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ENCLOSURE DESIGN

HANDBOOK
1.1

Cristbal Guerrero
2014

Enclosure Design Handbook


A) Enclosure Denomination System:
Type

Array

Number
of
Motors
3

VFD
Brand

Drive
Option

Frame
Size

Voltage

NEMA
Rating

Size
of
Enclosure
9

1. - Type:
S = Standard Enclosure Model
C = Custom Enclosure Model

2. - Array:
SM = Single Motor
MM = Multiple Motors

3. - Number of Motors
Standard enclosures consider a maximum of 4 motors wired to a single VFD, above that number it will
become a custom enclosure model.

4. - VFD Brand
ABB = ABB
DAN = Danfoss
YAS = Yaskawa

5. - Drive Option
BD = Bare Drive Wired To Disconnect
BO = Bare Drive Without Disconnect
ID = Drive With Integral Disconnect

EM = Drive With Electromechanical Bypass by ELI


IB = Drive With Integrated Bypass.
RD = Drive With Redundant Circuit by ELI.
IR = Drives With Integrated Redundant Package.

6. Frame
Name of VFD frame size (e.g. ABB drives are named R1 thru R6)

7. - Voltage
Incoming nominal voltage for power: 460V, 230V, 208V.

8. - NEMA Rating
National Electrical Manufactures Association rating of electrical enclosures for protection against
designated environmental conditions (e.g. NEMA 3R).

9. - Size
Nominal size of the electrical enclosure (Wide x Height X Depth).

Example:
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R3-460V-3R-00Wx00Hx00D.
Standard enclosure with multiple motors (4), ABB Bare Drive with Disconnect R3 Frame, 460V, NEMA
3R.

Note: For multiple VFDs and common circuits in a single enclosure please refer to B) General
considerations under section 4 Estimating an enclosure size based in a standard enclosure.

B) General Considerations.
1. Electrical Schematics.
The panel layout will always be based of the electrical schematic, in order to determine how a panel will
be assembled, the electrical schematic has to be finished first, that is to accurately know the number of
devices, required clearance for objects and routing, in addition to this our software tool (Eplan Pro Panel)
bases all its routing logic of the schematic.

2. Compliance.
All of the panels made by energy labs must comply with the following:
UL 508A: UL Standard for Safety for Industrial Panels.
UL 1995: UL for Safety for Heating and Cooling Equipment.
NFPA 70 NEC 2014 (National Electrical Code 2014).

3. Device Placement.
3.1 Disconnects, circuit breakers and switches: a good place to start for the layout of an enclosure is
placing the disconnect means, standard sizes that ELI uses for disconnects switches (or breakers) are 100A,
250A, 400A, 800A, 1000A. By NEC article 110.26 (see internal standard CS-036-005 also) the requirement
for maximum height of working space is 6 ft (Figure 3.1.0).

Fig. 3.1.0 Maximum height of the switch handle.

When placing a disconnect inside a tall enclosure, or with large incoming cable gauges (1/0 AWG or 150A
and larger), the disconnect must be placed in the bottom of the enclosure, to facilitate wire handling and
avoid surpassing the maximum working height (Figure 3.1.1).

Fig. 3.1.1 Large fused disconnect placed near the bottom of the enclosure.

Note: If the vestibule or enclosure requires louvers on the door for ventilation and the disconnect has
been placed near the bottom, louvers must be placed on the upper front or side walls of the enclosure to
evade interfering with the placement of the shaft and handle mechanism (Figure 3.1.2).

Fig. 3.1.2 Louvers placed in the upper front on the door of an electrical compartment.

For regular enclosures circuit breakers or disconnect switches should be mounted to the right of and/or
above the corresponding regulator module in a position which minimizes cable or bus bar length and
bends. Switch or CB handles should mount on the right most cabinet door. CB power connections should
be on top or right side.
3.2 Fuses: The recommended mounting position for fuses is vertical. Power must be applied at the top
and load connected to the bottom of the fuse. If the fuse has to be mounted horizontally, power should
be applied to the left side of the fuse.
3.3 Contactors: Contactors should be grouped together and preferably mounted in a horizontal manner.
Number contactors left to right and top to bottom.
3.4 Motor Circuit Protectors and Overload Relays: MCPs should be grouped together, the recommended
position is horizontal, but they can be mounted in a vertical manner as well. Overload relays are usually
mounted directly beneath contactors, if not they must be place close as to avoid excessive cable length,
since both MCPs and OR are directly upstream of motors, they are typically mounted in the lowest part
or border of an enclosure.
3.5 Relays: Relays should be grouped together and mounted with sockets vertical. Common connections
at bottom or right side of coil. Number relays left to right and top to bottom.
3.6 Terminals: The preferred location for terminals is mounted in a vertical line on the left or right edge
of panel. Separate control signal voltages (below 50 VAC or DC) from other voltages. Leave a minimum
1.25 between terminal and wire way or nearest component. Leave a minimum of 3 between terminals
and cabinet walls. Consider using a bracket to elevate terminals above panel to avoid mixing voltages
(Class 1 from Class 2) and evade skirting connections thru raceways (Figure 3.4.0). Where possible, place
terminals between 36 and 72 from floor level and in no case less than 12 off the floor.

Figure 3.4.0 Rail placed above brackets.

3.7 Variable-speed drive (VFDs): Drives are placed commonly on the corners of an electrical panel, the
installation manual (provided by the drive manufacturer), specifies the required clearance of each frame,
this clearance is required for heat dissipation, servicing and troubleshooting purposes, even if the drive
does not require side or front clearance, for handling and service, there must be a provision of at least
1.5 to the sides, and 4 to the front (if the VFD is surface mounted on the machine, it must have a
clearance of at least 46).
3.8 Heavy Items: Transformers and other heavy objects should be mounted to panel with a bolt through
if weight is greater than 50 lbs. extremely heavy items (above 100 lbs.) may require additional bracing of
the sub panel. When mounting extremely heavy items (above 100 lbs.) use tapped holes with screws
run in from the back.
3.9 Cooling:

4. - Estimating an enclosure size based in a standard enclosure.


Appendix B contains standard enclosures models, based in the most common circuit configurations Energy
Labs offers.
When in need for a quick dimension of the area needed for an enclosure, pick a model that mostly
resembles the configuration needed, and elaborate on what components are going to be added to that
enclosure, below are some guidelines for common devices.
Control Circuits:
Relays and terminals are placed on rail in a vertical manner, adding an extra redundant or bypass circuit
to an enclosure, will increase its height by approximately 10.
Power Circuits:
Drives: VFDs are preferably placed side by side, they can be stacked, but in between them a deflector
must be added, evade this configuration to avoid overheating, when adding drives consider the width of
the frame of the drive plus the side clearance (1.5-2.5 for small drives, 2.5-3 for larger drives 40 HP and
above), and add the result to the width of the enclosure.
Fuses, contactors and motor circuit protectors, can add up to 5Wx5H per device, usually these
components will be place side by side, when adding an extra redundant or bypass circuit these
components space requirements must be added to the width and height of the enclosure.
Miscellaneous Circuits:
Lighting loads and service circuits, usually need extra components like transformers, terminals, fuses and
circuit breakers, these usually increase the height to the enclosure, to determine how much space is going
to be needed please consult the electrical department, as they do not have a standard value for the space
required.

Appendix A. Electrical Templates.


Electrical Templates are schematics that represent the most common arrays and options energy labs
offers to its clients, the electrical department created them to standardize labeling and representation of
components and devices, in addition electrical templates are created as macro projects (smart blocks)
which contain databases (place holder objects) that make the drafting process easier.
The current templates in use can be located on Eplan under project names:
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk

DESCRIPTION
MOTOR STARTER
MOTOR TO J-BOX
MOTOR TO DANFOSS VFD
MOTOR TO YASKAWA VFD
MOTOR TO ABB VFD
MOTOR TO DANFOSS VFD W/ BYPASS
MOTOR TO YASKAWA VFD W/ BYPASS
MOTOR TO ABB VFD W/ BYPASS
REDUNDANT DANFOSS SYSTEM
REDUNDANT YASKAWA SYSTEM
REDUNDANT ABB SYSTEM
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO DANFOSS VFD
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO YASKAWA VFD
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO ABB VFD
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO DANFOSS VFD WITH BYPASS
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO YASKAWA VFD WITH BYPASS
MULTIPLE MOTORS TO ABB VFD WITH BYPASS
REDUNDANT DANFOSS SYSTEM MULTIPLE MOTORS
REDUNDANT YASKAWA SYSTEM MULTIPLE MOTORS
REDUNDANT ABB SYSTEM MULTIPLE MOTORS

PROJECT NAME
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk
Electrical Templates II - 2014.elk

FILE HYPERLINK
MSET2014
MTJBET2014
MTDVET2014
MTYVET2014
MTAVET2014
MTDVEMBET2014
MTYVEMBET2014
MTAVEMBET2014
RDVSET2014
RYVSET2014
RAVSET2014
MMDVET2014
MMYVET2014
MMAVET2014
MMDVEMET2014
MMYVEMET2014
MMAVEMET2014
RDSMMET2014
RYSMMET2014
RASMMET2014

Appendix B. Standard Enclosures.


All enclosures were created using as a basis the largest load each VFD frame can handle, so in some cases
the enclosure can have smaller sizes, the last digits of the mounting panel 3D model indicate the required
dimensions. Enclosures models are contained inside the following Eplan projects:
ABB Standard Enclosures Part I.elk (ABB Drives to Single Motor Arrangements)
ABB Standard Enclosures Part II.elk (ABB Drives to Multiple 4 Motor Arrangements)
Danfoss Standard Enclosures Part I.elk (Danfoss Drives to Single Motor Arrangements)
Danfoss Standard Enclosures Part II.elk (Danfoss Drives to Multiple 4 Motor Arrangements)
Yaskawa Standard Enclosures Part I.elk (Yaskawa Drives to Single Motor Arrangements)
Yaskawa Standard Enclosures Part II.elk (Yaskawa Drives to Multiple 4 Motor Arrangements)
Note: Appendix D contains a quick reference guide for the frame sizes and ratings of each manufacturer.
For enclosures highlighted in yellow, an electrical compartment for large drives, devices and cable gauges
is preferred, consult with electrical engineering before applying them, it is recommended that anything
above 42Wx70H is turned in to a vestibule, doors for an enclosure or compartment should not exceed
42W and 72H.

ENCLOSURE
DESIGNATION
SSM1ABBBOR1
SSM1ABBBOR2
SSM1ABBBOR3
SSM1ABBBOR4
SSM1ABBBOR5
SSM1ABBBOR6
SSM1ABBBDR1
SSM1ABBBDR2
SSM1ABBBDR3
SSM1ABBBDR4
SSM1ABBBDR5
SSM1ABBBDR6
SSM1ABBEMR1
SSM1ABBEMR2
SSM1ABBEMR3
SSM1ABBEMR4
SSM1ABBEMR5
SSM1ABBEMR6
SSM1ABBRDR1
SSM1ABBRDR2
SSM1ABBRDR3

DESCRIPTION
ABB R1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R3 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R4 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R5 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R6 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
ABB R1 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R2 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R3 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R4 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R5 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R6 Bare Drive With Disconnect
ABB R1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R4 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R5 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R6 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
ABB R1 Drive With Redundant Circuit
ABB R2 Drive With Redundant Circuit
ABB R3 Drive With Redundant Circuit

MOUNTING PANEL
3D MODEL
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R1-XXXV-XX-12Wx32Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R2-XXXV-XX-12Wx36Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R3-XXXV-XX-16Wx40Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R4-XXXV-XX-16Wx44Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R5-XXXV-XX-18Wx46Hx16D
S-SM-1-ABB-BO-R6-XXXV-XX-28Wx56Hx20D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R1-XXXV-XX-22Wx32Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R2-XXXV-XX-22Wx36Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R3-XXXV-XX-26Wx40Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R4-XXXV-XX-28Wx44Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R5-XXXV-XX-32Wx46Hx16D
S-SM-1-ABB-BD-R6-XXXV-XX-48Wx72Hx20D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R1-XXXV-XX-22Wx50Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R2-XXXV-XX-24Wx54Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R3-XXXV-XX-30Wx58Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R4-XXXV-XX-36Wx66Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R5-XXXV-XX-40Wx68Hx16D
S-SM-1-ABB-EM-R6-XXXV-XX-52Wx78Hx20D
S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R1-XXXV-XX-28Wx54Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R2-XXXV-XX-28Wx58Hx12D
S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R3-XXXV-XX-38Wx64Hx14D

SSM1ABBRDR4
SSM1ABBRDR5
SSM1ABBRDR6
SSM1DANBOA2
SSM1DANBOA3
SSM1DANBOB1
SSM1DANBOB2
SSM1DANBOC1
SSM1DANBOC2
SSM1DANBDA2
SSM1DANBDA3
SSM1DANBDB1
SSM1DANBDB2
SSM1DANBDC1
SSM1DANBDC2
SSM1DANEMA2
SSM1DANEMA3
SSM1DANEMB1
SSM1DANEMB2
SSM1DANEMC1
SSM1DANEMC2
SSM1DANRDA2
SSM1DANRDA3
SSM1DANRDB1
SSM1DANRDB2
SSM1DANRDC1
SSM1DANRDC2
SSM1YASBOF1
SSM1YASBOF2
SSM1YASBOF3
SSM1YASBOF4
SSM1YASBOF5
SSM1YASBOF6
SSM1YASBDF1
SSM1YASBDF2
SSM1YASBDF3
SSM1YASBDF4
SSM1YASBDF5
SSM1YASBDF6
SSM1YASEMF1
SSM1YASEMF2
SSM1YASEMF3
SSM1YASEMF4
SSM1YASEMF5
SSM1YASEMF6
SSM1YASRDF1

ABB R4 Drive With Redundant Circuit


ABB R5 Drive With Redundant Circuit
ABB R6 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss A2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss A3 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss B1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss B2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss C1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss C2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Danfoss A2 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss A3 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss B1 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss B2 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss C1 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss C2 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Danfoss A2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss A3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss B1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss B2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss C1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss C2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Danfoss A2 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss A3 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss B1 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss B2 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss C1 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Danfoss C2 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Yaskawa F1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F3 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F4 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F5 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F6 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
Yaskawa F1 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F2 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F3 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F4 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F5 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F6 Bare Drive With Disconnect
Yaskawa F1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F4 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F5 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F6 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Yaskawa F1 Drive With Redundant Circuit

S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R4-XXXV-XX-40Wx68Hx14D
S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R5-XXXV-XX-40Wx80Hx16D
S-SM-1-ABB-RD-R6-XXXV-XX-50Wx88Hx20D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-A2-XXXV-XX-12Wx24Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-A3-XXXV-XX-14Wx24Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-B1-XXXV-XX-16Wx36Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-B2-XXXV-XX-16Wx44Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-C1-XXXV-XX-20Wx44Hx16D
S-SM-1-DAN-BO-C2-XXXV-XX-22Wx50Hx18D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-A2-XXXV-XX-20Wx26Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-A3-XXXV-XX-22Wx26Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-B1-XXXV-XX-28Wx36Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-B2-XXXV-XX-28Wx44Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-C1-XXXV-XX-34Wx44Hx16D
S-SM-1-DAN-BD-C2-XXXV-XX-44Wx50Hx18D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-A2-XXXV-XX-20Wx44Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-A3-XXXV-XX-22Wx44Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-B1-XXXV-XX-32Wx50Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-B2-XXXV-XX-32Wx58Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-C1-XXXV-XX-42Wx62Hx16D
S-SM-1-DAN-EM-C2-XXXV-XX-48Wx78Hx18D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-A2-XXXV-XX-26Wx46Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-A3-XXXV-XX-30Wx46Hx12D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-B1-XXXV-XX-42Wx60Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-B2-XXXV-XX-42Wx66Hx14D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-C1-XXXV-XX-52Wx68Hx16D
S-SM-1-DAN-RD-C2-XXXV-XX-56Wx86Hx18D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F1-XXXV-XX-12Wx26Hx12D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F2-XXXV-XX-12Wx28Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F3-XXXV-XX-14Wx30Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F4-XXXV-XX-18Wx34Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F5-XXXV-XX-20Wx40Hx16D
S-SM-1-YAS-BO-F6-XXXV-XX-28Wx50Hx20D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F1-XXXV-XX-22Wx26Hx12D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F2-XXXV-XX-22Wx28Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F3-XXXV-XX-30Wx30Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F4-XXXV-XX-32Wx36Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F5-XXXV-XX-38Wx44Hx16D
S-SM-1-YAS-BD-F6-XXXV-XX-44Wx64Hx20D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F1-XXXV-XX-22Wx44Hx12D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F2-XXXV-XX-24Wx46Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F3-XXXV-XX-30Wx48Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F4-XXXV-XX-38Wx56Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F5-XXXV-XX-42Wx64Hx16D
S-SM-1-YAS-EM-F6-XXXV-XX-54Wx76Hx20D
S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F1-XXXV-XX-28Wx48Hx12D

SSM1YASRDF2
SSM1YASRDF3
SSM1YASRDF4
SSM1YASRDF5
SSM1YASRDF6
SMM4ABBBOR1
SMM4ABBBOR2
SMM4ABBBOR3
SMM4ABBBOR4
SMM4ABBBOR5
SMM4ABBBOR6
SMM4ABBBDR1
SMM4ABBBDR2
SMM4ABBBDR3
SMM4ABBBDR4
SMM4ABBBDR5
SMM4ABBBDR6
SMM4ABBEMR1
SMM4ABBEMR2
SMM4ABBEMR3
SMM4ABBEMR4
SMM4ABBEMR5
SMM4ABBEMR6

SMM4ABBRDR1
SMM4ABBRDR2
SMM4ABBRDR3

Yaskawa F2 Drive With Redundant Circuit


Yaskawa F3 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Yaskawa F4 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Yaskawa F5 Drive With Redundant Circuit
Yaskawa F6 Drive With Redundant Circuit
ABB R1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R3 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R4 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R5 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R6 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R1 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R2 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R3 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R4 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R5 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R6 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
ABB R1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R4 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R5 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R6 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
ABB R1 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
ABB R2 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
ABB R3 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors

S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F2-XXXV-XX-28Wx52Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F3-XXXV-XX-36Wx54Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F4-XXXV-XX-44Wx60Hx14D
S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F5-XXXV-XX-46Wx72Hx16D
S-SM-1-YAS-RD-F6-XXXV-XX-54Wx82Hx20D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R1-XXXV-XX14Wx42Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R2-XXXV-XX14Wx48Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R3-XXXV-XX16Wx56Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R4-XXXV-XX16Wx74Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R5-XXXV-XX34Wx48Hx16D
S-MM-4-ABB-BO-R6-XXXV-XX22Wx92Hx20D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R1-XXXV-XX-24Wx36Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R2-XXXV-XX-24Wx38Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R3-XXXV-XX-28Wx44Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R4-XXXV-XX-30Wx72Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R5-XXXV-XX-32Wx76Hx16D
S-MM-4-ABB-BD-R6-XXXV-XX-48Wx92Hx20D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R1-XXXV-XX24Wx52Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R2-XXXV-XX24Wx54Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R3-XXXV-XX30Wx58Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R4-XXXV-XX36Wx78Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R5-XXXV-XX42Wx72Hx16D
S-MM-4-ABB-EM-R6-XXXV-XX52Wx88Hx20D
S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R1-XXXV-XX-28Wx54Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R2-XXXV-XX-30Wx58Hx12D
S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R3-XXXV-XX-40Wx64Hx14D

SMM4ABBRDR4
SMM4ABBRDR5
SMM4ABBRDR6
SMM4DANBOA2
SMM4DANBOA3
SMM4DANBOB1
SMM4DANBOB2
SMM4DANBOC1
SMM4DANBOC2
SMM4DANBDA2
SMM4DANBDA3
SMM4DANBDB1
SMM4DANBDB2
SMM4DANBDC1
SMM4DANBDC2
SMM4DANEMA2
SMM4DANEMA3
SMM4DANEMB1
SMM4DANEMB2
SMM4DANEMC1
SMM4DANEMC2
SMM4DANRDA2
SMM4DANRDA3

ABB R4 Drive With Redundant Circuit &


Multiple Motors
ABB R5 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
ABB R6 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss A3 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss B1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss B2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss C1 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss C2 Bare Drive With Out Disconnect
& Multiple Motors
Danfoss A2 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A3 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss B1 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss B2 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C1 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C2 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss B1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss B2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A2 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss A3 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors

S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R4-XXXV-XX-40Wx82Hx14D
S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R5-XXXV-XX-40Wx92Hx16D
S-MM-4-ABB-RD-R6-XXXV-XX50Wx110Hx20D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-A2-XXXV-XX16Wx36Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-A3-XXXV-XX16Wx36Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-B1-XXXV-XX16Wx48Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-B2-XXXV-XX18Wx58Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-C1-XXXV-XX34Wx48Hx16D
S-MM-4-DAN-BO-C2-XXXV-XX38Wx52Hx18D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-A2-XXXV-XX22Wx34Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-A3-XXXV-XX24Wx34Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-B1-XXXV-XX30Wx40Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-B2-XXXV-XX30Wx44Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-C1-XXXV-XX34Wx72Hx16D
S-MM-4-DAN-BD-C2-XXXV-XX38Wx84Hx18D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-A2-XXXV-XX22Wx52Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-A3-XXXV-XX24Wx52Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-B1-XXXV-XX32Wx52Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-B2-XXXV-XX32Wx68Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-C1-XXXV-XX46Wx72Hx16D
S-MM-4-DAN-EM-C2-XXXV-XX54Wx88Hx18D
S-MM-4-DAN-RD-A2-XXXV-XX26Wx46Hx12D
S-MM-4-DAN-RD-A3-XXXV-XX30Wx46Hx12D

SMM4DANRDB1
SMM4DANRDB2
SMM4DANRDC1
SMM4DANRDC2

SMM4YASBOF1
SMM4YASBOF2
SMM4YASBOF3
SMM4YASBOF4
SMM4YASBOF5
SMM4YASBOF6
SMM4YASBDF1
SMM4YASBDF2
SMM4YASBDF3
SMM4YASBDF4
SMM4YASBDF5
SMM4YASBDF6
SMM4YASEMF1
SMM4YASEMF2
SMM4YASEMF3
SMM4YASEMF4
SMM4YASEMF5
SMM4YASEMF6
SMM4YASRDF1

Danfoss B1 Drive With Redundant Circuit &


Multiple Motors
Danfoss B2 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C1 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Danfoss C2 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F1 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F2 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F3 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F4 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F5 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F6 Bare Drive With Out
Disconnect & Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F1 Bare Drive With Disconnect&
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F2 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F3 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F4 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F5 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F6 Bare Drive With Disconnect &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F1 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F2 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F3 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F4 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F5 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F6 Drive With EM Bypass By ELI
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F1 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors

S-MM-4-DAN-RD-B1-XXXV-XX42Wx60Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-RD-B2-XXXV-XX42Wx66Hx14D
S-MM-4-DAN-RD-C1-XXXV-XX46Wx86Hx16D
S-MM-4-DAN-RD-C2-XXXV-XX56Wx104Hx18D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F1-XXXV-XX-14Wx36Hx12D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F2-XXXV-XX-14Wx42Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F3-XXXV-XX-16Wx46Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F4-XXXV-XX-34Wx38Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F5-XXXV-XX-40Wx42Hx16D
S-MM-4-YAS-BO-F6-XXXV-XX-24Wx86Hx20D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F1-XXXV-XX-22Wx36Hx12D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F2-XXXV-XX-22Wx38Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F3-XXXV-XX-30Wx42Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F4-XXXV-XX-34Wx58Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F5-XXXV-XX-38Wx70Hx16D
S-MM-4-YAS-BD-F6-XXXV-XX-44Wx86Hx20D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F1-XXXV-XX-24Wx52Hx12D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F2-XXXV-XX-26Wx58Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F3-XXXV-XX-30Wx56Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F4-XXXV-XX-42Wx66Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F5-XXXV-XX-42Wx76Hx16D
S-MM-4-YAS-EM-F6-XXXV-XX-54Wx86Hx20D
S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F1-XXXV-XX-28Wx48Hx12D

SMM4YASRDF2
SMM4YASRDF3
SMM4YASRDF4
SMM4YASRDF5
SMM4YASRDF6

Yaskawa F2 Drive With Redundant Circuit &


Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F3 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F4 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F5 Drive With Redundant Circuit&
Multiple Motors
Yaskawa F6 Drive With Redundant Circuit &
Multiple Motors

S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F2-XXXV-XX-30Wx52Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F3-XXXV-XX-38Wx54Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F4-XXXV-XX-44Wx76Hx14D
S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F5-XXXV-XX-46Wx86Hx16D
S-MM-4-YAS-RD-F6-XXXV-XX54Wx102Hx20D

Special Devices Enclosures.


ENCLOSURE
DESIGNATION

DESCRIPTION
Ebtron Transmitter with Cover
Ebtron Transmitter without Cover

MOUNTING PANEL
3D MODEL
14Wx24Hx6D
14Wx16Hx6D

Appendix C. Parts Management (3D Macros) for Eplan Pro Panel.


For implementing the 3D design of enclosures, parts had to be uploaded to Eplan Pro Panel, these parts
are called Macros and they are created in macro projects, the following table shows a brief list (with
the name) of the projects, and what kind of devices were created in those projects.
PROJECT NAME
ABB Drive Macros
Circuit Breakers And Switches Macros
Contactor Macros
Danfoss VFDs Macros
Fuses Macros
Miniature Circuit Breakers
Motor Circuit Protectors Macros
Overload Relay Macros
PDB Macros
Pilot Devices Macros
Relay Macros
Terminal Macros
Transformer Macros
Yaskawa VFDS Macros

DESCRIPTION
ABB Drives Frames R1 thru R6.
Molded Case Circuit Breakers, Automated Molded Case
Switches and Other Disconnect Means.
Contactors and Accessories.
Danfoss Drives Frames A2 thru C2.
Fuses, Fuse Covers & Fuse Blocks.
Miniature Circuit Breakers & Protectors.
MCPs and Accessories.
Overload Relays And Accessories.
Power Distribution Blocks.
Pilot Lights, Switches, Buttons, Selectors.
Relays and Accessories.
Terminals and Accessories.
Control and Power Transformers.
Yaskawa Drives Frame 1 thru 6.

Appendix D. Drive Frame Sizes By Manufacturer

Appendix E. Enclosure Formulas.


Legend
c = Clearance
w = Width
h = Height
d = Depth
VFD = Variable Frequency Drive
K = Contactor
R = Relay (Coil and Soquet)
F = Fuse (Complete Assembly, Fuse Block, Fuse Covers, Fuses)