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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.

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August 2017
Sheet 10 001

Motor Control (AMPGARD)


Medium Voltage
Contents i
Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters ii
General Description
Application and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-1
Personnel Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-1 1
Mechanical Non-Loadbreak Isolating Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-2
400 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum ContactorBolt-in, Type SL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-3
400 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum ContactorStab-in, Type SL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-4
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Current Limiting Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-4
Isolated Low-Voltage Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-5 3
Bus and Optional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-6
Reduced Voltage StartersMechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-7
Reduced Voltage StartersSolid-State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-8 4
Synchronous Motor Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-11
Incoming Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-12
Potential Transformers and Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-12 5
Type LBS Loadbreak Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-12
Main Breaker AMPGARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-13
Technical Data
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Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-15
LBS Loadbreak Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-19 7
Type SL, 400 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-19
Type SL, 800 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-20
Type SL, 300 A, 15 kV Vacuum Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-21 8
Main Breaker Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-22
Contactor-Fuse Coordination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-23
Protection Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-24 9
Starter Fuse Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-25
Layout Dimensions 10
Full Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-26
Primary Reactor, Reduced Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-30
Autotransformer, Reduced Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-32 11
Synchronous Brush Type Mark VI Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-33
Solid-State Reduced Voltage AMPGARD MV4S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-35
Incoming Line Switch/PT Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-38 12
Tie Switch Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-40
Arc-Resistant Starter Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-41
Main Breaker AMPGARD Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1-42
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Adjustable Frequency Drives
General Description 14
Application and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-1
Personnel Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-4
Modular Roll-in/Roll-out Stab-in Three-Phase Inverter . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-5 15
Type SL Vacuum Contactor Stab-in with Wheels, Fuses,
and Line and Load Fingers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-6
Current Limiting Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-6 16
Isolated Low-Voltage Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-6
Pre-Charge Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-7
Synchronous Transfer Control with SC9000 EP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-8 17
Frame Size, Rating and Layout Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-9
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-30 18
Typical Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2-33

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10.0-2 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
August 2017
Sheet 10 002

Specifications
i See Eatons Product Specification Guide, available on CD or on the Web.
CSI Format: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995 2010
AMPGARD Motor Starters . . . . . . . . . . Section 16349 Section 26 18 39
ii AMPGARD Starters Arc Resistant . . . . Section 16349C Section 26 18 39.01
SC9000 EP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16349B Section 26 18 39.13
1 SC9000 EP Arc Resistant. . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16349D Section 26 18 39.03

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-1
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 003
General Description

AMPGARD Motor The low-voltage compartment Refer to Table 10.1-5 on Page 10.1-19 for
i
is painted white as standard to specific ratings for each enclosure type.
Control Assembly maximize serviceability.
Arc-Resistant AMPGARD
Simplicity of design: Component-
When specified, AMPGARD is available
ii
to-component design eliminates half
of the electrical connections. in special arc-resistant construction.
AMPGARD AR is available with a 50 kA,
Time-proven contactor technology: 0.5 sec rating. The design has been
1
Three vacuum contactor ratings are tested and verified to meet the
used, 400 A and 800 A 7.2 kV and 300 A requirements of IEEE C37.20.7
15 kV. 400 A 7.2 kV contactors are for Type 2B construction. Type 2B
2
available as stab-in or bolt-in design. construction is defined as arc-resistant
800 A 7.2 kV and 300 A 15 kV contactors at front, back and sides of the enclosure
are available as stab-in design only. with the low-voltage compartment door
3
open. Most types of 400 A and 800 A
High degree of isolation: Main bus is
starters, as well as 24-inch (610 mm) 4
located in separate compartment on
wide incoming cable sections are
AMPGARD Motor Control Assembly top of lineup. Vertical bus is barriered in
available in arc-resistant construction.
rear of starter. Load cables are isolated
A common plenum design to close 5
General Description from adjacent starter in two-high
couple to Eaton arc-resistant switch-
sections. A vertical low-voltage wireway
Eatons AMPGARD medium-voltage is provided for isolation of customer
gear is also available. Consult Eaton
metal-enclosed control family control wiring. The low-voltage control
for ratings on this design. Main Breaker
AMPGARD, LBS load break switches
6
provides control and protection compartment is isolated from medium
of medium-voltage motors and and 15 kV starters are not available in
voltage by grounded steel barriers.
equipment rated 230013,800 V arc-resistant construction. Due to the 7
nominal/15,000 V maximum. Starter catalog types are available for specific nature of arc-resistant testing,
the following applications: no modifications may be made to
Application Description the enclosure while maintaining the 8
Squirrel cage, full voltage arc-resistant rating. Consult Eaton for
AMPGARD control has a complete (reversing and non-reversing) more details.
metal-enclosed offering:
Squirrel cage, primary reactor 9
Full and reduced voltage starting of Squirrel cage, autotransformer Personnel Safety Features
medium-voltage motors up to 8000 hp Reduced voltage solid-state One of the most important consider-
Main breaker metal-enclosed Synchronous full voltage ations in designing the AMPGARD 10
switchgear, a smaller footprint, starter was personnel safety. The
Synchronous primary reactor
single integrated assembly direct result is an extensive system of
coupled to the AMPGARD control Synchronous auto-transformer interlocks and other safety features. 11
(reversing and non-reversing)
Integral LBS loadbreak switches
available as main, tie or feeder. Two-speed, two winding Interlocks
The LBS can be supplied as fused Two-speed, one winding Interlocking on AMPGARD starters 12
or un-fused includes:
Adjustable frequency drives Enclosures
(SC9000 EP) up to 4160 V, 6000 hp
Isolating switch mechanism locks 13
AMPGARD products are available in the medium-voltage door closed
NEMA 1 general purpose enclosures when the switch is in the ON position
Features, Benefits and Functions as standard. NEMA 12 (dust tight), Provision for optional key interlocks 14
Personnel safety: Positive mechanical NEMA 3R (outdoor) and arc-resistant
When door is open, interlock prevents
isolating switch with visible disconnect enclosures are available options for
operating handle from being moved
completely grounds and isolates the most products. Contact Eaton for
inadvertently to ON position 15
starter from the line connectors with exceptions. Enclosure type affects the
maximum continuous current rating When contactor is energized, isolating
a mechanically driven isolating shutter, switch cannot be opened or closed
leaving no exposed high voltage. of the starters in the enclosure. 16
Medium-voltage door is mechanically
locked closed with interlocking mecha-
nism; low-voltage section has separate 17
door and is segregated from the
medium-voltage section.
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Ease of installation: Current limiting
fuses, contactor assembly and
isolating switch assembly are easily 19
removed from the enclosure; line
and load terminals are completely
accessible from the front. 20
Ease of maintenance: All components
are front accessible, facilitating routine
inspection and/or parts replacement. AMPGARD Main Breaker SC 9000 4160 V, 2500 hp AFD MV4S 2-High FVNR 21
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10.1-2 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 004
General Description

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Other Safety Features Mechanical Non-Loadbreak Features
AMPGARD starters include many
additional features designed to
Isolating Switch A positive mechanical interlock
between the isolating switch handle
protect operating personnel. These
ii features include:
Isolation Switch Auxiliary Contacts mechanism and contactor prevents the
isolating switch from being opened
Provision for a padlock on when the contactor is closed or from
1 the isolating switch handle in being closed if the contactor
OFF position is closed.
Shutter barrier between line An operating lever in the isolating
2 terminals and isolation switch switch handle mechanism is designed
stabs is mechanically driven to shear off if the operator uses
Distinctive marking on switch too much force in trying to open the
3 assembly appears when shutter non-loadbreak isolating switch when
barrier is in position and starter is the contactor is closed. This feature
completely isolated from the line ensures that the operator cannot open
4 the switch with the main contactor
Grounding clips provide a positive
grounding of the starter and main closed, even if excessive force is
Optional Blown Fuse Switch Operating
used on the operating handle.
5 fuses when the isolating switch Indicator Contacts Arm
is opened Control Plug To operate the isolating switch, the
High- and low-voltage circuits are JMT-400/800 A Isolation Switch operating handle is moved through
6 compartmentalized and isolated Front View a 180 vertical swing from the ON to
from each other the OFF position. In the ON position,
The drawout isolation switch is a plunger on the back of the handle
7 easily removed by loosening two
Line Side Connections
housing extends through a bracket on
bolts in the back of the switch. the rear of the starter high-voltage
The shutter remains in place door, preventing the door from being
8 when the switch is withdrawn opened with the switch closed. When
the high-voltage door is open, a door
A remote operator for the starter interlock prevents the handle from
9 isolation switch is an available option. being inadvertently returned to the
The AMPGARD Remote Operator (ARO) ON position.
enables users to open or close the
10 switch through the use of a pushbutton When the operating handle is moved
station operated up to 30 feet away from ON to OFF, copper stabs are
from the starter. Users can mount the withdrawn from incoming line fingers.
11 ARO on the front of the starter, plug it As the stabs withdraw, they are
into any available 120 Vac source, then Line Side Access Panel
visible above the top of the fuses
easily operate the isolation switch from (Removable From Front) when viewed from the front, and
12 outside the starter arc flash boundary. JMT-400/800 A Isolation Switch
simultaneously grounded. As the
Rear View fingers are withdrawn, a spring-driven
isolating shutter moves across the
13 Isolation Switch back barrier to prevent front access
to the line connections. As the
Eatons Type JMT-4/8 and JMT-15 are shutter slides into position, distinctive
14 each a drawout, lightweight, three-pole, markings appear on the back barrier,
manually operated isolating switch making it easier to check the position
mounted in the top of the starter enclo- of the shutter.
15 sure. They may be easily removed
by loosening two bolts in the rear of
the switch. The JMT-4 is rated 400 A
16 continuous while the JMT-8 is rated
720 A continuous. The JMT-15 is rated
300 A continuous at 15 kV. All isolation
17 switches have a mechanical life rating
of 10,000 operations.
The component-to-component circuitry
18 concept includes the mountings for
the current limiting fuses as part of
the isolating switch.
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20 AMPGARD Remote Operator Switch Handle Switch Handle


Closed Open

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-3
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 005
General Description

400 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Design Maintenance


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Eaton Vacuum Contactors are highly Reduced maintenance is one of the
Contactor, Type SL versatile, low-chop contactors that have outstanding features of Eatons
been designed to meet all applicable Vacuum Contactor line. The special
NEMA standards and are UL recog- contact material in the vacuum ii
nized components. The contactors interrupters provides long life even
accommodate mechanical interlocks under severe operating conditions.
that function with the starter isolation The main coils operate with a very 1
switch and with other contactors. low temperature rise to maximize
These interlocks provide unmatched insulation life. Steel bearings on
safety and service protection. the main shaft provide long, trouble- 2
free operation.
The contactors consist of a molded
frame with moving armature, magnet An included simple go/no-go gauge is 3
and vacuum interrupters. The contactor used for checking contact wear. Wear
is easily positioned into the starter, and can be checked without removing the
vacuum interrupters provide long life contactor from the starter. The vacuum 4
with a minimal maintenance program. contactor at 60 lb is much lighter than
400 A Bolt-in Contactor The SL operating coils are energized previous generation airbreak or vacuum
7200 Volt Maximum by a control board that provides a contactors, which allows for easier 5
pulse-width-modulated dc output. insertion and removal from the
General Description Control voltages and contactor dropout starter structure.
Eatons Type SL Vacuum Contactors
times are programmed using a DIP 6
switch located on the control board.
were designed and engineered
The control board is mounted in a
specifically for use in AMPGARD
starters. 7.2 kV SL 400 A Vacuum
protected cavity in the molded 7
contactor frame to prevent inadvertent
Contactors are self-supporting,
access to the voltage and dropout
compact, drawout, three-pole, dc
DIP switch. Four auxiliary contacts 8
magnet closed contactors. To permit
(2NO, 2NC) are supplied with each
application matching of the starter to
contactor and are wired to terminal
the motor rating, the SL Contactor is
blocks on the starter control panel. 9
available in 400 A standard and high
interrupting ratings. The vacuum interrupters employ Contactor Control Board

SL Contactors are available in the


special main contact materials that 10
exhibit a low chop current plus other
standard bolt-in configuration and
specially engineered characteristics
optional stab-in design. Either bolt-in
or stab-in designs can be supplied in a
that minimize switching surges. Surge 11
protection is therefore not required
two-high configuration, with a starter
due to the use of the vacuum contac-
maximum of 400 full load amperes. The
total NEMA 1 structure rating cannot
tor. Surge protection may be required 12
for other reasons such as the high
exceed 720 A for a combination of
probability of lightning strike, etc.
two starters. Refer to Table 10.1-5 on
Page 10.1-19 for other ratings. Supplemental Devices
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A lift device is available to assist in
DIP Switch on Contactor Control Board
withdrawal, removal and installation of 14
medium-voltage breaker or contactor.

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10.1-4 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 006
General Description

Mechanical Interlock with


i Isolation Switch

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3 400 A Stab-in Contactor


7200 V Maximum

400 A, 7.2 kV Bolt-in Roll-out


4 The bolt-in version of the SL Contactor Wheels
is supplied as standard for those Self-Aligning
applications requiring a 400 A contactor. Contactor Line
5 The contactor is mounted on wheels and Load Fingers
300 A Stab-in Contactor
and rolls into the AMPGARD structure 400 A Stab-in Contactor 7200 V 15 kV Maximum
on steel rails. Bolted bus bars connect Maximum with Mechanical Interlock
6 the contactor line and load terminals
to the power components in the starter
800 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Contactors Current Limiting Fuses
cell. A three-phase current transformer, The 800 A SL Contactor is available in
7 three-phase potential transformer and a one-high configuration and is rated AMPGARD starters use Eatons Type
at 600/650/750 A enclosed. The 800 A CLS power fuses with special time/
ground fault current transformer are current characteristics for motor service.
contactor is available with a stab-in or
8 mounted in the cell when required.
A plug on the side of the contactor bolt-in type connection. The 800 A Type CLE or Type HLE power fuses
contactor is mounted on wheels and are applied when the starter is used
connects the contactor to the low- to feed a transformer. The fuse is
has similar features to the stab-in
9 voltage control panel.
400 A contactor. coordinated with the contactor and
The contactor is easily withdrawn from overload relay characteristics to
the structure by removing the six bolts provide maximum motor/transformer
10 securing the contactor line and load utilization and protection. The standard
terminals, and the pin connecting mounting method for power fuses is
the isolating switch interlock arm. bolted with an option for fuse clips in
11 The contactor can be removed from the 400 A starter. 800 A 7.2 kV and 300 A
the starter without disconnecting 15 kV fuses are supplied as bolted only.
any medium-voltage cables.
12 Interruption is accomplished without
expulsion of gases, noise or moving
400 A, 7.2 kV Stab-in
parts. Type CLS/CLE/HLE fuses are
A stab-in version of the SL Contactor
13 is an available option. The stab-in
mounted in a vertical position to ensure
maximum rating reliability, proper
contactor is mounted on wheels operation and to eliminate the possibility
and rolls into the AMPGARD structure.
14 Contactor line and load fingers engage
of dust and dirt collecting, resulting in
a deterioration of dielectric properties.
cell-mounted stabs as the contactor When a fault has been cleared, a
is inserted into the starter cell. The
15 contactor is held in position by a bolt
plastic indicator in the top of the fuse,
normally depressed, pops up to give
and bracket combination. It can be visible blown fuse indication. This
800 A Vacuum Break Contactor
easily withdrawn from the starter
16 cell by removing the bolt holding
7200 V Maximum Stab-in with Wheels,
and Line and Load Fingers
indicator also operates the optional
blown fuse mechanism (available
the contactor against the bracket with bolted 7.2 kV fuses only) on the
and disconnecting the isolation 300 A, 15 kV Stab-in Contactor
17 switch interlock. The contactor can The 300 A 15 kV SL Contactor is
isolation switch that gives a contact
closure to allow use in the starter
be removed from the starter without available in a one-high configuration control circuit.
disconnecting any medium-voltage and is rated at 300 A enclosed. The
18 cables. 300 A contactor is available with a Blown fuses may be removed and
stab-in type connection only. The 15 kV replaced without removing or drawing
contactor is mounted on wheels and out the contactor. The control circuit
19 has similar features to the 800 A 7.2 kV primary fuses are also current limiting.
contactor. The maximum starter current
20 is 300 full load amperes when supplied
with 15 kV 400 ampere CLS fuses.

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-5
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 007
General Description

Standard Isolation Switch Motor Load Connections


Viewing Window (Accepts 2-Hole Lugs i
as Standard)

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Bolted
Main Fuses
1
Customer
Terminal Blocks
CLS Clip Fuse CLS Bolted Fuse for Remote 2
Control
Standard Fuse Mounting is Bolted with Optional Clip Mounting Connections
3
Horizontal
Wireway 4
Vertical Control Control Power Transformer
Fuse Fault
Indicator
Wireway (750 VA Standard, up to 5
4 kVA Available)
AMPGARD 400 A StarterMedium-Voltage Door Open
Blown Fuse 6
Device panels are provided on the low-voltage door to
Indicator
Operating Arm simplify the mounting of pilot devices. The low-voltage con-
(Optional) trol panel is behind the low-voltage door and is completely 7
isolated from the medium-voltage compartment. A standard
Blown Fuse Indicating Device viewing window allows visual verification of the isolation
switch status before attempting to open the medium-voltage 8
door. The medium-voltage door is locked closed whenever
Isolated Low-Voltage Control the isolation switch is closed.
The low-voltage door has four cutouts as standard. Terminal Blocks for Viewing Window for Visual
9
Remote Connections Verification of ISO Switch Operation

1/4 Turn Door Latch


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Motor Protective Relay
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Large, Easily
Accessible LV
Control Panel
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Isolation Switch Handle

Device Panel with Lights


and Pushbuttons
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Low-Voltage Door
Control Devices
(Relays, Timers,
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Medium-Voltage Door Thermostats, etc.)

AMPGARD 400 A Starter Door Closed


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Distinctive Markings on Isolation Switch
Shutter Indicate Shutter is Closed and IR Scan Port (Optional)
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Switch is Open
AMPGARD 400 A StarterLow-Voltage Compartment

Estimated low-voltage compartment dimensions 17


22 inches W x 25 inches H x 8 inches D.
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10.1-6 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 008
General Description

i Bus and Optional Features


Insulated Barriers to Separate Low-Voltage
Motor Load Cables from Main Bus Conduit Area
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Phase A

2
Phase B
3

4 Phase C

5 Medium-Voltage Conduit
Area (Lower Starter)

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Bus Splice Vertical Medium-Voltage Conduit Area Vertical Bus, Rear View (2-High 400 A)
Plates Bus Drops (Upper Starter)
7 Bus Compartment Top View 3000 A Main Horizontal Bus Standards and Certifications
Main Bus Vertical Bus UL, CSA and IEC Certification
8 AMPGARD starters are designed,
When starters are grouped together Vertical bus is located behind a fixed
in a lineup, a typical option is the barrier in the rear of the enclosure. assembled and tested to meet all
9 main bus. The AMPGARD main bus It is fully insulated as standard, with applicable standards:
is mounted in its own 12-inch (305 mm) plating to match that of the main bus. NEMA/ANSI ICS3
high top-mounted enclosure, which
Other Optional Features UL 347
10 isolates it from the starter. The connec-
CSA C22.2 No. 14
tion from the main bus to the starter is AMPGARD starters are available
done with rigid vertical bus. Insulated with a variety of accessories and
The major components, i.e., contactor,
11 barriers are provided for separate top modifications to satisfy a wide range
isolating switch, fuses, EMR-3000 and
entry of power and control cables. of application requirements. Some
EMR-4000 are UL recognized.
The main bus is top, side and front of the broad areas covered include:
12 accessible, which allows for ease of
Bus and cable entrance enclosures
UL or CSA labeling of a specific starter
maintenance or extension of lineup requires review to ensure that all
without disassembling the starters. Transformers requested modifications and auxiliary
13 Main bus is available for 1000, 1200,
Power factor correction capacitors devices meet the appropriate standards.
Operators and pilot devices Refer to factory when specified.
2000 and 3000 A. Main bus is uninsu- AMPGARD starters meet the require-
lated as standard on 7.2 kV and below. Instruments and meters
14 Fully insulated bus is an available Control relays and timers
ments of IEC standards 60694, 60298
and 60470.
option for up to 7.2 kV starters and is Solid-state or selected electro-
15 standard on 15 kV and starters. Bus mechanical protection devices
may be supplied with either tin or
Seismic Qualification
silver plating. Crossover bus available
16 in 1000, 1200, 2000 and 3000 A.
Busway entry and pull boxes for
3000 A require an additional 24-inch
17 section or main bus without vertical
bus drops (3000 A bus duct provisions
are available with the main breaker Refer to Tab 1 for information on
seismic qualification for this and
18 AMPGARD, see Page 10.1-13).
other Eaton products.
The standard bus short circuit rating
is 50 kA for 10 cycles per NEMA and
19 UL standards. An optional 50 kA,
2-second bus rating is available for
customers that require a higher rating
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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-7
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 009
General Description

Reduced Voltage Starters Reduced Voltage Reactor Starter Reduced Voltage


i
Autotransformer Starter
General Description
Eaton offers traditional electro- ii
mechanical reduced voltage starters in
addition to reduced voltage solid-state
(RVSS) starters. Unless otherwise 1
specified, reactors and autotransformers
are NEMA medium duty rated. They
are designed for three 30-second starts 2
per hour. Heavy-duty reactors and
transformers can be supplied when
specified. Locked rotor current must 3
be specified when ordering reduced
voltage starters to ensure that the
reactors or autotransformers are 4
properly sized.
Reactor Starter
Auto Transformer Starter
5
Table 10.1-1. Type 502 Reactor Starting
Characteristics
Table 10.1-2. Type 602 Auto-transformer
Starter % % % % Starting Characteristics 6
Type Motor Motor Line Torque
Voltage Current Current Starter % % % %
Type Motor Motor Line Torque
80% tap 80 80 80 64 Voltage Current Current 7
65% tap 1 65 65 65 42
50% tap 50 50 50 25 80% tap 80 80 67 64
65% tap 2 65
1 Factory set on 65% tap. 50% tap 50
65
50
45
28
42
25
8
2 Factory set on 65% tap.
Advantages
Reduces starting currents Advantages 9
Least costly reduced voltage Produces the most torque per
starting method incoming line ampere of any
reduced voltage starting method
10
Disadvantages
Less costly than RVSS
Large footprint: 1-1/2 structures
at 400 A Disadvantages 11
Bump on transition to full voltage Large footprint: 1-1/2 structures
Not as efficient as autotransformer at 400 A 12
Due to reduced torque during More costly than reactor
starting, motor must typically be Bump on transition to full voltage
unloaded during the start sequence Due to reduced torque during
13
Sequence of Operation starting, motor must typically be
unloaded during the start sequence
Main contactor (M) closes
Notes: Care should be taken when selecting
14
Current flows through reactor the motor for reduced voltage starting to
reducing voltage to motor (based ensure that there is sufficient torque to
on tap setting) accelerate the load at reduced voltage. 15
When motor current reaches Motors that do not fully accelerate at
~125%, the run contactor (R) closes reduced voltage will generate high voltages
providing full voltage to the motor at transition that can damage the autotrans- 16
former and void the factory warranty.

Sequence of Operation 17
Shorting contactor (S) closes
Main contactor (M) closes
Current flows through autotrans-
18
former reducing voltage to motor
(based on tap setting)
19
When motor current reaches ~125%,
the shorting contactor (S) opens and
the run contactor (R) closes provid- 20
ing full voltage to the motor
Notes: Because the motor is never
disconnected from the supply voltage, 21
the starting is closed transition.

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10.1-8 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 010
General Description

i Solid-State Reduced Voltage Starting Characteristics


AMPGARD MV4S The soft start controller provides
a number of selectable starting
ii Eaton offers reduced voltage solid- characteristics as standard:
state soft starters in 400 A and 720 A
configurations. Horsepower ratings Kick Start
are available through 5000 hp. The 400 A Provides an initial boost of current to
1 AMPGARD soft starter requires one overcome motor and system inertia.
full height structure with a full voltage Range 0.1 to 2 seconds at 10100%
2 starter in the upper compartment bus voltage.
connected to a soft start truck assembly
in the lower compartment. The 720 A soft Ramp Start
Operator sets the initial starting
3 starter requires two full height struc-
voltage and ramp time. Factory
tures (total 72 inches (1829 mm) wide).
The soft start components are fixed setting for starting voltage is 20%.
Range is 0 to 100%. Factory setting
4 mounted in the 720 A starter. Both soft
for starting time is 10 seconds. Range
Load CablesNormal
starters include internal fault protection
and built-in basic motor protection. is 1 to 120 seconds.
5 The assembly includes an EMR-3000
Current Limit
relay or other optional motor protec-
tive device. Limits the maximum starting current.
Used in long start time applications
6 and motor protection applications.
Why is Solid-State Reduced
Factory setting is 350% of motor FLA.
Voltage Soft Starting Desirable? Range is 200 to 600%.
7 Eliminate shock to your mechanical
components Solid-State Soft Stop
Provides a slow decrease in output
8 Avoid coupling and shaft damage
voltage. Extends the stopping time of
Prevent rotor and winding failure the motor. Typically used with pumps.
Stop drive belt squeal and breakage
9 Prevent water hammer in pipes
Soft stop the pump motors Motor Load CablesMoved for Full Voltage Start
10 Reduce pressure so valves close gently Protection
Relay
Avoid the surge wave
Reduce peak starting currents
11 Reduce voltage drop on motor start
Main Starter
Cubicle

12 Ratings
23004160 Vac
60 kV BIL impulse rating
13 Horsepower: to 5000 hp or 720 A

Refer to Table 10.1-26 on Page 10.1-35


14 for more detailed ratings information. Soft Starter
LV Control
Industry Standards Compartment
15 The AMPGARD solid-state starter is
designed and built to meet all applicable
industry standards. The 400 A starter is
16 available as a UL listed assembly. Drawout
SCR Truck
NEMA ICS3 (Located
Behind
17 UL 347 MV Door)
CSA
Manufactured in an ISO 9001
AMPGARD 400 A Soft Starter
18 and ISO 14001 certified facility

19

20

21

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-9
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 011
General Description

Table 10.1-3. MV4S Specifications


Description Specification i
Type of load Three-phase medium-voltage ac induction or synchronous motors
ac supply voltage 2300, 3300, 4160 Vac +10% to 15%, 50/60 Hz line voltages ii
hp ratings Up to 5000 hp at 4160 V (720 A)
Overload rating AC-53b (600-30-60m) (500% 60 sec; 600% 30 sec)
Power circuit Highest rated series SCRs available
1
SCR peak inverse voltage Line voltage PIV rating
2300 6500 2
3300 9000
4160 13,000
BIL rating 23004160 V: 60 kV; corona free design 3
Transient voltage protection Standard on all models
Vacuum Bypass Contactor ln-line and bypass standard on all models 4
Ambient operating conditions 050 C (82 F to 122 F) (optional 20 C to +50 C with heaters)
595% relative humidity
03300 ft (1000 m above sea level without derating)
5
Operator interface panel (HMI) Programmable keypad/operator with 2 lines x 20 character backlit LCD
Plain text display
Status/Alarm LEDs (indicate: Power, Run, Alarm, Trip, Aux 18)
Available I/0 Dedicated E-Stop circuit
6
Multiple Form C contacts rated 5 A at 250 Vac maximum 8 fully programmable
Relays (4 customer definable)
Fail safe operation 5 dedicated relays (fault, at-speed, etc.) 7
2 analog outputs
Acceleration control Voltage ramp, voltage ramp with current limit, power (kW) ramp, current ramp, current limit, or custom ramp,
tach feedback closed loop speed ramp optional, dual ramp, kick start, jog 8
Deceleration control Pump-flex decel control standard on all models
Motor and starter protection Electronic overload (49) Time between starts (66) shorted SCR
Instantaneous overcurrent (50) Bearing RTD protection (38) optional 9
ac time overcurrent (51) Stator RTD protection (49) optional
Undercurrent (37) Mechanical condition (39) optional
Current imbalance (46)
Phase loss (46)
Instantaneous overcurrent (50)
ac time overcurrent (51)
10
Overvoltage (59) Ground fault (option) incomplete sequence (48)
Undervoltage (27) Power factor trip (55)
Phase rotation (47) Differential (87 M) optional 11
Starter over-temp Ground fault (50N/51N, 50G/51G)
Starts per hour lockout (66) Rate of rise di/dt (7)
Lockout/Start inhibit (86) 12
Statistical data Fault log up to 60 events (data includes date and time)
Elapsed run time, last start time, average starting current
Time-to-trip, remaining inhibit time and starts/hour values
13
Metering (voltage and current) Percent of FLA, phase currents, kVAR, kVA, kW, power factor, demand, avg. start current,
remaining thermal register, thermal capacity to start, measured capacity to start, time since last start,
line frequency, phase order, RTD values (optional)
Commissioning software Free MV4SLink-based programming software
14
Communications RS-485 with Modbus RTU protocol or RS-232 with Windows interface
Optional DeviceNet, PROFIBUS, Ethernet Modbus/TCP, EtherNet/IP
Optional Web Server Remote Monitoring
15
Optional EZ-SCADA communications

16

17

18

19

20

21

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10.1-10 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 012
General Description

How It Works
i 1. At the time of start, the bypass
contactor is open and all current
passes through the SCRs that
ii ramp the voltage per the pre-
programmed starter settings.
1 2. After start is complete, the bypass
contactor closes, taking the SCRs
out of the circuit.
2 3. The SCRs are on for only a short
time therefore no MCC venting or
3 cooling is required.
4. When a stop command is
received, the SCRs can be
4 programmed to ramp down,
providing a soft stop.
MV4S Keypad and Display 400 A MV4S Roll-out Truck
5 Design
Application with Capacitors
Soft start components and bypass
Capacitors of any kind may not be
6 connected to the load of the solid-state
contactor are mounted in a easy-
to-remove roll-out truck assembly.
starter. When power factor correction
Maintenance can be performed with
capacitors are required, the capacitors
7 are connected ahead of the RVSS truck
the truck on a bench away from the
starter cubicle.
and are switched with a separate
capacitor contactor. If multiple starters The internal bypass contactor can be
8 with capacitors are supplied in the manually closed for emergency full
same lineup, capacitors are prevented voltage start operation.
from switching while solid-state starter
9 ramps. Long cable runs may create
enough capacitance to be of concern.
Capacitance connected to the starter
10 motor connections must not exceed
0.3 uF, typically 750 feet or 350 feet of
two cable runs per phase. Power factor
11 capacitors or surge capacitors must
not be connected at the motor.
12 Note: Contact Eaton for output
capacitance or cable lengths that
exceed the recommended values.
13
AMPGARD 720 A Soft Starter
14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21 720 A MV4S with Doors Open

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-11
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 013
General Description

Synchronous Motor Control, Brushless


i
Brush-type or Brushless The Basic Brushless starter includes
a three-phase dc power supply to
AMPGARD synchronous starters are generate exciter field current up to ii
available for Brush-type and Brushless 10 A plus a control board that provides
Motors. The Brush-type design features basic protection. A solid-state motor
the AMPGARD exclusive Soft-sync
that minimizes mechanical shock as
protective relay is supplied for pullout 1
protection. Output voltage is adjustable
the motor is synchronized. from 62125 Vdc.
Eaton Factory Authorized Start-up Stator protection is provided by an 2
Service is recommended with all EMR-3000 or other solid-state motor
Synchronous Starters. protection relay.
3
Brush-type
The Brush-type starter includes a 4
three-phase exciter to generate dc
rotor current up to 200 A plus a control
board that determines the proper 5
time to apply the dc field. Output
voltage is available at 125 Vdc or
250 Vdc. Basic protections include: 6
Locked rotor protection AMPGARD Synchronous Starter
Incomplete sequence 7
Failure to synchronize
Blown fuse protection
Pullout protection 8
Field loss protection
Power factor regulation/ 9
var regulation (option)
The protective features are displayed
on an Eaton GP02 interface module.
10
Stator protection is provided by
an EMR-3000 or other solid-state
motor protection relay. Brush-type Display with Trip Indication
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

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10.1-12 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 014
General Description

i Incoming Line Incoming Line Connection Options Type LBS Loadbreak Switch
Cable: Maximum of six per phase, For application needs with loads
Depending on the size and number
750 kcmil maximum, top or rated 600 or 1200 A at 23006600 V,
of incoming cables, an incoming line
ii enclosure may be necessary. Different
bottom entry AMPGARD is available with the Type
LBS loadbreak switch. The LBS is fixed
designs are available for incoming Bus Duct: Top only, 1200 A,
2000 A. Standard Eaton mounted and will fit in one-half of a
power for top or bottom entry.
1 three-wire designs only standard 80-inch (2032 mm) high,
36-inch (914 mm) wide vertical structure.
When incoming line metering is Transformer Throat: Must be the
specified, an additional 24-inch standard design used by Eaton Power fuses up to 450E amperes
2 (610 mm) wide metering structure can be mounted within the half-high
is typically supplied. Potential Transformers, structure. 600E or 750E fuses require
an additional half-structure, 1100E
3 Control Power Transformer or 1350E fuses require an additional
Disconnect and Fuses full structure. Lineups supplied with
unfused LBS switches or with switches
Bus connected (7.2 kV max.) potential
4 transformers and/or control power
that use fuses greater than 450 A
Bus for cannot be rated for 50 kAIC. Refer to
Top or transformers are mounted in a Table 10.1-6 on Page 10.1-19 for addi-
20-inch (508 mm) high assembly that
5 Bottom
Entry includes a disconnect and primary fuses.
tional ratings information. Mechanical
interlocks are incorporated so that the
Incoming The assembly can be mounted in a door cannot be opened when the switch
Power 24-inch (610 mm) or 36-inch (914 mm)
6 wide structure.
is on, and when the door is open the
switch cannot be closed. A safety
screen is supplied behind the switch
7 door. The Type LBS switch can be
supplied with two Form C electrical
interlocks. LBS switches have a
8 Typical 24-Inch (610 mm) Wide
mechanical life rating of 500 operations.
Incoming Line Structure

10 Potential Transformers, Control


Power Transformer and Fuses
Mounted in a Disconnect Assembly,
11 Height 20 Inches (508 mm)

12
Type LBS Loadbreak Switch Shown
13 in Upper or Lower Half of 36-Inch
(914 mm) Wide Structure, Height
40 Inches (1016 mm)
14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21 Type LBS Loadbreak Switch Shown


with Safety Screen Removed

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-13
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 015
General Description

Main Breaker AMPGARD Ratings Front/Side Accessible


i
23006600 Vac systems Connections
(7200 Vac maximum), three-phase All connections requiring main-
60 kV BIL impulse withstand rating tenance are front or side accessible ii
ANSI interrupting ratings50 kA, Rear access space is not required
K=1 breaker is standard An MBA (excluding back-to-back
Continuous current1200 A, 2000 A, design) can be installed flush
1
and 3000 A against the wall
Incoming line terminal can accept 2
up to 6 cables per phase, 500 kcmil

Circuit Breaker Rating Chart 3


Table 10.1-4. ANSI Standards
Type VCP-W Circuit Breakers Rated on
Symmetrical Current Rating Basis 4

Short-Circuit
Interrupting

Continuous
Withstand
5

Nominal

at 60 Hz
Impulse
Voltage

Current

Current
Rating

Rating
ANSI
kA kV kV Peak kA rms Amperes 6
50 4.16 60 kV BIL 50 1200
Main Breaker AMPGARD 2000
3000
7
General Description 50 6.9 60 kV BIL 50 1200

Eatons Main Breaker AMPGARD


2000
3000
8
(MBA) is a fully integrated metal-
enclosed medium-voltage Type VCP-W Notes: See Page 10.1-22 for complete ratings.
drawout vacuum circuit breaker that 9
is bus connected (close-coupled) to
AMPGARD medium-voltage starters
in a single integrated assembly. 10
Notes: MBA sections are 100 inches
(2540 mm) high.
Main Breaker AMPGARDDoors Open
11
Main Breaker AMPGARD (7.2 kV max.)
is suitable for service entrance. Utility Requires Less Floor Space 12
metering sections are not available. Only 60 inches (1524 mm) deep,
Main Breaker AMPGARD is designed the integrated MBA design provides
and built to meet the following a bus system that directly connects 13
standards where applicable: to AMPGARD motor starters, elimi-
NEMA ICS-1 and NEMA ICS-3, Part 2 nating space-consuming transition
ANSI/IEEE C37.20.3
sections. The reduced floor space 14
requirements yield significant cost
UL 347 savings, particularly when installa-
CSA C22.2, No. 31 and No.14 tion in a prefabricated electrical 15
house is required
Integral Racking Back-to-back starters provide for
The MBA is available with Eatons an increase in the number of 16
MR2 integral motorized remote racking starters without an increase in
option. The MR2 provides a means of floor space
remotely racking the main breaker,
17
helping mitigate arc flash exposure
for the user. 18
Listing/Certification
UL listing and CSA certification is 19
available, depending on the specific
bill of material.
20

21

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10.1-14 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 016
General Description

Microprocessor-Based Relays Enclosures


i Eatons protective relays provide The MBA is available in NEMA/
programmable circuit protection, EEMAC 1, NEMA/EEMAC 1G/1 A,
ii information and operator conducted
testing. Refer to Tab 4 for more
and NEMA/EEMAC 12 enclosures.

information.
1
Metering
Power Xpert meters are available
2 for multi-function metering. Refer
to Tab 3.

3 Communications
Eatons Power Xpert Architecture
4 communications provides for monitor-
ing and controlling complete electrical Low-Voltage Equipment Cell Compartment
distribution systems of those parts of for Metering and Protection Devices
5 a system selected by the operator.
Refer to Tab 2.
AMPGARD 2-High Structure Bus Connected
6 to Main Breaker Section

10
Side Panel Removed to Show Incoming
11 Cable Connections

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-15
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 017
Technical Data

Technical Data i
Typical Wiring Diagram for Full Voltage FVNR Starter
ii

1
Motor

3
T3 T2 T1

X2 X2 X2
CG CG 4
GND
1CT
X1 X1 X1 MP DP

C1
H1A H2A H1C H2A
5
C11
H1B H2B H1B H2B
C2
H1C H2C
C12 IQ DP-
4130 6
C3 C13 H1A H2C
25
EMR-
GND
X2 GF2
3000 24
G2
7
GFCT
G1
DP Ground
X1 GF1 M9 M9

V3
Mb 8
H3 X3 V13 C Neutral
IQ DP-4130 M8 M8
PF1 H2 X2 V2

GND
V2 B 9
C H1 X1 V1
H2 PT V11 A
SF2
H1 1Amp 10
12

12 Set Point
MB
MP System 11
11 Trip Mode 1
6 2 4
1T3 1T2 1T1 (BLK) (WHT) 50 (X2) (X2) 12
+

Cust. 3
-

Rcpt. DC DC
COIL
Run RIL Off GIL
COIL
M M M Cust. 120 V ACN 1 2 Coil
Test Power (X1) (X1) 13
+

Controller
-

(WHT) (BLK) MX
M 5 1

C Ground
1 Rcpt. MA
14
H2 X2 3
120 V
B ISW

A H1 VA X1
IS1
12
MA
3
15
PF1 IS2 M7 M5
M3
1 Amp CPT 1 Plug
*

Start Start Ma
750 120 V X1
8 M2
16
Main SF1 Amp MX
Fuse 2
17
*

1
Stop
M7 M5
P1
Ground 1A Ma Mb
ISW
G M6 M4 18
URTD AC Ground Stop
ACN 32

MP 9 4 7 5
G
Ground 19
L3 L2 L1
P1
4160 Vac
60 Hz
P1
20

Figure 10.1-1. Induction Motor Across-the-Line Starter, Vacuum Contactor with Optional EMR-3000 Motor Protection and 21
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10.1-16 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 018
Technical Data

Typical Wiring Diagram for Reduced Voltage Autotransformer RVAT Starter


i

ii
MOTOR

1
T3 T2 T1
2

4
Ground

SCTB

MP
GF12

5
GF2
X2

G1 G2
EMR-3000

GFCT
1CG GF11
GF1
X1

M9
6 R9
R9 Mb
M9
CG

Rb
Ground
X1 X2

X1 X2

X2

1CT
DP

R8 M8
X1

H1C H1B H1A


H2C H2B H2A

H2A R8 M8
C11 H1A C21 R7
7 C1 R7
IQ DP-4130

H2B Ra
C12 H1B C22
C2 H2C R6
C13 H1C C23 R6
25 R5
8 C3
24
Rb R5
R4
R4
DP

Ground
G

9 X3 V3
A B NEU C

V13
IQ DP-4130

H3
GND

X2 V2
H2 V2
X1 V11
10 H1
PT
Ground

V1
SF2
G

1 AMP
12

VC
11
2SA
3SA

1SA

S S VB 12 Set Point Sys


L K J VA MB RB SB TP Mode 1
MP
0
0

50 50 50 11
6 2 6 2 6 2
1T2
1T3

12 Set MP3000 Set Point


COIL CONTROLLER

COIL CONTROLLER

COIL CONTROLLER
(WHT)

(WHT)

(WHT)

65
(BLK)

65 65
(BLK)

1T1
(BLK)

Autotransformer "START" to the


+

+
-

-
+

DC DC DC DC DC DC
80 80 80 COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL Following; TRNC(100),
R 1 2 1 2 1 2
R R
(WHT)

TRNT (Max 30 Sec),


(WHT)

(WHT)
+

+
-

-
(BLK)

(BLK)
(BLK)

L L L
13 F E D
M 5 1 R 5 1 S 5 1
and TRN(I).

MA RA SA X2 X2
14 50
RCPT

OFF
ACN
Cust

RUN RIL GIL


Cust 120 V
Test Power

M M M
X1 X1
MP

SX MX RX 10 (DISCRETE
IN 2)
15
1 RCPT
120 V

52 INC. SEQ.
GND

C MA RA SA S5 R3
Transition

H2 X2 2
SF1 1X1 IS2 ISW

B MP S5 R3
1
16 A H1 X1 12 Sb Ra
IS1

51
PF1 M3 S4 R2 M7 M5
1 AMP CPT RX
8 AMP

Main 750 VA MX RX SX S6
17 Fuse 1 PLUG
120V 3 S4 S7
1 M3 M7 M5
Ground 1 START M4 Ma Mb
18 ISW M2 M6 M4
2

19 L3 L2 L1
STOP
Ground

9 4 7 G 1A
4160 Vac MP 5
20 60 Hz P1
P1

21 Figure 10.1-2. Induction Motor Reduced Voltage Autotransformer Starter, Vacuum Contactor with Optional EMR-3000 Motor Protection and
IQ Metering, Start-Stop Pushbuttons, and Red and Green Indicating Lights

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-17
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 019
Technical Data

Typical Wiring Diagram for Solid-State Reduced Voltage Starter


i
Capacitors (Power Factor or Surge) MP4000 Programming Notes: 25 27

ii
72

Contactor Status Indicators for


Must not be Connected to the Load Side MAX

Fault Status Indicator


MP4000 Must be Programmed for AUX2 Relay Output to Trip on: MAX

RVSS Bypass Input


for Customers use

TB8-6
Customers Use
of the RVSS Starter. If Capacitors are 31 B7
Motor 24 26
Supplied in the Motor Terminal Box, Ground Fault, Instantaneous Overcurrent and Differential (if used).
TRPX MP AUX 3 Ba TCB
They Must be Removed. These Trip Conditions Will Result in the Immediate Opening of the 23 21

TB8-5
30
Main Contactor (Uncontrolled Shutdown)
All Other Trip Functions Will Operate the Trip Output and Allow the
MAX

22
MAX
20
B6

71
1
Softstart Module to Open the Circuit (Controlled Shutdown)
T3 T2 T1 Refer to MP4000 Manual IB02602002E, Pages 4-12 Through 4-13,
Setpoints 10-2, 10-15 and 10-19.
SS2
Softstart Bypass
2
Position
Cont Normal Bypass
12 1 X

3
2 X
3 X
4 X

SCTB X2 X2 X2
CG CG1 MAX Run RIL Off GIL Bypass 1RIL
CG CG1

1CT
White
Green
G GND MP
X1 X1 X1
4
TB1
C3 C2 C1 Red C11 C12 H1A H2A C13 1 2 = Circuit Board Input
Blue Black
C11 TB2 Continued
= Circuit Board Dry Output
C21
C21

C31
C22

C32
H1B H2B
EMR-3000
H1C H2C
C23

C33
1

1
TB3
2

2
from Lower
Left

M3 M5 B3
= Circuit Board Wetted Output 5
C31 25
CIB
24

GND
MP
6
X2 GF2 GF21 B3
G2 M3 M5
GFCT GF11 EMR-3000
G1 Ma Mb Ba
X1 GF1

1T3
M2 M4
B2 7
1T2
1T1
B

1
Reduced Voltage 400A MVS4 Starter
8
B
SCR ASSY

SCR ASSY

SCR ASSY

400 AMP
Pole ASSY

B 9
66 64
D 68
GND

TB2-6
TB1-8
E MP G
Emergency Bypass
TB2-2

RVSS Reset
Start/Stop

Reset
* = Remote Device
H2 X2
V3 V31
C V13 V13 BLK
J2-1 SS2 TCB
CR TCB

TB1-6
CPU
= Internal Term. Blk(s) 10

TB2-5
3
TB2-1

H1 X1 GND NEU = Term. Blk. for Customer Conn.


J2-4 = TX Type Light
V2 B V2 V2 GRY TX
H2 X2
H1 V11 MP4000
X1 65 63
J2-7 67
V11 YEL
11
PT V1 A V11
SF2 MCB
1 AMP See MP
Programming
Notes
12
12

MB
2
BB
12
MP Mode 1 2
2 AUX 2
6 6
1
(White)

(White)

12
(Black) (Black) MP Mode 2
+

13
- + - TRIP
DC DC DC DC 13
VC Coil Coil Coil Coil
Coil Controller

1 1 2
Coil Controller

VB 2
(Black)

+ +
(Black)

VA - -
(White) (White) 52
TB2-2

M 5 1 B 5 1
D X2
E Time Between
F
MA
MX
BA
BX SS2
1
MCB Starts Timer
(AUX5 Failsafe)
RVSS
Fault
WIL TRPX
14
TB2-1

X1

M M M
CUST 51
ACN RCPT

15
TB1-9

CUST 120V TRPX


Test Power
50 TCB
TB1-1

50
C GND Continued
X2 120V CR at Right

16
12
TB4-3

VB H2
1 Plug

B
H1 69 70
VA X1 1 RCPT CIB
A
TB4-1

PF1 CPT IS2 IS3 BA 3 62


3 AMP 2K VA
ISW ISW

Main
Fuse
IS1

SF1
AMP
3
17
15
1
TB8-9

*
TB8-7

MX A1 A1 Start Start CR 62
PNL PNL AED

ISW
GND 1 SS2
4
TCB Main Coil SS2
2
TCB Bypass
Coil
2
Ring
Transformers 18
Reset

S N
TB3-11

55
PHASE C
BX * RVSS
Stop EZ Relay TCB
Timing Head .1-30SEC 54 Fault

19
CR
TB3-10

S N
1A NO/NC PHASE B
L3 L2 L1
TRPX
Stop 1 S N
G PHASE A
MP 9 4 7 5 GND
4160 VAC
60 HZ 1 1 1 1
20
Figure 10.1-3. Induction Motor Reduced Voltage Solid-State Starter, Vacuum Contactor with EMR-3000 Motor Protection, Local and Remote
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i

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ii

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
Technical Data

1L3 3CT 52
L3

X1 X2
Motor Starters

1L2 2CT 52 L2
4160 VAC
MAIN BUS
60 HZ
X1 X2

1L1 1CT 52 L1

X1 X2

1LA 2LA 3LA


C3 C2 C1 CG
L1 L2
1
G DISC GND
SW
GND
PF1 FPR
3 AMP

H1 H2
CPT
(OPTIONAL UPS SHOWN) 2K VA /120
X1 X2

X1 X2
UPS
PLUG UPS SF1
RCPT 15 AMP
120V HI GND
120V X2
52 50 C1
(DISC SW 51

TO FPR
HANDLE
C1 INTLK) C1
53 UPS FPR
RCPT
PLUG
120V 52
120V

Figure 10.1-4. Typical Wiring Diagram for Main Breaker Ampgard


LEGEND

PG
Typical Wiring Diagram for Main Breaker Ampgard

53

FROM UPS
CS
- BKR. CONTROL SWITCH - CLOSE
2
P1 G
CS
GND 24 - BKR. CONTROL SWITCH - TRIP
1
24 Y - ANTI PUMP RELAY
SR - SPRING RELEASE COIL (CLOSE COIL)
LS1 PS2 M - SPRING CHARGING MOTOR
M LC - LATCH CHECK SWITCH
1 SPRING 24
bb CHARGING bb ST - SHUNT TRIP COIL
MOTOR
PS1 - SECONDARY DISCONNECT ON BREAKER
- INTERNAL TERMINAL BLOCK
10.1-18 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage

2 PS1 - POSITION SWITCH 1


CS Y
4 PS2 - POSITION SWITCH 2
2
Y ANTI PUMP
4 21
RELAY - CUSTOMER TERMINAL BLOCK (CTB)
LS2
SPRING RELEASE COIL * - REMOTE DEVICE
(CLOSE COIL)
bb
+
Y SR 52b LC LS2 OPERATION SWITCH TERMINAL
AC AC
LS1 CLOSED UNTIL SPRINGS
aa 'C' AND 'NO' BROWN
- bb ARE FULLY CHARGED
LS2 OPEN UNTIL SPRINGS
52b FPR aa ARE FULLY CHARGED 'C' AND 'NC' BLACK

LS2 CLOSED UNTIL SPRINGS


8 17 'C' AND 'NO' BLACK
bb ARE FULLY CHARGED
TOCb LC OPEN UNTIL MECHANISM
'C' AND 'NO'
IS RESET
H1 H2
PS1 OPEN IN ALL EXCEPT
BETWEEN 'TEST' AND 'C' AND 'NC'

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OPEN 'CONNECTED' POSITIONS
52b
5 PS2 CLOSED IN ALL EXCEPT
X1
GIL X2
20 5 52a 52b MOCa MOCb TOCa TOCb BETWEEN 'TEST' AND 'C' AND 'NO'
'CONNECTED' POSITIONS
CLOSED 7 18 10 15 S1 S2 S3 S4 H3 H4 H5 H6
52a
9 7 18 10 15 S1 S2 S3 S4 H3 H4 H5 H6
X1
RIL X2
16 9
CS
CIRCUIT BREAKER POSITION
CTD MAIN BREAKER SPARE INTLKS MECHANISM OPERATED SPARE INTLKS TRUCK OPERATED SPARE INTLKS CONTROL
TERM TRIP OPEN CLOSE
CONTACT

AC COM TRIP CLOSE


CAP TRIP 1 18-11 X
170 VDC 2 16-17 X
+ COM
* = REMOTE DEVICE NOTES
= INTERNAL TERM. BLK(S) 1 - TOC CONTACTS SHOWN WITH BREAKER IN TEST POSITION.
REMOTE TRIP 52a 52a = TERM. BLK. FOR 2 - REFER TO INSTRUCTION BOOK I.B. 32-255-1C FOR
P2 6
ST CUSTOMER CONN. TYPICAL BREAKER OPERATION AND DEVICE LEGEND.
6 19
TX= TX TYPE LIGHT
CS MAIN BREAKER 50kA RATED
1

FPR
BO1

(TRIP)

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-19
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 021
Technical Data

Table 10.1-5. Starter Maximum Continuous Current Ratings


Starter Class Enclosure Type i
NEMA 1 NEMA 12/NEMA 3R Arc Resistant

Two-high with 400 A 7.2 kV contactors 360 top 330 top 320 top ii
360 bottom 330 bottom 320 bottom
Two-high with 400 A 7.2 kV contactorsalternate 320 top 230 top 210 top
400 bottom 1 370 bottom 350 bottom
1
One-high with 800 A 7.2 kV contactor 650/750 1 650 600/750 1
One-high with 300 A 15 kV contactor 300 300 N/A 2
1 Limited acceleration time and locked rotor current. Contact Eaton for details.

LBS Loadbreak Switch 3


Table 10.1-6. LBS Switch Ratings
Description Continuous Load-Break Fault Close Rating, System Fault Rating, 4
Amperes Amperes kA Asymmetrical kA Symmetrical

600 A unfused switch 600 600 40 25


1200 A unfused switch 1200 1200 61 38 5
600 A fused switch, 450E maximum fuse 450 600 80 50
1200 A fused switch, 450E maximum fuse 450 1200 80 50
600 A fused switch, 750E maximum fuse 600 600 64 40
6
1200 A fused switch, 750E maximum fuse 750 1200 64 40
1200 A fused switch, 1350E maximum fuse 1200 2 1200 49 31
2 1200 A rating is for NEMA 1 enclosure with vented covers. NEMA 3R/12 rating is 1000 A.
7
Type SL, 400 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Contactor/Starter Ratings 8
Table 10.1-7. Type SL 400 A Vacuum Contactor Ratings
Rated Utilization Voltage 2200 to 2500 V 3000 to 3600 V 3800 to 4800 V 6000 to 7200 V
9
Interrupting rating
(With 400 A high interrupting contactor)
NEMA unfused (E1)
NEMA fused (E2)
8.5 kA
50 kA
8.5 kA
50 kA
8.5 kA
50 kA
8.5 kA
50 kA
10
Application table 200 MVA at 2400 V 285 MVA at 3300 V 400 MVA at 4600 V 570 MVA at 6600 V
Induction motor
Synchronous motor (0.8 PF)
1750 hp
1750 hp
2250 hp
2250 hp
3000 hp
3000 hp
4500 hp
4500 hp
11
(1.0 PF) 2000 hp 2500 hp 3500 hp 5500 hp
Transformer 3 1500 kVA 2000 kVA 2250 kVA 4000 kVA
Capacitor three-phase 1200 kVAR 1650 kVAR 2100 kVAR 3300 kVAR 12
Maximum Insulation Voltage: 7200 V
Maximum interrupting current Arcing time 12 milliseconds (3/4 cycle) or less
(3 operations) 8500 A (High interrupting) Pickup voltage 80% rated coil voltage 13
4500 A (Standard interrupting) Dropout voltage 60% rated coil voltage
Rated current 400 A enclosed Control voltages
IEC make-break capability-AC4
Make 4000 A
ac
dc
110/120/220/240 (50/60 Hz)
125
14
Break 3200 A Control circuit burden
Short-time current Closing (ac)/(dc) 100V125 V, 1 kVA/200250 V, 1.8 kVA
30 seconds 2400 A Holding (ac)/(dc) 100V125 V, 40 VA/200250 V, 50 VA 15
1 second 6000 A Auxiliary contact rating
8.7 milliseconds (0.5 cycle) 4 63 kA peak Voltage (maximum) 600 V
Standard service altitude
Optional service altitudes
1000 to +2000 meters
3500 to 1001 meters
Continuous current
Making capacity (ac)
10 A
7200 VA
16
+2001 to +5000 meters Making capacity (dc) 125 VA
Mechanical life 2.5 million operations Breaking capacity (ac) 720 VA
Electrical life 300,000 operations Breaking capacity (dc) 125 VA 17
BIL 60 kV (1.2 x 50 microseconds) Latch (when specified)
Dielectric strength (60 Hz) 20 kV (1 minute) Mechanical life 250,000 operations
Closing time
(Energization to contact touch)
80 milliseconds Trip voltages (dc)
Trip voltages (ac)
24/125 V
110/120 V
18
Opening time 30 to 330 milliseconds (selectable) Minimum trip voltage 80% rated coil voltage
Trip burden
24 Vdc 400 VA 19
125 Vdc 400 VA
110/120 Vac 400 VA
Trip time
Weight
30 milliseconds
60 lb (27 kg) (stab-in/bolt-in)
20
3 Higher ratings possible depending on transformer magnetizing current. Contact Eaton for more information.
4 Time stated in cycles on 60 Hz base.
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Sheet 10 022
Technical Data

Type SL, 800 A, 7.2 kV Vacuum Contactor/Starter Ratings


i
Table 10.1-8. Type SL 800 A Vacuum Contactor Ratings
Description SL 25V830 SL 33V830 SL 50V830 SL 72V830
ii Rated utilization voltage 22002500 V 30003300 V 38005000 V 60007200 V
Interrupting rating
1 NEMA unfused (E1)
NEMA fused (E2)
12.5 kA
200 MVA at 2300 V
12.5 kA 12.5 kA 12.5 kA
285 MVA at 3300 V 408 MVA at 4600 V 570 MVA at 6600 V
NEMA fused (E2) 50 kA 50 kA 50 kA 50 kA
Power rating 1
2 Induction motor 3000 hp 4000 hp 5000 hp 8000 hp
Synchronous motor (0.8 PF) 3000 hp 4000 hp 5000 hp 8000 hp
(1.0 PF) 3500 hp 5000 hp 6000 hp 10,000 hp
3 Transformer 2500 kVA 3500 kVA 4500 kVA 6000 kVA
Capacitor three-phase 2400 kVAR 3200 kVAR 4000 kVAR 4800 kVAR
Maximum Insulation Voltage: 7200 V
4 Maximum interrupting current Arcing time 12 milliseconds (3/4 cycle) or less
(three operations) 12,500 A Pickup voltage 80% rated coil voltage
Rated current 600/650/720 A enclosed Dropout voltage 60% rated coil voltage
5 IEC make-break capability-AC4 class 3
800 A open Control voltages (ac)/(dc) 110/120/220/240 V (50/60 Hz)
125 Vdc
Make 8000 A Control circuit burden (rated volt)
Break 6400 A Closing (ac)/(dc) 2600 VA
6 Short time current Holding (ac)/(dc) 80 VA
30 seconds 4320 A Auxiliary contact rating (L-64)
1 second 10,800 A Voltage (maximum) 600 V
7 8.75 milliseconds (0.5 cycle)
Mechanical life
86 kA peak
250,000 operations
Continuous current
Making capacity (ac)
10A
7200 VA
Electrical life 200,000 operations Making capacity (dc) 200 VA
At rated current Breaking capacity (ac) 720 VA
8 BIL 60 kV (1.2 x 50 microseconds) Breaking capacity (dc) 200 VA
Dielectric strength (60 Hz) 18.2 kV (1 minute) Latch (when specified)
Closing time (energization to contact touch) 80 milliseconds Mechanical life 100,000 operations
9 Opening time 50330 milliseconds, field
selectable
Trip voltages (dc)
Trip voltages (ac)
24/48/96 V
110/220 V (50/60 Hz)
Tripping voltage 80% rated coil voltage
Tripping burden
10 24 Vdc 1200 VA
48 Vdc and 96 Vdc 400 VA
110 Vac and 220 Vac 500 VA
Weight 95 lbs (43 kg)
11 1 Other power ratings are available based on the specific load data.

Table 10.1-9. Heat Loss in Watts, at 60 Hz


12
Contactor Operating Heat
Rating Amperes Loss
13 400 A 187 A 400 W
400 A 400 A 800 W
800 A 720 A 1150 W
14

15

16

17

18

19

20

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 023
Technical Data

Type SL, 300 A, 15 kV Vacuum Contactor/Starter Ratings


i
Table 10.1-10. Type SL 15 kV Vacuum Contactor Ratings
Description SL12V330 SL15V330

Utilization voltage 10,00011,000 V 12,40013,800 V


ii
Interrupting rating
EI (unfused)
E2 (fused)
5 kA
950 MVA at 11,000 V
5 kA
1190 MVA at 13,800 V
1
E2 (fused) 50 kA 50 kA
Induction motor 6000 hp (300 FLA) 7500 hp (300 FLA)
Synchronous motor (0.8 PF) 6000 hp 7500 hp
2
Synchronous motor (1.0 PF) 6750 hp 8500 hp
Transformer 3800 kVA at 11 kV 6800 kVA at 13.8 kV 3
BIL 75 kV 95 kV (with arrestors)

Table 10.1-11. Type SL 15 kV Vacuum Contactor Specifications 4


Specification Rating

Maximum voltage 15,000 V 5


Maximum interrupting current (three operations) 5000 A
Rated current 300 A enclosed
300 A open 6
IEC make-break capability AC3make 3000
AC3break 2400
Short-time current 7
30 seconds 1800 A
1 second 4500 A
8.75 milliseconds 43 kA peak 8
Mechanical life 250,000 operations
Electrical life 200,000 operations
Dielectric strength (60 Hz) 36 kV (1 minute)
9
BIL 75 kV (1.2 x 50 microseconds)
Closing time 80 milliseconds 10
Opening time 50 to 330 milliseconds (selectable)
Weight 95 lbs (43 kg)
Arcing time 12 milliseconds (3/4 cycle) or less 11
Pickup voltage 80% rated coil voltage
Dropout voltage 60% rated coil voltage
12
Control voltages
(ac) 110/120/220/240 V (50/60 Hz)
(dc) 125 V
Control circuit burden (rated voltage)
13
Closing 2600 VA
Holding 80 VA
Auxiliary contact ratings
14
Voltage (maximum) 600V
Continuous current 10 A
Making capacity (ac) 7200 VA 15
Making capacity (dc) 200 VA
Breaking capacity (ac) 720 VA
Breaking capacity (dc) 200 VA
16
Latch (when specified)
Mechanical life 250,000 operations
Trip voltages (dc) 24/48/96 V
Trip voltages (ac) 110/220 V (50/60 Hz) 17
Tripping voltage 80% rated coil voltage
Tripping burden
24 Vdc 1200 VA 18
48 Vdc and 96 Vdc 400 VA
110 Vac and 220 Vac 500 VA
Weight 95 lb (43 kg) 19

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Sheet 10 024
Technical Data

Main Breaker Ratings


i
Table 10.1-12. Available 5/15 kV VCP-W Vacuum Circuit Breaker Types Rated on Symmetrical Current Rating Basis, Per ANSI Standards
(Rated K = 1.0)
ii Identification Rated Values
Drawout Circuit Insulation Level Short-Circuit Ratings (Reference C37.04-1999 and C37.06-2009 Except as Noted 1)
Breaker Type Transient Recovery Voltage

Lightning Impulse Withstand


1
Power Frequency Withstand
Parameters are Based on TD-4

Asymmetrical Interrupting
Symmetrical Interrupting

dc Component (% dc) 3

Short-Time Withstand
Maximum Voltage (V)

Continuous Current 2

Closing and Latching


2
Voltage (1.2 x 50 s)
Power Frequency 1

TRV Rise Time (t3)

Interrupting Time
Voltage (1 min.)

(T2 = t3 x 1.137)

RRRV = uc/t3 6
Current (2.6 x I)
Current (It) 4

Time to Peak
Peak Voltage
Current (I) 2
3

(E2) = (uc)
Current 5
4
Units kV Hz kV kV A kA % kA rms kA rms kV sec sec kV/ ms Cycles
rms rms Peak rms rms asym Peak Peak sec (60 Hz)
5 sym Total

50 VCP-W 50 4.76 60 13.3 60 1200 50 44 59 130 50 8.2 50 44 0.19 50 5


2000
6 3000
150 VCP-W 50 7.2 60 18.2 60 1200 50 44 59 130 50 25.7 75 66 0.39 50 5
2000
7 3000
1 All circuit breakers are tested at 60 Hz; however, they can also be applied at 50 Hz with no derating.
2 Because the voltage range factor K = 1, the short-time withstand current and the maximum symmetrical interrupting current are equal to the rated
8 symmetrical interrupting current.
3 Based on the standard dc time constant of 45 ms (corresponding to X/R of 17 for 60 Hz) and the minimum contact parting time as determined from
the minimum opening time plus the assumed minimum relay time of 1/2 cycle (8.33 ms for 60 Hz).
9 4
5
The asymmetrical interrupting current, I total, is given by (It) = I x Sqrt (1 + 2 x %dc x %dc) kA rms asymmetrical total.
Duration of short-time current and maximum permissible tripping delay are both 2 seconds for all circuit breakers listed in this table, as required
in C37.04-1999, C37.06-2000 and C37.06-2009.
10 6 RRRV can also be calculated as = 1.137 x E2/T2.

Table 10.1-13. VCP-W Breaker Stored Energy Mechanism Control Power Requirements
11 Rated
Control
Spring Charge Motor UV Trip mA
(Maximum)
Voltage Range Indicating
Light
Run Time Close or Trip Close Trip
Voltage Amperes (Seconds) Amperes Amperes

12 48 Vdc 9.0 6 16 200 3856 2856 0.35


125 Vdc 4.0 6 7 80 100140 70140 0.35
250 Vdc 2.0 6 4 40 200280 140280 0.35
13 120 Vac 4.0 6 6 104127 104127 0.35
240 Vac 2.0 6 3 208254 208254 0.35

14 Table 10.1-14. Heat Loss in Watts at Full Rating, at 60 Hz


Breaker Rating 1200 A 2000 A 3000 A

15 5 kV or 7.2 kV 1350 W 1550 W 2250 W

16

17

18

19

20

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 025
Technical Data

Contactor-Fuse Coordination AMPGARD starters also ensure This will help minimize mechanical
The AMGARD starter provides
coordination between other starter damage to the motor and may prevent i
components. The current transformers the starter fuses from blowing by
ensured coordination between its and protective relays are selected to allowing the contactor to clear the
fuses, contactor, current transformers, work properly with each other, and fault (only if the fault is less than the ii
protective relays, and the motor it to protect the motor. Protective relays contactor interrupting rating).
is controlling. like Eatons EMR-3000 provide optimal
One of the most critical coordination motor protection, while also rapidly AMPGARD starters use 400 A standard 1
opening the contactor during fault interrupting contactors (SL400-SI)
issues is between the contactor and when the contactor is not required
the starter fuses. The fuses must conditions. This rapid opening signal
interrupt faults greater than the cannot open the contactor in less than to coordinate with the starter main 2
its set dropout time, but it will take fuse. An example of this application
interrupting rating of the contactor. is the run contactor of a reduced
The AMPGARD 400 A high interrupting the motor off-line in the shortest
contactor (SL400A-HI) has an 8-cycle possible time. voltage starter. 3
dropout time factory setting as
standard and will interrupt at 8500 A.
The maximum size fuse used with an 4
SL400A-HI contactor is a 450-24R. By
comparing the fuse curve with the
contactor rating, it can be observed 5
that for faults greater than 8500 A, the
fuse will open before the contactor.
With faults less than 8500 A, the
6
contactor may clear the fault before
the fuse blows, depending on the
7
Time

settings of the protective relays. Refer


to Figure 10.1-5 for an illustration of
AMPGARD coordination.
Contactor 24R Fuse 8
Dropout Curve
Other vacuum contactors available
today may have lower interrupting
ratings than the AMPGARD Type SL
Contactor
Interrupting Rating 9
vacuum contactors. Dropout times
also vary, and may be as short as
two cycles on other starter designs. Current 10
Lower interrupting ratings and shorter Figure 10.1-5. Proper Contactor Fuse Coordination Found in AMPGARD Starter
dropout times can result in fault
current levels where the contactor 11
may be required to interrupt a fault
greater than its rating. This can
result in equipment failure. Refer to 12
Figure 10.1-6 for an illustration of
an improperly coordinated starter.
13

24R Fuse
Curve
14
Time

15
Contactor
Dropout
Contactor
Interrupting Rating 16

17
Fault Current Range
where Contactor can
Current
18
Attempt to Open on a Fault
Greater than its Rating

Figure 10.1-6. Contactor Fuses That Are Not Properly Coordinated


19

20

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Sheet 10 026
Technical Data

Protection Considerations InsulGard relays are an available This early warning will help the user to
i Coordinated with the motors
option on AMPGARD starters. The better schedule maintenance and
InsulGard provides early warning of avoid unplanned downtime.
characteristics, the protective devices increasing partial discharge levels in the
ii in the AMPGARD starter provide motor
protection from overload to
starting equipment, cables and motor.
full system capacity faults.
1 AMPGARD starters are supplied with
an adjustable thermal overload relay Ultimate Trip
as standard.
2
Multi-function solid-state motor
protection relays are a common
3 option on AMPGARD starters. The
EMR-3000 is typically provided when
a multi-function relay is specified. MP-3000 Motor Protection
4 The EMR-3000 provides many types of Curve Programmed to
protection including overload, locked Follow Specific Motor
Damage Curve Providing
rotor, ground fault and phase loss/ Maximum Motor
5 phase unbalance. The EMR-3000 also Utilization

provides start control logic to protect


the motor against excessive starting.
6 The relay may be applied to either
across-the-line or reduced voltage
starters. On reduced voltage starters, Controller Maximum
7 the EMR-3000 can control the Interrupting Rating
transition from reduced to full voltage,
offering the greatest protection for the
8 motor and starter. An optional RTD
module can be supplied for motors
Time In Seconds

with built-in RTDs. The EMR-4000 can


9 be supplied when voltage monitoring Full Load Amps
and protection are required.

10

11 Motor Starting Curve

12 Instantaneous
Overcurrent

13
24R Fuse

14

15 Contactor Dropout

16
Asymmetrical
17 EMR-3000 Motor Protective Relay Offset Compensation

Contactor Interrupting
18 Capacity

Current
19
Figure 10.1-7. Full Range Coordinated Protection Between Current Limiting Type CLS Fuses,
Vacuum Contactor and Motor Protection Relay
20

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 027
Technical Data

Starter Fuse Information Table 10.1-17. E-Rated FusesFeeder/Transformer Application


Table 10.1-15. R-Rated FusesMotor Application Voltage Starter Size FLA-Min. FLA-Max. Fuse i
Voltage Starter Size FLA-Min. FLA-Max. Fuse 5 kV 400 A 1 7.1 10E
5 kV 400 A 10.9 18.6 1R
7.2
10.8
10.7
14.3
15E
20E
ii
18.7 31.1 70-2R 14.4 17.9 25E
31.2 46.7 100-3R
18 21.4 30E
46.8
62.4
62.3
74.7
130-4R
150-5R
21.5 28.6 40E 1
28.7 35.7 50E
74.8 93.5 170-6R
35.8 46.4 65E
93.6 137 200-9R
137.1 187 230-12R
46.5
57.2
57.1
71.4
80E
100E
2
187.1 244 390-18R
71.5 89.3 125E
244.1 400 450-24R 1 89.4 107.1 150E
800 A 400.1 750 800-44R 2 107.2 125 175E 3
7.2 kV 400 A 10.9 34.2 70-2R 125.1 142.9 200E
34.3 46.7 100-3R 143 178.6 250E
46.8
56.8
56.7
68.4
130-4R
150-5R
178.7
214.4
214.3
250
300E
350E
4
68.5 85.1 170-6R 250.1 285.7 400E
85.2 137 200-9R 285.8 321.4 450E
137.1 187 230-12R 800 A 321.5 428.6 600E
5
187.1 273 390-18R 428.7 535.7 750E
273.1 400 450-24R 1
7.2 kV 400 A 1 7.1 10E
800 A 400.1 720 800-44R
7.2 10.7 15E 6
15 kV 300 A 1 23.3 40A 10.8 14.3 20E
23.4 29.3 50A 14.4 17.9 25E
29.4
34.8
34.7
44
65A
80A
18
21.5
21.4
28.6
30E
40E
7
44.1 56 100A 28.7 35.7 50E
56.1 80 125A 35.8 46.4 65E
80.1 90.7 150A 46.5 57.1 80E 8
90.8 98.7 175A 57.2 71.4 100E
98.8 113.3 200A 71.5 89.3 125E
113.4
160.1
160
200
250A
300A
89.4
107.2
107.1
125
150E
175E
9
200.1 300 400A 125.1 142.9 200E
1 For FLA >360, verify motor LRA and accel times are within allowable 143 178.6 250E
fuse characteristics. 178.7 214.3 300E 10
2 For FLA >720, verify motor LRA and accel times are within allowable 214.4 250 350E
fuse characteristics. 15 kV 300 A 1 300 400E
Note: For motor applications, fuses are sized based on locked rotor 11
amperes of 6-times full load amperes and acceleration time of Note: For feeder (transformer) applications, fuses are sized
10 seconds. for transformer full load amperes times 1.4.
Table 10.1-16. Current Transformer Application
12
Note: 350E is largest rating available in 7.2 kV rating; 400E rating is
Voltage Starter Size FLA-Min. FLA-Max. CT(R:5) largest in 15 kV.

5 kV/7.2 kV 400 A 10 22.9 25 Table 10.1-18. Standard Voltage Transformer, 60 Hz Accuracy 13


23 41.9 50
42 62.9 75 kV Standard Burdens Thermal Rating Metering
63 82.9 100
Class Ratios at 120 V VA at 55 C VA at 55 C
14
83 123.9 150
7.2 20, 30, 35, 40, 0.3 WXMY 1.2Z 100 25
124 165.9 200
55, 60
166 246.9 300
247 328.9 400 15 100, 105, 110, 0.3 WXMYZ 500 10 15
329 400 600 115, 120
800 A 401 492.9 600
493 656.9 800 16
657 750 1000

Note: CT class is C5 or higher. All have sufficient burden capability to 17


drive most electronic overload relays.

Table 10.1-19. Standard Voltage Transformer Ratio Information 18


RatingVolts 2400 3600 4200 4800 6600 7200 12,000 12,500 13,200 13,800 14,400

Ratio 20:1 30:1 35:1 40:1 55:1 60:1 100:1 105:1 110:1 115:1 120:1 19

20

21

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Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 028
Layout Dimensions

i Layout Dimensions Specifications


Table 10.1-20. Starter Selection InformationDimensions in Inches (mm)
Full Voltage Squirrel Cage Starters Horsepower 1 Volts

Ampere Rating
Dimensions Weight

Starter Spaces
ii

Arrangement
Catalog S210 Non-Reversing Height 2 Width Lbs (kg)

Interrupting
Depth

Equipment
(Enclosed)

Additional
Contactor
Catalog S310 Reversing

Number
Starter

Rating
(kVA)
1 Equipment Details
Mounted in the Medium-Voltage Section 22002400 V Non-Reversing
2 Three incoming line connectors 700/800 3 2300 400 200,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1350 (613)
1500/1750 4 2300 400 200,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1350 (613)
Drawout three-pole gang-operated line 3000 2300 720 200,000 2 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1700 (772)
isolating switch assembly with iso-
3 lating shutter, external operating
22002400 V Reversing
handle interlocked to prevent opening 700/800 3 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
1500/1750 4 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
the medium-voltage compartment
4 door until the isolating switch is
3000 2300 720 200,000 4 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 2400 (1090)
40004800 V Non-Reversing
open and grounded
1250/1500 3 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1350 (613)
Vertically mounted current limiting
5 power fuses with pop-up blown fuse
2500/3000 4 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1350 (613)
5500 4600 720 400,000 2 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1700 (772)
indicators 40004800 V Reversing
6 One magnetic three-pole vacuum 1250/1500 3 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
contactor with dc operating coils 2500/3000 4 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
and mechanical interlock to prevent 5500 4600 720 400,000 4 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 2400 (1090)
7 opening the isolating switch when 6600 V Non-Reversing
contactor is closed 2000/2250 3 6600 6 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1500 (681)
One control power transformer 4000/4500 4 6600 6 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1 5 1500 (681)
8 (115 V secondary) 8000 6600 6 720 570,000 2 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
Two CPT primary current 6600 V Reversing
limiting fuses 2000/2250 3 6600 6 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
9 Four electrical interlocks 4000/4500 4 6600 6 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 1800 (817)
8000 6600 6 720 570,000 4 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 0 2400 (1090)
(2NO, 2NC)
1 Horsepower based on NEMA standard design B motor at 1800 rpm.
10 Three current transformers 2 When horizontal bus is added, height becomes 92.00 inches (2336.8 mm).
3 At higher hp rating, maximum acceleration time is 3.5 seconds.
Reversing Starter
4 At higher hp rating, maximum acceleration time is 6 seconds.
11 One additional magnetic three-pole 5 Maximum current for two starters in a single structure is 720 A.
vacuum contactor (duplicate of above), 6 May be applied on 6900 V systems where maximum voltage does not exceed 7200 V.
both contactors are mechanically and
12 electrically interlocked.
Mounted in the Low-Voltage Compartment
13 Control panel with:
One EMR-3000 motor
protection relay
14 One interposing control relay
M M

Set of control circuit terminal blocks


15 One control circuit secondary fuse M
RVS

One run-test circuit RVS


16 M

Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2 Arrangement 3 Arrangement 4


17
Figure 10.1-8. Starter Arrangements

18

19

20

21
Dimensions for estimating purposes only.

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 029
Layout Dimensions

1.50 (38)
13.50
1.25
(32)
i
(343)

3.50 4.63 (118)


(89)
1200 Amp - 4.00" X 1/Ph Ph Ph Ph
Main
Bus 12.00 Note T 9.32 (237) 30.00
(762) ii
a b c (305)
3.00 5.50 (140)
(76) 2.00 2.00 (51)
Load Term (51) 5.50 (140)
1

Low Voltage
Detail A 6.80 (173)

Control
Note L Main Bus
Note C1
1.36
(35) 3.00 (76)

7.39
1.18
(30)
6.00 (152)
36.00
2
(188) (914)
5.81 Top View
(148) 80.00
(2032) 2.00
(51)
36.00
(914) 3
Load Term 4.50

Low Voltage
62.00 61.00 (114)
(1575) Detail A (1549)

Control
Note L
4.63 (118)
Note B
9.25 (235)
Note A
30.00
(762)
28.00
4
13.75 2.31
(58) (711)
2.50 (349) 21.67
22.00 7.39 21.00 1.00 (25) (550)
(64)
(559)
5.81
Gnd 1.45
Bus (37)
(188) (533)
6.00 (152)
Note C
1.00
(25) 5
(148)
3.00 (76)
22.85 2.00 27.00 4.50
36.00
(580)
30.00
(51) (686) (114) 6
(914) (762) Floor Plan
Note D
Front View Side View
7
Detail A
Load Terms
T1 T2 T3
For seismic installations,
8
4.38
4.38 (111)
(111) mount a minimum of
Arranged Horizontally 1200A Main Bus 6.00 inches (152.4 mm)
on Rear Wall Load Panel
in Starter from wall. 9
Figure 10.1-9. Arrangement 1 Detail (Full Voltage 400 A)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes 10
1.25
1.50
(38)
13.50
(343)
(32) 11
3.50
(89) Main 9.32 Note E
Bus 12.00 (237) 30.00
Ph Ph Ph
a b c
(305) (762)
5.50 (140)
12
3.00 2.00
(76) (51) 5.50 (140)
Main Bus
Note G
6.80 (173)
13
1.36 6.00 (152)
(35)
1.18 (30)
80.00
(2032)
36.00
(914) 14
Low Voltage

Top View
Load Term
Control

Detail A 36.00
Note L 2.00 (914)
(51)
4.50 (114) 15
4.63 (118) Note A 30.00
7.39 Note E (762)
9.25 (235)
29.00 (188) 28.00
(737)
5.81
31.75
(806) 2.50
13.75
(349)
2.31
(59) 21.67
(711) 16
(64) 1.00 (25) (550)
(148) Gnd 1.45 1.00
6.00 (152)
Bus (37) Note G (25)

3.00 (76)
17
22.85 2.00 27.00
(580) 4.50 (114)
(51) (686)
36.00 30.00
(914) (762) Floor Plan
Note D 18
Front View Side View

Detail A
Load Term
19
T1 T2 T3

4.3 For seismic installations,


4.3
(109) (109)
Arranged Horizontally 800A Starter
mount a minimum of 20
on Rear Wall Load Panel
6.00 inches (152.4 mm)
in Starter from wall.
21
Figure 10.1-10. Arrangement 2 Detail (Full Voltage 800 A)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes

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Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 030
Layout Dimensions

i 31.88
(809.75) Bus is Continuation
of Adjacent Structure

ii 8.75
(222)
17.55
PH PH PH Main (445.78)
1 A B C Bus
5.50 (139.70) 31.88
(809.66)
5.50 (139.70)
3.50
(88.99) 7.68 (195.02)
2 Main Bus
24.00
(609.64)
3 102.75
(2609.97)
Top View

Unit 2B 82.00 24.00


94.00 Incoming Line (2082.73) (609.68)
(2388) 3.50
4 64.00
(1625.62)
(88.96) 4.50
(114.31)
0.90
(22.86)
19.00
30.00
5 3.45
(87.63)
22.00
(558.80)
(482.60)
Note F (762.06)
Note 28.00
GND 2.50 1.00 (711.26)
Bus (63.50) X
(25.40)
6 Unit 1D Unit 2D Note A
1 2 4.50
24.00 36.00 22.85 (580.45) 15.00 (114.31)
(610) (914) (381.05)
7 60.00 (1524)
4100 (1860)
30.00 (762.06)

Side View Floor Plan


Note D

8 Structure #1

9 31.88
(810)

10 1.00 PH PH PH Main 17.56


(25) A B C Bus (446)
5.50 (140) 31.88
(810)
11
Low Voltage Control

Load Term 2.00 2.00 (51) 5.50 (140)


Detail A 3.50 (51)
Note L (89) Main 7.68 (195)
Bus

12 7.39
(188)
36.00
(914)
102.75 GND Bus Top View
(2610) 82.00
5.15 1.45
13 (131) (37)
(2083)
2.00
4.63 (51)
36.00 (914)
4.50
Low Voltage Control

(117) (114)
64.00 Load Term 63.00
(1626) Detail A
14 Note L
(1600)
9.25
Note A
30.00
Note B (235) 2.31
7.39 (762)
13.75 (59) 28.00
(188) 2.50 (349)
1.00 21.67 (711)
15 24.00
(610) GND Bus
3.45
23.00
(584)
(64) 1.00
(25)
6.00
(152)
Note
X (25) (550)
(88) Note C
3.00 (76)
16 5.15
(131) 22.85 (580)
2.00
(51) 27.00
4.50
(114)
(686)
30.00 (762)

17 Side View Floor Plan


Note D

Structure #2

18
Figure 10.1-11. Arrangement Detail (Full Voltage 400 A) NEMA 3R
19

20

21

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 031
Layout Dimensions

11.50 (292.1)
i
1.25
1.50 (38.1) (31.8)

PH PH PH Main
A B C Bus
12.00
Note F 5.50
(139.7)
ii
(304.8) 27.50 30.00
1 2 (698.5) (762.0)

Top Plan View


3.50
(88.9)
6.70 (170.2) 1
Main
Bus Continuation of Bus
24.00
80.00 (609.6)
from Adjacent Structure
2
0.90 (2031.9)
(22.9) Top View
Ground 62.00
Bus (1574.8) 3
24.00
1.45 (609.6)
4.50
(36.8)
(114.3) 4
Note F
22.85 19.00 28.00
2.00
(580.3) (50.8)
(482.6) 22.00
(558.8)
1.00
(711.3) 30.00
(762.0)
5
30.00 (25.4)
(762.0)
UNIT 1D UNIT 2D 1.00
1 2
Side View
(25.4) Note A
4.50
6
(114.3)
24.00 15.00
(609.6) 36.00
(914.4)
(381.0)
7
Floor Plan Note D
60.00 Structure #1
(1524.0) 8
Shipping Section 1
1500 Lbs 1.50

Elevation View
(38.1)
13.50 1.25
9
(342.9) (31.8)
9.32
(236.7)
Note E 5.50
(139.7) 10
PH PH PH Main 2.00 (50.8) 30.00
12.00
A B C Bus
2.00 (50.8) (762.0)
(304.8)
1.85 Load Term
Main Bus 6.70 (170.2) 11
(47.0) Detail A 3.50 Note G
Low Voltage

Note L (88.9) 3.00


24.00 (76.2) 1.36 6.00
Control

(34.5) (152.4)
(609.6) 36.00
1.18
12
(914.4) 5.81
(147.5) 80.00 (30.0)
7.39
60.00 (2032.0) 36.00
(187.7)
(1524.0) 0.90
(22.9)
(914.4) 13
56.43 Ground 59.00
Shipping Section 1 (1433.3) Bus (1498.6) Top View
1500 Lbs

Base Plan View


1.45 36.00 14
(36.8) (914.4)
2.00 13.75
(50.8) 4.50 (349.3)
(114.3) 15
22.85 1.00 9.25 Note A
Note E
(580.4) (25.4) (235.0) 28.00
2.50 2.31
LH Side
Sheet Load Term
30.00
(762.0)
(63.5) (58.7) 1.00 21.67 (711.3) 30.00
(25.4) (550.5) (762.0) 16
T1 T2 T3
Note G
2.92 (74.2) Side View
4.50
6.00
4.38 (111.3)
4.38 (111.3)
2.00
(50.8)
(152.4) 27.00 (114.3) 17
(685.9)
Arranged Horizontally 3.00
on Rear Wall Load (76.2)
Panel in Starter
Floor Plan Note D
18
Detail A
Structure #2
19
Figure 10.1-12. Arrangement 1 Detail (Full Voltage 15 kV)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes
20

21

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Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 032
Layout Dimensions

Primary Reactor, Starting Characteristics


i Reduced Voltage Starters Table 10.1-21. Type 502 Reactor
Starting Characteristics
Catalog S510 Non-Reversing
ii Catalog S710 Reversing
Starter
Type
% %
Motor Motor Line
% %
Torque
Voltage Current Current
Mounted in the Medium-Voltage Section
1 Three incoming line connectors
80% tap 80 80 80 64
65% tap 1 65 65 65 42
One drawout three-pole gang- 50% tap 50 50 50 25
2 operated line isolation switch 1 Factory set on 65% tap.
assembly with isolating shutter,
external operating handle interlocked Specifications
3 to prevent opening the medium- Table 10.1-22. Starter Selection InformationDimensions in Inches (mm)
voltage compartment door until the
Horsepower 2

Ampere Rating
isolating switch is open and grounded Volts Dimensions Weight

Arrangement
Lb (kg)

Rating (kVA)
Height 3
4

Interrupting
Width Depth

Equipment
One vertically mounted current

(Enclosed)
Contactor

Number
limiting power fuse with pop-up

Starter
blown fuse indicators
5 One magnetic three-pole vacuum
contactor with dc operating coils 22002400 V Non-Reversing
and mechanical interlock to prevent 700/800 4 2300 400 200,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2800 (1271)
6 opening the isolation switch when 1500/1750 5 2300 400 200,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2800 (1271)
the contactor is closed 3000 2300 720 200,000 2 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 4000 (1816)
One control power transformer 22002400 V Reversing
7 (115 V secondary) 700/800 4 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3250 (1476)
Two CPT primary current limiting fuses 1500/1750 5 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3250 (1476)
3000 2300 720 200,000 4 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 4650 (2111)
8 Four electrical interlocks (2NO, 2NC)
40004800 V Non-Reversing
Reversing Starter 1250/1500 4 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2800 (1271)
2500/3000 5 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2800 (1271)
9 One additional magnetic contactor
5500 4600 720 400,000 2 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 4000 (1816)
(duplicate of above), both contactors
are mechanically and electrically 40004800 V Reversing
10 interlocked. 1250/1500 4
2500/3000 5
4600
4600
400
400
400,000
400,000
3
3
80 (2032)
80 (2032)
72 (1829)
72 (1829)
30 (762)
30 (762)
3250 (1476)
3250 (1476)
Mounted in the Low-Voltage Compartment 5500 4600 720 400,000 4 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 4650 (2111)

11 One control panel with: 6600 V Non-Reversing


One EMR-3000 motor 2000/2250 4 6600 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3300 (1498)
protection relay 4000/4500 5 6600 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3300 (1498)
12 Two interposing relays
8000 6600 720 570,000 2 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 4650 (2111)
6600 V Reversing
One set of control circuit 2000/2250 4 6600 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3250 (1476)
13 terminal blocks 4000/4500 5
8000
6600
6600
400
720
570,000
570,000
3
4
80 (2032)
80 (2032)
72 (1829)
72 (1829)
30 (762)
30 (762)
3250 (1476)
4650 (2111)
One control circuit secondary fuse
2 Horsepower based on NEMA standard design B motor at 1800 rpm.
One run-test circuit
14 3
4
When horizontal bus is added, height becomes 92.00 inches (2336.8 mm).
At higher hp rating maximum acceleration time is 3.5 seconds.
Reduced Voltage Structure 5 At higher hp rating maximum acceleration time is 6 seconds.
One magnetic three-pole vacuum
15 run contactor with dc operating coil
and electrical interlocks
16 Three current transformers Run Run Run Run
One medium-duty starting reactor Contactor Contactor Contactor Contactor
with 506580% taps M M
17 Locked Rotor Amps Reversing
Reactor Reactor Reactor Reversing Reactor
Locked Rotor Amps (LRA) must be Contactor
Contactor
18 specified to ensure proper sizing M
of reactor Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2 Arrangement 3 Arrangement 4

19 Figure 10.1-13. Starter Arrangements

20

21
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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 033
Layout Dimensions

13.50 i
(343) 1.25
1.50 (32)
(38)
3.50 Note L1 9.32 30.00
ii
(89) Main (237) (762)
12.00
1200 Amp - 4.00" X 1/Ph Ph Ph Ph Bus (305) 2.88 2.00 5.50 (140)
a b c
7.39
(73) (51) 2.00 (51) 5.50 (140) 1
(188) Main Bus 6.80 (173)
Load Term
T1 T2 T3 1.70 Note G

4.38 (111) Load Term


(43)
3.00 (76) 2
1.00 (25) 36.00 36.00
4.38 (111) 80.00 (914) (914)
2.92 (74) (2032) Top View
36.00
(914)
36.00 (914)
27.00 (686)
3
61.00 4.50 4.50 2.00 (51)

Low Voltage
(1549) 61.00 (114) (114)
4

Control
(1549)
28.00 Note E 30.00
(711) 13.75 4.63 (762)
(349) (118) 28.00
2.00 1.00 (25) (711)
22.00
(559) Gnd 1.45
Bus (37)
(51)
1.00 (25)
6.00 (152) 21.67
2.31 (59) 1.00 5
5.81 Note G (550) 1.00 (25) (25)
(148) Note A

22.85
(580) 2.50
(64)
27.00 4.50 6
30.00 (686) (114)
Front View (762) Floor Plan
Note D
Side View
7
For seismic installations,
mount a minimum of
6.00 inches (152.4 mm) 8
RVNR 400A Starter w/Main Bus 1200A from wall.

Figure 10.1-14. Arrangement 1 Detail (Reduced Voltage, 400 A)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes 9
(this outline applies to both reactor and autotransformer type starters)
10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

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Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 034
Layout Dimensions

Reduced Voltage Starting Characteristics


i Autotransformer Starters Table 10.1-23. Type 602 Auto-transformer
Starting Characteristics
Catalog S610 Non-Reversing
ii Catalog S810 Reversing Starter
Type
% %
Motor Motor Line
% %
Torque
Voltage Current Current
Mounted in the Medium-Voltage Section
1 Three incoming line connectors 80% tap 80
65% tap 1 65
80
65
67
45
64
42
One drawout three-pole gang- 50% tap 50 50 28 25
operated line isolation switch
2 assembly with isolating shutter,
1 Factory set on 65% tap.
external operating handle interlocked
to prevent opening the medium- Specifications
3 voltage compartment door until Table 10.1-24. Starter Selection InformationDimensions in Inches (mm)
the isolating switch is open and Horsepower 2 Volts Dimensions Weight

Ampere Rating
grounded

Arrangement
Lb (kg)
4 Height 3 Width

Interrupting
Depth

Equipment

Number of
Three vertically mounted current

(Enclosed)

Structures
Contactor

Number
limiting power fuses with pop-up

Starter

Rating
(kVA)
blown fuse indicators
5 One magnetic three-pole vacuum
contactor with dc operating coils 22002400 V Non-Reversing
and mechanical interlock to prevent 700/800 4
6 opening the isolation switch when 1500/1750 5
2300 400
2300 400
200,000
200,000
1
1
80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2
80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2
3100 (1407)
3100 (1407)
the contactor is closed 3000 2300 720 200,000 2 80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 3 4800 (2179)
One control power transformer 22002400 V Reversing
7 (115 V secondary) 700/800 4 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3650 (1657)
Two CPT primary current limiting fuses 1500/1750 5 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3650 (1657)
3000 2300 720 200,000 4 80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 3 5650 (2565)
8 Four electrical interlocks (2NO, 2NC)
40004800 V Non-Reversing
Reversing Starter 1250/1500 4 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3100 (1407)
9 One additional magnetic contactor
(duplicate of above), both contactors are
2500/3000 5
5500
4600 400
4600 720
400,000
400,000
1
2
80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2
80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 3
3100 (1407)
4800 (2179)
mechanically and electrically interlocked. 40004800 V Reversing
10 Mounted in the Low-Voltage Compartment 1250/1500 4 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3650 (1657)
2500/3000 5 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3650 (1657)
One control panel with: 5500 4600 720 400,000 4 80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 3 5650 (2565)
11 One EMR-3000 motor 6600 V Non-Reversing
protection relay 2000/2250 4 6600 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3100 (1407)
Three interposing relays 4000/4500 5 6600 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2 3100 (1407)
12 One set of control circuit
8000 6600 720 570,000 2 80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 3 4800 (2179)
6600 V Reversing
terminal blocks
2000/2250 4 6600 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3 3650 (1657)
13 One control circuit secondary fuse 4000/4500 5 6600 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 3 3650 (1657)
One run-test circuit 8000 6600 720 570,000 4 80 (2032) 112 (2844) 30 (762) 4 5650 (2565)
2 Horsepower based on NEMA standard design B motor at 1800 rpm.
14 Reduced Voltage Structure(s) 3
4
When horizontal bus is added, height becomes 92.00 inches (2336.8 mm).
One magnetic three-pole vacuum At higher hp rating, maximum acceleration time is 3.5 seconds.
5 At higher hp rating, maximum acceleration time is 6 seconds.
run contactor with dc operating coil
15 and electrically and mechanically
interlocked with the starting contactor
One magnetic two-pole vacuum Short Short
16 start contactor with dc operating Short Short
coil and electrical and mechanical Run Auto M Run Auto
interlocks Trans- M Trans-
17 Three current transformers Auto former
Rev
Auto former
Trans- Run Trans- Run
One medium-duty starting auto- former M former Rev
M
transformer with 506580% taps
18 Three distribution class lightning
Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2 Arrangement 3 Arrangement 4

arresters for high-voltage stress pro-


tection on the transformer zero tap Figure 10.1-15. Starter Arrangements
19
Locked Rotor Amps
Locked Rotor Amps (LRA) must be
20 specified to ensure proper sizing
of autotransformer
21
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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-33
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 035
Layout Dimensions

Full Voltage Synchronous Mounted on inside compartment: One ELC controller


Starters, Brush Type Controller One step-down exciter One set of control circuit blocks i
transformer three-phase Three primary fuses
Catalog S241 Non-Reversing
One SCR power supply panel
Catalog S341 Reversing Three secondary fuses ii
One synchronous control board
Mounted on top of starter:
Mounted in the Medium-Voltage Section MOV surge protection
Three incoming line connectors One three-phase CT
One starting and field discharge 1
resistor
One drawout three-pole gang-
Table 10.1-25. Starter Selection InformationDimensions in Inches (mm)
operated line isolation switch 2
assembly with isolating shutter.

Ampere Rating
Horsepower Horsepower Volts Dimensions Weight

Arrangement
External operating handle inter- at 0.8 PF 1

Rating (kVA)
at 1.0 PF Lb (kg)

Interrupting
Height Width Depth

Equipment
(Enclosed)
3

Contactor
locked to prevent opening the 23

Number
Starter
medium-voltage compartment
door until the isolating switch is
open and grounded
22002400 V Non-Reversing
4
Three vertically mounted current
limiting power fuses with pop-up 700/800 4 900/1000 4 2300 400 200,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1500 (681)
blown fuse indicators 1500/1750 5
3000
1750/2000 5
3500
2300 400
2300 720
200,000 1
200,000 2
80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1500 (681)
80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2350 (1067)
5
One magnetic three-pole vacuum
22002400 V Reversing
contactor with dc operating coils
and mechanical interlock to prevent 700/800 4 900/1000 4 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953) 6
1500/1750 5 1750/2000 5 2300 400 200,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953)
opening the isolation switch when 3000 3500 2300 720 200,000 4 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2900 (1317)
the contactor is closed
One control power transformer
40004800 V Non-Reversing 7
1250/1500 4 1500/1750 4 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1550 (704)
(115 V secondary) 2500/3000 5 3000/3500 5 4600 400 400,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1550 (704)
Two CPT primary current 5500 6000 4600 720 400,000 2 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2350 (1067) 8
limiting fuses 40004800 V Reversing
Four electrical interlocks (2NO, 2NC) 1250/1500 4 1500/1750 4 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953)
Three current transformers 2500/3000 5 3000/3500 5 4600 400 400,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953) 9
5500 6000 4600 720 400,000 4 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2900 (1317)
Reversing Starter 6600 V Non-Reversing
One additional magnetic contactor 2000/2250 4 2500/2750 4 7200 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1700 (772) 10
(duplicate of above), both contactors 4000/4500 5 5000/5500 5 7200 400 570,000 1 80 (2032) 36 (914) 30 (762) 1700 (772)
are mechanically and electrically 8000 10,000 7200 720 570,000 2 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2500 (1135)
interlocked. 6600 V Reversing 11
2000/2250 4 2500/2750 4 7200 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953)
Mounted in the Low-Voltage Compartment 4000/4500 5 5000/5500 5 7200 400 570,000 3 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2100 (953)
One control panel with: 8000 10,000 7200 720 570,000 4 80 (2032) 72 (1829) 30 (762) 2900 (1317) 12
1
One EMR-3000 motor Horsepower based on NEMA standard design B motor at 1800 rpm.
2 When horizontal bus is added, height becomes 92.00 inches (2336.8 mm).
protection relay
One interposing relay
3 Starting and discharge resistors are mounted on top, add 13.00 inches (330.2 mm) to the height. 13
4 At higher hp rating maximum acceleration time is 3.5 seconds.
One set of control circuit 5 At higher hp rating maximum acceleration time is 6 seconds.
terminal blocks 14
One control circuit secondary fuse 3 3 3 3

One run-test circuit


Field Field Field Field 15
Panel 6 Panel Panel Panel
Mounted in the Upper Compartment
or Auxiliary Structure M M

One brush-type solid-state field panel:


16
7 7 Rev 7 7
Mounted on door: M Rev
One ac line ammeter, panel type
M 17
Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2 Arrangement 3 Arrangement 4
One dc field ammeter, panel type
One exciter field potentiometer Figure 10.1-16. Starter Arrangements 18
One set of externally ventilated 6 When the field panel requirement exceeds 88 A at 125 Vdc or 44 A at 250 Vdc, an auxiliary
heatsinks
7
structure 36.00 inches (914.4 mm) wide is required.
Mounting location of exciter transformer when field panel requirement exceeds 88 A at 125 Vdc
19
One graphic display
or 44 A at 250 Vdc. Otherwise compartment is blank.

20

21
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10.1-34 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 036
Layout Dimensions

i 25.0
(635)
1.50 13.50 1.25 (32)
Starting &
ii Discharge res.
12.25
(311)
(38) (343)
3.50 4.63 (118) Note E
(90) Main 30.00
Bus
1 1000 Amp - 3.00" X 1/Ph Ph Ph Ph
12.00
(305)
(762)
a b c 5.50
(140)
3.00 5.50

Conn's MTD
(76) 2.00 2.00 (51)
2 (140)

on rh Side
(51)

DC Field
6.80
Main Bus (173)
Note G
3 1.36 (35)
3.00 (76)
1.18
(30) 36.00
4 (914)
Top View
80.00 36.00
(2032) 4.13 (914)
5 Load Term
(105) 4.50
(114)
Low Voltage

Detail A
Control

Note L Note A 30.00


6 Note E 7.13 (181) (762)
28.00
13.75 (349) 2.31 (711)
(59) 21.67
22.00 7.39 2.50
7 (559) Gnd (188)
21.00
(533) (64)
1.00 (25)
6.00 (152) 1.00
(550)
Bus 1.45 (25)
5.81 (37) Note G
(148)
8 22.85 2.00 27.00 4.50
(580) (51) (686) (114)
36.00 30.00
9 (914) (762) Floor Plan
Note D
Front View Side View

10
Detail A
Load Term
11 T1 T2 T3

Synchronous Starter
4.38 (111) 1000A Main Bus For seismic installations,
4.38 (111)
12 Arranged Horizontally
mount a minimum of
On Rear Wall Load Panel 6.00 inches (152.4 mm)
in Starter from wall.
13
Figure 10.1-17. Arrangement 1 Detail (400 A Starter with Field Panel)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes
14

15

16

17

18

19

20

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-35
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 037
Layout Dimensions

Reduced Voltage Solid-State Soft Equipment Details Mounted in the Low-Voltage Compartment
Starter AMPGARD MV4S Starters Control panel with: i
Mounted in the Medium-Voltage Sections One EMR-3000 motor
Three incoming line connectors protection relay
Drawout three-pole gang-operated
ii
One interposing control relay
line isolating switch assembly with
isolating shutter, external operating Set of control circuit terminal blocks
handle interlocked to prevent opening
1
One control circuit secondary fuse
the medium-voltage compartment
One run-test circuit
door until the isolating switch is 2
open and grounded Mounted in Lower Door Compartment
Vertically mounted current limiting Soft start control module with
power fuses with pop-up blown Modbus and RS-232 interface for 3
fuse indicators remote communications
One magnetic three-pole vacuum User interface module with 2 x 20
contactor with dc operating coils character LCD display, 12 LEDs, 4
and mechanical interlock to prevent and eight pushbuttons
opening the isolating switch when
contactor is closed 5
One control power transformer
(115 V secondary)
Two CPT primary current
6
limiting fuses
Four electrical interlocks (2NO, 2NC) 7
Three current transformers
Withdrawable SCR truck with fully
AMPGARD 400 A Soft Starter rated vacuum bypass contactor 8
Table 10.1-26. Starter Selection InformationDimensions in Inches (mm) 9
Volts Horsepower 12 SCR/Contactor Starter Interrupting Dimensions Add. Starter Weight
Ampere Rating Rating (AIC) Height 3 Width 4 Depth Spaces Lb (kg)
10
2300 1500 400 50,000 92.00 (2336.8) 36.00 (914.4) 30.00 (762.0) 0 2000 (908)
2300 3000 720 50,000 92.00 (2336.8) 72.00 (1828.8) 30.00 (762.0) 0 4000 (1816)
3300
3300
1800
3600
400
720
50,000
50,000
92.00 (2336.8)
92.00 (2336.8)
36.00 (914.4)
72.00 (1828.8)
30.00 (762.0)
30.00 (762.0)
0
0
2000 (908)
4000 (1816)
11
4160 2500 400 50,000 92.00 (2336.8) 36.00 (914.4) 30.00 (762.0) 0 2000 (908)

1
4160 5000 720 50,000 92.00 (2336.8) 72.00 (1828.8) 30.00 (762.0) 0 4000 (1816)
12
Horsepower based on NEMA standard design B motor at 1800 rpm.
2 Based on maximum acceleration time of 30 seconds.
3
4
Includes horizontal bus. 13
Does not include incoming line provisions.

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21
Dimensions for estimating purposes only.

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10.1-36 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 038
Layout Dimensions

i 1.50 13.50 1.25


(38.1) (343.0) (32.0)

ii PH PH PH Main 9.32 Note: E


12.00
A B C Bus (305.0)
5.50 30.00
1 3.00 2.00 (140.0) (762.0)
2.00 (51.0) 5.50
Load Term 3.50 (76.2) (51.0) (140.0)
Detail A (89.0) 6.80
2 Note: L Main Bus (173.0)

Low 1.36 3.00 Note: C1


3 Voltage
Control
(345.4) (76.2)
6.00 (152.4)
1.18
7.39 36.00
(30.0) (914.4)
Ground (188.0)
4 5.81 Bus 1.45 Top View
80.00
(148.0) (36.8) 36.00
(203.2)
2.00 (914.4) 4.50
5 Low 61.00 (51.0) (114.3)
POWER
62.00 4.10 (104.1)
RUN
ALARM
TRIP

(1575.0) Voltage (155.0)


Control
6 10.00 Note: A
(254.0) 28.00
Note: E (711.2)
7 1.00
(25.4)
2.50 30.00
Ground (64.0) 6.00 (152.4) 1.00 (762.0)
Bus 1.45 (25.4)
8 (36.8)
Note: G

3.00 (76.2)
36.00 22.85 2.00 4.50
9 (914.4) (580.4) (51.0) 27.00
(686.0)
(114.3)
30.00
(762.0)
For seismic installations, mount a
10 minimum of 6.00 inches (152.4 mm)
from wall. Side View Floor Plan

11 Figure 10.1-18. Arrangement Detail (400 A Solid-State Reduced Voltage)See Table 10.1-27 on Page 10.1-37 for Notes

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 039
Layout Dimensions

Table 10.1-27. Arrangement Detail Notes


Note Description i
Cable Notes
400 A starter load connection is designed for maximum of one 500 kcmil or two 350 kcmil. ii
800 A starter load connection is designed for maximum of one 750 kcmil or two 500 kcmil.
Arrangement Notes
A 0.875 dia. typical 4 holes. Mounting studs to extend a maximum of 2.00 inches (50.8 mm) above grade. 1
B HV conduit space, load cables for two-high starters. Cables for lower starter enter in front half of conduit space, and cables for upper starter enter
in rear half.
B1 HV conduit space, line and load cables for bottom entry stand-alone starters. Line cables should enter in rear half of conduit space,
2
and load cables should enter in front half of conduit space.
C LV conduit space for two-high starters with bottom entry control conduit. Control wiring for upper starter should enter in left half of conduit space,
and lower starter control wiring should enter in right half of conduit space. 3
C1 LV conduit space for two-high starters with top entry control conduit. Control wiring for upper starter should enter in right half of conduit space,
and lower starter control wiring should enter in left half of conduit space.
D 90 door swing requires 12.00 inches (304.8 mm) for 12.00-inch (304.8 mm) wide structure, 18.00 inches (457.2 mm) for 18.00-inch (457.2 mm) wide
4
structure, 24.00 inches (609.6 mm) for 24.00-inch (609.6 mm) wide structure, 36.00 inches (914.4 mm) for 36.00-inch (914.4 mm) wide structure and
40.00 inches (1016.0 mm) for 40.00-inch (1016.0 mm) wide structure.
E HV conduit space, load.
5
F HV conduit space, line only.
F1 HV conduit space, line only. Line cables to enter in rear half of conduit space only. 6
G LV conduit space only.
L Load terminations located on rear wall of starter mounted on a load panel. Terminations are arranged horizontally from left to right. T1, T2, T3
left to right at 4.38-inch (111.3 mm) centers. 7
L1 Load terminations located on rear wall of reduced voltage enclosure mounted on a load panel. Terminations are arranged horizontally
from left to right. T1, T2, T3 left to right at 4.38-inch (111.3 mm) centers.
T HV conduit space, load cables for two-high starters. Cables for lower starter enter in rear half of conduit space, and cables for upper starter enter 8
in front half.
X Steel bottom with removable lead plates.
Y Tolerances 0.0 inches +0.25 inches per structure. 9
Z Conduits to extend a maximum of 2.00 inches (50.8 mm) into structure.

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10.1-38 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 040
Layout Dimensions

Incoming Line Switch/PT LayoutsDimensions in Inches (mm)


i

ii 5.50
(139.7)

2.00 (50.8) 30.00


3.00 (762.0)
1 (76.2) 2.00 (50.8)
6.70
MAIN BUS (170.2)
3.00 Note C1
2 1.36 6.00
(34.5) (152.4)
(76.2)
PH PH PH MAIN 12.00
A B C BUS (304.8) 1.18
(30.0) 36.00

3 (914.4)

Top View
3.50
(88.9)

4 2.00
36.0
(914.4)
(50.8)
4.50

5 80.00
(114.3)

(2,032.0)
34.00 30.00
19.00 (863.6)
Unit 1B Unit 2B Line (482.6) 28.00 (762.0)
6 59.00
(1,498.6)
Term
Note F
(711.2)
1.00
1.00 (25.4)
7.75 (25.4)
0.90
7 Unit 2C (22.9)
(196.9)
1.45
24.00
(609.6)
27.00 4.50
GND (36.8) (685.8) (114.3)
BUS

8 Unit 1D Unit 2D 22.85


Floor Plan Note D

1 2 (580.4)
30.00
36.00 24.00
9 (914.4)
60.00
(609.6)
(762.0)
21.00 1.25
Side View Structure 1 (31.8)
(1,524) 1.50 (533.4)
(38.1)

10 Shipping Section 1 - 1750 Lbs


9.32
(236.7)
5.50
(139.7) 30.00
5.50 (762.0)
PH PH PH MAIN 12.00 (139.7)
A B C BUS 2.00 (50.8)
11 (304.8)
2.00
(50.8)

3.50 6.70
(170.2)
12 (88.9) MAIN BUS

24.00
(609.6)

13 Top View

80.00
(2,032.0) 24.00
14 2.00
(50.8)
(609.6)
4.50
(114.3)

15 30.00 5.81
19.00
22.00
(558.8)
30.00
(147.6) (762.0)
(762.0) (482.6) 28.00
0.90 1.45 (711.2)
(36.8)
16 (22.9)
1.00
1.00 (25.4)
GND
22.85 (25.4)
BUS
(580.4)
17 30.00
(762.0)
15.00
(381.0)
4.50
(114.3)
Side View Structure 2
18 Floor Plan Note D

Figure 10.1-19. Incoming LBS, Bottom Entry up to 450 A Fuse, Unfused with Metering Section
19

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Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage 10.1-39
August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 041
Layout Dimensions

Incoming Line Switch/PT LayoutsDimensions in Inches (mm)


i
1.25
1.50
(38.1)
33.00
(838.2)
(31.8) ii
PH PH PH MAIN 12.00 9.32 5.50
A B C BUS (304.8) (139.7)
(236.7) 5.50

2.00 (50.8)
(139.7)
30.00 1
3.50 2.00 (762.0)
(88.9) (50.8) 6.70
MAIN BUS (170.2)
36.00
2
(914.4)
80.00 Top View
(2,032.0)
2.00
36.00
4.50 (914.4)
3
(50.8) (114.3)

19.00
34.00
(863.6) 28.00 4
GND (482.6) (711.2) 30.00
1.45 Note F 1.00
Unit 2B Unit 3B BUS (762.0)
(36.8)
1.00 (25.4)
(25.4) 5
22.85 27.00 4.50
Unit 3C (580.4) (685.8) (114.3)
30.00
(762.0)
Floor Plan Note D
6
Side View Structure 1
5.50
Unit 1D Unit 2D Unit 3D
1 2 3 (139.7)
36.00
(914.4)
36.00
(914.4)
24.00
(609.6)
PH PH PH MAIN
A B C BUS
12.00 3.00
NOTE C1
2.00 (50.8)
30.00
(762.0)
7
(304.8) (76.2) 2.00 (50.8) 5.50 (139.7)
96.00
(2,438.4) 3.50 MAIN BUS 6.70 (170.2)
Shipping Section 1 - 3250 Lbs (88.9)
1.36
3.00 (76.2) 8
6.00 (152.4)
(34.5) 1.18
(30.0)
36.00

80.00
(914.4)
Top View 9
(2,032.0) 36.00
2.00 4.50 (914.4)
59.00 Line
(1,498.6) Term
(50.8) (114.3)
10
0.90 34.00
7.75 19.00 28.00
(22.9) (863.6)
(196.9) (482.6) (711.2)
24.00
GND 1.45
BUS (36.8) (609.6)
Note F 1.00
(25.4)
30.00
(762.0) 11
1.00
(25.4)

22.85
(580.4)
27.00
(685.8)
4.50
(114.3)
12
30.00 Floor Plan Note D
(762.0)
21.00
Side View Structure 2
1.50 (533.4)
1.25
(31.8)
13
(38.1)
9.32 5.50
PH PH PH MAIN 12.00 (236.7) (139.7)
A B C BUS (304.8)
2.00 (50.8)
30.00
(762.0)
14
2.00 (50.8) 5.50 (139.7)
3.50
(88.9) 6.70 (170.2)
MAIN BUS
24.00
(609.6)
15
Top View

80.00
(2,032.0)
24.00
(609.6) 16
2.00 4.50
(50.8) (114.3)

5.81 19.00
22.00
(558.8) 28.00
17
30.00
(482.6) (711.2) 30.00
(762.0) (147.6) GND 1.45 1.00
BUS (36.8) (762.0)
(25.4)
1.00
(25.4)
18
0.90
(22.9) 4.50
22.85
(114.3)
(580.4)
30.00
15.00
(381.0) 19
(762.0) Floor Plan Note D
Side View Structure 3

20
Figure 10.1-20. Incoming LBS, Bottom Entry, 600E/750E/1100E/1350E Fused with Metering Section

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10.1-40 Motor Control (AMPGARD)Medium Voltage
Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 042
Layout Dimensions

Tie Switch LayoutDimensions in Inches (mm)


i

ii

2 10.25
(260.4) 1.25
5.27
(31.8)
(133.9) 1.50
3 (38.1)
5.50
24.50 (139.7)
8.25 (622.3) 5.50 30.00
(209.6) (139.7) (762.0)
4 PH PH PH MAIN
A B C BUS
12.00
(304.8) 3.00
1.36 (76.2) 2.00 (50.8)
(34.5)
3.50 6.70

5 (88.9)
3.00 (76.2)
MAIN BUS (170.2)

Note C1 6.00 (152.4)


1.18
1.45 (30.0) 36.00
6 GND
BUS
(36.8)
80.00
(914.4)
(2,032.0) Top View
59.00
7 Unit 1B (1,498.6)
0.90
(22.9)
1.45
8 (36.8)
2.00
36.00
(914.4)
(50.8) 4.50
GND (114.3)
22.85
9 BUS
(580.4)
30.00
9.00
(228.6)
Unit 1D (762.0) 19.50 30.00
1
Side View
(495.3) 28.00 (762.0)
10 36.00
(914.4) 1.00
(711.2)

1.00 (25.4)
Shipping Section 1 - 1200 lbs. (25.4)
11 27.00
(685.8) 4.50
(114.3)
Floor Plan Note D
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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 043
Layout Dimensions

Arc-Resistant Starter LayoutDimensions in Inches (mm)


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Notes: ii
For non-seismic installations, mount a
minimum of 3.00 inches (76.2 mm) from wall.

For seismic installations, mount a minimum


1
of 6.00 inches (152.4 mm) from wall.

39.06
2
(992.1)

5.90 3
(149.9) 5.90
(149.9) Flap Assy.
5.90 24.20 24.20 5.90
(149.9) (614.7) (614.7) (149.9)
21.06
4
(534.9)

See Notes 121.78


(3093.2)
5

Wall
97.36
(2472.9) 6

8
1 2 Shortest Length Exhaust Duct Possible
Top Plan View 5.50
(139.7) 5.50
9
13.80
Plenum Ships (139.7) 1.21 (350.5)
Separately (30.7)
10
Through Plenum

8.95
Cable Chimney

Low Voltage (227.3)


Conduit Main
127.74 2.00 49.24

Side Side
(3244.6) (50.8) Note T Bus
(1250.7) 11
5.93 TYP
Covers Covers PH PH PH 20.77
(150.6) A B C Main (527.6)
1.85
Load Term
Bus

0.85
12
(47.0) Detail A 3.50 (21.6) 3.00
Low Voltage

(88.9) 9.39 Note G


Note L (76.2)
Control

(238.5) 2.00
5.81
(147.6) 1.45
27.48
(698.0)
80.00
(2032.0)
5.80
(147.3)
(50.8) 13
1.41
Unit 1B Unit 2B (36.8) Rear (35.8) 36.00
Ground Bus Sprt
(914.4)
62.00
1.85
(47.0)
Load Term
Detail A 61.00
Top View 14
Low Voltage

(1574.8) Note L (1549.4)


Control

22.00
(558.8) 5.81
27.48
(698.0) 21.00
36.00
(914.4)
15
Unit 1D Unit 2D (533.4) 2.31
1 2 (147.6) 4.50 (58.7)
(114.3)
36.00
(914.4)
36.00
(914.4)
Ground Bus 1.45
(36.8) 4.63
16
72.00 50.09
7.15 9.25 (117.6) 13.75
(1828.8) (1272.3)
(181.6) 50.09 (235.0) (349.3) Note A
At
Elevation View (1272.3) Floor 17
51.09 Note X 28.00 Level
(1297.7) 2.50 1.00 (711.2)
21.67 51.09
18.66 (63.5) (25.4) 6.00 30.00
Side View
(474.0) (152.4)
Note C
(550.4)
(762.0)
(1297.7)
18
3.00 1.00
2.00 Rear supports
(76.2) (25.4)
protrude 1.00"
(50.8)
27.00
(685.8)
4.50
(114.3)
from rear. 19
Consider this
Floor Plan dimension
Note D before locating
Structure #1 Structure #2
Structure #1 and Structure #2
equipment. 20
Base Plan View

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Motor Starters August 2017
Sheet 10 044
Layout Dimensions

Main Breaker AMPGARD LayoutDimensions in Inches (mm)


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31.12

ii 11.00
(279.4)
(790.4)

10.00 MAIN PH PH PH PH PH PH MAIN 10.00


(254.0) BUS C B A A B C BUS (254.0)

1 11.50
(292.1) 6.50
Low Voltage
Compartment 6.50
(165.1)
11.50
(292.1)

(165.1) Front
Front

Access
2 Low
Voltage
Wireway
Line Termination
Mounted on RH Side
Disc SW
Incoming
Cable Disc SW
Panels

1L3 1L2 1L1 (if reqd.) (if reqd.)


Termination
90.00 GND 17.00 17.00 90.00
(2286.0) (431.8) (431.8) (2286.0)

3 High Voltage
Access
Removable 14.87
Barrier
20.64 6.50 51.20 (377.7) Main Breaker
(524.3) (165.1) (1300.5) 51.20 Compartment
36.63 (1300.5)
4 (930.4) 29.55
(750.6)
Customer
Terminal
Block
39.63
(1006.6)
Customer
Terminal 3.00
(76.2)
Low Voltage Wireway Block
GND GND
BUS BUS

5 Unit 1B
24.62
(625.3)
3.00
(76.2)
26.00
(660.4)
24.62
(625.3)
60.00 60.00
(1524.0) Front View Incoming Cable (1524.0)
Unit 1C Unit 2C Termination Compartment

6 Unit 4B
Lefthand Side View Incoming Cable
Termination Compartment
Righthand Side View
Main Breaker Compartment

1.50
26.00 36.00 (38.1) 13.50 1.25

7 52 (660.4)
6.00
(914.4) (342.9) (1.8)

(152.4)
1.50 9.32
(38.1) 1.63
(236.7) Note T
Unit 1F Unit 2F Unit 4D (41.4)

8 1
26.00
2
36.00
3 4
36.00
6.25
(158.8)
Note G 3.00
(76.2) 3.00
4.63
(117.6)
2.00
5.50
(139.7)
30.00
(762.0)

(76.2) 2.00 5.50


(660.4) (914.4) (914.4) (50.8) (50.8) (139.7)
PH C
4.00 31.12 Note C1 6.70
(101.6) PH B (790.4) MAIN BUS (170.2)
9 102.00
(2590.8) MAIN BUS
PH A
60.00
(1524.0)
1.36
3.00
(76.2) 6.00
Shipping Section 1 7900 lbs. (152.4)
(34.5)
Vented 11.00 1.18
11.88 HV Conduit Compartment (279.4) (30.0) 36.00

10 (301.8) Area

22.00
30.00
(762.0)
3.00
(914.4)

Top View
14.00
(558.8) (76.2)
(355.6) 2.00
(50.8)
PH PH PH MAIN 12.00

11 Top View Front


Low
Voltage 1.85
A B C BUS
(304.8)

(47.0) Load Term


Control 3.50
Detail A
Note L (88.9)

12 26.00 36.00 7.39


(187.7) 80.00
(660.4) (914.4) 1.45
5.00 5.81 GND (36.8) (2032.0)
(127.0) 26.00 (147.6) BUS
16.00 5.00 62.00 61.00
(660.4)
13 6.00
(152.4)
(660.4) (127.0) (1574.8)
1.85 Load Term
(1549.4)

(47.0) Detail A
Note A 1.25
Note L
(31.8)
22.00 2.00

14 40.00
(1016.0)
(558.8)

HV Conduit
(50.8)

57.00
22.00
(558.8) 5.81
1.45
(36.8)
7.39
(187.7) 21.00
(533.4)
Area (1447.8) (147.6)
60.00
(1,524)

15 0.56 dia. (TYP)


GND
BUS
22.00
(558.8)
6.00 (152.4) 11.25 LV Conduit
4.75 (120.6) (285.8) Area Front 30.00
(762.0)
3.00 (76.2)
16 1.25 (31.8)
0.00 (0.00)
2.75
26.00
(660.4) 36.00
(914.4)
Side View

(69.9) Upper Compt. 36.00


Aux. Compt. (914.4)
0.00 3.00 Door 2.00
Door 4.63
(0.00) (76.2) (Note D) (50.8)
(Note D) 4.50
17 1.00
(25.4)
5.00
(127.0)
Floor Plan
(117.6)
(114.3)

9.25
Note A

Note B
(235.0)
Incoming Cable 30.00
Terminal Adapter 2.31 (762.0)
13.75

18 1.00
(25.4)
(349.3)
6.00
(58.7)
1.00
(25.4)
21.67
(550.4)
28.00
(711.2)
(152.4)
Note C

2.50 3.00

19 2.00
(50.8)
(63.5) (76.2)
27.00
4.50
(114.3)
(685.8)
Floor Plan
Note D
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August 2017 Motor Starters
Sheet 10 045
Layout Dimensions

Incoming Line/PT LayoutsDimensions in Inches (mm)


i
21.00
(533.4)
1.50
1.25
(31.6)
ii
PH PH PH Main 12.00 (38.1)
A B C Bus (304.8)
9.32
(236.7) 5.50
30.00
(762.0)
1
3.50 (139.7)
(88.9) 2.00 5.50
(50.8) (139.7)
2.00
(50.8) 2
6.70
MAIN BUS (170.2)
24.00
(609.6) 3
Top View
80.00
(2032.0)
4
24.00
2.00 (609.6)

30.00
(762)
(50.8) 4.50
(114.3) 5
5.81
(147.6)
22.00
0.90
(22.9)
GND
1.45
19.00
(482.6)
(558.8) 28.00
(711.2)
6
(36.8)
BUS
30.00
1.00 (762.0)

22.85
1.00
(25.4)
(25.4) 7
Unit 1B (580.4)
30.00 15.00
(381.0)
(762.0)
Side View Structure 1
4.50
(114.3)
8
Floor Plan Note D

Unit 1C
Continuation of
9
Bus From Adjacent
1.25 1.50
Structure
(31.8) 11.50 (38.1)

PH PH PH MAIN
(292.1) 10
Unit 1D Un it 2D 12.00
A B C BUS (304.8) 30.00
1 2 (762.0)
24.00
(609.6)
24.00
(609.6) 3.50
5.50 Note F 27.50 11
(139.7) (698.5)
48.00 (88.9) 5.50
(1219.2) (139.7)
Shipping Section 1 - 850 lbs.
6.70
(170.9)
12
MAIN BUS
24.00
(609.6)
Top View
13
80.00

0.90 62.00
(2032.0)
14
(22.9) 24.00
(1574.8)
2.00 (609.6)
(50.8) 4.50
(114.3) 15
Note F

GND
1.45
(36.8)
19.00
(482.6) 22.00
28.00
(711.2)
16
BUS 30.00
(558.8) (762.0)
1.00
(25.4)
22.85
(580.4)
1.00
(25.4)
Note A
17
30.00
(762.0) 15.00 4.50
Side View Structure 2
(381) (114.3) 18
Floor Plan Note D

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Motor ControlMedium Voltage 10.2-1
August 2017 Adjustable Frequency Drives
Sheet 10 047
General Description

SC9000 EP Adjustable Features, Benefits and Functions Designed, built and tested with
i
reliability in mind: Designed for
Frequency Drive, SC9000 with Personnel safety: Positive mechanical reliability with serviceability in mind,
isolating switch with visible disconnect
Encapsulated Powerpole completely grounds and isolates the
Eatons encapsulated powerpole design
ii
sets the industry standard. The innova-
AFD from the line power with a tive design utilizes conformal coating
mechanically driven isolating shutter, on control boards and mechanical
leaving no exposed high voltage. barriers to prevent damage to adjacent 1
Medium-voltage door is mechanically components in the event of a fault.
key locked closed with the isolation Three-level neutral point clamped
switch; low-voltage section has a (NPC) inverter topology reduces 2
separate door and is segregated part count, improves reliability, and
from the medium-voltage section. contributes to the SC9000 EP AFDs low
Ease of installation: Current limiting lifecycle costs. Assembled and stored 3
fuse, contactor, inverter, and isolation in a cleanroom, inverter Mean Time to
switch assemblies can be easily Failure (MTTF) is 12.7 years. All active
removed from the enclosure. Line components are burned in and tested 4
and load terminals are completely at a rated load for functionality up to
accessible from the front. 24 hours in a temperature controlled
test bay (up to 50 C). 5
Ease of maintenance: All components
are front accessible to aid routine Easy AMPGARD integration: The
inspection and/or part replacement, SC9000 EP AFD can be supplied as a 6
reducing downtime and operational stand-alone AFD or directly connected
expense. The low Mean Time to with other AMPGARD products via a
Repair (MTTR) equates to time and common bus. Known as integrated 7
cost savings. control gear, this fully integrated
solution could align the AFD with a
Smallest industry footprint: The host of other motor control products 8
SC9000s specialized design and high such as motor starters, load break
SC9000 EP
density packaging make it one of switches, and main breakers.
General Description the smallest footprints per hp in the
Protection through technology:
9
industry as a fully integrated drive.
Eatons SC9000 Encapsulated This size benefit ensures installations Eatons encapsulated roll-in/roll-out
Powerpole (EP) medium-voltage in space limited electrical rooms, powerpole inverter reduces potential 10
adjustable frequency drive (AFD) eliminates the need for additional for environmental contamination of
family provides precise motor control cable and conduit installations, and the six separate power poles mounted
and protection of medium-voltage in some cases, eliminates the need to the heat pipe assembly. These 11
equipment rated to 2400 V, 3300 V, for additional feeders required by individually replaceable power poles
and 4160 V nominal. our competitors. provide modularity and in field

Safety in mind: Mechanical (key) doors


serviceability as an alternative to 12
Application Description complete inverter replacement.
interlocked with main disconnect. Bus
The SC9000 EP AFD has a complete discharge resistors (dc) reduce capaci-
offering: tors to 50 Vdc in 5 minutes or less.
13
Precise medium-voltage motor Auxiliary power: Auxiliary power
control up to 6000 hp internally derived for control and 14
Fully integrated drive including an cooling power.
isolation switch, main contactor,
24-pulse isolation transformer, 15
rectifier, and inverter
Fully compatible with Eatons entire
medium-voltage product family as 16
integrated control gear
Compliance with IEEE 519
(Recommended Practice and
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Requirements for Harmonic
Control in Electric Power Systems) 18

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10.2-2 Motor ControlMedium Voltage
Adjustable Frequency Drives August 2017
Sheet 10 048
General Description

i SC9000 GP Adjustable Application Description


Frequency Drive for General The SC9000 GP has a standard offering:

ii Purpose Applications Precise motor control from 100 to


1000 hp with 4160 V input
Fed by a switchgear or contactor
assembly
1
Cost effective option for when
the benefits of an integrated drive
2 or severe service capability is
not required
Compact footprint
3 Industrys lowest inverter part
count improves uptime
Standardized architecture
4 reduces lead time
Roll-in/roll-out inverter simplifies
5 maintenance
Optional integrated output filters
Key coordination required with
6 upstream disconnect for safety
120 Vac auxiliary power required
7 Features, Benefits and Functions
GP Drive
Designed, built and tested with
8 General Description reliability in mind: The SC9000 GP
The SC9000 general purpose (GP) drive incorporates three-level neutral
drive was designed to more quickly point clamped (NPC) inverter topology,
9 meet the needs of our customers which reduces the number of
requiring simple, yet robust, motor components and improves reliability.
speed control between 100 and All SC9000 GP power electronic
10 1000 hp 1. components are stored and assembled
in a clean room to prevent surface
Building on proven SC9000 contamination, which could degrade
11 technology, the SC9000 GP uses insulation and thermal performance.
a fixed product structure, making it All active components are tested
ideal for use in applications where under an actual load for functionality
12 standard components and features and partial discharge. All assembled
meet specifications and rapid drives are tested up to 24 hours at
commissioning is desired. rated load in a temperature controlled
13 In addition, the SC9000 GP can be
test bay up to 50 C ambient.
fed by a remote input transformer and Personnel safety: The low-voltage
allows for the stacking of integrated bucket is separated from the medium-
14 filters, making it ideal for retrofit voltage components permitting quick
projects and limited spaces. diagnostics and routine maintenance
15 1 without taking the drive offline.
4160 V only at this time.
Ease of maintenance: The SC9000 GP
drive utilizes a roll-in/roll-out inverter
16 to permit easy serviceability in the
field. A spare inverter can be stocked
on site to quickly swap out inverters
17 with reduced down time.

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Motor ControlMedium Voltage 10.2-3
August 2017 Adjustable Frequency Drives
Sheet 10 049
General Description

SC9000 AR Adjustable Application Description


i
Frequency Drive Industrys first fully integrated
arc-resistant MV drive certified to
CSA C22.2 No.22-11 and witness- ii
tested to IEEE C37.20.7 at a third-
party high power laboratory
ANSI Type 2B enclosure engineered 1
to resist the forces of arc events up to
50 kA and protect workers on the
front, sides, and rear of the enclo- 2
sure; even with open control doors
IEEE 519 guideline for harmonic
control and reactive compensation 3
of static power converters
UL 347A for MV power conversion
AR Drive equipment and cUL standards 4
RoHS compliant
General Description 5
Continuing with Eatons legacy of Features, Benefits and Functions
leadership in arc flash safety products, Venting system directs arc gasses
the SC9000 EP MV drive is designed to out of the top of the enclosure 6
protect personnel in danger of arcing In the event of an arc blast,
faults by containing and redirecting enclosure technologies provide
arc energy away from the user. strength and direct fault byproducts 7
Further, the drive is the industrys first to the proper exhaust locations
fully integrated arc-resistant MV drive
Arc exhaust cooling technology
certified to CSA C22.2 No.22-11 and
significantly reduces the
8
witness-tested to IEEE C37.20.7 at a
temperature of exhaust gas
third-party high power laboratory.
Patented short-circuit protection 9
The SC9000 EP arc-resistant is limits available arc fault energy
designed with a robust arc-resistant Unique arc fault detection circuits
Type 2B enclosure to provide the eliminate the possibility of an arc 10
strength needed to resist the forces fault when powering up the drive
of arc events up to 50 kA and provide
Patented inverter encapsulation
worker protection from the front, sides
prevents the propagation of a fault 11
and rear of the enclosure, even with
the control doors open. Enclosure Encapsulated powerpole inverter
with heat pipe technology helps
controls arc blast energy through
increase power density, reduce
12
safe exhaust locations while an
embedded exhaust cooling system overall equipment size, and protect
sensitive electronic components in
significantly reduces the temperature
harsh environments
13
of exhaust gas.
Industrys lowest inverter part count
improves uptime 14
Modular powerpole design and
roll-in/roll-out inverter simplifies
maintenance 15
Fully compatible with Eatons
AMPGARD MV control solutions in
an MV lineup under a common bus 16

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10.2-4 Motor ControlMedium Voltage
Adjustable Frequency Drives Personnel Safety Features August 2017
Sheet 10 050
General Description

i Personnel Safety Features


Interlocks
ii Interlocking on SC9000 EP standard and
arc-resistant model (AFDs) includes:
Isolating switch mechanism locks
1 the medium-voltage door closed
when the switch is in the ON position
2 Standard key interlocks on all
medium-voltage doors
When door is open, interlock
3 prevents operating handle from
being moved inadvertently to
ON position
4 When contactor is energized,
Isolation Switch
isolating switch cannot be opened Operating Shaft
or closed
5
Additional Safety Features
6 Provision for a padlock on the isolating Mechanical
Interlock with
switch handle in OFF position
Contactor
Shutter barrier between line
7 terminals and isolation switch
stabs is mechanically driven
Distinctive marking on back of
8 switch assembly appears when Isolation Switch
shutter barrier is in position and Door Locking
starter is completely isolated Mechanism
9 from the line
Grounding clips provide a positive
grounding of the SC9000 EP (and
10 model) AFD and main fuses when
the isolating switch is opened Removable Cover Allows Shutter Operated by Stab
11 High- and low-voltage circuits are Access to Bolted Line Side Motion when Isolation
compartmentalized and isolated Connections Switch is in Position
from each other
12 The drawout isolation switch is
easily removed by loosening two
bolts in the back of the switch. The
13 shutter remains in place when the
switch is withdrawn
Grounding device is provided
14 for shorting the dc bus to ground
before entering the medium-
voltage compartments
15 See Page 10.1-2 for details on
the Mechanical Non-Loadbreak
Isolating Switch.
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Distinctive Marking Motion of Shutter
when Shutter is in
19 Closed Position

Shutter Mechanism and Finger Barrier Isolation of Incoming Line Bus


(Shown with Removable Portion of Isolation Switch Removed)
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August 2017 Adjustable Frequency Drives Component Details
Sheet 10 051
General Description

Modular Roll-in/Roll-out This method of heat removal from In the event of a failure, the modular
i
the inverter is up to 10 times more roll-in/roll-out inverter design minimizes
Stab-in Three-Phase Inverter efficient than traditional air-cooling downtime. The inverter can partially
methods, resulting in less required withdraw from the structure for repairs
airflow for quieter and more efficient without ever having to fully remove ii
operation. The thermal management the inverter. For even faster return
system has been subjected to temper- to service, the inverter can be fully
atures of 50 C to model cold weather withdrawn from the structure. A spare 1
transport without the rupture of any inverter can then be quickly reinstalled.
heat pipes. It is also important to note The drive is then ready to restart the
that thermal management performance motor with minimal downtime. 2
was unaffected by the extreme
cold storage.
3

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Figure 10.2-2. Heat Pipe Construction Inverter Replacement System 10
Six-Pack, Roll-In/Roll-Out Inverter (Side Eatons cooling methodology and Optional inverter extraction tool is
Sheets Not Shown). Up to 3700 hp on
encapsulation of medium-voltage available for removal of inverter for
Single Inverter
components produce a harsh- maintenance or repair of inverter. 11
General Description environment inverter that protects
active power devices from environ-
The roll-in/roll-out three-phase inverter mental conditions and airborne 12
module employs an insulation and contaminants thereby eliminating
buswork system to obtain the highest potential causes of failures.
power density rating in the market. 13
Heat pipe technology is used to
cool active power components in
the inverter. 14

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Figure 10.2-3. Optional Inverter 16


Extraction Tool
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Figure 10.2-1. Heat Pipe Thermal
Management System
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10.2-6 Motor ControlMedium Voltage
Adjustable Frequency Drives Component Details August 2017
Sheet 10 052
General Description

i Type SL Vacuum Contactor Mechanical


Interlock with
See Page 10.1-4 for detailed informa-