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Application Benefits (see also page 10 fordetails)
Benefits 2 • Saves lives
Typical uses 2and 3 • Peace of mind
Technical Data • Increases productivity
Ratings 4 • Saves money
Classification, dimensions, 4
room planning

Product Range

Panels 5 The circuit- breaker switchgear type


SIMOPRIMEA4 is a factory-
Design assembled, type-tested switchgear
for indoor installation according to
Panel desiqn 6 IEC 62271-200 and VDE 0670-6
Compartments, interlocks, 7
operation
Benefits and features 8

Standards

Standards. specifications. 9
guidelines

Notes

Notes 10

SIMOPRIME A4 panel

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Typical uses
The SIMOPRIMEA4 circuit-breaker switchgear can be used in transformer and
switching substations, e.g.:

Application: Power supply system Chemical industry


• Power supply companies
• Petroleum industry

Application: Industry • Pipeline installations


• Power stations
• Offshore installations
• Cement industry
• Electrochemical plants
• Automobile industry
• Petrochemical plants
• Iron and steel works
• Shipbuildinq industry
• Rolling mills
• Diesel power plants
• Mining industry
• Emergency power supply
• Textile. paper and food installations
industries
Lignite open-cast mines

• Traction power supplies

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Classification of the StMOPRIMEA4 switchgear according to IEC62271-200 .

Room planning (Minimum room height W 2850 mm)

Front connection

Single-row arrangement (plan view)


For dimensions B (width) and T (depth) refer to table on this page
1) For panel replacement: Control aisle W 2000 mm
2) Minimum distance to wall W 150 mm
B T

Dimensions
inmm

Option: with speller

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Circuit-breaker panel Disconnecting panel Bus sectionalizer (mirror-image
Installation also possible)

lOad- break switch panel

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transformer with
primary fuses ~ single-core sealing
ends for XLPE
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with primary fi;iseS: or'durnmy truck 'If-~~Switch-disconnector
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+< detection.system
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phase
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1 Door of Iow-voltaqe
compartment
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compartment door
3 High-voltage door of switching 24----
-device compartment
4 Inspection window for checking
the switching-device truck
5 Opening for locking or 2 ---l4\t-;,;_----'---'-.,.::;,....:..__
unlocking the hiqh-voltaqedoor
6 Opening for mechanical charging
of circuit-breaker closing spring
7 Openings for manual operation 3
(ON/OFF)of the circuit breaker 4
8 Inspection window for reading 5
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the indicators
9 Door handle 7
10 Openings for switching-device 8
truck operation 9
11 Opening for earthing-switch
operation 10
12 Pressurerelief duct
13 Busbars 11 n
14 Bushings
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15 Post insulators
16 Block-typecurrent transformer ~ L
17 Option: Make-proof earthing
switch Circuit-breakerpanel Design:
18 Cable sealing ends Connection from front with block current transformer
19 -Option: Voltage transformer and fixed voltage transformer
20 Earthing busbar
21 Low-voltage plug connector
22 Vacuum interrupters
23 Switching-device truck
24 Option: Spoiler for lAC1s

All operations behind closed door

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Connection compartment
• Pressurerelief upwards Interlocking conditions are
• All switching operations with through rear pressurerelief satisfied according to
high-voltage door closed duct IEC62 271-200 I VDE
• Suitable for connection of 0670-6 • Separatedfrom the
• Pressure relief upwards
- Single-corecables • Earthing switch can only be high-voltage part of the
Panel powder-coated with
- Three-corecables operated with circuit- panel, safe-to-touch
epoxy resin
• Independent opening breakertruck in test position
• Shutter operating
shutters to permit cable • Circuit-breakertruck can Low-voltage cables
mechanisms separately for
testing only be moved with • Control cablesof the panel
- Busbar bushings
• Earthing busbar circuit-breaker "OPEN"and are flexible and have
- Connection bushings
earthing switch "OPEN" metallic covers
• Metallic, earthed shutters • Connection from front
• Mechanical coding on the • Connection between
and partitions ensure • Useof block-typecurrent
circuit-breaker truck switching device truck and
partition class PM transformers
prevents insertion of similar panel wiring to low-voltage
• High-voltage door • Interlocked high-voltage door circuit-breaker trucks for compartment via 64-pole
pressure-resistant in the and bolted partitions lower rated normal currents coded plug connectors
event of internal arcs between connection into panels with higher
in the panel compartment and • Option: Fire-resistance
rated normal currents control wiring
• Metallic ducts for laying switching-device
compartment provide • Interlocking of high-voltage
control cables
door against circuit-breaker
• Interlocking between
interlock-basedand tool-based
truck
high-voltage door and
accessfor panelswith
connection from front • The high-voltage door can
circuit-breaker truck ensures
only be opened when the
interlock-based access • Option: Connection from rear
circuit-breaker truck is in
• Switching-device test position
compartment to
Components at the panel
connection (option) • Option: Electromagnetic
accommodate components
interlocks
for implementing various • Single-coreXLPEcables
panel versions with up to max. 4 x 500 rnrn?
- Vacuum circuit-breaker per phase
with or without voltage • Three-coreXLPEcables
transformers on the truck up to max. 3 x 300 mm?
- Disconnector truck per phase
- Metering truck • Coupling electrode for
capacitive voltage detection
Busbar compartment system
• Pressurerelief upwards • Voltaae transformers
and through rear pressure - Cast-resininsulated
relief duct. - Max. 3 x l-pole
• Option: Busbartransverse - Fixed-mounted, without
partition between panels primary fuses
• Busbarsmade of flat copper, • Make-proof earthing switch
bolted from panel to panel - With manual operating
- For rated normal currents mechanism
up to 2500 A - In addition to standard
- Option: Insulated busbars interlocking of earthing
• Bolted top coversprovide switchlcircuit-breaker truck,
tool-based access optionally lockable or with
electromagnetic interlock
• Option: Coupling electrode
for capacitive voltage • Surgearresters
detection system - Surgearrestersfor protecting
the switchgear against
• Options: Possibilityof
external overvoltages
installing the following
components
- Voltage transformers
- Busbarearthing switch
- Current transformers in the
run of busbars

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Standards
The switchqear complies with
the relevant standards and
spe.cifications applicable at
the time of type tests.

Type of service location


The switchgear can be used
for indoor installation in
accordance with IEC61 936
(Power installations exceeding
1lV AC) and VDE 0101

• Outside lockable electrical


service locations at places
which are not accessible to
the public. Enclosures of
switchgear can only be
removed with tools.
Inside lockable electrical
service locations. A lockable 1) Circuit-breaker 3) Switch 5) Voltage detection systems
electrical service location is a 2) Disconnector and earthing switch 4) Switch-fuse combination 6) HV HRC fuses

place outdoors or indoors that


is reserved exclusively for
housing electrical equipment
and which is kept under lock Resistanceto internal arc faults
and key. Access is restricted
to authorized personnel
• Safety of operating personnel
and persons who have
ensured by tests to verify resistance
been properly instructed in
to internal arc faults.
electrical engineering. • Internal arc tests in accordance
Untrained or unskilled persons Ratedlightningimpulseyvithstandvoltage(peakvalue) with IEC62 271-200,
may only enter under the Annex A.
supervision of authorized The switchgear complies with
personnel or properly criteria 1 to 5 specified in the
instructed persons. mentioned standardsfor the
basicversion up to 25 kA.
Terms Climate and ambient conditions • Definitions of the criteria:
"Make-proof earthing switches" The switchgear may be used, subject to possibleadditional - Criterion 1
are earthing switches with measures,under the following ambient conditions and climate Correctly secured doors and
short-circuit rnakinq capacity classes: covers do not open.
according to Ambient conditions Deformations are accepted
-IEC 62 271-102 and - Natural foreign materials conditionally.
- VDE 0671-102 1 - Chemically active pollutants - Criterion 2
EN62271-102 - Small animals No fragmentation of
Climate classes enclosures occurs within the
Current-carryingcapacity time specified for test.
• According to IEC60 6941 VDE = ~~~ Projections of small parts up
0670-1000 and IEC62271-200 to 60 g are accepted.
current- carrying capacities - Criterion 3
refer to the following ambient The climate classesare classifiedaccording to IEC60 721-3-3.
Arcing does not causeholes in
temperatures: the accessiblesidesup to a
Protection against solid foreign bodies, electric shockand ingress
- Maximum of height of 2 rn.
of water SIMOPRIMEA4 switchgear fulfills acc.to the standards
24-hour mean +35°C - Criterion 4
-IEC 62271-200
- Maximum +40°C Indicators do not ignite due to
-IEC 60529
• The current-carrying capacity the effect of hot gases.
- VDE0470-1
of the panelsand busbars Ignition caused by glowing
- VDE0670-6
dependson the ambient particles rather than hot gases
the following degreesof protection:
temperature outside the is allowed. Ignitions asa result
- Enclosure: IP4X
enclosure. of paint or sticker burning are
• Toattain the maximum rated - Compartments: IP2X
also excluded.
normal currents, the panelsare - Criterion 5
provided with natural or forced The enclosure remains
ventilation. connected to its earthing
point.

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Notes
If not stated otherwise on the
individual pages of this catalog,
we reserve the right to include
modifications, especially regard-
ing the stated values, dimensions
and weights. Drawings are not
binding.

All product designations used are


trademarks or product names of
Siemens AG or other suppliers.

If not stated otherwise, all dimen-


sions in this catalog are given in
mm.

The information in this document


contains general descriptions of
the technical options available,
which do not always have to be
present in individual cases. The
required features should therefore
be specified in each individual
case at the time of closing the
contract.

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and contacts 13 and 14 are normally closed. These
contacts must not be used for current circuits, as the
The range of 2RMLG Test Blocks, housed within an relevant contact finger on the 2RMLB test plug is shorter
Epsilon enclosure, offers facilities for monitoring and in this position.
secondary. injection testing of power system protection
schemes in conjunction with the 2RMLB-S multi-fingered The short test finger in position 13-14 on the 2RMLB will
test plug. open contacts 13-14 in the test block after the other
fingers have made contact in all other positions.
The 2RMLG Test Block has 14 pairs of spring loaded
contacts which are linked to a terminal block positioned
at the rear of the enclosure.

The 2RMLG07 is coded to only accept the 2RMLB-S7 Test


Plug which has connection terminals 21,23,25 &
27, internally - For typical application see Fig 4.

The 2RMLG08 is coded to only accept the 2RMLB-S8 Test


Plug which has internal pairs 1&3, 5&7, 9& 11 and 15&17
shorted together internally - For typical applications see
Figs 5, 6, 7 & 8.

The 2RMLG09 is coded to only accept the 2RMLB-S9 Test


Plug which has internal pairs 1-3-5-7, and 17-19 shorted
together internally.

Each pair of contacts is normally closed completing the


circuit through the test block when the associated Note: It is important that the sockets in the test plug
protection equipment is in use. (2RMLBS-1) which correspond to the current transformer
secondary windings are linked prior to the test plug being
For testing purposes the test block can be accessed by inserted into the test block.
removing the front cover. The 2RMLG 01 has a metallic
probe attached to the front cover assembly which when This will ensure that the current transformer secondary
withdrawn open circuits the 2 contacts at position 13 and windings are short circuited prior to disconnection from
14. the protection scheme or relay (as shown in Figure 3).
If the dc auxiliary supply is to be used during testing it
The main de auxiliary supply to the protection scheme or can be linked using the sockets in the test plug.
relay can be wired to this circuit to prevent inadvertent
tripping of the protection circuit after removal of the Operation of the contacts can be monitored by connect-
cover and during the test procedure. ing the test equipment to the protection scheme or relay
with the even numbered sockets of the test plug.
If a number of 2RMLG test blocks are connected to a relay
it is recommended that the de supply be routed through
each of them to safeguard against inadvertent operation.

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The 2RMLG is a size E2 unit in the Epsilon range of 2RLMGQ1 standard 14
enclosures. The overall dimensions and panel fixing it/ay test
details are shown in Figure 10. "block.
4mm
The rear terminal block has 28 terminals each with an M4 shrouded
screw outlet for the attachment of external wiring, fitted , '~Iock coded sockets.
with T shaped pre-insulated ring tongue terminations. to accept
2RMLB-S1
only.

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broken when
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control of DC
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supply to
relays.
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2RMLB-S1
only.
The 2RMLB-S series are inserted into the 2RMLG test
socket and is securely retained by means of two knurled All ways
screws. The 2RMLB-SI test plug incorporates 28 test made until
sockets, each socket accepting a shrouded or plain 4mm test plug is
diameter plug. inser'ted.

2RMLG07 14 way test .' '2RMU3-S 7 14 way test


block. plug, fitted
The 2RMLB-S7 is similar to the 2RMLB-Sl with shorted ,with 4mm
contact pairs 21-23-25-27and is coded to be used with 'shrouded
the MMLG07 Test Socket only. Block coded sockets.
to accept
2RMLB-S7 Test plug
only. coded to fit
The 2RMLB-S8 is similar to the 2RMLB-S1 with shorted only
contact pairs 1-3, 5-7,9-11,15-17 and is coded to be All ways 2RMLG07.
used with the 2RMLG08 Test Socket only. made until
test plug is' CT shorting
insetted. connectiohs
between
The 2RMLB-S9 is similar to the 2RMLB-S1 with shorted terminals 21-
contact pairs 1-3-5-7, 9-11, 17-19, 21-23-25-27 and is 23-25-27.
coded to be used with the 2RMLG09 Test Socket only. 2RMLG08 14 way test 2RMLB-S8 14 way test
block. plug, fitted
with 4mm
shrouded
Block coded sockets.
to accept
2RMLB-S8 Test plug
only. coded to fit
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, 'ishtouded . cbariect.ed iog~ther and the
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.only contactpair, provided the
"A'll viays iRMLG09. jntet~edjate contact pair is
", bnade uritil notui'ed ,' .
.\ test pLug is (T shorting 2~\I rms fo~ 1 minute b~- .' .
. inserted. -cohrtections tween' any contact pair and
on terminals either adjacent contact pair
1+5-7 & 17- .2RMLG {)1 only 1 kv rms for 1 minute be~ ..
19. tweEin terl\l1inafs13 and 14
when the cover is removed
(e.g. opening the auxiliary
supp1y or trip circuit).
2RMtB-Sl As 2~M'LG 01 plus 2kV rrns
BEFOREinserting a Test Plug into a Test Socket carrying for 1 minute between in-
current transformer secondary circuits. coming and outgoing con-
tacts when inserted
ENSUREthat the Test Plugs corresponding to the current As above With the excep-
transformer circuits are short-circuited. tion :ctf terminals 21, 23, 25
. & 27 which are perma-
This is to ensure the current transformer secondary nently shorted together
circuits are not inadvertently open-circuited during As above with the excep-
insertion of the last plug. tion of terminal pa irs 1&3,
.5&7,9&11, 15&17 which
BEFOREinserting a Test Plug to measure current. are permanently shorted
ENSUREthat the ammeter is on the correct range and toqether as pairs
that it is connected to its test leads .' 2RMU3-S9 As above With the excep-
tion of terminal pairs 1-3-5-
7,17-19 which are perma-
nently shorted together as
pai'rs
The connections will depend upon the scheme and details
must be obtained from the appropriate diagrams. If it is
necessary to use the d.c. auxiliary supply during testing,
then a test link may be fitted across the sockets in the 2RMLG 01/02107108· All contact circuits rated at
Test Plug. 20A continuously or 400A
for 1 s, ac or de
2RMLB51-59

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IEC255-6: 1988 Storage and transit - 25°C
to+70°C
Operating -25DC to +55°C
IEC68-2-1: 1990. Cold
IEC68-2-2: 1974 Dry Heat

tEC68-2-3: 1969 56 days at 93% RH and


+40°C

IEC529: 1989 IPSO (dust protected)

IEC255-21-1: 1988 Response Class 2

89/336/£E( These products have been


classified as electromag-
netically benign and are
therefore excluded from the
European Community IMC
Directive-.(89/336tEEC)

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TYPICAL APPLICATION OF THE 2RMLG01 12RMLG02 TEST SOCKET AND MMLB

EQUIPMENT SOCKETS:
CURRENT EVEN NUMBERS
TRANSFORMERS PROTECTION (WHITE BACKGROUND)
Pl RELAY

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FIT EXTERNAL LINKS


D.C. AUX. IF D.C. AUX. SUPPLY
SUPPLY IS REQUIRED DURING
TESTS

C.T. SHORTING LINKS


CURRENT
MUST BE FITTED
INJECTION TO
BEFORE INSERTING
SOCKETS
TEST PLUG
AS REQUIRED

MMLB TEST PLUG


(FRONT VIEW)
TYPICAL 2P O/C
1P ElF SCHEME

'2RMLG01 13/14 OPEN CCT WHEN COVER REMOVED AND OTHER POSITIONS CONNECTED.
2RMLG02 13/14 CONNECTED AS PER OTHER POSITIONS.

TYPICAL APPLICATION OF THE 2RMLG07 TEST SOCKET AND MMLB07 TEST PLUG

EQUIPMENT SOCKETS: LIVE SIDE SOCKETS:


CURRENT 2RMLG07
EVEN NUMBERS ODD NUMBERS
TRANSFORMERS TEST PROTECTION (WHITE BACKGROUND) (ORANGE BACKGROUND)
SOCKET RELAY

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EQUIPMENT SOCKETS:
EVEN NUMBERS
(YlHITE BACKGROUND)

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150
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200 019
220 ~21
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Test module with automatic CTshorting (2RMLG07) 3
Test module with automatic CTshorting (2RMLG08) 4
Test module with automatic CT shorting (2RMLG09) 5

Test plugs 7 X G 2 240 - 0A A 0 0 - 0 A A 0

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Multi finger test plug complete with leads and internal shorting. links (2RMLB-S7) 3
Multi finger test plug complete with leads and internal shorting links (2RMLB-S8) 4
Multi finger test plug complete with leads and internal shorting links (2RMLB-S9) 5

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