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Busduct System

LS C&S Busduct System

E-series, Mini-way, LT-way, MS/Wind-way,


NSPB-LV/MV, CR-LV/MV, SIB, BTMS

About LS Cable & System


Since the separation from LG Electronics in 2003, LS Group has specialized in industrial energy, electronic energy, and industrial materials.
Thus, LS Group has achieved specialized global competitiveness in these fields. LS Group is a parent company of 40 subsidiary companies,
including LS Cable & System, LSIS, LS Nikko Copper, LS Mtron, Gaon Cable, E1 and Yesco. LS Cable & System holds the unrivaled position of the
top cable maker in Korea, and it provides total solutions for electronic power and telecommunication industries.
LS Cable & System has strived to become a global leader in the industry by implementing constant innovation since the establishment of the company.
While providing high-quality solutions to help our clients, LS Cable & System is accelerating efforts to be the top player of the global cable industry by securing
the top technologies in submarine cables and superconducting cables, as well as focusing on green business. Under the company vision
Your No.1 Creative Partner, LS Cable & System dedicates its best effort to deliver only the top technology and service to its clients.

Superior Essex

JS Cable
LS Cable & System
LSIS
LS Nikko Copper
Gaon Cable

E1
Yesco
Superior Essex

LS Global
Global Cable
Incorporated
Pountek

LG Electronics
LG Chemical

LG Display
LG Telecom

GS Caltex
GS Engineering & Construction

GS Retail
GS Homeshopping

Power equipment, Power supply & transmission, Industrial IT,


Automation equipment, Electric Power Tools, RFID etc.

A New Beginning as a Total Solution Provider for Electric Power and Telecommunications
History was made when LS Cable & System, the de facto holding company of LS Group, transformed into LS Holding Company in July 2008 and started as a new
total-solution provider specialized in electric power and telecommunications. It was the optimized business decision to increase management efficiency of the
constantly expending business segments and to strengthen the responsible management system to foster a new growth engine to drive our business.
By separating investment and business segments, LS Holdings was able to discover a new growth engine to propel the group into a new phase of growth. The new
change of business provided an opportunity to the subsidiary companies to focus on their own operations and to strengthen their respective business expertise,
as well as successfully enhancing the competitiveness in the industry. LS Cable & System, as the holding company, is committed to providing continued support to
the subsidiary companies, while practicing responsible management.LS Cable & System endeavor to focus on our core business while strengthening its business
expertise and competitiveness as a global company.

LNG, CNG

Supply of LPG for residential&commercial,


transportation,industrial and petrochemical uses in domestic market.
Import & Export of LPG etc.

Components, Machinery

Electrolytic Copper Cathode, Gold, Silver, Chemicals Product etc.

Standing Tall as the Third Largest Cable Maker in the Global Cable Industry
In August 2008, LS Cable & System acquired Super Essex, the largest cable maker in North America, making LS Cable & System the third largest cable maker
in the global cable industry. By incorporating the staple product line of coils and communication wires of Superior Essex to the existing business structure
of power cables, optical fiber cables, and wires of the company, LS Cable & System has built an ideal cable product line. Securing the extensive experience
of production and distribution network of Superior Essex in the markets of North America and Europe has led to LS Cable & Systems emergence as a true
global enterprise.
Superior Essex In 1999, Superior Cable, which back then was a communication cable producer, made an acquisition of Essex Wire, a magnet wire producer,
and the combination formed Superior Essex. The company is the worlds largest maker of magnet wires and the largest maker of communication cables in
North America. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, where they manage 24 factories in a total of 9 countries, including the United States,
Canada, Mexico, Germany, the UK, Italy, and China.

LS Cable & System


Busduct System Solution
Buildings
The LS C&S Bus Duct system is easy to install, and ensures large capacity of
energy transmission while providing space efficiency which makes the bus
duct system ideal for high-rise buildings, office buildings, data centers and
apartment complexes.

Plants
The full lineup is consisting of NSPB that can cover up to 27kV as well as
CAST RESIN and SIB, and the lineup thus enables us to provide our clients
customized designs. The system is suitable for electrical rooms and power
lines, and it features a real time monitoring system using the temperature
and power monitoring system.

Data Center
The flexibility and expandability as well as easy maintenance property
of the bus duct system provides the best alternative to improve the existing
problems of the conventional power cable system of data centers,
which requires constant extension, reinstallation and capacity
modification of loads.

Apartment Buildings
Although the demands for more electricity for families are growing,
the space for EPS area has reduced. Due to the change,
the need for bus ducts and multi boxes have increased.

Hospitals
The stability of the power supply in the hospitals is perhaps the most vital element,
because its failure could threaten the safety of patients.
The Bus Duct system distributes larger capacity of electric power, and provides
stability of the loads which make it an ideal choice to satisfy the requirements of
systematization of hospital complexes and larger hospital equipments.

Airports
In order to secure the stable power supply of the airport, the bus duct system
provides the best customized solutions by installing high voltage bus ducts
at the transmission, transformation and power distribution lines, and by
installing low voltage bus ducts at the cargo, the control tower and general
commercial buildings.

Stadiums
The needs for a bus ducts system has been growing for its benefit such as
large capacity of power transmission, providing a stable power supply for
various loads and an eco friendly property as well as economical quality.

Marine & Wind


The compact and light weight design of the bus duct satisfies the demands of the clients,
and comes with an outstanding quack resistance property. The bus duct provides stability
to the operation of the facilities through a real-time monitoring system using
a temperature and power monitoring system. As the needs for renewable energy grows,
the demand for our bus duct has been increasing teadily.

LS Cable & System Bus Duct Product


Line-up
Vertical Ducts
End Closer
End Closer
Spring Hanger
Spring Hanger
Plug in Unit

Horizontal Ducts

Spring Hanger

Plug-in Box

Plug in Unit
Plug-in Box

Spring Hanger

Rigid Hanger

Plug in Unit

Rigid Hanger

Plug-in Box

1
2

Plug-in Box

2
7

4
6
5

Switchgear

Electrical Room

TR Flanged
End Box

Switchgear

TR Flanged End Box

Transformer

Transformer

Outdoor

Transformer

The LS Cable & System Bus Ducts are available in a wide range of products from low voltage LT-Way (25A~63A) to high voltage E-Series
(630A~7500A), and the products enable the supply of proper capacity of power for factories and the distribution system. Our products such
as the air insulated bus conducts with enhanced safety property and the cast resin bus ducts with resistance for high temperature, humidity
and dusty environment will satisfy various application needs and provide a customized engineering service.

Ez/Ex/EF-way
Sandwich Type (PET Film, Epoxy Coating, MICA)/AL
Extrusion Housing/Standard IP54/Joint Kit
- Designed for low voltage products below AC 1000V, and between
630A to 7500A.
- The most widely used conventional model.

Mini-way
Air Insulated Type/AL Extrusion Housing/Standard IP54/Joint Kit
- Designed for low voltage products below AC 1000V, and between
160A and 800A.
- Ideal for small distribution system with multi distribution loads
(Vertical areas of buildings, data centers, assemble factories)

LT-way
Flat Wire Type/Copper Conductor with PVC Extruded Insulation/AL
Extrusion Housing/Various Plug Types/Joint Brush
(Can be installed with a live wire)
- Designed for low voltage products below AC 690V, and between 25A and 63A
- Suitable for Light bulbs, FFU and distribution for small equipments

MS/Wind-way
Air Insulated Type/ Compact NSPB Type / One-Bolting Type
Designed for low voltage products below AC 1000V, and between
1000A and 5000A
- A Hybrid incorporating NSPB and sandwich type
- Ideal for ships, wind towers and chemical plants where stability is required.

NSPB-LV/MV
Air Insulated Type/Insulated conductors separated by phase/AL,
STS and Steel Housing/Indoor Type/Outdoor Type
- NSPB-LV : Designed for low voltage products below AC 1000V,and below 4000A
- NSPB-MV: Designed for high voltage products below AC 27kV, and below 4000A
- Suitable for plants where high stability is required.

CR-LV/MV

SIB

- Cast Resin Type/IP 68/Dielectric Epoxy Molding between Conductors


- CR-LV: Designed for low voltage products below AC 1000V, and between
630A and7500A.
- CR-MV: Designed for high voltage products below AC 27KV,
and below 5000A.
- The most safe bus duct suitable for plants where high stability is required.

Epoxy Vacuum Impregnation Dielectric Products/Suitable for phase


separation system
- Designed for high voltage products below AC 27kV and below 7500A
- The benefit of bus ducts and cables are incorporated as SIB.
- Suitable for high voltage products.

Why Busduct?
Easy Distribution of Loads
When supplying power using cables, each load has to be connected individually to cables which waste space,
and an additional distribution panel is also required.
On the other hand, bus ducts are separated from a single line at a plug box which simplifies the electric power system.
A MCCB can be installed at the plug box to effectively shut off fault current.

Cable Wiring System

Bus Duct Wiring System

P-x

L-x

P-x

L-x

P-...

L-...

P-...

L-...

P-3

L-3

P-3

L-3

P-2

L-2

P-2

L-2

P-1

L-1

P-1

L-1

ACB

MCCB

ACB

ACB

ACB

One to-one correspondence of power


supply and loads

One to-many correspondence of power


supply for specific power supply

Additional lines are needed in case of a


load change

Additional lines are not necessary in case


of a load change

ACB : Air Circuit Breaker, MCCB : Molded Case Circuit Breaker

0.2

Easy Initial Installation

0.6

1.0

1.4

1.8

2.2

2.6

3.0

Labor Hours
3.4 3.8

800

Pulling and cable tray installation for cables can be difficult, and
requires a longer construction period, therefore increases the
cost. On the other hand, the bus ducts use a simple installation
method to connect specific length of products, which requires a
shorter installation period, and is economically friendly.

1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
4000
Ampere

Busduct

Compact
The compact design of the bus duct system provides high space efficiency at up to 50% compared to the cables.
While cables require larger space to install multi lines as well as additional space for coiling areas, the bus ducts use
proper fittings to maximize space efficiency.

Cable

The space
required reduces

by 50%
Cable Tray

Cable

Adaptability to various installation


environment and convenience
The bus duct system is a power distribution system and can
be applied to various complex routes. The bus duct system
comes with various fittings such as elbows, off-set and tee,
and can transmit high capacity currents without electrical
and mechanical loss.

Excellent short circuit


Cables require low short circuit capacity and additional reinforcement facility. However, the bus duct system has a high
tolerance for short circuit. Its stability and reliability make it
perfect for a high capacity energy transmission system.

High current density


Cables are connected directly to electric loads using racks.
The maximum allowable current ampacity limit is 1000A,
and requires additional lines for a higher current. Each line
of the bus duct system can transmit up to 7500A, and provides high current density.

Easy maintenance
The design of the bus duct system makes it easy to detect
abnormalities during installations, and ensures easy maintenance. When humidity or dust causes a malfunction on
the system, the easy-to -maintain design allows replacing
only the damaged part.

Outstanding features of
EMC and EMI
Unlike cables, the bus duct system does not require a shield,
instead the housing itself performs as a shield which enhances the features of EMC and EMI.

Why LS Cable &System Bus


Global Top Tier
LS Cable & System has been a long-time leading cable maker of the bus duct market in Korea. With extensive experience and
product line competitiveness, the company provides total solutions for each application to satisfy the needs of its clients. Using its expertise in the electronic markets of large LCD monitors and semiconductors in Korea, the company has obtained PJT
sales records in 50 countries worldwide in Asia, the Middle East, CIS, and the US.

Full Line up
LS Cable and System is the only global company that provides a full line-up of bus ducts, from low to high voltage and from
low to high capacity, to satisfy every need of its clients and provide an optimized solution for each PJT.

LT-way
MS/Wind-way

Mini-way
M
Ez / Ex / Ef-way
CR-LV/MV
LV/MV

SIB (MV)
(MV
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MV
NSPBB -LV/MV
MV

Total Solution
Once PJT launches, our engineer will participate to guide the clients from the initial period in order to produce the best
system for our clients, and to respond quickly when the system is changed.
Our engineers from each department provide full support in design, production, installation and testing at in-bound to
satisfy our clients.
We operate the CS Team, a task force for the bus duct system, to make sure efficient after-sale service and maintenance
service are provided.

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Unparalleled Reliability

Total Engineering Technology

Provides standardized design, and owns numerous certifications


such as UL Certification, Quack Proof Certification, and Impact
Resistance Certification
The CS team, a task force for the bus duct system,
provides efficient after-sale service
Safe use in hazardous zones
Manage the system using an independent temperature
monitor sensor
Semi-permanent service life
Used qualified insulation such as epoxy and PET film
for efficient insulation

Provide the optimum design by experienced engineers


Design following analysis and inspection of CAE
Unique and exclusive design program for the bus duct system
Design based on structure stability inspection
The excellent heat radiating property of the aluminum housing
ensures large capacity of power transmission
Low Weight & Low cost
Easy installation
Deployable where access is difficult
Automated epoxy insulation facility
Unique joint kit connections
Reduce electromagnetic
BPMS Electric Power Monitoring System
BTMS Temperature Monitoring System

Eco friendly
Fully recyclable
Halogen free
Does not contain RoHS 6 hazardous substance
No toxicity in fire & Fire-Retardant
Non Explosive

Why LS C&S Bus Duct?


The Bus Duct Temperature Monitoring System
BTMS : Busduct Temperature Monitoring System
The bus duct is a large capacity power distribution system. The insulation of the duct has to stay stable when the Joule lines
occur during a power supply of the conductor. The rated current will be set by the insulation type, and the temperature rises.
These properties of the bus duct make it possible to monitor and manage abnormalities of the system by checking the
temperature of specific areas of the system.
The temperature monitoring system uses various temperature sensors such as optical fiber cable, IC electric chips and
thermo-graphic cameras. Specific areas like the entire system line, joints, plug-in boxes and cable connection can be
monitored at the central monitor room using various methods on request.

The Bus Duct Power Monitoring System


BPMS : Busduct Power Monitoring System
The ongoing trends of the bus duct system are more than a simple power supplying system. The growing trend is; 1) the stability of
the power system, 2) unmanned system,3)cost cutting, and 4)green and smart grid. While the SCADA system monitors and controls
the power of the main system, the BMS monitors low loads of the sub system. The frequency of the resent electrical accidents is
higher at the sub system than at the main system. Therefore, the preference for the SCADA system has been increasing.
Smart box

Unit

Ethernet

< Program>

Ethernet

485

Ez/Ex/Ef-way
LS C&S Bus Duct System Catalogue

01 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. General Data

16

III. Component
- Feeder
- Flanged End
- Fittings
- Hanger
- Plug-In Unit
- Etc

22
23
26
29
31
33

IV. Technical Data


- Impedance
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

35
36
37

V. Install Information
- Joint Connection

38

VI. Certification & Specification

39

I. Introduction

Overview
The E-Series
The LS C&S E-Series Bus Duct is designed to carry voltage range below AC 1000V, and to carry the current range of 633A to 7500A.Joint kit connections
provide more space to connect which reduce the contact resistance to its minimum while connecting products. LS C&S Bus Duct comes with a
standard IP54rating; however, it can be upgraded to an indoor or outdoor IP65 rating on request.
Depending on each insulation property the system comes in three types; Ez-way when polyester film is used, Ef-way when mica film is used and EX-way
is used when epoxy powder is used.

Compact Size
LS C&S E-Series Bus Duct uses an effective heat radiating housing profile which allows the size of the conductors to be smaller than the
existing Bus Duct models. The light weight of the Bus Duct also allows easier installation, and requires less space.

Economical and Easy Installation


LS C&S E-Series Bus Duct uses aluminum housing and joint kit connections
which enable easy installation with less time and low cost.

Easy Distribution of Loads


LSC&S E-Series Bus Duct can directly distribute the loads at the
plug-in box using a single line, and thus simplifies
fies the power
supply system. The MCCB can be installed in the plug-in box
on request to effectively shut off the faulty current.
ent.

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Introduction

Application
Electrical Rooms
The bus duct can be installed both horizontally and vertically
at the electrical room.
The maximized safety features are earthquake-proof and
explosion-proof.
Provides excellent space efficiency and easy installation
compared to cables.

Plants
The bus ducts can be applied to a vast range of industries such as
semiconductor, display and petrochemical plants.
The temperature and the power supply monitoring system allows
easy maintenance.
The bus ducts provides high space efficiency, and allows
a significantly reduced installation period.

Apartments and Large


Provides excellent space efficiency.
The bus ducts can be applied to high-rise buildings,
office buildings, and data centers.
Multi-box can be applied on request.

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. General Data

Plug-in Box

Elbow

Flanged End

16

High Current Density

Environmentally

The bus duct has a compact design compared to the


existing models by using an effective heat-radiating
housing profile and can carry from 630Aup to 7500A
with reduced loss of electric power. It is an ideal power
distribution system that provides high efficiency, stability,
economy-friendliness and convenience. The design of the
conductor allows flexibility to extend and relocate
depending on the environment.

The LS C&S Bus Ducts acquired RoHS certification, and


only uses components without hazardous substances
such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and
PBDEs.

Low Voltage Drop and High

Standard

Thanks to the optimum design, power can be transmitted


with the greatest possible efficiency, and the resultant
voltage drop is low due to extremely low impedance. In
addition, the LS C&S Bus Ducts is designed to have very
high short circuit strength.

IEC 61439-2 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-1]


Power Switch gear and Control gear Assemblies

Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The cross sectional areas of the conductor and housing


profile are designed to meet the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC 61439-2 and 6. Therefore
the temperature rise limit of the housing is within 55K
or less of the ambient temperature.

Ambient Temperature : -15 Celsius to 55 Celsius


Relative Humidity : 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment does
meet the requirements listed above, please contact our
design team.)

E-series LS C&S-Busway System

IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-2]


Busbar Trunking Systems
NSEN 60439 Busways
NEMA BU 1.1 Busways

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End Cap

Gemeral Data

Joint Kit

Offset

Conductors

Housing

The E-Series uses either copper conductors with


conductivity over 99%, or aluminum conductors
with conductivity over 61%.

The E-Series uses an effective heat radiating aluminum


housing profile which produces an excellent mechanical
strength and heat radiation. The aluminum housing can
be used as a protective conductor due to its high level
conductivity and cross sectional areas. An optional optical
fiber temperature sensor can be installed at the housing.

The connection of the conductors is tin-plated in


order to reduce contact resistance and to prevent
corrosion of the connection. (A silver plated option
is available.)

Insulation Properties

Insulation Connections

An insulator of thermal class rating Class B (130 C)


or more is applied to the E-Series. Other insulation
options such as Epoxy, PET and MICA (Fire proof up
to 1200 C) are also available. FRP (Fiber Reinforced
Plastic) with high dielectric property is used as insulation
at the connection which performs as insulation between
phases and housing.

The E-Series uses a joint kit to connect the bus ducts. In


order to ensure easy maintenance and reliability, double
-headed bolts and visible labels (red tags) are used to
check the application, and a disc spring allows an even
connection of the contact surface.(Connecting torque
800~1000kgf.cm)
The joint plate of the joint kit is tin plated in order to
prevent discoloration and corrosion.(A silver plated option
is available.)

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. General Data

General Specifications
E-series bus duct uses insulation with a thermal class rating over130 C for each phase. A sandwich type design is applied to
the bus duct to protect the aluminum housing, and it can be used at the voltage range of AC 1000V or less, and the current
range between 630A to 7500A. It is designed to use a joint kit connection and general IP54 rating.

Aluminum housing coated with paint


Optical Fiber(Optional)
Optical Fiber Bracket(Optional)
Fastening Bolt & Washer
Conductor(Copper / Aluminum)
Insulation
- Ex-way by EPOXY
(Class B 130oC / Class F 155oC)
- Ez-way by PET
(Class B 130oC / Class F 155oC)
- Ef-way by MICA (1200oC)

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Joint Kit Connection


Feature

Gemeral Data

Both joint plates of the joint kit and the conductors are tin plated. (A silver
plated option is available.) It prevents the joint plate from discoloration and
corrosion. In order to ensure easy maintenance and reliability,
double-headed bolts and visible labels are used to check the application, and
a disc spring allows even connection of the contact surface.

Double Head Bolts


Double-headed bolts are used to ensure a proper torque level when installing
the joint kit. If a torque wrench applies a pressure of 800 to 1000kgfcm to
the outer bolt head, the head of the outer bolt and the tag attached to it will be
sheared off automatically. Thus, it allows easy inspection for the proper application of the bolts at the connection.
Specifics for the number of double-headed bolts required for each joint kit

Number of DH bolts
Number of
D.H bolts

CU

630, 800, 1000,


1250, 1600, 2000

2500, 3200,
3600, 4000

5000

6300, 7500

AL

630, 800,
1000, 1250

1600,
2000, 2500

3200,
3600, 4000

5000, 6300

Ampere
(A)

Precaution

Be sure to clean the interior of the connections prior to installation. Use caution not to twist the joint kit while inserting it, and after it is inserted.
An excessive pressure during installation may break the kit.
Make sure that the double-headed bolts and the red tags are intact.
If proper torqueses are not applied at the connection, it may cause heat during operation.

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. General Data

Grounding and Harmonics


E-Series Bus Duct comes with aluminum housing, and the cross-section area of the housing is over 100% of each
phase conductor. Therefore, the aluminum housing alone works as 100% or more of ground bars, and the housing
also improves the heat radiation of the conductors.

The 200%N type Bus Duct is a nonlinear load bus duct that generates harmonic current. Lately, the needs for non-linear loads at the power distribution
system of buildings are increasing due to the increase of office automation and computer facilities. The harmonic current produced by the system can
flow up to 200% of over current at phase N. The LS C&S 200% N type bus duct is safe to be used at the distribution system where the harmonic current
can be generated.

[3W+GE]

[4W+GE]

[4W(200%N)+GE]

[3W+50%E, 100%E]

[4W+50%E, 100%E]

[4W(200%N) + 50%E]

Plating/Coating

20

Plating

Coating

Standard tin plating is applied at taps, plugs and connections


of conductors using an electroplating method to maintain the
electrical characteristics and to prevent corrosion. Silver plating is
available on request.

In order to improve heat radiation and to prevent corrosion, as


well as to fit in with the surroundings, we treat the surface before
applying polyester-epoxy (hybrid) power coating. A wide range of
color is available to meet the needs of our clients.

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IP Code (Degree of Protection)


International protection degree codes provided by IEC 60529(Degree of Protection Provided by Enclosure-IP Code)
NEMA STANDARD : IP54=NEMA 12, 12K, 13 IP55=NEMA 3, 3X, 3S, 3SX IP66=NEMA 4.4X IP67=NEMA 6
* As the standard differs, it is a similar substitution, not 1:1 substitution.

Gemeral Data

The degree of protection against water of the LS C&S E-Series is a standard IP54; however, it can be adjusted from IP42
to IP65 depending on the environment and on request.

IP
Solid Particle Protection

Liquid Ingress Protection

No Protection

0 No Protection

50mm
()

12mm
()

15

60

15cmmin.

15cm~1m

1m

2.4mm
(, )

1mm
(, )

4
6

1m

Degree of Protection IP54

Degree of Protection IP65

IP54 is applied to the feeder, plug-in and tap-off, and can be


used during water leakages and near sprinklers.

With the IP65 rating, the bus duct is ideal for corrosive environments.
The special sealing between the housing sections seals off water,
dust and gasses.

Indoor and Outdoor Type

Indoor Type

Outdoor Type

IP Code
Degree of Protection
(IP)
IP54

Bus Ducts

Construction Type

Feeder, Plug-in, Riser

Drip-proof / Splash-proof

*Outdoor applications require advanced discussion with the design team.


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Flanged End
Flanged end is connected to either a transformer or a low-tension panel. Dimension details are listed below.
Flanged End(GE)

Flanged End(50%, 100%E)

Flange(AL 4t)

Flange(AL 4t)

Flange(AL 4t)

Flange(AL 4t)

[Fig. E2-1]

Component

[Fig. E2-2]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

[Fig. E2-3]

[Fig. E2-4]

[Fig. E2-5]

Dimension(mm)
t

6.35

6.35

W
41
62
86
108
164
210
(2)126
(2)164
(2)184
(2)210
(3)184
(3)210
41
41
57
73
108
145
195
(2)108
(2)126
(2)145
(2)195
(3)164
(3)195

A
~
~
40
50
60
70
40
60
60
70
60
70
~
~
~
40
50
50
70
50
40
50
70
60
70

Fig.
E2-2

100

E2-3
E2-5
E2-4

130

E2-5

E2-2
100

E2-3
E2-4
E2-5
E2-3
E2-4

130
E2-5

*T: Conductor thickness


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. Component

Feeder
Construction Options
A

34

[Fig. E1-1]

[Fig. E1-2]

W
H

34
t

34

[Fig. E1-3]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

Dimension(mm)
t

6.35

6.35

W
41
62
86
108
164
210
(2)126
(2)164
(2)184
(2)210
(3)184
(3)210
41
41
57
73
108
145
195
(2)108
(2)126
(2)145
(2)195
(3)164
(3)195

Weight(kg/m)
A
107
128
152
174
230
276
352
428
468
520
686
764
107
107
123
139
174
211
261
316
352
390
490
626
719

* H : 107.5(3W+GE, 3W+50%E) / 115(4W+GE, 4W+50%E) / 125(4W+100%E)


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3W
7.58
8.83
10.92
13.40
19.57
23.08
28.94
34.86
38.31
41.81
57.74
64.03
11.91
11.91
14.65
17.65
26.74
31.69
42.69
50.16
57.55
64.82
85.26
108.91
126.89

4W
8.43
10.09
12.14
15.42
20.61
26.23
33.18
42.44
45.40
50.10
68.43
73.61
14.44
14.44
18.25
22.04
31.00
37.39
54.59
63.60
73.16
82.72
109.14
139.27
162.81

4W+50%E
8.79
10.63
12.89
16.36
22.08
28.14
35.38
45.29
48.59
53.75
73.22
81.51
15.65
15.65
20.58
24.60
36.47
44.76
60.25
69.87
80.41
91.17
121.08
154.65
179.83

4W+100%E
9.15
11.17
13.64
17.30
23.55
30.09
37.58
48.14
51.78
57.40
78.01
89.41
16.86
16.86
22.91
27.16
41.94
52.13
65.91
76.14
87.66
99.62
133.02
168.02
196.85

Fig.

E1-1

E1-2

E1-3

E1-1

E1-2

E1-3

. Component

Flanged End
Drilling Pattern for Flanged End
A

B
A

D
B
D

C1

25 25

C1

C2

[Fig. E3-1]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

24

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

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B
122
143
167
189
245
291
367
443
483
535
701
779
122
122
138
154
189
226
276
331
367
405
505
641
734

C2

C1

[Fig. E3-2]

3W Dimension(mm)
A
240
240
240
240
240
240
300
300
300
300
300
300
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
300
300
300
300
300
300

25 25

C1, C2
110
110
110
110
110
110
140
140
140
140
140
140
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
140
140
140
140
140
140

A
340
340
340
340
340
340
430
430
430
430
430
430
340
340
340
340
340
340
340
430
430
430
430
430
430

B
122
143
167
189
245
291
367
443
483
535
701
779
122
122
138
154
189
226
276
331
367
405
505
641
734

C2

[Fig. E3-3]

4W Dimension(mm)
D
152
173
197
219
275
321
199
237
257
283
244
270
152
152
168
184
219
256
306
181
199
218
268
224
255

25 25

C1, C2
160
160
160
160
160
160
205
205
205
205
205
205
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
205
205
205
205
205
205

4W+50%E, 100% E Dimension(mm)


D
152
173
197
219
275
321
199
237
257
283
244
270
152
152
168
184
219
256
306
181
199
218
268
224
255

A
410
410
410
410
410
410
500
500
500
500
500
500
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
500
500
500
500
500
500

B
122
143
167
189
245
291
367
443
483
535
701
779
122
122
138
154
189
226
276
331
367
405
505
641
734

C1
230
230
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
275
275
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
275
275

C2
160
160
160
160
160
160
205
205
205
205
205
205
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
205
205
205
205
205
205

D
152
173
197
219
275
321
199
237
257
283
244
270
152
152
168
184
219
256
306
181
199
218
268
224
255

Fig.

E3-1

E3-2

E3-3

E3-1

E3-2

E3-3

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Flanged End Box / Feed in Box

[Fig. E4-1]

Component

[Fig. E4-2]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

3W Dimension(mm)
A
347
368
392
414
470
516
592
668
708
760
926
1004
347
347
363
379
414
451
501
556
592
630
730
866
959

B
297
318
342
364
420
466
542
618
658
710
876
954
297
297
313
329
364
401
451
506
542
580
680
816
909

C
410
410
410
410
410
410
470
470
470
470
470
470
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
470
470
470
470
470
470

D
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
180X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2
210X2

4W Dimension(mm)
L
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270

A
347
368
392
414
470
516
592
668
708
760
926
1004
347
347
363
379
414
451
501
556
592
630
730
866
959

B
297
318
342
364
420
466
542
618
658
710
876
954
297
297
313
329
364
401
451
506
542
580
680
816
909

C
510
510
510
510
510
510
600
600
600
600
600
600
510
510
510
510
510
510
510
600
600
600
600
600
600

D
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
230X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2
275X2

4W+50%E, 100% E Dimension(mm)


L
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270

A
347
368
392
414
470
516
592
668
708
760
926
1004
347
347
363
379
414
451
501
556
592
630
730
866
959

B
297
318
342
364
420
466
542
618
658
710
876
954
297
297
313
329
364
401
451
506
542
580
680
816
909

C
580
580
580
580
580
580
670
670
670
670
670
670
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
670
670
670
670
670
670

D1
300
300
300
300
300
300
345
345
345
345
345
345
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
345
345
345
345
345
345

D2
230
230
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
275
275
230
230
230
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
275
275

L
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270
270

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. Component

Fittings
E-Series Bus Duct has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any layout of buildings. Elbow angles other than a ninety degree
angles are also available. Fitting designs are shown in the following figures, and they consist of the source-side and the
load-side. Offset or combination elbows can be used where standard elbows are not feasible.
(Dimensions for each fitting are shown in the following figures. Contact our design team for a minimum dimension.)

Elbow

Offset

[Horizontal]

[Horizontal]

[Vertical]

[Vertical]

Vertical Elbow

Vertical Offset

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

26

Dimension(mm)
X

630~1,250

500

500

1,600~3,200

600

600

3,600~4,000

700

700

5,000~6,300

800

800

630~2,000

500

500

2,500~4,000

600

600

5,000~6,300

700

700

7,500

800

800

E-series LS C&S-Busway System

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

Dimension(mm)
X

630~1,250

500

150

500

1,600~3,200

600

150

600

3,600~4,000

700

150

700

5,000~6,300

800

150

800

630~2,000

500

150

500

3,000~4,000

600

150

600

5,000~6,300

700

150

700

7,500

800

150

800

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Combination
Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630~1,250

500

500

500

1,600~3,200

600

600

600

3,600~4,000

700

700

700

5,000~6,300

800

800

800

630~2,000

500

500

500

3,000~4,000

600

600

600

5,000~6,300

700

700

700

7,500

800

800

800

Component

Tee
[Horizontal]

[Vertical]
600

600

600
600

600
600

Vertical Tee
Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630~1,250

500

500

500

1,600~3,200

600

600

600

3,600~4,000

700

700

700

5,000~6,300

800

800

800

630~2,000

500

500

500

3,000~4,000

600

600

600

5,000~6,300

700

700

700

7,500

800

800

800

E-series LS C&S-Busway System

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. Component

Fittings
Expansion
The fitting is designed to allow a 60mmextension of a straight line.
Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)
630~7,500

1,500

360

Reducer
A reducer is used to connect a large capacity bus duct and a small capacity bus duct.
It can be used for an economical setup to distribute loads.

Primary

Ampere(A)
Secondary

1,000

Dimension(mm)
X

630~800

1,250

800~1,000

1,600

1,000~1,250

2,000

1,250~1,600

2,500

1,600~2,000

3,200

2,000~2,500

4,000

2,500~3,200

5,000

3,200~4,000

6,300

4,000~5,000

7,500

5,000~6,300

1,000

*Any change made to load distribution or to capacities follows inner line regulations. An overcurrent circuit
breaker can be installed on request.

Phase Transformation Feeder


A phase transformation feeder is used when the setup transforms
the phase.

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Hanger
Vertical Mounting Hangers
Spring hangers are used to support the bus ducts between floors. The number of springs depends on the weight of the installed ducts and plug-in boxes.
A medium hanger should be installed if the height between the floors exceeds 4.5 meters, and the height of the installed spring hangers can be easily
adjusted. Rigid hangers (no spring type) are used on the lowest floor, and they can be used instead of spring hangers depending on the set up design.

Component

[Rigid Hanger]

[Spring Hanger]

Rigid Hanger

[1 Row]

[2 Row]

[Side View]

[2 Row]

[Side View]

Spring Hanger

[1 Row]

* Hangers with more than 2 rows depending on the installation environment are also available on request.
Please contact the design team for further information.
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. Component

Hanger
Horizontal Hangers
General Hangers
The standard installation method for these hangers is to install them horizontally at 1.5 meters intervals. They generally require 12mm diameter stud bolts.

[Flatwise]

[Edgewise]
Hanger Rod

Hanger Rod

Hanger Clamp
Hanger Clamp

Spring Nut

Spring Nut

Wall Bracket
Wall brackets can be installed on a wall where general hangers are not feasible.

[Flatwise]

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[Edgewise]

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Plug-in Unit
Straight Lengths: Plug-in/Tap-off Intervals
This bus dust comes with an overcurrent blocking device (MCCB, fuse) in order to protect the wires while distributing loads.
The required minimum intervals of a plug-in(800A or less)and a tap-off(1000A, 1250A) are shown below. A length longer than
the required minimum intervals can be predestinated on request.

Plug-in Feeder
Plug-in Hole Intervals(P)
(mm)
650
650
900
1000
1300

Plug-in Box

50, 65, 100


250
400
630, 800
1000, 1250

Hole Pitch (P)

MCCB Frame
(AF)

Component

MCCB Frame
(AF)
50, 65, 100
250
400
630, 800
1000, 1250

Dimensions(mm)
W
3W
200
200
250
350
400

4W
250
250
300
400
450

220
220
220
220
220

450
450
750
800
1200

Fig.

E5-2
E5-3
[Fig. E5-1]

[Fig. E5-2]

[Fig. E5-3]

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. Component

Plug-in Unit
Plug-in Box Attachment Specifications
Attachments such as CT, TD and PT can be installed in a plug-in box to control and to supervise the current,
voltage and wattage remotely.

Production Specifications on the Doors


Various design of doors for the plug-in box is available to satisfy the demands of our clients.
The available types are shown below.

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External handle

Push Button

Exte
External
al llever interlock
int lock

Bolt Fastening

Key Lock

Outlet

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Etc.
Wall Flange
A wall flange is used to seal the gaps produced during installation of bus ducts at the walls, ceilings and floor. The standard
dimensions of a wall opening should be 30mm larger than the external dimensions of the E-Series Bus Duct.

Wall Flange
Glass Wool(out of scope)
Fire Foam(out of scope)

Component

Floor Openings
The standard dimensions of a floor opening should be 30mm larger than the external dimensions of the E-Series Bus Duct.

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Component

Etc.
The Required Minimum Distances from a Wall for Heat Dissipation
The required minimum distances between a bus duct and a wall, or a ceiling are shown below.

250mm

100mm

BEAM

100mm

200mm

100mm
100mm

100mm

The required minimum distances between bus ducts


The required minimum distances between bus ducts are shown below.

P2

P1

P3

200

100

100

200

3W and 3W

Standard Dimension (mm)


3W and 4W

4W and 4W

P1

110

135

130

P2

150

175

180

P3

190

215

230

200

*Outdoor installation requires a further discussion with our design team about proper distance.

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. Technical Data

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Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a bus duct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and copper
conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin)


Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
Actual voltage Drop = x Vd x

Actual load current


Actual length of the line (m)
x
Rated load current
100m

(Load Constant) = 1, concentrated load


(a place such as an electrical room)

= 0.5, Distributed load


(a place such as a vertical section)

Ampere(A)

CU

tF : Flanged End (panel connections)


tP : Plug-in Unit

10-3 /100m, 60Hz

Voltage Drop(V/100m)

0.7

0.8

0.9

13.98
7.97
6.83
5.55
3.82
3.08
2.40
1.91
1.72
1.54
1.15
1.02
7.49
7.49
5.49
4.39
3.10
2.40
1.86
1.54
1.35
1.20
0.93
0.73
0.62

4.07
2.62
2.21
1.82
1.23
1.00
0.80
0.61
0.55
0.50
0.37
0.33
4.07
3.84
2.99
2.45
1.71
1.35
1.05
0.85
0.74
0.67
0.52
0.39
0.35

14.56
8.39
7.18
5.84
4.02
3.24
2.53
2.00
1.81
1.62
1.21
1.08
8.53
8.42
6.25
5.03
3.54
2.76
2.13
1.76
1.54
1.37
1.06
0.83
0.71

13.85
10.32
11.02
11.22
9.85
9.96
9.74
9.82
9.99
9.93
9.24
10.41
8.90
11.07
10.35
10.44
9.40
9.17
8.87
9.34
9.20
9.13
8.84
8.62
8.83

14.87
11.01
11.77
11.97
10.52
10.63
10.39
10.48
10.67
10.60
9.87
11.11
9.21
11.50
10.72
10.78
9.72
9.46
9.16
9.66
9.51
9.42
9.13
8.93
9.12

15.66
11.52
12.32
12.52
11.02
11.12
10.86
10.98
11.18
11.09
10.34
11.63
9.30
11.67
10.82
10.86
9.80
9.53
9.22
9.75
9.60
9.49
9.19
9.02
9.18

15.25
11.04
11.84
12.01
10.60
10.67
10.40
10.56
10.74
10.64
9.94
11.16
8.18
10.38
9.52
9.50
8.60
8.32
8.06
8.55
8.42
8.29
8.03
7.97
8.02

E-series LS C&S-Busway System

Technical Data

AL

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

F P

Component

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. Technical Data

Technical Data
Short Circuit Strength
LS C&S Bus Duct has been tested under actual short circuit conditions according to IEC 61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2]
at KEMA and ASTA. The result and the graph are shown below.

Phase to Phase Short Circuit Ratings


Ampere(A)
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

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AL (kA)
1 sec
24
42
50
62
95
121
132
169
200
200
200
-

CU (kA)
3 sec
14
24
29
36
55
70
76
97
140
150
150
-

1 sec
36
36
51
65
95
129
150
191
200
200
200
200

3 sec
21
21
29
37
55
75
107
110
149
200
200
200

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Temperature Rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise limit of the bus duct is
designed that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current , the temperature limit values of the housing are within 55K as specified in IEC61439-2
and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2].

Technical Data

-Joint-

80
70
Temperature()

60

50
40

4
7 8
5 6

30

20
10
0

Classification

Sensor Location
Temperature Rise
Value

3
4
Time(hr)

Connection Conductor
58K

64K

60K

9
Ambient
Temperature

31K

31K

24

Housing
40K

32K

31K

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V. Install Information

Joint Connection

Both parts should be aligned at the top and the bottom and the left and
the right as well as horizontally and vertically. (This also applies to the joint
connection of the horizontal and vertical ducts.) Make sure that the joint kit
is not tilted. (We recommend a jig tool for the installation.)

Using a torque wrench, slowly tighten the exposed bolt head of a double head
bolt. The double head bolt head is designed to break off at 800~1000Kgf cm.
Continue tightening the exposed head until it breaks off.

Once the exposed head and the red tag attached to it have been cut off, a red line should be visible, which means they are properly connected. Be sure
to check the distance from the housing, and the gaps between the conductors at the kit after the installation.

Before applying the connection cover, check the space between the
end block and the holes of the connection cover. The red line should be
visible through the transparent cap.

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Perform the last inspection of the connection.

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Certification & Specification

KEMA Certification (Ex-way)

KS Certification(E-series)

UL Certification (Ex-way)

CCC Certification(E-series)

Dust and Water Proof Certification


(E-series)

Fire Proof Certification (Ef-way)

Fire Sprinkler Certification (Ef-way)

Certification &
Specification

ASTA Certification (Ex-way)

Intall
Information

ASTA Certification (Ez-way)

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Certification & Specification

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Quake Proof(E-series)

TUV Eco Friendly Certification


(Ef-way)

ISO14001

OHSAS18001

E-series LS C&S-Busway System

ISO9001

Mini- way

LS Busduct System Catalogue

02 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. General Data

16

III. Component
- Feeder
- Flanged End
- Fittings
- Hanger
- Plug-In Unit
- Etc

21
22
24
26
27
28

IV. Technical Data


- Impedance
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

29
29
30

V. Install Information
- Joint Connection

31

VI. Certification & Specification

32

I. Introduction

Overview
Mini-way
LSC&S Mini-way is an air insulation type bare conductor bus duct, and designed for low currents at AC 1000V or less or between 160A and 800A.
Each conductor is compounded with a class B rating insulating material (thermal class 130 C) and using a joint kit system
at the joint connections provides easy installation of feeders.
The mini-way comes with an IP54 rating and is water proof which reduces malfunction during operation caused by water leakage.

Safe and Efficient Distribution System


LS C&S Mini-Way is suitable for lager modern structures such as apartment complexes,
factories, shopping malls, and data center server roomss because of easy load distribution,
extension and installation. Our highly experienced and well-trained professionals can design
highly efficient products which will harmonize with surroundings
rroundings and other equipments.

Easy Installation
The light weight of LS C&S Mini-Way enables easy transnsportation and installation, and employing the joint kit
system provides easy installation of the feeders.

Excellent Performance
LS C&S Mini-Way follows the IEC standard, and has
designed the cross-section, conductor support and housusing shape according to the regulations of temperature.
Therefore it has efficient voltage drop and high short
circuit strength.

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Introduction

Application
Data Center
Supply power to computer equipments at each rack in the
server room.
Distribution boards or modular racks are not necessary.
Consist of two lines of general use and emergency use.

Apartments and Apartment and Commercial Complexes


Vertical bus ducts can be installed at the EPS room.
Provides better space efficiency than cables
Multi-box can be applied

Large Shopping Centers


Can be applied at the low capacity lines of department stores,
supermarkets and shopping malls
Provides better space efficiency than cables

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. General Data

Plug-in Hole

Plug-in Box

Joint Kit

Weight

Environmentally Friendly

The wonderfully light weight of the Mini-Way was


possible due to aluminum housing, optimizing the
cross sectional areas and light weight components.

The LS C&S Bus Ducts acquired RoHS certification, and


only uses components without hazardous substances
such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and
PBDEs.

Short Circuit Strength

Standard

Thanks to the optimum design of the conductor


shapes, and predestinated space between support
insulations, the Mini-Way can withstand mechanical
and thermal stress when a short circuit occurs.

IEC 61439-2 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-1]


Power Switchgear and Controlgear Assemblies
IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-2]
Busbar Trunking Systems
NSEN 60439 Busways
NEMA BU 1.1 Busways

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Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The cross sectional areas of the conductor and housing


profile are designed to meet the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC 61439-2 and 6. Therefore
the temperature rise limit of the housing is within 55K
or less of the ambient temperature.

Ambient Temperature : -15 Celsius to 55 Celsius


Relative Humidity : 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment does
meet the requirements listed above, please contact our
design team.)

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Joint Kit

Gemeral Data

Elbow

Feeder

Conductors

Housing

The Mini-Way uses either copper conductors with


conductivity over 99%, or aluminum conductors with
conductivity over 61%. The connection of the conductors is
tin-plated in order to reduce contact resistance and to
prevent to corrosion of the connection. (A silver plated
option is available.)

The Mini-Way uses an effective heat radiating aluminum


housing profile which produces an excellent mechanical
strength and heat radiation. The aluminum housing can
be used as a protective conductor (PE) thanks to its high
level conductivity and cross sectional areas.

Insulation Properties

Joint Kit

The Mini-Way uses the air insulation system. The


insulation of thermal rating Class B (130 C) provides
high insulation performance between conductors
and between conductors and housing. In order to
secure the stability of conductor support and high
short circuit performance, the design is following
CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) instructions.

The Mini-Way uses joint kit to connect the bus ducts.


In order to ensure easy maintenance and reliability,
double-headed bolts and visible labels (red tags) are
used to check the application, and a disc spring allows
even connection of the contact surface.(Connecting
torque 800~1000kgf.cm)The joint plate of the joint kit is
tin plated in order to prevent discoloration and corrosion.
(A silver plated option is available.)

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. General Data

General Concept
LSC&S Mini-Way is an air insulation type bare conductor bus duct, and it supports each phase with Class B rating insulating
material (thermal class 130 Celsius). It is designed for AC 1000V or less or between 160A and 800A. It also comes with a joint
kit system and standard IP54 rating.

Configration

[3W+GE]

[4W+GE]

[3W+50%E]

[4W+50%E]

[3W+100%E]

[4W+100%E]

*Special capacity such as 4W(200%N)+100%E at [Cu 160~400A] can be produced on request.

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Grounding Capacity
The aluminum housing of the Mini-Way is designed to perform as a grounding conductor within the rated current. In
case 50~100% more grounding capacity is needed, an internal grounding conductor can be added without changing
the existing design.
Gemeral Data

Housing

[General Earth]
Housing

50% Earth

[50% Earth]
Housing

50% Earth

50% Earth

[100% Earth]

Note
The aluminum housing itself acts as a grounding conductor and improves heat-radiation of conductors. The light weight of the mini-way was possible thanks
to the innovated design to reduce the weight.

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IP Code (Degree of Protection)


IP Code is an international protection degree code provided by IEC 60529(Degree of Protection Provided by Enclosure-IP Code)
NEMA STANDARD: IP54=NEMA 12, 12K, 13 IP55=NEMA 3, 3X, 3S, 3SX IP66=NEMA 4.4X IP67=NEMA 6
* As the standard differs, it is a similar substitution, nota 1:1 substitution.

The degree of protection against water of the Mini-Way is a standard IP54; however, it can be adjusted up to IP65.
An additional sealing using high strength silicon is also available at the joint connections between the housing and the
connection cover on request.

IP
Solid Particle Protection

Liquid Ingress Protection

No Protection

0 No Protection

Protection against 50mm


diameter solid particles.
(back of a hand)

Protected against
falling drops of water.

Protected against
low pressure jets of water
from all directions.

Protection against 12mm


solid particles. (fingers)

Protected against falling


drops of water with an
enclosure tilted at a 15degree
angle from a vertical line

Protected against
strong jets of water
from all directions.

Protected against
spray sat a 60degree
angle from a vertical line

15cmmin.

Protected against the effects


of immersion between
15.0 centimeters and 1.0 meter.

1m

Protected against
longer periods of immersion
under pressure.

Protection against 2.4mm


solid particles.
(tools or thick wires)

Protection against 1mm


solid particles.
(tools or most wires)

Protection against dust.

4
6

Complete protection
against dust.

Protected against
water splashed from
all directions.

1m

Plating and Coating

20

Plating

Coating

Standard tin plating is applied at taps, plugs and connections


of conductors using an electroplating method to maintain the
electrical characteristics and to prevent corrosion. Silver plating is
available on request.

In order to improve the heat radiation and to prevent corrosion, as


well as to fit in with the surroundings, we treat the surface before
applying polyester-epoxy (hybrid) power coating. A wide range of
color is available to meet the needs of our clients.

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Feeder
Although the standard length of the Mini-Way is 3 meters, it can be adjusted to the installation
environment on request.

Gemeral Data
Component

[3W]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

[4W]

Dimension (mm)
W
A

3W

Weight (kg/m)
4W
4W + 50%E

4W + 100%E

160

20

87

5.3

5.6

5.8

5.9

250

30

87

5.8

6.3

6.5

6.7

107

6.9

7.7

8.1

8.4

400

6.35

50

165

630

70

127

7.9

9.1

9.6

10.1

800

95

152

9.2

10.9

11.5

12.2

160

20

87

5.8

6.3

6.8

7.2

250

30

87

6.8

7.6

8.3

9.1

400

6.35

50

165

107

8.1

9.4

10.6

11.9

630

50

107

12.8

15.6

16.9

18.1

800

70

127

16.2

20.1

21.9

23.7

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. Component

Flanged End

50
150
200

12

70

W
[]

50
150
200
70

A
[3W+50%E]

12

40

50

[4W+GE]

150
200

[3W+GE]

20

20

40

50
150
200

The flanged end is connected to either a transformer or a panel.


Dimension details are shown below.

[]

[4W+50%E]

Dimension(mm)
Ampere(A)

t
160
400

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100

100

70
95

160

20

250

*t : thickness of a conductor

4W

50

800

400

3W

30
6.35

630

CU

20

250
AL

30
6.35

50

630

50

800

70

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Drilling Pattern for Flanged

50

Component

Ampere(A)

AL

Dimension(mm)
A

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

160

200

70

160

200

70

250

200

70

250

200

70

400

220

400

220

630

240

100

630

220

80

800

265

125

800

240

100

340

80

370

CU

340

80

370

Flanged End Box


Ampere(A)

500
L
AL

B A

D
C

CU

Dimension(mm)
W

160

20

190

130

250

30

200

140

400

50

220

160

630

6.35

70

240

180

800

95

265

205

160

20

190

130

250

30

200

140

50

220

160

630

50

220

160

800

70

240

180

400

6.35

510

450

270

510

450

270

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. Component

Fittings
E-Series Bus Duct has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any layout of buildings. Elbow angles other than 90 degrees are also
available. Fitting designs are shown in the following figures, and they consist of the source-side and the load-side. Offset
or combination elbows can be used where standard elbows are not feasible.(Dimensions for each fitting are shown in the
following figures. Contact our design team for a minimum dimension.)

Elbow
w
[Vertical]
cal]

[Horizontal]

Y
X

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

500

500

160 ~ 800

500

500

Offset
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]
Y

X
X

Z
Z

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

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Dimension(mm)
X

500

500

500

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

Dimension(mm)
X

500

500

500

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[Vertical]

[Horizontal]
Z
Z

Y
X

160 ~ 800

500

500

500

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

500

500

500

Combination

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

Ampere(A)

Component

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

Dimension(mm)
X

500

500

500

Dimension(mm)
H_AL

H_CU

160

134

134

250

144

144

400

164

164

630

184

164

800

209

184

Z
Y

Ampere(A)
160 ~ 800

Dimension(mm)
X

500

500

500

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. Component

Hanger
Bus ducts installed on the ceilings, floors, walls and beams are usually supported by stud bolts, system channels, angles
and channels. Various types of hangers are available depending on the installation condition or environment. (Please contact our design team for further information about hanger types and installation.)

Horizontal Hangers
[Flatwise]

[Edgewise]

Hanger Rod 12

Hanger Clamp

Hanger Rod 12

Hanger Clamp

Vertical Hangers
[Rigid Hanger]

Base Channel

- Front Type -

- Side Type -

- Front Type -

- Side Type -

[Spring Hanger]

Base Channel

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Plug-in Unit
The position of the plug-in distribution location will be decided according to the installation environment and on
request. The standard length of the feeders is 3 meters, and a maximum of 8 plug-in holes can be made on a 3 meter
feeder. In order to secure the smooth access between the plug-in brushes and feeders, a guide pin has been attached

Guide Pin

Guide Pin Hole

Component

Plug-in Box
Attachments such as CT, TD and PT can be installed in a plug-in box to control and to supervise current, voltage and wattage remotely.

Production Specifications for the Doors


Various design of doors for the plug-in box is available to satisfy the demands of our clients.
The available types are shown below.

External handle

Push Button

External lever interlock

Bolt FFastening
teni

Key Lock

Outlet
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. Component

Etc.
Wall Flange

Floor Opening
Wall Flange

Wall Open Size


Cut Out

Fire Foam
(out of scope)

Floor Opening Size


Cut Out

W+160

W+60
W

30

W+60

30

W+10
H+160

H+10
H+60

30
H H+60
30
Glass Wool
(out of scope)

W : The width of the product (165mm)


H : The height of the product
(It is decided by a rated current.)

A wall flange is used to seal the gaps produced during installation of bus ducts at the walls,
ceilings and floors.
W : The width of the product (165mm)
H : The height of the product (It is decided by a rated current.)

,
,
,

250mm

Beam

,
,
,


 

100
Joint Point

100

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100

200

100

The Required Minimum Distances from a Wall for Heat Dissipation

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Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a bus duct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and copper conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between the upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin)


Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
Actual voltage Drop = x Vd x

Actual load current


Actual length of the line (m)
x
Rated load current
100m

(Load Constant) = 1, concentrated load


F

= 0.5, Distributed load


(a place such as a vertical section)

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

10-3 /100m, 60Hz

tF : Flanged End (panel connections)


tP : Plug-in Unit

Voltage Drop(V/100m)

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.0

66.4
32
15.3
6.7
5.0
82.2
35.1
17.6
5.9
4.4

18.1
15.1
13.8
8.0
6.5
20.9
17.6
13.7
9.8
8.1

68.8
35.4
20.6
10.5
8.2
84.8
36.3
22.3
11.4
9.2

8.72
9.15
10.74
11.38
11.28
9.17
9.64
11.24
12.14
12.25

9.15
9.42
10.76
11.11
10.95
9.56
9.80
11.34
11.56
11.57

9.40
9.44
10.42
10.41
10.16
9.73
9.68
11.10
10.44
10.33

8.82
8.13
8.19
7.32
6.92
8.75
8.04
8.96
6.42
6.05

Technical Data

160
250
400
630
800
160
250
400
630
800

F P

Component

(a place such as an electrical room)

Short Circuit Strength


LS C&S Bus Duct has been tested under actual short circuit conditions according to IEC 61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2] at KEMA.
The result and the graph are shown below. Phase to Phase Short Circuit Ratings

Ampere (A)
160
250
400
630
800

AL(kA)
1 sec.
10
10
25
30
40

CU(kA)
3 sec.
6
6
15
17
23

1 sec.
10
10
25
30
40

3 sec.
6
6
15
17
23
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. Technical Data

Technical Data
Temperature Rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise
limit of the bus duct is designed so that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current, the temperature limit values of the
housing are within 55K as specified in IEC61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2].

4
7

8
6

-Joint-

80

2 3
1

Temperature()

70
4

60

7 8

50
40

5
6

30

20
10
0

Classification

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3
4
Time(hr)

75K

79K

80K

Connection Conductor

Censer Location
Temperature Rise
Value

Ambient
Temperature

Housing
61K

39K

32K

52K

53K

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Joint Connection
2

Both parts should be aligned at the top and the bottom and the left and
the right as well as horizontally and vertically. (This also applies to the joint
connection of the horizontal and vertical ducts.) Make sure that the joint
kit is not tilted. (We recommend a jig tool for the installation.)

Using a torque wrench, slowly tighten the exposed bolt head of a


double head bolt. The double head bolt head is designed to break
off at 800~1000Kgfcm. Continue tightening the exposed head until
it breaks off.

Once the exposed head and the red tag attached to it have been cut off,
a red line should be visible, which means they are properly connected.

Be sure to check the distance from the housing, and the gaps between the
conductors at the kit after the installation.

Before applying the connection cover, check the space between the end
block and the holes of the connection cover.

Perform the last inspection of the connection. (Follow the instruction of


the installation manual for additional sealing according to the IP Code)

Technical Data

Intall
Information

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VI. Certification & Specification

Certification & Specification

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Refractoriness Certification

Dust proof and Water proof


Certification

TUV Eco Friendly Certification

KEMA Certification

KEMA Certification

KEMA Certification

ISO9001

ISO14001

OHSAS18001

Mini-way LS C&S-Busway System

LT- WAY

LS Busduct System Catalogue

03 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. General Data

16

III. Component
- Feeder
- Feed in Unit
- Flexible Fitting
- End Cover
- Hanger
- Plug In Unit

19
22
23
24
24
25

IV. Technical Data


- Impedance
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

26
26
27

V. Install Information
- Joint Connection
- Plug-in Unit Installation

28
28

VI. Certification & Specification

29

I. Introduction

Overview
About LT-Way
LSC&S LT-Way is designed for small capacity loads of 25 to 63A such as lamp circuits. It is also designed to blend in well with the existing facilities, while
providing the optimum power supply system. The LT-Way comes with the optimized cross sectional areas as well as stable design of conductors and
housing, which provide efficient heat-radiating property specified in IEC heat regulations. The LT-Way also comes with a high degree of protection with
standard IP54. The design can be applied in a special environment such as greenhouses and clean-rooms. Its adaptability to frequent alterations of a
layout makes it a perfect product.

Safe and Efficient Distribution System


LS C&S LT-Way is designed for small lines or lamp circuits at buildings, factories and shopping malls.
The plug and the outlet attached to the LT-Way provide easy management of load distribution.

Environmentally Friendly
The LS C&S LT-Way is an environmentally friendly product following
ng the
RoHS regulation, and only uses components without hazardous substances.
tances.

Easy Installation
The light weight of LS C&S Mini-Way enables easy transportation
and installation, and employing the joint brush system makes
it easy to take apart and assemble. The plug-in load distribution
provides easier maintenance and installation compare to cables.

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Introduction

Application
Major Supermarkets
Can be used as lighting system in the store.

Factory Production
Can be used as lighting system for production lines.
Excellent flexibility and adaptability to layout changes.

Basement Parking
Can be used as lighting system for basement parking space of
large buildings, apartments and commercial complexes.

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. General Data

Plug-in Hole

Plug-in Unit

Feed-in Unit

16

Weight

Environmentally Friendly

The compact and light weight design of aluminum


pressing-out type housing is suitable for low capacity
power lines between 25 to 63A.

The LS C&S Bus Ducts acquired RoHS certification, and


only uses components without hazardous substances
such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and
PBDEs.

Easy Load Distribution

Standard

Each feeder (3 meters) can have a maximum 10 load


distributions installed, and provide them easily.

IEC 61439-2 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-1]


Power Switchgear and Controlgear Assemblies
IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-2]
Busbar Trunking Systems

Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The cross sectional areas of the conductor and housing


profile are designed to meet the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC 61439-2 and 6. Therefore
the temperature rise limit of the housing is within 55K
or less of the ambient temperature.

Ambient Temperature : -15 Celsius to 55 Celsius


Relative Humidity : 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment does
meet the requirements listed above, please contact our
design team.)

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Plug-in Unit

Gemeral Data

Feeder
Flexible Fitting

Conductors

Housing

The conductor uses over 99 percent pure copper flat


wire consisting of 2 or 4 fibers. Elongated marks have
been etched in order to prevent slips when pressed.
The LT-Way comes with high molecule insulation
of a fire proof grade A rating. The intervals between
insulations have been designed for the optimum
functionality as specified in CAE (Computer Aided
Engineering).

The high strength aluminum housing can be used


as a protective conductor (PE) due to its high level
conductivity and mechanical strength. Variety of
coating options for the housing is available on request.

Insulation

Joint Brush

Other than the connections and the PH, the conductor


has been insulated which prevent accidents caused by
impacts. The insulation uses PVC which has the fire proof
grade A rating (105 ) according to IEC regulations.

The Joint brush can be safely and easily connected


with a live wire. Optional double cover is available.
The double enhances the strength against impacts.

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. General Data

Basic Structure
LT-Way comes with flat-wire, and suitable for small loads or lamp loads of 690V 25 to 63A. Each phase has been wrapped
with PVC, an electric insulation with an A rating (fire proof grade 105 Celsius) or higher, and the same rating insulation supports them.

Configration

Phase : (PH + N + PE)


Wire : 2
Tier : 1

Phase : (3PH + N + PE)


(PH + N + PE)
Wire : 6
Tier : 2

Phase : (3PH + N + PE)


Wire : 4
Tier : 1

Phase : (3PH + N + PE) x 2


Wire : 8
Tier : 2

Phase : (PH + N + PE) x 2


Wire : 4
Tier : 2

Phase : (3PH + N + PE)


Wire : 4
Tier : 2
*It only applies to the special capacity (63A).

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Feeder

Gemeral Data

The standard length of feeders is either 3 meters or 1.5 meters,


ch side of a
and 5 plug-in holes can be applied on each
3 meter feeder (maximum 10 holes).
For a 1.5 meter feeder, 3 plug-in holes cann be applied
on each side (maximum 6 holes).

Component

1500
250

500

500

250

1500
375

750

375

W
3000
300

600

600

600

600

300

3000
500

1000

1000

500

3000
750

1500

750

Dimension(mm)

Ampere(A)

25
CU

40
63

1.8

30

50

2.8

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Component

Feeder
A single housing can handle two lines (R, S, T, NX2), and the 3-phase 4-wire system supplies larger capacity than a single
phase which decrease the line imbalance.

Standard of Product

Ampere
A

Wire
W

Tier
Tier

Length
mm

Plug-in hole
EA

25

3000

25

3000

Weight
g/m

Cat No.
No.
LSLT F252130
LSLT F252132

2355
25

3000

LSLT F252133

25

3000

LSLT F252135

25

1500

LSLT F252112
1260

STD. Feeder
(Ph + N + PE)

1500

LSLT F252113

40

3000

LSLT F402130

40

3000

LSLT F402132
2520

40

3000

LSLT F402133

40

3000

LSLT F402135

40

1500

LSLT F402112
1340

40

1500

LSLT F402113

25

3000

LSLT F254130

25

3000

LSLT F254132
2615

25

3000

LSLT F254133

25

3000

LSLT F254135

25

1500

LSLT F254112
1390

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N + PE)

25

1500

LSLT F254113

40

3000

LSLT F404130

40

3000

LSLT F404132

40

3000

40

3000

LSLT F404134

40

3000

LSLT F404135

40

1500

2970

LSLT F404133

LSLT F404112
1565

40

1500

LSLT F404113

63

3000

LSLTF634130

63

3000

LSLTF634132
3860

STD.Feeder
(3Ph+N+PE)

63

3000

LSLTF634133

63

1500

LSLTF634135

63

1500

LSLTF634112
2010

63

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Standard of Product

STD. Feeder
(Ph + N + PE) x 2

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N + PE) x 2

Wire
W

Tier
Tier

Length
mm

Plug-in hole
EA

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

1500

25

1500

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

1500

40

1500

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

1500

25

1500

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

1500

40

1500

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

3000

25

1500

25

1500

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

3000

40

1500

40

1500

Weight
g/m

Cat No.
No.
LSLT F256230

2615

LSLT F256232
LSLT F256233
LSLT F256235

1390

LSLT F256212
LSLT F256213
LSLT F406230

2970

Component

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N + PE)(Ph + N + PE)

Ampere
A

LSLT F406232
LSLT F406233
LSLT F406235

1565

LSLT F406212
LSLT F406213
LSLT F256230

2890

LSLT F256232
LSLT F256233
LSLT F256235

1525

LSLT F256212
LSLT F256213
LSLT F406230

3415

LSLT F406232
LSLT F406233
LSLT F406235

1790

LSLT F406212
LSLT F406213
LSLT F258230

3175

LSLT F258232
LSLT F258233
LSLT F258235

1670

LSLT F258212
LSLT F258213
LSLT F408230

3860

LSLT F408232
LSLT F408233
LSLT F408235

2010

LSLT F408212
LSLT F408213

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Component

Feed in Unit

69

The feed in unit connects cables and the LT-Way. It can connect a maximum 10mm and is
used at the opening and ending points of source and load system.

347

69

90

271

90

Standard of Product

STD. Feeder
(Ph + N +PE)

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE)

Ampere

Wire

Tier

Source/Load

Weight

Tier

No.

Source/Load
Source

g/m

25

500

LSLT U2521S

25

Load

600

LSLT U2521L

40

Source

515

LSLT U4021S

40

Load

515

LSLT U4021L

25

Source

515

LSLT U2541S

25

Load

515

LSLT U2541L

40

Source

550

LSLT U4041S

40

Load

550

LSLT U4041L

63

Source

615

LSLTU6341S

63

Load

615

LSLTU6341L

Source

515

LSLT U2542S

25
STD. Feeder
(Ph + N +PE) x 2

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE) x 2

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25

Load

515

LSLT U2542L

40

Source

550

LSLT U4042S

40

Load

550

LSLT U4042L

Source

530

LSLT U2562S

25
STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE)
(Ph + N + PE)

Cat No.

25

Load

530

LSLT U2562L

40

Source

580

LSLT U4062S

40

Load

580

LSLT U4062L

25

Source

545

LSLT U2582S

25

Load

545

LSLT U2582L

40

Source

615

LSLT U4082S

40

Load

615

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Flexible Fitting

53

The flexible fitting rotates 180, and used to adjust the height or bypass a route.
The fixing method is the same as the feeder, and the standard length is 0.5m and 1m.

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500
105

1000

Component

605

Standard of Product

STD. Feeder
(Ph + N +PE)

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE)

STD. Feeder
(Ph + N +PE) x 2

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE)
(Ph + N + PE)

STD. Feeder
(3Ph + N +PE) x 2

Ampere

Wire

Tier

Length

Weight

Cat No.

Tier

mm

g/m

No.

25

500

585

LSLT X25210

25

1000

1010

LSLT X25211

40

500

610

LSLT X40210

40

1000

1060

LSLT X40211

25

500

630

LSLT X25410

25

1000

1100

LSLT X25411

40

500

615

LSLT X40410

40

1000

1195

LSLT X40411

63

500

815

LSLTX63410

63

1000

1465

LSLTU63411

25

500

630

LSLT X25420

25

1000

1110

LSLT X25421

40

500

615

LSLT X40420

40

1000

1195

LSLT X40421

25

500

675

LSLT X25620

25

1000

1185

LSLT X25621

40

500

745

LSLT X40620

40

1000

1330

LSLT X40621

25

500

720

LSLT X25820

25

1000

1275

LSLT X25821

40

500

815

LSLT X40820

40

1000

1465

LSLT X40821

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Component

End Cover

53

The end cover is applied at the end of a rail,


and the capacity for the covers is the same.

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Capacity

Source/Load

Cat No.

Source / Load

No.

25

Source

LSLT ES

25

Load

LSLT EL

40

Source

LSLT ES

40

Load

LSLT EL

63

Source

LSLT ES

63

Load

LSLT EL

53

33

93

33

Hanger
General Type

Direct Type

Product

Install Method

Maximum
Load
kg

General Type

It is installed at the
hanging bolt.

60

Direct Type

It is installed at the
fixing band.

60

The hangers are designed to install the bus ducts at buildings.


They can be either installed directly to the ceiling, or at the hanger rods.
The standard installation interval between hangers is 1.5 meters.
Caution) When the hangers are used to fix lamps, avoid the joint connections.

Note
Please contact out design team if a special type of hangers (Tee or Reducer) are required due to the installation environment.

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Plug-in Unit
The load distribution system can be either installed or removed with a live line. The unit is a double-sided
clamp to connect a conductor, and incombustible materials have been used for the insulation and plastic
Phase Joint Type
It is usually used for single phase products,
and the design maximizes the convenience.

Capacity(A)

10/16A

10/16A

Fuse

10/16A

Phase
L1+N
L2+N
L3+N
L1+N
L2+N
L3+N
L1+L2
L1+L3
L2+L3
L1+L2+L3+N
L1+N
L2+N
L3+N
L1+L2
L1+L3
L2+L3
L1+L2+L3+N

Cat No. (No)


LSLT P10F1
LSLT P10F2
LSLT P10F3
LSLT P10S1
LSLT P10S2
LSLT P10S3
LSLT P10S12
LSLT P10S13
LSLT P10S23
LSLT P10S4
LSLT P10FU1
LSLT P10FU2
LSLT P10FU3
LSLT P10FU12
LSLT P10FU13
LSLT P10FU23
LSLT P10FU4

Phase Selection Type

Fuse Type

The adaptability of this type provides options to select a suitable phase


depending on the situation of the installation environment. The internal
gh the transparent
pa cover.
process of the type can be checked through

It is the same type as the phase selection type; however, the fuse type
comes with a fuse for each phase to protect faulty current and overcurrent caused by load distribution.

Plug-in Type

Product

Capacity(A)

1 outlet

10/16

3 outlet

10/16

It is designed for low capacity products (63A or less). Easy to use and a
1-outlet or 3-outlet plug-in is available.

1 outlet

3 outlet

Phase
L1+N
L2+N
L3+N
L1+L2
L1+L3
L2+L3
L1+L2+L3+N
L1+N
L2+N
L3+N
L1+L2
L1+L3
L2+L3
L1+L2+L3+N

Component

Product

Cat No.(No)
LSLT P10S1
LSLT P10S2
LSLT P10S3
LSLT P10S12
LSLT P10S13
LSLT P10S23
LSLT P10S4
LSLT P10FU1
LSLT P10FU2
LSLT P10FU3
LSLT P10FU12
LSLT P10FU13
LSLT P10FU23
LSLT P10FU4

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. Technical Data

Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a bus duct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and
copper conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between the upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin)


Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
Actual voltage Drop = x Vd x

Actual load current


Actual length of the line (m)
x
Rated load current
100m

(Load Constant) = 1, concentrated load


(a place such as an electrical room)

= 0.5, Distributed load


(a place such as a vertical section)

F P

10-3 /100m, 60Hz

tF : Flanged End (panel connections)


tP : Plug-in Unit

Voltage Drop(V/100m)

Ampere(A)

CU

0.7

0.8

0.9

25

8.1

0.2

8.1

0.25

0.29

0.32

0.35

40

3.35

0.167

3.4

0.17

0.19

0.21

0.23

63

1.67

0.141

1.7

0.14

0.16

0.17

0.18

Short Circuit Strength


LT-Way has been tested under actual short circuit conditions according to IEC 61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard)
IEC 60439-1 and 2].
Ampere(A)

26

Copper(kA)
1 sec.

3 sec.

25

0.6

0.34

40

1.4

0.8

63

1.4

0.8

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Temperature rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise limit of the bus duct is
designed so that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current , the temperature limit values of the housing are within 55K as specified
in IEC61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2].

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7

Technical Data

-Joint-

80

Temperature()

70
60
50

2
3 1

40

30
20

7 5
8 6
9

10
0

Classification

Censer Location
Temperature Rise
Value

3
4
Time(hr)

Connection Conductor
46K

49K

46K

Ambient
Temperature

Housing
40K

15K

14K

15K

14K

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. Install Information

Joint Connection
1) Check the condition of the joint, and loosen the cross heads
of the protection cover.

2) Insert the end into the other as shown in the image below,
and tighten the cross heads.

Caution) Dont loosen the


he hexagon bolts for they fix the
products in place.

! Caution
Make sure to clean the parts of the joint before installation. Proceed with caution since the joint can be damaged by impacts.
Be sure to keep them straight and steady to connect.

Plug-in Unit Installation


Open the plug cover as shown below, and insert an appropriate plug-in unit or an outlet plug.

! Caution
Make sure the plug-in holes are clean before inserting the plug-in unit. Be sure to check the phase of unit and the plug.

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Certification & Specification

Temperature Rise Test KERI


Certification

Heat Resistant Performance


Certification

TUV Environmentally Friendly


Certification

ISO 14001

ISO 9001

Intall
Information

Temperature Rise Test KERI


Certification

Certification &
Specification

OHSAS 18001

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Memo

Certification &
Specification

Mini-way LS C&S-Busway System

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MS/Wind - way
LS Busduct System Catalogue

04 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. General Data

16

III. Component
- Feeder
- Fittings
- Flanged End
- Cable Junction Box
- Plug-In Unit
- Hanger
- Etc

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21
23
23
24
25
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IV. Technical Data


- Impedance
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

29
29
30

V. Install Information
- Joint Connection

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VI. Certification & Specification

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I. Introduction

Overview
The MS/Wind-Way is a hybrid type bus duct that combined the benefits of the sandwich type and the air insulation type.
The MS/Wind-Way is economic, and provides maximum stability. Compared to the existing power supply system
(cables), the MS/Wind-Way provides excellent economical efficiency, and provides stable supply of large capacity of
energy. It is simple to install, and has excellent space efficiency.
The MS/Wind-Way is suitable for inadequate or special environment such as; chemical or steel plants where the accident
rate due to powder coating is high; ships where durability against temperature, humidity and quack (shock vibration) is
required; and wind towers. The MS/Wind-Way and its routing system have been fully tested for the functionally.

Sandwich Type

Air Insulation Type

Compact size
Economical and easy installation
Epoxy/PET film insulation type

Hybrid Type

Highly stable electricity and structure


Air insulation type

Hybridized insulation system of epoxy and


air provides maximum stability.
The economical optimum size was possible
from analyzing and inspecting designs.

Thanks to the integral joint design,


installation is easy.
[Product Size]
Comparison
The hybrid type comes with the optimum
explosion proof design against harmful gas
in sealed areas.

The structure design for shock vibration


and deformation provides durability.
E-series

NSPB
MS/Wind-way

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Introduction

Application
Chemical Plants
It is suitable for indoor and outdoor installation as well as
a place where high degree of protection is required.
Petrochemical Plants

Ships
It is suitable for areas exposed to high salinity such as
seawater.
Electrical room of a ship

Wind Towers
Areas where low frequency oscillation occurs by wind
The generator and the transformer of a wind tower

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. General Data

Plug-in Hole

Plug-in Box

Structure Stability

Environmentally Friendly

The MS/Wind-Way has been designed to withstand


shock vibration and deformation caused by inadequate
environments. The MS/Wind-Way has been tested for its
stability against various shock vibrations and deformation
following the analysis of CAE. The MS Wind-Way design
provides excellent stability during long period operations.
The structure stability has been secured by various classifications of ships.

The LS C&S Bus Ducts acquired RoHS certification, and


only uses components without hazardous substances
such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and PBDEs.

Electrical Stability

Standard

The hybrid type of epoxy and air insulation is designed to


withstand the mechanical and heat stress caused by short
circuit.

IEC 61439-2 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-1]


Power Swichgear and Controlgear Asseblies
IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-2]
Busbar Trunking Systems
NSEN 60439 Busways
NEMA BU 1.1 Busways
IACS REC No.67 International association of
classicfication societies

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Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The cross sectional areas of the conductor and housing


profile are designed to meet the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC 61439-2 and 6. Therefore
the temperature rise limit of the housing is within 55K or
less of the ambient temperature.

Ambient Temperature : -15 Celsius to 55 Celsius


Relative Humidity : 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment meets
the requirements listed above, please contact our design team.)

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Joint

Gemeral Data

Elbow
Feeder

Conductors

Housing

The MS-Way uses either copper conductors with


conductivity at over 99%, or aluminum conductors
with conductivity at over 61%. The connection of
the conductors is tin-plated in order to reduce contact
resistance and to prevent corrosion of the connection.

The Mini-Way uses an effective heatradiating aluminum


housing profile which produces an excellent mechanical
strength and heat radiation. The aluminum housing can
be used as a protective conductor (PE) thanks to its high
level conductivity and cross sectional areas.

Insulation Properties

Joint

The MS-Way uses epoxy and air insulation with a class


B (130C) rating. The insulation provides high insulation
performance between conductors, and between
conductors and housing.

The MS-Way uses a simple one-bolting design. In order to


ensure easy maintenance and reliability, double -headed
bolts and visible labels (Red tags) are used to check the
application, and a disc spring allows an even connection
of the contact surface.(Connecting torque 800~1000kgf.
cm)The joint plate of the joint kit is tin plated in order to
prevent discoloration and corrosion.(A silver plated option
is available.)

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. General Data

Special Feature
Thesafety first designof the MS/Wind-Way makes it an idealoption for ships and wind towers. By separating the poxy
coated phase conductors, the Wind-Way obtained the epoxy and air insulation property.
Our design ensures electrical, structural and chemical stability. The MS/Wind-Way as well as the components and the
accessories such as feeders,fittings, plug-in boxes and hangers passed the rigorous ship classification, and obtained
certification form prestigious risk managing organizations.
*Ship classification: DNV, BV, LR, ABS, GL and KR

Essential Considerations for Ships and Wind Towers


Shock Vibration and Deformation
: Careful consideration should be given to issues
of rolling seas during voyage, and consistent
shock vibration and vertical load of wind towers

Inadequate Installation Environment


: Properties such as water proof, corrosion proof,
flame proof, and explosion proof should be
considered against the inadequate environment
of ships and wind towers.

Electrical Stability
: The mechanical and heat stress caused by short
circuit should be taken into consideration when
accidents occurs.

Structure Design for Shock Vibration and Deformation


The MS/Wind-Way has been tested for its stability against various shock vibrations and deformation following the analysis of CAE.
The MS Wind-Way design provides excellent stability during a long period operation.
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Q facto

Q Factor Limit
10
Z-dir
Y-dir
X-dir

1
0.1
0

50

100

150

Frequency (Hz)

Shock Vibration Stability Test


Tested for long term stability.
Tested for the optimum wire routing
method against shock vibration.
Analysis of the thermal deformation
at the maximum load capacity

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Accelerated durability test

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Certified Design for Inadequate Installation


The design of The MS/Wind-Way ensures stability against various inadequacy of the installation environment. The design has been certified by the
required ship environment test against damp heat, dry heat, slat mist and coldness. The safety first design has been applied to prevent the Wind-Way
from igniting in a sealed area filled with harmful gas, and the design has been certified by IEC Explosion Proof Standards.

Gemeral Data

Damp Heat

Dry Heat

Salt Mist

Cold

Explosion Proof Design ; IEC 60079, Creepage Distance / Spacing / Impact Resistance / IP54
A 1000V bare conductor with equipment protection by increased safety e: The Creepage distance and spacing has been
designed as specified in IEC standards.
Impact Resistance Design: Steal ball weight: 1Kg/Diameter 25mm/Drop Height 1meter
IP54 : The Wind-Way and its joint connections are designed according to IP54.

Excellent Heat and Electrical Stability


The cross sectional areas of conductors are designed to meet the temperature limits as specified in IEC standards. Thanks to the optimized design of the
conductor shape, and the spacing of the supporting insulations, the Wind-Way can easily handle mechanical and heat stress caused by short circuit.

Short Circuit Test

Temperature Rise Test

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. General Data

IP Code (Degree of Protection)


IP Code is an international protection degree code provided by IEC 60529(Degree of Protection Provided by Enclosure-IP Code)
NEMA STANDARD: IP54=NEMA 12, 12K, 13 IP55=NEMA 3, 3X, 3S, 3SX IP66=NEMA 4.4X IP67=NEMA 6
* As the standard differs, it is a similar substitution, nota 1:1 substitution.

The degree of protection against water of the LS C&S E-Series is a standard IP54; however, it can be adjusted from IP42
to IP65 depending on the environment and on request.

IP
Solid Particle Protection

Liquid Ingress Protection

No Protection

No Protection

Protection against 50mm


diameter solid particles.
(back of a hand)

Protected against
falling drops of water.

Protected against
low pressure jets of water
from all directions.

Protection against 12mm


solid particles. (fingers)

Protected against falling


drops of water with an
enclosure tilted at a 15degree
angle from a vertical line

Protection against 2.4mm


solid particles.
(tools or thick wires)

Protected against
strong jets of water
from all directions.

Protection against 1mm


solid particles.
(tools or most wires)

Protected against
spray sat a 60degree
angle from a vertical line

15cmmin.

Protected against the effects


of immersion between
15.0 centimeters and 1.0 meter.

Protection against dust.


1m

Protected against
longer periods of immersion
under pressure.

4
6

Complete protection
against dust.

Protected against
water splashed from
all directions.

1m

Degree of Protection IP31

Degree of Protection IP54

With an IP31 rating, it is protected from


condensation and rain drops.

With an IP54 rating, it is protected against


water spray from any direction such as
water leakages
es or sprinklers.

Plating and Coating

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Plating

Coating

Standard tin plating is applied at taps, plugs and connections of


conductors using an electroplating method to keep the electrical
characteristics and to prevent corrosion. Silver plating is available
on request.

In order to improve the heat radiation and to prevent corrosion, as


well as to fit in with the surroundings, we treat the surface before
applying polyester-epoxy (Hybrid) power coating. A wide range
of color is available to meet the needs of our clients.

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Feeder
Although the standard length of the mini-way feeder is 3 meters, it can be adjusted to the installation environment on request.
A

211

211
t

225

Gemeral Data

[Fig. W1-1]

[Fig. W1-2]

Ampere(A)

AL
IP54

1000
2200
3200
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
4500
5000

10

[Fig. W1-3]

Dimension (mm)
W
90
160
250
90
98
138
185
233
160
187
212
243
260

A
156
226
316
197
205
245
292
340
463
513
563
652
659

Weight(kg/m)
16
22
28
16.5
19.5
22.5
31
35
38
46
49
52
54

Fig.

Component

IP31

W1-1

W1-2

W1-3

Fittings
MS/Mini-Way has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any layout of buildings. Elbow angles other than ninety degrees are also
available. Fitting designs are shown in the following figures, and they consist of the source-side and the load-side. Offset or
combination elbows can be used where standard elbows are not feasible. (Dimensions for each fitting are shown in the following figures. Contact our design team for a minimum dimension.)

Elbow
ow
[Horizontal]

[Vertical]

Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)
AL

1000~1600
2000~2500
3200~3600
4000~5000

X
600
600
800
900

Y
600
600
800
900

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Component

Fittings
Offset
[Horizontal]

[Vertical]

Dimension (mm)
Y
500
600
800
900

Z
500
600
800
900

1000~1600
2000~2500
3200~3600
4000~5000

X
500
600
800
900

Dimension (mm)
Y
500
600
800
900

Z
500
600
800
900

1000~1600
2000~2500
3200~3600
4000~5000

X
500
600
800
900

Dimension
Y
500
600
800
900

Z
500
600
800
900

Ampere(A)
1000~1600
2000~2500
3200~3600
4000~5000

AL

X
500
600
800
900

Tee
[Horizontal]

[Vertical]

Ampere(A)
AL

Combination
Elbow

Ampere

AL

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Flanged End
Flanged end is connected to either a transformer or a panel. Dimension details are shown below.

Component

[Fig. W2-1]

[Fig. W2-2]

[Fig. W2-4]

Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

AL

[Fig. W2-3]

t
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
4500
5000

10

W
90
98
138
185
233
(2)160
(2)187
(2)212
(2)243
(2)260

A
40
40
40
70
60
60
70
70
60
70

B
100
100
100
100
100
130
130
130
130
130

Fig.
W2-1
W2-2
W2-3
W2-4
W2-3

W2-4

Cable Junction Box


The cable box is connected to either a transformer or a generator. The size of the box can be adjusted to the installation
environment. (The box is usually used for connecting the bus ducts and cables in a wind tower.)

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Component

Plug-in Unit
A plug-in unit can be installed at a distribution board
to distribute loads between 50 to 800A when a
distribution board is required at loads and lines.
Thanks to this beneficial factor, the size of the
distribution board is reduced, and the distribution
board can easily distribute loads at any location of
the system. As a result, the unit provides a flexible
approach to handle the flow of loads.
The preinstalled MCCB in the plug-in unit can
quickly shut off fault currents at a load; therefore,
can prevent the fault current from spreading to
the other loads.
It is recommended to use MCCB which has been
selected as a standard by the company, or other
certified products for the plug-in unit.

Production Specifications the Doors


Various design of doors for the plug-in box is available to satisfy the demands of our clients.
The available types are shown below.

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External Handle

Push Button

Bolt Fastening

Key Lock

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External Lever Interlock

Outlet

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Hanger
Horizontal Hangers
The standard installation method for these hangers is to install them horizontally at 1.5 meters intervals. They generally require 12mm diameter stud bolts.

Hanger
Clamp

Component

Damper

Vertical Mounting Hangers


Spring hangers are used to support the bus ducts between floors. The number of springs depends on the weight of the installed ducts and PH-boxes.
A medium hanger should be installed if the height between the floors exceeds 4.5 meters, and the height of the installed spring hangers can be easily
adjusted. Rigid hangers (no spring type) are used on the lowest floor, and they can be used instead of spring hangers depending on the set up.

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Component

Hanger
Special Type for Ships
This special type is designed for ships, and it comes in U-shaped channel steel. The
special type requires two supports per each set.

STEP 1
Fix the hanger tightly at a designated location.
(maximum height=700mm, standard installation intervals=1.5m)
Max.
700mm

STEP 2
Place the product in the center of the hanger.

STEP 3
Use a clamp to apply bolting, and fix both sides as shown
in the image.

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Special Type for Wind Towers


This special type is designed to be installed vertically at wind towers. Both the vibration endurance type and vertical load type are available.
(Please contact our design team for specific installation locations for each hanger type.)

Vibration Endurance Type

STEP 1
Install dampers and supports at the designated locations in accordance
with the layout as shown in the image.

STEP 2
Component

Apply at two locations for each product as shown in the image.

Vertical Load Type

STEP 1
Install dampers and supports at the designated locations in accordance
with the layout as shown in the image.

STEP 2
Apply at the lowest location of each section.
(Please contact our design team for detailed information.)

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Component

Etc.
Bulkhead and Deck Opening Size
Either bulkhead or deck can be penetrated while installing the product on a ship. The specifications of the opening size and the installation
method are shown below.(Please contact our design team for detailed information for insulation and compound installation.)
A-60 Approved
Bulkhead Insulation
Density 110kg/m3

Bulkhead

Bulkhead
MANGANA Retaining Compound 20mm Thickness

Furnace

Bus Trunk Transit Steel Plate 6t

MANGANA Retaining Compound


or KVM 20mm Thickness
Bulkhead

W
t
B

Bus Trunk Transit Thickness


6mm(steel)

KVM Sealing Compound

KVM Sealing Compound

Deck

B
MANGANA Retaining Compound
20mm Thickness

KVM Sealing Compound

Bus Trunk Transit Steel Plate 6t

Bus Trunk Transit Thickness


6mm(steel)

Deck

A-60 Approved
Bulkhead Insulation
Density 120kg/m3

t
Hi-Wool(120kg/m3)
Insulation

KVM Sealing Compound

MANGANA Retaining Compound


or KVM 20mm Thickness
Furnace
B

Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

t
1000

AL

90

320

1250

98

330

1600

138

370

2000

185

420

233

470

160

590

3600

187

640

4000

212

690

4500

243

750

5000

260

780

2500
3200

10

330

Note
The term for the upper and lower wall of a ship is called deck, and the deck needs to satisfy difficult conditions regulated by the classification society
in order to prevent flame spreads and flooding.

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Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a busduct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and copper
conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin)


Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
Actual voltage Drop = x Vd x

Actual load current


Actual length of the line (m)
x
Rated load current
100m

(Load Constant) = 1, concentrated load


F

= 0.5, Distributed load


(a place such as a vertical section)

Ampere (A)

10-3 /100m, 60Hz

tF : Flanged End (panel connections)


tP : Plug-in Unit

Voltage Drop(V/100m)

0.7

0.8

0.9

35.71
33.09
24.51
19.06
15.65
12.11
10.38
9.34
8.33
7.85

65.41
61.87
48.78
39.15
32.62
25.49
21.95
19.67
17.44
16.42

74.52
70.16
54.59
43.54
36.18
28.22
24.28
21.77
19.33
18.20

12.42
14.58
14.41
14.31
14.83
14.79
14.30
14.26
14.25
14.91

11.75
13.77
13.54
13.42
13.90
13.85
13.39
13.35
13.35
13.97

10.50
12.29
12.01
11.85
12.26
12.20
11.79
11.76
11.77
12.32

6.19
7.16
6.79
6.60
6.78
6.71
6.47
6.47
6.49
6.80

Technical Data

1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
4500
5000

F P

Component

(a place such as an electrical room)

Short Circuit Strength


The short circuit strength of the MS/Wind-Way has been tested
and certified as specified at IEC 61439-2 and by KOLAS
certification authorities including the Korea Electro technology
Research Institute (KERI) and PT & T.

Ampere(A)

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

3600

4000

4500

5000

Shirt circuit (kA), 1sec.

46

72

90

98

126

135

150

150

150

150

Shirt circuit (kA), 3sec.

26

41

51

56

72

77

86

86

86

86

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. Technical Data

Temperature Rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise limit of the bus duct is
designed that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current , the temperature limit values of the housing are within 55K as specified in IEC61439-2
and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2].

- Joint 5

80
70
Temperature()

60

50
4

40

30

6 7

20
10
0

Classification

Censer Location
Temperature Rise Value

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3
4
Time(hr)

Joint Conductor
57K

63K

33K

33K

Housing
60K

40K

32K

8
Ambient
Temperature
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Joint Connection

STEP 1
Check for any deformations or stains, and make sure the
bus ducts are aligned with the connecting direction. Insert
slowly towards the connecting direction.

STEP 2
Using a torque wrench, slowly tighten the exposed
bolt head of a double head bolt until it breaks off.

Technical Data

STEP 3
Once all the exposed double head bolts have been
cut off, place the top and bottom joint covers, and fix
them tightly with bolts.

Intall
Information

The double head bolts have been applied to the system for better connection. The double head bolt head and the red tag attached to it are designed
to break off at 800~1000Kgfcm. Once the exposed head and the red tag attached to it have been cut off, the connected torque and the condition of
the connection will be visible for inspection. The highly reliable one-bolting connection system will provide electrical and mechanical stability of the
entire system to satisfy the needs of the clients.

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VI. Certification & Specification

Certification & Specification

KR Certification

LR Certification

ABS Certification

DNV Certification

GL Certification

Eco Friendly Certification

Major References

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GOLAR LNG LTD. UK.

HHI 5.5MW OFFSHORE WIND TURBINE

Contractor : Samsung Heavy Industries


Construction Period : 2012 ~ 2013

Contractor : Hyundai Heavy Industries


Construction Period : 2013

MS/Wind-way LS C&S-Busway System

NSPB-LV/MV
LS Busduct System Catalogue

05 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application
- Customized Engineering

14
15
16

II. General Data

LV
21

MV
26

III. Component
- Feeder
- Fittings
- Hanger

22
23
24

28
30
33

IV. Technical Data

34

V. Install Information

35

VI. Certification & Specification

36

VII. Busduct Major References

37

I. Introduction

Overview
The NSPB
The design of the LS C&S NSPB Bus Duct improved the stability of the system by incorporating the epoxy coating and air insulation. The Bus Duct is
available from a low voltage of AC 1000V or less, up to a high voltage of 27kV. It is suitable for current capacities between 800A to 4000A.The bus duct
comes with a class B rating (130C) insulation and its water proof quality is suitable for outdoors.

Safe and Efficient Distribution System


The LS C&S NSPB Bus Duct is designed for large plants as they are becoming larger. The extensive experience and the proficient engineers of LS C&S
provide high-performance products. The efficient design ensures the products to harmonize with structures, and the property of the products does
not interfere with existing equipments.

Environmentally Friendly and Excellent Performance


The LS C&S NSPB Bus Duct acquired RoHS certification, and uses components without hazardous substances such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome,
PBBs and PBDEs. The design of cross sectional areas of the conductors, supporting structures and the housing are in accordance with the standard of
IEC and IEEE. It also has high short circuit strength.

NSPB-LV

NSPB-LV

NSPB-MV

Switchgear
NSPB-MV

TR Flanged
End Box

Indoor (Electrical Room)


Switchgear

TR Flanged
End Box
Transformer

Outdoor
Transformer

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Introduction

Application
Large Buildings
Main electric rooms where large capacity of power
transmission is required

Chemical and Oil


Due to the use of chemicals, safety is the top priority of plants

Steel and Smelting


Transmission of high voltage and large capacity of power

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I. Introduction

Customized Engineering
The company provides a wide range of options including conductors, materials and design of housing as well as products
for various range of voltage (27kV or less) and current(between 800A and 4000A) to satisfy the needs of the clients and their
specifications.

01 Standard
The specialists of the company will provide the ideal size of the conductors and products through tests and analyses as specified in CAE to satisfy
specific needs of clients.

Configration
LV
IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-20]

Busbar Trunking Systems


IEEE C37.23 IEEE Standard for Metal-Enclosed Bus

IEC

IEEE

1000V or less

0.635kVor less

Ambient

35

40

Housing : 55K
Conductor : 70K

Housing : 40K
Conductor : 65K

Tempera-

The specifics can be adjusted according to the


heat resistance values of the insulations.

MV
IEC 62271 High-voltage switchgear and controlgear
Part 200 : AC metal-enclosed switchgear and controlgear for rated
Voltages above 1 kV and up to and including 52 kV
IEEE C37.23 IEEE Standard for Metal-Enclosed Bus

IEC

IEEE


()

7.2(20)
12(28)
17.5(38)
24(50)

4.760(19)
15(36)
27(60)

Ambient

35

40

Housing : 55K
Conductor : 70K

Housing : 40K
Conductor : 65K

Tempera-

16

The specifics can be adjusted according to the


heat resistance values of the insulations.

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Introduction

02 Conductor Materials
The NSPB Bus Duct uses either copper conductors with conductivity over 99%, or aluminum conductors with conductivity over 54%.
The connection of the conductors is tin-plated in order to reduce contact resistance and to prevent corrosion of the connection.
(A silver plated option is available.)

03 Conductor Insulations
The NSPB Bus Duct comes with standard epoxy coating, however, tube insulations is available on request. Epoxy coating is applied by automated
facility. The company performs rigorous testing on the products including exterior of the conductors, coating thickness, pin holes, impacts and
flexibilities to provide products that are highly safe.

04 Alignments and Size of Conductors


The alignment of the conductors can be chosen between vertical or horizontal alignments to provide the optimized structures and size to satisfy
the installation environment and the specifics of the requests.

Note
The optimized heat-radiating structure and size of the conductors are
chosen through simulation and actual measurement tests including
heat-radiating mechanism of the conductors, coating effects, housing
materials and the location of the grounding bar. (The size of the
conductors can be reduced when the conductors are aligned vertically
in comparison to horizontally aligned conductors.)

05 Housing Materials
High strength aluminum (50 type), STS, steel or materials with either the same or higher mechanical strength are used for housing of the NSPB Bus
Duct. Therefore, the mechanical strength and the heat-radiating property of the housing are excellent. The standard color of the coating is 5Y 7/1,
however, the company provides a wide range of color to satisfy the needs.

Note
The 3 types of current supply loss of metal materials are shown below.
1) Hysteresis loss (iron loss)
2) Eddy-current lose (induced current loss)
3) Copper loss.
These losses eventually increase loss resistance. Compared to the
characters of steel, a ferromagnetic body and high permeability, using
aluminum and STS decreases the loss from magnetic flux caused by time
variation of the current.

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I. Introduction

Customized Engineering
The company provides a wide range of options including conductors, materials and design of housing as well as products
for various range of voltage (27kV or less) and current(between 800A and 4000A) to satisfy the needs of the clients and their
specifications.

06 Insulation Support
Using insulations (LV: engineering plastic, MV: epoxy type) with dielectric
strength in correspondence with voltage ensures the insulation property
of the housing. In order to obtain the stable installation and sufficient
functionality of the conductors, the insulations are located at ideal
intervals based on analysis of CAE (Computer Aided Engineering).

Note
There are 3 types of air insulation bus ducts. (IEEE Std C37.23: IEE Standard for Metal-Enclosed Bus Standard) LS Cable and System provides the NSPB
type, however, other types are available to satisfy the needs, or for special environments. (Please contact out design team for further information.)

NSPB (NonSegregated Phase Busduct)


X

Each phase conductor of the bus duct at a single housing is separated by the voltage, and the conductors are
supported by either insulators or insulations. The NSPB is suitable for high voltage or extra high voltage lines of
substations.

SPB (Segregated Phase Busduct)


X

Each phase conductor of the bus duct at a single housing is separated by voltage, and the conductors are
supported by either insulators or insulations. However, barriers are installed between the phases to separate them.

IPB (Isolated Phase Busduct)

The air insulated conductors of the bus duct are fixed by insulation supports, and wrapped separately in
tubes by phase. The bus duct is a phase separator for power plants that transmits large capacity of power at
the centerline of a generator and the main and auxiliary transformer of a power plant.
* LS Cable & System does not produce IPB type products. Instead, the company provides SIB type products
that are similar to the IPB type. (Please contact out sales team for further information.)

SIB (Solid Insulated Busduct)


X

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Each phase conductor is completely insulated separately with an epoxy vacuum impregnated method, and
they are wrapped with protection tubes. Each phase tube is separated by air bound.

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Introduction

07 Options
Grounding, Space heaters, Vents

Grounding
The standard aluminum housing of the NSPB is designed to perform
as a grounding conductor without additional conductors. (Additional
ground bars can be added on request. Please contact our design team
for further information.)

Additional ground bars


can be added on request.

Space Heaters
A space heater can be applied for outdoor products to reduce dew
condensation. The heater is installed inside of the product during production. A temperature sensor or a humidistat can be applied along
with the heater for better control. A space heater set is installed for each
feeder as the standard installation.

Vents and Drain Holes


Vents and drain holes are installed to control the air flow of the interior
and exterior of the product in order to minimize water leakage and
dew condensation, and to discharge moisture during operation. It is
designed to prevent the moisture from penetrating by installing vents
on the side and drain holes on the bottom.

Vents (side)

Drain Holes
(bottom)

Fire Barrier

Vapor Barrier

In order to prevent fire from spreading through the product, refractory


materials have been applied at the wall penetration (indoor and outdoor).The barriers also block flames from penetrating into the product.

A vapor barrier is installed to block the air flow at the wall penetration
(indoor and outdoor). It also blocks the interior of the product using
an epoxy plate.

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. General Data

NSPB-LV
Contents
II. General Data

21

III. Component
- Feeder
- Fittings
- Hanger

22
23
24

. General Data

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Basic Structure
The NSPB-LV uses epoxy insulating material (thermal class 130 C) to separate the phases, and secure them using high
strength engineering plastic. It can be applied to 1000V or less, or between 800A and 4000A.
Gemeral Data

Structure
Al / STS / SPCC
Supporting Insulater
CU or AL

Sectional View

Joint Cover
Joint Cover

Joint Cover

Final Cover
Indoor

Outdoor

Note
The NSPB is a hybrid type bus duct that combined the benefits of the epoxy insulation type and the air insulation type. Although it provides better
insulation stability, it is larger and the cost is higher than the E-Series (sandwich type). Therefore, they are suitable for large plants where the stability
is priority.

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 Component

Feeder
Although the standard length of the LS C&S NSPB-LV Bus Duct is 2 meters, it can be adjusted to the installation environment
and on request.
A
A

t
NL-1-1

Ampere(A)

CU

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
4,000

NL-1-2

Dimension (mm)
t
6
6
6
6
10
10
12
12
12

W
70
70
70
95
95
135
170
240
200

A
572
572
572
572
590
590
590
590
800

* Since the standards of the conductors differ, these are only for reference, and they
can be adjusted according to the installation site, or on request.
(For using aluminum conductors, please contact our design team for further information.)

Flanged End
The flanged end is used at a transformer or at a low-tension panel.
(Please, contact our design team for further information.)

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B
320
320
320
345
345
385
420
490
500

Earth bar
(mm)

6.35*41

Fig.

NL-1-1

NL-1-2

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Fittings
LS C&S NSPB has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any layout of buildings. Elbow angles other than ninety degrees are also
available. Offsets or tees can be applied where the standard elbows are not feasible. (Please contact our design team for
detailed information about the product length.)

Elbow
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]

Component

Offset
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]

Tee
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]

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 Component

Hanger
LS C&S NSPB can be installed using horizontal hangers, vertical hangers and wall brackets according to the installation
environment. (Please contact our design team for detailed information about installation.)

Horizontal
For horizontal installation, the NSPB requires two or more
supports for each product.

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Vertical Hangers

Wall Bracket

An additional reinforcement design provides stability


for the vertical loading of the vertical feeders.

Once the angles and the channels are applied on walls,


they need to be fixed with bolts.

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NSPB-MV
Contents
II. General Data

26

III. Component
- Feeder
- Fittings
- Flanged End
- Hanger

28
30
32
33

. General Data

Basic Structure
The NSPB-MV uses epoxy insulating material (thermal class 130 C) to separate the phases, and secure them using high strength
epoxy. It can be applied to 1000V or less, or between 800A and 4000A.

Structure (Vertical)
Al / STS / SPCC
Supporting Insulater
Copper or Aluminum

Sectional View

Structure (Horizontal)
Al / STS / SPCC
Supporting Insulater
Copper or Aluminum

Sectional View

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Gemeral Data


The conductors come with standard epoxy coating insulation. Tube insulation is also available on request. Use joint plates
to connect the parts, and cover them with boots as shown in the image below.

Joint Covers
For indoor installation, applying joint covers are sufficient; however, for outdoor installation, final covers should be applied additionally on top
of the joint covers. (Please contact our design team for further information.)

Joint Cover

Joint Cover

Final Cover
Indoor

Outdoor

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Component

Feeder (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


A
A

w
w

B
t

NM-1-1

NM-1-2

~ 4.76kV (IEC : ~7.2kV)


Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
6
10
10
12
12
12

70
70
95
95
135
170
240
200

572
572
572
590
590
590
590
800

320
320
345
345
385
420
490
500

Earth bar
[mm]

6.35*41

Fig.

NM1-1

NM1-2

~ 15kV (IEC : ~12kV)


Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
6
10
10
12
12
12

65
65
75
80
115
145
200
180

632
632
632
650
650
650
632
860

315
315
325
330
365
395
450
480

Earth bar
[mm]

6.35*41

Fig.

NM1-1

NM1-2

~ 27kV (IEC : ~24kV)


Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
6
10
10
12
12
12

65
65
70
75
105
125
180
165

692
692
692
710
710
710
710
920

315
315
320
325
355
375
430
465

Earth bar
[mm]

6.35*41

The standards of the conductors are only for reference, and they can be adjusted according to the installation environment,
or on request. (For using aluminum conductors, please contact our design team for further information.)

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Fig.

NM1-1

NM1-2

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Feeder (Alignment of the Conductors : Horizontal)


A
A

w
w

NM-2-1

NM-2-2

~ 4.76kV (IEC : ~7.2kV)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
10
10
10
10
13
15

50
65
65
100
125
110
125
150

670
715
715
820
895
850
895
970

330
330
335
335
335
355
360
370

Earth bar
[mm]

Component

Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

Fig.

NM2-1
6.35*41
NM2-2

~ 15kV (IEC : ~12kV)


Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
10
10
10
10
13
15

50
60
55
85
110
95
115
135

870
900
885
975
1050
1005
1065
1125

340
340
345
345
345
365
370
380

Earth bar
[mm]

Fig.

NM2-1
6.35*41
NM2-2

~ 27kV (IEC : ~24kV)


Dimension (mm)

Ampere(A)

CU

800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000

6
6
10
10
10
10
13
15

50
60
50
80
100
85
100
125

1150
1180
1150
1240
1300
1255
1300
1375

570
570
575
575
575
595
605
610

Earth bar
[mm]

Fig.

NM2-1
6.35*41
NM2-2

The standards of the conductors are only for reference, and they can be adjusted according to the installation environment,
or on request. (For using aluminum conductors, please contact our design team for further information.)

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Component

Fittings
LS C&S NSPB has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any layout of buildings. Elbow angles other than ninety degrees are also
available. Offsets or tees can be applied where the standard elbows are not feasible. (Please contact our design team for
detailed information about the product size.)

Elbow (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


Vertical

Horizontal

Offset (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


Vertical

Horizontal

Tee (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


Vertical Tee

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Horizontal Tee

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Elbow (Alignment of the Conductors: Vertical)


Vertical

Horizontal

Component

Offset (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


Vertical

Horizontal

Tee (Alignment of the Conductors : Vertical)


Vertical Tee

Horizontal Tee

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Component

Flanged End
The flanged end is used at a transformer or at a low-tension panel.
(Please, contact our design team for further information including the size and capacity.)

Vertically Aligned

Horizontally Aligned

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Hangers
LS C&S NSPB can be installed using horizontal hangers, vertical hangers and wall brackets according to the installation
environment. (Please contact our design team for detailed information about installation.)

Horizontal Hangers
For horizontal installation, the NSPB requires two or more
supports for each product.

Component

Vertical Hangers

Wall Bracket

An additional reinforcement design provides stability


for the vertical loading of the vertical feeders.

Once the angles and the channels are applied on walls,


they need to be fixed with bolts.

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. Technical Data

Technical Data
The short circuit strength of the LS C&S NSPB can be adjusted and produced in accordance with the request and
specifics of the clients.

Short-circuit withstand current


(kArms), 2sec.

(kApeak)

Rated Max.
voltage
(kVrms)

800~1000

40(50)

104(130)

0.635 and 4.76

19

60

1250~2000
2500~4000

15

36

95

50(65)

130(170)
27

60

125

Rated continuos
current (A)

Power frequency
withstand voltage
(kVrms), 60Hz

Impulse withstand
1.2x50s
(kVpeak)

* The numbers shown in the parenthesis of the short circuit current is the value of reinforcement products (optional).

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. Install Information

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The Joint of NSPB-LV and MV


STEP 1.
The bus ducts should be aligned at the top and the bottom and the left and the right as well as horizontally and vertically.
Make sure that the surface is clear of dust before connecting them.
Connect the bus ducts by using joint plates and HT bolts as shown in the image. Tighten the bolts until the eye-marking is visible.
Once they are connected, check for gaps between the bus bars and the joint plates using a feeler gauge.

[NSPB-LV]

[NSPB-MV]

Technical Data

STEP 2.
Apply the top and bottom joint covers,
and tighten the bolts securely.
For the NSPB-MV, apply boots additionally after
joint plates have been connected as shown in
the image.

Intall
Information

[NSPB - LV]

[NSPB - MV]

STEP 3.
For outdoor installation, apply the top and bottom joint cover and reinforcement covers.
Apply silicone at both sides of the covers as shown in the image. (Torque = 120 kgfcm)

Silicone Application

Indoor Type

Outdoor Type

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VI. Certification & Specification

Certification & Specification

36

KERI Certification

KERI Certification

KERI Certification

KERI Certification

KERI Certification

ISO9001

ISO14001

OHSAS18001

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VII. Busduct Major References

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Busduct Major References

Steel-making plant and sintering plant of Hyundai Steel


Co., Ltd.
Investor : Samsung Engineering
Construction Period : 2008

Korea Gas Corporation Substation 21 in Pyeongtaek


Investor : Korea Gas Corporation
Construction Period : 2010

JURONG AROMATIC COMPLEX

Investor : LGChem Ltd.


Construction Period : 2011

Investor : ABB, Singapore


Construction Period : 2012~2013

AKG2 (AL-KHALEEJ GAS) PROJECT PHASE II


Onshore GAS Plant

RAS LAFFAN PROJECT PHASE 6 & 7


Onshore LNG Plant

Investor : Qatar
Construction Period : 2007 ~ 2008

Investor : Qatar
Construction Period : 2006 ~ 2007 Completed

Certification &
Specification

LG Chem Ltd. Yeosu Plant LDPE

Busduct Major
Reference

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Memo

Certification &
Specification

MS/Windway LS C&S-Busway System

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CR-LV/MV

LS Busduct System Catalogue

06 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application
- General Data

14
15
16

II. General Data

LV
20

MV
33

22
23
24

35

III. Component
- Feeder
- Flanged End
- Fittings
- Terminal
- Hanger
- Etc

26
27

36
37
38
39

IV. Technical Data


- Impedance
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

28
28
29

40
40
41

V. Install Information

30

42

VI. Certification & Specification

44

VII. Busduct Major References

45

I. Introduction

Overview
The CR-Way
The LS C&S CR-Way is available from a low voltage of AC 1000V or less, up to a high voltage of 27kV. It is suitable for current capacities between 630A
to 7500A (high voltage product 120~5000A). The epoxy resin molding performs as insulation and housing with an IP68 rating. The CR-Way is suitable
for plants and factories where large capacity of power is required. It is an ideal distribution wiring system for outdoors, humid and dusty areas and any
place where chemicals are frequently used.

Anticorrosion
The epoxy insulation of the CR-Way is highly resistant to erosion
and corrosion. Additional housing can be applied to maximize

Waterproof
The CR-Way comes with a standard IP68 rating, and is protected
completely against water and particles. It is safe to use in an inadequate
environment.

Fireproof
The CR-Way comes with fire resistance efficiency as a standard feature,
and it is designed to prevent flames from spreading.

Explosion Proof
The CR-Way is designed to be completely molded by insulation, and
this design ensures safety use of the product near inflammable steam
and gas, and dusty environment with an explosive atmosphere.

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Introduction

Application
Plants & Factories
Suitable for indoor and outdoor installation,
and areas where high degree of protection is required
Petrochemical plants

Ships
Can be applied where salt concentration is
high including sea water
Electrical room on a ship

Underground Utility Tunnels


Guaranteed to provide stable supply of power in an extreme
environment of dust and other foreign substances
Exposing the installation environment increases stability
for the user
No possibility of getting damaged or destroyed.

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. General Data

Offset
Elbow

CR - LV

CR - MV

CR - MV

Excellent Stability

Environmentally Friendly

The CR-Way is designed to be completely molded by


insulation. This design provides explosion resistance as
well as excellent fire resistance capacity by preventing
flames from spreading.

The CR-Way has acquired an RoHS certification, and only


uses components without hazardous substances such as
lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and PBDEs.

High Degree of Protection

Standard

Thanks to the epoxy resin molding, the CR-Way


comes with a standard IP68 rating. The product is
completely protected against water and particles,
and highly resistant to erosion and corrosion.

CR
LV

CR
MV

16

IEC 61439-2 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-1]


Low-voltage Swichgear & Controlgear Asseblies
IEC 61439-6 [(previous standard)IEC 60439-2]
Busbar Trunking Systems
IEC 62271- Part 201
AC insulation-enclosed switchgear and
controlgear for rated voltages above 1kV
and up to and including 52kV

Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The cross-section areas of the conductor and housing


profile are designed to meet the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC 61439-2, 6 (LV), and
IEC62271 (MV). Therefore the temperature rise limit of
the housing is within LV-55K or less, and MV-50K or less
of the ambient temperature.

Ambient Temperature: -15 C to 55 C


Relative Humidity: 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment does
meet the requirements listed above, please contact our
design team.)

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The LS C&S CR-Way is produced by an automated molding system, therefore,


the electrical and mechanical property of the CR-Way is excellent. By applying
the required amount of resin and filler using an automatic measuring system
does it ensure superb quality of the product.

Filler tank

Gemeral Data

[01. Assembly of Molding Flasks and Booth Bars]

[02. Epoxy Resin Molding]


Epoxy
tank

Color
tank

[03. Curing
and Removing]

[04. Inspections
and Shipping]

The LS C&S CR-Way is produced by highly experienced engineers.


The company performs electrical tests, design tests and in site tests
on the finished products in order to provide the best quality products
to its clients.

Conductors

Joint Kit (CR-LV)

The CR-Way uses either copper conductors with


conductivity over 99%, or aluminum conductors
with conductivity over 61%. The connection of the
conductors is tin-plated in order to reduce contact
resistance and to prevent corrosion of the connection.
(A silver plated option is available.)

The CR-Way LV uses the joint kits. In order to ensure


easy maintenance and reliability, double -headed bolts
and visible labels (Red tags) are used to check the application.
A disc spring allows even connection of the contact surface.
(Connecting torque 800~1000kgf.cm)

Insulation Properties

Joint (CR-MV)

The CR-Way uses epoxy resin molding which works


as insulation as well as housing, and it comes with a
class A (105C) rating. However, for outdoor installation,
metal housing and a sun shade are applied to prevent
corrosion of the molding.

The joint plate of each phase is used to connect and


mold, and the design of the joint provides stable
performance of the system.

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. General Data

IP Code (Degree of Protection)


IP Code is an international protection degree code provided by IEC 60529(Degree of Protection Provided by Enclosure-IP Code)
NEMA STANDARD: IP54=NEMA 12, 12K, 13 IP55=NEMA 3, 3X, 3S, 3SX IP66=NEMA 4.4X IP67=NEMA 6
* As the standard differs, it is a similar substitution, nota 1:1 substitution.

The standard feature of the CR-Way comes with a standard IP68 rating. The CR-Way is suitable for humid and dusty
areas, chemical plants and areas where condensation may occur (exposed section between indoors and outdoors).

IP 6 8
Solid Particle Protection

Liquid Ingress Protection

No Protection

0 No Protection

Protection against 50mm


diameter solid particles.
(back of a hand)

Protected against
falling drops of water.

Protected against
low pressure jets of water
from all directions.

Protection against 12mm


solid particles. (fingers)

Protected against falling


drops of water with an
enclosure tilted at a 15degree
angle from a vertical line

Protected against
strong jets of water
from all directions.

Protected against
spray sat a 60degree
angle from a vertical line

15cmmin.

Protected against the effects


of immersion between
15.0 centimeters and 1.0 meter.

1m

Protected against
longer periods of immersion
under pressure.

Protection against 2.4mm


solid particles.
(tools or thick wires)

Protection against 1mm


solid particles.
(tools or most wires)

Protection against dust.

4
6

18

Complete protection
against dust.

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

Protected against
water splashed from
all directions.

1m

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CR-LV

LS Busduct System Catalogue

06 of 08

Contents
II. General Data

20

III. Component
- Feeder
- Flanged End
- Fittings
- Hanger
- Etc

22
23
24
26
27

IV. Technical Data


- Impedence
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

28
28
29

V. Install Information

30

. General Data

Basic Structure
The CR-LV consists of conductors and epoxy resin. Since the resin performs as insulation and housing which provides protection to the interior structure, additional bus ducts or housing are not necessary.
For outdoor installation (sun exposure), a sun shade is used to prevent the epoxy resin from being exposed to direct sunlight.

Sunshade(steel)

Indoor Type

Outdoor Type
(sun exposure)

Configration
While other bus ducts with metal housing require grounding, the CR-LV does not require additional grounding because the epoxy resin insulation
itself performs as housing. (Additional grounding is available on request. Please contact our design team for further information.)

[3 conductor]

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T N/E

[4 conductor]

N/E N/E

[5 conductor]

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Joint Kit
The CR-Way uses a joint kit method.

Feature
Gemeral Data

Both joint plates of the joint kit and the conductors are tin plated. (A silver
plated option is available.) It prevents discoloration and corrosion of the joint
plates. In order to ensure easy maintenance and reliability, double -headed
bolts and visible labels are used to check the application,
and a disc spring
pp
pr g
ontact surface.
allows an even connection of the contact

Double Head Bolts


Double-headed bolts are used to ensure
sure a proper torque level when installing
ies a pressure of 800 to 1000kgfcm to the
the joint kit. If a torque wrench applies
er bolt and the tag attached to it will break
outer bolt head, the head of the outer
spection for the proper application of the
off on its own. Thus, it allows easy inspection
bolts at the connection.

The number of double-headed


Number of DH bolts

CU

630, 800, 1000,


1250, 1600, 2000

2500, 3200,
3600, 4000

5000

6300

7500

AL

630, 800,
1000, 1250

1600,
2000, 2500

3200,
3600, 4000

5000, 6300

Ampere
(A)

! Precaution
Be sure to clean the interior of the connections prior to installation. Use caution not to twist the joint kit while inserting it, and after it is inserted.
An excessive pressure during installation may break the kit. Make sure that the double-headed bolts and the red tags are intact.
If a proper torque is not applied at the connection, it may cause heat during operation.

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Component

Feeder
Although the standard length of the LS C&S CR-LV Bus Duct feeder is 3 meters, it can be adjusted to the installation
environment, or on request.
2B+140
140

t
[Fig. CL1-2]

140

140

3B+280
B

[Fig. CL1-2]

[Fig. CL1-3]

Ampere(A)

AL

Dimension(mm)
t

3W

4W

4W+50%E

4W+100%E

630

41

78

21.3

23.7

23.2

23.3

65

102

26.7

30.4

29.5

29.6

1000

86

123

32.4

37.8

36.3

36.4

1250

108

145

38.5

42.7

42.7

42.6

1600

164

201

53.5

59.4

59.3

59.4

210

247

65.7

72.9

72.8

71.9

2000
2500

6.35

126

163

85.2

99.4

95.1

97.4

3200

164

201

106.3

118

118

118.4

3600

184

221

116.4

129.7

129.6

130.1

4000

210

247

124.7

138.6

139

139.3

5000

184

221

182.8

193.2

193.4

189.1

6300

210

247

192.6

214.8

215.3

214.4

630

41

78

26.5

30.1

30.9

31.8

800

41

78

26.5

30.1

30.9

31.8

1000

57

94

32.2

37.3

38.9

39.6

1250

73

110

38.3

44.6

46.4

47.7

1600

108

145

51.7

60.4

62.5

64.8

2500

6.35

3200

145

182

66.3

77.5

80.2

83.4

195

232

85.7

100.3

104.2

108.4

108

145

104.6

122.9

127.8

131.8

3600

126

163

118.6

139.5

145

151.4

4000

145

182

134.8

158.3

164.6

170.4

5000

195

232

173.5

203.9

214

220.5

6300

164

201

204.3

241.5

252.3

260

7500

195

232

261.2

309

324.1

334.5

* B : 3WGE=90mm, 4WGE/4WHE/4WFE=100mm
22

800

2000
CU

Weight(kg/m)

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

Fig.

CL1-1

CL1-2

CL1-3

CL1-1

CL1-2

CL1-3

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Flanged End
The flanged end is connected to either a transformer or a
panel. Dimension details are shown below.

Component

[Fig. CL2-1]

[Fig. CL2-2]

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
2,500
3,200
3,600
4,000
5,000
6,300
7,500

[Fig. CL2-3]

[Fig. CL2-4]

[Fig. CL2-5]

Dimension (mm)
t

6.35

6.35

W
41
62
86
108
164
210
(2)126
(2)164
(2)184
(2)210
(3)184
(3)210
41
41
57
73
108
145
195
(2)108
(2)126
(2)145
(2)195
(3)164
(3)195

A
~
~
40
50
60
70
40
60
60
70
60
70
~
~
~
40
50
50
70
50
40
50
70
60
70

Fig.
CL2-2

100

CL2-3
CL2-5
CL2-4

130

CL2-5

CL2-2
100

CL2-3
CL2-4
CL2-5
CL2-3
CL2-4

130

CL2-5
CL2-5
CL2-5

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Component

Fittings
Fittings including the elbow and tee are designed to adapt to any change made to the direction of the bus duct installation.
The same features have been applied to the fittings of the CR-Way, and the size specifications are shown below.
(The standard dimension of each fitting is the same as the dimension shown in the table below. Please contact our design
team for information about the minimum dimension.)

Elbow
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]

Y
X

Ampere(A)
1
2
3

Dimension(mm)
X
500
500
500

Ampere(A)

Y
500
500
500

1
2
3

Dimension(mm)
X
500
600
700

Y
500
600
700

Offset
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]
Z

Ampere(A)
1
2
3

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X
500
500
500

Dimension(mm)
Y
150
150
150

Y
500
500
500

Ampere(A)
1
2
3

X
500
500
500

Dimension(mm)
Y
300
300
300

Z
500
500
500

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Tee
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]
Y

Y
Z

Component

Ampere(A)

X
500
500
500

1
2
3

Dimension(mm)
Y
500
500
500

Z
500
500
500

Combination

Ampere(A)
1

X
500

Dimension(mm)
Y
500

Z
500

Expansion(optional)
Z
Y

Ampere(A)
1
2
3

X
500
600
700

Dimension(mm)
Y
300
400
500

Z
500
600
700

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Component

Hangers
Both horizontal and vertical hangers are available for the CR-LV depending on the installation environment.

Horizontal
The standard horizontal installation method of the CR-LV requires two supports for each product. The standard 3 meter bus ducts are designed to be
installed at 1.5 meters intervals, and the space between the hangers should not surpass 2 meters at the most. (Please contact the design team for further
information.)

Hanger rod

Hanger clamp
Hanger bar

Vertical Hangers
For vertical installation of The CR-LV, install the vertical hangers first, and fix the bus ducts on the hangers for better support.

Rigid hanger

Base

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Etc.
Wall Flange

Floor Opening
Wall opening size
Cut out

Floor opening size


Cut out

W+160

W+60
W+60

W+10

H+60

H+60

H+160

H+10

Component

W : The width of the product


H : The height of the product

A wall flange is used to seal the gaps produced during


bus duct installation on the walls, ceilings and floors.
The company does not provide glass wool or fire forms.
W : The width of the product
H : The height of the product

The required minimum distances from a wall for heat dissipation and maintenance

BEAM

500mm

250mm

50mm

50mm

50mm

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. Technical Data

Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a busduct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and
copper conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between the upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin) Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
=

( )

x Vd x

Actual length of the line (m)


Actual load current
x
Rated load current
100m

= 1, concentrated load
(a place such as an electrical room) F

= 0.5, Distributed load

(a place such as a vertical section)

F P

tF : Flanged End (panel connections) tP : Plug-in Unit

Impedancex10 (u/100m,60Hz)
-3

Ampere(A)

AL

CU

R
14.72
9.78
7.14
5.76
3.92
3.14
2.68
2.13
1.58
1.39
1.06
0.92
8.57
8.57
6.42
5.09
3.56
2.74
2.12
1.94
1.70
1.51
0.88
0.79
0.58

630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
5000
6300
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
5000
6300
7500

X
7.11
5.44
4.30
3.61
2.57
2.09
1.78
1.40
1.26
1.12
0.87
0.76
7.11
7.11
5.77
4.85
3.61
2.85
2.22
2.03
1.78
1.57
1.20
1.08
0.82

Voltage Drop (V/100m)

Z
16.34
11.19
8.34
6.80
4.69
3.77
3.21
2.55
2.03
1.78
1.36
1.20
11.14
11.14
8.63
7.03
5.07
3.96
3.07
2.81
2.46
2.18
1.48
1.34
1.01

0.7
16.78
14.87
13.98
14.32
12.70
12.78
13.60
13.81
12.54
12.26
11.75
13.00
12.09
15.35
14.91
15.21
14.06
13.71
13.30
15.59
15.34
15.08
12.72
14.44
12.91

0.8
17.50
15.37
14.37
14.67
12.98
13.04
13.88
14.10
12.63
12.34
11.81
13.06
12.14
15.41
14.88
15.12
13.90
13.53
13.12
15.38
15.14
14.89
12.30
13.95
12.45

0.9
17.83
15.49
14.38
14.64
12.89
12.95
13.78
14.00
12.32
12.03
11.49
12.70
11.80
14.98
14.36
14.50
13.25
12.86
12.46
14.60
14.38
14.15
11.35
12.87
11.47

1
16.06
13.55
12.37
12.47
10.87
10.89
11.58
11.79
9.88
9.62
9.14
10.08
9.35
11.87
11.11
11.02
9.87
9.50
9.18
10.76
10.61
10.46
7.60
8.58
7.59

Short Circuit Strength


The short circuit strength of the CL-LV has been tested as specified in IEC 61439-2, 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1, 2], and certified by KEMA.

Ampere(A)
1sec
AL
3sec
1sec
CU
3sec
28

630
40
23
40
23

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800
40
23
40
23

1000
50
29
50
29

1250
50
29
50
29

1600
50
29
50
29

2000
80
46
80
46

2500
80
46
80
46

3200
80
46
80
46

3600
100
58
100
58

4000
100
58
100
58

5000
100
58
100
58

6300
130
75
130
75

7500
130
75

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Temperature Rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise limit of the
bus duct is designed so that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current , the temperature limit values of the housing are within
55K as specified in IEC61439-2 and 6 [(previous standard) IEC 60439-1 and 2].

Technical Data

4
7

- Joint -

80

2 3
1

Temperature()

70
4

60

7 8

50
40

5
6

30

20
10
0

Classification

Censer Location
Temperature Rise
Value

3
4
Time(hr)

Joint Conductor
69K

62K

65K

Ambient
Temperature

Exterior of Epoxy
63K

52K

51K

44K

50K

21.4

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. Install Information

CR LV (Joint Kit)
1

Before connecting the bus ducts, be sure to align them at the top and the bottom and the
left and the right as well as horizontally and vertically. (This applies for joint connection of
the horizontal and vertical ducts.) Make sure that the joint kit is not tilted. Be sure that the
surface is clear of particles before connecting them.
Check List
The alignment of the bus ducts.
The surface of the joint must be clear of dust or particles.

Using a torque wrench, slowly tighten the exposed bolt head of a double head bolt. Connect
the bus ducts temporally first, and check the function of the insulation (100M or higher)
by checking the insulation resistance. Make sure the insulation is working normally before
breaking off the double-head bolt head. The double-head bolt head is designed to break off
at 800~1000Kgfcm, therefore tighten the exposed head until it breaks off. Once the exposed
head and the red tag attached to it have been cut off, the state of the joint connection should
be visible, which means they are properly connected.
Check List
Check the connection of the joint: The head of the double-head bolt and the red
tag should be cut off.

Assemble the ducts using a molding flask and rubber packing. Spray plenty of release
agent inside of the molding flask when the assembly is finished.
Check List
Assembling the molding flask
Spraying the release agent
Assorting the vertical type and horizontal type

While assembling the molding flask, be sure to position the rubber packing of the molding flask at 40 mm from the block end. Make sure there are no gaps between the rubber
packing and the bus ducts.
Check List
The location of the rubber packing: 40mm from the block end

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Be sure to keep the ambient temperature at 25C or higher before mixing the epoxy resin and
filler. When mixing the epoxy resin in a cool environment, be sure to cover the mixing container
to keep warm. It is to maintain the temperature of the container at 25C or higher. In order of
filler, epoxy resin and hardener, add them into the mixing container, and mix it for 15 minutes
using a hand drill. (Please contact our design team for information about how to maintain the
temperature of the container when mixing the epoxy resin in a cool environment.)
Check List
The ambient temperature: 25 C or higher
Mix filler, epoxy resin and hardener for 15 minutes

Pour the mixture into the molding flask. Maintain the ambient temperature at 25 C. When
molding in a cool environment, cover the molding flask to keep warm to maintain the
temperature at the molding flask. Remove foams on the surface of the mixture for about
1 hour. Mold only three joints out of a total of four, and continue molding the entire line
following the same procedure. Wait for 8 hours, and check the function of the insulation
by checking the insulation resistance. When it is normal, finish molding the remaining
joint. (Please contact our design team for information about covering the container when
molding the epoxy resin in a cool environment.)
Check List
Ambient temperature: 25C or higher
Removing foams on the surface of the mixture for 1 hour

Remove the mixture form the molding flask, and polish the rough surface with
sandpaper.

Intall
Information

Check List
When to remove the molding flask: 8 hours after the molding
Polishing the surface with sandpaper

Perform the final inspection to check the performance of the joint.


Check List
Final inspection of the joint

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LS Busduct System Catalogue

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Contents
II. General Data

33

III. Compenent
- Feeder
- Fittings
- Terminal
- Hanger
- Etc

35
36
37
38
39

IV. Technical Data


- Impedence
- Voltage Drop
- Temperature Rise

40
40
41

V. Install Information

42

. General Data

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Basic Structure
Gemeral Data

The CR-MV is compact in comparison with the air insulated types. It is completely covered with epoxy insulation
molding and provides high stability. The CR-MV is designed for 27kV or less, and 1250A up to 5000A.
The standard IP68 rating of the CR-MV is suitable for the exposed section of both indoor and outdoor installation,
and inadequate environments including humid areas.

[The Bus Duct with No Housing]

[The Bus Duct with Housing]

Specifics

Indoor Type

Outdoor Type

7.2kV

The Bus Duct with No Housing

The Bus Duct with Housing

7.2kV

The Bus Duct with Housing

The Bus Duct with Housing

Note
Either aluminum or copper conductors will be applied. Housing will be applied for both outdoor types and the bus ducts over 10kV for grounding
and shielding.

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33

Component

Basic Structure
In comparison with other NSPB type bus ducts for high voltage (27kV or less), the conductors and joints of the CR-MV
are completely molded with epoxy resin which provides a standard IP68 rating. The CR-MV is suitable for inadequate
environments including chemical plants, areas prone to flood, an exposed section of indoor and outdoor installation
and areas where condensation may occur.

[CR-MV]

[NSPB-MV]

Conductors

CR-MV

NSPB-MV

Insulation Type

Epoxy Resin Molding

Air Insulation

Installation Location

Special Plant (chemical plants, humid areas)

General plants

IP68
Complete molding system provides safety at any environment
Replacement and repair can be relatively difficult

IP42, 54, 65
The air inside of the housing can cause condensation
Relatively easy repair and replacement

Features

In addition to the regular, design and in-site test that the company performs
for all the products, the CM-MV has also been tested for partial discharge
tests to inspect the interior foams to provide stability.
Using mobile defoamers to remove foams from joint moldings at construction
sites provides quality as good as factory-manufactured moldings.
Regular test : Structure and visual inspection, dielectric test (AC),
partial discharge test
Design test : Temperature rise test, short circuit test, requested tests
by clients
In site test : Structure test, Insulation resistance test, dielectric test (DC)

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Feeder
Although the standard length of the LS C&S CR-MV Bus Duct feeder is 3 meters, it can be adjusted to the installation
environment, or on request. The housing is only applied for indoor installation and products with 10kV or higher.

C
A
C
A

t
t
W
B D
W B D

Component

A
t
A
t
W
B
W

B
W

Ampere(A)

CU

AL

1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
5000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000

7.2kV

Conductor

4
6
8
12
10
12
10
12
5
9
8
12
6
8
10

17.5kV
D

100

130

315

160

190

375

130

276

300

500

485

100

130

315

160

190

375

130

300

485

weight (kg/m)
Indoor Outdoor
89
98
103
114
157
166
247
260
83
86
87
89
124
126
193

113
122
127
138
183
192
278
292
107
110
111
113
151
152
225

315

150

335

210

395

320

540

505

150

335

210

395

230

505

weight
(kg/m)
119
127
132
143
199
207
286
299
113
115
116
118
166
167
232

* Further discussion is required with our design team for product with 17.5kV or higher.

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Component

Fittings
Fittings including the elbow and tee are designed to adapt to any change made to the direction of the bus ducts. The same
features have been applied to the fittings of the CR-MV, and the size specifications are shown below. (Please contact our
design team for detailed information of the dimension.)

Elbow
[Vertical]

[Horizontal]

Offset
[Vertical]
cal]

[Horizontal]
ontal]

Tee
[Vertical]

Combination
bination

36

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

[Horizontal]
orizontal]

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Terminal
Terminals are connected to the transformers or low-tension panels. The types of products are shown below. (Please contact
our design team for detailed information of the dimension.)

[Type2]

[Type3]

[Type4]

[Type5]

[Type6]

Component

[Type1]

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Component

Hangers
Both horizontal and vertical hangers are available for the CR-MV depending on the installation environment.

Horizontal
The standard horizontal installation method of the CR-MV requires two supports for each product. The standard 3
meter bus ducts are designed to be installed at 1.5-meter intervals, and the space between the hangers should not

Hanger rod

Hanger clamp

Hanger bar

Vertical Hangers
For vertical installation of The CR-MV, install the vertical hangers first, and fix the bus ducts on the hangers for
better support.

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Etc.
Wall Flange

Floor Opening
Floor opening size
Cut out

Wall opening size


Cut out

W+160
W+60

W+60

W+10
W

H+60

H+160

H+60

H+10

Component

A wall flange is used to seal the gaps produced during installation


of bus ducts at the walls, ceilings and floors. The company does not
provide glass wool or fire forms.

W : The width of the product


H : The height of the product

W : The width of the product


H : The height of the product

The required minimum distances from a wall for heat

BEAM

500mm

250mm

50mm

50mm

50mm

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. Technical Data

Technical Data
Impedance and Voltage Drop
The formula to measure the voltage drop of a busduct is shown below. The impedance and voltage drop values for aluminum and copper
conductors are shown in the table below.
The values listed are measured between upper and middle lines at 60Hz. For a 50Hz installation, multiply the reactance (X) by 0.83.

Vd = I x 3(R cos + X sin) Vd = voltage drop[V] I = rated road amperes[A] R = resistance[] X = reactance[] / cos = power factor / sim = reactive factor
=

( )

x Vd x

Actual load current


Actual length of the line (m)
x
Rated load current
100m

= 1, concentrated load
(a place such as an electrical room) F

= 0.5, Distributed load

(a place such as a vertical section)

F P

tF : Flanged End (panel connections) tP : Plug-in Unit

Impedancex10-3(u/100m,60Hz)

Ampere(A)
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3600
4000
5000

AL

CU

Voltage Drop(V/100m)

0.7

0.8

0.9

5.76
3.92
3.14
2.68
2.13
1.58
1.39
5.09
3.56
2.74
2.12
1.94
1.70
1.51
0.88

3.61
2.57
2.09
1.78
1.40
1.26
1.12
4.85
3.61
2.85
2.22
2.03
1.78
1.57
1.20

6.80
4.69
3.77
3.21
2.55
2.03
1.78
7.03
5.07
3.96
3.07
2.81
2.46
2.18
1.48

14.32
12.70
12.78
13.60
13.81
12.54
12.26
15.21
14.06
13.71
13.30
15.59
15.34
15.08
12.72

14.67
12.98
13.04
13.88
14.10
12.63
12.34
15.12
13.90
13.53
13.12
15.38
15.14
14.89
12.30

14.64
12.89
12.95
13.78
14.00
12.32
12.03
14.50
13.25
12.86
12.46
14.60
14.38
14.15
11.35

12.47
10.87
10.89
11.58
11.79
9.88
9.62
11.02
9.87
9.50
9.18
10.76
10.61
10.46
7.60

Short Circuit Strength


The short circuit strength of the CL-MV has been tested as specified inIEC 62271-Part 201.

Ampere(A)
AL
CU

40

1sec
3sec
1sec
3sec

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

1250
40
23
40
23

1600
50
29
50
29

2000
50
29
50
29

2500
50
29
50
29

3200
50
29
50
29

3600
50
29
50
29

4000
50
29
50
29

5000

50
29

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Temperature Rise
The temperature rise limit is an important property which determines the performance of bus ducts. The temperature rise limit of the bus duct
is designed so that when a bus duct is operated with a rated current, the temperature limit values of the housing are within 50K as specified
in IEC62271-Part 201.

Technical Data

3
6

- Joint -

80

Temperature()

70
60

2
1 3

50

6 7

40

4 5

30

20
10
0

Classification

3
4
Time(hr)

Joint Conductor

Censer Location
Temperature Rise
Value

51K

54K

8
Ambient
Temperature

43K

43K

27

Housing
51K

35K

35K

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

41

. Install Information

CR-MV (Phase to Phase Joint)


1

Before connecting the bus ducts, be sure to align them at the top and the bottom and the
left and the right as well as horizontally and vertically. (This applies for joint connection of
the horizontal and vertical ducts.) Make sure that the joint kit is not tilted. Be sure that the
surface is clear of particles before connecting them.
Check List
The alignment of the bus ducts.
The surface of the joint must be clear of dust or particles.

Connect the bus ducts using the provided joint plates and bolts as shown in the image.
Check List
Inspect the joint connection

Assemble the ducts using the molding flask and rubber packing. Spray plenty of release
agent inside of the molding flask when the assembly is finished.
Check List
Assembling the molding flask
Spraying the release agent
Assorting vertical type and horizontal type

While assembling the molding flask, be sure to position the rubber packing of the molding flask at 40 mm from the block end. Make sure there are no gaps between the rubber
packing and the bus ducts.
Check List
The location of the rubber packing : 40mm from the block end

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Be sure to keep the ambient temperature at 25C or higher before mixing the mixture.
When mixing in a cool environment, be sure to cover the mixing container to keep warm.
It is to maintain the temperature of the container at 25C or higher. In order of filler, epoxy
resin and hardener, add them into the mixing container, and mix it for 15 minutes using a
hand drill. Pour the mixture into the provided vacuum chamber, and whisk it for 30minutes
to remove foams.

Vacuum Chamber

Check List
The ambient temperature: 25 C or higher
Mix filler, epoxy resin and hardener for 15 minutes
Using mobile vacuum chamber to remove foams
Pour the mixture into the molding flask. Maintain the ambient temperature at 25 C. When
molding in a cool environment, cover the molding flask to keep warm to maintain 25C
at the molding flask. Remove foams on the surface of the mixture for about 1 hour. Mold
only three joints out of a total of four, and continue molding the entire line following the
same procedure. Wait for 8 hours, and check the function of the insulation by checking the
insulation resistance. When it is normal, finish molding the remaining joint.
Check List
Ambient temperature: 25C or higher
Removing foams on the surface of the mixture for 1 hour

Remove the mixture form the molding flask, and polish the rough surface with sandpaper.
Check List
When to remove the molding flask: 8 hours after molding

Intall
Information

Perform the final inspection to check the performance of the joint.

CR-LV/MV LS C&S-Busway System

43

VI. Certification & Specification

Certification & Specification

44

KEMA Certification (CR-LV)

KEMA Certification (CR-MV)

Short Circuit Test KERI


Certification (CR-LV)

Temperature Rise Test KERI


Certification (CR-LV)

Fireproof Certification (CR-LV)

Wall Opening Fireproof


Certification (CR-LV)

Flame Resistance
Certification (CR-LV)

Structural Loading
Certification (CR-LV)

Vibration Resistance
Certification (CR-LV)

ISO9001

ISO14001

OHSAS18001

Certification & Specification

CR-LV/MV LS -Busway System

VII. Busduct Major References

06 / 07

Busduct Major References

Base Oil Production

Abudhabi, UAE, 2012 completed


Investor : Takreer
Contractor : Samsung Engineering
Construction Period : 2011 ~ 2013

Abudhabi, UAE, 2013 Will be completed


Investor : Takreer
Contractor : Hyundai Engineering
Construction Period : 2011 ~ 2013

Borugh 3 XLPE

Adamant Data Center

Abudhabi, UAE,
2012~2013 Will be completed
Investor : Borouge
Contractor : Hyundai Engineering & Construction
Construction Period : 2011 ~ 2013

Petersburg, Russia, 2012 completed


Investor : ADAMANT GROUP
Contractor : ADAMANT GROUP
Construction Period : 2011 ~ 2012

Raganskiy Lyad

Gyron Data Center

Yekaterinburg, Russia, 2012 completed


Investor : TAGANSKIY LYAD LTD
Contractor : TAGANSKIY LYAD LTD
Construction Period : 2011 ~ 2012

Hemel Hempstead, UK,


2012~2013 completed
Investor : GYRON INTERNET LTD
Contractor : GYRON INTERNET LTD
Construction Period : 2012 ~ 2013

Certification &
Specification

Ruwais Refinery Expansion

Busduct Major
Reference

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45

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Memo

Certification &
Specification

MS/Windway LS C&S-Busway System

33

SIB (Solid Insulated Bus-system)


LS Busduct System Catalogue

07 of 08

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. General Data

16

III. Component

18

IV. Design & Test

20

V. Install Information

22

VI. Certification & Specification

23

I. Introduction

Overview
SIB
The LS C&S SIB (Solid Insulated Bus System) is a power distribution system with epoxy impregnated solid insulation. The SIB is an ideal product with the
benefits of bus ducts and cables combined. The SIB is suitable for high voltage (27kV or less) and high current (1000A to 7500A) by completely separating the
phases of the bus bars. By replacing the cables, the SIB provides space efficiency, and it also provides excellent short circuit strength and stability.

Large Capacity and Compact Size


The compact SIB can transmit larger capacity of power in comparison with the existing high voltage bus ducts.
The SIB uses only one bus bar for each phase to handle rated current sat up to 7500A, therefore, reducing inconveniency
of using several cables.

Economic and Easy Installation


The company provides customized design to maximize the space efficiency for each installation site. Compared to cables, the
coiling area of the SIB is noticeably less, and the system does not require additional trays, therefore, the installation is much easier.

Excellent Stability
The epoxy vacuum impregnation of the SIB provides highly stable electrical performance. Thanks to the completely separated
phases, it is completely free of short circuit between phases, and the system also comes with excellent short circuit strength.

Superb Weather Resistance


The solid molding design of the SIB protects the system from accidents caused by condensation. Using an exterior flexible tube
and STS, the system is reliable against external impact and weather including light, wind, rain, moisture, and gas. It is suitable for
both the indoors and outdoors.

Feeder

Indoor (Electrical Room)

Fitting

Joint ConFitting

Feeder

Joint Con-

TR Flanged
End Box

Switchgear
Switchgear
TR Flanged
End Box
Transformer

Outdoor

14

SIB LS C&S-Busway System

Transformer

II. General Data

06 / 07

Introduction

Application
Transformer/Generator

Gemeral Data

Limited areas where condensation may occur (the exposed


section between indoor and outdoor installation)

Ships
Power distribution on ship
Limited areas where high current needs to be transmitted

Large Plants, Factories and Large Buildings


Limited areas with curved spaces
Highly safe and easy maintenance

SIB LS C&S-Busway System

15

. General Data

General Data
Joint Connection
The system is very easy to install. By implementing flexible
bars, the expansion joint can be applied to the system.

16

Maintenance Free

Environmentally Friendly

The epoxy vacuum impregnation of the SIB provides


highly stable electrical performance. The completely
separated phases prevent any short circuits. The SIB is
perfectly safe from accidents caused by condensation
thanks to the completely molded bus duct design.
The SIB is partial discharge free, and can be used
semi-permanently.

The LS C&S Bus Ducts acquired RoHS certification, and only


uses components without hazardous substances such as
lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, PBBs and PBDEs.

Outstanding Durability

Standard

The SIB is designed to be safely used in inadequate


environments. The joint connections and the supports
of the SIB have been tested in actual wire routings
under severe service condition (class E10), and passed
the assessment of vibration fatigue.

IEC 60137
Insulated bushings for alternating voltages above 1000 V

Permissible Operating Temperature

Service Condition

The conductor size of the SIB has been designed to


satisfy the test methods and the standard permissible
operating temperature of IEC60137.

Ambient Temperature: -15~55 C


Relative Humidity : 95% or below
(When the service condition of the environment does
not meet the requirements listed above, please contact
our design team.)

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Manufacturing Process
The epoxy vacuum impregnation of the SIB provides highly stable electrical
performance.

preprocessing work

Gemeral Data

1
Sealing

loose cable

Fittings
The SIB has a wide range of fittings to satisfy
any layout of buildings.

Hardening/Removal of forms

Gas/Immersion

Conductors

Housing

The SIB uses either hollow or solid copper conductors


with conductivity at over 99%, or aluminum conductors
with conductivity at over 54%. The conductor areas are
plated in order to provide stable power supply, and to
prevent corrosion.

The housing of the SIB is a flexible plastic tube, and the


tube provides protections against environmental
elements including ultraviolet rays, humidity and
external impacts.

Insulation

Joint

The SIB Bus has been wrapped in crepe-paper, and then


dried in a vacuum state before epoxy resin molding.
Therefore, it provides excellent electrical performance.

The SIB uses flexible bars for connections. The design of


the flexible bar provides a stable power supply, and the
bar itself performs as an expansion joint. The system can
be shielded using insulating cylinders, and a standard
IP65 rating can be applied.

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Component

Basic Structure
Sectional View
Conductor
Hollow or solid conductors
Plated to provide a stable power
supply and to prevent corrosion

Epoxy Resin and Craft-Paper


Epoxy resin applied craft-paper
Excellent insulation performance

Ground Layers
Layer for ground has been applied
for safe external grounding

Flexible Tube (Outer Cover)


Suitable for outdoor use
Suitable for external environments
including ultraviolet rays

Exploded View

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Component
Feeders
The maximum length of the feeder is 7 meters, and the
feeder is designed for 27kV or less, or up to 7000A.
Either aluminum or copper conductors are available.

Fittings
The SIB has a wide range of fittings to satisfy any
layout of buildings.

Component

Single-Curve Type

Double-Curve Type

Double-Curve Type

End Connectors (Gas, Oil and Air)


Terminals have been welded at both ends of the
SIB. The terminals are designed to be easily connected to various equipments.

Support
Thanks to aluminum compressive members, the
supports are very light, and the self assembly
structure design ensures easy installation.

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. Design & Test

Product Design and Evaluation


The LS C&S SIB has been developed and designed through analysis of CAE, and mechanical, thermal and electrical simulations. The SIB also has been certified by authorized inspection agencies.

Electric Field Analysis

Thermal Analysis and

Long-Term Durability
Design and Evaluation

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Quailty Test
The LS C&S SIB has been tested and certified as specified in the
international standards (IEC 60137) by KEMA. The company
performed an additional long-term over current test at an actual
testing ground by applying current and voltage in accordance
with IEC 60502-4 to secure a long term reliability of the system.

Design & Test

Specifics

Description

Outdoor Termination

Sleeve

Indoor busbar

GIS connector
Termination

Gas Tank

Specifics

10

Description

Support and
Structure

Current Transformer

Cubicle

AC Internal Pressure
Testing Device

CT Controller

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. Install Information

Joint Connection

STEP 1
Check for any deformation or stain on the surface of the connectors.
Align them at the top and the bottom and the left and the right as
well as horizontally and vertically.

STEP 2
Connect the provided flexible bars as shown in the image. In order to
maintain the electric field of the internal equipotential of the joint box,
connect the springs of the joint box with the connecting terminal.
(Please contact the design team for detailed instructions.)

STEP 3
Push the joint box until it is positioned at the center to support the
joint box. Install clamps and connect the grounding.

STEP 4
Install rubber bellows, and fix one of the bellows using STSties. Add
moisture absorbent through the other bellow before fastening it
with STS ties.

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Certification & Specification

TUV Eco Friendly Certification

KEMA Certification

Intall
Information

ISO14001

Certification &
Specification

ISO9001

OHSAS18001

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Memo

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BTMS(Temperature
Monitoring System)

Contents
I. Introduction
- Overview
- Application

14
15

II. Component
- DTS

16

- MPTS

19

- IR-Ts

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I. Introduction

Overview
About BTMS
The temperature sensors of the Bus Duct Temperature Monitoring System (BTMS) measure bus duct temperatures in real time to check the abnormality
of the lines to prevent accidents. Therefore, the BTMS is the optimum monitoring system for bus ducts.

Why BTMS?
The standard evaluation method to check the stability of the bus duct and other power distribution system is the evaluation of a permissible temperature and temperature change of the insulation materials. The permissible temperature is also used by international standards such as IEC to evaluate the
stability. Therefore, any abnormality of a product can be detected just by checking the temperature change.

BTMS Benefit
1) Easy Maintenance: Real time monitoring of the entire system including inaccessible areas
2) Unmanned Monitoring System: Minimize the size of the supervision staff for periodic inspection

BTMS Measuring Principles


01 Fixed Temperature Measurement
(Comparison to the Standard Temperature)

Temperature()

Alarm

Detect abnormalities if the temperature increases over the set value of the
standard temperature.
Ex. Set at 60 C : A pre-alarm will be set off at 50 C
An alarm will be set off at 60 C

02 Differential Temperature Measurement


(Comparison to Time and Temperature)

Distance(m)

Temperature()
Alarm

Detect abnormality if the temperature increases over the set value of the
temperature during a certain period of time.
Ex. When the system is set for one minute, and the temperature variation is set
for 7C, an alarm will be set off if the temperature increases over the set value
within the scheduled time period.

03 Proportional Differential Temperature Measurement


(Comparison to Temperature Variations)

T
Distance(m)

Temperature()
Alarm
T

Detect abnormalities based on temperature variations between one


measuring point and the other.
Ex. An alarm will be set off when the temperature of a measuring point A is
higher than the temperatures of four locations before and after A.

04 Proportional Measurement
(Comparison to Temperature Differences)
For bus ducts with two or more stacks, an alarm will be set off if the temperature differences of the stacks are higher than the set value.
Ex. A-stsck : 55 , B-stack : 65

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Distance(m)

Temperature()
Alarm

Distance(m)

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Application
S

Introduction

DTS (Optical Fiber Cable Sensor)


MPTS (Digital Temperature Sensor)
S

S
IR-Ts (Infrared Temperature Sensor)

Feature

DTS (Optical Fiber Cable Sensor)

MPTS (Digital Temperature Sensor)

IR-Ts (Infrared Temperature Sensor)

- Sequential temperatures
- Measure temperature by conducting
properties
- High-speed response

- Measure temperatures at multiple points


- Proximity measurement of the points
- Identify the variation using data log

- Measure temperature at a specific point


- Direct or proximity measurement
- High-speed response

- Repeaterless measurement between


1 to 12km.

- Measure temperatures at specific points only


(up to 80 points can be measured on a single
line).

- Measure a specific point only


(single point for each line).

Economical
Efficiency

-Suitable for long-distance sensor installation.


-The cost of a measuring device is higher for
the optical fiber.

-Economical due to temperature sensors and


communication modules.
-Harness module

-Suitable for local or small-scale installation.


-The cost can be high, depending on the
sensor type.

Installation
and
Maintenance

- Maintenance for optical fiber cable routing is


required since optical attenuation can occur
when cable bends.
- Easy maintenance

- Connectors between the modules ensure


easy installation
- High-voltage line effect

- Additional repeaters and lines are


necessary when transmitting power
for multiple lines.
- Due to the single point for each line
system, high maintenance is required.

Application

- Power Plant, Oil & Gas


- Display, _Ex) Bus Duct

- Small-sized equipment facilities (electrical


rooms)
- Ex. joint connection of bus ducts

- Ex. Distribution panel+


bus duct joint connections

Monitoring

Maximum
Measurement
Section

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. Component

DTS
(Distributed Temperature System)
DTS Overview
1) Optical fibers are used as the temperature sensor for the DTS.
Compact and lig ht weight
The DTS does not get affected by EMC and EMI.
Economical
2) Measure and monitor temperature of long distance section.
3) A self-diagnosis system as well as an auto adjusting system for optical attenuation of optical fibers.
4) The DTS collects and manages the temperature data. The computer based system ensures easy management of HMI and data.

Principles of Distance Measurement


The distance of the point where the temperature has been measured is calculated using the process speed of the laser
pulse within the optical fibers.

x = c x t/2

Fiber is the distributed sensor

DTS
Laser Pulse

Laser
Backscattered Light

Detector

Principles of Temperature Measurement


Various back scattering laser lights return when the laser pulse has been discharged. One of the back scattering laser lights is
a Raman scattering light, and its wavelength change and scattering strength are used to measure the temperature.

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Directional
Coupler
Optical Fiber Sensor

las : The illumination level


of the anti-stoke light
la : The illumination level of
the stoke light
h : Planck constant
k : Boltzmann constant
c : The speed of light
v : Frequency of incident
light
T : Temperature

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Luminous
Source
Raman Scattering Laser Light
Rayleigh Band

Signal Processing

Anti-Stokes Raman
Band

Stokes Raman
Band

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Features of DTS
DTS
By channels (1,2,4,6ch) and distances (2,4,8,10,12km)
Temperature sensing distance(1m) , Accuracy

Industrial Computer
Stability of industrial PC
Fast and stable monitoring and data management
High capacity HDD with 1 terabyte

UPS (Optional)
Component

Provide stable power supply in case of power failure


Protect power supply of computer equipment
and peripheral devices

GUI
Objective and convenient screen layout
Self data backup and organization system
(data analysis-detect, manage and predict problems)

Relay and Warning light


Interlocked with the computer and can manage up to 8 signals
Semi-permanent LED warning lights

DTS
Monitoring PC
Optical Fiber

General Function
Monitoring temperature profile: Temperature vs. Distance graph
Monitoring by zones, lines and loads: Up to 500 pre-designated points and statistical information
Auto detection and warning system (when bidirectional measurement was applied) of optical attenuation and fiber cut
Warning system: Data prints based on real time temperature measurement
Warning signals can be interlocked with other systems
(Ex. Interlocking with fire signal)

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. Component

DTS Application

[SMS Transmission Screen]

[DTS Configuration Example]

[GUI Configuration Example]

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[Trend screen]

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MPTS
(Multi-Point Temperature System)
MPTS Preview
The MPTS measures temperature of a specific point by installing a digital temperature sensor at a specific point including the joint
connection of a bus duct.
Each sensor is linked to a communication system to transmit the measured temperature in real time.
Up to 80 points can be linked to a single communication line.

Principles of the Digital Temperature Sensor


Principles
The temperature is set by the size of the vibration energy of subtle displacement of atoms and molecules. The resistance values of metallic lines or
semiconductors change by temperature. An electromotive force can occur if the connecting point of dissimilar metals is heated. The digital temperature
sensor measures the resistance or the electromotive force to measure the temperature.

Feature
Component

The system prints out measured temperature vales in digitalized signals. Therefore, data management is easier, and it also prevents degradation caused
by noise. The sensor is energy efficient, and suitable for measuring temperature in wide areas.

The Structure of the Temperature Sensor


Temperature Sensor Module

Amplifying Circuit

Digital Converting Circuit

Digital Temperature Sensor


Temperature Sensor Module
- The current voltage characteristic changes in accordance with the temperature
variation at the P-N connecting point.

Amplifier Circuit
- In order to amplify the weak signal of the sensor data, an amplifier circuit has been
installed in the sensor.
- Potential exterior noise during signal amplifications has been eliminated.

Digital Converting Circuit


- Digitalized temperature value output
- Easy data management and prevention of the degradation caused by noise

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. Component

MPTS
The data collected by the sensor is gathered and saved at the data collection system, and monitored by a surveillance PC.

MPTS Setup
4

Configuration
No.

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Specifics

Feature

Sensor Module

Digital temperature sensor module with communication function

Data Collection Device

Collecting and transmitting of the temperature data of the sensor module

Power Supply Device

Supply power using the sensor module

Monitoring PC

Monitoring measure values through HMI


(data set-up, measuring, data log and information reference function)

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MPTS Application
Drawing up a draft plane is easier thanks to the graphic configuration of HMI, and managing the points using the remote observation system
reduces the work loads.

Component

Main Screen

Location Screen

Displays the temperature monitoring points

Displays the locations of the temperature monitoring points

Alarm Screen

Trend Screen

Displays the abnormalities, details and location

- Displays the temperature variation trend

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. Component

IR-Ts
IR-Ts Preview
The IR-Ts uses an infrared light noncontact temperature sensor to
measure and monitor the heat released from objects. The system is
suitable for dangerous environments including high voltage areas, or
areas where contact sensors are not feasible.

IR-Ts : Infrared Camera

Feature
1) Compact and light weight
2) Can be installed at all directions
3) Applicable Temperature Range: -20C~ 200C
4) Real time temperature variation measurement and video (CCTV Camera)
5) Wire or wireless communication network system

IR-Ts (CCTV)
: Infrared Camera + CCTV

Installation
(Exterior image of the distribution board)

Photographic Measuring
1) Infrared Camera(IR Cam)

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2) CCTV

3) Composite photograph of IR+CCTV

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IR-Ts Configuration

Temperature Sensors

Data Collection Device

Component

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