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1.1.1 References and Standards The generator set covered by these specifications shall be designed, tested, rated, assembled and installed in strict accordance with all applicable standards below: CSA C22.2 No14 CSA 282 CSA 100 EN61000-6 EN55011 FCC Part 15 Subpart B ISO8528 IEC61000 UL508 UL2200 UL142 Designed to allow for installed compliance to NFPA 70, NFPA99 and NFPA 110 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 Related Sections Division 3 - Concrete Division 15 - Mechanical Work Included
1.3.1 Installation The work includes supplying and installing a complete integrated generator system. The system consists of a diesel generator set with related component accessories and automatic transfer switches specified under a separate section. 1.3.2 Fuel System The CONTRACTOR shall provide a full tank of diesel fuel for the completion of all testing. 1.3.3 System Test A complete system load test shall be performed after all equipment is installed. Guidelines in the Start-up Section. 1.3.4 Requirements, Codes and Regulations The equipment supplied and installed shall meet the requirements of the NEC and all applicable local
codes and regulations. All equipment shall be of new and current production by a MANUFACTURER who has 25 years of experience building this type of equipment. Manufacturer shall be ISO9001 certified. 1.4 Substitution
Proposed deviations from the specifications shall be treated as follows: 1.4.1 Substitution Time Requirement Requests for substitutions shall be made a minimum of ten (10) days prior to bid date. Manufacturers catalog data shall accompany each request and authorized acceptance shall be addenda only. 1.4.2 Substitution Responsibility The power system has been designed to the specified manufacturer's electrical and physical characteristics. The equipment sizing, spacing, amounts, electrical wiring, ventilation equipment, fuel, and exhaust components have all been sized and designed around CATERPILLAR supplied equipment. Should any substitutions be made, the CONTRACTOR shall bear responsibility for the installation, coordination and operation of the system as well as any engineering and redesign costs, which may result from such substitutions. 1.5 Submittals
Engine-generator submittals shall include the following information: 1. Factory published specification sheet. 2. Manufacturer's catalog cut sheets of all auxiliary components such as battery charger, control panel, enclosure, etc. 3. Dimensional elevation and layout drawings of the generator set, enclosure and transfer switchgear and related accessories. 4. Weights of all equipment. 5. Concrete pad recommendation, layout and stub-up locations of electrical and fuel systems. 6. Interconnect wiring diagram of complete emergency system, including generator, switchgear, day tank, remote pumps, battery charger, control panel, and remote alarm indications. 7. Engine mechanical data, including heat rejection, exhaust gas flows, combustion air and ventilation air flows, fuel consumption, etc. 8. Generator electrical data including temperature and insulation data, cooling requirements, excitation ratings, voltage regulation, voltage regulator, efficiencies, waveform distortion and telephone influence factor. 9. Generator resistances, reactances and time constants. 10. Generator locked rotor motor starting curves. 11. Manufacturer's documentation showing maximum expected transient voltage and frequency dips, and recovery time during operation of the generator set at the specified site conditions with the specified loads. 12. Manufacturer's and dealer's written warranty. 1.7 System Responsibility
1.7.1 Generator Set Distributor The completed engine generator set shall be supplied by the Manufacturer's authorized distributor only. 1.7.2 Requirements, Codes and Regulations The equipment supplied and installed shall meet the requirements of NEC and all-applicable local codes and regulations. All equipment shall be new, of current production. There shall be one source responsibility for warranty; parts and service through a local representative with factory trained service
personnel. 1.7.3 Automatic Transfer Switch The automatic transfer switch(es) specified in another section shall be supplied by the generator set manufacturer in order to establish and maintain a single source of system responsibility and coordination. 1.8 Warranty
1.8.1 Two Year Standby (ISO 8528-1: ESP) Generator Set Warranty The manufacturer's standard warranty shall in no event be for a period of less than two (2) years from date of initial start-up of the system and shall include repair parts, labor, reasonable travel expense necessary for repairs at the job site, and expendables (lubricating oil, filters, antifreeze, and other service items made unusable by the defect) used during the course of repair. Running hours shall be limited to 500 hours annually for the system warranty by both the manufacturer and servicing distributor. Submittals received without written warranties as specified will be rejected in their entirety.
Parts and Service Qualifications
1.9.1 Service Facility The engine-generator supplier shall maintain 24-hour parts and service capability within 100 miles of the project site. The distributor shall stock parts as needed to support the generator set package for this specific project. The supplier must carry sufficient inventory to cover no less than 80% parts service within 24hrs and 95% within 48 hours. 1.9.2 Service Personnel The dealer shall maintain qualified factory trained service personnel. 1.9.3 Product Support
220.127.116.11 Preventive Maintenance Agreement The authorized Caterpillar dealer shall provide a preventive maintenance agreement using qualified factory trained service personnel, for a period of 1-year minimum. The dealer shall provide genuine Caterpillar parts and filters, shall provide all recommended fluids, dealer labor, travel labor and travel mileage to complete the suggested preventive maintenance as defined in the manufacturer’s Operation and Maintenance Manual.
Product Specifications General Requirements
2.1.1 Genset Requirements The generator set shall be Standby Duty rated at 1,400.0 ekW, 1,750.0 kVA, 1500 RPM, 0.8 power factor, 400 V, 3-Phase, 50 hertz, including radiator fan and all parasitic loads. Generator set shall be sized to operate at the specified load at a maximum ambient of 104.0F (40C) and altitude of 500.0 feet
Standby Power Rating: Power is available for the duration of an emergency outage Average Power Output = 70% of standby power Load = Varying Typical Hours/Year = 200 Hours Maximum Expected Usage = 500 hours/year Typical Application = Standby
2.1.2 Material and Parts All materials and parts comprising the unit shall be new and unused.
2.1.3 Engine The engine shall be diesel fueled, four (4) cycle, water-cooled, while operating with nominal speed not exceeding 1800 RPM. The engine will utilize in-cylinder combustion technology, as required, to meet applicable EPA non-road mobile regulations and/or the EPA NSPS rule for stationary reciprocating compression ignition engines. Additionally, the engine shall comply with the State Emission regulations at the time of installation/commissioning. Actual engine emissions values must be in compliance with applicable EPA emissions standards per ISO 8178 – D2 Emissions Cycle at specified ekW / bHP rating. Utilization of the “Transition Program for Equipment Manufacturers” (also known as “Flex Credits”) to achieve EPA certification is not acceptable. The in-cylinder engine technology must not permit unfiltered exhaust gas to be introduced into the combustion cylinder. Emissions requirements / certifications of this package: LOW BSFC
18.104.22.168 Engine Governing
The engine governor shall be a electronic Engine Control Module (ECM) with 24-volt DC Electric Actuator. The ECM shall be enclosed in an environmentally sealed, die-cast aluminum housing which isolates and protects electronic components from moisture and dirt contamination. Speed droop shall be adjustable from 0 (isochronous) to 10%, from no load to full rated load. Steady state frequency regulation shall be +/- 6 RPM. Speed shall be sensed by a magnetic pickup off the engine flywheel ring gear. A provision for remote speed adjustment shall be included. The ECM shall adjust fuel delivery according to exhaust smoke, altitude and cold mode limits. In the event of a DC power loss, the forward acting actuator will move to the minimum fuel position.
Generator Generator Specifications
the controller shall allow system parameter setup and monitoring.2 Voltage Regulator 2.0. The control panel shall be . The voltage regulator shall communicate with the Generator Control Panel via a J1939 communication network with generator voltage adjustments made via the controller keypad. microprocessor based. molded case. Breaker shall utilize a solid state trip unit.25% for any constant load between no load and full load. Breaker shall be housed in an extension terminal box which is isolated from vibrations induced by the generator set.1 Digital Voltage Regulator The digital voltage regulator shall be microprocessor based with fully programmable operating and protection characteristics. The regulator shall provide an adjustable dual slope regulation characteristic in order to optimize voltage and frequency response for site conditions.2. The voltage regulator shall include standard the capability to provide generator paralleling with reactive droop compensation and reactive differential compensation.2. or operating in single phase sensing mode. A PC-based user interface shall be available to allow viewing and modifying operating parameters in a windows compatible environment.( ) _ _ _ amp trip.3 Circuit Breaker 2. The breaker shall be of IEC construction and connected to engine/generator safety shutdowns. 2.2.2) Provide a fully solid-state. Sustained voltage dip data is not acceptable. The regulator shall be capable of sensing true RMS in three phases of alternator output voltage.3. The regulator shall maintain generator output voltage within +/.1 Circuit Breaker Specifications Provide a generator mounted 100% circuit breaker. and provide fault alarm and shutdown information through the controller. sized for the circuit breaker feeders shown on drawing. generator set control. 2. 2. The voltage regulator shall include a VAR/Pf control feature as standard.4 Controls – Generator Set Mounted (EMCP 4. Qty. Additionally. shall be supplied on the load side of breaker. NEMA 1/IP22.3 Motor Starting Provide locked rotor motor starting capability of ___ skVA at 30% instantaneous voltage dip as defined per NEMA MG 1.2.2. Mechanical type lugs. 3 pole.
24mm x 95mm.2 Functional Requirements The following functionality shall be integral to the control panel. Cooldown timer 9. The control shall include a minimum of 3-line data display 3.4. 8. Engine oil pressure Engine oil temperature Engine coolant temperature Engine RPM Battery volts Engine hours Engine crank attempt counter Engine successful start counter Service maintenance interval Real time clock Engine exhaust stack temperature Engine main bearing temperature . The control panel shall provide real time digital communications to all engine and regulator controls via SAE J1939. 2. 3. Voltage adjust 13.3G's RMS. Standard ISO labeling 5. 4. Lamp test 11. transflective LCD display with text based alarm/event descriptions. Remote start/stop control 7. 30°C to 60°C 3. 7. IP22 protection for rear of controller. Voltage regulator V/Hz slope . +38°C. positive image.1 Environmental The generator set control shall be tested and certified to the following environmental conditions: 1. 93/68/EEC. and control functions for the generator set. 2. IP55 when installed in control panel 4. The control shall include a minimum 33 x 132 pixel. Shock: withstand 15G 2. Electromagnetic Capability (89/336/EEC. 9. 5. 1.designed and built by the engine manufacturer. 11. Speed adjust 10. 93/44/EEC. 12. 24-1000Hz 6. Sinusoidal vibration 4. BS EN 50081-2. 48 hours. 5% salt spray. 10. All readings shall be indicated in either metric or English units Engine 1. –40°C to +70°C Operating Range 2.8V system voltage 5. Local run/off/auto control integral to system microprocessor 8.4. 50082-2) 7. Audible horn for alarm and shutdown with horn silence switch 4.adjustable 14. 36. Password protected system programming 2. 91/368/EEC. monitoring.3 Digital Monitoring Capability The controls shall provide the following digital readouts for the engine and generator. 2. 6. Multiple language capability 6.4. The control shall provide all operating. Emergency stop push button 12. 100% condensing humidity.
6. and engine hour stamp that are stored by the control panel for first and last occurrence: Engine Alarm/Shutdown 1. 8. 10. Line to Neutral and Average) Generator AC current (Avg and Per Phase) Generator AC Frequency Generator kW (Total and Per Phase) Generator kVA (Total and Per Phase) Generator kVAR (Total and Per Phase) Power Factor (Avg and Per Phase) Total kW-hr Total kVAR-hr % kW % kVA % kVAR Generator bearing temperature Generator stator winding temperature Voltage Regulation 1. Generator under voltage 4. 6. 8. Generator AC volts (Line to Line. Generator over frequency 5. date. Excitation voltage 2. 7. All alarms and shutdowns are accompanied by a time. Generator over voltage 3. 2. 9. Generator phase sequence 2. 9. Excitation current 2. 13. Low oil pressure alarm/shutdown High coolant temperature alarm/shutdown Loss of coolant shutdown Overspeed shutdown Overcrank shutdown Emergency stop shutdown Low coolant temperature alarm Low battery voltage alarm High battery voltage alarm Control switch not in auto position alarm Battery charger failure alarm Generator Alarm/Shutdown 1. 10. Generator under frequency 6. 14. 5. 12. 2.4 Alarms and Shutdowns The control shall monitor and provide alarm indication and subsequent shutdown for the following conditions. 11. 5.4. 4. 3. 7.Generator 1. Generator reverse power (real and reactive) 7. 11. Generator overcurrent . 3. 4.
4.4k to 57. Instantaneous over excitation alarm/shutdown 3. Each sequence shall have the following programmable set points: a.6 Maintenance All engine. Loss of PMG 2. plus ATS and UPS. . integral to the controller. Service maintenance interval (running hours or calendar days) 3. 40 events are stored in control panel memory 6. Day of week b.4. Engine running hours display 2.6k. Programmable Relay Outputs The control shall include the ability to operate programmable relay output signals.4. The timer shall use 7 user-programmable sequences that are repeated in a 7-day cycle. The output relays shall be rated for 2A @ 30VDC and consist of six (6) Form A (Normally Open) contacts and two (2) Form C (Normally Open & Normally Closed) contacts. Time over excitation alarm/shutdown 4. Loss of sensing 6.7 Remote Communications Remote Communications The control shall include Modbus RTU communications as standard via RS-485 half duplex with configurable baud rates from 2. control panel and accessory units shall be accessible through a single electronic service tool.5 Inputs and Outputs Programmable Digital Inputs The Controller shall include the ability to accept programmable digital input signals. Programmable cycle timer that starts and runs the generator for a predetermined time. integral to the controller. 2. Engine crank attempt counter 4. The signals may be programmed for either high or low activation using programmable Normally Open or Normally Closed contacts. Duration of cycle 2. Engine successful starts counter 5. Monitor up to eight (8) generator sets. Remote Monitoring Software The control shall provide Monitoring Software with the following functionality 1. voltage regulator. Loss of excitation alarm/shutdown 2. Programmable Discrete Outputs The control shall include the ability to operate two (2) discrete outputs. Time of day to start c. The following maintenance functionality shall be integral to the generator set control 1. which are capable of sinking up to 300mA.Voltage Regulator Alarm/Shutdown 1. Rotating diode failure 5.
Ability to be located up to 4000 ft from the generator set 2. CSA 282) Provide a remote annunciator to meet the requirements of NFPA 110. The annunciator shall provide remote annunciation of all points stated above and shall incorporate ring-back capability so that after silencing the initial alarm. control panel mounted. High battery voltage l.2. Emergency stop o. 2. Low battery voltage m. annunciator to meet the requirements of NFPA 110. engine-driven radiator with blower fan and all accessories. High coolant temperature shutdown e. Control switch not in auto k. 1. Level 1.5 Cooling System The generator set shall be equipped with a rail-mounted. Local Annunciator shall include a lamp test pushbutton. Level 1. Spare Remote Annunciator (NFPA 99/110. Battery charger AC failure n.6 Fuel System . Low coolant temperature c.8 Local and Remote Annunciation Local Annunciator (NFPA 99/110. Provide access to all date and events on generator set communications network 3.4. any subsequent alarms will sound the horn. Low oil pressure shutdown g. Provide the following individual light indications for protection and diagnostics a. The cooling system shall be sized to operate at full load conditions and 110 F* ambient air entering the room or enclosure (If an enclosure is specified). Annunciators shall be networked directly to the generator set control 2. Overspeed h. High coolant temperature warning d. Spare p. Provide remote control capability for the generator set(s) 4. CSA 282) Provide a local. Low coolant level i. EPS supplying load j. alarm horn and alarm acknowledge pushbutton 3. Ability to communicate via Modbus RTU or remote modem 2. Low oil pressure warning f. The generator set supplier is responsible for providing a properly sized cooling system based on the enclosure static pressure restriction. 2. 1. Overcrank b.
Flexible fuel lines shall be minimally rated for 300 degrees F and 100 psi. 2. 2. A fuel tank base of 24 hour capacity shall be provided as an integral part of the enclosure. The motor voltage shall be as recommended by the engine manufacturer. In addition to the standard fuel filters provided by the engine manufacturer. The charger shall be dual charge rate with automatic switching to the boost rate when required.2 Fuel Sub Base Tank Provide a double wall sub-base tank constructed to meet all local codes and requirements.1 Exhaust System (Indoor Installations Only) Silencer A industrial grade silencer.7.8. 2.A lead-acid storage battery set of the heavy-duty diesel starting type shall be provided. and flexible stainless steel exhaust fitting properly sized shall be furnished and installed according to the manufacturer's recommendation.8. companion flanges.2.8 Starting System 2. The silencer shall be mounted so that its weight is not supported by the engine nor will exhaust system growth due to thermal expansion be imposed on the engine. A locking fill cap. No galvanized piping will be permitted. The tank shall meet UL142 standards. It shall be contained in a rupture basin with 110% capacity. Exhaust pipe size shall be sufficient to ensure that exhaust backpressure does not exceed the maximum limitations specified by the engine manufacturer. Mounting shall be provided by the contractor as shown on the drawings. low fuel level alarm contact.3 Batteries Batteries . Battery voltage shall be compatible with the starting system.2 Jacket Water Heater Jacket water heater shall be provided and shall be sized to insure that genset will start within the specified time period and ambient conditions. a mechanical reading fuel level gauge.1 Starting Motor A DC electric starting system with positive engagement shall be furnished.7 2. 2.1 Fuel System The fuel system shall be integral with the engine. 2.6.4 Battery Charger Battery Charger . The battery charger shall be mounted on the genset package or inside the genset .A current limiting battery charger shall be furnished to automatically recharge batteries. All fuel piping shall be black iron or flexible fuel hose rated for this service. and fuel tank rupture alarm contact shall be provided. there shall also be installed a primary fuel filter/water separator in the fuel inlet line to the engine.8. 2.8.6.
It shall consist of a roof. Generator Set Start Module to be supplied from generator set equipment supplier. Intake openings shall be screened to prevent the entrance of rodents or pests. Loadbank. and hinges shall be zinc die cast or stainless steel. This will ensure system integration. Lube oil and coolant drains shall be extended to the exterior of the enclosure and terminated with drain valves. and auxiliary components. side walls. Access doors shall be hinged and can be lifted off after opening 90 degrees. 2. the project drawings and specifications. and end walls. 2. 1. shall be enclosed in a factory assembled. the manufacturer's local dealer shall perform the following: Perform a 4 hour load bank test at a 0. all doors keyed alike. weather protective enclosure mounted on the fuel tank base. switchgear. 2.enclosure/room. A weather resistant enclosure of steel with electrostatically applied powder coated baked polyester paint. and all applicable codes.1 Enclosure Standard Weatherproof Enclosure The complete diesel engine generator set.5 Generator Set Start Module Supplied with an AC source from a UPS.8 PF at full nameplate rating. . 3. After installation is complete and normal power is available. Fasteners shall be either zinc plated or stainless steel. cables and other equipment required for this test to be supplied by the genset supplier. 3. engine starting batteries and fuel oil tank.2 Start-Up and Testing Coordinate all start-up and testing activities with the Engineer and Owner. 3 3. Generator Set Start Module shall have operating temperatures of (-20deg C to 50deg C).3 Operation and Maintenance Manuals Provide two (2) sets of operation and maintenance manuals covering the generator.9. including generator control panel. Handles shall be key lockable. Cooling fan and charging alternator shall be fully guarded to prevent injury. Include final as-built wiring interconnect diagrams and recommended preventative maintenance schedules. the Generator Set Start Module will supply 1725 cold cranking amps @ 24 VDC to assist and backup the generator set starting batteries for improved system reliability.8.9 2.1 Execution Installation Install equipment in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
4. Review operation and maintenance manuals. and emergency service procedures. .4 Training 3.3. parts manuals.1 On-Site Training Provide on-site training to instruct the owner's personnel in the proper operation and maintenance of the equipment.
SECTION 16429E EMERGENCY TRANSFER AND LOAD MANAGEMENT SWITCHBOARD LOW VOLTAGE PART 1 GENERAL 1. a complete standby power generation and load management power distribution and control system.1 SCOPE A. The Contractor shall furnish and install. where indicated on the drawings. .
Writer – Insert data in blanks 21 Note to Spec. the Emergency Power System Supplier shall be an factory-authorized dealer with complete Emergency Power System parts and service 1 available on a 24 hour emergency basis within a 1__________ mile radius of the project site. D.03 REFERENCES A. Section _____ – Generators E. The switchboard and circuit breakers utilized in the Generator Control Switchboard shall be the same manufacturer as the circuit breakers provided in the assemblies for the normal and emergency distribution as specified under other sections of the specifications. 2. Section _____ – Battery Systems G. The Emergency Power System consists of the following as applicable: 1. Generator Control Switchboard (with associated monitoring and distribution equipment) 3. Section 16015 – Short Circuit / Coordination Studies H. The Emergency Power System Supplier shall provide a Short Circuit and Coordination Study. Section 16016 – Arc Flash Study 1. Battery Systems A. The Generator Control Switchboard specified in this section shall be a dead front type. performed by a qualified professional engineer. The low voltage distribution switchboards and all components shall be designed. 1. Section _____ – Load Bank F.02 RELATED SECTIONS A. low voltage switchboard construction.B. Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems 5. In order to assure maximum equipment uptime and best service response to the owner. The Emergency Power System Supplier shall be an authorized service provider for all components of the Emergency Power System. Load Banks 6. The Generator Control Switchboard specified includes overcurrent and protective devices. 1 Note to Spec. E. Writer – Insert data in blanks . Section 16911 – Power Monitoring and Control System C. Section 16496 – Automatic Transfer Switches B. The Generator Control Switchboard shall be by the same manufacturer as the generator sets and furnished with the generator sets by the Emergency Power System Supplier (EPSS) as a total system. Section 12 _____ – Uninterruptible Power Supply System D. Generator sets 2. Automatic Transfer Switches 4. manufactured and tested in accordance with the latest applicable following standards: 1. NEMA PB-2 UL Standard 891. as specified in the contract documents and described in Part 3 below.
B. Short-circuit rating b. Assembly ratings including: a. Where applicable. 1. Voltage c. Conduit entry/exit locations 10. Interrupting ratings 12. Continuous current c. Schematic diagram 7. Master drawing index 2. Top view 5. Voltage b. UL 2. the following additional information shall be submitted to the Engineer: 1. 1. Connection details between close-coupled assemblies 3.04 IEC NFPA 70 NFPA 99 NFPA 110 SUBMITTALS – FOR REVIEW/APPROVAL A. 14. Single line 6. CSA 3. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer: 1. Major component ratings including: a. 6. Busway connection 2. Composite floor plan of close-coupled assemblies 4. 4. Continuous current 11. Nameplate schedule 8. 5. Product data sheets. Cable terminal sizes 13. Sequence of operation description B. Floor plan 4.05 SUBMITTALS – FOR CONSTRUCTION . Front view elevation 3. The Emergency Power System shall meet or exceed the applicable requirements for the following standards as required: 1. Key interlock scheme drawing and sequence of operations. Component list 9. Circuit Breaker Schedule a.
B. 3 Note to Spec. The tests shall fully envelop this response spectrum for all equipment natural frequencies up to at least 35 Hz. the manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 or 9002 certified. For the equipment specified herein.04 2. When requested by the Engineer.2-11 Hz). ·3 Provide Seismic tested equipment as follows: 1.86g’s applied at the base of the equipment.98g’s applied at the base of the equipment. an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement. B.06 QUALIFICATIONS A. and a ZPA of 0. and a ZPA of 0. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes: 1. The equipment and major components shall be suitable for and certified to meet all applicable seismic requirements of the California Building Code (CBC) through zone 4 applications. Writer – Select one . Final as-built drawings and information for items listed in paragraph 1. 1. The equipment manufacturer shall document the requirements necessary for proper seismic mounting of the equipment. -·4 OR -- 1. Seismic certification and equipment anchorage details. IBC: a peak of 2.45g’s (3. Guidelines for the installation consistent with these requirements shall be provided by the switchboard manufacturer and be based upon testing of representative equipment. Wiring diagrams 3. CBC: a peak of 2. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of the circuit protective devices within the assembly. Guidelines for the installation consistent with these requirements shall be provided by the switchboard manufacturer and be based upon testing of representative equipment. D. Certified production test reports 4. Writer – Optional · 4· Note to Spec. The equipment and major components shall be suitable for and certified to meet all applicable seismic requirements of International Building Code (IBC) for zone 4 applications.OR -1. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of ten (5) years. The test response spectrum shall be based upon a 5% minimum damping factor. The tests shall fully envelop this response spectrum for all equipment natural frequencies up to at least 35 Hz. The test response spectrum shall be based upon a 5% minimum damping factor. -. The manufacturer may certify the equipment based on a detailed computer analysis of the entire assembly structure and its components. Guidelines for the installation consistent with these requirements shall be provided by the switchboard manufacturer and be based upon testing of representative equipment.15g’s.A. The final (as-built) drawings shall include the same drawings as the original construction drawings and shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process. C. Installation information 5.
09 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS A. and covered with tarps for protection from weather. The following minimum mounting and installation guidelines shall be met. Each switchboard assembly shall be split into shipping groups for handling as determined during the shop drawing phase jointly with the installing contractor. PART 2 2. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment. a.07 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS A. coordinated with the equipment mounting provision. __________ The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings. including both vertical and lateral required response spectra as specified in above codes. Equipment operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided with each assembly shipped and shall include instruction leaflets. STORAGE AND HANDLING A. meets or exceeds the specified response spectra. rail or ship. Seismic qualification shall be considered achieved when the capability of the equipment. features and functions. Shipping groups shall be designed to be shipped by truck. 1. Mounting recommendations shall be provided by the manufacturer based upon approved shake table tests used to verify the seismic design of the equipment. The equipment manufacturer shall certify that the equipment can withstand. prepared and stamped by a licensed civil engineer in the state. Caterpillar B. The Contractor shall provide equipment anchorage details. · 2. unless specifically modified by the above referenced standards.08 DELIVERY. The low-voltage switchboard shall be UL labeled. instruction bulletins and renewal parts lists where applicable. for the complete assembly and each major component.01 PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS A. that is. 1. Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. The equipment manufacturer shall document the requirements necessary for proper seismic mounting of the equipment. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. b. Shipping groups shall be bolted to skids. function following the seismic event. Writer – Insert data in blanks . 1. Accessories shall be packaged separately.02 RATINGS 5· Note to Spec. 5_________ C. c.2. B.
All sections of the switchboard shall be front and rear aligned with depth as shown on drawings.A. All generator main protective devices shall be individually mounted. Writer – Select one .000) (100.03 CONSTRUCTION ·6·· A.. Voltage rating to be as indicated on the drawings. 2.000) amperes symmetrical at rated voltage] [as shown on the drawings].05 WIRING/TERMINATIONS A.04 BUS A. pushbuttons. C. Writer – Select one 7· Note to Spec. such as fuse blocks.000) (150. D. etc. · B. Writer – Optional 8· Note to Spec. The assembly shall be provided with adequate lifting means. Main horizontal bus bars shall be mounted with all three phases arranged in the same vertical plane. shall be suitably marked for identification corresponding to appropriate designations on manufacturer’s wiring diagrams. All bus bars shall be [silver-plated copper] [tin-plated aluminum]. All edges of front covers or hinged front panels shall be formed. All distribution protective devices shall be group mounted. necessary fuse blocks and terminal blocks within the switchboard shall be furnished as required. E. B. D. 6Note to Spec. Provide a full capacity neutral bus where a neutral bus is indicated on the drawings. NEMA 2-hole 8[mechanical-] [crimp-] type lugs shall be provided for all line and load terminations suitable for copper or aluminum cable rated for 75 degrees C of the size indicated on the drawings. The switchboard shall be equal to Caterpillar utilizing the components herein specified and as shown on the drawings. ·7 The switchboard shall be suitable for use as service entrance equipment and be labeled in accordance with UL requirements. C. 2. The sides and rear shall be covered with removable bolt-on covers. switches. All hardware used on conductors shall be high-tensile strength and zinc-plated. Small wiring. Control components mounted within the assembly. Provide adequate ventilation within the enclosure. Switchboard shall consist of the required number of vertical sections bolted together to form a rigid assembly. The assembly shall be rated to withstand mechanical forces exerted during short-circuit conditions when connected directly to a power source having available fault current of [(65. Bus sizing shall be based on NEMA standard temperature rise criteria of 65 degrees C over a 40 degrees C ambient (outside the enclosure). All bus joints shall be provided with conical spring-type washers. 2. B. B. Rear access shall be provided. relays. A copper ground bus (minimum 1/4 x 2 inch) shall be furnished firmly secured to each vertical section structure and shall extend the entire length of the switchboard. Devices shall be front removable and load connections front and rear accessible.
Protective devices shall be drawout UL1066 low-voltage insulated case circuit breakers. C. The accessories shall be plug and lock type and UL listed for easy field installation. All insulated case circuit breakers shall be provided with trip units as specified in section 2. bell alarm contacts. G. The primary contacts shall have an easily accessible wear indicator to indicate contact erosion. 1600.000] [100.000] amperes. 4000. All circuit breakers shall have a minimum symmetrical interrupting capacity of [50. To facilitate lifting. All control wire shall be type SIS. the insulated case circuit breaker shall have integral handles on the side of the breaker. All breakers shall be UL1066 listed for application in their intended enclosures for 100% of their continuous ampere rating. 2. the charging time of the motor shall not exceed 6 seconds. 2500. Where individual conductors cross switchboard/switchgear shipping splits they shall be fitted with plug-together connectors for reliable field assembly. bundled and secured with nylon ties. The breaker control interface shall have color-coded visual indicators to indicate contact open or closed positions as well as mechanism charged and discharged positions.C. 1200. Insulated locking spade terminals shall be provided for all control connections. E. I. and 120V AC motor operators. or 6000 amperes.07. All current transformer secondary leads shall first be connected to conveniently accessible short-circuit terminal blocks before connecting to any other device. F.000] [85. 3000. All groups of control wires leaving the switchboard shall be provided with terminal blocks with suitable numbering strips. Lugs shall be provided in the incoming line section for connection of the main grounding conductor. Circuit breakers shall be electrically operated and equipped with auxiliary contacts. . 5000. The insulated case circuit breaker shall have a closing time of not more than 3 cycles. Provide wire markers at each end of all control wiring. The accessory shall have a label that will indicate its function and voltage. The insulated case circuit breaker shall have three windows in the front cover to clearly indicate any electrical accessories that are mounted in the breaker. The current sensors shall have a back cover window that will permit viewing the sensor rating on the back of the breaker.000] [65. Manual control pushbuttons on the breaker face shall be provided for opening and closing the breaker. Electrically operated breakers shall be complete with 24VDC shunt trips. except where saddle type terminals are provided integral to a device. E. B. The insulated case circuit breaker shall have a “Positive On” feature.06 INSULATED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS – GENERATOR MAIN BREAKERS AND CONTROLLED (LOAD SHED) DISTRIBUTION BREAKERS A. H. A rating plug will offer indication of the rating on the front of the trip unit.000] [150. D. Frame ratings shall be 800. and microprocessor based trip units. 2000. They shall be modular in design and shall be common to all frame sizes and ratings. Additional lugs for connection of other grounding conductors shall be provided as indicated on the drawings. D. The breaker flag will read “Closed” if the contacts are welded and the breaker is tripped or opened.
The stationary part of the primary disconnecting devices for each insulated case circuit breaker shall consist of a set of contacts extending to the rear through a glass polyester insulating support barrier. H through J. Each low voltage insulated case circuit breaker shall be equipped with a solid-state tripping system consisting of three current sensors. or disconnected position by preventing levering.05 A through E. Digitrip RMS 1150 – Advanced protection. LED display and remote communications. Mechanical interlocking shall be provided so that the breaker is in the tripped position before allowing access to the levering mechanism for levering “in” or “out” of the cell. Padlocking shall provide for securing the breaker in the connected. Each wiring point shall have finger safe contacts. Writer: Digitrip RMS trip units are available in four (4) models: Digitrip RMS 520 – Basic protection select paragraph 2. microprocessor-based trip device and fluxtransfer shunt trip. the breaker levering-in door shall not open. Digitrip RMS 520M – Basic protection with local current metering. The breaker shall include an optional provision for key locking open to prevent manual or electric closing. metering. A position indicator shall be located on the faceplate of the breaker.07 MICROPROCESSOR TRIP UNITS . Interlock systems that trip the breaker when accessing the levering mechanism will NOT be acceptable. The breaker cell shall be equipped with drawout rails and primary and secondary disconnecting contacts. Test (Yellow). and Disconnect (Green). The levering door shall be interlocked so that when the breaker is in the closed position. These positions shall be Connect (Red). This indicator shall provide color indication of the breaker position in the cell. which will accommodate #10 AWG maximum field connections with ring tongue or spade terminals or bare wire.05 A through K. The assembly shall provide multiple silver-to-silver full floating highpressure point contacts with uniform pressure on each finger maintained by springs. A. The breaker drawout element shall contain a worm gear levering “in” and “out” mechanism with removable lever crank. It shall have four (4) positions: CONNECTED. The removable insulated case circuit breaker element shall be equipped with disconnecting contacts. The secondary disconnecting devices shall consist of plug-in connectors mounted on the removable unit and engaging floating plug-in connectors at the front of the compartment. 2. corresponding moving finger contacts suitably spaced shall be furnished on the insulated case circuit breaker studs which engage in only the connected position. test.05 A through I.INSULATED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS *Note to Spec. The secondary disconnecting devices shall be gold-plated and pin and socket contact engagement shall be maintained in the “connected” and “test” positions. DISCONNECTED. 1. L. select paragraph 2. K.05 L through X. 2. select paragraph 2. Each insulated case circuit breaker shall offer sixty (60) front mounted dedicated secondary wiring points. The trip unit . Current sensors shall provide operation and signal function.J. and REMOVED all of which permit closing the compartment door. Digitrip RMS 520MC – Basic protection with local current metering and remote communications. TEST. select paragraph 2. wheels and interlocks for drawout application. and L through X.
The circuit shall be armed for approximately two cycles after breaker closing and shall operate for all peak fault levels above 25 times the ampere value of the rating plug. True RMS sensing circuit protection shall be achieved by analyzing the secondary current signals received from the circuit breaker current sensors and initiating trip signals to the circuit breaker trip actuators when predetermined trip levels and time delay settings are reached. The trip unit shall be provided with a making-current release circuit. The indication of the mode of trip shall be retained after an automatic trip operation. and include I 22t settings or ground alarm only. The indication of the mode of trip shall be retained after an automatic trip. Interchangeable current sensors with their associated rating plug shall establish the continuous trip rating of each circuit breaker. where indicated on the drawings. D. In the event that the downstream breaker does not trip. Main circuit breakers shall have an adjustable instantaneous pickup. C. J. where indicated on the drawings. 3. The unit shall be continuously self-checking and provide a visual indication that the internal circuitry is being monitored and is fully operational. 2. All circuit breakers shall have adjustments for long delay pickup and time. The trip unit shall be provided with a display panel. Trip unit shall have selectable thermal memory for enhanced circuit protection. including a representation of the time/current curve that will indicate the protection functions. The trip unit shall have provisions for a single test kit to test each of the trip functions.] shall have individually adjustable ground fault current pickup and time. A test pushbutton shall energize a LED to indicate the battery status. B.and include It settings. E. H. The trip unit shall have an information system that provides LEDs to indicate mode of trip following an automatic trip operation. 10Factory shall wire for zone interlocking for the insulated case circuit breakers within the switchboard. I. The trip unit shall have an information system that utilizes battery backup LEDs to indicate mode of trip following an automatic trip operation. 4. Writer – Optional . [All circuit breakers] [Circuit breakers. Complete system selective coordination shall be provided by the addition of the following individually adjustable time/current curve shaping solid-state elements: 1.] shall have individually adjustable ground fault alarm only. A reset button shall be provided to turn off the LED indication after an automatic trip.shall use microprocessor-based technology to provide the basic adjustable time-current protection functions. The trip unit shall provide zone interlocking for the short-time delay and ground fault delay trip functions for improved system coordination. 9·Note to Spec. the upstream · breaker shall trip after the present time delay. F. The indication of the mode of trip shall be retained after an automatic trip. ·9 G. [All circuit breakers] [Circuit breakers. Writer – Select one 10·Note to Spec. The zone interlocking system shall restrain the tripping of an upstream breaker and allow the breaker closest to the fault to trip with no intentional time delay. Main circuit breakers shall have individual adjustments for short delay pickup and time.
System coordination shall be provided by the following microprocessor-based programmable time-current curve shaping adjustments. and zone selective interlocking . the trip unit shall maintain the cause of trip history and the mode of trip LED indication as long as its internal power supply is available. S.1% of full scale for current values. The trip unit shall be equipped to permit communication via a network twisted pair for remote monitoring and control. suitable for operation up to 600V. adjustable from 50 to 100% of the long delay pickup setting. P. neutral and ground current 2. var-hours. and VA hours. present demand. L. The protection functions shall not be affected during test operations. Programmable short-time delay with selectable flat or I 2T curve shaping. Q. power factor. Following an automatic trip operation of the circuit breaker. watt-hours. percent total harmonic distortion. V. T. Metering display accuracy of the complete system. The trip unit shall include a voltage transformer module. neutral. The accuracy of these readings shall be +/. and energy consumption) shall be indicated in the trip unit’s alphanumeric display panel. and ground current. The trip unit shall have a 4-character LCD display showing phase.2% of full scale. The trip unit shall display the following power quality values: crest factor. Instantaneous value of line-to-line voltage 3. The short-time pickup adjustment shall be dependant on the long delay setting. U. and harmonic values of all phases through the 31st harmonic. 1. Minimum and maximum current values 4. Metering display accuracy of the complete system shall be +/. The trip unit shall include a power/relay module which shall supply control to the readout display.2% of full scale for power and energy values. 50/60 Hz. shall be +/. The trip unit shall contain an integral test pushbutton. Programmable long-time setting 2. The energy-monitoring parameter values (peak demand. An internal relay shall be programmable to provide contacts for remote ground alarm indication. The unit shall be capable of monitoring the following data: 1. N. including current sensors. A keypad shall be provided to enable the user to select the values of test currents within a range of available settings. Instantaneous value of phase.K. An adjustable high load alarm shall be provided. Watts. M. R. Programming may be done via a keypad at the faceplate of the unit or via the communication network. Programmable long-time delay with selectable IT or I24T curve shaping 3. The breaker may be tested in the TRIP or NO TRIP test mode. The primary of the power relay module shall be connected internally to the line side of the circuit breaker through a dielectric test disconnect plug. VA. O. The display for the trip units shall be a 24-character LED display. Programmable short-time setting 4. W. auxiliary CTs. VARs. and the trip unit.
D. Circuit breakers shall be operated by a toggle-type handle and shall have a quick-make. X. Y. Under frequency 6. Reverse load and fault current 4. Over frequency 7. Adjustable over voltage release 3. F. 13 Ground fault protection shall be provided where indicated. quick-break over-center switching mechanism that is mechanically trip-free.000) (100. Adjustable under voltage release 2. a trip unit and a flux-transfer shunt trip. Contacts shall be nonwelding silver alloy and arc extinction shall be accomplished by means of DE-ION arc chutes. A push-to-trip button on the front of the circuit breaker shall provide a local manual means to exercise the trip mechanism.5. Circuit breakers [400-] [600-] [800-] ampere through 2500-ampere frame shall be microprocessor-based RMS sensing type trip units. Programmable ground fault delay with selectable flat or I 2T curve shaping and zone selective interlocking. Automatic tripping of the breaker shall be clearly indicated by the handle position. Writer – Optional 12 Note to Spec. C.09 MICROPROCESSOR TRIP UNITS – MOLDED-CASE DISTRIBUTION CIRCUIT BREAKERS A. Writer – Optional . Protective devices shall be fixed-mounted. ·11 The trip unit shall have the following advanced features integral to the trip unit: 1. Each molded case circuit breaker microprocessor-based tripping system shall consist of three (3) current sensors.000) amperes symmetrical at rated voltage] [as shown on the drawings]. G. E. Programmable instantaneous setting 6. and shall time and date stamp the event. Voltage phase unbalance and phase loss during current detection 2.000) (150. 2. molded case circuit breakers with inverse time and instantaneous tripping characteristics. The trip unit shall use 11·Note to Spec. Circuit breakers shall have a minimum symmetrical interrupting capacity 12[of (65. B. Where indicated circuit breakers shall be current limiting. The trip unit shall offer a three-event trip log that will store the trip data. Programmable ground fault setting trip or ground fault setting alarm 7.08 MOLDED-CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS – NON-CONTROLLED DISTRIBUTION BREAKERS A. Where indicated provide UL listed circuit breakers for applications at 100% of their continuous ampere rating in their intended enclosure. Writer – Select one 13 Note to Spec. H. Circuit breakers [250-] [400-] [600-] [800-] ampere frame and below shall be thermalmagnetic type trip units and inverse time-current characteristics. Reverse sequence voltage alarm 5.
Key interlocks shall be provided as indicated on the drawings. or as required for proper operation of the equipment.10 ACCESSORIES A. adjustable settings shall not exceed 1200 amperes.11 MISCELLANEOUS DEVICES A. Rating plugs shall be interlocked so they are not interchangeable between frames. B. and ground fault functions of the breaker by means of a test set. rail-mounted on top of switchgear] [floor running portable circuit breaker transfer truck with manual lifting mechanism]. Provide shunt trips. Adjustable short-time setting and delay with selective curve shaping 3. True RMS sensing circuit protection shall be achieved by analyzing the secondary current signals received from the circuit breaker current sensors. Writer – Optional 15 Note to Spec. D. Provide a 15 [traveling type circuit breaker lifter.microprocessor-based technology to provide the adjustable time-current protection functions. Each section of the switchboard shall be provided with a space heater [thermostatically controlled]. 2. Adjustable ground fault setting and delay. Adjustable long-time setting (set by adjusting the trip setting dial or rating plug) 2. as indicated on the drawings. Provide neutral ground fault sensor for four-wire loads. and initiating trip signals to the circuit breaker trip actuators when predetermined trip levels and time-delay settings are reached. An adjustable trip setting dial mounted on the front of the trip unit. Writer – Select one . When the adjustable instantaneous setting is omitted. Power for the space heaters shall be obtained [from a control power transformer 14 Note to Spec. instantaneous. G. or interchangeable ratings plugs shall establish the continuous trip ratings of each circuit breaker. [Control power transformers shall have adequate capacity to supply power to the transformer cooling fans. 14 [Provide one test set capable of testing all breakers 250-ampere frame and above]. Where internal ground fault protection is specified. F. C. Control power transformers with primary and secondary protection shall be provided. Breakers shall have built-in test points for testing the long-time delay. B. Rating plugs shall be fixed or adjustable as indicated. the trip unit shall be provided with an instantaneous override.] C. bell alarms and auxiliary switches as shown on the contract drawings. Adjustable instantaneous setting 4. and interlocked such that a breaker cannot be closed and latched with the rating plug removed. The microprocessor-based trip unit shall have both powered and unpowered thermal memory to provide protection against cumulative overheating should a number of overload conditions occur in quick succession E. B. 2. System coordination shall be provided by the following microprocessor-based time-current curve shaping adjustments: 1.
lights and receptacles shall be obtained from a 16[control power transformer within the switchgear] [source as indicated on the drawings]. 3. The construction of the enclosure shall be modular so future sections can be added without affecting NEMA 3R integrity. Each end of the outdoor structure shall have an end trim. Each end of the outdoor structure shall have an end trim. Outer sections shall be the same widths as indoor structures except the end sections of a non-walk-in enclosure shall be wider than the inner sections to permit opening the inner door. The enclosure shall be provided with undercoating applied to all members in contact with the foundation surface to retard corrosion. [Steel floor plates shall be provided in the rear cable compartment. Switchgear shall be enclosed in an outdoor walk-in NEMA 3R enclosure conforming to all applicable requirements of UL and designed to withstand wind velocities of   mph. 6. Ventilating openings shall be provided complete with replaceable fiberglass air filters which are removable from the exterior of the enclosure. Front aisle depth for walk-in structures shall be 42 inches. The enclosure shall have a roof sloping toward the rear. Supply voltage shall be 120 volts AC. External padlocking of the aisle doors shall not prevent operation of the panic hardware from the interior of the enclosure. bus and cable compartments of adequate wattage to prevent the accumulation of moisture within the compartments. Provide interior aisle fluorescent lights. Aisle doors shall be supplied with provisions for padlocking. Outer sections shall be the same widths as indoor structures except the end sections of a walk-in enclosure shall be wider than the inner sections to permit opening the inner door. Switchgear shall be enclosed in an outdoor non-walk-in NEMA 3R enclosure conforming to all applicable requirements of UL and designed to withstand wind velocities of   mph. Outdoor Walk-in Enclosure 1. Supply voltage shall be   volts AC. 2. Power for the space heaters. The enclosure shall be provided with rear hinged padlockable doors with wind stops for each section. 2. An overhead circuit breaker lifter shall be provided in the aisle of the enclosure. 16 Note to Spec. C. 2. The enclosure shall be provided with front and rear hinged padlockable doors with wind stops for each section. minimum. The enclosure shall have a roof sloping toward the rear. Provide panic door hardware on aisle doors at each end of the line-up. 5. 7. Outdoor Non-Walk-in Enclosure 1. NEMA 1 Enclosure B. Each shipping section shall be shipped completely assembled. Provide necessary space heaters thermostatically controlled for breaker. 3-way switches and GFI protected receptacles.] An anti-skid floor strip shall be provided in the aisle. Writer – Select one . A steel floor shall be provided in walk-in aisle space. Aisle doors shall be supplied with provisions for padlocking.within the switchboard] [from a source as indicated on the drawings]. Writer – Optional Note to Spec.12 ENCLOSURES A. 4.
Color and finish of the switchboard shall be ANSI 61 light gray. C. voltage ampere rating. The enclosure shall be provided with undercoating applied to all members in contact with the foundation surface to retard corrosion. minimum. 4. 2. All exterior and interior steel surfaces of the switchboard shall be properly cleaned and provided with a rust-inhibiting phosphatized coating. etc. A portable overhead circuit breaker lifter shall be provided to assist in removal of the circuit breakers from the enclosure. 7. manufacturer’s name.13 NAMEPLATES A. lights and receptacles shall be obtained from a [control power transformer within the switchgear] [source as indicated on the drawings]. Control components mounted within the assembly. generator loading/unloading. alarm/fault monitoring. 2. bus and cable compartments of adequate wattage to prevent the accumulation of moisture within the compartments. Provide transient voltage surge suppression as specified in Section 16671. monitoring and control of the generator sets including start/stop.. 17 Note to Spec. and item number. shall be furnished for all main and feeder circuits as indicated on the drawings. Power for the space heaters. mounted on the face of the assembly. Each shipping section shall be shipped completely assembled. 5.] Ventilating openings shall be provided complete with replaceable fiberglass air filters which are removable from the exterior of the enclosure. B. 6. generator kVAR load sharing.15 17 TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSION A. black characters on white background. Furnish master nameplate giving switchboard designation. switches and GFI protected receptacles. Characters shall be 3/16-inch high. switches. Nameplates shall give item designation and circuit number as well as frame ampere size and appropriate trip rating. general order number. 2. load shed/add.[Steel floor shall be provided in the rear cable compartment. Supply voltage shall be 120 volts AC. and protective relaying. Provide interior fluorescent lights. shortcircuit rating.16 EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM (EPS) AUTOMATION & CONTROLS A. pushbuttons. generator kW load sharing. Nameplates shall be laminated plastic. The automation and control system shall facilitate overall EPS operation including automatic standby operation. shall be suitably marked for identification corresponding to appropriate designations on manufacturer’s wiring diagrams. Provide necessary space heaters thermostatically controlled for breaker. synchronizing. The construction of the enclosure shall be modular so future sections can be added without affecting NEMA 3R integrity. 3. such as fuse blocks. relays.14 FINISH A. Engraved nameplates. Writer – Optional . 2.
PowerLynx 2000. EPS Automation interface shall be via a touchscreen with the following characteristics: 1. EPS system interface shall be via a touchscreen with the following characteristics: 18 Note to Spec. b. a. Writer: Choose one of the HMI Options below. C. 3. black and white. black and white. depending on usage of PowerLynx 1000. The EPS Automation and Controls shall utilize true redundant. Resistive touchscreen interface. a. Color. Writer – Select one . Writer – Select one 19 Note to Spec. EPS Automation interface shall be via a touchscreen with the following characteristics: 1. -18OR- 2. The EPS Automation and Controls shall be by the same manufacturer as the switchgear and generator sets. It shall be furnished with the generator sets by the Emergency Power System Supplier as a total coordinated and integrated system. 2. Integral Alarm and Event Recording. The distributed processing system shall include separate processors for each power source.17 HMI – HUMAN/MACHINE INTERFACE [POWERLYNX 3000 HMI] A. 6” diagonal for EPS’s with one (1) Generator Set. b. *Note to Spec. and PowerLynx 3000 product 2. 256 displayable colors. Monochrome display capable of displaying both text and graphics. Integral Alarm and Event Recording. -19OR- 2. The display shall support a minimum resolution of 640x480 pixels in 10” diagonal size. The display shall support a minimum resolution of 800x600 pixels. distributed processing technology to maximize system reliability and fault tolerance. Resistive touchscreen interface.B. 10” diagonal for EPS’s with two (2) or more Generator Sets. 12” (diagonal) TFT LCD display capable of displaying both text and graphics. The display shall support a minimum resolution of 320x240 pixels in 6” diagonal size. b.17 HMI – HUMAN/MACHINE INTERFACE [POWERLYNX 2000 HMI] A. and a separate processor dedicated to touchscreen Human/Machine Interface (HMI) operation. 2. a.17 HMI – HUMAN/MACHINE INTERFACE [PowerLynx 1000 HMI] A.
20 Note to Spec. System Overview Screen with a dynamic graphic display of the electrical one line. Provide a printer for local printing of system reports. 4. 24~60kHZ horizontal scan rate. The touch screen shall be clear glass. Alarm Summary Report 20 b. alarm Log shall be exportable to floppy disk drive. 6. 9. Integral Short Term Trending e. The display shall support a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. control. 56-75HZ refresh rate. Integral Alarm and Event Recording d. 2. f. Protection Class IP20. Plant Test Report – including all current operational parameters iv. Industrial Processor shall have 24 Vdc power supply fed from best source system. Color. metering. furnished with a Surface Acoustic Wave touch interface. [NFPA compliant JCAHO report] v.18 HMI SCREEN LISTING A. The EPS Touchscreen Processor shall operate with the following minimum characteristics: 1. 15 inch (diagonal) TFT LCD industrial display capable of displaying both text and graphics. Generator Metering Screen for each generator with graphical presentation of all functions specified. c. The EPS Automation shall be capable of displaying and printing the following reports: i. C. The EPS Automation shall provide the following screens. 2.1. 5. System Control Screen 4. 3. with light transmission of 95% or better. System Settings Screen. 2. 8. An EPS Touch Screen Processor shall be provided and shall provide the following additional features: a. 16 million displayable colors. System Settings Report ii. Shock resistant up to 5Gs. Generator Settings Report iii. Generator Settings Screen. 2. Generator Control Screen for each generator 7. annunciations settings and indications listed below: 1. System Metering Screen with graphical presentation of all functions. System Report Generation 1. Writer – Optional . Generator Demand Priority Control and Status Screen. Main Menu Screen with a complete listing of major screens. The screens shall provide all of the information. Minimum environmental requirements: temperature 0-55 deg. 3.
Engine Monitoring (Engine Meter/Gauge) Screen for each generator that shall contain a graphical representation of all of the engine gauges and data specified a. Generator Trending Screen that shall contain trending information described below. Plant Test Settings Report Screen 17. Utility Control Screen for each Utility Main. Utility Metering Screen that shall contain graphical representations of all the electrical metering functions specified. 21Engine Historical Trending Screen that shall contain trending information described below under Long Term Historical Trending. Generator Load Shed Control Screen. Generator Engine Air / Cool Screen. 14. System Trend Screen that shall contain trending information described below. Writer: (for systems with Generator Bus Tie Breakers) The additional HMI Screens listed below apply to PowerLynx 2000 and 3000 only 22. Tie. Generator Annunciator Screen for each generator that shall contain: Status. Report Menu Screen a. Pre-Alarms and Shutdown faults specified. Annunciator Menu Screen a. System Annunciation Screen that shall contain all of the Status. 2. Utility Settings Report Screen c. *Note to Spec. 12.10. b. 11. Lamp Test and Alarm points specified. Tie Setting Screen that shall contain all of the adjustments sspecified. Lamp Test and Alarm points specified. 24.19 EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM (EPS) FEATURES A. 23. Alarm Summary Screen that shall contain a time/date stamped System Alarm Summary. 15. 16. Password Entry screen that shall contain a numeric keypad for password entry. Utility Annunciation Screen that shall contain all of the Status. Tie control Screen for each Utility Main. c. 21. Tie Metering Screen that shall contain graphical representations of the all the electrical metering functions specified. and Distribution Circuit 21 Note to Spec. Lamp Test. Writer – Optional . The EPS Automation and Controls shall consist of the hardware and software required for the control of the Engine-Generator plant and associated Utility. *Note to Spec. Writer: The additional HMI Screens listed below apply to PowerLynx 3000 only 19. 13. Utility Setting Screen that shall contain all of the adjustments specified. Generator Settings Report Screen b. Generator Engine Oil / Fuel Screen. 18. 20. b.
2. C. A separate Load Shed distributed I/O block shall be provided for each group of up to (7) electrically operated distribution circuit breakers (as indicated on the drawings) to control the opening and closing of distribution circuit breakers when signaled by the Master Control Automatic Load Shed Control Logic and to monitor the open and closed status of distribution circuit breakers. Automatic synchronizing and paralleling of the generator plant 4. For redundancy. The redundant automation processors shall each consist of a fully redundant power supply and CPU. Automatic generator load and VAR sharing controls 5. CPU and I/O point hardware. Automatic generator Demand Priority control logic 6. B. D. The redundant automation processor shall consist of a fully redundant power supply. Control systems utilizing a single processor are not acceptable. Automatic Load Shed / Add control logic E. Power Transducers. each utility power source. 2.Breakers. status. For redundancy. HMI (Human / Machine Interface) Touchscreens. 1. 22[A second (redundant) Load Shed distributed I/O block shall be provided for each group of up to (7) distribution circuit breakers. monitoring. Transfer of Master Control functions to a redundant processor shall be bumpless. and each HMI. annunciation inputs and outputs. If the automation processor executing Master Control automation functions should fail. all Master Control automation functions shall be capable of being executed from any of multiple distributed processors. The EPS Automation and Controls shall be designed to eliminate single points of failure. etc. Each Utility Circuit Breaker shall be provided with a separate primary automation processor and a redundant automation processor. Automatic start of the generator plant when a run request is received 2. The Master Control automation functions shall include: 1. Failure of the primary utility automation processor shall result in a bumpless transfer to the redundant utility automation 22Note to Spec. [A second (redundant) Master Control I/O rack with I/O cards (or a distributed I/O block) shall be provided with redundant I/O points for all Master Control I/O requirements. the EPS Controls shall utilize a separate automation processor for each generator power source. At a minimum.] G. The System shall include all Processors. The EPS must continue to function normally with a complete HMI failure.] F. 3. and control information to the operator. 1. First-up and dead-bus control logic 3. An I/O rack with I/O cards or a distributed I/O block shall be provided for all required Master Control I/O including Load Shed relay outputs. multiple processors shall be utilized. the next available automation processor shall automatically assume control of all Master Control automation functions shall be equal to the number of generators in the system. Supervisory Network and all ancillary control equipment necessary to automatically execute the specified Functional Sequence of Operations. The HMI shall serve only as an Operator Interface. The EPS Automation shall be provided with an HMI consisting of a Touchscreen display. Writer – Optional . The HMI shall provide all metering.
The Instant Auto Selector Switch will shift the EPS to the fully automatic mode. Writer: The following additional control network redundancy (Paragraph I) applies only to PowerLynx 2000 and 3000 Systems. The EPS Automation control power shall be protected against single point of failure by the utilization of a 24 Vdc. The EPS Automation shall support real time trending. Real Time Trending 1. Best Source DC system. 3. The Power Transducer shall accept 3 phase Voltage and Current inputs from the associated source. Each Engine battery and a Station Battery shall be connected to a common DC bus. even in the event of a touchscreen failure. or Utility Circuit Breaker automation processor shall in no way hinder the full automatic operation of the entire EPS Automation and Control System. To eliminate single points of failure. Automatic sensing of loss and return of utility 2. 2. Utility. the redundant utility automation processors shall also provide control of all tie breaker functions. The EPS Controls shall be provided with an “Instant Auto” Selector Switch. The redundant supervisory network shall have a 1Mbs data rate or higher and shall be configured so that failure of the primary network shall result in the system operating on the secondary network without any loss of manual or automatic functionality. *Note to Spec. is returned to the fully automatic mode. I. For systems with tie breakers. The failure of any single Master Control. The EPS automation and Controls shall be capable of surviving a fault of any one of its’ automation processors. The failure of any single generator power source automation processor shall only cause loss of automatic operation of a single generator. Automatic transfer between utility and generator source. Automatic control of the open and close signals to the utility or tie circuit breakers. condition. The Power Transducer shall provide all critical power related data to the source processor at least once every 100ms. Automatic synchronizing of generator source to utility source. 3. M. An 80 amp diode and 40 amp circuit breaker will connect each battery to the common DC bus to protect the common DC bus from the catastrophic failure of any DC source. Each Engine battery and the Station Battery shall be furnished with a separate battery charger. N. 2. 4. Real Time Trending shall display the following: . The EPS Automation shall log all events and alarms with device. All controls and protective relays shall be powered from this Best Source DC bus. L. Each Generator.processor. K. and Tie Circuit Breaker processor shall be furnished with a Power Transducer. and single phase Voltage input from the load side of the Circuit Breaker. This insures the EPS. The utility processor functions shall include: 1. the EPS automation processors shall coordinate their control functions via a dedicated fully redundant supervisory network. 4. J. 1. and time/date stamp. H.
Writer: The following additional trending parameters apply to PowerLynx 3000 Systems only. and generator: a.55° C 3. c. Voltmeter with 4-position selector switch to select three phases of voltage. potentiometer control. h. e. c. In the event of a failure of all EPS controls occur.20 EPS AUTOMATION & CONTROLS ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS A. P. b. The following meters shall be provided for the system bus. g. d.5% accuracy or better. n. Kilowatt meter d. preset. i. tie. Kilovar meter e. Humidity – 5 – 95% non-condensing 2. each individual utility. Load kW Individual Generator kW Individual Generator kVAR Individual Generator Voltage Individual Generator Amps per phase Individual Generator frequency Individual Engine RPM Individual Engine Battery Voltage Individual Engine Oil Pressure Individual Engine Water Temperature O. To eliminate single points of failure. Frequency Meter f. 2. Operating Temperature – 0 . Generator Set frequency and voltage is switched to manual. k.a. Each EPS Automation and Control component (nominal 24vdc) shall be rated to operate at 40vdc (typical for open circuited 24vdc chargers). l.21 EPS METERING A. Power Factor Meter g. The EPS Automation and Control System shall meet or exceed the following environmental requirements: 1. The following additional metering shall be provided for each Engine: . j. Control Power – 16 to 40vdc (24vdc nominal) 2. 1. Utility Average Voltage Utility Average Current Utility kW Utility kVAR *Note to Spec. external overvoltage protection components are not acceptable. m. Ammeter with 4-position selector switch. b. All metering functions shall be 0. Synchroscope B. f.
Natural Gas engine. with ADEM II or III. Right Air Filter Differential 24. Gas Flow 23 Note to Spec. Left Air Filter Differential 25. Overspeed Switch Status 18. B series or higher. Engine Coolant Level Status 17. Fuel Consumption Rate -23 OR - *Note to Spec. Engine Battery Voltage Meter 3.1. Engine Running Hour Meter 6. Oil Filter Pressure Differential 20. Engine Oil Pressure Gauge 4. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge 5. Oil Pressure Differential 10. Writer: Include the following metering when using a Caterpillar. Filter Engine Oil Pressure 16. Boost Pressure 11. 9. Writer – Select one Note to Spec. Filtered Fuel Pressure 23. Writer – Optional . Engine RPM Meter 2. Right Turbo Inlet Pressure 14. 9. Atmospheric Pressure 10. Engine coolant Temperature 20. Left Exhaust Temperature 21. Remote Emergency Stop Actuated status 19. Engine Start Counter 7. Writer: Include the following metering when using a Caterpillar. with ADEM II or III. Engine Hour meter 15. System Battery Voltage 12. Percent Engine Load 8. Fuel Filter Pressure Differential 19. Crankcase Air Pressure 22. Left Turbo Inlet Pressure 13. Local Control Switch Position *Note to Spec. Diesel engine. B series or higher.
with time delay. Protective Relaying shall be microprocessor. As a minimum. percent reset. Voltmeter with 4-position selector switch to select three phases of voltage. Inlet Air Temperature 18. 3-phase. Power Factor Meter D. Fuel Temperature 15. Inlet Air Flow 19. Writer: See Section 16901 Microprocessor Based Metering for functional descriptions. The switchboard manufacturer shall furnish and install. Note to Spec. provide a separate customer metering compartment with front hinged door. Additional Metering 1. b. in the metal-enclosed switchboard. Over/Under Frequency (81 O/U) Relay. 3. Air/Fuel Ratio 16. high reliability. C. as specified below. Frequency Meter 6. 2. Ammeter with 4-position selector switch. percent adjustable. 2. The following metering shall be provided for each distribution breaker: 1. Individual Cylinder Ignition Timing 20. the following protective functions shall be provided for each Generator: a. Individual Cylinder Temperature (where available) C.22 PROTECTIVE RELAYS A. Kilowatt meter 4. Where indicated on the drawings. type and rating of protection relays as indicated on the drawings and described hereafter in this specification. percent adjustable. B. 24Note to Spec. Writer – Select one . Coolant Pressure 14. Furnish and install current transformers for each meter. 2. Current transformers shall be wired to shorting-type terminal blocks. percent reset. the quantity. Unfiltered Oil Pressure 13. Under/Over Voltage (27/59) Relay. Kilovar meter 5. Total Engine Hours 12. 3.11. Inlet Air Pressure 17. Furnish and install 24 [potential transformers including primary and secondary fuses with disconnecting means] [fused potential taps as the potential source] for metering as shown on the drawings. with time delay. GENERATOR PROTECTIVE RELAYING 1. single phase.
40) Relay. f. with time delay. Industrial Grade. adjustable sync window and sync window dwell time Manual Paralleling Synch Check (25). c. j. Writer – Select one . Reverse Power (32) Relay.drawout. percent adjustable. Phase Sequence/Phase Failure (47) Relay. [Basler BE1-951]. f. percent adjustable. Lock-out (86) Relay (Utility Grade).c. Industrial Grade i. Automatic Synchronizer (15/25). Loss of Field (Reverse VAR. D. with time delay. percent reset. Instantaneous/Time Overcurrent (50/51) Relay. manual reset g. percent adjustable. Var/Power Factor Controller (90 PF). the following protective function shall be provided for each Distribution Circuit Breaker: a. adjustable sync window and sync window dwell time. [Siemens 7SJ602]. percent adjustable with time delay. b. 3-phase. multi-function. Microprocessor Engine Governor Load Sharing and Soft Loading Control (65). Reverse Power (32) Relay. lutilizing ANSI trip curves. [Schweitzer SEL 351S]. As a minimum. percent reset. percent adjustable with time delay. 3-phase. E. Utility Re-close Lock-out Switch with lockable cover. Two – Manual Paralleling Synch Check Relay (25). Under/Over Voltage (27/59) Relay. h. e. Each Tie Circuit Breaker shall be provided with a [Multilin MIF II]. b. --25OR1. a. with time delay. UTILITY PROTECTIVE RELAYING 1. As a minimum. Over/Under Frequency (81 O/U) Relay. Manual Paralleling Synch Check (25). protective relay. Lock-out (86) Relay (Utility Grade). Utility Lock-out (86) Relay (Utility Grade). multi-function protective relay. percent adjustable. Reverse Direction Overcurrent (32/51) Relay (Utility Grade). 3-phase. [Basler BE1-851]. 3-phase. 3-phase. d. single phase. utility grade. percent adjustable with time delay. Automatic Synchronizer (15/25). 3-phase. e. with time delay d. TIE PROTECTIVE RELAYING (Where applicable) 1. 3-phase. manual reset. 25Note to Spec. g. Each Utility Circuit Breaker shall be provided with a [Multilin SR-750]. manual reset. percent adjustable. h. -OR- 1. c. Manual Paralleling Synch Check Relay (25). [Schweitzer SEL 551]. the following protective functions shall be provided for each Utility Point of Common Coupling (PCC): a. utility grade.
Generator Shutdown Annunciation points shall cause the generator set to shutdown and the generator main to trip open. --ORa. DISTRIBUTION PROTECTIVE RELAYING 1. Generator Pre-Alarm Annunciation points shall sound the Annunciation System Horn. They shall require acknowledgement. a. and then placed back in Auto or Manual operation. 5. [Siemens 7SJ602]. 2. Lock-out (86) Relay (Utility Grade). Utility Annunciation points shall sound the Annunciation System Horn. 3. Annunciation shall comply with NFPA 110 requirements and shall conform to Instrument Society of America (ISA) F3A standards. b. As a minimum.These annunciation points shall show fault conditions that have caused the shutdown of one (1) or more generator sets. System Annunciator – One (1) shall be provided for each system. [Schweitzer SEL 551]. 3-phase. Generator Pre-Alarm Points – These annunciation points shall show fault conditions that could jeopardize the ability of the EPS to function properly without immediate attention. They will require acknowledgement. Status Annunciation points shall not sound the Annunciation System Horn. B. They will require acknowledgement. Instantaneous/Time Overcurrent (50/51) relay. Two – Manual Paralleling Synch Check Relay (25). Generator Annunciator – One (1) shall be provided for each generator. utilizing ANSI trip curves. and shutdown information. Utility Alarm Points – These annunciation points will indicate Utility related fault conditions.b. 2. manual reset. 4. protective relay. fault. 2. They shall require acknowledgement. manual reset. utility grade.23 EPS ANNUNCIATION SYSTEM A. Status Points – These annunciation points will show the status of critical system or generator set components. The Annunciation System shall be provided with five (5) distinct types of annunciation points: 1. percent adjustable. The EPS shall be provided with Annunciators to monitor and display critical status. the following protective function shall be provided for each Distribution Circuit Breaker. EPS Alarm Points – These annunciation points will indicate system wide fault conditions. Generator Pre-Alarm Annunciation Points shall reset automatically as the alarm condition is cleared. EPS Annunciation points shall sound the Annunciation System Horn. Each Distribution Circuit Breaker shall be provided with a [Multilin MIF II]. the Engine Control Switch is placed in Off/Reset. b. Generator Shutdown Alarm Points . Generator Shutdown Annunciation points shall sound the Annunciation System Horn. The generator main is then “locked out” until the cause of the shutdown is corrected. B. [Basler BE1-851]. . Two (2) distinct Annunciator types shall be provided: 1. Industrial Grade. Lock-out (86) Relay (Utility Grade). They will not require acknowledgement. multi-function.
Local Engine Control Switch not in Auto j. or EPS Alarm shall cause the Alarm Horn to sound until the Horn Silence button is depressed. Engine Overspeed c. Synchronizer block fault p. Generator Circuit Breaker Open/Closed f. Engine Low Fuel [Applies to Diesel only] h. Low Oil Pressure c. EPS Synchronization Selector Switch Position d. Ground Fault Alarm m. Engine Running/Stopped 2.C. Engine High Coolant Temp e. Local Engine Control Switch Position b. Generator Reverse Power j. The following Annunciator Points shall be furnished for each generator set: 1. The display shall operate such that any alarm point shall “flash” until acknowledged. Battery Charger Failure g. One press of the Acknowledge button shall return alarm points to “steady on” except the “first in” alarm. Communications Module Alarm n. Engine Low Coolant Level f. Low controller Battery 3. Generator Loss of Field i. Generator Shutdown Alarm. D. Engine Battery High Voltage f. which shall remain flashing. Generator Undervoltage . Engine Remote Emergency Shutdown g. EPS Synchronization Selector Switch not in Auto l. Generator Failed to Synchronize i. Generator Circuit Breaker Tripped h. Shutdown Alarm Points a. Low Coolant Temperature d. Engine Overcrank b. a Horn Silence Push-button and an Acknowledge Push-button. Engine Battery Low Voltage e. EPS Engine Control Switch Position c. The Annunciation System shall be equipped with a fast pulse horn (rated 80-95 dbA at two feet). High Coolant Temperature b. EPS Engine Control Switch not in Auto k. Any subsequent alarms shall re-sound the horn. Status Annunciation Points a. Any Generator PreAlarm. Emergency Mode e. A second press of the Acknowledge button shall return the “first in” alarm point to “steady on”. Rupture Basin Alarm [Applies to Diesel only] o. Pre-Alarm Annunciation Points a. Engine Low Oil Pressure d.
Utility Fail to Synchronize e. Load Shed Active g.Utility Circuit Breaker Reverse Power d. Load Shed Enabled f.Utility Control not in Auto c. System in Emergency Mode b. Generator Over frequency n.Utility Protective Relay Failure F.Utility Circuit Breaker Open/Closed 2. System Battery Charger Fault . Controller Fault g.EPS Synchronization Selector Switch Position b. The following Annunciator Points shall be furnished for each Utility: 1. EPS Test Switch Position e. EPS Alarm Points a.Utility Close Lock-out Switch Position d. Master Mode Selector Switch position d. Utility Alarm Points a. Load Shed Override h. Status Annunciation Points a. Generator Over voltage l. Utility Circuit Breaker Tripped g. Load Shed Override d. Generator Under frequency m. Engine Status (1 for each Engine) b. Critical Low fuel shutdown [Applies to Diesel only] q.Emergency Mode c. Gen Demand Priority Active 2. Hi Winding temperature Trip E. Low Controller Battery h. Status Annunciation Points a. System not in Auto c. Engine Priority (1 for each Engine) c. Ground Fault p.Utility Failure b.k. Emergency Stop o.Utility Circuit Breaker Failed to Close/Open f. Generator Bus Underfrequency e. Master Shutdown f. The following Annunciator Points shall be furnished for each EPS: 1. Gen Demand Priority Enabled i.
2. b. 26[With Generator Bus Tie Breaker] The generator bus tie breaker is closed . 2. 3. Transfer to Emergency Mode a. SYNCHRONIZER. The remaining generators are synchronized and paralleled to the bus as they come up to voltage and frequency. The operator places the System Mode Selector Switch into the Closed Xfer to Emergency position. The generators are allowed to run for their programmed cool down period. Writer – Optional . Entry 1. Utility protective relaying senses utility voltage and frequency within tolerance. the generator plant is passively synchronized and paralleled to the utility source by closing the utility main breaker. 4. 5. POWER TRANSDUCER AND PROTECTIVE SETTINGS. System Settings 2. 2. 6. Utility Failure 1. A run request is sent to the generator plant.25 FUNCTIONAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS A. 6. 2. The automation is standing by to act in response to a utility failure. The EPS Automation shall be provided with the following Modes of Operation: 1. Generator demand and Load Shed Settings 4. Automatic/Standby Mode a. 1.2. The system is now in Emergency Mode. Generator Settings 3. The generator breakers are opened. Following an adjustable time delay (which can be abbreviated by the operator) to assure that the utility power source is stable. 3.24 EPS (CONTROL. The system is now back in Automatic/Standby Mode. 7. The utility main breaker is closed serving utility power to the generator/load bus. The first generator up to voltage and frequency is closed to the bus. c. 4. Utility Settings 2. A. 3. 3. 26 Note to Spec. The first generator up to voltage and frequency is closed to the bus at no load. b. EPS Setting changes and adjustments shall be password protected and easily adjustable in selectable increments. Emergency Mode a. A run request is sent to the generator plant. Utility protective relaying senses utility voltage or frequency out of tolerance. The utility main breaker is opened. 5. The generator plant is soft ramp unloaded until the utility source is nominally serving the entire system load. The generator main breakers are open. Utility Restoration and Exit from Emergency Mode 1.
Export Limit . Exit from Emergency Mode 1. 3. 4. ii. b. The user sets the Utility Export Set point to the desired amount of kW that they want to export through the Utility Circuit Breaker during Load Management Mode. The remaining generators are synchronized and paralleled to the bus at no load as they come up to voltage and frequency. 5. Entry 1.The user places the Import/Export toggle switch in the Export position and places the Base Load/Utility Tracking toggle switch in the Utility Tracking position. iii.The user places the Import/Export toggle switch in the Import position and places the Base Load/Utility Tracking toggle switch in the Utility Tracking position. Select one of the modes of operation: i. 5. Import Limit . The controls will not allow the generator plant to export 27Note to Spec. Following an adjustable time delay (which can be abbreviated by the operator).The user places the Import/Export toggle switch in the Import position and places the Base Load/Utility Tracking toggle switch in the Base Load position.4. When all generators are on the bus they are soft ramp loaded until the generator plant is serving nominally the entire load on the bus and the utility main breaker is opened. The generator plant is soft ramp unloaded until the utility source is nominally serving the entire system load. [With Generator Bus Tie Breaker] The generator bus tie breaker is opened and then all of generator breakers are opened. The generators are allowed to run for their programmed cool down period. Writer – Select one . The user sets the Utility Import Set point to the desired amount of kW that they want to import through the Utility Circuit Breaker during Load Management Mode. The operator removes the System Mode Selector Switch from Transfer to Emergency position and returns it to the Auto position. Base Load Import . The system is now back in Automatic/Standby Mode. Load Management Mode a. The user sets the Base Load Set point to the desired amount of kW that they want the generator plant to assume during Load Management Mode. 6. --27OR5. 6. the generator plant is passively synchronized and paralleled to the utility source by closing the utility main breaker. --OR4. 4. they are paralleled across the generator bus tie breaker. They are then soft ramp loaded until the generator plant is serving nominally all of the load on the bus and the utility main is opened. The generator breakers are opened. The system is now running in Emergency Mode. [With Generator Bus Tie Breaker] When all generators are on the bus. 2.
The generator plant is soft ramp unloaded until the utility source is nominally serving the entire system load and the generator main breakers are opened. The generators are allowed to run for their programmed cool down period. 5. 4. 7. The generators are allowed to run for a five-minute warm-up time (which can be abbreviated by the operator).kW through the Utility Circuit Breaker and will always maintain a nominal amount of Utility kW imported through the Utility Circuit Breaker. 3. The user sets the Base Load Set point to the desired amount of kW that they want the generator plant to assume during Load Management Mode.The user places the Import/Export toggle switch in the Export position and places the Base Load/Utility Tracking toggle switch in the Base Load position. 3. Entrance into Utility Fail Test Mode . The system is now back in Automatic/Standby Mode. Should the utility fail at any time during Load Management operation. 3. The system is now in No Load Test Mode. b. 5. thus placing the system in Emergency Mode until the Utility is restored (as described in Emergency Mode exit). The generators are synchronized and paralleled to the bus at no load after completion of the warm-up time. 2. 2. 6. 6. The controls will allow the generator plant to export kW through the Utility Circuit Breaker. The No Load Test Switch is placed in the ON position. If at any time the system is unable to maintain the setpoint then a “Set point Exceeded” alarm shall be sounded. Exit from No Load Test Mode 1. 4. The operator removes the System Mode Selector Switch from Load Management position and returns it to the Auto position. The No Load Test Switch is placed in the OFF position. Entrance into No Load Test Mode 1. Exit 1. The user places the System Mode Selector Switch in the Load Management position. 4. All generators come up to voltage and frequency and remain running disconnected from the bus. When all generators are on the bus they are soft ramp loaded until the generator plant is serving nominally the required amount of the load on the bus to meet the mode of operation selected. 2. The generator output is dynamically adjusted to maintain the set point to meet the mode of operation selected. 8. Base Load Export . 3. All available generators are started. the utility protective relays shall cause the utility main to open and be locked out. iv. b. No Load Test Mode a. The generators are allowed to run for their programmed cool down period. 2. Utility Fail Test Mode a. A run request is sent to the generator plant. The system is now back in Automatic/Standby Mode.
The system enters into Emergency Mode as described in the “Emergency Mode” sequence above. Additionally. Voltage sensing at the utility protective relay is opened. Load Shed Override Selector (shed/auto//add) ii. b. Voltage sensing at the utility protective relay is restored. the Load Shed Control shall shed all Essential and Non-Essential loads. The Utility Fail Test Switch is placed in the OFF position. 2. The system exits from Emergency Mode as described in the “Emergency Mode” sequence above. The Load Shed Control shall have one Essential Load Shed Priority Level for each generator in the system plus one Non-Essential Load Shed Priority Level (which is always shed in the Emergency Mode of operation).1. When the Generator Sets are carrying the facility load. The Utility Fail Test Switch is placed in the ON position. 1. Shed Delay Timer. Status indicators to show whether the Priority Level is Added or Shed 2. 1. which simulates the return of utility power. Conditional Load Shed: Upon entrance into Emergency Mode of operation. User-settable Load Add Time Delay vi. adjustable from 0 to 1024 seconds ii. Load Shed Override Selector (shed/auto//add) iv. b. Distribution circuit breakers to be controlled shall be electrically operated. adjustable from 0 to 1024 seconds iii. which simulates a loss of utility. User-settable Bus Under frequency Set point vii. Load Shed Control Switch (On/Off) ii. Add Delay Timer. the EPS Automation shall support two (2) sub-modes: Load Shed/Load Add. 3. and Generator Demand Priority. Exit from Utility Fail Test Mode 1. Bus Under frequency indicator 4. User-settable Load Shed Time Delay iv. Each electrically operated distribution circuit breaker shall be field selectable to be assigned to any of the available Load Shed Priority Levels. As generators come to the bus. Provide the following controls for each Essential Load Shed Priority Level i. The Load Shed Control shall control each of the distribution circuit breakers that are shown on the drawings. User-settable Load Add % (as a function of on-line generator capacity) v. The System Controls shall include a Load Shed Control function to control the loads served by the generator plant. Status indicators to show whether the Priority Level is Added or Shed 3. B. User-settable Load Shed % (as a function of on-line generator capacity) iii. User-settable Bus Under frequency time delay viii. Essential Priority Level loads shall be added . 2. Provide the following controls for each Non-Essential Load Shed Priority i. 3. c. the Load Shed Controls shall have: i. Load Shed Control a. Bus Under frequency Reset Pushbutton ix.
User-settable Generator Priority Selector 2.conditionally based on the number of generators on line. Should the generator plant ever reach 95% loading. Load Shed Mode shall shift to Load Sensitive Mode. generators shall be removed from the bus as a function of the generator percentage loading by the user selected Generator Remove time delay. all generators shall be started and paralleled to the bus. When the first generator comes to the bus. or until surplus capacity is greater than the calculated Load Shed setpoint. The Load Shed Control. shall not override any manual load shed/add operation. The system shall compare current generator on-line capacity (in kW) to current load requirements. Generator Demand Priority Control a. synchronized and paralleled to the bus. Generators shall be added to the bus in ascending priority order. then all Priority Level loads shall be shed and load addition shall not resume until the operator has depressed the Bus Underfrequency Reset button. after the Load Shed Time Delay the next Load Shed Priority will be shed. Second generator. the next priority generator shall be started and added to the bus with no time delay. etc. User-settable Generator Remove Delay 4. If surplus capacity is greater than the calculated Load Add setpoint. Load Sensitive Load Shed – After all generators have been given sufficient time to come to the bus. 6. Writer: The following on applies to systems with two or more generators 2. Generators shall be removed from the bus in descending priority. after the Load Add Time Delay the next Load Shed Priority will be added. b. Note to Spec. the next generator will be started. load shed shall shift to “Load Sensitive” mode. If surplus capacity is less than the calculated Load Shed setpoint. The following controls shall be provided for each generator: 1. After a time delay that allows all operational generators to come to the bus. User-settable Generator Remove % (as a function of a single generator capacity) 3. 5. This calculation will continue until all Sheddable Loads are added. in its automatic shedding and adding of loads. User-settable Generator Add % (as a function of a single generator capacity) 5. The Generator Demand Priority Control shall have the following controls: 1. Upon entrance into Emergency or Load Management modes. User-settable Generator Add Delay d. . Generator Demand Priority Control Switch (On/Off) 2. The System Controls shall include a Generator Demand Priority Control function to automatically match the on-line generator capacity to the loads to avoid unnecessary operation of all the generators when the loads are low. The bus underfrequency protection shall override any manual load add operation. Status indicator for the Generator Priority Selected 3. Priority Level 1 loads shall be added. or until surplus capacity is less than the calculated Load Add setpoint. Status indicator for generator On-line or Off-line c. This calculation will continue until all Sheddable Loads are shed. priority 2. Should the generator percentage loading increase to the user selected Generator Add limits for the user selected Add Delay. Should the load bus frequency fall below the user selected bus underfrequency setpoint for a period longer than the bus underfrequency time delay. After the Remove Time Delay.
Total fuel Used 17. Fuel Filter Differential Pressure 18. Coolant Level Status 4. The Emergency Power System Supplier shall have factory trained technicians that maintain a stock of spare parts and programming tools. Oil Filter Differential Pressure 28 Note to Spec. Coolant Temperature 3. Historical data file format shall be “dbf” to facilitate manipulation of these files in other software programs. Long Term Historical Trending shall log EPS historical data on the system hard drive. Fuel Usage Rate 7. One of each component required for synchronization. Power Supply. One of each type of automation processor (including CPU. Average 3 phase Current 9.27 LONG TERM HISTORICAL TRENDING A. Average 3 phase Voltage 10. B series or higher. Diesel engine. with ADEM II or III. provide the following spare parts for the Generator Control Switchboard: 1. and VAR control 3. Alarm Status 13. This data shall be displayed in a strip chart format. Writer: The following options apply to PowerLynx 3000 products only. (10) of each control fuse 5. Oil Pressure 19. kW 9. load control. Long Term Historical Trending shall record and display the following for each Generator set: 1. Fuel Pressure 6. One of each control relay 4. 2. and I/O) 2. Local E-stop Position 12. One of each power transducer *Note to Spec. Local Engine Control Switch Position 11.26 SPARE PARTS A. 28 At a minimum. Battery Volts 2. Engine RPM 5. kVAR 8. Writer – Optional . Writer: The following Trending information is available when using a Caterpillar. C. B. 16. Pre-Alarm Status *Note to Spec. Engine Hour Meter 8.2. Provide a complete listing of available spares parts with O&M Documents.
23. Writer – Optional 30 Note to Spec. Individual Cylinder Temperature (where available) 2. Natural Gas engine. Writer – Optional . with ADEM II or III. Right Air Filter Differential Pressure Right Turbo Pressure Left Turbo Pressure Boost Pressure Percent Engine Load *Note to Spec. Coolant Pressure 22. B series or higher. Pager notification 4. 22. Oil Pressure Differential 18. Notification will be triggered by user specified events and/or alarms. Air/Fuel Ratio 24. 17. Inlet Air Flow 27. Web-based EPS access shall employ high security to insure against unauthorized EPS access.30 EPS SITE MONITORING A. Email notification A. This service shall be capable of monitoring and controlling multiple EPS sites.28 29 REMOTE NOTIFICATION The system shall be optionally capable of providing several types of remote notification. 2. C.29 30 REMOTE ANNUNCIATION An NFPA compliant remote annunciator shall be provided by the EPSS. Inlet Air Temperature 26. Means of notification shall include: 1. 2. Writer: The following Trending information is available when using a Caterpillar. This monitoring service shall be Caterpillar PointGuard or equal. A. with no geographical limitation. Cellular Telephone 29Note to Spec. Unfiltered Oil Pressure 21. Fuel Temperature 23. Gas Flow 19. The EPS shall be provided with web-based site monitoring services. 2. Fax notification 3. 21. 24. Total Engine Hours 20.20. Inlet Air Pressure 25. The site monitoring service shall support the following means of communications: 1. B. Voice notification via cell phone or land lines.
Laser printer for historical reports b. Windows 2000 or Windows NT 10. Cable Modem 6. Virtual Private Network 5. B. C. B. Continuous monitoring for alarms 2. Satellite Communications 4. Writer – Select one . Network Interface Card 9. 19 inch SVGA Color Monitor 6. Automated alarm notification 3. 2.2. A PC based Remote Power 31[Monitoring][Monitoring and Control] System shall be provided to monitor breaker status. Intel Pentium CPU operating at 2 GHz 2. metering] and other information described previously in these specifications shall be available to the operator of the Remote System. 3. 20 GB Hard Drive 4. Writer: The following options apply to all PowerLynx products. Printers a. A PC workstation shall be provided by [owner][EPSS] for the Remote Power System with the following minimum features: 1.5 inch Floppy Disk Drive 5. The Remote System shall be designed such that its operation will not in any way impede the selected automatic operation of the System Control. Frame Relay D. The Remote System shall provide the identical screens and resolution at the Remote Screen as seen at the Switchgear HMI as noted above. All [control functions. C. metering and other operating parameters.31 REMOTE POWER MONITORING SYSTEM A. Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse 7. Landline Telephone 3. Site Control *Note to Spec. 56Kbps modem 8. alarms. Available services for the EPS shall include: 1. Any failure of the Remote System shall have no impact to the automatic operation of the System Control. Data gathering and management 4. Line printer for alarm and event reports/logs 31Note to Spec. displays metering][displays. 256 MB RAM 3. Report Generation 5. The Remote System shall communicate with the System Control via high speed network.
dirt.2 INSTALLATION A. The system shall allow interface from the user’s Building Management System. The equipment shall be installed and checked in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. fumes.01 EXECUTION FACTORY TESTING A. Protect from weather. and tested at the factory. and between opposite polarities. and physical damage. the complete switchboard will be tested for operation under simulated service conditions to assure the accuracy of the wiring and the functioning of all equipment. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of ANSI and NEMA standards. The wiring and control circuits shall be given a dielectric test of 1500 volts for one (1) minute between live parts and ground. B. 1. The Contractors shall install all equipment per the manufacturer’s instructions. B. D. 1. dry place. This shall include but not limited to: 32 Note to Spec. The cost of meals and incidental expenses shall be the owner’s responsibility. The switchboard shall be completely assembled. The manufacturer shall include the cost of transportation and lodging for up to three (3) owner’s representatives. wired. contract drawings and National Electrical Code. Store equipment in a clean. The manufacturer shall notify the owner two (2) weeks prior to the date the tests are to be performed. utilizing [MODBUS RTU] [MODBUS/TCP] Protocol. The manufacturer shall provide three (3) certified copies of factory test reports. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment provided under this section. C. adjusted. C. Interface to the user’s Building Management System shall be via [RS-232] [RS-485] [Ethernet] communications. The switchboard shall be completely and functionally tested in the manufacturer's facility prior to shipment. B.32 32 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTERFACE A.2. Writer – Optional . Factory tests as outlined above shall be witnessed by the owner’s representative. PART 3 3. 3. construction debris. The interface shall be designed such that the Building Management System or external user interface can in no way compromise the integrity or interfere with the critical operations of the EPS Control System. The main circuits shall be given a dielectric test of 2200 volts for one (1) minute between live parts and ground. For systems shipped in multiple sections. After assembly. 2. water. the switchboard shall be quality tested utilizing the plug-together wiring system which shall be unplugged prior to shipment and plugged together again when the equipment is installed in order to maintain the integrity of the manufacturer's quality assurance testing. C.
Securing assemblies to foundation or floor channels. 3.1. Verify and test all system alarms to HMI. The Contractor shall provide three (3) copies of the manufacturer’s field start-up report. Inspecting and installing all circuit breakers in their proper compartments. Crank and run engine/generators at the local engine control panel.03 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL AND STARTUP A. 5. Pre-startup inspection of the generator. 6. Test all modes of operation. Writer – Insert data in blanks . The manufacturer’s representative shall provide inspection of the final installation. 2. control wiring. power cables. and testing of the assembly and components contained therein. 7. 33 Note to Spec. Measuring and recording Megger readings phase-to-phase. Base of assembly shall be suitable for rolling directly on pipes without skids. C. 3. B. connections and adjustments. Assembling all shipping sections. Verify engine/generator alarms and shutdowns to HMI. 4. The manufacturer’s representative shall provide technical direction and assistance to the contractor in general assembly of the equipment.125 inches per three foot of distance in any direction. and switchboard/switchgear. D. Provide the services of a qualified factory-trained manufacturer’s representative for start-up of the equipment specified under this section for a period of 34____ working days. for removal of skids or insertion of equipment rollers. removing all shipping braces and connecting all shipping split mechanical and electrical connections. Crank and run engine/generators from the HMI touchscreen. Writer – Select one 34 Note to Spec. Checking to ensure that all bus bars are torqued to the manufacturer’s recommendations. The assembly shall be provided with adequate lifting means and shall be capable of being moved into installation position and bolted directly to 33[Contractor supplied floor sills to be set level in concrete per manufacturer’s recommendations] [the floor without the use of floor sills providing the floor is level to 1/8 inch per 3-foot distance in any direction]. 6. 8. and neutral-to-ground (four wire systems only). Provisions shall be made for jacking of shipping groups. 9. 4. 3. phase-to-ground. Functional Testing shall include testing of the following as a minimum: 1. DC system. The manufacturer’s representative shall perform site start-up and functional checkout of the Switchboard. The base shall be equipped with slots in the base frame members to accommodate the use of pry bars for moving the equipment to its final position. 5. 2. test with EPS with Load. Checking to ensure that the pad location is level to within 0. Verify protective relay/breaker trip units are set to coordination study if applicable.
and major components within the assembly. Writer – Insert data in blanks . Recommended Preventive Maintenance C. B. Safeties and Protective Relaying 5. C.3. The training program shall also include instruction on the operation of the assembly. The Contractor shall perform field adjustments of the protective devices as required to place the equipment in final operating condition. The training session shall be conducted by a manufacturer’s qualified representative. B. Upon successful completion of a demonstration of the automated sequences of operation by the manufacturer and acceptance by the customer.04 TRAINING A. protective device evaluation study and protective device coordination study. Automatic Operation 3.05 FIELD ADJUSTMENTS A. 3. circuit breakers. The settings shall be in accordance with the approved short-circuit study. The Contractor shall provide a training session for up to five (5) owner’s representatives for 35 ____ normal workdays at a jobsite location determined by the owner. Manual Operation 4. the manufacturer shall provide an eighthour "hands-on" training course for the customer's operating personnel which shall cover the following topics: 1. 35 Note to Spec. retained by the Contractor. Necessary field settings of devices and adjustments and minor modifications to equipment to accomplish conformance with an approved short circuit and protective device coordination study shall be carried out by the Contractor at no additional cost to the owner. Recommended System Check Lists and Log Sheets 6. in accordance with settings designated in a coordinated study of the system as required elsewhere in the contract documents. Overall System Description and Theory of Operation 2. The relays shall be set in the field by a qualified representative of the Emergency Power System Supplier.