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Pro-MEC VCB

Contents
Safety Instructions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Receiving & Unpacking, Service Conditions ----------------------------------------------------- 4 Moving, Storage and Disposal ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Installation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 Structure and Operation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 1.Front Parts----------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7 2.Operating Mechanism Parts----------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 3.Main Circuit Parts------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16 4.Vacuum Interrupter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 Withdrawal /Insertion Operation (E,F Class) --------------------------------------------------- 18 Withdrawal/Insertion Operation (G Class) ------------------------------------------------------ 20 1. Manual Insertion------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20 2. Manual Withdrawal------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20 3. Interlocks for Withdrawal and Insertion-------------------------------------------------------- 21 4. Interlocks for Earthing Switch------------ -------------------------------------------------------- 23 Maintenance and Inspection ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 24 1. General ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 2. Routine inspection ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 6 3. Periodical inspection ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 6 4. Special inspection ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 28 5. Lubricant Points for Operating Parts ----------------------------------------------------------- 29 Ratings ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 Circuit Diagrams --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 Quality Guarantee Certificate ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 33

Pro-MEC VCB
Safety instructions
To prevent injury and property damage, follow these instructions.

Pro-MEC VCB
Safety instructions

Incorrect operation due to ignoring instructions will cause harm or damage, the seriousness of which is indicated by the following symbols.

WARNING
1. Inspection and maintenance have to be performed by a qualified electrician.
Otherwise, there is the danger of malfunction, severe physical injury or electric shock.

DANGER WARNING CAUTION

This symbol indicates the instant death or serious injury if you dont follow instructions. This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury. This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to property.

2. When the circuit breaker is in service, dont open the front cover.
Otherwise, there is the danger of severe physical injury or electric-shock.

3. When the circuit breaker is in service, dont insert or withdraw the circuit breaker.
Otherwise, there is the danger of severe physical injury or electric-shock.

4. Inspection and maintenance have to be performed only after shutting off the electric power and discharging a charge current.
Otherwise, there is the danger of severe physical injury or electric shock.

The meaning of each symbol in this manual and on your equipment is as follows. This is the safety alert symbol. Read and follow instructions carefully to avoid dangerous situation. This symbol alerts the user to the presence of dangerous voltage inside the product that might cause harm or electric shock.

5. When making bolts and screw assembling, follow the instruction with recommended torque values.
Otherwise, there is the danger of over heating or fire.

6. After performing installation, maintenance or inspection, remove some foreign objects like tools, test leads or bolts, instruments.
Otherwise, there is the danger of short circuit or fire.

DANGER
Do not touch charged parts electrically like conductors and connector parts of terminals, under any of energized condition.
Otherwise, there is the danger of severe physical injury or electrocution is caused by electric shock.

7. When performing a maintenance, make a power-off of the circuit breaker and maintain test position.
Otherwise, there is the danger of electric shock.

8. Do not move the circuit breaker by handling main circuit bus terminals.
Otherwise, there is the danger of an electric accidents by temperature rise.

Pro-MEC VCB
Safety instructions
CAUTION
1. Dont alter the control circuit at discretion.
Otherwise, there is the danger of malfunction or damage to products.

Pro-MEC VCB
Receiving & Unpacking, Service Conditions
Receiving & Unpacking
1. When unpacking the package, take care to handle the main contactor, standard components and accessories and certify standard component described in this manual (Load wire for user : 18sets) 2. Certify that the instruction manual and a test report of final testing were packed inside each PVC envelop. 3. If damage or breakage of products are founded, immediately notify LSIS sales office or service representatives. 4. If damage or breakage of products by the carrier are founded, immediately file a claim with the carrier and notify the shipping company.

2. The circuit breakers must be kept in dry condition and dont reach water.
Otherwise there is the danger of deterioration of insulation.

3. This products must be stored at the place with no corrosive gas.


Otherwise there is the danger of a damage of products(discoloration).

Operating conditions(Indoor use)


1 Normal operating condition Design to IEC 60694( IEC 62271-1), with the following limits values : Ambient temperature Maximum : +40 Maximum 24 hour average : +35 Minimum : -25 Maximum site altitude : 1000 m above sea level. Humidity 24 hour average value : 95% One month average value : 90% 2 Special operating conditions Special operating conditions are to be agreed on by the manufacturer and user. The manufacturer must be consulted in advance about each special operating conditions using at the following cases or places : Higher level of site altitude or ambient temperature exceeding the normal conditions At place much influence by sea wind. At a wet place with high humidity usually At places with much water or oil vapors At places with an explosive, flammable or noxious gas At places with much dust At places with abnormal vibration or impact at places with much ice and snow In case of using at other special conditions besides above cases 3 4

Pro-MEC VCB
Moving, Storage and Disposal
Moving WARNING
1. Do not move the circuit breaker by handling main circuit bus terminals. Otherwise, there is the danger of electric accidents by temperature increasing.
1. For lifting or moving the circuit breaker, a specified lifting device should be used. 2. When lifting the withdraw type of circuit breakers with a cradle, it should be raised at the state of running position.

Pro-MEC VCB
Installation
For safe and normal operation of circuit breaker installed in switchgear, a very careful and special installation should be followed. When installing a fixed type of circuit breaker into switchgear, fix the breaker with same torque value by passing through mounting holes (4-14) after inserting spring washers into head of bolt without high pressure or alteration. Take care not to apply pressure or permanent tension by bus bars or others to main bus terminals. Remove dust or other foreign substances. When bolting, follow the recommended torque value specified in Table 1.

Storage CAUTION
1. The circuit breakers must be stored in clean, dry, dust and condensation- free environment.
may cause a weakness of insulation.

WARNING
1. When making bolts and screw assembling, follow the instruction with recommended torque values
may result in over heating or burns.

2. Do not alter the control circuit at ones discretion.


may cause of malfunction or damage to products.

2. The products must be stored at the place with no corrosive gas.


may cause a damage of product s (discoloration)

Disposal
Torque

<Table 1> Torque value


Steel
(kgfcm)

Bras s
(kgfcm)

CAUTION
1. When making a disposal, dispose it at a designated place with no affection to environment.
may cause an environmental pollution 1. According to the ISO 14000, separate all of them as metallic or non-metallic material and dispose them at a designated place after dividing e all of material as renewable materials and other materials which may cause an environmental pollution. 2. In case of being materials whatever you want to remake please contact us. 3. In case of special materials making noxious gas when destroying by fire, be sure to dispose them at an approved place 5

Size of bolt
M3 M 3.5 M4 M5 M6 M8 M 10 M 12

7.3 (6.2 - 8.4) 11.2 (9.5 - 12.9) 16.8 (14.2 - 19.3) 33.0 (28 - 37) 56.0 (48 - 65) 135 (115 - 156) 270 (230 - 310) 470 (410 - 540)

4.3 (3.7 - 4.9) 6.6 (5.6 -7.6) 9.8 (8.4 - 11.3) 19.1 (16.2 - 22.0) 33.0 (28 - 38) 89 (68 - 91) 159 (135 - 182) 270 (230 - 310)

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
1. Front Parts

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
1.1 Operating method for operating mechanism The operating mechanism is designed to be operated by manual and/or electrical motor. 1) Manual spring charging a) Manual : Insert a manual charging handle into a manual charging hole (Fig.1/No.5) and rotate it over 20 times clockwise until it runs idle. At the same time of charging completion it sounds clatter b) Motor : If the control power is provided to the control circuit of circuit breaker the charging motor with a gear box is activated and it starts to charge the spring. After a completion of charging for the closing spring, the control power for motor will be disconnected by the limit switch of motor. At this stage the closing spring will be recharged automatically as repeating the above sequence according to manual closing operation. Summary : It can be verified a completion of closing spring charging by a spring indication shown via the closing spring charging indicator(Fig.1/No.7). The circuit breaker can not be closed, unless the closing spring is charged completely.

<Figure 2.1> Charged

<Figure 2.2> Discharged

<Figure 1> Front part of circuit breaker (G Class Draw-out type) Name plate Manual closing button Key-Lock Device Manual trip button Manual charging hole Contact position indicator Closing spring charging indicator Operation counter Screw for Insertion & Withdrawal 7

2) Closing operation Manual : If the closing button(Fig.1/No.2) on the front of circuit breaker is pressed the closing operation is started and the red color of ON plate is appeared by rotation of the contact position indicator(Fig.1/No.6) simultaneously. 3) Trip operation Manual : If the trip button(Fig.1/No.4) is pressed until the trip latch will be released the trip operation is performed and the green color of OFF plate is appeared by rotation of the contact position indicator(Fig.1/No.6). The electrical remote control for above operations is available if each signals is provided since this operating mechanism have electrical closing and tripping devices. 4) High speed reclosing operation This operating mechanism is available for the high speed reclosing (O-0.3s-CO) operating duty by remote operation at the status that the main circuit is ON and the closing spring is CHARGED For this operation the auto charging of closing spring should be within 15 sec. This circuit breaker is available for auto charging of closing spring within 12 sec. 8

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation Structure and operation

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1.3 The frequency of operation It is recommended not to operate the circuit breaker unnecessarily for the best condition. You should keep In mind as follows: 10 times continuous operations (Each minimum time interval for spring charging is about 8 seconds, after finishing of continuous operation, it is needed to have at least 30 minutes to operate again) 20 times operation per hour. 100 times operation per day. In this case constant high frequency or operate in dust,polluted condition, it will be necessary to increase maintenance and inspection.

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Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
1.4 Electrical operation Operating sequence Input a control power Electrical charging CB Closing Auto Recharging CB Trip CB Closing Auto Recharging High-speed Reclosing Operating results Main circuit contact status Tripped Closing spring status Possible subsequent operation Closing-Trip

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
1.5 Manual operation Operating sequence Manual Charging CB Closing CB Trip Spring Charging CB Closing Manual Recharging High-speed Reclosing Auto Recharging Starting Operating results Main circuit contact status Tripped Closing spring status Possible subsequent operation Closing-Trip

Closed Closed Tripped Closed Closed Tripped Closed Tripped

Trip Trip-Closing-Trip Closing-Trip Trip Trip-Closing-Trip

Closed Tripped Tripped Closed Closed Tripped Closed Tripped

Trip Closing-Trip Trip Trip-Closing-Trip

Auto Charging Completed ..

Tripped .. ..

Closing-Trip ..

Manual Charging CB Closing Manual Recahrging ..

Tripped Closed Closed .. ..

Closing-Trip Trip Trip-Closing-Trip ..

CB Closing Auto Recharging

Closed Closed

Trip Trip-Closing-Trip

CB Closing

Closed

Trip

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Structure and operation
2. Operating mechanism parts

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation

<Figure 5.1> 1) Main circuit is is open The closing and opening spring are discharged 6

<Figure 5.2> 2) Main circuit is open The closing spring is charged The opening spring is discharged

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<Figure 4> Structure of operation mechanism

Switching shaft Closing spring Opening spring Motor Manual charging shaft Driving shaft

Driven shaft Closing coil Trip coil Auxiliary switch Trip latch

<Figure 5.3> 3) Main circuit is closed The closing spring is discharged The opening spring is charged 2 Closing spring 3 5 6 7 11 Opening spring Manual charging shaft Driving shaft Driven shaft Trip latch 14

<Figure 5.4> 4) Main circuit is closed The closing and opening spring are charged 12 Gear cam 13 14 15 16 Crank shaft Close latch and roller Linkage Roller

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Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
2.1 Description of operation for each position 1) Open position 1 Figure 5.1 shows the main circuit is open status, the closing spring(2) and the opening spring(3) are discharged status. If the gear cam(12) is rotated clockwise by manual or electrical motor, then the closing spring(2) will be charged.

Pro-MEC VCB
Structure and operation
3. Main circuit parts

2) Open position 2 Figure 5.2 shows the main circuit is open status and the closing spring(2) is charged. In this situation, the crank shaft (13) connected with the closing spring (2) is located passing through the Death Point and is getting a rotation force of clockwise, but it maintains the current situation since the roller of closing latch (14) is engaging this rotation. At this time the motor will be stopped when the closing spring is charged completely. 3) Closing position 1 Figure 5.3 shows the main circuit is closed status and the opening spring is only charged. If the roller(14) is released from the cam of crank shaft (13) by a closing signal, the crank shaft will be rotated clockwise. At the same time the driving shaft(6) connected with linkages and the driven shaft(7) are rotating mutually and the closing operation will be completed. At this time the opening spring is charged and tit maintains the closed status since the trip latch(11) is engaging the roller(17) connected with the driven shaft(7) even if the driven shaft(7) is getting a force counter-clockwise by the opening spring.

<Figure 6> Structure of main circuit parts 4) Closing position 2 According that the main circuit is transferring to the closed status, the motor(4) is operated again and the discharged closing spring (2) will be recharged. Figure 5.4 shows the main circuit is the closed status and the closing spring is recharged status. If the trip latch(11) release the roller (16) by a trip signal, the main circuit will be tripped by the driven shaft(7) is rotated counter-clockwise. At this time it becomes the status as Figure 5.2 that the opening spring(3) is discharged and the closing spring(2) is charged status.

Insulation rod Lower terminal Shunt Vacuum interrupter Upper terminal Heat sink Tulip contactor

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Structure and operation
4. Vacuum Interrupter (V.I.)
Movable terminal

Pro-MEC VCB
Insertion/Withdrawal Operation (E,F Class)
The withdrawable circuit breaker can be positioned at two following positions in a cradle. Test Position (TEST) Run Position (RUN) 1. Method of insertion 1) Verify that the contact position indicator is at OFF by pressing the trip button on the front of circuit breaker. Bellows shield 2) Insert both wheel of a circuit-breaker inside both guide rail of a cradle, then push and insert a circuit breaker to the Test Position (TEST). Ceramic 3) Hold the interlocking lever up on the front of circuit breaker with enough, then the interlocking bar will be pull out of from a rectangular hole of interlocking plate in a cradle. 4) At the condition of holding the interlocking lever up, hold the handle of circuit breaker and insert a circuit breaker into a cradle. It is not necessary to hold the interlocking lever after moving it in variable distance(about 10mm) Splash shield Fixed end header 5) Insert the withdrawal lever into the withdrawal plate, then push and insert the interlocking lever to the arrow direction in Figure 8 to insert the interlocking lever inside a rectangular hole of the Run Position (RUN) in a cradle. 6) If it is connected completely the interlocking lever is inserted inside a rectangular hole of a cradle. It is Run Position (RUN)

Movable end plate Bellows

Contact

Arc shield

Fixed electrode

2. Method of withdrawal 1) Verify that the contact position indicator is at OFF by pressing the trip button on the front of circuit breaker. 2) Insert the interlocking lever into the withdrawal plate and pull the withdrawal lever out to the arrow direction in Figure 8 at the condition of holding the interlocking lever up. 3) When the main contacts of circuit-breaker are away from the terminals of cradle, remove the withdrawal lever and withdraw a circuit breaker to the Test Position(TEST) by holding the handle of circuit breaker. 4) At this position the interlocking bar will be inserted into a rectangular hole of cradle. It is Test Position (TEST)

< Figure 7> Structure of vacuum interrupter

The vacuum interrupter has high insulation level with high vacuum integrity (approx. 5x10 -5 Torr) and the gaps of between a stationary contact and moving moving contact are 6~20mm according to the rated voltage. Both contacts are designed to eliminate the arc easily and are made of special alloy in order to reduce the contact wearing by short circuit interruption and overload,or arc energy when switching. And the complete insulation of internal part prevents from the deterioration of vacuum integrity. 17

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Insertion/Withdrawal Operation (E,F Class)
CAUTION
Keep the VCB only at TEST or RUN position, dont keep the VCB other place except TEST or RUN position.

Pro-MEC VCB
Insertion/Withdrawal Operation (G Class)
For the completion of withdrawal and insertion operation, you should insert wheel (Figure 9.1/No.3) of withdrawal device into square hole which is located in both right and left of cradle or switchgear. 1. Manual insertion (TEST position RUN position) 1) The connect of control circuit should be connected with circuit breaker. 2) Check the position of indicator. circuit breaker indicate open. 3) The withdrawal handle should be inserted completely to the withdrawal screw. (Figure 9.1/No.1) 4) When the withdrawal handle is rotated about 40 times on CW, circuit breaker is inserted into RUN position and conflicts sound is happened due to the idling. 5) If you hear the sound of continuous bumps, the circuit breaker doesnt proceed furthermore, therefore you can get rid of draw-out handle. 6) You should check the name plate of RUN.

For insertion

CAUTION
Keep the VCB only at TEST or RUN position, dont keep the

For withdrawal

VCB other place except TEST or RUN position.


2. Manual withdrawal (RUN positionTEST position) 1) Check if the circuit breaker is in the open position through position indicator of VCB. 2) You should do the withdrawal operation in the reverse order of the insertion operation. 3) You should check the name plate of TEST indicated in this position. Interlock Lever Interlock bar

Withdrawal Lever

Interlock plate

<Figure 8> Operation drawing of circuit breakers insertion/withdrawal Withdrawal screw Handle Wheel

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<Figure 9.1> Test position of withdrawal device

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Insertion/Withdrawal Operation (G Class) Insertion/Withdrawal Operation

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If the circuit breaker is inserted, the Lock Pin(Fig.10.1/No.2) is disconnected from the Nut (Fig.10.1/No.3) according that the interlock bar(Fig.10.1/No.5) move the Plate(Fig.10.1 No.6) to left-hand position. At this condition the Nut Assembly(Fig.10.1/No.4) can not be moved even if rotating the withdrawal screw(Fig.10.1/No.1) and the withdrawal screw(Fig.10.1/No.1) and the Nut (Fig.10.1/No.3) are to be run-idle. For this reason it is not possible to operate the circuit breaker for withdrawal and/or insertion at the status of running idle i.e. at the closed status of circuit breaker. But it may be possible to be withdrawn or inserted so that the Nut Assembly(Fig.10.1/No4) can be moved before and behind.

Withdrawal Stroke : 310 mm (24kV)

2) Closing prevention during a withdrawal/insertion of circuit breaker <Figure 9.2>Run Position of withdrawal assembly 3. Interlocks for withdrawal/insertion of circuit breaker 1) Preventing a withdrawal/insertion during a circuit breaker closing operation Closing Button Micro Switch Interlock Bar Position Plate

<Figure 11> Structure of closing prevention during withdrawal/insertion of circuit breaker

Withdrawal Screw Lock pin Nut Nut Assembly <Figure 10.1> CB is at Closed Position 21

Interlock bar Plate Bearing

When making a withdrawal/insertion of circuit breaker it prevents from the closing electrically so that the interlock bar(Fig11/No.3) operates a micro switch(Fig.11/No.2) and the closing coil can not be energized. It also makes mechanical closing prevention by means of not operating a push button.

<Figure 10.2> CB is at OPEN position 22

Pro-MEC VCB
Insertion/Withdrawal Operation
4. Interlocks for earthing switch

Pro-MEC VCB
Maintenance and inspection
1. General


NO. NAME Earthing S/W Operating shaft Cam Pad lock Lever Shaft weld Interlock lever1 Cam plate Truck Interlock lever2

DANGER
Do not make any touch to charged parts electrically like conductors, terminals and disconnects etc., under any of energized condition.
Will result in electric shock, severe bodily injury or electrocution.

WARNING
1. Only a qualified electrical workers with training and experience high voltage circuits should perform any operation, maintenance and inspection. may result in malfunction, severe bodily injury or electric shock. . 2. When the contactor is in service, do not open the front cover.
may result in bodily injury or electric-shock

3. When the contactor is in service, do not insert or withdraw the contactor.


may result in bodily injury or electric-shock

<Figure 12> Structure of interlocks for earthing switch and withdrawal/insertion

1) Prevention of a withdrawal/insertion during the closing circuit breaker. If the handle is inserted into the operating shaft(Fig.12/No.2) for closing the earthing switch by opening the lever(Fig.12/No.5) right-hand, the cam plate(Fig.12/No.3) will be moved left- hand by the interlock lever(Fig.12/No.7) and the circuit breaker can not be inserted or withdrawn with a run-idle of screw. 2) Impossible of earthing switchs closing during a withdrawal/insertion or at the Run Position(RUN) During a withdrawal/insertion or at the Run Position(RUN) the earthing switch closing handle will not be inserted so that the lever(Fig.12/No.5) can not be opened because the interlock lever 2(Fig.12/No10) can not be rotated by the truck(Fig.12/No.9).

4. Before performing any inspection or maintenance on this device, disconnect all sources of electric power and take every precautions to see that all connections are de-energized and grounded.
may result in severe bodily injury or electric shock.

5. When making bolts and screw assembling, follow the instruction with recommended torque values
may result in over heating or burns..

6. After performing installation, maintenance, inspection, remove some foreign objects like tools, test leads or bolts, instruments.
may result in short circuit or burn.

7. When performing a maintenance, make a power-off of contactor and maintain it at the test position.
may result in electric shock.

8. Do not move the contactor by handling main circuit bus terminals.


may result in an electric accidents by temperature increasing

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Maintenance and Inspection
CAUTION
1. Do not alter the control circuit at ones discretion.
may cause of malfunction or damage to products.
Inspection item Switching indicator Control circuit Inspection
Verifying a normal operation Verifying a connection of conne Verifying a time of operation Verifying abnormal noise,smell

Pro-MEC VCB
Maintenance and Inspection
2. Routine inspection Make an inspection for the contactor on service between the periodic inspection. Be careful for not getting in touch with any energized parts when opening the door of switchgear.
Method Visual Visual Visual Visual Corrective action Investigating the cause and repair Investigating the cause and repair
Check the contactor if exceeding 10,000 operations Af ter disconnecting the main power, inv estigating and repair

<Table 2> Period of maintenance and inspection


Operating counter

Maintenance and inspection interval Item Normal condition Routine inspection 6 months 6 months after an installation. Once 3years after that If necessary Abnormal condition (dusty and wet places) 1 month

Others

3. Periodical inspection <Table 4> Items of periodic inspection (1)


Inspection item Inspection Check abnormal assembling parts Check parts to be lubricated Operation and Equipment parts
Check dust and foreign material

Method

Corrective action Clean and grease

Interval Every a periodic inspection, Every 5000 operations

Periodical inspection Special inspection

A periodic inspection If necessary

Verify a smooth operation by visual or manual

Replace if necessary

Check whether C-Rings, spring pins and divider pins are wrinkled or missed

Wiring Control circuit

Poor connection and/or loose wirings Check component of movable parts. Check a discoloration of coil

Retighten any loose parts Visual Replace if necessary

Closing, tripping device

Every periodic inspection

Aux. Switch

Check links and contacts

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Maintenance and Inspection
Inspection item Main circuit terminals Inspection Check all connections Visual
Check the corrosion, discoloration Vacuum integrity Testing method. Check withstand test

Pro-MEC VCB
Maintenance and Inspection
Corrective action Check the torque, Replace if necessary Replace V.I. if necessary Interval Every a periodic inspection Every periodic inspection, Every 5000 operations Common components of the contactor

Method

<Table 5> Items of periodic inspection (2)


Inspection item Inspection Check condensation, humidity, stain, discoloration and damage Method Visual Clean it, then measure the insulation resistance Corrective action Wipe it clearly with a dry cloth

V.I

Vacuum Check the vacuum density integrity

Insulated frame Insulated tube Heat shrinkable tube

Aux. Switching Device Indictor

Check the normal operation

Visual

Check fixed bolts. Replace if necessary

Main circuit: Over 500M 1000V Megger Insulation Resistance Control circuit: Over 2M 500V Megger Withstand voltage test Operating characteristics test Main circuit: 1.5 x R.Voltage for 10 min. Test and check with a withstand voltage tester Perform the electrical testing after a manual operation test

Clean it after finding the cause. Replace if necessary Clean and replace if necessary

Every periodic inspection

Every periodic inspection,every 5000 operations

Testing for trip/close Testing for trip-free Check the minimum of operating voltage

Inspect and repair Every periodic if finding a matter. inspection, Replace if Every 1,2 years necessary

4. Special inspection Make a special inspection in case of situation as Table 6 <Table 6> Special inspection NO 1 2 Inspection item When interrupting short-circuit(fault) current several times In case of appearing a abnormal situation at service operation Inspection method Check wearing contacts of vacuum interrupter Check defective parts

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Maintenance and Inspection
5. Lubricant Points for Operating Parts
When using the circuit breaker for long period, lubricate the grease for mechanical device on the surface of operating parts and frictional parts so that the operating mechanism parts have been operated with high-speed. The important parts are indicated by the mark of in the following figure. When lubricating clean the points to be lubricated and check the condition of wear,then lubricate the grease not to be covered on wiring connection part of control circuit.
Rating Rated voltage Rated current Rated frequency (kV) (A) (Hz) 12.5 520 12.5/3sec 32.5 3 630 1250

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Rating
<Table 7> Ratings Table
LVB 20 - 13D,E/06,12 24 630 50/60 25 1000 25/3sec 65 1250 2000 LVB 20 - 25D,E/06,12,20

Rated short -circuit current (kA) Rated interrupting capacity(MVA) Rated short-time current Rated making current (kA) (kA) (Cycle) (kV)

Rated interrupting time Withstand voltage Frequency

50/1min 125 0.47 41 O-0.3s-CO-3min-CO

Lightning Impulse (kV/1.2x50) (kV/) (kV)

TRV increasing rate TRV Max. Value Operating duty

Control voltage for closing Control voltage for tripping Standard aux. contacts Rated opening time No-load closing time Current of motor operation Control current for closing

(V) (V)

DC 24,48,110,125,220V DC 24,48,110,125,220V 4a4b

(s) (s) (A) (A) (A) (s) (mm) (kg) 140

0.04 0.06 7 (at 24Vdc 15) 5 (at 24Vdc 10) 5 (at 24Vdc 10) 12 (at 24Vdc 15) 210 / 265 160 P,E,F,G,M IEC 62271-100

<Figure 13> The charging status of opening/ closing spring of main circuit
NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 Lubricant Point Fixing part of opening spring Fixing part of closing spring Closing latch roller and crank arm Connecting pin of linkage Trip latch and roller Guide pin for O.D.P

Control current for tripping Motor charging time Pole distance Weight Installation type Applicable standard

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Circuit diagram
1. AMP jack

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Circuit diagram
2. Phoenix jack

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Pro-MEC VCB
Circuit diagram
3. AMP jack AC110V(Motor,Closing Coil), DC110V(Tripping Coil)

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