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ED 100/ 200

Motor Drive ED with IEC61850-Interface


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All figures show ED 100 S with TAPCON260 (special equipment).
Individual Control of the Motor Drive EDvia IEC61850
Would you like to connect the motor drive of your on-load tap-chang-
er with as little effort as possible? Then you should have a look at our
new solution - the worlds first motor drive to be connected and
remote-controlled via a simple CAT5 patch cable for Ethernet connec-
tions. Take advantage of this typical Reinhausen solution: By profes-
sionals for professionals. Until now, you had to install expensive con-
trol lines to transmit all the signals between the motor drive and the
control room. Our IEC61850 interface integrated in the motor drive
puts an end to this. All it needs is an Ethernet cable with RJ45 plug
connector with protection rating IP 65 and a power supply. The rest is
child's play. And the best part: With its IEC61850 interface, the ED
motor drive offers the trend-setting protocol for no-problemcommu-
nication with the I/O devices of other manufacturers.
The ED. In the end only quality counts
If you are looking for ruggedness, uncompromising quality and relia-
bility in an motor drive unit, the ED ist your choice. It offers you deca-
des of practical experience and the know-how of the market leader
for on-load tap-changers. Two models are available. All EDs have one
uniformconstruction that fits all tap-changers. Naturally the device
also meets the requirements of IEC 60214-1. The uniformmounting
and drive geometry significantly reduces construction costs for
transformer mounting. The ED is also particulary easy to install. A
swing frame ensures clear arrangement of all components and makes
connection easy.
Significant characteristics of standard IEC61850:
Standard protocol for communication between the various compo-
nents of the substation and field control levels and the substations
process control units.
Future universal use of TCP/IP fromthe network control center all
the way to the substation.
Definition of the level functions (so-called logical nodes) in lieu of
definition of the physical units.
Provision of standardized object-oriented data models for each
device capable of communication. These data models specify each
particular participants automation functions, hence guaranteeing
universal interoperability (i.e. the communication and exchange of
information) between the various devices of different manufacturers
within a single substation systemwhile obviating private areas.
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An experts dream
The ED displays all its strengths during rough everyday operation.
Clear and easy-to-read indicator field which gives you all informa-
tion on regulating range, position of the motor drive unit and tap-
changer, tap change and number of changes even when the motor
drive unit is closed
Reflects the logical nodes YLTC, LLN0 and LPHD
For special requests also the LN ATCC (voltage regulator)
Modern cage-clamp terminal technology
Easy-to-access position signaling unit (position signaling module,
position signaling BCD) allows upgrading and later adaption to
future indicator technologies
Functional separation of position signaling BCD and position
signaling module
Low-noise transmission gear with maintenance-free belt gear as
transmission element
Uniformmounting and drive geometry for all ED models
Panel heater as full-performance anti-condensation heater;
thermostats or hygrostats are no longer needed
Intelligence inside
Are you looking for an on-site solution with integrated electronics
for direct regulation and monitoring of on-load tap-changers and
transformers? We have the answer. The serial interface IEC61850
lets the components communicate directly with your control system.
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Motor drive ED 100 ED 200
Supply voltage 3 AC/N 230/400 V
Current 1.9 A 5.2 A
Frequency 50 Hz
Synchronous speed 1500 1/min
Rotation of the drive shaft per tap change 16.5
Runtime per tap change approx. 5.4 sec
Rotation of the hand crank per tap change 33
Max. number of operating positions 35
Voltage of control and header circuit AC 230 V
Power consumption of the control circuit 100 VA/25 VA
(activation/operation)
Heater power 50 W for ED 100/ 200 S 60 W for ED 100/ 200 L
Test voltage against ground 2 kV (50 Hz/60 Hz)
Weight ED 100/ 200 S: 80 kg / ED 100/ 200 L: 130 kg
VACUTAPVV, VR, VT X
OILTAPV, MS X
OILTAPM, RM, R X*
DEETAPDU X*
VACUTAP3xVR X*
OILTAP3xM, 3xRM, 3xR, 3xG X*
Technical data (standard model)
Type designation Description Variants
ED 100-ST Product designation Electric drive
ED100-ST Transmission gear 100 =small transmission gear
200 =large transmission gear
ED 100-ST Protective housing model S =small protective housing
L =large protective housing
ED 100-ST Special applications M =Monitoring
C =plunger-core earth-fault neutralizer
T =voltage regulator TAPCON240/260
fitted with IEC61850
LN YLTC, LLN0, LPHD (ATCC)
ED-Description of different models
* Please contact MR
The ED motor drive is also used in retrofit applications with on-load tap-changers made by other manufactures (e.g. Siemens, AEG, TRO).
Please contact MR for these applications.
www.reinhausen.com
Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH
Falkensteinstrasse 8
93059 Regensburg, Germany
Phone (+49) 9 41/40 90-0
Fax (+49) 9 41/40 90-111
E-mail sales@reinhausen.com
Please note: The data in our publications may differ fromthe data of devices delivered.
We reserve the right to make changes without notice.
IN294/01en 0806/1000 294/01/01/0 F0157500 dp Printed in Germany