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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 33KV VACUUM (CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH CR PANELS) 1.0.

SCOPE: This specification covers design, engineering, manufacture, assembly, stage testing, inspection and testing before supply and delivery at site/CIP destination (for Indian Bidders) and CIF Indian Port (for Foreign Bidders) of the 33 kV Vacuum Circuit Breakers with control & relay panels. 1.1. It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of the design and construction of equipment. However the equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design and workmanship and shall be capable of performing in continuous commercial operation upto the Bidder's guarantee, in a manner acceptable to the purchaser, who will interpret the meanings of drawings and specification and shall have the power to reject any work or material which, in his judgment is not in accordance there with. The offered equipment shall be complete with all components necessary for their effective and trouble free operation. Such, components shall be deemed to be within the scope of Bidder's supply irrespective of whether those are specifically brought out in this specification and/or the commercial order or not. 2.0. STANDARDS :

2.1. The materials shall conform in all respects to the relevant Indian Standard Specifications with latest amendments indicated below. Indian Standard Title International & Internationally recognised standard --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ISS-13118/1991 General requirements for Circuit breakers IEC 56 for voltage above 1000V. ISS-2705/1992 ISS-2099/1986 ISS-2633/1964 Current Transformers Bushings for alternating voltages above 1000V. Methods of testing uniformity of coating of zinc coated articles. ISS-3231/1986 Electrical relays for power system protection ISS-1248/1983 Specification for Ammeters & Voltmeters ISS-335/1983 New insulating oils Electrical Clearances IEC 71 ISS-2147/1962 Degree of protection provided by enclosures for low voltage switchgear & control gear CBIP TR.No.88/ Static Electrical Energy Meters IEC 687 1992 ISS14697/99 (With latest amendment) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.1. CONFLICT OF STANDARDS : Equipment conforming to other internationally accepted standards, which ensure equal or higher quality than the standards mentioned above would also be acceptable. In case the Bidders who wish to offer material conforming to the other standards, salient points of difference between the standards adopted and the specific standards shall be clearly brought out in relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with authentic English Translations, shall be furnished along with the offer. In case of conflict the order of precedence shall be (i) IS (ii)

IEC (iii) Other standards. For Meters the order of precedence shall be i. CBIP ii. IS iii. IEC iv. Other standard. In case of any difference between provisions of these standards and provisions of this specification, the provisions contained in this specification shall prevail. 3.0 CLIMATIC CONDITIONS :

The Vacuum Circuit Breakers to be supplied against this Specification shall be suitable for satisfactory continuous operation under the following climatic conditions. i) Location At various locations in the state of Andhra Pradesh 50 7.5 35 100 1000 925 200 50 0.3 g.

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Max. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Min. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Average daily ambient air temperature (deg.C) Max. Relative Humidity (%) Max. altitude above mean sea level (Meters) Average Annual rainfall(mm). Max. wind pressure(kg/sq.m.) Isoceraunic level (days per year) Seismic level (Horizontal accn.)

The equipment shall be for use in moderately hot and humid tropical climate, conducive to rust and fungus growth. 4. PRINCIPAL PARAMETERS: 4.1. CIRCUIT BREAKERS : Type Service No. of Poles/Phases Rated Voltage (Nominal/Max.) Rated frequency System of earthing Impulse withstand Voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage. Power frequency withstand voltage on Auxiliary circuits: Rated Current Rated breaking Capacity Symmetrical Rating making capacity Total break time Bushing Insulator creepage distance Mounting Operating duty for gang operation. Operating Mechanism Vacuum Porcelain clad Out door Three 33/36kV 50 c/s Neutral solidly grounded 170kVP 75 kV(rms) 2 kV(rms) 1250 A 25 kA 2.50 times Rated breaking Current 5 Cycles(max) Not less than 900mm Steel Structure O-0.3sec.-CO-3min.-CO. Motor operated/Manual spring charged. The standard DC voltage for the operating devices shall

Terminal connector Material Limits of temperature rise Requirement of simultaneously of poles

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be 24V/220V DC. Operation Voltage for motor spring charging mechanism shall be 240 V AC single phase. Normally the breaker shall be operated by power and there shall be provision for manual operation Aluminium suitable for 420 Sq.mm conductor The limits of temperature rise shall be in accordance with relevant standard The maximum difference between instants of contact touching during closing and the maximum difference between the instant of contacts separation during opening between 3 poles shall not exceed one half cycle of the rated frequency. The breaker shall open and close simultaneously on all the three phases for fault on any phase and or on all the phases. The Breakers shall be provided with 3 Over current (3O/L) and one Earth fault (1 E/L) IDMT relays with high set Instantaneous elements and differential relay

Note : Over current settings ranging from 50% to 200% in steps of 25% and ground trip settings ranging from 20% to 80% in steps of 10%. The relays shall be with IDMT (Inverse Definite Minimum Time) characteristics and also with high set instantaneous elements for high fault currents and shall comply with relevant standard. The accuracy class of relays shall be clearly specified. 4.1.1 Auxiliary Electrical equipment shall be suitable for operation on the following supply system. Power devices (drive motors) and lighting DC supply 240V single phase-4 wire 50c/s. and lighting neutral grounded AC supply. 24V/220V DC ungrounded 2wire

The above supply voltage may vary as indicated below and all devices shall be suitable for continuous operation over the entire range of voltages. AC Supply DC Supply Voltage +10% to -15% : Frequency +/-5% +10% to -20%.

4.2. SUPPLY POINT : Auxiliary power supplies listed above will be made available to each circuit breaker as given below. AC Supply DC Supply MCB ( Miniature Circuit Breaker) Single feeder Single feeder Shall be provided at the circuit breaker for each incoming AC supply. For DC supply double pole MCB shall be provided.

5. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

CIRCUIT BREAKERS: The equipment will be installed outdoor in hot, humid and tropical atmosphere. The maximum temperature in any part of the equipment at specified rating shall not exceed the permissible limits as stipulated in the relevant standards. The equipment shall be capable of withstanding the dynamic and thermal stresses of listed short circuit current without any damage or deterioration. The safety clearances of all live parts of the equipment shall be as per relevant standards. 5.1 TYPE AND DUTY

The circuit breaker shall be outdoor, 3-pole, vacuum type having internal isolation without any sequential interlock. The breaker shall be capable of interruption of reactive current (lagging/leading) without under /over voltage 5.2 5.2.1 CONSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES: GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS:

The circuit breaker shall have fixed type construction consisting three single identical poles, complete with a gang operated sealed porcelain housing conforming to IP-65 protection conforming to relevant standards. All three poles of circuit breaker shall be linked together electrically/mechanically to ensure simultaneous closing of all poles. The trip free operating mechanism, 3 phase inter connection links shall be completely accommodated in the base. There shall be sufficient clearance between live parts of the circuit breakers and the ground. The circuit breaker shall be complete with operating mechanism, other accessories/materials to ensure complete assembly and proper functioning. The current transformers structure shall be provided externally for mounting CTs on the supporting structure integrated with circuit Breaker structure. The CT Structure shall be provided with slotted holes to fix the CTs of any make. Terminal connectors suitable for 420 Sqmm conductor should be supplied for Circuit Breakers. The circuit breaker shall be provided with proper standard earthing and with terminal earth bar for earthing connection. Neither the circuit breaker nor any part of the switchgear or its supporting structures shall be permanently strained due to vibration etc. when making or breaking the rated short circuit currents. The details of any device incorporated in the circuit breakers to limit or control the rate of restriking voltage across the circuit breaking contacts shall be stated. The vacuum interrupter assembly used in the circuit breakers shall be interchangeable with indigenously available vacuum interrupters (make and type shall be mentioned).

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MAIN CONTACTS AND ARC QUENCHING CHAMBER:

The main contacts shall have adequate area and contact pressure for carrying rated continuous and short time currents without excessive heating liable to cause pitting and welding. The tips of the arcing and main contacts shall be heavily silver plated.

5.2.3 INTERLOCK : All electrical and mechanical interlocks which are necessary for safe and satisfactory operation of the circuit breakers shall be furnished. It is intended that before lockout occurs the breaker shall be in trip position. 5.2.4 AUXILIARY CONTACTS: Each breaker shall be provided with Four (4) normally open and Four (4) normally closed electrically separate spare Auxiliary contacts in addition to those required for its own operation and indication exclusively for purchasers use. The auxiliary contacts shall be convertible type so that normally open contacts can be converted into normally close contact and vice verse at site. The auxiliary contacts shall be rated for 10A for AC and 5A for DC 5.2.5 INSULATORS : Bushing insulator for circuit Breakers shall comply wherever possible with relevant standard for High voltage porcelain bushings. Insulators shall be of porcelain type brown glazed and free from all blemishes. Ferrous metal parts and hardware shall be hot-dip galvanised. Insulator shall have adequate mechanical strength and rigidity to withstand the duty involved. When operated at maximum system voltage there shall be no electrical discharge. Shielding rings, if necessary, shall be provided. Insulation shall be coordinated with basic impulse level of the system. the creepage distance shall correspond to heavily polluted atmosphere. 5.2.6 OPERATING MECHANISM The operating mechanism shall be with motor and manual operated spring closing with trip free features complete with shunt trip coils. All three poles of the breaker shall operate simultaneously, It shall operate in such a way that the closing springs after each closing operation, are automatically charged by the motor and locked in the charged position by a latch. Means shall be provided to charge the springs manually also. the springs shall get charged within appropriate time to facilitate auto reclosing operations. The contact loading spring shall be designed in such a way that the contact bounce is eliminated and it shall be ensured and the opening stroke is commenced only from fully closed

position. All the breakers shall be suitable for manual operation as well as slow closing without spring charging. Anti pumping device shall be incorporated. A mechanically operated indicator to show whether the circuit breaker is open or closed shall be provided on the circuit breaker operating mechanism. All manually operating gears shall be so designed that the circuit breaker can be operated by one movement. The mechanism shall be such that the tripping spring can be charged while the circuit breaker is closed and the closing mechanism when charged shall not be operated by vibration caused by the circuit breaker opening under fault conditions. The spring shall be suitable for 4 shot reclosing operation. The mechanism shall be designed for electrical control from remote. Local manual close/trip (lever/button) shall be provided in the mechanism box. 5.2.7 CONTROL CUBICLE ( MECHANISM BOX) : A common control cubicle shall be furnished to house electrical controls, monitoring devices and all other accessories except those which must be located on individual poles. The cubicle shall have IP-55 of gasketed weather proof construction, fabricated from sheet steel minimum 2.5 mm thick. The cubicle shall have front access door with lock and keys, and removable gland plate at the bottom for cable entry. 5.2.8 WIRING & TERMINAL BLOCKS:

5.2.8.1 WIRING : Wiring shall be complete in all respects to ensure proper functioning of the control, protection, monitoring and interlocking schemes. Wiring shall be done with flexible 1100 V grade, PVC insulated, switch board wires with 2.5 sq.mm stranded copper conductor, Wiring between individual poles and control cubicle shall be routed through G.I Conduits. Each wire shall be identified at both ends with permanent markers bearing wire numbers as per wiring diagram. The wiring schematic may conform to relevant standards. Wire termination shall be done with crimping type connectors with insulating sleeves, Wires shall be spliced between terminals. All spare contacts of relays, push buttons auxiliary switches etc. shall be wired upto terminal blocks in the control cubicle. 5.2.8.2 TERMINAL BLOCKS : Terminal blocks shall be 1100V grade, box clamp type (Stud type). Not more than two wires shall be connected to any terminal Spare terminals equal in number to 20% active terminal shall be furnished. Terminal blocks shall be located to allow easy access. Wiring shall be so arranged that

individual wires of an external cable can be connected to constructive terminals. 5.3 NAME /RATING PLATE : CIRCUIT BREAKERS : Each circuit-breaker shall be provided with a name plate or plates legibly and indelibly marked with atleast the following information : a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) NOTE: 1. The word Rated need not appear on the name plate, recognized abbreviations may be used to express the above quantities. When the circuit breaker is fitted with closing and/or tripping devices necessitating an auxiliary supply the nature of the auxiliary supply shall be stated either on the circuit breaker name-plate or in any other acceptable position. CONTROL & RELAY PANELS : Name of manufacturer Type designation and serial number Rated voltage and current. Rated frequency Rated symmetrical breaking capacity Rated making capacity and Rated short-time current and its duration (which shall be either one or three seconds) P.O No. & Date and year of supply APSPDCL Period of Guarantee

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5.4.1. CONSTRUCTION: The Control Panels to house meters, relays and other items as specified in Cl. 5.7. shall be weather proof and vermin proof and of rust-free pressed steel cubicle type with hinged door and locking device. Ventilation louvers shall be provided with GI mesh. The frame shall be made of angle iron or structural steel of sufficient weight and strength to ensure permanent rigidity and alignment. The control panel shall be provided with inter connections, small wiring leads, terminal bolts, fuses, earth bar, multi core cable glands, earth connections etc. The panel should be provided with locking handle with built-in-door lock and the lock shall be provided with duplicate keys. The outdoor panels shall be preferably of the following dimensions: 1750mm 500mm to be adjusted to accommodate relays & instruments but not less than 500mm The exterior of the panels shall be epoxy painted with dark admiral Grey colour and interior should be painted with half white colour. The panel shall be provided with MCBs for AC circuit fuse units for potential Circuit (potential coil connections to static trivector meters etc.) and DC control circuit, Indication circuit etc. The internal wiring of the panels shall be with 2.5 Sq.mm Height Width Depth

1100V grade standard copper PVC insulated wiring of reputed make. The thickness of the sheet steel for the front of the panels (where the meters etc. are fixed) and supporting members of the panels shall be of 3mm and for the other members of the panel sheet steel thickness shall be 2mm. Wherever control panels are fixed to the breaker structure necessary clearance from the ground to read the meters and to operate the switches shall be maintained. The cables from circuit breakers and current transformers to control panels shall be provided. 5.5 PAINTING : Before painting all ungalvansied parts shall be completely cleaned and made free of rust, scale and grease and all external rough surface cavities on casting shall be filled by metal deposition. The interior parts and internal structural steel work shall be cleaned of all scale and rust by sand blasting and given a primary coat and two coats of oil and weather resisting epoxy paint.

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SCHEDULE OF EQUIPMENT

CIRCUIT BREAKERS: Vacuum Circuit breaker complete with suitable epoxy painted steel support structure (with anchor bolts & nuts) for mounting 1 No. circuit breaker - 3 poles, Mechanism box, control and relay panels. NOTE:

1. Earth strips as per relevant Standards shall be provided for proper earthing of equipment 2. Earth bar (suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 x 6 mm Flats) shall be provided on Circuit
breaker support structure. 5.6.2 MECHANISM BOX containing : a) b) Operating mechanism Mechanical indicator for ON and OFF coupled to the circuit breaker operating mechanism. c) Mechanical close and trip ( with protective flap ) lever/push button. d) Terminal blocks for control wiring and a spare terminal block ( with 20% of the active terminals). e) Operation Counter. f) Operating handle for manual charging of springs. g) 2 Nos. cable glands over and above those provided for control cables with suitable dummies. h) Not less than four numbers normally open and four numbers normally close spare auxiliary contacts over and above those required for normal operation. I) 230V single phase AC Motor/Manual operated spring charging mechanism complete with electrical spring release coil, 2Nos. shunt trip coils and 1 No.

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closing coil. Local - Remote selector switch. Earth bar ( suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 X 6mm class ) 6 Nos. Terminal connectors for incoming and outgoing connectors. Set of MCBs for AC and DC supply.

5.7. Control and Relay Panel:- Weather proof, vermin proof control and relay panel mounted on the breaker structure having equipped as follows : a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Digital AC Ammeter to suit the CT ranges 400-200-100/1-1-1A One ammeter selector switch with R, Y, B, Neutral and OFF positions. One Heavy duty pistol grip type control switch for VCB trip/Neutral/Close positions with spring return to neutral position. One Red and one Green LED indicating lamps for indicating Close and Open positions respectively. One white LED Lamp for healthy trip indication with push button control. One white LED lamp for spring charged indication. One No. LED lamp for auto-trip indication. Electro Static/Numeric relays of reputed make with the following features. IDMT relay with 3 poles arranged for O/L and one pole for E/L for with highest instantaneous elements for high fault currents and differential relay for PTR protection. The relays shall be of SPDCL approved make Viz., ABB, Areva, JVS, ERR, Ashida. Two Nos. cable glands (for 4c 2.5 Sq.mm and 2 Nos. suitable for 4c 4 Sq.mm PVC Cable) provided for control CT and PT cables and auxiliary supplies (4C & DC) with suitable dummies. Digital AC Voltmeter with selector switch. One set alarm bell and push button for acceptance of alarm. Necessary LT Fuses/MCBs for control circuit. Set of fine wiring with ferrules with standard code number of respective terminals and with suitable terminal connectors. 230V five pin socket with plug & switch Test terminal block with CT and PT terminals with links for testing ammeter and static trivector meter. Stud terminal blocks (Bolt and nut type) for CT and PT control cables suitably wired with 6 Nos. spare terminals. One suitable copper earth strip of 12x3 mm size with adequate number of holes with suitable nuts and bolts of suitable length The static trivector meter of standard size, flush of panel type shall be provided. The meters shall be of SPDCL approved make Viz. Secure, L&T, Elster.

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Note : All the instruments and relays to be provided on control panel shall be flush mounted. The relays are to be worked on 1A secondary current of Current Transformers and with DC voltage of 24/220V. 5.8 Spares: The list of spares along with part code No. shall be furnished along with prices for the breaker and should be able to supply as and when required by APSPDCL. TESTS : The type, acceptance and routine tests and tests during manufacture, shall be carried out on the vacuum circuit breaker as per the ISS-13118 & IEC 56 and current

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transformers as per ISS 2705 ( with latest revision). 6.1.1. The standards and norms to which these tests will be carried out are listed in ISS mentioned above. 6.1.2. For all type and acceptance tests, the acceptance values shall be the values guaranteed by the supplier in the proforma for Guaranteed Technical Particulars furnished in this specification or acceptance value specified in this specification, whichever is more stringent for that particular test. 6.2. TYPE TESTS:

The circuit breakers shall be fully type tested as per the relevant standard including the type tests mentioned below. The type tests must have been conducted on 33kV Circuit Breakers of same type from independent standard test laboratories not earlier than August 2000 subject to no alternation in design. The bidder shall furnish two sets of type test reports as per relevant standards along with the bid. BIDS WITHOUT THE FOLLOWING TYPE TEST REPORTS WILL BE TREATED AS NON-RESPONSIVE. 6.2.1. TYPE TESTS : 6.2.1.1 CIRCUIT BREAKERS a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Temperature rise test for the main circuits. Measurement of resistance of the main circuit. Operation tests. Mechanical endurance tests. Impulse voltage tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand tests. One minute power frequency voltage wet withstand tests. Tests for short circuit conditions.

6.3 . ACCEPTANCE AND ROUTINE TESTS : 6.3.1. CIRCUIT BREAKERS : a) b) c) d) Measurement of resistance of the main circuits. Operation tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on the circuit breakers. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on auxiliary circuits.

All acceptance and routine tests stipulated in the relevant standards shall be carried out by the supplier in presence of purchasers representative The purchaser reserves the right to insist for witnessing the acceptance/routine testing of the bought out items to pass tests. Tests during manufacture : The Bidder shall furnish details of tests carried out during the process of manufacture and end inspection by the bidder to ensure the desired quality of the equipment to be supplied. 6.4. ADDITIONAL TESTS :

The purchaser reserves the right of having at his own expenses any other tests(s) of reasonable nature carried out at Bidders premises, at site, or in any other place in addition to the aforesaid type, acceptance and routine tests, to satisfy himself that the material comply with the specifications. 6.4.1. In case of failure in any type test, the supplier is required to modify the design of the material and the material shall be type tested again for the modified design, without any extra cost to the purchaser. No delivery extension shall be given for this additional testing. 6.4.2. The entire cost of testing for the acceptance and routine tests and tests during manufacture shall be treated as included in the quoted unit price. 6.5. TEST REPORTS :

6.5.1. Record of routine test reports shall be maintained by the Bidder at his works for periodic inspection by the purchasers representative. 6.5.2. Test certificates of tests conducted during manufacture shall be maintained by the Bidder. These shall be produced for verification as and when desired by the purchaser. 6.6. TEST FACILITIES :

The tests shall be carried out as per relevant Standards and test certificates shall be furnished for approval. The Bidder shall indicate the details of the equipment available with him for carrying out the various tests as per relevant Standards. The bidder shall indicate the sources of all materials. He shall indicate the name of the supplier and make of vacuum interrupters meters relays , conductor, insulating oil, electrical steel laminations constructional steel etc. NOTE : The Meters used for conducting tests shall be calibrated periodically at reputed Government Test Laboratories and test certificates shall be available at works for verification by purchasers representative. Tests as per applicable standards should be carried out in respect of porcelain bushings, galvanization, relays and meters.

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Static Trivector Meters for using on 33KV HV Control VCBs

6.7.1 Three phase 4 wire static trivector meter of class 0.5 S accuracy suitable to work on 110V , AC 50Hz, 1A for balanced and as well as unbalanced loads at all power factors i.e, zerolag-unity-Zero lead to suit to be installed on 33KV HV control panels. The meter should be capable of performing function of metering in all 4 quadrants, load survey etc. The meter shall conform to latest version of CBIP technical report 88/IEC 687 for accuracy and environmental and other relevant standards.

The meter should be capable of measuring the following electric parameters of polyphase supplies in all 4 quadrants at all power factors lagging or leading.

Active energy Reactive energy

Apparent energy Max. demand with date & time Power factor Elapsed time and raising demand kVA/MVA Maximum demand reached so far kVA/MVA MD reset count kVA/MVA Cumulative MD kVA/MVA Display of No. of MD resets Previous 12 Nos. MD values with date & time Recording of missing potential, missing current & reversal of current with date and time Real time and date TOD register Phase Voltages (instantaneous) Phase Current (instantaneous) Tamper and fraud details Self diagnostics Frequency Harmonic content NOTE:i)

kWh/MWh (Import & Export) kVArh/MVArh (lag & lead) (Import & Export) kVAh/MVAh (Import & Export) kVA/MVA (Import & Export)

The parameters KWh, KVArh lag, KVAh, KVArh lead maximum demand and rising demand with elapsed time, average voltage, average current, tamper event if any shall be displayed continuously in cyclic order on the meter to know the above parameters at any instant. The details of (i) Display Parameters (Auto display in cyclic order) (ii) Display Parameters (Push button) (iii) Readout Parameters (through CMRI/ RMR) are specified below:

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At the start of each sequence of display, LCD healthiness anomaly and real time and date shall be displayed. In the absence of power supply , facility for display or meter reading should be available. Display Parameter (Auto display):

1. Complete LCD test 2. Real time & Date 3. Active Energy (Import & Export) 4. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 5. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 6. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time, Import & Export) 7. Rising Demand with elapsed time 8. M.D Reset Count 9. Cumulative M.D 10. Instantaneous Power Factor 11. Line Frequency 12. Self Diagnostic (LCD segment check & battery check) 13. Present status of the tamper (if any) 14. Tamper count

15. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed. 16. No. of events of voltage missing , No. of events of current missing, No. of current reversals and No. of events other tampers 6.7..3 Display Parameter (Push Button): 1. Real Time & Date 2. Active Energy (Import & Export) 3. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 4. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 5. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time) 6. Elapsed Time & Rise in Demand 7. M.D Reset Count 8. Cumulative M.D 9. Previous 12 Nos. M.D Values with Date & Time 10. Instantaneous Power Factor 11. Line Frequency 12. Phase Voltages (Instantaneous) 13. Phase Current (Instantaneous) 14. Number of Tamper events (total). 15. Self Diagnostics (LCD segment check & battery check) 16. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed. 6.7..4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Read out Parameters with CMRI/RMR : Meter Serial Number, Model & Make. All parameters at clause 6.7.3 Energy Registers Billing Registers for last 12 months T.O.D Registers Load Survey Data Tamper & Fraud (all event details with date & time) Self diagnostic details (real time calendar, low battery) Daily kWh readings and KVAh readings at 00:00 Hrs. for the past 36 days to be available in the memory.

The base computer shall give complete details of load survey particulars both in numeric data form and in graphic form. Necessary software for invoking the base computer station should be provided. Parameters required for Load Survey: 1.Phase Voltages (all 3-Phases) 2.Phase Currents (all 3-Phases) 3.KWH (Import) 4.KVAH(Import) 5.KVARH (Import) 6.Average Power Factor 7.M.D. The meter shall be provided with a sealable RS 485 port, 9 pin D-type male connector so that it can be easily connected to a hand held meter reading instrument for data transfer or

subsequently hooked to remote metering device such as modem etc. Necessary protocol software should be loaded into the CMRI and Base computer station of the AP TRANSCO for the purpose of reading and programming the specific make (s) of static meters and accepting data from hand held terminal/CMRI and processing, generating reports and down loading instructions from the base computer station to CMRI respectively. The supplier is responsible for maintaining the security of the data extracted from the meters using manufacturers specific algorithms in the software upto down loading to the base computer station. The meter shall have minimum legible 8 digit display of LCD/LED with another digit for legend. The minimum character height shall be 8mm. The display shall be digital type with non destructive readout memory. The non volatile memory shall have a minimum retention time of 12 years. The meter should be guaranteed for five years for satisfactory operation. 7.0. INSPECTION :

7.1 The purchasers representative shall, at all times, be entitled to have access to the works and at all places of manufacture where equipment offered shall be manufactured and the representative shall have full facilities for unrestricted inspection of the bidders works, raw materials and process of manufacture and conducting necessary tests as detailed herein. 7.2. The Bidder shall keep the purchaser informed in advance of the time of starting and of the progress of manufacture of the offered equipment in its various stages so that arrangements can be made for inspection. 7.3. The supplier shall give 15 days advance intimation to enable the purchaser to depute his representative for witnessing acceptance and routine tests. 7.4. No material shall be dispatched from its point of manufacture before it has been satisfactorily inspected and tested, unless the inspection is waived off, by the purchaser in writing. 7.5. The acceptance of any quantity of material shall in no way relieve the Bidder of any of his responsibilities for meeting all requirements of the specification, and shall not prevent subsequent rejection if such material is later found to be defective. 7.6. The materials offered under a particular lot will be rejected if the materials fail to conform to the standards as specified by the SPDCL. The same procedure will be followed for the next consignment (In case of rejection of 1st lot) and the materials fail to conform to the standards for second time also, the total order will liable for cancellation. 8.0 SPECIAL GURANTEE FOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS I. The circuit breakers shall be guaranteed for satisfactory operation for a period of 18 months from the date of commissioning, including Mechanism Box, and all bushings etc., and vacuum bottle shall be guaranteed for 5 years from date of commissioning.

II. All similar materials are removable parts of similar equipment and shall be interchangeable with each other. 9.0 9.1 QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN: The bidder shall invariably furnish the following information along with his bid, failing which his bid shall be liable for rejection. Information shall be separately given for individual type of material offered. The structure of organization. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system of purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials.

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iv) The system for ensuring quality of workmanship. v) The quality assurance arrangements shall conform to be relevant requirements of ISO 9001 or ISO 9002 as appropriate.

vi) Statement giving list of important raw materials names of sub-suppliers for the raw materials, list of standards according to which the raw materials are tested. List of test normally carried out on raw materials in presence of Bidders representative, copies of test certificates. vii) Information and copies of test certificates as in (vi) above in respect of bought out accessories. viii) List of manufacturing facilities available. ix) Level of automation achieved and list of areas where manual procession exists. x) List of areas in manufacturing process, where stage inspections are normally carried out for quality control and details of such tests and inspections. xi) Lists of testing equipment available with the bidder for final testing of equipment specified and test plant limitation. If any, vis-a-vis the type, special acceptance and routine tests specified in the relevant standards. These limitations shall be very clearly brought out in schedule of deviations from specified test requirements. 9.2 The successful Contractor shall within 30 days of placement of order, submit following information to the purchaser. List of raw materials as well as bought out accessories and the names of sub suppliers selected from those furnished along with offers. Type test certificates of the raw materials and bought out accessories if required by the purchaser. Quality assurance plan (QAP) with hold points for purchasers inspection. The quality assurance plan and purchasers hold points shall be discussed between the purchaser and Contractor before the QAP is finalized.

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The Contractor shall submit the routine test certificates of bought out accessories and central excise asses for raw material at the time of routine testing if required by the purchaser and ensure that the quality assurance requirements of specification are followed by the sub-contractor. 9.3 A) The quality assurance programme shall give a description of the quality system and quality plans with the following details. Quality System : The structure of the organisation. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system for purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials. The system for ensuring quality workmanship. The system for control of documentation. The system for the retention of records. The arrangement for the contractors internal auditing. A list of administration and work procedures required to achieve and verify contracts quality requirements. These procedures shall be made readily available to the purchaser for inspection on request. Quality Plans : An outline of the proposed work and programme sequence. The structure of the contractors organisation for the contract. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. Hold and Notification points. Submission of Engineering documents required by the Specification. The inspection of materials and components on receipt. Reference to the contractors work procedures appropriate to each activity. Inspection during fabrication/Construction. Final inspection and test. DOCUMENTATION :

B) 10.0

10.1 All drawings shall conform to International Standards Organisation (ISO) `A series of drawings sheet/India Standards Specifications IS:656. All drawings shall be in ink and suitable for micro filming. All dimensions and data shall be in S.I.Units. 10.2 LIST OF DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS : The bidder shall furnish four sets of following drawings along with his offer. a. General outline drawing showing plan, elevation and end view dimensions, assembly and constructional drawings of the equipment. b. Name plate & schematic drawings. c. Operation manuals, leafless literature etc. 10.2.1 The successful Bidder shall, within 2 weeks of placement of order, submit three sets of final versions of all the above said drawings for purchasers approval. The purchaser shall communicate his comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier within four weeks. The supplier shall, if necessary, modify the drawings and resubmit three copies of the modified drawings for their approval. The supplier shall within two weeks, submit

23 prints and two good quality report copies of the approved drawings for purchasers use. 10.2.2 Adequate copies of the type test reports, duly approved by the purchaser, shall be submitted by the supplier for distribution before commencement of supply. Adequate copies of acceptance and routine test certificates, duly approved by the purchaser, shall accompany the dispatch consignment. 10.2.3 The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance with the approved drawings and no deviation shall be permitted without the written approval of the purchaser. All manufacturing and fabrication work in connection with the equipment prior to the approval of the drawing shall be at the suppliers risk.

10.2.4 Two set of nicely printed bound volumes of operation, maintenance and erection manuals and approved drawings in English language shall be supplied along with each circuit breaker, in addition to the five sets to be sent directly to the purchaser. 10.2.5 Approval of drawings/work by purchaser shall not relieve the supplier of his responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness and correct interpretation of the drawings for meeting the requirements of the latest revision of application standards, rules and codes of practices. The equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design, workmanship and latest revisions of relevant standards at the time of ordering and purchaser shall have to power to reject any work or materials which, in his judgment is not in full accordance therewith. 11.0 11.1 PACKING & FORWARDING : The equipment shall be packed in crates suitable for vertical/horizontal transport as the case may be, and suitable to withstand handling during transport and outdoor storage during transit. The supplier shall be responsible for any damage to the equipment during transit, due to improper and inadequate packing. The easily damageable material shall be carefully packed and marked with the appropriate caution symbol. Wherever necessary, proper arrangement for lifting, such as lifting hooks etc., shall be provided. Any material found short inside the packing cases shall be supplied immediately by supplier without any extra cost. Each consignment shall be accompanied with a detailed packing list containing the following information. a) b) c) d) e) f) 11.3 Name of the consignee. Details of consignment. Destination. Total weight of consignment Handling and packing instructions. Bill of Material indicating contents of each package.

11.2

The supplier shall ensure that the packing list and bill of material are approved by the purchaser before dispatch. The packing shall be done as per the manufacturers standard practice. However, he

11.4

should ensure the packing is such that, the material should not get damaged during transit by Rail/Road. 11.5 The marking on each package shall be as per the relevant standards and shall also contain APSPDCL. QUANTITY AND DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS : The quantity and delivery requirement are indicated in Section- III of Volume I. 13.0 SUPERVISION SERVICES : The Purchaser will arrange for unloading of the consignments. 14.0 MANDATORY SPARES & TOOLS : The manufacturer shall provide all necessary mandatory spares like fuses, spanners, Breaker cranking handle etc., free of cost. 15.0 TECHNICAL DEVIATIONS : Any deviation in Technical Specification as indicated in Section-III shall be specifically and clearly indicated in the enclosed Technical deviation format as per Annexure II or in the schedule of deviation format Schedule A. 16.0 GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS The Bidder shall furnish the guaranteed Technical Particulars as per Annexure I-A & Annexure I-B enclosed and submit the same with the Tender.

12.0

ANNEXURE-IA TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF 33KV VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl. Characteristics No. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(A). 1. RATED VALUES AND CHARACTERISTICS a. b. c. d. e. f. g. No. of Poles Rated Normal current Rated symmetrical short circuit breaking current (kA) Rated short circuit making current. Opening time and break time. Closing time. Degree of Vacuum maintained in the Vacuum chamber.

2. Minimum Clearance in Air : i. ii. Between poles Between live parts to earth.

3. Whether circuit breaker is trip free. 4. Electrical service life


i) Rated current (times) ii) Rated interruptions current (times) 5. Whether type test reports enclosed. 6. Whether the special guarantee for vacuum bottles for five years is accepted. (B). i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) xv)

Class Rated Voltage Rated Insulation level One minute power frequency withstand voltage Impulse withstand voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage on auxiliary wiring. Rated frequency. Rated cable charging current Rated (Single) capacitor breaking current Rated small inductive breaking current Rated transient recovery current. Rated operating sequence. Gap between the contacts in vacuum. Area of contacts. The voltage to which the circuit breaker shall be

xvi) xvii)

capable of withstanding indefinitely across open contacts. Weight of Complete Circuit Breaker : Operating Mechanism of Circuit Breaker and Associated Equipment.

a) Type of closing mechanism b) No. and type of auxiliary contacts. (No. of spare normally open contacts and no. of spares normally closed contacts are to be indicated.). c) Power requirement : i) Closing Coil. ii) Opening Coil iii) Heaters at different locations (240V-50c/s AC) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ANNEXURE-I-B GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF TRIVECTOR METERS 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Manufacturers name and country Type of class Accuracy of meter Parameters measured P.F.Range a) b) Over load capacity Variation of voltage at which meter functions normally

7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14)

Min. Starting current Dynamic range Display of cumulative MD MD reset provisions Display of No. of MD resets along with date & time No. of digits of display and height of character Particulars of readout a) b) Test terminal block with sealable extended terminal cover Meter terminal block having sealable transparent extended terminal cover

15)

16) 17) 18) 19) 20) 21)

Details of adjustments, compensation provided a) Temperature congestion b) Full load adjustment c) Low load d) Power factor adjustment Non volatile memory Principle of operation Details of rating/ capacities a) Integration periods b) Secondary currents Suitability of three phase 3 wire or three phase 4 wire system a) Remote read out facility provision b) Communication protocol used c) Sealing provision for optical part d) Baud rate of data transmission

22)

Change in errors (Accuracy) due to variation of a) Voltage b) Frequency c) Temperature Tamper and Fraud proof provisions a) Meter reading service and data transfer b) Time of day in FF demand with number of time zones Import / Export features Whether the meter is 4 quadrant meter Guarantee period for satisfactory operation of the meter shall be 5 years.

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24) 25) 26)

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 11KV VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERSWITH CONTROL & RELAY PANELS 1.0 SCOPE: This specification covers the manufacture, assembly, stage testing, inspection and testing before supply and delivery at site of the 11 kV, 3 Pole, 50 Hz Vacuum Circuit Breakers with Control & Relay Panels. It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of the design and construction of equipment. However the equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design and workmanship and shall be capable of performing in continuous commercial operation upto the Bidder's guarantee, in a manner acceptable to the purchaser, who will interpret the meanings of drawings and specification and shall have the power to reject any work or material which, in his judgment is not in accordance there with. The offered equipment shall be complete with all components necessary for their effective and trouble free operation. Such components shall be deemed to be within the scope of Bidder's supply irrespective of whether those are specifically brought out in this specification and/or the commercial order or not. STANDARDS : 2.1 The materials shall conform in all respects to the relevant Indian Standard Specifications/ IEC Standards, with latest amendments indicated below. Indian Standard Title International & Internationally recognized standard IEC 62271-100-1/2001

1.1

2.0

for Circuit ISS-13118/1991 General requirements breakers for voltage above 1000V. ISS-2705/1992 Current Transformers ISS-2099/1986 Bushings for alternating voltages above 1000V. ISS-2633/1964 Methods of testing uniformity of coating of zinc coated articles. ISS-3231/1986 Electrical relays for power system protection ISS-1248/1983 Specification for Ammeters & Voltmeters New insulating oils Electrical Clearances ISS-335/1983 ISS-2147/1962 Degree of protection provided by enclosures for low voltage switchgear & control gear Static Electrical Energy Meters CBIP TRNo.88 ISS 14697/99

IEC 71 (For CTs)

IEC 687 1992 (With Latest amendments)

2.2

CONFLICT OF STANDARDS : Equipment conforming to other internationally accepted standards, which ensure equal or higher quality than the standards mentioned above would also be acceptable. In case the Bidders who wish to offer material conforming to the other standards, salient points of difference between the standards adopted and the specific standards shall be clearly brought out in relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with authentic English Translations, shall be furnished along with the offer. In case of conflict the order of precedence shall be (i) IS (ii) IEC (iii) Other standards. For meters the order of precedence shall be i. CBIP ii. IS iii. IEC iv. Other standards. In case of any difference between provisions of these standards and provisions of this specification, the provisions contained in this specification shall prevail.

3.0

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS : The Vacuum Circuit Breakers to be supplied against this Specification shall be suitable for satisfactory continuous operation under the following climatic conditions. Sl. No. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) Location Max. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Min. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Average daily ambient air temperature (deg.C) Max. Relative Humidity (%) Max. altitude above mean sea level (Meters) Average Annual rainfall (mm). Max. wind pressure(kg/sq.m.) Isoceraunic level (days per year) Seismic level (Horizontal accn.) At various locations in the state of Andhra Pradesh 50 7.5 35 100 1000 925 200 50 0.3 g.

The equipment shall be for use in moderately hot and humid tropical climate, conducive to rust and fungus growth. 4.0 PRINCIPAL PARAMETERS :

a) Parameters for LV Control VCB 4.1 CIRCUIT BERAKERS : LV VCBs Out door Vacuum Porcelain clad (Outdoor) Three 11/12kV 50 Hz Neutral solidly grounded 75 kVp 28 KV(rms)

Service Type No. of Poles/Phases Rated Voltage (Nominal/Max.) Rated frequency System of earthing Impulse withstand Voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage.

Power frequency withstand voltage on Auxiliary circuit: Rated Current Rated breaking Capacity Symmetrical Rated short time withstand current for 3 sec Rating making capacity Total break time Bushing Insulator creepage distance Mounting Operating duty for gang operation. Operating Mechanism

2 kV(rms) 630 A 20 kA 20 kA 2.50/2.55 times Rated breaking Current 5 Cycles(max) Not less than 300mm G.I. Structure O-0.3sec.-CO-3min.-CO. Motor operated/Manual spring charged. The standard DC voltage for the operating devices shall be 24V DC. Operation Voltage for motor spring charging mechanism shall be 240 V AC single phase. Normally the breaker shall be operated by power and there shall be provision for manual operation Aluminium suitable for PANTHER conductor The limits of temperature rise shall be in accordance with relevant standard (IEC 62271) The maximum difference between instants of contact touching during closing and the maximum difference between the instant of contacts separation during opening between 3 poles shall not exceed one half cycle of the rated frequency. The breaker shall open and close simultaneously on all the three phases for fault on any phase and or on all the phases The breakers shall be provided with 3 over current (30/L) and one earth fault (IE/L) IDMT relays. The following auxiliary relays are to be provided for power transformers protection. a) BUCHOLTZ ALARAM b) OLTC BUCHOLTZ ALARAM c) WINDING TEMP./OIL TEMP. HIGH ALARM The following shall be 2 NO+2 NC contacts & Hand reset type d) OLTC BUCHOLTZ RELAY TRIP

Terminal connector Material (for outdoor) Limits of temperature rise Requirement of simultaniety of poles

Protection

Note : Over current settings ranging from 50% to 200% in steps of 25% and ground trip settings ranging from 20% to 80% in steps of 10%.

4.2 Auxiliary Electrical equipment shall be suitable for operation on the following supply system.

Power devices (drive motors) and 240V single phase-4 wire 50c/s. and lighting lighting neutral grounded AC supply. DC supply 24V DC ungrounded 2wire The above supply voltage may vary as indicated below and all devices shall be suitable for continuous operation over the entire range of voltages.

AC Supply DC Supply

Voltage +10% to -20% : Frequency +/-5% +10% to -15%.

4.3

SUPPLY POINT: Auxiliary power supplies listed above will be made available to each circuit breaker as given below. AC Supply DC Supply MCB ( Miniature Circuit Breaker) Single feeder Single feeder Shall be provided at the circuit breaker for each incoming AC supply. For DC supply double pole MCB shall be provided ( with different colours for easy identification).

5.0

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS :

CIRCUIT BREAKERS : The maximum temperature in any part of the equipment at specified rating shall not exceed the permissible limits as stipulated in the relevant standards. The equipment shall be capable of withstanding the dynamic and thermal stresses of listed short circuit current without any damage or deterioration. The safety clearances of all live parts of the equipment shall be as per relevant standards. All equipment, accessories and wiring shall have tropical protection, involving special treatment of metal and insulation against fungus, insects and corrosion

5.1

TYPE AND DUTY

The circuit breaker shall be outdoor, 11 kV, 3-pole, vacuum type having internal isolation without any sequential interlock. The duty of the circuit breaker shall involve satisfactory interruption of short circuit currents as listed in principal parameters. The breaker shall be capable of interruption of reactive current (lagging/leading) without under /over voltage

5.3

CONSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES :

5.3.1

GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS :

The circuit breaker shall have fixed type construction consisting three single identical poles, complete with a gang operated sealed porcelain housing conforming to IP-65 protection conforming to relevant standards. All three poles of circuit breaker shall be linked together electrically/mechanically to ensure simultaneous closing of all poles. The trip free operating mechanism, 3 phase inter connection links shall be completely accommodated in the base. There shall be sufficient clearance between live parts of the circuit breakers and the ground. The circuit breaker shall be complete with operating mechanism, other accessories/materials to ensure complete assembly and proper functioning. The current transformers structure shall be provided externally for mounting CTs on the supporting structure integrated with circuit breaker structure. The CT structure shall be proved with slotted holes to fix the CTs of any make. Terminal connectors suitable for panther conductor should be supplied for Circuit Breakers.. The circuit breaker shall be provided with proper standard earthing and with terminal earth bar for earthing connection.

Note : Neither the circuit breaker nor any part of the switchgear or its supporting structures shall be permanently strained due to vibration etc., when making or breaking the rated short circuit currents. The details of any device incorporated in the circuit breakers to limit or control the rate of restriking voltage across the circuit breaking contacts shall be stated. The vacuum interrupter assembly used in the circuit breakers shall be interchangeable with indigenously available vacuum interrupters (make and type shall be mentioned). 5.2.2 MAIN CONTACTS AND ARC QUENCHING CHAMBER:

The main contacts shall have adequate area and contact pressure for carrying rated continuous and short time currents without excessive heating liable to cause pitting and welding. The tips of the arcing & main contacts shall be heavily silver plated. The contacts that are adjustable to allow for wear, shall be easily replaceable and shall have minimum moveable part and adjustments. The arc-quenching device shall be of robust construction and shall not require any critical adjustments. The devices shall be easily accessible and removable for access to the breaker contacts. 5.2.3 INTERLOCK :

All electrical and mechanical interlocks, which are necessary for safe and satisfactory operation of the circuit breaker, shall be furnished. It is intended that before lockout occurs the breaker shall be in trip position. 5.2.4 AUXILIARY CONTACTS:

Each breaker shall be provided with Four (4) normally open and Four (4) normally closed electrically separate spare Auxiliary contacts in addition to those required for its own operation and indication exclusively for purchasers use. The auxiliary contacts shall be convertible type so that normally open contacts can be converted into normally close contact and vice verse at site. The auxiliary contacts shall be rated for 10A for AC and 5A for DC 5.2.5 INSULATORS :

Bushing insulator for circuit Breakers shall comply wherever possible with relevant standard for High voltage porcelain bushings. Insulators shall be wet process porcelain, brown glazed and free from all blemishes. Ferrous metal parts and hardware shall be hot-dip galvanised. Insulator shall have adequate mechanical strength and rigidity to withstand the duty involved. When operated at maximum system voltage there shall be no electrical discharge. Shielding rings, if necessary, shall be provided. Insulation shall be coordinated with basic impulse level of the system. The creepage distance shall correspond to heavily polluted atmosphere. 5.3 OPERATING MECHANISM :

The operating mechanism shall be motor operated/ manual operated spring closing with trip free features complete with shunt trip coils. All three poles of the breaker shall operate simultaneously, It shall operate in such a way that the closing springs after each closing operation are automatically charged by the motor and locked in the charged position by a latch. Means shall be provided to charge the springs manually also. Provision shall be made for slow closing of VCB without spring charging. The springs shall get charged within appropriate time to facilitate auto-reclosing operations. The mechanism to be operated for the reclosing operations should the circuit breaker trip. The contact loading spring shall be designed in such a way that the contact bounce is eliminated and it shall be ensured and the opening stroke is commenced only from fully closed position. All the breakers shall be suitable for manual operation as well as slow closing without spring charging. Anti pumping device shall be incorporated. Operation counter and mechanically operated indicator to show whether the circuit breaker is open or closed shall be provided on the circuit breaker operating mechanism. All manually operating gear shall be so designed that the circuit breaker can be operated by one movement. The mechanism shall be such that the tripping spring can be charged while the circuit breaker is closed and the closing mechanism when charged shall not be operated by vibration caused by the circuit breaker opening under fault conditions. The spring shall be suitable for 4 shot reclosing operation. The mechanism shall be designed for electrical control from remote. Local manual close/trip (lever/button) shall be provided in the mechanism box.

5.4

CONTROL CUBICLE (MECHANISM BOX) FOR OUTDOOR VCBS : A common control cubicle shall be furnished to house electrical controls, monitoring devices and all other accessories except those, which must be located on individual poles. The cubicle shall have IP-55 of gasketed whether proof construction, fabricated from sheet steel minimum 2.5 mm thick. The cubicle shall have front access door with lock and keys, and removable gland plate at the bottom for cable entry.

5.5 5.5.1

WIRING & TERMINAL BLOCKS: WIRING : Wiring shall be complete in all respects to ensure proper functioning of the control, protection, monitoring and interlocking schemes. Wiring shall be done with flexible 1100 V grade, PVC insulated, switchboard wires with 2.5 sq.mm stranded copper conductor, and Wiring between individual poles and control cubicle shall be routed through G.I Conduits. Each wire shall be identified at both ends with permanent markers bearing wire numbers as per wiring diagram. The wiring schematic may conform to relevant standards. Wire termination shall be done with crimping type connectors with insulating sleeves. Wires shall be spliced between terminals. All spare contacts of relays, push buttons auxiliary switches etc. shall be wired upto terminal blocks in the control cubicle.

5.5.2 TERMINAL BLOCKS : Terminal blocks shall be 1100 V grade, box clamp type (Stud type). Not more than two wires shall be connected to any terminal Spare terminals equal in number to 20% active terminal shall be furnished. Terminal blocks shall be located to allow easy access. Wiring shall be so arranged that individual wires of an external cable can be connected to constructive terminals. 5.6 NAME /RATING PLATE : CIRCUIT BREAKERS : Each circuit-breaker shall be provided with a name plate or plates legibly and indelibly marked with atleast the following information a) b) c) d) Name of manufacturer Type designation and serial number Rated voltage and current. Rated frequency

e) f) g) h) i)

Rated symmetrical breaking capacity Rated making capacity and Rated short-time current and its duration (which shall be either one or three seconds) P.O No. & Date and year of supply Period of warranty.

NOTE: 1. The word Rated need not appear on the nameplate. Recognized abbreviations may be used to express the above quantities. 2. When the circuit breaker is fitted with closing and/or tripping devices necessitating an auxiliary supply the nature of the auxiliary supply shall be stated either on the circuit breaker nameplate or in any other acceptable position. 3. The words A.P. Southern Power Distribution Company, Tirupati must be etched on the nameplate. 5.7 5.7.1 CONTROL & RELAY PANELS : CONSTRUCTION: The Control Panels to house meters, relays and other items as specified in Cl. 5.8.3. shall be weather proof and vermin proof and of rust-free pressed steel cubicle type with hinged door and locking device. Ventilation louvers shall be provided with GI mesh. The frame shall be made of angle iron or structural steel of sufficient weight and strength to ensure permanent rigidity and alignment. The control panel shall be provided with inter connections, small wiring leads, terminal bolts, fuses, earth bar, multi core cable glands, earth connections etc. The panel should be provided with locking handle with built-indoor lock and the lock shall be provided with duplicate keys. The outdoor panels shall be preferably of the following dimensions: Height 1750mm Width 500mm Depth to be adjusted to accommodate relays & relays instruments but not less than 500mm. The exterior of the panels shall be epoxy painted with dark admiral Grey colour and interior should be painted with half white colour. The panel shall be provided with MCBs for AC circuit fuse units for potential Circuit (potential coil connections to static trivector meters etc.) and DC control circuit, Indication circuit etc. The internal wiring of the panels shall be with 2.5 Sq.mm 1100V grade standard copper PVC insulated wiring of reputed make. The thickness of the sheet steel for the front of the panels (where the meters etc. are fixed) and supporting members of the panels shall be of 3mm and for the other members of the panel sheet steel thickness shall be 2mm. Wherever control panels are fixed to the breaker structure necessary clearance from the ground to read the meters and to operate the switches shall be maintained. The cables from circuit breakers and current transformers to control panels shall be provided.

5.7.2

PAINTING : Before painting all ungalvansied parts shall be completely cleaned and made free of rust, scale and grease and all external rough surface cavities on casting shall be filled by metal deposition. The interior parts and internal structural steel work shall be cleaned of all scale and rust by sand blasting and given a primary coat and two coats of oil and weather resisting epoxy paint. All external surface shall receive a minimum of 3 coats of paint. The paint shall be guaranteed for 5 years from the date of receipt of material.

5.8

SCHEDULE OF EQUIPMENT

a) Schedule of material for LV Control VCBs 5.8.1 CIRCUIT BREAKERS: The Circuit breaker complete with suitable epoxy painted steel support structure (with anchor bolts & nuts) for outdoor shall have 1 No. Vacuum Circuit Breaker - 3 poles, Mechanism box, control and relay panels.

NOTE: Earth strips as per relevant Standards shall be provided for proper earthing of equipment Earth bar of copper (suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 x 6 mm Flats) shall be provided on Circuit breaker support structure. 9. Connecting cable from breaker to control panel are to be provided. 3.1 For LV breakers, from Breaker to control panel 10 core cable of 10 m length, suitably housed in a PVC flexible pipe. 3.2 Size of control cable is 2.5 sq.mm (armourded copper cable) 5.8.2 MECHANISM BOX CONTAINING : a) Operating mechanism b) Mechanical indicator for ON and OFF coupled to the circuit breaker operating mechanism. c) Mechanical close and trip ( with protective flap ) lever/push button. d) Terminal blocks for control wiring and a spare terminal block (with 20% of the active terminals). e) Operation Counter. f) Operating handle for manual charging of springs. g) 2 Nos. cable glands over and above those provided for control cables with suitable dummies. h) Not less than four numbers normally open and four numbers normally close spare auxiliary contacts over and above those required for normal operation. i) 240V single phase AC Motor/Manual operated spring charging mechanism complete with electrical spring release coil, 2Nos. shunt trip coils and 1No. closing coil. j) Local - Remote selector switch. k) Earth bar ( suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 X 6mm class )

7. 8.

l) 6 Nos. Terminal connectors for incoming and outgoing connectors for outdoor VCB. m) Set of 2 pole MCBs for AC and DC supply with different colours. n) 1 No. EE/ABB/Jyoti make Anti-pumping relay 5.8.3 CONTROL AND RELAY PANEL: Weather proof, vermin proof control and relay panel mounted on the breaker structure having equipped as follows: a) Digital type CT Operated AC Ammeter to suit the CT ranges 600-300-/1-1-0.5775A and 400-200-100/1-1A. b) One ammeter selector switch with R, Y, B, Neutral and OFF positions. c) One Heavy duty pistol grip type control switch for VCB trip/Neutral/Close positions with spring return to neutral position. d) One Red and one Green LED indicating lamps for indicating Close and Open positions respectively. e) One LED yellow Lamp for healthy trip indication with push button control. f) One white LED lamp for spring charged indication. g) One No. LED lamp for auto-trip indication. h) One three phase 4 wire Static Trivector meter class 0.5 S accuracy suitable scaled to work on 110 V AC 50 Hz, 1 A to suit the CT ranges indicated in 11 KV LV control VCBs with optical port shall be provided. The meters shall be of SPDCL approved make viz., Secure /L&T/Elster. i) Electro Static/Numerical relays of reputed make with the following features. IDMT relay with 3poles arranged for O/L and one pole for E/L with high set instantaneous elements for high fault currents for 11kV LV control VCBs. The relays shall be of SPDCL approved make viz., ABB, Areva, JVS, ERR, Ashida. j) Two Nos. cable glands over and above those provided for control CT and PT cables, control circuit cables and auxiliary supplies (AC & DC) with suitable dummies. k) Digital type AC Voltmeter with selector switch for 11 kV LV control VCBs. l) One set alarm bell and push button for acceptance of alarm. m) Necessary LT Fuses/MCBs for control circuit. Set of fine wiring with ferrules with standard code number of respective terminals and with suitable terminal connectors. n) 240V five pin socket with plug & switch o) Test terminal block with CT and PT terminals with links for testing ammeter and static trivector meter. p) Stud terminal blocks (Bolt and nut type) for CT and PT control cables suitably wired with 6 Nos. spare terminals. q) One suitable copper earth strip of 12x3 mm size of suitable length with adequate number of holes with suitable nuts and bolts for outdoor VCB. Note: 1. All the instruments and relays to be provided on control panel shall be flush mounted. The relays are to be worked on one amp secondary current of Current Transformers and with DC voltage of 24/220V. 2. All the indicating meters (Ammeter, Voltmeter, MW meter and MVAR meter) shall be of 144 x 144 size and standard make. The indicating meters shall be preferable of AE/IMP make. 3. 1 No. push button for trip circuit for healthy check up

4. 1 No. plug point with switch (10 A, 230 V AC) 5. 1 No. Illuminator lamp with switch (40W, 230 VAC) (Compact Flourcent tube) 6. 1 No. panel space heater with heater switch thermostat 5.9 Spares: The list of spares along with part code No. shall be furnished along with prices for the breaker and should be supplied as and when required. 6.0 TYPE TESTS: The circuit breakers shall be fully type tested by the bidder as per the relevant standard including the type tests mentioned below. The type tests must have been conducted on 11kV Circuit Breakers and current transformers from recognized NABL accreditated test laboratories not earlier than August 2000 subject to no alternation in design. The bidder shall furnish two sets of type test reports as per relevant standards along with the bid. BIDS WITHOUT THE FOLLOWING TYPE TEST REPORTS WILL BE TREATED AS NON-RESPONSIVE. 6.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) CIRCUIT BREAKERS : IS13118/IEC62271 Temperature rise test for the main circuits. Measurement of resistance of the main circuit. Operation tests. Mechanical endurance tests. Impulse voltage tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand tests. One minute power frequency voltage wet withstand tests. Tests for short circuit conditions. Tests for short time current.

6.2 ACCEPTANCE AND ROUTINE TESTS : 6.2.1. CIRCUIT BREAKERS : a) b) c) d) Measurement of resistance of the main circuits. Operation tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on the circuit breakers. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on auxiliary circuits.

All acceptance and routine tests stipulated in the relevant standards shall be carried out by the supplier in presence of purchasers representative The purchaser reserves the right to insist for witnessing the acceptance/routine testing of the bought out items to pass tests. Tests during manufacture : The Bidder shall furnish details of tests carried out during the process of manufacture and end inspection by the bidder to ensure the desired quality of the equipment to be supplied. 6.3 6.3.1 ADDITIONAL TESTS : The purchaser reserves the right of having at his own expenses any other tests(s) of

reasonable nature carried out at Bidders premises, at site, or in any other place in addition to the aforesaid type, acceptance and routine tests, to satisfy himself that the material comply with the specifications. 6.3.2 In case of failure in any type test, the supplier is required to modify the design of the material and the material shall be type tested again for the modified design, without any extra cost to the purchaser. No delivery extension shall be given for this additional testing. The entire cost of testing for the acceptance and routine tests and tests during manufacture shall be treated as included in the quoted unit price. TEST REPORTS / TEST CERTIFICATES: Record of routine test reports shall be maintained by the Bidder at his works for periodic inspection by the purchasers representative. Test certificates of tests conducted during manufacture shall be maintained by the Bidder. These shall be produced for verification as and when desired by the purchaser. TEST FACILITIES : The tests shall be carried out as per relevant Standards and test certificates shall be furnished for approval. The Bidder shall indicate the details of the equipment available with him for carrying out the various tests as per relevant Standards. The bidder shall indicate the sources of all materials. He shall indicate the name of the supplier and make of vacuum interrupters, meters, relays, conductor, insulating oil, electrical steel laminations constructional steel etc. NOTE : The Meters used for conducting tests shall be calibrated periodically at reputed Government Accreditated Test Laboratories and test certificates shall be available at works for verification by purchasers representative. Tests as per applicable standards should be carried out in respect of porcelain bushings, galvanization, relays and meters. Static Trivector Meters for using on 11KV LV Control of VCBs

6.3.3 6.4 6.4.1

6.4.2

6.5

6.6.

6.6.1. Three phase 4 wire static trivector meter of class 0.5 S accuracy suitable to work on 110V , AC 50Hz, 1A for balanced and as well as unbalanced loads at all power factors i.e, zerolag-unity-Zero lead to suit to be installed on 11KV outdoor LV Control panels. The meter should be capable of performing function of metering in all 4 quadrants, load survey etc. The meter shall conform to latest version of CBIP technical report 88/IEC 687 for accuracy and environmental and other relevant standards. The meter should be capable of measuring the following electric parameters of polyphase supplies in all 4 quadrants at all power factors lagging or leading.

Active energy Reactive energy

kWh/MWh (Import & Export) kVArh/MVArh (lag & lead) (Import & Export)

Apparent energy kVAh/MVAh (Import & Export) Max. demand with date & time kVA/MVA (Import & Export) Power factor Elapsed time and raising demand kVA/MVA Maximum demand reached so far kVA/MVA MD reset count kVA/MVA Cumulative MD kVA/MVA Display of No. of MD resets Previous 12 Nos. MD values with date & time Recording of missing potential, missing current & reversal of current with date and time Real time and date TOD register Phase Voltages (instantaneous) Phase Current (instantaneous) Tamper and fraud details Self diagnostics Frequency Harmonic content NOTE:i) The parameters KWh, KVArh lag, KVAh, KVArh lead maximum demand and rising demand with elapsed time, average voltage, average current, tamper event if any shall be displayed continuously in cyclic order on the meter to know the above parameters at any instant. The details of (i) Display Parameters (Auto display in cyclic order) (ii) Display Parameters (Push button) (iii) Readout Parameters (through CMRI/ RMR) are specified below:

iii) iv) 6.6.2

At the start of each sequence of display, LCD healthiness anomaly and real time and date shall be displayed. In the absence of power supply , facility for display or meter reading should be available. Display Parameter (Auto display):

1. Complete LCD test 2. Real time & Date 3. Active Energy (Import & Export) 4. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 5. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 6. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time, Import & Export) 7. Rising Demand with elapsed time 8. M.D Reset Count 9. Cumulative M.D 10. Instantaneous Power Factor 11. Line Frequency 12. Self Diagnostic (LCD segment check & battery check) 13. Present status of the tamper (if any) 14. Tamper count 15. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed. 16. No. of events of voltage missing , No. of events of current missing, No. of current

6.6.3

reversals and No. of events other tampers Display Parameter (Push Button):

1. Real Time & Date 2. Active Energy (Import & Export) 3. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 4. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 5. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time) 6. Elapsed Time & Rise in Demand 7. M.D Reset Count 8. Cumulative M.D 9. Previous 12 Nos. M.D Values with Date & Time 10. Instantaneous Power Factor 11. Line Frequency 12. Phase Voltages (Instantaneous) 13. Phase Current (Instantaneous) 14. Number of Tamper events (total). 15. Self Diagnostics (LCD segment check & battery check) 16. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed.

6.6.4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Read out Parameters with CMRI/RMR : Meter Serial Number, Model & Make. All parameters at clause 6.6.3 Energy Registers Billing Registers for last 12 months T.O.D Registers Load Survey Data Tamper & Fraud (all event details with date & time) Self diagnostic details (real time calendar, low battery) Daily kWh readings and KVAh readings at 00:00 Hrs. for the past 36 days to be available in the memory.

The base computer shall give complete details of load survey particulars both in numeric data form and in graphic form. Necessary software for invoking the base computer station should be provided. Parameters required for Load Survey: 1.Phase Voltages (all 3-Phases) 2.Phase Currents (all 3-Phases) 3.KWH (Import) 4.KVAH(Import) 5.KVARH (Import) 6.Average Power Factor 7.M.D. The meter shall be provided with a sealable RS 485 port, 9 pin D-type male connector so that it can be easily connected to a hand held meter reading instrument for data transfer or subsequently hooked to remote metering device such as modem etc. Necessary protocol software should be loaded into the CMRI and Base computer station of the AP TRANSCO for the purpose of reading and programming the specific make (s) of static meters and accepting

data from hand held terminal/CMRI and processing, generating reports and down loading instructions from the base computer station to CMRI respectively. The supplier is responsible for maintaining the security of the data extracted from the meters using manufacturers specific algorithms in the software upto down loading to the base computer station. The meter shall have minimum legible 8 digit display of LCD/LED with another digit for legend. The minimum character height shall be 8mm. The display shall be digital type with non destructive readout switch. The non volatile memory shall have a minimum retention time of 12 years. The meter should be guaranteed for five years for satisfactory operation. 7.0 INSPECTION :

7.1 The purchasers representative shall, at all times, be entitled to have access to the works and at all places of manufacture where equipment offered shall be manufactured and the representative shall have full facilities for unrestricted inspection of the bidders works, raw materials and process of manufacture and conducting necessary tests as detailed herein. 7.7. The Bidder shall keep the purchaser informed in advance of the time of starting and of the progress of manufacture of the offered equipment in its various stages so that arrangements can be made for inspection. 7.8. The supplier shall give 15 days advance intimation to enable the purchaser to depute his representative for witnessing acceptance and routine tests. 7.9. No material shall be dispatched from its point of manufacture before it has been satisfactorily inspected and tested, unless the inspection is waived off, by the purchaser in writing. 7.10. The acceptance of any quantity of material shall in no way relieve the Bidder of any of his responsibilities for meeting all requirements of the specification, and shall not prevent subsequent rejection if such material is later found to be defective. 7.11. The materials offered under a particular lot will be rejected if the materials fail to conform to the standards as specified by the SPDCL. The same procedure will be followed for the next consignment (In case of rejection of 1st lot) and the materials fail to conform to the standards for second time also, the total order will liable for cancellation. NOTE FOR FOREIGN BIDDERS : The bidder shall indicate the name(s) of reputed inspection agencies and the inspection charges clearly for each lot. The inspection charges will be borne by the purchaser. However the purchaser reserves the right to appoint at its cost any inspection agency to carry out the inspection. 8.0 SPECIAL GURANTEE FOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS

The circuit breakers shall be guaranteed for satisfactory operation for a period of 18 months from the date of commissioning , including Mechanism Box, and all bushings etc.,.Vacuum bottle shall be guaranteed for 5 years from date of commissioning All similar materials are removable parts of similar equipment and shall be interchangeable with each other. 9.0 9.1 QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN: The bidder shall invariably furnish the following information along with his bid, failing which his bid shall be liable for rejection. Information shall be separately given for individual type of material offered. The structure of organization. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system of purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials.

i) ii) iii)

iv) The system for ensuring quality of workmanship. v) The quality assurance arrangements shall conform to be relevant requirements of ISO 9001 or ISO 9002 as appropriate.

vi) Statement giving list of important raw materials names of sub-suppliers for the raw materials, list of standards according to which the raw materials are tested. List of test normally carried out on raw materials in presence of Bidders representative, copies of test certificates. vii) Information and copies of test certificates as in (vi) above in respect of bought out accessories. viii) List of manufacturing facilities available. ix) Level of automation achieved and list of areas where manual procession exists. x) List of areas in manufacturing process, where stage inspections are normally carried out for quality control and details of such tests and inspections. xi) Lists of testing equipment available with the bidder for final testing of equipment specified and test plant limitation. If any, vis-a-vis the type, special acceptance and routine tests specified in the relevant standards. These limitations shall be very clearly brought out in schedule of deviations from specified test requirements. 9.2 The successful Contractor shall within 30 days of placement of order, submit following information to the purchaser. List of raw materials as well as bought out accessories and the names of sub suppliers selected from those furnished along with offers. Type test certificates of the raw materials and bought out accessories if required by the

iv.

v.

purchaser. vi. Quality assurance plan (QAP) with hold points for purchasers inspection. The quality assurance plan and purchasers hold points shall be discussed between the purchaser and Contractor before the QAP is finalized. The Contractor shall submit the routine test certificates of bought out accessories and central excise asses for raw material at the time of routine testing if required by the purchaser and ensure that the quality assurance requirements of specification are followed by the sub-contractor. The quality assurance programme shall give a description of the quality system and quality plans with the following details. Quality System : The structure of the organisation. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system for purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials. The system for ensuring quality workmanship. The system for control of documentation. The system for the retention of records. The arrangement for the contractors internal auditing. A list of administration and work procedures required to achieve and verify contracts quality requirements. These procedures shall be made readily available to the purchaser for inspection on request. Quality Plans : An outline of the proposed work and programme sequence. The structure of the contractors organisation for the contract. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. Hold and Notification points. Submission of Engineering documents required by the Specification. The inspection of materials and components on receipt. Reference to the contractors work procedures appropriate to each activity. Inspection during fabrication/Construction. Final inspection and test. DOCUMENTATION :

9.3 A)

B) 10.0

10.2 All drawings shall conform to International Standards Organisation (ISO) `A series of drawings sheet/India Standards Specifications IS:656. All drawings shall be in ink and suitable for micro filming. All dimensions and data shall be in S.I.Units. 10.2 LIST OF DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS : The bidder shall furnish four sets of following drawings along with his offer. d. General outline drawing showing plan, elevation and end view dimensions, assembly and constructional drawings of the equipment. e. Name plate & schematic drawings. f. Operation manuals, leafless literature etc.

10.2.6 The successful Bidder shall, within 2 weeks of placement of order, submit three sets of final versions of all the above said drawings for purchasers approval. The purchaser shall communicate his comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier within four weeks. The supplier shall, if necessary, modify the drawings and resubmit three copies of the modified drawings for their approval. The supplier shall within two weeks, submit 23 prints and two good quality report copies of the approved drawings for purchasers use. 10.2.7 Adequate copies of the type test reports, duly approved by the purchaser, shall be submitted by the supplier for distribution before commencement of supply. Adequate copies of acceptance and routine test certificates, duly approved by the purchaser, shall accompany the dispatch consignment. 10.2.8 The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance with the approved drawings and no deviation shall be permitted without the written approval of the purchaser. All manufacturing and fabrication work in connection with the equipment prior to the approval of the drawing shall be at the suppliers risk. 10.2.9 Two set of nicely printed bound volumes of operation, maintenance and erection manuals and approved drawings in English language shall be supplied along with each circuit breaker, in addition to the five sets to be sent directly to the purchaser. 10.2.10 Approval of drawings/work by purchaser shall not relieve the supplier of his responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness and correct interpretation of the drawings for meeting the requirements of the latest revision of application standards, rules and codes of practices. The equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design, workmanship and latest revisions of relevant standards at the time of ordering and purchaser shall have to power to reject any work or materials which, in his judgment is not in full accordance therewith. 11.0 11.6 PACKING & FORWARDING : The equipment shall be packed in crates suitable for vertical/horizontal transport as the case may be, and suitable to withstand handling during transport and outdoor storage during transit. The supplier shall be responsible for any damage to the equipment during transit, due to improper and inadequate packing. The easily damageable material shall be carefully packed and marked with the appropriate caution symbol. Wherever necessary, proper arrangement for lifting, such as lifting hooks etc., shall be provided. Any material found short inside the packing cases shall be supplied immediately by supplier without any extra cost. Each consignment shall be accompanied with a detailed packing list containing the following information. a) b) c) d) e) f) Name of the consignee. Details of consignment. Destination. Total weight of consignment Handling and packing instructions. Bill of Material indicating contents of each package.

11.7

11.8

The supplier shall ensure that the packing list and bill of material are approved by the purchaser before dispatch. The packing shall be done as per the manufacturers standard practice. However, he should ensure the packing is such that, the material should not get damaged during transit by Rail/Road. The marking on each package shall be as per the relevant standards and shall also contain APSPDCL. QUANTITY AND DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS : The quantity and delivery requirement are indicated in Section- III of Volume I.

11.9

11.10 12.0

13.0

SUPERVISION SERVICES : The Purchaser will arrange for unloading of the consignments.

14.0

MANDATORY SPARES & TOOLS : The manufacturer shall provide all necessary mandatory spares like fuses, spanners, Breaker cranking handle etc., free of cost.

15.0

TECHNICAL DEVIATIONS : Any deviation in Technical Specification as indicated in Section-III shall be specifically and clearly indicated in the enclosed Technical deviation format as per Annexure II or in the schedule of deviation format Schedule A.

17.0

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS The Bidder shall furnish the guaranteed Technical Particulars as per Annexure I-A & Annexure I-B enclosed and submit the same with the Tender. ANNEXURE-I - A GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF 11kV VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl. CHARACTERISTICS No. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(A). 1. RATED VALUES AND CHARACTERISTICS a. b. c. d. No. of Poles Rated Normal current Rated symmetrical short circuit breaking current (kA) Rated short circuit making current.

e. Opening time and break time. f. Closing time. g. Degree of Vacuum maintained in the Vacuum chamber. 2. Minimum Clearance in Air: i. ii. Between poles Between live parts to earth.

10. Whether circuit breaker is trip free. 11. Electrical service life
i. Rated current (times) iii) Rated interruptions current (times) 12. Whether type test reports enclosed. 13. Whether the special guarantee for vacuum bottles for five years is accepted. (B). i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) xvii) Class Rated Voltage Rated Insulation level One minute power frequency withstand voltage Impulse withstand voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage on auxiliary wiring. Rated frequency. Rated cable charging current Rated (Single) capacitor breaking current Rated small inductive breaking current Rated short circuit making current Rated duration of short circuit Rated transient recovery current. Rated operating sequence. Gap between the contacts in vacuum. Area of contacts. The voltage to which the circuit breaker shall be capable of withstanding indefinitely across open contacts. Weight of Complete Circuit Breaker : Operating Mechanism of Circuit Breaker and Associated Equipment.

xviii) xix)

d) Type of closing mechanism e) No. and type of auxiliary contacts. (No. of spare normally open contacts and no. of spares normally closed contacts are to be indicated.). f) Power requirement : iv) Closing Coil. v) Opening Coil

vi) Heaters at different locations (240V-50c/s AC) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ANNEXURE-I-B GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF TRIVECTOR METERS 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Markers name and country Type of class Accuracy meter Parameters measured P.F.Range a) b) Over load capacity Variation of voltage at which meter functions normally

7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14)

Min. Starting current Dynamic range Display of cumulative MD MD reset provisions Display of No.of MD resets along with date & time No.of digits of display and height of character Particulars of readout a) b) Test terminal block with sealable extended terminal cover Meter terminal block having sealable transparent extended terminal cover

15)

16) 17) 18) 19)

Details of adjustments, compensation provided e) Temperature congestion f) Full load adjustment g) Low load h) Power factor adjustment Non volatile memory Principle of operation Details of rating/ capacities a) b) Integration periods Secondary currents

20) 21)

Suitability of three phase 3 wire or three phase 4 wire system a) b) Remote read out facility provision Communication protocol used

c) e) 22)

Sealing provision for optical part Baud rate of data transmission

Change in errors (Accuracy) due to variation of d) Voltage e) Frequency f) Temperature Tamper and Fraud proof provisions c) Meter reading service and data transfer d) Time of day in FF demand with number of time zones Import / Export features Whether the meter is 4 quadrant meter Guarantee period for satisfactory operation of the meter shall be 5 years.

23)

24) 25) 26)

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 11KV VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH CONTROL & RELAY PANELS 1.0 SCOPE: This specification covers the manufacture, assembly, stage testing, inspection and testing before supply and delivery at site of the 11 kV, 3 Pole, 50 Hz Vacuum Circuit Breakers with Control & Relay Panels. It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of the design and construction of equipment. However the equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design and workmanship and shall be capable of performing in continuous commercial operation upto the Bidder's guarantee, in a manner acceptable to the purchaser, who will interpret the meanings of drawings and specification and shall have the power to reject any work or material which, in his judgment is not in accordance there with. The offered equipment shall be complete with all components necessary for their effective and trouble free operation. Such components shall be deemed to be within the scope of Bidder's supply irrespective of whether those are specifically brought out in this specification and/or the commercial order or not. STANDARDS : 2.1 The materials shall conform in all respects to the relevant Indian Standard Specifications/ IEC Standards, with latest amendments indicated below. Indian Standard Title International & Internationally recognized standard IEC 62271-100-1/2001

1.1

2.0

for Circuit ISS-13118/1991 General requirements breakers for voltage above 1000V. ISS-2705/1992 Current Transformers ISS-2099/1986 Bushings for alternating voltages above 1000V. ISS-2633/1964 Methods of testing uniformity of coating of zinc coated articles. ISS-3231/1986 Electrical relays for power system protection ISS-1248/1983 Specification for Ammeters & Voltmeters New insulating oils Electrical Clearances ISS-335/1983 ISS-2147/1962 Degree of protection provided by enclosures for low voltage switchgear & control gear Static Electrical Energy Meters CBIP TRNo.88 ISS 14697/99

IEC 71 (For CTs)

IEC 687 1992 (With Latest amendments)

2.2

CONFLICT OF STANDARDS : Equipment conforming to other internationally accepted standards, which ensure equal or higher quality than the standards mentioned above would also be acceptable. In case the Bidders who wish to offer material conforming to the other standards, salient points of difference between the standards adopted and the specific standards shall be clearly

brought out in relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with authentic English Translations, shall be furnished along with the offer. In case of conflict the order of precedence shall be (i) IS (ii) IEC (iii) Other standards. For meters the order of precedence shall be i. CBIP ii. IS iii. IEC iv. Other standards. In case of any difference between provisions of these standards and provisions of this specification, the provisions contained in this specification shall prevail. 3.0 CLIMATIC CONDITIONS : The Vacuum Circuit Breakers to be supplied against this Specification shall be suitable for satisfactory continuous operation under the following climatic conditions. Sl. No. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) Location Max. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Min. ambient air temperature (deg.C) Average daily ambient air temperature (deg.C) Max. Relative Humidity (%) Max. altitude above mean sea level (Meters) Average Annual rainfall (mm). Max. wind pressure(kg/sq.m.) Isoceraunic level (days per year) Seismic level (Horizontal accn.) At various locations in the state of Andhra Pradesh 50 7.5 35 100 1000 925 200 50 0.3 g.

The equipment shall be for use in moderately hot and humid tropical climate, conducive to rust and fungus growth. b) Parameters for Feeder Control 4.1 CIRCUIT BERAKERS : Feeder VCBs Service Type No. of Poles/Phases Rated Voltage (Nominal/Max.) Rated frequency System of earthing Impulse withstand Voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage. Power frequency withstand voltage on Auxiliary circuit: Rated Current Rated breaking Capacity Symmetrical Rated short time withstand current for 3 sec Rating making capacity Total break time Out door Vacuum Porcelain clad (Outdoor) Three 11/12kV 50 Hz Neutral solidly grounded 75 kVp 28 KV(rms) 2 kV(rms) 630 A 20 kA 20 kA 2.50/2.55 times Rated breaking Current 5 Cycles(max)

Bushing Insulator creepage distance Mounting Operating duty for gang operation. Operating Mechanism

Not less than 300mm G.I.Structure O-0.3sec.-CO-3min.-CO. Motor operated/Manual spring charged. The standard DC voltage for the operating devices shall be 24V DC. Operation Voltage for motor spring charging mechanism shall be 240 V AC single phase. Normally the breaker shall be operated by power and there shall be provision for manual operation Aluminium suitable for PANTHER conductor The limits of temperature rise shall be in accordance with relevant standard (IEC 62271) The maximum difference between instants of contact touching during closing and the maximum difference between the instant of contacts separation during opening between 3 poles shall not exceed one half cycle of the rated frequency. The breaker shall open and close simultaneously on all the three phases for fault on any phase and or on all the phases The Breakers shall be provided with 2 Over current (2O/L) and one Earth fault (1 E/L) IDMT relays with high set Instantaneous elements with Anti pumping relay.

Terminal connector Material (for outdoor) Limits of temperature rise Requirement of simultaniety of poles

Protection

Note : Over current settings ranging from 50% to 200% in steps of 25% and ground trip settings ranging from 20% to 80% in steps of 10%. The relays shall be with IDMT (Inverse Definite Minimum Time) characteristics and also with high set instantaneous elements for high fault currents in case of feeder VCBs and shall comply with relevant standard. The accuracy class of relays shall be clearly specified as per ISS. 4.2 Auxiliary Electrical equipment shall be suitable for operation on the following supply system.

Power devices (drive motors) and lighting DC supply

240V single phase-4 wire 50c/s. and lighting neutral grounded AC supply. 24V DC ungrounded 2wire

The above supply voltage may vary as indicated below and all devices shall be suitable for continuous operation over the entire range of voltages. AC Supply DC Supply Voltage +10% to -20% : Frequency +/-5% +10% to -15%.

4.3

SUPPLY POINT : Auxiliary power supplies listed above will be made available to each circuit breaker as given below. AC Supply DC Supply MCB ( Miniature Circuit Breaker) Single feeder Single feeder Shall be provided at the circuit breaker for each incoming AC supply. For DC supply double pole MCB shall be provided ( with different colours for easy identification).

5.0

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS :

CIRCUIT BREAKERS : The maximum temperature in any part of the equipment at specified rating shall not exceed the permissible limits as stipulated in the relevant standards. The equipment shall be capable of withstanding the dynamic and thermal stresses of listed short circuit current without any damage or deterioration. The safety clearances of all live parts of the equipment shall be as per relevant standards. All equipment, accessories and wiring shall have tropical protection, involving special treatment of metal and insulation against fungus, insects and corrosion 5.1 TYPE AND DUTY

The circuit breaker shall be outdoor, 11 kV, 3-pole, vacuum type having internal isolation without any sequential interlock. The duty of the circuit breaker shall involve satisfactory interruption of short circuit currents as listed in principal parameters. The breaker shall be capable of interruption of reactive current (lagging/leading) without under /over voltage 5.4 5.4.1 CONSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES : GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS :

The circuit breaker shall have fixed type construction consisting three single identical poles, complete with a gang operated sealed porcelain housing conforming to IP-65 protection conforming to relevant standards. All three poles of circuit breaker shall be linked together electrically/mechanically to ensure simultaneous closing of all poles. The trip free operating mechanism, 3 phase inter connection links shall be completely accommodated in the base. There shall be sufficient clearance between live parts of the circuit breakers and the ground. The circuit breaker shall be complete with operating mechanism, other accessories/materials to ensure complete assembly and proper functioning. The Current Transformer structure shall be provided externally for mounting CTs on the supporting structure integrated with circuit breaker structure. The CT structure shall be provided with slotted holes to fix the CTs of any make. Terminal connectors suitable for panther conductor should be supplied for Circuit Breakers. The circuit breaker shall be

provided with proper standard earthing and with terminal earth bar for earthing connection.

Note : Neither the circuit breaker nor any part of the switchgear or its supporting structures shall be permanently strained due to vibration etc., when making or breaking the rated short circuit currents. The details of any device incorporated in the circuit breakers to limit or control the rate of restriking voltage across the circuit breaking contacts shall be stated. The vacuum interrupter assembly used in the circuit breakers shall be interchangeable with indigenously available vacuum interrupters (make and type shall be mentioned). 5.2.2 MAIN CONTACTS AND ARC QUENCHING CHAMBER:

The main contacts shall have adequate area and contact pressure for carrying rated continuous and short time currents without excessive heating liable to cause pitting and welding. The tips of the arcing & main contacts shall be heavily silver plated. The contacts that are adjustable to allow for wear, shall be easily replaceable and shall have minimum moveable part and adjustments. The arc-quenching device shall be of robust construction and shall not require any critical adjustments. The devices shall be easily accessible and removable for access to the breaker contacts. 5.2.3 INTERLOCK :

All electrical and mechanical interlocks, which are necessary for safe and satisfactory operation of the circuit breaker, shall be furnished. It is intended that before lockout occurs the breaker shall be in trip position.

5.2.4 AUXILIARY CONTACTS: Each breaker shall be provided with Four (4) normally open and Four (4) normally closed electrically separate spare Auxiliary contacts in addition to those required for its own operation and indication exclusively for purchasers use. The auxiliary contacts shall be convertible type so that normally open contacts can be converted into normally close contact and vice verse at site. The auxiliary contacts shall be rated for 10A for AC and 5A for DC

5.2.5

INSULATORS :

Bushing insulator for circuit Breakers shall comply wherever possible with relevant standard for High voltage porcelain bushings.

Insulators shall be wet process porcelain, brown glazed and free from all blemishes. Ferrous metal parts and hardware shall be hot-dip galvanised. Insulator shall have adequate mechanical strength and rigidity to withstand the duty involved. When operated at maximum system voltage there shall be no electrical discharge. Shielding rings, if necessary, shall be provided. Insulation shall be coordinated with basic impulse level of the system. The creepage distance shall correspond to heavily polluted atmosphere. 5.3 OPERATING MECHANISM :

The operating mechanism shall be motor operated/ manual operated spring closing with trip free features complete with shunt trip coils. All three poles of the breaker shall operate simultaneously, It shall operate in such a way that the closing springs after each closing operation are automatically charged by the motor and locked in the charged position by a latch. Means shall be provided to charge the springs manually also. Provision shall be made for slow closing of VCB without spring charging. The springs shall get charged within appropriate time to facilitate auto-reclosing operations. The mechanism to be operated for the reclosing operations should the circuit breaker trip. The contact loading spring shall be designed in such a way that the contact bounce is eliminated and it shall be ensured and the opening stroke is commenced only from fully closed position. All the breakers shall be suitable for manual operation as well as slow closing without spring charging. Anti pumping device shall be incorporated. Operation counter and mechanically operated indicator to show whether the circuit breaker is open or closed shall be provided on the circuit breaker operating mechanism. All manually operating gear shall be so designed that the circuit breaker can be operated by one movement. The mechanism shall be such that the tripping spring can be charged while the circuit breaker is closed and the closing mechanism when charged shall not be operated by vibration caused by the circuit breaker opening under fault conditions. The spring shall be suitable for 4 shot reclosing operation. The mechanism shall be designed for electrical control from remote. Local manual close/trip (lever/button) shall be provided in the mechanism box. 5.4 CONTROL CUBICLE (MECHANISM BOX) FOR OUTDOOR VCBS : A common control cubicle shall be furnished to house electrical controls, monitoring devices and all other accessories except those, which must be located on individual poles. The cubicle shall have IP-55 of gasketed whether proof construction, fabricated from sheet steel minimum 2.5 mm thick. The cubicle shall have front access door with lock and keys, and removable gland plate at the bottom for cable entry. 5.5 WIRING & TERMINAL BLOCKS:

5.5.1

WIRING : Wiring shall be complete in all respects to ensure proper functioning of the control, protection, monitoring and interlocking schemes. Wiring shall be done with flexible 1100 V grade, PVC insulated, switchboard wires with 2.5 sq.mm stranded copper conductor, and Wiring between individual poles and control cubicle shall be routed through G.I Conduits. Each wire shall be identified at both ends with permanent markers bearing wire numbers as per wiring diagram. The wiring schematic may conform to relevant standards. Wire termination shall be done with crimping type connectors with insulating sleeves. Wires shall be spliced between terminals. All spare contacts of relays, push buttons auxiliary switches etc. shall be wired upto terminal blocks in the control cubicle.

5.5.2 TERMINAL BLOCKS : Terminal blocks shall be 1100 V grade, box clamp type (Stud type). Not more than two wires shall be connected to any terminal Spare terminals equal in number to 20% active terminal shall be furnished. Terminal blocks shall be located to allow easy access. Wiring shall be so arranged that individual wires of an external cable can be connected to constructive terminals. 5.6 NAME /RATING PLATE : CIRCUIT BREAKERS : Each circuit-breaker shall be provided with a name plate or plates legibly and indelibly marked with atleast the following information a) b) c) d) e) f) g) j) k) Name of manufacturer Type designation and serial number Rated voltage and current. Rated frequency Rated symmetrical breaking capacity Rated making capacity and Rated short-time current and its duration (which shall be either one or three seconds) P.O No. & Date and year of supply Period of warranty.

NOTE: 4. The word Rated need not appear on the nameplate. Recognized abbreviations may be used to express the above quantities. 5. When the circuit breaker is fitted with closing and/or tripping devices necessitating an auxiliary supply the nature of the auxiliary supply shall be stated either on the circuit breaker nameplate or in any other acceptable position.

6. The words A.P. Southern Power Distribution Company, Tirupati must be etched on the nameplate. 5.7 5.7.2 CONTROL & RELAY PANELS : CONSTRUCTION: The Control Panels to house meters, relays and other items as specified in Cl. 5.8.3. shall be weather proof and vermin proof and of rust-free pressed steel cubicle type with hinged door and locking device. Ventilation louvers shall be provided with GI mesh. The frame shall be made of angle iron or structural steel of sufficient weight and strength to ensure permanent rigidity and alignment. The control panel shall be provided with inter connections, small wiring leads, terminal bolts, fuses, earth bar, multi core cable glands, earth connections etc. The panel should be provided with locking handle with built-indoor lock and the lock shall be provided with duplicate keys. The outdoor panels shall be preferably of the following dimensions: Height 1750mm Width 500mm Depth to be adjusted to accommodate relays & relays instruments but not less than 500mm. The exterior of the panels shall be epoxy painted with dark admiral Grey colour and interior should be painted with half white colour. The panel shall be provided with MCBs for AC circuit fuse units for potential Circuit (potential coil connections to static trivector meters etc.) and DC control circuit, Indication circuit etc. The internal wiring of the panels shall be with 2.5 Sq.mm 1100V grade standard copper PVC insulated wiring of reputed make. The thickness of the sheet steel for the front of the panels (where the meters etc. are fixed) and supporting members of the panels shall be of 3mm and for the other members of the panel sheet steel thickness shall be 2mm. Wherever control panels are fixed to the breaker structure necessary clearance from the ground to read the meters and to operate the switches shall be maintained. The cables from circuit breakers and current transformers to control panels shall be provided.

5.7.2

PAINTING : Before painting all ungalvansied parts shall be completely cleaned and made free of rust, scale and grease and all external rough surface cavities on casting shall be filled by metal deposition. The interior parts and internal structural steel work shall be cleaned of all scale and rust by sand blasting and given a primary coat and two coats of oil and weather resisting epoxy paint. All external surface shall receive a minimum of 3 coats of paint. The paint shall be

guaranteed for 5 years from the date of receipt of material. 5.8 SCHEDULE OF EQUIPMENT

Schedule of material for feeder control VCBs 5.8.1 CIRCUIT BREAKERS: The Circuit breaker complete with suitable epoxy painted steel support structure (with anchor bolts & nuts) for outdoor shall have 1 No. Vacuum Circuit Breaker - 3 poles, Mechanism box, control and relay panels. NOTE:

14. Earth strips as per relevant Standards shall be provided for proper earthing of equipment 15. Earth bar of copper (suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 x 6 mm Flats) shall be provided on
Circuit breaker support structure.

16. Connecting cable from breaker to control panel are to be provided.


3.1 For feeder breakers, Breaker to control panel 10 core cable of 10 m length, suitably housed in a PVC flexible pipe. 3.2 Size of control cable is 2.5 sq.mm (armourded copper cable) 5.8.2 MECHANISM BOX CONTAINING : a) Operating mechanism b) Mechanical indicator for ON and OFF coupled to the circuit breaker operating mechanism. c) Mechanical close and trip ( with protective flap ) lever/push button. d) Terminal blocks for control wiring and a spare terminal block (with 20% of the active terminals). e) Operation Counter. f) Operating handle for manual charging of springs. g) 2 Nos. cable glands over and above those provided for control cables with suitable dummies. h) Not less than four numbers normally open and four numbers normally close spare auxiliary contacts over and above those required for normal operation. 240V single phase AC Motor/Manual operated spring charging mechanism complete with electrical spring release coil, 2Nos. shunt trip coils and 1 No. closing coil. j) Local - Remote selector switch. k) Earth bar ( suitable for termination of 2 Nos. 50 X 6mm class ) l) 6 Nos. Terminal connectors for incoming and outgoing connectors for outdoor VCB. m) Set of 2 pole MCBs for AC and DC supply with different colours. n) 1 No. EE/ABB/Jyoti make Anti-pumping relay 5.8.3 CONTROL AND RELAY PANEL: Weather proof, vermin proof control and relay panel mounted on the breaker structure having equipped as follows: a) b) c) Digital type CT Operated AC Ammeter to suit the CT ranges 400-200-100/1-1A. One ammeter selector switch with R, Y, B, Neutral and OFF positions. One Heavy duty pistol grip type control switch for VCB trip/Neutral/Close positions with i)

spring return to neutral position. One Red and one Green LED indicating lamps for indicating Close and Open positions respectively. e) One LED yellow Lamp for healthy trip indication with push button control. f) One white LED lamp for spring charged indication. g) One No. LED lamp for auto-trip indication. h) One three phase 4 wire Static Trivector meter class 0.5 S accuracy suitable scaled to work on 110 V AC 50 Hz, 1 A to suit the CT ranges indicated in 11 KV feeder control VCBs with optical port shall be provided. The meters shall be of SPDCL approved make viz., Secure, L&T, Elster. i) Electro Static/Numerical relays of reputed make with the following features. IDMT relay with 2poles arranged for O/L and one pole for E/L with high set instantaneous elements for high fault currents for 11kV feeder control VCBs. The relays shall be of SPDCL approved make viz., ABB, Areva, JVS, ERR, Ashida. l) Two Nos. cable glands over and above those provided for control CT and PT cables, control circuit cables and auxiliary supplies (AC & DC) with suitable dummies. m) Digital type AC Voltmeter with selector switch for 11 KV feeder control VCBs. n) One set alarm bell and push button for acceptance of alarm. o) Necessary LT Fuses/MCBs for control circuit. Set of fine wiring with ferrules with standard code number of respective terminals and with suitable terminal connectors. p) 240V five pin socket with plug & switch q) Test terminal block with CT and PT terminals with links for testing ammeter and static trivector meter. d) r) Stud terminal blocks (Bolt and nut type) for CT and PT control cables suitably wired with 6 Nos. spare terminals. s) One suitable copper earth strip of 12x3 mm size with adequate number of holes with suitable nuts and bolts for outdoor VCB. Note: 7. All the instruments and relays to be provided on control panel shall be flush mounted. The relays are to be worked on one amp secondary current of Current Transformers and with DC voltage of 24/220V. 8. All the indicating meters (Ammeter, Voltmeter, MW meter and MVAR meter) shall be of 144 x 144 size and standard make. The indicating meters shall be preferable of AE/IMP make. 9. 1 No. push button for trip circuit for healthy check up 10. 1 No. plug point with switch (10 A, 230 V AC) 11. 1 No. Illuminator lamp with switch (40W, 230 VAC) (Compact Flourcent tube) 12. 1 No. panel space heater with heater switch thermostat 5.9 Spares: The list of spares along with part code No. shall be furnished along with prices for the breaker. 6.0 TYPE TESTS: The circuit breakers shall be fully type tested by the bidder as per the relevant standard including the type tests mentioned below. The type tests must have been conducted on 11kV Circuit Breakers and current transformers from recognized NABL accreditated test laboratories not earlier than August 2000 subject to no alternation in design. The bidder shall furnish two sets of type test reports as per relevant standards along with the bid.

BIDS WITHOUT THE FOLLOWING TYPE TEST REPORTS WILL BE TREATED AS NON-RESPONSIVE. 6.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) CIRCUIT BREAKERS : IS13118/IEC62271 Temperature rise test for the main circuits. Measurement of resistance of the main circuit. Operation tests. Mechanical endurance tests. Impulse voltage tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand tests. One minute power frequency voltage wet withstand tests. Tests for short circuit conditions. Tests for short time current.

6.2 ACCEPTANCE AND ROUTINE TESTS : 6.2.1. CIRCUIT BREAKERS : a) b) c) d) Measurement of resistance of the main circuits. Operation tests. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on the circuit breakers. One minute power frequency voltage dry withstand test on auxiliary circuits. All acceptance and routine tests stipulated in the relevant standards shall be carried out by the supplier in presence of purchasers representative The purchaser reserves the right to insist for witnessing the acceptance/routine testing of the bought out items to pass tests. Tests during manufacture : The Bidder shall furnish details of tests carried out during the process of manufacture and end inspection by the bidder to ensure the desired quality of the equipment to be supplied. 6.3 6.3.1 ADDITIONAL TESTS : The purchaser reserves the right of having at his own expenses any other tests(s) of reasonable nature carried out at Bidders premises, at site, or in any other place in addition to the aforesaid type, acceptance and routine tests, to satisfy himself that the material comply with the specifications. In case of failure in any type test, the supplier is required to modify the design of the material and the material shall be type tested again for the modified design, without any extra cost to the purchaser. No delivery extension shall be given for this additional testing. The entire cost of testing for the acceptance and routine tests and tests during manufacture shall be treated as included in the quoted unit price. TEST REPORTS / TEST CERTIFICATES: Record of routine test reports shall be maintained by the Bidder at his works for periodic

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6.4 6.4.3

inspection by the purchasers representative. 6.4.4 6.5 Test certificates of tests conducted during manufacture shall be maintained by the Bidder. These shall be produced for verification as and when desired by the purchaser. TEST FACILITIES : The tests shall be carried out as per relevant Standards and test certificates shall be furnished for approval. The Bidder shall indicate the details of the equipment available with him for carrying out the various tests as per relevant Standards. The bidder shall indicate the sources of all materials. He shall indicate the name of the supplier and make of vacuum interrupters, meters, relays, conductor, insulating oil, electrical steel laminations constructional steel etc. NOTE : The Meters used for conducting tests shall be calibrated periodically at reputed Government Accreditated Test Laboratories and test certificates shall be available at works for verification by purchasers representative. Tests as per applicable standards should be carried out in respect of porcelain bushings, galvanization, relays and meters. 6.6. Static Trivector Meters for using on 11KV Feeders with VCBs

6.6.1. Three phase 4 wire static trivector meter of class 0.5 S accuracy suitable to work on 110V , AC 50Hz, 1A for balanced and as well as unbalanced loads at all power factors i.e, zerolag-unity-Zero lead to suit to be installed on 11KV outdoor feeder. The meter should be capable of performing function of metering in all 4 quadrants, load survey etc. The meter shall conform to latest version of CBIP technical report 88/IEC 687 for accuracy and environmental and other relevant standards. The meter should be capable of measuring the following electric parameters of polyphase supplies in all 4 quadrants at all power factors lagging or leading. Active energy Reactive energy kWh/MWh (Import & Export) kVArh/MVArh (lag & lead) (Import & Export) kVAh/MVAh (Import & Export) kVA/MVA (Import & Export)

Apparent energy Max. demand with date & time Power factor Elapsed time and raising demand kVA/MVA Maximum demand reached so far kVA/MVA MD reset count kVA/MVA Cumulative MD kVA/MVA Display of No. of MD resets Previous 12 Nos. MD values with date & time Recording of missing potential, missing current & reversal of current with date and time Real time and date TOD register Phase Voltages (instantaneous) Phase Current (instantaneous)

Tamper and fraud details Self diagnostics Frequency Harmonic content NOTE:i) The parameters KWh, KVArh lag, KVAh, KVArh lead maximum demand and rising demand with elapsed time, average voltage, average current, tamper event if any shall be displayed continuously in cyclic order on the meter to know the above parameters at any instant. The details of (i) Display Parameters (Auto display in cyclic order) (ii) Display Parameters (Push button) (iii) Readout Parameters (through CMRI/ RMR) are specified below:

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At the start of each sequence of display, LCD healthiness anomaly and real time and date shall be displayed. In the absence of power supply , facility for display or meter reading should be available. Display Parameter (Auto display):

6.6.3

17. Complete LCD test 18. Real time & Date 19. Active Energy (Import & Export) 20. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 21. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 22. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time, Import & Export) 23. Rising Demand with elapsed time 24. M.D Reset Count 25. Cumulative M.D 26. Instantaneous Power Factor 27. Line Frequency 28. Self Diagnostic (LCD segment check & battery check) 29. Present status of the tamper (if any) 30. Tamper count 31. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed. 32. No. of events of voltage missing , No. of events of current missing, No. of current reversals and No. of events other tampers Display Parameter (Push Button): 17. Real Time & Date 18. Active Energy (Import & Export) 19. Reactive Energy (Import & Export) 20. Apparent Energy(Import & Export) 21. Maximum Demand (Occurrence, Date &Time) 22. Elapsed Time & Rise in Demand 23. M.D Reset Count 24. Cumulative M.D 25. Previous 12 Nos. M.D Values with Date & Time 26. Instantaneous Power Factor 27. Line Frequency 28. Phase Voltages (Instantaneous)

29. Phase Current (Instantaneous) 30. Number of Tamper events (total). 31. Self Diagnostics (LCD segment check & battery check) 32. Phase association must be indicated. Any abnormalities in connections shall be displayed. 6.6.4 Read out Parameters with CMRI/RMR : 10. Meter Serial Number, Model & Make. 11. All parameters at clause 6.6.3 12. Energy Registers 13. Billing Registers for last 12 months 14. T.O.D Registers 15. Load Survey Data 16. Tamper & Fraud (all event details with date & time) 17. Self diagnostic details (real time calendar, low battery) 18. Daily kWh readings and KVAh readings at 00:00 Hrs. for the past 36 days to be available in the memory. The base computer shall give complete details of load survey particulars both in numeric data form and in graphic form. Necessary software for invoking the base computer station should be provided. Parameters required for Load Survey: 1.Phase Voltages (all 3-Phases) 2.Phase Currents (all 3-Phases) 3.KWH (Import) 4.KVAH(Import) 5.KVARH (Import) 6.Average Power Factor 7.M.D. The meter shall be provided with a sealable RS 485 port, 9 pin D-type male connector so that it can be easily connected to a hand held meter reading instrument for data transfer or subsequently hooked to remote metering device such as modem etc. Necessary protocol software should be loaded into the CMRI and Base computer station of the AP TRANSCO for the purpose of reading and programming the specific make (s) of static meters and accepting data from hand held terminal/CMRI and processing, generating reports and down loading instructions from the base computer station to CMRI respectively. The supplier is responsible for maintaining the security of the data extracted from the meters using manufacturers specific algorithms in the software upto down loading to the base computer station. The meter shall have minimum legible 8 digit display of LCD/LED with another digit for legend. The minimum character height shall be 8mm. The display shall be digital type with non destructive readout switch. The non volatile memory shall have a minimum retention time of 12 years. The meter should be guaranteed for five years for satisfactory operation.

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INSPECTION :

7.1 The purchasers representative shall, at all times, be entitled to have access to the works and at all places of manufacture where equipment offered shall be manufactured and the representative shall have full facilities for unrestricted inspection of the bidders works, raw materials and process of manufacture and conducting necessary tests as detailed herein. 7.12. The Bidder shall keep the purchaser informed in advance of the time of starting and of the progress of manufacture of the offered equipment in its various stages so that arrangements can be made for inspection. 7.13. The supplier shall give 15 days (for Group A & B suppliers)/30 days (for Group C Suppliers) advance intimation to enable the purchaser to depute his representative for witnessing acceptance and routine tests. 7.14. No material shall be dispatched from its point of manufacture before it has been satisfactorily inspected and tested, unless the inspection is waived off, by the purchaser in writing. 7.15. The acceptance of any quantity of material shall in no way relieve the Bidder of any of his responsibilities for meeting all requirements of the specification, and shall not prevent subsequent rejection if such material is later found to be defective. 7.16. The materials offered under a particular lot will be rejected if the materials fail to conform to the standards as specified by the SPDCL. The same procedure will be followed for the next consignment (In case of rejection of 1st lot) and the materials fail to conform to the standards for second time also, the total order will liable for cancellation. NOTE FOR FOREIGN BIDDERS : The bidder shall indicate the name(s) of reputed inspection agencies and the inspection charges clearly for each lot. The inspection charges will be borne by the purchaser. However the purchaser reserves the right to appoint at its cost any inspection agency to carry out the inspection. 8.0 i. SPECIAL GURANTEE FOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS The circuit breakers shall be guaranteed for satisfactory operation for a period of 18 months from the date of commissioning , including Mechanism Box, and all bushings etc.,. Vacuum bottle shall be guaranteed for 5 years from date ofcommissioning. All similar materials are removable parts of similar equipment and shall be interchangeable with each other. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN: The bidder shall invariably furnish the following information along with his bid, failing which his bid shall be liable for rejection. Information shall be separately given for individual type of material offered. The structure of organization.

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The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system of purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials.

iv) The system for ensuring quality of workmanship. v) The quality assurance arrangements shall conform to be relevant requirements of ISO 9001 or ISO 9002 as appropriate.

vi) Statement giving list of important raw materials names of sub-suppliers for the raw materials, list of standards according to which the raw materials are tested. List of test normally carried out on raw materials in presence of Bidders representative, copies of test certificates. vii) Information and copies of test certificates as in (vi) above in respect of bought out accessories. viii) List of manufacturing facilities available. ix) Level of automation achieved and list of areas where manual procession exists. x) List of areas in manufacturing process, where stage inspections are normally carried out for quality control and details of such tests and inspections. xi) Lists of testing equipment available with the bidder for final testing of equipment specified and test plant limitation. If any, vis-a-vis the type, special acceptance and routine tests specified in the relevant standards. These limitations shall be very clearly brought out in schedule of deviations from specified test requirements. 9.2 vii. The successful Contractor shall within 30 days of placement of order, submit following information to the purchaser. List of raw materials as well as bought out accessories and the names of sub suppliers selected from those furnished along with offers. Type test certificates of the raw materials and bought out accessories if required by the purchaser. Quality assurance plan (QAP) with hold points for purchasers inspection. The quality assurance plan and purchasers hold points shall be discussed between the purchaser and Contractor before the QAP is finalized. The Contractor shall submit the routine test certificates of bought out accessories and central excise asses for raw material at the time of routine testing if required by the purchaser and ensure that the quality assurance requirements of specification are followed by the sub-contractor. The quality assurance programme shall give a description of the quality system and quality plans with the following details. Quality System : The structure of the organisation. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. The system for purchasing, taking delivery and verification of materials. The system for ensuring quality workmanship.

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B) 10.0

The system for control of documentation. The system for the retention of records. The arrangement for the contractors internal auditing. A list of administration and work procedures required to achieve and verify contracts quality requirements. These procedures shall be made readily available to the purchaser for inspection on request. Quality Plans : An outline of the proposed work and programme sequence. The structure of the contractors organisation for the contract. The duties and responsibilities assigned to staff ensuring quality of work. Hold and Notification points. Submission of Engineering documents required by the Specification. The inspection of materials and components on receipt. Reference to the contractors work procedures appropriate to each activity. Inspection during fabrication/Construction. Final inspection and test. DOCUMENTATION :

10.3 All drawings shall conform to International Standards Organisation (ISO) `A series of drawings sheet/India Standards Specifications IS:656. All drawings shall be in ink and suitable for micro filming. All dimensions and data shall be in S.I.Units. 10.2 LIST OF DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS : The bidder shall furnish four sets of following drawings along with his offer. g. General outline drawing showing plan, elevation and end view dimensions, assembly and constructional drawings of the equipment. h. Name plate & schematic drawings. i. Operation manuals, leafless literature etc. 10.2.11 The successful Bidder shall, within 2 weeks of placement of order, submit three sets of final versions of all the above said drawings for purchasers approval. The purchaser shall communicate his comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier within four weeks. The supplier shall, if necessary, modify the drawings and resubmit three copies of the modified drawings for their approval. The supplier shall within two weeks, submit 23 prints and two good quality report copies of the approved drawings for purchasers use. 10.2.12 Adequate copies of the type test reports, duly approved by the purchaser, shall be submitted by the supplier for distribution before commencement of supply. Adequate copies of acceptance and routine test certificates, duly approved by the purchaser, shall accompany the dispatch consignment. 10.2.13 The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance with the approved drawings and no deviation shall be permitted without the written approval of the purchaser. All manufacturing and fabrication work in connection with the equipment prior to the approval of the drawing shall be at the suppliers risk. 10.2.14 Two set of nicely printed bound volumes of operation, maintenance and erection manuals and approved drawings in English language shall be supplied along with each circuit breaker, in addition to the five sets to be sent directly to the purchaser. 10.2.15 Approval of drawings/work by purchaser shall not relieve the supplier of his responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness and correct interpretation of the

drawings for meeting the requirements of the latest revision of application standards, rules and codes of practices. The equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design, workmanship and latest revisions of relevant standards at the time of ordering and purchaser shall have to power to reject any work or materials which, in his judgment is not in full accordance therewith. 11.0 PACKING & FORWARDING : 11.11 The equipment shall be packed in crates suitable for vertical/horizontal transport as the case may be, and suitable to withstand handling during transport and outdoor storage during transit. The supplier shall be responsible for any damage to the equipment during transit, due to improper and inadequate packing. The easily damageable material shall be carefully packed and marked with the appropriate caution symbol. Wherever necessary, proper arrangement for lifting, such as lifting hooks etc., shall be provided. Any material found short inside the packing cases shall be supplied immediately by supplier without any extra cost. 11.12 Each consignment shall be accompanied with a detailed packing list containing the following information. a) b) c) d) e) f) 11.13 Name of the consignee. Details of consignment. Destination. Total weight of consignment Handling and packing instructions. Bill of Material indicating contents of each package.

The supplier shall ensure that the packing list and bill of material are approved by the purchaser before dispatch. 11.14 The packing shall be done as per the manufacturers standard practice. However, he should ensure the packing is such that, the material should not get damaged during transit by Rail/Road. 11.15 The marking on each package shall be as per the relevant standards and shall also contain APSPDCL. 12.0 13.0 QUANTITY AND DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS : The quantity and delivery requirement are indicated in Section- III of Volume I. SUPERVISION SERVICES : The Purchaser will arrange for unloading of the consignments. 14.0 MANDATORY SPARES & TOOLS : The manufacturer shall provide all necessary mandatory spares like fuses, spanners, Breaker cranking handle etc., free of cost. 15.0 TECHNICAL DEVIATIONS : Any deviation in Technical Specification as indicated in Section-III shall be specifically and clearly indicated in the enclosed Technical deviation format as per Annexure II or in the schedule of deviation format Schedule A.

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GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS The Bidder shall furnish the guaranteed Technical Particulars as per Annexure I-A & Annexure I-B enclosed and submit the same with the Tender. ANNEXURE-I - A GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF 11kV VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl. CHARACTERISTICS No. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(A). 1. RATED VALUES AND CHARACTERISTICS a. b. c. d. e. f. g. No. of Poles Rated Normal current Rated symmetrical short circuit breaking current (kA) Rated short circuit making current. Opening time and break time. Closing time. Degree of Vacuum maintained in the Vacuum chamber.

2. Minimum Clearance in Air: i. ii. 3. 4. iv) v) 5. 6. (B). i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) Between poles Between live parts to earth. Whether circuit breaker is trip free. Electrical service life Rated current (times) Rated interruptions current (times) Whether type test reports enclosed. Whether the special guarantee for vacuum bottles for five years is accepted.

Class Rated Voltage Rated Insulation level One minute power frequency withstand voltage Impulse withstand voltage One minute power frequency withstand voltage on auxiliary wiring. Rated frequency. Rated cable charging current Rated (Single) capacitor breaking current Rated small inductive breaking current Rated short circuit making current Rated duration of short circuit Rated transient recovery current. Rated operating sequence.

xv) xvi) xvii)

Gap between the contacts in vacuum. Area of contacts. The voltage to which the circuit breaker shall be capable of withstanding indefinitely across open contacts. Weight of Complete Circuit Breaker : Operating Mechanism of Circuit Breaker and Associated Equipment.

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g) Type of closing mechanism h) No. and type of auxiliary contacts. (No. of spare normally open contacts and no. of spares normally closed contacts are to be indicated.). i) Power requirement : vii) Closing Coil. viii) Opening Coil ix) Heaters at different locations (240V-50c/s AC) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ANNEXURE-I-B GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS OF TRIVECTOR METERS 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Markers name and country Type of class Accuracy meter Parameters measured P.F.Range a) b) Over load capacity Variation of voltage at which meter functions normally

7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14)

Min. Starting current Dynamic range Display of cumulative MD MD reset provisions Display of No.of MD resets along with date & time No.of digits of display and height of character Particulars of readout a) b) Test terminal block with sealable extended terminal cover Meter terminal block having sealable transparent extended terminal cover

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16) 17) 18) 19)

Details of adjustments, compensation provided i) Temperature congestion j) Full load adjustment k) Low load l) Power factor adjustment Non volatile memory Principle of operation Details of rating/ capacities a) b) Integration periods Secondary currents

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Suitability of three phase 3 wire or three phase 4 wire system a) b) Remote read out facility provision Communication protocol used

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Sealing provision for optical part Baud rate of data transmission

Change in errors (Accuracy) due to variation of g) Voltage h) Frequency i) Temperature Tamper and Fraud proof provisions e) Meter reading service and data transfer f) Time of day in FF demand with number of time zones Import / Export features Whether the meter is 4 quadrant meter Guarantee period for satisfactory operation of the meter shall be 5 years.

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