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Catalog 70

DynaVar® SURGE ARRESTERS
IEC 5KA, 10KA Class 1 & 2 and IEEE Distribution & Riser Pole Surge Arresters

Experience & Reliability

Page 1 | August 2012

..................Material Hubbell Power Systems.............. Page 2 | August 2012 ....70-5 Routine Production Tests.... ....... from the Company's distributor...70-13 PVI-LP 10 kA IEC Class 2.Application Hubbell Power Systems. Inc.......70-16 PVR-Optima 10 kA IEEE Riser Pole.................... we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.......................70-15 PDV100-Optima 10 kA IEEE Heavy Duty. or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product. and is non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any person other than such first Buyer........ This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product.70-10 PDV-65 5 kA IEC......O. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty.. Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser......... COURSE OF DEALING.. In the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems........... The Company's warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company.............B.................................... at the Company's option....... NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement....70-14 PDV65-Optima 5 kA IEEE Normal Duty......................................... © Copyright 2012 Hubbell Inc............ This applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation......... its liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study... of any product defective under the warranty which is returned to the Company within one year from the date of shipment...70-3 Rating Selection Considerations... The Company shall in no event be liable for any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer... F..........70-4 Design Characteristics...... or if it is provided free of charge.. Inc.... warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and workmanship..70-8 Ordering...70-17 Warranty ..........70-2 Introduction................. WHETHER EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW..................70-3 Basic Construction.......... does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. Inc. SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. factory................................................... NO OTHER WARRANTY.....Table of Contents Page Warranty. Reliability Warranty ... The Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement.......70-12 PDV-100 10kA IEC Class 1............. USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED...............................

aging. to fully control the quality and manufacturing processes. PVR and PVI-LP arresters can be used with all standard mounting arms and brackets. They are also supplied with all the necessary fasteners. and this in-company capacity allows us Figure A: Distribution Arrester Offerings Protection Margin PVR-Optima PDV100-Optima IEEE C62. The PDV-100 serves the IEC Class 1 arrester market. and seal design.11 Compliant PDV65-Optima Good Better PDV 65 PDV-100 IEC IEC 60099-4 Compliant Best PVI-LP Page 3 | August 2012 . PVI-LP and PVR arrester is made up of a series of varistor blocks that are manufactured by Ohio Brass in our two state-of-the-art plants located in Ohio and South Carolina. As a market leader in arrester technology since 1950. The PVR-Optima targets cable applications and the PVI-LP® is our IEC Class 2 offering.Introduction Ohio Brass introduced the very first U. The newest in the line. Ohio Brass has a proven track record of advanced arrester technology. Figure A portrays this broad offering of arresters for both the IEC and IEEE distribution markets. Ohio Brass has many years of experience and proven ability in manufacturing these Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs). contamination. distinguished product quality. In addition to ESP™’s exceptional performance as an insulator material. isolators. Optima adds a new disconnector which improves system reliability and increases TOV capability. enable mounting options that best suit every individual customer. Basic Construction Each PDV.S. ESP’s properties have been confirmed in a series of performance tests that include tracking resistance. along with optional mounting brackets such as the cross arm or transformer bracket. with integrated disconnector. The PDV-65 offers cost effective protection for a normal duty arrester. and extraordinary customer support that establishes Ohio Brass as a premier manufacturer of arrester products. These MOVs dictate the performance characteristics of the arrester and are locked in place with tightly wound layers of fiberglass filament impregnated with epoxy resin. non-ceramic arrester in 1986 and continues to be the market leader with a full line of polymer arresters for distribution voltages. Polymer Housing The arrester housing is made from our proprietary blend of ESP™ silicone alloy. Mounting The PDV. A specially designed fiberglassfilled polyester insulating bracket. and terminal attachments.

00 Impedance Grounded & Ungrounded Circuits* 2.40 24.30 22.40 5.30 15.97 14.65 8.30 22.54 4.60 12.86 23.52 22. Consult your Hubbell Power Systems Representative for further information. Table 1: Energy Capability Max. Contact your Ohio Brass representative for details.40 29. this is normally the maximum line-to-ground voltage — e. The selection of the actual type will be primarily governed by the insulation being protected.4 1.2 1.65 kV on a 12.80 6. the data shown in this catalog includes the traditional duty-cycle voltage rating associated with the Uc of each arrester.70 15.00 22.10 7.00 12.65 7.8 2. For convenience.70 12.34 26.4 2.00 24.20 24.30 15.30 15.40 4.00 34. Smaller arresters than shown may be used.90 11.70 15.78 22.40 12.40 34.10 7.Figure B: Cutaway View of Typical Unit Cutaway View of Typical Polymer Arrester Module Stainless Steel Terminal Stud Stamped Stainless Steel Nameplate ESP™ Silicone Alloy Rubber Housing Metal Oxide Varistor Belleville Washer Epoxy-Fiberglass Wrap Metal Oxide Varistor Live Silicone Interface End Terminal Rating Selection Considerations Selection of arrester is based upon the continuous operating voltage (COV or Uc) that is applied across the arrester in service (line-to-ground).00 24.00 N/A N/A Nominal 2.90 36.00 12. Page 4 | August 2012 . For ungrounded or impedance-grounded systems.30 15.65 7.47 13.00 22.UC Type PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima 1.55 2. it may be possible to use a lower rating.2 Table 2: Normally Recommended UC for Various System Voltages System Line-to-Line Voltage (kV) Arrester UC (kV) Effectively Grounded Neutral Circuit 2.08 7.55 5.40 24.16 4. Energy Discharge Capability Arrester kJ/kV .2 3.65 12.70 13.g.26 11.50 Maximum 2.55 5.. For arresters on effectively grounded systems.10 5. the Uc should be 90 percent of maximum phase-to-phase voltage or larger.20 13. 7.40 8.94 33. Following topics discuss important arrester design parameters.30 15.30 24.51 Note: Based on single impulse test *Depending on System Grounding conditions.80 20.10 5.20 13.47 kV multi-grounded system.00 23.

11 Product PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima Temperature (oC) 130 111 115 115 115 115 Time (hrs) 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Watts Loss Continuously Decreasing Continuously Decreasing Continuously Decreasing Continuously Decreasing Continuously Decreasing Continuously Decreasing 3.1% IEEE C62.11 IEEE C. MOV block samples are subjected to 18 to 20 discharges each with a current magnitude and duration as listed on Table 3 with one minute cooling interval between each discharge. Table 4: Accelerated Aging Performance Standard IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEEE C. The prorated sections demonstrated thermal stability.62.5% IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 230 2000 5% 0.11 PDV100-Optima 250 2000 10% 1. power lines can discharge currents of low magnitude for significantly long durations as compared to a lightning stroke. Dynavar® arresters are tested to ensure they are capable of withstanding high current impulses while demonstrating thermal recovery. the MOV test samples are subjected to twenty 8/20 µs lightning strokes and two 4/10 µs high current impulses of specified magnitude followed by another 8/20 µs discharge voltage verification impulse. It is evident that the arrester designs performed much superior to standard requirements. The Ohio Brass MOV blocks are tailored to meet this challenge. Table 3 shows that the actual changes are well below the tolerances allowed by standards. is a necessity.Design Characteristics 1.2% IEEE C62.62. thus demonstrating product excellence.11 PVR-Optima 250 2000 2.1% IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 550 2000 5% 0. Excellent stability is demonstrated with a continuous reduction in watts loss for the entire test period. Standard Table 3: Long Duration Current Impulse Compliance Allowed Discharge Tolerance (%) Product Current (A) Duration (µs) Actual Discharge Tolerance (%) 5% 4. Operating Duty Performance: Distribution systems are affected more by lightning strokes than switching operations. The probability of the number of strokes and the magnitude of these strokes depend upon several factors that cannot be controlled or predicted accurately. During this test. 4. demonstrating sample validity. Heat Dissipation Behavior: The intent of this test is to ensure that the prorated test sample used for durability design tests has a thermal cooling characteristic that is slower than or equal to the actual unit.2% IEEE C62. Accelerated Aging: Ensuring stable arrester performance. Table 5 compares the actual performance of the prorated sections under these test conditions with the tolerances permitted by the standards. The sample discharge voltages are verified before and after long duration discharges with a 10 kA 8/20 µs current wave to confirm no damage. after installation. Page 5 | August 2012 .0% IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 75 2000 5% 1.11 IEEE C. Long Duration Current Impulse: Depending upon the system impedance and system conditions.11 PDV65-Optima 75 2000 5% 0.62. All prorated samples showed a slower cooling rate than a complete unit. MOV blocks are thermally aged at 115˚C for 1000 hours at voltages specified by standards while continuous measurements of disc watts loss are recorded.

11 Product PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima Two .60% 1.50 0. 4/10 µs Current Waves (kA) 65 100 100  65 100 100 Allowed Discharge Tolerance (%) 5. It can be observed that the asymmetrical peak to the symmetrical peak ratios are greater than 2.11 IEEE C62. The Optima utilizes a capacitance-based isolator which improves the TOV capability while increasing the reliability of disconnector function. The Optima technology results in a family of TOV curves that are a function of the voltage UC of the arrester.00% 10. during an unlikely condition of a short circuit.11 IEEE C62.S capability as well as the asymmetrical peak capability depending on system X/R conditions. All Ohio Brass arresters.00% 1. For more information. Table 6.00% 5.30% 5. Samples with disconnectors were subjected to low current long duration tests and duty cycle/operating duty tests as summarized in Tables 3 and 5 to verify normal arrester operation under surge conditions.80 0. Standards specify the detonation curve be defined for fault currents ranging from 20 to 800 Amps. The capacitor-based isolator is more reliable as it prevents thermal run away situations that might be possible with commonly available resistor designs. Table 7 specifies the characteristics of the Optima disconnector. contact your Ohio Brass sales representative. Table 8 displays the demonstrated high and low symmetrical RMS current withstands and their durations.11 compliant Optima distribution arresters. This has been achieved with a patented capacitor-based disconnector design instead of the traditional resistor designs.30 0.Table 5: Operating Duty Test Characteristics Standard IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEEE C62.20 0. Table 6: Standard Disconnector Characteristics Normal Disconnector Current Sensitivity (A) 20 100 200 800 Time to respond (s) 1. comply with the standards. The disconnector operation under faulted condition was also verified. The magnitude and duration of the systemgenerated TOV that the arrester can withstand is best expressed graphically. 8. Both the IEC 60099-4 and IEEE C62. This is done to ensure continuous system operation in the rare event of an arrester short circuit and to provide a visual indication of the disconnected unit. The disconnector will isolate the ground lead at currents as low as 1 A. specifies the current sensitivity and the time response of the standard disconnector.00% 10. It is important to consider both the symmetrical R.00% 10.00% Actual Discharge Tolerance (%) 0. It is also important to verify that the disconnector does not operate under surge conditions but isolates the ground lead during arrester short circuit.00% 5. Partial Discharge Performance: Partial discharges in arresters can result in radio interferences and initiate material fatigue that can reduce the life of arresters. The three curves on page 7 show the TOV capability versus time for the Ohio Brass arresters in this catalog. Disconnector Operation: It is a common utility practice to attach a ground lead disconnector to distribution arresters.00 0.50% 1. Ohio Brass now offers its advanced disconnector with all its IEEE C62.05 Table 7: Optima Disconnector Characteristics Optima Disconnector Current Sensitivity (A) 1 10 20 100 200 800 Time to Respond (s) 7. Table 8 also outlays the asymmetrical peak withstand and its duration.11 standards require that the arrester shall demonstrate a partial discharge value of less than 10pC.M. Pressure Relief Capability: Ohio Brass arresters are designed such that. they demonstrate sufficient explosion proof and shatter resistant properties.38% 2.18 0.05 6.00 1. Utilities have identified the necessity to have a more sensitive disconnector that isolates the ground lead at lower current levels.5. Page 6 | August 2012 . 7.28 0.65% 3. Power Frequency Voltage versus Time Characteristics: Power systems are not ideal and periodically have temporary over voltages (TOV) caused by a variety of reasons.

8 1.IEC TOV Capability with prior duty Time-Seconds ANSI TOV Capability with no bracket.2 0. EU1512 for PDV100. Distribution Arresters Without Optima Bracket 1.000A & 0.2 0.2 .5 1.000A & 0.2 1.300 50.2s 600A & 1s 20.hubbellpowersystems. No Prior Duty ANSI No Prior Duty TOV Curves.2s 600A & 1s 15.11 IEEE C62.2 0.11 IEEE C62.000 Duration (s) 0.4 Voltage per unit Uc 1.3 1.11 Page 7 | August 2012 Product PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima High Symmetrical RMS (A) and Duration Low Symmetrical RMS (s) (A) and Duration (s) 15.7 1.01 0. and EU1480 for PVR on the Hubbell Power Systems website: www.000A & 0.com/powertest/literature-library/pdflib_design.000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 20. refer to online Design Test Reports: EU1415 for PDV65.250 50.000 38.2 0.1 0.000A & 0.6 Voltage per unit Uc 1.2s 2020A & 1s 41.2s 600A & 1s 20.000A & 0.2 0.000 107.html Table 8: Symmetrical & Asymmetrical Pressure Relief Capability Standard IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEEE C62.250 55.2s 600A & 1s Asymmetrical Peak (A) 38.1 1 10 100 1000 Time (Seconds) PVR PDV65 PDV100 For ANSI Optima products.

Arrester Routine Tests: • Physical Inspection – Every molded rubber part.Routine Production Tests Ohio Brass maintains stringent testing controls in accordance with IEC 60099-4 to ensure that the customer receives consistent quality with every product. • Reference Voltage Test – This test measures the voltage once a predetermined maximum peak current is reached. • Watts Loss Test – This test measures the AC watts loss and capacitive current characteristics of the disc. • High Current Test – Each 5 disc sample is subjected to two high current discharges of the same polarity to ensure high current characteristics. wrap module. The routine tests listed below. these values are in excess of common requirements.11 IEEE C. Ohio Brass also performs various Quality Assurance tests on every batch of MOV blocks. MOV Block Routine Tests: • Physical Inspection – Visual tests are performed post grind.62. • Partial Discharge Test – This test ensures that the partial discharge level of the arrester does not exceed a level of 10 pC. this test is performed to quantify the batch energy capability. • AC Life Test – The discs are placed under test conditions for a minimum of 250 hours to verify performance. and for a final visual inspection. post energy test.11 IEEE C. ensure that Ohio Brass products demonstrate a superior level of quality. block. bracket and completed unit is visually examined to reject defective products.62. • Rated Energy Test – This procedure confirms the energy capability of each zinc oxide disc element. in addition to highly controlled manufacturing processes. please contact your Ohio Brass account representative.11 Tension Product PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima Cantilever Moment NM 27 135 128 45 80 135 Tension N 680 908 1360 680 908 1360 Torsion NM 27 27 54 27 27 54 Compression N 680 908 1360 680 908 1360 Page 8 | August 2012 . As can be observed. MOV Block Batch QA Tests: • Square Wave Energy Test – Performed on a 5 disc sample from each batch.62. For values of arresters with insulating brackets or any other special condition. Table 9: Mechanical Working Values of Arresters Standard IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEC 60099-4 IEEE C. Arrester Mechanical Working Values Mechanical parameters: The conservative mechanical working values shown in Table 9 are for the arrester unit itself. • Discharge Voltage Test – Every block undergoes an 8/20 current wave impulse to verify its V-I characteristics.

Note: Arrester bracket ranges reflect minimum bracket requirements.7 to 19. Table 10 illustrates the electrical parameters. please contact your Ohio Brass representative for additional bracket and hardware options. Table 11 shows the standard brackets for each Ohio Brass arrester.2/50 75 80 95 Insulation withstand (kV) Bracket Size Rating Range (kV) UC Range (kV)   3 to 12  2.2  Short 15 to 24  12. Page 70-9 shows the drawings for the available insulating base brackets.55 to 10.Arrester Accessories & Ordering Information Insulating Base Brackets: Utilities can cut the cost of providing a standoff insulator for arrester support by choosing the cost effective optional insulating base bracket along with the arrester.5  Medium 27 to 36* 22 to 29* Long *Note: (*) PDV-100 has higher kV range. For special locations with extreme contamination levels. Bracket Drawings Dimensions: Inches (mm) Short Medium Dimensions: Inches (mm) Long Dimensions: Inches (mm) Experience Page 9 | August 2012 . Table 10: Insulating Bracket Electrical Parameters Insulation withstand (kV) Power Frequency Withstand(kV) Dry 40 45 50 Wet 20 25 30 Table 11: Standard Bracket Selection Criteria Bracket Type Short Medium Long BIL (kV) 1.

the catalog number would be 214210-CCAA. Table 12 shows the available hardware for each arrester group. Based on the hardware configuration.11 IEC60099-4 IEC60099-4 IEC60099-4 IEC60099-4 IEC60099-4 IEC60099-4 Product PDV65-Optima PDV100-Optima PVR-Optima PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP PDV-65 PDV-100 PVI-LP Prefix Codes See Table 21 2137XX 2216XX 2133XX 2132XX 2184XX 2140XX 2142XX 2145XX US Hardware Configuration √ √ √ See Note √ √ Metric Hardware Configuration Page 13 14 15 10 11 12 10 11 12 See Note √ √ Performance Page 10 | August 2012 . Ex: For an IEC PDV-100 arrester of 8. Table 12: Available Arrester Hardware Standard IEEE C62.11 IEEE C62. please select your choice of the last four digits. For an IEEE PDV100-Optima of 8.4 kV UC without any hardware.4 kV UC with basic hardware the catalog number is 213709-7202.11 IEEE C62. Choose the appropriate first six digits of the arrester shown in the “Catalog Number” column of the electrical characteristics table in the following pages.Ordering your arrester: Arresters are identified by their 10 digit part numbers.

change the BC to CC NOTE: PDV-65 arrester catalog number requires different voltage code depending on prefix. & Protective Cap Hex Nut. & Protective Cap Hex Nut. Wire Clamp. Hex Nut & Ground Strap Isolator.Table 13: Common U. Wire Clamp & Washer Hex Nut. Wire Clamp. Wire Clamp.S. Hardware Configurations Suffix 7202 7213 7214 7224 7234 7233 7313 7314 7324 7334 7333 7533 7534 Top Hardware Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut. & Protective Cap Hex Nut. Wire Clamp & Washer *To add a protective cap. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. Protective Cap. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. Hex Nut & Ground Strap Isolator. Hex Nut & Ground Strap Isolator. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. & 18" Lead Wire Hex Nut. & 18" Lead Wire Mounting Hardware None Insulated Base Bracket Insulated Base Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & NEMA 4x5 X-Arm Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Insulated Base Bracket Insulated Base Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & NEMA 4x5 X-Arm Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Insulated Base Bracket & Transformer Bracket Bottom Hardware Hex Nut. Hex Nut & Ground Strap Isolator. No Isolator Hex Nut. Protective Cap. Wire Clamp & Washer Hex Nut. Hex Nut & Ground Strap Isolator. & Protective Cap Hex Nut. Wire Clamp. Flatwasher Isolator. See Table 15. Short Bracket with Disconnector Medium Bracket with Disconnector Long Bracket with Disconnector Bottom Hardware No Accessories Hex Nut. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Table 14: Common Metric Hardware Configurations Suffix CCAA CCBE CLBC* C1BC* CVBC* Top Hardware No Accessories Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Mounting Hardware No Bracket No Bracket. Wire Clamp. Wire Clamp. & Protective Cap Hex Nut. Page 11 | August 2012 . Wire Clamp & 2 Washers. Wire Clamp. Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Isolator. Wire Clamp.

8  68.1  49.5 67.8  144.1    81  82 36    29 430 1290 450 419 368 4.0 125  25.4 74 24 36    29 79 29 Residual Voltage Ures (kV) 0.7 63 13 18    15.6  88.4    49  50 21    17 216  645 245 254 203 2.0  98.2 97.0  62.5    62.7 216  645 245 216 165 2.3 216  645 245 241 191 2.4 59 09 12    10.5    9  34  6   5.7    50.3    35.1 141.4  72.1    90.2  40.1 119.9    42  50 18    15.5 26.5kA  9.6    27  34 12    10.8    54.6    39.8  59.5  21.5    17.0    42.3  29.0 10kA    11.06x Voltage (Y) 5kA IR Only Only SS IR Phase-Phase Phase-Ground (kV) (kV) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg) (kVc) (kVc) (kVc) (kVc) (kVc)  3   2.1    18  34  9   7.0  30.6 180  60.7    71.5    63.4 103.5   97.1 111.3 104.55 140  390 155 127  76 1.5 111.5 119.65 140  390 155 152 102 1.1  121.7 180  39.0  57.0  88.4    50.9 172.9  19.6 230  76.1  33.5 125  31.4  96.2    75  82 30    24.1 50.2 60 10 15    12.6  79.7  76.1    24.0 125  24.8  28.4  54.3  53.0  113.4 140  390 155 157 107 1.6    80.2 140  390 155 191 140 1.5µs Steep Front 10kA  11.6  46. Clearances and Insulation Withstands IEC UC Arrester IEC Actual Actual 60 UR Minimum Minimum 500 Required Recommended Clearances Continuous Only Required BIL Hz Wet WS Rated Leakage Strike Weight Amp SS 60 Hz Wet Operating Height BIL 1. Page 12 | August 2012 .6 144.3  32.9  123. Table 15 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 16 specifies the dimensions.4    96 100 For IEC Arresters NOTE: PDV-65 arrester catalog number requires different voltage code depending on prefix.55 53 03  6   5.9 82.7    23.1 500A    6.6 3kA   9.4    63.5    74.0  87.3    68.4 354 1035 360 356 305 4.5 277  780 285 305 254 3.4 135.1 54.0  62.4 40kA  16.7    66  65 27    22 354 1035 360 330 279 4.65 58 08 10   8.7 76.0 122.5    64  50 24    19.6    31.0  31.5  72.IEC 5 kA ARRESTER – PDV-65 The PDV-65 design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 5kA requirements.8 43.9    46.3  84.6    41.4  26. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration.0  62.3    33  34 15    12.2 18.9  96.8  38.4 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 5kA  10.4    26  34 10   8.1 55 05  9   7.6    13.4 27.1 140  390 155 137  86 1.0  77.7  36.4    25.5  49.2 180  46.6    27.7 125   8.6  23.5 70 20 27    22 72 22 30    24.7 33.3  46.5 125  17.3 1.1 210  62. See Table 15. weights.3    39.7  82.8  58.8 230  71.5  38.5  48.3 250  90.2  103.3    33.3x Arrester Arrester Voltage Distance Distance IR WS 1.8 60/100 Switching Surge 20kA  13.7  42.1  34.3 Table 16: PDV-65 Dimensions.5  93.9   85.3 65 15 21    17 67 17 24    19.0  100.2    76. Table 15: PDV-65 Electrical Characteristics Catalog Number UC UR Continuous Rated Operating Metric Voltage Voltage US hardware hardware Prefix = Prefix = 2133XX 2140XX (kV) (kV) xx= xx=  3   2.

4    29    33    36    39 214203 214205 214208 214209 214210 214213 214215 214217 214220 214222 214227 214230 214233 214236 214240 (mm) 140 140 140 140 140 216 216 216 274 437 437 437 437 643 643 (mm)  390  390  390  390  390  660  660  660  780 1320 1320 1320 1320 1981 1981 (mm) 155 155 155 155 155 245 245 245 285 455 455 455 451 665 665 (mm) 127 137 152 157 191 216 241 254 270 280 290 330 380 400 430 (mm)  76  86 102 107 140 165 191 203 220 230 240 290 340 370 390 (kg) 1.0   93.4 4. weights.6 21.0 57.4 68.2 500 kA 7.4 57.2 25.6 82.55 214203 6 5.2 43.3x SS IR WS 1.0 (kVc) 125 125 125 125 125 180 180 180 210 250 250 250 250 400 400 (kVc) (kVc) (kVc) 34 34 34 34 34 50 50 50 65 100 100 100 100 130 130   7.2 23.0  116.8 12.9 3 kA 8.7 214213 18 15.5 40.6 2.5 77.65 214208 10 8.4 4. Clearances and Insulation Withstands Catalog IEC IEC UC Arrester Actual Actual 60 UR Number Minimum Minimum Recommended Clearances Required 500 Required Continuous Only BIL Hz Wet WS Rated Leakage Strike Weight BIL Amp 60 Hz Wet Operating Height Arrester Arrester Voltage (See Distance Distance 1.8 3.0   46.9 71.2 31.2 21.0 128.0 38.6 93.1 84.0    61  64.4 214209 12 10.6 46.6 40.3     8  13. Table 17 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 18 specifies the dimensions.2 92.7 16.2 214210 15 12.9 1.7 67.0 54.9 1.5 27.7 29.7 45.0 120.5µs Steep Front 10 kA 10.0 69.4 4.8 52.9 (kVc)   13.9 1.3 214215 21 17 214217 24 19.3 24.6 61.6 88.8 25.1 121.6 2.5 23.5 29.5 106.2    12.8    23  25.0 38.0 68.5 214220 27 22 214222 30 24.9 20.4    102 103.8 73.7 60.6   68.0 109. Page 13 | August 2012 .3 49.S.8    15  19.5 93.0  160. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration. change the 2142XX to 2132XX.4 62. This option is shown in Table 12.1 28.7   39.2 20.8 50.4    10.1 34.3 58.4 96.IEC CLASS 1 ARRESTER – PDV-100 The PDV-100 design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 10kA Class 1 requirement.0 138.0 100.1 27.6    47  51.8 46.9 86.9   35.1 32.0  138.3 34.4 23.2 51.0 34.0  186.4 95.9 27.3   57.2    40  44.4 147.5    22    24.6 21.9 87.4 40 kA 13.4 98.65   8.4 39.4 109.0 31.8 118.9 5.3    17    19.9 2.9 62. Table 17: PDV-100 Electrical Characteristics Residual Voltage Ures (kV) 0.4 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 5 kA 9.0 56.2    95  96.9 4.0 129.9 30.3 42.0 2.1 73.5 kA 8.6 136.7 1.9 48.0 41.0 102.7    55  58.7 53.7  104.3 90.4 173.8 104.9 91.1 125.9 18.55   5.1 10 kA 10.2 60/100 Switching Surge 125 kA 6.06x Voltage (Y) Only Only Note) 10kA IR SS IR PhasePhase-Phase Ground (kV rms) (kV rms)  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 42 45 48   2.1 19.1   7.1 17.8 77.7 187.6   80.4 36.3 36.9    21  21.4 214224 36 29 214230 39 33 214233 45 36.9 114.2 78.0 30.0 148.4 138.4 80.2 52.8 143.2 UR U Continuous Rated C Catalog Operating Voltage Number Voltage (See Note) kV kV 3 2.9 36.0 15.1 214205 9 7.7 25.7    15.4 115.5 214236 48 39 214240 Table 18: PDV-100 Dimensions.0 60.9 5.1    34  38.7 66.0 55.8    27  32.8 102.0  173.5     68  76.8 35.4 80.8 116.0 158.9    82  89.8 19.4 68.6 71. hardware.2    109 For IEC Arresters NOTE: To order the IEC Class 1 PDV-100 with U.2   24.0 76.3 20 kA 11.9 106.3 13.4 46.5 162.1 85.7 47.

5µs Steep Front 10 kA 8.5 22.2 24.0  59.4  33.6 Minimum Insulation Withstand (kV) Power Frequency BIL Withstand Wet 1.1 2.0 19.1 2.5 47.7 22.4 44.0 Catalog Number (See Note) 214503 214505 214508 214509 214510 214513 214515 214517 214520 214522 214524 214529 0.4 35.9 29.1 54.2 31.0 22.8 42.55  5.0  29.8 28.4 12.6 17.8 10.6 20.8 5.5 kA   6.0 19.65  8.4 10. This option is shown in Table 12.7 29.6 56.5 15.4 26.6  91.6 63. change the 2145XX to 2184XX.0 Height Y mm 140 140 140 140 140 276 276 276 276 415 415 415 For IEC Arresters NOTE: To order the IEC Class 2 PVI-LP with U.3 17.9 11.4 29.8 28.0  17.4 53.0 60.1  7.1  80.6 84.9 71.1 25.8 3.3 101 121 60/100 Switching Surge 125 A  5.3 17.1 34.55  5.2 47.3  50. Clearances and Insulation Withstands UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Voltage kV   2.8 95.2 64.7 52.9  67.7 59.9 37.2 80.9 74. Page 14 | August 2012 .7 15.2 14.8 35.5 22.0 24.0 33. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration.8  44.6 45.2 12.2 49.9 20 kA   9.1  20.1 104.1 25.2 61.5 22.9 17.8 89.8 64.2 71.9 Residual Voltage Ures (kV) 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 5 kA  7.8 10 kA  8.7 15.8  35.6 27.1 42.3 102.9 53.9 59.5 13.5  81.0 40 kA   10.5 85.2 12.0 Catalog Number (See Note) 214503 214505 214508 214509 214510 214513 214515 214517 214520 214522 214524 214529 Creepage Distance mm 391 391 391 391 391 782 782 782 782 1173 1173 1173 Recommended Clearances Phase-Phase mm 127 135 147 152 185 211 234 246 295 318 343 406 Phase-Ground mm   76  84  97 102 135 160 183 196 244 267 292 356 Weight kg 2.S.3 76.0 24.7 19.IEC CLASS 2 ARRESTER – PVI-LP The PVI-LP® design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 10kA Class 2 requirement.8 40.3 3 kA  7.7 57.1 2.2  30.5 21. Table 19 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 20 specifies the dimensions.1 2.7 96.9 51.1 16.8 39.3 42.4 34.4 67.9  54.3 107.2 50.1 3.0 26.8 38.2 67.3 72.6 48.4 10.6 5.4 21.8 3.9  27.1  7.7 23.8 3. Table 19: PVI-LP Electrical Characteristics UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Voltage kV   2.6 73.65  8.8 53.0 43.6 126.0 Table 20: PVI-LP Dimensions.1 40.1 500 A   6.9 80.1 21.6 57.7 81. hardware. weights.2/50  6.7 69.9 45.4 63.5  40.6 24.6 23.4 85.6  60.9 68.9 67.0 1.1 20.8 13.6 36.3 31.0  89.6 5.9 32.3 40.4 29.9 19.6  71.

2 74.0 111.8 43.11 normal-duty arrester requirement.5 62.4 10.4 63.0 31.3 17.6 79.8 112.0 19.2 12.6 1.5µs Steep Front 10kA 12. Table 21 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 22 specifies the dimensions.4 72.5 100.3 84.3 125.5 36.5 38.3 19.7 55.5 25.5 3.6 1.0 33.9 46.5 158.4 50.55  5.5 17.0 23.55  5.0 10 kA 12.4 31.1 176.3 39.0 98. Clearances and Insulation Withstands UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Voltage kV  2.4 88.5 39.4 32.0 33.0 36.0 107.1 66.1 54.5 26.0 29.6 2.9 172.3 28.5 53.5 kA 9.4 54.5 49.0 19.65  8.IEEE NORMAL DUTY DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER – PDV65-Optima The PDV65-Optima design satisfies the IEEE C62.7 20 kA 14.0 91.4 120.5 Height X mm 236 236 236 236 236 312 312 312 374 450 450 525 For ANSI/IEEE Arresters Page 15 | August 2012 .3 53.2 Insulation Withstand (kV) BIL (kV) Power Frequency Withstand Wet 1.5 33.3 85.1  7.3 17.5 28.9 85.1 112.1  7.4 29.3 46.9 78.7 15.0 57.7 58.2 104.8 221.8 58.9 81.6 97.2 75.5 25.4 104.5 22.3 20.6 1.8 19.6 71.0 22.5 145.5 114.3 94.0 62.2 3 kA 10.8 68.2 98.7 60/100 Switching Surge 500 A   8. weights.0 42.0 Catalog Number 217253 217255 217258 217259 217560 213263 213265 213267 217570 213272 213274 213279 Creepage Distance mm 391 391 391 391 391 647 647 647 782 1038 1038 1295 Recommended clearances PhasePhase mm 122 127 142 147 191 216 241 254 305 330 345 411 PhaseGround mm  76  81  97 104 145 170 196 208 259 284 300 366 Weight kg 1.5 72.7 80.9 49.4 2.0 27.9 126.5 103.7 15.0 Catalog Number 217253 217255 217258 217259 217560 213263 213265 213267 217570 213272 213274 213279 0.6 59.6 5 kA 11.8 54.0 50.6 88.4 3.0 62.5 93.0 41.3 24.4 2.0 42.5 4.0 62.6 1.5 49.0 87.5 29.0 77.8 139. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration.4 29.2 40 kA 18.5 37.0 24.5 3.6 76.8 96.65  8.9 39.9 139.5 22.6 Residual Voltage Ures (kV) 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 1.3 68.2/50 9.8 Table 22: PDV65-Optima Dimensions.5 92.0 149.0 24.5 36.4 10.1 50. Table 21: PDV65-Optima Electrical Characteristics UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Voltage kV  2.6 82.8 40.0 30.9 20.0 60.3 121.2 12.5 67.

4 121.0 18.4 29.1  7.4 60.2 43.5 87.6 15.2 12.7 46.3 81.5 51.3 64.5 76.9 91.3 1.8 151.0 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 5 kA 9.5 85. Clearances and Insulation Withstands UC Continuous Recommended Clearances Insulation Withstand (kV) Operating Creepage BIL Voltage Catalog Height X PhasePhasePower Frequency Weight Distance Number Phase Ground Withstand 1.2 26.9 20 kA 11.9 3 kA   8.6 68.0 UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 Table 24: PDV100-Optima Dimensions.5 45.6 35.4 29.1  7.7 1.1 22.7 10 kA 9.8 15.8 3.1 For ANSI/IEEE Arresters Page 16 | August 2012 .2/50 kV mm mm mm Wet kg mm  2.0 19. Table 23 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 24 specifies the dimensions.3 32.3 41.0 24.3 17.0 36.5 22.3 77.8 29.8 31.9 19.3 31.4 30.5 2.0 2.3 22.5 42.6 150.0 213703 213705 213708 213709 213710 213713 213715 213717 213720 213722 213724 213729 173 193 221 221 236 295 295 315 389 417 429 490 216 287 366 366 432 640 640 714 927 1006 1072 1280 127 137 152 157 191 216 241 254 305 330 356 419  76  86 102 107 140 165 191 203 254 279 305 368 1. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration.4 125.6 68.5 22.8 127.3 17.0 15.3 50.0 24.5 49.5µs Steep Front 10 kA 10.5 102.9 43.4 51.1 48.2 34.7 97.55  5.4 10.7 22.8 42.8 85.4 90.8 4.3 81.6 37.4 54.0 114.8 75.65  8.0 19.9 72.0 26.6 21.4 63.5 65.8 63.2 85.5 35.0 58.5 kA 8.0 Residual Voltage Ures (kV) Catalog Number 213703 213705 213708 213709 213710 213713 213715 213717 213720 213722 213724 213729 0.11 heavy-duty arrester requirement.3 25.3  7.9 27.2 4.9 101.0 24.9 23.4 85.3 50.IEEE HEAVY DUTY DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER – PDV100-Optima The PDV100-Optima design satisfies the IEEE C62.1 61.6 54.8 65.2 180.8 56.1 76.3 53.0 112.4 51.0 102. weights.8 47. Table 23: PDV100-Optima Electrical Characteristics UC Continuous UR Operating Rated Voltage Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 kV   2.1 32.4 28.8 69.5 73.3 68.0 75.4 10.7 136.5 2.5 94.7 97.7 15.55  5.5 1.65  8.1 121.1 45/90 Switching Surge 500 A 7.7 15.2 101.5 17.0 40 kA 13.6 42.7 2.3 38.6 60.2 105.5 38.1 24.0 4.6 47.4 80.6 61.4 29.2 28.7 15.4 1.0 31.2 12.7 96.0 40.5 71.3 57.8 34.4 24.

1 26.8 19.2 24.6 23.7 44.9 110.6 150.3 Power Frequency Withstand Wet   6.3  87.2 180.0 64.2 12.6 22. clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only configuration.5 kA  7.2 101.2  36.8  33.9 2.4 29.2 16.4 35.2 53.1  76.6 29.0 24.6 19.9 20.0 19.3 50.9 34.9 44.5 2.5 35.65  8.9 47.9 1.9 33.IEEE RISER POLE DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER – PVR-Optima The PVR-Optima design satisfies the IEEE C62.7 41.4 60.0 45/90 Switching Surge 500 A   6.7 21.1 20 kA 10. Clearances and Insulation Withstands UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Catalog Voltage Number kV   2.5 1.2  75.1 52.0 40 kA   12.4 20.0 130.3 17.7 15.8 2.3 51.55 Residual Voltage Ures (kV) Catalog Number 221603 221605 221608 221609 221610 221613 221615 221617 221620 221622 221624 221629 0.0 28. weights.4 121.0 24.5 44.0 81.5 48.0 37.0 2.8 3.3  24.8 51.0 221603 221605 221608 221609 221610 221613 221615 221617 221620 221622 221624 221629 For ANSI/IEEE Arresters Page 17 | August 2012 .65  8.2 73.0 32.7 69.5 25.2 22.5 21.4 58.3  50.3 47.2 38.2 58.9 1.55 Height X mm 178 239 239 239 239 315 315 315 373 536 536 536 Creepage Distance mm 203 391 391 391 391 660 660 660 782 1321 1321 1321 Recommended Clearances PhasePhase mm 127 135 147 152 185 211 234 246 295 318 343 406 PhaseGround mm 76 84 97 102 135 160 183 196 244 267 292 356 Weight kg 1.4 21.9  97.3 24.3 17.7 65.0  54.4 4.9 72.5 40.8 29.1  7.7  5.7 136.0 1. Table 25: PVR-Optima Electrical Characteristics UR Rated Voltage kV  3  6  9 10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 36 UC Continuous Operating Voltage kV   2.5 105.4 8/20 µs Lightning Surge 5 kA   8.4 4.8  31.5 22.3 44.8  66.4 82.0 96.6  60.2 14.5 40.0 Table 26: PVR-Optima Dimensions.5 76.2/50   15.7 69.0 10 kA  9.1 31.3 58.6 61.8 74.4 29.4  5.7 13.4 29.9 55.1 63.4 10.4 82.7  46.5 22.5 40.3 76.0 23.9 78.9 Insulation Withstand (kV) BIL 1.3 64. Table 25 specifies the electrical characteristics while Table 26 specifies the dimensions.6  44.3 17.1 27.5µs Steep Front 10 kA 9.3 87.6 88.2 12.4 36.6 55.5 56.5 110.6 13.7 57.11 riser pole heavy-duty arrester requirement.4 10.0 26.6 92.3 46.1  7.5 3 kA   7.6 64.9 32.7 70.8 15.1 18.4  90.4 4.0 19.5 27.7 15.

Dimensions: Inches (mm) Crossarm Mounting Part No. 273456-3001 Hardware Options Hardware Code 7224 Hardware Code 7233 Hardware Code 7314 Page 18 | August 2012 .Protective Caps Universal Optima Cap: The new Optima line end protective cap shown is designed for single or through connection lead wires. Each side of the cap has webbed fingers that prevent accidental contact with the arrester top end hardware by wildlife. Standard Mounting Brackets Arrester Cap: The standard arrester cap shown features wide slots for single or through connection lead wires.

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