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Form assistant for inquiry and order specifications

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Table of contents

Table of contents
1

Information relating to working with MR ordering details in Excel ............. 11

1.1

Opening the Excel file............................................................................ 11

1.2

Using the form assistant ........................................................................ 12

1.3

Indication of changed features/functions................................................ 13

2

General data relating to the inquiry or order ................................................. 15

2.1

Project data ........................................................................................... 15

2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3

Customer data .................................................................................................... 16
Previous delivery................................................................................................. 16
MR data............................................................................................................... 16

2.2

Scope of order ....................................................................................... 17

2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3

Number of transformers ...................................................................................... 17
Selection and quantity of components to be ordered per SET ........................... 17
Examples (selection of components) .................................................................. 18

2.3

Transformer application ......................................................................... 20

2.4

Special transformer design .................................................................... 23

2.5

Documentation ...................................................................................... 24

2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3

Language of operating instructions ..................................................................... 24
Language of signs ............................................................................................... 24
Connection diagram language ............................................................................ 24

2.6

General data.......................................................................................... 26

2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
2.6.4

Color of painted parts .......................................................................................... 26
Transformer's environment ................................................................................. 26
Ambient temperature .......................................................................................... 26
Insulating medium (transformer/on-load tap-changer) ....................................... 28

2.7

Remarks/accessories ............................................................................ 29

2.7.1

TAPMODELLER®............................................................................................... 29

3

Transformer data .............................................................................................. 31

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........................................ 43 4...................................3 On-load tap-changer head ............Table of contents 3......................................1 3.............5 3................3...................................................3....................................................................1 4......................... 35 Recovery voltage ....................1 4................................................1.......... 38 3.............. 34 Regulated voltage ................................................................................................................................................ 31 Number of phases for transformer(s) ................. 48 Flange for pressure relief device .......................3 Test and operating voltages .........8 3..............2...................................................... 34 Regulating range ...........4 Head variants ............. 34 Number of steps ..................... 43 Definition of "Raise" switching direction ...3 3................1 General transformer data .................................... 35 Step voltage in the phase .......................................................................1......................4 3......................................................1 Type of on-load tap-changer ........................................................................................3..................2........... 34 3.................1 3. 44 4.................9 3........ OILTAP®) .1......................................................................... 33 3..............................5 3.....................................................................2..........6 3................2.1 3........ 35 Tie-in measures ......... 41 Number of steps and basic connection diagram ... 36 Coarse/tapped winding ....2 Designation of on-load tap-changer operating positions ................................... 38 Voltage stress during transformer testing and in operation ...............2 Tap-changer/off-circuit tap-changer configuration ..................1....... 43 4................7 3....................................................1.........................................2....2..................................................................2 On-load tap-changer designations ........................1.....................2 3..........................................3.. 42 4............................................................... 41 4................3 3..........4 3.....3........................................ 38 4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®............................. 31 3...........3 4.............................................. 49 4 inquiry_orderspecifications © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .....................................................2.......................................... 44 Groove for o-ring in on-load tap-changer head/sealing medium ..... 41 4................... 32 Frequency ..........................................................2............1...................................2.... 32 Rated power of transformer (bank) ..................................................................................... 32 Overload .....................................2.....2 Test voltages ............................................................... 34 Induction ....2 3... 33 Peak withstand current/short-time withstand current and short-circuit duration ...............................................................2 Operating positions (contact designations/position designations) ......1...................2...1 4...............3......................... 48 Bell-type tank flange ..................... 37 3.... 35 Maximum tapping current .........6 Transformer type ...................2...10 Arrangement of tap winding ...........................2 4...................................................

..........4.................................. 59 Bridges for parallel connection of tap selector planes .......................3 5................................................................................................. 53 4....................................4............................................................4...................3 Terminal type ....................................................................................2 5.............................2 5.............................................1.....4.........................1 General data for motor-drive unit ..... 71 Base plate/cover variants.........................................................1.........................3.............2 Screening caps ................ 68 Connection diagram version .............7 Protective relay ........3 5. 51 Temperature sensor ......................................4......3............................................................................2 5.................... 67 Protective housing accessories (optional) .........................................3 4...2.................................................. 57 Vertical protection against accidental contact.......................................2 Documentation .....................................2... 73 Additional terminals .... upper gear unit .............................. 65 5.........3............ 59 Drive shaft monitoring/tap-change supervisory control .................................3 Connection diagram representation .... 60 5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED ............. 53 4....2 4...............................................................1 5..................................................................................................... 68 5...1 5.Table of contents 4..................4 Electric version ..................................... 68 5........................3..4............................................................ 65 Motor-drive unit runtime per cycle ......................3..........................................................................................5 Tap selector............. 67 5...5.............1 4..............4.. 66 Electronic devices in the motor-drive unit ................................................2 5...................................................................................... 71 5.......................................4 Drive shaft ...........1.................................................................1. 54 Vertical drive shaft ............... 69 Door lock ............................6 4..................................................2.......3 Mechanical version ..........4 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output......... 74 Wire material ......................................................1 5.....................................6 Remarks/accessories ............. 59 4......4 5.............................1..................................................................................................... 74 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .......................................1 5......................................................... 59 4....................................3......................................................... 65 Protective housing .................. 59 4......4 Door hinges ................................5 4.................................................................................. 68 Connection diagram standard ...................................5..... 65 5.....................5 Operator standard ....................... 49 Pipe connections ........................ 73 5............1 4...................... 69 Door opening angle and door arrestor .............. 69 5.........3...........

.. 83 Electric active contact (directional) ....................................................................2 5........................ 84 6 inquiry_orderspecifications © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 ..........5 Overvoltage compatibility..............................8........5.....8.................5 Supply circuit (motor) ..................................2 5................................................ 79 Local/remote/auto switch (3 positions) with signaling levels ...................................................... 77 Voltage monitoring .............................1 5............................................................................4.........................6 Control circuit ...................8.........6........................................................................................................................................................10 5...............Table of contents 5...................................11 Limit position signal switch ..........................3 5.......................................................................................................................8............................. 76 Main switch (for all circuits).............. 78 Control circuit fusing .....8 5...............8 Control current circuit supply .......................... 83 Socket incl....7....................... 82 Mechanical active contact (non-directional) .. 79 Voltage monitoring ................................................................................. 83 Directional switch .......5 Designation sleeves/version .................................. 75 5......................................6.................................................................................5................7 5.....................................................................4 5................................................................................................................... 82 Signal for incomplete cycle ................................6............................... 79 Connected relay..9 Position indicator module .. 77 Main switch...........2 5.........................................................5........................3 5.........................7.. 77 5..................... 80 5.....7 5.............. 84 5............6....................... 80 Automatic passage .......5................... circuit breaker/residual current switch ...................................................... 81 Current measuring relay for monitoring ..................................................................7....... 82 Active power measurement (motor) .......................................................7 Heating .8.....................4 5....8........................1 5.................7.......................8...... 82 Motor protective switch signal ............6.................5 5........8.6............1 5.......................................9 5........................ 76 5..................................................... 78 5...8...... signaling level .....4 5.. 75 Accessories for electric version (optional) .6............................................3 5..................... 82 Signal switch for hand crank operation ..................................................................................................3 5..............8......................................................... 79 Additional input terminals for “without step-by step switch”........ 83 Accessories for signals/auxiliary circuit (optional) ........ 81 5...................8.................4 5......................................6 5.......................6 5..........1 5...................... 81 Heating accessories (optional) .............5 5.......................8 Signals/auxiliary circuit ......... 79 Local/remote switch (2 positions) with signaling levels ..............6...... 82 Mechanical active contact (directional) ...5................... 76 Supply voltage ....4 Heating circuit supply......4............ 80 5........ 80 Heating circuit fusing .2 5..... 81 5................................................

............2 Operating positions....................................................................................... 103 Oil column between conservator and gear unit ...........1............................................................................8 Resistance model with up to 35 positions ......... 10 A (MBB) ...............................4.................................................... 89 6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type .................................1 6........6 Additional transformer data.......................................................1. 85 4-20mA measuring transducer ............3 6........................ 107 7.. 100 6...............2 7...........3 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output...................................... 89 Position indicator equipment accessories (optional) .............................................. 100 Groove for o-ring in off-circuit tap-changer head/gasket ..Table of contents 5......................... 107 7....................................................................... 96 Vertical drive shaft (values apply to drive via TAPMOTION® DD) ..1 6.................... 94 6...... 94 6...2 6.........................................................1 6..........9..6 5.....................1 5........................................................9.......................1 7..........................3 Mechanical version .4 Off-circuit tap-changer installation type .......................................2 6............................................................9.3 Connection diagram representation ... 100 6.........................9................................................. 108 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 ........2 Designation of off-circuit tap-changer operating positions............................3 Type of driving ............................ 105 7 TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive) ............................ 98 Vertical protection against accidental contact.........................................9........... 87 Coded position indicator module .......... upper gear unit ..........................................5..............2 5................................................................................ 86 NO contact version without break.......1 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type ........................4 Drive shaft ..............5.....................................................................9....................... 88 Synchronous rotary encoder ............9............... 105 6.........2.............................................................2.....1..........................................................................................5 5........................5............ 92 6. 86 NO contact version with/without break (BBM/MBB) .................. 107 7. 107 Connection diagram standard .......... 103 Parallel bridges ....................................................................2 Operating positions................5 Design . 95 6.................9............ 108 7.4................7 5..4............ 96 6................. 91 6........................................ 107 Connection diagram version ....................................4 5...........1 Documentation ...................................5.......3 5.............. 87 NO contact version for bridged positions .. 94 Definition of "Raise" switching direction ......

..................1 7........2 7.. 112 8 COMTAP® ARS .........................3..Table of contents 7...............................1 7....................................4.6................................................. 124 9...............2 8.............................................................1 COMTAP® ARS type designation ........................3...................................4 Design / ARS head.....3 Drive shaft ............................................................... 111 7..................... 124 Replacement filter ........................4................................................... 116 Vertical drive shaft ............................3 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output.......................1 7.........3 7.....................................................4 Lock removal signal ...................2.......................................................5.............2 Drive .......... 122 9 Oil filter unit OF100....................................................... 109 Model with oscillation damping .. 115 8......................1 8. 119 8............... 118 Vertical protection against accidental contact ...............................................................................................................................3.................................. 123 9........................... 109 Base plate ... 109 7.1 8..2.... 125 8 inquiry_orderspecifications © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 ...........5 Electric version .....................3 9................ 121 Oil column between conservator and upper gear unit ..............................................4......................................................1 9................................ 111 Coded position indicator module .... 109 7............ 115 8....................................................................................................................5................................ 125 Thermal switch (signal emission TMedium > 25 °C) ..........1 General ... 110 7..................................................................2 Terminal type ...................3.................. 113 8.......................... 110 7.......................... 124 Filter type ....................2 9............................................. 120 8.6........3 Resistance-type position indicator module ....................................................................................2 8.............................................................................................................................................. 123 9.4 Padlock ................. 120 Groove for o-ring in ARS head/sealing medium .................................................................................................. 108 End position block ....................... 111 NO contact version with/without break (BBM/MBB) ......................... 114 8..........................................3...6........................................................................................2 Mechanical version ...............4 Number of pumps ...3 COMTAP® ARS installation type ......................................................................6 Position indicator module ............................. 110 Heater ..........................3........................2 7.............................................3...............................................................2........ upper gear unit ............2.

131 9.......3 Terminal type ..1 9...................................................5.......................1 Indicator instruments ..........................7............................................................................. 130 9...............6 9................................................3 Control circuit supply voltage .....................................3 Lamp panel/light and control unit panel ........................................... 130 Potential-free overpressure signal ....................................................................................................................................................................... 135 10.............................................................................................................. 132 9.................... 128 9.....3..............2 Connection diagram standard ........ 135 Signaling device ........................................................5 Control circuit ....... 136 10............................... 128 9..............6 Heating ..2 Dimensions .......................................................................... 137 10........................4.........................................2 9.............................................................. 138 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .................................................1 10.......2 9........ 127 9......................................................2 Indication following the Selsyn procedure ....................................................1 9................ 135 10.................... 138 Structure of lamp panel ..................................................................................... 127 Connection diagram version ....... 130 Heating current circuit fusing ................................................................ 128 Motor protective switch signal ................................1..................................................................................................................................3...............2 Supply voltage ...2.............2.........2 Motor supply voltage ......... 136 10.....................................1 10............................................... 127 9.............................6....................................Table of contents 9..........1 9.....................3 Documentation ..6....... 126 "RLA" pipe connection for suction pipe connection on OLTC head ..1 9........................ 127 9...................... 130 9..... 128 9.....................7.......7 Continuous operation below 0° Celsius (thermostat for operation T Medium < 0 °C) 125 Control location ............................. 131 Wire material ..............2 Type of contact series .................3..................................................................... 129 Control circuit fusing ...............5.......2.........................................7...............................5 9............................ 130 9.4.................... 133 10 Display instruments........................1 9....................4 Supply circuit ...................8 Remarks/accessories ...............................7 Electric version ...5........................................................3............................1................. 132 Designation sleeves/version ......................

............................... 139 10.......5............................................................................................................................ 143 10 inquiry_orderspecifications © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .........................5 Digital display ..........4 Pushbutton plate .......................... 139 10..............................5..........................................................................................................1 10............................ 140 Signaling device ..5.2 10................................Table of contents 10.................................................................... 141 11 MR worldwide .... 141 Connecting cable ....................................3 Code ...............................................

Changes and/or reason for change The date is also created automatically Name of processor Please always complete the tracking of changes in full! Figure 2 Title block for history of changes © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 11 . date and name. If you have any more questions. changes. 1.1 Opening the Excel file When you open the Excel file. contacts are listed in chapter 11 on page 143. you are asked to provide details for tracking changes.1 Information relating to working with MR ordering details in Excel 1 Information relating to working with MR ordering details in Excel This chapter describes how to use MR ordering details in terms of tracking changes and how to use the form assistant. Figure 1 Request for confirmation These details include the index.

form assistant): Figure 3 Error message After confirming the error message. state the directories: Figure 4 Prompt to enter details After confirming with "OK".2 Using the form assistant When using the form assistant. you are firstly asked to enter the file directories (PDF viewer. This error message will appear again if the one of files can still not be found.1 Information relating to working with MR ordering details in Excel 1. 12 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . again click on the link to the form assistant.

1 Information relating to working with MR ordering details in Excel 1.3 Indication of changed features/functions In order to highlight the changes undertaken in color. the feature and/or function must first be changed and the current index status then entered in the right-hand column provided for this purpose. Figure 5 Example of history of changes © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 13 .

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b) Order specification In the event of a concrete order specification. 2. the transformer data already known should be provided.1 Project data Figure 7 Project data General details about the inquiry or order are provided in this area. please complete the order details sheets as per this form assistant.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2 General data relating to the inquiry or order Figure 6 Header data Please state whether you are dealing with an inquiry or order: a) Inquiry specification In the event of a inquiry specification at the offer stage. These details are automatically transferred to the other spreadsheets in the inquiry/order specification: © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 15 .

16 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . This is automatically transferred to the other spreadsheets.1. This is automatically transferred to the other spreadsheets.2 Previous delivery If there is a reference delivery to which you want to make reference. c) Commission number of MR customer The MR customer can enter his commission number here. This data is automatically transferred to the other spreadsheets. you can enter the MR offer number. can be entered here e) Transformer manufacturer The transformer manufacturer (possibly identical to MR customer) can be entered here f) Operator and country of installation The transformer operator (possibly identical to MR customer) and country of transformer installation should be entered here 2. please enter the MR order number and/or MR serial number of the previous delivery under this point.g. The name of the project and/or a project no. Exceptions: If working on an order for which there is an MR offer. If the reference only applies to individual components in a inquiry or order (e. you can enter the MR order number if you already know it. just the on-load tap-changer or only the motor-drive unit) or if minor changes to the previous delivery are wanted. MR then produces an identical product configuration for you.1 Customer data a) MR customer The person placing the order or making the inquiry should be entered here b) Inquiry/order number of MR customer The MR customer can enter his inquiry or order number here. Note: Reference to a particular motor-drive unit connection diagram number can be entered directly in the "Motor-drive unit data" order details sheet. this should be indicated under "Remarks".1. d) Project/project no.1.3 MR data This data is completed by MR. Likewise. 2.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2.

3).2.2.2 Scope of order Figure 8 Scope of order 2.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2.) 2.2. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 17 . here you can enter the number of transformers.3).1 Number of transformers So that you only have to complete one inquiry/order specification for an inquiry or order comprising for example several identical transformers (see example c) under 2.2. The "General data" and "Transformer data" order details sheets and the order details sheets for the components desired should be completed for each SET (see examples under 2.2 Selection and quantity of components to be ordered per SET Here the components should be selected and the quantity required entered for every SET (on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer with drive and any accessories needed) to be ordered. (This box serves as a multiplier for the quantities of individual components to be entered below.

"Transformer data". number of motor-drive units = 1. "Motor-drive unit data" and "Voltage regulator TAPCON®230" order details sheets should be completed for the order b) Three on-load tap-changers OILTAP® M I 500. a motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED-100L and a voltage regulator TAPCON® 230 are to be ordered for a transformer: Number of transformers = 1. "Transformer data". number of motor-drive units = 1 The "General data". number of on-load tap-changers = 1.g. VACUTAP® VR III 700. number of motor-drive units = 1. "On-load tap-changer data". "Transformer data".2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. number of off-circuit tap-changers = 1. number of on-load tap-changers = 3. "Transformer data".2. e. "Off-circuit tap-changer data" for type DEETAP®DU and "Manual drive data" order details sheets should be completed for the order d) One on-load tap-changer VACUTAP VM I 351 and one motor-drive unit ED-100S are each to be ordered for three single-phase transformers in a bank of transformers: Number of transformers = 3. one motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED-200L and three oil filter units OF 100 are to be ordered for a transformer: Number of transformers = 1. "On-load tap-changer data" and "Motor-drive unit data" order details sheets should be completed for the order 18 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . "On-load tap-changer data". number of oil filter units OF100 = 3 The "General data". number of on-load tap-changers = 1. "Motor-drive unit data" and "Oil filter/oil cooling unit" order details sheets should be completed for the order c) One off-circuit tap-changer DEETAP® DU III 1000 and one manual drive TAPMOTION® DD are each to be ordered for two identical transformers: Number of transformers = 2. number of manual drives = 1 The "General data".3 Examples (selection of components) a) An on-load tap-changer. number of voltage regulators TAPCON®230 = 1 The "General data".

any details required are requested on the "Off-circuit tap-changer data" order details sheet for the DEETAP®AR type © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 19 .2 General data relating to the inquiry or order e) If the three on-load tap-changers from example d) are to be driven with a joint motor-drive unit. "On-load tap-changer data" and "Motor-drive unit data" order details sheets should be completed for SET 1 The "General data". "Off-circuit tap-changer data" for type DEETAP®DU and "Manual drive data" order details sheets should be completed for SET 2 g) Three off-circuit tap-changers DEETAP® AR I 1000 and three manual drives TAPMOTION® DD-S are to be ordered for a transformer: Number of transformers = 1. number of motor-drive units = 1 For SET 2: Number of transformers = 1. number of on-load tap-changers = 1. "On-load tap-changer data" and "Motor-drive unit data" order details sheets should be completed for the order. number of on-load tap-changers = 3. number of manual drives = 1 The "General data". f) An on-load tap-changer OILTAP® R III 1200 with a motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED-100L and an off-circuit tap-changer DEETAP® DU III 600 with a manual drive TAPMOTION® DD are to be ordered for a transformer: For SET 1: Number of transformers = 1. "Transformer data". "Transformer data". number of off-circuit tap-changers = 1. the components for the bank of transformers should be viewed as a SET: Number of transformers = 1. a sketch of the mechanical link between the on-load tap-changer gear units should also be enclosed. "Transformer data" and "Off-circuit tap-changer data" for type DEETAP®AR order details sheets should be completed for the order Note: There is no need to complete a separate order details sheet for manual drive TAPMOTION® DD-S. number of motor-drive units = 1 The "General data". number of off-circuit tap-changers = 3 The "General data". "Transformer data".

this should be stated.3 Transformer application Figure 9 Transformer application Depending on the transformer application.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. d) HVDC transmission The following details are needed for HVDC transmission applications (both for rectifier operations with thyristors and IGBTs): Rate of current rise di/dt in current zero crossing. a sketch of the circuit and details of all relative short-circuit voltages (in relation to mains power). 20 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . with reference to a transformer arm Overload factor The winding arrangement should be attached  In the case of rectifier operations with two 2-winder transformers. c) Phase shifter For phase shifter transformers. Such data is listed below for particular applications: a) Network application No additional data is needed for network applications. If greater overexcitation is possible. information in addition to the details provided in the "Transformer data" order details sheet is required to produce an optimum on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer.12 (10 % overexcitation). b) Generator application MR on-load tap-changers satisfy the requirements of IEC 60076-1 (5 % overexcitation) and ANSI IEEE C57. the winding arrangements of both transformers should be attached. the overload factor required. the phase angle (under rated load and when idling) and all turn numbers are needed. This additional information can be entered under "Remarks" or provided as an attachment.

in the case of variable induction.5. f) Furnace application In the event of furnace applications. In the case of variable induction. The overload factor should be stated if it is greater than 2. state whether the maximum ambient temperature is 40°C according to IEC 60076-1 or deviates from this e) Electrolysis and rectifier transformer application For electrolysis and rectifier transformer applications. points 3. An extra table showing voltage.3 and 3. a sketch of the circuit should be attached along with details of all turn numbers.2. on-load tap-changer movement from one end of its regulating range to the other) is expected.2. the following information should be provided:  The maximum transformer oil temperature assumed (top oil layer)  Definition of specific switching frequency requirement (possibly in the form of a separate table): - How many tap changes should be possible in what time and with pauses of what length between them? How often must it be possible for the stated switching sequence to be repeated after one cycle? - The assumed average current through the on-load tap-changer during a switching sequence (overloads may have to be taken into account) - The assumed average step voltage (if not constant over the regulating range) during a switching sequence If a cooling measure is needed for the on-load tap-changer oil (oil radiator with free air convention).2.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order If uninterrupted tap-changer actuation above and beyond one half switching cycle (in the sense of IEC 60214-1. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 21 .5 should be noted and in the case of multiple coarse tap connection.2.5 should be taken into account. state whether you are working with a ladle furnace operation (LF) or electric arc furnace operation (EAF).10. point 3. current and turn numbers for each position should also be attached for intermediate circuit operations. point 3.

current. j) Other If your case relates to an application not stated here. impedance and turn numbers for each position should also be attached. For test transformers which are to be used with short-circuit tests. With a standard reactor.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order g) Reactor application For reactor applications. i) Test transformers The types of tests for which the transformer is used are decisive to selecting the on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer for test transformers. in addition to details of the short-circuit current. h) Railway application Details of overload (loading class according to EN50329 or a load profile) and short-circuit behavior (both the short-circuit current and the frequency of short-circuits per month) are needed for rail transformers. state whether you are working with a standard or compensation reactor. 22 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . the overload factor should be stated if it is greater than 2. An extra table showing voltage. details of the frequency of short-circuits per month are also important. this should be stated on the "On-load tap-changer data" order details sheet under "Remarks".5. please enter it. You should always state which frequencies arise (less than 50 Hz or more than 60 Hz). If an on-load tap-changer with open neutral point is to be used with a compensation reactor (only possible with OILTAP®M).

5 times the rated current.4 Special transformer design Figure 10 Special transformer design In addition to the application. no further details are needed. protective relay RS2001-Ex and drive shaft-Ex. b) Sealed transformer For the sealed transformer with gas cushion in the transformer tank. details of special transformer designs can be provided here. VACUTAP®VR-Ex. e) Other special transformer designs Details of other special transformer designs can be provided here © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 23 . the type of ignition protection and if necessary the device category. c) Off-shore application The paintwork for the off-shore application complies with corrosiveness category C5-M (very strong/marine) according to EN ISO 12944-2 (this corresponds to the "Aggressive environment" selection under the "Transformer environment" point). With motor-drive unit TAPMOTION®ED-Ex. d) Explosion-proof transformer Information on this can be taken from the operating instructions for the explosion-proof transformer of the respective products. TAPMOTION®ED-Ex. the temperature class should be provided and with protective relay RS2001-Ex. these are VACUTAP®VV-Ex. for other sealed transformers. details of the max.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. gas cushion thickness are needed. Further information may be needed on this matter: a) Standard No additional data is needed for the standard. Note that explosion-proof transformers of the on-load tap-changers are only permitted when using mineral oil according to IEC 60296 and the on-load tap-changer overload is limited to 1.

German or English is standard. German or English is standard. Other possible languages can be seen in Table 1 and should be entered under "Other". Other possible languages can be seen in Table 1 and should be entered under "Other".1 Language of operating instructions Here you can state the desired language and desired number of operating instructions for both the transformer manufacturer and operator.5 Documentation Figure 11 Documentation 2. German or English is standard. 2. There is scope for selecting an additional language.5. Other possible languages can be seen in Table 1 and should be entered under "Other". 24 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . This can be stated under "Additional connection diagram language" if desired.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. 2.5.5.2 Language of signs Here you can state the preferred language for your signs.3 Connection diagram language Here you can state the preferred language for your connection diagrams (motor-drive unit connection diagram and high voltage connection diagram).

COMTAP® Connection diagram language Language of signs 2 General data relating to the inquiry or order English VR VM VV VT R M V G DU AR ARS X X German VR VM VV VT R M V G DU AR ARS X X French VR VM VV VT R M V Italian VR VM VV R M V Spanish VR VM VV R M V Portuguese VR VM VV R M V X Finnish V X Norwegian V X V X Swedish V X Danish V X Turkish VR VM DEETAP® OILTAP® VACUTAP® Language of operating instructions VV R M DU X X DU X Dutch X Czech X Hungarian X Russian VR VM VV VT R Polish M V DU ARS M X Croatian X Romanian Chinese VV VR VM VV VT R M V R M V X DU AR Slovakian Korean Table 1 X X X VR VM Possible languages for the operating instructions for individual products and possible languages for connection diagrams and signs © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 25 .

4.6.6. The paintwork for normal environments (standard) is corrosiveness category C4 (strong) while that for aggressive environments is corrosiveness category C5-M (very strong/marine) in accordance with EN ISO 12944-2. 2. For information on using alternative insulation liquids. When using mineral oil according to IEC 60296. The standard color shade is RAL 7033. for the lower temperature limit note that if the transformer is stationary.6 General data Figure 12 General data 2. Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH should be contacted.e.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2.3 Ambient temperature This relates to the ambient temperature of the transformer. However.6. In the event of temperatures outside the stated ranges and/or deviations to the stated operating conditions.2 Transformer's environment Details about the transformer's environment impact on the paintwork of the parts. 2. see point 2. all MR products can basically be operated down to a lower temperature limit of -25°C (ambient temperature and oil temperature). Operation below an ambient temperature and/or oil temperature of -25°C (Arctic operation) is possible for the products listed in Table 2 if the restrictions stated are taken into account.6.1 Color of painted parts The color shade of the painted parts for the components to be ordered should be entered here. i. the air temperature. the insulation liquid both in the transformer and in the on-load tap-changer may also assume this temperature. 26 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

VOLTESSO 35 or VOLTESSO N36 mineral oils. On-load tap-changer equipped with temperature sensor Normal motor runtime of motor-drive unit TM VACUTAP® VV VACUTAP® VM VACUTAP® VR When using LUMINOL TR/TRi mineral oil for the transformer and on-load tap-changer. fixed operation DEETAP® DU down to -45°C ambient and oil temperature is permitted (no COMTAP® ARS switching operations below -25°C oil temperature) TAPMOTION® ED incl. operation down to -40°C ambient and oil temperature is permitted When using NYNAS Nytro Lynx. operation down to -35°C oil temperature for VACUTAP® VV and VR is permitted On-load tap-changer equipped with temperature sensor OILTAP® M/MS OILTAP® R/RM Normal motor runtime of motor-drive unit If using mineral oil according to IEC 60296 for the transformer and on-load tap-changer. drive train Operation down to -40°C ambient temperature is permitted for the Arctic model of TAPMOTION® ED and drive train TAPMOTION® DD No restrictions down to -45°C ambient temperature TAPMOTION® DD-S RS 2001 protective relay Table 2 No restrictions down to -40° ambient and oil temperature Products and specifications for Arctic operation © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 27 . fixed operation down to -40°C ambient and oil temperature is permitted (no switching operations below -25°C oil temperature of on-load tap-changer oil). operation down to -40°C ambient and oil temperature is permitted DEETAP® AR If using mineral oil according to IEC 60296.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order Requirements for Arctic operation Product (Operation below -25°C ambient and/or oil temperature) On-load tap-changer equipped with temperature sensor If using mineral oil according to IEC 60296 for the transOILTAP® V former and on-load tap-changer.

a) Mineral oil according to IEC 60296 The special mineral oils for Arctic operation (see 2. It should however be noted that restricted operating conditions (e.6.3.g. You can select "Other mineral oil" (preassigned) for all other mineral oils according to IEC 60296.4 Insulating medium (transformer/on-load tap-changer) Details of the insulating medium relate to the on-load tap-changer.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. test voltages.) apply depending on the on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer type and insulating medium! Table 3 shows the combinations of on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer with insulating medium which can be approved. If another insulating liquid is used for the transformer. Every application must be checked individually by MR for restrictions on operating conditions. Table 2) can be selected here. b) Alternative insulating liquids Alternative insulating liquids permitted for particular on-load tap-changers and off-circuit tap-changers can also be selected here. Insulating medium High-molecula r weight hydrocarbons (HMWH) Synthetic esters Natural esters Silicone oil BETA fluid MICTRANS-G MIDEL 7131 ENVIROTEMP 200 ENVIROTEMP FR3 BIOTEMP All silicone oils permitted for transformers VACUTAP® VV possible possible possible not permitted VACUTAP® VRC/VRE possible possible possible not permitted OILTAP® V possible* possible* possible* possible* OILTAP® M/MS possible* possible* possible* not permitted OILTAP® RM possible* possible* possible* not permitted DEETAP® DU possible possible possible possible On-load tap-changer/off-circuit tap-changer type * mineral oil according to IEC 60296 is prescribed in the on-load tap-changer oil compartment Table 3 Overview of on-load tap-changers/off-circuit tap-changers for alternative insulating liquids Note: Insulating liquids which cannot be selected can be entered under "Other insulating liquid" 28 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . this should be stated under "Remarks".6. etc. temperatures.

7. VT and OILTAP® R and M and DEETAP® DU product families can be supplied.2 General data relating to the inquiry or order 2. The complete driveline is also available in 3D. 2.7 Remarks/accessories Figure 13 Remarks/accessories You can enter additional remarks and accessories here. to-scale 3D models of the VACUTAP® VR. if you want to use the TAPMODELLER® (Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen's 3D models.1). see info flyer TAPMODELLER® (F0229900) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 29 .1 TAPMODELLER® On request. this can be stated here along with the desired format.7. For example. see 2. The following formats are available: o IGES o X_T (Parasolid) o JT o STEP o SAT For more detailed information. VV.

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Figure 15 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 Auto-transformer with high voltage regulation EN inquiry_orderspecifications 31 .1. the circuit (according to Figure 15 and/or Figure 16) should be stated under "Remarks".3 Transformer data 3 Transformer data 3. a sketch of the circuit should be attached. if this deviates from the circuits shown.1 General transformer data Figure 14 General transformer data 3.1 Transformer type Note the following when stating the transformer type: o For auto-transformers.

3.1. in the case of three 1-phase transformers connected to form a bank of transformers.g. a sketch of the circuit with turn numbers or their transmission ratio should be provided.3 Transformer data Figure 16 Auto-transformer with low voltage regulation o For booster transformers.3 Rated power of transformer (bank) Details of the transformer's rated power or. the rated power of the bank of transformers The largest possible rating must be stated for transformers or banks of transformers for different operating conditions with different ratings (e. state whether the on-load tap-changers are driven with one shared motor-drive unit or each with a separate one.1. increase in rating due to additional cooling)! 3. 3.1.4 Frequency Details of transformer frequency 32 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2 Number of phases for transformer(s) State the number of phases for the transformer (3-phase or 1-phase) If three 1-phase transformers are connected to form a bank of transformers.

long-time emergency loading or short-time emergency loading) or a load profile should be attached. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 33 .g.5.1. 3. chap. during furnace operation) or if the overload is greater than specified in the standards. the overload should be stated based on the IEC 60076-7 operating modes (normal cyclic loading. 2.3 Transformer data 3.1. see General technical data TD61.5 Overload State whether the overload corresponds to the stated standards during transformer operation If the standard is not relevant (e.6 Peak withstand current/short-time withstand current and short-circuit duration Details of transformer's maximum peak withstand current and/or short-time withstand current and details of short-circuit duration: o Rated short-time withstand current as effective value of permitted short-circuit current o Rated peak withstand current as maximum permitted peak value of short-circuit current o Rated short-circuit duration as permitted short-circuit duration during loading with rated short-circuit current Note: For more information about on-load tap-changer and off-circuit tap-changer loading by short-circuits.

this should be stated under "Comments" or attached in the form of a table showing voltage. please add sketch of circuit under "Other".3 Transformer data 3.4 Number of steps Number of control steps If there is an odd number of turns per step. current and turn numbers for each position.1 Arrangement of tap winding Details of tap winding arrangement.2 Tap-changer/off-circuit tap-changer configuration Figure 17 Data on tap-changer configuration 3.2.3 Regulated voltage Details of rated voltage for controlled winding. 3. 3.2.2. 3.2 Regulating range Details of total regulating range as % (these details are not needed for phase shifter transformers). 34 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2.

6 Step voltage in the phase Details of the maximum step voltage occurring in the phase. see general technical documentation TD61. 3.7 Maximum tapping current Details of the maximum possible current through the on-load tap-changer In the case of transformers for different operating conditions with different ratings.5 Induction Details as to whether induction for the tap winding is constant or variable In the event of variable induction. 3.2. if necessary with potential switch) may be needed on the on-load tap-changer due to the presence of a recovery voltage and a breaking current requiring interruption during the change-over selector switchover (reversing change-over selector or coarse change-over selector). the figure stated above must be based on the transformer's largest possible rating (e.11 for the limit values valid for recovery voltage and/or the associated breaking current o If the limit values are exceeded or the need for tie-in measures is to be investigated by MR.2.2.11 (Tap winding polarity). dimensions) of the windings adjacent to the tap winding or Capacities of tap winding to adjacent windings and/or to ground If a tertiary winding is used. a table showing voltage. o Refer to the general technical documentation TD61.8 Recovery voltage Tie-in measures (tie-in resistor. increase in rating due to additional cooling)! 3. current and turn numbers for each position should be attached. you should state whether this is grounded For more information on the subject of polarity. 2. the following additional details are needed: Vector group and sketch of circuit Voltages across windings which are adjacent to the tap winding The arrangement (geometry. chap. 2.g.3 Transformer data 3. chap. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 35 .2.

OILTAP® MS or VACUTAP® VV or for on-load tap-changers with tap selector size E or multiple coarse change-over selectors the two versions are possible  tie-in resistor cylinder with tie-in resistors and potential switches  tie-in resistors loose on plate and tie-in resistor cylinder with potential switch only Figure 18 Figure 19 Figure 20 Tie-in resistors fitted at side on Tie-in resistor cylinder with Potential switch fitted on tie-in the on-load tap-changer tie-in resistors fitted at bottom resistor cylinder on on-load tap-changer 36 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .9 Tie-in measures The following tie-in measure variants are possible: o Tie-in resistors tie-in resistors fitted at side on the on-load tap-changer (see Figure 18) → possible for OILTAP® V and VACUTAP® VV tie-in resistor cylinder with tie-in resistors fitted at bottom on on-load tap-changer and/or tap selector (see Figure 19) → not available for OILTAP® V III D or VACUTAP® VV or for on-load tap-changers with tap selector size E or multiple coarse change-over selectors tie-in resistors supplied loose on the plate → may be needed due to the number of tie-in resistors needed or the space available in the transformer o Tie-in resistors with potential switch (see Figure 20) potential switches are fitted on the tie-in resistor cylinder and are not not available for OILTAP® V.2.3 Transformer data 3.

If the circuit deviates from Figure 21. Figure 21 Leakage inductance in mid-position © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 37 .2. a sketch of the circuit showing the associated voltages and vector group should be provided. the leakage reactance "x" should be stated (see sketch of circuit in Figure 21).10 Coarse/tapped winding If regulated with coarse and tapped windings. In the event of a coarse tap selector connection with multiple coarse change-over selectors.3 Transformer data 3. the leakage reactance should be stated for each coarse tap connection.

the "Voltage stress during transformer testing and in operation" table should be completed (see 3. for more detail.2) 3.3 Test and operating voltages Figure 22 Test and operating voltages 3.3.3. The customer is responsible for these details.3. MR does not check them! o If MR is to check these details.1 Test voltages o By stating "Yes according to TD". the customer confirms that the voltages actually occurring during the test and/or during transformer operation are less than or equal to the rated withstand voltages of the on-load tap-changer or off-circuit tap-changer being queried or ordered. 38 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2 Voltage stress during transformer testing and in operation Refer to the "Technical data" chapter in the technical documentation for the respective on-load tap-changer for detailed information on the individual insulation distances. refer to "Technical data" chapter in the respective technical documentation (TD).3 Transformer data 3. The VACUTAP® VR connection diagram with coarse tap selector connection can be seen in Figure 23 by way of example.

a1 = between tap selector contacts of the winding of one tap position (connected or not connected) a = between beginning and end of a tapped winding and also with coarse winding. b = between the fine tap selector contacts of different phases and between change-over selector contacts of different phases. which are connected with the beginning/end of a tapped winding or with a fine tap selector contact. the permissible withstand voltage "a" must be adhered to between the end of a coarse tap winding connected with the K fine tap selector contact and the fine tap selector contact at the end of the tapped winding of the same phase. f = between diverter switch output terminal and ground Additionally for coarse tapping arrangement in (+) position of the change-over selector: c1 = from one (-) change-over selector contact to take-off lead of the same phase c2 = between (-) change-over selector contacts of different phases © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 39 .3 Transformer data Figure 23 Example: Insulation distances on VACUTAP® VR in coarse tap selector connection Explanation for insulation distances in Figure 23: a0 = between selected and preselected tap on the diverter switch and tap selector. Note for coarse tap selector connection (-) position of the change-over selector: When stressed with impulse voltage. between beginning and end of a coarse winding.

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maximum voltage for equipment Um. OILTAP®) 4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. hence ensuring an unmistakable and non-interchangeable on-load tap-changer designation. tap selector size and basic connection diagram (see Figure 25). max.1 Type of on-load tap-changer Figure 24 4. The name of a particular on-load tap-changer model must therefore also include these features. These differ in terms of the number of phases (number of poles).4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.1. Figure 25 On-load tap-changer designations © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 41 .1 Type of on-load tap-changer On-load tap-changer designations Each on-load tap-changer type is available in many different models. rated through-current. OILTAP®) 4.

Please refer to the respective operating/maintenance instructions for more details. OILTAP®) 4. The adjustment position is the position in which the on-load tap-changer is supplied. The corresponding basic connection diagrams differ in terms of tap selector division (10.. there is no change in voltage upstream and downstream of the "K" contact. number of operating positions. The on-load tap-changer must be in the adjustment position during maintenance work (removal or fitting of on-load tap-changer insert). number of mid-positions and change-over selector version.1. The adjustment position is explicitly stated in each of the on-load tap-changer's detailed connection diagrams. 3 mid-positions: With 3 mid-positions. The mid-position is the position in which the "K" contact is switched for the reversing change-over selector or coarse tapping model.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. 1 mid-position: With 1 mid-position.2 Number of steps and basic connection diagram The tap selector can be adapted to the number of steps required and the tap winding circuit. The basic connection diagram is named as per Figure 26. Note: Bridged contacts are not considered the mid-position Figure 26 42 Number of steps and basic connection diagram inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .. there are no positions with the same voltage either upstream or downstream of the "K" contact.18). The mid-position is also generally the adjustment position (see detailed connection diagram for on-load tap-changer).

effective number of turns.example Note: MR provides a high voltage connection diagram when providing an offer. 9B 4.2 Definition of "Raise" switching direction Here you define the direction in which the on-load tap-changer is to be switched with "raise" control.2 Operating positions (contact designations/position designations) Figure 27 Operating positions 4. Figure 28 Operating positions . i. For example: From position "1" to "17".4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. control towards the maximum or minimum effective number of turns. This can be used to check whether the customer's desired conditions are met. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 17 Operating position of mid-position(s): 9A. OILTAP®) 4. 9.1 Designation of on-load tap-changer operating positions Here you define the position designation of the max.e. i. For example: Max.2. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 1 Min. the min. effective number of turns and the mid-position(s).e. the on-load tap-changer switches towards the minimum effective number of turns. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 43 . with "raise" controlling.2.

3 On-load tap-changer head Given its large number of different options. RM. We offer 3 head variants (see Figure 30). The installation position of the tap selector and diverter switch oil compartment is defined by the drive side of the tap selector "M". OILTAP®) 4.1 Head variants Figure 29 Head variants and inspection window position Here the desired head variant is determined (doesn't apply to on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V). on-load tap-changer cover cannot be twisted in relation to upper part of head). where the first variant is available with a right-hand or left-hand inspection window. You can select the appropriate head variant for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. 4. M and MS. 44 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . MR only provides one head variant for on-load tap-changer type VACUTAP® VV and this can be rotated in 15° steps (upper part of head can be twisted in relation to lower part of head. the on-load tap-changer can be adapted to a large extent to the transformer such that all installation situations can be covered.3. Exception: upper part of head cannot be twisted in relation to lower part of head for the variant with an oil suction pipe in the on-load tap-changer! On-load tap-changer OILTAP® V is also only available in one head variant.

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. OILTAP®) Head variants: The on-load tap-changer head with the arranged pipe connections (E2. The angle details relate to the upper gear unit's pivot point.R: Pipe connections Figure 30 Illustration of head variants Swivel ranges of upper gear unit: The possible swivel range for the upper gear unit (can be selected under 4.Q. M: Drive side of tap selector SR: Inspection window on right T: Temperature sensor SL: Inspection window on left E2.S. S. Q. Note the drive shaft's offset.4) depends on the on-load tap-changer type and/or head variant The possible swivel ranges for the upper gear unit can be seen in Figure 31 for on-load tap-changer type VACUTAP® VV. M and MS. RM. in Figure 32 for on-load tap-changer type OILTAP® V and in Figure 33 for the various head variants of on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R. R) can be rotated 120º clockwise and counter-clockwise. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 45 . This results in head variants 1. 2 and 3.

OILTAP®) The following swivel ranges apply to on-load tap-changer type VACUTAP® VV: Left upper gear unit Figure 31 Right upper gear unit Swivel range for VACUTAP® VV The following swivel ranges apply to on-load tap-changer type OILTAP® V: Left upper gear unit Figure 32 46 Right upper gear unit Swivel range for OILTAP® V inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.

RM. MS © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 47 . VM and OILTAP® R. M and MS: Figure 33 Swivel ranges for VACUTAP® VR. RM. OILTAP®) The following swivel ranges apply to on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R. M.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.

RM. other bell-type tank flange models are available as options. 4 and 6 mm O-ring for groove 4. M and MS is 750mm.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.3. Seals are not supplied as standard.3. Figure 36 Normal on-load tap-changer head 48 inquiry_orderspecifications EN Figure 37 On-load tap-changer head with bell-type tank flange © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . OILTAP®) 4.3 Bell-type tank flange Figure 35 Flange for bell-type tank In this section you can choose between a normal on-load tap-changer head (see Figure 36) and a on-load tap-changer head with bell-type tank flange (see Figure 37). Sealing via a groove (recess) in tap-changer head to hold an o-ring Perbunan flat gasket available in thicknesses of 2.2 Groove for o-ring in on-load tap-changer head/sealing medium Figure 34 On-load tap-changer head MR provides the following options for the sealing face between the on-load tap-changer head and transformer cover. The standard diameter for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R. Please note that the on-load tap-changer VACUTAP® VV is only available with a bell-type tank flange. On request. The standard diameter for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V is 660mm.

please complete and attach a separate order details sheet (MPreC® from Messko). which satisfies all IEC 60214-1 requirements.3. MR will supply the on-load tap-changer with a mounting flange and a pre-fitted MPreC® pressure relief device from Messko. Figure 39 On-load tap-changer head with flange for pressure relief device There is also an option of ordering the on-load tap-changer just with the mounting flange and without the pressure relief device. The pressure relief device's activation value depends on the on-load tap-changer type and is completed by Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen. 4. OILTAP®) 4.3. The pressure relief device responds to a defined overpressure in the diverter switch oil compartment.4 Flange for pressure relief device Figure 38 Flange for pressure relief device If requested by the customer. When ordering the on-load tap-changer with pressure relief device. Note: The on-load tap-changer must not be operated just with the mounting flange and without the pressure relief device.5 Protective relay (For detailed information. see operating instructions BA 59/07) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 49 . instead of an on-load tap-changer with rupture disk.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.

see operating instructions 272/01 Figure 43 50 Optional models inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. It is installed between the on-load tap-changer head and the oil conservator. for detailed information. automatic reset) RS 2001 (ex-protection model). The various variants shown in the overview in Figure 42 are available for selection Figure 41 Figure 42 Protective relay Overview of protective relay variants Other models can also be provided as options: RS 2001\R (second inspection window in front cover) RS 2003 (Canada. It triggers when the specified oil flow between diverter switch oil compartment and oil conservator is exceeded. PG screw connection) RS 2004 (Canada. OILTAP®) Figure 40 Protective relay variants The protective relay RS 2001 is an oil flow-controlled relay in accordance with IEC 60214-1.

Pipe connection E2 This connection is sealed using a blank cover as standard. It runs into the transformer's oil tank directly under the on-load tap-changer head and can if necessary be connected to a collecting pipe for the Buchholz relay using a pipe connection. Figure 45 shows the difference between a normal pipe connection and one for the tap-change supervisory control. OILTAP®) 4. The RS 2001 protective relay is attached as described in the related MR operating instructions for the protective relay (BA 59/07). The swivel range of this pipe connection is restricted.3.6 Pipe connections Figure 44 Pipe connections The on-load tap-changer head is provided with 4 pipe connections for different purposes. Pipe connection S for suction pipe Pipe connection S is provided with a vent screw. a pipe must be connected which ends with a drain valve at the side of the transformer tank at operating height. An optional tap-change supervisory control is also connected to pipe connection Q.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 51 . Pipe connection R for the RS 2001 protective relay Pipe connection R is provided for the attachment of the RS 2001 protective relay. If no oil filter unit is connected. The pipe connections can be freely swiveled once the pressure ring has been loosened (4 screws M10/wrench 17). a blank cover is mounted instead of the pipe connection. If no feed pipe of a stationary oil filter unit is connected here. Pipe connection Q (oil filter unit or cable duct for tap-change supervisory control) This pipe connection serves as the connection of the oil return pipe of a stationary oil filter unit.

Q. S. E2 R. E2 140 68 R.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. Q. S. Q. Q. E2 R. Q. E2 140 203 R. Q. E2 R. H = 82 mm Note: Enter deviating dimensions under "Remarks". E2 Overview of pipe connections The pipe connection heights (H) and lengths (L) which can be seen in Table 4 are included in MR's scope of delivery. Q. S. E2 140 183 R. E2 R. Q. E2 140 223 140 230 R. E2 Table 4 R. Q. S. S. Q. E2 R. E2 S R. Q. S. S. E2 140 82 R. Q. Q. S. Q. E2 140 263 R. Q. Standard: L = 140mm. E2 140 255 R. Q. Q. E2 140 182 R. E2 R. S. Q. E2 140 313 R. Q. E2 R. E2 140 106 140 132 140 178 R. Q. S. OILTAP®) Figure 45 Illustration of pipe connections Dimensions: Pipe connections Length (mm) Height (mm) without bleeding device with bleeding device 140 45 R. 52 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

explosion-proof transformers. see operating instructions BA42/06) The drive shaft is the mechanical connection between the drive and the on-load tap-changer head.7 Temperature sensor Figure 46 Temperature sensor The temperature monitoring device monitors the oil temperature in the diverter switch oil compartment. The drive shaft itself consists of a square tube and is coupled to the drive or driven shaft end of the device to be connected by two coupling brackets and one coupling bolt at both ends.4 Drive shaft (For more detailed information. 4. furnace/electrolysis models and when operating with alternative insulating liquids.3.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. OILTAP®) 4. Figure47 Drive shaft © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 53 . The bevel gear changes the direction from vertical to horizontal. To ensure safe operation. the temperature sensor is prescribed in every on-load tap-changer (switching column) for Arctic operation.

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. For more detailed information on the two on-load tap-changer principles. 1. upper gear unit The individual arrangements are explained in the following diagrams. Load selector principle Figure 48 54 Drive shaft arrangements for on-load tap-changer VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .1 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output. A distinction is made between the load selector principle (on-load tap-changer type VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V) and the diverter switch/tap selector principle (on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R. OILTAP®) 4. MS and G). M. see technical documentation – General part TD61.4. RM.

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.1 Length dimensions and intermediate bearing required Figure 49 shows the minimum dimensions of the respective drive shaft arrangements and the dimension above which an intermediate bearing is required. OILTAP®) 1. Figure 49 Length dimensions for arrangements according to Figure 48 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 55 .

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. Diverter switch/tap selector principle Figure 50 56 Drive shaft arrangements for on-load tap-changer VACUTAP® VR and VM as well as OILTAP® R. M. RM. MS and G inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . OILTAP®) 2.

1 Length dimensions and intermediate bearing required Figure 51 shows the minimum dimensions of the respective drive shaft arrangements and the dimension above which an intermediate bearing is required. α max =2°) A model with insulator in the vertical drive shaft is available (see Figure 53) for insulating installation of the drive shaft.2 Length dimensions for arrangements according to Figure 50 Vertical drive shaft a) Version without joint and insulator (standard model. α max =2°) Figure 52 Vertical drive shaft without joint and insulator b) Version without cardan shaft and with insulator (special transformer design. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 57 . OILTAP®) 2.4.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. Figure 51 4.

α max =20°) Figure 54 Vertical drive shaft with joint and without insulator d) Version with cardan shaft and insulator (special transformer design. OILTAP®) Figure 53 Vertical drive shaft without joint and with insulator c) Version with cardan shaft and without insulator (special transformer design.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. α max =20°) The insulator can also be used in connection with a cardan shaft Figure 55 58 Vertical drive shaft with joint and insulator inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

This measure prevents the following: o Introduction of circulating currents into the current paths of tap selector and diverter switch o Commutating arc on movable tap selector contact bridges © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 59 .5.3 Vertical protection against accidental contact The vertical protection against accidental contact can be painted in the color stated on the general data sheet. 4.2 Bridges for parallel connection of tap selector planes 2 or 3 tap selector planes are connected in parallel as is appropriate for current splitting at the tap selector connection contacts (for OILTAP® M I 802/803. Note: The horizontal protection against accidental contact is not queried because it is only available in one version and this is supplied painted as standard. OILTAP®) 4.1 Screening caps Here you can select additional screening caps. 4.5 Tap selector Figure 56 Tap selector 4. Parallel bridges on the tap selector connection contacts are then mandatory if the tap winding has been wound in two or more branches and each of these branch taps is connected to the contacts of the tap selector.4 Drive shaft monitoring/tap-change supervisory control The tap-change supervisory control monitors both the drive shaft between on-load tap-changer(s) and motor-drive unit and the correct switching of the diverter switch. 4. M I 1203/1503.5. R I 2002. R I 3003 and for VACUTAP® VR I 1001. The vertical protection against accidental contact is supplied unpainted as standard.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®.4. VR I 1301). VM and OILTAP® M with tap selector size D or DE.4. Note: Screening caps are supplied as standard with on-load tap-changers OILTAP® R and VACUTAP® VR.

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. not available for VACUTAP® VR and OILTAP® R) Figure 58 and Figure 59 clearly show the difference between them: 60 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . Figure 57 Cover gasket 2. Cover gasket This is an additional cover gasket for the on-load tap-changer. Accessories/on-load tap-changer The following accessories can be entered for the on-load tap-changer under the "Remarks/accessories" point: 1. For clarification.6 Remarks/accessories Here you can enter additional remarks and accessories for the on-load tap-changer. OILTAP®) o Overvoltage between adjacent tap selector connection contacts connected in parallel 4. Cover model The on-load tap-changer cover (upper gear unit) can be supplied in "centric" and "eccentric" models. The following cover models can be selected Centric (standard for all on-load tap-changers apart from OILTAP® V and VACUTAP® VV) Eccentric (standard for on-load tap-changer types OILTAP® V and VACUTAP® VV. the diagram on the right shows the cover gasket highlighted in red.

4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. OILTAP®) Figure 58 Centric cover model © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN Figure 59 Eccentric cover model inquiry_orderspecifications 61 .

please note this in Accessories/remarks. thereby preventing the transport medium from escaping. Figure 64 62 Pressure compensation pipe inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . Here pipe connection E2 is above the tap-changer's change-over selector (see red arrow on right of diagram) Figure 63 Oil suction pipe 5. During transformer transport. OILTAP®) 3. The following air-vent valves are available for selection: Figure 60 Figure 61 Figure 62 Safety valve (standard) Note: specified for VACUTAP® DIN valve Low valve (Note: for E2 only) 4. please note this in Accessories/remarks. Air-vent valve If you want a non-standard air-vent valve. Pressure compensation pipe The pressure compensation pipe is a link between the on-load tap-changer head connections E2 and Q. Oil suction pipe All on-load tap-changers apart from VACUTAP® VV have an oil suction pipe as standard. If you want an oil suction pipe for the on-load tap-changer type VACUTAP® VV. this prevents a difference in pressure from occurring between the transformer tank and on-load tap-changer oil compartment.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. Please note that the on-load tap-changer head of the VACUTAP® VV with oil suction pipe cannot be twisted.

Take-off lead The take-off leads on the oil compartment can be supplied in the following variants: Take-off terminal offset by 120° to the left or right (not available for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V) Deflecting ring (not available for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V) Special deflecting ring with 13mm holes 8. Hole in on-load tap-changer head On request. OILTAP®) 6. Note: Not available for on-load tap-changer types VACUTAP® VV and OILTAP® V Figure 65 Holes in on-load tap-changer head 7. On-load tap-changer lifting device a) Mounting on on-load tap-changer head Figure 66 Lifting device for mounting on on-load tap-changer head b) Mounting on transformer cover Figure 67 Lifting device for mounting on transformer cover © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 63 . the holes for mounting the on-load tap-changer head can be modified to 18mm.4 On-load tap-changers (VACUTAP®. The standard diameter is 15 mm.

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1 Operator standard If the operator and connection diagram number of the motor-drive unit are specified.25 X X X Third (approx. frequency and load profile. 5.5 X Table 5 X Motor-drive unit runtimes © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 65 . Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH can adopt the stored configuration.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. Shorter runtimes (half.5 X X X Half (approx. it is harmonized with the operator and his specifications on a regular basis. 2. To ensure that the operator standard is always up-to-date.2 Motor-drive unit runtime per cycle Standard: Normal runtime Details on runtimes are approximate values because the actual runtime depends on motor voltage. Note: Only the normal runtime is possible for the EX motor-drive unit.8 s) 5. 5. see technical documentation TD 292/01) Figure 68 General motor-drive unit data 5.1. 1.1. Runtime per tap-change operation at 50 Hz Drive shaft revolutions per tap-change Max.7 s) 8.4 s) 16.1 General data for motor-drive unit (For more detailed information. number of operating positions 35 70 105 Normal (approx. third) normally require changes to the drive shaft train configuration and higher motor ratings.

3 Protective housing The TAPMOTION® ED can be supplied in two housing sizes (small/large) with a uniform mounting and output geometry.) Material: Cast aluminum. protected from powerful water jet) Standard: Small protective housing.1.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. The following components and equipment influence and/or require certain protective housing sizes. degree of protection IP 66 according to VDE 0470-1/DIN EN 60529:2000-09 (dust-tight. 1min) Note: A combined insulated and vibration-dampened structure is not possible 66 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . standard Figure 69 Protective housing Optional: Model with oscillation damping (the motor-drive unit's mounting points feature damper bushings) Model for insulated structure (high voltage test AC (dry status): 4kV. position designation. DIN rails etc. modules and cam control package due to restricted terminal block length. mounting rails. (Terminal type.

these can be easily fitted in the TAPMOTION® ED. see relevant operating instructions. For more information about the TAPCON® and/or TAPGUARD®. The current status and the time until the next maintenance intervention are indicated.5 Protective housing accessories (optional) (Enter under Remarks/accessories) Control units. The voltage regulators of the TAPCON® series are used to automatically control transformers with on-load tap-changers which are actuated by a motor-drive unit. The monitoring systems of the TAPGUARD® series were developed especially for the status-dependent servicing of MR OILTAP® on-load tap-changers. outside (for use in ambient temperature < .1.25°C) Sunshade/rain cover (to shade the motor-drive unit from direct sunlight and to protect against the rain) Model for additional gear (special transformer design for adapting to various ratios and/or deflection adaptation) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 67 . TAPGUARD® calculates the most important servicing criteria for the on-load tap-changer. Standard: None (no) 5.1.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.4 Electronic devices in the motor-drive unit If a voltage regulator from the TAPCON® series and/or a monitoring system from the TAPGUARD® series is desired.

installation plan and terminal plans.2. Another option is the multiple-sheet method which includes the list of devices. This institute lays down standards for the USA.2 Documentation Figure 70 Documentation 5. The ANSI Z535.1 Connection diagram representation The relevant connection diagrams are produced on the basis of the circuit diagram principle and can have the list of devices and the installation plan added to them.2. Standard: Paper DIN A4 Optional: Aluminum DIN A4 Film (tear.1 to ANSI Z535.2 Connection diagram standard DIN standard DIN EN 60617/IEC 60617 (standard) ANSI standard (short for American National Standards Institute.2.6 series of standards governs the labeling of machines and production of safety notices for products) Australian standard Canadian standard (CSA standard Canadian Standards Association) 5.and water-resistant) 68 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.3 Connection diagram version There is a pocket attached to the inside of the protective housing cover to hold the connection diagrams. Standard: Modular circuit diagram 5.

A door arrestor can provided as an option for opening angles of 130° and 180°.1 Door hinges The cover is attached to the bottom of the motor-drive unit with two hinges Standard: left 5.2 Door opening angle and door arrestor The standard opening angle for the protective housing cover is 130°.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.3 Mechanical version Figure 71 Mechanical version 5.3.3. 110° and 180° can be provided as options. 90°. Door stop Opening angle Door arrestor Standard 90 110 Left 130 130 x x 180 180 x 90 110 Right 130 130 x 180 180 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN x inquiry_orderspecifications 69 .

5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED Table 6 70 Door opening angle and arresting inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

you can select the base plate and/or cover tailored to your needs. Using Table 7 and the type. type KABA (for KABA cylinder ø22) Cylinder lock. The base plates and cover are produced with metric threads (M). type Zeiss-Ikon (for profile half-cylinder 40mm long) 5. Standard: The base plates and cover are supplied without holes.4 Base plate/cover variants The bottom of the housing is finished with three base plates providing entries for the cables.3.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.3. As an option you can order base plates and covers with holes to suit your requirements. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 71 .3 Door lock The fitted lock can be locked using profile half-cylinders with a 45° or 90° locking position or KABA cylinders: Standard: None Figure 72 Door lock Optional: ABUS padlock Cylinder lock. size and number of holes.

Type Thread type and size M20 M25 Description BASE PLATE 1x Qty.5 6 For 4 x M25x1.5) 2 1 1 Base plates variants inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 ./ED 5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED M32 SMALL BASE PLATE 2x 72 M50 M63 Number of holes M – 1xM20/1xM25/3xM32/3xM40 1 1 3 M – 2xM20/3xM25/2xM32 2 3 2 3 M – 16xM25 16 M – 6xM25/2xM32/3xM40 6 2 3 M – 12xM25/2xM32/2xM40 12 2 2 M – 1xM25/3xM32/3xM40 1 3 3 M – 2xM25/5xM32/1xM63 2 5 M – 3xM25/7xM40 3 M – 4xM25/2xM32/2xM40/2xM50 4 M – 5xM25/3xM40 5 1 7 2 2 2 3 M – 2xM32/1xM40/2xM50 2 1 2 M – 2xM32/3xM40/1xM50 2 3 1 4 3 M – 4xM40/3xM50 Table 7 M40 For 6 x M20x1.5 4 For 2xM20. 1xM32 (x 1. 1xM25.5 4 For 3 x M32x1.5 3 For 4 x M20x1.

1 Terminal type The following terminal types are available as standard for the motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED: Standard terminals FA Type Width Color Terminal type 880-901 0.5-10 mm² (AWG 20-8) 400 V 57 A 8.4.5-6 mm² (AWG 28-12) 44 A 6.2 mm Gray Series disconnect terminal Optional terminals Note: Other types of terminal available on request © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 73 .08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 800 V 25 A 5 mm Gray Series terminal 880-907 0.2 mm Gray Series terminal USLKG 10-1 0.08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 25 A 5 mm Yellow/ green Grounding terminal Width Color Terminal type WAGO Table 8 Connected loads Standard terminals Terminals (optional) FA Phoenix Table 9 Type Connected loads UK5N 0.4 Electric version Figure 73 Electric version 5.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.2 mm Yellow / green Grounding terminal URTK/S 0.2-6 mm² (AWG 24-10) 800 V 41 A 6.

4. test voltage: 2.5 mm² Harmonized PVC wiring conductor.4.3 Wire material Standard wiring: H07V-K.5 mm² AWG 16 Black or colored H07Z-K 2.500 V Special wiring in motor-drive unit H07Z-K 1. 1.5 mm² AWG 14 Yellow/green Table 10 Standard wiring Special wiring (optional): H07Z-K Halogen-free PVC wiring conductor (polymer mix).500 V Standard wiring in motor-drive unit H07V-K 1. Nominal voltage 750 V. test voltage: 2. The following options are available: Reserve terminals:  5% of total number of terminals  10 to 50 extra terminals  Double reserve terminals (number depends on the drive equipment) Terminals for overvoltage/undervoltage blocking (see voltage monitoring for motor supply circuit) Terminals for overcurrent blocking 5.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. Nominal voltage 750 V.5 mm² AWG 14 Yellow/green Table 11 74 Special wiring inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .5 mm² AWG 16 Black H07V-K 2.5 mm² AWG 14 Black or colored H07Z-K 2.2 Additional terminals Standard: None Additional terminals can be fitted in the motor-drive unit.

destination (e. Connection/destination (e. others = black AWG: American Wire Gauge AWG is a form of coding wire diameters and is used predominantly in North America. K20:73 – X1:19).5 mm². X1:19). different colors can be used for individual wires.g. signal (e.g. connection (e.4 Designation sleeves/version Used to label wire connections.g. between components and terminals Standard: No designation sleeves Optional: Connection pin (e.5 mm² 5.5 connec- Accessories for electric version (optional) (Enter under Remarks/accessories) Grounding rail (for unsheathed cables/sheathed cables) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 75 . K20:73). AWG 16 = 1. 405). K20:73 – 405 . signals etc.4. e.X1:19) 5. black.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED If requested by the customer. AWG 14 = 2. yellow.g.g. neutral conductor = blue.g. e. phases = red.g. It is used to code electric leads made up of strands and solid wire and is used mainly in electrical engineering to identify the cross-section of cores. DC = gray.g. tion/signal/destination (e. 73).4.

temperature monitoring relay.5 Supply circuit (motor) Figure 74 Motor supply circuit 5. mains type and frequency for the motor-drive unit are queried here (at installation site).2 for electronic components in the Supply voltage The supply voltage available. Standard: 400V. Protection from overvoltage on the mains Additional EMC protection TAPMOTION® ED 5.5. A/D converter. Addition to TAPMOTION® ED of extra circuit ("Monitoring circuit") for electronic devices such as phase monitor.5.1 Overvoltage compatibility Selecting the "Increased" value results in the installation of an additional supply transformer in the monitoring circuit which limits the voltage level and acts as a filter. thereby offering totally reliable and perfect overvoltage protection at all times. measuring transducer. 50Hz 76 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. 3AC/N.

5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.e.5. Standard: None (no) 5.3 Main switch (for all circuits) Can be used to release voltage to the circuits Standard: None (no) Optional: Yes. the main switch doesn't switch off the interior lighting when actuated) Note: The standard for the Arctic version is a main switch for switching off all circuits not including the heating circuit) 5. signaling level Signal for main switch's operating status.4 Main switch.5.e. heating and interior lighting are not deactivated (i. with additional signals.5. the main switch doesn't switch off the heating and interior lighting when actuated) Yes. The messages can also be provided without the control circuit being deactivated. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 77 .5 Voltage monitoring Can be used as overvoltage or undervoltage monitoring relay Standard: None (no) Optional: A change-over contact for deactivating the control circuit. An NO contact/NC contact (change-over contact) is available potential-free as a signaling contact. interior lighting not deactivated (i.

mains type and frequency needed Via transformer. details of voltage.1 Control current circuit supply Note: If drive shaft monitoring is needed. 78 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .6 Control circuit Figure 75 Control circuit 5. details of transmission ratio needed.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. Standard: Voltage linked from the supply is taken by the motor circuit Optional: Separate supply.6. MR specifies a separate control circuit supply.

g.2 Control circuit fusing Protective device in the event of overcurrent for the control circuit Standard: None Optional: 1-pole circuit breaker (without/with signal) 2-pole circuit breaker (without/with signal) 1 fuse/1 link fused circuit breaker 5. Standard: None (no) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 79 .4 Connected relay Auxiliary circuit with connected relay (e.6.6. When creating a constant pulse for a particular direction. Four potential-free signaling contacts (change-over contacts) are available.5 5.3 Voltage monitoring As per 5. with 110 V DC) Customer connection for raise/lower control and motor protective switch triggering undertaken via connected relay (K11/ K12 – raise/lower.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.6. The local/remote switch can only be actuated when the door is open. the step-by-step procedure is deactivated and any tap-operation started when ending the pulse is terminated. one for each direction.5 Additional input terminals for “without step-by step switch” Activation is via two connected relays.5. mains type and frequency.6 Local/remote switch (2 positions) with signaling levels Local/remote switch for selecting local actuation or actuation from the control room. K13 – triggering of motor protective switch) Standard: None (no) If connected relays are desired.6.6. Standard: None (no) 5. 5. please state voltage.

local – remote – auto. 5. mains type and frequency needed Via transformer.7 Local/remote/auto switch (3 positions) with signaling levels Local/remote/auto switch for changing over electric actuation locally or from the control room or automatically (via voltage regulator of TAPCON® series). Standard: None (no) Note: Also state the desired position designations. details of transmission ratio needed.7 Heating The heating prevents condensate forming in the motor circuit. 80 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .7. A panel heater keeps the interior temperature around 7-8 Kelvin higher than the ambient temperature and thereby reduces the air humidity in the motor-drive unit. Three potential-free signaling contacts (change-over contacts) are available. Standard: No passage setting(s) (no) 5. e. details of voltage.6.6. Figure 76 Heating 5.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.1 Heating circuit supply Standard: Voltage linked from the supply is taken by the motor circuit Optional: Separate supply. The local/remote/auto switch can only be actuated when the door is open.g.8 Automatic passage If you want an automatic passage for one particular position (freely definable). you can enter this here.

3 Current measuring relay for monitoring The current monitor monitors the heater.6.2 5. Should the heating output be too low or should the heating fail.7.7.7.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.4 Heating accessories (optional) (Enter under Remarks/accessories) Thermostat-controlled additional heating Emergency heating connector 5.8 Signals/auxiliary circuit Figure 77 Signals/auxiliary circuit © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 81 . this is recognized and output as a signal via a potential-free change-over contact.2 Heating circuit fusing Protective device in the event of overcurrent for the heating circuit As per 5. Standard: None 5.

Standard: None 5. an incomplete cycle is signaled after a set time t. non-directional). Standard: None 82 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .4 Active power measurement (motor) Permanent measurement of active power of fitted motor and output of measurement via a 4 . An NO contact/an NC contact (change-over contact) are available potential-free as a signaling contact as options. A max.20 mA signal.8. Standard: None 5.8.2 Signal switch for hand crank operation Emits signal when hand crank is attached. Standard: None Optional: Potential-free signaling contacts (one or two change-over contacts) 5.5 Signal for incomplete cycle If the motor-drive unit remains stationary during the tap-change.3 Motor protective switch signal Signal indicating operating status of motor protective switch Q1.1 Limit position signal switch Signal switch for detecting the motor-drive unit's limit positions Optional: Potential-free limit position signaling contacts (one or two change-over contacts per limit position) Standard: None 5. Standard: 1x NO contact 5.8.8.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. of six non-directional cam contacts (change-over contacts) are possible.8.6 Mechanical active contact (non-directional) Signal: Drive running (tap-changer running.8. A potential-free non-directional cam switch (micro-switch) is available.

8.9 Directional switch This is a potential-free cam-operated directional switch which changes its switching status once per change in direction. A potential-free directional cam switch (micro-switch) is available (one change-over contact per direction is fitted). Standard: None 5. (Needed for parallel bank operation for example) Standard: None 5. circuit breaker/residual current switch Standard: None The following versions are included in the MR scope of supply: Schuko 250 V. Standard: None 5.8. 16 A Lütze ST3/F 250V 16A Feller 250V 10A Hubble GEC 125V 15A Hubble GEC 250V 15A HPM Australia 250V 10A GPO Australia 250V 10A British Standard 250V 13A Danish Hubble GFCI 125V A 10mA circuit breaker/residual current switch provides the fusing as standard.8. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 83 .10 Socket incl.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.8. directional). As an option this can also be provided with a maximum operating current of 20mA.7 Mechanical active contact (directional) Signal: Drive running (tap-changer running.8 Electric active contact (directional) Here the motor contactor signal (Raise/Lower) is sent to terminals.

Figure 78 84 Position indicator equipment inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .9 Position indicator module Note: The time when the position indicator equipment in the motor-drive unit changes over does not represent the time when the on-load tap-changer changes over.8.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. electric 5. This depends on the diverter switch type.11 Accessories for signals/auxiliary circuit (optional) (Enter under Remarks/accessories) Pulse switch Door contact signal Additional counter.

10. Technical configuration: Switching capacity: Switchover without break (MBB).1 Resistance model with up to 35 positions The resistance module is needed for a tap position indicator. 50. 10-ohm resistors are fitted per step as standard.00.5.9. A measuring transducer can be connected behind this as an option.2. 7. 453. 590+2*294. 100.7. 30. 62. 4. 328. 500. 16. 150.1. 402. 289. The position designation is always shown from the lowest to the highest step.4. If the resistance module signal is used for a TAPCON®.49. 60. 3.1. 200.2. 625+2*312.4. upstream and/or downstream resistors are not possible. The signal is briefly bridged when switching from one position to the next (MBB). 768. 560.6W Resistance values in ohms: 2. load: Number of loaded resistors * 0. 12.69. 11. 380. 1000.25. DC 220V. Automatically passed positions are bridged/not bridged. 768+2*383 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 85 .5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. The position indicator plate's sliding contact is only used in the model without a break ("make before break" MBB).8. 20. 6.0. This should be entered under Remarks.0. 50-ohm resistors are fitted per step as standard. 40. Max.25. 221. The resistance module can be provided in various versions: Upstream and/or downstream resistors (same or different resistance value) Note: If the resistance module is being used for a measuring transducer. Note: The choice of upstream and/or downstream step resistors and the bridged positions apply to resistance modules 1-3.99. 500+2*1000. 80. 588.0. 8. The additional step resistors and the bridged positions for every single resistance module can also be stated.

3 NO contact version with/without break (BBM/MBB) The position indicator plate's sliding contact can be used in a version with a break (BBM) or without a break (MBB).20 A (ohmic load). 0.DC: 24 V.5 A (ohmic load) DC: 250 V. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Switching capacity: Make before break-type (MBB). Standard output signal: 4-20 mA 5.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. 0.9. Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). measurement as resistance-type remote sensor Rated voltage: 48 – 265 V AC/DC.9.DC: 250 V. The module is used for parallel operation. The position designation is always shown from the lowest to the highest step. Input signal: Resistance signal (10 ohm/step). The signal is briefly broken (BBM) or bridged (MBB) when switching from one position to the next. Position indicator equipment in NO contact version over 19 to 35 positions. This is a universally adjustable measuring transducer. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V 86 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . 0.02 A (ohmic load) AC.2 4-20mA measuring transducer Note: The measuring transducer needs one resistance module with 10-ohm resistors per step. 0.5 A (ohmic load). circuit type: Three-conductor connection. AC. AC: 250 V.

The position designation is always shown from the lowest to the highest step. 10 A (MBB) The position indicator plate's sliding contact is only used in the model without a break (MBB). 0. DC: 220V. 10 A (ohmic load) AC.5 Coded position indicator module The position indicator plate's sliding contact is only used in the model with a break (BBM). The signal is briefly bridged when switching from one position to the next (MBB). Switching capacity: Make before break-type (MBB).DC: 250 V. AC.9. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 87 . The position designation is always shown from the lowest to the highest step. Possible coded position indicator module variants: Decade BCD code DUAL code GRAY code AWZ code Position indicator equipment as diode-coded matrix up to 35 positions.DC: 24 V. The module is used for a clean display and with voltage regulators.2 A. Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). The module is used to control intermediate current converters for industrial applications of up to 10 A.4 NO contact version without break. 10 A (ohmic load) 5.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. The signal is briefly broken when switching from one position to the next (BBM). (ohmic load).9. Position indicator equipment in NO contact version up to 35 positions.

0.5 A (ohmic load).5 A (ohmic load). AC. AC: 250 V.5 A (ohmic load). Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Switching capacity: Make before break-type (MBB). 0.6 NO contact version for bridged positions In this version the position indicator plate's sliding contact is used with a break (BBM) and without a break (MBB).5 A (ohmic load) DC: 250 V. Type with every 2nd position (even/odd) bridged Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). 0. 0.5 A (ohmic load) DC: 250 V. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Type with every 4th position bridged Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). AC: 250 V.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5.02 A (ohmic load) AC. DC: 250 V. Position indicator equipment in NO contact version up to 35 positions.20 A (ohmic load). The position designation is always shown from the lowest to the highest step. DC: 24 V. 0.5 A (ohmic load) DC: 250 V. AC: 250 V. 0. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V 88 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Type with every 3rd position bridged Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). 0. 0.9.

9.8 Position indicator equipment accessories (optional) (Enter under Remarks/accessories) Break contact version: 2 break contacts up to 35 positions In this model the position indicator plate's sliding contacts are only used without a break (MBB). Standard: None Figure 79 Synchronous rotary encoder Scope of supply for rotary encoders: with (Weigel DG1) INCON 1292 INCON 1292 (KS) with overvoltage protection 5.9.7 Synchronous rotary encoder The synchronous rotary field encoder records the rotary motion of an adjustment spindle and converts it into an electric signal.5 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED 5. The rotary encoder is self-synchronizing (SELSYN) and operates at an angle of 9° or 15° (max. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 89 . This is transferred to the synchronous rotary field receiver in the position display where the electric signal is converted back to a synchronous rotary movement and thereby drives the display. 19 positions) per step. The tap position indicator (see "Accessories" order details sheet) is linked to the encoder (in the motor-drive unit).

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In contrast to on-load tap-changers. 400 A 600 A. Off-circuit tap-changers DEETAP® DU are available with up to 17 operating positions.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type (For more detailed information.6): Linear off-circuit tap-changer for neutral and delta connection Single-bridging off-circuit tap-changer Double-bridging off-circuit tap-changer Series-parallel off-circuit tap-changer Star-delta off-circuit tap-changer Back-and-boost off-circuit tap-changer. Switching concept The off-circuit tap-changer is changed over from one operating position to the next by rotating an insulating drive shaft. see technical data TD 266/04) Off-circuit tap-changers are used for voltage regulation of oil-immersed transformers. Off-circuit tap-changers are designed on the principle of a modular system allowing maximum rated through-currents of 200 A. the required winding taps must be set with the transformer switched off on the high voltage and low voltage side. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 91 . The DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer is activated via a step-by-step gear with a hand wheel or operating wrench or with manual drive TAPMOTION® DD or motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED. 800 A and 1000 A per current path. see 6. The scope of supply of the DEETAP® DU includes the following basic circuits (for sketches of circuits.

1 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 80 Off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 81 explains the individual items in the DEETAP® DU designation: Figure 81 92 Off-circuit tap-changer designations for DEETAP® DU inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6.

6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Off-circuit tap-changers can be configured for a wide range of applications through parallel connection of several contact planes. since this influences the design and the type name of the off-circuit tap-changer. Figure 82 DEETAP® DU with and without current splitting The following table shows the required number of winding divisions and the parallel planes: Table 12 Number of required winding division and parallel planes © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 93 . Therefore. The current division can be enforced through the transformer winding. when ordering please state whether and how often the winding is divided.

1 Designation of off-circuit tap-changer operating positions Here you define the position designation of the max. the min.2.2.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6. effective number of turns and the mid-position(s).2 Definition of "Raise" switching direction Here you define the direction in which the off-circuit tap-changer is to be switched when you control in the "Raise" direction. The example provided above is shown below by way of clarification: Figure 84 94 Operating positions .2 Operating positions Figure 83 Operating positions 6. This means controlling towards the maximum or minimum effective number of turns. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 5 Min. effective number of windings.example inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . For example: Max. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 1 Operating position of mid-position(s): 3 6.

Figure 87 Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 95 .3 Type of driving The drive sets the off-circuit tap-changer to the required operating position. The manual drive is mounted on the side of the transformer tank and is connected with the off-circuit tap-changer head via a drive shaft.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6. a bevel gear and coupling parts. Figure 86 Manual drive TAPMOTION® DD b) Motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED (For more detailed information. a) Manual drive TAPMOTION® DD (For detailed information. see operating instructions BA 1914122/02) Manual drive TAPMOTION® DD (8 revolutions per switching operation on the hand crank) can be used to drive the off-circuit tap-changer. Safety devices are provided to prevent the equipment from being actuated unintentionally or by unauthorized persons. Figure 85 Type of drive Possible drive variants Note: The TAPMOTION® ED can be used with all variants of the DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer. The TAPMOTION® DD is limited to certain off-circuit tap-changer applications. Use of the manual drive TAPMOTION® DD and hand wheel/hexagonal shaft must be checked by MR for each off-circuit tap-changer variant. see technical documentation TD 292/01) The motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED is used for frequent operation of the off-circuit tap-changer or for operation of the off-circuit tap-changer via remote control. Safety equipment for automatic tripping of the transformer circuit breakers and for monitoring the equality of positions between the off-circuit tap-change and the manual drive must be installed. Safety equipment for automatic tripping of the transformer circuit breakers and for monitoring the equality of positions between the off-circuit tap-change and the motor-drive must be installed.

For higher driving torques. 96 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .4 Drive with hand wheel or hexagonal operating wrench Drive shaft The drive shaft is the mechanical connection between drive and off-circuit tap-changer head. Figure89 Drive shaft 6.g. The bevel gear changes the direction from vertical to horizontal. an off-circuit tap-changer head with hexagonal shaft and operation via operating wrench is available. Different safety devices are available.4.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type c) Hand wheel and hexagonal shaft with operating wrench on off-circuit tap-changer head The drive with hand wheel is limited to particular off-circuit tap changer models. upper gear unit The drive shaft designation consists of the horizontal drive shaft arrangement and the upper gear unit (e. Figure 88 6. "G4R" corresponds to drive shaft arrangement G4 combined with an upper gear unit with drive shaft exiting on the right). the drive torque of which is relatively small.1 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output. The drive shaft itself consists of a square tube and is coupled to the drive or driven shaft end of the device to be connected by two coupling brackets and one coupling bolt at both ends. The hand wheel is connected with the insulating shaft of the off-circuit tap-changer via the Geneva gear.

254mm. An intermediate bearing must be fitted as of a horizontal drive shaft length of more than 2. Figure 91 Length dimensions for arrangements according to Figure 90 © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 97 .6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type a) Possible arrangements G4 L/R G9 and G10 L/R G11 L/R G13 and G14 L/R Figure 90 Drive shaft arrangements for DEETAP® DU b) Length dimensions and intermediate bearing required This table shows the minimum dimensions for each drive shaft arrangement.

4.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type c) Possible swivel range of upper gear unit Swivel range to the right Figure 92 6. α max =2°) A model with insulator in the vertical drive shaft is available (see Figure 94) for insulating installation of the drive shaft. α max =2°) Figure 93 Vertical drive shaft without joint and insulator b) Version without cardan shaft and with insulator (special transformer design. 98 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2 Swivel range to the left Swivel range for DEETAP® DU Vertical drive shaft (values apply to drive via TAPMOTION® DD) a) Version without cardan shaft and insulator (standard model.

α max =20°) Figure 95 Vertical drive shaft with joint and without insulator d) Version with cardan shaft and insulator (special transformer design. α max =20°) The insulator can also be used in connection with a cardan shaft. Figure 96 Vertical drive shaft with joint and insulator © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 99 .6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 94 Vertical drive shaft without joint and with insulator c) Version with cardan shaft and without insulator (special transformer design.

this must be stated under "Remarks/accessories". A distinction is made between cover-type installation (normal installation).1 Off-circuit tap-changer installation type Here you can specify the type of installation. If protection against accidental contact is desired. bell-type tank installation and installation under a cover.5 Design Figure 97 Off-circuit tap-changer design 6.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6. this is provided painted as standard. 6. A mounting flange is available as an option with the cover-type installation. 100 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . No vertical protection against accidental contact is provided as standard for the drive type with a TAPMOTION® DD. If the customer wants this to be painted. Note: The horizontal protection against accidental contact is not queried because it is only available in one version and this is supplied painted as standard.5.3 Vertical protection against accidental contact An unpainted vertical protection against accidental contact is provided as standard for the drive type with a TAPMOTION® ED.4.

© Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 101 . Other variants are available on request. A bell-type tank flange with 18mm holes is supplied as standard. The bell-type tank flange has drilled holes so that it can easily be affixed to the supporting structure.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type a) Cover-type installation Figure 98 Cover-type installation b) Cover-type installation with mounting flange Figure 99 Cover-type installation with mounting flange c) Bell-type tank installation For installation in a transformer with bell-type tank. fixed in this provisional mounting position and connected to the tap winding without a drive head. the off-circuit tap-changer has to be mounted on a special supporting structure that enables temporary suspension of the off-circuit tap-changer from the supporting flange. The off-circuit tap-changer is first lifted into the supporting structure.

Figure 101 102 Installation under cover inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . please note that electrical tap-change supervisor control directly on the off-circuit tap-changer is not possible. Optical tap position indicator for installation / assembly purposes is available directly on the off-circuit tap-changer head. In this special transformer design.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 100 Bell-type tank installation d. Further information about this special transformer design is available on request. Installation under cover In addition to the classic installation variant. the DEETAP® DU can also be fitted under the transformer cover (see Figure 101).

Sealing via a groove (recess) in the off-circuit tap-changer head to hold an o-ring Flat gasket 4 mm O-ring for groove (extra) 6.5. conservator level and side gear unit (see Figure 103) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 103 .3 Oil column between conservator and gear unit If the difference in height between the max.5. a) Cover-type installation/bell-type tank installation Difference in height between max. conservator level and upper gear unit/transformer cover and/or side gear unit is ≥ 5m. conservator level and upper gear unit/transformer cover (see Figure 102) b) Installation under cover Difference in height between max.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6. An o-ring is provided as standard for an off-circuit tap-changer head with groove.2 Groove for o-ring in off-circuit tap-changer head/gasket MR provides the following sealing options for the sealing face between the off-circuit tap-changer head and transformer cover. this should be stated here.

6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 102 Cover-type installation/bell-type tank installation 104 inquiry_orderspecifications EN Figure 103 Installation under cover © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

4 Parallel bridges Off-circuit tap-changers can be configured for a wide range of applications through parallel connection of several contact planes.6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type 6. Figure 104 Parallel bridges 6. Refer to the technical data TD 266/04 DEETAP® DU for detailed information on parallel connection of contact planes.5. The off-circuit tap-changer DEETAP® DU can be supplied in the following models: Linear off-circuit tap-changer Single-bridging off-circuit tap-changer Double-bridging off-circuit tap-changer Series-parallel off-circuit tap-changer Star-delta off-circuit tap-changer Back-and-boost off-circuit tap-changer (Reversing change-over selector) Switch for special applications (on request) (See also Figure 106) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 105 .6 Additional transformer data Figure 105 Additional transformer data You can use the "Selection of winding arrangement" field to state the off-circuit tap-changer's basic connection diagram.

6 DEETAP® DU off-circuit tap-changer type Figure 106 Off-circuit tap-changer's basic connection diagrams Note: Please also state the maximum operating voltage Ux at the off-circuit tap changer contacts between the various phases in kV. 106 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

7 TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive)

7

TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive)
(For detailed information, see operating instructions BA 1914122/02 DE)
The manual drive TAPMOTION® DD is used solely to drive off-circuit
tap-changers in regulating transformers.

7.1

Documentation

Figure 107

Documentation

7.1.1

Connection diagram representation
The TAPMOTION® DD connection diagrams are produced using the multiple-sheet method. This means that alongside the circuit diagram, they feature
a terminal diagram.

7.1.2

Connection diagram standard
DIN standard (DIN EN 60617/IEC 60617)
ANSI standard (short for American National Standards Institute. This
institute lays down standards for the USA. The ANSI Z535.1 to ANSI
Z535.6 series of standards governs the labeling of machines and production of safety notices for products)
Australian standard
Canadian standard (CSA standard Canadian Standards Association)

7.1.3

Connection diagram version
There is a pocket in the protective housing to hold the connection diagram.
The documents are supplied in a paper version as standard.

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7.2

Operating positions

Figure 108

Operating positions
Designation of off-circuit tap-changer operating positions
Here you define the position designation of the max. effective number of turns,
the min. effective number of turns and the mid-position(s).
For example:
Max. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 5
Min. effective number of turns corresponds to operating position 1
Operating position of mid-position(s): 3
The example in Figure 109 is shown below by way of clarification:

Figure 109

Operating positions - example

7.3

Mechanical version

Figure 110

Mechanical version

7.3.1

Padlock
Standard: No lock
Option: Padlock from ABUS

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7.3.2

End position block
Mechanical end position blocks are not fitted in the TAPMOTION® DD as
standard. There is however scope for mechanically limiting the regulating range
with two end position blocks.

7.3.3

Base plate
The base plate is supplied with four holes (1 x M32x1.5 and 3 x M20x1.5) and
an M20 cable connection as standard. If a tap position indicator is selected in
the TAPMOTION® DD, a M32 cable connection is also supplied as standard.
The two missing M20 cable connections and a blanking stop plate can also be
ordered as options. Please state this under Remarks/accessories.

Figure 111

7.3.4

Base plate

Model with oscillation damping
Minimization of manual drive's excitation from the transformer's vibration frequency. Optimum damping in direction of vibration.
Standard: No oscillation damping

7.4

Lock removal signal

Figure 112

Signal
A cam switch can be used to generate a signal (can also be produced as a
change-over contact) for removing the padlock.

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2-6 mm² Table 14 Optional terminals 7.08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 25 A 5 mm Yellow/ green Grounding terminal Width Color Terminal type 6.5.7 TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive) 7.5. 110 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2 Heater (AWG 24-10) 800 V 41 A A heater can be fitted in the TAPMOTION® DD as an option. This prevents condensation from forming during manual mode.1 Terminal type The following terminal types are available as standard for the manual drive TAPMOTION® DD: Standard terminals FA Type Width Color Terminal type 880-901 0.08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 800 V 25 A 5 mm Gray Series terminal 880-907 0. the desired supply voltage must be stated. If this option is selected.2 mm Gray Series terminal WAGO Table 13 Connected loads Standard terminals The following terminals are available as options: FA Type Phoenix UK5N Connected loads 0.5 Electric version Figure 113 Electric version 7.

60 Ohm.6 Position indicator module The tap position indicating instrument displays the current position of the manual drive or off-circuit tap-changer in any location.6. Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM).DC: 250 V. 0.1 Resistance-type position indicator module The position indicator plate's sliding contact is only used in the model without a break ("make before break" MBB). AC: 250 V. The module is used for parallel operation.DC: 24 V.20 A (ohmic load).5 A (ohmic load) DC: 250 V.7 TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive) 7.1%) per step) Standard: None (no) Note: The display instrument needs a total resistance of min. 0. (Standard resistance: 10 Ω (0.2 NO contact version with/without break (BBM/MBB) The position indicator plate's sliding contact can be used in a version with a break (BBM) or without a break (MBB) (19 to 35 positions).6. AC. Figure 114 Position indicator equipment 7. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Switching capacity: Make before break-type (MBB). Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 111 . The signal is briefly broken (BBM) or bridged (MBB) when switching from one position to the next. usually in the control room. 7. care must therefore be taken to ensure that a resistance of 20 ohms per step is chosen.6 W +/.02 A (ohmic load) AC.5 A (ohmic load). The signal is briefly bridged when switching from one position to the next (MBB). 0. If off-circuit tap-changers have an operating position with between 2 and 6 positions. 0.

6. The signal is briefly broken when switching from one position to the next (BBM).3 Coded position indicator module Position indicator equipment as diode-coded matrix The position indicator plate's sliding contact is only used in the model with a break (BBM).2 A.7 TAPMOTION® DD (manual drive) 7. Minimum voltage level for signal and data processing: 24V Standard: None The following coded position indicator modules can be supplied as options: BCD and GRAY code 112 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . Switching capacity: Break before make-type (BBM). DC: 220V. (ohmic load). 0.

The contact system is equipped with special contacts for this purpose. see technical data TD 1889046/03 DE) The COMTAP® ARS is used to switch over a winding during transformer operation. This insulating drive shaft is operated via a 60° control gear that is driven via a TAPMOTION® ED motor-drive unit. During a COMTAP® ARS operation the through-current is commutated from one current path to another current path with the same potential. The COMTAP® ARS basically has two operating positions. Changing an operating position requires a 120° tap change of the insulating drive shaft.8 COMTAP® ARS 8 COMTAP® ARS (For more detailed information.g. The COMTAP® ARS is primarily used to reverse the polarity of the regulating voltage in applications with large regulating ranges (e. Two motor drive operations (double tap change) are therefore needed for a COMTAP® ARS operation. The COMTAP® ARS can be used for different applications in combination with an on-load tap-changer. Figure 115 COMTAP® ARS operating positions © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 113 . phase shifter transformers). The COMTAP® ARS is changed over from one operating position to the next by rotating an insulating drive shaft. The COMTAP® ARS contact system has a contact circle diameter of 850 mm.

Figure 117 COMTAP®ARS advance retard switch designation For COMTAP® ARS versions for currents in excess of 1000 A current splitting into parallel paths is required.8 COMTAP® ARS 8. through the transformer winding.1 COMTAP® ARS type designation Figure 116 COMTAP® ARS advance retard switch type The COMTAP® ARS designation is made up in the same way as the ARS designation and is explained in Figure 117. Please specify under Remarks how current splitting is ensured. The current splitting must be enforced.g. e. 114 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

see technical data TD 1889046/03 DE COMTAP® ARS).3 Drive shaft The drive shaft is the mechanical connection between drive and ARS head. Figure 119 Motor-drive unit 8. see technical documentation TD 292/01) Figure 118 Drive The motor-drive unit TAPMOTION® ED is used to set the COMTAP® ARS to the required operating position.8 COMTAP® ARS 8. The COMTAP® ARS may only be used in conjunction with a motor-drive unit. Safety equipment for automatic tripping of the transformer circuit breakers and for monitoring coincidence of the operating positions of the COMTAP® ARS and the motor-drive unit must be installed (For detailed information on safety equipment.2 Drive (For more detailed information. The drive shaft itself consists of a square tube and is coupled to the drive or driven shaft end of the device to be connected by two coupling brackets and one coupling bolt at both ends. Figure120 Drive shaft © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 115 .

g.8 COMTAP® ARS 8. upper gear unit The drive shaft designation consists of the horizontal drive shaft arrangement and the upper gear unit . (e. a) Possible arrangements: Figure 121 116 G4 L/R G9 and G10 L/R G11 L/R G13 and G14 L/R Drive shaft arrangements for COMTAP® ARS inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .1 Horizontal arrangement/shaft output. "G4R" corresponds to drive shaft arrangement G4 combined with an upper gear unit with drive shaft exiting on the right).3.

8 COMTAP® ARS b) Length dimensions and intermediate bearing required Table 15 shows the minimum dimensions of each drive shaft arrangement. Table 15 Minimum length dimensions for arrangements according to Figure 121 c) Possible swivel range of upper gear unit Swivel range to the right Figure 122 Swivel range to the left Swivel range for COMTAP® ARS © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 117 . An intermediate bearing must be fitted as of a horizontal drive shaft length > 2.254mm.

3. α max =2°) Figure 123 Vertical drive shaft without joint and insulator b) Version without cardan shaft and with insulator (special transformer design.8 COMTAP® ARS 8.2 Vertical drive shaft a) Version without joint and insulator (standard model. α max =2°) A model with insulator in the vertical drive shaft is available for insulating installation of the drive shaft. Figure 124 118 Vertical drive shaft without joint and with insulator inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .

α max =20°) Figure 125 Vertical drive shaft with joint and without insulator d) Version with cardan shaft and insulator (special transformer design. α max =20°) The insulator can also be used in connection with a cardan shaft. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 119 .8 COMTAP® ARS c) Version with cardan shaft and without insulator (special transformer design.3 Vertical drive shaft with joint and insulator Vertical protection against accidental contact The vertical protection against accidental contact can be painted in the color stated on the general data sheet.3. The vertical protection against accidental contact is supplied unpainted as standard. Note: The horizontal protection against accidental contact is not queried because it is only available in one version and this is supplied painted as standard. Figure 126 8.

8 COMTAP® ARS 8. A mounting flange is available as an option with the cover-type installation.4 Design / ARS head Figure 127 Advance retard switch design 8. a) Cover-type installation Figure 128 Cover-type installation b) Cover-type installation with mounting flange Figure 129 120 Cover-type installation with mounting flange inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .1 COMTAP® ARS installation type Here you can specify the type of installation.4. A distinction is made between cover-type installation (normal installation) and bell-type tank installation.

2 Bell-type tank installation Groove for o-ring in ARS head/sealing medium MR provides the following sealing options for the sealing face between the ARS head and transformer cover. Other variants are available on request.4. A bell-type tank flange with 40mm holes is supplied as standard.8 COMTAP® ARS c) Bell-type tank installation The installation of the COMTAP® ARS into a transformer with bell-type tank requires the use of a supporting structure (supporter) that allows the COMTAP® ARS to be provisionally attached to the bell-type tank flange. An o-ring is provided as standard for an ARS head with groove. The COMTAP® ARS is firstly lifted into the supporting structure. Figure 130 8. fixed in this provisional mounting position and connected to the tap winding without a drive head. The bell-type tank flange has drilled holes so that it can easily be affixed to the supporting structure. Sealing via a groove (recess) in the ASRS head to hold an o-ring Flat gasket 4 mm O-ring for groove (extra) © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 121 .

this should be stated here.8 COMTAP® ARS 8. conservator level and upper gear unit/transformer cover is > 5 m. Standard: ≤ 5 m Figure 131 122 Conservator height inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .3 Oil column between conservator and upper gear unit If the difference in height between the max.4.

Oil cooling unit (For detailed information. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 123 . the MR serial number for the on-load tap-changer or the oil filter unit/oil cooling unit to be replaced should be stated. Note: Only the fields marked with a * need completing for the control version in the motor-drive unit TAPMOTION®ED. Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH can require oil cooling for the on-load tap-changers due to the temperature calculations. see operating instructions BA 2103288/00 DE) When on-load tap-changers with very high switching frequencies are being operated. the OF 100 oil filter unit is used as a pump for the oil cooling unit of the on-load tap-changer oil. In this case. Cleaning and drying the oil with the combination filter cartridge also offers the added advantage of longer maintenance intervals for the OILTAP® M and OILTAP® R (see operating instructions BA 018 for the OF 100 oil filter unit). the number of transformers should be stated. see operating instructions BA 018/07 DE) The oil filter unit OF100 is used for cleaning or for cleaning and drying the on-load tap-changer oil in power transformers. Note: If the oil filter unit/oil cooling unit is retrofitted/supplied at a later date or if an existing oil filter unit/oil cooling unit is replaced. 9.9 Oil filter unit OF100 9 Oil filter unit OF100 (For detailed information.1 General Figure 132 Oil filter/oil cooling unit If oil filter units for several transformers are ordered.

These service conditions can be met by an oil filter unit with a paper filter cartridge.2. consistently at full load and high frequent overloads) arcing will relatively soon cause contamination of the on-load tap-changer oil. 9. for example.2 Filter type The oil filter unit is used for cleaning or for cleaning and drying the tap-changer oil in on-load tap-changers. 124 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .2 Mechanical version Figure 133 Mechanical version 9. to on-load tap-changers incorporated into transformers on furnace or electrolytic plants. a) Cleaning on-load tap-changer oil with paper filter When on-load tap-changers are used in industrial transformers under extremely onerous conditions (high number of switching operations. The paper filter insert allows the on-load tap-changer oil to be cleaned of solid particles. The number of inspections requiring oil changes is reduced compared with the short intervals required in other cases.2. This applies.9 Oil filter unit OF100 9.1 Number of pumps One pump unit with combination filter cartridge is installed per tap-changer column. It can be equipped with a choice of a paper filter (for cleaning) or a combination filter cartridge (for cleaning and drying).

3 Replacement filter Additional filter inserts can be ordered here. This is the reason a temperature sensor is used which lets the unit run until the oil temperature in the system has risen above the preset value of +5°C (adjustable temperature range: 0 °-120 °C). The combined filter cartridge is equipped with a paper filter on the outside (filter fineness ca. an increased water content in the on-load tap-changer oil and an accumulation of water in the carbon deposited on the insulating materials can occur. 9. The combination filter cartridgenot only filters contaminating solid particles from the on-load tap-changer oil but also reduces the water content to a residual amount of < 10 ppm.2. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 125 . 9. This will deteriorate the insulating properties of the on-load tap-changer. 4 kg).9 Oil filter unit OF100 b) Cleaning and drying the on-load tap-changer oil via combination filter cartridge When the on-load tap-changer is installed in areas where humidity is extremely high and the temperature in the oil conservator usually falls below the dew point every day. Reason: If the oil temperature falls (<25°C). The oil monitoring required can be reduced and oil treatment during maintenance may not be required. 9 mm) and filled with a drying agent on the inside (granules approx.4 Thermal switch (signal emission TMedium > 25 °C) For a certain time (oil temperature <25°C). This is suppressed by the thermal switch so that the overpressure signal doesn't occur prematurely.2.5 Continuous operation below 0° Celsius (thermostat for operation TMedium < 0 °C) Temperature sensor (model for cold weather operation) The low temperature model is recommended for regions where temperatures under 5 °C are to be expected in the oil filter unit or in the pipes during the winter months. 9.2. the thermal switch suppresses the signal from the oil filter unit's overpressure monitor. the oil viscosity falls too.

9 Oil filter unit OF100

9.2.6

Control location
a) Control inside the motor-drive housing
The electrical control of the standard model is installed in the motor-drive unit
housing.

Figure 134

Motor-drive unit housing

b) Control in separate control cabinet (special transformer design)
The electrical control of the special transformer design is installed in a separate
control cabinet.

Figure 135

Control cabinet

c) No control (pump only)
In this case, MR supplies the oil filter unit without a control.

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9.2.7

"RLA" pipe connection for suction pipe connection on OLTC head
These are pipe connections on the on-load tap-changer.
In the case of additional delivery: If there is no pipe
connection for the feed (suction pipe connection "S") on
the on-load tap-changer head, this must be ordered too.
(For RLA scope of supply, see on-load tap-changer
form assistant)
Figure 136

9.3

Pipe connections

Documentation
The connection diagrams are produced using the multiple-sheet approach, i.e.
they include the list of devices, installation plan and terminal plans.

Figure 137

Documentation

9.3.1

Connection diagram standard
The following connection diagram standards can be provided by MR:
DIN standard (DIN EN 60617/IEC 60617)
ANSI standard (short for American National Standards Institute. This
institute lays down standards for the USA. The ANSI Z535.1 to ANSI
Z535.6 series of standards governs the labeling of machines and production of safety notices for products)
Australian standard
Canadian standard (CSA standard Canadian Standards Association)

9.3.2

Connection diagram version
There is a pocket attached to the inside of the protective housing cover to hold
the connection diagrams.
Paper DIN A4
Aluminum DIN A4
Film (tear- and water-resistant)

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Supply circuit

Figure 138

Supply circuit

9.4.1

Motor supply voltage
The supply voltage available, mains type and frequency for the pump are queried here (at installation site).

9.4.2

Motor protective switch signal
Standard: 1x NC contact
Signal indicating operating status of motor protective switch Q1.
An NO contact/an NC contact (change-over contact) are available potential-free as a signaling contact as an option.

9.5

Control circuit

Figure 139

Control circuit
Note: The control circuit needs a separate current supply

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9 Oil filter unit OF100 9.5. mains type and frequency for the control circuit are queried here (at installation site). © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 129 .1 Control circuit supply voltage The supply voltage available.

5.5.6 Heating Figure 140 Heating Note: The heating circuit needs a separate current supply 9.9 Oil filter unit OF100 9.1 9.2 130 inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .6. 9.6.5.3 Potential-free overpressure signal Standard: None Optional: The overpressure monitor's activation signal can be sent to the terminals in a potential-free manner.2 Heating current circuit fusing As per 9.2 Control circuit fusing Protective device in the event of overcurrent for the control circuit Standard: None Optional: 1-pole circuit breaker (without/with signal) 2-pole circuit breaker (without/with signal) 1 fuse/1 link fused circuit breaker 9.5.1 Supply voltage As per 9.

7 Electric version Figure 141 Electric version 9.2 mm URTK/S 0.2 mm Gray Series terminal Yellow / green Grounding terminal Gray Series disconnect terminal WAGO Table 16 Connected loads Standard terminals Terminals (optional): FA Phoenix Table 17 Type Connected loads UK5N 0.9 Oil filter unit OF100 9.08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 25 A 5 mm Yellow/ green Grounding terminal Width Color Terminal type 800 V 41 A 6.1 Terminal type The following terminal types are available as standard for the control cabinet: Standard terminals FA Type Width Color Terminal type 880-901 0.5-10 mm² (AWG 20-8) 400 V 57 A 8.5-6 mm² (AWG 28-12) 44 A 6.7.2 mm Optional terminals Note: Other types of terminal available on request © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 131 .08 – 4 mm² (AWG 28-12) 800 V 25 A 5 mm Gray Series terminal 880-907 0.2-6 mm² (AWG 24-10) USLKG 10-1 0.

between components and terminals Standard: No designation sleeves Optional: Connection pin (e. 1.g. test voltage: 2. e.5 mm² AWG 14 Yellow/green Table 19 Special wiring AWG: American Wire Gauge AWG is a form of coding wire diameters and is used predominantly in North America.5 mm² AWG 16.g.7. signal (e. Black or colored H07Z-K 2. tion/signal/destination (e.g. K20:73 – X1:19). K20:73 – 405 . connection (e.5 mm² AWG 16. destination (e. Nominal voltage 750 V. X1:19). AWG 14 = 2. Nominal voltage 750 V.3 Designation sleeves/version Used to label wire connections.5 mm² AWG 14 Black or colored H07Z-K 2. K20:73).5 mm² AWG 14 Yellow/green Table 18 Standard wiring Special wiring (optional): H07Z-K Halogen-free PVC wiring conductor (polymer mix).7.g.5 mm² Harmonized PVC wiring conductor. Connection/destination (e. Black H07V-K 2. 405).9 Oil filter unit OF100 9. 73). AWG 16 = 1.g.g.X1:19) 132 inquiry_orderspecifications EN connec- © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .g. test voltage: 2.5 mm².2 Wire material Standard wiring: H07V-K. It is used to code electric leads made up of strands and solid wire and is used mainly in electrical engineering to identify the cross-section of cores.500 V Special wiring in motor-drive unit H07Z-K 1.5 mm² 9.500 V Standard wiring in motor-drive unit H07V-K 1.

the feed pipe and the return pipe must be equipped with a stop-cock. Oil filter/cooling unit accessories (optional): Stop cock per unit  When the pump unit is installed.8 Remarks/accessories Here you can enter additional remarks and accessories for the oil filter/cooling unit. Additional terminals  Additional terminals (reserve terminals) can be fitted in the control cabinet.9 Oil filter unit OF100 9. The stop-cocks can however be supplied by MR.  Note: Two stop-cocks per oil filter/oil cooling unit (one each for feed and return). The pipes and accessories must be provided by the transformer manufacturer. Replacement gaskets  Cover gasket for oil filter/oil cooling tank © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 133 .

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Display instruments

10.1

Indicator instruments
(For more detailed information, see operating instructions 2220015/01 and
2220061/01)
In the case of transformers whose transmission ratio is changed by on-load
tap-changers with remote-controlled motor-drive units, the on-load tap-changer
operating positions must be displayed in the control room. This can be done
using tap position indicator instruments.

Figure 142

Indicator instruments

10.1.1

Dimensions
1. The square position indicator instrument (front frame) is generally fitted with

an integrated mains adapter (installation depth 120 mm).
72 x 72 mm
96 x 96 mm
144 x 144 mm (on request)
Figure 143

Square position indicator instrument

2. The rectangular position indicator instrument (front frame) is equipped with
an additional mains adaptor with bridge circuit.
96 x 48 mm, installation depth of
107 mm (on request)
144 x 72mm, installation depth of
192 mm (on request)
Figure 144

Rectangular position indicator instrument

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Signaling device
Remote tap position indicator/indicator instrument (analog) for signal via resistor contact series
(For a detailed description, see operating instructions 2220061/01)
In the position indicator module, depending on the tap position a modified resistance value is provided at the position indicator instrument's input. The indicator instrument operates with a total resistance range of 60 - 2,700 ohms.
Resistance model position indicator equipment is needed in the motor-drive
unit. The resistor contact series (e.g. 10 ohms per step) must be produced to
match the number of tap positions desired. The resistance module is connected
to the indicator instrument and/or mains adaptor with bridge circuit via a signal
line.
Remote tap position indicator/indicator instrument (analog) for signal via
measuring transducer (4...20 mA)
(For a detailed description, see operating instructions 2220015/01)
Note: A maximum of 19 tap positions is possible
In the position indicator module, depending on the tap position a modified resistance value is provided at the measuring transducer's input in the motor-drive unit. This measuring transducer converts the resistance input signal
into a constant current signal (e.g. 4...20 mA). The measuring transducer's
input signal is basically defined as 10 ohms per step, the output signal can vary
but is 4...20 mA as standard. The indicator instrument is adapted to the output
signal and therefore indicates the motor-drive unit's position depending on the
constant current signal.
A measuring transducer is also provided in the motor-drive unit to convert the
resistance signal into a constant current signal (4...20 mA).

10.2

Indication following the Selsyn procedure

Figure 145

Indication following the Selsyn procedure

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a) Selsyn indication (Weigel type)
Dimensions:
96 x 96 mm
144 x 144 mm
Figure 146

Selsyn indication, Weigel type

b) Selsyn indication
(INCON Model 1250B)
Dimensions: 133 x 62 mm

Figure 147

10.3

Selsyn indication, INCON type

Lamp panel/light and control unit panel
(For a detailed description, see operating instructions BA 247/02 DE)

Figure 148

Lamp panel
Function
The lamp panel is used for the display of the current operating position of the
on-load tap-changer and the manual change of the operating position from any
location. The distance between this location and the motor-drive unit is limited
to the voltage drop of the line and depends on the voltage applied on the motor-drive unit. The number of displayed operating positions depends on whether
a continuous or decade contact series is connected to the lamp panel.

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Display of the respective operating position of the on-load tap-changer Figure 149 138 Structure of lamp panel inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 . 4.3. In position 19. a maximum of 28 positions can be displayed with one continuous contact series connected to a lamp panel. no other terminals do this. 2. the zero and first power are displayed separately. Decade contact series If more than 28 positions are to be displayed. the terminal with a value of 9 and the terminal with a value of 10 conduct signals.2 Structure of lamp panel 1. Illuminated switching element for adjusting the operating position in the "LOWER" direction with integrated LED for displaying a (direction-dependent) run indication. 10 terminals are assigned the values 0 to 9 and 10 terminals the values 00 to 90. Only this terminal leads to a signal in the intended position.3. 10. Since 28 lighting elements are provided on the lamp panel. Illuminated switching element for adjusting the operating position in the "RAISE" direction with integrated LED for displaying a (direction-dependent) run indication. a terminal of the position indicator module is assigned to each position of the on-load tap-changer.1 Type of contact series Continuous contact series In the case of a system with a continuous contact series. for example.10 Display instruments 10. 3. In the process. a decade contact series must be connected to the lamp panel. Illuminated switching element for trigging the motor protective switch with integrated LED for displaying the "Motor protective switch OFF" message.

An emergency stop pushbutton can be fitted in place of the bulb. see operating instructions BA 2242371/00 and BA 153/02) Figure 152 Digital display © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 139 . each with one NO contact/NC contact and a bulb.4 Pushbutton plate Figure 150 Pushbutton plate Structure of pushbutton plate: The pushbutton plate consists of two potential-free pushbuttons.10 Display instruments 10. Figure 151 10.5 Structure of pushbutton plate Digital display (For detailed information.

GRAY code) (see Table 20). The unit can be put to individual use thanks to its modular structure (signal transmitter not dependent on code) and the use of a mains unit that covers the entire voltage range (48.1 Code Inscriptions are provided according to the code used (BCD.. R" in place of "+/-"..5. 140 Figure 153 Overview of digital codes Table 20 Extract from truth table for codes available inquiry_orderspecifications EN © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 .265 V DC/AC 50. The display is available with code converters for these codes and is prepared for other codes. The BCD code according to the ANSI standard displays the values "L. 60 Hz). DUAL.10 Display instruments 10. N.

3 Connecting cable The scope of supply includes three different lengths of connecting cable between the signal converter and 7-segment display. usually in the control room. The measured value is digitalized and output in code at the digital output. in this case at the motor-drive unit (diode matrix). usually in the control room. The signal is also available in the control unit free from potential for further digital processing (e. This signal is transmitted over long distances and prepared anywhere. © Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2012 EN inquiry_orderspecifications 141 . 10.5. transmitted over long distances and prepared anywhere. This changeable resistance value is sent to the A/D converter input.5. Via resistor contact series The analog measured value is captured electrically at source. in this case at the motor-drive unit (resistance value) using a resistor contact series (10 ohms per step). The function of the A/D converter is not dependent on the coding of the digital signals.10 Display instruments 10. network control center). The function of the signal transmitter is not dependent on the coding of the digital signals.2 Signaling device The signals prepared are converted by a code converter integrated in the display module and displayed. Via diode matrix The data is captured electrically at source.g.

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