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Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Medium-Voltage Equipment Selection and Ordering Data

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3TL62 / 63 / 66 Medium-Voltage Equipment Selection and Ordering Data Catalog HG 11.22 · 2010

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Medium-Voltage Equipment Catalog HG 11.22 · 2010

Contents

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Description

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General Construction and mode of operation Switching duties Standards Ambient conditions, dielectric strength and site altitude Product range overview and basic equipment

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Equipment Selection

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Selection aids

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Ordering data and configuration example

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Selection of basic types

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Selection of secondary equipment

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Additional equipment

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Accessories and spare parts

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Technical Data

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Electrical data, dimensions and weights

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Circuit diagrams

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Wiring examples

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Annex

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Inquiry form

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Configuration instructions

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Configuration aid

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Description

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General

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Construction and mode of operation:

Construction

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Mode of operation

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Replacement of HV HRC fuses

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Short-circuit protection of HV HRC fuses

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Application examples

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Utilization categories

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Switching of motors

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Switching of transformers

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Switching of capacitors

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Surge protection via limiters

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Integration in a switchgear panel

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Standards

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Ambient conditions

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Dielectric strength in reference to site altitude

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Adjustment of the operating mechanism to the site altitude

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Product range overview

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Basic equipment

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Description

General

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Description General Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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Contactor-fuse combination 3TL62/63/66

The contactor-fuse combinations 3TL62/63/66 are type-tested units of the successful 3TL6 contactors and HV HRC fuses.

A fuse holder for two fuses per phase and a control

transformer for power supply have been integrated. This enables frequent switching of high normal currents in a compact space.

Contactor-fuse combination 3TL62/63/66

– The Complete

Contactor-fuse combination 3TL62/63/66 – The Complete The arrangement of the components on the base plate

The arrangement of the components on the base plate provides optimum ventilation and thus, a high normal cur- rent, supported by the especially developed fuse holder which ensures a uniform distribution of the current. Even high requirements regarding the dielectric strength – as requested in countries like China – are fulfilled with this design.

Due to their high reliability, the contactor-fuse combina- tions 3TL6 are used where frequent and safe switching is required, no matter whether it is for three-phase motors, transformers, reactors, capacitors or resistive consumers. With up to one million operating cycles, the contactor- fuse combinations ensure optimum availability. Their ad- vantage: High safety and reliability due to maintenance- free systems.

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The contactor-fuse combinations 3TL6 are suitable for appli- cation on withdrawable parts and fixed-mounted assemblies. Bushings and various widths across flats are available for easy integration.

There are many different versions of contactor-fuse combina- tions available, e.g. for one or two fuses per phase, with or without control transformer.

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Description

Construction and mode of operation

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Description Construction and mode of operation

Construction

The contactor-fuse combination consists of the following components: vacuum contactor (1), insulating cover with fuse holder (2), fuse-links (3), isolating contacts (4), and an optional control transformer (5). These components are accommodated on a base plate (6).

The vacuum contactor (1) breaks the relevant currents during normal operation. To do this, the vacuum switch- ing technology, proven for more than 30 years, serves as arc-quenching principle by using vacuum interrupters. The vacuum interrupters (8) are operated by the magnet system (10) through an integral rocker (9). All components required for switching, such as the operating mechanism and closing latch (11) are accommodated in the operating mechanism box (12) and are fed with low voltage. This low voltage is either supplied separately or taken directly from the medium- voltage system through the optional control transformer (5).

The insulating cover with fuse holder (2) is mounted on one side of the contactor (1). On the other side it is raised to the necessary height by the cross-member (7). The fuse holders, which are especially conceived for the use of up to two plug- in HV HRC fuse-links, ensure a uniform distribution of the current to the two fuse-links of one phase.

The fuse-links (3) from different manufacturers can be used. Here, a maximum let-through current of 50 kA must be ob- served in order not to damage the contactor. To select the correct fuse-link, please observe the indications given in the chapter “Equipment Selection” (see page 16).

The isolating contacts (4) enable the connection to the medium-voltage system. For fixed mounting there are flat contacts available, and plug-in contacts for integration in withdrawable systems. With this type, the ring spring contact version offers an especially large contact surface and opti- mum power connection. The circumferential ring spring ex- pands when the fixed contact is pushed in, providing a large contact surface. To insulate the contact arms, a plastic insu- lating sleeve is used, which can be adjusted to the different lengths of the contact system. A width across flats of 205, 275 or 310 mm is reached by different adjustments to the cross-members or the insulating covers with fuse holders.

The optional control transformer (5) is connected to the high-voltage terminals of the contactor-fuse combination on its primary part, so that no additional cables are required. To protect the transformer, an separate upstream fuse is series-connected on the primary side and accommodated in the cross-member. Due to its different versions, the control transformer can be optimally adjusted to the existing power system.

The front cover (13) closes the insulating cover with fuse holder with an indication opening, and offers a possibility for handling.

1 Construction of the contactor-fuse combination 3TL6 Construction of the vacuum contactor (side view) Construction
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Construction of the contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
Construction of
the vacuum contactor
(side view)
Construction of the
contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
Legend
1 Vacuum contactor
10 Magnet system
2 Insulating cover with
fuse holder
11 Mechanical closing latch
12 Operating mechanism box
3 Fuse-link
13 Front cover
4 Isolating contacts
14 Fuse trip indicator
5 Optional control transformer
15 Position indicator
6 Base plate
16 Integral rocker
7 Cross-member
17 Terminal strip
8 Vacuum interrupter
18 Primary fuse (transformer)
9 Integral rocker

Description

Construction and mode of operation

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Description Construction and mode of operation Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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Construction of the vacuum contactor (side view) Sectional view of an HV HRC fuse-link Legend

Construction of the vacuum contactor (side view)

Construction of the vacuum contactor (side view) Sectional view of an HV HRC fuse-link Legend 1

Sectional view of an HV HRC fuse-link

Legend

1 Opening springs

2 Integral rocker

3 Magnet system

4 Magnet armature

5 Contact pressure spring

6 Vacuum interrupter

7

Operating mechanism box

8

Secondary fuse-element

9

Outer tube

10

Main fuse-element

11

Thermal striker

Mode of operation

Basically, there are three different modes or states of opera- tion: Normal operation, short circuit and overload.

During normal operation, the combination behaves like a contactor. The atmospheric pressure exerts a force on the metal bellows of the vacuum interrupter. Without the in- uence of the operating mechanism, this would close the contact gap.

The opening springs (1) keep the moving interrupter con- tact in open position via the integral rocker (2). To close the vacuum contactor, the compressive force of the opening springs (1) is overcome by the magnet system (3). The DC magnet system operates as an economy circuit, providing a high mechanical endurance and a low pickup and holding power. The magnet armature (4) is attracted, thus moving the integral rocker (2), which releases the moving interrupter contact from the open position. The atmospheric pressure closes the contacts. The integral rocker (2) compresses the contact pressure springs (5), thus generating the necessary contact force. When the magnetic excitation is de-energized, the opening springs (1) open the contact gap via the integral rocker (2) and the moving interrupter contact.

When a mechanical closing latch is used, the adjustment is maintained through a latch lever even if the magnet coil is not excited. The vacuum contactor is released electrically by means of a latch release coil, or mechanically by means of a latch release device.

In case of overload, a high continuous current overloads the fuse-link thermally, thus tripping the thermal striker (11). The contactor already operates within the arcing time of the fuse. The take-over current must not exceed 5 kA, as this could damage the vacuum interrupter! This is prevented by selecting the correct fuse.

In case of short circuit, the main fuse-elements (10) of the HV HRC fuse melt and evaporate at all bottlenecks already during the current rise. Arcs burn at these bottlenecks, which are cooled so effectively by the arc-quenching medium that their total arc voltage is higher than the operating voltage. This results in a rapid decrease of the current, which is inter- rupted while it is still rising. When the main fuse-elements

(10) melt, the secondary fuse-element (8) evaporates as

well and releases the thermal striker (11), which operates

the vacuum contactor with the help of the auxiliary switch

and activates the fuse trip indicator. In the optimum time

sequence, the fuse has already interrupted the short-circuit current at this time.

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Description

Construction and mode of operation

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Description Construction and mode of operation

Replacement of HV HRC fuses

The fault currents stress the fuses in the phases differently, but all fuses are stressed. To obtain identical switching and safety conditions for further application again, all fuse-links should be replaced as recommended in the standards.

We advise to use our Siemens 3GD2 HV HRC fuse-link for our contactor-fuse combination. For more Information see Catalog HG 12.31, Order No. E50001-K1512-A311-A2-7600 (available as of 2011).

Short-circuit protection of HV HRC fuses

At high short-circuit currents, HV HRC fuses have a current- limiting effect, i.e. the fuse limits the short-circuit current to the let-through current. To select the fuses, the type of con- sumer must be observed, e.g. motor, transformer, capacitors.

An example for the coordination of contactor and HV HRC fuses is given in the chapter “Equipment Selection”.

Application examples

Contactor-fuse combinations are suitable for operational switching of alternating-current consumers in indoor switch- gear, and can be used e.g. for the following switching duties:

Starting of motors

Plugging or reversing the direction of rotation of motors

Switching of transformers

Switching of reactors

Switching of resistive consumers (e.g. electrical furnaces)

Switching of capacitors

Switching of compressors.

With these duties, contactor-fuse combinations are used in conveyor and elevator systems, pumping stations, air con- ditioning systems as well as in systems for reactive power compensation, and can therefore be found in almost every industrial sector.

Utilization categories

In IEC 60470, medium-voltage power contactors are divided into different utilization categories. According to these categories, contactor-fuse combinations 3TL62/63/66 are dimensioned for different electrical consumers and operating conditions. The opposite table shows typical applications in accordance with the respective utilization categories.

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Example: Single-line diagram
for direct control of consumers

Utilization category

Typical applications

AC-1

Non inductive or slightly inductive loads, resistance furnaces

AC-2

Slip-ring motors:

Starting, switching off

AC-3

Squirrel-cage motors:

Starting, switching off during running

AC-4

Squirrel-cage motors:

Starting, plugging 1) , reversing 1) , inching 2)

1) Plugging is understood as stopping or reversing the motor rapidly by reversing motor primary connections while the motor is running 2) Inching is understood as energizing a motor once or repeatedly for short periods to obtain small movements of the driven mechanism

Description

Switching duties

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Description Switching duties Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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Medium-voltage

Medium-voltage   Conveyor and elevator systems, compressors, ventilation and heating
 

Conveyor and elevator systems, compressors, ventilation and heating

three-phase motors

Transformers

Transformers Ring-main units, industrial system distributions

Ring-main units, industrial system distributions

Reactors

Reactors Industrial system distributions, DC-link reactors, reactive power compensation systems

Industrial system distributions, DC-link reactors, reactive power compensation systems

Resistive consumers

Resistive consumers   Heating resistors,
 

Heating resistors,

electric furnaces

Capacitors

Capacitors Reactive power compensation systems, capacitor banks

Reactive power compensation systems, capacitor banks

Compressors

   
Surge protection of the contactor-fuse combination

Surge protection of the contactor-fuse combination

Switching of motors

Contactor-fuse combinations 3TL62/63/66 are especially suit- able for frequent operation of motors in utilization category AC-3 and AC-4.

As the chopping currents of the contactors are 5 A, no unpermissibly high overvoltages are produced when started motors are switched during normal operation. However, when high-voltage motors with starting currents of 600 A are stopped during start-up, switching overvoltages may arise. The magnitude of these overvoltages can be reduced to harmless values by means of special surge limiters.

Switching of transformers

When inductive currents are interrupted, current chopping can produce overvoltages at the contact gap. Such overvolt- ages can be controlled with a protective circuit composed of 3EF surge limiters.

Switching of capacitors

Contactor-fuse combinations can interrupt capacitive cur- rents up to 250 A up to the rated voltage of 12 kV without restrikes, and thus without overvoltages.

Surge protection via limiters

Overvoltages can arise as a consequence of multiple re- strikes or by virtual current chopping, e.g. when motors are switched in braked condition or during start-up. Motors with a starting current 600 A are endangered. Safe protection against overvoltages is ensured by surge limiters; circuit ex- amples are shown on the left.

3EF surge limiters can be arranged in parallel to the cable sealing ends, preferably in the cable compartment. The surge limiters consist of non-linear resistors (metal-oxide varistors SIOV) and a series-connected spark gap. During installation it must be observed that the surge limiter is flexibly mounted on one side for mechanical reasons.

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Standards

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Integration in a switchgear panel

Due to its construction and the different medium-voltage connections possible, the contactor-fuse combination 3TL62/63/66 can be easily integrated in a switchgear panel.

Standards

Contactor-fuse combinations 3TL62/63/66 conform to the standards for high-voltage alternating current contactors above 1 kV and up to 12 kV.

Overview of standards

IEC 62271-1

DIN EN 62271-1

IEC 60470 – Issue 2000

DIN EN 60470

IEC 62271 – 106 CDV 01‘2010

 

IEC 60529

DIN EN 60529

IEC 60721

DIN EN 60721

IEC 60282-1

DIN EN 60282-1

Test voltages according to D/L 404, GB 14808, DL/T 593

 
Example: Integration of a contactor-fuse combination in a switchgear panel A Switching-device compartment B Busbar

Example:

Integration of a contactor-fuse combination in a switchgear panel

A Switching-device compartment

B Busbar compartment

C Connection compartment

D Contactor-fuse combination

E Low-voltage compartment

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Description

Ambient conditions, dielectric strength and site altitude

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Ambient conditions

The contactor-fuse combinations 3TL62/63/66 are designed for the normal operating conditions defined in the stan- dards. They are designed in open construction, with degree of protection IP00, according to IEC 60529. Condensation can occasionally occur under the ambient conditions shown opposite.

Contactor-fuse combinations are suitable for use in the following climatic classes according to IEC 60721:

Climatic ambient conditions:

Class 3K4 1) Class 3K6 2) Class 3Z2 Class 3Z5

Biological ambient conditions:

Class 3B1

Mechanical ambient conditions:

Class 3M2

Chemically active substances:

Class 3C2 3)

Mechanically active substances:

Class 3S2 4)

1) Low temperature limit: –25 °C 2) Without icing and wind-driven precipitation 3) Without appearance of saline fog with simultaneous condensation 4) Restriction: Clean insulation parts

Dielectric strength in reference to site altitude

The dielectric strength of air insulation decreases with in- creasing altitude due to low air density. The rated lightning impulse withstand voltage values specified in the chapter “Technical Data” apply to a site altitude of 1000 m above sea level. For an altitude above 1000 m, the insulation level must be corrected according to the opposite diagram.

The characteristic shown applies to the rated short-duration power-frequency withstand voltage and the rated lightning impulse withstand voltage.

To select the devices, the following applies:

U U 0 x K a

U Rated withstand voltage under standard reference atmosphere

U 0 Rated withstand voltage requested for the place of installation K a Altitude correction factor according to the opposite diagram

A control transformer must be specified accordingly.

Adjustment of the operating mechanism to the site altitude

The contactor-fuse combination is adjusted to a standard site altitude of -200 m to +1250 m. For operation at a different altitude, other site altitudes can be adjusted at the factory from -1250 m to +4000 m (for selection, see “Additional Equipment” on page 23).

Example

For a requested rated lightning impulse withstand voltage

of 60 kV at an altitude of 2500 m, an insulation level of

72 kV is required as a minimum under standard reference

atmosphere:

72 kV ≥ 60 kV x 1.2

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Description

Product range overview and basic equipment

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Description Product range overview and basic equipment

Product range overview

 

3TL62

3TL63

3TL66

Standards

IEC 60470/DIN EN 60470

IEC 60470/DIN EN 60470 + additional increased dielectric requirements

IEC 60470/DIN EN 60470

Rated voltage U r

7.2 kV

7.2

kV

12

kV

Rated normal current I e (depending on installation and co- ordination with the selected fuses)

450

A

400

A

400

A

Thermal current I th

Depending on installation and coordination with the selected fuses

 

Rated short-circuit breaking current I SC (prospective)

50

kA

50

kA

40

kA

Max. let-through current I D

46

kA

46

kA

46

kA

Short-circuit capability of the contactor (limit switching capacity)

5

kA

4.5

kA

4.5 kA

Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage (to earth /open contact gap)

60

kV/40 kV

60

kV/40 kV

75

kV/60 kV

Rated short-duration power-frequency withstand voltage

20

kV

32

kV

28

kV

Switching rate

1200 operating cycles /h

600

operating cycles /h

600

operating cycles /h

Mechanical endurance

1 mio. operating cycles

1 mio. operating cycles

1 mio. operating cycles

 

1 x 315 A or

1 x 315 A or

1 x 200 A or

Max. number of fuses per phase 1)

2 x 250 A

2 x 250 A

2 x 200 A

Pole-centre distance

120

mm

120

mm

120

mm

Width across flats

205

mm, 275 mm, 310 mm

205

mm, 275 mm, 310 mm

205

mm, 275 mm, 310 mm

1) Relating to Siemens 3GD2 or SIBA fuses (motor protection characteristics)

Basic equipment of the contactor-fuse combination 3TL62/63/66

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Equipment

Minimum equipment

Alternative equipment

Remark

Construction

On base plate 340 x 620 mm

For fixed mounting or mounting on draw-out element or truck

Auxiliary contacts for contactor

4 NO + 3 NC

6

NO + 5 NC

Auxiliary contacts for fuse tripping

1 NO + 1 NC per phase

 

None

Wired at the factory

Auxiliary voltage supply

Separate supply

Generated by a control transformer

Standard control transformer only usable up to +1250 m site altitude

Low-voltage connection

Via terminal strip at the contactor

Fuse holder

One fuse per phase

Two fuses per phase

Site altitude

–200 m to +1250 m

–1250 m to +4000 m

Site altitude adjusted at the factory

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Equipment Selection

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Selection aids:

Transformer protection

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Motor protection

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Ordering data and configuration example:

Order number structure

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Configuration example

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Selection of basic types:

Voltage level 7.2 kV

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Voltage level 12 kV

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Selection of secondary equipment:

Auxiliary contacts

20

Additional components

20

Operating voltage for magnet system and closing latch

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Fuse holder

22

Width across flats

22

Medium-voltage connection

22

Installation of contactor-fuse combination

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Low-voltage connection

22

Additional equipment

23

Accessories and spare parts

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Equipment Selection

Selection aids

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Selection aids

The contactor-fuse combination is selected in two steps:

1) The basic device is selected in accordance with the re- quirements of the medium-voltage system and the switch- ing duty.

2) Selection of a suitable fuse.

Generally, fuses of any manufacturer can be used, if they fulfil the standard IEC 60282-1, IEC 60644 and IEC 60787. The selected fuse must contain a thermal striker of the “medium” type.

But we advise to use our Siemens 3GD2 HV HRC fuse-link for our contactor-fuse combination. For more Information see Catalog HG 12.31, Order No. E50001-K1512-A311-A2-7600 (available as of 2011).

2 Transformer protection

HV HRC fuses as short-circuit protection for transformers

DIN VDE 0670 Part 402 achieved a standardization of the HV HRC fuse characteristics – referring to their rated current. This results in a protection recommendation for distribution transformers which is widely independent of the fuse manu- facturer.

A minimum or maximum fuse current rating is assigned to each transformer. This larger range provides improved dis- crimination coordination both towards the low-voltage side and the superior medium-voltage side.

Moreover, there are further requirements for special applica- tions, which are described in the relevant standards.

Inrush current

For the specified ratings of distribution transformers, the effects of inrush currents (I 2 t-values) on the upstream HV HRC fuses have been checked. The most important factors of influence are the rated power, vector groups and impedance voltages of the transformers.

According to IEC 60787, Clause 4, the pre-arcing time char- acteristic of the fuse at a time of 0.1 s must feature a cur- rent value greater than 10 to 12 times the rated transformer current.

Short-circuit protection on the low-voltage side of the transformer

When there is a short-circuit on the low-voltage side at the transformer terminals, a damped short-circuit current flows on the high-voltage side:

I k = I rT 100

U

k

Sustained symmetrical short-circuit current I rT Rated current of the transformer U k Relative impedance voltage (%)

I

k

The HV HRC fuse used breaks this damped short-circuit cur- rent safely. Its minimum breaking current must therefore be lower than the fault current to be expected.

Discrimination requirements between HV HRC fuses

In individual cases, e.g. in line systems with widely separated

substations, the discrimination of series-connected HV HRC fuses may be important for operational reasons. The superior HV HRC fuse must have a higher pre-arcing I 2 t-value as the operating I 2 t-value of the subordinate fuse.

Discrimination requirements between HV HRC and

LV HRC fuses

When the associated LV HRC fuse is selected, discrimination

to the HV HRC fuse must be ensured. This equally applies if

the low-voltage feeder contains several parallel fuses.

In the case of LV HRC fuses with different current ratings, the fuse with the maximum current rating is decisive for dis- crimination considerations.

Discrimination requirements between HV HRC fuses and low-voltage circuit-breakers

Discrimination must be ensured by means of the time-cur- rent characteristics of the HV HRC fuse-link converted to the low-voltage level and the total breaking time of the provided circuit-breaker.

Motor protection

HV HRC fuses as short-circuit protection of motors

HV HRC fuses are used for short-circuit protection in combi- nation with vacuum contactors.

Due to the arising motor starting current, the instant when the motor starts represents the maximum stress for the HV HRC fuse. This stress must neither operate nor pre-damage the fuse. Other factors of influence on the stress of the HV HRC fuses are the starting time and the starting frequency.

The indications of the fuse manufacturer regarding motor protection must be generally observed.

As a guide value for 2 to 6 starts per hour (max. 2 shortly

after each other), the pre-arcing current of a fuse to be se- lected must be at least twice the motor starting current for

the given starting time. For a higher number of starts, a fuse

of the next higher level must be selected.

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Selection aids

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Coordination of the HV HRC fuse with other components of the motor circuit

The high-voltage motor is selected for the corresponding duty. Thus, the following motor data are known:

Rated current

Rated voltage

Starting current

• Starting time

• Starting frequency

Coordination of the components of the motor circuit:

• The time-current characteristic must be located on the right of the motor starting current (point A).

The rated current of the HV HRC fuse-link must exceed the normal current of the motor.

The current corresponding to the intersection B of the

HV HRC fuse-link characteristic and the characteristic of the overcurrent-time protection must be higher than the minimum breaking current of the HV HRC fuse-link. If this is not feasible, it must be ensured that overload currents that are smaller than the minimum breaking current of the HV HRC fuse-link are interrupted by the vacuum contactor via the striker. This prevents thermal overloading of the HV HRC fuse-link, which would otherwise be destroyed.

• The rated breaking current of the vacuum contactor must

be higher than the minimum breaking current of the HV HRC fuse-link, and higher than the current resulting from the in- tersection B of the HV HRC fuse-link and the overcurrent-time protection characteristics.

The maximum let-through current I D of the contactor-fuse-

combination shall be limited trough the HV HRC fuse-links (one or two in parallel).

The integral of the square of the current over a given time

interval (I 2 t-value) is a measure for the thermal short-time stress of the elements of a circuit. The pre-arcing I 2 t-value of the fuse to be selected must not exceed the maximum permissible I 2 t-value of the contactor-fuse combination.

The thermal power loss of the HV HRC fuse-links shall not

exceed the maximum value of the contactor-fuse-combination.

With integrating the CFC into a panel a reduction though decreased ventilation has to be taken into account.

The contactor-fuse combination 3TL6 is optimized regarding

current integral and power losses for using Siemens HV HRC fuse-links 3GD2 in accordance with the selection on page 13.

Example 1 Characteristic of an HV HRC fuse 2 Characteristic of the overcurrent-time protection 3

Example

1 Characteristic of an HV HRC fuse

2 Characteristic of the overcurrent-time protection

3 Motor starting time

4 Motor starting current

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Ordering data and configuration example

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Order number structure

The contactor-fuse combinations consist of a medium-volt- age and a low-voltage part. The relevant data make up the 16-digit order number. The medium-voltage part covers the main electrical data of the contactor. The low-voltage part covers the auxiliary devices which are necessary for operat- ing and controlling the contactor-fuse combination. Fuse- links must be selected separately.

Order codes

Individual equipment versions are explained more in detail by an order code. Several order codes can be added to the order number in succession and in any sequence.

Mounting parts and special versions ( )

In case of special versions, “- Z” is added to the order num- ber and a descriptive order code follows. If several special versions are required, the suffix “- Z” is listed only once. If a requested special version is not in the catalog and can there- fore not be ordered via order code, it has to be identified with Y 9 9 after consultation.

The agreement hereto is made between your responsible sales partner and the order processing department at the Switchgear Factory in Berlin.

a: alphabetically

n: numerical

Position:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

 

Order codes

Order No.:

   

3TL6nnn–naann–naan–

                             

1 st position

2 nd position

3 rd position

5 th

th ,

4

and 7

th position

6 th and 8 th to 11 th position

12 th – 16 th position

Primary equipment

Superior group

Switching devices

Main group

Contactors

Subgroup

Vacuum contactors

Basic equipment Design and ratings of medium-voltage part

Secondary equipment Secondary equipment Operating voltages, auxiliary equipment

Extended equipment and connections

Order codes Group of 3 after the Order No. Format: a n a

Special versions ( ) Initiated with “Z” Group of 3 after the Order No. Format: a n n

Configuration example

In order to simplify the selection of the correct order number for the requested contactor-fuse combination, you will find a configuration example on each page of the chapter “Equipment Selection”. For the selection of auxiliary voltages, additional components, width across ats, etc. the last example of the primary part is taken over and continued, so that at the end of the equipment selection (page 23) a completely configured contactor- fuse combination results as an example.

gured contactor- fuse combination results as an example. On the foldout page we offer a configuring
gured contactor- fuse combination results as an example. On the foldout page we offer a configuring
gured contactor- fuse combination results as an example. On the foldout page we offer a configuring
gured contactor- fuse combination results as an example. On the foldout page we offer a configuring
gured contactor- fuse combination results as an example. On the foldout page we offer a configuring

On the foldout page we offer a configuring aid. Here you can fill in the order number you have determined for your contactor-fuse combination.

Example for Order No.: 3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0 Order codes:
Example for Order No.:
3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0
Order codes:

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection

Selection of basic types

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Selection of basic types
Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Selection of basic types
7.2 kV Position: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 – – 8 9 10
7.2 kV
Position:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
– –
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Order codes
50/60 Hz
Order No.:
3TL6
– –
U
U
U
U
I
r
p
p
d
e
kV
kV
kV
kV
A
7.2
60
40
20
450
3TL62
3
32
400
3TL63
5
1) The maximum rated normal current depends on the installation
conditions (ventilation) and the power loss of the fuses
12 kV
50/60 Hz
U
U
U
U
I
r
p
p
d
e
kV
kV
kV
kV
A
12
75
60
28
400
3TL66
5
Configuration example
Contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
3TL6
Rated voltage U r = 7.2 kV
Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage to earth U p = 60 kV
Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage, open contact gap U p = 40 kV
Rated short-duration power-frequency withstand voltage U d = 20 kV
Rated normal current I e = 450 A
2
3
Example for Order No.:
3TL62
3
– –
Order codes:
Rated voltage
Rated
lightning
impulse
withstand
voltage
to
earth
Rated lightning
impulse
withstand
voltage
open contact gap
Rated short-duration
power-frequency
withstand
voltage
Rated normal current 1)
free-standing
See page 20
See page 20
See page 21
See page 21
See page 21
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 23

2

Equipment Selection

Selection of secondary equipment

Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

2

6 th position Auxiliary contacts Position: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 – –
6 th position
Auxiliary contacts
Position:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
– –
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Order codes
Order No.:
3TL6
– –
Options
4
NO + 3 NC
1
6
NO + 5 NC
2
7 th position
See page 19
8 th position
Additional components
Options
Without additional components
0
Mechanical closing latch, 1 NO assigned
1
Special version
Wiring on terminal strip: Monitoring of closing latch
1
–Z
G19
Wiring on terminal strip: Actuate delatching
1
–Z
G50
Configuration example
Contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
(U r = 7.2 kV, U p = 60 kV, U p = 40 kV, U d = 20 kV, I r = 450 A)
Number of auxiliary contacts: 6 NO and 5 NC
Without additional components
3TL6
2
3–
2
0
See page 19
See page 21
See page 21
See page 21
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 23
Example for Order No.: 3TL6223–0 – Order codes:
Example for Order No.:
3TL6223–0
Order codes:

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection

Selection of secondary equipment

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment
Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment
9 th /10 th /11 th position Operating voltage for magnet system and closing latch
9 th /10 th /11 th position
Operating voltage
for magnet system and closing latch
Position:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
– –
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Order codes
Order No.:
3TL6
– –
Separate voltage supply
AC voltage
DC voltage
50/60 Hz
110
V AC
AG2
115
V AC
AJ2
120
V AC
AK2
230
V AC
AL2
240
V AC
AP2
24
V DC 1)
BB4
48
V DC 1)
BW4
60
V DC 1)
BE4
110
V DC
BF4
125
V DC
BG4
220
V DC
BM4
1) The contactor coil must not be switched with the fuse-trip
indication auxiliary switch. A coupling relay has to be used inbetween.
Order code R82 is mandatory.
Internal supply through control transformer
(50/60 Hz) for 3TL62 and 3TL63
AC voltage
110
V AC
ZG2
J
230
V AC
ZL2
J
Other voltages on request
Primary voltage of control transformer
3.3
kV
Z
2
J3A
3.5
kV
Z
2
J3B
4.0
kV
Z
2
J3C
4.2
kV
Z
2
J3D
4.8
kV
Z
2
J3E
5.0
kV
Z
2
J3F
5.5
kV
Z
2
J3G
6.0
kV
Z
2
J3H
6.3
kV
Z
2
J3J
6.6
kV
Z
2
J3K
6.9
kV
Z
2
J3L
7.2
kV
Z
2
J
3M
Special version
Wiring on terminal strip: voltage, control transformer
(Only possible with control transformer; 9 th position = “Z”)
–Z
R83
Configuration example
Contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
3TL6
(U r = 7.2 kV, U p = 60 kV, U p = 40 kV, U d = 20 kV, I r = 450 A)
223–0
AC operation 230 V AC 50/60 Hz
AL2
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 22
See page 23

2

Example for Order No.: 3TL6223–0AL2 – Order codes:
Example for Order No.:
3TL6223–0AL2
Order codes:

Equipment Selection

Selection of secondary equipment

Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection Selection of secondary equipment Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

2

12 th position Fuse holder Position: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 – –
12 th position
Fuse holder
Position:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
– –
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Order codes
Order No.:
3TL6
Options
Plug-in fuse holder 442 mm, one fuse per phase
1
Plug-in fuse holder 442 mm, two fuses per phase
2
Special version
Wiring on terminal strip: Fuse tripping alarm
–Z
R82
13 th position
Width across flats
Options
205
mm
0
275
mm
1
310
mm
2
14 th position
Medium-voltage connection
Options
Flat bolted connection
A
Circular plug-in contact
F
Circular plug-in contact with fixed contacts /bushing
J
15 th position
Installation of contactor-fuse combination
Options
On base plate 340 x 620 mm (W x L)
A
16 th position
Low-voltage connection
Options
Connection to contactor terminal
0
Configuration example
Contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
(U r = 7.2 kV, U p = 60 kV, U p = 40 kV, U d = 20 kV, I r = 450 A)
Plug-in fuse holder 442 mm, one fuse per phase
Width across flats 275 mm
Medium-voltage connection: Circular plug-in contact
Installation on base plate 340 x 620 mm (W x L)
Low-voltage connection: Connection to contactor terminal
3TL6
223–0AL2
1
1
F
A
0
See page 23
Example for Order No.: 3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0 Order codes:
Example for Order No.:
3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0
Order codes:

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection

Additional equipment

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Additional equipment
Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Additional equipment
Additional equipment Position: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 – 8 9 10 11
Additional equipment
Position:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Order codes
Order No.:
3TL6
Options
Surge protection circuit DC in secondary circuit
with varistor module 3AX1526-0F
–Z
A00
Surge protection circuit AC in secondary circuit
with rectifier 3AX1525-1F
–Z
A01
Wiring, halogen-free and flame-retardant
–Z
A10
Additional rating plate
–Z
B00
Without cover
–Z
B20
Seaworthy packing additionally to EXW pricing,
or additionally to transport by truck
–Z
F02
Routine test report in English
–Z
F20
Routine test report to customer
–Z
F23
Routine test report in German
–Z
F24
Routine test report in French
–Z
F25
Routine test report in Spanish
–Z
F26
Customer acceptance
–Z
F50
Wiring on terminal strip: Monitoring of closing latch
–Z
G19
Wiring on terminal strip: Actuate delatching
–Z
G50
Operating instructions, German
–Z
L03
Operating instructions, English, additional
–Z
L04
Operating instructions, Russian
–Z
L05
Operating instructions, Spanish
–Z
L06
Operating instructions, French
–Z
L07
Operating instructions, Italian
–Z
L08
Operating instructions, Portuguese
–Z
L09
Operating instructions, Turkish
–Z
L10
Operating instructions, Polish
–Z
L11
Site altitude –1250 m to +200 m above sea level 1)
–Z
R51
Site altitude +1250 m to +2500 m above sea level 1)
–Z
R53
Long insulating sleeve for contact arm 3TL62 2)
–Z
R61
Short insulating sleeve for contact arm 3TL62 2)
–Z
R62
Mechanical release for closing latch for Bowden wire 3)
–Z
R72
Base plate with wheels
–Z
R73
Wiring on terminal strip: fuse tripping alarm
–Z
R82
Wiring on terminal strip: voltage control transformer 4)
–Z
R83
1)
Not together with internal supply via control transformer
3)
2) Standard for 3TL63 and 3TL66 (short or long depending on the contact)
4)
Supplied without Bowden wire
Only possible with control transformer (9 th position = “Z”)
Configuration example
Contactor-fuse combination 3TL6
3TL6
Rated voltage U r = 7.2 kV
Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage to earth U p = 60 kV
Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage, open contact gap U p = 40 kV
Rated short-duration power-frequency withstand voltage U d = 20 kV
Rated normal current I r = 450 A
2
3–
Central terminal strip with 6 NO and 5 NC
2
Without additional components
0
AC operation 230 V AC 50/60 Hz
AL2
Plug-in fuse holder 442 mm, one fuse per phase
1
Width across flats 275 mm
1
Medium-voltage connection: Circular plug-in contact
F
Installation on base plate 340 x 620 mm (W x L)
A
Low-voltage connection: Connection to contactor terminal
0
Wiring, halogen-free and flame-retardant
–Z
A10
Routine test report in German
–Z
F24
Mechanical release for closing latch
–Z
R
7
2

2

Example for Order No.: 3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0–Z Order codes: A10+F24+R72
Example for Order No.:
3TL6223–0AL21–1FA0–Z
Order codes:
A10+F24+R72

Equipment Selection

Accessories and spare parts

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection Accessories and spare parts Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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Accessories and spare parts

The order numbers are applicable to contactor-fuse combina- tions 3TL62/63/66 of current manufacture. When mounting parts or spare parts are being ordered for existing contactor- fuse combinations, always quote the type designation, serial number and the year of manufacture of the contactor-fuse combination to be sure to get the correct delivery.

Spare parts must only be replaced by instructed personnel.

Designation

Remarks

Operating voltage

Order No.

Auxiliary contact block

Left 2 NO + 2 NC 1)

 

3TY7 561-1NA0

 

Left 3 NO + 3 NC 1)

 

3TY7 561-1QA0

 

Right 2 NO + 2 NC 1)

 

3TY7 561-1PA0

 

Right 3 NO + 3 NC 1)

 

3TY7 561-1RA0

Magnet coil

 

24

V DC

3TY5 651-0BB4

   

48

V DC

3TY5 651-0BW4

   

60

V DC

3TY5 651-0BE4

   

110

V DC

3TY5 651-0BF4

   

125

V DC

3TY5 651-0BG4

   

220

V DC

3TY5 651-0BM4

   

110

/115 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

3TY5 651-0AG7

   

120

V AC, 50 /60 Hz

3TY5 651-0AL7

   

230

/240 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

3TY5 651-0AN7

Resistor for economy circuit

 

110

/ 115 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz

3TY5 664-1DA0

   

120

V AC, 50 /60 Hz

3TY5 664-1EA0

   

230

/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

3TY5 664-1GA0

   

24

V DC

3TY5 664-0AA0

   

48

V DC

3TY5 664-0BA0

   

60

V DC

3TY5 664-0CA0

   

110

V DC

3TY5 664-0DA0

   

125

V DC

3TY5 664-0EA0

   

220

V DC

3TY5 664-0FA0

Auxiliary contactor

For economy circuit K1E

24

V DC

SWB: 55536

   

48

V DC

SWB: 55466

   

60

V DC

SWB: 55535

   

110

V DC

SWB: 55534

   

125

V DC

SWB: 55539

   

220

V DC

SWB: 55533

   

110

– 127 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

SWB: 55537

   

220

– 240 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

SWB: 55538

 

For closing latch K2E

24

V DC

SWB: 55468

   

48

V DC

SWB: 55466

   

60

V DC

SWB: 55535

   

110

– 125 V DC

SWB: 55467

   

220

V DC

SWB: 55463

   

110

– 127 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

SWB: 55537

   

220

– 240 V AC, 50 /60 Hz

SWB: 55538

1) The information left /right applies when the vacuum interrupters are observed with the rocker at the top.

   

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Equipment Selection

Accessories and spare parts

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Equipment Selection Accessories and spare parts
 

Designation

Remarks

Operating voltage

Order No.

 

Semiconductor modules

     
 

Rectifier

for contactor coil

 

3TY5 694-2AA0

 

Varistor module

for surge protection in DC secondary circuit

 

3AX15 26-0F

 

Rectifier module

for surge protection in AC secondary circuit

 

3AX15 25-1F

 

3TL6-SSK – basic parts

Wheels for base plate

 

3TY5 620-1BB0

 

Fuse clips, complete 1 fuse, width across flats 205

 

3TY5 620-1EA0

 

Fuse clips, complete 1 fuse, width across flats 275

 

3TY5 620-1EA1

 

Fuse clips, complete 1 fuse, width across flats 310

 

3TY5 620-1EA2

 

Fuse clips, complete 2 fuses, width across flats 205

 

3TY5 620-1EB0

 

Fuse clips, complete 2 fuses, width across flats 275

 

3TY5 620-1EB1

 

Fuse clips, complete 2 fuses, width across flats 310

 

3TY5 620-1EB2

 

Auxiliary contacts for fuse tripping

 

3TY5 620-1EC3

 

Fuses for control transformer

 

3TY5 620-2AA0

 

3TL6-SSK – accessories

Circular plug-in contacts, complete

 

3TY5 621-1AA0

 

Flat bolted connections, complete

 

3TY5 621-1CA0

 

Insulating sleeves long for contact arms

 

3TY5 621-1AA1

 

Insulating sleeves short for contact arms

 

3TY5 621-2AA2

 

HV HRC fuse-links

 

3GD2

 

Set of two bushings for pole-centre distance 120 mm with fixed contacts and O-rings

 

3TX5 623-2AA0

 

Bushing for pole-centre distance 120 mm

 

3TX5 623-3AA0

 

Fixed contact with O-ring

 

3TX5 623-4AA0

 

3TL6-SSK – control transformer

50 /60 Hz

   
 

3TL62

U d = 20 kV

3TY5 622-2

 

3TL63

U d = 32 kV *

3TY5 622-3

 

Primary voltage

3.3

kV

3TY5 622- A

   

3.5

kV

3TY5 622- B

   

4

kV

3TY5 622- C

   

4.2

kV

3TY5 622- D

   

4.8

kV

3TY5 622- E

   

5

kV

3TY5 622- F

   

5.5

kV

3TY5 622- G

   

6

kV

3TY5 622- H

   

6.3

kV

3TY5 622- J

   

6.6

kV

3TY5 622- K

   

6.9

kV

3TY5 622- L

   

7.2

kV

3TY5 622- M

 

Secondary voltage

110

V AC

3TY5 622- G2

   

230

V AC

3TY5 622- L2

 

Bridging link

Length 442 mm

0.92 kg

3GX5 501

*

At present only with 7.2 kV

     

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Accessories and spare parts

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

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2

To select the correct spare interrupter, please specify the type designation, serial number and year of manufacture of the contactor. All data is given on the rating plate. Vacuum interrupters and other spare parts must only be replaced by instructed personnel.

Data on the rating plate

replaced by instructed personnel. Data on the rating plate Legend for the data on the rating

Legend for the data on the rating plate

a

Manufacturer

b

Type designation

c

Serial number

 

Rated voltage U r

 

Rated normal current I e

 

Rated frequency f r

g

Thermal current I th in the case of free-standing installation

 

Installation altitude

i

Coil voltage U s

k

Frequency f

l

Coil voltage U of the mechanical closing latch

m

Frequency f of the mechanical closing latch

n

Control transformer voltage

o

Frequency f of the control transformer

 

Type HV HRC fuse-link

r

Let-through current I D

s

Year of manufacture

dr Let-through current I D s Year of manufacture e f h p Note: For any

eLet-through current I D s Year of manufacture d f h p Note: For any query

fLet-through current I D s Year of manufacture d e h p Note: For any query

hcurrent I D s Year of manufacture d e f p Note: For any query regarding

pcurrent I D s Year of manufacture d e f h Note: For any query regarding

Note:

For any query regarding spare parts, subsequent deliveries, etc. the following details are necessary:

– Type designation

Serial No.

– Year of manufacture

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Technical Data

Contents

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66 Technical Data Contents

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66 Technical Data Contents R-HG11-347.tifR-HG11-347.tif Example customer design 140 mm pole-centre distance with

Example customer design 140 mm pole-centre distance with flat connections

design 140 mm pole-centre distance with flat connections Base plate of contactor-fuse combination Contents Page

Base plate of contactor-fuse combination

Contents

Page

Technical Data

27

Electrical data, dimensions and weights:

Medium-voltage part

28

Mechanical data

28

Low-voltage part

29

Auxiliary contacts

29

Ambient conditions

29

Operating cycle diagram

30

Short-time withstand current /load characteristic

30

Installation space and fitting

30

Dimension drawing

31

Bushing

31

Base plate with wheels

31

Circuit diagrams:

Standard with AC operation

33

Standard with DC operation

33

Standard with control transformer

34

Options R82, R83, G19, G50

34

Wiring examples

35

3

Technical Data

Electrical data, dimensions and weights

Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Technical Data Electrical data, dimensions and weights Contactor-Fuse Combination 3TL62 / 63 / 66

Medium-voltage part

Order No.

frequency 50/60 Hz

rated voltage

Rated

phases voltage

withstand

between

impulse

parts and

lightning

earthed

Rated

withstand voltage

impulse gap

the open contact

Rated lightning

across

power-frequency

Rated short-duration

voltage

withstand

Rated normal current 1) at ambient air temperature up to +55 °C

Rated normal current 1) at ambient air temperature up to +80 °C

Switching capability 2) Rated making capacity

Switching capability 2) Rated breaking capacity

Short-circuit capability of contactor (Limit switching capacity)

Max. let-through current

Rated short-time withstand current 1 s 3)

Rated short-circuit making current (prospective)

Rated short-circuit breaking current (prospective)

of capacitors

Switching

current of capacitor

normal

Rated

of capacitors

Switching

inrush current (peak value)

permissible

max.

 

at

 

to

   

U

r

   

I

e

I

e

         

I

m

I sc

kV

kV

kV

kV

A

A

A

A

kA

kA

kA

kA

kA

A

kA

3TL62…

7.2

60

40

20

450

315

4500

3600

5

4)

46

8

125/130

50

250

10

3TL63

7.2

60

40

32

400

315

4000

3200

4.5

46

8

125/130

50

250

10

3TL66

12

75

60

28

400

315

4000

3200

4.5

46

8

100/104

40

250

10

3

1) According to utilization category AC-1, AC-2, AC-3 and AC-4 2) According to utilization category AC-4 (cos ϕ = 0.35)

3) For short-time withstand current with longer times, see short-circuit current/load characteristics

4)

6 kA with 3.3 kV

Mechanical data

     

Mechanical endurance of the contactor-fuse combination

Electrical endurance of the

 

the rated normal current

 

6 fuses and control transformer)

(including

Operating cycle diagram no. (see page 30)

 

Mechanical closing latch Service life

Mechanical closing latch Switching rate

Order No.

Pole-centre distance

Switching rate

interrupter

vacuum

breaking

while