters Transmission-Line PEXLINK SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Nominal System Voltage (kV-rms) 12 — 14 14 20 — 26 26 — 36 36 46 46 — 69 69 115 115 & 138 138 & 161 161 230 230 230 1 Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 438.0 203.1 (408) 16.0 193.0 324.4 20.0 423.3 107.5 24.0 184.9 54.0 512.6 115.9 (5027) 220.0 345.0 485.1 88.0 385.7 79.0 359.5 40.0 314.0 538.0 361.0 240.4 29.0 564.0 40 kA 45.0 368.0 219.0 479.0 for 10 sec.0 244.0 640.7 74.0 728.0 106.9 59.0 29.0 122.0 57.7 (400) 15.0 157.0 10 kA 35.8 49.9 20.0 342.0 15 kA 38.0 147.9 44.0 394.5 120.0 57.8 95.5 microseconds. Greensburg.0 143.0 115.0 427.6 53.7 91.0 (3479) 159.0 (3479) 137.0 232.0 427. (kg) 5 (2) 11 (5) 11 (5) 11 (5) 11 (5) 11 (5) 20 (9) 20 (9) 20 (9) 22 (10) 32 (14) 40 (18) 40 (18) 42 (19) 44 (20) 53 (24) 62 (28) 64 (29) 73 (33) High-Voltage Products 36 36 36 — 46 46 69 69 115 115 138 138 161 161 230 230 230 5 *The last 3 xxx in the style number identify mounting hardware.0 153.2 65.0 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 72 96 120 132 144 180 192 216 TOV1 (kV-rms) for 1 sec.2 15.9 (5610) Grading Ring Diameter Inches (mm) No No No No No No No No No No No No No No 15.0 320.2 15. 13.6 89.1 94.0 459.0 504.0 137.8 59.7 (400) 15.0 462.6 67.0 173.0 405.0 200.7 (400) 15.0 80.6 (600) 23.0 692.7 83.0 (965) 38.0 230.0 39.0 501.0 Switching Surge2 1.6 80.0 285.0 133.0 356. 13.9 (3097) 137.0 533.9 (4645) 197.0 167.3 71.0 161.0 163.0 98.0 (1548) 76.3 46.0 165.0 376.2 126.0 525.0 209.9 62.0 115.0 139.2 53.6 76.1 (816) 39.9 27.5 60.0 198.0 615. Protective level is maximum discharge voltage for a 10 kA impulse current wave.0 (965) 61.0 (1548) 61.0 399.9 (1800) 79.0 Maximum Discharge Voltage Impulse 8 x 20 Microsecond Wave 3 kA 31.0 98.9 41.1 (408) 16.0 223.0 550.0 165.0 478.1 (408) 16.0 98.0 469.0 569.4 24. Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).8 101.6 111.0 106.1 (408) 16.4 (2016) 86.2 (1200) 55. 334 .0 214.0 299.0 144.0 20 kA 39.3 40.2 110.0 241.6 (600) 32.8 33.0 48.0 (965) 38.0 576.0 263.0 591.3 19.7 (400) 15.0 276.8 55.8 69.0 240.0 Temporary overvoltage with no prior energy surge 2 Switching surge with a time to actual crest of 45 to 60 microseconds.0 (2513) 121.0 597. 1000 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings above 132 kV. 500 A switching surge current amplitude for ratings 12 — 132 kV.9 121.0 733.0 448.1 (408) 23.0 154.6 78.9 98.8 107.9 (2208) Creepage Distance Inches (mm) 15. 3 Equivalent front-of-wave producing a voltage wave cresting in 0.6 81.0 178.5 24.1 26.0 274.0 (1548) 61.0 160.0 200.4 57.5 (216) 16.5 kA 27.0 5 kA 32. PA +724-838-5204 MCOV Voltage Rating Rating (kV-rms) (kV-rms) 10.0 391.0 173. See bulletin 38-250.6 68.0 (965) 38.0 717.0 647.0 185.0 251.0 138.3 19.4 29.0 (382) 38.9 (3097) 121.9 68.0 155.0 455.0 150.9 116.7 (400) Weight Lbs.0 76.6 99.0 106.0 48.0 301.0 154.0 48.0 445.0 328.0 180.2 (1200) 47.9 (4062) 182.0 606.0 (965) 38. Nominal System Voltage (kV-rms) 12 — 14 12 — 14 20 — 26 20 — 26 MCOV Rating (kV-rms) 10.3 (1608) 70.0 825.0 329.0 144.7 (1416) 55.7 (1008) 47.0 214.7 132.0 FOW3 kV-Peak 40.0 687.0 (1930) 99.9 34.

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communications. Each meter can perform demand. reactive/ apparent with load profile. reactive/apparent. 4-quadrant TOU with load profile. load profile. The ALPHA meters also support a variety of communication options. The lightweight.abb. This section provides a brief summary of some of the available products. 4-quadrant Demand. 2. 200. and more. 4-quadrant (continued on next page) Form V Class Accuracy Function ANSI 96–528 VAC A-base 5. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 10. communications.10 compliant Demand. communications.2% over a wide range of loads ±0. load profile.com. 240 V only For more information.Electronic ABB’s ALPHA® meter is an electronic meter using the most current solid-state technology. low-profile design reduces storage and speeds installation. 16 20. or 3201 ±0. The ALPHA meter’s innovative electronic circuit design functions over a wide. 16 96–528 VAC 20 or 100 Switchboard 3WD. 3. dynamic current range and is accurate under extreme environmental conditions. 6. 4-quadrant Demand. TOU. 12. reactive/apparent. TOU.2% over a wide range of loads ±0. reactive metering. reactive/apparent. TOU. 10. 5 (35). load profile. SELECTION GUIDE Product ALPHA 1. 9. communications. 337 ABB . 6 (36). 4. The ALPHA meter has a core design that can be upgraded at any time into a variety of different types using a feature called Alpha Keys.2% over a wide range of loads ANSI C12. time-of-use. 4WY 96–528 VAC 20 Portable 1 3-element with 3 voltages and 3 current inputs 96–528 VAC 2 320 is Form 2S.

16 96–528 VAC 20.5% ION 96 to 332 V L-N (9S/36 S) or 192 to 576 V L-L (35 S) 96 to 332 V L-N (9S/36 S) or 192 to 576 V L-L (35 S) C12. load profile. TOU. reactive/apparent.2% over a wide range of loads ±0. reactive/apparent. 4-quadrant. reactive/apparent.20-1998. power quality. reactive/apparent. 5 (35).2% over a wide range of loads ANSI C12. or 320 ±0. diagnostic capabilities Demand. 16. power quality IEC-Compliant Meters AIN ALPHA 3. 13. 13. instrumentation profiling. reactive/apparent. power quality. advanced 4-quadrant. communications.0 Demand. 4WY 3-element with 3 voltages and 3 current inputs 96–528 VAC 20 Portable A3 ALPHA 96–528 VAC 2 ANSI 1.S. 10.20-1998. power quality. 4.2S C12. 4WY 96–528 VAC 20 ±0. 200. 9. reactive/apparent. and Control Portable 3-element with 3 voltages and 3 current inputs 96–528 VAC 2 Class 0. 4-quadrant. power quality. 16 96–528 VAC 20. 10. 6 (36). TOU. 2. 200. power quality. instrumentation.0 6 338 . TOU. 2.and 4-wire 57-480 VAC Transformer and direct– connect Directconnect 02.2% over a wide range of loads Metering.2% over a wide range of loads Demand. advanced 4-quadrant.2% over a wide range of loads Switchboard 3WD. reactive/apparent with load profile. 2. diagnostic capabilities A-base 96–528 VAC 20 or 100 Switchboard 3WD. 3.2 IEC 687 Class 0. advanced 4-quadrant. ANSI C12 compliant Demand. power quality. instrumentation. Protection. TOU. 4-quadrant. diagnostic capabilities. diagnostic capabilities Demand. 36S Demand. communications. 36 (6) 96–528 VAC 20 or 100 ±0. load profile. 35S. power quality 8500/8400 9S. load profile. TOU. diagnostic capabilities. communications.Electricity Meters SELECTION GUIDE Product ALPHA Plus ANSI (continued) V Class Accuracy Function Form 1. load profile. 4-quadrant. 0. power quality. 36S. reactive/apparent. 4-quadrant. communications. reactive/apparent. communications. diagnostic capabilities. 1. 6 (36). 5 (35). TOU. load profile. communications. ANSI C12 compliant A-base 10. 39S. load profile. load profile. instrumentation. 12. communications. 4-quadrant. instrumentation profiling.2S 8300 9S.10 compliant Demand.2% over a wide range of loads ±0. 10. 4-quadrant. TOU.2 IEC 687 Class 0. or 320 ±0. 9. class 0. reactive/apparent. 12. communications. power quality. power quality Demand. instrumentation. load profile.0. 16 5. TOU. 4-quadrant. load profile. instrumentation profiling. diagnostic capabilities Demand. 6. load profile. TOU. 35S.and 4-wire 1. ANSI C12 compliant Demand. 3. anti-tampering A1000 ALPHA 3. instrumentation.5S. communications. class 0. instrumentation. reactive/apparent. 13. 4-quadrant. TOU. 4. 35. diagnostic capabilities TOU with load profile. communications. TOU. reactive/apparent. 76S Demand. instrumentation.

2 Replaceable display Average power factor Easily upgradeable SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.5 (233) 9 (221) 11 (270) Net Weight 5 (2. either apparent energy (VAh) or reactive energy (VARh). 2 System service and current tests1. kvar. The ALPHA Plus meter offers power quality information to provide a continuing check on the quality of incoming service by flagging problems and displaying errors and warning codes.abb. such as instrumentation profiling. The time-of-use and energy and demand information can be displayed for both watt-hours and an additional alternate energy quantity. I. ALPHA Plus®. The A3 ALPHA meter expands the power of the existing ALPHA meter designs by adding features available on no other ALPHA meter. and stores energy use and demand data. kVA Multiple tariffs: up to 4 per day 4-quadrant metering Advanced 4-quadrant metering2 All standard socket and A-base forms available for both 1 phase and 3 phase Advanced Options Load profile: up to 4 channels (or 8 channels2) Programmable loadcontrol relays Form C relay pulse outputs of energy quantity PQ monitoring1. energy demand data can be collected for up to four rates per day.8) 9 (4. kvarh. and frequency1. The A3 ALPHA has more memory than any other ALPHA meter.5 (233) 15 (368) 11 (270) Height 9.VA. history log. (kg) Type A1S A1S A1A Carton Quantity 1 4 1 Width 11 (270) 15 (368) 12.With a communications board installed.2 Communications Options RS232 RS485 Internal modem—2400 BPS with optional outage and restore call-back3 External serial interface 20 mA current loop ANSI C12 communications standards2 Security Event log Instrumentation profiling2 History log2 Self reads2 Phase outage recording Power outage recording Reverse energy warning Password protection Nonvolatile memory Multiple alarms 1 2 ALPHA Plus A3 ALPHA 3 Outage and restore call-back option on ALPHA Plus and A3 ALPHA only For more information. and it is the first ABB meter to support the ANSI C12 protocol and data storage standards.com.2 Loss compensation1. V. kVAh Demand: kW.1) Multiple Configurations Energy: kWh. processes. and PF angles1. Raleigh. VAR. Manufactured at ABB Inc. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.With time-of-use configurations. and A3 ALPHA® The ALPHA meter is an integral meter and register that collects. NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Fully programmable Wide voltage range of 96 to 528 VAC Advanced 4–quadrant metering2 Per-phase values:W. 2 System W.Electronic ALPHA®. VAR. PF angles. 339 ABB . and self reads. these features become available for remote interrogation and alarming.3) 15 (6.VA.5 (306) Depth 9.

ALPHA Plus. and frequency1. kVAh Demand: kW.6) ALPHA Plus A3 ALPHA 3 Outage and restore call-back option on ALPHA Plus and A3 ALPHA only 2 6 340 .and 4-wire Advanced Options Load profile: up to 4 channels (or 8 channels2) Programmable loadcontrol relays Form C relay pulse outputs of energy quantity PQ monitoring1.2 System W.8 (349. Manufactured at ABB Inc.2 4-quadrant metering Advanced 4-quadrant metering2 Communications Options RS232 RS485 Internal modem—2400 BPS with optional outage and restore call-back3 External serial interface 20 mA current loop ANSI C12 communications standards2 Security Event log Instrumentation profiling2 History log2 Self reads2 Phase outage recording Power outage recording Reverse energy warning Password protection Nonvolatile memory Multiple alarms Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs. and A3 ALPHA® Switchboard ALPHA.6 (269. Switchboard ALPHA meters are ideal for those indoor applications where the meter will be rack-mounted.3) Depth 10.2) Height 13. (kg) Carton Quantity 1 1 Width 13.VA. Raleigh. PF angles. kvar.2 Loss compensation1. kvarh. kVA Multiple tariffs: up to 4 per day 3.2 System service and current tests1. and A3 ALPHA meters provide all the standard features of their ALPHA meter counterparts housed in an FT-21 enclosure. optional communications boards provide remote interrogation and alarming. VAR. Protection. NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Fully programmable Wide voltage range of 96 to 528 VAC Per-phase values:W. I. and Control Multiple Configurations Energy: kWh.9) Net Weight 12 (5.2 Replaceable display Average power factor Flexitest relay enclosure (FT-21) Drawout mounting cage for electronics Easily upgradeable SPECIFICATIONS Metering. ALPHA Plus®.VA. and PF angles1. VAR.Electricity Meters Electronic Switchboard ALPHA®.5 (342. For switchboard ALPHA Plus and A3 ALPHA meters.V.

5"H x 7. Manufactured at ABB Inc.25"W x 5. and A3 ALPHA® Portable energy meters are increasingly important to the energy service industry.5 mA to 2. kVAh Demand: kW.6) Net Weight 13 (5.Electronic Portable ALPHA®. machines and other loads. The portable ALPHA meter enables energy measurements at individual motors. and expensive equipment traditionally used in portable energy metering. on-site or via modem Dependable saving of program and data when power is off Easy for one person to carry two or three at a time No extension cord needed to power the meter Power outages and tampering are identified Easy to download data to PC One meter does many jobs 1 2 ALPHA Plus A3 ALPHA 3 Outage and restore call-back option on ALPHA Plus and A3 ALPHA only For more information.4) Height 14 (355. heavy.0 A High accuracy internal clock Easy access battery Average power factor Easily upgradeable Meters 1-phase. 50 or 60 Hz Current of 0.2 Communications Options RS232 RS485 External serial interface Internal modem—2400 BPS with optional outage and restore call-back3 20 mA current loop Benefits Quick and easy installation Small size—usually fits inside of electrical equipment cabinet Programmable from desktop.com. The portable ALPHA meter eliminates problems with bulky. ALPHA Plus®. kvar. Raleigh.0"D (190 mm x 184 mm x 127 mm) Lightweight: Less than 4 lbs.8 kg) Self-powering by alligator voltage clips Clamp on CTs: Standard AMC1201. cost-effective versions. 3-phase 3-wire ∆. (kg) Carton Quantity 1 Width 14 (355.abb. NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Small size: 7. (1. 341 ABB .46 and 1000:1 96 to 528 VAC. kVA 4-quadrant metering Transformer rated Advanced Options Load profile: up to 4 channels (or 8 channels2) Programmable loadcontrol relays Form C relay pulse outputs of energy quantity PQ monitoring 1. ABB has repackaged its ALPHA meters to supply users with these portable.9) SPECIFICATIONS Multiple Configurations Energy: kWh. kvarh.6) Depth 11 (279. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and 3-phase 4-wire wye and ∆ 60" (1524 mm) voltage leads provided with clearly marked connections SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.

1 MB on 8400 meters. unbalance. phase-reversal.n). or Ethernet links so you can manage a single site or global network of devices. These meters have sophisticated waveform recording and sub-cycle transient detection that is usually found in portable instruments. current. data/event recording. which is a full-featured PC-based. and interruptible rates Sophisticated waveform recording and sub-cycle transient detection Advanced 4-quadrant metering Ability to support enhanced key account services such as customized rate schedules. and Control 342 . and time-of-use Adaptable to virtually any billing scheme. and multi-port communications.l & l . Both the ION 8500 and 8400 revenue meters have been approved for use in Canada under Measurement Canada Notice of Approval A3-0924. Ltd. ION 8400/8500 meters support WebMeter™ applications. including time-of-use pricing. and transformer/line loss compensation. power. In addition. The ION 8300/8400/8500 meters are the first socket-mounted energy meters to combine power quality analysis. For real time access to the billing meter. distribution operations. comprehensive cost reduction programs. To this end. 512K on 8300 meters Optional expanded I/O Flexitest case assembly (FT–21) 6 Metering. Power Measurement. web-based energy. substation metering. comprehensive power quality. flexible billing. ION 8400/8500 meters are now approved for use in California ISO for metering applications. Protection. ABB will retain responsibility for state and utility certification issues. is responsible for all national certification issues. and intertie/ISO/RTO metering. and TOU measurements with power quality features to give quick access to metering information. and reliability analysis.20 Class 0.2 accuracy by AEP. STANDARD FEATURES Revolutionary object-oriented technology that easily adapts to future requirements Instantaneous measurement: voltage ( l . and power quality reporting 4 MB on 8500 meters. The most economical of the ION meters is the 8300. and have been certified as meeting the IEC 687 Class 0. flexible billing. Ltd. power factor.2 standard for electricity watt-hour meters by MET Labs (an independent NRTL). modem. demand. frequency. ION meters can be used in such applications as utility power quality.0 software. ION meters are fully supported by ION Enterprise 3. which combines high accuracy power.Electricity Meters Electronic ION® Meters ABB has signed an agreement with Power Measurement. energy.Web-ready software suite that provides data acquisition. that grants ABB the exclusive rights to market the ION revenue meters to supply-side markets. control capabilities. real-time pricing. ION 8400/8500 meters use MeterM@il® messaging. The 8300 has customized rates. For instant email alarm notification. the 8300/8400/8500 meters have been certified to meet/exceed the ANSI C12.The software collects data through serial.

com. 343 ABB . 160 channels (8400). (kg) Carton Quantity 1 4 Width 17 (431.4) Depth 10 (254) 18 (457.5 (12.8) Net Weight 7 (3.0 Security Anti-tamper provisions for cover and peak demand reset Event logging and alarming Password protection on revenue-related parameters Anti-tampering seal and hardware locks Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs. and symmetrical components Web-based energy and power quality reporting Communications Options RS232 RS485 Internal modem TCP/IP Ethernet Modbus DNP 3. 640 channels (8500) Power quality monitoring Sub-cycle transient detection Measure harmonics. kvar. imbalances.abb.2) 28.9) For more information. NC +919-212-4800 SPECIFICATIONS Multiple Configurations Energy: kWh. kVAh Demand: kW. kvarh. swells. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Raleigh. kVA Multiple tariffs—configurable to almost any tariff structure 4-quadrant metering Advanced Options Load profile: 32 channels (8300).8) 21 (533. sags.2) Height 10 (254) 22 (558.Manufactured at ABB Inc.

Available in multiple configurations. fully programmable.17 (233) 15.0 Energy: kWh. NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Fully programmable Three-phase power supply Wide voltage range: 57 to 480 VAC Per-phase values: W. Raleigh. extremely accurate.and 4-wire Standard and symmetrical wiring Advanced Options Load profile: up to 8 channels Programmable output relays External battery power-up Communications Options RS232 RS485 Security Phase outage recording Power outage recording Reverse energy warning Password protection Nonvolatile memory Low battery alarm Metering. VAR. 60687. solid-state electricity meter. the AIN ALPHA meter is the ideal solution for commercial and industrial metering applications. kVA Multiple tariffs 4-quadrant metering for import/export Transformer and direct-connected 3. and 61107 Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.V. Protection.5S. Using ABB’s patented ALPHA technology.VA.Electricity Meters Electronic AIN ALPHA® The AIN ALPHA meter is a highly functional.43 (392) Depth 13. I. 10/100 A. (kg) Carton Quantity 1 Width 9. the AIN ALPHA addresses major metering issues such as reliability. security. and adaptability. 5/10 A.7 (221) Net Weight 5 (2. Manufactured at ABB Inc. 0. and 20/100 A Frequency 50 and 60 Hz Temperature -40°C to 55°C (ambient) -40°C to 85°C (at electronics) Humidity 0 to 100% relative humidity IEC Standards 61036.5 (165) 8.1) 6 4 344 . 15/100 A. 1. accuracy. kvar. kVAh Demand: kW. kvarh.43 (392) Height 6.98 (355) 15.2S. and Control Voltage 57 to 480 VAC Current Ratings 1/10 A. and PF angle IEC 61107 communication protocol Easy access battery High accuracy internal clock DIN-type polycarbonate case Average power factor Easily upgradeable SPECIFICATIONS Multiple Configurations Accuracy class: 0.3) 20 (9.

where 1 or 2 energy quantities are needed. The meter is available in two basic configurations. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. Type R meters are optimized for residential metering. providing 2 quantities and maximum demand measurement for one selected quantity. and tools to ensure proper installation help distinguish the A1000 ALPHA from electromechanical meters and other electronic meters in its class. It meets or exceeds all applicable IEC 61036 standards for direct-connected. electronic energy metering. typically up to 70 kVA.0 accuracy (option for Class 1. Type C meters are optimized for commercial and light industrial metering. security features. 345 ABB . STANDARD FEATURES Metering kWh with options for additional kvarh or kVAh Wide voltage range. The flexibility of configurations.abb.0) IEC 61107 optical port Revenue metering Submetering Unified demand reset and alternate scroll button (sealable for demand reset) Installation verification Tamper detection/provision Instrumentation For more information.Electronic A1000 ALPHA® The A1000 ALPHA meter is an electronic 3-phase revenue meter for direct-connected applications. 3-phase power supply Extended current range (up to 100 amp maximum) IEC 61036 2.

1) 9. (kg) Metering. or overload indication External battery power-up Communications Options IEC 61107 optical port Security Total meter operation time Phase absent time Negative energy flow estimation Voltage 3x120/208 to 3x240/415 VAC ±20% 3-phase.55 (344. kVA Multiple tariffs 4-quadrant metering for import/export Direct-connected 3.55 (369. Raleigh. 5/60A. 62053-31 (1998) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.4) 6 346 .2) 13. Protection.0 Energy: kWh.6) 15.05 (382.425 (188.2) Net Weight 2. 2. and Control Carton Quantity 1 4 Width 9. 5/100 A. 5/80 A. BO1.6) Height 6.55 (242.and 4-wire Standard and symmetrical wiring Manufactured at ABB Inc. L1 to L2 or L3 to L2 3-phase. 10/60 A.6 (4. 10/80 A. 10/40 A. 3-wire delta or network Current ratings Frequency Temperature Humidity IEC Standards 5/40 A.Electricity Meters Electronic A1000 ALPHA® SPECIFICATIONS Multiple Configurations Accuracy class: 1. 61107 (1995).0.3) Depth 14. wye service 120 to 240 VAC ±20%.4 (1. 4-wire. 10/100 A 50 and 60 Hz -40°C to 55°C (ambient) -40°C to 85°C (at electronics) 0 to 100% noncondensing 61036 (1996).425 (163. kVAh Demand: kW. kvar. NC +919-212-4800 Advanced Options LED S0 relay outputs Second S0 relay output for energy pulses. 61268 (1995).6) 7. kvarh.

and connections. At least 4 MB.0 or higher (IBM PS/2 requires DOS 3. In addition to its basic functionality.com. user groups. 347 ABB . Metercat can create HTML reports of meter readings and programs. SVGA monitor (minimum 800 x 600 resolution). Metercat supports both optical and remote (for meters equipped with modems) communication.abb. can be installed with AlphaPlus software to collect and graphically display near real-time electric service and meter status information from ALPHA Plus meters. Metercat simplifies the management of users. Designed as a flexible Windows®-based application. AlphaPlus software was developed for use with demand. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. NC +919-212-4800 Metercat™ Metercat is a meter configuration and analysis tool developed to program and read ABB’s A3 ALPHA meter. PQ Inspector. 400K ABB UNICOM probe Description For more information. Metercat runs on all 32-bit Windows operating systems. An analysis tool called Thresholds is also provided with AlphaPlus software for use with ALPHA Plus® meters to enable service tests and to set service and power quality monitoring (PQM) thresholds. An additional package. Raleigh. reading a meter. SPECIFICATIONS Requirement AlphaPlus Software Operating system Hard drive space Memory Hardware Metercat Operating system CPU Hard drive space Memory Hardware Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4/2000 Pentium-compatible CPU 50 MB free 32 MB RAM (64 MB recommended) CD drive.Electronic Meter Software AlphaPlus™ Software AlphaPlus software is a comprehensive software program that provides an interface for configuring a broad range of meter functions. including programming a meter. and developing and maintaining meter programs. time-of-use (TOU). and real/reactive meters.3 or higher) PQ Inspector can run under Windows 3. The actual space needed depends on the number of graphs and reports to be stored. functions. ABB UNICOM probe DOS 3. load profile. Manufactured at ABB Inc.0 and Windows 95/98 in full-screen mode. generating reports.

two-way wireless communications for meter data collection and management.700 cities in the U. Protection. eliminating the long-term capital investment or length of time required to build a communications infrastructure. EnergyAxis ALPHA STARS is a communications platform that provides nationwide. ALPHA STARS offers users the ability to install a meter and have it read remotely in less than one hour. NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Microprocessor-based design for energy management.Electricity Meters Electronic EnergyAxis® ALPHA STARS™ Designed as a companion product to the ALPHA meter. and remote network management Integrated two-way.S. This communication works in conjunction with the EnergyAxis family of servers that provides meter data management and energy analysis functions. Manufactured at ABB Inc. while ensuring low drain and burden on the meter Internal antenna maximizes wireless reception Integrated with meter display for convenient monitoring of wireless signal strength 6 Metering. weather-resistant molded cordset Typical installation is less than 30 minutes Does not require external power wiring to the communications module Enabled for outage and restoration notification. Raleigh. giving users an instant national footprint. airtime optimization. wireless radio modem Connects to ALPHA meter using low-voltage. ALPHA STARS is based on public wireless networks. Its design supports multiple networks and transfer of large data packets from advanced electronic meters. The initial configuration operates using American Mobile’s ARDIS national wireless data network. offering energy or service providers a cost-efficient solution for their commercial and industrial customers. and Control 348 . which covers more than 10.

NC +919-212-4800 STANDARD FEATURES Collection. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. storage. and publication of secure meter consumption and interval data Real-time and scheduled reads for billing or data collection Validation. 349 ABB . and editing Meter and account management Full suite of application program interfaces XML file exchange Event and alarm notification APPLICATIONS Key Application Interfaces Metering information Billing Marketing Customer care CIS Forecasting.com. and planning Outage management For more information. flexible architecture. Energy providers can capture raw meter data. standardsbased. cellular. seamless. The AMR Server offers multiple communications capabilities. Raleigh. including two-way telephone. and wireless communications as well as an Internet interface for remote users.abb. estimation. scheduling. and flexible workflow paths. Offering investment protection through scalable. the AMR Server is an open solution that grows with a business. Manufactured at ABB Inc. certifiable meter data collection and management system. scaling from thousands to millions of meters. The server meets the requirements of state deregulation and changing business processes with simple.Electronic EnergyAxis® AMR Server The EnergyAxis AMR Server is an integrated. and deliver settlement-quality information directly to other essential business and operations systems. validate and process it.

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among them being excellent received accuracy. 4 120. 240. competitive potential watt loss and starting watts due to superior voltage coil design. 6. filter seal. or 200 None ABS with AMR 120. or 200 Polyphase ABS 5. 15. 4 120. or the meters can be retrofitted with the communication modules in the future. 8. Advances in automated assembly processes and in state-of-the-art calibration equipment provide for an accurate and reliable meter that has an operational product life conservatively placed at 30 years. Inc.. 9. 240. 25 120. 12. 16. and dependable in-service performance over the life of the meter.Electromechanical The ABB electromechanical meter is the most cost effective meter for measuring kilowatt-hour energy usage. 2. 12. encapsulated voltage coil for long life. 5U. The design of the Type AB and ABS electromechanical watt-hour meter accommodates the addition of communication modules mounted under the meter’s cover in support of automated meter reading (AMR) systems.abb. replaceable external lightning and surge arrestors. 7. 100. or 480 10. 7. 3. These meters can be shipped within a lead time of only a few weeks. 351 ABB . 14. SELECTION GUIDE Product Single-Phase AB1 1.. 9. or 480 20. and a highly reliable. 240. Inc. corrosion protection. 10. 15. and they can be supplied with either a clock dial or cyclometer type register. 2. 16. Design benefits include a reliable Magnethrust Bearing System® for almost frictionless disk support. The Type AB meter has many key features. 100. 25 5. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. This electromechanical meter is available as both a single-phase and polyphase meter. 5U. These communication modules may be mounted on the single-phase and polyphase meter and shipped directly from the factory. or 200 CellNet Data Systems RF module Itron. 6. fixed register mesh. 8. 240 or 480 10. 100. 14. RF module and telephone modem For more information. RF module and telephone modem Form V Class Communication Module AB1R 1. 100 or 200 None American Innovation telephone modems CellNet Data Systems RF module DCSI PLC module Hunt Technologies PLC module Itron.com. 10. 3. or 480 20.

Magnethrust AB1—Self-contained.5 120 240 0.2 7. secondary rated 3.3 0. Raleigh.5 (7) Shipping 18.5 (7) Export Shipping Dimensions Legal 18.75 x 15.8 3.6 7. and Control 3S 3S 10 10 2.3) Net 15. Meter can be used with two 2-wire current transformers on 3-wire service or one 3-wire current transformer on 3-wire service.6 3. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 4 Domestic Net 15.375 (400 x 400 x 187.5 240 0. Contact your local ABB representative for more information. 5-terminal 2. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Glass Covers1 Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial Socket-Type.3) 15.3) AB1 6 352 . SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.3) Gross 18. 3 5-dial/drum registers are recommended on meters where the energy consumed will be 10. or both. Protection. voltage transformers.2 1 1 1 1 10 55 5⁄ 9 27 7⁄ 9 27 7⁄ 9 13 8⁄ 9 138 8⁄ 9 5570C10G01 5570C10G27 5570C10G04 5570C10G05 5570C10G06 5570C10G40 5570C10G43 5570C10G11 5570C10G10 — 5570C10G14 5570C10G29 5570C10G17 5570C10G18 5570C10G19 5570C10G15 — 5570C10G30 5570C10G31 — 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum AB1 2-Wire—Transformer-type. 4-terminal.25 (8. 6-terminal 2. socket-type (2-wire or 3-wire) 1S 1S 2S 2S 2S 100 100 100 200 200 15 15 15 30 30 120 240 240 240 240 1. secondary rated 3. Filter-Seal.75 x 7.6 1 x Tr 166 2⁄ 3 5570C10G53 5570C10G70 5570C10G56 5570C10G64 Polycarbonate covers are available.000 kWh or more during one billing period. It is also available as a transformer-rated device with current transformers.Electricity Meters Electromechanical Single-Phase—AB1 and AB1R The AB1 is a single-phase watt-hour meter that is available as a self-contained device. capable of carrying up to 200 amperes of current at the rated voltage.5 2.25 (8. The AB1R is the single-phase AB1 meter equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.25 (8.4 (3-wire for two 2W CTs) 4S 1 2 10 2. Manufactured at ABB Inc. 4 Registers supplied on these meters are 4-dial/drum and must be multiplied by CT and PT ratios.6 1 x Tr 1 x Tr 333 1⁄ 3 166 2⁄ 3 5570C10G51 5570C10G52 — 5570C10G60 5570C10G54 5570C10G55 — 5570C10G63 AB1 3-Wire—Transformer-type.4 (2-wire for 2-wire CT and 3-wire for 3W CT) Metering.

NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Polycarbonate Covers Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-2—Socket-type.5 2.com.9) ABS-2 ABS-2 27. 8-terminal 5S 5S 5S 20 20 20 2.5 x 16.625 (419.1 x 269.abb.5 120 240 480 1.4 x 241. 353 ABB .4 4.5 x 11 x 9.8 Tr Tr Tr 83 1⁄ 3 412⁄ 3 20 5⁄ 6 E221CLA4AA E222CLA4AA E224CLA4AA E221CLA5AA E222CLA5AA E224CLA5AA E221CYA4AA E222CYA4AA E224CYA4AA E221CYA5AA E222CYA5AA E224CYA5AA 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.5 (14.6) 30.5 x 10.75 (12.6) 31.5 (241.5 (14.1 x 419.1) 31. three-wire services. This is a transformer-rated meter with an 8-terminal base.3) 27.6) For more information.1) Net 7 (3. An ABS-2 meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.3) Shipping Dimensions 9.3 x 279.3) 16. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 4 Domestic Net 7 (3.Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-2 The ABS-2 meter is a two-element meter for use on three-phase.2) Shipping 9 (4.2) Export Legal 8 (3.5 2.25 (13. Raleigh.2 2. transformer-rated.75 (12. Manufactured at ABB Inc. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.7) Gross 9 (4.

5) Shipping 10 (4. An ABS-3 meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.1) Net 8 (3.5 x 11 x 9.1 x 269.6 21.5 (241.5 2.5 2.625 (419. Manufactured at ABB Inc. It is available as a self-contained meter (7-terminal base) or a transformer-rated meter (13-terminal base) to match the appropriate meter socket configuration.6 1.5 (16.1) Shipping Dimensions 9.8 3. 7-terminal 16S 16S 16S 16S 16S 16S 16S 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 15 15 15 30 30 30 30 120 240 240 120 120 240 240 10. transformer-rated.5 (15.8 21.5 x 10.8 3.5 120 240 120 240 1.6 21.5) Export Legal 9 (4.1) 34.5 (16.6 43. and Control 9S 9S 10S 10S 20 20 20 20 2.3) 16.3 x 279. four-wire wye system.6 21.5) 35. Protection.1 x 419.Electricity Meters Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-3 The ABS-3 is a three-element meter for use on a three-phase.5 x 16. self-contained.6) Gross 10 (4.4 x 241.9) ABS-3 4 6 354 . 13-terminal Metering.5) 35.6 Tr Tr Tr Tr 55 5⁄ 9 27 7⁄9 55 5⁄9 27 7⁄9 E321CLA4AA E321CLA5AA E321CYA4AA E322CLA4AA E322CLA5AA E322CYA4AA E421CLA4AA E421CLA5AA E421CYA4AA E422CLA4AA E422CLA5AA E422CYA4AA E321CYA5AA E322CYA5AA E421CYA5AA E422CYA5AA SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.2 43.6) 32 (14. Raleigh. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 Domestic Net 8 (3.6) 32 (14.2 1 1 10 1 10 1 10 9 7⁄ 27 417⁄ 27 46 8⁄ 27 417⁄ 27 46 8⁄ 27 217⁄ 54 23 4⁄ 27 E311CLA4AA E311CLA5AA E311CYA4AA E312CLA4AA E312CLA5AA E312CLA4A1 E312CLA5A1 E312CYA4AA E312CYA4A1 E311CYA5AA E312CYA5AA E312CYA5A1 E331CYA5AA E331CYA5A1 E332CYA5AA E332CYA5A1 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum E331CLA4AA E331CLA5AA E331CYA4AA E331CLA4A1 E331CLA5A1 E331CYA4A1 E332CLA4AA E332CLA5AA E332CYA4AA E332CLA4A1 E332CLA5A1 E332CYA4A1 ABS-3—Socket-type.5 2. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Polycarbonate Covers Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-3—Socket-type.

75 (12. Manufactured at ABB Inc.6) 30.3) Net 7 (3.6) Export Legal 8 (3.5 (241.7) Gross 9 (4.1 x 419.3 x 279.9) ABS-5 4 For more information.3) 16.75 (12.Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-5 The ABS-5 is a two-element meter for use on three-phase.5 x 11 x 9. moveable 5th terminal 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 12S 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 15 15 15 15 15 30 30 30 30 30 30 120 240 240 480 480 120 120 240 240 480 480 7.2) 27.4 28.5 x 16.6) Shipping 9 (4. three-wire delta service or on a three-wire wye network service.1) 31. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Polycarbonate Covers Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-5—Socket-type.5 (14.6 57.abb.8 28. Raleigh.5 (14.4 14.2 14.com. 355 ABB .8 14.2) 27.6 1 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 13 8⁄9 617⁄18 69 4⁄ 9 317⁄ 36 3413⁄18 617⁄18 69 4⁄ 9 317⁄ 36 3413⁄18 153⁄ 72 1713⁄36 E511CLA4AA E512CLA4AA E512CLA4A1 E514CLA4AA E514CLA4A1 E531CLA4AA E531CLA4A1 E532CLA4AA E532CLA4A1 E534CLA4AA E534CLA4A1 E511CLA5AA E512CLA5AA E512CLA5A1 E514CLA5AA E514CLA5A1 E531CLA5AA E531CLA5A1 E532CLA5AA E532CLA5A1 E534CLA5AA E534CLA5A1 E511CYA4AA E511CYA5AA E512CYA4AA E512CYA5AA E512CYA4A1 E512CYA5A1 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum E514CYA4AA E514CYA5AA E514CYA4A1 E514CYA5A1 E531CYA4AA E531CYA5AA E531CYA4A1 E531CYA5A1 E532CYA4AA E532CYA5AA E532CYA4A1 — E534CYA4A1 E532CYA5A1 — E534CYA4A1 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.8 28.1) 31. An ABS-5 meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.3) Shipping Dimensions 9.625 (419.25 (13. self-contained. This meter is a self-contained meter and uses a 5-terminal base.4 x 241.5 x 10. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.8 57.4 14.1 x 269.4 28. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 Domestic Net 7 (3. 5-terminal.

4 1 10 1 13 8⁄ 9 138 8⁄ 9 6 17⁄18 E911CLA4AA E911CLA4A1 E931CLA4AA E911CLA5AA E911CYA4AA E911CLA5A1 E911CYA4A1 E911CYA5AA E911CYA5A1 E931CYA5AA E931CLA5AA E931CYA4AA Metering. SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs. self-contained.7) Gross 9 (4.6) 30.75 (12.75 (12.3 x 279. 5-terminal.2 14. self-contained.5 (14. This meter is used where a 120/208 volt network is the electrical service. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Glass Covers1 Form Class Test A V Kh Register Multi Register Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-5U—Socket-type.2) 27.1 x 269.4 1 10 1 13 8⁄ 9 138 8⁄9 6 17⁄18 E611CLA4AA E611CLA4A1 E631CLA4AA E611CLA5AA E611CYA4AA E611CLA5A1 E611CYA4A1 E611CYA5AA E611CYA5A1 E631CYA5AA 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum E631CLA5AA E631CYA4AA ABS-5U—Socket-type.5 (14.6) Export Legal 8 (3. Protection.3) 16. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 Domestic Net 7 (3.4 x 241. This may be in large apartment complexes or other closely grouped housing.1) 31.5 x 16.5 x 11 x 9. Raleigh.2) 27.2 7.2 14.1) 31.1 x 419.2 7.3) Net 7 (3.6) Shipping 9 (4. Manufactured at ABB Inc.Electricity Meters Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-5U The ABS-5U meter is similar to the ABS-5. and Control 1 Form 25S comes with polycarbonate covers. An ABS-5U meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.25 (13.3) Shipping Dimensions 9. 5-terminal. moveable 5th terminal 12S 12S 12S 100 100 200 15 15 30 120 120 120 7. but it is designed for network applications in urban areas where lightning protection on the meter is not required.9) ABS-5U 4 6 356 .625 (419.5 x 10. and lightning protection for the service is provided at the service entrance. fixed 5th terminal 25S 25S 25S 100 100 200 15 15 30 120 120 120 7.5 (241.

Raleigh.2) Export Legal 8 (3. 13-terminal 8S 8S 20 20 2.5 2.com. 357 ABB .8 28.6) Shipping 9 (4.5 240 480 2.8 57.5 (241. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.8 28. four-wire delta service. It is available as a self-contained meter (7-terminal base) or a transformer-rated meter (13-terminal base).1 x 269.3) Net 7 (3. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Polycarbonate Covers Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-7—Socket-type. Manufactured at ABB Inc.3) For more information.75 (12.1) Shipping Dimensions 9.5 x 16.2) 27.abb.4 28.3 x 279.625 (419.5 (14. transformer-rated. 7-terminal 15S 15S 15S 15S 15S 15S 100 100 100 200 200 200 15 15 15 30 30 30 240 240 480 240 240 480 14.4 14.Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-7 The ABS-7 is a two-element meter designed for use on a three-phase.75 (12.4 x 241.7) 31.5 x 11 x 9.9) ABS-7 4 27. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 Domestic Net 7 (3.3) 16.6 1 10 1 1 10 1 617⁄18 69 4⁄ 9 317⁄ 36 317⁄ 36 3413⁄18 153⁄ 72 E712CLA4AA E712CLA5AA E712CYA4AA E712CLA4A1 E712CLA5A1 E712CYA4A1 E714CLA4AA E714CLA5AA E714CYA4AA E732CLA4AA E732CLA5AA E732CYA4AA E732CLA4A1 E732CLA5A1 E732CYA4A1 E734CLA4AA E734CLA5AA — E712CYA5AA E712CYA5A1 E714CYA5AA E732CYA5AA E732CYA5A1 — 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum ABS-7—Socket-type.6) 30.5 (14.8 Tr Tr 412⁄ 3 20 5⁄ 6 E722CLA4AA E722CLA5AA E722CYA4AA E724CLA4AA E724CLA5AA E724CYA4AA E722CYA5AA E724CYA5AA SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.6) Gross 9 (4. An ABS-7 meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.1) 31.5 x 10.1 x 419.4 4. self-contained.25 (13.

Protection. This transformer-rated meter (with a 13-terminal base) permits the use of only two voltage transformers instead of the usual three when metering three-phase.1 x 269.6) 31.6 21. it offers reduced installation cost when voltage transformers are required.5 x 11 x 9.6 21.75 (12.5 (14. An unbalance in voltage magnitudes between phases will create a possible metering error when the meter “estimates” the missing third voltage.5 (241. (kg) Type Carton Quantity 1 Domestic Net 7 (3. Although it can be provided in a self-contained configuration. and Control 14S 14S ABS-8—Socket-type.25 (13. An ABS-8 meter can be equipped with any one of the available communication modules listed in the Electromechanical Selection Guide.9) ABS-8 4 27. but it must only be used when there is a voltage balance between each of the three phases. transformer-rated.6 43.6 Tr Tr 55 5⁄ 9 27 7⁄ 9 E821CLA4AA E821CLA5AA E821CYA4AA E821CYA5AA E822CLA4AA E822CLA5AA E822CYA4AA E822CYA5AA SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Approximate dimensions in inches (mm) and weight lbs.2 1 1 10 1 10 1 10 9 7⁄ 27 417⁄ 27 46 8⁄ 27 417⁄ 27 46 8⁄ 27 217⁄ 54 23 4⁄ 27 E811CLA4AA E811CLA5AA E811CYA4AA E811CYA5AA E812CLA4AA E812CLA5AA E812CYA4AA E812CYA5AA E812CLA4A1 E812CLA5A1 E812CYA4A1 E812CYA5A1 E831CLA4AA E831CLA5AA E831CYA4AA E831CYA5AA E831CLA4A1 E831CLA5A1 E831CYA4A1 E831CYA5A1 E832CLA4AA E832CLA5AA E832CYA4AA E832CYA5AA E832CLA4A1 E832CLA5A1 E832CYA4A1 E832CYA5A1 5-Dial Drum-Type Cyclometer 4-Drum 5-Drum Metering.3 x 279. Raleigh.Electricity Meters/Water Meters Electromechanical Polyphase—ABS-8 The ABS-8 is a two and one-half element meter designed for a special application on a three-phase.1) 31. NC +919-212-4800 SELECTOR GUIDE Style Numbers with Polycarbonate Covers Form Class Test A V Kh Register Register Multi Ratio Standard Clock Dial 4-Dial ABS-8—Socket-type. 13-terminal 6S 6S 20 20 2.625 (419.7) Gross 9 (4.2) Shipping 9 (4.5 2.2 43. Manufactured at ABB Inc.5 (14.1) Net 7 (3.2) 27. four-wire wye service.75 (12.8 21.8 3. 7-terminal 14S 14S 14S 14S 14S 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 15 15 15 30 30 30 30 120 240 240 120 120 240 240 10.1 x 419. self-contained. This application provides a cost savings due to the reduction of voltage transformers.6) Export Legal 8 (3.5 x 10.3) Shipping Dimensions 9.4 x 241. four-wire wye circuits.6) 30.5 x 16.6 21.3) 16.5 120 240 1.3) 6 358 .

C700 Positive Displacement Meter
ABB’s C700 oscillating, piston-type water meters are the most advanced concept in positive displacement metering today. This complete family of top performing meters, in sizes 5 ⁄ 8" to 2", are available with a wide variety of accessories and trim materials. The C700 line of water meters is so dependable and well engineered that ABB offers the industry’s longest and broadest warranty, assuring unparalleled performance and the highest revenue-earning potential. All ABB direct read meters are easily converted with Digital or Encoder registers for RMR, EMR, and AMR applications—just one example of ABB’s product versatility.

FEATURES
Leak Detector: Detects and registers even the smallest flow due to the unique 1:1 ratio to the piston. Large Registers: Register assembly is very large (31 ⁄ 2") and includes color-coded odometers to eliminate reading errors. Dual Inlet-Outlet Porting: This design offers a balanced flow stream to reduce wear and lower pressure loss while maximizing accuracy at all flows. Advanced Piston Design: Optimized diameterto-height ratio provides the absolute lowest starting flow of 1 ⁄ 52 gpm. Increased torque allows for improved linear accuracy over the entire flow range, yielding the maximum legal revenue. Grooved Piston™: A technological breakthrough uses shaped, vertical grooves to create a Turbulence Seal™. This unique feature actually uses the water flow to create turbulence to prevent water from bypassing the piston, thus improving performance. Debris is held in suspension within the created flow eddies to prevent meter stoppage in sandy environments. Eccentric Drive™: The piston drive pin is mounted off-center on the piston and captive to the magnetic drive bar to provide smooth operation and reduce noise levels. Extended Wear Surfaces: All wear-prone areas (such as thrust bearings) are strategically located and made of nylon to virtually eliminate wear. A sediment well is located in the chamber floor to provide a self-cleaning cavity for debris. A contoured division plate helps to smooth and quiet piston rotation. Phased Porting™: Slightly offset top and bottom inlet ports allow the water flow to smoothly move the piston, thus eliminating erratic piston movement and reducing noise.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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C700 Positive Displacement Meter
SPECIFICATIONS
Main Case Material
Low Flow Continuous Flow Maximum Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Temperature Maximum Pressure Length Threaded Flanged Width Threaded Flanged Height Height, bottom to centerline Threaded Flanged in. in. lbs. lbs. lbs. 41 ⁄ 4 — 51 ⁄ 8 — 11 ⁄ 2 — 21 ⁄ 16 —
3 ⁄ 4"

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Units gpm gpm gpm psi °F psi in. in. in.

5 ⁄ 8"

x 1 ⁄ 2" 5 ⁄ 8" x 3⁄ 4"
1⁄ 8

3 ⁄ 4"

3 ⁄ 4"

x 3 ⁄ 4" S x 3 ⁄ 4" 3 ⁄ 4" x 1"
1⁄ 4

1"
1⁄ 2

11 ⁄ 2" 11 ⁄ 2 50 100 2.9 120 150

2" 2 80 160 3.6 120 150

15 20 2.1 120 150

15 30 2.4 120 150
3 ⁄4"

25 50 2.5 120 150 S: 71 ⁄ 2" 10 3 ⁄ 4 —

7 1⁄ 2 —

9 —

12 5 ⁄ 8 13

151 ⁄ 4 17

in. in. in.

41 ⁄ 4 — 51 ⁄ 4

4 3⁄ 8 — 5 13 ⁄ 16

6 15 ⁄ 16 — 61 ⁄ 4

71 ⁄ 2 81 ⁄ 2 81 ⁄ 2

8 3⁄ 4 8 3⁄ 4 7 3⁄ 4

21 ⁄ 8 — S: 4 7 ⁄ 8" 10 1 ⁄ 2 —

21 ⁄ 8 21 ⁄ 8

215 ⁄ 16 13 ⁄ 4

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Weight Threaded Flanged

22 24

36 39

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T3000 Turbine Meters
The T3000, a high-velocity, Class II turbine meter, performs to the highest standards of accuracy and exceeds AWWA C701 standards. The unitized construction of this meter reduces maintenance costs and contributes to superior performance. T3000 is available in bronze sizes 11 ⁄ 2" thru 8" or epoxy-coated cast iron thru 12". As in all ABB meters, direct read, remote, digital, and encoder registers are interchangeable. ABB is so confident of this meter’s capability to retain new meter accuracy standards that ABB guarantees it... for a full 5 years!

FEATURES
Superior Materials: Tungsten Carbide rotor shaft combined with PTFE (Teflon) radial bearing and ceramic jewel thrust bearing. Concealed Accuracy Adjustment: Accuracy adjustment is concealed under the register and is adjustable under pressure. Unitized Measuring Element: Facilitates simple and complete replacement of all parts without removing the meter from service and also includes straightening vanes to reduce the effects of turbulence on the meter’s accuracy. Throated Inlet: Increases low-flow sensitivity, assuring greater accuracy while maintaining low pressure loss and directing flow profile over the entire circumference of the rotor. Rotor Passes Foreign Materials: Due to the throated inlet design, the space between the rotor and chamber wall allows passing of suspended solids commonly seen in large meter applications. Stainless Steel Body Trim: Non-corrosive body bolts and hinge pins for longer life. Undergear Assembly: Reduces speed of the driving magnet, preventing magnetic breakaway during fast start-ups.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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T3000 Turbine Meters
SPECIFICATIONS
11 ⁄ 2" 2" Cast Iron 3 160 200 1.0 150 120 121 ⁄ 4 73 ⁄ 8 — 8 9 ⁄ 16 — 3 5 ⁄ 16 — 261 ⁄ 2 6" Bronze 3 160 200 1.6 150 120 10 73 ⁄ 8 73 ⁄ 4 77 ⁄ 8 2 7 ⁄ 16 29 ⁄ 16 211 ⁄ 2 22 8" Cast Iron 15 2000 2500 0.6 150 120 19 3 ⁄ 4 113 ⁄ 16 — 15 — 513 ⁄ 16 — 821 ⁄ 2 Bronze 25 2800 3500 1.3 150 120 20 13 7 ⁄ 16 — 16 1 ⁄ 16 — 615 ⁄ 16 — 168 Cast Iron 25 2800 3500 1.3 150 120 201 ⁄ 2 13 7 ⁄ 16 — 16 1 ⁄ 16 — 615 ⁄ 16 — 110 Cast Iron 3 160 200 1.6 150 120 121 ⁄ 4 73 ⁄ 8 — 811 ⁄ 16 — 33 ⁄ 8 — 261 ⁄ 2 Bronze 4 600 750 0.6 150 120 12 71 ⁄ 2 — 9 3⁄ 8 — 3 5⁄ 8 — 333 ⁄ 8 10" Cast Iron 55 3200 5500 0.7 150 120 17 3 ⁄ 4 161 ⁄ 8 — 1815 ⁄ 16 — 81 ⁄ 4 — 246 3" Cast Iron 4 600 750 0.6 150 120 16 1 ⁄ 4 713 ⁄ 16 — 915 ⁄ 16 — 4 1⁄ 8 — 371 ⁄ 4 12" Cast Iron 95 4300 7000 0.8 150 120 193 ⁄ 4

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4" Bronze 7 1000 1250 0.8 150 120 14 9 — 10 3 ⁄ 4 — 4 1⁄ 4 — 511 ⁄ 2 Cast Iron 7 1000 1250 0.8 150 120 19 91 ⁄ 16 — 113 ⁄ 8 — 4 13 ⁄ 16 — 52 1⁄ 8

Main Case Material
Low Flow Continuous Flow Maximum Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Pressure Maximum Temperature Length Width Height Oval Flange End Round Flange End Height, bottom to centerline Oval Flange End Round Flange End Weight Oval Flange End Round Flange End

Units gpm gpm gpm psi psi ºF in. in. in. in. in. in. lbs. lbs.

Bronze 3 160 200 1.0 150 120 10 73 ⁄ 8 73 ⁄ 4 73 ⁄ 4 2 7 ⁄ 16 2 7 ⁄ 16 191 ⁄ 2 20

H3200 3" FHM Aluminum 5 300 400/750* 1.4* 150 120 14 3 ⁄ 8 73 ⁄ 8 813 ⁄ 16** — — 3** — — 171 ⁄ 4** — —

Main Case Material

Units Bronze gpm gpm gpm psi psi ºF in. in. in. in. in. in. lbs. lbs. 15 2000 2500 0.6 150 120 18 11 — 10 3 ⁄ 8 — 51 ⁄ 4 — 90

Metering, Protection, and Control

Low Flow Continuous Flow Maximum Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Pressure Maximum Temperature Length Width Height Oval Flange End Round Flange End Height, bottom to centerline Oval Flange End Round Flange End Weight Oval Flange End Round Flange End
**Without Restrictor Plate **2 1 ⁄ 2" AST Pipe Thread End Connections

191 ⁄ 16 — 20 3 ⁄ 8 — 93 ⁄ 4 — 278

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C3000 Compound Meter
The C3000 compound meter combines the T3000 turbine meter and C700 piston meter in one high-performance compound meter. The C3000 is designed for the highest possible metering accuracy in installations where extremely large variations in flow are typical, such as schools, hospitals, shopping centers, and other installations where flow demands vary from a few drops to large peak-hour demands. This meter is available in sizes 2" to 8". Because the compound is lighter and less bulky, it does not require special equipment nor additional labor to install. All C3000 parts and subassemblies are completely interchangeable with the T3000 turbine meter and the C700 positive displacement meter, thereby eliminating dual inventory and cutting maintenance costs. The C3000 features a unique changeover valve. This spring-loaded poppet-style valve functions on differential pressure. It is a positive action valve, which means that it is fully opened or fully closed at all times. This superior design assures the highest accuracy (100% ± 1 ⁄ 2 %) and eliminates the loss of revenue at changeover, which is common with weighted check valves. ABB’s compound meter pricing, compact design, interchangeable parts, and unparalleled accuracy, means dollars saved.

FEATURES
Poppet-Style, Positive Action Changeover Valve: • “Poppet”-Style, Spring-Loaded Design: This design feature assures that the cone stays closed until the differential pressure is sufficient to fully open the valve. • Butterfly Vent: This adjustable vent changes the rate of flow at which the valve opens for special applications. • Uniquely Designed Cone: The cone is designed with pressure-sensitive areas that allow concentration of differential pressure. This ensures a positive action, fully open or fully closed. • Rubber Semi-Hard Seat: This feature ensures a bubble tight seal in the closed position, and follows the cone during valve opening resulting in efficient operation.

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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C3000 Compound Meter
SPECIFICATIONS
2" Main Case Material Low Flow Continuous Flow Maximum Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Temperature Maximum Pressure Length Width Height Height, bottom to centerline Weight Units Bronze gpm gpm gpm psi ºF psi in. in. in. in. lbs.
1⁄ 8

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3" Bronze
1⁄ 8

4" Bronze
1⁄ 4

6" Bronze
3⁄ 4

8" Bronze 11⁄ 2 1875 3000 0.7 120 150 34 137 ⁄ 8 16 6 7⁄ 8 227 Cast Iron 11⁄ 2 1875 3000 0.7 120 150 341⁄ 2 137 ⁄ 8 16 6 7⁄ 8 285

100 160 3.1 120 150 17 12 9 ⁄ 16 8 211⁄ 16 34

325 650 1.8 120 150 17 131 ⁄ 4 9 7 ⁄ 16 3 5⁄ 8 551⁄ 4

575 1150 2.0 120 150 20 141 ⁄ 8 10 7 ⁄ 8 41 ⁄ 4 67 1 ⁄ 8

1560 2500 1.3 120 150 24 17 9 ⁄ 16 13 7 ⁄ 16 5 3⁄ 4 145

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FSM3 Fire Service Meter
The FSM3 Compound Assembly is designed for use where water for both fire protection and domestic needs are combined into a single service. The FSM3 combines in one assembly an FM-Approved Fire Service Strainer, an AWWA Class II Turbine meter for high and deluge flows, a positive displacement meter for low flow measurement, and a check valve to direct flows to the appropriate measuring chamber. The FSM3 meets or exceeds the performance and material requirements of the AWWA Standard C703, as most recently revised for Type II devices. A single polyester-coated, ductile iron body houses both the FSM3 Turbine Measuring chamber and the Automatic Check Valve. The FSM3’s Automatic Check Valve is externally spring-loaded with a covered external spring arm. This feature allows inspection of proper valve function without interruption of service.

Features
Strainer: Polyester-coated, fabricated steel body Strainer: 304 Stainless steel screen Strainer: O-ring seals Strainer: Large air vent tap Strainer: Removable screen and frame Strainer: Large, o-ring sealed, drain Turbine: AWWA Class II Turbine Turbine: Fiberglass-reinforced, fixed-flow straightener and flow straightener incorporated into chamber housing Turbine: Modular measuring element Turbine: Rugged magnetic drive design Turbine: O-ring seals Valve: Externally loaded springs/ external spring arm Valve: O-ring seals Valve: Removable spring cover Valve: Bolted cover Bypass: Shut-off valves upstream and downstream of meter C-700 Bypass: Piston-type PD meter C-700 Bypass: Modular replacement Registers: Heat-treated lenses Register: L-shaped gasket Registers: Universal size on size for each meter type Assembly: Factory Mutual (FM) approved

Benefits
Corrosion resistance for long life Durable for long life Simplifies clean-out and maintenance Increases pipe efficiency Easy clean-out Easy flushing High accuracy over extended flow range Eliminates water turbulence (even during crossover) for improved accuracy Simplifies field maintenance & repair Extends life Simplifies field maintenance Inspection and valve manipulation without disruption of customer service Quick reassembly Quick access and field protection Clapper accessible for repair Repair or replace bypass meter without service disruption Increases utility revenue Labor-saving maintenance Reduces breakage Hermetically sealed to prevent fogging No change gears or register coding simplifies maintenance and parts inventories while assuring accuracy. Tested and approved for accuracy plus fire service performance

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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FSM3 Fire Service Meter
APPLICATIONS
To measure the wide variation of flows on lines that provide water for both daily and fire service use For custody transfer installations between water systems In compound installations with extremely wide flow variations

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SPECIFICATIONS
Main Case Material Low Flow Normal Flow Max/Deluge Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Temperature Maximum Pressure Length Width Width, centerline to bypass Height Height, bottom to centerline Units gpm gpm gpm psi ºF psi in. in. in. in. in. lbs.
3⁄ 4

4"
1⁄ 2

6" 11 ⁄ 2 5 — 2000 2600 2.3 120 175 45 29 191⁄ 5 283⁄ 5 14 555

8" 2 8 — 3500 4400 2.4 120 175 53 364⁄ 5 237⁄ 10 31 157⁄ 10 867

— 800 1400 2.8 120 175 33

231 ⁄ 10 144⁄ 5 227⁄ 10 111⁄ 2 277

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Weight

366

AquaMaster Electronic Water Meter
In a unique water design, AquaMaster combines electromagnetic flow principles with digital signal processing. Available in sizes 2" to 12", the AquaMaster is ideal for custody transfer, commercial and industrial revenue, and process applications that demand the highest accuracy available for water measurement. The rugged AquaMaster Solid-State Water Meter offers exceptional accuracy over an extended flow range. Depending on the application, utilities can select from AC-powered units with a 1500:1 flow range or batterypowered units with a 650:1 flow range, offering 98% and 95% accuracy, respectively, at normal flows and ±2% accuracy at very low flow rates. With an unobstructed flow tube, AquaMaster: • Is ideal for high- and low-flow services exposed to water-borne debris • Meets the performance requirements of applications that provide both normal and fire service demand For installation flexibility, AquaMaster can be installed in any orientation and is available either AC-powered with optional battery back-up or battery-powered.

APPLICATIONS
District Metering (DMA) Commercial metering/bulk revenue Distribution system analysis of both volume and flow Data logging for distribution system analysis Industrial metering for water use only Water supply management Volume and rate applications where no external power exists Applications where both low and high water flows are required Applications where particulate matter in the water affects mechanical style water meters Applications where the measuring element should be buried Applications where the pipe is neither horizontal nor vertical and would effect accuracy of traditional mechanical style meters Conventional electromagnetic flow meter applications Applications where traditional magnetic flow meters cannot be used due to external power requirements

FEATURES
Widest flow range with lowest night flow capability Exceptional accuracy (± .25% or ±0.5%) Intelligent sensor stores all factory and site information Battery- or AC-powered • 3-year battery life • Optional battery back-up on AC units Rugged construction and no moving parts Buriable sensor, submersible electronic display unit Materials of construction approved for potable water Low cost of ownership

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Main Case Material Low Flow, AC-powered Low Flow, battery-powered Continuous Flow Maximum Flow Maximum Temperature, sensor Maximum Temperature, display Maximum Pressure Length Width Height, with display unit Height, bottom to centerline Weight, sensor Units gpm gpm gpm gpm ºF ºF psi in. in. in. in. lbs. 2" 0.17 0.40 177 219 158 122 232 7 9 ⁄ 10 7 123⁄ 5 31 ⁄ 2 22 3" 0.44 1.10 609 756 158 122 232 7 9 ⁄ 10 83⁄ 5 141 ⁄ 5 43⁄ 10 40 4" 0.7 1.6 1022 1268 158 122 232 9 4⁄ 5 94⁄ 5 152⁄ 5 49⁄ 10 53 6" 1.7 4.0 2287 2383 158 122 232 114⁄ 5 114⁄ 5 172⁄ 5 5 9⁄ 10 84 8" 2.8 7.0 2948 3658 158 122 232 134⁄ 5 154⁄ 5 212⁄ 5 7 9⁄ 10 82

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10" 4.4 11.0 4718 5855 158 122 232 177⁄ 10 173⁄ 10 229⁄ 10 87⁄ 10 132

12" 7.0 16.0 6460 8015 158 122 232 197⁄ 10 189⁄ 10 241 ⁄ 2 91 ⁄ 2 154

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S2000 Commercial Single Jet Meter
The S2000 Commercial Single Jet Meter fills the gap of traditional utility products, for broad flow range (500:1) and higher pressure applications. Adding to its growing acceptance in utility applications are the meter’s compact design and ease of installation.

ABB Inc. Ocala, FL +352-732-4670

FEATURES
Broad flow range—500:1 High accuracy—±2% Higher pressure applications—up to 232 psi Rugged construction—only ONE moving component Lower life cost—lower initial cost Simple to install—and less space required! Accurate measurement of high and low flows Undamaged by particulate matter Easy to maintain Lower maintenance cost

SPECIFICATIONS
Main Case Material Low Flow Normal Flow Max/Deluge Flow Head Loss at AWWA Continuous Flow Maximum Temperature Maximum Pressure Length Width Width, centerline to bypass Height Height, bottom to centerline Weight Units gpm gpm gpm psi ºF psi in. in. in. in. in. lbs. 2" 0.3 1 — 180 180 2.5 122 232 114⁄ 5 71⁄ 5 — 83⁄ 10 33⁄ 10 32 3" 0.5 2 — 400 400 16.0 122 232 134⁄ 5 99⁄ 10 — 91⁄ 2 4 57 4" 1.0 3 — 560 530 10.2 122 232 134⁄ 5 122⁄ 5 — 102⁄ 5 41⁄ 2 95

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contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. protection and control systems Engineering and technical support specializing in every aspect of system protection A complete and comprehensive line of electromechanical relays and FT-1 switches A complete range of solid-state relays Multifunction overcurrent protection with optional reclosing for medium voltage feeders Microprocessor-based unit designed to provide three-phase and ground overcurrent protection and optional circuit breaker auto reclosing Locates and annunciates ground faults in ungrounded or high-resistance grounded plant electrical systems Transmission line distance protection system relay Transmission line segregated phase comparison protection relay Transmission line phase comparison protection relay Transmission line current differential protection relay Differential and overcurrent protection for power transformers Multifunction protection for synchronous generators Features For more information. petrochemical plants. and retrofitting of its products. government.Protective Relays ABB designs and manufactures the industry’s broadest range of protective relays.abb. SELECTION GUIDE Product Generation GPU 2000R Transformer TPU 2000R Transmission REL 512 REL 350 REL 352 REL 356 Distribution DPU 2000R/DPU 1500R Microshield O/C GFLS (Ground Fault Locating System) Electromechanical and Solid-State Electromechanical Solid State Relay Panels Engineered Protection Systems Relay Services Project Engineering Group has a long history in supplying world-class. the U. commissioning. technical training. maintenance.com. customized relay services. and substation automation equipment. and other industrial users. 371 ABB . ABB provides on-site turnkey installation. customer-specified. the pollution control industry. In addition.S. The major customers for ABB protection relays are electric utilities.

detailed metering.Protective Relays Generation GPU 2000R The GPU 2000R is a generator protection unit in the proven line of 2000R series relays. FEATURES Standard Complete multifunction protection Programmable logic inputs (8) and outputs (6) A 4-line by 20-character liquid crystal display provides easy access to metering. the GPU 2000R provides multifunction protection. The 589T series is designed to provide primary and/or back-up protection for small. and settings. Utilizing three advanced microprocessors.to medium-sized generators. Protective Functions 589T series: • Under and overvoltage (27/59) • Reverse power (32 R) • Loss-of-excitation (40) • Phase unbalance (46) • Voltage—restrained or controlled overcurrent (51 V) • Back-up phase overcurrent (50/51) • Ground overcurrent (51 G/50 G) • Directional phase and ground overcurrent (67/67 N) • Under and overfrequency (81 U/81 O) The 589V series adds: • 100% stator ground (27 G/59 G) • Machine differential (87) • Volts per hertz (24) • Synchronism check (25) • Inadvertent energization (501 E) The 589W series adds: • Distance backup (21) 6 Metering. Protection. and Control 372 . The sensitivity of the reverse-power. testing. Electrically isolated communication ports provide superior remote communications. expansive fault and operations records. and advanced communications options. The loss-of-excitation function is accomplished by an mho-circle impedance element. Simultaneous communication through front and rear ports via dedicated microprocessors Continuous self-diagnostics Machine-running timers and alarms Flash memory technology provides for quick and easy updating to latest software enhancements. programmable inputs and outputs.2% of rated machine power. This new series also provides improved performance compared to the earlier 589R series. and the 589V/589W series is suitable for synchronous generators of any size. records. anti-motoring element is down to 0.

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and Control 374 .Protective Relays Transformer TPU 2000R The TPU 2000R is an advanced. decrease the percent mismatch to levels unobtainable by conventional relays. The 64 cycle-per-phase oscillographic record and event log provide detailed system disturbance data. Three groups of setting tables allow for online switching between groups for adaptive relay techniques. The harmonic restraint record details the per-phase percent harmonic in each winding at the start and stop of a harmonic restraint condition. and Alternate 2 Eight (8) programmable contact inputs and six (6) programmable output contacts with independently selectable delays of 0 to 60 seconds Nine (9) user-selectable. high-speed. Phase compensation for practically any main winding and current transformer secondary arrangement Six (6) overcurrent protective functions for each winding Programmable logic inputs and outputs Complete load current metering functions Menu-driven programming of settings Isolated communication ports provide superior remote communications. 150 N) Negative sequence overcurrent protection per winding (46) Three groups of setting tables: Primary. so the restraint margin can be determined. transformer protection unit designed for use with three-phase power transformers. Front and rear communication ports for simultaneous local and remote access Advanced 32-bit microprocessor technology Complete electronic drawout Protective Functions Two or three winding. Alternate 1. with wide range and small step size. The TPU 2000R can easily be set to operate based on the restraint curves of earlier electronic and electromechanical relay types. Protection. The TPU 2000R provides sensitive. microprocessor-based. and all harmonics through the 11th Three-phase overcurrent protection (time and instantaneous) per winding (51 P. harmonic restraint setting prevents false tripping on magnetizing in-rush and over-excitation. The user-selectable. 50 N. Separate pickup tap ranges and time current curves are available for phase and ground overcurrent elements. differential protection for internal phase and ground faults as well as time and instantaneous overcurrent protection. 50 P. three-phase differential current protection (87 T & 87 H) Three modes of harmonic restraint: 2nd. This allows continuity with the user’s past protective practices. FEATURES Standard Four (4) selectable percentage restraint characteristics Three (3) selectable harmonic restraint modes Ratio-matching taps. 150 P) Ground overcurrent protection (time and instantaneous) per winding (51 N. time overcurrent characteristic curves Five (5) instantaneous characteristic curves Three (3) optional user-programmable curves 6 Metering. 2nd and 5th.

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which can be set for local user functions or monitored and controlled by the SCADA system. one reverse. and negative sequence high-speed tripping Directional. and reverse overcurrent supervision Overcurrent supervision of distance units Directional or nondirectional (selectable). and Unblocking Separate and independent positive and zero sequence settings (impedance and angle) for each phase and ground zone Mho characteristics for multiphase faults Combination variable mho and/or quadrilateral characteristics for zone 1 ground protection (bullet characteristic) Loss of current monitoring with blocking and/or alarm logic Negative sequence fault detector for greater sensitivity to phase-to-phase faults Directional or nondirectional negative sequence inverse time overcurrent back-up Voltage functions Phase voltage element with an undervoltage setting threshold used in various logic and alarm functions Zero sequence voltage element (3 Vo) with an overvoltage threshold setting Loss of potential supervision with blocking and/or alarm logic Metering. forward. It offers new protection concepts. The REL 512 is a fully integrated. Advanced patented. Selectable reset time curve. medium-set. self-testing techniques reduce maintenance requirements. The protection package includes optional automatic reclosing and breaker failure functions. and Control Overcurrent functions Inverse time overcurrent for phase and ground. or time-dependent. Blocking.Protective Relays Transmission REL 512 ABB has combined advanced technology and protection expertise to provide a flexible and adaptive REL 500 Series platform design that meets a broad range of requirements. instantaneous. transmission line distance protection system and breaker control terminal. fault resistance. PUTT. ground. directional/nondirectional (selectable). phase and ground zones with independent timers for step distance and pilot protection schemes Complete. numerical. both pilot and non-pilot. The protection system is further enhanced with programmable I/O and logic. developing true one-cycle tripping and the most advanced functions and flexibility available to meet transmission line distance protection application requirements. Protection. and source impedance Selectable loss of load-accelerated trip for high-speed clearing of remote end zone faults Close into fault detection and tripping Inherent immunity to DC current and CVT zone 1 transient overreaching 6 376 . overcurrent units for high-speed pilot operation Operation One-cycle operation for overcurrent operations over 125% of high-set instantaneous setting and pilot and zone 1 operations within 80% of zone reach setting Accurate fault location method accounting for prefault load. high-set overcurrent phase. Directional. Setting constants emulate any curve including CO and IEC time curve characteristics. Selectable zone 2 controlled inverse time overcurrent function. STANDARD FEATURES Impedance measuring zones Four (4) forward. The REL 512 provides the complete protection package and opens the door to more creative approaches for addressing product protection and control needs. comprehensive pilot protection logic for POTT.

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Metering and fault locating functions are also included as standard features. originally developed to solve the relaying problems created by the use of series capacitors in transmission lines. FEATURES Standard Numerical processing (fully digital) Multiple microprocessor design Phase-comparison algorithm for each phase and ground Current change (∆I) detectors and selectable voltage change (∆V) detector Four (4) low-set overcurrent detectors for open breaker Four (4) high-set overcurrent units for direct trip Fault locator function Self-checking function Sampling techniques: • Seven (7) incoming analog waveforms • Twelve (12) samples per cycle High-speed operation Local target data availability Local man-machine interface (vacuum fluorescent display) 19-inch rack mounting. and Control 378 . phase-comparison transmission line protection system with optional distance back-up protection and oscillographic capability. This requires an INCOM Multi-Access Controller (IMAC™) to act as master controller.703 Interface 6 Metering.Protective Relays Transmission REL 350 REL 350 is a numerical (fully digital). ST connector. The REL 350 is applicable to any transmission line that requires high-speed relaying or independent pole operation. single-mode cable • Optional G. C2 conditioned telephone circuit or equivalent) • 56/64 kbps direct digital channel output • 56/64 kbps fiber optic 850 nm. 4 rack units high Loss of potential supervision Loss of current monitoring Reclose into fault detection 1 or 5 A current transformer operation 50 or 60 Hz operation Meets and/or exceeds ANSI/IEC standards Contact outputs for: • Breaker trip general start • Breaker failure initiate system failure alarm • Reclose initiate channel alarm • Reclose block trip alarm RS-232C Communications Port (RS-232 PONI) Continuous communication channel delay measurement Single 4 kHz channel operation (9600 bps audio tone option) Oscillographic data storage capability Protective Functions FT-14 test switches Zone 2 and 3 distance relay function-time delayed trip for phase faults Zone 2 and 3 distance relay or directional overcurrent function-time delayed trip for ground faults Dual power supply Single-pole trip function Direct transfer trip (56/84 kbps option) RS-232C Product Operated Interface (PONI). The REL 350 functionally replaces the present solid-state segregated phase comparison SPCU-1A relay system. segregated. which can be replaced with an Integrated Communications (INCOM®) PONI when networking is desired. Communications interface to: • 9600 bps audio tone output (requires a 3002. Protection. ST connector multimode cable • 56/64 kbps fiber optic 1300 nm.

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FEATURES Standard Numerical processing (fully digital) Multiple microprocessor design Phase-comparison protection algorithm Current change (∆I) detectors and selectable voltage change (∆V) detectors Four (4) high-set overcurrent units for direct trip Out-of-step trip and blocking Fault locator function Self-checking function Sampling techniques: • Seven (7) incoming analog waveforms • Twelve (12) samples per cycle High-speed operation Loss of potential supervision Loss of current monitoring Reclose into fault detection 1 or 5 A current transformer operation 50 or 60 Hz operation Contact outputs for: • Breaker trip • General start • Breaker failure initiate • Reclose initiate • Reclose block • System failure alarm • Channel alarm • Trip alarm RS-232C Communications Port PONI Adaptive communication channel delay measurement Oscillographic data storage Local man-machine interface 19-inch rack mounting. 2RB) Integrated Communications (INCOM) PONI when networking is desired RS-232C PONI with IRIG input port 6 Metering. An optional distance-type relaying system can be included to provide back-up for a loss of communication channel. and the relay will block the tripping. The phase-comparison protection is inherently immune to system swings. The REL 352 is a communication channel-dependent system optimized for operating with power line carrier equipment. numerical (fully digital). Protection. and Control 380 . Trip under OST conditions may be selected via a relay setting even when the channel is sound. Its principle operation makes it ideal for short lines and tapped lines with a power transformer where traditional distance protection fails.Protective Relays Transmission REL 352 The REL 352 relay is a high-speed. microprocessor-based. with optional distance back-up protection applicable to any voltage level. 6 BFI. phasecomparison transmission line protection system. The REL 352 is a dual. phase-comparison protection system. 4 rack units high Optional FT-14 test switches Distance back-up function Dual power supply Extended contact output (6 Trip. and the system is performing only phase-comparison. composite sequence filter.

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Protective Relays Transmission REL 356 The REL 356 provides high-speed. is used to bring in the remote terminal signal(s) for comparison to the local signal. and Control 382 . The channel flexibility built into the REL 356 allows application on lines up to 400 kilometers. The basic operation of the REL 356 relay system performs a true differential comparison of line current flowing through each terminal of the protected line. A pilot channel. 4 rack units high Optional FT-14 test switches Distance back-up function Dual power supply ITU (CCITT) G. Protection. FEATURES Standard Numerical processing (fully digital) Multiple microprocessor design Current differential protection algorithm Current change (∆I) detectors and selectable voltage change (∆V) detectors Direct transfer trip Four (4) high-set overcurrent units for direct trip Out-of-step trip and blocking Fault locator function Self-checking function Sampling techniques: • Seven (7) incoming analog waveforms • Twelve (12) samples per cycle High-speed operation Loss of potential supervision Loss of current monitoring Reclose into fault detection 1 or 5 A current transformer operation 50 or 60 Hz operation Contact outputs for: • Breaker trip • General start • Breaker failure initiate • Reclose initiate • Reclose block • System failure alarm • Channel alarm • Trip alarm RS-232C Communications Port PONI Adaptive communication channel delay measurement Oscillographic data storage Local man-machine interface 19-inch rack mounting. The REL 356 is suitable for any system voltage from subtransmission through UHV. 6 BFI. such as the type of line used from generator to switchyard.703 interface Extended contact output (6 Trip. current differential protection for long and short lines. It is particularly suitable for lines too short to be protected by impedance measuring systems. 2 RB) RS-232C PONI Integrated Communications (INCOM) PONI when networking is desired RS-232C PONI with IRIG input port 6 Metering. either fiber optic or audio tone.

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The DPU 2000R Version 5. The DPU 1500R includes all the basic requirements for feeder protection but does not have the full-feature set of the DPU 2000R. the following protection is provided: Phase-time overcurrent protection (51 P) Phase-instantaneous overcurrent protection (50 P-1.and ground-directional overcurrent protection (67 P. The DPU 1500R is similar in size and appearance to the DPU 2000R. MODBUS. 81 R) Undervoltage and overvoltage control and alarm (27/59 and new 59-3) New four-zone step distance (21) Negative sequence voltage protection (47) Optional.0. The 64 cycles-per-phase oscillographic record analyzer and event log provide detailed system disturbance data. The DPU 2000R offers unique protective. DPU 2000R The Distribution Protection Unit 2000R (DPU 2000R) is an advanced. Front and rear communication ports for simultaneous local and remote access Programmable logic inputs and outputs with time delays Test mode allows logic monitoring of the unit’s functions. monitoring.Protective Relays Distribution DPU 1500R. sensitive-earth fault function for systems with all line-to-line connected loads Elements not needed for a particular application are easily disabled in the settings process. Windows-based WinECP configuration software Protective Functions In each setting group (Primary. including an expanded Operator Control Interface and new relay functions. Protection is user-selectable to be based on RMS or fundamental values. Event records and logs are not lost by resetting of targets.0 was released in Spring 2001 and includes major enhancements. microprocessor-based distribution unit for protecting electrical distribution systems. 67 N) Two (2) frequency-shed and optional-restore sequences with undervoltage block (81 S. and programmable control features for expanding the protective limits normally provided by multiple single-function devices. Three groups of setting tables allow for online switching between groups for adaptive relaying techniques. Advanced communication features allow easy integration into substation automation schemes. Isolated communication ports provide superior remote communications. FEATURES Standard Models with ANSI or IEC nomenclature and time overcurrent characteristic curves provide greater flexibility. Protection. and Control 384 . metering. Optional user-programmable curves accommodate special coordination requirements. MODBUS Plus. and UCA) Two choices of Operator Control Interface (standard and enhanced) Calendar clock keeps time even during power-down. The accurate metering on the DPU 2000R can replace separate meters and reduce wiring on panels. Multiple communication protocols support (DNP 3. 50 N-2. 50 N-3) Negative sequence overcurrent protection (46) Phase. 50 P-3) Ground overcurrent protection (51 N) Ground-instantaneous overcurrent protection (50 N-1. making it a more economical solution in many applications. and Alternate 2). 6 Metering. 50 P-2. Alternate 1.

15 (4) 17.00 (25.com.8) 1.00 (229.49 (37. 385 ABB .Manufactured at OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES New enhanced Operator Control Interface: • Six (6) user-programmable control buttons • 22 user-programmable LEDs for targets and alarms • Six (6) menu push buttons • New larger Liquid Crystal Display • Push button controls for the circuit breaker • Recloser controls Great for breaker and recloser control retrofit applications ABB Inc.22 (132.12 (434. Allentown.88 (479.abb. Refer to factory for panel cutout dimensions.375 (187.8) 7. PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs.4) .3) 9.2 (15) 1. For more information.625 (42) Top View Note: Bezel and cover assembly available for panel mounting applications.0) 1. 18.25 (57.6) 2.2) Front View .6) 5. FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620 APPLICATIONS All medium-voltage feeder protection application Subtransmission line protection with non-pilot step distance Breaker reclosing with or without synchrocheck Applications requiring full metering SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.

and frequency metering package with kWhr. 6 Metering. The dual-phase time overcurrent elements allow the user to design a composite curve. Other voltages such as 110 V or 100 V nominal are also suitable and easily accommodated. motor protection applications provide locked-rotor and overload protection. and power factor Demand values Fault recording Event capture Standard LCD display and full-function keypad Draw-out unit and CT shorting Meets all applicable ANSI C37. FEATURES Standard All DC-voltages are supported and can also be AC-powered (with optional module).90 and IEC 255 standards UL recognition and CE mark pending Configured with Windows-based WinECP (same tool as used for DPU 1500Rs.Protective Relays Distribution MSOC—MICROSHIELD O/C The MICROSHIELD O/C (MSOC) relay is an advanced microprocessor-based unit designed to provide high value three-phase and ground overcurrent protection and optional circuit breaker auto-reclosing. and Control 386 . metering. voltage. kvarhr. for example. transformers. power. line back-up protection. Complete current. A summary of the elements are as follows: Three-phase time overcurrent elements (51 P. motor overcurrent protection. Its applications can include distribution feeder protection. and ground-time instantaneous overcurrent protection Selection of ANSI or IEC time curves The MSOC contains the protective elements necessary for medium-voltage circuit overcurrent protection. The MSOC relay provides monitoring. and transformer overcurrent protection. 51 LT) Ground-time overcurrent protection (51 N) Phase-instantaneous overcurrent protection (50 P) Ground-instantaneous overcurrent protection (50 N) ANSI trip and reset times conform to IEEE C37. Optional front RS-232 and rear RS-485 communication ports Resident communication protocols include MODBUS and ASCII. DPU 2000Rs. motor protection and others.112. and TPU 2000Rs) Protective Functions Fully featured. Protection. ANSI or IEC time overcurrent curves Provides RMS response Programmable input and output contacts Optional four-shot recloser Small size and available bezel kits easily retrofit electromechanical and solid-state relays. three-phase. and fault recording as well as protection. The MSOC relay can be applied with voltage transformers (VTs) connected for operation at 69 or 120 V AC phase-to-ground (Wye) or at 120 V or 208 V AC phase-to-phase (Open-∆). line protection back-up. Applications include distribution feeders.

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it is imperative to find and repair the first ground fault prior to having a second if interruption of the manufacturing process is to be avoided. Some processes. They can immediately notify the electrical maintenance group of the condition. On the occurrence of a ground fault the GFLS unit will immediately identify the faulted feeder and. when feasible. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Optional Remote Ground Fault Indicators The RGFI device is an optional unit for installation at the various utilization equipment connected to a feeder or branch circuit. and Control 388 . three-phase. In these systems. The GFLS is a solution to this long-standing problem for plant electrical engineering and maintenance personnel. The LED’s on the indicator unit will give an eye-catching visual signal to process operating personnel that a ground fault exists in the electrical equipment at that work station. low-voltage power distribution systems are widely used in industries where the continuous operation of a process is a critical factor. STANDARD FEATURES Reduces search time from hours to minutes Intended for ungrounded or high-resistance grounded. will give a distance to fault estimate. These remote units are self-powered from the signal injected on the faulted phase by the main GFLS cabinet. have multiple operations of very short duration. The GFLS has the capability to detect and locate an intermittent fault that is only 8 cycles in duration. It consists of a small window current transformer (ct) and an indicator unit. 480 V industrial distribution systems with looped and/or radial feeders Maximizes production through-put by supporting continuous operation of the manufacturing process Maintains the quality of the manufacturing process and end-product Promotes safer operation of the plant electrical system Improves labor efficiency in locating and repairing ground faults Generates fault records to help with the analysis and correction of recurring electrical system ground fault problems Transmits fault data to the plant electrical engineer via a communications port UL recognized per industrial control equipment standard UL508 APPLICATIONS Identification of permanent or transient ground faults in industrial ungrounded or high-resistance grounded electrical systems. 6 Metering. Protection.Protective Relays Other Protective Relays Ground Fault Locating System (GFLS) Ungrounded and high-resistance grounded. such as spot welding.

01 (432) 0.06 (992) ENCLOSURE IS A HOFFMAN C-SD363016 COMM.41 (10.94 (23..9 (22. 389 ABB .abb.44) 0.0 (889.58 (40.4) DIA.00 (914) 37.4 (86. FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620 GFLS Panel and Remote Ground Fault Indicator 0.88) 1.50 (724) 0. MOUNTING HOLES STATUS INDICATORS 17.00 (406) 0.4) DIA. PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs. MOUNTING HOLES 3.0) 0.00 (762) 28.75 (19) DOOR LATCHES MOUNTING EARS ARE HOFFMAN C-MFK LOCKS AVAILABLE FROM HOFFMAN DIMENSIONS ARE INCHES (MM) FRONT VIEW RIGHT SIDE VIEW WEIGHT IS 175 LB.31 (33.Manufactured at SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).3) 35.41 (10.01) 1 5/16 –12 THREAD LED INDICATORS 2.7) THICK 2.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Allentown.56 (954) 39.32) 1. ABB Inc.3) DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MM) NUT INCLUDED 30.75 (19) 16.80 (20) 36. 80 KG For more information.73 (69.1 (53. PORT HINGE SIDE MOUNTING EARS 0.

Allentown. and Control Solid State Single-phase and three-phase models Low burden Easy to set UL listed models High seismic rating Nuclear class 1E qualified models Solid-State 6 390 . ABB Inc. PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs. solid-state protective relays primarily for medium-voltage applications. STANDARD FEATURES Electromechanical High dependability Long life Flexitest™ drawout case construction Transmission protection Distribution protection UL listed models Nuclear class 1E qualified models Electromechanical Metering. FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620 Solid State ABB offers the industry’s broadest range of single-function.Protective Relays Manufactured at Electromechanical and Solid State Electromechanical ABB continues to support its extensive product line of traditional electromechanical relays. Protection.

ABB can supply total turnkey services for new construction. The inspection team is responsible for equipment verification per the bill of materials.abb. maintenance. calibration. Regular and proper maintenance provides security from false operation and ensures fast operation when required. PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs.They verify fuse ratings and test CTs. inspection team and electrical team responsibilities are well-defined. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. settings. Included are interface relays with communications and input/ output devices to upgrade performance. Maintenance Provided for existing relays and communications at substations. Installation and Commissioning Provided for new relays and relay system communications and associated equipment (Turnkey projects).21 and C37. and checklist forms are provided. ABB offers maintenance schedules and test reports on all manufacturers’ equipment.com. and wire terminations. Trip checks. the relaying is ready for inservice testing. per ANSI C37. The For more information. ABB uses separate teams for installation and commissioning jobs. Four principal areas are supported by extensive experience in construction and application. retrofit. wire gauge. ABB performs a system ringout utilizing wiring diagrams. Technical Training One. The experience level of ABB’s electrical team assures ultimate system performance. PTs. Functional testing is performed electrically and manually to assure proper operation of all components. and operate relays are performed to initiate annunciator and alarm circuits. ABB utilizes modern test equipment from several manufacturers and can supply maintenance procedures and field test reports for use on standard forms. Allentown. The training covers application. FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620 FEATURES Installation and Commissioning New relay equipment installations require a complete and thorough checklist. and associated equipment per manufacturers’ specifications. testing. terminal block identification. and calibration. and test equipment setups. After satisfactorily completing all tests. ABB’s project engineers can design and specify the complete installation. In all cases.Manufactured at Protective Relay Services ABB offers engineering and technical support specializing in every aspect of system protection. Each piece of equipment is tested and calibrated per the National Bureau of Standards on a regular basis to ensure accuracy. if required. Errors are corrected and any changes to the wiring are reflected on customer drawings. On-site services determine the most cost-effective solution for the customer’s relaying application. Retrofit Obsolete and high-maintenance relays with new microprocessor relays using existing panels. power plants. wire identification.or two-day technical training on product-specific relays and communication. The final job is dielectric testing of the panels. Test Equipment and Procedures ABB provides its own test equipment for use on the job site. The electrical team performs acceptance tests and calibration on all relays per the instruction book and records the information on a relay test form. and a complete checklist is submitted. 391 ABB . reclose sequences. and upgrades of existing facilities.90. ABB personnel can follow procedures provided by the customer or supply procedures with ABB instruction. ABB Inc. and industrial sites. discrepancies are documented.

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report generation. Where low bandwidths would normally cause delays. ABB is a Data Solution Provider parsing data to the application’s and user’s needs.0. and other computer systems through direct protocols including OPC Server and Client. Small or large systems have similar high-performance statistics. Display tasks are capable of accessing multiple I/O Servers to compile a custom display for the user. Data between computers is transmitted via standard local area network (LAN) infrastructure. and error-free operator usage of the system. usually field changes are seen at the I/O Server and Clients in seconds. The PowerRichSystem is capable of communicating to multi-vendor intelligent electronic device (IED) units. standardized quick meters. For more information. Unique features—Matrix security allows exact definitions of permissions with the option of overlap of access rights between individual users or user groups. and system expansions without the need for changing existing hardware. Connectivity—More than 170 protocols are built in the system. This architecture allows for a variety of system designs rather than locking into one method.abb. and data display. Performance—The PowerRichSystem uses dynamic optimization to maximize system performance. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. preserving the initial investment. extreme scalability. Unsolicited messaging is supported in DNP 3. multi-vendor RTU. STANDARD FEATURES Distributed Scalable Architecture—The PowerRichSystem is a distributed Client-Server architecture based on a task server structure. Basic tasks are data input and output (I/O). The system uses Logical Transparent Data Access (Single Global Database) with “unlimited” data point on any I/O Server. The distributed. standardized full metered value device displays with built-in custom grouped trend buttons. This is a feature commonly missing in strictly hierarchical security systems.com. unsolicited messaging realizes high efficiency event and alarm annunciation. 393 ABB . alarm handling. Ease of Use—Designed into the PowerRichSystem interface is a fixed HEADER on every page. We manufacture a state-of-the-art power control and monitoring system integrated with protection devices and switchgear apparatus. This architecture allows the system to grow with expanded requirements.Special Feature Power RichSystem© Better information enables better decisions. trend recording. This approach to data acquisition and transmission allows efficient network use. The PowerRichSystem integrates power and other utility related information online into a single system. scalable architecture allows engineering and implementation of almost any size power monitoring system.

Satellite. and cable connectivity. outdoor breakers and reclosers. In addition. and Display). fire panel annunciation. the user simply selects the desired device(s) to be added. Display/Manager Client software is available anytime with or after installation. FL +407-732-2000 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES PRS-ACT (Automatic Configuration Tool) provides the user with one easy. Data Path. wireless. Redundancy Built-in redundancy is selectable to protect critical parts of the system and can be integrated anytime into the system design. This module works with transformers. breakers. quick step to expand the PowerRichSystem databases and screens for supplied library objects. network-based with complete LAN/WAN. The Secondary Server takes over when the Primary is absent and restores all data to the Primary upon re-activation. 6 394 . Preventive Maintenance module provides for maintenance alarms from user-defined calendar periods. Full LAN. Trends. Multiple people and workday configurations are user-definable. Report generators inform graphically about power consumption and other system metrics. ABB has the expertise of experienced engineers and technicians working as a team to help build the optimum system for your power distribution needs. All five levels of redundancy are supported: I/O Device. System HELP has built in view/edit capability from within the help.Task ( I/O. and fault events. A Display Client provides all I/O Server functionality via network connection while the Manager Client is “READ ONLY” via the network. Full use of the Secondary is available at all times. configuration. Fiber Optic. ABB integrates power distribution products and services to produce the best solution economically.Power Monitoring and Control Special Feature Power RichSystem© SPECIFICATIONS System Information The PowerRichSystem is Windows NT/2000. Alarm Callout module provides for extensive database interaction of alarms and the desired user assigned for the selected alarm. From switchgear to control system and from system planning to start-up support. and full PC redundancy. and Control APPLICATIONS The PowerRichSystem is used in all power applications with utilities and industrial sites. the system expands to cover other applications like water. Turnkey Installation is available when requested by the customer to provide onestop responsibility for the Power SCADA system design. Either are available for use over the Internet as well as for Internet Browse Clients. Reports filter data according to user requirements and can even include cost information. building automation. All database tags and screens are built in seconds. Protection. security annunciation. event operations. Metering. and other devices that accumulate operation data. Internet. Lake Mary. The primary market is for switchgear. A direct link to most common databases or facilities management systems is optionally available. and other applications that start with power monitoring. steam. and installation with commissioning. Sourced through ABB Inc. Report. wastewater. Alarms. and the system comes with a built-in and updatable knowledge base with graphical “How-to” details. and transformers monitor and control that is covered in Substation Automation and Distribution Automation.

PRICOM systems can be configured with Ethernet and RS-232/RS-485 serial ports as needed. The plots can be expanded or compressed.com. real and reactive power) • Real-Time Status Values (breaker status. Alt 1. such as waveform capture. Databases—Field devices report by exception to the real-time database. STANDARD FEATURES Connections—PRICOM systems are delivered with a server that can be configured to communicate on multiple communications networks simultaneously. In addition to Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs). contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and Control system that is primarily designed to automate electrical substation equipment in a true multi-tasking. voltage. the system is capable of communicating with Remote Terminal Units (RTUs). the following data from a DPU-2000R relay is available for display. The system conforms to the X Windows® Graphical User Interface (GUI) specifications using Motif window management. The PRICOM database is designed to capture and display ALL data available from the connected IED. Alt 2 settings) (read. and other devices. and the time axis may be shifted. For example. Any parameter in the real-time or historian database can be plotted and displayed in multiple simultaneous plots. all targets) • Protective Settings (Primary. multi-user. Communication. A value marker can be positioned by the pointing device anywhere on the plot curve to display the actual numerical value of the data at that point. save) • Fault and Operations Records • Min-Max and Load Profile Data • Oscillography Real-time parameters can be time-stamped with a time resolution of up to 1 millisecond. 395 ABB . UNIX®/LINUX® environment. PRICOM can process high-speed data acquisition. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). It complies with all applicable IEEE and IEC specifications for automation systems. The actual accuracy depends on the device that generates the data. such as microprocessor-based relays. For more information. and applications software such as a word processor or spreadsheet can be incorporated into the system. using a different communications protocol on each network.PRICOM™ PRICOM is a Power Information. if necessary. The system can be configured so that each parameter in the realtime database can be individually configured to also be written to a historian database for long-term retention. control. The historian database can be periodically downloaded to longer-term storage devices (magnetic tape or optical disk) as necessary. meters. and other operations: • Real-Time Analog Values (per phase and total current. and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. Users can make a remote connection to the systems using X-Windows technology to access data and displays that are resident on the local server. save) • User Logical Inputs and Outputs (read. Multiple users on the various ports can access the system simultaneously. modify. as well as upload data from remote terminals with time stamps. modify. All required networking software is included.abb. Additional platforms connected to the Ethernet can also log into the Host Server. The system can accept and respond to SQL queries from other DCS platforms over the Ethernet connection using TCP/IP.

All operations are conducted via the pointing device (mouse). and (4) verify the operation. In the PRICOM-CE and PRICOM-SE systems. supervisory control activities. records. The alarms are tracked in a queue containing all alarms in the system. while continuing to operate the PRICOM application. Depending on the tag type.The server updates the real-time database on an exception basis and detects. etc. user-defined parameter set points. PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs. The operating system enforces data integrity and security access through password entry protection. PRICOM can send commands to IEDs connected to the communications networks. Multiple tags can be applied to a device. Separate utilities are provided to export any selected data to another computer for further analysis or to run applications such as a word processor or spreadsheet. this is indicated on the device in the overview display. Essential summary data is indicated. The user displays are clear and concise. (3) command the operation. indicate the name of the tag holder and the purpose for the tag.) A simple “click” on a breaker position expands that portion of the display to allow operations such as trip or close of the breaker or disconnects. Utilities—The PRICOM systems include configuration utilities to allow the user to reconfigure or modify the system displays and database to account for changes in the monitored and controlled equipment. most features and capabilities of an IED are supported with the exception of access to and the ability to edit protective device settings. Four priorities of alarms can be defined. Protection and Control 396 . such as breaker and disconnect status. Each IED that is implemented in the PRICOM system may be accessed by a menu screen that is specific to that device.Power Monitoring and Control/Distributed Control Systems Manufactured at PRICOM™ ABB Inc. FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620 STANDARD FEATURES (continued) Operations—The operations of the PRICOM system is intuitive to the user. The commands take precedence over the scan process and are immediately sent to the device. and use of system configuration utilities. The “top” display provides a quick status overview of the entire substation via a single-line diagram. Allentown. and miscellaneous points (recloser. a message database file keeps a chronological record of all alarm-related events each day. Of course. Security—PRICOM systems provide multiple levels of security. and data and time. The multi-tasking capability of the system allows continuous scanning of the power system parameters. Typical commands are a multi-step process: (1) select the command. and tracks alarm conditions as they occur. an applied tag will disable control to the tagged device. In addition. regardless of what other operations are being conducted by the simultaneous users of the system. Alarms can be acknowledged individually or all at one time. This database can be viewed or printed as needed. ground relay status. The PRICOM system also tracks all events via a message database. power system variables. alarm acknowledgments. All such events can be configured to be retained in the message database on an individual basis. and the screen displays lead the user to the information that is desired. the user attempting to send commands must be authorized by the security level of the login. 6 Metering. changing recloser or ground relay status. Events include such activities as setting changes. (2) verify the unit identification (usually a password-protected step). Operator notes are completely free-form and can be added and deleted at will to convey special information regarding a device. security violation attempts. Most features and capabilities of the device are accessible from the menu screen in the PRICOM-UE system. adding tags or operator notes and an additional expandable window into more real-time and historical data. The tagging function includes the ability to assign different priority tags. user login and logout.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 397 ABB . PA +724-295-6000 APPLICATIONS Turbine Control • Utility Steam Turbine • Utility Auxiliary Steam Turbine • Combustion Turbine • Industrial Steam Turbine Ancillary Systems • Vibration Monitoring • Condition Monitoring • Mechanical Governor to EHC Conversions FEATURES Triple Redundant Overspeed Protection Completely Integrated with ABB DCS System Control Systems available for all Major Turbine Manufacturers Automatic Valve Calibration.abb.com. including Utility Steam. ABB Inc. manufactures. and installs integrated plant specific Turbine Control and Conditioning Monitoring Systems for all types of turbines. The Control System is based on ABB’s DCS Hardware Platform. Boiler Feedpump. The systems include control from turning gear to full load in either manual or full automatic mode. Natrona Heights. both onand off-line Unit Master Connectivity Sophisticated On-line Diagnostics OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Turnkey Installation Services Electronic Documentation and Training Packages Turbine Condition Audits Rotor Stress For more information. and Aero-Derivative Combustion Turbines. Heavy Frame Combustion Turbine.Turbine Control and Automation System Turbine Control and Condition Monitoring Systems ABB designs.

manufactures. combined cycle. The systems include automation from fuel handling to switchyard with all subsystems in between. OH +440-585-8484 APPLICATIONS Boiler Control • Combustion • Feedwater • Steam Temperature Burner Management • Single Burner—Oil/Gas • Multiple Burner—Oil.Distributed Control Systems Power Plant Controls and Automation System Symphony DCS ABB designs. or Coal Data Acquisition Systems Power Plant Simulators Turbine Control • Steam Turbine Control • Gas Turbine Control • High-Pressure Hydraulics • Rotor Stress Analysis • Vibration Analysis Auxiliary Controls • Coal Handling • Ash Handling • Sootblowing • Switchyard Controls • Flue Gas Desulferization • Bag House • Motor OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Instrumentation/Monitors/Analyzers • Transmitters • Carbon In Ash Monitor • Drives • Valves Flame Scanners Software Packages • Optimax® Performance Monitoring • Optimax® Boiler Cleanliness • Combustion Optimization • Revenue and Cost Manager • NOX Trol™ 6 Metering. or coal plants. Protection. and coal gasification units. gas. plant specific control and optimization systems for all types of power plants. Gas. Wickliffe. and installs integrated. ABB Inc. including conventional oil. fluidized beds. and Control 398 .

and maintenance. Maintenance Management. combined sewer overflows. installation supervision. OH +440-585-6728 W World Wide Web/Internet W Corporate Enterprise Network b Server/Firewall InformIT Redundant Data Historian Pr OperateIT OperateIT (RTDS) al-Time EngineerIT Engineering Client/Server P T1 Line or Ethernet Radio to Other Plants Plant Ethernet Network Operate (RTDS) s Thir Radio U TUs Pr Remote OperateIT Clients d Party RTUs 800C RTUs Control Control 800 ocess Control Unit ocess Control Unit RTU Profibus.com. and Network Management. configuration. HART. ABB Inc. water distribution networks. and installs integrated. start-up. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. They continue through the full range of higher-level management and advanced control functions. including Historian. Symphony. Fieldbus. and serial interfaces for a variety of protocols APPLICATIONS Pressure Regulation Valve Positioning Flow Measurement and Control Level Measurement and Control Overflow Monitoring Pump Control Leak Detection Alarm Reporting Power Consumption Modeling Filter Rate of Flow Control and Backwash Control Chemical Pacing and Control DO Control RAS and WAS Control And many others FEATURES A comprehensive set of professional services complements ABB’s delivery of integrated solutions for strategic enterprise management. The systems include automation from influent to effluent with all subsystems in between as well as automation and monitoring of collection and distribution systems. advanced control. installation. 399 ABB . Our IndustrialIT-enhanced systems are characterized by a modular. and SCADA Systems ABB designs. and training. beginning with robust. manufactures.Water and Wastewater Plant Control and Automation System IndustrialIT. base-level regulatory and sequence control. Production Management. wastewater secondary and tertiary treatment plants. Wickliffe. Additional services are available for software integration. Simulation. process simulation. including water filtration plants. consulting. IndustrialIT-enhanced enterprise solutions provide a multi-layered span of control. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Field and Analog Instrumentation Systems Drives For more information. and wastewater collection networks. These services include network design. system integration.abb. expandable DCS/PLC architecture that is equipped with a fully integrated set of decision making tools. plant specific control and monitoring systems for all types of water and wastewater plants.

ProduceIT. simulation. non-traditional DCS functional areas. Composer Series System Engineering Tools— An integrated suite of engineering and maintenance tools designed to support the complete automation project. regulatory. The integration of these powerful features is achieved through SYMPHONY’s integrated “plant-centric” architecture. SYMPHONY’s essential security and proven availability at the control level are integrated with enterprise network strategies for total enterprise communication. and interplant controls. OH +440-585-8500 OperateIT/Conductor Series Human System Interfaces—A range of console products for accessing and viewing data from multiple operating environments. and maintenance across the entire enterprise. configuration. from process control and I/O to plant and enterprise information. the SYMPHONY architecture provides a scalable communications fabric that spans and integrates loop. base-level regulatory and sequence control. and sequence control services and I/O interfaces. unit. commissioning. Scalability—The scalable SYMPHONY architecture allows for easy integration of ABB IndustrialIT components. such as EngineerIT and ControlIT. application. IndustrialIT Plant Optimization and Management Solutions—A powerful suite of products and services for plant management and control focused on increasing asset utilization and optimizing management of plant capacity. real-time networking. IndustrialIT with SYMPHONY dramatically improves enterprise-wide productivity through four powerful. including planning and data acquisition. such as field device management and PLC controls. enterprise-wide architecture that supports a seamless communications fabric to every level of control—from field I/O to plant-wide and multi-plant systems. ABB Inc. configuration management. and Control FEATURES Versatile Enterprise Spanning Architecture— Making real-time business decisions to prevent or limit process upsets requires a consistent infrastructure for data. Solutions continue through the full range of higher level management and advanced control functions to include: Production management. plant. operations. Embodied in the principles of open. maintenance management. library management. and OptimizeIT. integrated classes of products: Harmony Series Area Management and Control Products—A comprehensive set of traditional process. and professional service needs of total enterprise management and control. Metering. and operation. 6 400 . Protection. In addition. Wickliffe.Distributed Control Systems Manufactured at Symphony—Enhanced with IndustrialIT ABB’s IndustrialIT with SYMPHONY solutions reach beyond the traditional boundaries of distributed control systems to support the platform. but flexible. and network management. SYMPHONY architecture delivers on the IndustrialIT mission by employing an open. area. InformIT. SYMPHONY’s multi-tiered span of control provides a secure foundation with robust. such as OperateIT. simply “plug-and-produce” in the SYMPHONY architecture via other ABB IndustrialIT components. historian.

they allow configuration information to be accessed. created. Wickliffe. Planned integration with other components of ABB’s EngineerIT suite will allow Composer tools to further enhance design and maintenance efficiencies throughout the enterprise. The working environment of Composer for Harmony simplifies the configuration and maintenance of SYMPHONY systems by providing a standard Microsoft® Windows environment. Composer’s integrated explorer presents a single. ABB has designed a comprehensive suite of Composer Series tools. unified view of the SYMPHONY system architecture and allows the appropriate tool for each system element to be invoked directly from that element. 401 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Manufactured at ABB Inc. The Composer Series tools provide two key features for system configuration. OH +440-585-8500 For more information. while maintaining compatibility with SYMPHONY and INFI 90 OPEN systems. eliminates the duplication of data entry and automates the configuration of many interrelated tasks. or project-wide database. By utilizing a multiuser client/server architecture. Composer also provides complete system documentation of the “as-installed” and “commissioned” systems. and HSI graphics. which enables the user to easily explore the current system configuration and configure new elements.abb.com. and modified simultaneously by different users. The use of a common system. global configuration databases. The Composer tools provide a visual environment for easy configuration of control system strategies. the Composer Series was designed to integrate with ABB’s IndustrialIT products.The tools also manage system libraries of reusable software components. Consistent with ABB’s commitment to Evolution through Enhancement.System Engineering Tools Composer Series Engineering Tools To ensure that the SYMPHONY system can be efficiently configured and maintained.

fault mitigation. OH +440-585-8500 including graphical user interface. storage and analysis tools. and Control FEATURES Aspect Views OperateIT provides all of the traditional human system interface functionality. or technical specifications. trending. AC800F with ControlIT. Providing the versatility needed to meet ever changing operational and process needs. Wickliffe. and efficient engineering.Distributed Control Systems Human System Interface Conductor Series/OperateIT Conductor Series Conductor provides an incremental series of platforms for HSI that complement the inherent functionality of the control system with the basic suite of operator-directed features and functions. the plant. Metering. OperateIT supports custom navigational toolbars and user profiles for defining appropriate workspace behavior.They provide system users with expanded dynamic access to all plant-wide or enterprise-wide information through open system connectivity. These versatile features and functions are ergonomically designed to facilitate process monitoring. and reporting. and optimization. A managed Windows workplace within a web browser environment supports its users with intuitive navigation and compatible integration with other ABB and third party web-enabled applications. As part of an open system. OperateIT Process Portal OperateIT is a feature rich. The flexibility and consistency of using a common HSI for IndustrialIT and other ABB systems provides a unified interface for all users. Through the use of ABB’s unique Aspect Object™ technology. and Advant/MOD. process signal data. or aspects. Contronic P. such as a valve. process data collection. OperateIT provides integrated information access and sharing. Freelance 2000. Manufactured at ABB Inc. pump. a comprehensive historian. faceplate and tuning displays. web-enabled HSI designed as a native Windows-based product. belonging to those objects is structured in functional windows called aspect views. and the entire enterprise. They offer more than just a way for operators to interact with machines. Protection. 6 402 . Examples of aspects are historical data. and an advanced reporting package. such as event and alarm management. All information. an advanced alarm management system. Supported systems include Harmony. Melody. INFI 90 OPEN. or actual batch. intuitive navigation. OperateIT supports the full spectrum of plant and enterprise personnel needs. custom graphic displays. control. OperateIT embraces OPC™ to provide a standard interface method with third party devices and incorporates OPC client and OPC server connectivity. allowing users to efficiently access and monitor information flow through the control system. but also process units or combinations of hardware units. An Aspect Object represents a physical or logical part of the automation installation. the process.

complement the Harmony family of products. Harmony I/O. “function code” implementation. SYMPHONY’S control products support ABB’s Evolution through Enhancement strategy by providing backward compatibility with Bailey Network 90. including continuous. 403 ABB . such as turbine control and fieldbus. batch. and INFI 90 OPEN systems and can execute all multifunction processor (MFP) operations. coupled with modular scalability. and even multi-variable control. Manufactured at ABB Inc. when used for non-traditional DCS plant control applications. Data exchange between these areas of control is facilitated at both the controller and human system interface (HSI) levels. sequential. communication couplers. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. I/O Interfaces Symphony/Harmony Area Management and Control Products The Harmony product series consists of a family of process controllers. such as AC800 for motor controls and remote terminal unit (RTU) operations. Redundant I/O. provide a wide variety of input/output and signal conditioning capability. Harmony Controllers support batch language. at the channel level.abb. INFI 90.com. These functions provide the power to easily design complex control strategies to fit any control application. OH +440-585-8500 For more information. Modular I/O packaging options and highspeed field communications allow for remote I/O distances in excess of 2KM. make the Harmony family a powerful and versatile performer. Harmony Controllers feature an extensive library of over 240 pre-defined. advanced control algorithms and user-definable functions. the multifaceted Harmony Controllers communicate simultaneously with numerous field communication protocols.Controllers. and I/O interfaces. Wickliffe.“C” programming. redundant power and redundant communications provide the highest level of I/O availability in the DCS industry. Also. Available in both rack and block packaging. the addition of IndustrialIT components. available in rack and remote form factor options. ranging from standard analog and digital I/O to specialty I/O. 32-bit processing.

real-time monitoring of continuous and batch processes. petrochemicals. multi-stream. The rugged and reliable Questor IV is designed for use in virtually any environment. pharmaceuticals. FT-NIR analyzer. All interfacing components are standard throughout the system. It is designed for remote. plastics. and other industries. polymers. The Networkir uses the near-infrared spectrum to analyze organic compounds that are common to these user industries. 6 404 . Protection. The Networkir can be used for end-point determination as well as for continuous process optimization in refining. Available analyzer modules are listed below: Infrared Analyzer Module Uras 14 Oxygen Analyzer Module Magnos 16/17 Thermal Conductivity Analyzer Module Caldos 15/17 Photometer Limas 11-UV Flame Ionization Detector Multi-FID Networkir™ The Networkir is a multi-point. The Questor GP (General Purpose) is designed for use in non-hazardous environments. foods. on-line. All Advance Optima modules have the same mechanical and electrical interfaces and plug directly into the control unit’s standard housing.Gas Analyzers Process Analytics The Advance Optima System The Advance Optima System is built around a single system control unit. chemicals. and Control Questor IV™ and Questor GP Process Mass Spectrometers Questor IV and Questor GP Industrial Process Mass Spectrometers are designed for real-time monitoring and control of many petrochemical and industrial processes. Metering. This single control unit may be combined with one of several analyzer modules. These low-maintenance mass spectrometers provide fast and accurate gas analysis from percent levels to parts per billion.

By adding up to eight filters to the photometer’s filter wheel. more measurement solutions can be achieved. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. The use of multiple wavelengths enables the Multiwave to compensate for numerous interferences and perform multiple component applications. 2000 TC/FID/FPD Standard GC 2001 SFC Chromatograph 2002 Process Distillation 2003 & 2004 PNA/PINA 2005 Temperature Program 2007 Fuel Sulfur 2008 Olefins Vista Model 4100 On-Line RVP Analyzer The Vista Model 4100 analyzer offers accurate measurement of Reid Vapor Pressure throughout the gasoline range of 0-20 psia. reliable. Requires no calibration Simple single-cell design—virtually maintenance-free Validates every analysis via self-diagnostics Small. safety. No other company offers the versatility and broad capability of the Vista II Chromatograph product line.com. catalyst protection. ABB Analytical has set a new standard for ease of use. The Vista II also raises process gas chromatography technical standards with a more compact size. superior connectivity.Vista II Multiwave™ Process Photometers Vista II Multiwave Process Photometers are designed to provide on-line measurement of gas or liquid components— in simple or complex process streams—for process control. and area monitoring. 405 ABB . compact design that requires minimal operator interface and minimal maintenance.abb. and reliability. Vista II Process Gas Chromatograph With the Vista II Process GC. improved serviceability. product quality assurance. The model 4100 offers a simple. and digital analytical control. compact design Minimal operator interface For more information. quality.

ABB Inc. Model 4214 Flash Point Analyzer The Model 4214 Flash Point Analyzer correlates with the ASTM D56 and ASTM D93 laboratory flash point methods. and gasoline. the Vista II Model 2007 Fuel Sulfur Analyzer provides a field-proven on-line method of measuring total sulfur in fuels as low as 100 ppb.Gas Analyzers Process Analytics Manufactured at Vista II Model 2007 Fuel Sulfur Analyzer Utilizing our field-proven Flame Photometric Detector (FPD). Model 4211 Cloud Point Analyzer The Model 4211 Cloud Point Analyzer correlates with the ASTM D2500 laboratory cloud point method. Canada +418-877-2944 Advance FTIR With over 140 units installed in refineries and chemical plants worldwide. The Model 4211 has an optical bench that detects polarized light when wax crystals are present in the sample. diesel oil. you can meet the ever more demanding standards for reduced sulfur in fuels. Lewisburg. Transferable calibrations between analyzers Model 4210 Freezing Point Analyzer Metering. and Control The Model 4210 Freezing Point Analyzer correlates with the ASTM D2386 Lab Method for the measurement of the freezing point of diesel and aviation fuels. the Advance FTIR is a commercially proven process analyzer. while optimizing refining processes and your margins. PA +412-963-7530 Quebec. The advance FTIR is the on-line solution for both the chemical and hydrocarbon processing industries. WV +304-647-4358 Pittsburgh. Model 4212 Pour Point Analyzer The Model 4212 Pour Point Analyzer correlates with the ASTM D97 laboratory method for the pour point determination of heavy distillates. The Vista II Model 2007 was named “Innovation of the Year” for the year 2000. 6 406 .With the Model 2007. Protection. by the ISA Analysis Division. Multiple component analysis from a single system Reliable operation through the use of process-proven hardware Fast response time All components can be replaced by the user without the need for recalibration. The Model 4214 provides on-line measurement of the flash point of products such as kerosene.The Model 4212 has an optical bench that detects light when the pour point is determined during the analysis cycle.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 kV . . . SMPGB 123 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Termination Composite. . 438 . . . . . . 425 Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS Series Capacitors. 440 . . ELK-04 . . . . . . . . SMPGB-C 123 . . . . . . . . EXK-01 . . . . .420 kV . . . . . . 437 HV and EHV Cable Accessories Outdoor Termination Porcelain. . ELK-14 . . . 442 . . . . . SVC Light (STATCOM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Direct Current . . . . . . . . . . . 438 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 444 products Services Systems . . . . . .420 kV . . . . 433 Power Distribution Centers . . . . . . . . . . 427 429 431 432 Switchgear Integration Systems Primary and Secondary Unit Substations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SMART Gas-Insulated . . . . . . . . . . . . . Power Systems Customer Support . . . . . . . . APEGA 84 . . . . . . . . . . APEC P 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prefabricated Joint. . . . . . . APEC 84 . . . Prefabricated Joint. .170 kV. 423 HVDC Light .Transmission and Substation Systems Conventional Substations Plug and Switch System PASS . . 409 411 411 411 411 413 Modular Substations PS-1 Substation. . . . 420 Power Systems High-Voltage. . . . . . . . . GIS-termination. . . . . . . . . . 418 MODULA Substation . . . 435 Power Cables and Accessories HV and EHV Power Cable Systems. . . . . 442 HV Cable Accessories GIS Plug-In Termination EHSVS . . . . . .362 kV. . . . ELK-3 . . . . . Static Var Compensator (SVC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

minimum maintenance. and stateof-the-art service concepts. PASS is preassembled in the factory and delivered to the erection site as a complete and tested unit.com. PASS—the Plug and Switch System from ABB—is the answer to these requirements. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and put into service without any further high-voltage testing. This consideration has led to a compact system design. disconnector. Substations must be provided with equipment ensuring maximum reliability. and earthing switch as well as current and voltage sensors in one gas-insulated compartment. filled with insulating gas. Simple? That’s precisely what we mean by “Plug and Switch!” STANDARD FEATURES Advantages compared with air-insulated installations: Very high availability due to SF6 gas insulated technology Up to 60% less space requirement compared to AIS Innovative substation design Adaptive maintenance One day installation time per bay for the primary technology 6 months delivery time For more information.Plug and Switch System PASS Deregulation and tougher competition in the energy sector present great challenges to power utilities—but no less so to manufacturers of high-voltage equipment. PASS creates a complete high-voltage switchyard bay by integrating circuit breaker. 409 ABB .abb. It is connected up to the control unit on-site with preterminated cables.

North Brunswick.Conventional Substations Sourced through Plug and Switch System PASS Technical Data PASS M0 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C Rated frequency Technical Data PASS M1 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current kV kV kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG Hz 245/300 1050 460 530 3150 135 50 50 135 87 87 50/60 kV kV kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG Hz 170 650 275 315 2500 100 40 40 100 87 87 50/60 ABB Inc. NJ +732-932-6233 Transmission and Substation Systems Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C Rated frequency Technical Data PASS M2 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C Rated frequency kV kV kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG Hz 550 1550 740 1000 4000 170 63 63 170 87 87 50/60 7 410 .

ELK-14. 411 ABB . thereby meeting nearly all other national or customer specifications. Operate. EXK-01. especially in towns and industrial centers. and Maintain contracts. Own. the equipment complies with the IEC. Financing allows ABB to offer either leasing or “DBOOM”—Design. and ANSI rules currently in force.com. ELK-3 Substation FEATURES FEATURES STANDARD Advantages Minimum space required Low weight High reliability Long life Maintenance-free No exposed life parts Equipment of consistent modular design Short delivery time A turnkey systems solution allows installation and testing in a minimum time period. air-insulated switchgear.ELK-04.abb. ELK-14 Substation ELK-04 Substation For more information. For technical data please see the table on the following page. and ELK-3 are designed for rated voltages up to 550 kV and breaking currents up to 63 kA. SF6 GIS is the economic solution. The GIS Type EXK-01. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. In all installations. ELK-04. ELK-3 SF6 gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) occupies only a fraction of the area and space required by conventional. ELK-14.VDE. IEEE. Build. For applications in areas of high electrical load density.

5/40 31.5/40 80/100 47.Conventional Substations Sourced through ELK-04.5 245 1050 460 530 4000 170 63 63 170 65.5 350 385 175 195 — — — 375 31. North Brunswick. ELK-14. ELK-3 Technical Data ELK-04 Operating Voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Lightning impulse withstand over isolating distance Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C Technical Data EXK-01 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C kV kV PSIG kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG kV kV kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG kV kV kV kV A kA kA kA kA PSIG PSIG 72.68 74.68 230 265 — — — — — — — 300 1050 460 530 4000 125 50 50 125 65. EXK-01.6 87 kV kV kV kV kV A kA kA kV kA kA PSIG PSIG 60/72.5/40 80/100 47.68 74.5 325 — 140 160 800 — 2500 80/100 31.2 87 420 1425 680 800 4000 170 63 63 170 50.7 87 123 550 47.5 110/123 550 630 230 265 1250 — 3150 100/135 40/50 630 — — — — ABB Inc.2 87 550 1550 740 1000 4000 170 63 63 170 56. NJ +732-932-6233 132/145 650 750 275 315 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 150/170 750 860 325 375 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Transmission and Substation Systems Technical Data ELK-14 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C Technical Data ELK-3 Operating voltage Lightning impulse withstand to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage to ground Power-frequency withstand voltage over isolating distance Continuous current Peak withstand current Short-time withstand current Breaking current Making current Minimum insulating gas pressure at 20°C Minimum quenching gas pressure at 20°C 7 412 .

gas density. measured values are stored in a memory for defined periods. NJ +732-932-6233 FEATURES Advantages All important information—position. resulting in minimized downtimes. Preprogrammed trend analyses serve as a basis for individualized maintenance strategies. From here they are passed via data bus to other computers with instrumentation and control or protective functions where they are evaluated and interpreted.com. Increased availability and capital investment savings on expensive network reserves can be realized due to an improved. and reduced possibilities of errors. The cost-efficiency and dependability of operations management are significantly enhanced. Advanced primary technology combined with novel sensors and a modern digital data processing For more information. The direct consequence: Less material required for secondary systems. In addition to the target-actual comparison.abb. New sensors and actuators have superseded inductive instrument transformers and electromechanical relays. operating mechanism energy. and voltage is reliably acquired by wear-free sensors and fed to decentralized computers. North Brunswick. This means a higher quality of supply for the customer. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 413 ABB . more detailed knowledge of the ongoing system status. The salient features are: S elf-supervision M onitoring A daptive maintenance R educed life-cycle costs Trend evaluation ABB Inc. Redundancies and duplications in auxiliary switches and instrument transformers have been eliminated. minimized wiring. current.Sourced through SMART Gas-Insulated The numerous improvements already implemented in our primary systems have now been logically progressed in SMART GIS: Digital information processing in secondary systems.

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cost. Owning and operating substations is no longer a task just for the traditional utilities.5 kV 5 — 100 Any AIS/GIS Conventional Design Any Any Any Any AIS/GIS Functional Guide Substation Type PS-1 MODULA Conventional Design Speed of Delivery and Installation +++ ++ + Pre-Engineered and Designed Modules +++ ++ + Lowest Cost +++ ++ + Risk Reduction +++ ++ + Factory Assembly and Testing +++ +++ + System Functionality +++ +++ +++ Flexible Engineering and Design + ++ +++ For more information. and dependability Customized solution providing maximum design flexibility PS-1 10 — 40 AIS MODULA 34. 415 ABB .abb.com. Another shift is the trend of large industries towards building and owning their own substation.5 kV — 170 kV 5 kV — 34. ABB has a unique ability to respond to these customer needs. Today. and deregulation is the catalyst. In this new marketplace an integrated supplier like ABB plays a major role. IPPs and other developers are executing transmission and distribution projects all across the nation. flexibility. With plants manufacturing all major components in combination with a range of modern substation concepts. H3L. H2L1.Modular Substations The energy industry is changing. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 kV Transformer Ratings (MVA) High-Voltage Configurations H1. all in search of speed to market and lower electricity rates available at higher voltages. SELECTION GUIDE Modular Substation Technical Guide Substation Type HighVoltage Range 69 kV — 138 kV MediumVoltage Range 15 kV — 34. and functionality Customized solution using pre-engineered modules focusing on project speed. R4 (or other with max 2 lines and max 2 transformers) Technology Features Pre-engineered standardized modular design focusing on project speed.

With modular substations. These combine to provide a level of risk reduction not seen before from a substation provider. The modular substation concepts were developed to provide customers with the competitive advantage needed. design flexibility. as a provider of electrical equipment and services. New ideas are required to ensure improved results and profitability for our customers. ABB combines this experience with modern design tools. to deliver value beyond the product. ABB has years of proven experience in successfully delivering turnkey substations for a variety of configurations and voltages. the customer enjoys the benefits of speed to market. By choosing a turnkey substation. The traditional processes of providing energy and equipment are no longer viable ways to do business. Lowest risk Modular substations have clear business advantages Factory Assembly & Test Pier Foundations Deliver to Site Final Assembly Commissioning 7 416 . Longest time. The driver is to improve the customer’s business results with less risk and increased reliability. and works together. Highest risk MODULA Substation Conventional Substation Design-oriented Standardized Lowest cost. thus meeting the customer’s business needs and providing assurance of a trouble-free installation. everything comes together. full functionality. fits together.Modular Substations Transmission and Substation Systems Customers expect ABB. and project dependability. The applications range from electrification of entire cities to small unit substations. Function-oriented PS-1 Substation Customized Highest cost. cost reduction. Shortest time. high quality. In the modular substation concept.

manufacturing facilities. 417 ABB . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Commercial Design Conventional ABB MODULA ABB PS-1 Manufacturing Civil Works Installation Test & Commissioning Months 0 6 12 For more information. ensures quality and speed Conventional Substations Unlimited variety of designs Custom engineered Applications ABB modular substations have been installed for a variety of uses. and utility applications. process industries. Proven concept delivers results with dependability. large resort hotels. reduces cost and time Fully factory-assembled and tested Minimized construction MODULA Flexible design to accommodate most customer requirements Fully factory-assembled and tested. Reduced cycle times and processes deliver speed. Minimized civil and site work reduces costs. including wind farms.Features Modular Substations set the standard in: • Function • Time • Cost • Quality • Flexibility • Dependability Standardized designs provide total system functionality. Modular substations deliver the results you need! Options and Accessories Available in traditional Air-Insulated or compact and reliable Gas-Insulated designs Multiple High-Voltage and MediumVoltage configurations Specifications PS-1 Completely pre-engineered.com.abb. Custom designs with standard processes provide flexibility. Pre-assembly and testing ensures quality.

and operating costs become more significant than technical characteristics. The complete process was analyzed. To achieve long term success in these competitive markets. All components were selected and optimized in view of the functionality of the whole system. The main decisions surrounding technical systems (such as substations) are more and more governed by economic analysis. ABB analyzed the individual stages of the process and clearly defined all interfaces with suppliers and the future operator of the substation. To achieve this. the delivery time can be cut in half compared to other typical turnkey substations. New demands require a new design—PS-1 The development of PS -1 was centered on the needs of the entire substation system. engineering. 7 Transmission and Substation Systems 418 . Therefore. As a global supplier of turnkey substations with many years of experience. Processes can be accelerated… if you look at all elements With PS -1. and installation were redefined and standardized with a view to optimize the entire process. This development can be attributed to the growing worldwide deregulation of the markets for electrical energy. time. manufacturing. the return on investment. ABB has developed a modern substation solution to suit the current market situation. It was on this basis that ABB developed an optimized process that considerably reduces the time required to set up a substation project. and costs.Modular Substations PS-1 Substation The markets for electrical energy are changing all over the world… Competition for the producers and suppliers of electrical energy has been increasing continuously. PS -1 focuses on function. This was achieved by consistently standardizing the entire substation. rapid project execution. supply management. starting with engineering and production up to the operation of substations. site work. when evaluating substations. it is vital to be able to adapt to new demands. including design. All stages of the process.

Due to the complete standardization of all process steps and equipment.Sourced through ABB Inc. Raleigh.abb.. a PS -1 substation project can usually be completed in half the time required for a comparable traditional project. For more information.5 kV . ratings. The functionality of a PS -1 substation is equal to a typical distribution station with up to two connected high-voltage lines. By using standardized equipment from the ABB product range. ABB has been able to reduce the costs and increase speed of delivery compared to traditional substations. specify the function... NC +919-807-8280 STANDARD FEATURES Concentrating on functionality requires modern technology… ABB high-voltage substations are available in both SF6 and air-insulated technology to cater to all typical areas of application... which sets new standards for the future while offering a cost advantage of up to 20% compared with a conventional “overspecified” traditional substation. and cost! FUNCTION Traditional Traditional COSTS Traditional TIME 100% 80% 50% PS-1 PS-1 PS-1 . and up to twelve medium-voltage outputs. SPECIFICATIONS 69/115/138 kV 10/16/25/40 MVA Function Time Cost 15/34. The realization of the PS -1 concept has resulted in a turnkey system. and configurations Uses ABB components that meet the functional requirements Minimized construction and processes Up to 20% cost savings Up to 50% time savings Best combination of function. 419 ABB . the substation solution that meets your business needs now and in the future .com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. a maximum of two power transformers. not the components PS-1 Substation Concept Standardized voltages.. APPLICATIONS There are good reasons for choosing a PS-1 substation… ABB guarantees the same reliable functionality for the PS-1 substations as for conventional substation solutions. speed.

more complex substations are composed of standardized modules. the MODULA substations are completely assembled and tested in the factory before they are shipped to your site. Simple substation layouts are realized on a single skid. SPECIFICATIONS 34. In this way.5 — 170 kV Dependability through minimized construction Skid-mounted MODULA substations can easily be installed on drilled pier foundations. MODULA substations are delivered directly to your site.5 kV 7 420 . Quality through pre-assembly and testing All components of the MODULA are mounted onto steel skids with integrated cable raceways. MODULA Substation— a new way of building substations Transmission and Substation Systems The modular design of the MODULA substations can be adapted to meet all of your layout and technical requirements. flexibility. This results in significant savings on civil work and construction. 5 — 100 MVA Quality Flexibility Dependability 5 — 34. ABB can accommodate virtually any requirement without compromising the advantages of factory assembly. Once the equipment arrives on site. You need seamless integration into your existing systems. Unlike conventional substation design. This allows assembly and testing in the factory to assure improved quality at a lower cost. skid-mounted substation that combines high quality. As a result. it takes no more than one to three weeks to complete the installation and energize. operating and maintenance procedures do not have to be modified. But qualified construction personnel is scarce and expensive. and tested at the factory before it is shipped to your site.Modular Substations MODULA Substation Quality through factory-assembly and testing Flexibility through modular design Dependability through elimination of site construction MODULA Substation— a flexible solution for most every problem You need to get on-line—fast and without sacrificing quality. The modular approach enables ABB to assemble more complex layouts using pre-assembled and tested modules. The MODULA is a modular. wired. ABB can also offer witness testing and training on the entire substation at the factory. Each module is completely assembled. providing for higher quality and simplified logistics. ABB has developed an innovative solution to these problems—the MODULA substation. Flexibility through modular design MODULA substations come in a variety of ratings and configurations. and dependability.

With their modular design. on time.5 up to 170 kV Fused disconnect switch Circuit switcher • Power circuit breaker • Gas-insulated switchgear Power Transformers— 5 up to 100 MVA With or without load tap changer With or without voltage regulator Medium-Voltage Equipment— 4. Quality through assembly and testing of the complete substation in a factory environment prior to shipping Flexibility to adapt to virtually any system or operational requirement Dependability by eliminating almost all civil works and construction at the site MODULA is the only substation where everything comes together. The MODULA substations are easy to install and quick to move. 421 ABB .com. ABB is also able to provide complete outsourcing solutions. leads to solutions for ABB’s customers’ problems. NC +919-807-8280 STANDARD FEATURES MODULA Substation Concept: Wide range of voltages. MODULA substations are skid-mounted substations that offer tailored solutions for your varying problems. to a shortage in qualified construction personnel. ABB brings you on-line. fits together. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.Sourced through ABB Inc.16 up to 34. fits together. ABB offers unique technical depth. and common configurations Uses ABB or third-party components to meet your needs Minimized construction through pier foundations and pre-assembled modules Fewer “growing pains” due to modularity Up to 20% time savings Best combination of quality. operating. and maintenance services. The MODULA is just one example of how a decade-long experience. MODULA Substation—everything comes together. works together —guaranteed! Modular Substations division offers you the expertise and convenience of a true turnkey provider. to government permit issues. combined with fresh innovative thinking. MODULA substations are an ideal solution for extension or replacement of existing substations. flexibility.5 kV Fused disconnect switch Recloser Power circuit breaker Metal-clad switchgear Protection and control to match your system standards Integrated AC/DC supply system For more information.With financing.abb. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Options for MODULA Substation High-Voltage Equipment— 34. ratings. and dependability! APPLICATIONS MODULA Substation—whenever flexibility is required The flexible design of MODULA substations opens a broad range of applications. the MODULA substation eliminates virtually all the risks of conventional substation construction. ABB makes room for you to grow. From inclement weather. from feasibility and interconnection studies through performance/risk evaluation to complete design/build services. works together MODULA substations offer many advantages over conventional designs without interfering with your established design standards. Raleigh.

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High-Voltage. they use two conductors of opposite polarity (one positive and one negative). Many of the cable systems are monopolar with only one metallic conductor between the converter stations. i. Such a system is more complex than an ordinary point-topoint transmission. Direct Current HVDC technology is used to transmit electricity over long distances by overhead transmission lines or submarine cables. Each individual project will have its own set of reasons justifying the use of HVDC. It is also used to interconnect separate (asynchronous) power systems where traditional alternating current (ac) connections cannot be used. since one pole can continue to transmit power when the other pole is out of service. A bipolar system is a double circuit. Most overhead line transmission systems are bipolar.e. The reasons for choosing HVDC instead of AC in a specific case are often numerous and complex. which could have the same or different frequencies. using the ground or sea as the return path for the current.. APPLICATIONS Most HVDC transmission systems are point-to-point using overhead lines. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. A multi-terminal HVDC transmission system is one with more than two converter stations.The back-to-back configuration is normally used for asynchronous interconnections between two separate AC networks. ABB pioneered the HVDC technology and is the undisputed world leader in the HVDC field. or both combined. submarine cables.com.abb. In particular. 423 ABB . but the most common arguments favoring HVDC are: Lower investment cost Long distance water crossing Lower losses Asynchronous interconnection Controllability Reduced short circuit currents Monopolar Back-to-Back Bipolar Multiterminal For more information. There are many back-to-back stations in operation where both the rectifier and the inverter are located in the same station. the control system is more elaborate and the telecommunication requirements between the stations are larger.

Raleigh. The 12-pulse converter valve bridge is connected to the AC system by means of converter transformers.Power Systems Sourced through High-Voltage. when connected to AC networks with low short circuit capacity and in systems with long DC cables Dependable performance in the event of AC system disturbances. in particular. These properties match the characteristics of the CCC. etc. The valves are normally placed in a building. which inherently derives part of its reactive power requirements from its series-connected commutation capacitor in proportion to the square of load current.). a well-known circuit concept. etc. In addition. Direct Current APPLICATIONS (continued) HVDC Technology Conventional HVDC An HVDC converter station uses thyristor valves to convert from AC to DC and vice versa. 24th. 13th. The converter produces current harmonics (11th. 25th. HVDC 2000 yields the following performance advantages: Significantly better stability. a DC filter is also normally needed to reduce the level of harmonic currents in the DC overhead line that may otherwise cause interference to telephone circuits in the vicinity of the DC line. The CCC is now an innovative solution due to ABB’s development of continuously tuned AC filters (ConTune). and the converter transformers are located just outside (see drawing). 36th. These filters can be built to generate small quantities of reactive power but still provide good filtering. NC +541-298-4161 Transmission and Substation Systems Back-to-Back CCC Converter Station 7 424 . The converter also produces voltage harmonics on the DC side (12th. 37th. A large inductance (smoothing reactor) is always installed on the DC side to reduce the ripple in the direct current. 35th. HVDC 2000 The key feature of HVDC 2000 is the utilization of Capacitor Commutated Converters (CCCs). with reduced risk of commutation failures Lower load rejection overvoltages Improved AC and DC filtering with smaller filters No need to switch AC filters or shunt capacitor banks to compensate for converter reactive power consumption Y v Y ABB Inc. 23rd.) on the AC side. These harmonics are absorbed by AC filters that also produce a part of the reactive power consumed by the converter.

Possible applications include the feeding of distant loads and the connection of distant generation plants. giving a high level of power quality Minimal environmental impact Connection to weak networks Preassembled enclosures. The cable insulation is made of an extruded polymer that is particularly resistant to DC voltage. FEATURES HVDC Light Cable For environmentally sensitive areas. which reduce civil work. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Advantages Voltage source converters (VSC) for HVDC transmission have the inherent ability to not only control active power but also control reactive power. and commissioning to an absolute minimum. HVDC Light cables can be ploughed into the ground by a tractor equipped with a cable plough. The VSCs. making installation fast and economical. the HVDC Light transmission line can utilize either underground or submarine HVDC Light cables. 425 ABB . Polymeric cables are the preferred choice for HVDC. This behavior is like having a synchronous condensor or a Static Var Compensator (SVC) at each station. installation.abb. This makes HVDC Light a very attractive choice from an environmental point of view. offer four main advantages: Rapid control of both active and reactive power. and low weight. expensive. as well as eliminate the associated fuel transport.HVDC Light HVDC Light is an alternative to conventional AC transmission or local generation in many situations. mainly because of their excellent mechanical strength. Submarine HVDC Light cables can be buried below ground or laid on the bottom. flexibility. By feeding a remote load from the main grid. thereby permitting independent control of AC voltage. HVDC Light Submarine Conventional HVDC Submarine Cable HVDC Light Land Cable For more information. and possibly polluting local generation plants.com. in combination with DC cables. it is feasible to shut down small.

the IGBT. This technology extends the economical power range for DC transmission downwards from a hundred or more MW to just a few MW. The IGBT is used because its higher switching frequency capability permits use of pulse width modulation (PWM). based on voltage source converters (VSC) with a series connection of a modern semiconductor device. Further developments in semiconductor technology will lead to larger converter ratings in the future.to intermediate-scale generation including renewables. A VSC converter for HVDC Light is compact and robust. ABB Inc. e. HVDC Light converters are currently available in ratings up to 330 MW. Raleigh. The main equipment is contained in small movable housings and is delivered factory tested and fully assembled.Power Systems Sourced through HVDC Light APPLICATIONS HVDC Light is a new transmission or subtransmission technology.g.. NC +541-298-4161 When to Use HVDC Light Some areas where HVDC Light technology will be particularly useful are: Cable transmissions for environmentally sensitive areas or shared rights-of-way Outlet transmission for small. both electrically and mechanically. solar or wind power Power supply to islands Feeding power to remote locations When relocation is desired When there is a system benefit in having independent control of active and reactive power For urban infeed For replacement of uneconomic or polluting reliability must run generation 7 Transmission and Substation Systems 426 .

In early series capacitor bank designs. when the line breakers reclose. By reducing the negative impact of reactive power demand in high-voltage AC networks. a series capacitor can see several times its voltage rating during faults on the AC network due to the passage of fault current.Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS Series Capacitors The benefits of reactive power compensation are well established. In most faults the varistor action reinserts the bank immediately on termination of the fault current without necessitating the firing of the spark gap or closing of the bypass breaker. However. For locations with high short circuit capability. for severe faults. current sensing for protection and monitoring is via optical CTs. One means of supplying the reactive power demand of the transmission network is through the use of series capacitors. the spark gap is triggered followed by closure of the bypass breaker.abb. This means greater reliability and better utilization of existing lines. 427 ABB . There is no control and protection equipment nor power supplies on the high-voltage platform. During the deionization time of the line fault. this overvoltage was limited by a parallel spark gap. a parallel non-linear resistor (varistor) of zinc oxide (ZnO) limits the voltage across the series capacitor during a fault. MOV Protection MOV + Triggered Spark Gap Protection For more information. triggered spark gap which operates for the more severe faults. fast-acting.com. the bank is restored to service. the energy absorption duty on the varistor can be high for nearby faults. the gap recovers and the bypass breaker is opened. and all control and protection equipment is located in the control building. In modern series capacitor banks. The benefits of series compensation in transmission lines are: Increased power transfer capability Improved system stability Better voltage regulation with loading changes Optimized load sharing between parallel lines Reduced system losses APPLICATION Unlike a shunt capacitor. which are usually confined to those on the compensated line section. In the ABB series capacitor. the capacity of transmission systems can be dramatically increased. Series capacitors compensate for part of the inductive reactance of long distance lines and are an effective and economical method of increasing stable power transfer. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. This energy duty can be reduced by using a parallel.

Cooling water is transported through a non-ceramic insulator column. Raleigh. NC +541-298-4161 TCSC Single Line Diagram C: Capacitor Bank Z: ZnO-Varistor D: TCSC Reactor G: Thyristor Valve B: Bypass Breaker 7 Transmission and Substation Systems 428 . The same technology can be used to boost compensation levels and damp system oscillations to improve stability margins. The thyristor valve is mounted in a valve housing located on the platform. thereby not creating a subsynchronous resonance with the generator—transmission circuit. The TCSC is controlled in such a way so as to appear inductive in the subsynchronous frequency range. Sourced through ABB Inc. while still being capacitive at the fundamental frequency.Power Systems Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS Series Capacitors APPLICATIONS (continued) Controlled Series Capacitor For transmission applications involving steam turbine generators where the compensation level is high. Trigger pulses are sent via optical fibers from the control system at ground potential directly to each light-triggered thyristor. there could be a risk of subsynchronous resonance (SSR). Thyristor controlled series capacitors (TCSC) can be used to mitigate SSR.

thereby helping to regulate and stabilize the AC voltage. following contingencies. ABB has an SVC solution for every situation. 429 ABB . The on-state interval is controlled by delaying the firing of the thyristor valve in relation to the natural current zero. This means greater reliability and better utilization of existing lines. and exceptional controllability. thus delaying the need for new lines To increase the transient stability limit To increase damping of small disturbances To improve voltage control and stability To damp power swings The characteristics of ABB’s Static Var Compensators are flexibility. For more information. APPLICATIONS SVCs are usually deployed for one or more of the following reasons: To stabilize voltage in weak systems To reduce transmission losses To increase the transmission capacity. SVCs are shunt-connected devices that can rapidly supply the increased reactive power demands of the network. By reducing the negative impact of reactive power demand in high-voltage AC networks. A TCR is used together with a fixed-capacitor bank when reactive power generation is required. Thyristor Controlled Reactor (TCR) A reactor and a thyristor valve are incorporated in each single-phase branch. dependability. One means of supplying the dynamic. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb. The SVC can be used for symmetrical. three-phase control or phase-by-phase control.com. The reactive power is changed by controlling the current through the reactor by means of the thyristor valve. reactivepower reserve requirements of the transmission network is through the use of Static Var Compensators (SVC).Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS Static Var Compensator (SVC) The benefits of reactive power compensation are well established. the capacity of transmission systems can be dramatically increased.

continuously variable reactive power is obtained throughout the complete control range as well as full control of both the inductive and the capacitive parts of the compensator. Each branch is individually switched in or out by means of a valve with antiparallel connected thyristors. Raleigh.Power Systems Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS Static Var Compensator (SVC) APPLICATIONS (continued) Thyristor Switched Capacitor (TSC) A shunt capacitor bank is divided into a suitable number of branches. thus providing almost transient-free switching. is the optimum solution. Sourced through ABB Inc. Disconnection is effected by suppressing the firing pulses to the thyristors. This is a beneficial feature that permits optimum performance during large disturbances in the power system. All switching takes place when the voltage across the thyristor valve is zero. in the majority of cases. NC +541-298-4161 Thyristor Switched Capacitor/Thyristor Controlled Reactor (TSC/TCR) A combination of TSC and TCR.With a combined TSC/TCR compensator. 7 Transmission and Substation Systems 430 . which will block when the current reaches zero.

By controlling the converter output voltage relative to the system voltage. If the VSC AC output voltage is higher than the system voltage. 431 ABB . Performance of the STATCOM is analogous to that of a synchronous machine. In this application only the voltage magnitude is controlled. comprising VSC. reactive power is absorbed. Sourced through ABB Inc. reactive power is produced. however. not phase angle. Idc = 0 + Vdc _ Static compensator. has no inertia and does not contribute to the short circuit capacity.abb. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. with controllable amplitude and phase angle. NC +541-298-4161 APPLICATIONS The STATCOM consists of a voltage source converter operating as an inverter with a capacitor as the DC energy source. coupling transformer T.com. generating a balanced three-phase set of sinusoidal voltages at the fundamental frequency. A coupling transformer is used to connect to the transmission voltage level. The shunt-connected VSC is based on converter technology with valves comprised of solid-state switching components with turn-off capability and anti-parallel diodes.Reactive Power Compensation/FACTS SVC Light (STATCOM) The static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM) is comprised of a voltage source converter (VSC) connected in shunt. The device. and control VT Coupling Transformer Ig Vi Ig Vi > VT Supplies Q Vx Absorbs Q Voltage Source Converter Vi < VT Iq Converter output current Vi Converter voltage Vt Terminal voltage For more information. Raleigh. It is controlled to regulate the voltage in much the same way as an SVC.

and continuous on-site services to keep systems operating at optimum efficiency. the engineers providing support have a detailed knowledge of system operations. ABB is committed to support projects after they are commissioned. technical audits. This commitment includes technical. administrative. service and support from ABB provides comprehensive maintenance services including: Engineering and maintenance support Spare parts Preventive maintenance Corrective maintenance Emergency repairs A unique advantage of the ABB service and support organization is that its engineers have been involved in the construction and commissioning phases of the projects they support. ABB can also provide training programs. Life extensions can include the replacement of high-maintenance control systems with modern controllers that are well supported by ABB and also replacement of power electronics. and coordination support to all Power Systems’ projects throughout the useful equipment lifetime.Power Systems/Switchgear Integration Systems Power Systems Customer Support ABB Inc. 7 Transmission and Substation Systems 432 . this experience enables a fast response when technical and administrative assistance is needed. In addition. After sales. ABB has been able to extend the life of vintage SVC and HVDC systems built by ABB and its competitors. The Dalles. In addition. OR +541-298-4161 Beyond the purchase and execution phase. As a result.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. installation costs. Closecoupling reduces floor space.Switchgear Systems Integration Primary and Secondary Unit Substations A unit substation is a packaged substation consisting of a power transformer that is mechanically and electrically connected in two places: to a disconnect device on the primary side of the transformer and to power distribution equipment on the secondary side of the transformer. Secondary unit substations refer to applications in which the outgoing distribution section is rated at less than 1000 V. Primary unit substations are supplied with medium-voltage. water treatment facilities. 433 ABB 6 . large commercial projects.com. close-coupled packages available for indoor or outdoor installations. The customer issues only one requisition and one purchase order. and energy losses. and receives a single set of carefully coordinated drawings and matched equipment for trouble-free mechanical installation and electrical interconnection at the job site.abb. UL Listing Available for Most Sub-systems ISO 9001 Certified High-Voltage Systems For more information. ABB unit substations are supplied for the most demanding applications of industrial energy users. ABB unit substations are pre-engineered. outgoing distribution circuits (switchgear or motor control) connected to the secondary side. The entire package is delivered with one brand name and singlepoint accountability for warranty and performance. works with one sales representative and manufacturer. and other energy-intensive installations.

or UL-listed type PK primary entrance units with fused or unfused load interrupter switches. and new Resibloc transformers with a full range of primary and secondary ratings. FL +407-732-2000 7 Transmission and Substation Systems Secondary section choices include: K-LINE Plus UL . or ADVANCE metal-clad switchgear. cast coil. All loads can be independently powered from both transformers in open-tie operation or from one transformer in a closed-tie mode while the other transformer and primary circuit are isolated for maintenance. Substation monitoring and automation is available with the optional PowerRichSystem. standard Advance switchgear. histograms. ABB Inc.listed low-voltage power switchgear for secondary unit substations. and programming can be conveniently handled at the GUI. and other intelligent electronic devices. including protective relays. liquidfilled. meters. safe. Products include VPI and VPE dry types. and economical load interrupter switchgear. settings. or 5 kV motor control centers for primary unit substations. Double-ended unit substations provide added reliability for critical loads by using two transformers connected in a symmetrical arrangement in two areas: to independent power sources on the primary sides and to a common switchgear line-up with a main-tie-main breaker arrangement on the secondary sides of the transformers.and medium-voltage switchgear devices. Lake Mary. Options include fully redundant processor units and communications capabilities that coordinate with common industrial communication protocols. Primary section choices include SafeGear arcresistant. circuit breaker trip units. which concentrates information management and system control functions for all unit substation equipment into a single location. 434 . Primary substations can also be supplied with ABB type PKC power-switching centers using convenient. and one outgoing section. Duplex switches are often used to select from alternate power sources. to be displayed on a graphic user interface (GUI) in the switchgear control room or at various remote locations. PowerRichSystem allows information from all low. and SafeGear. Each of these products are described in section two (2) of this catalog. metal-clad switchgear. alarms.Switchgear Integration Systems Manufactured at Primary and Secondary Unit Substations SPECIFICATIONS Arrangements Single-ended (or radial) unit substations are arranged with a single primary device. Transformer choices consist of a full selection of technology-leading products from ABB. Activities such as trend analysis. load analysis. a single step-down transformer.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Choice of station electric service.com. and RTU and SCADA enclosures. and auxiliary equipment inside the PDC. interior and exterior lighting.With integral transformers closecoupled to switchgear or with bus duct connections.) When ABB supplies a PDC with arc-resistant. and coated with polyurethane enamel or other finish coating systems as specified for unusual environments. FL +407-732-2000 STANDARD FEATURES Self-contained unit is completely coordinated. etc. The PDC is a convenient and economical alternative to on-site building construction (often concrete block). Two pedestrian doors equipped with locks and interior panic hardware are supplied. interconnected.) Optional convenience facilities (work areas. relay panel enclosures. which usually requires separate acquisition and installation of the building and various electrical sub-systems. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Environmental control options include wall insulation. A PDC is also an attractive alternative to purchasing. Lake Mary. All enclosed equipment is shipped fully installed.inch centers. cable trays. fire suppression systems. and connecting outdoor types of loose electrical sub-systems. Walls and ceilings are constructed from double-walled.Sourced through Power Distribution Centers A Power Distribution Center (PDC) is a prefabricated. and pressurization. a PDC can serve as a complete. while improving application flexibility for sensitive electrical equipment for harsh outdoor environments. interlocking. Exterior and interior surfaces are thoroughly cleaned. assembled. skid-mounted outdoor housing for switchgear and auxiliary equipment. enclosed primary or secondary unit substation. etc. and accountability for a complete unit substation or other electrical distribution system. vent fans. galvanized steel panels on 16 . primed. 435 ABB . This approach provides the benefits of single-point responsibility. and power outlets Emergency equipment (eyewash fountains. and tested by the manufacturer. It greatly reduces installation and ownership costs. coordination. APPLICATIONS Common PDC applications include switchgear and motor control center enclosures. fastened to a heavy structural steel base. For more information. modular.abb. heating and air conditioning systems. and tested in a controlled factory environment. This sealed duct allows for unobstructed opening of the flaps in the event of an internal arc fault and exhausts the hot gases and other arc by-products away from the PDC while protecting the PDC ceiling. SafeGear metal-clad switchgear. battery and charging systems. Epoxy mastic primer and coal tar epoxy are used for underside coating. toilets. installing. ISO 9001 Certified ABB Inc. Gaskets or caulking with 30-year life ratings are used on all exterior seams and joints. panelboard. a fully tested plenum is provided across the top of the switchgear to cover all arc exhaust flaps.

7 Power Cables and Accessories Transmission and Substation Systems Notes 436 .

or Al-conductor up to 2000 mm2 Solid dielectric. and HVDC cable systems. polyeten(XLPE) insulated. SPECIFICATIONS Mass-impregnated. typically 600 MW Solid dielectric.g. polyeten(XLPE) insulated land cable for ac up to 500 kV Solid dielectric. designed. typically 150 MW For more complete Specifications contact your ABB Sales Representative. cross-linked. low EMF Simplifies the permit procedure Increases general reliability of transmission system. such as control of reactive power For more information.The products are aimed for the segments AC HV and EHV land cable systems. cross-linked. polyeten(XLPE) insulated land cable. heavy Cu. submarine cables. paper-insulated cable for HVDC.com. 400 kV — 500 kV.HV and EHV Power Cable Systems Sourced through ABB Inc. HVDC Classic and Light cables for long distances or special requirements. considering lightning and pollution For heavily populated areas and water crossings. 437 ABB .abb. land of interest for alternative use can be released. and installed accordingly to the customer’s specifications and overall transmission conditions. HVDC Light. three-phase up to 138 kV Solid dielectric. PA +724-838-5204 ABB provides complete power cable systems and accessories. including engineering. reduces maintenance costs. cross-linked. STANDARD FEATURES Advantages Minimizes size of right-of-way for route Environmentally-friendly. polyeten(XLPE) insulated land cable. APPLICATIONS Power cable systems ranging 100 — 3000 MW Complete AC land cable systems for transmissions in HV and EHV (up to 500 kV) All types of submarine connections from 69 kV and higher. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. cables are often the only solution. installation. and commissioning. Replacing overhead lines by cables. Each cable system is in itself a unique complete product—engineered. e. cross-linked. such as for sea windmill parks Cable connections of new production units to existing transmission grid with a short lead time Retrofit of existing oil-paper cables with XLPE cables lowers investments costs. Greensburg. and improves the environmental situation.

The porcelain insulator has sheds of the short-long type and is available in a brown or gray execution. The insulator is filled with synthetic insulating oil. fits big cables APPLICATIONS APEC and APEC P are suitable for installations in which the termination must be used as a fixed connection point and also where there is a risk of continuous.Power Cables and Accessories HV and EHV Cable Accessories Outdoor Termination Porcelain. see the Selector Guide (84 — 420 kV) on the next page. The top bolt with diameters of 1. Standards: Meets the requirements in accordance with SS. very high creepage currents. IEC. The field-controlling component is a stress cone made of EPDM rubber. APEC 84 — 420 kV Outdoor Termination Composite. area. and type Cable outer diameter Type of top bolt: Screw Press Weld APEC 4201 Transmission and Substation Systems APEC 1452 P FEATURES Benefits: Reliable Tested Screw technique Can be mounted on the ground and then lifted up into position Flexible. for 420 kV (included in the kit) must be selected with respect to the conductor material and cross section. 7 438 . Four (4) stand-off insulators are used for an insulated execution. The low-weight composite insulator is gray and consists of glass fiber reinforced epoxy with silicone sheds.57 and 1. and IEEE. respectively. Installation: For safe and simple installation. The following cable data should be quoted when ordering: Voltage Conductor cross-section Conductor material Cu or Al Diameter across prepared insulation Screen. APEC P 145 — 170 kV The cable termination consists of a porcelain insulator or composite insulator standing on a base made of an aluminum casting and installed on a bracket.97" (40 and 50 mm). it is possible to perform the installation horizontally on the ground and then lift up the termination into position. For the maximum permissible diameter across the sheath of the cable and across the prepared insulation.

JSA 1 Pb.1 (80.4 (3870) 141.7 (2710) 152. Greensburg.3 (160) 6. 439 ABB .abb.2 (4500) 216.4 (7250) 326.5 (5500) 285.700) Weight Lbs.7 (120) 4. (kg)/Item 396 (180) 451 (205) 330 (150) 528 (240) 352 (160) 550 (250) 771 (350) 991 (450) 3740 (1700) SPECIFICATIONS Voltage (kV) ≤170 245 420 XLPE Diameter ø Inches (mm) min 1.8 (45.com.7 (3600) 179. JSA 2 earthing kit for Al or Pb sheathed cable—not needed when cable has only Cu wire screen For more information.8 (8300) 578.Sourced through ABB Inc. PA +724-838-5204 SELECTOR GUIDE Designation APEC 841 APEC 1452 APEC 1452 P APEC 1703 APEC 1703 P APEC 1704 APEC 1705 APEC 2456 APEC 4201 Voltage (kV) 84 145 145 170 170 170 170 245 420 Creepage Distance Min Inches (mm) 106.7 (14.3 (110) 6.2 (107) 4.0) max 4.7 (120) 4.8 (45.9 (4570) 177.5) 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.3 (160) Outer Sheath ø Inches (mm) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES GAP APEC rod gap to protect against overvoltage PIU APEC stand-off insulator when insulated execution JSA 1 Al.5) 3.

The following cable data should be quoted when ordering: Voltage Conductor cross-section Conductor material Cu or Al Diameter across prepared insulation Screen. A pressure ring is also included. IEC. which is included in the kit. Standards: Meets the requirements in accordance with SS. and IEEE 7 440 . fits big cables APPLICATIONS APEGA is suitable for installations in which the termination must be used as a fixed connection point in gas-insulated switchgear or transformers without a separate cable box or where the cable box is filled with transformer oil. APEGA 84 — 420 kV The cable termination consists of an epoxy insulator standing on a base made of an aluminum casting.Power Cables and Accessories HV and EHV Cable Accessories GIS-termination. area. see the Selector Guide (84 — 420 kV) on the next page. For the maximum permissible diameter across the sheath of the cable and across the prepared insulation. Installation: For safe and simple installation. must be selected with respect to the conductor material and cross section. it is possible to perform the installation horizontally on the ground and then lift up the termination into position. The top bolt. A flange for insulated execution is integrated in the epoxy insulator. and type Cable outer diameter Type of top bolt: Screw Weld APEGA 84 — 420 kV Transmission and Substation Systems FEATURES Benefits Reliable Tested Time-saving screw technique Can be mounted on the ground and then lifted up into position Flexible. The insulator is filled with synthetic insulating oil. The field-controlling component is a stress cone made of EPDM rubber.

abb.3 (110) 6.6 (66) 4.8 (45.1 (80. (kg)/Item 187 (85) 187 (85) 198 (90) 158 (72) 165 (75) 418 (190) 440 (200) SPECIFICATIONS Voltage (kV) 84 170 245 420 XLPE Diameter ø Inches (mm) min 1.3 (160) 6. PA +724-838-5204 SELECTOR GUIDE Designation APEGA 841 APEGA 842 APEGA 1702 APEGA 1703 APEGA 1704 APEGA 2454 APEGA 4201 *Fitted to ABB switchgear Voltage (kV) 84 84 170 170 170 245 420 Standard IEC 60859 ABB* — IEC 60859 — ABB* — Weight Lbs.2 (107) 4.7 (120) 4.0) max 2. JSA 1 Pb. SPT1 circlip pliers when installing top fitting.0) 1.3 (160) Outer Sheath ø Inches (mm) OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES JSA 1 Al.com. SPV1 panduit pliers for installation of bundle tape around stress cone. DMT1 disassembling kit when dismounting top fitting.7 (120) 3.2 (30. For more information. Greensburg. JSA 2 earthing kit for Al or Pb sheathed cable—not needed when cable has only Cu wire screen.5) 3. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.8 (45.Sourced through ABB Inc.5) 1. 441 ABB .3 (85) 4.

Accessories are also available to reinstate most types of screen. The diameter of the cable conductors must be . and IEEE Integrated screen separation for cross-bonding of cable screens Available for cable with integrated optical fiber. and outer sheath. A torque wrench and installation tool (RKM 170 or RKM 362) are required for installation. see Selector Guide (123 — 362 kV) on the next page. SMPGB-C 123 — 170 kV The cable joint consists of a joint tube and two adapters made of EPDM rubber and a screw cable clamp. area. armouring. 7 442 . The following cable data should be quoted when ordering: Voltage Conductor cross-section Conductor material Cu or Al Diameter across prepared insulation Diameter over conductor Screen. and type Cable outer diameter Type of cable clamp: Screw SMPGB 123 — 362 kV Weld Transmission and Substation Systems SMPGB-C 123 — 170 kV (also available with integrated optical fiber) FEATURES Benefits Prefabricated for fast and easy installation Safe connection with screw technique Easy jointing of cables with different sizes APPLICATIONS SMPGB and SMPGB-C are suitable for the jointing of XLPE or EPR insulated cables with Al and Cu conductors and different sheath types. SMPGB 123 — 362 kV. (16 to 54 mm) which is equivalent to an area of 365 to 3945 kcmil (185 to 2000 mm2).63 to 2. For the diameter across the prepared insulation. Screw technology facilitates jointing of the conductor.Power Cables and Accessories HV and EHV Cable Accessories Prefabricated Joint. SMPGB-C is also available for cable with integrated optical fiber. Standard: Meets the requirements in accordance with SS. SMPGB-C is a joint with integrated screen separation for cross-bonding of cable screens. IEC.13 in.

2400 4209. Greensburg.2386 4209.2331 4209.7 (109 — 120) Installation Cone 4209.2 (107) 4.1 (50 — 53) 2 — 2.9 (89 — 100) 3.2335 4209.2334 4209.4 (61) 3.1 (80) max 2.2 (98 — 107) 3.9 — 4. PA +724-838-5204 SELECTOR GUIDE Designation* SMPGB SMPGB 1231 SMPGB 1232 SMPGB 1233 SMPGB 1234 SMPGB 1235 SMPGB 1701 SMPGB 1702 SMPGB 1703 SMPGB 1704 SMPGB 1705 SMPGB 1706 SMPGB 1707 SMPGB 1708 SMPGB 3622 SMPGB 3623 SMPGB 3624 SMPGB 3625 SMPGB 3626 Designation* SMPGB-C SMPGB-C 1231 SMPGB-C 1232 SMPGB-C 1233 SMPGB-C 1234 SMPGB-C 1235 SMPGB-C 1701 SMPGB-C 1702 SMPGB-C 1703 SMPGB-C 1704 SMPGB-C 1705 SMPGB-C 1706 SMPGB-C 1707 SMPGB-C 1708 — — — — — Voltage (kV) 123 123 123 123 123 170 170 170 170 170 170 170 170 362 362 362 362 362 XLPE Diameter ø Inches (mm) 1. SMPGB 1701 PAL).2 (52 — 56) 2.9 — 2 (48 — 51) 2 — 2.7 — 3 (69 — 76) 2.2337 4209.5 — 2.2384 4209.3 — 2.3 (55 — 59) 2.Sourced through ABB Inc.2382 Tool RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 170 RKM 362 RKM 362 RKM 362 RKM 362 RKM 362 * For lead and poly Al-sheathed cable.2 — 2.7 — 4.6 — 2.7 (63 — 68) 2.abb.5 — 3.1 (93 — 103) 4 — 4.4 — 2.1 — 3. SMPGB 1701 Pb. 443 ABB .3 — 4.9 — 3.5 (80 — 88) 3.4 (58 — 62) 2.2387 4209. add Pb (lead) or PAL (poly Al) to the type designation (Ex.6 (61 — 65) 2.4 (101 — 111) 4.1 — 3.6 (80 — 91) 3. SPECIFICATIONS Voltage (kV) 123 170 362 XLPE Diameter ø Inches (mm) min 1.7 (86 — 95) 3.2336 4209.2332 4209.2333 4209.2385 4209. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.2380 4209.4 — 3.4 (62) 4.8 (66 — 71) 2.com.9 (48) 2.2378 4209.2388 4209.2379 4209.2 (74 — 82) 3.2381 4209.7 (120) For more information.

with its short overall length and a completely dry. SF6 switchgear terminations. solid insulation. high-voltage cables to SF6 gas-insulated switchgear. This pluggable termination. 7 444 . and regulation systems Polyethylene Polyamide Polyurethane Copper XLPE-insulated overhead conductors Medium-voltage up to 30 kV Power cables with integrated optical fibers Medium.Transition joints Emergency cables/Field installation cables (XLPE) Prefabricated cable links Transmission and Substation Systems STANDARD FEATURES Connection piece with dimensions in accordance with IEC 859 Pluggable current contact Socket insulator in epoxy resin Stress cone in silicone rubber Spring assembly Inlet with inner spring assembly Cable screen APPLICATIONS The EHSVS will fit in all types of gas-insulated switchgear.Power Cables and Accessories HV Cable Accessories GIS Plug-In Termination EHSVS The Type EHSVS pluggable compact sealing end is suitable for connecting XLPE-insulated. The socket insulator is made of high-quality epoxy resin and forms part of the gas-insulated switchgear. halogen-free. is simple and safe to install and requires absolutely no maintenance. Joints. control.Transformer terminations. Medium-voltage cables up to 45 kV XLPE insulation XLPE insulation. flame-retardant (FRNC cables) Cabled instrument tubings For pneumatic and hydraulic measuring.and high-voltage cables: Fibers for temperature measurement or data transmission High and extra-high voltage cable systems XLPE cables up to 550 kV Accessories for all kinds of applications: Outdoor terminations. The socket insulator and cable plug connector are the essential elements of the compact connection system.

abb. and joints • Prefabricated cable links • Tools for installation of accessories For more information. plugin terminations. outdoor terminations. Greensburg. 445 ABB . outdoor terminations. Permissible Operating Voltage Lightning Impulse Level 185 — 2000 mm 110/132/150 kV 123/145/170 kV 550/650/750 kV 2 Type C 95 — 800 mm2 60/110 kV 72. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and accessories for connections to metal-enclosed.Sourced through ABB Inc. and gas-insulated switchgears • Transition joints • Accessories for paper-insulated. medium-voltage cables: Indoor terminations. joints.5/123 kV 325/550 kV *The lower and upper limits of the conductor cross-section range depend on the rated voltage class involved. PA +724-838-5204 SPECIFICATIONS Type A/B Conductor Cross-Section* Rated Voltage Max.com.5 kV 123 kV 145 kV 170 kV — 185 mm2 — 1000 mm2 240 mm2 — 1000 mm2 300 mm2 — 800 mm2 Type B — 1200 mm2 — 2000 mm2 1200 mm2 — 2000 mm2 1000 mm2 — 2000 mm2 Type C 95 mm2 — 800 mm2 185 mm2 — 800 mm2 — — OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Cable accessories • Heat shrinkable tubes • Heat shrinkable joints for low-voltage cables • Slip-on accessories made of silicon rubber for XLPE insulated mediumvoltage cables: indoor terminations. Type A 72.

7 Notes Transmission and Substation Systems 446 .

Power Quality Power Quality Apparatus Capacitors Specialty Capacitors Capacitor Fuses ABB .

. . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . Expulsion . . . SVC Light . . High-Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 475 Induction Heating and Melting Applications . . . 470 Specialty Capacitors Surge Capacitors Type ESG . . . Current-Limiting. 450 452 454 455 456 457 458 Capacitor Fuses Indoor CLN. . . . . . Harmonic Filter Systems . . . . . . . . . . SVC-Q. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 472 Three-Phase Units Type HKW . . . . . 466 . . . . . . Expulsion (Metal-Enclosed Equipment) . . 600 V. . . . . . . . . . . . . 483 Outdoor CXP. . . . . . . . . . . . Non-Indicating . 1. . . . . . 469 . . . . .Power Quality Power Quality Apparatus Reactive Power Compensation Harmonic Filter System. . . . . . Expulsion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Expulsion . . . . . . . . . 477 Spectrum Power Electronic Capacitors Metallized Technology Range Type ESF and ESR for DC Applications . . . . . . . . . . 482 CIL. . . . . .2 . . 487 CLXP. . . . . Current -limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Bank SIKAP .0 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . 478 products Services Systems . . . . . . . 489 Capacitors Capacitor Units Capacitor Unit Technology . . . . . . . . . 481 CLC. 474 Assembled Banks Type HKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 460 Single-Phase Capacitor Unit . . . . . 485 COL. MINICOMP . . . 465 . . . . . . . 461 Capacitor Banks Open-Stack Substation Capacitor Bank Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High-Energy. . . . . . . . . . Dynamic UPS (DUPS). . . . . . . . . . . . .3. Power Quality Customer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . .

5 0. These types of events have been shown as the predominant cause of process interruptions in automated manufacturing facilities.16 — 34.5 Voltage Harmonic Flicker Interruption Sag & Swell Regulation Mitigation Suppression Protection Mitigation Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Dynamic UPS (DUPS) Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) For more information. The MiniComp® and SVC Light® are an active means of mitigating flickers and harmonics for both utilities and industrial facilities.16 — 34.5 4.16 — 34.16 — 34. The primary cause of voltage fluctuations is reactive power drawn on a weak power system. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 4. SELECTION GUIDE System Harmonic Filters MINICOMP SVC-Q SVC Light ® ® Ratings (MVA) 0. The process for choosing the optimal system should involve consideration of the type of power quality problem. Faults on utility systems result in voltage sags.5 4.5 kV).16 — 34. and engineering economics.16 — 34.5 — 20 1 — 20 20 and up 20 and up 1 — 100 1 — 100 Voltage (kV) 4.com. 449 ABB . ABB has several products available to alleviate momentary voltage problems at utility distribution voltage (4.480 — 34.5 4.abb. and electric arc furnaces cause voltage fluctuations (flickers) and harmonics on utility power systems. Harmonics are generated by non-linear loads such as solid-state motor drives and electric arcs. welders.Power Quality Apparatus Large. and momentary outages on end-user systems. swells. rapidly varying loads such as compressor motors. sensitivity of the load.

capacitor systems must include a tuning reactor. Upon identification of a harmonics or power factor problem. ABB can assist with expertise in electrical and civil design. Untuned power factor correction capacitors can actually amplify a harmonic by creating a resonant condition. STANDARD FEATURES ABB’s harmonic filter systems are offered with a wide variety of options and configurations. Harmonics are often associated with overheating transformers. alleviating most or all of the other problems associated with harmonic distortion. Tuned capacitors provide a low impedance path for harmonic currents generated by non-linear loads. This reduces distortion in the voltage waveform. or other electronic loads can cause harmonic currents to flow in the power system. non-linear loads often operate with a poor power factor. capacitor bank failures. ABB can provide filter system services from analysis to commissioning. testing. or common operational problems with sensitive loads close to the harmonics source. and commissioning. component selection. Live-open rack design.Power Quality Apparatus Reactive Power Compensation Harmonic Filter Systems Non-linear loads such as variable speed drives (VSDs). The following features are all basic to all filter systems: Indoor or outdoor installation Single or double wye All components air-cooled Controls in NEMA 4 Cabinet OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Optional Hardware High-pass resistor Ground switch Disconnect switch Phase imbalance protection “SIKAP” enclosure 8 Power Quality 450 . nuisance protective relay trips. Most economic configuration for large filter banks. This can result in utility penalties and voltage depressions on a weak system. rectifiers. To improve power factor on a non-linear load and reduce utility surcharges. In addition to causing harmonic distortion in the system voltage.

SIKAP Design. Specially designed for harsh environments.abb. Raleigh.5 to 20+ MVAr 4. or 13th harmonic.16 to 34. NC +919-856-2392 Metal-Enclosed Design.Sourced through ABB Inc. For more information. Units are metal-enclosed and self-enclosed. 7th. 11th.5 kV Tuning to 5th.com. Best suited for smaller kvar banks. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Safety Switch Vacuum Breaker (Synchronous Closing) Surge Arrestors Tuning Reactor Ground Switch Capacitors PF Power Factor Control SPECIFICATIONS Ratings P Protection System 0. or space constraints. indoor installations. typical Typical single line diagram for a harmonic filter system. 451 ABB .

padmounted Air. Both configurations can utilize fixed or switched capacitors to achieve the required level of compensation. which is normally faster than the demands of an electromechanical load. FEATURES Standard Outdoor. thereby reducing the reactive power supplied by the power system. The net result is a significant reduction in voltage flicker. MINICOMP output is adjusted on a cycle-by-cycle basis. Applications from 6 to 20 MVAr use a thyristor-controlled reactor (TCR) to control reactive power output.5 kV Direct Connect 1 — 20 MVAr Output 8 452 . For applications from 1 to 6 MVAr. The MINICOMP delivers reactive power close to the load. walk-in enclosure Outdoor. a voltage source converter (VSC) is used as a variable source of reactive power.Power Quality Apparatus Reactive Power Compensation MINICOMP® A MINICOMP provides voltage compensation by offering a rapidly variable source of reactive power. Two MINICOMP configurations are available.or water-cooled Flexible control system OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES VSC Hardware ±1 MVAr VSC Modules Switched Shunt Capacitor Bank Interfacing transformer (5 to 35 kV) Master control system Advantages TCR Hardware Suppresses voltage flickering Regulates voltage continuously Mitigates harmonics Improves power factor Allows large variable loads to be served from existing lines Offers alternative to installing higher voltage lines and substations 6 to 20 MVAr TCR Tuned Capacitor Bank Transformer (as needed) Master control system Power Quality SPECIFICATIONS Ratings 480 — 34.

Raleigh. Fixed Capacitor Bank DC VSC Typical bus configuration for a MINICOMP using a VSC.Sourced through ABB Inc. Outdoor enclosure for controls and power electronics.com. NC +919-856-2392 Medium-Voltage Bus PT 480 V AC Control VSC. For more information. Medium-Voltage Bus Optional Transformer PT Control Tuned. MINICOMP solutions requiring 6 to 20 MVAr of compensation use a thyristor-controlled reactor (TCR) and fixed capacitor bank. Fixed Capacitor Bank Water Cooled TCR Valve. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 453 ABB . Valve and Reactor Typical one-line diagram of a MINICOMP using a TCR.abb.

and reactors are used to achieve the proper tuning characteristics. The banks are split into two or more branches. NC +919-856-2392 Utility PCC FEATURES Advantages Higher furnace-busbar voltage: • Shorter melt times • Reduced energy losses • Reduced specific electrode consumption • Reduced specific refractory wear Improved power factor: • Avoid utility penalties • Use existing electrical equipment more effectively Voltage stabilization and harmonics reduction: • Minimize disturbances in nearby electrical equipment • Reduce misoperation of protective devices • Extend motor life by reducing negative sequence currents Furnace bus Tuned capacitors EAF Ladle Furnace Valve and reactor SVC-Q Possible EAF-bus configuration with SVC-Q. 8 454 . To achieve optimum performance. an arc furnace requires a stable and steady voltage supply. Short circuit capacity (SSC ) and EAF short circuit rating are both in MVA. Sourced through ABB Inc.Power Quality Apparatus Reactive Power Compensation SVC-Q SVC-Q is a reactive power compensation system primarily for electric arc furnaces (EAF) and large rolling mills. SVC-Q uses a thyristor-controlled reactor (TCR) and fixed capacitor banks. The net result is an improvement in EAF utilization. Raleigh. AC Furnace S S C / EAF SS C > 80 80 > S S C / EAF S S C > 40 S S C / EAF S S C < 40 DC Furnace S S C / EAF SS C > 60 No compensation SVC-Q SVC Light No compensation SVC-Q SVC Light Power Quality Furnace Bus Voltage 60 > S S C / EAF S S C > 30 Net Power Increase With SVC-Q S S C / EAF S S C < 30 No Compensation Time The type of compensation needed for a particular EAF site can be estimated from the table above. SVC-Q compensates for the random variations in reactive power demand from an EAF.

5 4 Pst (10 min) EAF in operation *) SVC Light in operation 3. NC +919-856-2392 Utility PCC AC DC EAF LF SVC Light Possible EAF-bus configuration with SVC Light converter and capacitors. The unbalanced.com. The basis for SVC Light is a DC-to-AC voltage source converter that uses pulse width modulation (PWM).5 0 11: 49 25-maj 13: 49 25-maj 15: 49 25-maj 17: 49 25-maj 19: 49 25-maj 21: 49 25-maj 23: 49 25-maj 1: 49 26-maj 3: 49 26-maj 5: 49 26-maj 7: 49 26-maj 9: 49 26-maj 11: 49 26-maj 13: 49 26-maj 15: 49 26-maj 17: 49 26-maj 19: 49 26-maj 21: 49 26-maj 23: 49 26-maj 1: 49 27-maj 3: 49 27-maj 5: 49 27-maj 7: 49 27-maj 9: 49 27-maj 11: 49 27-maj 13: 49 27-maj *) *) *) Time/ Date For more information.5 5 4. Designed by ABB Inc. erratic nature of an electric arc furnace causes radical swings in reactive power demand. Existing mills forced to reduce production due to utility flicker concerns can benefit from the superior flicker suppression of SVC Light.5 2 1.5 3 2.Reactive Power Compensation SVC Light® Static Var Compensators have been used to improve electric arc furnace performance for many years. FEATURES Advantages Superior flicker suppression Stabilizes furnace bus voltages Shorter melt times Reduces electrode consumption Refractory savings Lower energy losses Eliminates power factor penalty charges Small footprint Relocatable 100% 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 AC EAF DC EAF 75% 60% 30% 20% AC EAF with SVC AC EAF with SVC Light 6 5.abb. 455 ABB . more green field sites can be considered for arc furnaces since SVC Light can alleviate flicker even on weaker areas of utility systems.5 1 0. Superior flicker mitigation is achieved by utilizing the fast speed of response (<1 ms) of SVC Light to continuously compensate rapid electric furnace variations. In addition. SVC Light improves furnace productivity similar to a traditional SVC and offers superior voltage flicker mitigation. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. which can ultimately result in irritating electric lamp flicker to neighboring utility customers. Raleigh.

the DUPS can be installed in conjunction with back-up generators. Operation of a DUPS is as follows: If the utility feeder voltage falls below a user-defined set point.16 — 34. The disconnect and converter output operations take less than 1 ⁄ 4 cycle which experience shows is fast enough to keep sensitive loads from dropping out. and outages. micro-turbine. The control system continuously monitors the utility voltage and reconnects the critical load when the utility voltage has returned to a user-defined specification. Flywheel. long-term energy supply system (diesel generator. Raleigh. ABB Inc.5 kV Detection and operation: 3 — 4 milliseconds 8 Power Quality 456 . The DUPS provides protection against voltage sags and interruptions for a specified period of time. NC +919-856-2392 Mains Solid State Switch Converter Energy Storage Load DUPS Scheme FEATURES Standard Battery energy storage One-minute ride-through IGCT solid-state converter Converter topology and control based on existing motor drive technology Water-cooled OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Additional ride-through capability Alternate energy storage (SMES. In addition. and a power electronic converter provides the necessary AC voltage.) Integrated. swells. the solid-state switch disconnects the load from the utility. etc. and fuel cells) Advantages Fewer unplanned process interruptions Better equipment and asset utilization Superior quality Less scrapped or wasted material Improved productivity Less downtime SPECIFICATIONS Rating: 1 — 100 MVA Voltage: 4.Power Quality Apparatus Sourced through Dynamic UPS (DUPS) The DUPS is the premier device for protecting a sensitive load from voltage sags.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.16 — 34.abb. By compensating for only the “missing” part of a voltage sag. outdoor installation Air conditioning SPECIFICATIONS Rating: 1 — 100 MVA Voltage: 4. ABB Inc. flywheel. NC +919-856-2392 FEATURES Standard Voltage regulation within ITIC (formerly CEBEMA) Individual phase regulation Subcycle response Capacitor energy storage Solid-state. 457 ABB . This system is series-connected and mitigates voltage sags by injecting the “missing” voltage during a disturbance. IGCT converter Converter topology and control based on existing motor drive technology 10 to 30 cycle ride-through Indoor installation Air-cooled Bypass and disconnect switchgear OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Alternate energy storage (SMES.Sourced through Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) The DVR is a power-quality solution for voltage sags and swells. The actual converter rating is determined by the voltage boost necessary to restore a worst-case voltage sag back to an acceptable range. Raleigh.5 kV Boost capability: 20% — 100% of nominal Detection and operation: 1 millisecond Booster Transformer Mains Load Advantages For utilities: Improved load factor Fewer customer complaints Additional revenue with “premium” rate structure Better customer satisfaction in a deregulated environment For industrial users: Fewer unplanned process interruptions Better equipment and asset utilization Superior quality Less scrapped or wasted material Improved productivity Less downtime Converter Energy Storage DVR Scheme For more information. and ultra-capacitors) Containerized.com. a DVR converter and energy storage can be of significantly lower rating than a DUPS protecting the same load. DVR response time is less than 1 millisecond.

The Dalles. technical audits. this experience enables a fast response when technical and administrative assistance is needed. and coordination support to all Power Systems’ projects throughout the useful equipment lifetime. As a result. service and support from ABB Power Systems provides comprehensive maintenance services. In addition. 8 Power Quality 458 . After sales. the engineers providing support have a detailed knowledge of system operation. administrative.Power Quality Apparatus Power Quality Customer Support Provided by ABB Inc. This commitment includes technical. including: Engineering and maintenance support Spare parts Preventive maintenance Corrective maintenance Emergency repairs A unique advantage of the ABB service and support organization is that its engineers have been involved in the construction and commissioning phases of the projects they support. and continuous on-site services to keep systems operating at optimum efficiency. Oregon +541-298-4161 Beyond the purchase and execution phase. ABB is committed to support projects after they are commissioned. ABB can also provide training programs.

4 — 24.5 300 and above 150 — 3600 300 and above 150 and above For more information. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.4 — 34. series compensation. development.4 — 765 2.5 2.com.abb. All capacitors are manufactured to the international quality standard of ISO 9001 and 14001 covering environmental.16 — 34. 459 ABB . repair.Capacitors ABB capacitors provide power suppliers and power purchasers with a simple and economical means for: increasing system capacity maintaining system voltage providing var support reducing system power losses correcting load power factor avoiding power factor penalties enhancing power quality ABB offers high-voltage capacitors for power systems rated 2. SVC. harmonic filtering. SELECTION GUIDE Product Single-Phase Capacitor Unit Open-Stack Substation Capacitor Bank Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Bank Harmonic Filter Systems Voltage Range (kV) 2.4 kV to 765 kV.5 4. and product design.9 kvar Features All-film capacitors for applications including shunt capacitors.4 — 34. and HVDC Offers an economical way to apply large blocks of three-phase reactive power (kvar) to a power system Provides an economical way to apply capacitors to a distribution feeder system Designed for distribution substation applications Reduces harmonic content and generates reactive power 50 — 1000 2.

Canada +418-650-9224 A capacitor bank’s protection system plays a critical role in preventing capacitor failures from causing substantial damage to other equipment or the capacitor bank itself. They are designed and coordinated to isolate internal faults at the element level and allow continued operation of the remaining elements of that capacitor unit. Advantages include reduced cost. less space. lower losses. Once a capacitor unit is removed. Concerns with excessive parallel energy and fuse limitations require the capacitors to be relatively small (average of 200 kvar). 8 Power Quality 460 . vermin resistant. account for this design’s excellent performance. Internally Fused Concept When it comes to internally fused capacitors. easy handling during removal and installation of large capacitors (for ABB Open-Stack Banks only) and lightweight aluminum. individually protected elements. and fewer live parts. Manufactured at ABB Inc. One fuse is connected in series with each element within the capacitor. Quebec. Part of that protection is the inherent characteristics of each of the capacitor technologies. Each technology is described below. therefore. Extensive field experience has conclusively proven that fuseless capacitor banks are highly reliable. FEATURES Concepts Externally Fused Concept This technology has been the technology of choice in North America for over 70 years due to its simplicity. ABB has developed reliable capacitor unit and bank designs utilizing all three (3) of today’s technologies. have many live parts subject to possible damage by animals. Capacitor Handling Device—allows safe. The internal design of fuseless capacitors (many elements in series) combined with the method by which the banks are connected (many “strings” of capacitor units in series). This design is particularly suited to harmonic filter applications. fewer live parts. This is possible due to a strong welding of the two foil electrodes within the failed element. ABB is recognized as the world leader with over 50 years of experience. lower installation and maintenance costs. less space. and lower installation and maintenance costs. CB10 Portable Capacitance Bridge—testing device for easy measurement of capacitance without disconnecting the capacitor leads within the capacitor bank. This overvoltage must be limited to a maximum value of 110% voltage. and externally fused open-stack substation capacitor banks. and have higher installation and maintenance costs. are more expensive. This results in a very small part of the capacitor being disconnected. A bank containing failed elements will operate continuously and withstand switching transients without rupturing the capacitor case. operates on 120 V or 240 V power supply. Although the external fuses provide a visual indication of a failure.Capacitors Capacitor Units Capacitor Unit Technologies Only ABB has the experience to offer the best protection technology for every application. the overall reliability is greatly enhanced. an overvoltage on the remaining parallel capacitors results. QC. The internal fuses are current-limiting fuses in action. The fundamental concept is that by dividing a large system into small. therefore. Fuseless Concept This concept was developed by ABB in the 1980s and is a result of the high reliability of today’s allfilm dielectric where capacitor case ruptures are a rare event. Maintenance Tools ABB has developed optionally available tools to assist in the maintenance of fuseless. Through many years of extensive R&D efforts and experience. internally fused. diminishing the possibility of continued arcing. Compared to other technologies. Advantages include higher reliability. or the bank must be tripped offline. banks tend to occupy more substation space. The bank design consists of many capacitor units connected in parallel. fuseless banks are most effectively applied at 46 kV and above. Each unit has its own fuse to disconnect a failed capacitor unit from the bank. the capacitor and the bank remain in service.

40°C. STANDARD FEATURES Nameplate with micro-farad value (exclusive) Nameplate positioned for easy reading (exclusive) Sand-blasting before painting for superior paint adhesion (exclusive) Long lasting two-coat. series compensation. HVDC. ABB capacitors meet the applicable ANSI/IEEE Standard 18 and NEMA CP1. ABB’s quality system is certified ISO 9001.abb. 461 ABB . our line of Heavy Duty Capacitors meet IEEE Standard 18 and NEMA CP1 but are also designed to pass a Transient Overvoltage Endurance Test at . As capacitors for series compensation. CSA or IEC standards can also be supplied. Heavy Duty Capacitors are ideal for fuseless shunt and harmonic filter applications. SVC. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Wildlife protectors for bushings Adapter brackets for matching existing “C” dimension For more information. epoxy.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.Single-Phase Capacitor Unit ABB all-film capacitors provide high quality and reliable service for a wide range of capacitor applications including shunt capacitors. Extensive dielectric research and development efforts have resulted in a design that significantly reduces partial discharge. Our line of Normal Duty Capacitors meet IEEE Standard 18 and NEMA CP1 and are suited for externally fused shunt applications. SVC and HVDC banks usually comply with other standards —normal or heavy duty capacitors may not be suitable for such applications (please consult with your local ABB sales representative). Similarly. and more. oven-cured paint process (exclusive) Folded foil electrodes for reduced partial discharge generation Extended foil soldering for superior adhesion and higher current withstand capability Durable solid terminal studs that prevent leaks APPLICATIONS ABB distinguishes between Normal Duty and Heavy Duty applications of power capacitors. harmonic filtering. In addition.

88 (175) 5.90 (150) 5.0 (559) 6.7) 8 462 . “F” Inches (mm) *Approximate weight based on 150 kV BIL bushing ±6 lbs.50 (140) 150 kV 23.50 (140) S450 78 (35) 82 (37) 18.0 (610) 6.0 (305) 6.7) X 0.2 (234) 6.50" (12.50 (140) S225 43 (20) 47 (21) 9.62 (295) 17.63" (397) SLOT 0.88 (175) 5.66" (220) E E 8.0 (635) 6.88 (175) 7.88 (175) 5.88 (175) 7.69" (17. “A” Inches (mm) Dim.63" (397) Power Quality 8.88 (175) 5.0 (457) 6.88 (175) 5.4) B A A B 2.50 (140) 2 Bushings Weight Lbs.00" (432) 13.00 (381) 8.0 (559) 6.88 (175) 5.0 (432) 6.50 (140) 200 kV 30.88 (175) 7.88 (175) 5.00 (178) F525 114 (52) 118 (54) 21.00 (356) 19.62 (600) 11.88 (175) 5.75 (502) S325 58 (26) 62 (28) 13.0 (508) 6.50" (343) 17.50 (140) S550 93 (42) 97 (44) 22.66" (220) M–16 THREAD CONNECTOR FOR #8 SOLID TO 2/0 STRANDED CONDUCTOR C± 1. (kg)* Dim. “C” Inches (mm) Case Size: 1 Bushing Weight Lbs.0 (483) 6.88 (175) 7.0 (406) 6. (kg)* S475 81 (37) 85 (39) 19.50" (12. “B” Inches (mm) Dim.88 (175) 5.50 (140) F500 109 (50) 113 (51) 20.50 (140) S150 31 (14) 35 (16) 6.0 (508) 6.00 (178) F600 129 (59) 133 (60) 24.50 (140) S375 66 (30) 70 (32) 15.88 (175) 5.50 (140) S600 101 (46) 105 (48) 24.88 (175) 5.50 (140) S625 105 (48) 109 (50) 25.50 (140) S300 54 (25) 58 (26) 12.0 (381) 6.0 (330) 6.50 (140) S175 35 (16) 39 (18) 7.00" (25.0 (584) 6.88 (175) 5.0 (533) 6.5) STAINLESS STEEL NAMEPLATE 15.0 (584) 6.0 (254) 6.50 (140) S250 47 (21) 51 (23) 10.88 (175) 5. “F” Inches (mm) Case Size: 1 Bushing Weight Lbs.0 (610) 6.00 (178) 2 Bushings Weight Lbs.0 (660) 6.50 (216) 14.4) C± 1.00 (178) F575 124 (56) 128 (58) 23.50 (140) S525 89 (40) 93 (42) 21.50 (140) S350 62 (28) 66 (30) 14. 15.88 (175) 5.70 (780) 14.17" (55) 13.0 (533) 6. “E” Inches (mm) Dim.40 (442) S275 51 (23) 55 (25) 11.00" (25. “A” Inches (mm) Dim.2 (208) 6.50 (140) S650 109 (50) 113 (51) 26.88 (175) 7.00 (178) F550 119 (54) 123 (56) 22.88 (175) 5.50 (140) S425 74 (34) 78 (35) 17.2 (183) 6.50" (343) 17.25 (362) S200 39 (18) 43 (20) 8.50 (140) S400 70 (32) 74 (34) 16.Capacitors Single-Phase Capacitor Unit SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Bushing BIL Bushing Creep Inches (mm) Dim.0 (356) 6.3 (160) 5. (kg)* Dim.50 (140) S500 85 (39) 89 (40) 20.0 (279) 6.88 (175) 5. “B” Inches (mm) Dim.88 (175) 5.88 (175) 5.88 (175) 5.50 (140) S575 97 (44) 101 (46) 23.88 (175) 5. (kg)* 95 kV 15.00" (432) F F + 0.

800 14. 1 Bushing — — — — — — — — — E0600C0954 E0600C0996 E0600C1140 E0600C1200 E0600C1247 E0600C1328 E0600C1380 E0600C1440 E0600E1328 E0600E1380 E0600E1440 E0600E1513 E0600E1720 E0600E1992 E0600E2080 E0600E2160 E0600E2280 E0600E2380 E0600E2494 Case Size Normal/Heavy S275/S275 S350/S350 S250/S275 S275/S275 S275/S300 S275/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S275/S275 S250/S275 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — — — — — — F525/F575 F525/F550 F525/F550 F525/F575 F500/F575 F525/F575 F500/F575 F500/F575 F525/F575 F525/F575 F525/F600 F525/F575 F525/F575 F525/F575 F525/F600 F525/F575 F525/F600 F550/F575 F525/F575 95 150 BIL kV 95 150 For more information.400 13.125 17.280 13.200 19.800 14.600 22.600 22. 1 Bushing E0050C0240 E0050C0277 E0050C0416 E0050C0480 E0050C0664 E0050C0720 E0050C0762 E0050C0796 E0050C0832 E0050C0954 E0050C0996 E0050C1140 E0050C1200 E0050C1247 E0050C1328 E0050C1380 E0050C1440 E0050E1328 E0050E1380 E0050E1440 E0050E1513 E0050E1720 E0050E1992 E0050E2080 — — — — 300 kvar Catalog No.000 12.400 13.800 14. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Externally Fused Design.280 13.800 23.800 21.800 14. 1 Bushing E0200C0240 E0200C0277 E0200C0416 E0200C0480 E0200C0664 E0200C0720 E0200C0762 E0200C0796 E0200C0832 E0200C0954 E0200C0996 E0200C1140 E0200C1200 E0200C1247 E0200C1328 E0200C1380 E0200C1440 E0200E1328 E0200E1380 E0200E1440 E0200E1513 E0200E1720 E0200E1992 E0200E2080 E0200E2160 E0200E2280 E0200E2380 E0200E2494 600 kvar Catalog No. 60 Hz — 50 kvar to 600 kvar Unit Voltage 2400 2770 4160 4800 6640 7200 7620 7960 8320 9540 9960 11.125 17.800 21. 1 Bushing E0100C0240 E0100C0277 E0100C0416 E0100C0480 E0100C0664 E0100C0720 E0100C0762 E0100C0796 E0100C0832 E0100C0954 E0100C0996 E0100C1140 E0100C1200 E0100C1247 E0100C1328 E0100C1380 E0100C1440 E0100E1328 E0100E1380 E0100E1440 E0100E1513 E0100E1720 E0100E1992 E0100E2080 — — — — 400 kvar Catalog No.940 Unit Voltage 2400 2770 4160 4800 6640 7200 7620 7960 8320 9540 9960 11.920 20.920 20. 1 Bushing — — — — E0400C0664 E0400C0720 E0400C0762 E0400C0796 E0400C0832 E0400C0954 E0400C0996 E0400C1140 E0400C1200 E0400C1247 E0400C1328 E0400C1380 E0400C1440 E0400E1328 E0400E1380 E0400E1440 E0400E1513 E0400E1720 E0400E1992 E0400E2080 E0400E2160 E0400E2280 E0400E2380 E0400E2494 Case Size Normal/Heavy S175/S175 S200/S200 S150/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S175/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 — — — — Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — S500/S525 S475/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S475/S500 S450/S500 S450/S525 S450/S500 S475/S500 S450/S500 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S500 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 150 kvar Catalog No. 1 Bushing — — — — — E0500C0720 E0500C0762 E0500C0796 E0500C0832 E0500C0954 E0500C0996 E0500C1140 E0500C1200 E0500C1247 E0500C1328 E0500C1380 E0500C1440 E0500E1328 E0500E1380 E0500E1440 E0500E1513 E0500E1720 E0500E1992 E0500E2080 E0500E2160 E0500E2280 E0500E2380 E0500E2494 Case Size Normal/Heavy S225/S225 S275/S275 S200/S225 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S250 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S250 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S225 S225/S250 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — — S575/S625 S550/S625 S550/S600 S500/S625 S550/S625 S550/S600 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S650 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 S550/S650 S575/S625 S575/S650 200 kvar Catalog No.800 24.SELECTOR GUIDE Single Bushing. 1 Bushing — — — E0300C0480 E0300C0664 E0300C0720 E0300C0762 E0300C0796 E0300C0832 E0300C0954 E0300C0996 E0300C1140 E0300C1200 E0300C1247 E0300C1328 E0300C1380 E0300C1440 E0300E1328 E0300E1380 E0300E1440 E0300E1513 E0300E1720 E0300E1992 E0300E2080 E0300E2160 E0300E2280 E0300E2380 E0300E2494 Case Size Normal/Heavy S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 — — — — Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — S375/S400 S400/S425 S375/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S375/S400 S375/S375 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S425 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 100 kvar Catalog No.940 BIL kV 50 kvar Catalog No.200 19.com.280 13.800 24.280 13.400 12.400 15.470 13.400 15.400 12. 463 ABB .800 23.000 12. 1 Bushing E0150C0240 E0150C0277 E0150C0416 E0150C0480 E0150C0664 E0150C0720 E0150C0762 E0150C0796 E0150C0832 E0150C0954 E0150C0996 E0150C1140 E0150C1200 E0150C1247 E0150C1328 E0150C1380 E0150C1440 E0150E1328 E0150E1380 E0150E1440 E0150E1513 E0150E1720 E0150E1992 E0150E2080 E0150E2160 E0150E2280 E0150E2380 E0150E2494 500 kvar Catalog No.abb. Single-Phase.470 13.

280 13.800 14. 2 Bushings — — — — — E0500D0720 E0500D0762 E0500D0796 E0500D0832 E0500D0954 E0500D0996 E0500D1140 E0500D1200 E0500D1247 E0500D1328 E0500D1380 E0500D1440 E0500F1328 E0500F1380 E0500F1440 E0500F1513 E0500F1720 E0500F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — — S575/S625 S550/S625 S550/S600 S500/S625 S550/S625 S550/S600 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S550/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S650 S575/S625 S575/S625 S575/S625 600 kvar Catalog No.400 12. 2 Bushings E0200D0240 E0200D0277 E0200D0416 E0200D0480 E0200D0664 E0200D0720 E0200D0762 E0200D0796 E0200D0832 E0200D0954 E0200D0996 E0200D1140 E0200D1200 E0200D1247 E0200D1328 E0200D1380 E0200D1440 E0200F1328 E0200F1380 E0200F1440 E0200F1513 E0200F1720 E0200F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy S275/S275 S350/S350 S250/S275 S275/S275 S275/S300 S275/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S250/S275 S275/S275 S250/S275 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 S275/S300 95 125 Unit Voltage 2400 2770 4160 4800 6640 7200 7620 7960 8320 9540 9960 11. 2 Bushings E0150D0240 E0150D0277 E0150D0416 E0150D0480 E0150D0664 E0150D0720 E0150D0762 E0150D0796 E0150D0832 E0150D0954 E0150D0996 E0150D1140 E0150D1200 E0150D1247 E0150D1328 E0150D1380 E0150D1440 E0150F1328 E0150F1380 E0150F1440 E0150F1513 E0150F1720 E0150F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy S225/S225 S275/S275 S200/S225 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S200/S225 S200/S225 S225/S225 S225/S225 S225/S250 S225/S250 S225/S225 S225/S250 200 kvar Catalog No.400 12.920 BIL kV 50 kvar Catalog No. 2 Bushings — — — — E0400D0664 E0400D0720 E0400D0762 E0400D0796 E0400D0832 E0400D0954 E0400D0996 E0400D1140 E0400D1200 E0400D1247 E0400D1328 E0400D1380 E0400D1440 E0400F1328 E0400F1380 E0400F1440 E0400F1513 E0400F1720 E0400F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — S500/S525 S475/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S450/S500 S475/S500 S450/S500 S450/S525 S450/S500 S475/S500 S450/S500 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S525 S475/S500 500 kvar Catalog No.470 13.800 14.000 12.280 13. 2 Bushings E0100D0240 E0100D0277 E0100D0416 E0100D0480 E0100D0664 E0100D0720 E0100D0762 E0100D0796 E0100D0832 E0100D0954 E0100D0996 E0100D1140 E0100D1200 E0100D1247 E0100D1328 E0100D1380 E0100D1440 E0100F1328 E0100F1380 E0100F1440 E0100F1513 E0100F1720 E0100F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy S175/S175 S200/S200 S150/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S175/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S150/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 S175/S175 150 kvar Catalog No.200 19. Single-Phase.200 19.125 17. 2 Bushings E0050D0240 E0050D0277 E0050D0416 E0050D0480 E0050D0664 E0050D0720 E0050D0762 E0050D0796 E0050D0832 E0050D0954 E0050D0996 E0050D1140 E0050D1200 E0050D1247 E0050D1328 E0050D1380 E0050D1440 E0050F1328 E0050F1380 E0050F1440 E0050F1513 E0050F1720 E0050F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S150/S150 S175/S175 S175/S175 100 kvar Catalog No.Capacitors Manufactured at Single-Phase Capacitor Unit SELECTOR GUIDE ABB Inc. 2 Bushings — — — — — — — — — E0600D0954 E0600D0996 E0600D1140 E0600D1200 E0600D1247 E0600D1328 E0600D1380 E0600D1440 E0600F1328 E0600F1380 E0600F1440 E0600F1513 E0600F1720 E0600F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — — — — — — — F525/F575 F525/F550 F525/F550 F525/F575 F500/F575 F525/F575 F500/F575 F500/F575 F525/F575 F525/F575 F525/F600 F525/F575 F525/F575 F525/F575 95 Power Quality 125 8 464 .000 12.400 15.125 17.400 15. Externally Fused Design.280 13. Quebec City. 60 Hz — 50 kvar to 600 kvar Unit Voltage 2400 2770 4160 4800 6640 7200 7620 7960 8320 9540 9960 11.800 14.800 14.280 13.400 13.470 13. 2 Bushings — — — E0300D0480 E0300D0664 E0300D0720 E0300D0762 E0300D0796 E0300D0832 E0300D0954 E0300D0996 E0300D1140 E0300D1200 E0300D1247 E0300D1328 E0300D1380 E0300D1440 E0300F1328 E0300F1380 E0300F1440 E0300F1513 E0300F1720 E0300F1992 Case Size Normal/Heavy — — — S375/S400 S400/S425 S375/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S375/S400 S375/S375 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S350/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S425 S375/S400 S375/S400 S375/S400 400 kvar Catalog No.400 13.920 BIL kV 300 kvar Catalog No. Canada +418-650-7629 Double Bushing.

In addition. Racks are factoryassembled from galvanized steel or aluminum for strong support and maximum resistance to corrosion. internally fused. gang. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.Capacitor Banks Open-Stack Substation Capacitor Bank 1200 kvar and above. current-limiting reactors for back-to-back switching CTs and PTs for unbalanced protection schemes Complete unbalance protection package Ground switch. all-film. Canada +418-650-9224 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Available unit designs: • Externally Fused • Internally Fused • Fuseless Galvanized steel or aluminum racks Edge-mounted or upright-mounted (capacitors) rack design Elevating support structure Extra creepage on insulators and/or capacitor bushings Switching—Oil or vacuum Circuit breaker switching for full protection capability Soft switching with synchronous closing control In-rush. low-loss capacitor units Faradol biodegradable dielectric fluid Folded foil electrodes for reduced partial discharges Designed and tested per IEEE Standard 18 and NEMA CP1 Galvanized steel racks for superior strength and resistance to corrosion Factory-assembled and wired racks Vertical or edge-mounted configurations For more information. ABB’s quality system is certified ISO 9001. A complete line of accessories is available for customizing designs in order to meet specific requirements. fuseless. Manufactured at ABB Inc. ABB offers reliable protection utilizing externally fused. and connected for three-phase operation. Capacitor units are singlephase. 465 ABB .com. Outdoors ABB’s open-stack shunt capacitor banks offer an economical way to apply large blocks of three-phase reactive power (kvar) to a power system.4 kV — 765 kV 60 or 50 Hz. and fuseless designs) STANDARD FEATURES Long life. QC. These banks meet the applicable ANSI/IEEE. or internally fused technology to suit the most demanding applications. CSA. all-film dielectric.abb. or hook-stick operated type Disconnect switch Key interlock system Surge protection arresters Seismic analysis for special applications Capacitor lifting device for large units to facilitate maintenance ABB CB -10 Portable Test Device for locating a failed capacitor unit without disconnecting unit leads (can be used with externally fused. or IEC standards. 2. Quebec.

Capacitors Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank ABB pole-mounted capacitor banks provide an economical way to apply capacitors to a distribution feeder system. voltage. ABB’s quality system is ISO 9001 certified. single-phase capacitors connected for three-phase operation. Banks are fixed or switched-type and utilize all-film. temp. single-phase. STANDARD FEATURES Insulated conductors PVC junction box (UV protected) Wildlife protectors to insulate terminals of capacitor. or IEC standards. junction box.5 kVA (specify larger. etc.5 kV kvar Rating: 150 — 3600 kvar Rack Type: In-line. factory assembled. welded structural aluminum Capacitors: All-film. var. arrester. In addition. and cable assembly with 5-pin connector Control Transformer—0. and shipped ready for installation. These banks are pre-wired. if required) Surge Protection—MOV-type lightning arresters Switching Controller—time. switch. low-loss dielectric Wiring: Factory pre-wired and assembled 8 Power Quality 466 . ABB capacitors meet the applicable ANSI/IEEE. and CPT Normal duty type capacitors OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Switching—Oil or vacuum.4 kV — 34. CSA. Self-standing frame Anti-sway device SPECIFICATIONS Voltage Rating: 2.

4 6T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — — — — — 21.4 150 300 450 600 900 1200 1350 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 40K 65K — — — — — — — — — — — — — UNGROUNDED ISOLATED BANKS System kV (Line-to-Line) 4.5 6T 8T 10T 12T 15T 20T 20T 25T 30T 40T 40T 50K 50K 50T 65K kvar 2.47 8T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 65K 65K — — — — — — — 13.8 20T 40K 50K 65K — — — — — — — — — — — 7.0 6T 8T 12T 20T 25K 30T 40K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — — 23.0 6T 8T 10T 15T 20T 30T 40K 40K 50K 50K 65K 65K 80K — — 23.16 20K 40K 65K — — — — — — — — — — — — 4.com.8 6T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — — — — — 14.5 6T 6T 10T 10T 15T 20T 20T 25T 30T 30T 40T 50K 50K 50T 65K For more information. 467 ABB .2 8T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — — — — — 13.32 10T 20T 30K 40K 65K — — — — — — — — — — 12.47 8T 15T 20T 25K 40K 50K 65K 80K — — — — — — — 13.2 12T 25K 40K 50K 80K — — — — — — — — — — 8.9 6T 8T 10T 15T 25K 30K 40K 40K 50K 50K 65K 65K 100K — — 24.4 6T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — — — — — 21.32 10T 20T 30K 40K 65K — — — — — — — — — — 12.6 6T 8T 12T 20T 25K 40K 40K 40K 50K 65K 65K 100K — — — 23.2 12T 25K 40K 50K 65K — — — — — — — — — — 8. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.16 20T 40K 65K — — — — — — — — — — — — 4.8 20K 40K 50K 80K — — — — — — — — — — — 7.8 6T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 65K 65K 100K — — — — — — 14.9 6T 8T 10T 15T 20T 30K 30K 40K 40K 50K 65K 65K 80K 100K — 34.4 150 300 450 600 900 1200 1350 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 40K 100K — — — — — — — — — — — — — kvar 4.abb.9 6T 8T 10T 15T 20T 25T 30K 30T 40T 50K 50K 65K 65K 80K — 34.9 6T 8T 10T 15T 20T 25T 30K 40K 40K 50K 50K 65K 80K — — 24.SPECIFICATIONS Recommended Group Fusing GROUNDED ISOLATED BANKS System kV (Line-to-Line) 2.2 8T 12T 20T 25K 40K 50K 65K 65K — — — — — — — 13.6 6T 10T 12T 20T 25K 30K 40K 40K 50K 50K 65K 65K — — — 23.

5 (40.5 (40.25 (413) 20 (508) H 35. 125 kV BIL Oil switches and PT shown Power Quality Figure 3: Typical 9-unit rack.48) 300 kvar: 70 lbs.43 (900) 36.6 (295) 14 (355) C 15 (375) 16.53) Oil Switches 120 (54.41) Control Transformer 90 (41) 90 (41) 90 (41) * Approximate capacitor unit weight: 50 kvar: 35 lbs.48) 120 (54. Quebec City.Capacitors Manufactured at Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights Bushing (kV) 95/110 125/150 170/200 Dimensions Inches (mm) — See Figure 4 B 8. each 150 kvar: 50 lbs.41) 3.90) 17 (7. each 100 kvar: 40 lbs. press 2 Approximate Weight Lbs. 125 kV BIL Oil switches and PT shown Figure 4: Typical side view 8 468 . each Junction Box 3.68 (932) 40.41) 3. 125 kV BIL Oil switches and PT shown Figure 2: Typical 6-unit rack. (kg) Rack Size 3-Unit 6-Unit 9-Unit Capacitor (each) * * * Alum.48) 120 (54. each Figure 1: Typical 3-unit rack. Rack 13 (5.5 (215) 11. each 200 kvar: 55 lbs.43 (1027) ABB Inc. Canada +418-650-7629.5 (40.72) 32 (14. each 400 kvar: 85 lbs.

will monitor element failures and provide protective bank alarm and trip signals to the main assembly switching device. This feature makes the SIKAP design. heaters. or air filters. animals.or 4-hole NEMA pads Low-maintenance design Cost effective OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Top bushing entry Safety ground switch Switching—Oil or vacuum Multiple step configurations In-rush. birds. Should a capacitor element fail. etc. QC.” The enclosed design provides protection against accidental contact by humans. Quebec. SIKAP utilizes internally fused capacitors for greater availability and reliability. No fencing or other type of external barrier is required in the substation. Manufactured at ABB Inc. SIKAP is a self-cooled. Available in ratings of 5. provided with the SIKAP. thus reducing downtime and operation and maintenance costs. resulting in a very small capacitance change. this unique. outdoor metal enclosure. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. with its internally fused capacitors.Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Bank SIKAP SIKAP is a dead-front capacitor bank designed for distribution substation applications. ready to be secured to its foundation. low maintenance bank. Canada +418-650-9224 STANDARD FEATURES Outdoor-design metal enclosure Compact configuration CT for unbalance protection Bottom cable entry: 2.8 Mvar. even more valuable for harmonic filter applications.abb. It’s almost as simple as “plugging it in. with no requirements for fans. A simple protection scheme.com. 15. that element is isolated from others within the individual unit. and 28 kV up to 28. 469 ABB . permitting its installation in locations where space is at a premium. compact design comes completely factory-assembled and tested in a heavy duty. SIKAP is often less than one-half the size of a conventional externally fused bank. current-limiting reactors for back-to-back switching Var or current controller for power factor correction Harmonic filtering designs available For more information.

Saint-Laurent Quebec. Many of the loads on power systems such as variable speed drives. ABB Inc. internally fused capacitor technology. and design and manufacture of harmonic filters. Canada +514-856-6222 +514-856-6266 FEATURES Standard Harmonic Filter Systems Externally fused or internally fused available Tuning reactors: air-core or iron-core available Open-stack or metal-enclosed Multiple branches Indoor and outdoor banks Open-Stack Filter Bank APPLICATIONS DC arc furnace and rolling mills Rectifiers for electrochemical and electrowinning processes Pulp and paper mills Variable speed drive systems Electric utilities As part of Power Quality Solutions ABB Services Provided Fully guaranteed system solution Harmonic measurements Filter analysis and design Equipment specification Supply of filter equipment Filter startup and commissioning Turnkey installation OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Protection and control Metal-enclosed capacitor and reactor Switched capacitor Synchronized switching devices Power Quality ABB Experience ABB has over 50 years of experience in the area of harmonic studies. With leading edge. converters. ABB has supplied harmonic filters to industries worldwide with installations on all continents. welding equipment.Capacitors Manufactured at Harmonic Filter Systems Modern industrial processes place high demands on electric power supply quality. transformers. This is particularly crucial for high-pulse rectifier drives and both AC and DC arc furnaces. and cables overloading and failure of untuned capacitors damage or malfunctioning electronic equipment voltage fluctuations and interruptions Tuned harmonic filters eliminate these problems by reducing the harmonic content and generating reactive power. equipment specification. ABB can obtain sharper harmonic frequency tuning tolerances than with conventional externally fused technology. Some of the problems that may occur due to excessive harmonic currents are: overheating of motors. and arc furnaces generate harmonics. rectifiers. SIKAP Dead-Front Filter Bank 470 8 .

471 ABB . Low loss dielectric.com. The increased reliability of modern power systems is paramount. As end-user expectations of power quality become greater. Low inductance.75 µF 25 — 300 kvar Features High reliability. Power factor correction Low loss dielectric units with dust-proof cover and stud mounted fuses.abb.8 25 — 1200 kvar Induction Heating and Melting Applications Capacitors Spectrum Power Electronic Capacitors Up to 3 Up to 50 Up to 400 kvar Up to 15 kj For more information. The range of Specialty Capacitors available include surge capacitors. low inductance and low loss characteristics. the importance of capacitors has increased. Comprehensive range High energy density. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. DC capacitors Capacitor Assemblies 2. The advancement of power semiconductor technology has also required capacitors with high energy density. induction heating and melting application capacitors. capacitor assemblies.8 µF/kvar/kj 0. three-phase capacitors.4 — 4. Power factor correction.4 — 24 2.4 — 4.08 — 0. Specialty Capacitors are designed and manufactured to enhance the performance and safety of electrical plants. and spectrum power electronic capacitors. Insulation protection on rotating machines and transformers Low loss dielectric.Specialty Capacitors ABB’s Specialty Capacitors are used in a diverse range of applications from power quality to induction heating and melting. Common to each Specialty Capacitor is a design and manufacturing process that results in the customers receiving a product that meets their specific technical and economic needs. SELECTION GUIDE Product Surge Capacitors Three-Phase Capacitors Voltage Range (kV) 2.

The ESG capacitors are built for the most demanding conditions and offer: High transient voltage withstand Long life design Low loss dielectric Rugged construction STANDARD FEATURES All-film low loss dielectric Faradol Non-PCB insulating fluid Indoor or outdoor mounting Mount in any position: upright. however. side. or inverted Internal discharge resistors Hermetically sealed unit SPECIFICATIONS Low-loss polypropylene film and aluminum foil Non-PCB dielectric fluid— FARADOL 600 Discharge resistors to reduce the residual voltage to less than 50 V in 5 minutes of de-energization Designed for indoor/outdoor use with an ambient temperature range of -40°C to +46°C Stainless steel case ANSI 70 light gray paint APPLICATIONS Surge protection for: Large motors and generators MV Switchgear and Motor Control Centers Large transformers 8 Power Quality 472 .Specialty Capacitors Surge Capacitors Type ESG Surge Capacitors are designed to modify the steep fronted waves and prevent damage to the turn-toturn insulation of rotating machines and transformers. It is advisable to use surge arresters together with the surge capacitor units to form a comprehensive protective package (please contact your ABB sales representative for further information). Standard ratings and dimensions are shown here. special requirements can be accommodated on an extended lead-time.

5 (342.43 (137.9) 15.02 (153) 9.96) 1.12 (28.5 (342.5 (342.88) 16.Sourced through ABB Inc.89) 1.09 (180) 11.02) 5.000 14.28 8.800 No.812 (427.17 (233) 10.3) (114.43 (137. 473 ABB . Raleigh. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.com. Reference ESG3180A01 ESG3180A02 ESG3180A03 ESG3180A04 ESG3180A05 ESG3180A06 ESG3180A07 ESG3180A09 ESG3180A15 Rated Voltage 7200/4160 7200 13.02 (280) 10.812 (427.5 (114.46 (215) 8.46 (215) Weight Lbs.45) 4.46 (215) 11.000 24. (kg) 42 (19) 22 (10) 26 (12) 40 (18) 50 (23) 49 (22) 22 (10) 49 (22) 46 (21) Figure 1 4.04 (255) 11.9) 15.625 (396.800/7960 13.66 (219.800 24.54 (39.825 (401.45 (113) 6.11) A A 13.083 0.92) A 13.02) 5.92) For more information.500 0.5 (342.812 (427.92) Figure 3 8.9) 15.14 (283) 7.250 0.96) 16.09) B B A 13.130 0.66 (219.43 (137.61 (295) 11.72 (196.12) 7.9) 15.500 0.94) Figure 2 15.625 (396.400 4160/2400 13. Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).54 (39.09 (180) 4.74 (222) (261.46 (215) — — 8.500 0.02) 5.5 4.250 0.3) 1. NC +1-877-519-8800 (sales) +1-877-511-4222 (service) SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.12) Figure 4 8.75 (273) — 8.84 (122.812 (427.54 (39.02) 5.750 Figure 2 3 3 3 3 4 1 2 3 A B Inches (mm) Inches (mm) 7.abb.92) 13.96) 16.96) 1.12) 10.98 (405.61 (295) 8.500 0.43 (137.88) 16.825 (401. of Poles 3 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 µ Per Pole 0.

87 (387) 17.14 (283) 11. or 4800 V.04 (294) 12.3) 4.02) 5.42 (163) 8.98 (390) 16.5 125 Reference 2400 V HKW24025 HKW24050 HKW24075 HKW24100 HKW24112 HKW24125 HKW24137 HKW24150 HKW24175 HKW24200 — — — — Reference 4160 V HKW41025 HKW41050 HKW41075 HKW41100 HKW41112 HKW41125 HKW41137 HKW41150 HKW41175 HKW41200 HKW41225 HKW41250 HKW41275 HKW41300 Reference 4800 V HKW48025 HKW48050 HKW48075 HKW48100 HKW48112 HKW48125 HKW48137 HKW48150 HKW48175 HKW48200 HKW48225 HKW48250 HKW48275 HKW48300 15.30 (398) 17.44 (426) 19.70 (505) 22. NC +1-877-519-8800 (sales) +1-877-511-4222 (service) SPECIFICATIONS Low-loss polypropylene film and aluminum foil Non-PCB dielectric fluid — FARADOL 600 Discharge resistors to reduce the residual voltage to less than 50 V in 5 minutes of de-energization Designed for indoor use with an ambient temperature range of -40°C to +46°C Stainless steel case ANSI 70 light gray paint Available with top cover on request or with top cover and 3-line fuses (Type HKE) .5 (114. Sourced through ABB Inc.88) 16.35 (263) 11.57 (243) 10.41 (352) 15.43 (137.94 (438) 19.5 (342.62 (332) 14. Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).3) 4. 4160 V. Other kvar outputs and voltages are available upon request.Specialty Capacitors Three-Phase Units Type HKW The HKW units are three-phase industrial power capacitors with standard ratings of 25 to 300 kvar in either 2400 V.63 (601) 474 Weight Lbs.85 (582) 24.78 (223) 9.04 (294) 12. (kg) 35 (16) 35 (16) 37 (17) 42 (19) 46 (21) 49 (22) 53 (24) 55 (25) 64 (29) 68 (31) 75 (34) 83 (37) 90 (41) 94 (42) Power Quality 137.00 (203) 8.812 (427.29 (363) 15. HKW capacitor units meet or exceed all applicable requirements of NEMA CP1 and ANSI/IEEE 18 for high-voltage capacitors.27 (543) 23.42 (163) 6.8 (121.13 (467) 20.19 (371) 15.10 (333) 14. Raleigh.84 (313) 13.5 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 8 .54 (293) 13.92) A Inches (mm) 6.92) B A 13.625 (396. Output (kvar) 25 50 75 100 112.80 (483) B Inches (mm) 12.02 (464) 19.9) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.7) unc Thread 4.5 (114.5 (12.

125 (232) 9. 475 ABB .92) APPLICATIONS Power Factor Correction for: Industrial Plants Commercial Facilities OEM Equipment Requiring Power Factor Correction A 13. (kg) 51 (23) 51 (23) 53 (24) 58 (26) 65 (29) 71 (32) 80 (36) 84 (38) 119 (54) 91 (41) — *Available in 4.57 (243) 15. 17.3 (668) 32.2 (589) 23.87 (403) B Inches (mm) 23.625 (396.3) 8.125 (232) 9.43 (137.8 (121.2) C .92) SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.125 (435) 9.5 4.125 (232) 17. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.125 (232) Approx.8 (630) 25.125 (232) 9.78 (223) 10.1 (688) 27.5 (114.9) 15.88) 5.0 (787) 26.5 (12.43 (137.92) 5.9 (709) 29.7) unc Thread B 4.43 (137.125 (232) 9. HKW capacitor units meet or exceed all applicable requirements of NEMA CP1 and ANSI/IEEE 18 for highvoltage capacitors. depending on the total kvar output Direct stud-mounted fuses (1⁄ 2" UNC) 1 per phase Bushing enclosure and cover Assemblies are dust-proof and weatherproof.65 (829) C Inches (mm) 9.125 (232) 9.8 kV (continued on next page) For more information.42 (163) 8.29 (363) 9.2 (589) 24.abb. Weight Lbs. Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).com.125 (232) 9.Assembled Banks Type HKE All HKE assemblies include: 1 to 4 Three-Phase Capacitor Units type ‘HKW’.35 (263) 11.5 (648) 27.3) (114.54 (293) 13. Part Number 2400 V* HKE24025 HKE24050 HKE24075 HKE24100 HKE24125 HKE24150 HKE24175 HKE24200 HKE24225 Part Number 4160 V* HKE41025 HKE41050 HKE41075 HKE41100 HKE41125 HKE41150 HKE41175 HKE41200 — HKE41225 Rated (kvar) 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 225 No.98) 4.42 (163) 6.0 (203. of Units 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Unit (kvar) 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 112.9 (759) 31.00 (203) 8.5 225 A Inches (mm) 6.125 (232) 9.92) 5.10 (333) 14.125 (434.5 (342.92) 5.43 (137.

87 (403) 10.90 (709) 35.31 (846) 27.125 (841) 33.Specialty Capacitors Assembled Banks Type HKE Sourced through ABB Inc.67 (906) 32.60 (701) 34.125 (638) 33. (kg) 125 (56) 99 (45) 133 (60) 106 (48) 137 (62) 110 (50) 155 (70) 163 (73) 203 (91) 177 (80) 245 (110) 193 (87) 261 (117) 207 (93) 242 (109) 215 (97) 263 (118) 305 (137) 282 (127) 321 (144) 308 (139) 320 (144) 381 (171) 409 (184) 425 (191) — HKE41250 — HKE24275 — HKE41275 — HKE24300 — HKE41300 HKE41350 HKE41400 — HKE24350 HKE24400 HKE24450 — HKE41450 — HKE24500 — HKE41500 — HKE24550 — HKE41550 — HKE24600 — HKE41600 HKE41675 — — HKE24700 — HKE41750 — HKE24800 — HKE41835 HKE41900 HKE411000 HKE411100 HKE411200 — Power Quality — — — — *Available in 4.90 (759) 31.54 (293) 15.29 (363) 19.02 (483) 19.10 (333) 14.125 (435) 33.89 (886) 27.125 (435) 9.44 (443) 11.10 (688) 33.14 (283) 19.125 (638) 33.8 kV 8 476 .125 (435) 25.80 (503) 13.125 (435) 17.90 (709) 32.125 (841) 25. Dimensions are specified in inches (mm).35 (263) 17.125 (638) 17.125 (841) Approx.87 (403) 13.125 (841) 33.29 (363) 11.31 (846) 34.80 (503) 17. Raleigh.67 (906) 33.125 (232) 17.89 (886) 35.125 (435) 9.35 (263) 17. of Units 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 3 2 4 2 4 2 3 2 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 Unit kvar 125 250 137.02 (483) 11.125 (638) 33.125 (232) 17.02 (483) 14.31 (846) 27.80 (503) B Inches (mm) 27.80 (503) 15.14 (283) 19. NC +1-877-519-8800 (sales) +1-877-511-4222 (service) SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Standard Design Dimensions and Weights All dimensions and weights are approximate.125 (841) 17.02 (483) 19.125 (841) 25.60 (701) 34.5 275 200 300 225 175 250 200 275 300 250 275 300 A Inches (mm) 10.89 (886) 35.00 (787) 34.44 (443) 19.67 (906) C Inches (mm) 17.5 275 150 300 175 200 150 225 125 250 137.00 (787) 35.54 (293) 19.125 (638) 25.31 (846) 31.125 (232) 17.44 (443) 11.125 (435) 33.00 (787) 27.125 (435) 25.89 (886) 31.67 (906) 29.65 (829) 27.29 (363) 19.65 (829) 29.10 (333) 17.10 (688) 33.44 (443) 14. Weight Lbs.125 (841) 17.90 (759) 33. Part Number 2400 V* HKE24250 Part Number 4160 V* Rated kvar 250 250 275 275 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 500 550 550 600 600 675 700 750 800 835 900 1000 1100 1200 No.125 (841) 17.125 (435) 33.125 (435) 9.

477 ABB .Sourced through Induction Heating and Melting Applications ABB offers a competitive product for power frequency (50 or 60 Hz) and voltages up to 3600 V. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. NC +1-877-519-8800 (sales) +1-877-511-4222 (service) STANDARD FEATURES All capacitor units meet IEC 60 110 or VDE 0560 Part 9. Each capacitor element has an internal fuse to disconnect the element at the end-of-life failure. The capacitor case is aluminum plain. The capacitor case is Zinc Electroplated Mild steel and is painted with a waterborne. all-film dielectric.component epoxy containing micaceous iron oxide and color pigment. 3600 V 60 Hz. unpainted with dead-case. FLMD capacitors are based upon the worldwide established non-impregnated. FKD/FKC air-cooled capacitor units are an extremely reliable low-loss range for induction melting and heating applications. 2 . 3000 V FLMD 60 Hz. This allows the remaining elements to continue operating while extending the unit life.abb. and has a dead-water connection. 3000 V 60 Hz. All units are manufactured as standard or custom designed to best suit the installation. 500 V Type Suitability For more information. The units have internal element fuses as standard.component epoxy containing micaceous iron oxide and color pigment. low-voltage Advance range. Designed for indoor use only. All capacitor units have FKB Power frequency and water-cooled capacitors with low-loss.com. metallized. Discharge resistors are fitted to reduce the residual voltage to less than 50 V within 1 minute of de-energization. SPECIFICATIONS Range of Products Description No Impregnant Metallized air-cooled units Liquid Impregnant Film/Foil air-cooled units with internal fuses Film/Foil air-cooled units without internal fuses Film/Foil water-cooled units with internal fuses FKD FKC FKB 60 Hz. FKD units are equipped with internal element fuses to ensure that at the end of life only the defective element is disconnected and the remaining elements continue operating. Both capacitor units are provided with internally connected discharge resistors to reduce the residual voltage to less than 50 V within 5 minutes of de-energization. dielectric. ABB Inc. Designed for indoor use only. The capacitor case is stainless steel and is painted with a waterborne 2 . Raleigh. Designed for indoor use only.

APPLICATIONS Typical DC applications for our Spectrum Power Electronic Capacitors are: Traction drives Static frequency converters Advanced AVCs Integrated power converters Dynamic voltage restorers Inverter drives 8 Power Quality 478 . our capacitors need minimum maintenance and will not deteriorate electrically beyond customer specifications. Raleigh. Our ongoing R&D program is focused on enhancing current products while looking to the future for new applications and techniques. including extremely low inductance units. self-fusing designs to achieve a high reliability device that is capable of withstanding a variety of operating and environmental conditions. Our capacitors are manufactured in a number of formats to the customer’s requirements. During their extensive life.or resin-filled High ambient temperature withstand Suitable for mounting in any direction Fully vibration tested Self-protecting High ripple current ratings Advanced manufacturing techniques Manufactured above IEC standards Sourced through ABB Inc. at full-rated conditions. and new markets are constantly emerging for these devices. NC +1-877-519-8800 (sales) +1-877-511-4222 (service) SPECIFICATIONS Technology Our current metallized capacitor units utilize specific self-healing. Each capacitor is conditioned to maintain its performance over the customer’s required working life.Specialty Capacitors Spectrum Power Electronic Capacitors Metallized Technology Range Type ESF and ESR for DC Applications With the advancement of Power Semi-Conductor technology the requirements for capacitors has changed dramatically. The benefits of choosing Spectrum are: High-energy density Low weight and volume Less than 30 nH inductance for necessary applications Oil.

abb.6 1.5 3.3/2.5 23.8 CLC 2.0 6 — 25 15 90 60 0.0 4.5 8.Capacitor Fuses Capacitor fuses are definite purpose fuses specifically designed for protecting power capacitors.25 1. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and IEC standards. SELECTION GUIDE Type Indoor CLN 0.2 1.80 N/A 88 50 Combination Combination (continued on next page) 25 — 225 25 — 175 25 — 175 25 — 75 25 — 130 25 — 75 15 — 65 8 — 40 200 115 40 35 35 60 40 60 N/A 1.90 25 50 80 80 100 80 77 75 Current-Limiting Current-Limiting Current-Limiting Current-Limiting Current-Limiting Current-Limiting Combination Combination Voltage Rating (kV) Rated Current (A) Interrupting Capability lind (kA) lcap (kA) Discharge Capability Kilojoules Type For more information. Fuses are available for indoor/outdoor and low-/high-voltage applications.25 1.25 1.25 2.com.3 CIL 15.5 5. The design features and manufacturing techniques for ABB capacitor fuses are a result of more than 50 years of experience applying fuses for power capacitor installations.25 1.90 2. 479 ABB . IEEE. ABB offers a full range of capacitor fuses that are designed and tested to adhere to NEMA.

0 1.9 2.0 0.0 90.0 40.9 2.8 2.0 5.4 > 1.0 0.4 30 30 30 85 77 75 88 50 No Limit No Limit No Limit No Limit No Limit No Limit No Limit Expulsion Expulsion Expulsion Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination 8 Power Quality 480 .0 60.0 0.6 26.7 CXP 16.0 CLXP 10.0 2.0 20.1 0.4 > 1.8 > 1.0 0.5 40.0 60.4 > 1.9 2.0 25.0 2.Capacitor Fuses SELECTION GUIDE Type Outdoor 9.0 0.8 5.3 15.4 > 1.0 15.5 5.0 0.5 23.9 2.0 Voltage Rating (kV) (continued) Rated Current (A) Interrupting Capability lind (kA) lcap (kA) Discharge Capability Kilojoules Type 6 — 100 6 — 50 6 — 50 25 — 80 15 — 65 8 — 40 6 — 25 6 — 20 15 — 33 8 — 33 6 — 33 15 — 33 10 — 33 8 — 33 8 — 33 10.5 COL 8.2 2.4 > 1.0 0.0 8.4 > 1.3 0.

0 7.5 10. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Rating (A) 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 Interrupting Capacity (A) 200.0 40.0 25.and three-phase capacitors in metal enclosed equipment. non-indicating.000 Style Number 4991C27A01 4991C27A02 4991C27A03 4991C27A04 4991C27A05 4991C27A06 4991C27A07 4991C27A08 4991C27A09 SPECIFICATIONS Fuse Current Ratings (For typical applications) Single-Phase Units 1-Phase (kvar) 2.0 60.0 240 V 25 A 50 50 75 125 150 175 25 A 25 50 50 75 100 100 125 150 175 175 200 25 A 50 50 75 75 100 100 125 125 150 175 480 V 600 V 3-Phase (kvar) 2.abb.0 20. full-range.0 35.000 200. and non-disconnecting.000 200.000 200. Greensboro.0 50.0 45. current-limiting capacitor fuse.0 Three-Phase Units 240 V 25 A 25 50 50 75 100 100 25 A 25 50 50 50 50 75 75 100 100 100 125 25 A 25 25 50 50 50 75 75 75 100 100 480 V 600 V Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions.000 200.0 25. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852. 481 ABB .0 50.Indoor CLN.0 20. single.0 15.0 35. These fuses are current-limiting. It is designed for indoor use or in an enclosure.5 5.000 200.com. Manufactured at ABB Inc.000 200.0 30. For more information. protected from outdoor weather conditions.000 200.0 40. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.000 200. Current-Limiting.0 45. 600 V.0 30.0 15.5 10.0 60. The primary application of these fuses is individual unit fusing of low-voltage. Non-Indicating The Type CLN Fuse is a 600 Volt.0 7.5 5.

5 kV ratings).65 x kvar kV Three-Phase Units: A rating 1.000 35.000 60. Indicating 25 50 75 100 120 135 150 165 175 115.000 40. current-limiting capacitor fuse.000 115.000 35.000 40.000 115. indicating.000 35. single.000 115.5 kV.0 kV The Type CLC Fuse is a full-range (partial-range for 4. and 4.65 x kvar √ 3 kV SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions. non-indicating. 1800.2 — 3. protected from outdoor weather conditions.000 4989C12A61 4989C12A62 4989C12A63 4989C12A64 4989C12A65 4989C12A66 1800 V.000 40. 1800. Non-Indicating 25 50 75 35.000 35.000 40.000 115.000 115. It is designed for indoor use or in an enclosure.000 40.3/2.000 4989C12A21 4989C12A22 4989C12A23 4989C12A24 4989C12A25 4989C12A26 4989C12A27 4989C12A28 4989C12A29 2500 V. and nondisconnecting.3/2. The 1200.000 115.3/2.and three-phase capacitors in metal-enclosed equipment. Indicating 25 50 75 100 115 130 35.000 115. The primary application of these fuses is individual unit fusing of low-voltage. CLC fuses are available in 1200.000 35. The 2500 V and 4.000 40. 3000 V.000 35. Manufactured at ABB Inc. 2500.000 60. Current-Limiting. 482 8 .5 kV ratings.000 40.000 115.000 40.000 4989C12A41 4989C12A42 4989C12A43 4989C12A44 4989C12A45 4989C12A46 4989C12A47 4989C12A48 4989C12A49 4.3/2. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852.000 4989C13A06 4989C13A07 4989C13A08 Power Quality 135 150 165 175 Selecting Type CLC Fuses Single-Phase Units: A rating 1. 1.Capacitor Fuses Indoor CLC. and non-disconnecting. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Rating (A) Interrupting Capacity (A) Style Number Rating (A) Interrupting Capacity (A) Style Number 1200 V. and 3000 V ratings are current-limiting. Non-Indicating 25 50 75 60.000 35. Indicating 25 50 75 100 120 40. Greensboro.000 4989C13A01 4989C13A02 4989C13A03 3000 V.5 kV ratings are currentlimiting.

5 5. Current-Limiting.3 8.5 5.5 15.5 15.5 23.3 8. It is designed for indoor use only. current-limiting.5 5.3 8.3 15. and expulsion capacitor fuse. and 23 kV.5 5.5 5. Expulsion (Metal-Enclosed Equipment) The Type CIL Fuse is a full-range.abb. 483 ABB .5 15. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.5 kV. CIL fuses are available in voltage classes of 5.0 Continuous Current Rating (A) 40°C 21 27 34 40 49 56 65 11 14 17 21 26 33 39 47 9 12 14 16 21 26 32 21 NEMA Type K Fuse Link (A)* 15 20 25 30 40 50 65 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 6 8 10 12 15 20 25 15 Style Number (with Mounting Hardware) 279C420A08 279C420A09 279C420A10 279C420A11 279C420A12 279C420A13 279C420A14 279C420A16 279C420A17 279C420A18 279C420A19 279C420A20 279C420A21 279C420A22 279C420A23 279C420A26 279C420A27 279C420A28 279C420A29 279C420A30 279C420A31 279C420A32 279C420A40 55°C 18 23 29 34 42 48 55 9 12 14 18 22 28 33 40 8 10 12 14 18 22 27 18 *Fuse links are rated based on their melting characteristics. They can carry approximately 150% of their rating continuously.3 8.com. The primary application of these fuses is individual capacitor unit fusing for metal enclosed equipment.5 15.5 kV.3 kV.5 5.5 15. 8. 15. and disconnecting.5 15.Indoor CIL.3 8. The CIL fuse is current-limiting. indicating.3 8. SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Maximum Fuse Design Voltage (kV) 5. For more information.5 8.3 8.

0 50 kvar (A) 34 27 21 21 11 11 11 11 9 9 9 — — — — — 100 kvar (A) 56 56 34 34 21 21 21 17 16 14 12 12 12 9 — — 150 kvar (A) — — 49 49 33 33 33 26 26 21 16 16 16 14 — — 200 kvar (A) — — 65 56 47 39 39 39 32 32 26 21 21 21 21 21 300 kvar (A) — — — — — — — — — — 32 32 32 32 21 21 Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions.80 14.40 19.60 Fuse Voltage Rating (kV) 5. Current-Limiting. Greensboro.3 8.5 15.32 9.3 8.0 23.20 7.77 4.5 5.47 13.3 15.3 8.96 8.16 4.” Capacitor Voltage Rating (kV) 2.96 12.5 15. Expulsion (Metal-Enclosed Equipment) Manufactured at ABB Inc.80 6.Capacitor Fuses Indoor CIL.5 8.5 15.40 2.5 5.92 21. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852.5 15. 8 Power Quality 484 .5 23.5 5.5 15.62 7.64 7.28 13. NC +407-732-2000 SPECIFICATIONS Fuse Voltage and Current Ratings Fuse current ratings are based on available fuse styles shown in “Fuse Style Selector Guide.

contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.20 7. they must be requested.32 9.40 12.62 7.28 13.47 13. It is designed for outdoor use only. because of the possibility of capacitor case rupture.54 9.80 23. The primary application of the CXP is to fuse individual capacitor units in standard outdoor equipment.20 19.Outdoor CXP. and 25 kV.64 7.80 24. SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Link Capacitor Unit Voltage Rating (kV) 2.16 4.40 4. These fuses have a parallel energy capability of 30.96 11.abb.92 20. Expulsion The Type CXP Fuse is an expulsion fuse.80 14. 15/20 kV. They are not normally applied with more than 20.60 22.com. Fuse links are not included with the CXP.80 21. High-Voltage.96 8. equivalent to 6000 kvar of capacitors.94 50 kvar 20 12 10 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 100 kvar 40 25 20 15 15 12 12 12 10 10 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 150 kvar 65 40 30 25 20 20 20 20 15 15 12 12 12 12 10 10 8 8 8 8 6 6 6 200 kvar — 50 40 30 25 25 25 25 20 20 20 15 15 15 15 15 12 10 10 10 8 8 8 300 kvar — — 65 50 40 40 40 40 30 30 25 25 25 25 20 20 20 15 15 15 12 12 12 400 kvar — — — 65 50 50 50 50 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 25 25 20 20 20 20 20 15 For more information.000 Joules.40 17. CXP fuses exist in voltage classes of 8 kV.80 6.00 12.000 Joules of parallel energy. 485 ABB .

1 15.3 — 15. NC +407-732-2000 9.7 16. 8 Power Quality 486 .Capacitor Fuses Outdoor CXP.8 SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852.2 *Styles do not include fuse link. 2.1 — 23. High-Voltage. Greensboro.6 26. Expulsion SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Fuse Rating (kV) Capacitor Unit Voltage (kV) For Aluminum Or Copper Bus Tin-Plated Brass End Cap Style Number* IC09100A02 IC09100A04 IC09100A06 For Aluminum Bus Only (Aluminum End Cap) Style Number* IC09100A01 IC09103A03 IC09100A05 (continued) Manufactured at ABB Inc.8 8.4 — 8.

For more information. and disconnecting.96 8. indicating. 8. The low-current section interrupts fault associated with progressive failure of the capacitor unit’s dielectric. SPECIFICATIONS Fuse Voltage and Current Ratings Capacitor Voltage Rating (kV) 2.3 8.77 4.80 Fuse Voltage Rating (kV) 2.3 15. and are applied to individual capacitor units in outdoor stacking equipment. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852.8 kV. COL fuses exist in voltage classes of 2.40 19. 487 ABB . It is designed for outdoor use only.3 8.5 15.Outdoor COL.5 15.20 7.32 9. and 23 kV.96 12. The Type COL current-limiting capacitor fuse is a two-part design: The high-current section interrupts high 60 Hz fault currents and/or high frequency discharge current from parallel capacitors.5 15.0 50 kvar 35 35 21 21 11 11 11 11 11 9 9 9 9 9 — — — 100 kvar 65 54 34 34 21 21 21 17 17 14 12 12 12 12 8 8 8 150 kvar 92 80 49 49 33 26 33 26 26 21 21 16 16 16 11 11 11 200 kvar — — 65 56 47 39 39 39 33 32 26 21 21 21 14 14 14 300 kvar — — — — — — — — — — — 32 32 32 21 21 21 400 kvar — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 26 26 Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions.5 5.92 21.0 23.5 15.47 13.5 8.abb.3 8.28 13.com.5 kV. current-limiting capacitor fuse. Current-Limiting. The lowvoltage section consists of a standard NEMA type K fuse link mounted in a fiber tube. 15.80 6.8 2.5 kV.5 23. Expulsion The Type COL Fuse is a full-range.3 8.64 7.40 2. The COL fuse is current-limiting. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.60 22. 5.8 5.80 14.62 7.3 kV.16 4.0 23. or 60 Hz fault current limited by the circuit impedance to low values.

Expulsion SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Maximum Fuse Design Voltage (kV) 2.5 5.5 15.5 5.3 8.Capacitor Fuses Outdoor COL. Current-Limiting.3 8.3 8. Greensboro. 488 .5 8.8 2.8 2.8 2.5 15.3 8.8 5.3 8.0 23.5 5.0 23.5 Continuous Current Rating (A) 35 42 54 65 80 92 21 27 34 40 49 56 65 11 14 17 21 26 33 39 47 9 12 14 16 21 26 32 8 11 14 16 21 26 NEMA Type K Fuse Link (A)* 25 30 40 50 65 80 15 20 25 30 40 50 65 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 6 8 10 12 15 20 25 6 8 10 12 15 20 Style Number (with Mounting Hardware) 279C410A01 279C410A02 279C410A03 279C410A04 279C410A05 279C410A06 279C410A08 279C410A09 279C410A10 279C410A11 279C410A12 279C410A13 279C410A14 279C410A16 279C410A17 279C410A18 279C410A19 279C410A20 279C410A21 279C410A22 279C410A23 279C410A26 279C410A27 279C410A28 279C410A29 279C410A30 279C410A31 279C410A32 279C410A36 279C410A37 279C410A38 279C410A39 279C410A40 279C410A41 Manufactured at ABB Inc.5 15.0 23.8 2.5 15.3 8.5 15.5 5.8 2. Fuse links are rated based on their melting characteristics.3 8. They can carry approximately 150% of their rating continuously.0 23.0 8 * Based on 35° ambient. NC +407-732-2000 Power Quality 15.5 5.5 5.5 23.0 23.3 15.

It is for application in outdoor capacitor banks with many parallel capacitor units. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.3 9.4 18.9 14. NC +407-732-2000 SELECTOR GUIDE Fuse Style Style Number 174C660A30 174C660A31 4995C51A04 174C660A12 174C660A10 174C660A49 4995C51A07 174C660A32 4995C51A14 4995C51A26 174C660A33 4995C51A23 Rating (kV) 5. It can successfully dissipate the stored energy discharge of any number of parallel connected capacitors. it has a separate low-current interrupting section similar to the Type CXP fuse.9 17.2 13.5 6. They can carry approximately 150% of their rating continuously. In addition. 489 ABB .abb.5 8.3 9. SPECIFICATIONS Standard Design Dimensions and Weights For complete dimensions.3 10. Current-Limiting. It contains a current-limiting section of the “silversand” type of construction with an interrupting rating of 60.5 12. contact your nearest ABB Sales Representative and request Technical Data Selection Guide 38-852.2 (A) 43 40 36 22 31 32 28 29 15 26 21 20 Maximum Link* 65K 40T 40K 15T 25T 40K 25T 30T 10T 30K 20T 20K *Fuse links are rated based on their melting characteristics.Outdoor CLXP.2 14.com. Greensboro. Expulsion The Type CLXP individual capacitor fuse has a high-energy capability. Manufactured at ABB Inc. For more information.000 amperes asymmetrical. High-Energy.

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. . Energy BOSS (Billing Options Support System) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 Retail Energy Profiler Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Strategistplus. Gatewayplus . . . . Cougerplus . . . . . . . 511 products Services Systems . . . . . . . . . . 496 Business Management Systems Central Markets SABLE . . . . . . . . . 499 GenCo/Trading Gimsplus . . . . . . 510 . . . . . . . . . . . . Energy Profiler for Windows . . . . Webmerchantplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 494 FORESITE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Information Management Software and Systems Distribution Information Systems Distribution CADOPS . . . . . . 509 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Optimize Portfolio Maintenance Planner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 508 . . . E-VEE (Electric Validation and Editing Engine). . . . . . . . . . 495 FEEDERALL. . . .

com. Long-range load forecasting for integrated strategic transmission and distribution planning Optimization software for distribution engineering analysis planning For more information. and reliability software. and outage management solutions. 493 ABB .abb.Distribution Information Systems ABB has established a world-wide reputation in distribution operations. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. analysis. Its integrated suite of distribution software products helps utilities maximize the benefits of improved coordination in distribution engineering and operations. SELECTION GUIDE Products CADOPS™ FORESITE™ FEEDERALL™ Description Electrical distribution analysis and outage management software providing real-time applications for all electrical distribution operational activities. trouble-call analysis. ABB offers real-time information management of distribution systems. real-time monitoring and analysis. planning.

including trouble reports. communications. and advanced applications needed for efficient distribution management. field crew actions. including: • SCADA events • Dispatcher and crew activities • Trouble reports and outage work orders Supports distributed dispatch and call center operations Reallocates work loads between dispatchers and operations centers Runs on industry standard UNIX operating systems and Windows® NT Uses Windows PC-based operator workstations as well as UNIX SPECIFICATIONS Interfaces Customer information systems Geographic information systems Call center and IVRU Work management Automated metering SCADA/EMS Global positioning and mobile data 9 Information Management Software and Systems 494 .Distribution Information Systems Distribution CADOPS™ CADOPS software gives control room operators access to data. NC +919-250-5482 STANDARD FEATURES Provides a dynamic distribution network model for: • Real-time geographic and schematic displays • Connectivity analysis Reflects the as-built and as-operated network conditions by individual phases Provides operators and field crews with equipment attributes on demand Stores detailed customer information for easy access Offers alternative feeder configurations and the impact of proposed network changes Supports the development and analysis of switching plans Archives all system operations. Raleigh. CADOPS provides real-time information for all operational activities. and changes to the distribution network. Developed by ABB Inc. The system improves customer services while reducing operations and maintenance costs.

GIS.Distribution FORESITE™ FORESITE software gives electric utilities the tools and information needed for long-range load forecasting for the development of integrated strategic transmission and distribution expansion plans. and electric appliance demand profiles are taken into consideration within the parameters of planned or existing roadways. Census. waterways. FORESITE produces a spatial load forecast and a least-cost T&D expansion plan that maximizes utilization of equipment.“heads-up” digitizing Digitizes directly from satellite imagery and/or digital area photography Offers standard report-writing tools and presentation-quality graphics Exports data for customized reports Supports “what if” cost comparisons SPECIFICATIONS Interfaces FORESITE can be installed as a stand-alone software package or be fully integrated with CADOPS systems. NC +919-250-5482 STANDARD FEATURES Imports and exports data in a variety of formats. lakes. By anticipating all of these developments. FORESITE generates small-area load forecasts by simulating the effects and interactions of real-world factors. protected habitats.com. Raleigh. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. enhances the economic match between need and resources. 495 ABB . and others Provides on-screen. Developed by ABB Inc. Population growth. changes in customer classes.abb. land-use development. and low-lying areas. including AM/FM. and optimizes land use. For more information. The package runs on Windows NT.

Distribution Information Systems Distribution FEEDERALL™ FEEDERALL software features advanced optimization algorithms that allow utilities to determine the ideal system requirements for capacitor siting and sizing. feeder reinforcements. refined with 20 years of field operation Improves coordination of protection equipment SPECIFICATIONS Interfaces FEEDERALL can be installed as a stand-alone software package or be fully integrated with CADOPS systems. and protective device coordination. The package runs on the UNIX operating system and Windows NT. right-of-way options Simplifies development of contingency switching plans Develops and maintains multiple case-study files Supports centralized or decentralized planning and engineering Provides proven engineering tools. 9 Information Management Software and Systems 496 . Developed by ABB Inc. engineers are able to develop alternative configurations and maintain multiple case-study files. NC +919-250-5482 STANDARD FEATURES Provides accurate modeling and analysis for the electrical distribution network Improves capacitor selection and placement Analyzes re-conductoring and feeder reinforcement plans to determine their optimal configuration Studies alternative feeder reconfiguration schemes Evaluates multi-scenario.With FEEDERALL. multi-feeder configuration. Raleigh. which allow them to analyze various scenarios and track their implementation.

Systems Operations. Central Markets New markets. Planning. Accounting—ABB delivers integrated IT solutions that support each of these critical business areas. Fuel Supply. or sophisticated load data validation and estimation. offering IT solutions for energy service providers. transmission operators. ABB has established a strong reputation for on-time delivery of state-of-the-art systems. ABB’s Energy Profiler Online is the industry leader in Web-based energy information services with data from over 30. ABB software gives energy retailers the means to elevate the level of service they provide to their major customers.Whether in the form of timely and accurate billing. convenient online energy information services. GenCo/Trading Global electricity markets are changing from a ratebased cost environment to a highly competitive profit maximization environment. ABB has been an active participant in shaping change in energy markets around the world and delivers the IT systems that make these new markets work. ABB has been a leader in the development and implementation of software infrastructure to Independent System Operators (ISOs) and Regional Transmission Operators (RTOs). 497 ABB . Management. In the U. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. These organizations ensure non-discriminatory access to the transmission grid. ABB delivers the tools they need to attract. For more information. For utilities and energy service providers in competitive markets. independent system operators. Today. and ABB delivers the IT solutions ISO/RTOs need to carry out their mission.Trading. generators.com.S.000 meters served to customers every day. new players. Energyplus is a comprehensive asset and information management solution that provides best-of-class tools to develop profitable decisions and to support upto-the-minute information-sharing between virtually every component of today’s GenCo enterprise from plant to cash. Retail ABB’s IT solutions for energy retailers address a variety of business needs. but each is designed on the same guiding principle: building better relationships with customers. the modern GenCo needs a comprehensive resource/ asset management solution that enables profitable change across the entire enterprise.Business Management Systems ABB is a global leader in a variety of energyrelated fields including business management systems and network management systems.abb. Power Plants. and retain their most important customers. and distribution companies. serve.. more market operators worldwide use solutions from ABB than from any other vendor. new rules—change is everywhere in the electric power industry today. ABB’s energyplus solutions technology for generators is a proven industry software set that gives entrepreneurial GenCos the tools they need to survive and flourish. To compete and survive. Power Exchanges.

processes interval load data into billing determinants.Business Management Systems SELECTION GUIDE Product Central Markets SABLE™ gimsplus™ • gatewayplus™ 1 • webmerchantplus™ 1 cougerplus™ GenCo/Trading • strategistplus™ 2 Description ISO/RTO Open Platform and Advanced Applications GenCo IT backbone/Ties together islands of information Programmatic regional ISO communications Programmatic OASIS communications GenCo resource assessment—optimization/GenCo performance analysis Market vs Resource analysis to facilitate bidding into a competitive market Profit and loss performance analysis Asset management and optimization Online energy information service provides energy usage information and analytic tools for commercial and industrial customers. Also facilitates curtailment and real-time pricing programs. and supports retail settlements Interval load data validation and editing software created specifically to handle the throughput and volume demands of participants in competitive energy markets • PACE™ 2 Optimize IT Portfolio Maintenance Planner Energy Profiler Online™ Information Management Software and Systems • Energy Profiler® for Windows® 3 Retail Energy BOSS® E-VEE™ 1 2 To be incorporated as a module of gimsplus To be incorporated as a module of cougerplus 3 A companion product to Energy Profiler Online 9 498 . Energy usage and pricing analysis for both energy suppliers and customers Advanced billing system. supports billing for unbundled commodity supply.

a standard supported by leading companies such as ABB. Alstom. reliability. security.Central Markets SABLE™ SABLE is ABB’s state-of-the-art system for implementation of Energy Markets. STANDARD FEATURES SABLE is designed to make use of available industry standards such as DAIS. CIM. The SABLE platform is designed to address the need for security in market operations through the use of available technologies such as Firewalls. 499 ABB . availability. In addition to a file interface option. XML. and maintenance of the system based on commercial products. SABLE fully meets the NERC requirement for import and export of system data in CIM/XML files. and a full set of leading applications. For more information. The high volume of information flow in a deregulated energy market requires a secure system that protects proprietary information and provides secure access for authorized users. delivery. In summary. interoperability. the interface to the SCADA system uses DAIS (Data Acquisition for Industrial Systems). Digital Certificates/ Public Key Infrastructure. expansion. SABLE includes an open platform and a complete suite of leading. This flexibility enhances reliability of the system and provides for low maintenance and training costs. The SABLE platform is designed and optimized to accommodate legacy (algorithmic and CPU-intensive) applications. SABLE provides for all NERC requirements and is modularized to give maximum flexibility for system configuration. extensibility. SABLE also supports import and export of power system data in PSS/E format. which allows our customers to grow their systems incrementally without having to replace their existing ones. SABLE also provides an integrated environment and process for design. The platform is based on a modern n-tier architecture that provides superb scalability and processing power. development. and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). commercial products. The system provides ISOs and RTOs with an e-business software system based on open technology.Virtual Private Networks (VPN). It supports small and large systems without any fundamental changes to the architectural layout. SABLE is designed to use industry accepted commercial products while minimizing dependence on any one commercial supplier. as well as modern e-business applications. It also uses CIM/XML to interface with any commercially available data engineering tool that supports the standard.com. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. and IBM. In addition to providing a backbone software solution. and CSV formats. and industry standards. and ease of maintenance. Long-term cost of ownership is minimized through the extensive use of standards and industry leading third-party products to guarantee low maintenance and training costs. field-proven applications. the SABLE system delivers scalability.abb.

Product 9 500 . CA +408-615-6200 Stand-Alone Applications Outage Scheduler Interchange Scheduler Load Forecast Available Transfer Capability System Contract Management Dynamic Parameter Manager Information Management Software and Systems Historical Data Archival System Settlement Data Preparation SPECIFICATIONS Platform The SABLE base product uses the following commercially available products. Clients are browser-based using Internet Explorer or Netscape on Windows or UNIX. any message-oriented middleware that provides JMS functionality System Component Database Client User Interface Web Server and Directory Server Message-Oriented Middleware Requirements Management Modeling Tool IDE Configuration Management Oracle Browser-based Java Applet (NT Internet Explorer. Santa Clara. Web servers run on NT or UNIX. Netscape) iPlanet (Tru64 UNIX and NT) Talarian SmartSockets Rational Requisite Pro Rational Rose Jbuilder Rational ClearCase could replace Talarian SmartSockets.Business Management Systems Central Markets SABLE™ APPLICATIONS SABLE applications include the Market Operations System (MOS). an advanced set of Power Applications (PA) and Stand-alone Applications. any other compatible third-party products may be used. SABLE Applications BMS—Business Management Systems Market Operations System Market Infrastructure Interface to EMS Interface to Settlement and Financial Systems Interface to Metering Systems Market Participant Interface System Market Applications Security Constrained Unit Commitment Security Constrained Economic Dispatch Ancillary Service Management Congestion Management Imbalance Market Management Resource Dispatch Compliance Monitor Power Applications Security Assessment Optimal Power Flow State Estimation Dispatcher Power Flow Voltage Stability Unit Commitment Developed by ABB Inc. However. Application Servers run on UNIX. For example. The MOS includes a complete suite of Market Infrastructure (MI) and Market Applications (MA).

risk management. and operations data. process infrastructure. Offers easy access to historical and forecast data from standard desktop applications. Provides the information. NC +919-807-8300 STANDARD FEATURES Provides a specialized IT backbone to fully integrate various inter-departmental systems. and TCP/IP Client: PC MS Windows For more information. gimsplus integrates the islands of automation within a generation company: fuels. operations. Raleigh. Provides for security over critical information. Provides advanced automated reporting capabilities. accounting. gimsplus is built on the premise that a winning generation company should arm its employees with timely. regardless of physical location. Improves the profitability of a generation company by effectively coordinating operations and trading decisions. Maintains control over business processes. Provides the integration path for a generation company’s legacy systems through open applications integration capability.com. gimsplus provides traders with timely and complete views of portfolio assets. Provides the foundation for rapid growth of the generation company business. implement effective business processes. consistent. Eliminates errors due to manual transfer of data from one application to another. UNIX. allowing gencos to effectively manage all their assets.abb. ® SPECIFICATIONS Platform Server: ORACLE RDBMS. and provide superior tools to operate and trade in the competitive energy market.VMS. trading floor. If information truly is power. NT. Maintains a centralized warehouse of historic and forecast data. 501 ABB . Operates on all major hardware platforms from its development in ORACLE . Provides warehousing of power plant. gimsplus offers interfaces that automate the day-to-day exchange of information required for trading in an open competitive market as well as managing the complexities of power exchange markets. and trading tools for conducting business with ISOs. and power plants. Developed by ABB Inc. Automates repetitive operations and trading activities. and secure information. then gimsplus will empower your decision-makers to formulate the most profitable strategies for your business. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.GenCo/Trading gimsplus™ gimsplus is an enterprise asset management system designed to enable generation companies to operate effectively in a competitive energy market. trading.

or Load-Serving Entity—anyone who needs to efficiently submit schedules and/or bids and retrieve confirmations. and system loads). Developed by ABB Inc. submit. This application is especially useful if you are conducting business in multiple regions. strategistplus. Santa Clara. submit. A Client/Server configuration on Microsoft Windows NT or UNIX with ORACLE Server 8. and Java 2. validate. gatewayplus currently has modules to support scheduling and bid activities for the California. and settlement data from one or more ISOs or Power Exchanges. It has been developed to be intuitive to the user.1. You can review. log. CA +408-615-6362 Information Management Software and Systems STANDARD FEATURES Market Analysis: As the ISO or Power Exchange publishes system information (i. A minimum of start-up training is all that is necessary to introduce gatewayplus to the busy Trading or Scheduling floor.Business Management Systems GenCo/Trading gatewayplus™ The gatewayplus System for Data Exchange Among ISOs & Power Exchanges is a software application designed to programmatically communicate with the emerging ISOs and Power Exchanges. zonal costs. User Interface: ORACLE Forms 6. or your existing legacy systems to fully automate your scheduling process. gatewayplus gives you the functionality that is necessary to conduct business efficiently by transparently encapsulating all market rules and data formats and managing the details of communication protocols and security interface so you can manage the business. User Interface: With gatewayplus you have a single staging area for data management. Based upon the region you are conducting business in. it has been designed to time-stamp. and New England ISO. SPECIFICATIONS Platform Microsoft Windows NT or UNIX with Personal ORACLE as the database. This software solution assists the Scheduling Coordinator. and store every interaction.6. More market interfaces will be added to the gatewayplus system as these entities become defined and established. Connectivity: This program can be interfaced through an API to other applications such as ABB’s gimsplus™. associated costs.e. market information. New York. Submittal/Retrieval: gatewayplus automates the data exchange process. validate. and retrieve your data all within one application. gatewayplus can become a powerful tool in your need to rapidly assess. This function is particularly useful when verifying settlements or dispute resolution. edit. Generation Company. Modularity: gatewayplus can support various activities within a region or can be configured to work in different regions across North America.i 502 9 . The gatewayplus system is designed with business in mind. and retrieve data. gatewayplus will soon be incorporated into the functionality of gimsplus to create a consolidated solution for genco market communications. Power Trader. Auditing: Because gatewayplus is an ORACLEbased application. transmission constraints. gatewayplus can capture this intelligence and store it for on-the-spot or later analysis. the gatewayplus activity manager can be set to automatically submit your bids/schedules and retrieve the response and settlement data. locational prices.

webmerchantplus provides decision support capability with a graphical up-to-date integrated view of the availability and prices of US transmission systems. SPECIFICATIONS Platform Server: ORACLE 8.abb. 2000 For more information. webmerchantplus enables the power trader to see how liquid the market is by reviewing his/her own pending and approved reservations as well as the competition’s reservations.com. where. webmerchantplus will soon be incorporated into the functionality of gimsplus to create a consolidated solution for genco market communications.6 on Sun Solaris or Windows NT Client:Windows NT. Fully scalable and flexible distributed architecture solution available.1. and why. Provides comprehensive audit trail logging of all reservation status changes at each step from entry through closing and records who changed what. Santa Clara. Webmerchantplus automates the transmission reservation process across multiple OASIS nodes to create multi-segment paths. Works with all FERC-compliant OASIS applications and security configurations. In addition. Supports all necessary OASIS information templates.GenCo/Trading webmerchantplus™ webmerchantplus is a market intelligence software system designed to improve the operational efficiency of power trading organizations. Data integrity and redundancy features ensure downloading of critical OASIS data. Supports an API to export transmission information in CSV files and also programmatically to other applications. “OASIS-friendly. Developed by ABB Inc. Generates reports which provide a tabular presentation of all transmission reservations. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. when.The system includes an Internet search engine that periodically downloads transmission information from selected OASIS nodes. 503 ABB . CA +408-615-6362 STANDARD FEATURES ABB is committed to provide software updates as OASIS standards and practices change. including the J-TSIN alliance’s Trade Wave.” User can schedule when to query any specific OASIS node at varying query rates. Multitasking with very few key strokes.

Information Management Software and Systems SPECIFICATIONS Platform Operates in a stand-alone or client-server architecture. • Combined Cycle: Models complex combined cycle plant characteristics. Models real world operating constraints which affect a generation company’s costs. • Risk Manager: Calculates costs and risk value for multiple operations (load forecasts. • Multi Area Model: Enables a generation company to optimize asset commitment and dispatch subject transmission constraints. Raleigh. and coordinates opportunities for purchase and sale of bulk power on a generation company’s trading floor. • Auto Transaction Analysis: Provides fast and accurate cost/value evaluation for individual transactions or multiple blocks of power. hydro. Developed by ABB Inc. and combined cycle generating units. cougerplus coordinates the scheduling of all resources including thermal. Optimizes the scheduling of a generation company’s assets to minimize costs and maximize profits. Provides accurate and credible results that have been confirmed by a large community of users. 9 504 . Interfaces with other ABB systems can be accomplished through a high-performance Application Program Interface (API). • Annual Model: Models seasonal and annual planning horizons. Provides cost/value analysis of bulk power sale/purchase opportunities.). NC +919-807-8300 STANDARD FEATURES Provides advanced modeling capability for current generation company requirements: • Emission Dispatch: Schedules generation assets that are subject to emissions limits and constraints. etc. • Post Analysis: Provides capabilities to calculate actual trading profit and loss and to compare actual systems operations against best practices. • Fuel Allocation: Schedules generation resources subject to varying fuel availability and cost.Business Management Systems GenCo/Trading cougerplus™ cougerplus for genco asset and operations scheduling is a comprehensive asset and operations scheduling program that develops optimal resource schedules in order to maximize profits and minimize generation company operating costs. availability.

GenCo/Trading strategistplus™ strategistplus is a risk management and portfolio management program specifically designed to meet the needs of a generation company.com. strategistplus contains a powerful hierarchical uncertainty model that allows the user to represent cause and effect relationships the same way traders and operators view the market. sale revenue and fuel purchases. loads. With strategistplus. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Models cause and effect correlations between related risk factors. Supports flexible uncertainty models.). Uses Monte Carlo simulation to analyze multiple “what-if” cases. The principal reports in strategistplus show the probability distribution of profits. allowing determination of risk for any confidence interval.abb. By combining powerful Monte Carlo simulations of operations and trading with the flexible modeling of market uncertainty. strategistplus can quickly and accurately identify your risk exposure. Simulation results are stored in an open architecture database that allows summary results to be analyzed by drilling down to the detailed operations results as necessary. Quickly forecasts portfolio profits and risks associated with user-defined strategies. 505 ABB . Allows users to assess the realism of risk analysis results by reviewing key system operation statistics. Calculates total profits and losses for a portfolio. outages. Assesses the combined effect of related risk factors (weather. strategistplus actually simulates portfolio performance under certain conditions with ABB’s industry standard production costing optimization model. NC +919-807-8300 strategistplus will soon be incorporated into the functionality of cougerplus to create a consolidated genco solution. Assesses the entire physical and financial portfolio to maximize profits while minimizing risks. Raleigh. Models time periods from one day to one year. Unlike other risk management programs. a generation company portfolio will be stress tested against an entire spectrum of physical and financial variables modeled and reported in an intuitive manner. For more information. plant and system. Allows users to correlate “related” risk factors and assesses the combined impact on a generation company’s bottom line. Developed by ABB Inc. STANDARD FEATURES Forecasts profits and quantifies risks for an entire generation company business. etc. This approach provides the user with confidence that their portfolio performance and risk assessment is predicted in a realistic manner. Financial reports include distributions of production cost. Calculates profits and values at risk for various bidding strategies. Operational reports include generating unit. The program can also identify strategies to help maximize the profit for a generation company’s entire portfolio while limiting exposure to risk.

PACE then compares actual system operation to optimal scenarios. Identifies out-of-pocket costs for serving off-system sales and avoided costs for purchase contracts. the actual profits-and-losses from physical trades. Developed by ABB Inc. Supports billing by providing detailed cost data. Calculates emission results. 9 Information Management Software and Systems 506 . Identifies dispatch efficiencies. PACE will soon be incorporated into the functionality of cougerplus to create a consolidated solution for genco analytics. and actual production cost. Raleigh. avoidance cost of power purchases. Allows comparison of actual and optimal dispatch using performance indexes. profit. and performance issues.Business Management Systems GenCo/Trading PACE™ PACE is a comprehensive post analysis program used to reconstruct actual bilateral trading and system operations. NC +919-807-8300 STANDARD FEATURES Calculates actual profits for physical trades. It calculates the actual out-of-pocket costs for serving power sales. Compares actual and forecast costs for serving sales. Analyzes resources used to support off-system sales. PACE delivers the flexibility to design and implement automatic processes for analyzing and reporting on many generation related cost.

ABB has built the OptimizeIT system to take advantage of modern computing technology and the very latest in stochastic optimization techniques. Increase hedging capability of nuclear units by manipulating refueling schedules. Special nuclear refueling capability. and native load obligation.abb. fuel prices. including volume constraints. 507 ABB .com. and hydro systems. electricity spot market depth. NC +919-807-8300 STANDARD FEATURES Modeling of spot and forward markets in fuel and electricity. Coordinate trading.GenCo/Trading OptimizeIT Portfolio Maintenance Planner The OptimizeIT Portfolio Maintenance Planner is ABB’s integrated operations management and maintenance scheduling software for generation companies doing business in restructured markets. Fuel contracts. Stochastic models for unit availability. nuclear. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. Time value of money for accurate cash flow modeling. Developed by ABB Inc. OptimizeIT allows GenCos to select the best overhaul plan from a group several candidates and allows maintenance requests to be ignored with a resulting change in reliability. and asset management with one application. Raleigh. APPLICATIONS Maximize profit from trading by ensuring the best assets are available when most needed. Integrate with other ABB applications like gimsplusTM as well as legacy IT systems. For more information. Drawing on 30 years of experience in modeling energy markets. Time value of hydro pond storage. electricity prices. Eliminate unnecessary maintenance. operations. Maximize efficient use of maintenance crews and plant personnel. Maintenance crew constraints. Detailed modeling of fossil.

week. or other criteria. and create aggregate groups of multiple accounts. load duration curves. EPO allows energy providers to administer these programs with a minimum of resources and also provides customers with a convenient way to take part in them. CA +510-987-7111 STANDARD FEATURES Customers can use EPO’s intuitive Web interface to: • View interval data in graphic or tabular form. Bill Estimation—Users can generate estimated bills online before the billing period ends. • View usage history charts.Business Management Systems Retail Energy Profiler Online™ Energy Profiler Online (EPO) is a Web-based service that provides major energy customers with a variety of tools with which to analyze their energy usage. Developed by ABB Inc. • Take part in RTP and load curtailment programs. Users can generate load profiles and usage history charts. By facilitating communications with participating customers. SSL encryption. and the total committed load. Security of customer data in EPO is assured by several measures including dual firewalls. “Look and feel” of EPO is tailored to match the energy provider’s existing online presence. Real-Time Pricing—EPO sends price signals to participating customers who can then make informed operational decisions based on energy costs. • Download interval data for further analysis. and devices. and comparison statistics on multiple accounts. reverse-proxy servers. view estimated bills. EPO serves as a communications gateway to notify participating customers of an upcoming curtailment event. and overlay weather and hourly or real-time price data. • Aggregate accounts according to facility type. Information Management Software and Systems OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES Load Curtailment—EPO acts as the platform upon which load curtailment programs can be managed. With the Load Curtailment Module. download usage data for further analysis. • Generate load profiles for accounts or groups of accounts. view data by day. Oakland. which have not. location. accounts. EPO also facilitates real-time pricing (RTP) and load curtailment programs. 9 508 . and file transfer encryption. Customers then respond via the EPO Web site. • Monitor system usage and generate usage reports. or month. • Manage database of interval data. Energy providers can use EPO’s administration tool to: • Manage user login ID’s and access privileges. EPO keeps a real-time record of which customers have responded.

Developed by ABB Inc. CMEP. Model rates on existing ones or create new rates using the RateWizardTM. Analyze and manipulate load profiles graphically. Oakland. Energy Profiler offers a wide array of functions that allow users to perform unlimited “what-if” analysis. MDEF. and plain text).g. LODESTARTM. Perform rate comparisons on the basis of estimated bills generated from interval data.“What would my bill be if I reduced my peak demand by ten percent?”). Energy Profiler for Windows is a companion product to Energy Profiler OnlineTM. CA +510-987-7111 STANDARD FEATURES Read and write interval data in a variety of industry formats (MV90. The software also makes an ideal complement to Energy Profiler Online—data can be downloaded from the Web service and opened in the desktop software. Access RatesBaseTM database of over 1800 rates from major North American utilities. a highly intuitive step-by-step guide to creating and modifying rates.. Manage a database of rates. Users can perform rate comparisons and generate estimated bills under a variety of scenarios using customer-specific load data. Create functions to represent “what-if” scenarios (e. either manually or by using Energy Profiler’s automated scheduler.com.abb. For more information.Retail Energy Profiler® for Windows® Energy Profiler is a tool for load shape and pricing analysis used by both energy suppliers and customers alike. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. 509 ABB . Download interval data directly from the meter.

Energy BOSS also supports retail settlements for deregulated markets.Business Management Systems Retail Energy BOSS® (Billing Options Support System) Energy BOSS is a three-tier advanced billing engine designed to address the unique needs of commercial and industrial customers. client-server application utilizing a Web-enabled Java front end and supports both ORACLE and SQL Server. general ledger software. Create customer-specific bill formats. Information Management Software and Systems SPECIFICATIONS Interfaces Energy BOSS is easily configured to exchange information with meter reading systems (e.. and many other advanced options. Energy BOSS supports billing for unbundled commodity supply.g. Oakland. bill for other companies. and EDI systems. eCIS). Aggregate multiple accounts into a single set of billing determinants (conjunctive billing). processing of interval load data into billing determinants. Bill for new products and services on the same statement as commodity energy. CA +510-987-7111 STANDARD FEATURES Process customer interval load data into billing determinants. Developed by ABB Inc. Aggregate multiple accounts on one bill (summary billing).. Utilize the same powerful RateWizard™ found in Energy Profiler® to create and manage a database of pricing structures.g. Handle complex pricing structures including real-time pricing (RTP) and customerspecific contracts. Platform Energy BOSS is a three-tiered. integrated billing for new products and services with energy commodities. 9 510 . MV90). customer information systems (e. Immediately access historical billing interval data.

Database-driven. raw. Interval database acts as a repository for other downstream applications (e. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.g. E -VEE is highly intuitive and presents users with a short learning curve compared with products that require programming resources to be configured to customer-specific parameters. Trouble reports to support field service providers. E-VEE drastically reduces the resources required to perform validation and estimation for interval metered customers. For more information. energy information services). customer-specific validation rules. Exception reports that allow users to manually edit only those data points that fall outside validation parameters for the given customer. The software supports complex version control of meter data (i.com. It can also serve as a repository for both interval and non-interval customer meter data that can be tapped by other systems. Developed by ABB Inc. Oakland.Retail E-VEE™ (Electric Validation and Editing Engine) E -VEE was the first interval load data validation and editing software created specifically to handle the throughput and volume demands of participants in competitive energy markets..abb. or estimated data) and provides data retrieval and export functions for easy integration with billing and settlement systems. E -VEE can work as a stand-alone application. CA +510-987-7111 STANDARD FEATURES The industry’s most comprehensive set of validation tests. By automating the process.e. Automated customer-specific data estimation. edited. or as a validation and estimation module of Energy BOSS. 511 ABB .

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ABB is dedicated to serving the electrical transmission and distribution infrastructure. In addition to the regional service network, ABB brings focused product and system expertise from its manufacturing centers of excellence to solve any service-related issue with the highest degree of quality, reliability, and economic benefit to our customers. With a product heritage that includes personnel and technical records from manufacturers such as ASEA, Brown Boveri, General Electric, Gould, ITE, Moloney, and Westinghouse, ABB controls information and expertise on over 40% of the installed electric equipment in the US. ABB is experienced with installations from 4.16 kV to 1100 kV and completes over 500 projects every year for customers from utility, industrial, and independent power producer backgrounds.

We Have You Covered! For all your service needs, call 1-800-HELP-365.

CAPABILITIES
Engineering Services
Power System Studies • Load Flow Analysis • Coordination Studies • Stability Analysis • Short Circuit Studies • Harmonic Analysis • Dynamic and Continuous Overload • Transient Analysis • Power Factor Studies Equipment Analysis • Retrofit Solutions • Uprate Studies • Failure Analysis • Life Assessment Substation Design and Consultation Transmission and Distribution Line Design System Optimization Studies

Project Activities
Project Management Substation Construction and Retrofit Site Construction Management Site Commissioning Services Turnkey Equipment Installation and Retrofit

Testing and Diagnostics
Transformer Testing Circuit Breaker Testing Current and Instrument Transformer Testing Protective Relaying Testing and Calibration Electric Meter Testing and Calibration Cable Testing Battery Testing Protection and Control Testing and Checkout

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Testing and Diagnostics (continued)
Insulating Fluid and Materials Testing • General Chemistry • DGA • Dielectric Withstand • Furanic Analysis • SEM Analysis • Degree of Polymerization Testing • PCB Analysis • Metals-in-Oil • SF6 Gas Analysis Advanced Diagnostic Testing • Phase Resolved Partial Discharge Analysis • Frequency Response Analysis • Dielectric Response Analysis • Acoustic Analysis Thermographic Imaging

ABB Inc. Raleigh, NC +1-800-HELP-365 Protective Relaying • Installation and Commissioning • Retrofits • Calibration • Testing Switchgear • Installation and Commissioning • Vacuum Conversions and Retrofit • Trip Mechanism Retrofit • Maintenance • Testing Capacitors • Installation and Commissioning • Testing Reclosers • Installation and Commissioning • Retrofit and Conversions • Testing • Maintenance Metering • Installation and Commissioning • Testing and Calibration

ABB Electric Equipment Service
Distribution Transformers • Installation and Commissioning • Maintenance • Testing • Remanufacturing • PCB Changeout and Disposal Power Transformers • Installation and Commissioning • Oil Processing, Reconditioning, and Reclamation • Maintenance • Retrofits • Testing • Remanufacturing • Heavy Hauling and Rigging • Specialized Railcar Leasing • PCB Changeout and Disposal HV Circuit Breakers • Installation and Commissioning • Maintenance • Retrofits • Testing • Remanufacturing • SF6 Handling • Laser Leak Detection Generator Circuit Breakers • Installation and Commissioning • Maintenance • Retrofits • Testing

Asset Management
Life Assessment Programs Life Extension Programs RCM Methodology Consultation and Program Development Inventory Management Asset Recovery Long-Term O&M Contracts Network Management

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Complete Line of Replacement Parts for All Electrical Equipment Retrofit and Redesigned Components for Obsolete Parts

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Replacement Circuit Breakers, Parts, Training, and Service
Authentic Renewal Parts
For switchgear manufactured by ITE, Gould, Brown Boveri, BBC, and ABB
The name has changed over the years, but ABB is the original manufacturer and only source for new, authentic, direct-replacement circuit breakers and parts for switchgear types HK, HKV, HK-II, K-LINE, FBK, and now, SafeGear and Advance. ABB specializes in long-term support for an extensive base of installed equipment, which includes nuclear safety related applications. Components service personnel are on-call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Many parts are stocked in a dedicated warehouse and available for 24-hour shipment. For fast and accurate service, a detailed database provides information on replacement parts for switchgear and breakers dating back over 40 years.
ISO 9001 Certified Class 1E Nuclear Certification Available as Applicable

VHK-X Direct-Replacement Vacuum Breakers for Types HK and HKV Switchgear
ABB VHK-X breakers are direct replacements for air-magnetic and vacuum breakers in older HK and HKV switchgear. Directreplacement breakers enable rating upgrades and life extension without modifications to the switchgear and also provide a lowcost alternative to continually rebuilding breakers or replacing complete lineups.VHK-X breakers also provide the security of factory-made, tested, and warranted direct replacements from the original manufacturer.
ISO 9001 Certified

MPSC-2000™ Trip Unit Retrofit KITS for Low-Voltage Breakers
The MPSC-2000 trip device (please see page 204 for details) is available as a retrofit kit for upgrading breakers with electromechanical, solid-state, or earlier generation microprocessor trip devices. The compact size and separate CT module allow MPSC-2000 to be used to retrofit virtually any low-voltage power circuit breaker. Long-time, short-time, instantaneous, and ground-current standard protection functions with user-selectable settings provide additional flexibility. Voltage monitoring and remote communications are also available. Each retrofit kit also includes the MPSC-2000 instructions for operation, installation, and the following components: current sensors, magnetic latch, barriers and supports, wiring harness, and hardware.
ISO 9001 Certified

Customer Service, Training, and Extended Warranties
A full complement of aftermarket services, including product training and extended warranties, are available from ABB. For information on switchgear or circuit breaker replacement parts or aftermarket services, contact ABB at 1-800-929-SWGR.

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Relay Services
ABB Inc. Allentown, PA +610-395-7333 +800-634-6005 Coral Springs, FL +954-752-6700 +800-523-2620

ABB offers engineering and technical support specializing in every aspect of system protection. Regular and proper maintenance provides security from false operation and ensures fast operation when required. The experience level of ABB’s electrical team assures ultimate system performance. Four principal areas are supported by extensive experience in construction and application. Installation and Commissioning Provided for new relays and relay system communications and associated equipment. (Turnkey projects) Technical Training One- or two-day technical training on productspecific relays and communication. The training covers application, settings, calibration, maintenance, and test equipment setups.

Retrofit Obsolete and high-maintenance relays with new microprocessor relays using existing panels. Included are interface relays with communications and input/output devices to upgrade performance. Maintenance Provided for existing relays and communications at substations, power plants, and industrial sites. ABB offers maintenance schedules and test reports on all manufacturers’ equipment.

FEATURES
Installation and Commissioning
New relay equipment installations require a complete and thorough checklist, testing, and calibration. ABB uses separate teams for installation and commissioning jobs. The inspection team is responsible for equipment verification per the bill of materials, terminal block identification, wire identification, wire gauge, and wire terminations. ABB can supply total turnkey services for new construction, retrofit, and upgrades of existing facilities. On-site services determine the most cost-effective solution for the customer’s relaying application. ABB’s project engineers can design and specify the complete installation. The inspection team and electrical team responsibilities are well-defined, and checklist forms are provided. ABB personnel can follow procedures provided by the customer or supply procedures with ABB instruction. ABB performs a system ringout utilizing wiring diagrams. Errors are corrected and any changes to the wiring are reflected on customer drawings. The final job is dielectric testing of the panels, if required, per ANSI C37.21 and C37.90. In all cases, discrepancies are documented, and a complete checklist is submitted. The electrical team performs acceptance tests and calibration on all relays per the instruction book and records the information on a relay test form. They verify fuse ratings and test CTs, PTs, and associated equipment per manufacturers’ specifications. Functional testing is performed electrically and manually to assure proper operation of all components. Trip checks, reclose sequences, and operate relays are performed to initiate annunciator and alarm circuits. After satisfactorily completing all tests, the relaying is ready for inservice testing.

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Test Equipment and Procedures
ABB provides its own test equipment for use on the job site. Each piece of equipment is tested and calibrated per the National Bureau of Standards on a regular basis to ensure accuracy. ABB utilizes modern test equipment from several manufacturers and can supply maintenance procedures and field test reports for use on standard forms.

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Alabama
Birmingham 205-991-6189 205-428-6183

Idaho
Boise 208-377-1223

Minnesota
Anoka 612-753-7537 Duluth 218-720-6397

Pennsylvania
Bethlehem 610-758-8100 Eagleville 610-630-3130 888-330-4784 Greensburg 724-838-3577 Harlesville 610-584-8882 Lehighton 610-377-5123 Pittsburgh 412-967-5822 877-967-1844 Richboro 215-322-7157

Illinois
Lisle 630-810-9381 Naperville 630-245-9100 800-609-7235 Springfield 217-793-7330

Arizona
Phoenix 602-371-8074 800-654-6854

Missouri
Chesterfield 636-519-9960

California
Carlsbad 760-720-6196 City of Industry 562-908-5600 Livermore 925-233-1170 Stockton 209-461-0112 Walnut Creek 925-295-1550

Mississippi
Jackson 601-948-6033

Indiana
Indianapolis 317-585-8782 Nobelsville 317-770-7202

North Carolina
Charlotte 704-424-1642 Raleigh 919-783-5901

Kansas
Overland Park 913-317-1310

New Hampshire
Hooksett 603-625-5456

Puerto Rico
Hato Rey 787-759-9992

Colorado
Littleton 303-797-4080 800-954-1450

Louisiana
Metairie 504-831-5304 Newroads 225-618-8286

New Jersey
East Brunswick 732-651-2198 Springfield 973-376-8907

South Carolina
Columbia 803-787-2005

Connecticut
East Granby 860-658-6231 Wilton 203-762-7952 Windsor 860-285-3542

Tennessee
Chattanooga 423-265-6905

Massachusetts
Southboro 508-460-7300 877-460-6501

New York
Syracuse 315-446-2528

Texas
Beaumont 409-832-1748 Houston 713-821-4000 800-765-0019 Irving 972-401-3970 800-388-0126

Maryland
Columbia 410-992-3591 Mt. Airy 301-829-8095 North Potomac 301-519-2200

Ohio
Akron 330-668-3663 Columbus 614-263-1811 800-848-3538 Hamilton 513-779-8471

Florida
Coral Springs 954-752-6700 800-523-2620 Miami 305-471-0844 Tampa 813-286-7459

Utah
Salt Lake City 801-363-2555

Maine
Norridgewock 207-634-3858 800-309-8957

Oklahoma
Tulsa 918-461-9250

Georgia
Alpharetta 678-297-4960 Lilburn 770-925-7176

Virginia
Abingdon 540-623-0328 Richmond 804-330-0903

Michigan
Auburn Hills 248-391-8829 Detroit 313-366-8535

Oregon
Portland 503-244-1050 877-670-9119

Hawaii
Honolulu 808-593-8571

Wisconsin
Brookfield 262-783-7902 Sheboygan 920-803-9715

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California
Manteca 208-823-4387

Minnesota
Waconia 952-442-7058

Ohio
Wickliffe 440-585-6728

Illinois
West Lombard 630-317-6316

New Jersey
Sparta 973-670-2120

Pennsylvania
Warminster 215-674-6305

Maryland
Forest Hill 410-420-8852

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Alaska
Anchorage Huntley and Associates 907-276-5747 (phone) 907-276-6632 (fax)

Iowa
Sioux City Guggenmos & Associates 712-276-0778 (phone) 712-266-0451 (fax) Conroy Innovative Electrical Technology (IET) 319-662-9876 (phone) 319-662-9877 (fax)

Minnesota
Maple Grove Cimperman Sales 612-420-6123 (phone) 612-420-6123 (fax) Minnetonka Primus Marketing Assoc, Inc. 612-930-9024 (phone) 612-930-9056 (fax)

Alabama
Birmingham Patterson Power Products 205-985-7010 (phone) 205-985-2288 (fax)

Canton Verhill Associates 330-453-3409 (phone) 330-453-8195 (fax) Wheelersburg Verhill Associates 740-574-1335 (phone) 740-574-9808 (fax)

Oregon
Portland REP Associates 503-788-9731 (phone) 503-788-9742 (fax)

North Carolina
Kinston Electrical Power Products, Inc. 252-523-6167 (phone) 252-523-6436 (fax) Summerfield Electrical Power Products, Inc. 336-643-6722 (phone) 336-643-6588 (fax)

Arkansas
Maumelle Matthews Electrical Group 501-803-4515 (phone) 501-803-4516 (fax)

Illinois
Naperville T&D Products, Inc. 630-245-9130 (phone) 630-245-9135 (fax)

Pennsylvania
Montgomeryville Sikkema Electrical Sales, Inc. 215-699-8882 (phone) 215-699-4186 (fax) Pittsburgh VerHill Associates 412-798-4303 (phone) 412-798-4305 (fax)

Arizona
Tuscon Armstrong Sales and Associates 520-882-2771 (phone) 520-882-2783 (fax) Phoenix SW Systems Tech A Division of SST, Inc. 602-437-5030 (phone) 602-437-4387 (fax)

Indiana
Connersville Relcon Incorporated 765-825-2194 (phone) 765-825-0994 (fax) Fishers Relcon Incorporated 317-842-0505 (phone) 317-842-0506 (fax)

Nebraska
Ralston PDS, Inc. 402-596-1991 (phone) 402-596-1992 (fax)

South Carolina
Greer Electrical Power Products, Inc. 864-801-0464 (phone) 864-801-0582 (fax)

New Jersey
Edison Burgoyne Sales, Inc. 732-225-0450 (phone) 732-225-7454 (fax) Hamilton Township E.J. Spero Company 609-588-5315 (phone) 609-588-5317 (fax) Haddonfield Sikkema Electrical Sales, Inc. 609-428-1425 (phone) 609-428-7754 (fax)

Kansas
Mission Lynn Elliott Company, Inc. 913-722-6500 (phone) 913-722-2479 (fax)

California
San Diego LGE Electrical Sales, Inc. 619-268-1444 (phone) 619-292-7996 (fax) Sacramento LGE Electrical Sales, Inc. 916-369-8692 (phone) 916-369-0113 (fax) Fremont LGE Electrical Sales, Inc. 510-657-6732 (phone) 510-657-8369 (fax) Huntington Beach LGE Electrical Sales, Inc. 714-373-3950 (phone) 714-373-3955 (fax)

Tennessee
Lenoir City Electrical Power Representatives, Inc. 423-988-8897 (phone) 423-988-9887 (fax)

Kentucky
Richmond U.S.E.S. 606-623-9070 606-623-9068 Richmond U.S.E.S. 606-623-9070 606-623-9068 (phone) (fax)

Texas
Amarillo Harold Bryant, Inc. (HBI) 806-352-4960 (phone) 806-353-1847 (fax) Lewisville TRJ Marketing Group, Inc. 972-353-8297 (phone) 972-353-9262 (fax)

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New Mexico
Albuquerque Designed Power Associates 505-291-9900 (phone) 505-291-9960 (fax)

Louisiana
Baton Rouge Electric Equipment Enterprises 504-261-6404 (phone) 504-261-0770 (fax) Slidell Electric Equipment Enterprises 504-643-4435 (phone) 504-643-4472 (fax)

New York
Camillus Verhill Associates 315-672-5041 (phone) 315-672-5041 (fax) Buffalo Verhill Associates 716-913-2359 (phone) 716-836-3663 (fax) Syracuse Verhill Associates 315-475-4456 (phone) 315-471-3414 (fax) Niskayuna Verhill Associates 518-377-9323 (phone) 518-377-9323 (fax)

Utah
Bountiful Tri Power Associates 801-294-0044 (phone) 801-294-0077 (fax)

Colorado
Westminster McRae and Associates 303-438-5514 (phone) 303-438-0780 (fax)

Florida
Orlando Shores-Klebonis, Inc. 407-291-1040 (phone) 407-291-1084 (fax) Miami Thomas Electrical Sales Corp. (TESCO) 305-740-0005 (phone) 305-740-0006 (fax)

Massachusetts
Danvers Power Equipment Sales Co., Inc. 978-774-6680 (phone) 978-777-7261 (fax)

Virginia
Midlothian Blair & Associates, Inc. 804-897-2475 (phone) 804-897-4270 (fax)

Washington
Renton Summit Electric Sales Co. Inc. 425-227-9991 (phone) 425-227-9993 (fax) Valleyford Summit Electric Sales Co. Inc. 509-448-2661 (phone) 509-448-0171 (fax)

Maryland
Rockville Bretco, Inc. 301-770-1180 301-231-0785 Pasadena Bretco, Inc. 410-437-5352 410-437-6205 (phone) (fax)

Georgia
Marietta Levine Lectronics and Lectric Inc. 770-565-1556 (phone) 770-973-9264 (fax)

Ohio
(phone) (fax) Toledo VerHill Associates 419-841-8796 (phone) 419-841-7624 (fax) Cleveland VerHill Associates 216-662-8410 (phone) 216-662-8412 (fax)

Hawaii
Kaneohe LGE Electrical Sales, Inc. 808-247-6197 (phone) 808-235-4206 (fax)

Michigan
Ferndale TEPS, Inc. 248-543-1141 (phone) 248-543-2513 (fax)

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Alabama
Decatur Hatfield & Company Inc. 256-584-9660 (phone) 256-584-7026 (fax) Fairhope Hatfield Utility Supply 251-990-8881 (phone) 251-990-8883 (fax)

Savannah WESCO-Savannah 912-233-9681 (phone) 912-232-7409 (fax)

Missouri
Hattiesburg Garner Lumley Electric Supply Co. 601-544-7388 (phone) 601-544-7085 (fax)

Pennsylvania
Johnstown WESCO-Johnstown 814-536-8761 (phone) 814-535-7605 (fax) Philadelphia WESCO- Hamby Young 610-695-0994 (phone) 610-695-8022 (fax)

Hawaii
Hilo WESCO-Hilo 808-935-4821 (phone) 808-935-5984 (fax) Honolulu WESCO-Honolulu 808-839-7261 (phone) 808-839-9233 (fax) Kahului WESCO-Kahului Maui 808-877-5528 (phone) 808-871-9052 (fax)

Montana
Butte WESCO-Butte 406-782-2374 (phone) 406-782-2908 (fax)

Alaska
Anchorage WESCO-Anchorage 907-563-3350 (phone) 907-563-3134 (fax)

South Carolina
Columbia WESCO-Columbia 803-739-5471 (phone) 803-739-5469 (fax)

Nebraska
Grand Island WESCO-Grand Island 308-384-9700 (phone) 308-384-8437 (fax)

Arkansas
N. Little Rock WESCO Diversified Electric Supply 501-376-0391 (phone) 501-376-6021 (fax)

Tennessee
Nashville WESCO-Nashville 615-248-9712 (phone) 615-242-1323 (fax)

Illinois
St. Charles WESCO-St. Charles 630-513-8135 (phone) 630-513-8143 (fax)

New Hampshire
Manchester WESCO-Manchester 603-625-5456 (phone) 603-625-4013 (fax)

Texas
El Paso Triangle Electric Supply Co. 915-545-4100 (phone) 915-533-5999 (fax) Fort Worth WESCO-Fort Worth 817-831-4526 (phone) 817-831-4520 (fax) Austin WESCO-Power Supply, Inc. 512-834-9977 (phone) 512-832-0919 (fax) Houston WESCO-Power Supply, Inc. 713-674-3700 (phone) 713-674-9522 (fax) San Antonio WESCO-San Antonio 210-225-0492 (phone) 210-225-6758 (fax)

California
El Centro ESD Company 760-352-4941 (phone) 760-352-1853 (fax) San Francisco WESCO-San Francisco 415-431-9300 (phone) 415-864-6599 (fax) Santa Fe WESCO-Santa Fe Springs 562-903-1380 (phone) 562-903-1385 (fax)

Iowa
Des Moines WESCO-Des Moines 515-244-8611 (phone) 515-244-9727 (fax) Sioux City WESCO-Sioux City 712-255-7634 (phone) 712-255-3482 (fax)

New Mexico
Albuquerque WESCO-Albuquerque 505-883-5666 (phone) 505-881-7140 (fax)

North Carolina
Raleigh WESCO-Raleigh 919-839-7600 (phone) 919-839-7611 (fax)

Kentucky
Lexington WESCO-Lexington 606-293-2647 (phone) 606-299-0216 (fax)

Colorado
Denver WESCO-Denver 720-859-0500 (phone) 720-859-3565 (fax)

North Dakota
Bismarck WESCO-Bismarck 701-255-3370 (phone) 701-224-0828 (fax) Fargo WESCO-Fargo 701-232-4446 (phone) 701-234-0456 (fax)

Louisiana
Lafayette WESCO-Statewide 337-232-9164 (phone) 337-232-9210 (fax)

Connecticut
New Haven WESCO-New Haven 203-784-7701 (phone) 203-784-7799 (fax)

Utah
Draper Royal Utility Supply 801-523-3524 (phone) 801-523-3530 (fax)

Maine
Augusta WESCO-Augusta 207-623-2546 (phone) 207-623-5240 (fax)

Ohio
Aurora WESCO-Aurora 330-995-4300 (phone) 330-995-9222 (fax)

Florida
Fort Myers WESCO-Fort Myers 941-482-4197 (phone) 941-482-5063 (fax) Orlando WESCO-Orlando 407-737-4273 (phone) 407-737-4270 (fax)

Virginia
Richmond WESCO-Richmond 804-353-7353 (phone) 804-359-8397 (fax)

Michigan
Lansing WESCO-Lansing 517-887-0140 (phone) 517-887-0878 (fax)

Oklahoma
Tulsa WESCO Diversified Electric Supply 800-999-0957 (phone) 918-251-3992 (fax)

Vermont
South Burlington WESCO-Burlington 802-864-9885 (phone) 802-864-0630 (fax)

Georgia

Minnesota
St. Paul WESCO-St. Paul 651-487-7881 (phone) 651-487-7854 (fax)

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Marietta HSI Georgia Utilities 770-426-1330 (phone) 770-426-8913 (fax) Macon HSI Utilities Macon 478-788-2270 (phone) 478-788-2280 (fax)

Oregon
Portland WESCO-Portland 503-221-5664 (phone) 503-221-4424 (fax)

Guam
Tamuning WESCO-Guam 671-646-6662 (phone) 671-646-6013 (fax)

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ABB Inc. has a dedicated OEM customer sales and support team focused on those customers that add value to our products by using them in other products or systems as Original Equipment Manufacturers. In addition to pure OEM’s with significant manufacturing capability, this organization also supports those customers that add value to our products by packaging them in systems or applying them in service projects or solutions for their clients.

OEM Customer Support Center 3716 National Drive, Suite 201 Raleigh, NC 27612 (Headquarters) 877-519-8800 (phone) 877-519-8900 (fax) or 866-635-0996 (fax) OEM Customer Oriented Knowledge Center http://www.abb-oem.com

Northeast CT, DE, MA, MD, NH, NJ, RI, VT 610-377-5123 (phone) 610-377-7512 (fax) Northern MI, OH, PA 412-967-5836 (phone) 412-963-0245 (fax) Appalachian & Piedmont KY, TN, VA, WV 540-623-0328 (phone) 540-623-0704 (fax) North Carolina NC 919-783-5909 (phone) 919-783-5907 (fax)

Southeast AL, FL, GA, SC 407-732-2179 (phone) 407-732-2374 (fax) Midwest MN, ND, SD, WI 920-803-9715 (phone) 920-803-9716 (fax) Mid-America AR, IA, IL, IN, KS, MO, NB, OK 636-519-7133 (phone) 636-519-9964 (fax) Gulf Coast LA, MS, TX 713-821-4014 (phone) 713-821-3600 (fax)

Western AZ, AK, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, UT, WA, WY 858-720-1452 (phone) 858-720-1453 (fax)

For more information, contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www.abb.com.

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Arizona Phoenix 602-371-8074 800-654-6854 California Walnut Creek 925-295-1550 Colorado Littleton 303-797-4080 800-954-1450 Georgia Alpharetta 678-297-4960 Illinois Naperville 630-245-9100

Kansas Overland Park 913-317-1310 Massachusetts Southboro 508-460-7300 877-460-6501 North Carolina Charlotte 704-844-6990 Raleigh 919-783-5901 Ohio Columbus 614-263-1811 800-848-3538

Pennsylvania Eagleville 610-630-3130 888-330-4784 Pittsburgh 412-967-5822 877-967-1844 Texas Houston 713-821-4000 800-765-0019 Irving 972-401-3970 800-388-0126

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1. General.
The terms and conditions contained herein, together with any additional or different terms contained in ABB’s Proposal, if any, submitted to Purchaser (which Proposal shall control over any conflicting terms), constitute the entire agreement (the “Agreement”) between the parties with respect to the order and supersede all prior communications and agreements regarding the order. Acceptance by ABB of the order, or Purchaser’s acceptance of ABB’s Proposal, is expressly limited to and conditioned upon Purchaser’s acceptance of these terms and conditions, payment for, or acceptance of any performance by ABB being acceptance. These terms and conditions may not be changed or superseded by any additional or different terms and conditions proposed by Purchaser to which terms ABB hereby objects. Unless the context otherwise requires, the term “Equipment” as used herein means all of the equipment, parts, and accessories sold, and all software and software documentation, if any, licensed to Purchaser by ABB (“Software”) under the order. Unless the context otherwise requires, the term “Services” as used herein means all labor, supervisory, technical, and engineering, installation, repair, consulting or other services provided by ABB under the order. As used herein, the term “Purchaser” shall include the initial end use of the Equipment and/or Services; provided, however, that Paragraph 13(a) shall apply exclusively to the initial end user.

(c) The price does not include any federal, state or local property, license, privilege, sales, use, excise, gross receipts, or other like taxes which may now or hereafter be applicable. Purchaser agrees to pay or reimburse any such taxes which ABB or its suppliers are required to pay or collect. If Purchaser is exempt from the payment of any tax or holds a direct payment permit, Purchaser shall, upon order placement, provide ABB a copy acceptable to the relevant governmental authorities of any such certificate or permit. (d) The price includes customs duties and other importation or exportation fees, if any, at the rates in effect on the date of ABB’s Proposal. Any change after that date in such duties, fees, or rates, shall increase the price by ABB’s additional cost.

3. Payment.
(a) Unless specified to the contrary in writing by ABB, payment terms are net cash, payable without offset, in United States Dollars, 30 days from date of invoice by wire transfer to the account designated by ABB in the Proposal. (b) If in the judgment of ABB the financial condition of Purchaser at any time prior to delivery does not justify the terms of payment specified, ABB may require payment in advance, payment security satisfactory to ABB, or may terminate the order, whereupon ABB shall be entitled to receive reasonable cancellation charges. If delivery is delayed by Purchaser, payment shall be due on the date ABB is prepared to make delivery. Delays in delivery or nonconformities in any installments delivered shall not relieve Purchaser of its obligation to accept and pay for remaining installments. (c) Purchaser shall pay, in addition to the overdue payment, a late charge equal to the lesser of 1 1 ⁄ 2 % per month or any part thereof, or the highest applicable rate allowed by law on all such overdue amounts plus ABB’s attorneys’ fees and court costs incurred in connection with collection.

2. Prices.
(a) Unless otherwise specified in writing, all Proposals expire thirty (30) days from the date thereof. (b) Unless otherwise stated herein, Services prices are based on normal business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday). Overtime and Saturday hours will be billed at one and one-half (11 ⁄ 2) times the hourly rate; Sunday hours will be billed at two (2) times the hourly rate; and holiday hours will be billed at three (3) times the hourly rate. If a Services rate sheet is attached hereto, the applicable Services rates shall be those set forth in the rate sheet. Rates are subject to change without notice.

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4. Changes.
(a) Any changes requested by Purchaser affecting the ordered scope of work must be accepted by ABB, and resulting adjustments to affected provisions, including price, schedule, and guarantees must be mutually agreed to in writing prior to implementation of the change. (b) ABB may, at its expense, make such changes in the Equipment or Services as it deems necessary, in its sole discretion, to conform the Equipment or Services to the applicable specifications. If Purchaser objects to any such changes, ABB shall be relieved of its obligation to conform to the applicable specifications to the extent that conformance may be affected by such objection.

7. Inspection, Testing, and Acceptance.
(a) Any inspection by Purchaser of Equipment on ABB’s premises shall be scheduled in advance to be performed during normal working hours. (b) If the order provides for factory acceptance testing, ABB shall notify Purchaser when ABB will conduct such testing prior to shipment. Unless Purchaser states specific objections in writing within ten (10) days after completion of factory acceptance testing, completion of the acceptance test constitutes Purchaser’s factory acceptance of the Equipment and its authorization for shipment. (c) If the order provides for site acceptance testing, testing will be performed by ABB personnel to verify that the Equipment has arrived at site complete, without physical damage, and in good operating condition. Completion of site acceptance testing constitutes full and final acceptance of the Equipment. If, through no fault of ABB, acceptance testing is not completed within thirty (30) days after arrival of the Equipment at the site, the site acceptance test shall be deemed completed, and the Equipment shall be deemed accepted.

5. Delivery.
(a) All Equipment manufactured, assembled, or warehoused in the continental United States is delivered F.O.B. point of shipment. Equipment shipped from outside the continental United States is delivered F.O.B. United States port of entry. Purchaser shall be responsible for any and all demurrage or detention charges. (b) If the scheduled delivery of Equipment is delayed by Purchaser or by Force Majeure, ABB may move the Equipment to storage for the account of and at the risk of Purchaser, whereupon it shall be deemed to be delivered. (c) Shipping and delivery dates are contingent upon Purchaser’s timely approvals and delivery by Purchaser of any documentation required for ABB’s performance hereunder. (d) Claims for shortages or other errors in delivery must be made in writing to ABB within ten days of delivery. Equipment may not be returned except with the prior written consent of ABB and will be subject to terms specified by ABB. Claims for damage after delivery shall be made directly by Purchaser with the common carrier.

8. Warranties and Remedies.
(a) Equipment and Services Warranty. ABB warrants that Equipment [excluding Software, which is warranted as specified in paragraph (d) below] shall be delivered free of defects in material and workmanship and that Services shall be free of defects in workmanship. The Warranty Remedy Period for Equipment (excluding Software, Spare Parts, and Refurbished or Repaired Parts) shall end twelve (12) months after installation or eighteen (18) months after date of shipment, whichever occurs first. The Warranty Remedy Period for new spare parts shall end twelve (12) months after date of shipment. The Warranty Remedy Period for refurbished or repaired parts shall end ninety (90) days after date of shipment. The Warranty Remedy Period for Services shall end ninety (90) days after the date of completion of Services. (b) Equipment and Services Remedy. If a nonconformity to the foregoing warranty is discovered in the Equipment or Services during the applicable Warranty Remedy Period as specified above, under normal and proper use and provided the
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6. Title & Risk of Loss.
Except with respect to Software (for which title shall not pass, use being licensed) title to Equipment shall remain in ABB until fully paid for. Notwithstanding any agreement with respect to delivery terms or payment of transportation charges, risk of loss or damage shall pass to Purchaser upon delivery.

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Equipment has been properly stored, installed, operated, and maintained, and written notice of such nonconformity is provided to ABB promptly after such discovery and within the applicable Warranty Remedy Period, ABB shall, at its option, either (i) repair or replace the nonconforming portion of the Equipment or re-perform the nonconforming Services; or (ii) refund the portion of the price applicable to the nonconforming portion of Equipment or Services. If any portion of the Equipment or Services so repaired, replaced, or re-performed fails to conform to the foregoing warranty, and written notice of such nonconformity is provided to ABB promptly after discovery and within the original Warranty Remedy Period applicable to such Equipment or Services or 30 days from completion of such repair, replacement, or re-performance, whichever is later, ABB will repair or replace such nonconforming Equipment or re-perform the nonconforming Services. The original Warranty Remedy Period shall not otherwise be extended. (c) Exceptions. ABB shall not be responsible for providing working access to the nonconforming Equipment, including disassembly and re-assembly of non-ABB supplied equipment, or for providing transportation to or from any repair facility, all of which shall be at Purchaser’s risk and expense. ABB shall have no obligation hereunder with respect to any Equipment which (i) has been improperly repaired or altered; (ii) has been subjected to misuse, negligence, or accident; (iii) has been used in a manner contrary to ABB’s instructions; (iv) is comprised of materials provided by or a design specified by Purchaser; or (v) has failed as a result of ordinary wear and tear. Equipment supplied by ABB but manufactured by others is warranted only to the extent of the manufacturer’s warranty, and only the remedies, if any, provided by the manufacturer will be allowed. (d) Software Warranty and Remedies. ABB warrants that, except as specified below, the Software will, when properly installed, execute in accordance with ABB’s published specification. If a nonconformity to the foregoing warranty is discovered during the period ending one (1) year after the date of shipment and written

notice of such nonconformity is provided to ABB promptly after such discovery and within that period, including a description of the nonconformity and complete information about the manner of its discovery, ABB shall correct the nonconformity at its option, by either (i) modifying or making available to the Purchaser instructions for modifying the Software; or (ii) making available at ABB’s facility necessary corrected or replacement programs. ABB shall have no obligation with respect to any nonconformities resulting from (i) unauthorized modification of the Software; or (ii) Purchasersupplied software or interfacing. ABB does not warrant that the functions contained in the software will operate in combinations which may be selected for use by the Purchaser, or that the software products are free from errors in the nature of what is commonly categorized by the computer industry as “bugs.” (e) THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE,WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL OR IMPLIED, AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USAGE OF TRADE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. THE REMEDIES STATED HEREIN CONSTITUTE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AND ABB’S ENTIRE LIABILITY FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.

9. Patent Indemnity.
(a) ABB shall defend at its own expense any action brought against Purchaser alleging that the Equipment or the use of the Equipment to practice any process for which such Equipment is specified by ABB (a “Process”) directly infringes any claim of a patent of the United States of America and to pay all damages and costs finally awarded in any such action, provided that Purchaser has given ABB prompt written notice of such action, all necessary assistance in the defense thereof, and the right to control all aspects of the defense thereof including the right to settle or otherwise terminate such action in behalf of Purchaser.

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(b) ABB shall have no obligation hereunder, and this provision shall not apply to: (i) any other equipment or processes, including Equipment or Processes which have been modified or combined with other equipment or processes not supplied by ABB; (ii) any Equipment or Processes supplied according to a design, other than an ABB design, required by Purchaser; (iii) any products manufactured by the Equipment or Processes; (iv) any patent issued after the date hereof; or (v) any action settled or otherwise terminated without the prior written consent of ABB. (c) If, in any such action, the Equipment is held to constitute an infringement, or the practice of any Process using the Equipment is finally enjoined, ABB shall, at its option and its own expense, procure for Purchaser the right to continue using said Equipment; or modify or replace it with non-infringing equipment, or with Purchaser’s assistance, modify the Process so that it becomes non-infringing; or remove it and refund the portion of the price allocable to the infringing Equipment.THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPHS STATE THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF ABB AND EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER FOR ANY PATENT INFRINGEMENT. (d) To the extent that said Equipment or any part thereof is modified by Purchaser; or combined by Purchaser with equipment or processes not furnished hereunder (except to the extent that ABB is a contributory infringer); or said Equipment or any part thereof is used by Purchaser to perform a process not furnished hereunder by ABB or to produce an article; and by reason of said modification, combination, performance or production, an action is brought against ABB, Purchaser shall defend and indemnify ABB in the same manner and to the same extent that ABB would be obligated to indemnify Purchaser under this “Patent Indemnity” provision.

or services, downtime costs, delays, and claims of customers of the Purchaser or other third parties for any damages. ABB’s liability for any claim whether in contract, warranty, tort, negligence, strict liability, or otherwise for any loss or damage arising out of, connected with, or resulting from this Agreement or the performance or breach thereof, or from the design, manufacture, sale, delivery, resale, repair, replacement, installation, technical direction of installation, inspection, operation or use of any equipment covered by or furnished under this Agreement, or from any services rendered in connection therewith, shall in no case (except as provided in the section entitled “Patent Indemnity”) exceed one-half (1 ⁄ 2) of the purchase price allocable to the Equipment, or part thereof, or Services which gives rise to the claim. (b) All causes of action against ABB arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or the performance or breach hereof, shall expire unless brought within one year of the time of accrual thereof. (c) In no event, regardless of cause, shall ABB be liable for penalties or penalty clauses of any description or for indemnification of Purchaser or others for costs, damages, or expenses arising out of or related to the Equipment and/Services.

11. Laws and Regulations.
ABB does not assume any responsibility for compliance with federal, state, or local laws and regulations, except as expressly set forth herein, and compliance with any laws and regulations relating to the operation or use of the Equipment or Software is the sole responsibility of the Purchaser. All laws and regulations referenced herein shall be those in effect as of the Proposal date. In the event of any subsequent revisions or changes thereto, ABB assumes no responsibility for compliance therewith. If Purchaser desires a modification as a result of any such change or revision, it shall be treated as a change per Article 4. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as imposing responsibility or liability upon ABB for obtaining any permits, licenses, or approvals from any agency required in connection with the supply, erection, or operation of the Equipment. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York, but excluding the provisions of the United Nations
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10. Limitation of Liability.
(a) In no event shall ABB and its suppliers or subcontractors be liable for special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, whether in contract, warranty, tort, negligence, strict liability, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, loss of profits or revenue, loss of use of the Equipment or any associated equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute equipment, facilities

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Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and excluding New York law with respect to conflicts of law. Purchaser agrees that all causes of action against ABB under this Agreement shall be brought in the State Courts of the State of New York or the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. If any provision hereof, partly or completely, shall be held invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability, shall not affect any other provision or portion hereof, and these terms shall be construed as if such invalid or unenforceable provision or portion thereof had never existed.

hereunder; and (v) the rights to use the Software are non-exclusive and non-transferable, except with ABB’s prior written consent. (b) Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to convey to Purchaser any title to or ownership in the Software or the intellectual property contained therein in whole or in part, nor to designate the Software a “work made for hire” under the Copyright Act, nor to confer upon any person who is not a named party to this Agreement any right or remedy under or by reason of this Agreement. In the event of termination of this License, Purchaser shall immediately cease using the Software and, without retaining any copies, notes or excerpts thereof, return to ABB the Software and all copies thereof and shall remove all machine readable Software from all of Purchaser’s storage media.

12. OSHA.
ABB warrants that the Equipment will comply with the relevant standards of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (“OSHA”) and the regulations promulgated thereunder as of the date of the Proposal. Upon prompt written notice from the Purchaser of a breach of this warranty, ABB will replace the affected part or modify it so that it conforms to such standard or regulation. ABB’s obligation shall be limited to such replacement or modification. In no event shall ABB be responsible for liability arising out of the violation of any OSHA standards relating to or caused by Purchaser’s design, location, operation, or maintenance of the Equipment, its use in association with other equipment of Purchaser, or the alteration of the Equipment by any party other than ABB.

14. Inventions and Information.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by ABB and Purchaser, all right, title, and interest in any inventions, developments, improvements, or modifications of or for Equipment and Services shall remain with ABB. Any design, manufacturing drawings, or other information submitted to the Purchaser remains the exclusive property of ABB. Purchaser shall not, without ABB’s prior written consent, copy or disclose such information to a third party. Such information shall be used solely for the operation or maintenance of the Equipment and not for any other purpose, including the duplication thereof, in whole or in part.

13. Software License.
(a) ABB owns all rights in or has the right to sublicense all of the Software, if any, to be delivered to Purchaser under this Agreement. As part of the sale made hereunder Purchaser hereby obtains a limited license to use the Software, subject to the following: (i) The Software may be used only in conjunction with equipment specified by ABB; (ii) The Software shall be kept strictly confidential; (iii) The Software shall not be copied, reverse engineered, or modified; (iv) The Purchaser’s right to use the Software shall terminate immediately when the specified equipment is no longer used by the Purchaser or when otherwise terminated, e.g. for breach,

15. Force Majeure.
ABB shall neither be liable for loss, damage, detention, or delay nor be deemed to be in default for failure to perform when prevented from doing so by causes beyond its reasonable control including, but not limited to, acts of war (declared or undeclared), Acts of God, fire, strike, labor difficulties, acts or omissions of any governmental authority or of Purchaser, compliance with government regulations, insurrection or riot, embargo, delays or shortages in transportation, or inability to obtain necessary labor, materials, or manufacturing

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facilities from usual sources, or from defects or delays in the performance of its suppliers or subcontractors due to any of the foregoing enumerated causes. In the event of delay due to any such cause, the date of delivery shall be extended by a period equal to the delay plus a reasonable time to resume production, and the price shall be adjusted to compensate ABB for such delay.

16. Cancellation.
Any order may be cancelled by Purchaser only upon prior written notice and payment of termination charges, including but not limited to, all costs identified to the order incurred prior to the effective date of notice of termination and all expenses incurred by ABB attributable to the termination, plus a fixed sum of ten (10) percent of the final total price to compensate for disruption in scheduling, planned production, and other indirect costs.

such license shall suspend performance of this Agreement by ABB. If an export license is not granted or, if once granted, is thereafter revoked or modified by the appropriate authorities, this Agreement may be canceled by ABB without liability for damages of any kind resulting from such cancellation. At ABB’s request, Purchaser shall provide to ABB a Letter of Assurance and End-User Statement in a form reasonably satisfactory to ABB.

19. Assignment.
Any assignment of this Agreement or of any rights or obligations under the Agreement without prior written consent of ABB shall be void.

20. Nuclear Insurance – Indemnity.
For applications in nuclear projects, the Purchaser and/or its end-user customer shall have complete insurance protection against liability and property damage resulting from a nuclear incident to and shall indemnify ABB, its subcontractors, suppliers and vendors against all claims resulting from a nuclear incident.

17. Termination.
No termination by Purchaser for default shall be effective unless, within fifteen (15) days after receipt by ABB of Purchaser’s written notice specifying such default, ABB shall have failed to initiate and pursue with due diligence correction of such specified default.

21. Resale.
If Purchaser resells any of the Equipment, the sale terms shall limit ABB’s liability to the buyer to the same extent that ABB’s liability to Purchaser is limited hereunder.

18. Export Control.
(a) Purchaser represents and warrants that the Equipment and Services provided hereunder and the “direct product” thereof are intended for civil use only and will not be used, directly or indirectly, for the production of chemical or biological weapons or of precursor chemicals for such weapons, or for any direct or indirect nuclear end use. Purchaser agrees not to disclose, use, export or re-export, directly or indirectly, any information provided by ABB or the “direct product” thereof as defined in the Export Control Regulations of the United States Department of Commerce, except in compliance with such Regulations. (b) If applicable, ABB shall file for a U.S. export license, but only after appropriate documentation for the license application has been provided by Purchaser. Purchaser shall furnish such documentation within a reasonable time after order acceptance. Any delay in obtaining

22. Entire Agreement.
This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between ABB and Purchaser. There are no agreements, understandings, restrictions, warranties, or representations between ABB and Purchaser other than those set forth herein or herein provided.

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and other charges assessed by any taxing authority outside of the United States. 2. marine and war risk insurance. apparatus. duties. Similarly. at the time of order placement. Delivery 7. (domestic or export) will vary depending upon the quoted shipping terms. Purchaser shall assume the payment of all taxes. 6. process or other product. ABB Inc. ABB reserves the right to require progress payments. 3. Suite 401. Definitions will be in accordance with Incoterms 2000. All bank charges associated with the establishment of the letter of credit shall be for the account of the Purchaser. since the type of packing.) bill of lading. The letter of credit shall also provide for payment against presentation of an ABB Certificate of Completion of Manufacture in the event ABB is unable to make shipment because of causes provided in the clause entitled “Force Majeure. The beneficiary of said letter of credit shall be ABB Inc. 1501 Ardmore Blvd. Pittsburgh. the letter of credit must provide for payment upon presentation of one of the following documents: (1) Inland Bill of Lading. The Purchaser. This sale is expressly conditional on Purchaser’s assent to the terms and conditions stated below. in which event such different or additional terms and conditions shall be exclusive as to the particular subject covered. 4. A.3 under Delivery.00. fees. the terms and conditions stated below apply. Prices Unless otherwise stated in writing. dock receipt.. Quotations Each quotation is valid for 90 days from the date of the quotation unless withdrawn earlier. 2001 The following Conditions of Sale shall govern the sale of any equipment. duties. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. or (2) ABB Certificate of Completion of Manufacture. air-way bill of lading. 7.S. Applicable Terms and Conditions Unless different or additional terms and conditions are stated or referred to in the ABB proposal. fees. irrevocable letter of credit. Minimum Billing The minimum billing per order shall be $500. and type of equipment purchased.” If Purchaser requests ABB to arrange for transportation. providing for payment of partial shipments in an amount equal to quoted prices and any applicable price escalation as requested by ABB. payment shall be in United States of America currency against an Since the shipping terms may vary depending upon the type of equipment purchased and the purchaser’s requirements. Taxes ABB shall only assume the payment of taxes and fees assessed by any taxing authority in the United States on the seller with respect to this order. in accordance with paragraph 7. For more information. In the event the Purchaser appoints a freight forwarder other than the ABB chosen freight forwarder. and forwarder services. and such terms and conditions supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements or correspondence between the parties. method of shipping.. shall establish in ABB’s favor. hereafter referred to as “product. together with such additional documents as ABB deems appropriate. and other charges assessed by any taxing authority in the United States on the purchaser and shall assume the payment of all taxes. The conditions for payment under such letter of credit shall be satisfied by delivery by ABB to said United States bank of a negotiable ocean bill of lading. (hereafter referred to as ABB) hereby gives notice of its objection to any different or additional terms and conditions.B.” 1. or (3) Freight Forwarder’s Receipt. If not previously given. PA 15221. or inland (U. Purchaser’s acceptance of product is conclusive as to this assent. they shall be as stated in the ABB proposal. they shall be as stated in the individual ABB proposal. Terms of Payment Unless otherwise stated in writing. 5. an irrevocable letter of credit confirmed by a United States bank acceptable to ABB and in a form satisfactory to ABB. 535 ABB . the letter of credit must also provide for payment of the above mentioned services at actual cost.abb. prices quoted are firm for quoted deliveries.com.Export Sales 50-051X December 7.

3. ABB shall select the method of transportation. Delayed Shipment” apply. The Purchaser shall be responsible for change. or by the cancellation of.E. Shipment Damage: ABB shall not participate in any settlement of claims for concealed or other shipment damage where it is not responsible for the shipment.B. special train. 7. marine and war risk insurance and forwarder’s services. when conditions permit. lighterage. If the actual transportation charges on these shipments are less than such common carrier charges. Purchasers requiring shipment by a method or routing other than that of ABB selection shall be billed any excess or premium in transportation charges.1. the method of transportation. 7. the shipment is immediately considered delayed by the purchaser and the expenses and procedures detailed under section “15. ABB shall notify Purchaser when the products any required export/import licenses.Export Sales 50-051X In the event that no shipping or packing terms are included in the ABB proposal. acting as agent 7. the warehouse. drawings must be returned on schedule to maintain shipping date. construction.B.C.C. In no event shall ABB be responsible for demurrage or detention charges. In the event of any change in the requirements of the order prior to delivery resulting in a change in the order price. arrange ocean freight 7. . in accordance with shipping conditions current at the time of or during shipment. ABB shall absorb an amount equal to the charges of the normally selected common carrier. including. If ABB does not receive shipping instructions within such ten-day period. ABB. then no allowance shall be made for the difference. ABB may. Delivery dates are estimated. The obligation of the Purchaser to pay for the products shall not in any manner be waived by the delay or failure to secure or renew. and upon payment by the Purchaser of all amounts then due with respect to the products.D. ABB shall. 7. including insurance.B.When shipment has been 536 Appendix 11 for the Purchaser. and predicated on the prompt receipt by ABB of all information necessary to begin manufacture immediately and continue without interruption. unless other agreement is made with the Purchaser.B. or any part thereof are ready for shipment. 7. including lack of shipping instructions from the Purchaser or Purchaser appointed independent freight forwarder. b. If requested by Purchaser. Purchaser Pick-Up: No allowance shall be made in lieu of transportation if the Purchaser accepts shipment at the factory. ABB shall determine the point of origin of shipment.2. Method of Shipment: Shipping dates are approximate and are based on receipt of complete information with the order. storage. The marine insurance shall include standard warehouse-to-warehouse coverage.” the price adjustment shall be determined on the basis of the date of actual shipment. including place of storage. store such products or parts in which event the following conditions shall apply: a. the new price shall be considered as having been in effect on the date of the original quotation. any required export/import licenses. If delivery is delayed because of causes provided in the clause entitled “Force Majeure. If drawing approval is required. Purchaser shall advise ABB of shipping instructions within ten days from the date of ABB notification that the products are ready for shipment. in the event the Purchaser requests air shipment. but not limited to. and other charges incurred by ABB in fulfilling the Purchaser’s order shall be for the account of the Purchaser and payable upon submission of invoices against the letter of credit. subject to space. ship the products. Any changes for special services. or freight station. For example. forwarding. or repair of transportation facilities will be paid or reimbursed by the purchaser. if necessary. If the contemplated shipment cannot be made for any cause referred to under “Force Majeure” hereof.4. 7. the equipment will be domestic packed Ex Works at the ABB manufacturing facility. and the routing of shipment. All expenses incurred incident to ocean shipment. transportation. shall arrange for ocean shipment and procure for the benefit of the Purchaser full insurance coverage.

hostilities. delays or shortages in transportation. faulty castings or forgings. disassembly. orders. if damage is discovered. state. fires. Purchaser shall promptly notify ABB. liens. strikes. OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ALL WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE). Retain shipping container and packing material.com. shall defend the title to any affected product or part and. and ABB. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. or encumbrances. wars. in tort (including negligence or strict liability). and ABB shall be reimbursed its additional expenses resulting from such delay. demands. or material from ABB’s usual sources. instructions. Not move the product from the point of examination.S. port of shipment. lock-outs. by replacement of the defective part or parts FCA not unloaded named U. civil or military authority. acts or omissions of the Purchaser. 3. In no event shall ABB be responsible for gaining access to the product. reassembly. factory shutdowns. or inability to obtain labor. manufacturing facilities. at its expense. ABB shall correct such non-conformity by repair or. Products supplied by ABB but manufactured by others are warranted only to the extent of the manufacturer’s warranty. installed. 4.abb. the Purchaser must unpack immediately and. EXPRESS. embargoes. in writing. 537 ABB . floods. Title Warranty 8.F. For more information. and maintained in accordance with ABB recommendations and industry standard practices. Force Majeure ABB shall not be liable for failure to perform or for delay in performance resulting from any cause beyond ABB’s reasonable control or due to compliance with any regulations. 2. acts of God. or municipal Government. 9.made by ABB. Warranty DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF REMEDIES THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH BELOW ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER ABB warrants that the product supplied hereunder shall be delivered free of any and all rightful claims. or otherwise with respect to or arising out of the product or service furnished hereunder. weather. within one year from the date of first operation but in no event later than 18 months from shipment. acts. In the event of a breach of this warranty. provided the product has been stored. Any delay resulting from any such cause shall extend delivery dates to the extent caused thereby. EXCEPT TITLE AND PATENT INFRINGEMENT. Notify the carrier of any apparent damage in writing on carrier’s delivery receipt and request the carrier to make an inspection. or priority requests of any federal. Send ABB a copy of the carrier’s inspection report. or any department or agency thereof. Notify the ABB location from which shipment originated within 72 hours of delivery. must: 1. at its option. Standard Warranty Inspection and Acceptance: Purchaser has a reasonable time after receipt of the product to inspect and reject or accept the product. 5. and transportation of the product or parts from or to the place of installation. if unsuccessful. Correction of any non-conformity in the manner and for the period of time provided below shall constitute complete fulfillment of all the liabilities of ABB whether the claims of the Purchaser are based in contract. WARRANTIES WHETHER STATUTORY. The remedies provided below are the Purchaser’s sole remedies for any failure of ABB to comply with its obligations. riots. Failure to comply with the above requirements will void ABB’s responsibility. shall promptly provide to Purchaser at no cost. operated. The Purchaser’s receipt of products shall constitute a waiver of any claims for delay. 7. In any event acceptance shall be deemed to have occurred no later than 30 days after shipment. ABB warrants that the products manufactured by it will be of the kind and quality described in its specification and will be free of defects in workmanship and materials. Remedy: In the event any product supplied hereunder fails to comply with this warranty and ABB is so notified promptly.

Limitation of Liability ABB. or any part of same. or use of any product covered by or furnished under the order. claims of customers of the Purchaser. its subcontractors.B STATE THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF ABB FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT BY ANY PRODUCT FURNISHED PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT. THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPHS 10. ABB shall. shall not exceed the price of the product or part on which such liability is based.D. or (iii) modifications of the Product or combina- 11. replace it with non-infringing Product. and the Purchaser agrees to perform all acts which may be necessary to perfect and assure retention of title to such product by ABB. Patent Infringement 10. or otherwise. cost of capital. or anything done in connection therewith. 11 Appendix 538 . or from the manufacture. including settlement. shall pass to the Purchaser upon delivery of such product or part at the designated delivery point. reasonable assistance in the defense thereof. brought against Purchaser based on a claim that any Product furnished by ABB pursuant to this Agreement constitutes an infringement of any United States patent. 10. such as the performance or breach thereof. at its option. and the use of the Product is enjoined. sale. modify it so it becomes non-infringing. in tort (including negligence). or for any special. in tort (including negligence) or otherwise for damage or loss of other property or equipment. Purchaser shall indemnify ABB in the same manner and to the same extent that ABB would indemnify Purchaser pursuant to paragraph 10. provided that Purchaser gives ABB prompt notice of such suit. or (iii) Modifications of the Product or combinations of the Product with another product not furnished by ABB.A. incidental. ABB’s liability for patent infringement shall not apply to: (i) Patented processes performed by the Product or another product produced thereby. cost of purchased or replacement power or temporary equipment (including additional expenses incurred in using existing facilities). Purchaser shall. indirect. and ABB shall pay all judgments and costs recovered against Purchaser in any such suit and shall reimburse Purchaser for costs or expenses incurred by Purchaser in the defense of any such suit. either (i) obtain for ABB written assurance from the transferee that ABB and its subcontractors’ and suppliers’ protection against liability following the transfer is the equal of that provided by this contract or (ii) indemnify ABB against any liability ABB may incur in excess of that which ABB would have incurred had Purchaser obtained the above assurance from the transferee. 10. 10. loss of profits or revenue.C. In the event such Product is held to constitute infringement. defend any suit tions of the Product with another product not furnished by ABB.A.A AND 10. The remedies of the Purchaser set forth herein are exclusive and the liability of ABB with respect to any contract. Title—Risk of Loss The product sold shall remain the property of ABB and shall remain personal property until fully paid for in cash. Transfer In the event of a transfer to a third party of any product or interest therein. and suppliers of any tier shall not be liable in contract. whether in contract. loss of use of equipment or power system. resale. 12. at its expense. at its option. Risk of loss of the product. or remove the Product and refund the portion of the Contract Price applicable thereto. procure for Purchaser the right to continue using the Product.B. delivery. (ii) Products supplied according to a design other than that of ABB and which is required by the Purchaser. 10. 13. ABB shall. (ii) Products supplied according to a design other than that of ABB and which is required by the Purchaser. If a suit is brought against ABB on account of (i) any patented processes performed by the Product or with respect to another product produced thereby. including the transportation and installation thereof.Export Sales 50-051X replacement parts or equipment which complies with this warranty. or consequential damages whatsoever. and full opportunity to control all aspects of the defense thereof.

and similar materials. Tests other than those normally made by ABB shall be at the Purchaser’s expense. including but not limited to. such review. ABB has failed to design the product in accordance with the Purchaser’s specifications. the Purchaser makes changes to the contract design as covered in his specifications. In such event.com. 15. Drawing Approval and Changes If Purchaser requires approval of drawings. the cost of preparation for storage. Any order or contract may be terminated by the Purchaser only by written notice and upon payment of reasonable and proper termination charges. or rescheduled at the request of the Purchaser shall be subject to the prices and conditions of sale in effect at the time of the release of the hold or the reschedule. Returning of Product Product may not be returned except with the written agreement of ABB and subject to terms specified by ABB. If at any time. ABB reserves the right to design the product in line with. Purchaser’s failure to comply with this requirement could result in delays in performance and increased costs. and 10% of the final net price will be included in the termination charges to compensate for disruptions in scheduling. any additional costs resulting from the termination. planned production. contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. storage charges. If at drawing approval. 15. at its own expense. or any tier. good commercial practice. When products are ready for shipment and shipment cannot be made because of reasons For more information. the contract shall be subject to renegotiation of the price terms and delivery to reasonably cover any additional costs and commitments occasioned by the change. beyond ABB’s control. If export packaging is requested by Purchaser. or rescheduled beyond a reasonable period of time shall be treated as a Purchaser termination. Delayed Shipment 19. comment. Product Notices Purchaser shall provide the user (including its employees) of the product with all ABB supplied product notices. and shall. ABB shall. upon written notice to the Purchaser. Termination By Purchaser ABB shall have the right to cancel at any time by written notice for any material breach of the contract by the Purchaser. warnings.C. A reasonable amount for overhead and profit. Cancellation By ABB 15. make the appropriate changes. its suppliers. Packing and Tests If not included in the ABB proposal. 18. and handling charges.B. Suspension By Purchaser 17. All expenses incurred by ABB in connection with the storage of products. the following conditions shall apply: Risk of loss of the product shall pass to the Purchaser upon moving such product to storage. ABB shall provide a quotation for such services. Any orders held. Nuclear Insurance—Indemnity For applications in nuclear projects.abb. Contract Variations 15.S. subcontractors. the Purchaser or Owner shall have complete and proper insurance protection against liability and property damage resulting from a nuclear incident and shall indemnify ABB. products shall be packaged in accordance with standard U. 539 ABB . against all claims resulting from a nuclear incident. delayed. in ABB’s judgment.Where Purchaser’s specifications are not sufficiently detailed. ABB shall submit an invoice for such product payable upon receipt thereof. instructions. domestic packaging for transportation purposes. and other costs. Any such order held. and/or approval must be received by ABB no later than 10 working days after submittal of drawings by ABB to Purchaser. Payment shall be made within 30 days from date of invoice. 15. delayed. insurance if placed. including demurrage.14. all costs identified to the order or contract which have been incurred up to the date of notice of termination. recommendations. store such products. 16. shall be payable by the Purchaser upon submission of invoices by ABB.D.A.

Choice of Law The rights and remedies of the parties hereunder shall be governed by the law of the State of North Carolina. At ABB’s request. Purchaser shall be responsible for taking all steps necessary to clear Equipment for export and for clearing the Equipment for import into the country of destination. If an export license is not granted or. for the production of chemical or biological weapons or of precursor chemicals for such weapons. directly or indirectly. use. (c) Other than as set forth in 21(b) above. (b) If applicable. 11 Appendix 540 . directly or indirectly. any information provided by ABB or the “direct product” thereof. or for any direct or indirect nuclear end use. are intended for civil use only and will not be used. 21. Purchaser shall provide to ABB a Letter of Assurance and End-User Statement in a form reasonably satisfactory to ABB. ABB shall file for a U. export or re-export. as defined in all the US Export Control Regulations of the United States. is thereafter revoked or modified by the appropriate authorities. Purchaser shall furnish such documentation within a reasonable time after order acceptance. this Agreement may be canceled by ABB without liability for damages of any kind resulting from such cancellation. except in compliance with such Regulations. Any delay in obtaining such license shall suspend performance of this Agreement by ABB. Purchaser agrees not to disclose.Export Sales 50-051X 20. but only after appropriate documentation for the license application has been provided by Purchaser. Export Control (a) Purchaser represents and warrants that the Equipment and Services provided hereunder and the “direct product” thereof. if once granted. export license. United States of America.S.

. . . . . . . . . 194 Fusible. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270 Type PM/PMI 121 kV — 169 kV . . . . cougerplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . strategistplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oil Instrument Transformers . . 494 Cam Switches Industrial Controls . . . . . . . . . . 157 . . .com. . . . . Type LCRJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409 ELK-04. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Expulsion Capacitor Fuses . . . 508 . . . . 191 Emax. Low-Voltage DC Drives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current. 272 Type PMR/PMRI 242 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Enclosed . 129 Tap Changers—Load Type UZ. Power Factor Low-Voltage Network Quality . 485 COL. . . . . . 485 D DCS 400. . E-VEE (Electric Validation and Editing Engine). . . . . . . .2 — 3. . 156 Bar . 131 Type DTW . . 511 C C3000 Compound Water Meter . . . . . . . 403 Controls Industrial Controls Miniature Controls . . 541 ABB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 298 Single-Column Pantograph Disconnectors Type TFB 123 — 550 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . 461 Capacitor Banks Open-Stack Substation Capacitor Bank. Automatic Power Factor Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466 Capacitor Fuses Indoor CLN. . . . . . . 22 Capacitors CLMD. . . . . . . . . . . Automatic Power Factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 359 Cable Management Systems Industrial Controls Wire Duct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 461 Capacitor Voltage. . . . 482 CIL. . . . . . . .5 — 550 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CPB. . . 191 Emax. . . . . 155 Welding Isolation. . . . 460 Single-Phase Capacitor Unit . . 1. . . . . 278 Type PM 550 kV — 800 kV . . 148 ACS 400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .abb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Current. . . . . . . . . . . Dry Instrument Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339 Amorphous Metal Core . 199 ABB University. . . . . . . . . Switchgear OEM Components. . . . . . . . . . . 161 Components & Insulation Material Bushings—Condenser Type O Plus C . . . . . . . . 199 Capacitor Units Capacitor Unit Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Control Relays . . . 194 Fusible. . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dry Instrument Transformers . . . . 154 Starters . Bushings—Bulk Type A . . 28 COL. . . . . . . 131 Refurbishment/Replacement Bushings Special Feature . . . . . . . . . . . 274 Type PMG . . . . . . 363 C700 Positive Displacement Water Meter . . . . . . . . . . Power Factor Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage AC Drives . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 CADOPS Distribution Information Systems . . . . . . . 231 Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Miniature Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . .Index A A1000 ALPHA. . . . . High-Energy. . . . . . . . . . . . and A3 ALPHA Electricity Meters. 28 CMV-H. ALPHA Plus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIN Rail and Spiral Wrap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Optimize Portfolio Maintenance Planner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . 127 Bushings—Bulk Type A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 CBK 22 mm. gatewayplus . 231 Advance FTIR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 CMV. . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . 84 Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72. 186 Modular DIN Rail Components . . . . 190 Circuit Breakers Isomax . . . . . . . . . 188 Residual Current Devices . Gas Analyzers . Expulsion (Metal-Enclosed Equipment) . . . . . . . 345 ABB 300/1200. . . 199 AX1. . . . . Fault Current Limiter . . Oil Instrument Transformers . . . . 132 Composer Series Engineering Tools Distributed Control Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Non-Indicating Capacitor Fuses . . . 149 ACS 600. . . . . . 233 ACS 140. . Low-Voltage AC Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CSP Coordinated Protection Package Distribution Transformer Special Feature. . . . . . 499 . . . . . . . . . Capacitor Voltage Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High-Voltage. . Current-Limiting. . Metal-Enclosed . 401 Composite Hood/Sill Distribution Transformers . . . . . . 263 Disconnectors Center-Break Disconnectors Type SGF 72. . . . . . . . . . . 66 AOK. Retail Energy Profiler Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors . . . . 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 De-energized Switches Distribution Transformer Components . . . . . . 226 Assembled Banks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electricity Meters . . . . 411 ELK-3. 175 Center-Bolt Cover Design Distribution Transformer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pilot Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High-Energy. . . . . . High-Voltage. . . . . . . Low-Voltage AC Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 344 ALPHA. . . . 148 ACS 1000. . 411 EXK-01 . . . . Bushings—Condenser Type O Plus C. . . . .5 — 550 kV. . . . . . . . SABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage AC Drives . . . 193 Disconnect Switches Non-Fusible . . . . 29 CLC. . 504 CPA. . . . . . . .0 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 487 CLXP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291 Central Markets. . . . Energy Profiler for Windows . . . . . 170 Controllers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 — 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Appendix. 489 Capacitor Units Capacitor Unit Technology. . . . . . . . . . . Expulsion . . . 466 Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Bank. . . Expulsion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411 SMART Gas-Insulated . . . . . . 600 V. . . . . . 126 Type T . . . . . . . . . . . SIKAP . . . . . . . . . Dry Instrument Transformers . . . Expulsion Capacitor Fuses . . . 291 Double-Break Disconnectors Type SDB 123 — 420 kV . 231 R-ADVAC . 510 . . . . . . . . . 262 SID . . 487 Combination Starters . . . 128 . . . . . . . . 182 Capacitor Banks Open-Stack Substation Capacitor Bank . . . . . . . 465 Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295 Vertical-Break Disconnectors Type ONS 245 and ONS 420 . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . 527 Conductor Series/Operate Distributed Control Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . PACE . . . . . . . . . . 398 For more information. . . . . . . 519 AquaMaster Electronic Water Meter . . . . . . 154 Drive . . . . . . . 470 CBG 30 mm. . . . . . . . contact your ABB Sales Representative or visit our website at www. . . . . . . .0 kV Capacitor Fuses . . . . . . . . 198 ABB 300/1200. . . . . . Energy BOSS (Billing Options Support System). . . . . . . 475 Automatic Power Factor Capacitors Low-Voltage Network Quality. . . . . . . . . . . 499 CIL. . . . 9 Contactors Across the Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . 367 Arc Guard. . . . . . . 509 . 196 CLC. . . . . . 231 Type VHK . . . 44 Conditions of Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business Management Systems Central Markets. . 469 Harmonic Filter Systems . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216 B Bar Contactors . . . . . . . . 483 Circuit Breakers Circuit Protective Devices Isomax . 280 Disconnect Switches Circuit Protective Devices Non-Fusible . 128 Type LCRJ. . 195 Enclosed . 198 CLN. . . . . . . . 276 Type PMI . 411 ELK-14. . . . . . . . . . . Expulsion . . . Type HKE . . Expulsion Capacitor Fuses . . 481 CLC. . . Expulsion (Metal-Enclosed Equipment) Capacitor Fuses. . . . . . . . 413 cougerplus Business Management Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 397 Power Plant Controls and Automation System Symphony DCS . . . . . . . . . . Pilot Devices . . . . . . . . 151 DCS 500B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301 Distributed Control Systems Turbine Control and Automation System Turbine Control and Condition Monitoring Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 CXP. SABLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dry Instrument Transformers . . . . . . . . . webmerchantplus. . Medium-Voltage AC Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Dead-Tank Circuit Breakers Type PM/PMI 38 kV — 72 kV . . 127 . . . . . . . . Capacitor Voltage Transformers . . . . . 12 Across the Line Contactors . . 164 Conventional Substations Plug and Switch System PASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . Non-Indicating . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Tap Changers—De-energized Type DTU . . . . 150 ADVAC. . 406 AIN ALPHA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/O Interfaces Symphony/Harmony Area Management and Control Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 Consulting . . . . . . . . . . 129 . . 160 ACS 100. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 482 CLMD. . . . . . . . . . . 465 Pole-Mounted Capacitor Bank. 460 Single-Phase Capacitor Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 481 CLXP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 489 CMF. . . . . 600 V. . . . . . . . . . . . Type T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electricity Meters . . . . . . . . 193 ADVAC . . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage DC Drives. . . . Oil Instrument Transformers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 483 Outdoor CXP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Single Insulator Disconnect LSID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GenCo/Trading gimsplus . . . .

. . . . . . . . 340 Portable ALPHA. . . . . . . 242 EXK-01. . . . . . . 34 VOZ-15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FORESITE Distribution Information Systems FSM3 Fire Service Water Meter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 Distribution Transformer Components HV Bushing Wells and LV Bushings . . . . . . . 347 EnergyAxis ALPHA STARS . . . . . . . . . 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 372 . . . . Relays . . . . . . . . . . . 372 . . . . . . . . 352 Polyphase—ABS-2 . GenCo/Trading gimsplus. . . . . . . . .Index Water and Wastewater Plant Control and Automation System Industrial. . . . . . . . 339 Switchboard ALPHA. . 104 Dynamic UPS (DUPS) Power Quality Apparatus . . . . GIS-termination. . . . . . . . . 349 Electromechanical Single-Phase—AB1 and AB1R . . . . . . . . . . . . 305 Type TEB 170 — 550 kV . . . . Generation. . . . . . . 328 324 332 535 F Fault Current Limiter IS-Limiter. . . . . 30 KIR-60/75. . . . . . . . . . 226 . . 345 Meter Software . . . . . . . . . . 84 Distribution Transformers Padmounted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Duracast. . . . . . . . . Flameproof Motors . . 104 Dry Instrument Transformers CMF. . 148 ACS 140 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gatewayplus . . . . . . . 349 Electronic Brakes. 28 CLC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gas-Insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . ZV-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Enclosed. . . . . . . . Small Power Transformers . . . . . . . Distribution Transformer Components . . . . . . . 92 Duracast Dry and Cast. . . . . . . 341 ION Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . Conventional Substations . . . 356 Polyphase—ABS-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 502 . . . . . Generators High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Synchronous Generators . . . . . . . . 400 System Engineering Tools Composer Series Engineering Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . NCX . . . . . 150 Low-Voltage DC DCS 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 ALPHA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357 Polyphase—ABS-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 ELK-04. 29 PPM. 253 Loadbreak. . . . . Low-Voltage Current . . . . ALPHA Plus. . . Low-Voltage Current. . . . 406 406 406 406 406 406 223 . . 470 . Low-Voltage Current . . . . . . 511 Earthing Switches Type TEC 72. 358 Electronic Overload Relays . . Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Protective Relays . . . 169 Electronic Monitoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medium-Voltage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 VPE (Vacuum Pressure Encapsulated) . Business Management Systems . . . . . Vista II Multiwave Process Photometers . . . 348 EnergyAxis AMR Server . . . . . . . . . . . . Conventional Substations . . . . . . . 67 Solid Distribution. . . . . . . Electricity Meters. 94 Distribution Transformer. . . . . . 365 . . 345 Meter Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 509 Energy Profiler Online Business Management Systems . . . . . . . . . 496 . . . . Wound Rotor Induction Motors . Harmonic Filter System Power Quality Apparatus . . . . . . . . Disconnect Switches . 440 . . 521 Electricity Meters Electronic ALPHA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moisture-Proof Tube . . . . . 307 Type TEB 170 — 550 kV . PACE . . . Surge Arresters EXLIM-R. . . 354 Polyphase—ABS-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Model 4212 Pour Point Analyzer . . 405 . . . . . Symphony. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411 ELK-14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Energy BOSS (Billing Options Support System) Business Management Systems . . . . . . . . . . EXLIM-T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Questor IV Process Mass Spectrometers . . . . . 403 Distribution Cutouts Non-Loadbreak. . . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . ALPHA Plus. . . . . . . 340 Portable ALPHA. . . 339 Switchboard ALPHA. . . . . Distribution Reclosers . . Starters. . . . . . 508 EnergyAxis ALPHA STARS. . . . . . . . 457 E E-VEE (Electric Validation and Editing Engine) Business Management Systems . . . cougerplus . . . . 411 Emax. . . . 88 Protective Links . . Surge Arresters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and A3 ALPHA . . Relays . . . . Protective Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arc Guard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 495 FEEDERALL . . . ALPHA Plus. . . webmerchantplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . 342 AIN ALPHA. . Special Feature CSP Coordinated Protection Package . . . . . . . . . 143 11 542 . . . . . . . . 142 . . . . . . . . . . . 295 DPU 1500R. . . . . . 510 Energy Profiler for Windows Business Management Systems . . . . 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Networkir. . . . . . . 30 PPW. Vista II Model 2007 Fuel Sulfur Analyzer . Contactors . . . 313 . . . . . . . . . . Single-Phase . . . . . . . . . . 411 EXLIM-P. . . . . . . 225 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 . 244 Special Feature PCD . . . . . . . . . . 349 ESVA. . . . . . High-Voltage Induction Motors Standard Induction Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . and A3 ALPHA . . . . . . 330 EXLIM-Q. . . . . . . 401 Human System Interface Conductor Series/Operate . . . . . strategistplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and A3 ALPHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . Model 4210 Freezing Point Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Poletype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALPHA Plus. . . . . . . . . . . . 149 ACS 600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disconnect Switches . 141 . . . 450 . . . . . . . . . . 246 Loop Control Module (LCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 399 Symphony—Enhanced with Industrial . . . ALPHA Plus. . . . . 249 Single-Phase Tripping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 353 Polyphase—ABS-3 . . . . . . . . . . . 494 FORESITE . . . . . . . . . . . 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 388 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electricity Meters 348 EnergyAxis AMR Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 384 DPU 2000R. Export Sales 50-051X . . . . . . . . . . . Optimize Portfolio Maintenance Planner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALPHA Plus. . . . Vista II Process Gas Chromatograph. . . . . . . . . . . . 347 EnergyAxis ALPHA STARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 DCS 500B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . gatewayplus. GIS Plug-In Termination EHSVS Power Cables and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Electronic Thermistor. . . . . Relays. . . . 172 Electronic Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Drives Low-Voltage AC ACS 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 DLA. . . Conventional Substations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Hand-Operating Type HA 31 — 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 456 Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) . . and A3 ALPHA . . . . ICX . . . . . . . . . 255 Interchangeable. 35 Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister Distribution Transformer Components . 405 . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage Current. . . . . . . 93 DO-III Expulsion Fuse Links . . . . . 405 . . 495 . . . . 90 DO-III Drawout Load-Break Expulsion Fuse Holder . . . 89 LBOR-II Load-Break Switch. . . . . 28 CMV-H. . . . . 94 Double-Break Disconnectors Type SDB 123 — 420 kV . . . Vista Model 4100 On-Line RVP Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 DO-III Expulsion Fuse Links Distribution Transformer Components . . . . . APEGA 84 — 420 kV Power Cables and Accessories . . . . . Low-Voltage Current . . 348 EnergyAxis AMR Server. . . . . . Advance FTIR . GPU 2000R. . . I/O Interfaces Symphony/Harmony Area Management and Control Products. . Model 4211 Cloud Point Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Dry and Cast Transformers VPI (Vacuum Pressure Impregnated) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and A3 ALPHA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 VOZ-75/11. Medium-Voltage Current . LBU II . . . 342 AIN ALPHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Drywell Current-Limiting Fuse Cannister . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Center-Bolt Cover Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Model 4214 Flash Point Analyzer . . . . . . . Surge Arresters. . . . . . Questor GP Process Mass Spectrometers . . . . . . . . . 259 Distribution Information Systems Distribution CADOPS . Medium-Voltage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411 ELK-3. . Ground Fault Locating System (GFLS) Protective Relays . . 501 . . . . . . . . . . 92 De-energized Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 — 300 kV . . . . Circuit Breakers . . . 496 Distribution Reclosers ESVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257 Special Feature. . . . . . 344 A1000 ALPHA . 308 Electric Utility Sales and Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 ACS 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 344 A1000 ALPHA . . . . . . . . . 402 Controllers. . . . . . . . 195 G Gas Analyzers Process Analytics The Advance Optima System . . . . . . . . . . 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conventional Substations . . . 341 ION Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 VIY-60. . and SCADA Systems . . . . 384 Drive. . . . . Surge Arresters . . . . . . GPU 2000R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355 Polyphase—ABS-5U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Electronic Timing. . . . . . Medium-Voltage Current . . . Fusible. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242 VR-3S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Protective Relays . . Softstarters. . . . . 444 . . . . . . 26 CMV. . Medium-Voltage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 DO-III. FEEDERALL Distribution Information Systems Flameproof Motors High-Voltage Induction Motors. and A3 ALPHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 RESIBLOC . 31 KOR-11. . . . . Power. . . . . . gimsplus Business Management Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 287 LTB E SF6 . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage . . . .com. . . . 149 ACS 600 . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Welding Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330 EXLIM-T . . . 141 Flameproof Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 IEC Switchgear Medium-Voltage ZS-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current Oil Instrument Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Electronic Thermistor. . . . . . . SMPGB 123 — 362 kV. . . . . 270 Type PM/PMI 121 kV — 169 kV . . . 155 Welding Isolation . . . 483 Induction Heating and Melting Applications . . 16 Indoor Capacitor Fuses CLN. . . . 123 Industrial Controls Contactors Across the Line . 442 HV and EHV Power Cable Systems Power Cables and Accessories . 333 High-Voltage Synchronous Machines Synchronous Generators . 160 Combination . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Circuit Protective Devices System Pro M Miniature Circuit Breakers . . . Medium-Voltage . . 276 Type PMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308 Operating Mechanisms Motor Operating Type MT 50 and MT 100 . . . . . . . . 177 Limit Switches Plastic . . . . . . . . . . . . . 543 ABB . . . . . 181 Cam Switches . . . . . . . 168 Power Electronic Brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Reduced Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIN Rail and Spiral Wrap . . . . . . . . . . 167 Type SSM. . . . . . . . 228 ZX-1 . . . 183 Cable Management Systems Wire Duct. . . 156 Bar . . 265 Power Circuit Breakers Dead-Tank Type PM/PMI 38 kV — 72 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . 289 Human System Interface Conductor Series/Operate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 CBG 30 mm . . 166 Type SSD. . . . . . . . . . . . Power Factor Capacitors . . . . . . . . 152 Industrial Controls Contactors Across the Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Electronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Motorformer/Powerformer Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Generators Low-Voltage Motors IEC Standard Motors. . . . . 181 Cam Switches . . . . . . . . . . APEGA 84 — 420 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Industrial Controls Cable Management Systems Wire Duct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Metal . . . . 307 Type TEB 170 — 550 kV . . . . . Expulsion (Metal Enclosed Equipment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 DCS 500B . . . . . . . . . . Low-Voltage . . . . . . . . . . 282 Live-Tank LTB D1/B SF6 . . 174 Pilot Devices CBK 22 mm . . . 600 V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Circuit Breakers Isomax . . . 278 Type PM 550 kV — 800 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274 Type PMG . . . . . . . . 174 Pilot Devices CBK 22 mm . . . . . . . . . . . . 322 Station Class EXLIM-R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Industrial Products Motors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current-Limiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 DLA . . . . 159 Starters Across the Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .High-Voltage Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Emax . . . . . . . 195 Enclosed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305 Type TEB 170 — 550 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Manual Motor Protectors . . . . 301 Earthing Switches Type TEC 72. . . . . . Power Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 Type SSD. . . . . . . . . . . 157 Overload Relays Thermal . . . . . . . 425 I ICX. 188 Residual Current Devices. . . 171 Electronic Monitorin