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New Masterpact NT and NW

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The new Masterpact NT and NW
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type of customer
The new Masterpact NT and NW
meet the needs of…

Designers Panel-buildersEnd-users

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Presentation by
type of customer
Designer needs

 Recommend products that respect the environment

 Enhance the value of their work

 Specify a solution that complies with standards

 Modify the system during the design phase

 Key points

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Designer needs Recommend products that respect the environment

 A true environmental approach


 Masterpact NT and NW respect the environment throughout their
life cycle
ISO  Manufacture
14001
 Compliance with present and future regulations
 Easy to recycle

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Designer needs Enhance the value of their work

 Switchboards with
attractively designed
ergonomic devices

 Manufacturer ’s guarantee
on both the switchboard
and devices
 Tested switchboards

 Integration of new products


in Ecodial

 AutoCAD library for all


new products
 DWG12, DXF formats, etc.

 Extranet

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Designer needs Specify a solution that complies with standards

 Masterpact NT and NW cover all types of applications and all


markets

 Masterpact NT and NW meet international standards


 EN 60947-2

 UL 489

 ANSI C 37-50

 Test certificates
 ASEFA

 ASTA

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Designer needs Modify the system during the design phase

 Same dimensions and connection layout for each of the three


Masterpact frame sizes
 Constant depth P (mm) between the front face and the point of connection
 NT 08-16 : fixed: 227.5 drawout: 314
 NW 08-40 : fixed: 312.5 drawout: 412.5
 NW 40b-63 : fixed: 332.5 drawout: 412.5

 A single pole pitch for each of the three frame sizes


 NT 08-16 : 70 mm
 NW 08-40 : 115 mm
 NW 40b-63 : 230 mm (2 x 115 mm)

Easy replacement of one rating by another


Standardisation of the busbar architecture

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Designer needs Key points

Flexible design phase

Answers to every need

Products that comply with


international standards

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type of customer
Panel-builder needs

 Optimise switchboard volumes

 Save time during switchboard assembly

 Modify the switchboard during assembly

 Select products easily

 Key points

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Panel-builder needs Optimise switchboard volumes

 Masterpact NT, a new power


circuit breaker with optimum design
for 1600 A
 before, 700 x 400 mm (W x D) enclosures
 now, 400 x 400 mm (W x D) enclosures


 New

Reduced volume and footprint


Easy integration in industrial control panels

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Panel-builder needs Optimise switchboard volumes

 Masterpact NW, one size


New from 800 to 4000 A
 Standardisation of
switchboards up to 4000 A 
 evolution of Prisma P up to
4000 A (width 700 mm)
 Standardisation of
switchboard front panels

 One size for 4000 to 6300 A


New ratings 
 Simplified architecture
of high-power switchboards

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Panel-builder needs Optimise switchboard volumes

 Reduced installation volumes


 Drawout versions - zero safety
clearance
 Fixed versions - zero safety
clearance
but leave 150 mm above the arc
chutes for removal during
maintenance operations

Simple design
Reduced costs

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Panel-builder needs Optimise switchboard volumes

 Multi-directional connections selected by the customer


New
 Constant depth, whatever the type of connection

 Common connection system for both fixed and drawout versions



Easy modifications during installation

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Panel-builder needs Save time during switchboard assembly

 Chassis can be supplied separately


New
 Only three types of chassis to stock

Anticipate on switchboard production


Standardise switchboard sections

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Panel-builder needs Save time during switchboard assembly

 Masterpact NW, a range offering uniform dimensions


New
 Standardisation of busbar architecture

 before: 19 different distances between busbar centres


 today: 2 (115 and 230 mm)
 Constant connection distances

 constant thickness (20 mm)


of connection terminals



Reduction in the number of connection layouts


Easy modification of switchboard design

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Panel-builder needs Save time during switchboard assembly

 Circuit breakers integrating previously separate devices


 Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter, Energy meter, Varmeter, Harmonics analyser

 voltage measurement inputs on bottom terminals

Eliminate:
– cut-outs on the switchboard front panel
– wiring of auxiliaries (source of non quality)
– external current sensors

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Panel-builder needs Save time during switchboard assembly

 Fast connection systems



 Door frame easily mounted from the outside

Fast and simple mounting

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Panel-builder needs Modify the switchboard during assembly

 Connection terminals can be modified in the workshop


New
 Transform rear connections into front connections

 Change vertical rear connections into horizontal rear connections

 Auxiliaries and accessories can be mounted in the workshop

 

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Panel-builder needs Modify the switchboard during assembly

New
 Common control units
 Common auxiliaries and accessories for NT and NW

Control auxiliary Rectangular Communication Disconnecting cluster


sensor for module
earth-leakage
 protection  
  
Interchangeability between devices
Simplified selection

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Panel-builder needs Select products easily

 Simple quotation and ordering


New systems
 Paper versions

 Included in the catalogue


 Order form
 Price per function
 Prices of spare parts
 Dedicated software

 Electronic catalogue
 Ecobat

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Panel-builder needs Key points

Uniform dimensions
Standardised connections that can
be modified in the workshop
Optimised volumes

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type of customer
End-user needs

 Ensure protection in line with today's needs

 Operate the installation optimally

 Measure electrical parameters continuously

 Manage remotely via the communications module

 Service the installation in complete safety

 Guarantee the continuity of service

 Upgrade the installation at any time

 Key points

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End-user needs Ensure protection in line with today’s needs

Micrologic, a complete range of control units capable of:


New
 Protecting conductors and equipment
 against premature ageing of cables as well as the thermal and
electromagnetic effects of overcurrents
 Protecting and/or monitoring of loads (I, U, P, E, F)
 Protecting against insulation faults

Micrologic Micrologic
2.0A - 5.0A - 7.0A 5.0P/H - 7.0P/H

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End-user needs Micrologic for protection
of conductors and equipment

LT setting
 Long-time protection of the phases
and the neutral
 Protect against premature ageing of
cables
 Adjustable setting range on all
Micrologic units using rating plugs
 Setting to within one Amp on Micrologic
P and H


Protection against risk of fire

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Micrologic for protection
of conductors and equipment

 Neutral protection
 Adjustment : OFF, 1/2, Full, Double (3 pole breaker only)

 Double neutral protection


 protection against 3rd-order harmonics summed up in the neutral conductor

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Micrologic for protection
of conductors and equipment

 Long-time protection of the phases IDMTL type (Inverse definite


minimum time lag)
 Definite time

 Standard inverse time

 Very inverse time

 Extremely inverse time

 High voltage fuse

Improvement of discrimination with HV fuses


Better protection of switchgears

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End-user needs Micrologic for protection of conductors
and equipment against overcurrents

 Short-time protection
 For impedant short-circuits (80% of faults)

 Instantaneous protection
ST pick-up
ST delay  For solid short-circuits

Inst.
pick-
up

Protection against risk of damage

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End-user needs Current (I) protection and/or monitoring

 Current imbalance
New
 Protect rotating machines (motors, generators) operating on balanced three-
phase power against ageing and slowing
 Balance single-phase loads on three-phase distribution systems

 Detect phase loss

  Maximum Current (phase, neutral)


 Calculation of the demand current over a given time interval

overrun of subscribed demand


 Obtain the average current in the presence of major load fluctuations

welding machines, crushers, hoists

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End-user needs Voltage (U) protection and/or monitoring

 Voltage imbalance and loss of phases


New
 Protect loads against vibrations, temperature rise and premature ageing

 Minimum voltage
  Protect motors against voltage drops resulting in loss of torque and a major
increase in the current drawn by the motor

 Maximum voltage
 Protect loads (motor and transformer) against abnormally high voltages that can result
in irreversible damage
 Avoid saturation of transformers

Source changeover for voltage drops or failures

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End-user needs Power (P), frequency (F) and phase inversion (rF)
protection and/or monitoring

 Reverse power
New
 Protect diesel engines from generators operating as motors

 marine applications, generator sets…


 avoid power transfers between two parallel-connected sources

  Minimum and maximum frequency


 Protect industrial processes against frequency variations of three-phase
motors
 paper mills, coiling plants, etc.
 Protect generators
 minimum: detection of overloads across generator terminals
 maximum: detection of generator runaway following loss of mechanical load

 Phase inversion
 Avoid reversed rotation of motors

 Check on coupling between generator and distribution system (phase


sequence)

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End-user needs Micrologic for protection against insulation faults

 Earth fault protection


New
 Made mandatory by NEC

 Residual current Source ground return

Ig

Prevent risk of fire

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End-user needs Micrologic for protection
against insulation faults

 Residual current earth-leakage protection


New
 Made mandatory by standards NFC 15100 and IEC 364

 In a TT system, protects life and property against low fault currents

 In a TNS system, protects installations where long cables are installed

 In an IT system, in the absence of interconnection of exposed conductive


parts of transformers and loads

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End-user needs Operate the installation optimally

 Signal when an event occurs with Micrologic

 Plan maintenance using Micrologic

 Manage events with Micrologic P and H

 Determine circuit-breaker position and status easily

 Control the circuit breaker locally and remotely

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End-user needs Signal when an event occurs with Micrologic

 Overload LED on all control units


 Steady yellow LED

 Load bargraph on Micrologic A, P and H

 Installation load status per phase

Real-time monitoring of the phase balance

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End-user needs Signal when an event occurs with Micrologic

 "Trip" alarm
 Identifies the type of fault

 "Threshold overrun" New


programmable alarms
 No trip

 For load protection

 For all power and harmonics


measurements

 Control unit watchdog

Faster diagnostics
Total control over the installation

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End-user needs Plan maintenance

 Operations counter
 Mechanical

 Electronic on Micrologic P and H (data stored in the Com module)

 Maintenance indicator on Micrologic P and H


 Contact wear

 Highest measured temperature

 History of the last ten events


 Trips

 Alarms
New

Anticipate contact replacement

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End-user needs Manage events with Micrologic P and H

 Definition of an event
New
 Fault trips

 Alarms or trips related to load protection

 Detection of a minimum or maximum value

 Recording of an event
 History of the last ten events (displayable on the Micrologic screen)

 Log of the last 100 events (consultable on a supervisor)

 Maintenance register

 Operate the circuit breaker

Rapid analysis of fault causes


Aid in maintenance diagnostics

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End-user needs Manage events with Micrologic P and H

 Signal events to a supervisor


with the communications
option
 Protocol: Digipact, ModBus,
ProfiBus

 Control relays
 M2C - M6C
 Trip audio or visual alarms

New  Operate another circuit


(load shedding, reconnection)

 Run a waveform capture for voltage and current with Micrologic H

Easy operation through centralisation of data


Aid in diagnostics for fault trips

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End-user needs Determine circuit-breaker
position and status easily

 Circuit-breaker positions
 Connected
 Test
 Disconnected

 Circuit-breaker status
 ON or OFF (OF)
 Connected and ON (EF)
 Ready-to-close (PF)
 Fault trip (SDE)


4 - 12 OF contacts
CD contact
EF contact
PF contact CT contact
CE contact
1 - 2 SDE contacts

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End-user needs Control the circuit breaker
locally and remotely

Control Local Remote Remote


New point to point via BUS
Close BPF (mechanical) standard XF com. XF
BPFE (electric)
via test connector
Open BPO (mechanical) MX, MN, MNR com. MX
via test connector
Reset Mechanical indicator Yes Yes (via M2C)



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End-user needs Measure and consult electrical parameters

 Currents
 Micrologic A, P, H

 Voltages, power, energy, frequency,


 Micrologic P and H
 Instantaneous values
 Demand current and power
 Fixed or sliding interval
 Power-quality indicators New
 Micrologic H
 Harmonic distortion (THD)
 The fundamentals (A, V, P, S, Q)
 Current and voltage harmonics

View consumption trends


Guarantee the operation of equipment
Increase the service life of devices

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End-user needs Manage remotely
via the communication modules

 Determine the circuit-breaker position and status


 Open and close the circuit breaker
 Display all measurements and settings on a supervisor
 View current and voltage waveforms
 Set the Micrologic P and H
 Consult the registers

Operating ease and savings


Plan device maintenance

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End-user needs Service the installation during operation,
in complete safety

 IP 40 degree of protection

New  Precise connection/



disconnection sequence
 Moving part may be set to three
positions

 Prohibited access to the


pushbutons
 Prevent circuit-breaker operation
by an unauthorised person

Avoid untimely start-up or shutdown

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End-user needs Service the installation during operation,
in complete safety

 Door locking
 The device must be disconnected
before the door may be opened

 Keylocking
  Device in the open (OFF) position

  Chassis in the disconnected


position
 Required by standard NFC 13100


Reinforce the safety of non-electrical personnel
that must open electrical switchboards
Establish LV/LV and HV/LV/transformer
operational locking

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End-user needs Service the installation during operation,
in complete safety

 Positive contact indication


 Suitability for isolation
 Individual locking of shutters
 Protect against direct contacts

 Prevent insertion of the circuit breaker

 Padlocking (3 padlocks)
 Device in the open (OFF) position 
 Chassis in the disconnected position

 Required by standard NFC 15100

Application of safety procedures

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End-user needs Guarantee the continuity of service

 Coordination of protection systems


 Continuity of service that includes high Isc currents
 Maintenance indicator and the operations counter
 plan maintenance operations and avoid untimely shutdowns

 Alarm programming
 ensure maximum continuity of service by signalling immanent shutdowns

 Automatic load shedding and reconnection with Micrologic P


and H
 ensure continuity of service for a part of the installation

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End-user needs Guarantee the continuity of service

 Harmonic distortion indicators (THD)


 Signals current and voltage harmonics that can affect device operation

 increase in voltage
 current overloads (third harmonic in the neutral conductor)

 Source changeover systems


 Supply via a replacement source all or part of an installation in the event the
normal source fails and thus ensure enhanced continuity of service

 Drawout versions
 Rapid replacement of the circuit breaker in the event of failure and reduced
down times

Avoid risk of unnecessary tripping


Avoid damage to devices

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End-user needs Coordination of protection systems

 Current discrimination
 Ensure the continuity of service in the event of an overload

 The IDMTL curves of Micrologic P and H provide discrimination

  for 2 Masterpacts with the same rating


 for HV fuses upstream or downstream

 Time discrimination
 Masterpact type N1 and H1: total discrimination

 Masterpact H2, H3, L1: partial discrimination up to the instantaneous pick-up

 Zone-selective interlocking
 Optimise time discrimination:

 more discrimination stages


 reduce the stresses applied to the installation during a short-circuit

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End-user needs Continuity of service that includes
high Isc currents (150 kA)

 New H3 performance for Masterpact NW


 A high level of discrimination (65 kA) on distribution systems with high
prospective short-circuit currents (150 kA rms)

s Ics =65 kA 1s

 Excellent limiting with Masterpact NW L1


 Significantly limit short-circuit currents (160 kA peak for a prospective Isc of 150
kA rms)
 Significantly reduce the stresses applied to the installation

 Provide a high level of discrimination (30 kA) with the upstream device

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End-user needs Upgrade the installation at any time

 Change control units


 Upgrade the installation:
supervision, analysis of consumption
and energy quality

 Add accessories
 Improve ease of operation

 Modify the device rating


 Operation carried out by after-sales
technical support

 Integrate the circuit breaker in a supervision network  


 Simply add the communications module

 Install the circuit breaker in older Schneider switchboards


 Special installation kit

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End-user needs Key points

Answers to even the most special


needs
Easy integration in supervision
systems
Upgradeability and anticipation of
future needs

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