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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch

Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch D600087 REV 7
Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch D600087 REV 7
Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch D600087 REV 7

D600087 REV 7

Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch

Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual For Rapier RX-RC Air Break Switch

‘RX-RC Servo Controlled Rocking Isolator Installation, Operation & Maintenance Schedule

Introduction The Rapier RX-RC is a servo controlled operating mechanism designed to operate switch disconnectors at voltages up to 36kV and current carrying capability of up to 630A. The integral Gemini-RTU and actuator allows the disconnector to be either locally or remotely controlled.

The Gemini RTU consists of control electronics and battery charger allowing the switchgear to be monitored and controlled for up to 24 hours under power failure conditions. The control electronics includes DNP3 and IEC 60870-5-101 communication protocols as standard (others on request) and can communicate via a range of media including low Power Radio, Paknet, GSM, Optical fibre, PSTN, RS 232 and RS485

This manual sets out the requirements for the installation of the equipment to a suitable structure, setting of the switch mechanism for correct operation. The operation of the equipment once installed and set and the recommended maintenance for the equipment.

The manual should be used in conjunction with the contract drawings supplied by Power Isolators Ltd. for the equipment.

Contents:

 

Page No.

1.0

Mounting Steel Work To Pole

2

1.1

Mounting Crossarms

2

2.0

Mounting 12-24kV Phase Assemblies

3

2.1 Fitting Load Break Heads

3

2.2 Mounting 36kV Phase

4

2.3 Fitting Phase Coupling

4

3.0

Drive Lever Position

6

4.0

Mounting Spring Mechanism

6

5.0

Fitting Top Drive Rod & Setting Double Acting Spring Mechanism

7

5.1

Fitting Middle & Bottom Drive Rod

8

6.0

Mounting & Operating Gemini RTU

9

6.1

Alternative Mounting

9

7.0

Connecting Drive Rod To Gemini RTU

10

7.1

Cutting Middle Drive Rod To Length

10

8.0

Lock Off Brackets

10

9.0

Typical Arrangement Drawing

12

10.0

Options Fault Passage Indicator

13

10.1 Animal Guard

14

10.2 Surge Arrestor

15

11.0

Maintenance

16

12.0

Product Data Health and Safety Requirements

17

13.0

Contact Details

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1.0 Mounting steelwork to pole.

Fit to pole as shown on contract drawing

Fig. 1

Drill 2off Ø 22mm Holes M20 Bolts (See Contract Drg.)
Drill 2off
Ø
22mm
Holes
M20 Bolts
(See Contract Drg.)

1.1 Mounting crossarms

Note - For correct operation of the switch it is important that the crossarms are horizontal and parallel. This will provide a flat platform for the switch disconnector and once this is achieved tighten all bolts.

Fig. 2 Crossarms
Fig. 2
Crossarms
M16X45mm Bolts
M16X45mm
Bolts

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2.0 Mounting 12-24kv Single Phase Assemblies

Place the single phase units on the support steelwork at the phase centres specified on the contract drawing. (Fit phase unit fixing bolts, only finger tight at this stage). Refer to item 2.1 for fitting 36kV Load Break Heads.

Fig. 3

Folded Channel Base (M12X30mm Bolts) Base Fixing
Folded
Channel
Base
(M12X30mm Bolts)
Base Fixing

Assembly

Crossarms

Support Steelwork

Single Phase

Bearing

Clamping

‘U’ Bolt

Slide Base Fixing Bolts down Channel Base

2.1 Fitting Load Break Heads (if required).

Note- If load break heads are not required go to 2.2. Fit the load break heads to the single phase units before fitting the phase units to the support steelwork as shown in (Fig.4).

Fig.4

Fit the load break heads into the appropriate sleeves, rotate the LBH until it is aligned with the lugs on the striker plate, then lightly tighten the clamping bolt. Check the alignment by operating each single phase manually, ensure the LBH is operated during Opening and reset during closing. When alignment is correct fully tighten the clamp bolt

Striker Plate Clamping Bolt
Striker
Plate
Clamping
Bolt

Load Break

Head

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2.2 Mounting 36kV Single Phase Assemblies

Fig.5

2.3

Place the single phase units on the support steelwork at the phase centres specified on the contract drawing.(See Fig. 5)

Fit phase unit fixing bolts, only finger tight at this stage. Load Break Head Single
Fit phase unit fixing bolts, only finger tight at this stage.
Load Break
Head
Single Phase
Assembly
Bearing
Clamping
‘U’ Bolt (M10)
Crossarms
(M20X110mm Bolts)
Support Steelwork
Base Fixing
Phase Coupling Tube

Place the square coupling tube through all three phase units, thus aligning the three main bearings. Fully tighten the M10 nuts on the bearing clamp ‘U’ bolts on each phase to a minimum of 19Nm Torque (Fig.6).

Manually push the switch to the ‘Closed’ position to line up the phase units.

Fully tighten the phase unit fixing bolts to a minimum of 32Nm(M12) / 160Nm(M20) Torque.

At this stage, close the switch by hand until fully home, i.e. On to factory set stops. In this position the male contacts should protrude through the female contacts by a minimum of the chamfer length on the male contact and the flicker blades should be latched in, if fitted (Fig.7 & 8).

If any of the phases are significantly lagging, undo the phase unit fixing bolt and shim the phase unit until the phase is no longer lagging.

Fig.6

Phase Coupling
Phase
Coupling

Page 04

and shim the phase unit until the phase is no longer lagging. Fig.6 Phase Coupling Page

Bearing

Clamping

‘U’ Bolt

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Drawing of RX Contact Shown Fully Home Fig. 7 Female Contact Chamfer Male Contact
Drawing of RX Contact
Shown Fully Home
Fig. 7
Female Contact
Chamfer
Male Contact
Fully Home Fig. 7 Female Contact Chamfer Male Contact Flicker Blade Shown Latched in Position Fig.
Flicker Blade Shown Latched in Position Fig. 8 Arc-Chute Latch Flicker Blade
Flicker Blade Shown
Latched in Position
Fig. 8
Arc-Chute
Latch
Flicker Blade

View ‘A’

Fig. 8 Arc-Chute Latch Flicker Blade View ‘A’ Ensure Flicker is Aligned Centrally With Arc-Chute View

Ensure Flicker is Aligned Centrally With Arc-Chute

View ‘A’ Arc-Chute Flicker Blade
View ‘A’
Arc-Chute
Flicker Blade

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3.0

Drive Lever Position

The universal drive lever has been designed so that it can be used with the majority of mounting arrangements. The switch position is shown as ‘Closed’.

See the contract drawing for the specific mounting arrangement. The drive lever is then fixed to the phase coupling with the ‘U’ bolts.

The drive rods are not added at this time.

Fig.9

Fig.10

drive rods are not added at this time. Fig.9 Fig.10 4.0 Mounting Spring Mechanism. Fig.11 Holes

4.0 Mounting Spring Mechanism.

Fig.11

Holes
Holes
Not Used
Not Used
On Rear Of DASM Remove M10 Nut, Washer & Spring Washer From Mounting Bolts. Double
On Rear Of DASM Remove M10
Nut, Washer & Spring Washer
From Mounting Bolts.
Double Acting
Spring Mechanism
Mounting
Plate
Double Acting
Spring Mechanism
Mechanism Mounting Plate Double Acting Spring Mechanism Align Studs On DASM With Holes On Mounting Plate

Align Studs On DASM With Holes On Mounting Plate & Refit M10 Nut, Washer & Spring Washer.

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5.0)Fitting Top Drive Rod & Setting DASM (Drive Lever to Double Acting Spring Mech) Fig.12
5.0)Fitting Top Drive Rod & Setting DASM (Drive Lever to Double Acting Spring Mech)
Fig.12
This End To
Eye-Bolt on
Drive Lever
Eye-Bolt
Mech / Switch
Drive Rod
Rotate Clockwise
To Shorten, Anti-
Clockwise to
Lengthen
& Lock
Nut
DASM
Ensure that when the switch is closed the profiled latch on the D.A.S.M is fully latched in.
This is achieved by fully closing the switch i.e. on to factory set stops, and rotating the top drive rod to
lengthen it. When the latch drops in, the rod should be rotated a further 1/2 turn and then locked off.
Fig.13
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5.1 Fitting Middle & Bottom Drive Rod.(Double Acting Spring Mech To Rapier RTU)

The middle drive rod & insulating insert, (as specified on the contract drawing) is connected to the Double Acting Spring Mech.

Note: The middle drive rod requires cutting to the correct length, this must not be done until the RTU has been fitted to the pole see stage 7.0.

Fig.14 Fig.15 Top Drive Rod Mech / Switch Drive Rod Insulating Insert Switch Shown in
Fig.14
Fig.15
Top Drive
Rod
Mech / Switch
Drive Rod
Insulating
Insert
Switch Shown in
“ON” Position
Middle Drive
Rod
Insulating
Top
Insert
Drive Rod
Middle
Drive Rod
Coupling
Bottom Drive
Bottom
Rod
Drive Rod

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6.0 Mounting

Of

Gemini

RTU

Refer to Gemini RTU manual (Section 4) & Contract Drawing for exact mounting details.

Lock Off Fig.16 Drill 2off Bracket Ø 22mm Holes Lifting Eyes Mounting Pole Mounting
Lock Off
Fig.16
Drill 2off
Bracket
Ø
22mm
Holes
Lifting
Eyes
Mounting
Pole
Mounting

Bracket

6.1 Optional

Mounting

Of

Gemini

RTU

Locking Pin & Chain M20 Bolts (See Contract Drg.)
Locking Pin
& Chain
M20 Bolts
(See Contract Drg.)

(For use with round steel poles and where drilling of mounting holes is not possible)

Attach the mounting brackets onto the M10 studs on the rear of the RTU. Refer to Gemini RTU manual (Section 4) & Contract Drawing for exact mounting details.

Fig.17

Mounting Pole Mounting Brackets
Mounting
Pole
Mounting
Brackets

Page 09

Clamps

4) & Contract Drawing for exact mounting details. Fig.17 Mounting Pole Mounting Brackets Page 09 Clamps

Actuator (Section 4) & Contract Drawing for exact mounting details. Fig.17 Mounting Pole Mounting Brackets Page 09

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7.0 Connecting Drive Rod RTU

Connect Bottom Drive Rod To RTU As Shown In Fig. 18 (Note: RTU Should Be
Connect Bottom Drive Rod To RTU As
Shown In Fig. 18 (Note: RTU Should Be In
The On Position)
Fig.18
Fit Coupling
To RT U
Fit
Locking
Pin

Fit

Pad-Lock

Fit Coupling To RT U Fit Locking Pin Fit Pad-Lock 8.0 Locking Off Instructions. 7.1 Cutting

8.0 Locking Off Instructions.

7.1 Cutting Middle Drive Rod To Length

Note: The Switch & RTU Must Be In The Closed Position i.e “ON”.

Fig.19 Middle Drive Cut Line, Central With Coupling Rod To p Drive Rod Coupling Cut
Fig.19
Middle
Drive
Cut Line, Central
With Coupling
Rod
To p
Drive
Rod
Coupling
Cut Off Hatched Area,
Insert Rod Into Coupling
& Tighten Grub Screw.
Bottom
Drive
Rod
(Note: Fine Adjustment
Of The Length Of The
Drive Rod Is Done By
Turning The Drive Rod,
The Limits On The RTU
Must Not Be Adjusted
For This Purpose)

The

Locking

Off

Procedure

Is

Identical

For

Locking

The

Switch

In

The

‘ON’

Or

‘OFF’

Position,

Instructions

Show

Locking

Off

The

Switch

In

The

‘OFF’

Position.

1 View Of RTU Coupling. (Switch In ‘Off’ Position) Lock Off Position ‘OFF’ Lock Off
1
View Of RTU
Coupling.
(Switch In ‘Off’
Position)
Lock Off
Position ‘OFF’
Lock Off
Position ‘ON’
2 Unlock Padlock And Remove.
2
Unlock Padlock
And Remove.

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3

Remove

Locking

Pin From

Drive Rod.

3 Remove Locking Pin From Drive Rod.
5 Move Drive Rod To Other Side Of Bracket And Fit Locking Pin.
5
Move Drive
Rod To Other
Side Of Bracket
And Fit Locking
Pin.
7 Fit Padlock Through Locking Pin.
7
Fit Padlock
Through
Locking Pin.

4

Disconnect

Drive Rod.

4 Disconnect Drive Rod.
6 Fit Pin Through Bracket.
6
Fit Pin Through
Bracket.
8 View With Switch Locked In The ‘ON’ Position.
8
View With Switch
Locked In The
‘ON’ Position.

Note:- Unlocking is a reversal of the above procedure.

Note:- When replacing locking pin into drive rod ensure chain is free from snagging.

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9.0 Typical Arrangement Drawing Fig. 20 Remote controlled RX-RC switch at normally open point VT
9.0 Typical Arrangement Drawing
Fig. 20
Remote controlled RX-RC
switch at normally
open point
VT option for
voltage sensing
and power supply.
(Not included in
standard offer)
Hook stick
manual overide
Note: Actuator
Double acting
drive to be
spring mechanism
disconnected
& locked off
before use.
Antenna
Insulating
Insert
Communication via
Low power radio, GSM etc
Protocol - DNP V3.0
Locking points
for use when
Primary substation
manual override
SCADA
is required
Control system
Servo controller
Secondary Automation scheme for
control of Automated air break
switches

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10.0Options Fault Passage Indicator (FPI)

A fault passage indicator is available for use with the RX-RC. This is a retrofitable unit which will detect fault currents and has adjustable threshold sensitivity. It consists of a sensor unit and umbilical cable which is connected to the Gemini RTU mains terminal block. The general arrangement is a shown below. For detailed installation and performance details refer to the FPI installation and user guide.

is a shown below. For detailed installation and performance details refer to the FPI installation and

Fig.21

FPI Sensor Unit Umbilical Cable Gemini RTU GROUND LEVEL
FPI Sensor Unit
Umbilical
Cable
Gemini
RTU
GROUND LEVEL

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10.1RX-RC Options- Animal Guard

An optional animal guard is available to protect the exposed cables e.g. power or aerial leads, if live stock is likely to be in the vicinity of the control cabinet.

Fig.22

likely to be in the vicinity of the control cabinet. Fig.22 Animal Guard Run The Cable

Animal Guard

Run The Cable Inside The RTU Mounting Bracket

Remove Two Screws From Gland Plate & Fit Animal-Guard, Refit The Two Screws

Using Suitable Coach Screw (Not Supplied) Fasten Guard To Pole

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10.2RX-RC Options- Surge Arrestor

Surge arrestor mounting plates are available to allow the fitting of Surge Arrestors to Rapier RX switches.

Fig.23

Bolt Surge Arrestor Mounting Bracket Using Supplied M12 Bolts
Bolt Surge Arrestor
Mounting Bracket
Using Supplied
M12 Bolts

Fit Surge Arrestor To Mounting Bracket

Single Connector

Mounting Hole

Surge

Arrestor

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11.0 Maintenance

Note: all maintenance should be carried out by suitably qualified personnel.

Preventative Maintenance

Biannual Check

We recommend a visual inspection of the equipment biannually (every 2 years) including the workings

of the mechanisms.

As a general requirement, all fixings should be secure and free from any corrosion that may weaken them, and all moving parts should be clean and free to move without excessive friction or obstruction.

Worn parts should be noted and Power Isolators Ltd contacted for further advice on whether replacement is necessary.

A close inspection of the Insulators is advisable in areas of vandalism, to check for cracks or chips from

impact. Insulators may be cleaned and wiped down using a non-abrasive detergent to remove heavy build-up of deposits on the sheds. Necessity and frequency of cleaning will depend upon climatic and environmental conditions.

Where possible all parts (both the disconnector and the earth switch, interlocks etc) should be operated to confirm they are working correctly

Ten Year Check

Power Isolators equipment has a design life of 25 years. However, on a ten year periodic basis the following additional checks should be made, particularly in cases of high pollution or salt spray environment, or high current loading and frequent operational conditions.

Contacts

A visual inspection should be made to look for signs of electrical erosion and physical wear.

Mechanism

Any auxiliary wiring should be checked for signs of deterioration of insulation, loose contacts etc. Wiring integrity can ne checked using a multi-meter connected each end.

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12.0 Product Data Health and Safety Requirements

High Voltage Isolators and Disconnectors

1. RANGE OF MANUFACTURE Power Isolators Ltd manufacture a wide range of high voltage Isolating Switches and Disconnectors using various metals and porcelain insulators.

2. TESTING OF PRODUCTS All products are type tested in accordance with relevant British or International Standards and are routine tested during, or on completion of manufacture. The tests are made in accordance with the purchaser's standard or the relevant British or International Standard.

3. RATING OF PRODUCTS All products are assigned a rating - which forms the basis of testing.

4. SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS The customer is always made aware of the assigned rating and usually specifies requirements in relation to the eventual duty. All isolating switches and disconnectors are fitted with a Rating Label.

5. UTILISATION OF ISOLATING SWITCHES & DISCONNECTORS The customer or ultimate user is fully responsible for the utilisation of isolating switches and disconnectors taking into account the assigned rating, the service conditions and the required factor of safety; the manufacturers responsibility is to provide isolating switches and disconnectors which when tested in accordance with the relevant specification achieves the specified rating.

During the construction of overhead lines or substations incorporating isolating switches or disconnectors, care must be taken to avoid excessive force on the equipment especially on the porcelain insulators. In particular reliance should not be placed on the insulators as a means of support for personnel or erection equipment during erection or construction operation.

6. HEALTH HAZARDS There are no significant health or fire hazards associated with isolating switches or disconnectors as supplied by the manufacturer.

7. MATERIALS 7.1 The metal components, iron, steel, aluminium, copper and copper alloy, present no significant health or fire hazards.

7.2 The porcelain insulators incorporated into the product are made from materials listed in the European Care Inventory 06-402-64-4. All the constituent materials are banded into a simple vitreous mass.

7.3 Some Metal Components are electro plated or galvanised. Insulators are cleaned in a

manner which may leave a fine film of Refined Mineral Oil on the surface. The manufacturer's Health & Safety data on this substance is available on application to Power Isolators Limited.

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12.0 Product Data Health and Safety Requirements Continued.

7.3 Continued: These do not constitute a significant health hazard. However, personal hygiene could be important and it is recommended that hands are washed after handling isolating switches or disconnectors. Prolonged skin contact should be avoided.

8. PACKAGING Isolating Switches & Disconnectors are normally packed in wooden cases, with internal separation being achieved by interlays of wood. Hence there is a fire hazard.

All packing cases must be stored away from sources of heat or other means of ignition.

9. FIRE

9.1 In the event of fire occurring there are no health hazards arising from metal or porcelain

components

small amount of grease require the use of H.S.E. normal approved protective equipment in such circumstances to avoid health hazard. If high temperatures are reached there may also be fumes from the zinc protective coating applied to ferrous components and H.S.E. approved respiratory protection should be worn when involved in fires of this nature.

(other than from zinc coating). The fumes from burning packaging and from the

9.2 After a fire porcelain insulators incorporated into isolating switches and disconnectors will

probably be broken and will require the exercise of the same precautions as covered in Section 12 below.

10 . WEIGHT The weight of individual isolating switches varies from 20Kg to over 2000Kg. Isolating switches and disconnectors are delivered in packages ranging from 30Kg to in excess of 2000Kg in weight. The weights of isolating switches and corresponding packages may be obtained from despatch/shipping documentation, or by case markings, or by application to the Commercial Department, Power Isolators Limited.

11. HANDLING OF ISOLATING SWITCHES & DISCONNECTORS In lifting and moving of isolating switches and disconnectors, whether in transportation storage or for erection at the ultimate site due regard must be given to several relevant factors i.e.

11.1 Mechanical aids e.g. fork lift trucks or cranage must always be used to lift/move isolating switches, phase units or packages in excess of the weight assessed as safe for manual handling. When lifting individual heavy phase units, isolating switches or disconnectors special attention must be given to the method of attachment of lifting gear or slings in order that correct distribution of load is obtained. Lifting methods which create excessive bending loads, in relation to the loads applied during normal duty, should be avoided.

11.2 The porcelain of the insulators is a brittle material, despite the possession of inherent strength in all normal loading conditions. Impact damage or dropping will usually cause fracture of the porcelain into numerous pieces of various sizes. These have extremely sharp edges, capable of causing dangerous incised wounds.

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12.0 Product Data Health and Safety Requirements Continued.

12. DISPOSAL OF BROKEN INSULATORS

12.1 Loading of broken insulators into skips, etc., by whatever means requires use of the

heaviest protective gloves and footwear and possibly gaiters to protect the operator from the risk of injury. Face protection should also be worn since badly handled pieces may shatter further with a risk of flying shards. It is recommended that visors are of the extra length variety with brow guards.

12.2 Ultimate disposal of damaged metalwork and broken insulators may only be made in

authorised landfill sites. There is now environmental hazard associated with such disposal.

13. PROVISION OF INSTRUCTION

The contents of this document should be brought to the attention of all personnel concerned with the handling, storage and use of isolating switches and disconnectors.

14. INFORMATION

The information on this Product Data Sheet is in accordance with the latest knowledge. The use of this information by the customer or ultimate user and the use to which the isolating switches and disconnectors are put are beyond the control of Power Isolators Limited. This information is provided without any representation or warranty expressed or implied.

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13.0 CONTACT DETAILS

Power Isolators Ltd. Unit 14, Thorpe Lane, Thorpe Way Industrial Estate, Banbury, Oxon OX16 4UT

Tel: +44(0)1295 270448 Fax: +44(0)1295 270446 Email: sales@powerisolators.co.uk

Power Isolators Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Lucy Group of companies.

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