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IS 9920 ( Pad III ) : 1982   Indian Standard SPECIFICATION FOR ALTERNATING CURRENT

IS 9920 ( Pad III ) : 1982

 

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATION FOR

ALTERNATING

CURRENT

FOR VOLTAGES

ABOVE

SWITCHES

1 000

V

PART Ill DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

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Copyright

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BUREAU

OF

INDIAN

STANDARDS

MANAK

BHAVAN,

9

BAHADUR

SHAH

ZAFAR

MARG

 

NEW

DELHI

I 10002

 

Gr

3

November

1982

MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG   NEW DELHI I 10002   Gr 3 November

Indian

IS

Standard

: 9920

( Part III

SPEClFICATION

FOR

ALTERN~ATING

CURRENT

FOR

VOLTAGES

ABOVE

SWITCHES

1000 V

PART III

DESIGN

AND

CONSTRUCTION

) -

1982

High

Voltage

Switchgear

and

Controlgear

Sectional

Committee,

ETDC

58

Chairtnon

 

Represetzting

 

SHRI H. M. PAI

 

The

Ahmedabad

Electricity

Co

Ltd,

Ahmadabad

Members

 

SHRI M. B. BAHULKAR( Alternate

to

 

Shri H.

M.

Pai

)

SHRI K. K. BOSE SHRI T. K. GHOSE( Alternate

Calcutta

)

Electric

Supply Corporation

Ltd, Calcutta

SHR~R. CHANDRAMOULI

 

Tata Hydro-Electric

Power Supply Co Ltd, Bombay

SMT C. BALIGA (

Alternate

)

DIRECTOR, SUB-STATION

 

Central Electricity

Authority,

New Delhi

DIRECTORATE

DEPUTY

DIRECTOR,

STATION( Alternate

SUB-

)

DIRECTOR SHRI S. ANANTHA KRISHNAN

Central Power Research

Institute,

Bangalore

( Alternate

)

SHRI V. JAYACHANDRAN( Alternate )

SHRI M. L. DONGRE

Bombay

Electric Supply and Transport

SHRI Y. K. PALVANKAR( Alternate

)

Born bay

SHRI B. V. ESWAR

ASEA,

Nasik

SHRI S. SLIBKAMANIANI Alternate

1

Undertaking,

SHRI K. L. GARG

Directorate

New

General

Delhi

of

Supplies

and

Disposals,

SHRI R. V. NARAYANAN( Alternate )

SHRI B. N. GHOSH

SHRI D. K. SINGLE( Akernate

SHR~A. RAJA RAO ( Alternute

) Bharat Heavy Electricals

)

Ltd,

R

& D

Unit,

Bhopal

BUREAU

@

OF

Copyright

INDIAN

( Continued on page

1982

STANDARDS

2

This publication is protected under the Indian Copyright Act ( XIV of 1957 ) and reproduction in whole or in part by any means except with written permission of the publisher shall be deemed to be an infringement of copyright under the said Act.

IS : 9920

( Part

HI ) - 1982

( Contimed

from

page

Members

1 )

SHRI D. P. GUPTA

Representing

Directorate

General

New Delhi

of

Technical

Development,

SHRI L. GOPALAKRISHNAN

( AIternate

)

SHRI JAYANT N. GURJAR

Kirloskar-Asea

Limited,

Bangalore

 

SHRI P. D. JAHAGIRDAR

Maharashtra

State

Electricity

Board,

Bombay

 

SHRI JAVEEDAHMED

NGEF

Limited,

Bangalore

 

)

SHR~K. P. SARATHY ( Alternate SHRI P. M. JOSEPH

Aluminium

Industries

Limited,

Kundara

SHRI C. M. A. NAYAR ( Alternate

)

SHRI S. C. KHURANA

Rural

Electrification

Corporation

Ltd,

New

Delhi

SHRI G. L. DUA ( Alternate

)

SHRI B. N. KISHORE

Crompton

Greaves

Ltd,

Bombay

SHRI A. N. VENUGOPAL( Alternate

)

SHRI P. C. MALKANI

 

Central

Public

Works

Department,

New

Delhi

SURVEYOROF WORKS III ( Alternate

 

)

SHRI V. S. MANI

 

Hindustan

Brown

Boveri

Ltd,

Bombay

 

SHRI S. R. POTNIS ( Alternate

)

SHRI S. G. MENON

 

Tata

 

Consulting

Engineer,

Bombay

SHRI C. S. KUMAR ( Alternate

)

SHRI S. K. MUKHERJEE

 

National

Test

‘House,

Calcutta

 

SHRI P. C. PRADHAN( Alternate

)

SHRI B. S. NARASIMHAN

Mysore

Electrical

Industries,

Bangalore

 

SHRI R. SATYANARAYANA( Alternate

 

)

SHRI J. S. NEGI

 

Jyoti

Limited,

Vadodara

 

SHRI R.

M.

NANAVATI ( Alternate

)

SHRI S. G. NENE

 

Siemens

India

Ltd,

Bombay

SHRI T. C. NEELAKANTAN( Alternate

 

)

SHRI A. S. PINTO

 

Delhi

Electric

Supply

Undertaking,

New

Delhi

SHRI S. K.

BASU ( Alternate

)

THIRU T. E. B.

SAMUEL

Tamil

 

Nadu

Electricity

Board,

Madras

 

THIRU T. SHEMBAHARAJAN( Alternate

)

SHRI S. P. SACHDEV,

Director

Director

( Elec

tech )

General,

IS1 ( Ex-officio

Member)

Secretary

 

SHRI K.

GANESH

 

Assistant

Director

(.Elec

tech ),

ISI

IS1 ( Ex-officio Member) Secretary   SHRI K. GANESH   Assistant Director (.Elec tech ), ISI
IS1 ( Ex-officio Member) Secretary   SHRI K. GANESH   Assistant Director (.Elec tech ), ISI
IS1 ( Ex-officio Member) Secretary   SHRI K. GANESH   Assistant Director (.Elec tech ), ISI

IS : 9920 (Part

III ) - 1982

Indian

Standard

SPECIFICATION

ALTERNATING

CURRENT

FOR

SWITCHES

FOR

VOLTAGES

ABOVE

1000

V

PART

III

DESIGN

AND

CONSTRUCTION

a.

FOREWORD

0.1 This Indian Standard ( Part III ) was adopted by the Indian Standards Institution on 26 May 1982, after the draft finalized by the High Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear Sectional Committee had been approved by the Electrotechnical Division Council.

0.2

High

voltage

switches

are

manufactured

in large

quantities

in India,

for

applications

in

systems

where

the

voltage

exceeds

1000

V.

This

standard

was

originally

brought

out

in

1968

as

IS-:4710

to

cover

the

essential requirements

for voltages

0.3 In the last few years in the development

there has been considerable advancement in know-how on the performance of the equipment and the associated stipulations that are to be precisely

made in the national standards. Considerable modifications, therefore, became necessary in the specification on circuit breakers, isolators, fuses,

etc in order

the latest

the

and methods

of tests of switches and switch isolators

11000 V.

of

high

voltage

switchgear

above

1000 V, but not exceeding

to keep pace with the international

is therefore

being brought

is also

recognized

in

the

this

standard

is being

thinking

on the subject.

For

parts

0.4 This

standard

as

of clarity,

out to incorporate

international

brought

out

field.

in

four

in technology

purposes

follows:

as

Part I

General

and definitions

Part II

Rating

Part III

Design and construction

 

Part IV

Type

tests and routine

tests

( under consideration )

All parts shall be read in conjunction with one another. This standard ( Part Ill ) which deals with the design and constructional aspects of the equipment partly replaces IS:4710-1968”. All the parts of this standard when published shall replace IS:4710 completely.

*Specification

11000

v.

for

switches

and

switch-isolators

3

above

1 000

V but

not

exceeding

replace IS:4710 completely. *Specification 11000 v. for switches and switch-isolators 3 above 1 000 V but
IS : 9920 ( Part III ) - 1982 0.5 While preparing this standard, considerable

IS : 9920 ( Part III ) - 1982

0.5

While

preparing

this

standard,

considerable

assistance

has

been

derived

from

the

following

publications

issued

by the International

Electrotechnical

Commission:

IEC

Pub

265

( 1968

) High

voltage

switches.

IEC

Pub

265A

( 1969

)

High

voltage

switches.

Tests

for

single

capacitor

bank

switching.

 

IEC

Pub

265B

(1969)

Second

supplement

to Publication

265

( 1968).

IEC

Pub

265C

( 1970

)

Third

supplement

to

Publication

265

( 1968 ).

Tests

for

line

and

cable

switching.

0.6

In

order

to

facilitate

comparison

with

the

international

 

standards

and

for

ease

of reference,

the

Committee

has

decided

to

add

in

the

form

of

an

Appendix,

the

major

differences

between

the

various

parts

of

this

Indian

Standard

and

the

corresponding

IEC

Publications.

However,

this

standard

(Part

0.7 For

standard

III)

corresponds

the

purpose

is complied

appreciably

deciding

the

with

the

of

with,

whether

values,

final

IEC

Publications

given

particular

a

observed

requirement

or calculated,

in -0.5.

of

the

express-

ing

the

result

of

a test,

shall

be rounded

off in accordance

 

with

IS : 2-1960*.

The

number

of

significant

places

retained

in

the

rounded

off value

should

be the

same

as that

of the

specified

value

in this

standard.

 

1. SCOPE

 

1.1 This

standard

( Part

III

)

covers

the

design

and

constructional

requirements

of

switches

and

switch

disconnectors

for

use

on

system

voltages

above

1000

V ac.

NOTE-

switch

For detailed

see

scope 1 of Part

isolators,

2. TERMINO-LOGY

of this series of standards I of this standard.

on high voltage

switches

and

2.1

For

the

purposes

of

this

standard,

the

definitions

given

in

3

of

Part

I

of this

standard

shall

apply.

 

3.

CLOSING

MECHANISM

FOR

DEPENDENT

MANUAL

 

OPERATION

 

3.1

In

order

that

a switch

shall

be

safely

closed

on

short-circuit,

it

is

necessary

for

it

to

be

operated

with

the

same

speed

and

force

as

during

type

tests

for

proving

the

short-circuit

making

capacity.

The

closing

in

service

of a switch

fitted

with

a closing

mechanism

for

dependent

manual

*Rules

for rounding

off numerical

values ( revised

).

4

a closing mechanism for dependent manual *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ). 4
a closing mechanism for dependent manual *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ). 4

operation

operator,

being

a

function

it is impossible

to

of

the

give for

skill

these

IS : 9920

( Part

III ) - 1982

and

physical

strength

switches

a guarantee

of

the

of rated

short-circuit

making

capacity

unless the peak

short-circuit

making current

is timited

to

7.5 kA

peak, for

example,

by means

of

a suitable

current-

limiting

fuse.

 

4. REQUIREMENTS

4.1 Liquid-Level -

easily.

FOR

LIQUlD

IN LIQUID-FILLED

SWITCHES

It shall be possible to fill and drain liquid-filled,switches

shall be clearly marked.

The liquid-level

4.2 Liquid

Quality

-

with the instructions

Liquid

for

use in liquid-filled

of the manufacturer.

switches

shall comply

5. REQUIREMENTS

FOR

GAS

IN GAS-INTERRUPTER

SWITCHES

5.1 The manufacturer shall specify the type and the required quantity and qpality of the gas to be used in a gas-interrupter switch and provide the user with necessary instructions for renewing the gas and maintaining its required quality.

for renewing the gas and maintaining its required quality. 6. REQUIREMENTS IN RESPECT OF THE ISOLATlNG

6. REQUIREMENTS

IN

RESPECT

OF

THE

ISOLATlNG

DISTANCE

OF

SWITCH-DISCONNECTORS

6.1 For reasons of safety, switch-disconnectors should be so designed that no dangerous leakage currents can pass from the terminals of one~side to any of the terminals of the other side of the switch-disconnector.

6.2 This

leakage

current

effectively protected against pollution

safety

requirement

is

met

when

in

the

insulation

or

when

involved

any

is

service*

would be led away to earth

by a reliable

earth

connection.

NOTE-

For

switch-disconnectors

which

contain

a

dielectric

other

than

air

at

atmospheric

pressure,

the

dielectric

conditions

to

be

specified

for

the

isolating

distance

may form

the subject

of agreement

7. EARTHING

OF

SWITCHES

between

manufacturer

and

the user.

7.1

The

frame

of each

switch

shall

be provided

with

a reliable

earthing

terminal

having

a clapping

screw of at least

12 mm diameter.

It shall

be

marked

with the earth

symbol.

 

*Tests

to prove

the effectiveness

of the protection

against

pollution

and the perform-

ance

of

insulation

material

in

respect

of

leakage

currents

is

a

subject

under

consideration.

5

IS

: 9920

( Part

III

) - 1982

8.

MECHANICAL

STRENGTH

on when installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions as well as the electto-dynamic forces without reduction of their reliability or current- carrying capacity.

s.1 Switches shall be able to bear the mechanical

force

the

terminals

9.

POSITION

OF

THE

MOVABLE

CONTACT

SYSTEM

AND

ITS

INDICATING

OR

SIGNALLING

DEVICES

9.1

Securing

of

Position

so

constructed that they cannot come out of their open or closed positions by gravity, wind pressure, vibrations, reasonable shocks-or accidental touching

of the connecting

9.1.1

Switches,

including

their

operating

mechanisms,

shall

be

rods of their operating

mechanism.

9.1.2

Switches

or their

operating

devices

shall

be constructed

 

to permit

locking

in

both

the

open

and

closed

positions,

so

as

to

prevent

unauthorized

operation.

 

9.2 Indication

of

Position

9.2.1 It shall be possible to know the operating

position

of the switch or

switch-disconnector,

This requirement

a) the gap or isolating

b) the

is met if one of the follotiing

of

distance

is visible;

each

movable

contact

conditions

position

is indicated

indicating

device.

is fulfilled:

by a reliable

 

NOTE

1 -

A visible

moving

contact

may serve as the indicating

device,

NOTE 2 -

In

case all poles

of a switch

are so coupled

as

to be

operable

Asia single

unit,

it is permissible

to use a common

indicating

device.

9.3

Auxiliary

Contacts

for

Signalling

9.3.1

Signalling

of the

closed

position

shall not

take

place

unless

it

is

certain that the movable contacts

normal,

will reach

currents

position

shall

a position

in which the rated

safely.

peak withstand

Signalling

and short-time

the

open

can be carried

not

take

9.3.2

of

place

unless

the

movable contacts have reached a position such that

or isolating distance is at least 80 percent of the gap or the isolating

or unless

fully open position.

distance,

the

corresponding

will reach

gap

their

it is certain

that

the ‘movable contacts

6

 

IS : 9920 ( Part

III ) - 1982

10.

AUXILIARY

EQUIPMENT

 

10.1

Auxiliary

switches

and

auxiliary

 

circuits

shall

have

a

cor~tirruous

current-carrying

capacity

 

of

at

least

10

A.

Permissible

temperature

rises

shall

be in accordance

with

Table

4

of

Part

II

of this

standard.

 

10.2

The

breaking

capacity

 

of auxiliary

 

switches

shall

be adequate

for

the

circuits

to

be

controlled,

 

particulars

 

of

which

should

be

specified

to

the

manufacturer.

 
 

In

the

absence

of such

a specification,

 

the

breaking

 

capacity

shall

be

at

least

2

A

at

220

V

dc

with

 

a

circuit

time-constant

 

not

less

than

20 minutes.

 

10.3

The

auxiliary

switches

shall

be positively

 

driven

in both

directions.

 

Auxiliary

switches

which

are

installed

 

on

the

frame

of

switches

shall

be suitably

protected

against

accidental

 

arcing

from

the

main

circuit.

 
 

The

insulating

materials

 

of

auxiliary

 

switches

and

terminals

of

auxiliary

circuits

which

are

to

be

used

under

outdoor

conditions,

shall

be

ceramics

or

other

non-tracking

materials.

 

11. INFORMATION

TO

BE SUPPLIED

BY

THE

MANUFACTURER

11.1

Where

applicable,

information

on

the

following

matters

should

be

given

by the

manufacturer:

 

a) Transport,

erection

and

dismantling.

 

b) Installation

and

maintenance.

1)

The

information

should

include

indications

for

permissible

 

mounting

positions.

 

The

instruction

should

also

comprise

the

maintenance

 

measures

to

be observed

under

normal

service

conditions.

It

is desirable

that

the

manufacturer

should

specify

the

number

of operations

( or

the

time

) after

which

different

parts

of

the

switch

should

be subject

to

maintynance.

 

The

manufacturer

should

further

give

information

regarding

the

complete

overhaul

of

switches,

made

necessary

‘by

normal

service

and

the

making

and

carrying

of short-circuit

current.

 
 

2)

The

replacement

of

parts

which

are

subject

to

deterioration,

 

for

instance

contacts.

 
 

3)

List

of spare

parts.

4)

List

of special

tools

5)

Lubrication

data.

    3) List of spare parts. 4) List of special tools 5) Lubrication data.
    3) List of spare parts. 4) List of special tools 5) Lubrication data.
    3) List of spare parts. 4) List of special tools 5) Lubrication data.
    3) List of spare parts. 4) List of special tools 5) Lubrication data.

IS

: 9920

( Part

III

) - 1982

6) For switches consisting

of several independent

poles, minimum

distances from pole to pole with regard to insulation and

forces caused by short-circuit currents.

7) For

liquid-filled

liquid.

switches,

>quantity

and

type

or

quality

of

8) For gas-interrupter

switches,

quantity,

type and quality

of gas

used in the interrupter

and its permissible

range of pressure.

12. NAMEPLATES

devices shall be provided with a name-

plate which contains the information in accordance with Table 1. For outdoor switches this nameplate shall be weather-proof and corrosion-proof.

12.1 Switches

and

their

operating

12.2 If a switch

consists

of

provided

with a nameplate.

several

independent

poles,

each

pole

shall be

12.3

For an inseparably

combined

operating

device and switch,

it may

be

sufficient to use only one combined

namepiate

for both parts.

12.4 The nameplate shall be visible in the position of normal installation.

one combined namepiate for both parts. 12.4 The nameplate shall be visible in the position of
one combined namepiate for both parts. 12.4 The nameplate shall be visible in the position of
one combined namepiate for both parts. 12.4 The nameplate shall be visible in the position of
one combined namepiate for both parts. 12.4 The nameplate shall be visible in the position of

TABLE

1

INFORMATION

TO

ON

THE

NAMEPLATE

BE

IS : 9920 ( Part III 10 1982

PROVIDED

 

( Clause

12.1 )

DESCRIPTION

ABBREVI-

UNIT

SWITCH

OPERATING

CONDITION:

 

ATION

DEVICE

MARKINGREQ- IllRED ONLY IF

 

0).

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Manufacturer

 

X

X

-

Designation

of type

-

-

X

X

-

Serial number

 

-

-

 

(Xl

(X,

General purpose switch, transformer off-load switch, or single capa-

T”*

c:

-

X

citor bank switch

-

Switch

or

switch - dis-

 

-

X

connector

 
 

-

Class

-

X

-

 

-

Category

 

-

V

-

Category

B (see 4.1.1

 

of

Part

II

of

this

standard)

 

Rated

voltage

un

kV

X

-

-

Rated

lightning

impulse

u,

kV

Y

-

U,, ,729

kV

withstand

voltage

 

Rated switching

impulse

kV

X

-

withstand voltage and the class (A or B) for 420 kV

 

Rated normal current

I,

A

X

-

Rated short-time current

Ith

kA

X

-

Short-time

 

t

S

Y

-

yferent

from

1

Rated

mainly

active

I,

A

(x)

-

load breaking capacity

 
 

( Continued )

9

1 Rated mainly active I, A (x) - load breaking capacity     ( Continued )
1 Rated mainly active I, A (x) - load breaking capacity     ( Continued )
1 Rated mainly active I, A (x) - load breaking capacity     ( Continued )

IS : 9920

( Part III ) - 1982

TABLE

1

INFORMATION

TO

BE

PROVIDED

ON

THE

NAMEPLATE

-

Conrd

DESCRIPTION

( CIause 12.1 )

-ABBREVI-

ATION

UNIT

SWITCH

(1)

Rated closed loop brea- king capacity

Rated

load breaking capacity

transformer

off-

Rated

single

capacitor

bank

b r e a k i n g

capacity

R a ted

line - charging

breaking capacity

Rated

cable - charging

breaking capacity

Rated

short -circuit

making capacity

Rated pressure of-eom-

pressed

gas

for

operation

Rated

pressure of com-

pressed gas supply for interruption

Rated auxiliary voltage

Mass (including liquid)

P OP

Pint

(3)

(3

A @I

A

Y

A (x)

A

A

kA

kp/cml

kp/cm%

(X)

(9

X

X

-ua

V

111 kg

X

Y

OPERATINQ

DEVICF

CONDITION:

MARKING REQ-

IJIRED

ONLY

Ii

(5)

(6)

-

-

-

Transformer

off-load

switch

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

Y

More than 300 kg

x

The marking of these values is mandatory; blanks for these values on the nameplate indicate the value zero.

(x)

The marking of these values is optional.

y

The marking of these values is subject to the condition in column (6).

NATE1 -Abbreviations

in column (2) may be used instead of terms in~column (1)

When terms in column (1) are used, the word ‘rated’ need not appear.

NOTE 2 -

It is permissible

for example: In Z, Z, 400 A.

to combine abbreviations

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where values are identical,

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Telegrams : Manaksanstha (Common to all Offices) Telephone

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