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Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Modules

Medium-Voltage Equipment Catalog HG 11.51 1998

Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Modules

Medium-Voltage Equipment

Description

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NX ACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Modules 12 kV, Type 3AJ

Appendix Catalog Index Conditions of Sale and Delivery

Catalog HG 11.51 1998

Siemens AG 1998

NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

vacuum circuit-breaker module, 12 kV

NX ACT vacuum circuit-breaker module, 12 kV

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Features

Quality standard DIN EN ISO 9001 The vacuum circuit-breaker modules are subjected to a routine inspection exceeding the requirements laid down in the standards: Several hundred operating cycles per routine inspection Current measured value acquisition such as, for example, operating speed and contact travel during the run-in phase in comparison with the values of the long-term tests Additional features Stable measured values with narrow tolerance limits Low power loss Uniform, long-term thermal stability.

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BASF Ludwigshafen

Contents Applications, typical uses, features, designs Switching duties, typical applications Technical data Construction and mode of operation Additional components Secondary equipment
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Environmental compatibility

Maintenance-free NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker modules are maintenance-free: Under normal ambient conditions according to IEC 60 694 and VDE 0670 Part 1000 Up to 10 ,000 operating cycles: No relubrication No readjustment Nominal performance remains within tolerance even at very high operating frequencies or after long periods of idleness.

DIN EN ISO 14001 NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker modules are environmentally compatible: In terms of selection of materials and manufacturing processes Environmentally neutral in operation and during switching processes Simple to dispose of at the end of their service life.

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Schematic diagrams Standards

Panel of an NX AIR withdrawable circuit-breaker module switchgear with NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker module

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NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

Description

General Applications Universal circuit-breaker module for all common medium-voltage switchgear As three-pole mediumvoltage circuit-breakers for all switching duties in indoor installations For switching all resistive, inductive and capacitive currents. Typical uses

Designs

Overhead transmission lines Cables Transformers Capacitors Filter circuits * Motors Reactor coils Features Integrated, mechanical interlocks between operating mechanisms. Integrated, mechanical switch position indications for circuit-breaker, withdrawable part and earthing switch function (optional). Easy to withdraw, since only withdrawable part is moved. Fixed interlocking of circuitbreaker module with a switchpanel is possible. Manual or motor operating mechanism (optional for the operating mechanisms). Enforced connection of lowvoltage plug with the switchpanel, as soon as the module is installed in a panel. Maintenance-free operating mechanisms within scope of switching cycles.

Vacuum circuit-breaker module, 12 kV, 1250 A

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Tulip-type contact, 1250 A

Vacuum circuit-breaker module, 12 kV, 2500 A

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Tulip-type contact, 2500 A

* Filter circuits cause an increase in voltage at the series-connected switching device.

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Switching duties, typical applications Switching duties U = Synchronization and rapid load transfer (closing time 90 ms). K = Auto-reclosing The switching duty of the circuit-breaker module depends, for example, on its type of operating mechanism: Stored-energy operating mechanism For synchronization and rapid load transfer (U) For auto-reclosing (K) Snap-action operating mechanism (snap-action CLOSED, stored-energy OPEN) For normal closing and opening. Synchronization The closing times (for switching duties U and K) are so short that, at the instant the contacts touch, the systems being paralleled are still sufficiently in synchronism. Rapid load transfer (= transfer of loads from one source of supply to another without interruption of service) The vacuum circuit-breaker modules (switching duties U and K) have the very short closing and opening times which are required for this purpose. Tests conforming to the relevant standards have been carried out on the vacuum circuit-breaker modules for switching duty U. They included tests using the sequence O-t-CO-t-CO with full rated short-circuit breaking current. O C = Opening = Closing Auto-reclosing Used in overhead line systems to eliminate transient faults or short-circuits, such as those caused by thunderstorms, lightning or animals. The vacuum circuit-breaker modules (for switching duty K) have such short dead times between opening and closing, even at full short-circuit current, that the interruption in the supply has no appreciable effect on the load. If auto-reclosing is unsuccessful, the affected circuit is completely disconnected. According to the relevant standards, circuit-breaker modules designed for autoreclosing must be able to perform the test sequence O-t-CO-t-CO; in the case of unsuccessful auto-reclosing, only the sequence O-t-CO is required. t = 0.3 s, t = 3 min. Multiple auto-reclosing The vacuum circuit-breaker modules are also suitable for multiple auto-reclosing, for example the following sequence O-t-CO-t-CO-t -CO-t -CO. t = 0.3 s, t = 15 s Interruption of short-circuit currents (With very high initial rates-ofrise of the transient recovery voltage) When interrupting short-circuit currents arising from faults immediately behind a transformer, generator or current limiting reactor, firstly it is possible for the full short-circuit current to develop and, secondly, the initial rate-of-rise of the transient recovery voltage may be considerably higher than the values specified in IEC 60 056 and VDE 0670. Initial rates-of-rise up to 10 kV/s may occur, or even higher values in the interruption of short-circuits on the load side of reactors. The circuit-breaker modules are also designed for these types of stresses. Switching of overhead lines and cables When unloaded overhead lines and cables are being disconnected, the relatively low capacitive currents are interrupted without restrike and, therefore, without overvoltage. Switching of transformers Due to the special type of contact material used, the chopping current of circuitbreaker modules is only 4 to 5 A, which means that no dangerous overvoltages arise when unloaded transformers are disconnected. Switching of capacitors Vacuum circuit-breaker modules are primarily designed for switching operations in capacitive circuits. They are able to disconnect capacitor banks of the highest ratings without restrike and, therefore, without overvoltages. The interruption of capacitive currents has been tested up to 600 A and up to rated voltages of 12 kV. This value depends on the test facility used. Operating experience has shown that as a guiding value in general capacitive currents up to 70 % of the rated breaker normal current can be controlled. When capacitors are connected in parallel, currents which have the same level as short-circuit currents can occur which, due to their high rate-ofrise, may cause damage to the system components. Making currents up to a peak value of 10 kA are permissible; higher values on request. Switching of filter circuits When interrupting filter circuits or disconnecting reactorconnected capacitor banks, loading of the circuit-breaker modules by recovery voltage is greater than with pure capacitors. The reason for this is that the reactor and the capacitor are connected in series. This has to be taken into account when selecting the circuit-breaker module with respect to its rated voltage. Switching of motors If small high-voltage motors are disconnected during start-up, switching overvoltages may occur. This affects high-voltage motors with a starting current of up to 600 A. The level of these overvoltages can be reduced to safe values by means of special surge limiters (see Catalog HG 21 Overvoltage Protection). Overvoltage protection is not required for motors with individual p.f. correction.

CO = Closing with subsequent opening in the circuitbreaker modules shortest close-open time. t, t' = Dead time of 3 min.

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Description

Technical data Electrical data, product range

Rated voltage Ur

12 kV

Rated normal current


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3000 Max. permitted load current at 50 Hz Rated lightning impulse voltage Up Rated short-time power-frequency voltage Ud Rated short-circuit making current Ima 75 kV A 2500 2500A

28 kV

2000

50 kA

63 kA

1500 1250A

Rated short-circuit breaking current Isc

20 kA up to 50x

1)

25 kA 25x

1)

50x

50x

1000 Rated normal current Ir 1250 A 1250 A 1250 A 2500 A 500 20 Pole-centre distance 210 mm 210 mm 210 mm 210 mm 40 50 C 60 Ambient temperature

30

1) DC component 36 % (higher values on request).

Current-carrying capacity

Operating times
Closing time Opening time Arcing time Break time Dead time CLOSE/OPEN time Minimum command duration

Vacuum circuit- Equipped with breaker module < 75 ms 2) < 65 ms 2) < 50 ms 2) < 15 ms < 80 ms < 65 ms 300 ms < 75 ms < 60 ms 45 ms 40 ms 20 ms > 15 ms > 10 ms < 10 s 2 ms 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release Closing solenoid 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release

The values of rated normal current listed above were defined in accordance with the requirements of VDE 0670 Part 1000 or IEC 60 694 at an ambient temperature of 40 C and apply for NX AIR withdrawable circuit-breaker module switchgear. In the case of enclosed-type switchgear, the information of the switchgear manufacturer shall be applicable. In the event of ambient temperatures <40 C, higher rated normal currents may be carried (see diagram above).

Pulse time to breaker tripping signal Spring-charging time for electrical operation Synchronous operation error between the poles 2) Shorter operating times on request.

Ambient conditions

NX ACT vacuum circuit-breaker modules have been designed to conform to the normal operating conditions laid down in the relevant standards VDE 0670 Part 1000 and IEC 60 694. Ambient temperature Maximum: Maximum 24-hour mean: Minimum:

Condensation may occur occasionally under these conditions. The ambient atmosphere must not be seriously contaminated with dust, smoke, corrosive or flammable gases, vapors or salt. Occasional exposure to condensation once per month for approximately 2 hours is permitted (tested according to DIN 50016, FW 24).

+ 40 C + 35 C 25 C

Relative air humidity (measured average values): Over 24 hours: max. 95 % Over 1 month: max. 90 %

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Construction and mode of operation Arc-quenching system As the contacts open, the current that is to be interrupted initiates a metal-vapor arc discharge. Current continues flowing through the metalvapor plasma until the next current zero. The arc extinguishes at approximately current zero. The metal vapor loses its conductivity within a few microseconds, which very quickly re-establishes the dielectric strength of the contact gap. A certain minimum current is needed in order to maintain the metal-vapor arc discharge. The arc will be chopped before the natural current zero if the current falls below this value. In order to prevent impermissible overvoltages when performing switching operations in inductive circuits, the chopping current must be limited to the lowest possible value. Due to the use of a special contact material, the chopping current is only 4 to 5 A. Due to the rapid recovery of the dielectric strength of the contact gap, the arc is safely quenched even in cases where contact separation occurs immediately before a current zero. Consequently, the arcing time of the last poles to clear is no more than 15 ms. With radial magnetic field contacts, the arc burns diffusely while the current is up to approx. 10 kA (instantaneous value). At higher current values the arc is contracted, so that local overheating of the contact pieces must be avoided. An additional radial magnetic field produces a force which causes the arc to run around the arcing rings of the contact pieces. This allows the contact erosion that occurs at the root of the arc to be distributed over the whole circumference of the rings. With AC circuit-breakers the actual task of the arc-quenching system is to de-ionize the contact gap immediately after current zero. In the case of all the conventional methods of arcquenching, this means that the arc is being cooled even before the minimum gap and the subsequent current zero are reached. As a result, the arc power is unintentionally increased to a considerable degree. With the circuit-breaker module, on the other hand, the arc is not cooled. The metalvapor plasma has a high conductivity which results in an extremely low arc voltage with values from only 20 to 200 V. For this reason, and due to the short arcing times, the amount of energy conversion in the contact gap is very low. This relatively low stress level means that the quenching system is maintenance-free. Due to the very low pressures of less than 109 bar in the interrupter under steady-state conditions, contact gaps of only 6 mm are required in order to achieve a high dielectric strength.

Connecting disc

Insulator

Fixed contact piece

Moving contact piece

Arcing chamber
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Metal bellows

Guide

Drive and terminal bolt Vacuum interrupter (example)

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Description

Construction and mode of operation Assemblies Operating mechanism unit for accommodating: Control board with operating, indication and interlocking elements Operating mechanism for circuit-breaker, withdrawable part and earthing switches (optional) Withdrawable part (pole column)
Legend

1 Upper connection for


isolating contacts

2 Vacuum interrupter 3 Lower connection for


isolating contacts

9 2 3 7 10

4 Pole shell 5 Guide rods for moving


pole column

6 Pole linkage 7 Travel of pole column


from disconnected to connected position

11 12

8 Travel of pole column


from connected to disconnected position

consisting of: Vacuum interrupters Isolating contacts Pole shells Operating mechanism crosspiece Carrier element for operating mechanism unit and withdrawable part Guides for moving the pole column to the connected/ disconnected position Accommodates the pole linkage and operating mechanism shafts.

9 Operating mechanism
unit

4 5
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13

10 Closing spring 11 Circuit-breaker operating


mechanism linkage

14

12 Control board 13 Lockable operating


mechanism shaft for withdrawable part

14 Lockable operating
mechanism shaft for feeder and busbar earthing switches Withdrawable part (pole column) Operating mechanism cross-piece Operating mechanism unit

Circuit-breaker module (section), 1250 A

Control board Operating safety by virtue of Clear arrangement of operating and indicating elements Orientation of switch position indication with reference to mimic diagram Optional: Plant-related modifiable mimic diagram Mutual mechanical and electrical interlocks for Breaker operating mechanism Operating mechanism of withdrawable part Operating mechanisms for feeder and busbar earthing switches (optional) Additional locking of all operating mechanism functions by means of padlocks Control board can be integrated in switchgear front.

Legend Disconnector function

5 6

locking valve Earthing switch function for feeder (optional)

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1 Switch position indication 2 Manual operation with

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3 Switch position indication 4 Manual operation


ON/OFF Circuit-breaker

5 Hand crank coupling for


energy storage spring

3 4

11 12

6 Closing spring charged


indicator

7 8 9 10

Operating cycle counter Pushbutton CLOSED Pushbutton OPEN Switch position indication

Earthing switch function for busbar (optional)

Control board with mimic diagram

11 Switch position indication 12 Manual operation


ON/OFF

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Construction and mode of operation Interlocks Mechanical interlocks according to VDE 0670 Part 6 and IEC 60 298 Circuit-breaker withdrawable part: Circuit-breaker can be closed only in connected and disconnected positions Circuit-breaker can be closed only in connected position if auxiliary voltage is available Withdrawable part can be moved into open or closed position only when circuit-breaker is open Withdrawable part can be operated only when circuit-breaker is open Withdrawable part earthing switch: Earthing switch can be closed only with withdrawable part in disconnected position Circuit-breaker module: Circuit-breaker module can be moved out of panel only with withdrawable part in disconnected position Shock-hazard protection: Shutters for shock-hazard protection are operated by the withdrawable part of the circuit-breaker module. Electrical interlocks Required with the auxiliary circuit plug connector withdrawn as a Plug connector withdrawn signal With manual operating mechanism and interlocks acting across several panels (e.g. solenoid interlocking of busbar earthing switches against feeder breakers) With motor operating mechanism with interlocks acting within a panel and across several panels All electrical interlocks between assemblies of circuit-breaker module and their positions attainable Additionally to mechanical interlocks between circuit-breaker, withdrawable part and earthing switch Conventionally via contactors and connections at auxiliary switch contacts of switching devices. Electromagnetic interlocks As higher-level interlock
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Operation
Switch position indication pole column in connected position
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Functions 1
1234

1 Disconnector function, 2 Circuit-breaker ON 3 Feeder earthing switch


OFF

ON

4 Busbar earthing switch


OFF

Connected position Effective direction of operating shaft for vacuum interrupter

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Switching
Switch position indication

1
1234

1 Disconnector function,
pole column in connected position

OFF

2 Circuit-breaker OFF 3 Feeder earthing switch


OFF

4 Busbar earthing switch


OFF

3
Switch position

Effective direction of operating shaft for vacuum interrupter

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Disconnecting
Switch position indication

1
1234

1 Disconnector function,
pole column in connected position

2 Circuit-breaker OFF 3 Feeder earthing switch


OFF

4 Busbar earthing switch


OFF Process for disconnected position (in direction of arrow )

Effective direction of operating shaft for disconnecting

Disconnecting and earthing possible only when enabled by a higher-level control Options Interlocking by means of built-in cylinder locks for the operating mechanisms of withdrawable part and earthing switch Interlocking by means of padlocks for operating mechanisms of circuit-breaker, withdrawable part and earthing switch. Earthing
Switch position indication

1
1234

1 Disconnector function,
pole column in connected position

2 Circuit-breaker OFF 3 Feeder earthing switch


ON

4 Busbar earthing switch


ON Earthing in disconnected position Effective direction of operating shaft for earthing switches

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Description

Construction and mode of operation Stored-energy mechanism Features Stored-energy mechanism via closing and opening spring Charging of springs manually or electrically Storage of switching sequence The operating mechanism is generally of the stored-energy type. The mechanism operates the pole assemblies through rods. The closing spring can be charged either electrically or manually. It latches in when charging is complete. The closing spring acts as the stored-energy mechanism. For closing, the closing spring can be unlatched either mechanically by means of the local CLOSE pushbutton or electrically by remote control. The closing spring charges the contact-pressure/opening springs as the breaker closes. The now discharged closing spring will be charged again automatically by the mechanism motor if this exists. The breaker is now capable of performing the OPEN CLOSE OPEN switching sequence that is required for an unsuccessful auto-reclosing operation. All stored-energy mechanisms perform the switching duties of synchronizing and rapid load transfer (U) as well as autoreclosing (K).

1 2 3 4

7 8 9 10

5 6

Operating mechanism unit with stored-energy mechanism and secondary equipment

1 Operating mechanism for


disconnector function

7 Low-voltage plug connector 8 Auxiliary switches for


switching function

2 3 4 5

Motor and gearbox Closing spring Closing solenoid Auxiliary switch for disconnector function earthing switch

9 Opening block 10 1st shunt release

6 Operating mechanism for feeder Trip-free mechanism Features To VDE 0670 To IEC 60 056 In the event of an opening command being given after a closing operation has been initiated, the moving contacts return to the open position and remain there even if the closing command is sustained. This means that the contacts of the circuit-breaker module reach the closed position under these circumstances, as is permitted by IEC 60 056 and VDE 0670. Power consumption and rated normal currents for motor short-circuit protection
Rated voltage of operating mechanism Voltage range Power consumption of the motor min. V 20 41 51 93 187 93 93 187 W 350 350 350 350 350 VA 400 400 400 Smallest possible rated normal current of the m.c.b. with G-characteristic A 8 6 4 2 1.6 2 2 1.6

Operating mechanism motors Features DC or AC motors Short-time duty Varistor circuitry

The motors operate in shorttime duty. Therefore, the voltage and power consumption need not agree with the data on the rating plate. Protection of operating mechanism motors (see adjacent table) The inrush current in the operating mechanism motor can be neglected due to its very short duration.

V DC 24 48 60 110 220 AC 100 110 230

max. V 26 53 66 121 242 121 121 244

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NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

Additional components (in preparation) The NX ACT vacuum circuit-breaker module can be completed with additional components to form a switching device: Switching device with tulip-type contacts Switching device with flat contacts Features Modular integration in medium-voltage installations Variable circuit-breaker module solutions from economy type to complete installations For switchgear width of 800 mm: Rated normal current up to 2500 A Rated short-circuit breaking current up to 25 kA. Designs On request. Switching device with tuliptype contacts Consisting of 1 NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker module with tuliptype contacts (radiallyarranged, spring-loaded contact pieces) 2 Withdrawable rails for circuitbreaker module 3 Shutters as shock-hazard protection 4 Bushing-type transformer or post insulator with mating contacts as complete unit integral with shutters and the withdrawable rails 5 Option: Truck for withdrawing circuit-breaker module from panel.

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Consisting of 1 NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker module with flat contacts 2 Withdrawable rails for circuitbreaker module 3 Bushings with mating contacts in partition of panel 4 Mounting angle brackets as mating contacts (copper). Option: Truck for withdrawing circuitbreaker module from panel (see Fig. above, detail 5)

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Switching device with flat contacts

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Description

Secondary equipment The extent of the secondary equipment of the circuitbreaker module depends on the particular application and offers a great variety of possibilities to satisfy nearly every requirement. All secondary modules are described below and combination possibilities are stated in Part 2 of this catalog. Releases A release is a device which transfers commands from an external source, such as a control room, to the latching mechanism of the circuitbreaker module so that it can be opened or closed. The various types of releases available are described in detail below. The VDE designations for the devices are also given (in parentheses) when they differ from the terms used in this catalog. 3AY15 10 closing solenoid (shunt-closing release) The closing solenoid unlatches the charged closing spring and thus closes the circuit-breaker module electrically. It is available for either DC or AC operation. Shunt release (shunt-opening release) Shunt releases are used for automatic tripping of the circuit-breaker module by suitable protective relays and for deliberate tripping by electrical means. They are intended for connection to an external power supply (DC or AC) but, in special cases, may also be connected to a voltage transformer for manual operation. Two different types of shunt release are available: The 1st shunt release 3AY15 10 is normally included in the basic equipment of the circuit-breaker module. With this design, the electric tripping pulse is fed to the OPEN latching mechanism by means of a direct-acting solenoid armature in order to open the circuit-breaker module. The 3AX11 01 release is fitted if more than one shunt release is required (2nd shunt release possible). With this design, the electrical operning command is boosted by means of a solenoid armature unlatching a stored-energy mechanism before being fed to the OPEN latching mechanism in order to open the circuitbreaker module. Shorter opening times are possible with this release than with the 3AY15 10 type. For the maximum possible number of releases that may be fitted, see selection and ordering data in Part 2 of this catalog. 3AX11 03 undervoltage release An undervoltage release comprises a stored-energy mechanism, an unlatching mechanism and an electromagnetic system which is permanently energized while the circuit-breaker module is closed. If the voltage falls below a predetermined value, unlatching of the release is enabled and the circuit-breaker module is opened via the stored-energy mechanism. Manual tripping of the undervoltage release is generally performed with an NC contact in the tripping circuit, but may also be performed with an NO contact by short-circuiting the solenoid coil. With this type of release, the short-circuit current is limited by the built-in resistors. Undervoltage releases can also be connected to voltage transformers. The circuitbreaker module is then tripped automatically if the operating voltage drops to impermissibly low levels. Unsuccessful attempts at closing when the solenoid coil of the undervoltage release is not energized can be prevented in the following ways: By normally fitting electrical local closing in conjunction with the undervoltage release By connecting the undervoltage release, operated through an NO contact and closing solenoid, to the same operating voltage. Undervoltage release with delay For delayed tripping, the undervoltage release can be combined with type AN 1901 stored-energy mechanisms (for AC) and type AN 1902 (for DC), both types manufactured by Bender *. Adjustable delay times: 1 s, 1.8 s and 2.5 s. For combination with the stored-energy mechanisms, matched undervoltage releases must be fitted. The storedenergy mechanisms are not included in the scope of supply but must be ordered separately from Bender *. Current transformer-operated release Consisting of: Stored-energy mechanism Unlatching mechanism Electromagnetic system. Current transformer-operated releases are used where no external auxiliary voltage (battery) is available. Tripping is effected by means of a protective relay (e.g. overcurrent-time protection) acting on the current transformeroperated release. Two different current transformer-operated releases are used: 3AX11 02 current transformer-operated release with a rated current of 0.5 A which requires auxiliary transformers (e.g. type 4AM5 see catalog sheet LSA 2.2.6 Auxiliary current transformers for differential relays for overhead lines, cables and transformers) in addition to the main current transformers. The stored-energy mechanism is unlatched when the tripping current is exceeded (90 % of the rated current of the current transformeroperated release), thus causing the circuit-breaker module to be opened. 3AX11 04 current transformer-operated release, lowenergy version for a tripping pulse of min. 0.1 Ws. It is always used in conjunction with the 7SJ41 protective system (independent overcurrent-time protection with three-phase current transformer) or with similar protective systems. The protective system takes its supply and release energy for the circuit-breaker module from its own current transformer and is thus not dependent on external auxiliary voltages. The transformer current ensures that the protective relay is supplied with energy and fills an energy store, the charge of which is available as a tripping pulse at the time of tripping. This tripping pulse with 0.1 Ws is switched by the command contact and is capable of activating the current transformer-operated release. Anti-pumping (mechanical and electrical) If constant CLOSE and OPEN commands are present at the circuit-breaker module at the same time, the circuit-breaker module will return to the open position after closing. It remains in this position until a new CLOSE command is given. In this manner, continual closing and opening (= pumping) is prevented.

* Ordering address
Dipl.-Ing. W. Bender GmbH & Co. KG P.O. Box 1161 D-35301 Grnberg Germany

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Secondary equipment Power consumption and operating ranges of releases


Releases Order No. of releases Power consumption Operation with DC, consumption approx. W 140 140 70 20 Operation with AC 50/60 Hz, consumption approx. VA 140 140 50 20 10 * Operating ranges Release voltage with DC Release voltage or current with AC 50/60 Hz 85 to 110 % U 85 to 110 % U 85 to 110 % U 35 to 0%U Tripping pulse Ws 85 to 110 % U 70 to 110 % U 70 to 110 % U 35 to 0%U

Closing solenoid 1st shunt release (without stored-energy mechanism) 2nd shunt release (with stored-energy mechanism) Undervoltage release Current transformeroperated release (rated current 0.5 A) Current transformeroperated release (low-energy version)

3AY15 10 3AY15 10 3AX11 01 3AY11 03 3AX11 02

90 to 110 % Ia

3AX11 04

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Breaker tripping signal The NO contact S6 makes brief contact while the circuitbreaker module is opening and this is often used to operate a hazard-warning system which, however, is only allowed to respond to automatic tripping of the circuit-breaker module. Therefore, the signal from the NO contact must be interrupted when the breaker is being opened intentionally. This is accomplished under local control with the S7 cutout switch that is connected in series with the NO contact (see circuit example on page 1/12). Position switch for signalling closing spring charged The charging status of the closing spring of the circuitbreaker module can be interrogated electrically by means of the position switch. Varistor module When inductive loads are being disconnected in DC circuits, it is possible for switching overvoltages to be produced which may pose a risk to solid-state devices. This risk can be eliminated by connecting varistors across the inductances of the circuit-breaker module (motor, closing solenoid, releases). A suitable varistor module for operating voltages 60 V DC to 250 V DC is fitted when ordered. It limits the overvoltage to approx. 500 V.

Electrical local closing In the standard version, the circuit-breaker modules can be remote-closed electrically. In addition, they can be mechanically closed locally by direct unlatching of the closing spring. In this version, the closing circuit of the circuit-breaker module is triggered electrically by means of a pushbutton. This arrangement allows interlocking conditions arising from the system to be accepted in the local mode so that the circuit-breaker cannot close accidentally. For example, the circuit-breaker module can be interlocked through the auxiliary contact of a disconnector (see section on interlocking and also schematic diagrams on page 1/12). Circuit-breaker modules fitted with electrical local closing cannot be closed mechanically. Interlocking Mechanical interlocking The sensing devices on the system side check the status of the circuit-breaker module and prevent it from closing if the associated disconnector is not in a position to allow safe operation. The system also prevents the disconnector from being operated while the circuit-breaker module is closed. Similarly, the mechanical interlocking system can also be used for interlocking breaker trucks or withdrawable circuitbreakers.

Electrical interlocking Circuit-breaker modules can be incorporated in electromagnetic interlocking schemes for feeders and substations. With electrical interlocking, a magnetic lockout is fitted to the disconnector or its operating mechanism. The lockout is operated through an auxiliary contact of the circuit-breaker module so that the disconnector can only be operated when the circuit-breaker module is open. The circuit-breaker module, on the other hand, is controlled by the disconnector or its operating mechanism so that it may only be closed when the disconnector is in its end positions. For this purpose, the operating mechanism must be fitted with the electrical local closing system (see section on electrical local closing). Operating cycle counter An operating cycle counter is integrated in the control board to indicate the number of operating cycles performed by the circuit-breaker module. The number of operating cycles can be used to derive the operating life or servicing cycles. Secondary connections (for control circuit) 64-pole plug connector (e.g. type Han 64 D of Harting make) with crimping connections (a Harting crimping tool is necessary to connect the wiring).

For availability of secondary connectors see under Secondary equipment in Part 2 of this catalog. The upper plug part and sleeve of the connector are supplied loose. No tools are required for plugging and unplugging the upper and lower plug parts. The schematic diagrams show the factory assignment of the secondary connections. All circuit-breaker modules have the same assignment of terminals if they have the same secondary connections, with the result that it is easy to replace any breaker modules. Other terminal assignments on request. 3SV92 auxiliary switches The following versions are available (NO = normally-open contact, NC = normally-closed contact): 6 NO + 6 NC 12 NO + 12 NC For availability and possible use by customers see under Secondary equipment in Part 2 of this catalog.
Rated insulation voltage Insulation Continuous current Making current Breaking capacity at 220 V DC 250 V AC/DC Class C to VDE 0110 10 A 50 A 2A

* Consumption with operating current


(90 % of the rated current) and open-circuit armature. Siemens HG 11.51 1998

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Schematic diagrams (not binding examples only) Q0 circuit-breakers Secondary equipment for circuit-breaker (standard version) K1 Contactor (anti-pumping) M1 Motor operating mechanism R1 Resistor S1 Auxiliary switch S21, Position switches for S22 switching off motor operating mechanism after charging of closing spring
-S21
22 21

-Q0 -X0

A1

A2

-S1
13

11

-M1
A1 1 AC M DC 22 D2 DC 2 4

22

14

22

-V1
1 3

13

-S3
21 A1

-S41
31 14

-S7
22

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S41 Position switch (for signalling charged status of closing spring) S6 Breaker tripping signal S7 Cut-out switch for breaker tripping signal V1, Varistor V2, modules V3 X0 Plug connector Y1 1st shunt release Y2 2nd shunt release Y7 Undervoltage release Y9 Closing solenoid

A2

21

A2

A2

A1 32

A1

-S22

-K1

-Y9

-Y1
MANUAL ON
D1

-S6
14

13

S3 Position switch (opens as soon as closing spring charged)

-K1
MANUAL OFF

-V2
1

21

-K1

21

12

24

23

-X0

Motor operating mechanism

Closing and anti-pumping

Shunt release

Closing spring charged signal

Breaker tripping signal

A4

D2

C3

-X0

-X0

33

-S1

-S1
34

Option: Releases
-V3
D1 1

34

-V2 -Y7
D2

-Y2
4 D2

HG11-2348 eps

HG11-2349 eps

-R1
2 D3

D1

33

-X0

-X0

Undervoltage release for circuit-breaker

2nd shunt release for circuit-breaker

1 2 3 4 5 6

Rectifier (only with AC) Earthing switch OFF Withdrawable part OFF Interlocking of withdrawable part end position/circuit-breaker Interlocking of withdrawable part solenoid/circuit-breaker Interlocking shutter for manual operation closed

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A3

B3

A5

B2

B1

C4

D4

C2

B4

Description

NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

Schematic diagrams (not binding examples only) Q1 withdrawable unit Secondary equipment for withdrawable unit (standard version)
A15 D13 A10 B16 C14 C15 C10

-Q1 -X0

M1 Motor operating mechanisms for withdrawable part, feeder and busbar earthing switches Q0 Circuit-breaker Q8 Feeder earthing switch (manual operating mechanism) Q15 Busbar earthing switch S1 Auxiliary switch S11 Position switch for check-back signal S15 Position switch for check-back signal S8 Position switch for check-back signal S81 Position switch for Earthing switch OFF V1 Varistor module X0 Plug connector Y1 Closing solenoid for withdrawable part Y8 Closing solenoid for feeder earthing switch Y15 Closing solenoid for busbar earthing switch

A6

A7

A9

C6

C7

B8

C5

C9

-S11
2
11 13 14

13

61

21

23

31

33

41

43

51

53

63

C1 71 72

51

53

61

63

71

73

81

83

91

41

43

93

-S1
42 44 52 54 62 64 72 74 82 84 92 94

-S1
12 14 22 24 32 34 42 44 52 54 62 64

74

73

HG11-2350 eps

A14

D14

D16

D5

D6

D7

A8

D8

D9

-X0

B6

B7

C8

Auxiliary switches

B9

Auxiliary switches

A11

D10

C16

C13

B14

B15

B10

-X0 -Q0
91

D15

-X0
71

-X0
51

-X0

-S1
92 13

-S1
72

-S1
13 52

Option: Manual actuation

-S81
14

-S11 -Q8 -V1


2
13 D1

6
14

-Q15 -V1
1

D1

D1

-Y1
D2
HG11-2351a eps HG11-2352 eps

-Y8
D2 2

-S81
14
HG11-2353 eps

-Y15
D2 2

-S15
14

A16

D11

B11

13

-X0

-X0

-X0

-X0

For withdrawable part

For feeder earthing switch

For busbar earthing switch

A11

-X0 -Q8 -S8


14 13

A12

-X0

-X0

C11

-X0

D15

B12

A12

C11

A1

A1

A1

-V1 -M1
2

-V1
1

-V1
1

-Q1
13

Option: Motor actuation

-M1

D2

D2

D2

-Q15 -S15
HG11-2354a eps HG11-2355a eps HG11-2356a eps HG11-2363 eps

13

14

M DC

M DC 2

-M1

M DC 2

-S11

6
14 B12

A16

B11

D11

-X0

-X0

-X0

-X0

* Check-back signal of Mechanical


operation and interlocking for withdrawable part, feeder earthing switch and busbar earthing switch

For withdrawable part

For feeder earthing switch

For busbar earthing switch

Check-back signal *

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Description

Standards Standards The NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker modules conform to the following standards: IEC 60 056 IEC 60 694 BS 5311 VDE 0670 with reference to: IEC 60 071 IEC 60 721 IEC 60 298 Tests For the development and typetesting of high-performance switchgear which meets the applicable standards, Siemens has its own accredited testing facilities for: High-power electrical testing Test facilities for verifying: Mechanical operation Reliability Insulating capacity Temperature rise Climatic withstand capability Extensive series of tests are carried out for the type tests specified in the relevant standards and regulations in order to achieve reliable results. If a customer wishes tests to be carried out by an independent organization, the test facilities of the following company are also available: PEHLA Gesellschaft fr elektrische Hochleistungsprfungen Theodor-Stern-Kai 1 D-60596 Frankfurt/Main Germany The tests encompass switching capacity, currentcarrying capacity and, where applicable, insulating capacity. The fees for these tests are charged by PEHLA according to their current price schedule. Insulating capacity The NXACT vacuum circuitbreaker modules are suitable for site altitudes up to 3000 m. They can be used in buildings with poor heat insulation or low heating capacity, heated or cooled, without temperature monitoring. The heating or cooling system can fail for several days. The specified values are referred to sea level. When installed at altitudes above 1000 m, an allowance must be made for the resulting decrease in insulating capacity (see correction factor a in the diagram below).
HG11-2271 eps

Ambient conditions The NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker module meets the following ambient conditions according to IEC 60721-3-3, 1990: Climatic: Class 3K4 (minimum temperature limit -25 C) Class 3K6 (without ice formation and wind-driven precipitation) Class 3Z2 Class 3Z5 Biological: Class 3B1 Chemically active materials: Class 3C2 (without occurrence of saline fog with simultaneous condensation) Mechanically active materials: Class 3S2 (restriction according to operating instructions: clean insulating components) Mechanical: Class SM2.

1 0.9 Correction factor a 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.1 0

0 m 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 Site altitude above sea level

The following expression thus applies for the selection of the devices and equipment:
Rated withstand voltage to be selected 1) Required rated withstand voltage 1) 1.1 a

If, however, the actual insulating capacity must be determined at the installation site the withstand voltage the reduction of the insulating capacity from that for an altitude of 0 m (sea level) must be calculated as follows:
Withstand voltage 2) = a rated withstand voltage 1) of the selected switching device.

Definitions: Rated withstand voltage 1) = target value according to VDE, IEC, etc., referred to sea level. withstand voltage 2) = actual value at the respective height.

1) Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage Rated power-frequency withstand voltage 2) Lightning impulse withstand voltage Power-frequency withstand voltage

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12 kV, Type 3AJ

Siemens 12 kV withdrawable circuit-breaker module switchgear, airinsulated, type NX AIR with NX ACT vacuum circuit-breaker modules

Features Rated voltage 12 kV Maintenance-free up to 10,000 operating cycles Mechanical service life 10,000 operating cycles Rated short-circuit breaking currents up to 25 kA (rms value), up to 50 operating cycles User configurable secondary equipment Suitable for switching, for example: Overhead lines, cables Transformers Capacitors Filter circuits Motors Optimum replacement for breakers of conventional design e.g. minimum-oil circuit-breakers and dead-tank circuitbreakers
R-HG11-117eps

Contents

Page

Rated data Selection and ordering data Dimensions Secondary equipment 2/2 2/3 2/4

Enquiry form

Vacuum circuit-breaker module NX ACT, 12 kV, 1250 A

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NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module, 12 kV, Type 3AJ

Selection and ordering data

210

210
R-HG11-118eps

Rated voltage Ur kV

Rated short-circuit breaking current Isc kA

Switching operations with Isc Number

Polecentre distance mm

Rated short-circuit making current Ima kA

Rated normal current Ir A

Order No.

Weight

approx. kg 3AJ45 140

12

20

25

210

50

1250

50

210

50

1250

3AJ47

140

25

25

210

63

1250

3AJ46

140

Circuitbreaker module 12 kV, 1250 A


210 210
R-HG11-119eps

50

210

63

1250

3AJ48

140

50

210

63

2500

3AJ49

145

Operating mechanism functions for


Withdrawable part Manual operating mechanism Manual operating mechanism Manual operating mechanism Manual operating mechanism Motor operating mechanism 24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC Feeder earthing Manual operating mechanism Manual operating mechanism Motor operating mechanism 24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC Motor operating mechanism 24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC Motor operating mechanism Busbar earthing Manual operating mechanism Manual operating mechanism Motor operating mechanism 24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC 24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC 20 30 40 50 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

Circuitbreaker module 12 kV, 2500 A

Rated data Rated voltage Ur Rated lightning impulse voltage Up Rated short-time power-frequency voltage Ud Rated short-time duration tk Rated short-circuit breaking current Isc with number of switching operations (see table) Rated short-circuit making current Ima (see table) Operating mechanism functions with appropriate releases for withdrawable part, feeder and busbar earthing (see table) 12 kV
Motor operating mechanism

75 kV

24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC

28 kV 3s
Motor operating mechanism

24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC

Motor operating mechanism

24 V DC 48 V DC 60 V DC 110 V DC 220 V DC 100 V AC 110 V AC 230 V AC

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Dimensions, secondary equipment

NXACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module

517
HG11-2364 eps

200

188 Polecentre distance 210 mm 767 140*

730

375 586 646

275 100 156

584 Operating mechanism for earthing switch

NX ACT vacuum circuitbreaker module

* Travel

Secondary equipment (for description refer to pages 1/10 and 1/11)


Basic equipment Additional equipment Remarks Can also be operated manually Max. 2 opening releases possible. For possible combinations and Order Nos. see table below For freely available contacts see table below Electrical operating mechanism 3AY15 10 closing solenoid 1st shunt release 2nd shunt releases Current transformer operated release, 0.5 A Low-energy current transform er-operated release, 0.1 Ws Undervoltage release Auxiliary switches 6 NO + Auxiliary switches,12 NO + 6 NC and 64-pole plug 12 NC (more than 12 NO + connector 12 NC on request) Mechanical and electrical anti-pumping Breaker tripping signal Operating cycle counter 2 position switches for closing spring charged signal Electrical local closing Mechanical interlocking Varistor circuitry ( 60 V DC) Halogen-free and flame retardant wiring cables Condensation protection (230 V AC) Silver-plated primary conducting path Hand crank or standard key Possible release combinations Basic equipment Closing 1st shunt solenoid release 3AY15 10 3AY15 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 Additional releases (extra price) 2nd shunt Current transformerrelease operated release 3AX11 01 3AX11 02 / 3AX11 04 1 1 1 1 Undervoltage release 3AX11 03 1 1

Instead of mechanical local closing In secondary circuit

External connections + internal connections on both sides For manual charging of the closing spring

Auxiliary switch contacts available to customers Auxiliary contacts per function 6 NO + 6 NC 12 NO + 12 NC Contacts freely available to customers on lower plug part Basic equipment Basic equipment for circuit-breaker function for disconnector function 2 NO + 2 NC 1 NO + 1 NC 8 NO + 8 NC 7 NO + 7 NC

Abbreviations: NO = Normally open, NC = Normally closed

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Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module, 12 kV, Type 3AJ Enquiry Form


Ple a C se: F opy thi il s r l it S equir in ac shee en em cor t di d t to ents ing to yo yo ur ur Sie me ns co nta ct
FAX Visit Order/Supply

Name and address of your Siemens contact Company Siemens AG Department Name Street ZIP code/Town FAX With request for Quotation

Your name and address Company Department Name Street ZIP code/Town Tel. Telephone call

Technical data For possible combinations see pages 2/2 and 2/3

Rated voltage Rated lightning impulse voltage Rated short-time power-frequency voltage Rated short-circuit breaking current Rated short-circuit making current

12 kV 75 kV 28 kV 20 kA 50 kA 1250 A 210 mm Manual operating mechanism __ V DC Padlock Electromagnetic Manual operating mechanism __ V DC Padlock Electromagnetic Manual operating mechanism __ V DC Padlock Electromagnetic

Other voltage __ kV

Other

25 kA 25 x 63 kA 2500 A Motor operating mechanism __ V AC, __ Hz Key switch


__ V DC __ V AC, __ Hz

Switching operations with rated short-circuit breaking current

50 x

Rated normal current Pole-centre distance Without operating Withmechanism drawable Operating voltage part Interlocking Feeder earthing switch Without operating mechanism Operating voltage Interlocking Without operating mechanism Operating voltage Interlocking

Motor operating mechanism __ V AC, __ Hz Key switch


__ V DC __ V AC, __ Hz

Busbar earthing switch

Motor operating mechanism __ V AC, __ Hz Key switch


__ V DC __ V AC, __ Hz

Secondary equipment For possible combinations see pages 2/2 and 2/3

Motor operating mechanism Closing solenoid 1st shunt release 2nd shunt release Current transformer-operated release Undervoltage release Auxiliary switches Low-voltage connection Electrical local closing Varistor circuitry at 60 V DC Operating instructions

_______V DC _______V DC _______V DC _______V DC 0.5 A _______V DC 6 NO + 6 NC 64-pole plug connector

_______V AC _______V AC, _____ Hz _______V AC, _____ Hz _______V AC, _____ Hz Tripping pulse 0.1 Ws min. _______V AC, _____ Hz 12 NO + 12 NC Mechanical interlocking

German

English

French

Spanish

Order No.

Quantity_________

Field of application and other requirements

Overhead transmission lines Cables Transformers Capacitors

Filter circuits Motors Reactor coils

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Contents Catalog Index Conditions of Sale and Delivery, Export Regulations, Trademarks, Dimensions

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Catalog Index

Please contact your Siemens Representative

Catalog Index of the Power Transmission and Distribution Group (Medium-Voltage Division)

Title High-Voltage and MediumVoltage Equipment High-Voltage Equipment (Above 52 kV) Surge Counting Devices for Surge Arresters Medium-Voltage Equipment (High-Voltage Equipment up to 52 kV) 3AH Vacuum Circuit-Breakers 3TL Vacuum Contactors Disconnectors and Earthing Switches NX ACT Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Module Vacuum Switches, Switch-Disconnectors, HV HRC Fuse Switchgear Interlock Units, Control Valves, Compressed Air Systems Overvoltage Protection Insulators of Cast Resin (Excerpt) Current and Voltage Transformers Air-Cored Reactors, High-Voltage Capacitors

Designation

Order No.

HG 21.4

E50001-K1521-A401-A1-7600

HG 11.11 HG 11.21 HG 11.31 HG 11.51 HG 12 HG 13 HG 21 HG 22 HG 24 HG 25

E50001-K1511-A111-A3-7600 E50001-K1511-A211-A1-7600 E50001-K1511-A311-A1-7600 E50001-K1511-A511-A1-7600 E50001-K1512-A101-A4-7600 E86010-K1513-A101-A1-7600 E50001-K1521-A101-A1-7600 E50001-K1522-A111-A1-7600 E50001-K1524-A101-A2-7600 E86010-K1525-A101-A4-7600

Medium-Voltage Switchgear

Medium-Voltage Switchgear (High-Voltage Indoor Distribution Switchgear) Metal-Enclosed Truck-Type Switchboards for Indoor Installation 8BC1, 8BD1 Type 8BK20 Switchgear up to 24 kV with Withdrawable Circuit-Breakers (Metal-Clad) Type 8BK40 Switchgear up to 17.5 kV/63 kA with Withdrawable Circuit-Breakers Generator Circuit-Breaker Units up to 17.5 kV/80 kA, Type 8BK41 Type 8BJ50 Switchgear up to 24 kV with Withdrawable Circuit-Breakers* NX AIR Withdrawable Circuit-Breaker Module Switchgear up to 12 kV, Air-Insulated 36/38 kV Switchgear with Withdrawable Vacuum Circuit-Breakers, Type 8BK20 Type 8BK30 Switchgear up to 12 kV with Draw-Out Vacuum Contactors Panels up to 36 kV with Fixed-Mounted Circuit-Breakers, SF6 -Insulated, Types 8DA10 and 8DB10 Single-Pole, Metal-Enclosed, Metal-Clad Single-Busbar Switchgear Duplicate-Busbar Switchgear Type 8DC11 Panels up to 24 kV, Fixed-Mounted Vacuum Circuit-Breaker Switchgear, SF6-Insulated NX PLUS Fixed-Mounted Circuit-Breaker Switchgear up to 36 kV, SF6-Insulated Spline-Shaft Drive 8UG for Torque Transmission up to 200 Nm Motor Drive 8UH for Torque Requirements up to 250 Nm Fixed-Mounted Ring-Main Units up to 24 kV, SF6-Insulated, Type 8DH10 Fixed-Mounted Ring-Main Units up to 24 kV, SF6-Insulated, Type 8DJ10 Type 8FB1 Compact Transformer Substations up to 24 kV Factory-Built Container Stations, Type 8FF1

HA 21 HA 25.21 HA 25.31 HA 25.41 HA 25.61 HA 25.71 HA 26.1

E86010-K1421-A101-A3-7600 E50001-K1425-A311-A5-7600 E50001-K1425-A411-A2-7600 E50001-K1425-A511-A1-7600 E50001-K1425-A711-A2-7600 E50001-K1425-A811-A1-7600 Siemens Den Haag, Dept.CMS DMS E50001-K1427-A111-A2-7600

HA 27.11

HA 35.11 HA 35.41 HA 35.51 HA 39.1 HA 39.3 HA 41.11 HA 45.11 HA 51.1 HA 52.1

E50001-K1535-A101-A6-7600 E50001-K1435-A401-A3-7600 E50001-K1435-A511-A1-7600 E86010-K1439-A111-A2-7600 E86010-K1439-A131-A1-7600 E50001-K1441-A101-A2-7600 E50001-K1445-A111-A6-7600 E50001-K1451-A111-A2-7600 E50001-K1452-A111-A1-7600

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Conditions of Sale and Delivery

Conditions of Sale and Delivery Subject to the General Conditions of Supply and Delivery for Products and Services of the Electrical and Electronic Industry and to any other conditions agreed upon with the recipients of catalogs.

The technical data, dimensions and weights are subject to change unless otherwise stated on the individual pages of this catalog. The illustrations are for reference only.

We reserve the right to adjust the prices and shall charge the prices applying on the date of delivery.

A En 1.91a

Export Regulations In accordance with present provisions of the German Export List and the US Commerce Control List, export licences are not required for the products listed in this catalog. An export licence may however be required due to country-specific application and final destination of the products. Relevant are the export criteria stated in the delivery note and the invoice regarding a possible export and reexport licence. Subject to change without notice.

Trademarks All product designations used are trademarks or product names of Siemens AG or of other suppliers.

Dimensions All dimensions in this catalog are given in mm.

Responsible for: Technical contents: Hermann Bierfelder, Siemens AG, Dept. EV MNK V, Erlangen General editing: Gabriele Pollok, Siemens AG, Dept. EV BK T, Erlangen

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