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ADVACTM technical guide Advanced design vacuum circuit breakers

ADVAC

Universal applications: Medium voltage motor starting applications Capacitor switching Retrofit applications to replace existing circuit breakers in repetitive duty applications ADVAC circuit breakers have been fully tested to the most recent versions of ANSI C37.04, C37.06,and C37.09. Using "k" factor equals 1 as the test criteria.

Available for 5, 8.25, and 15 kV applications, in stationary and drawout forms.

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ADVAC. The circuit breaker.

The new ADVAC circuit breaker continues to improve upon previous designs. Although some aspects remain unchanged, the differences set this generation of circuit breakers apart from the rest. The operating mechanism was refreshed with the EL mechanism featuring quick and easy accessory installations. New programmable smart coils provide close, open, and undervoltage actuation of the breaker. All models feature embedded poles that attain excellent dielectric and thermal capabilities as well as provide superior protection against outside influences.

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ADVAC

Summary of benefits: Manual provisions to charge, close, and open the breaker Built in charging lever EL mechanism features extremely limited and simple maintenance Mechanical anti-pumping device supplies as standard Quick and easy smart coil installation A sturdy metal frame provides the support for the operating mechanism and the poles. This frame also allows for the breaker to be mounted as a fixed version. The operating mechanism harnesses stored energy and free trip allowing the opening and closing operations to be independent of the operator. The operating mechanism is a simple module containing the electric motor and gears necessary to provide charging of the closing spring. This construction allows for simple removal of the mechanism as a complete assembly and greatly increases the reliability of the apparatus. The mechanism can also be customized with various accessories that are quick and easy to install. The new smart coils integrate all necessary components required for electrical operation of the breaker. The smart coils are simple to install due to their modular design.

Auxiliary contacts

Charging motor Manual charging lever

Smart coils EL mechanism

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AMVAC. Qualities that convince.

The vacuum interrupter assembly consists of the interrupter and the current carrying parts completely embedded in a proprietary epoxy resin. Thermal performance of the interrupter is improved as the epoxy resin draws heat away from the hot spots for a more even heat distribution. Moreover, the interrupter pole assembly is fully skirted so that push rod and other moving parts of the current transfer area are isolated and protected from external influences. As a result, accumulations of dust, dirt, and condensation do not increase tracking and partial discharge as they do in non-embedded designs.

Maintenance free vacuum interrupter and current carrying parts in one embedded assembly

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ADVAC. Smart coils.

Open, close, and undervoltage coils allow remote operation of circuit breaker functions.

Smart coils provide electrical control of the mechanical functions of the circuit breaker. One open and one close coil are installed as standard parts for basic circuit breaker operation. An additional open coil can be easily installed and wired to a circuit completely separate from the first open coil. An undervoltage release can also be easily installed to provide circuit breaker opening if there is a notable drop in voltage. The coils can both operate in direct and alternating current. Installation of these coils only involves securing the coil with a couple of screws and connecting a wire plug. The coils are programmed at the factory and ready to install upon arrival.

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ADVAC. Stored energy operating mechanism.

ADVAC uses a simple, front-accessible stored energy operating mechanism designed specifically for use with vacuum technology. This provides the benefits of dependable vacuum interrupters with advanced contact design and proven reliability, without the complexity of mechanisms and linkages found in previous generation circuit breakers.

The EL mechanism can be charged manually using the spring charging lever or electrically by the spring charging gear motor. While activating one of the above mentioned methods, the cams (2) on the rotating operating shaft (1) move the closing lever assembly (3) to charge the closing spring.

A part of the closing springs force works on the closing hook through the closing lever assembly and the pin of the cam/toggle assembly (1). The closing hook remains locked by the closing shaft (2) and the opening hook reaches its position where it receives the central hook of the cam/toggle assembly (3). The breaker signals that it is charged.

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Activating the closing push button rotates the closing shaft and releases the closing hook (1). The stored energy of the closing spring is transferred to the closing lever assembly (2) which pushes the long levers of the cam/toggle assembly connected by a pin (3). The long levers move the main shaft counter-clockwise (4) which transfers the motion to the push rods connected to the contacts in the vacuum interrupters. The breaker signals that it is closed

The long levers reach their settled position (1) once the breaker is closed and are held by the central hook of the cam/toggle assembly (3). The contact springs inside the poles and the opening spring inside the frame are charged. The contact springs maintain contact pressure while the breaker is in the closed position. The central hook applies force to the opening hook (4) which is locked by the opening shaft (5). The charging motor (if present) automatically rotates the operating mechanism. The closing spring is now charged again and ready for the next closing operation.

Activating the opening push button rotates the opening shaft and releases the opening hook (1). This action releases the central hook of the cam/toggle assembly (2) allowing the contact and opening springs to transfer their energy to the long levers (3). The main shaft rotates clockwise (4) and the breaker signals that it is open.

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ADVAC. Technical data.

Table 1. Short circuit ratings Max. Sym. InterVoltage Class FLC (Amps) Isc (kA) Type/Rating Max. Wave volta- rupt & STC (kA, ge (kV, rms) rms) Close & Latch (kA, rms) Lightning Impulse Low Frequency Withstand (BIL) (kV, Withstand (HiCrest) Pot) (kV, rms)

25 1200 31.5 40 50 25 5 2000 31.5 40 50 25 3000 31.5 40 50 1200 8.25 2000 3000 20 25 1200 31.5 40 50 20 25 15 2000 31.5 40 50 20 25 3000 31.5 40 50 40

ADVAC 05.12.25 ADVAC 05.12.31 ADVAC 05.12.40 ADVAC 05.12.50 ADVAC 05.20.25 ADVAC 05.20.31 ADVAC 05.20.40 ADVAC 05.20.50 ADVAC 05.30.25 ADVAC 05.30.31 ADVAC 05.30.40 ADVAC 05.30.50 ADVAC 08.12.40 ADVAC 08.20.40 ADVAC 08.30.40 ADVAC 15.12.20 ADVAC 15.12.25 ADVAC 15.12.31 ADVAC 15.12.40 ADVAC 15.12.50 ADVAC 15.20.20 ADVAC 15.20.25 ADVAC 15.20.31 ADVAC 15.20.40 ADVAC 15.20.50 ADVAC 15.30.20 ADVAC 15.30.25 ADVAC 15.30.31 ADVAC 15.30.40 ADVAC 15.30.50

4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 4.76 8.25 8.25 8.25 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 40 40 40 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50

65 82 104 130 65 82 104 130 65 82 104 130 104 104 104 52 65 82 104 130 52 65 82 104 130 52 65 82 104 130

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95

19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36

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Table 2. Capacitor bank switching ratings Voltage Class 25 1200 31.5 40 50 25 5 2000 31.5 40 50 25 3000 31.5 40 50 1200 8.25 2000 3000 20 25 1200 31.5 40 50 20 25 15 2000 31.5 40 50 20 25 3000 31.5 40 50 40 ADVAC 05.12.25 ADVAC 05.12.31 ADVAC 05.12.40 ADVAC 05.12.50 ADVAC 05.20.25 ADVAC 05.20.31 ADVAC 05.20.40 ADVAC 05.20.50 ADVAC 05.30.25 ADVAC 05.30.31 ADVAC 05.30.40 ADVAC 05.30.50 ADVAC 08.12.40 ADVAC 08.20.40 ADVAC 08.30.40 ADVAC 15.12.20 ADVAC 15.12.25 ADVAC 15.12.31 ADVAC 15.12.40 ADVAC 15.12.50 ADVAC 15.20.20 ADVAC 15.20.25 ADVAC 15.20.31 ADVAC 15.20.40 ADVAC 15.20.50 ADVAC 15.30.20 ADVAC 15.30.25 ADVAC 15.30.31 ADVAC 15.30.40 ADVAC 15.30.50 FLC (Amps) Isc (kA) Type/Rating Max. Sym. Interrupt & STC (kA, rms) 25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 40 40 40 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50 C2 C1 C1 C2 C1 C1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C1 C2 C2 C1 C1 C1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz Rated cable charging current 10A Rated cable charging current 10A 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz Rated cable charging current 10A Rated cable charging current 10A 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1000A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz Rated cable charging current 10A 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 630A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz Rated cable charging current 25A Rated cable charging current 25A Rated cable charging current 25A 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1000A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1200A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1000A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz 1000A C2 rated 15kA Peak 2.0 Khz Capacitor Switching Ratings

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Table 3. Timing characteristics Voltage Class FLC (Amps) Isc (kA) 25 1200 31.5 40 50 25 5 2000 31.5 40 50 25 3000 31.5 40 50 1200 8.25 2000 3000 20 25 1200 31.5 40 50 20 25 15 2000 31.5 40 50 20 25 3000 31.5 40 50 40 Type/Rating ADVAC 05.12.25 ADVAC 05.12.31 ADVAC 05.12.40 ADVAC 05.12.50 ADVAC 05.20.25 ADVAC 05.20.31 ADVAC 05.20.40 ADVAC 05.20.50 ADVAC 05.30.25 ADVAC 05.30.31 ADVAC 05.30.40 ADVAC 05.30.50 ADVAC 08.12.40 ADVAC 08.20.40 ADVAC 08.30.40 ADVAC 15.12.20 ADVAC 15.12.25 ADVAC 15.12.31 ADVAC 15.12.40 ADVAC 15.12.50 ADVAC 15.20.20 ADVAC 15.20.25 ADVAC 15.20.31 ADVAC 15.20.40 ADVAC 15.20.50 ADVAC 15.30.20 ADVAC 15.30.25 ADVAC 15.30.31 ADVAC 15.30.40 ADVAC 15.30.50 Max. Sym. Interrupt & STC (kA, rms) 25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 25 31.5 40 50 40 40 40 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50 20 25 31.5 40 50 3 3 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 27.5-33 22.9-34 NA NA 22.9-34 22.9-34 26.4-34.3 NA 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 NA 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 27.5-33 27.5-33 22.9-34 26.4-34.3 26.3-38.6 22.9-34 22.9-34 22.9-34 26.4-34.3 26.3-38.6 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 26.4-34.3 26.3-38.6 N.A. N.A. 60-70.9 57.5-70.3 N.A. N.A. N.A. 57.5-70.3 N.A. N.A. N.A. 57.5-70.3 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 30-60 30-60 50-80 50-80 30-60 30-60 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 30-60 30-60 30-60 50-80 50-80 30-60 30-60 30-60 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 50-80 Interrupt Time (cycles) Opening time (ms) 3 cycles Opening time (ms) 5 cycles Closing time

*Total interrupting time consists of opening time plus the time required for arc interruption. Total interrupt time is 50 ms or less for 3 cycle breakers and 83 ms or less for 5 cycle breakers. Opening time is dened as the time from when the trip signal is received until primary contacts begin to part.

Table 4: Mechanical details: Parameter No load mechanical operations Operations between servicing Operations at full load current Height (draw out) (mm) Depth (draw out) (mm) Width (frame) (mm) Weight (drawout) (min/max) lbs (kg) 5 kV 5,000-10,000 1,000-2,000 500-1,000 27.88 (708) 24.17 (614) 27.56 (700) 29.53 (750) [50 kA] 132.5 (60.1) 218.6 (99.2) 7.5 kV 10,000 2,000 1,000 27.88 (708) 24.17 (614) 27.56 (700) NA 132.5 (60.1) 218.6 (99.2) 15 kV 5,000-10,000 1,000-2,000 500-1,000 27.88 (708) 24.17 (614) 27.56 (700) 29.53 (750) [50 kA] 132.5 (60.1) 218.6 (99.2)

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Table 5. Open (MO1, MO2) and Close (MC) coils Parameter Un Operating limits Power on inrush (Ps) Inrush duration Continuous power (Pc) Opening time * Closing time ** Insulation voltage
* Valid for MO1 and MO2 ** Valid for MC

Table 6. Undervoltage (MU) coil Parameter Un Operating limits Power on inrush (Ps) Inrush duration Continuous power (Pc) Opening time Insulation voltage 24-48-125-250 VDC 120-240 VAC CB opeining: 35-70% Un CB closing: 85-110% Un DC: 200 W AC: 200 VA approx. 100 ms DC: 5 W AC: 5 VA 60-80 ms 2000 V 50 Hz (for 1 min)

24-48-125-250 VDC 120-240 VAC 70-110% Un DC: 200 W AC : 200 VA approx. 100 ms DC: 5 W AC: 5 VA 40-60 ms 40-80 ms 2000 V 50 Hz (for 1 min)

Table 7. Gear motors (MS) Parameter Un Operating limits 40 kA Power on inrush (Pa) Rated power (Pn) Charging time Insulating voltage DC: 600 W AC: 600 VA DC: 200 W AC: 200 VA 6-7 s 2000 V 50 Hz (for 1 min) 24-48-125-250 VDC 120-240 VAC 85-110% Un 50 kA DC: 900 W AC: 900 VA DC: 350 W AC: 350 VA 6-7 s

Table 8. Auxiliary switch ratings Un 220 VAC 1 ms 24 VDC 15 ms 50 ms 200 ms 1 ms 60 VDC 15 ms 50 ms 200 ms 1 ms 110 VDC 15 ms 50 ms 200 ms 1 ms 220 VDC 15 ms 50 ms 200 ms Rated current (A) 2.5 10 10 8 6 8 6 5 4 6 4 2 1 1.5 1 0.75 0.5 Breaking capacity (A) 25 12 12 10 7.7 10 8 6 5.4 8 5 4.6 2.2 2 1.4 1.2 1

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Table 9. Contact resistance Voltage Class 25 1200 31.5 40 50 25 5 2000 31.5 40 50 25 3000 31.5 40 50 1200 8.25 2000 3000 20 25 1200 31.5 40 50 20 25 15 2000 31.5 40 50 20 25 3000 31.5 40 50 40 ADVAC 05.12.25 ADVAC 05.12.31 ADVAC 05.12.40 ADVAC 05.12.50 ADVAC 05.20.25 ADVAC 05.20.31 ADVAC 05.20.40 ADVAC 05.20.50 ADVAC 05.30.25 ADVAC 05.30.31 ADVAC 05.30.40 ADVAC 05.30.50 ADVAC 08.12.40 ADVAC 08.20.40 ADVAC 08.30.40 ADVAC 15.12.20 ADVAC 15.12.25 ADVAC 15.12.31 ADVAC 15.12.40 ADVAC 15.12.50 ADVAC 15.20.20 ADVAC 15.20.25 ADVAC 15.20.31 ADVAC 15.20.40 ADVAC 15.20.50 ADVAC 15.30.20 ADVAC 15.30.25 ADVAC 15.30.31 ADVAC 15.30.40 ADVAC 15.30.50 FLC (Amps) Isc (kA) Type/Rating Contact Resistance <= () 46.1 46.1 35.85 35.85 16.9 16.9 16.9 12.93 13.28 13.28 13.28 13.28 35.85 16.9 13.28 46.1 46.1 46.1 35.85 12.93 16.9 16.9 16.9 16.9 12.93 13.28 13.28 13.28 13.28 12.51

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ADVAC. Circuit breaker specifiers guide.

General The circuit breaker shall be an ABB ADVAC or approved equal three-pole drawout (or stationary) type breaker, electrically operated, with manual or electric motor charging of a spring type stored energy operating mechanism. The breaker is intended for use as a General Purpose device in accordance with applicable ANSI standards applying to 5, 8.25, or 15 kV applications: ANSI C37.04, C37.06, and C37.09. The circuit breaker shall also conform to the general purpose capacitor switching ratings referenced in the ANSI standards. Option: Definite purpose capacitor switching ratings are optionally offered for single and back-to-back applications. Details of these applications are required at the time of quotation to insure conformance to specific applications. Drawout circuit breaker racking system and interlocks The circuit breaker shall be inserted and withdrawn by means of a racking system, which can be operated with the compartment door open or closed. The racking system shall provide smooth consistent racking, and shall secure the breaker from both sides of the cell in all racking positions. During racking, the breaker shall automatically open and close cell-mounted safety shutters to cover stationary primary contacts when the breaker is not in the Connected position. The racking system shall have three distinct positions. In addition to the withdrawn position (free movement): Disconnected (both primary and secondary contacts disengaged), Test (secondary contacts engaged, primary contacts disconnected, and shutter closed), and Connected (shutter open, primary and secondary contacts engaged). Positive stops shall be provided for all three positions, with deliberate operator intervention required to enable continued insertion or withdrawal of the circuit breaker from any position. The racking system and all moving parts of the breaker-cell interface, including the secondary disconnects, shutter actuator and ground contact, shall be capable of 500 complete rack-in/ rack-out operations without maintenance. It shall not be possible to insert or withdraw a closed breaker, and the breaker shall not be allowed to close within a cell unless it is in the Connected, Test, or Disconnected position. Electrical and mechanical blocking means shall be employed to preclude breaker contact closure in any position other then Connected, Test, or Disconnected. The springs in the
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stored energy device operating mechanism shall be automatically discharged prior to removing a circuit breaker from a compartment (other than spring preload charges which do not have the capacity to operate the circuit breaker). Controls Opening and closing speed shall be independent of the operator or of control voltage within the rated control voltage range. Circuit breaker charge, close and trip circuits shall be electrically separate, and control voltages for each circuit shall be independently selectable from the full range of ANSI preferred control voltages. Manual provisions shall be provided for closing, tripping and charging the breaker. These provisions shall be installed and easily accessible at the front of the breaker. All control components shall be front accessible for quick inspection after easy removal of the circuit breaker front cover. Mechanism operated cell switches shall not be allowed; the circuit breaker shall include eight on-board auxiliary contacts (four normally open a and four normally closed b) for customer use, wired through the secondary disconnects. All breakermounted contacts shall operate in both the Connected and Test positions. Option: Nine additional contacts (for a total of nine normally open a and eight normally closed b) shall be installed on the circuit breaker and wired through the secondary disconnect, for a total of 17 on-board contacts. The breaker shall have flags to indicate open or closed position, and spring charge status. Only the correct status flag for any single function shall be visible. Pointer systems shall not be used to indicate status. Additionally, the breaker shall have a five-digit, non-resetting operation counter clearly visible from the front of the breaker. The operation counter shall advance when the breaker closes. All control devices shall be universal AC/DC, for AC or DC application flexibility with standard parts. All control components shall be front-accessible for inspections and easily removable for maintenance. Option: Dual open coils shall be supplied for breakers as noted on data sheets, and wired through separate secondary control sources for complete redundancy.

Option: A direct-acting undervoltage trip shall be supplied for breakers as noted on data sheets. The undervoltage trip shall operate when the control voltage drops to a predetermined value below the nominal control voltage. The EL actuator shall have a mechanical anti-pumping device mounted to prevent a continuous succession of close-open operations. The anti-pumping device allows the breaker to close if the operating mechanism spring is fully charged, the opening push button and/or shunt opening release are not activated, and the circuit breaker is open simultaneously. Current path Each primary lead assembly shall consist of a vacuum interrupter completely embedded in an epoxy resin casting. The epoxy casting shall encapsulate not only the vacuum interrupter, but also the upper and lower current carrying parts and current transfer assembly. The epoxy casting shall limit access to any moving parts, protecting them from dirt and debris. Epoxy encapsulation shall be used on all 1200 and 2000 ampere circuit breakers. The 3000 ampere circuit breakers shall use individual ventilated pole assemblies that shield and protect the vacuum interrupters. Connecting directly to the pole pads, silver-plated copper upper and lower leads shall use tulip type self-aligning primary disconnects. A dedicated ground contact shall be provided to engage the stationary ground contact in the circuit breaker compartment to ground the circuit breaker in all positions from Disconnected through Connected. Maintenance and handling The operating mechanism shall be front accessible, and all routine maintenance shall be performed with the breaker in an upright position. Circuit breakers shall have self-contained wheels designed for easy insertion, removal and transport on flat indoor surfaces.

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ADVAC. Outline drawings.

U (kV) 4.76 15

Ir (A) 1200 1200

Isc (kA) 25-31.5 20-25-31.5

772 30.39 MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON 310 12.20 50.8 2.00

PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

700 27.56 275 10.83 275 10.83

708 27.88

636.2 25.05 INDICATOR OPEN "0" CLOSE "I"

786 30.94 SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 287.6 [11.32] 82.9 [3.26] 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 27 [1.06] COUNTER 360.9 [14.21] 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11

790 31.10

760 29.92 788 31.02

U (kV) 4.76 8.25 15 15

Ir (A) 2000 2000 2000 2000

Isc (kA) 25-31.5-40 40 20-25-31.5-40 50

772 30.39

MECHANICAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON INDICATOR OPEN "O" CLOSE "I"

50.8 2.00

PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

FRAME WIDTH 275 10.83 275 10.83

310 12.20 651.7 25.66

708 [27.88]

786 30.94] 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 82.9 [3.26] SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 790 31.10 COUNTER 360.9 [14.21] 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11 760 29.92 788 31.02 287.6 [11.32]

27 [1.06]

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U (kV) 4.76 4.76 8.25 15 15

Ir (A) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000

Isc (kA) 25-31.5-40 50 40 20-25-31.5-40 50


69.8 2.75 PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

772 30.39

MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER

FRAME WIDTH 275 10.83 275 10.83

708 27.88

OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON INDICATOR CLOSE "I" OPEN "O"

310 12.20 686 [27.00]

786 30.94

SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR

287.6 11.32 82.9 [3.26] 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 360.9 [14.21] 587 23.11 760 29.92 788 31.02

790 31.10

COUNTER

27 [1.06]

U (kV) 4.76 8.25 15

Ir (A) 1200 1200 1200

Isc (kA) 40 40 40

772 30.39 MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON INDICATOR OPEN "0" CLOSE "I" 786 30.94 SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 82.9 [3.26] COUNTER 790 31.10 27 [1.06] 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 360.9 [14.21] 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11 287.6 [11.32] 50.8 2.00

PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

700 27.56 275 10.83 275 10.83

708 27.88

310 12.20 638.4 25.13

760 29.92 788 31.02

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U (kV) 4.76

Ir (A) 1200

Isc (kA) 50

772 30.39

MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER

50.8 2.00 PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

750 29.53 275 10.83 275 10.83

OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON 708.1 27.88 INDICATOR OPEN "0" CLOSE "I"

310 12.20 644.16 25.36

786 [30.94]

SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 82.9 [3.26] 790 31.10 COUNTER 27 [1.06] 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 360.9 [14.21] 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11

287.6 [11.32]

760 29.92 788 31.02

U (kV) 15

Ir (A) 1200-2000

Isc (kA) 50

772 30.39 MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON 708 27.88 INDICATOR OPEN "O" CLOSE "I"

50.8 2.00 PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

750 29.53 275 10.83 275 10.83

310 12.20

786 [30.94]

SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 25.4 1.00 ROLLER 360.9 [14.21] 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11

287.6 [11.32]

COUNTER 790 31.10 27 [1.06]

760 29.92 788 31.02

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U (kV) 15

Ir (A) 3000

Isc (kA) 50

772 30.39

MANUAL CLOSING SPRING CHARGE LEVER OPENING BUTTON CLOSING BUTTON INDICATOR CLOSE "0" OPEN "I"

69.9 2.75

PRIMARY CONTACT STUD

750 29.53 275 10.83 275 10.83

310 12.20

708 27.88

786 30.94

685 26.97 SPRING CHARGE INDICATOR 82.9 [3.26] 790 31.10 COUNTER 27 [1.06] 360.9 14.21 493.2 [19.42] 587 23.11 287.3 11.31

760 29.92 788 31.02

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