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Veri*Lite
Deadend, Suspension & Line Post Insulators
for 15-69kV Applications

Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and Index
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The Page
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B.
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned Deadend & Suspensions
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER Design Features..............................................22-2
Applications......................................................22-2
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for Mechanical Ratings.........................................22-2
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's
Insulation Coordination...........................22-2, 22-3
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is Packaging........................................................22-3
non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per- Sample Polymer Specification.........................22-3
son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended
by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product. Mechanical Characteristics.....................22-4, 22-6
Warranty - Application Electrical Characteristics, Key................22-5, 22-6
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or End Fitting Details............................................22-7
system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
VLS Insulator...................................................22-8
of charge.
Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., its
liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.
Copyright 2006 Hubbell/Ohio Brass

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The Veri*Lite Insulators in this publication embody the Washability


latest features available in polymer insulator design The Veri*Lite insulators listed in this catalog are suit-
and manufacture. able for washing by all known methods in current use.
Washing tests have been conducted with high-pressure
Ohio Brass began its efforts in polymer research in the equipment at close nozzle-to-insulator distances. No
early 1900s. After years of production and research water intrusion occurred, with multiple washings.
with organic compounds in the high voltage insulation
field, Ohio Brass introduced the Hi*Lite insulator in Standards
1976. A decade later the Ohio Brass polymer distribu- Veri*Lite suspension insulators meet the latest ANSI/
tion arrester, PDV-100, was introduced as the first U.S. IEEE-1024, CEA LWIWG-01, and IEC-1109 standards.
made polymer-housed MOV arrester. Ohio Brass manufacturing facilities are registered for
successful implementation of a quality system in accor-
Todays Veri*Lite insulators add to the 6 million distribu- dance with ISO 9002-1994, and the engineering design
tion arresters and over 3,000,000 polymer insulators practices have been registered to ISO 9001-1994.
already in service. These numbers show OBs dedica-
tion in providing a quality product for the electric utility Mechanical Ratings
industry. Specified Mechanical Load (SML) ratings for the insula-
tors are 15,000 pounds with ferrous end fittings.
Design
The structural design of the Veri*Lite insulator consists A Routine Test Load value (RTL) is assigned to each
of three basic parts: insulator. This is 50 percent of the SML rating.

Rod - Veri*Lite insulator fiberglass rod is produced A Proof Test is applied at the factory of 10,000 pounds.
from the highest quality materials. Strands are aligned This test load is higher than the recommended RTL to
for the maximum tensile strength. The rod is filled 57 help ensure the quality of our product.
percent, by volume, with electrical grade glass fibers.
Markings
End Fittings - Ferrous end fittings are crimped directly Markings are permanently embossed into the end
to the fiberglass rod by a process originated by Ohio fittings or polymer housing. These include the SML, as-
Brass. The crimp requires no intermovement of the sembly date code and Ohio Brass identification.
parts to achieve high strength, nor does it introduce
potting compounds or adhesives.
Equivalency
Even though porcelain specifications are written around
Weathersheds - Veri*Lite insulators are manufactured
strings of individual units, its an easy matter to select
with ESPTM silicone alloy rubber, the same proven ma-
Veri*Lite insulators for equivalency. This involves re-
terial used in PDV arresters and Hi*Lite insulators. ESP
viewing designs for the following:
is a polymer compound made by alloying silicone and
EPDM rubber. This alloy offers the desirable toughness
ELECTRICAL
and resistance to tracking of our original EPR, with the
Compare porcelain to Veri*Lite leakage distance.
hydrophobic characteristics derived from low molecular
Compare porcelain to Veri*Lite section length.
weight silicone oils.
MECHANICAL
Ohio Brass uses several tests to evaluate materials.
Compare porcelain M&E to Veri*Lite SML.
Tracking, QUV, corona cutting, salt fog, oxidative stabil-
ity and variations of differential thermal analysis tests
assure the quality of OBs shed material. For further Insulation Coordination
information on our polymers ask your Ohio Brass The operating performance of a distribution or trans-
representative for the publication Polymer Materials for mission line depends on its insulation level. It must not
Insulator Weathersheds EU1264-H. flashover under practically any operating condition.

Several methods of coordination of line and station


Leakage Distance insulation have been proposed. Generally, the best
Veri*Lite insulators feature high leakage distance for
method is to establish a definite common insulation
optimum contamination performance.
level for all the station insulation and then match that

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level with the line insulation. With this approach, the to five times the phase-to-ground voltage and a leak-
task is limited to three fundamental requirements: age distance approximately twice the shortest air-gap
1. Selection of the basic impulse insulation level (strike) distance.
(BIL).
2. Specification of insulation with flashover charac- Packaging
teristics equal to or greater than the selected BIL. Veri*Lite insulator standard packing is cartons on pal-
3. The application of suitable overvoltage surge lets.
protection.

Satisfactory performance is generally achieved with


an insulator which has a dry 60 Hz flashover of three

Sample Polymer Specification

Purpose: To ensure a suitable service life of polymer insulating materials.


I. Material Design Tests
- The following must be performed to certify a material for use in production.
1. Tracking test: Performed on a sample of material inclined at 30 and electrodes posi-
tioned 35mm apart. Samples are sprayed with a conductive solution (400cm) and ener-
gized at 10kV. The cycle is repeated every 90 seconds. The sample passes if there is:
1. No carbonization or tracking.
2. No erosion through sample.
3. No leakage current flow at the end of 90 seconds.
The sample must withstand 20,000 test cycles.
2. Ultraviolet Test: Samples of the rubber must be tested in a QUV tester or equivalent cyclic
weatherometer. The samples are exposed to high ultraviolet radiation and high humidity
without cracking, checking or becoming hydrophilic.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if it exceeds 8,000 hours of exposure without
damage.
3. Corona Cutting: Samples 5 cm by 7 cm are subjected to mechanical stress of 300,000
microstrain by bending samples around a grounded electrode. A needle-like electrode is
placed 1 mm from the surface of the sample and energized at 12 kV in a controlled humid-
ity chamber.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if there is no splitting or cutting. Samples
must pass 1,000 hours of exposure to this test.
4. Oxidative Stability: Samples of the polymer compound are tested using differential scan-
ning calorimetry. Samples are heated rapidly in a nitrogen atmosphere to the test tempera-
ture of 200C. The atmosphere is then changed to air and the temperature is maintained
until the antioxidant is consumed, as measured by an exothermic chemical reaction. The
time to this reaction must exceed 300 minutes.
5. Tear Strength: Rubber test slabs are prepared in accordance with ASTM Standards and
are tested to determine tear strength of the material. The minimum acceptable tear strength
is 125 lb./in.
II. Other Requirements
- The manufacturer must supply upon request a listing of routine tests performed to ensure
production compliance with design tests.

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0.625" (16mm) Diameter Rod Deadend Insulators

.625 Dia. Pin


STL HDG
End Fittings
D Diameter

1.62 1.56

.70 Dia. Hole

Mechanical Characteristics
X D Standard
Length Diameter Net Wt. 2RTL 3Proof
Package Torsion 1SML
Catalog No. of inches Inches pounds Qty. ft-lb pounds pounds pounds
Numbers Sheds (mm) (mm) (kg) Carton Pallet (N-m) (kN) (kN) (kN)
12.50 3.6 2.1 35 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010150215 4 15 480
(318) (92) (.95) (47) (70) (35) (44.5)
12.50 3.6 2.1 40 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010156215 4 15 480
(318) (92) (.95) (55) (70) (35) (44.5)
17.50 3.0 2.4 35 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010280215 8 15 360
(445) (76) (1.1) (47) (70) (35) (44.5)
17.50 3.0 2.4 40 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010286215 8 15 360
(445) (76) (1.1) (55) (70) (35) (44.5)
18.75 3.5 2.8 35 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010250215 8 15 360
(475) (89) (1.3) (47) (70) (35) (44.5)
18.75 3.5 2.8 40 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010256215 8 15 360
(475) (89) (1.3) (55) (70) (35) (44.5)
25.00 3.0 3.3 35 15,000 7,500 10,000
4010350215 8 15 300
(635) (76) (1.5) (47) (70) (35) (44.5)

1SML - Specified Mechanical Load is the tension load that a Veri*Lite insulator can withstand during a 90-second test without failure. SML is
comparable to the M&E strength rating of porcelain insulators.
2RTL - A Routine Test Load value is equal to 50% of the SML value.
3Proof Test - The mechanical tension load applied at the factory to each insulator for ten (10) seconds.
NOTE: PDI Type insulators are intended for applications which are within 45 of horizontal - to allow proper shed drainage.

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0.625" (16mm) Diameter Rod Deadend Insulators

.74 .60

.78

1.13

Electrical Characteristics
Leakage Dry Arc Critical Power SL
Distance Distance Flashover Flashover Arc of # of
Catalog Inches inches ANSI - kV ANSI RIV kA 4-1/4 Volt*/
Numbers Type (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV Test kV Max. V cycles Bells Class
16 8
4010150215 PDI-15 110 75 140 160 15 <10 150 2 15
(406) (203)
16 8
4010156215 PDI-15 110 75 140 160 15 <10 150 2 DS-15
(406) (203)
26 1214
4010280215 PDI-28 130 110 200 225 20 <10 150 25
(660) (311)
26 1214
4010286215 PDI-28 130 110 200 225 20 <10 150 DS-28
(660) (311)
31 14
4010250215 PDI-25 150 130 260 280 30 <10 150 3 25 & 35
(787) (356)
31 14
4010256215 PDI-25 150 130 260 280 30 <10 150 3 DS-35
(787) (356)
33 20
4010350215 PDI-35 200 160 325 360 30 <10 150 4 35
(838) (508)

*Phase-to-Phase voltage.

Key to the Catalog Numbers


401XXXX215 SML
Ferrous
0 = Std. Pin Voltage End-fitting
3 = Standard Pin Rotated Rating
End-fitting 0 = Standard Marking
kV
5 = ANSI 52-3 B & S 6 = LWIWG Marking
6 = IEC 16mm B & S

Example: Cat. #4013250215 is a Veri*Lite insulator, 25 kV. Rated with


standard pin and rotated end-fitting (ferrous) 15,000 lbs. SML, plus standard
markings.

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0.625" (16mm) Diameter Rod Suspension Insulators

SOCKET BALL

5.9

Mechanical Characteristics
Catalog No. of X D Net Wt. Standard 1SML 2RTL 3Proof

Numbers Sheds Length Diameter pounds Package pounds pounds pounds


inches Inches (kg) Qty. (kN) (kN) (kN)
(mm) (mm) Carton Pallet
4050021301 4 11.5 5.9 4 12 96 15,000 7,500 10,000
(292) (150) (1.8) (70) (35) (44.5)
4050029001* 4 12.5 5.9 4 12 96 15,000 7,500 10,000
(318) (150) (1.8) (70) (35) (44.5)
4050031301 6 17.25 5.9 4 12 96 15,000 7,500 10,000
(438) (150) (1.8) (70) (35) (44.5)
4050041301 8 23 5.9 5 12 96 15,000 7,500 10,000
(584) (150) (2.3) (70) (35) (44.5)
4050051301 10 28.75 5.9 6 12 48 15,000 7,500 10,000
(730) (150) (2.8) (70) (35) (44.5)
4050061301 12 34.5 5.9 7 12 48 15,000 7,500 10,000
(876) (150) (3.2) (70) (35) (44.5)
1SML - Specified Machanical Load is the tension load that a Veri*Lite insulator can withstand without failure. SML is compa-
rable to the M&E strength rating of porcelain insulators.
2RTL - A Routine Test Load value that is equal to 50% of the SML value.
3Proof Test - The mechanical tension load applied at the factory to each insulator for ten (10) seconds.

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0.625" (16mm) Diameter Rod Suspension Insulators

TONGUE
CLEVIS

5.9 DIA

Electrical Characteristics
Catalog Type Leakage Dry Arc Flashover Critical RIV
Power Equivalent Volt*
Numbers Distance Distance ANSI Flashover Arc number Class
Inches Inches ANSI kA of 10 x
(mm) (mm) cycles 5 3/ Bells
Dry- Wet- Pos- Neg- Test Max. 4

kV kV kV kV kV V
4050021301 VLS-2 23 11.75 135 110 225 255 21 <10 150 2 15/25
(584) (298)
4050029001** VLS-2 23 11.75 135 110 225 255 21 <10 150 2** 15/25
(584) (298)
4050031301 VLS-3 39 18 190 140 320 330 32 <10 150 3 35/46
(991) (457)
4050041301 VLS-4 54 23.7 255 190 420 435 48 <10 150 4 46/69
(1372) (602)
4050051301 VLS-5 69 29.5 315 245 500 510 48 <10 150 5 69
(1753) (749)
4050061301 VLS-6 84 35.2 370 305 610 580 48 <10 150 6 69
(2134) (894)
* Phase to Phase voltage
** Replaces two 10 x 6-1/4 distribution deadend bells.

VLS insulators are available with ANSI and IEC ball/ Suffix Code Tower-end Line-end
socket end fittings and also with clevis/tongue end fit- 1301 ANSI 52-3 Socket ANSI 52-3 Ball
tings. Please use the following 4-digit suffix codes after 1400 ANSI 52-6 Clevis ANSI 52-6 Tongue
the 6-digit catalog number. 2A07 IEC 16 mm Socket IEC 16 mm Ball

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Hardware Information

PDI Clevis PDI Tongue


Material: Steel Material: Steel

VLS Clevis VLS Tongue


Material: Steel Material: Steel

Ball Socket
ANSI 52-3 & IEC-16 mm ANSI 52-3 & IEC-16 mm
Material: Steel Material: Ductile Iron

45?

D
.88 DIA HOLE

.94

1.91 274887

A B

Material: Steel Round Pin Material: Steel

Clevis Pins Dimensions (in inches)


Type A B C D Material
Round Pin 2.0 .62 1.75 1038 Steel

Cotter Pin Material: Stainless Steel

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Hi*Lite XL Transmission Insulators

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Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product.
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. Warranty - Application
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S of charge.
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., its
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

Copyright 2006 Hubbell/Ohio Brass1850 Richland Avenue, EastAiken, SC 29801

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Hi*Lite XL Transmission Insulators

Suspensions A

Line Posts B

Section Braced Posts C


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Station Posts D

Sample Polymer Specs E

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Hi*Lite XL

Suspension Insulators
A

Table of Contents
Page
Design............................................................... 26-6
Rod.................................................................... 26-6
End Fittings....................................................... 26-6
Weathersheds................................................... 26-6
Interface............................................................ 26-6
Leakage Distance.............................................. 26-6
Washability........................................................ 26-6
Mechanical Ratings........................................... 26-6
Lengths Available.............................................. 26-6
Product Updates................................................ 26-6
Packaging.......................................................... 26-6
Corona Performance......................................... 26-7
Hi*Lite XL 25k SML Data................................... 26-8
Hi*Lite XL 30k SML Data................................... 26-9
Hi*Lite XL 50k SML Data................................. 26-10
End Fitting Detail............................................. 26-11
Key to the Catalog Numbers........................... 26-11

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Hi*Lite XL Insulators Leakage Distance


Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators in this publication em- Hi*Lite XL insulators feature high leakage distance for
body the latest features available in polymer maximum resistance to contamination and leakage cur-
insulator design and manufacture. rents. Specific leakage distance (leakage divided by dry
arcing distance) is higher than porcelain. Contact Ohio
From the early prototypes in 1971, through full scale
Brass if you have extra-high leakage distance needs.
introduction in 1976, and through the succeeding years,
Hi*Lite insulators have featured conservative design and
Washability
high-quality manufacture.
Hi*Lite insulators listed in this catalog are suitable for
Todays Hi*Lite insulators will add to the over 1,000,000
flood washing up to 200 psi. The design incorporates
already in service worldwide.
positive, labyrinth seals to ensure long-term security
against water entry. Conventional dry-particle, air-pres-
Design
sure cleaning methods may also be employed. A clean-
The structural design of the Hi*Lite XL consists of these ing guideline is available from Ohio Brass.
basic parts:
If your washing requirements exceed flood washing,
Rod - Hi*Lite insulator fiberglass rod is produced from contact Ohio Brass.
the highest quality materials. Strands are aligned for
maximum tensile strength. The rod is more than 50 Mechanical Ratings
percent glass fibers in cross section.
Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators are rated and tested in
End Fittings - End fittings are steel or ductile iron. They accordance with ANSI Standard C29.11. Certified test
are crimped directly to the rod by a special process orig- reports in detail are available.
inated by Ohio Brass, and later adopted by many other
producers. The crimp develops a high percentage of the SML ratings are 25k, 30k and 50k pounds.
rods inherent tensile strength. It requires no inter-move- RTL ratings are consistent with the ANSI standard. Ac-
ment of the parts to achieve high strength, nor does it tual factory routine tests are conducted at loads equal
introduce potting compounds or adhesives. to or greater than the RTL rating.
Weathersheds - Weathersheds are high pressure Markings for XL insulator designs are permanently
injection molded by Ohio Brass, from the proprietary embossed into the ground end corona shielding rings.
Markings include SML and RTL, part number, assembly
date code, and Ohio Brass identification.

Lengths Available
Hi*Lite suspension insulators are available in lengths
appropriate for 69 kV through 765 kV. Longer lengths
can be produced for special projects. Length incre-
ments are approximately three inches.

Product Updates
Hi*Lite XL insulator end fittings are attached with
an improved crimping process using the successful
compound ESP. Housings manufactured with ESP principles of earlier Hi*Lite designs. The corona shield
silicone alloy rubber exhibit hydrophobicity, high has been refined; a more compact Corona Shielding
mechanical strength, high corona resistance and low Ring (CSR) provides both electrical stress relief and a
permeability to moisture. mechanical seal at the housing-to-end fitting interface.
Interface - Hi*Lite insulators use Ohio Brass patented
live silicone interface (U.S. Patent No. 3,898,372). Packaging
This feature prevents intrusion of moisture and con- Hi*Lite suspension insulators are packaged in appropri-
taminating elements. If the exterior seal is damaged, ate quantities in wood crates. As an option, Ohio Brass
redundant o-ring seals within the live silicone interface offers packaging of the insulators in individual sleeves.
prohibit the lengthwise migration of intrusive elements
between shed and rod.

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Corona Performance
Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators are RIV and corona free through 161 kV, by the use of integral Corona Shield
Rings (CSR). Due to the small diameter of the end fittings, corona shielding is necessary at 230 kV and above.
The table below details the rings necessary for voltages equal to or exceeding that listed in the column header.

Normal Applications: Top Grounded, Bottom Energized


230 kV 345 kV 500 kV
Insulator Orientation Ring Ring Rings
Suspension Top NONE NONE 2717613001
25/30 K SML Bottom 2717613001 2717053001 2717513001 A
Suspension Top NONE NONE 2717613002
50 K SML Bottom 2717613002 2717053002 2717513002

The physical and electrical values for the insulators on pages 26-8 through 26-10 are shown without corona
protection above 161 kV. Ohio Brass has therefore provided the table below that yields the physical and electrical
changes to the insulator when rings are installed for voltages above 161 kV.

15.0"
8.0" 12.0"

Part Number 271761 Part Number 271705 Part Number 271751

Physical & Electrical Change Table


Physical & Electrical 230 kV 345 kV 500 kV
Characteristics Ring Ring Rings
Dry Arc Distance inches (mm) -1.2 (-30.48) -2 (-50.8) -5 (-127.0)
Leakage Distance inches (mm) 0 0 0
60 Hz Flashover Dry - kV -10 -15 -30
60 Hz Flashover Wet - kV 0 0 0
Critical Flashover Positive - kV -15 -25 -65
Critical Flashover Negative - kV -20 -30 -65
Net Weight pounds (kg) 3 (1.8) 3 (1.8) 5.1 (2.29)

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5/8" (16mm) Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length
Mechanical Ratings
SML = 25,000 lbs. 111 kN
RTL = 12,500 lbs. 56 kN 3.7"
Catalog
Selection Guide Number Section Dry Arc Leakage 60
(2) (2)
Critical Net
Typical with Length Number Distance Distance Flashover Flashover Weight
Line Voltage, kV (1) Y-Clevis - Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds
69 115 138 161 230 345 52.5 Ball (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kg)
34.7 24.7 61 4.8
5110041201 16 245 240 410 390
(881) (627) (1549) (2.2)
40.7 30.7 76 5.6
5110051201 20 310 295 505 490
(1034) (780) (1930) (2.5)
46.8 36.8 92 6.4
5110061201 24 370 350 605 595
(1189) (935) (2337) (2.9)
53.0 42.9 107 7.1
5110071201 28 430 405 700 695
(1346) (1090) (2718) (3.2)
59.1 49.1 122 8.0
5110081201 32 490 455 795 795
(1501) (1247) (3099) (3.6)
65.1 55.1 138 8.8
5110091201 36 545 505 890 890
(1654) (1397) (3505) (4.0)
71.3 61.2 152 9.5
5110101201 40 600 555 985 990
(1811) (1554) (3861) (4.3)
77.4 67.4 168 10.4
5110111201 44 655 605 1080 1090
(1966) (1712) (4267) (4.7)
83.5 73.5 184 11.2
5110121201 48 710 655 1170 1185
(2121) (1867) (4674) (5.1)
89.5 79.5 198 11.9
5110131201 52 760 700 1260 1280
(2273) (2019) (5029) (5.4)
95.7 85.6 214 12.7
5110141201 56 810 750 1350 1370
(2431) (2174) (5436) (5.8)
101.8 91.7 229 13.5
5110151201 60 855 790 1440 1465
(2586) (2329) (5817) (6.1)
108.0 97.9 245 14.4
5110161201 64 905 835 1530 1560
(2743) (2487) (6223) (6.5)
114.0 103.9 260 15.2
5110171201 68 945 880 1615 1650
(2896) (2639) (6604) (6.9)
120.1 110.0 275 15.9
5110181201 72 990 920 1705 1740
(3051) (2794) (6985) (7.2)
126.2 116.2 290 16.7
5110191201 76 1030 960 1790 1830
(3205) (2951) (7366) (7.6)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 345 kV, and other section lengths, contact Ohio Brass.
(2) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982. Electrical values are without corona ring.
For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 26-7 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to above data.
Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified in ANSI C29.11.

Ground Line Suffix Length Change Weight Change


Fitting Fitting Code Inches mm Pounds kg
Eye Ball 1001 -.06 -1.5 -2.5 -.11
Eye Eye 1000 1.28 32.5 -2.5 -.11
Socket Ball 1301 -.97 -24.6 -.05 -.01
Clevis Ball 1401 -1.00 -25.4 -.15 -.07
Y-Clevis Eye 1200 1.34 34.0 0 0
Clevis Eye 1400 .34 8.6 -.15 -.007
For configurations not shown contact Ohio Brass.
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5/8" (16mm) Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length
Mechanical Ratings
SML = 30,000 lbs. 133 kN
RTL = 15,000 lbs. 67 kN 3.7"
Catalog
Selection Guide Number Section Dry Arc Leakage 60
(2) (2)
Critical Net
Typical with Length Number Distance Distance Flashover Flashover Weight
Line Voltage, kV (1) Y-Clevis - Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds
69 115 138 161 230 345 52.5 Ball (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kg)
34.7 24.7 61 4.8
5150041201
(881)
16
(627) (1549)
245 240 410 390
(2.2) A
40.7 30.7 76 5.6
5150051201 20 310 295 505 490
(1034) (780) (1930) (2.5)
46.8 36.8 92 6.4
5150061201 24 370 350 605 595
(1189) (935) (2337) (2.9)
53 42.9 107 7.1
5150071201 28 430 405 700 695
(1346) (1090) (2718) (3.2)
59.1 49.1 122 8
5150081201 32 490 455 795 795
(1501) (1247) (3099) (3.6)
65.1 55.1 138 8.8
5150091201 36 545 505 890 890
(1654) (1397) (3505) (4.0)
71.3 61.2 152 9.5
5150101201 40 600 555 985 990
(1811) (1554) (3861) (4.3)
77.4 67.4 168 10.4
5150111201 44 655 605 1080 1090
(1966) (1712) (4267) (4.7)
83.5 73.5 184 11.2
5150121201 48 710 655 1170 1185
(2121) (1867) (4674) (5.1)
89.5 79.5 198 11.9
5150131201 52 760 700 1260 1280
(2273) (2019) (5029) (5.4)
95.7 85.6 214 12.7
5150141201 56 810 750 1350 1370
(2431) (2174) (5436) (5.8)
101.8 91.7 229 13.5
5150151201 60 855 790 1440 1465
(2586) (2329) (5817) (6.1)
108 97.9 245 14.4
5150161201 64 905 835 1530 1560
(2743) (2487) (6223) (6.5)
114 103.9 260 15.2
5150171201 68 945 880 1615 1650
(2896) (2639) (6604) (6.9)
120.1 110 275 15.9
5150181201 72 990 920 1705 1740
(3051) (2794) (6985) (7.2)
126.2 116.2 290 16.7
5150191201 76 1030 960 1790 1830
(3205) (2951) (7366) (7.6)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 345 kV, and other section lengths, contact Ohio Brass.
(2) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982. Electrical values are without corona ring.
For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 26-7 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to above data.
Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified in ANSI C29.11.
Y-Clevis Tower Attachment Detail
for 25k, 30k, and 50k SML Insulators
Ground Line Suffix Length Change Weight Change
Fitting Fitting Code Inches mm Pounds kg
Eye Ball 1001 -0.06 -1.5 -2.50 -0.110
D Max.
Eye Eye 1000 1.28 32.5 -2.50 -0.110
Socket Ball 1301 -0.97 -24.6 -0.05 -0.010
1" Dia. Minimum
1/8" x 45 Chamfer 3/4" Max. Clevis Ball 1401 -1.00 -25.4 -0.15 -0.070
SML D Max. Inches Y-Clevis Eye 1200 1.34 34.0 0.00 0.000
25/30k .531
50k 1.0
Clevis Eye 1400 0.34 8.6 -0.15 -0.007
To achieve insulator SML value, proper grade steel should be used For configurations not shown contact Ohio Brass.
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7/8" (22mm) Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length
Mechanical Ratings
SML = 50,000 lbs. 222 kN
RTL = 25,000 lbs. 111 kN
4.0"
Catalog
Selection Guide Number Section Dry Arc Leakage 60(2) (2)
Critical Net
Typical with Length Number Distance Distance Flashover Flashover Weight
Line Voltage, kV (1) Chain Eye - Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds
115 138 161 230 345 500 52.11 Ball (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kg)
55.8 42.9 106 12.7
5130071001 28 430 400 700 695
(1417) (1090) (2692) (5.8)
62.0 49.0 121 13.7
5130081001 32 490 455 795 795
(1574) (1245) (3073) (6.2)
68.0 55.0 136 14.8
5130091001 36 545 505 890 890
(1727) (1397) (3454) (6.7)
74.1 61.2 151 15.9
5130101001 40 600 555 985 990
(1882) (1554) (3835) (7.2)
80.3 67.3 167 16.9
5130111001 44 655 605 1080 1090
(2040) (1709) (4242) (7.7)
92.4 79.5 197 19.1
5130131001 52 760 700 1260 1280
(2347) (2019) (5004) (8.7)
98.5 85.6 212 20.2
5130141001 56 810 745 1350 1370
(2502) (2174) (5385) (9.2)
104.7 91.7 228 21.2
5130151001 60 855 790 1440 1465
(2659) (2329) (5791) (9.6)
116.8 103.9 258 24.4
5130171001 68 945 875 1615 1650
(2967) (2639) (6553) (11.1)
123.0 110.0 273 24.5
5130181001 72 990 915 1705 1740
(3124) (2794) (6934) (11.1)
129.1 116.2 288 25.5
5130191001 76 1030 955 1790 1830
(3279) (2951) (7315) (11.6)
141.2 128.3 319 27.6
5130211001 84 1110 1035 1960 2005
(3586) (3259) (8103) (12.5)
153.5 140.6 349 29.8
5130231001 92 1180 1105 2125 2175
(3899) (3271) (8885) (13.5)
165.7 152.7 379 31.9
5130251001 100 1245 1175 2285 2345
(4209) (3879) (9627) (14.5)
177.9 165.0 410 34.0
5130271001 108 1305 1240 2445 2510
(4519) (4191) (10414) (15.4)
184.1 171.1 425 35.1
5130281001 112 1330 1270 2520 2590
(4676) (4346) (10795) (15.9)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 500 kV, and other section lengths, contact Ohio Brass.
(2) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982. Electrical values are without corona ring.
For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 26-7 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to above data.
Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified in ANSI C29.11.

Ground Line Suffix Length Change Weight Change


End Fitting Example Fitting Fitting Code Inches mm Pounds kg
You need the electrical and mechanical characteristics .18
Y-Clevis Ball 1201 -.58 -14.7 .4
of Catalog #5130101001. But, a Y-clevis is needed at
the ground end instead of an eye. From the table at Eye Eye 1000 1.26 32.0 -.4 -.18
the right, find the code for the Y-clevis/ball configura- Socket Ball 1301 -.72 -18.3 .4 .18
tion 1201. You should order Catalog #5130101201. Y-Clevis Eye 1200 -.58 -14.7 0 0
The same process is used for 5/8" (25k) and 7/8"
(30k) insulators. For configurations not shown contact Ohio Brass.

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Most Common End Fittings

Chain Eye ANSI Ball* Y-Clevis Fitting ANSI Sock- ANSI Clevis

FITTING SML ANSI dimensions in. (mm)


TYPE k-LB (kN) CLASS A B C D
CHAIN EYE 25 (111) - 30 (133) - 0.62 1.00 2.00 0.62
50 (222) - 0.75 1.00 2.00 0.85
BALL & SOCKET 25 (111) - 30 (133) 52-5 0.73 1.29 - -
50 (222) 52-11 0.92 1.63 - -
Y-CLEVIS 25 (111) - 30 (133) - 0.75 1.53 - -
50 (222) - 0.88 1.59 - -
CLEVIS 25 (111) - 30 (133) 52-6 0.62 0.75 1.50 1.10

* For IEC 16mm and 20mm Ball and Socket fittings, contact Ohio Brass.

Hi*Lite XL Suspension Insulators:


Key to the Catalog Numbers
5 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 1
Line End Fittings
Hi*Lite XL Chain Eye.................................. 00
ANSI Ball (1).............................. 01
Strength
Y-Clevis..................................... 02
1 = 25K SML
ANSI Socket (1)......................... 03
5 = 30K SML
ANSI Straight Clevis.................. 04
3 = 50K SML

Ground End Fittings


Construction Chain Eye.................................... 0
0 = Standard Hardware/0 Added Sheds
ANSI Ball (1)................................ 1
1 = Dull Hardware/0 Added Sheds
Y-Clevis....................................... 2
2 = Standarad Hardware/2 Added Sheds
ANSI Socket (1)........................... 3
3 = Dull Hardware/2 Added Sheds
ANSI Straight Clevis.................... 4

Labeling
Weathershed Configuration 1 = English
Number of sheds equals this number times four, plus 2 = Metric (2)
any added sheds listed in the construction digit. R = English w/8" Corona Ring
W = English w/12" Corona Ring
(1) For IEC Ball and Socket fittings, contact Ohio Brass. T = English w/15" and 8" Corona Ring
(2) Metric labeling of ANSI, or IEC insulators.

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Hi*Lite XL
Line Post Insulators

Table of Contents
Page
Design............................................................. 26-14
Rod.................................................................. 26-14
End Fittings..................................................... 26-14
Weathersheds................................................. 26-14
Interface.......................................................... 26-14
Leakage Distance............................................ 26-14
Washability...................................................... 26-14
Mechanical Ratings......................................... 26-14
Corona Rings.................................................. 26-15
Packaging........................................................ 26-15
Key to 2.5" Catalog Numbers.......................... 26-15
Hi*Lite XL 2.5" Rod Horizontal Line Posts....... 26-16
Hi*Lite XL 2.5" Rod Vertical Line Posts........... 26-17
Hi*Lite XL 2.5" Rod Vertical Line Post
Assembly..................................................... 26-18
Hi*Lite XL 2.5" Rod Base Fittings.................... 26-19
Hi*Lite XL 2.5" Rod Line Fittings..................... 26-20
Hi*Lite XL 3.0" Rod Horizontal Line Posts....... 26-21
Key to 3.0" Catalog Numbers.......................... 26-21
Hi*Lite II 3.0" Rod Horizontal Line Posts......... 26-22
Hi*Lite II 3.0" Rod Vertical Line Posts............. 26-23
Hi*Lite XL 3.0" Rod. Dia. Base Fittings............ 26-24
Hi*Lite XL 3.0" Rod. Dia. Line Fittings............. 26-25
Clamps and Assemblies.................................. 26-26

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Hi*Lite* XL Insulators
Hi*Lite XL line post insulators in this publication em- Mechanical Ratings
body the latest features available in polymer insulator Line post insulators are basically cantilever support
design and manufacture. members, with ratings defined as follows:
From the early prototypes in 1971, through full scale in- Specified Cantilever Load (SCL)
troduction in 1976, and through the succeeding years,
Hi*Lite insulators have featured conservative design SCL is the ultimate cantilever strength rating of the
and high-quality manufacture. Hi*Lite XL line post insulator. SCL is identical to the
minimum average breaking load (ABL) rating in previ-
Todays Hi*Lite insulators will add to the over 1,000,000 ous catalogs.
already in service worldwide.
Reference Cantilever Load (RCL)
Design
RCL is the maximum recommended load in cantilever
The structural design of the Hi*Lite XL consists of these that a Hi*Lite XL post insulator is designed to withstand
basic parts: during its life, and is equal to 50% of the SCL. RCL
Rod - Hi*Lite insulator fiberglass rod is produced from is identical to maximum working load (MWL) listed in
the highest quality materials. Strands are aligned for previous catalogs. Line design loads applied to post
maximum tensile strength. The rod is more than 50 per- insulators often include tension, or compression, in ad-
cent glass fibers in cross section. dition to the primary vertical cantilever load. In addition,
End Fittings - End fittings are aluminum or ductile some longitudinal load is usually designed for as well.
iron. They are crimped directly to the rod by a special Combined Load
process originated by Ohio Brass, and later adopted by Contact your Hubbell Power Systems representative
many other producers. The crimp requires no inter- for combined load applications.
movement of the parts to achieve high strength, nor
does it introduce potting compounds or adhesives.
Weathersheds - Weathersheds are high pressure
injection molded by Ohio Brass, from the proprietary
compound ESP. Housings manufactured with ESP
silicone alloy rubber exhibit hydrophobicity, high
mechanical strength, high corona resistance and low
permeability to moisture.
Interface - Hi*Lite insulators use Ohio Brass patented
live silicone interface (U.S. Patent No. 3,898,372).
This feature prevents intrusion of moisture and con-
taminating elements. If the exterior seal is damaged,
redundant o-ring seals within the live silicone interface
prohibit the lengthwise migration of intrusive elements
between shed and rod.
Leakage Distance
Hi*Lite XL insulators feature high leakage distance for
maximum resistance to contamination and leakage
currents.
Washability
Hi*Lite Line Post insulators listed in this catalog are
suitable for flood washing up to 200 psi. The design in-
corporates positive, labyrinth seals to ensure long-term
security against water entry. Conventional dry-particle,
air-pressure cleaning methods may also be employed.
A cleaning guideline is available from Ohio Brass.
If your washing requirements exceed flood washing,
contact Ohio Brass.

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2.5" (63.5mm) Rod Diameter Horizontal Line Posts

Recommended
Corona Rings Torque
Hi*Lite XL line post insulators are corona free through 10 Ft.-Lb.
161 kV.

161 kV Recommended
Application & below 230 kV 345 kV Torque
45 Ft.-Lb.
Line End Top - NONE Top - 2721273001 Top - 2721273001
Energized Bott - NONE Bott - NONE Bott - NONE

Bottom End Top - NONE Top - NONE Top - NONE


Energized Bott - NONE Bott - 2721273001 Bott - 2721273001
B
3.4375

12
Packaging
Hi*Lite XL line post insulators are packaged in appro-
priate quantities in open wood crates. As an option, Part Number 2721273001
Ohio Brass offers packaging of the insulators in indi- Control Ring
vidual sleeves.

Hi*Lite XL Line Post Insulators:


Key to the Catalog Numbers
5 2 2 0 0 8 1 1 0 0
Hi*Lite XL
XL Post Base End Fittings
Unitary D.I. Gain (15/16" Holes)........... 00
Unitary Flat 8x10 (15/16" Holes).......... 01
Strength Al Gain 12 CL (15/16" Holes)............... 02
2 = 2.5" DIA Al Flat 8x10 (15/16" Holes)................... 03
Al Flat 8x13 (15/16" Holes)................... 04
5" Bolt Circle (tapped 11/16" Holes)..... 05
Construction Steel Gain (15/16" Holes)..................... 07
0 = Standard Steel Flat 8 x 13 (15/16" Holes)............ 08
1 = Dulled HDW

Line End Fittings


Weathershed Configuration Two Hole Blade........................... 0
To determine the number of insulator Labeling Horizontal Clamptop.................... 1
sheds, multiply this number by two. 1 = English Vertical Clamptop........................ 2
2 = Metric (1) 5" Bolt Circle (through)................ 5
(1) Metric labeling only. Insulators and hardware are ANSI. M = English w/12" Two Hole Long Blade.................. 9
Corona Ring

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2.5" (63.5mm) Rod Diameter Horizontal Line Posts


X
See Page 26-20

Two Hole Blade End Fitting


12? Reduces the X dimension
by .75"

7.62 DIA Clamptop:


Maximum Design Tension = 2,500 lb (11.1 kN)
Two-Hole Blade:
Line & Base Detail see pages 26-19 & 26-20 Maximum Design Tension = 7,500 lb. (33.4 kN)
Catalog #
Selection Guide
with X Dry Arc Leakage (1)
60 (1)
Critical Net
Typical
Gain Base Length No. Distance Distance Flashover Flashover RCL Weight
Line Voltage, kV
& Clamptop Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds pounds
69 115 138 161 230 345 End Fittings (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kN) (kg)
33.5 23 54 2500 47
5220041102 8 215 195 340 455
(851) (584) (1372) (11.1) (21.3)
38.6 28 68 2500 50
5220051102 10 270 245 420 535
(980) (711) (1727) (11.1) (22.7)
43.9 33 82 2135 54
5220061102 12 325 295 505 620
(1115) (838) (2083) (9.5) (24.5)
49.2 39 96 1865 57
5220071102 14 385 340 590 705
(1250) (991) (2438) (8.3) (25.9)
54.5 44 110 1650 61
5220081102 16 440 385 675 785
(1384) (1118) (2794) (7.3) (27.7)
59.6 49 124 1490 65
5220091102 18 490 430 760 865
(1514) (1245) (3150) (6.6) (29.5)
64.8 55 138 1350 68
5220101102 20 545 475 845 950
(1646) (1397) (3505) (6.0) (30.9)
70.1 60 152 1235 72
5220111102 22 600 520 930 1035
(1781) (1524) (3861) (5.5) (32.7)
75.4 65 166 1140 75
5220121102 24 650 560 1015 1115
(1915) (1651) (4216) (5.0) (34.1)
80.5 71 180 1060 79
5220131102 26 700 600 1095 1195
(2045) (1803) (4572) (4.7) (35.9)
85.8 76 194 990 82
5220141102 28 755 635 1180 1280
(2180) (1930) (4928) (4.4) (37.2)
91.1 81 208 925 86
5220151102 30 805 675 1265 1365
(2314) (2057) (5283) (4.1) (39.0)
96.3 87 222 870 89
5220161102 32 855 710 1350 1445
(2446) (2210) (5639) (3.6) (40.4)
101.4 92 236 820 93
5220171102 34 905 745 1435 1525
(2575) (2337) (5994) (3.6) (42.2)
106.7 97 250 780 97
5220181102 36 955 780 1520 1610
(2710) (2464) (6350) (3.5) (44.0)
112.0 103 264 740 100
5220191102 38 1005 810 1605 1695
(2845) (2616) (6706) (3.3) (45.4)
Notes: (1) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982. Electrical values are without corona ring.
(2) RCL is the maximum continuous load at which the post should be applied.
For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 26-15 for Corona Rings.
Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified in ANSI C29.11.

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2.5" (63.5mm) Rod Diameter Vertical Line Posts


Maximum Design Tension
2,500 lb (11.1 kN)

Aluminum Alloy
A356-T6

Catalog No. 75115


Line & Base Fitting Detail see pages 26-19 & 26-20 134,400 In.-Lb. Rating

Selection Guide
Catalog # X Dry Arc Leakage (1)
60 (1)
Critical Net
Typical
with 5" Bolt Length No. Distance Distance Flashover Flashover RCL Weight
Line Voltage, kV
Circle & Vert. Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds pounds
69 115 138 161 Clamptop(3) (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kN) (kg)
30.7 23 54 2500 27
5220041205 8 215 195 340 455
(780) (584) (1371) (11.1) (12.3)
35.9 28 68 2475 30
5220051205 10 270 245 420 535
(912) (711) (1727) (11.0) (13.6)
41.3 33 82 2115 34
5220061205 12 325 295 505 620
(1049) (838) (2083) (9.4) (15.4)
46.7 39 96 1850 37
5220071205 14 385 340 590 705
(1186) (991) (2438) (8.2) (16.8)
52.1 44 110 1640 41
5220081205 16 440 385 675 785
(1323) (1118) (2734) (7.3) (18.6)
57.4 49 124 1480 45
5220091205 18 490 430 760 865
(1458) (1245) (3150) (6.6) (20.4)
Notes: (1) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982.
(2) RCL is the maximum cantilever continuous load at which the post should be applied.
(3) Mounting Base Catalog No. 75115 may be ordered with these Catalog numbers for a vertical assembly.

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2.5" (63.5mm) Rod Diameter Vertical Line Post Assembly

0.678 DIA.
4 HOLES

1.625

7.438 5.75

Aluminum Alloy
6063-T5
Base Detail

To Order an Assembly - Pick an insulator from


Table A based on your Electrical and Mechanical
needs next, select a Base configuration from
Line End Fitting Detail see pages 26-19 & 26-20
Table B, for your mounting position needs.

Selection Guide (1) B C D


Catalog # A Length Length Diameter
Typical
with Vertical Length XX Inches Inches Inches
Line Voltage, kV
Clamptop & Inches Code Style (mm) (mm) (mm)
69 115 138 161 Base Code (mm) 20 12 .8125
20 Face
30.4 (508) (305) (21)
52200412XX
(772) 20 12 .8125
21 Side
35.6 (508) (305) (21)
52200512XX
(904) 20 12 .9375
22 Face
41.0 (508) (305) (24)
52200612XX
(1041) 20 12 .9375
23 Side
46.4 (508) (305) (24)
52200712XX
(1179) 31.75 16 .8125
24 Face
51.8 (806) (406) (21)
52200812XX
(1316) 31.75 16 .8125
25 Side
57.0 (806) (406) (21)
52200912XX
(1448) 31.75 16 .9375
26 Face
(1) Insulators in Table A have the same electrical and mechanical (806) (406) (24)
characteristics as those on Page 26-17 with Code 1205. 31.75 16 .9375
27 Side
Table A (806) (406) (24)
Table B

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2.5" (63.5 mm) Rod Diameter Base Fittings

A
H

B
Unitary Gain Unitary Flat

Standard Gain Base


has a 90 opening. For
other available openings,
contact Ohio Brass.

Al & Steel Gain Al & Steel Flat

Horizontal & Vertical Bases Dimensions (in inches)


Type (Code)* A B C D E F G H I J K Material
Unitary D.I. Gain (00) 12.0 14.0 1.75 8.06 - 3.54 0.5 12 0.94 0.94 x 1.31 1.90 60-45-12 D.I.
Unitary D.I. Flat (01) 10.0 12.2 8.0 10.0 5.0 - 0.8 12 0.94 - - 60-45-12 D.I.
5" B.C. (15) 4.75 6.25 3.63 0.90 5.0 - - - 0.69 - - 60-45-12 D.I.
5" B.C. (05) 4.75 6.25 3.63 0.90 5.0 - - - 5/8 - 11 UFS - - 60-45-12 D.I.
Al Gain (02) 12.0 14.0 - 8.06 6.13 5.56 0.5 12 0.94 0.94 x 1.31 - 6063 T5 Al
Al Gain (12) 12.0 14.0 - 8.06 6.13 5.56 0.5 12 0.81 0.94 x 1.31 - 6063 T5 Al
Steel Gain (07) 12.0 15.0 - 8.33 6.5 6.04 0.38 12 0.94 0.94 x 2.0 - Low Carbon Steel

Al Flat (03) 10.0 12.0 8.0 10.0 5.0 4.0 0.5 12 0.94 - - 6063 T5 Al
Al Flat (13) 10.0 12.0 8.0 10.0 5.0 4.0 0.5 12 0.81 - - 6063 T5 Al
Steel Flat (08) 13.0 15.0 8.0 10.0 6.5 4.0 0.5 12 1.125 x 0.94 0.94 x 2 12.0 Low Carbon Steel

Al Flat (04) 13.0 15.0 8.0 10.0 6.5 4.0 0.5 12 0.94 0.94 x 1.31 12.0 6063 T5 Al
Al Flat (14) 13.0 15.0 8.0 10.0 6.5 4.0 0.5 12 0.81 0.81 x 1.31 12.0 6063 T5 Al
*Code is the third and fourth numbers in the Suffix Code of the Catalog Number.

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2.5" (63.5 mm) Rod Diameter Line Fittings

Transverse Compressing Swing Angle


for Conductor Suspension Clamp
2 Hole Blade (Std.) 2 Hole Long Blade
40 deg. max. 64 deg. max.

Two Hole Blade Horizontal Clamptop


*12 upsweep post angles

5" Bolt Circle Vertical Clamptop


Line or Base Fitting Part per ANSI C29.7
Horizontal & Vertical End Fittings Dimensions (in inches)
Type (Code)* A B C D E F G H I J L M Material
2 Hole Blade (0) 5.73 4.0 - 0.75 5.25 1.25 1.50 2.00 1.0 1.44 0.5R 0.44 R 60-40-18 D.I.
2 Hole Long Blade (9) 5.73 4.0 - 0.75 7.75 1.25 4.0 4.5 1.0 1.44 0.5R 0.44R 60-40-18 D.I.
H. Clamptop (1) 8.24 4.0 3.30 1.12 4.72 4.0 - - 5/8 - 11 UFS 0.75 - - 60-40-18 D.l.
5" B.C. (3) 4.75 6.25 3.63 0.90 5.0 - - - 5/8 - 11 UFS - - - 60-45-12 D.I.
5" B.C. (5) 4.75 6.25 3.63 0.90 5.0 - - - 0.69 x Holes - - - 60-45-12 D.I.
V. Clamptop (2) 5.88 4.0 3.30 1.12 5.37 4.0 1.06 - 5/8 - 11 UFS - - - 60-40-18 D.I.
*Code is the 2nd number in the Suffix Code of the Catalog Number.

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3.0" (76.2 mm) Rod Diameter Line Posts

Corona Rings Application 138/161 kV 230 kV 345 kV


Hi*Lite XL line post insulators are corona-free through
230 kV line-to-ground. Line End Top - NONE Top - NONE Top - 2737743001
Energized Bott. - NONE Bott. - NONE Bott. - NONE

Recommended
Torque
10 FT.-Lb.

Recommended
Torque
B
45 FT.-Lb.

Part Number 2737743001


Control Ring

Hi*Lite XL Line Post Insulators:


Key to the Catalog Numbers

5 2 3 0 0 8 1 1 0 4
Hi*Lite XL
XL Post
Base End Fittings
Strength Al Gain (1-1/16" Hole and 1-1/16" x 2-5/9" Slot)....... 02
3 = 3.0" DIA St Flat 14" CL (1-1/16" x 2-9/16" Slots)..................... 04
5" Bolt Circle (Tapped)...............................................05
St Gain (1-1/16" Hole and 1-1/16" x 2-5/9" Slot)....... 07
Construction St Flat 9" x 13" (59/64" Holes)...................................08
0 = Standard
1 = Dulled HDW

Line End Fittings


Weathershed Configuration Two Hole Blade........................... 0
To determine the number of insulator Labeling Horizontal Clamptop.................... 1
sheds, multiply this number by two. 1 = English Vertical Clamptop........................ 2
2 = Metric (1)
M = English w/15"
Corona Ring

(1) Metric labeling only. Insulators and hardware are ANSI.


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3.0" (76.2mm) Rod Diameter Horizontal Line Posts


See Page 26-25

Horizontal Clamptop End Fitting


Increases the X dimension
by 1"

Clamptop:
Maximum Design Tension = 2,500 lb (11.1 kN)
Two-Hole Blade:
Line & Base Detail see Pages 26-24 & 26-25 Maximum Design Tension = 12,500 lb. (55.6 kN)

Selection Guide Catalog #


Typical with X Dry Arc Leakage (1)
60 (1)
Critical Net
Flat Base Length No. Distance Distance Flashover Flashover (2)
RCL Weight
Line Voltage, kV
& Two Hole Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds pounds
69 115 138 161 230 345 Blade (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kN) (kg)
38.8 29 77 4405 90
5230051004 10 295 250 445 540
(986) (737) (1956) (19.6) (40.8)
43.8 34 93 3780 95
5230061004 12 345 295 530 620
(1113) (864) (2362) (16.8) (43.1)
49.0 39 108 3295 100
5230071004 14 395 335 615 705
(1245) (991) (2743) (14.7) (40.9)
54.8 45 124 2920 106
5230081004 16 445 380 695 790
(1392) (1143) (3150) (13.0) (48.1)
59.3 50 140 2620 110
5230091004 18 495 420 780 870
(1506) (1270) (3556) (11.7) (49.9)
64.5 55 156 2380 115
5230101004 20 545 465 865 955
(1638) (1397) (3962) (10.6) (52.2)
69.5 60 171 2185 120
5230111004 22 590 505 950 1035
(1765) (1524) (4343) (9.7) (54.4)
74.7 66 187 2015 125
5230121004 24 640 550 1035 1120
(1897) (1676) (4750) (9.0) (56.7)
79.9 71 203 1865 130
5230131004 26 685 590 1120 1200
(2029) (1803) (5156) (8.3) (58.9)
85.0 76 218 1740 135
5230141004 28 735 640 1205 1285
(2159) (1930) (5537) (7.7) (61.2)
90.2 82 234 1630 141
5230151004 30 780 670 1290 1365
(2291) (2083) (5944) (7.2) (63.9)
95.2 87 250 1535 146
5230161004 32 825 710 1370 1445
(2418) (2210) (6350) (6.8) (66.2)
100.4 92 265 1450 151
5230171004 34 870 755 1455 1530
(2550) (2337) (6731) (6.5) (68.5)
105.5 98 281 1370 156
5230181004 36 915 795 1540 1615
(2680) (2489) (7137) (6.1) (70.8)
110.7 103 297 1300 161
5230191004 38 960 835 1625 1695
(2812) (2616) (7544) (5.8) (73.1)
115.9 108 313 1240 166
5230201004 40 1000 875 1710 1780
(2944) (2743) (7950) (5.5) (75.3)
Notes: (1) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982. Electrical values are without corona ring.
(2) RCL is the maximum continuous load at which the post should be applied.
For voltages above 230 kV refer to Page 26-21 for Corona Rings. Electrical values are shown
for insulators without rings. For electricals with rings, contact Ohio Brass.

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3.0" (76.2 mm) Rod Diameter Vertical Line Posts


Maximum Design Tension
2,500 lb (11.1 kN)

Line & Base Fitting Detail see pages 26-24 & 26-25

Selection Guide
Catalog # X Dry Arc Leakage (1)
60 (1)
Critical Net
Typical
with 5" Bolt Length No. Distance Distance Flashover Flashover (2)RCL Weight
Line Voltage, kV
Circle & Vert. Inches of inches inches ANSI ANSI pounds pounds
69 115 138 161 Clamptop (mm) Sheds (mm) (mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos-kV Neg-kV (kN) (kg)
38.0 29 77 2500 54
5230051205 10 295 250 445 540
(965) (737) (1956) (11.1) (24.5)
43.2 34 93 2500 59
5230061205 12 345 295 530 620
(1097) (864) (2362) (11.1) (26.8)
48.5 39 108 2500 64
5230071205 14 395 335 615 705
(1219) (991) (2743) (11.1) (29.1)
53.8 45 124 2500 69
5230081205 16 445 380 695 785
(1367) (1143) (3150) (11.1) (31.4)
59.2 50 140 2500 74
5230091205 18 495 420 780 870
(1504) (1270) (3556) (11.1) (33.6)
64.5 55 156 2335 79
5230101205 20 545 465 865 950
(1638) (1397) (3962) (10.4) (35.9)
Notes: (1) Tests in accordance with ANSI C29.1-1982.
(2) RCL is the maximum cantilever continuous load at which the post should be applied.

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Hi*Lite XL 3.0" Rod Dia. Base Fittings

Aluminum Gain 5" Bolt Circle

Steel Gain Steel Flat

Horizontal & Vertical Bases Dimensions (in inches)


Type (Code)* A B C D E F G H I J Material
5" B.C. (05) 6.36 5.9 4.37 1.2 5.0 - - - 5/8 - 11 UFS - 60-40-18 D.I.
Al Gain (02) 14.0 17.0 - 8.079 7.75 5.949 0.53 14 1.06 1.06 x 2.56 6063 T5 Al
Steel Gain (07) 14.0 17.0 - 9.65 7.75 7.03 0.5 14 1.06 1.06 x 2.56 Low Carbon Steel
Steel Flat (08) 13.0 15.0 9.0 11.0 6.5 4.12 0.5 14 0.938 - Low Carbon Steel
Steel Flat (04) 14.0 17.0 - 10.0 7.75 4.12 0.5 14 - 1.06 x 2.56 Low Carbon Steel

*Code is the 2nd number in the Suffix Code of the Catalog Number.

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Hi*Lite XL 3.0" Rod Dia. Line Fittings

Vertical Clamptop Horizontal Clamptop


Part per ANSI C29.7 Part per ANSI C29.7

Two Hole Blade

Horizontal & Vertical End Fittings Dimensions (in inches)


Type (Code)* A B C D E F G H I J K L M Material
2 Hole End (0) 6.16 5.63 3.84 0.75 6.12 1.57 2.0 2.5 - 1.44 1.24 0.5R 0.44 R 60-40-18 D.I.
H. Clamptop (1) 8.64 5.63 3.84 1.12 4.72 4.0 - - 5/8 - 11 UFS 0.75 - - - 60-40-18 D.l.
V. Clamptop (2) 6.31 5.63 3.84 1.12 5.37 4.0 1.06 - 5/8 - 11 UFS - - - - 60-40-18 D.I.

*Code is the 2nd digit in the Suffix Code of the Catalog Number.

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Clamptop Clamp

Figure 1 Figure 2
Clamptop clamps can be mounted directly on Hi*Lite XL 250 posts if the posts are ordered with the horizontal or vertical clamptop option.

Catalog Number Fig. No. Body & Clamping Range Ultimate Body Strength
Keeper Material Inches (mm) Lbs. (kN)
TSC57 1 356-T6 Al 0.25-057 (6.3-14.4) 2800 (1.273)
TSC106 1 356-T6 Al 0.50-1.06 (12.7-26.9) 2800 (1.273)
TSC150 1 356-T6 Al 1.00-1.50 (25.4-38.1) 2800 (1.273)
TSC200 2 356-T6 Al 1.50-2.00 (38.1-50.8) 2800 (1.273)

Jumper Clamps and Assemblies


A practical application of Hi*Lite line posts is for support
of jumper loops on transmission lines.
Horizontal motion of the jumper is restricted, and the fac-
tor of wind sway is eliminated. Additionally the crossarm
length may be reduced. The Difference in cost of insulation
is not significant but, the savings in tower cost can be at-
tractive. Regardless of cost, the use of a jumper support
improves construction.
If using a single clamp, clamp position relative to the in-
sulator may be changed by bolting the clamp through the
upper hole in the insulator end fitting.
Jumper clamps are not intended for tangent span
applications.
Figure 1 Figure 3
Catalog Clamping Post
Figure Yoke Type
Number Range (Inches) Type
1 976423002 None 1.00 - 1.40 Any
1 976423003 None 1.40 - 1.60 Any
1 600643001 None 1.60 - 2.00 Any
2 2717243001 Dual 1.00 - 1.40 250
2 2717253001 Dual 1.40 - 1.60 250
2 2717263001 Dual 1.60 - 2.00 250
2 2738383001 Dual 1.00 - 1.40 300
2 2738393001 Dual 1.40 - 1.60 300
2 2738403001 Dual 1.60 - 2.00 300
3 2721763001 Triple 1.00 - 1.40 250
3 2721773001 Triple 1.40 - 1.60 250
3 2721783001 Triple 1.60 - 2.00 250
3 2738413001 Triple 1.00 - 1.40 300
3 2738423001 Triple 1.40 - 1.60 300
3 2738433001 Triple 1.60 - 2.00 300
4 2721793001 Quad 1.00 - 1.40 250
Figure 2 4 2721803001 Quad 1.40 - 1.60 250 Figure 4
4 2721813001 Quad 1.60 - 2.00 250
4 2738443001 Quad 1.00 - 1.40 300
4 2738453001 Quad 1.40 - 1.60 300
4 2738463001 Quad 1.60 - 2.00 300

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Hi*Lite XL
Braced Posts
Table of Contents
Page
Dimension and Strength Ratings..................... 26-28
Assembly Drawings......................................... 26-29

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Assemblies

Catalog number covers complete assembly including DIMENSIONS AND


insulator and hardware as illustrated.
The need to minimize the tower size and visual impact of
STRENGTH RATINGS
transmission lines has prompted increased interest in braced A pivoting horizontal-V assembly utilizes a line post insulator
line posts, horizontal-V, and pivoting V assemblies. These fastened to the structure with a hinged base. Alternatively, the
insulating structures offer vastly improved vertical load base may be replaced with a universal joint.
capabilities over conventional lines posts while retaining the
These assemblies are available for voltages up to and
advantages of a fixed conductor position.
including 345 kV with a wide variety of hardware to meet the
A braced line post uses a conventional line post with a sus- needs of your application. The figures illustrated depict typical
pension string tied to the tower face with a link. A horizontal-V arrangements which provide an economical means of with-
replaces the link with a fixed offset extending from the tower standing unusual loads. For more information on these and
face adding a stabilizing force to the assembly. Both these numerous other variations of line post assemblies, contact
assemblies are available with flat or gain bases. your Ohio Brass representative.

Braced Line Post Assembly


Typical Cat # Cat # Component Dimensions (in.) Maximum Loadings** (lb.)
System Gain Flat Insulators Compres-
kV Base Base Post Suspension A B C D X Vertical Tension sion Longitudinal
115/138 234220 234221 522008 511010 53.7 72.8 74.0 79.8 2 11280 7500 12500 1730
115/138 234222 234223 522009 511211 58.8 81.9 83.0 88.9 2 11280 7500 12500 1550
161 234224 234225 522010 511013 64.1 91.1 91.0 98.1 2 11280 7500 12500 1410
161 234226 234227 522011 511014 69.4 97.2 96.0 104.2 2 11280 7500 12500 1280
230 * 234228 234229 522014 511018 85.0 121.6 118.0 128.6 2 11280 7500 11810 1020
230 * 234230 234231 522015 511219 90.3 130.7 127.0 137.7 2 11280 7500 10470 960
HORIZONTAL V Assembly
Typical Cat # Cat # Component Dimensions (in.) Maximum Loadings** (lb.)
System Gain Flat Insulators Compres-
kV Base Base Post Suspension A B C D X Vertical Tension sion Longitudinal
115/138 234232 234233 522008 511007 54.9 54.6 51.0 61.6 18 9980 7500 12500 1680
115/138 234234 234235 522009 511008 60.1 60.7 56.0 67.7 20 9980 7500 12500 1510
161 234236 234237 522010 511009 65.5 66.7 61.0 73.7 22 9980 7500 12500 1370
161 234238 234239 522011 511010 70.9 72.8 66.0 79.8 24 9980 7500 12500 1250
230 * 234240 234241 522014 511013 86.9 91.1 80.0 98.1 28 9980 7500 12500 1000
230 * 234242 234243 522015 511014 92.3 97.2 85.0 104.2 30 9980 7500 12500 930

pIVOTING HORIZONTAL V Assembly


Typical Cat # Cat # Component Dimensions (in.) Maximum Loadings** (lb.)
System Gain Flat Insulators Compres-
kV Base Base Post Suspension A B C D X Vertical Tension sion Longitudinal
115/138 234244 522008 511007 55.2 54.6 51.0 61.6 18 9980 7500 12500
115/138 234245 522009 511008 60.4 60.7 56.0 67.7 20 9980 7500 12500
161 234246 522010 511009 65.8 66.7 61.0 73.7 22 9980 7500 12500
161 234247 522011 511010 71.2 72.8 66.0 79.8 24 9980 7500 12500
230 * 234248 522014 511013 87.2 91.1 80.0 98.1 28 9980 7500 12500
230 * 234249 522015 511014 92.6 97.2 85.0 104.2 30 9980 7500 12500
Contact your Ohio Brass representative for designs utilizing the optional pivoting strut member.
* Corona rings are required for 230 kV and above.
** Maximum loads are for single loads in the specified direction.

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Assembly Drawings

C
BRACED LINE POST HORIZONTAL-V

GAIN BASE MOUNTING

FLAT BASE MOUNTING

PIVOTING BASE MOUNTING


PIVOTING HORIZONTAL-V

OPTIONAL PIVOTING STRUT MEMBER

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HI*LITE II
STATION
POST
INSULATORS
Table of Contents
Page
Station Post Insulator Ratings......................... 26-31
Series 175: 3" Bolt Circles............................... 26-32
Series 250: 3" and 5" Bolt Circles.................... 26-33

NOTE: Insulators listed here are Hi-Lite II de-


sign having individual weathersheds
assembled to the core rod and sealed
via axial compression in the polymer D
rubber material.

HI-LITE II POST INSULATORS


Maximum Design Cantilever Rating (MDC)
MDC is the maximum recommended load in cantilever
that a Hi*Lite post insulator is designed to withstand dur-
ing its service life.
Average Failing Load (AFL)
AFL is the average failing load of a Hi*Lite line or station
post insulator. This value can be determined by multiply-
ing the MDC by a factor of 2.5.
Selection
If you need a Hi*Lite post that is different from those shown
in this catalog, please contact your OB representative.
Hi*Lite station posts meet electrical and dimensional
specifications of their porcelain equivalents. Mechanically,
the Hi*Lite are less rigid with more deflection under both
cantilever and torsional loading.

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HI*LITE II
STATION POST
INSULATORS
Series 175
3" (76mm) Bolt Circles

2326863001

NOTE: Insulators listed here are Hi-Lite II design


having individual weathersheds assembled
onto the core rod and sealed via axial com-
pression in the polymer shed material.

CATALOG NUMBER (3" BOLT CIRCLES) 2326863001 2326853001 2331923001 2331873001


BIL (kV) 150 200 250 350
Height X in. (mm) 14 (356) 18 (457) 22 (559) 30 (762)
Leakage Distance in. (mm) 27 (685) 40 (1015) 49 (1240) 76 (1930)
60-Hz Withstand 10 sec/wet (kV) 80 120 150 230
Maximum Design Cantilever lb. (kN) 2390 (10.67) 1750 (7.78) 1390 (6.23) 980 (4.39)
Maximum Design Tension lb. (kN) 10,000 (44.5) 10,000 (44.5) 10,000 (44.5) 10,000 (44.5)
Maximum Design Compression lb. (kN) 10,000 (44.5) 15,000 (66.7) 15,000 (66.7) 15,000 (66.7)
Maximum Design Torsion in.-lb. (N-meter) 3000 (339) 3000 (339) 3000 (339) 3000 (339)
Deflection at Stated Cantilever in. (mm) 0.31 (7.9) 0.62 (15.9) 1.02 (25.9) 2.16 (54.9)
Weathersheds 4 6 7 11
Net Weights lb. (kg.) 22.5 (10.2) 25 (11.3) 28 (12.7) 33 (15.0)

Note: Station Posts are also available in non-standard section lengths.


Contact your Ohio Brass representative.

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HI*LITE II
STATION POST
INSULATORS
Series 250
5" (127mm) Bolt Circles

2321993001

D
2323373001

CATALOG NUMBER (3" BOLT CIRCLES) 2323013001 2321993001 2323003001 2323093001


BIL (kV) 350 550 650 750
Height X in. (mm) 30 (762) 45 (1143) 54 (1372) 62 (1575)
Leakage Distance in. (mm) 63 (1570) 102 (2590) 128 (3250) 148 (3760)
60-Hz Withstand 10 sec/wet (kV) 190 300 380 430
Maximum Design Cantilever lb. (kN) 1400 (6.23) 930 (4.14) 770 (3.42) 670 (2.98)
Maximum Design Tension lb. (kN) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133)
Maximum Design Compression lb. (kN) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222)
Maximum Design Torsion in.-lb. (N-meter) 9,000 (1000) 9,000 (1000) 9,000 (1000) 9,000 (1000)
Deflection at Stated Cantilever in. (mm) 1.0 (25) 2.3 (58) 3.4 (86) 4.5 (114)
Weathersheds 7 11 14 16
Net Weights lb. (kg.) 30 (13.6) 42 (19) 51 (23) 54 (24.5)

CATALOG NUMBER (5" BOLT CIRCLES) 2323363001 2323373001 2323383001 2323393001 2323753001
BIL (kV) 350 550 650 750 900
Height X in. (mm) 30 (762) 45 (1143) 54 (1372) 62 (1575) 80 (2032)
Leakage Distance in. (mm) 64 (1626) 109 (2770) 130 (3300) 156 (3960) 204 (5180)
60-Hz Withstand 10 sec/wet (kV) 190 320 380 450 560
Maximum Design Cantilever lb. (kN) 2900 (12.90) 1850 (8.23) 1520 (6.76) 1310 (5.83) 990 (4.45)
Maximum Design Tension lb. (kN) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133) 30,000 (133)
Maximum Design Compression lb. (kN) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222) 50,000 (222) 35,000 (156)
Maximum Design Torsion in.-lb. (N-meter) 9000 (1000) 9000 (1000) 9000 (1000) 9000 (1000) 9,000 (66.7)
Deflection at Stated Cantilever in. (mm) 1.77 (45 4.13 (105) 6.00 (152) 8.00 (203) 13.50 (343)
Weathersheds 8 12 14 17 22
Net Weights lb. (kg.) 30 (13.6) 42 (19) 51 (23) 54 (24.5) 72 (32.7)

Notes: 1. Station Posts are also available in non-standard section lengths. Contact Ohio Brass.
2. At 230 kV, corona ring 2721273001 may be required.
3. For through holes, specify code 3002.
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Sample Polymer Specification

Purpose: To ensure a suitable service life of polymer insulating materials.


I. Material Design Tests
- The following must be performed to certify a material for use in production.
1. Tracking test: Performed on a sample of material inclined at 30 and electrodes
positioned 35mm apart. Samples are sprayed with a conductive solution (400cm)
and energized at 10kV. The cycle is repeated every 90 seconds. The sample pass-
es if there is:
1. No carbonization or tracking.
2. No erosion through sample.
3. No leakage current flow at the end of 90 seconds.
The sample must withstand 15,000 test cycles.
2. Ultraviolet Test: Samples of the rubber must be tested in a QUV tester or equiva-
lent cyclic weatherometer. The samples are exposed to high ultraviolet radiation
and high humidity without cracking, checking or becoming hydrophilic.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if it exceeds 8,000 hours of exposure
without damage.
3. Corona Cutting: Samples 5 cm by 7 cm are subjected to mechanical stress of
300,000 strain by bending samples around a grounded electrode. A needle-like E
electrode is placed 1 mm from the surface of the sample and energized at 12 kV in
a controlled humidity chamber.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if there is no splitting or cutting.
Samples must pass 1,000 hours of exposure to this test.
4. Oxidative Stability: Samples of the polymer compound are tested using differ-
ential scanning calorimetry. Samples are heated rapidly in a nitrogen atmosphere
to the test temperature of 200C. The atmosphere is then changed to air and the
temperature is maintained until the antioxidant is consumed, as measured by an
exothermic chemical reaction. The time to this reaction must exceed 300 minutes.
5. Tear Strength: Rubber test slabs are prepared in accordance with ASTM Stan-
dards and are tested to determine tear strength of the material. The minimum ac-
ceptable tear strength is 150 lb./in.
II. Other Requirements
- The manufacturer must supply upon request a listing of routine tests performed to
ensure production compliance with design tests.

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Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com

UNITED STATES CANADA MEXICO

HUBBELL POWER SYSTEMS, INC. HUBBELL CANADA LP HUBBELL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE. CV
210 N. Allen 870 Brock Road South Av. Coyoacan No. 1051
Centralia, Mo 65240-1395 Pickering, Ontario L1W 1Z8 Col. Del Valle
Phone: 573-682-5521 Phone: 905-839-1138 03100 Mexico, D.F.
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POWER SYSTEMS, INC. 23

Veri*Lite
Silicone Rubber Line Post Insulators
for 15-72kV Applications

Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such
Index
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and Page
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. Line Posts
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned Mechanical Ratings.........................................23-2
Equivalency.....................................................23-2
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S Packaging........................................................23-3
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's
Sample Polymer Specification.........................23-3
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's Table.................................................... 23-4 & 23-5
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is Post Base & Line Fittings..................... 23-6 & 23-7
non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended Application Curves............................... 23-8 & 23-9
by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product. Line Post Insulator Studs...............................23-10
Warranty - Application Suspension Trunnion Bolted Aluminum......... 23-11
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or
system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
Bracket, Pole Top Insulator............................23-12
applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free Bracket, Horizontal Insulator..........................23-13
of charge. Bracket, Vertical Insulator..............................23-13
Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., its
Bracket, Pole Top Insulator............................23-14
liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study. Brackets, Post Insulator.................................23-15
Super Top-Tie Line Ties.................................23-16

Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com
NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

Copyright 2006 Hubbell/Ohio Brass1851 Richland AvenueAiken, SC 29801

OHIO BRASSAIKEN, SC, USA AUGUST 2006


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Veri*Lite Insulators embody the latest features avail- Standards


able in polymer insulator design and manufacture. Veri*Lite line post insulators meet ANSI C29.18-2003
and CEA LWIWG-02-1996 standards.
Ohio Brass began its efforts in polymer research in the
early 1900s. After years of production and research The Ohio Brass facility in Aiken, SC, USA is registered
with polymeric compounds in the high voltage insula- for successful implementation of a quality system in ac-
tion field, Ohio Brass introduced the Hi*Lite insulator in cordance with ISO 9001-2000.
1976. A decade later the Ohio Brass polymer distribu-
tion arrester, PDV-100, was introduced as the first U.S. Mechanical Ratings
made polymer-housed MOV arrester. Specified Cantilever Load (SCL) is the ultimate can-
tilever strength rating. Maximum Design Cantilever
Todays Veri*Lite post insulators build upon the experi- Load (MDCL) or Working Cantliever Load (WCL) is the
ence of placing over 15 million polymer distribution maximum continuous cantilever load at which the post
arresters, 13 million polymer deadend distribution in- insulator should be applied.
sulators and 2 million high voltage transmission insula-
tors in service. Ohio Brass is dedicated to providing a Markings
quality product for the electric utility industry. Markings are 0.12 inch high raised letters in the rubber
and include: Base catalog number, CEA LWIWG Class,
Design SCL in pounds, MDCL/WCL in kN and date code. Ohio
The structural design of the Veri*Lite insulator consists Brass identification is cast into the end fittings.
of three basic parts:
Equivalency
Rod - Veri*Lite insulator fiberglass rod is produced from Equivalency of line post insulators involves a check of
the highest quality materials. Strands are aligned for the general characteristics.
maximum tensile strength. The rod is filled 65 percent,
by volume, with electrical grade glass fibers. MECHANICAL
Compare the SCL of the polymer insulator to the
End Fittings - Ferrous end fittings are directly crimped cantilever strength rating of the porcelain insulator.
to the fiberglass rod by a process originated by Ohio
Brass. The crimp requires no intermovement of the ELECTRICAL
parts to achieve high strength, nor does it introduce Compare porcelain to Veri*Lite leakage distance.
potting compounds or adhesives. Compare porcelain to Veri*Lite section length.
Weathersheds - Veri*Lite insulators are manufactured
Insulation Coordination
with OBs proprietary silicone rubber.
The operating performance of a distribution or trans-
mission line depends on its insulation level. It must not
Ohio Brass uses several tests to evaluate materials.
flashover under practically any operating condition.
Tracking, QUV, corona cutting, salt fog, oxidative stabil-
ity and variations of differential thermal analysis tests
Several methods of coordination of line and station
assure the quality of OBs shed material.
insulation have been proposed. Generally, the best
method is to establish a definite common insulation
Leakage Distance level for all the station insulation and then match that
Veri*Lite insulators feature high leakage distance for level with the line insulation. With this approach, the
optimum contamination performance. task is limited to three fundamental requirements:
1. Selection of the Basic Impulse Insulation Level
Washability (BIL).
The Veri*Lite insulators listed in this catalog are suit- 2. Specification of insulation with flashover charac-
able for washing by all known methods in current use. teristics equal to or greater than the selected BIL.
Washing tests have been conducted with high-pressure 3. The application of suitable overvoltage surge
equipment at close nozzle-to-insulator distances. No protection.
water intrusion occurred after multiple washings.

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Satisfactory performance is generally achieved with Packaging


an insulator which has a dry 60 Hz flashover of three Veri*Lite insulator standard packing is cartons on pal-
to five times the phase-to-ground voltage and a leak- lets. Larger orders for Veri*Lite posts may be shipped
age distance approximately twice the shortest air-gap in wood crates.
(strike) distance.

Sample Polymer Specification

Purpose: To ensure a suitable service life of polymer insulating materials.


I. Material Design Tests
- The following must be performed to certify a material for use in production.
1. Tracking test: Performed on a sample of material inclined at 30 and electrodes posi-
tioned 35 mm apart. Samples are sprayed with a conductive solution (400 cm) and ener-
gized at 10 kV. The cycle is repeated every 90 seconds. The sample passes if there is:
1. No carbonization or tracking.
2. No erosion through sample.
3. No leakage current flow at the end of 90 seconds.
The sample must withstand 20,000 test cycles.
2. Ultraviolet Test: Samples of the rubber must be tested in a QUV tester or equivalent cyclic
weatherometer. The samples are exposed to high ultraviolet radiation and high humidity
without cracking, checking or becoming hydrophilic.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if it exceeds 8,000 hours of exposure without
damage.
3. Corona Cutting: Samples 5 cm by 7 cm are subjected to mechanical stress of 300,000
microstrain by bending samples around a grounded electrode. A needle-like electrode is
placed 1 mm from the surface of the sample and energized at 12 kV in a controlled humid-
ity chamber.
The sample is judged to have passed this test if there is no splitting or cutting. Samples
must pass 1,000 hours of exposure to this test.
4. Oxidative Stability: Samples of the polymer compound are tested using differential scan-
ning calorimetry. Samples are heated rapidly in a nitrogen atmosphere to the test tempera-
ture of 200C. The atmosphere is then changed to oxygen and the temperature is main-
tained until the antioxidant is consumed, as measured by an exothermic chemical reaction.
The time to this reaction must exceed 400 minutes.
5. Tear Strength: Rubber test slabs are prepared in accordance with ASTM Standards and
are tested to determine tear strength of the material. The acceptable nominal tear strength,
per ASTM method B, is 100 lb./in.
II. Other Requirements
- The manufacturer must supply upon request a listing of routine tests performed to ensure
production compliance with design tests.

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Inter-
X Line & Gnd Inter- mediate Dry Arc
ANSI CEA Dimension End Shed mediate Shed Dia. Distance
Post Catalog C29.18 LWIWG-02 Inches Dia. Inches Shed Inches Inches
kV Style Line Base Number Class Class (mm) (mm) Quantity (mm) (mm)

Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0150100 51-31 12.5 (318)
Horz Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0150109 51-21 LP 15 13.3 (339) 4.8 (121) 0 ---- 7.4 (188)
15 Vert Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0150209 51-11 12.8 (324)
Vert F-Neck 3/4-10 Tap 80S0150F09 51-1F 12.4 (315)

Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0250100 51-32 14.3 (362)


Horz Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0250109 51-22 LP 25 15.1 (383) 5.2 (132) 2 3.8 (96) 9.6 (244)
25 Vert Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0250209 51-12 14.5 (368)
Vert F-Neck 3/4-10 Tap 80S0250F09 51-2F 14.2 (360)

Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0280100 51-33 16.5 (420)


Horz Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0280109 51-23 LP 28M 17.4 (441) 5.1 (130) 4 4.6 (117) 11.7 (297)
35 Vert Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0280209 51-13 16.8 (425)
Vert F-Neck 3/4-10 Tap 80S0280F09 51-3F 16.5 (418)

Horz Blade Gain 80S0460000 19.2 (488)


Horz Blade 3/4-10 Tap 80S0460009 20.0 (508)
Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0460100 51-34 LP 46 19.0 (482) 7.1 (179) 6 4.4 (112) 14.4 (390)
46 Horz Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0460109 51-24 19.8 (504)
Vert Clamptop 3/4-10 Tap 80S0460209 51-14 19.4 (492)
Vert F-Neck 3/4-10 Tap 80S0460F09 51-4F 19.5 (495)

Horz Blade Gain 80S0690000 25.8 (656)
Horz Blade 7/8-9 Tap 80S0690010 26.6 (676)
Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0690100 51-36 LP 69M 25.6 (650) 7.5 (190) 8 5.2 (132) 22.3 (566)
69 Horz Clamptop 7/8-9 Tap 80S0690110 51-26 26.5 (672)
Vert Clamptop 7/8-9 Tap 80S0690210 51-16 26.1 (662)
Vert F-Neck 7/8-9 Tap 80S0690F10 26.1 (663)

Horz Blade Gain 80S0720000 28.7 (728)


Horz Blade 7/8-9 Tap 80S0720010 28.9 (735)
Horz Clamptop Gain 80S0720100 28.7 (728) 7.8 (198) 12 5.5 (140) 25.4 (645)
72 Horz Clamptop 7/8-9 Tap 80S0720110 28.9 (734)
Vert Clamptop 7/8-9 Tap 80S0720210 27.6 (701)
Vert F-Neck 7/8-9 Tap 80S0720F10 28.5 (723)
Notes:
1. Product Design & Testing in accordance with ANSI C29.18-2003 and CEA LWIWG-02-1996
2. For CEA LWIWG-02 Sample Tests, change the seventh digit in the catalog number from 0 to 6
3. SCL is the ultimate cantilever strength rating
4. MDCL/WCL is the maximum continuous cantilever load at which the post should be applied
5. Maximum Design Tension for Clamptop is 2500 pounds (11 kN)

72 kV Profile 69 kV Profile 46kV Profile

-0000 -0009 & 0010 -0100

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60 Hz Impulse Impulse MDCL/ Net


Leakage Standard Package
(Low Frequency) Critical Positive SCL WCL Weight
Distance Quantity
Flashover Flashover Withstand pounds pounds pounds
Inches
(mm) Dry-kV Wet-kV Pos. kV kV (kN) (kN) (kg) Carton Pallet Max/Crate kV

9.8 (4.5) 36
11.0 (279) 75 40 115 100 2800 (12.5) 1235 (5.5) 7.1 (3.2) 3 60 ----
6.8 (3.1) 60 15
6.9 (3.1) 60

10.3 (4.7) 36
17.3 (439) 100 75 150 140 2800 (12.5) 1235 (5.5) 7.6 (3.5) 3 60 ----
7.3 (3.3) 60 25
7.4 (3.4) 60

10.9 (4.9) 36
26.1 (662) 125 80 180 160 2800 (12.5) 1235 (5.5) 8.2 (3.7) 3 60 ----
7.8 (3.5) 60 35
8.0 (3.6) 60

15.8 (7.2) 14/21/28/35


10.6 (4.8) 70
34.3 (872) 160 100 240 225 2800 (12.5) 1235 (5.5) 15.2 (6.9) ---- ---- 14/21/28/35
10.0 (4.5) 70 46
10.0 (4.5) 70
10.1 (4.6) 70

17.8 (8.1) 14/21/28/35
12.6 (5.7) 35
58.2 (1478) 235 180 350 330 2470 (11.0) 1235 (5.5) 17.2 (7.8) ---- ---- 14/21/28/35
12.0 (5.4) 35 69
12.0 (5.4) 35
12.1 (5.5) 35

24.0 (10.9) 14/21/28/35


18.8 (8.5) 35
71.0 (1803) 270 230 400 380 2030 (9.0) 1015 (4.5) 23.4 (10.6) ---- ---- 14/21/28/35
18.2 (8.3) 35 72
18.2 (8.3) 35
18.3 (8.3) 35

6. 15, 25 & 28 kV Units use 1.5 inch (38 mm) Diameter Rod
7. 46, 69 & 72 kV Units use 1.75 inch (44 mm) Diameter Rod
8. Markings are 0.12 inch high raised letters in the rubber and include: Base Catalog Number, SCL in pounds, LWIWG-02 Class,
MDCL/WCL in kN

35kV Profile 25kV Profile 15kV Profile

-0109 & 0110

-0209 & 0210 0F09 & 0F10

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Post Base & Line Fittings


Post Base Fittings Dimensions (in inches)

2.25

2.11

4.0

15, 25 & 35 kV 15, 25 & 35 kV


Horizontal Gain Base Stud Base

Post Line Fittings Dimensions (in inches)

B
F
A C

15-72 kV 15-72 kV
Horizontal Clamptop Cap Vertical Clamptop Cap

Line Post Line Fittings Dimensions (in inches)

Type A B C D E F H I Material
H. Clamptop Cap 4.00 4.75 0.62 0.38 0.69 5/8-11 UFS-2B - - 60-40-18 DI
V. Clamptop Cap 4.00 5.38 1.12 0.38 - 5/8-11 UFS-2B 3.38 1.63 60-40-18 DI

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Post Base & Line Fittings

3/4-10 UFS-2B THREAD FOR 46 KV


7/8-9 UFS-2B THREAD FOR 69 & 72 KV

46, 69 & 72 kV Horizontal Gain Base 46, 69 & 72 kV Stud Base

15-72 kV F-Neck Cap 46, 69 & 72 kV Two Hole Blade

Line Post Base Fittings Dimensions (in inches)

Type A B C D E F G H Material
H. Gain Base 14.50 7.00 12.00 10.00 6.75 1.25 x 0.88 0.88 4.00 60-40-18 DI
Stud Base 4.22 2.875 5.50 1.50 0.50 3/4-10 UFS-2B or - - 60-40-18 DI
7/8-9 UFS-2B
Two Hole Blade 2.75 1.38 0.50 4.00 0.75 1.00 Dia. 0.50 R 0.44 R 60-40-18 DI

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Application Curves for Veri*Lite Insulators


How to use the application curves. After you have find the allowable longitudinal load to be 900 pounds.
established the loading cases, you can use the curves When the posts are loaded in tension the cantilever
to determine whether a specific Veri*Lite unit meets loading due to the combined effects of longitudinal,
your loading requirement. vertical and tensile loads should not exceed the rated
For example, consider the installation of a Veri*Lite tension working value.
post number 80S025-0100 on a line with a vertical IMPORTANT: The application curves should not be
cantilever load of 800 pounds and a compression load extrapolated.
of 900 pounds. By entering the curve at these values,

80S015, 80S025 & 80S028 HORIZONTAL STYLE


1400

1200

1000
VERTICAL LOAD, LBF

800 0 Longitudinal
300 Longitudinal
600 Longitudinal
900 Longitudinal
600 1200 Longitudinal

400

200

0
-3000 -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 LINE POST
Compression Tension APPLICATION CURVES
TRANSVERSE LOAD, LBF 9-12-05

80S015, 80S025 & 80S028 VERTICAL STYLE


1400

1200

1000
TRANSVERSE LOAD, LBF

800 0 Longitudinal
300 Longitudinal
600 Longitudinal
900 Longitudinal
1200 Longitudinal
600

400

200

0
-3000 -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 LINE POST
Compression VERTICAL LOAD, LBF Tension APPLICATION CURVES
9-12-05

Maximum deflection for any of the post styles is approximately 1.75" at SCL.
Curves are shown using a 2.0 safety margin to SCL
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Application Curves for Veri*Lite Insulators


How to use the application curves. After you have find the allowable longitudinal load to be 900 pounds.
established the loading cases, you can use the curves When the posts are loaded in tension the cantilever
to determine whether a specific Veri*Lite unit meets loading due to the combined effects of longitudinal,
your loading requirement. vertical and tensile loads should not exceed the rated
For example, consider the installation of a Veri*Lite tension working value.
post number 80S069-0100 on a line with a vertical IMPORTANT: The application curves should not be
cantilever load of 800 pounds and a compression load extrapolated.
of 900 pounds. By entering the curve at these values,

80S046 & 80S069 HORIZONTAL STYLE


1400

1200

1000
VERTICAL LOAD, LBF

800 0 Longitudinal
300 Longitudinal
600 Longitudinal
900 Longitudinal
1200 Longitudinal
600

400

200

0
-3000 -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 LINE POST
Compression TRANSVERSE LOAD, LBF Tension APPLICATION CURVES
9-12-05

80S046 & 80S069 VERTICAL STYLE


1400

1200

1000
TRANSVERSE LOAD, LBF

800 0 Longitudinal
300 Longitudinal
600 Longitudinal
900 Longitudinal
1200 Longitudinal
600

400

200

-3000 -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 LINE POST


Compression Tension APPLICATION CURVES
VERTICAL LOAD, LBF 9-12-05

Maximum deflection for any of the post styles is approximately 1.75" at SCL.
Curves are shown using a 2.0 safety margin to SCL
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Line Post Insulator Studs

DF19M Series
Serrated collar and lockwasher secure unit to line post
insulator and prevent accidental disassembly. Cut
threads above serrated collar, rolled threads below DF19M3
collar.

For Steel Crossarms


Dimensions (in.)
Catalog Hardware Standard Weight
No. A B C D Included Package 100 Pcs.

DF19M1 1-1/8 1-3/4 5/8 3/4 (1) reg. hexnut and (2) spring lockwashers 100 pcs. 43 lbs.
DF19M3 1-1/8 1-3/4 3/4 3/4 (1) reg. hexnut and (2) spring lockwashers 100 pcs. 54 lbs.
875833001 1-3/8 2 7/8 7/8 (1) reg. hexnut and (2) spring lockwashers 100 pcs. 85 lbs.

For Wood Crossarms


Dimensions (in.)
Catalog Hardware Std. Weight
No. A B C D Included Pkg. 100 Pcs.

DF19M2 1-1/8 7 5/8 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 50 pcs. 102 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
DF19M4 1-1/8 7 3/4 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 40 pcs. 140 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
DF19M19 1-1/8 10 5/8 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 25 pcs. 176 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
DF19M20 1-1/8 12 5/8 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 25 pcs. 192 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
*DF19M29 1-1/8 14 3/4 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 20 pcs. 234 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
*DF19M32 1-1/8 24 3/4 3/4 (1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 15 pcs. 342 lbs.
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut
(1) sq. nut, (1 sq. washer, 50 pcs. 277 lbs.
875843001 1-3/8 8 7/8 7/8
(1) spring lockwasher, (1) MF locknut

*DF19M29 and DF19M32 include (1) additional double coil lockwasher. DF19M2

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Suspension Trunnion Bolted Aluminum Clamptop Clamps

For standard voltage applications with all aluminum,


ACSR or aluminum alloy conductor.

Designed for use on tangent suspension spans with


horizontal or vertical post insulators.

Keeper is reversible for proper fit on different size con-


ductors.

Material: Body and Keeper356-T6 aluminum alloy


HardwareGalvanized steel
Anti-static spring 302 stainless steel

Ultimate
Former Clamping Body Dimensions Inches (mm) Approx.
Catalog Catalog Fig. Range Strength Wt. Each
Number Number No. Inches (mm) Lbs. (kN) L W J Lbs. (kg)

1 .25-.57 2,800 5-1/4 3-7/8 1/2


TSC57 270660-3002 .42 (.19)
(6.3-14.4) (12.46) (133.3) (98.4) (12.7)
1 .35-.86 2,800 5-1/4 3-7/8 1/2
TSC86 .45 (.20)
(8.8-21.8) (12.46) (133.3) (98.4) (12.7)
270661-3002 1 .50-1.06 2,800 5-1/4 3-7/8 1/2
TSC106 .62 (.28)
(12.7-26.9) (12.46) (133.3) (98.4) (12.7)
270662-3002 1 1.00-1.50 2,800 5-1/4 3-7/8 1/2
TSC150 .64 (.29)
(25.4-38.1) (12.46) (133.3) (98.4) (12.7)
270663-3002 2 1.50-2.00 2,800 5-1/4 3-7/8 1/2
TSC200 .75 (.34)
(38.1-50.8) (12.46) (133.3) (98.4) (12.7)
NOTES: (1) Recommended torque on bolts; 1/2480 in. lbs.
(2) Anti-static spring can be supplied by adding ARIV to catalog number. Example, TSC57ARIV.
(3) Clamptop clamps can be mounted directly on Veri*Lite posts, if the posts are ordered with the horizontal or
vertical clamptop option.

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Bracket, Pole Top Insulator


Mounts post or pin type insulator to top of pole. Variety of
bolt hole locations for mounting to pole.
Dist. From 334"
Insul.Base Approx.
Catalog Mounting Insulator Mtg. Bolt To Top Ship.Wt.Lbs.
No. Bolt Dia. Bolt Dia. Spacing Hole Per 100 Pcs.
IB2 5
/8" 5
/8" or 3/4" 43/4" 43/4" 360
IB3 3
/4" 5
/8" or 3/4" 5" or 8" 63/8" 600
IB4 5
/8" 5
/8" or 3/4" 5" or 8" 5" 600
75114 3
/4" 5
/8" or 3/4" 6" or 8" 6" 1000 412"
638"
Ductile iron per ASTM A-536
Hot dipped galvanized per ASTM A-153
RUS Listed 334"
5"

434" 2"
11
16"

11
16"
13
16" 1538"
14"

8"
6"
1058" 2316"

5" 212"

1316"
1316" 1516"

11
16"
3"
212" 3"

IB2 IB3 IB4

75114
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Bracket, Horizontal Insulator


1IPTB 2IPTB

Use for mounting one or two insulator(s) to pole for armless


construction.
Approx.
Max. Space Ship.
Insul. Mtg. Insul. Between Wt.Lbs.
Catalog Mtg. Bolt Bolt Angle Insul. Per
No. Bolt Dia. Dia. Spacing Dim. Bases 100 Pcs.
1IPTB Two 5/8" 3
/4" 5", 6" 5 333
2IPTB Two /8"
5 3
/4" 4", 5" 14" 1025
Ductile iron per ASTM A-536
Hot dipped galvanized per ASTM A-153

Bracket, Vertical Insulator


Use for mounting pin or post vertical insulators, cutouts, arresters, or cable terminators. Three-hole style can be used for
in-line deadending using suspension insulators.

Max. Max. Clearance Approx.


Insul. Equip. Pole Pole Pole To Ship. 11/4"
Mtg. Mtg. Mtg. Mtg. Insul. Wt.Lbs. "A"
Catalog Bolt Bolt Bolt Bolt Bolt Per
No. Dia. Dia. Dia. Spacing "A" 100 Pcs. LB18B3/LB18B3CH
LB12A1 3
/4" 5
/8" Two 5/8" 5" 12" 860
LB18B1 3
/4" 5
/8" Two 5/8" 5" 18" 1300 4"
LB18B3 3
/4" 5
/8" Two 5/8" 5" 18" 1400
*T2060594 3
/4" 1
/2" Two 5/8" 5" 12" 86
**LB18B3CH 3/4" 5
/8" Two 5/8" 5" 18" 1400
Ductile iron per ASTM A-536
4" 4"
Hot dipped galvanized per ASTM A-153
* T206-0594 has 3 captive 1/2" x 2" bolts and nuts included
** LB18B3CH has 2 captive 1/2" x 2" bolts and nuts included with
11
16" Dia. Hole
LB18B3.

13
16" Dia.
For 38" Carriage Bolt
4 1 2 " 412"
LB12A1 & LB18B1
4" R
16"
11

"A" 4" Dia.

T2060594
"A"
Side view with
hardware
4"
5"

T2060594 4"

.58 sq. Hole


4"
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Bracket, Pole Top Insulator

BRACKET,
ANGLE CROSSARM
Mounts post insulators at 30 angle on crossarm for use on
running corners.

Approx. Ship
Catalog Crossarm Mtg. Bolt Stud Bolt Wt. Lbs.
No. Size Diameter Diameter Per 100 Pcs.
33/4" x 43/4"
1XAB Max. and 3
/4" 3
/4" 610
Round
Crossarms

Ductile iron per ASTM A-536


Hot dipped galvanized per ASTM A-153

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31/2" R
W
BRACKETS, POST INSULATOR
11
/16" Dia. hole
Curved base
L X
3
/8" This bracket can be used for mounting distribution post-type insulators
A from 15 kV to 34.5 kV on the side of the pole. The base has a pole-shape
back for convenient installation. Brackets can be placed in a phase-over-
41/2" phase arrangement or can be mounted on opposite sides of the pole for
10" D "armless" construction.
load table Insulators not included.
11
/16" x 11/4" slot

C2060009
Approx.
Dimensions Ship
Catalog In Inches Angle Wt. Lbs.
Number L D W A Per 100 Pcs.
*C2060009 91/2 13
/16 4 15 1220
*C2060010 12 13
/16 4 15 1669
C2060011 15 13
/16 4 15 2066
51/4" 83/4"
*These brackets have 13/16" stringing block holes.
11
/16" x 13/8" slot RUS listed
/16" x 13/8"
11

slot 13
/16" hole 30
30
BRACKETS, POST INSULATOR
13
/16" hole /16"
Side Mounted
13
41/2"
81/2" 81/2" hole

The bracket is formed of high-quality 3/8" x 21/2" bar steel and hot dip
galvanized. It can be utilized to mount distribution post insulators from
13
/16" x 15/16" slot 15 kV to 34.5 kV.
11
/16" hole
11
/16" hole

Pole Insulator Approx. Ship


Catalog Number
Mounting Stud Wt. Lbs.
C2060162 C2060209 13
/16" Hole 11
/16" Hole Bolts Required Bolts Required Per 100 Pcs.
*C2060209 16919 Two 5/8" 3
/4" 650
C2060162 Two 5/8" 3
/4" 440

*This bracket is designed to facilitate a stringing block.


RUS listed

81/4"
1817/32"
13
/16" Hole
BRACKETS, POST INSULATOR
60 9 /2"
1 11
/16" Holes Uni-Brackets
Chance Uni-Brackets are a clean-appearing, low-cost method of mount-
ing three post-type insulators atop a pole completely eliminating the
/8" x 21/2"
3 /16" x 11/4"
13
crossarm. The brackets can be installed on the pole in less than five
Stock Hole minutes, requiring only two 3/4" bolts for attachment. Uni-Brackets fit
poles having a pole-top diameter from 6" to 81/2". Slot on top is 11/16" x
21/4".

No. 9183 brackets can be adapted to a variety of distribution construc-


tion using post-type insulators from 15 through 34.5 kV.
No. 9183
Catalog Insulator Stud Approx. Ship Wt.
Number Bolts Required Lbs. Per 100 Pcs.
9183 5
/8" 2100
Includes both sections of bracket

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SUPER TOP-TIE Line Ties


for Pin, Post and Spool Insulators
Made of aluminum-clad steel compatible with aluminum,
aluminum-alloy and ACSR conductors in the top grooves of
vertical-mounted *ANSI Class C, F, J and many non-standard
pin and post insulators (single-or double-support) or on *ANSI
53-2 spool insulators (horizontal or vertical).
High-density polyethylene hooks provide the wide application
range and ensure proper installation. If used over armor rods
(not required), select tie size based on total conductor/armor
diameter. Semiconductive-rubber pad and high-density-
polyethylene on loops protect against abrasion of insulator,
conductor and tie. Fit is resilient and provides superior
performance under galloping and aeolian vibration. Install
by hand or with hot-line tools.

Manufactured and/or for use under U.S. Patent 4,015,073.

POST PIN NON-STANDARD ANSI 53-2


INSULATOR INSULATOR INSULATOR SPOOL
*Super Top-Tie STT10 STT130 also fit many foreign or reclaimed pin and post insulators with neck sizes 21/4" - 31/2".
Consult Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. for use on pins and posts outside these dimensions.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Aluminum-Type Conductors, Typical Sizes
Catalog AAC AAAC Color Std. Wt. Per
Number (All-Aluminum) (Alum.-Alloy) ACSR Diameter Range Code Pkg. 100, Lb.
STT10 #6, 7W #6, 7W #6, 6/1 .184-.220" (4.67-5.59 mm) None 50 28
STT20 #4, 7W #4, 7W #4, 6/1 .221-.257" (5.61-6.53 mm) Orange 50 28
STT30 #3, 7W #3, 7W #3, 6/1 .258-.289" (6.55-7.34 mm) Purple 50 28
STT40 #2, 7W #2, 7W #2, 6/1 .290-.325" (7.37-8.26 mm) Red 50 28
STT50 #1, 7W #1, 7W #1, 6/1 .326-.360" (8.28-9.14 mm) Gray 50 28
STT60 1/0, 7W 1/0, 7W 1/0, 6/1 .361-.409" (9.17-10.39 mm) Yellow 50 32
STT70 2/0, 7W 2/0, 7W 2/0, 6/1 .410-.460" (10.41-11.68 mm) Blue 50 32
STT80 3/0, 7W 3/0, 7W 3/0, 6/1 .461-.516" (11.71-13.11 mm) Black 50 32
STT90 4/0, 7W 4/0, 7W 4/0, 6/1 .517-.584" (13.13-14.83 mm) Pink 50 32
STT100 266.8, 19W 266.8, 19W 266.8, 18/1 .585-.664" (14.86-16.87 mm) Green 50 32
STT110 336.4, 19W 336.4, 19W 336.4, 18/1 .665-.755" (16.89-19.18 mm) Brown 50 40
STT120 477, 19W 477, 19W 477, 18/1 .756-.859" (19.20-21.82 mm) Violet 50 40
STT130 636, 37W 556.5, 19W 556.5, 18/1 .860-.977" (21.84-24.82 mm) Gold 50 40

LEFT-HAND LAY STANDARD


Applied Length: 29" - 48" (Depends on insulator make and conductor size).
Strength: Exceeds Rule 261E.2(A) of National Electrical Safety Code.
REA accepted.
To obtain outside diameters of conductors, consult Conductor Chart.

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Hi*LiteXL
Suspension Insulators

Table of Contents
Page
Design............................................................................. 2
Rod.................................................................................. 2
End Fittings..................................................................... 2
Weathersheds................................................................. 2
Interface.......................................................................... 2
Leakage Distance............................................................ 2
Washability...................................................................... 2
Mechanical Ratings......................................................... 2
Lengths Available............................................................ 2
Product Updates.............................................................. 2
Packaging........................................................................ 2
Corona Performance....................................................... 3
Key to the Catalog Numbers........................................... 4
End Fitting Detail............................................................. 4
Hi*Lite XL 120kN SML Data............................................ 5
Hi*Lite XL 125kN SML Data............................................ 6
Hi*Lite XL 160kN SML Data............................................ 7
Hi*Lite XL 210kN SML Data............................................ 8

Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product.
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. Warranty - Application
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S of charge.
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., its
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.

ANSI C29.12/IEC 1109 TESTED

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Hi*Lite XL Insulators
Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators in this publication embody the latest Washability
features available in polymer insulator design and manufacture.
Hi*Lite XL insulators listed in this catalog are suitable for flood wash-
From the early prototypes in 1971, through full scale introduction ing up to 1,380 kPA (200 psi) at the ground pump level at a distance
in 1976, and through the succeeding years, Hi*Lite insulators have not less than 4.6 meters (15 ft.) The design incorporates positive,
featured conservative design and high-quality manufacture. labyrinth seals to ensure long-term security against water entry.
Todays Hi*Lite insulators will add to the over 1,000,000 Hi*Lite trans- Conventional dry-particle, air-pressure cleaning methods may be
mission insulators already in service worldwide. employed.
Design High Pressure wash designs are also available. Washing is permis-
sible for up to 6,900 kPA (1,000 psi) ground pump pressure at a
The structural design of the Hi*Lite XL consists of these basic parts: distance no less than 1.8 meters (6 feet).
Rod - Hi*Lite insulator fiberglass rod is produced from the highest Cleaning guidelines (Ohio Brass publication #EU1272-H for flood
quality materials. Strands are aligned for maximum tensile strength. and #EU1273-H for high pressure wash) are available from your
The rod is more than 50 percent glass fibers in cross section. representative.
End Fittings - End fittings are steel or ductile iron. They are crimped Mechanical Ratings
directly to the rod by a special process originated by Ohio Brass, and
later adopted by many other producers. The crimp develops a high Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators are rated and tested in accordance
percentage of the rods inherent tensile strength. It requires no inter- with IEC 1109-1992 and ANSI C29.12-1997. Certified test reports in
movement of the parts to achieve high strength, nor does it introduce detail are available.
potting compounds or adhesives. SML ratings are 120 kN, 160 kN and 210 kN for insulators furnished
with IEC fittings. For insulators furnished with ANSI fittings, SML
ratings available are 111 kN (25K lbs.), 133 kN (30K lbs.), 160 kN
(36K lbs.) and 222 kN (50K lbs.) RTL ratings are consistent with the
IEC and ANSI standard. Actual factory routine tests are conducted at
loads equal to or greater than the RTL rating.
Markings for XL insulator design are permanently embossed into the
ground end corona shielding rings (CSR). Markings include SML and
RTL, part number, assembly date code, and Ohio Brass identifica-
tion. These marks are consistent with the IEC and ANSI standard.
Lengths Available
Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators are available in lengths appropriate
for 69 kV through 765 kV. Longer lengths can be produced for special
projects. Intermediate lengths (utilizing an additional 2 sheds) are
also available (those that fall in between the catalog numbers listed in
Weathersheds - Weathersheds are high pressure injection molded the tables). Length increments are approximately 76 mm (3 inches).
by Ohio Brass, from the proprietary compound ESP. Housings
manufactured with ESP silicone alloy rubber exhibit long-term hydro- Testing
phobicity, high mechanical strength, excellent corona resistance and The Hi*Lite XL suspension insulator has been successfully "Design"
low permeability to moisture. tested to IEC 1109 at an independent laboratory. In addition, the
Interface - Hi*Lite insulators use Ohio Brass patented live silicone Hi*Lite XL suspension insulator has successfully completed the 5,000
interface (U.S. Patent No. 3,898,372). This feature prevents intrusion hour accelerated aging test detailed in Annex C of IEC 1109. A certi-
of moisture and contaminating elements. In the unlikely event the ex- fied test report is available by contacting your Ohio Brass representa-
terior seal is damaged, redundant o-ring seals within the live silicone tive and requesting bulletin EU1348-H.
interface will prohibit the lengthwise migration of intrusive elements Since the ANSI "Prototype" and IEC "Design" testing requirements
between shed and rod. are virtually identical, the "Design" test report per IEC 1109 can serve
as verification of compliance to ANSI.
O-RINGS
Packaging
Hi*Lite suspension insulators are packaged in appropriate quanti-
ties in wooden crates 111.7 cm (44 inches) wide with the length of
the crate determined by the length of the insulator. The height of the
crate is normally less than 114.3 cm (45 inches). The gross weight
will not exceed 909 kg (2,000 lbs.). Crates are available for both
ROD domestic and export transportation.

SILICONE
COMPOUND
Leakage Distance
Hi*Lite XL insulators feature high leakage distance for maximum
resistance to contamination and leakage currents. Specific leakage
distance (leakage divided by dry arcing distance) is higher than that
of porcelain. Hi*Lite XL insulators are offered in standard uniform
weathershed configuration and alternating (major/minor) weather-
shed configuration for applications requiring increased specified
leakage distances.

Uniform Profile Alternating Profile Export Crate

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Corona Performance
Hi*Lite XL suspension insulators are RIV and corona free through 161 kV, by the use of integral Corona Shield
Rings (CSR). Corona shielding is necessary at 220/230 kV and above. The table below details the rings neces-
sary for voltages equal to or less than that listed in the column header.

Normal Applications: Top Grounded, Bottom Energized


Insulator Orientation 220/230 kV 330/345 kV 400 kV 500 kV
Top NONE NONE 2717613001 2717613001
120 & 111 kN (25K lbs.) Bottom 2717613001* 2717053001 2717053001 2717513001
160/210 kN & 133-222 kN Top NONE NONE 2717613002 2717613002
(30-50K lbs.) Bottom 2717613002* 2717053002 2717053002 2717513002
*For 96 mm (3.8") S.L. ratio designs, 271705 rings must be used in lieu of 271761 at the bottom end (energized)
of insulator at 220/230 kV operating system voltage.
The physical and electrical values for the insulators on pages 5 through 8 are shown without corona protection.
The table below yields the physical and electrical changes to the insulator when rings from table are installed for
voltages above 161 kV.

Physical & Electrical Change Table


Physical & Electrical 220/230 kV 330/345 kV 400 kV 500 kV
Characteristics Ring Ring Rings Rings
Dry Arc Distance mm (inches) -20.3 (-1.2) -50.8 (-2.0) 63.5 (2.5) -127.0 (-5.0)
Leakage Distance mm (inches) 0 0 0 0
60 Hz Flashover Dry - kV (ANSI) -10 -15 -20 -30
60 Hz Flashover Wet - kV (ANSI) 0 0 0 0
Critical Impulse Flashover Positive - kV (ANSI) -15 -25 -35 -65
Critical Impulse Flashover Negative - kV (ANSI) -20 -30 -35 -65
Power Frequency 1 minute Wet Withstand - kV (IEC) 0 0 0 0
Lightning Impulse Withstand Positive - kV (IEC) -20 -25 -30 -60
Lightning Impulse Withstand Negative - kV (IEC) -15 -25 -35 -65
Net Weight kg (pounds) +0.9 (2.0) +1.4 (3.0) + 2.3 (5.0) + 3.6 (8.0)

203 305 381


(8.0) (12.0) (15.00)

62 104
(2.44) (4.10)
87
(3.44)
HI-LITE Suspension
Insulator
HI-LITE Suspension
Insulator
HI-LITE Suspension
Insulator

Part Number 271761 Part Number 271705 Part Number 271751

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Most Common End Fittings

Chain Eye Y-Clevis Straight Clevis Ball/Socket


Dimensions mm (in.) Dimensions mm (in.) Dimensions mm (in.)
SML A B C D SML A B Bolt Dia. SML Class A B PD SML Class
111 kN 15.74 25.4 50.8 15.74 111 kN 19.05 38.86 19 111 kN 36 19 16 111 kN
ANSI 52-6 ANSI 52-5
(25K lbs.) (0.62) (1.00) (2.00) (0.62) (25K lbs.) (0.75) (1.53) (0.75) (25K lbs.) (1.41) (0.75) (0.62) (25K lbs.)
15.74 25.4 50.8 15.74 19.05 38.86 19 36 19 16
120 kN 120 kN 120 kN IEC 16C 120 kN IEC 16 mm
(0.62) (1.00) (2.00) (0.62) (0.75) (1.53) (0.75) (1.41) (0.75) (0.62)
133 kN 19.05 25.4 50.8 21.59 133 kN 22.35 40.39 22 133 kN 36 19 16 133 kN
ANSI 52-6 ANSI 52-5
(30K lbs.) (0.75) (1.00) (2.00) (0.85) (30K lbs.) (0.88) (1.59) (0.88) (30K lbs.) (1.41) (0.75) (0.62) (30K lbs.)
160 kN 19.05 25.4 50.8 21.59 160 kN 22.35 40.39 22 160 kN 46 21 19 160 kN IEC 20 mm
IEC 19L
(36K lbs.) (0.75) (1.00) (2.00) (0.85) (36K lbs.) (0.88) (1.59) (0.88) (36K lbs.) (1.81) (0.83) (0.75) (36K lbs.) (ANSI 52-8)
19.05 25.4 50.8 21.59 22.35 40.39 22 46 21 19
210 kN 210 kN 210 kN IEC 19L 210 kN IEC 20 mm
(0.75) (1.00) (2.00) (0.85) (0.88) (1.59) (0.88) (1.81) (0.83) (0.75)
222 kN 19.05 25.4 50.8 21.59 222 kN 22.35 40.39 22 222 kN 222 kN
N/A ANSI 52-11
(50K lbs.) (0.75) (1.00) (2.00) (0.85) (50K lbs.) (0.88) (1.59) (0.88) (50K lbs.) (50K lbs.)

Hi*Lite XL Suspension Insulators:


Key to the Catalog Numbers
D1 0 0 0 8 2A0 7
AA = Hi*Lite XL AA B C DD E F GG
51 = 63 mm (2.5" S.L.)
A1 = 73 mm (2.9" S.L.) GG = Line End Fittings
D1 = 83 mm (3.3" S.L.) Chain Eye.............................................00
G1 = 96 mm (3.8" S.L) ANSI Ball..............................................01
S.L. = Specified Leak (approx. Y-Clevis................................................02
leak/dry arc) ANSI Straight Clevis.............................04
+These codes apply to our ESP IEC Ball.............................................. 07*
silicone alloy compound. For other IEC Straight Clevis...............................08
polymer materials contact Ohio Brass *For 160 kN, 20 mm ball, use 09 code.

B = Strength
0 = 120 kN SML
1 = 111 kN (25K lbs.) SML F = Ground End Fittings
2 = 160 kN (36K lbs.), 133 kN (30K lbs.) SML Chain Eye...............................................0
3 = 210 kN, 222 kN (50K lbs.) SML E = Labeling Y-Clevis..................................................2
1 = English ANSI Socket...........................................3
C = Construction 2 = Metric ANSI Straight Clevis...............................4
0 = Standard Hardware/0 Added Sheds IEC Straight Clevis.................................8
2 = Standard Hardware/2 Added Sheds IEC Socket.............................................A

DD = Weathershed Configuration
To determine the number of sheds in your insulator,
multiply this number by four, then add any additional
sheds as listed in the Construction digit.

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16 mm (5/8") Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length
Section Length x

Mechanical Ratings
SML = 111 kN (25,000 lbs.)
RTL = 55 kN (12,500 lbs.) y Type x mm (in.) y mm (in.)
94 mm (3.7") A11.. 97 (3.8) 114 (4.5)
High Leak
D11.. 109 (4.3) 140 (5.5)
Standard Design Design G11.. 130 (5.1) 160 (6.3)

(2)
IEC Wet (2)
IEC (2)
IEC Light-
Switching Power
Selection Guide Leakage ning Impulse
Catalog Impulse Freq. Wet
Typical Distance Withstand (ANSI
Number Section Dry Arc Withstand Withstand
Line Voltage, kV (1) mm (in.) XX = Critical Impulse
with ANSI Length No. Distance (ANSI 60 (ANSI 60
F.O.) kV
52-5 ball and mm of mm Hz. Dry Hz. Wet
70 110 132 161 220 330 400 51 A1 D1 G1 Y-Clevis (in.) Sheds (in.) F.O.) kV F.O.) kV Pos-kV Neg-kV
1160 1340 1530 1760 725 470 260 135 275 255
(45) (53) (60) (69) XX10032201 (28.6) 12 (18.5) (180) (180) (310) (285)
1550 1790 2040 2350 881 625 345 180 365 350
(61) (70) (80) (92) XX10042201 (34.7) 16 (24.6) (245) (240. (410) (390)
1940 2230 2540 2920 1033 775 420 220 450 440
(76) (88) (100) (115) XX10052201 (40.7) 20 (30.6) (310) (295) (505) (490).
2320 2680 3060 3520 1189 930 500 260 540 530
(91) (105) (120) (138) XX10062201 (46.8) 24 (36.8) (370) (350) (605) (595)
2710 3130 3570 4110 1345 1090 570 305 630 620
(107) (122) (140) (162) XX10072201 (53.0) 28 (42.9) (430) (405) (700) (695)
3100 3580 4080 4700 1501 1245 650 340 715 710
(122) (141) (160) (185) XX10082201 (59.1) 32 (49.0) (490) (455) (795) (795)
3490 4020 4580 5280 1654 1395 720 380 800 800
(137) (158) (180) (207) XX10092201 (65.1) 36 (55.0) (545) (505) (890) (890)
3880 4480 5100 5870 1810 1555 790 420 885 890
(152) (176) (200) (231) XX10102201 (71.3) 40 (61.2) (600) (555) (985) (990)
4270 4930 5610 6460 1966 1710 860 455 970 975
(168) (194) (221) (254) XX10112201 (77.4) 44 (67.3) (655) (605) (1080) (1090)
4660 5370 6120 7050 2121 1865 930 490 1050 1065
(183) (211) (241) (277) XX10122201 (83.5) 48 (73.5) (710) (655) (1170) (1185)
5040 5820 6620 7630 2274 2015 995 525 1135 1145
(198) (229) (261) (300) XX10132201 (89.5) 52 (79.5) (760) (700) (1260) (1280)
5430 6270 7140 8220 2430 2175 1060 560 1215 1230
(214) (247) (281) (323) XX10142201 (95.7) 56 (85.6) (810) (750) (1350) (1370)
5820 6720 7650 8810 2586 2330 1120 595 1295 1315
(229) (264) (301) (347) XX10152201 (101.8) 60 (91.7) (855) (790) (1440) (1465)
6210 7170 8160 9400 2742 2485 1185 625 1375 1400
(244) (282) (321) (370) XX10162201 (108.0) 64 (97.9) (905) (835) (1530) (1560)
6600 7610 8670 9980 2894 2635 1240 655 1455 1480
(260) (299) (341) (393) XX10172201 (114.0) 68 (103.9) (945) (880) (1615) (1650)
6990 8060 9180 10570 3050 2795 1300 690 1530 1565
(275) (317) (361) (416) XX10182201 (120.1) 72 (110.0) (990) (920) (1705) (1740)
7380 8510 9700 11170 3206 2950 1355 720 1610 1645
(290) (335) (381) (439) XX10192201 (126.2) 76 (116.2) (1030) (960) (1790) (1830)
7770 8960 10210 11760 3362 3105 1410 745 1685 1725
(306) (353) (402) (463) XX10202201 (132.4) 80 (122.3) (1070) (1000) (1875) (1920)
8150 9400 10710 12330 3514 3260 1460 775 1760 1800
(321) (370) (421) (485) XX10212201 (138.4) 84 (128.3) (1110) (1040) (1960) (2005)
8540 9860 11220 12930 3670 3415 1510 800 1835 1880
(336) (388) (442) (509) XX10222201 (144.5) 88 (134.4) (1145) (1075) (2040) (2090)
8930 10310 11740 13520 3826 3570 1560 830 1910 1955
(351) (406) (462) (532) XX10232201 (150.7) 92 (140.6) (1180) (1110) (2125) (2175)

Notes: (1) For voltages above 400 kV, and other section lengths, contact your Ohio Brass representative.
(2) Electrical values are without corona ring. For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 3 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to
above data. Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified by IEC 1109 and ANSI C29.12.

End Fitting Example Ground Line Suffix Length Change


You need the electrical and mechanical charac-
Fitting Fitting Code mm Inches
tieristics of Catalog #5110102201. But chain eye Eye Eye 2000 +39 +1.5
is needed at the ground end instead of a Y-clevis. Eye ANSI 52-5 Ball 2001 +1 +0.0
From the table at the right, find the code for the chain
eye/ANSI ball configuration 2001. You should order
ANSI 52-5 Socket ANSI 52-5 Ball 2301 -25 -0.9
catalog number 5110102001. The same process is Y-Clevis Eye 2200 +37 +1.4
used for other strength Hi*Lite XL insulators. ANSI 52-6 Clevis Eye 2400 +11 +0.4
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16 mm (5/8") Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length Section Length
x
Mechanical Ratings
SML = 120 kN Type x mm (in.) y mm (in.)
A10.. 97 (3.8) 114 (4.5)
RTL = 60 kN D10.. 109 (4.3) 140 (5.5)
94 mm (3.7")
y G10.. 130 (5.1) 160 (6.3)
High Leak Design
Standard Design
(2)
IEC Wet (2)
IEC (2)
IEC Light-
Switching Power ning Impulse
Selection Guide Leakage Catalog Impulse Freq. Wet Withstand (ANSI
Typical Distance Number Section Dry Arc Withstand Withstand Critical Impulse
Line Voltage, kV (1) mm (in.) XX = with IEC Length No. Distance (ANSI 60 (ANSI 60 F.O.) kV
16 mm ball mm of mm Hz. Dry Hz. Wet
70 110 132 161 220 330 400 51 A1 D1 G1 - socket (in.) Sheds (in.) F.O.) kV F.O.) kV Pos-kV Neg-kV
1160 1340 1530 1760 731 470 260 135 275 255
(45) (53) (60) (69) XX00032A07 (28.8) 12 (18.5) (180) (180) (310) (285)
1550 1790 2040 2350 886 625 345 180 365 350
(61) (70) (80) (92) XX00042A07 (34.9) 16 (24.6) (245) (240. (410) (390)
1940 2230 2540 2920 1039 775 420 220 450 440
(76) (88) (100) (115) XX00052A07 (40.9) 20 (30.6) (310) (295) (505) (490).
2320 2680 3060 3520 1195 930 500 260 540 530
(91) (105) (120) (138) XX00062A07 (47.1) 24 (36.8) (370) (350) (605) (595)
2710 3130 3570 4110 1351 1090 570 305 630 620
(107) (122) (140) (162) XX00072A07 (53.2) 28 (42.9) (430) (405) (700) (695)
3100 3580 4080 4700 1507 1245 650 340 715 710
(122) (141) (160) (185) XX00082A07 (59.3) 32 (49.0) (490) (455) (795) (795)
3490 4020 4580 5280 1659 1395 720 380 800 800
(137) (158) (180) (207) XX00092A07 (65.3) 36 (55.0) (545) (505) (890) (890)
3880 4480 5100 5870 1815 1555 790 420 885 890
(152) (176) (200) (231) XX00102A07 (71.5) 40 (61.2) (600) (555) (985) (990)
4270 4930 5610 6460 1971 1710 860 455 970 975
(168) (194) (221) (254) XX00112A07 (77.6) 44 (67.3) (655) (605) (1080) (1090)
4660 5370 6120 7050 2127 1865 930 490 1050 1065
(183) (211) (241) (277) XX00122A07 (83.8) 48 (73.5) (710) (655) (1170) (1185)
5040 5820 6620 7630 2279 2015 995 525 1135 1145
(198) (229) (261) (300) XX00132A07 (89.8) 52 (79.5) (760) (700) (1260) (1280)
5430 6270 7140 8220 2435 2175 1060 560 1215 1230
(214) (247) (281) (323) XX00142A07 (95.9) 56 (85.6) (810) (750) (1350) (1370)
5820 6720 7650 8810 2591 2330 1120 595 1295 1315
(229) (264) (301) (347) XX00152A07 (102.1) 60 (91.7) (855) (790) (1440) (1465)
6210 7170 8160 9400 2747 2485 1185 625 1375 1400
(244) (282) (321) (370) XX00162A07 (108.2) 64 (97.9) (905) (835) (1530) (1560)
6600 7610 8670 9980 2900 2635 1240 655 1455 1480
(260) (299) (341) (393) XX00172A07 (114.2) 68 (103.9) (945) (880) (1615) (1650)
6990 8060 9180 10570 3056 2795 1300 690 1530 1565
(275) (317) (361) (416) XX00182A07 (120.3) 72 (110.0) (990) (920) (1705) (1740)
7380 8510 9700 11170 3212 2950 1355 720 1610 1645
(290) (335) (381) (439) XX00192A07 (126.5) 76 (116.2) (1030) (960) (1790) (1830)
7770 8960 10210 11760 3368 3105 1410 745 1685 1725
(306) (353) (402) (463) XX00202A07 (132.6) 80 (122.3) (1070) (1000) (1875) (1920)
8150 9400 10710 12330 3520 3260 1460 775 1760 1800
(321) (370) (421) (485) XX00212A07 (138.6) 84 (128.3) (1110) (1040) (1960) (2005)
8540 9860 11220 12930 3676 3415 1510 800 1835 1880
(336) (388) (442) (509) XX00222A07 (144.8) 88 (134.4) (1145) (1075) (2040) (2090)
8930 10310 11740 13520 3832 3570 1560 830 1910 1955
(351) (406) (462) (532) XX00232A07 (150.9) 92 (140.6) (1180) (1110) (2125) (2175)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 400 kV, and other section lengths, contact your Ohio Brass representative.
(2) Electrical values are without corona ring. For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 3 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to
above data. Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified by IEC 1109 and ANSI C29.12.
Y-Clevis Tower Attachment Detail
for all Hi*Lite XL Insulators

Ground Line Suffix Length Change


Fitting Fitting Code mm Inches
D Max.
Eye Eye 2000 +59 +2.3
25 mm (1") Dia. Minimum
19 mm (3/4") Max.
Eye IEC 16 mm Ball 2007 +26 +1.0
3 mm (1/8") x 45 Chamfer
Rod Dia. mm (in.) D Max. mm (in.) Y-Clevis IEC 16 mm Ball 2207 +24 +0.9
16 (5/8") 13 (.53) Y-Clevis Eye 2200 +57 +2.2
22 (7/8") 25 (1.0)
To achieve insulator SML value, proper grade steel should be used
IEC 16C Clevis Eye 2800 +31 +1.2

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22 mm (7/8") Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Mechanical Ratings Section Length Section Length
SML = 160 kN (36,000 lbs.) x

RTL = 80 kN (18,000 lbs.) Type x mm (in.) y mm (in.)


A12.. 97 (3.8) 114 (4.5)
Insulators with either ANSI ball and/
D12.. 109 (4.3) 140 (5.5)
or socket end-fittings will be rated 101 mm (4.0") G12.. 130 (5.1) 160 (6.3)
133 kN (30,000 lbs.) SML and 66 kN y High Leak Design
(15,000 lbs.) RTL. Standard Design

(2)
IEC Wet (2)
IEC (2)
IEC Light-
Switching Power
Selection Guide Leakage ning Impulse
Catalog Impulse Freq. Wet
Typical Distance Withstand (ANSI
Number Section Dry Arc Withstand Withstand
Line Voltage, kV (1) mm (in.) XX = Critical Impulse
with IEC 20 Length No. Distance (ANSI 60 (ANSI 60
F.O.) kV
mm ball and mm of mm Hz. Dry Hz. Wet
70 110 132 161 220 330 400 51 A1 D1 G1 socket (in.) Sheds (in.) F.O.) kV F.O.) kV Pos-kV Neg-kV
1150 1340 1530 1760 795 470 260 135 275 255
(45) (53) (60) (69) XX20032A09 (30.8) 12 (18.5) (180) (180) (310) (285)
1540 1790 2040 2350 951 625 345 180 365 350
(60) (70) (80) (92) XX20042A09 (37.0) 16 (24.6) (245) (240. (410) (390)
1920 2230 2540 2920 1104 775 420 220 450 440
(75) (88) (100) (115) XX20052A09 (43.5) 20 (30.6) (310) (295) (505) (490).
2310 2680 3060 3520 1260 930 500 260 540 530
(91) (105) (120) (138) XX20062A09 (49.6) 24 (36.8) (370) (350) (605) (595)
2700 3130 3570 4110 1416 1090 570 305 630 620
(106) (123) (140) (162) XX20072A09 (55.8) 28 (42.9) (430) (405) (700) (695)
3080 3580 4080 4700 1572 1245 650 340 715 710
(121) (141) (160) (185) XX20082A09 (61.9) 32 (49.0) (490) (455) (795) (795)
3470 4020 4580 5280 1724 1395 720 380 800 800
(136) (158) (180) (207) XX20092A09 (67.9) 36 (55.0) (545) (505) (890) (890)
3850 4480 5100 5870 1880 1555 790 420 885 890
(151) (176) (200) (231) XX20102A09 (74.0) 40 (61.2) (600) (555) (985) (990)
4240 4930 5610 6460 2036 1710 860 455 970 975
(167) (194) (221) (254) XX20112A09 (80.2) 44 (67.3) (655) (605) (1080) (1090)
4630 5370 6120 7050 2192 1865 930 490 1050 1065
(182) (211) (241) (277) XX20122A09 (86.3) 48 (73.5) (710) (655) (1170) (1185)
5010 5820 6620 7630 2344 2015 995 525 1135 1145
(197) (229) (261) (300) XX20132A09 (92.3) 52 (79.5) (760) (700) (1260) (1280)
5400 6270 7140 8220 2500 2175 1060 560 1215 1230
(212) (247) (281) (323) XX20142A09 (98.5) 56 (85.6) (810) (750) (1350) (1370)
5790 6720 7650 8810 2656 2330 1120 595 1295 1315
(228) (264) (301) (347) XX20152A09 (104.6) 60 (91.7) (855) (790) (1440) (1465)
6170 7170 8160 9400 2812 2485 1185 625 1375 1400
(243) (282) (321) (370) XX20162A09 (110.7) 64 (97.9) (905) (835) (1530) (1560)
6560 7610 8670 9980 2965 2635 1240 655 1455 1480
(258) (299) (341) (393) XX20172A09 (116.7) 68 (103.9) (945) (880) (1615) (1650)
6940 8060 9180 10570 3120 2795 1300 690 1530 1565
(273) (317) (361) (416) XX20182A09 (122.9) 72 (110.0) (990) (920) (1705) (1740)
7330 8510 9700 11170 3276 2950 1355 720 1610 1645
(288) (335) (381) (439) XX20192A09 (128.9) 76 (116.2) (1030) (960) (1790) (1830)
7720 8960 10210 11760 3432 3105 1410 745 1685 1725
(304) (353) (402) (463) XX20202A09 (135.2) 80 (122.3) (1070) (1000) (1875) (1920)
8100 9400 10710 12330 3585 3260 1460 775 1760 1800
(319) (370) (421) (485) XX20212A09 (141.2) 84 (128.3) (1110) (1040) (1960) (2005)
8490 9860 11220 12930 3741 3415 1510 800 1835 1880
(334) (388) (442) (509) XX20222A09 (147.3) 88 (134.4) (1145) (1075) (2040) (2090)
8870 10310 11740 13520 3897 3570 1560 830 1910 1955
(349) (406) (462) (532) XX20232A09 (153.4) 92 (140.6) (1180) (1110) (2125) (2175)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 400 kV, and other section lengths, contact your Ohio Brass representative.
(2) Electrical values are without corona ring. For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 3 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to
above data. Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified by IEC 1109 and ANSI C29.12.

Ground Line Suffix Length Change


Corona Ring Example Fitting Fitting SML kN (lbs.) Code mm In.
Yo u h a v e s e l e c t e d C a t a l o g Eye Eye 160 kN (36K) 2000 +40 +1.5
#D120122A09, the typical application Eye IEC 20 mm Ball 160 kN (36K) 2009 +21 +0.8
is 220kV. From page 3, you would select Y-Clevis Eye 160 kN (36K) 2200 +27 +1.0
ring 2717613002 on the bottom end. The Eye ANSI 52-5 Ball 133 kN (30K) 2001 +2 +0.1
physical/electrical characteristics would Y-Clevis IEC 20 mm Ball 160 kN (36K) 2209 +8 +0.3
change per the table on page 3. Y-Clevis ANSI 52-5 Ball 133 kN (30K) 2201 -11 -0.4
ANSI 52-5 Socket ANSI 52-5 Ball 133 kN (30K) 2301 -35 -1.3
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22 mm (7/8") Rod Diameter Suspension Insulators


Section Length Section Length
Mechanical Ratings x
SML = 210 kN Type x mm (in.) y mm (in.)
RTL = 55 kN A13.. 97 (3.8) 114 (4.5)
D13.. 109 (4.3) 140 (5.5)
ANSI fittings are capable 101 mm (4.0") G13.. 130 (5.1) 160 (6.3)
y High Leak Design
of 222 kN SML (50K lbs.) Standard Design

(2)
IEC Wet (2)
IEC (2)
IEC Light-
Switching Power ning Impulse
Selection Guide Leakage Catalog Impulse Freq. Wet
Distance Withstand (ANSI
Typical Number Section Dry Arc Withstand Withstand
mm (in.) XX = Critical Impulse
Line Voltage, kV (1) with IEC 20 Length No. Distance (ANSI 60 (ANSI 60 F.O.) kV
mm ball and mm of mm Hz. Dry Hz. Wet
69 115 138 161 220 330 400 51 A1 D1 G1 socket (in.) Sheds (in.) F.O.) kV F.O.) kV Pos-kV Neg-kV
1150 1340 1530 1760 795 470 260 135 275 255
(45) (53) (60) (69) XX30032A07 (30.8) 12 (18.5) (180) (180) (310) (285)
1540 1790 2040 2350 951 625 345 180 365 350
(60) (70) (80) (92) XX30042A07 (37.0) 16 (24.6) (245) (240. (410) (390)
1920 2230 2540 2920 1104 775 420 220 450 440
(75) (88) (100) (115) XX30052A07 (43.5) 20 (30.6) (310) (295) (505) (490).
2310 2680 3060 3520 1260 930 500 260 540 530
(91) (105) (120) (138) XX30062A07 (49.6) 24 (36.8) (370) (350) (605) (595)
2700 3130 3570 4110 1416 1090 570 305 630 620
(106) (123) (140) (162) XX30072A07 (55.8) 28 (42.9) (430) (405) (700) (695)
3080 3580 4080 4700 1572 1245 650 340 715 710
(121) (141) (160) (185) XX30082A07 (61.9) 32 (49.0) (490) (455) (795) (795)
3470 4020 4580 5280 1724 1395 720 380 800 800
(136) (158) (180) (207) XX30092A07 (67.9) 36 (55.0) (545) (505) (890) (890)
3850 4480 5100 5870 1880 1555 790 420 885 890
(151) (176) (200) (231) XX30102A07 (74.0) 40 (61.2) (600) (555) (985) (990)
4240 4930 5610 6460 2036 1710 860 455 970 975
(167) (194) (221) (254) XX30112A07 (80.2) 44 (67.3) (655) (605) (1080) (1090)
4630 5370 6120 7050 2192 1865 930 490 1050 1065
(182) (211) (241) (277) XX30122A07 (86.3) 48 (73.5) (710) (655) (1170) (1185)
5010 5820 6620 7630 2344 2015 995 525 1135 1145
(197) (229) (261) (300) XX30132A07 (92.3) 52 (79.5) (760) (700) (1260) (1280)
5400 6270 7140 8220 2500 2175 1060 560 1215 1230
(212) (247) (281) (323) XX30142A07 (98.5) 56 (85.6) (810) (750) (1350) (1370)
5790 6720 7650 8810 2656 2330 1120 595 1295 1315
(228) (264) (301) (347) XX30152A07 (104.6) 60 (91.7) (855) (790) (1440) (1465)
6170 7170 8160 9400 2812 2485 1185 625 1375 1400
(243) (282) (321) (370) XX30162A07 (110.7) 64 (97.9) (905) (835) (1530) (1560)
6560 7610 8670 9980 2965 2635 1240 655 1455 1480
(258) (299) (341) (393) XX30172A07 (116.7) 68 (103.9) (945) (880) (1615) (1650)
6940 8060 9180 10570 3120 2795 1300 690 1530 1565
(273) (317) (361) (416) XX30182A07 (122.9 72 (110.0) (990) (920) (1705) (1740)
7330 8510 9700 11170 3276 2950 1355 720 1610 1645
(288) (335) (381) (439) XX30192A07 (128.9) 76 (116.2) (1030) (960) (1790) (1830)
7720 8960 10210 11760 3432 3105 1410 745 1685 1725
(304) (353) (402) (463) XX30202A07 (135.2) 80 (122.3) (1070) (1000) (1875) (1920)
8100 9400 10710 12330 3585 3260 1460 775 1760 1800
(319) (370) (421) (485) XX30212A07 (141.2) 84 (128.3) (1110) (1040) (1960) (2005)
8490 9860 11220 12930 3741 3415 1510 800 1835 1880
(334) (388) (442) (509) XX30222A07 (147.3) 88 (134.4) (1145) (1075) (2040) (2090)
8870 10310 11740 13520 3897 3570 1560 830 1910 1955
(349) (406) (462) (532) XX30232A07 (153.4) 92 (140.6) (1180) (1110) (2125) (2175)
Notes: (1) For voltages above 400 kV, and other section lengths, contact your Ohio Brass representative.
(2) Electrical values are without corona ring. For voltages above 161 kV refer to Page 3 for Corona Rings, and associated physical/electrical changes to
above data. Dimensions are within allowable tolerances as specified by IEC 1109 and ANSI C29.12.
Y-Clevis Tower Attachment Detail
Ground Line Suffix Length Change
for all Hi*Lite XL Insulators
Fitting Fitting Code mm Inches
Eye Eye 2000 +40 +1.5
Eye IEC 20mm Ball 2007 +18 +0.7
D Max. ANSI 52-11 Socket ANSI 52-11 Ball 2301 -16 -0.6
Eye ANSI 52-11 Ball 2001 +2 +0.1
25 mm (1") Dia. Minimum
3 mm (1/8") x 45 Chamfer 19 mm (3/4") Max. Y-Clevis Eye 2200 +19 +0.7
Rod Dia. mm (in.) D Max. mm (in.) Y-Clevis ANSI 52-11 Ball 2201 -13 -0.5
16 (5/8") 13 (.53) Y-Clevis IEC 20 mm Ball 2207 +4 +0.1
22 (7/8") 25 (1.0)
Eye IEC 19L Clevis 2800 +31 +1.2
To achieve insulator SML value, proper grade steel should be used.

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DynaVar
IEC 5kA, 10kA Class 1 & Class 2
and
IEEE Distribution & Riser Pole
Surge Arresters

IEC 60099-4 TESTED


IEEE C62.11 TESTED

Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com

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Table of Contents

Page

Warranty.......................................................... 70-2

Introduction..................................................... 70-3

Basic Construction.......................................... 70-3

Rating Selection Considerations..................... 70-4


Design Characteristics.................................... 70-5

Routine Prodution Tests.................................. 70-8

PDV-65 5 kA IEC........................................... 70-10

PDV-100 10kA IEC Class 1........................... 70-11

PVI-LP 10 kA IEC Class 2............................. 70-12

PDV-65 5 kA IEEE Normal Duty.................... 70-13

PDV-Optima 10 kA IEEE Heavy Duty............ 70-14

PVR 10 kA IEEE Riser Pole........................... 70-15

Warranty - Material Warranty - Application


Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product
such term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects or system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or
in material and workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim study. This applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation,
under this warranty. The Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall or if it is provided free of charge.
be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. factory, at the Company's option, of any product
defective under the warranty which is returned to the Company within one year from the Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the
date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR ARISING BY purchaser. In the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell
OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE Power Systems, Inc. , its liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such
IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S PRODUCTS analysis or study.
OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The
Company's warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company,
from the Company's distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling
the Company's product, and is non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of
no force and effect if asserted by any person other than such first Buyer. This warranty
applies only to the use of the product as intended by Seller and does not cover any
misapplication or misuse of said product.

NOTE:
Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Introduction Basic Construction


Ohio Brass introduced the very first U.S. non-ceramic Each PDV, PVI-LP and PVR arrester is made up of
arrester in 1986 and continues to be the market leader a series of varistor blocks that are manufactured by
with a full line of polymer arresters for distribution voltages. Ohio Brass in our Wadsworth, Ohio plant. Ohio Brass
Figure A portrays this broad offering of arresters for has many years of experience and proven ability in
both the IEC and IEEE distribution markets. The PDV- manufacturing these Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs), and
65 offers cost effective protection for a normal duty this in-company capacity allows us to fully control the
arrester. The PDV-100 serves the IEC Class 1 arrester quality and manufacturing processes. These MOVs
market. The newest in the line, PDV-100 Optima adds all dictate the performance characteristics of the arrester
of the benefits of a heavy duty distribution arrester, with and are locked in place with tightly wound layers of
a new disconnector which improves system reliability fiberglass filament impregnated with epoxy resin. The
and increases TOV capability. The PVR targets cable arrester housing is made from our proprietary blend of
applications and the PVI-LP is our IEC Class 2 offering. ESP silicone alloy. In addition to ESPs exceptional
As a market leader in arrester technology since 1950, performance as an insulator material, ESPs properties
Ohio Brass has a proven track record of advanced have been confirmed in a series of performance tests
arrester technology, distinguished product quality, and that include tracking resistance, contamination, aging,
extraordinary customer support that establishes Ohio and seal design.
Brass as a premier manufacturer of arrester products.
The PDV, PVR and PVI-LP arresters can be used with
all standard mounting arms and brackets. They are also
supplied with all the necessary fasteners, isolators, and
terminal attachments. A specially designed glass-filled
polyester insulating bracket, with integrated disconnector,
along with optional mounting brackets such as the cross
arm or transformer bracket, enable mounting options that
best suit every individual customer.

Figure A: Distribution Arrester Offerings


Protection Margin

PVR
PDV Optima
PDV 65 IEEE C62.11 Compliant
Good Better Best
PDV 65 IEC 60099-4 Compliant

PDV-100 IEC
PVI-LP

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Figure B: Cutaway View of Typical Unit


Cutaway View of Typical Polymer Arrester Module

Stainless Steel Terminal Stud

Stamped Stainless
Steel Nameplate

Alloy ESP Rubber Housing


Metal Oxide Varistor

Belleville Washer

Epoxy-Fiberglass Wrap
Metal Oxide Varistor

Live Silicone Interface

End Terminal

Rating Selection Considerations Table 2: Normally Recommended UC for Various


System Voltages
Selection of arrester is based upon the continuous
operating voltage (COV or Uc) that is applied across
System Line-to-Line
the arrester in service (line-to-ground). For arresters on Arrester UC (kV)
Voltage (kV)
effectively grounded systems, this is normally the maxi-
mum line-to-ground voltage e.g., 7.65 kV on a 12.47 Effectively Impedance
kV multi-grounded system. For ungrounded or imped- Grounded Grounded &
ance-grounded systems, the Uc should be 90 percent Nominal Maximum Neutral Ungrounded
of maximum phase-to-phase voltage or larger. Smaller Circuit Circuits*
arresters than shown may be used. Contact your Ohio 2.40 2.54 2.55 2.55
Brass representative for details.
4.16 4.40 2.55 5.10
For convenience, the data shown in this catalog includes 4.80 5.08 5.10 5.10
the traditional duty-cycle voltage rating associated
6.90 7.26 5.10 7.65
with the Uc of each arrester. The selection of the actual
type will be primarily governed by the insulation being 11.00 11.60 7.65 12.70
protected. Following topics discuss important arrester 12.00 12.70 7.65 12.70
design parameters. 12.47 13.20 7.65 15.30
13.20 13.97 8.40 15.30
Table 1: Energy Capability 13.80 14.52 8.40 15.30
Max. Energy 20.78 22.00 12.70 22.00
Arrester Discharge 22.00 23.30 15.30 24.40
Type Capability 22.86 24.20 15.30 24.40
kJ/kV - UC 23.00 24.34 15.30 24.40
PDV-65 1.4 24.94 26.40 15.30 29.00
PDV-Optima 1.8 33.00 34.90 22.00 N/A
PDV-100 2.2 34.50 36.51 22.00 N/A
PVR 2.2 *Depending on System Grounding conditions, it may be
PVI-LP 3.4 possible to use a lower rating. Consult your Hubbell Power
Systems Representative for further information.
Note: Based on single impulse test
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Design Characteristics
1. Long Duration Current Impulse: Depending upon the system impedance and system conditions, power lines
can discharge currents of low magnitude for significantly long durations as compared to a lightning stroke. The
Ohio Brass MOV blocks are tailored to meet this challenge. MOV block samples are subjected to 18 to 20 dis-
charges each with a current magnitude and duration as listed on Table 3 with one minute cooling interval between
each discharge. The sample discharge voltages are verified before and after long duration discharges with a 10 kA
8/20 s current wave to confirm no damage. Table 3 shows that the actual changes are well below the tolerances
allowed by standards, thus demonstrating product excellence.

Table 3: Long Duration Current Impulse Compliance


Allowed Discharge Actual Discharge
Standard Product Current (A) Duration (s) Tolerance (%) Tolerance (%)
IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 75 2000 5% 4.0%
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 230 2000 5% 1.5%
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 550 2000 5% 0.1%
IEEE C62.11 PDV-65 75 2000 5% 0.2%
IEEE C62.11 PDV-Optima 250 2000 5% 0.1%
IEEE C62.11 PVR 250 2000 10% 1.2%

2. Accelerated Aging: Ensuring stable arrester performance, after installation, is a necessity. MOV blocks are
thermally aged at 115C for 1000 hours at voltages specified by standards while continuous measurements of disc
watts loss are recorded. Excellent stability is demonstrated with a continuous reduction in watts loss for the entire
test period.

Table 4: Accelerated Aging Performance

Standard Product Temperature (oC) Time (hrs) Watts Loss


IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 130 1000 Continuously Decreasing
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 111 1000 Continuously Decreasing
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 115 1000 Continuously Decreasing
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-65 115 1000 Continuously Decreasing
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-Optima 115 1000 Continuously Decreasing
IEEE C.62.11 PVR 115 1000 Continuously Decreasing

3. Heat Dissipation Behavior: The intent of this test is to ensure that the prorated test sample used for durability
design tests has a thermal cooling characteristic that is slower than or equal to the actual unit. All prorated samples
showed a slower cooling rate than a complete unit, demonstrating sample validity.

4. Operating Duty Performance: Distribution systems are affected more by lightning strokes than switching
operations. The probability of the number of strokes and the magnitude of these strokes depend upon several fac-
tors that cannot be controlled or predicted accurately. Dynavar arresters are tested to ensure they are capable of
withstanding high current impulses while demonstrating thermal recovery. During this test, the MOV test samples
are subjected to twenty 8/20 s lightning strokes and two 4/10 s high current impulses of specified magnitude
followed by another 8/20 s discharge voltage verification impulse. The prorated sections demonstrated thermal
stability. Table 5 compares the actual performance of the prorated sections under these test conditions with the
tolerances permitted by the standards. It is evident that the arrester designs performed much superior to standard
requirements.

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Table 5: Operating Duty Test Characteristics


Two , 4/10 s Allowed Discharge Actual Discharge
Standard Product Current Waves (kA) Tolerance (%) Tolerance (%)
IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 65 5.00% 0.38%
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 100 5.00% 2.65%
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 100 5.00% 3.00%
IEEE C62.11 PDV-65 65 10.00% 1.50%
IEEE C62.11 PDV-Optima 100 10.00% 1.60%
IEEE C62.11 PVR 100 10.00% 1.30%

5. Disconnector Operation: It is a common utility practice to attach a ground lead disconnector to distribution
arresters. This is done to ensure continuous system operation in the rare event of an arrester short circuit and to
provide a visual indication of the disconnected unit. It is also important to verify that the disconnector does not op-
erate under surge conditions but isolates the ground lead during arrester short circuit. Samples with disconnectors
were subjected to low current long duration tests and duty cycle/operating duty tests as summarized in Tables 3
and 5 to verify normal arrester operation under surge conditions. The disconnector operation under faulted condi-
tion was also verified. Table 6, specifies the current sensitivity and the time response of the standard disconnector.
Standards specify the detonation curve be defined for fault currents ranging from 20 to 800 Amps.
Utilities have identified the necessity to have a more sensitive and disconnector that isolates the ground lead at
lower current levels. Ohio Brass now offers its advanced disconnector with its IEEE C62.11 compliant PDV Optima
arresters. Table 7 specifies the characteristics of the Optima disconnector. The disconnector will isolate the ground
lead at currents as low as 1 A. This has been achieved with a patented capacitor-based disconnector design instead
of the traditional resistor designs. The capacitor-based isolator is more reliable as it prevents thermal run away
situations that might be possible with commonly available resistor designs.
Table 6: Standard Disconnector Table 7: Optima Disconnector
Characteristics Characteristics
Normal Disconnector Optima Disconnector
Current Sensitivity (A) Time to respond (s) Current Sensitivity (A) Time to Respond (s)
20 1.00 1 7.00
100 0.30 10 1.50
200 0.20 20 0.80
800 0.05 100 0.28
200 0.18
800 0.05
6. Power Frequency Voltage versus Time Characteristics: Power systems are not ideal and periodically have
temporary over voltages (TOV) caused by a variety of reasons. The magnitude and duration of the system-gener-
ated TOV that the arrester can withstand is best expressed graphically. The three curves on page 7 show the TOV
capability versus time for the Ohio Brass arresters in this catalog.
The PDV-100 Optima utilizes a capacitance-based isolator which improves the TOV capability while increasing
the reliability of disconnector function. The PDV-100 Optima technology results in a family of TOV curves that are
a function of the voltage UC of the arrester.
For more information, contact your Ohio Brass sales representative.
7. Partial Discharge Performance: Partial discharges in arresters can result in radio interferences and initiate
material fatigue that can reduce the life of arresters. Both the IEC 60099-4 and IEEE C62.11 standards require that
the arrester shall demonstrate a partial discharge value of less than 10pC. All Ohio Brass arresters, comply with
the standards.
8. Pressure Relief Capability: Ohio Brass arresters are designed such that, during an unlikely condition of a short
circuit, they demonstrate sufficient explosion proof and shatter resistant properties. It is important to consider both
the symmetrical R.M.S capability as well as the asymmetrical peak capability depending on system X/R conditions.
Table 8 displays the demonstrated high and low symmetrical RMS current withstands and their durations. Table 8
also outlays the asymmetrical peak withstand and its duration. It can be observed that the asymmetrical peak to
the symmetrical peak ratios are greater than 2.5.
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Figure C: IEC TOV Capability with prior duty

Time-Seconds

Figure D: ANSI TOV Capability with no prior duty

Time-Seconds

Figure E: ANSI TOV Capability with prior duty

Time-Seconds

Table 8: Symmetrical & Assymetrical Pressure Relief Capability


High Symmetrical Low Symmetrical
RMS (A) and RMS (A) and Assymmetrical
Standard Product Duration (s) Duration (s) Peak (A) Duration (s)
IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 15,000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 38,250 0.2
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 20,000A & 0.2s 2020A & 1s 50,000 0.2
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 41,000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 107,000 0.2
IEEE C62.11 PDV-65 15,000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 38,250 0.2
IEEE C62.11 PDV-Optima 20,000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 55,300 0.2
IEEE C62.11 PVR 20,000A & 0.2s 600A & 1s 50,000 0.2

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Routine Production Tests


Ohio Brass maintains stringent testing controls in accordance with IEC 60099-4 to ensure that the customer receives
consistent quality with every product. Ohio Brass also performs various Quality Assurance tests on every batch of
MOV blocks. The routine tests listed below, in addition to highly controlled manufacturing processes, ensure that
Ohio Brass products demonstrate a superior level of quality.
MOV Block Routine Tests:
Physical Inspection Visual tests are performed post grind, post energy test, and for a final visual
inspection.
Rated Energy Test This procedure confirms the energy capability of each zinc oxide disc element.
Discharge Voltage Test Every block undergoes an 8/20 current wave impulse to verify its V-I
characteristics.
Watts Loss Test This test measures the AC watts loss and capacitive current characteristics of the disc.
MOV Block Batch QA Tests:
Square Wave Energy Test Performed on a 5 disc sample from each batch, this test is performed to quantify
the batch energy capability.
High Current Test Each 5 disc sample is subjected to two high current discharges of the same polarity to
ensure high current characteristics.
AC Life Test The discs are placed under test conditions for a minimum of 250 hours to verify
performance.
Arrester Routine Tests:
Physical Inspection Every molded rubber part, block, wrap module, brackets and completed unit is visually
examined to reject defective products.
Reference Voltage Test This test measures the voltage once a predetermined maximum peak current is
Arrester Mechanical Working Values
Mechanical parameters: The conservative mechanical working values shown in Table 9 are for the arrester unit
itself. As can be observed, these values are in excess of common requirements. For values of arresters with insulating
brackets or any other special condition, please contact your Ohio Brass account representative.
Table 9: Mechanical Working Values of Arresters
Tension Cantilever
Moment Tension Torsion Compression
Standard Product NM N NM N
IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 45 680 27 680
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 135 908 27 908
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 128 1360 54 1360
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-65 45 680 27 680
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-Optima 80 908 27 908
IEEE C.62.11 PVR 135 1360 54 1360
Arrester Accessories & Ordering Information
Insulating Base Brackets: Utilities can cut the cost of providing a standoff insulator for arrester support by
choosing the cost effective optional insulating base bracket along with the arrester. Table 10 illustrates the electri-
cal parameters. Table 11 shows the standard brackets for each Ohio Brass arrester. Figure F shows the drawings
for the available insulating base brackets. For special locations with extreme contamination levels, please contact
your Ohio Brass representative for additional bracket and hardware options.
Table 10: Insulating Bracket Electrical Parameters Table 11: Standard Bracket Selection Criteria
Insulation withstand (kV) Insulation withstand (kV)
Bracket BIL (kV) Power Frequency Withstand(kV) Bracket
Type 1.2/50 Dry Wet Size UC Range (kV) Rating Range (kV)
Short 75 40 20 Short 2.55 to 10.2 3 to 12
Medium 80 45 25 Medium 12.7 to 19.5 15 to 24
Long 95 50 30 Long 22 to 29* 27 to 36*
*Note: (*) PDV-100 has higher kV range.
Note: Arrester bracket ranges reflect minimum bracket requirements.
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Figure F: Bracket Drawings

Short Medium Long


Dimensions: Inches (mm) Dimensions: Inches (mm) Dimensions: Inches (mm)

Ordering your arrester: Arresters are identified by their 10 digit part numbers. Choose the appropriate first six
digits of the arrester shown in the Catalog Number column of the electrical characteristics table in the following
pages. Based on the hardware configuration, please select your choice of the last four digits. Table 12 shows the
available hardware for each arrester group. Ex: For an IEC PDV-100 arrester of 8.4 kV UC without any hardware, the
catalog number would be 214210-CCAA. For an IEEE PDV-Optima of 8.4 kV UC with basic hardware the catalog
number is 213709-7202.
Table 12: Available Arrester Hardware
Standard Product Prefix Codes U.S. Hardware Metric Hardware
Configurations Configurations
IEC 60099-4 PDV-65 2143XX
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 2142XX
IEC 60099-4 PDV-100 2132XX
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 2182XX
IEC 60099-4 PVI-LP 2184XX
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-65 217XXX / 213XXX
IEEE C.62.11 PDV-Optima 2137XX
IEEE C.62.11 PVR 2216XX

Table 13: Common U.S. Hardware Table 14: Common Metric Hardware
Configurations Configurations
Suffix Top Hardware Mounting Hardware Bottom Hardware Suffix Top Hardware Mounting Hardware Bottom Hardware

7202 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp None Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, CCAA No Accessories No Bracket No Accessories
Flatwasher CCBE Hex Nut & Wire No Bracket Hex Nut, Wire Clamp &
7213 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Insulated Base Bracket Isolator, Hex Nut & Clamp 2 Washers
Ground Strap
7214 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Insulated Base Bracket Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire CLBC* Hex Nut & Wire Short Bracket with Hex Nut, Wire Clamp &
Clamp Clamp Disconnector Washer
7224 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire C1BC* Hex Nut & Wire Medium Bracket with Hex Nut, Wire Clamp &
NEMA 4x5 X-Arm Bracket Clamp Clamp Disconnector Washer
7234 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire
Transformer Bracket Clamp CVBC* Hex Nut & Wire Long Bracket with Hex Nut, Wire Clamp &
7233 Hex Nut & Wire Clamp Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Clamp Disconnector Washer
Transformer Bracket Ground Strap
*To add a protective cap, change the BC to CC
7313 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, & Insulated Base Bracket Isolator, Hex Nut &
Protective Cap Ground Strap
7314 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, & Insulated Base Bracket Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire
Protective Cap Clamp
7324 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, & Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire
Protective Cap NEMA 4x5 X-Arm Bracket Clamp
7334 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, & Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire
Protective Cap Transformer Bracket Clamp
7333 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, & Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut &
Protective Cap Transformer Bracket Ground Strap
7533 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut &
Protective Cap, & 18" Transformer Bracket Ground Strap
Lead Wire
7534 Hex Nut, Wire Clamp, Insulated Base Bracket & Isolator, Hex Nut & Wire
Protective Cap, & 18" Transformer Bracket Clamp
Lead Wire
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IEC 5 kA ARRESTER PDV-65


The PDV-65 design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 5kA requirements. Table 15 specifies the electrical characteristics
while Table 16 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester only
configuration.
Table 15: PDV-65 Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
Rated Operating 0.5s 60/100
Voltage Voltage Catalog Steep Switching Surge
8/20 s Lightning Surge
Number Front
kV kV 10kA 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 500 A
3 2.55 214003 12.5 9.8 10.3 11.0 12.3 14.3 18.5 8.5
6 5.1 214005 25.0 19.5 20.5 22.0 24.5 28.5 37.0 17.0
9 7.65 214008 33.5 26.0 28.0 30.0 33.0 39.0 50.5 23.0
10 8.4 214009 36.0 27.0 29.5 31.5 36.0 41.5 53.0 24.0
12 10.2 214010 42.6 31.3 33.8 36.3 42.8 49.0 59.7 31.3
15 12.7 214013 54.0 43.1 46.3 49.0 54.4 62.4 76.0 39.9
18 15.3 214015 62.8 50.1 53.8 57.0 63.3 72.6 88.4 46.4
21 17.0 214017 68.3 54.5 58.5 62.0 68.9 79.0 96.1 50.5
24 19.5 214020 84.9 67.7 72.7 77.0 85.5 98.1 119.4 62.7
27 22.0 214022 96.4 76.9 82.6 87.5 97.2 111.5 135.6 71.2
30 24.4 214024 105.2 83.9 90.2 95.5 106.1 121.7 148.0 77.7
36 29.0 214029 134.0 104.0 112.0 120.0 132.0 156.0 202.0 92.0

Table 16: PDV-65 Dimensions, Clearances and Insulation Withstands


UC
UR Continuous Recommended Insulation Withstand (kV)
Rated Operating Creepage Clearances
Voltage Voltage Catalog Height Y Distance Phase- Phase- Weight BIL (kV) Power Frequency
Number Phase Ground Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 214003 140 391 127 76 1.6 14.3 9.7
6 5.1 214005 140 391 137 86 1.6 28.6 19.4
9 7.65 214008 140 391 152 102 1.6 39.0 26.4
10 8.4 214009 140 391 157 107 1.6 40.95 27.7
12 10.2 214010 140 391 191 140 3.0 57.2 38.7
15 12.7 214013 216 647 216 165 3.0 63.7 43.1
18 15.3 214015 216 647 241 191 3.0 74.1 50.2
21 17.0 214017 216 647 254 203 3.0 80.6 54.6
24 19.5 214020 277 782 305 254 4.5 100.1 67.8
27 22.0 214022 354 1038 330 279 4.5 113.75 77.0
30 24.4 214024 354 1038 356 305 4.5 124.15 84.0
36 29.0 214029 430 1295 419 368 6.0 156.0 105.6

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IEC CLASS 1 ARRESTER PDV-100


The PDV-100 design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 10kA Class 1 requirement. Table 17 specifies the electrical charac-
teristics while Table 18 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester
only configuration.
Table 17: PDV-100 Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
0.5s
Rated Operating 60/100
Catalog Steep
Voltage Voltage Switching Surge
Front 8/20 s Lightning Surge
Number
kV kV 10 kA 1.5 kA 2.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 125 A 500 A
3 2.55 214203 12.5 9.5 9.8 10.0 10.5 11.0 13.0 15.3 7.5 8.0
6 5.1 214205 25.0 19.0 19.7 20.0 21.0 22.0 26.0 30.5 15.0 16.0
9 7.65 214208 34.0 24.5 25.5 26.0 27.5 30.0 35.0 41.0 20.4 22.5
10 8.4 214209 36.5 26.0 27.3 28.0 29.5 32.0 37.5 43.5 21.8 23.5
12 10.2 214210 43.5 30.6 32.1 32.9 34.8 38.5 43.8 51.5 26.2 28.2
15 12.7 214213 54.2 38.4 40.1 41.0 43.4 48.0 54.6 64.2 32.6 35.0
18 15.3 214215 65.0 46.0 48.1 49.1 52.0 57.5 65.4 76.9 39.1 42.1
21 17 214217 69.5 49.2 51.4 52.5 55.7 61.5 69.9 82.2 41.8 44.9
24 19.5 214220 87.0 61.6 64.4 65.8 69.9 77.0 87.6 103.0 52.4 56.4
27 22 214222 97.7 69.2 72.3 73.9 78.2 86.5 98.4 115.7 58.8 63.2
30 24.4 214224 108.4 76.8 80.3 82.0 86.8 96.0 109.2 128.4 65.3 70.0
36 29 214230 130.0 92.0 96.1 98.2 104.0 115.0 130.8 153.8 78.2 84.2
42 33 214233 139.0 98.4 103.0 105.0 111.4 123.0 139.8 164.4 83.0 89.8
45 36 214236 154.8 114.7 120.6 123.5 130.5 144.0 165.2 195.0 97.1 104.4
48 39 214240 165.0 122.2 128.5 132.0 139.0 153.5 176.2 208.0 103.5 111.3

Table 18: PDV-100 Dimensions, Clearances and Insulation Withstands


UC
Recommended Insulation Withstand (kV)
UR Continuous
Clearances
Rated Operating Creepage
Voltage Voltage Catalog Height Y Distance Phase- Phase- Weight BIL Power Frequency
Number Phase Ground Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 214203 140 391 127 76 1.5 14.3 8.5
6 5.1 214205 140 391 137 86 1.9 28.6 17.0
9 7.65 214208 140 391 152 102 1.9 39 23.9
10 8.4 214209 140 391 157 107 1.9 41.6 24.9
12 10.2 214210 140 391 191 140 2.0 50.05 29.9
15 12.7 214213 216 660 216 165 2.5 62.4 37.1
18 15.3 214215 216 660 241 191 2.8 74.75 44.6
21 17 214217 216 660 254 203 2.8 79.95 47.6
24 19.5 214220 274 782 305 254 3.4 100.1 59.8
27 22 214222 437 1320 330 279 4.4 112.45 67.0
30 24.4 214224 437 1320 356 305 4.4 124.8 74.2
36 29 214230 437 1320 419 368 4.9 149.5 89.3
42 33 214233 437 1320 430 395 4.2 160.0 96.3
45 36 214236 643 1980 440 405 5.8 188.0 111.0
48 39 214240 643 1980 475 440 5.8 200.0 118.0

For IEC Arresters

NOTE:
To order the IEC Class 1 PDV-100
with U.S. hardware, change the
2142XX to 2132XX. This option is
shown in Table 12.

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IEC CLASS 2 ARRESTER PVI-LP


The PVI-LP design satisfies the IEC 60099-4 10kA Class 2 requirement. Table 19 specifies the electrical charac-
teristics while Table 20 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester
only configuration.
Table 19: PVI-LP Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
0.5s
Rated Operating Catalog 60/100
Steep
Voltage Voltage Number Switching Surge
Front 8/20 s Lightning Surge

kV kV 10 kA 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 125 A 500 A


3 2.55 214503 8.6 6.8 7.2 7.5 8.1 9.0 10.1 5.9 6.4
6 5.1 214505 17.1 13.6 14.4 15.0 16.2 17.9 20.2 11.9 12.7
9 7.65 214508 25.8 20.5 21.6 22.6 24.4 27.0 30.4 17.9 19.1
10 8.4 214509 28.4 22.6 23.8 24.9 26.9 29.8 33.5 19.7 21.1
12 10.2 214510 34.1 27.1 28.6 29.9 32.3 35.8 40.3 23.7 25.3
15 12.7 214513 42.9 34.1 36.0 37.6 40.6 44.9 50.6 29.8 31.8
18 15.3 214515 51.6 40.9 43.2 45.2 48.8 54.0 60.9 35.8 38.3
21 17.0 214517 56.9 45.1 47.7 49.9 53.8 59.6 67.1 39.5 42.2
24 19.5 214520 68.3 54.2 57.2 59.9 64.6 71.5 80.6 47.4 50.6
27 22.0 214522 72.4 61.4 64.9 67.9 73.2 81.0 91.3 53.7 57.4
30 24.4 214524 85.3 67.7 71.5 74.8 80.7 89.3 101 59.2 63.3
36 29.0 214529 102.0 81.3 85.9 89.8 96.9 107.0 121 71.1 76.0

Table 20: PVI-LP Dimensions, Clearances and Insulation Withstands


UC
UR Continuous Recommended Clearances Insulation Withstand (kV)
Rated Operating Catalog Creepage
Voltage Voltage Number Height Y Distance Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Weight Power Frequency
BIL
Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 214503 140 391 127 76 2.1 10.5 6.8
6 5.1 214505 140 391 135 84 2.1 21.1 13.5
9 7.65 214508 140 391 147 97 2.1 31.7 20.2
10 8.4 214509 140 391 152 102 2.1 35.0 22.4
12 10.2 214510 140 391 185 135 2.1 42.0 26.8
15 12.7 214513 276 782 211 160 3.8 52.8 33.7
18 15.3 214515 276 782 234 183 3.8 63.4 40.6
21 17.0 214517 276 782 246 196 3.8 69.9 44.7
24 19.5 214520 276 782 295 244 3.8 84.0 53.6
27 22.0 214522 415 1173 318 267 5.6 95.2 60.8
30 24.4 214524 415 1173 343 292 5.6 104.9 67.1
36 29.0 214529 415 1173 406 356 5.6 126.0 80.6

For IEC Arresters

NOTE:
To order the IEC Class 2 PVI-LP
with U.S. hardware, change the
2145XX to 2184XX. This option is
shown in Table 12.

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IEEE NORMAL DUTY DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER PDV-65


The PDV-65 design satisfies the IEEE C62.11 normal-duty arrester requirement. Table 21 specifies the electrical
characteristics while Table 22 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of the
arrester only configuration.
Table 21: PDV-65 Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
Rated Operating Catalog 0.5S 60/100
Voltage Voltage Number Steep Switching Surge
8/20 s Lightning Surge
Front
kV kV 10kA 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 500 A
3 2.55 217253 12.5 9.8 10.3 11.0 12.3 14.3 18.5 8.5
6 5.1 217255 25.0 19.5 20.5 22.0 24.5 28.5 37.0 17.0
9 7.65 217258 33.5 26.0 28.0 30.0 33.0 39.0 50.5 23.0
10 8.4 217259 36.0 27.0 29.5 31.5 36.0 41.5 53.0 24.0
12 10.2 217560 42.4 33.8 36.3 38.5 42.8 49.0 59.7 31.3
15 12.7 213263 54.0 43.1 46.3 49.0 54.4 62.4 76.0 39.9
18 15.3 213265 62.8 50.1 53.8 57.0 63.3 72.6 88.4 46.4
21 17.0 213267 68.3 54.5 58.5 62.0 68.9 79.0 96.1 50.5
24 19.5 217570 84.9 67.7 72.7 77.0 85.5 98.1 119.4 62.7
27 22.0 213272 96.4 76.9 82.6 87.5 97.2 111.5 135.6 71.2
30 24.4 213274 105.2 83.9 90.2 95.5 106.1 121.7 148.0 77.7
36 29.0 213279 134.0 104.0 112.0 120.0 132.0 156.0 202.0 92.0

Table 22: PDV-65 Dimensions, clearances and insulation withstands


UC
Continuous Recommended Insulation Withstand (kV)
Operating Catalog Creepage clearances
UR
Rated Voltage Voltage Number Height X Distance Phase- Phase- Weight BIL (kV) Power Frequency
Phase Ground Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 217253 239 391 122 76 1.6 20.3 9.9
6 5.1 217255 239 391 127 81 1.6 40.5 19.8
9 7.65 217258 239 391 142 97 1.6 55.4 29.7
10 8.4 217259 239 391 147 104 1.6 58.9 32.7
12 10.2 217560 239 391 191 145 3.0 80.9 39.7
15 12.7 213263 315 635 216 170 3.0 88.6 49.4
18 15.3 213265 315 635 241 196 3.0 103.1 59.5
21 17.0 213267 315 635 254 208 3.0 112.2 66.1
24 19.5 217570 373 782 305 259 4.5 139.3 75.8
27 22.0 213272 452 1026 330 284 4.5 158.3 85.5
30 24.4 213274 452 1026 345 300 4.5 172.8 94.9
36 29.0 213279 528 1173 411 366 6.0 221.5 112.8

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IEEE HEAVY DUTY DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER PDV OPTIMA


The PDV-Optima design satisfies the IEEE C62.11 heavy-duty arrester requirement. Table 23 specifies the electri-
cal characteristics while Table 24 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of
the arrester only configuration.
Table 23: PDV-Optima Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
Rated Operating 45/90
Catalog 0.5s Steep Switching
Voltage Voltage
Front 8/20 s Lightning Surge Surge
Number
kV kV 10 kA 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 500 A
3 2.55 213703 10.6 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.9 11.1 13.2 7.6
6 5.1 213705 21.3 15.9 17.0 18.0 19.8 22.3 26.5 15.3
9 7.65 213708 31.2 23.3 24.9 26.4 29.0 32.6 38.8 22.4
10 8.4 213709 34.0 25.4 27.1 28.8 31.6 35.6 42.3 24.4
12 10.2 213710 40.4 30.3 32.3 34.2 37.6 42.3 50.3 29.0
15 12.7 213713 51.4 38.5 41.1 43.5 47.8 53.8 64.0 36.9
18 15.3 213715 60.6 45.4 48.4 51.3 56.4 63.5 75.5 43.5
21 17.0 213717 68.3 51.1 54.5 57.8 63.5 71.4 85.0 49.0
24 19.5 213720 81.9 61.3 65.5 69.3 76.2 85.7 102.0 58.8
27 22.0 213722 91.9 68.8 73.4 77.8 85.5 96.2 114.4 65.9
30 24.4 213724 101.1 75.7 80.7 85.5 94.0 105.8 125.8 72.5
36 29.0 213729 121.4 97.9 97.0 102.7 112.9 127.0 151.1 87.0

Table 24: PDV-Optima Dimensions, Clearances and Insulation Withstands


UC
Recommended Insulation Withstand (kV)
UR Continuous
Clearances
Rated Operating Creepage
Voltage Voltage Catalog Height X Distance Phase- Phase- Weight BIL Power Frequency
Number Phase Ground Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 213703 173 216 127 76 1.3 15.8 7.8
6 5.1 213705 193 287 137 86 1.5 31.7 15.7
9 7.65 213708 221 366 152 102 1.7 46.3 22.1
10 8.4 213709 221 366 157 107 1.7 50.6 24.2
12 10.2 213710 236 432 191 140 2.0 60.1 28.5
15 12.7 213713 295 640 216 165 2.5 76.4 35.5
18 15.3 213715 295 640 241 191 2.5 90.2 42.8
21 17.0 213717 315 714 254 203 2.8 101.4 47.6
24 19.5 213720 389 927 305 254 3.8 121.7 54.6
27 22.0 213722 417 1006 330 279 4.0 136.6 61.6
30 24.4 213724 429 1072 356 305 4.2 150.2 68.3
36 29.0 213729 490 1280 419 368 4.7 180.3 81.1

For ANSI/IEEE Arresters

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IEEE RISER POLE DISTRIBUTION ARRESTER PVR


The PVR design satisfies the IEEE C62.11 riser pole arrester requirement. Table 25 specifies the electrical charac-
teristics while Table 26 specifies the dimensions, weights, clearances and insulation characteristics of the arrester
only configuration.
Table 25: PVR Electrical Characteristics
UC Residual Voltage Ures (kV)
UR Continuous
Rated Operating Catalog 45/90
Number 0.5s Steep Switching
Voltage Voltage
Front 8/20 s Lightning Surge Surge
kV kV 10 kA 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA 500 A
3 2.55 221603 9.9 7.2 7.8 8.2 9.1 10.4 12.3 6.6
6 5.1 221605 20.0 14.6 15.7 16.6 18.3 21.0 24.8 13.3
9 7.65 221608 26.8 19.5 21.0 22.2 24.5 28.1 33.2 17.8
10 8.4 221609 29.5 21.5 23.1 24.4 27.0 31.0 36.6 19.6
12 10.2 221610 35.5 25.9 27.9 29.4 32.5 37.3 44.0 23.6
15 12.7 221613 44.2 32.2 34.7 36.7 40.5 46.5 54.8 29.4
18 15.3 221615 53.4 38.9 41.9 44.3 48.9 56.1 66.2 35.5
21 17.0 221617 60.7 44.3 47.6 50.3 55.6 63.8 75.3 40.3
24 19.5 221620 70.9 51.7 55.6 58.7 64.9 74.4 87.9 47.1
27 22.0 221622 78.6 57.3 61.7 65.2 72.0 82.6 97.5 52.2
30 24.4 221624 88.5 64.5 69.4 73.3 81.0 92.9 110.0 58.7
36 29.0 221629 105.0 76.5 82.4 87.0 96.1 110.0 130.0 69.7

Table 26: PVR Dimensions, Clearances and Insulation Withstands


UC
UR Continuous Recommended Insulation Withstand (kV)
Rated Operating Catalog Creepage Clearances
Voltage Voltage Number Height X Distance Phase- Phase- Weight BIL Power Frequency
Phase Ground Withstand
kV kV mm mm mm mm kg 1.2/50 Wet
3 2.55 221603 178 203 127 76 1.5 15.8 6.7
6 5.1 221605 239 391 135 84 1.9 31.7 13.4
9 7.65 221608 239 391 147 97 1.9 46.3 20.2
10 8.4 221609 239 391 152 102 1.9 50.6 22.1
12 10.2 221610 239 391 185 135 2.0 60.1 26.9
15 12.7 221613 315 660 211 160 2.5 76.4 33.5
18 15.3 221615 315 660 234 183 2.8 90.2 40.3
21 17.0 221617 315 660 246 196 2.8 101.4 44.8
24 19.5 221620 373 782 295 244 3.4 121.7 51.4
27 22.0 221622 536 1321 318 267 4.4 136.6 58.0
30 24.4 221624 536 1321 343 292 4.4 150.2 64.3
36 29.0 221629 536 1321 406 356 4.9 180.3 76.4

For ANSI/IEEE Arresters

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Protective Caps Standard Mounting Brackets


Universal Optima Cap: The new Optima line end pro-
tective cap shown in Figure G is designed for single or
through connection lead wires. Each side of the cap has
webbed fingers that prevent accidental contact with the
arrester top end hardware by wildlife.

Figure G
Arrester Cap: The standard arrester cap shown in Figure
H features wide slots for single or through connection
lead wires.

Dimensions: Inches (mm)

Crossarm Mounting
Part No. 273456-3001

Figure H

Hardware Options

Hardware Code 7224 Hardware Code 7233

Hardware Code 7314


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PDE
Distribution Class Elbow Arresters

U.S. Patent Numbers:


6,014,306
6,828,895
6,876,289
& 6,956,458

IEEE C62.11 TESTED

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Table of Contents
Page

Warranty............................................................ 69-2

PDE Elbow Surge Arresters.............................. 69-3

General.......................................................... 69-3

Design Tests.................................................. 69-3

Production Tests............................................ 69-3

Application..................................................... 69-3

PDE Electrical Characteristics....................... 69-3

PDE Physical Characteristics........................ 69-3

Surge Arrester Selection Chart...................... 69-4

Benefits............................................................. 69-4

Insulation Coordination...................................... 69-5

Performance Test Summary.............................. 69-5

Lead Wire Catalog Scheme.............................. 69-5

PDE Cross Section View................................... 69-6

PDE Arrester Ordering Information................... 69-7

Catalog Scheme................................................ 69-7

Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such
system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and
applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The
of charge.
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B.
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. , its
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is
non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended
by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product.

Warranty - Application

NOTE:
Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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PDE ELBOW ARRESTERS


Rated 3-30 kV
General
Hubbell PDE elbow arresters are gapless metal oxide
varistor (MOV) type surge arresters. PDE arresters are
designed to provide shielded deadfront arrester protec-
tion for underground systems (15 kV - 35 kV class).
PDE arresters limit overvoltages to acceptable levels,
protecting equipment and extend life.

Design Tests
PDE elbow arresters reliably withstand the following
design tests:
Operating Duty Cycle: 20 - 5 kA discharges
High Current short duration: 2 - 65 kA discharges
Low current long duration: 20 - 75A x 2000 usec.

Production Tests
Polymer Housing Only: All tests performed per IEEE Standard 386
PDE elbow arresters reliably withstand the following design tests:
Partial Discharge Voltage Level
AC 60 Hz 1 Minute Withstand
BIL and Full Wave Impulse Withstand

Complete PDE: All tests performed per IEEE Standard 386


PDE elbow arresters reliably withstand the following design tests:
Partial Discharge Voltage Level
Reference Voltage per IEEE Standard C62.11
Power Frequency per IEEE Standard C62.11
Periodic Fluoroscopic Analysis

Application
PDE arresters are designed for use with 200 Amp loadbreak bushings and interfaces with other 200 Amp load-
break accessories that conform with IEEE Standard 386. A PDE arrester installed at the end of a radial system or
at both ends of an open point on a loop system will provide excellent protection against high voltage surges result-
ing from lightning or switching. When combined with an Ohio Brass PVR (Riser Pole) arrester installed at the end
of a radial system or at the next piece of apparatus downstream, optimum protection can be achieved. Consult
your Hubbell Power Systems account representative.

PDE Physical and Electrical Characteristics


The critical electrical values for elbow arresters are the discharge voltage (IR) and the IEEE Standard 386 in-
terface class. In general, the lower the discharge voltage, the better the protective margin. Hubbell PDE elbow
arresters are non-fragmenting and possess excellent fault close characteristics to minimize damage to equipment
and personnel.

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BENEFITS
Operating eye provides positive hotstick operation.
The pulling eye strength exceeds 500 pounds of pull
out force.
Insulation consists of peroxide cured EPDM rubber
that offers proven uncompromised reliability and
dimensional stability.
Molded shield of conductive peroxide cured EPDM
rubber meets IEEE Standard 592.
Grounding eye provides a convenient contact point
to attach a grounding wire to maintain the shield at
ground potential.
Flexible lead is a No. 4 AWG bare copper rope lay.
Available in several standard lengths to suit your ap-
plication.
Interface fit provides optimal radial pressure on the
IEEE Standard 386 interface.
The PDE arrester uses the same proven MOV tech-
nology utilized in all Ohio Brass arrester products.
End cap is manufactured from high strength stain-
less steel.

Surge Arrester Selection Chart


Approximate
Dimensions in. (mm) Shipping
IEEE MCOV Rated
Weight
Standard 386 Rating Voltage Elbow Catalog
Interface (kV) (kV) A B C Interface (lb.) (gm.) Number

2.55 3 7.4 (188) 6.6 (168) 2.9 (168) 15kV 3.7 1676 611503
5.1 6 7.4 (188) 6.6 (168) 2.9 (168) 15kV 3.7 1676 611505
7.65 9 7.4 (188) 6.6 (168) 2.9 (168) 15kV 3.7 1676 611508
15 kV Class 8.4 10 7.4 (188) 6.6 (168) 2.9 (168) 15kV 3.7 1676 611509
10.2 12 7.4 (188) 6.6 (168) 2.9 (168) 15kV 3.7 1676 611510
12.7 15 7.4 (188) 10.2 (259) 2.9 (168) 15kV 5.2 2360 621513
15.3 18 7.4 (188) 10.2 (259) 2.9 (168) 15kV 5.2 2360 621515
7.65 9 7.9 (201) 6.6 (168) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 3.7 1676 612508
8.4 10 7.9 (201) 6.6 (168) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 3.7 1676 612509
10.2 12 7.9 (201) 6.6 (168) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 3.7 1676 612510
25 kV Class
12.7 15 7.9 (201) 10.2 (259) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 5.2 2360 622513
15.3 18 7.9 (201) 10.2 (259) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 5.2 2360 622515
17 21 7.9 (201) 10.2 (259) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 5.2 2360 622517
19.5 24 7.9 (201) 10.2 (259) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 5.2 2951 623520
35 kV Class 22 27 7.9 (201) 13.7 (348) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 6.5 2951 633522
24.4 30 7.9 (201) 13.7 (348) 3.1 (79) 25/35kV 6.5 2951 633524

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Hubbell PDE Elbow Arresters


Performance Characteristics*
NORMALLY RECOMMENDED
MCOV FOR VARIOUS SYSTEM VOLTAGES Description Characteristics
System L-L Voltage Arrester MCOV-kV
kV High Current 2 discharges of 65 kA crest
Impedance Short Duration 20 surges of 75 A-2000
Effectively Grounded Low Current microsecond duration
Grounded and Ungrounded Long Duration 20 operations of 5 kA crest
Nominal Maximum Neutral Circuits Circuits Duty Cycle 8 x 20 microsecond duration
2.4 2.54 2.55
Thermal Recovery at MCOV
4.16 4.4 2.55 5.1
4.8 5.08 5.1 Tests were performed in accordance with applicable
6.9 7.26 7.65
sections of IEEE Standard C62-11 (Metal Oxide Surge
12.0 12.7 7.65 12.7
12.47 13.2 7.65 Arresters for Alternating Current Power Circuits) with
13.2 13.97 8.4 test levels chosen in accordance with levels found in
13.8 14.52 8.4 15.3 underground distribution systems.
20.78 22.0 12.7 22.0
22.86 24.2 15.3 22.0
23.0 24.34 22.0
24.94 26.4 15.3 60 Hz Temporary Overvoltage Capability
34.5 36.5 22.0 With and Without Prior Duty (60)

Selection of arrester size is based upon the maximum


continuous operating voltage (MCOV) that is applied
across the arrester in service (line-to-ground). For ar-
Voltage Per Unit MCOV

resters on effectively grounded systems, this is normal-


ly the maximum line-to-ground voltage e.g., 7.65 kV
on a 12.47 kV multi-grounded system. For ungrounded
or impedance-grounded systems, the MCOV should
be at least 90 percent of maximum phase-to-phase
voltage. Smaller arresters than shown may be used;
contact your Hubbell Power Systems account repre-
sentative for details.

Time Duration - Seconds


Lead Wires
#4 AWG Copper Rope Lay Conductor 595 Strand (7
x 85)
All End Fittings are Tinned Copper 274495XXXX

Ultimate Tensile Strength - 300 lbs. Code Length B

Standard length is 36" 3001 24"


3002 36"
3003 48"
3004 60"
3005 72"

Installation
The PDE arrester is applied on a 200 Amp interface via
a hotstick. Reference the installation instruction sheet.

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Typical Cross Sections


PDE Arresters
Brass Pin EPDM Insulation

Pulling Eye

Peroxide Cured EPDM Conductive Shield Epoxy-Fiberglass Wrap

Shield Grounding Tab

Non-Fragmenting (MOV)
Metal Oxide Varistor

Retaining Washer

Stainless Steel Cap With Nameplate

COMMON TERMS
Discharge Voltage The voltage the arrester develops while discharging a surge to ground. This is a measure
of the amount of protection; lower discharge voltage yields better protection.
MCOV Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage. The maximum 60 cycle voltage the arrester can support for its
lifetime. The arrester MCOV must be equal to or greater than the system continuous line-to-ground voltage.
TOV Temporary Over-voltage. A situation in which the temporary line-to-ground 60 Hz voltage exceeds the
nominal system voltage. (This is a common cause of failure of MOV type surge arresters.)
Thermal runaway When an MOV arrester fails due to excess heat causing the arrester to conduct too much
current. This will only happen if the arrester has absorbed more than its rated energy.
200 Amps This is the rated operating current of the system.
15, 25 & 35 kV class These are the levels of cable insulation available in the system.
EPDM Peroxide Cured Rubber

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PDE Arrester Ordering Information


15 kV Class (15 kV Elbow Interface)
500 A
0.5 sec Switching
Rated 5 kA Surge
Catalog MCOV Voltage Maximum Maximum
Number kV kV IR-kV IR-kV 1.5 kA 3.0 kA 5.0 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

611503 2.55 3 12.5 8.5 9.8 10.3 11.0 12.3 14.3 18.5
611505 5.1 6 25.0 17.0 19.5 20.5 22.0 24.5 28.5 37.0
611508 7.65 9 33.5 23.0 26.0 28.0 30.0 33.0 39.0 50.5
611509 8.4 10 36.0 24.0 27.0 29.5 31.5 36.0 41.5 53.0
611510 10.2 12 50.0 34.0 39.0 41.0 44.0 49.0 57.0 74.0
621513 12.7 15 58.5 40.0 45.5 48.5 52.0 57.5 67.5 87.5
621515 15.3 18 67.0 46.0 52.0 56.0 60.0 66.0 78.0 101.0

25 kV Class (25/35 kV Elbow Interface)


612508 7.65 9 33.5 23.0 26.0 28.0 30.0 33.0 39.0 50.5
612509 8.4 10 36.0 24.0 27.0 29.5 31.5 36.0 41.5 53.0
612510 10.2 12 50.0 34.0 39.0 41.0 44.0 49.0 57.0 74.0
622513 12.7 15 58.5 40.0 45.5 48.5 52.0 57.5 67.5 87.5
622515 15.3 18 67.0 46.0 52.0 56.0 60.0 66.0 78.0 101.0
622517 17.0 21 73.0 49.0 55.0 60.0 64.0 73.0 84.0 107.0

35 kV Class (25/35 kV Elbow Interface)


623520 19.5 24 92.0 63.0 71.5 76.5 82.0 90.5 106.5 138.0
633522 22.0 27 100.5 69.0 78.0 84.0 90.0 99.0 117.0 151.5
633524 24.4 30 108.0 74.0 81.0 88.5 94.5 108.0 124.5 159.0

PDE Distribution Class Elbow Arresters


Key to the Catalog Numbers
6XXXXX0 0XX

No LEAD................................... 00
15 = 15 kV Class 24" LEAD................................... 24
25 = 25 kV Class 36" LEAD................................... 36
35 = 35 kV Class 48" LEAD................................... 48
60" LEAD................................... 60
MCOV from above 72" LEAD................................... 72
2.55 = 03
5.1 = 05
7.65 = 08
8.4 = 09
10.2 = 10
12.7 = 13
15.3 = 15
17.0 = 17
19.5 = 20
22.0 = 22
24.4 = 24

For more information, contact your Hubbell account representative or fax (573) 682-8714.
Visit us at www.hubbellpowersystems.com

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Quality Products
POWER SYSTEMS, INC.

for over 100 years


Hubbell/Ohio Brass manufactures a complete line of transmission and
distribution arresters and insulators. Over 15 million PDV/PVR arresters protect
distribution lines and over 10,000 miles of transmission lines have been
built with Hi*Lite insulators worldwide. These include protection from the new
Protecta-Lite line of arresters.
Hubbell Power Systems also manufactures a broad range of 15kV and 25kV 200 amp
Loadbreak connectors and 15kV/25kV 600 amp and 900 amp Deadbreak cable acces-
sories for the underground distribution marketplace.

15kV and 25kV 15kV, 25kV and 35kV


Loadbreak Inserts Loadbreak Elbows

25kV 600 amp and 900 amp 25kV 600 amp and 900 amp
Deadbreak T-Body Deadbreak Junctions

Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com

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Affordable Surge Protection for Superior


Transmission and Distribution System Reliability

Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com
NOTE:
Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Protecta*Lite INDEX
Page

Introduction................................................................................................. 3

PROTECTA*LITE Benefits........................................................................4-5

System Reliability Improvements................................................................ 6

PROTECTA*LITE Basics.............................................................................. 7

PROTECTA*LITE Selection Step 1...........................................................8-9

PROTECTA*LITE Selection Step 2.......................................................10-11

PROTECTA*LITE Selection Step 3.......................................................12-17

Catalog Number Composition................................................................... 18

Disconnectors & TOV Performance.......................................................... 19

Facts & Warranty Information.................................................................... 20

Warranty - Material Warranty - Application


Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product
such term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects or system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or
in material and workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim study. This applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation,
under this warranty. The Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall or if it is provided free of charge.
be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. factory, at the Company's option, of any product
defective under the warranty which is returned to the Company within one year from the Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the
date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR ARISING BY purchaser. In the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell
OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE Power Systems, Inc. , its liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such
IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S PRODUCTS analysis or study.
OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The
Company's warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company,
from the Company's distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling
the Company's product, and is non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of
no force and effect if asserted by any person other than such first Buyer. This warranty
applies only to the use of the product as intended by Seller and does not cover any
misapplication or misuse of said product.

NOTE:
Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

Copyright 2006 Hubbell/Ohio Brass

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The Driving Force for PROTECTA*LITE Systems

In todays competitive market, power is always in Even though these problems may seem complex,
demand. Even the slightest interruption can cost Ohio Brass has developed one simple solution
millions of dollars to both you and your custom- that can achieve your surge protection needs for
ers. Attempts to improve power quality through both transmission and distribution lines.
new line construction can be met with the all too Whether you are interested in upgrades or
common customer response not in my back- new line construction, Ohio Brass can build a
yard. PROTECTA*LITE system that meets your surge
If this is not enough, the need to construct aes- protection needs.
thetically pleasing compact lines that will not
adversely impact the landscape can sometimes
interfere with a utilitys ability to effectively shield
lines from lightning surges.

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The Benefits of the PROTECTA*LITE System

SYSTEM PROTECTION

Protects line insulation from flashover due to


lightning strikes.

When applied at the entrance of a substation,


PROTECTA*LITE protects substation equip-
ment from lightning surges.

PROTECTA*LITE prevents back-flashovers of


lines resulting from poor system grounding.

COMPACT LINE DESIGN

By analyzing the characteristics of your line,


Ohio Brass can supply a PROTECTA*LITE
system that protects lines from lightning surges
without the use of costly and visually unappeal-
ing overhead shield wire systems.

PROTECTA*LITE systems help to realize com-


pact line designs with ease.

With PROTECTA*LITE, utilities can upgrade


lines to higher system voltages without costly
insulator change outs requiring more space
and possible pole upgrades.

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Additional Benefits of the PROTECTA*LITE System

PROTECTA*LITE has a lower continuous


power loss than any competitive product in
the same class.

Reduce RFI/TVI complaints by utilizing


PROTECTA*LITE systems.

PROTECTA*LITE arresters are the lowest


weight solution for surge protection. This re-
duces line loading and possible mishandling
during installation.

PROTECTA*LITE can be supplied to fit your


system using Ohio Brass insulators and ar-
resters.

PROTECTA*LITE does not affect line per-


formance when faced with adverse wind
and ice conditions.

Testing and 20 years of field experience


have demonstrated the PROTECTA*LITE
polymer housing is highly resistant to track-
ing and other environmental damage.

The PROTECTA*LITE design is highly resis-


tant to moisture ingress, which is a leading
cause of arrester failure.

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Heres what the PROTECTA*LITE System


does for Your System Reliability1
REDUCED RELIABILITY INDICATORS
Utilizing PROTECTA*LITE on transmission and
distribution lines can help eliminate SAIDI (CMI,
CMO), SAIFI, MAIDI, and MAIFI related to light-
ning surges1.
PROTECTA*LITE quickly helps stamp out light-
ning surges without the occurrence of nuisance
breaker operations that increase MAIFI and
MAIDI.
If a surge related flashover occurs on a line and
a substation interrupter/breaker fails to oper-
ate, the line can be damaged. The ensuing
outage can result in the accumulation of SAIDI
and SAIFI until power can be re-routed through
switching or the line is fixed. PROTECTA*LITE
helps present flashover due to lighting surges.
Thus, with PROTECTA*LITE, SAIDI or SAIFI
related to lightning surges should be reduced or
effectively eliminated.

At Ohio Brass, we understand how important system reliability


is, so we continually strive to provide you with the best surge
protection available. If you have questions, please contact us
at hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com.

1
Reliability is often expressed in terms of SAIDI (CMI, CMO), SAIFI, MAIDI, and MAIFI.
SAIDI System Average Interruption Duration Index
SAIFI System Average Interruption Frequency Index
MAIDI Momentary Average Interruption Duration Index
MAIFI Momentary Average Interruption Frequency Index

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PROTECTA*LITE Basics
The theory behind PROTECTA*LITE systems is 2.4 to 400 kV. Higher voltage PROTECTA*LITE
state of the art. It consists of a special metal- systems are available.
oxide surge arrester in parallel with line insulation.
PROTECTA*LITE systems are available as an
During a surge, the metal-oxide arrester limits assemblies of polymer insulators and arrest-
the voltage across the insulation to a value below ers, or as an arrester alone. Construction with a
the insulator flashover voltage. Therefore, the PROTECTA*LITE assembly brings with it many
lightning surge current is diverted to ground in a advantages and configurations.
controlled manner and the insulation is left intact.
The system works for direct lightning strokes to
phase conductors and for backflash attributed to PROTECTA*LITE design test reports can be found
poor grounding and capacitive coupling. at: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
Click on the yellow Literature Tab, scroll down,
and pick the Design Test Reports # EU1290-H
PROTECTA*LITE systems utilize, only the highest link. Pick report .
quality Metal-Oxide Varistors (MOV) combined
with durable, time proven polymer housings.
The next few pages demonstrate three easy steps
for specifying the PROTECTA*LITE system that is
Since 1988, PROTECTA*LITE systems have right for you.
reduced interruptions at system voltages from

Cutaway View of Typical


Polymer Arrester Module

Stainless Steel
Terminal Stud

Stamped Stainless Steel Name-


plate

Alloy EP Rubber Housing

Metal Oxide Varistor

Belleville Washer

Epoxy-Fiberglass Wrap
Metal Oxide Varistor

Live Silicone Interface

End Terminal

Sectional View of PROTECTA*LITE Arrester

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STEP 1 For Selecting the Right PROTECTA*LITE System


First select the correct Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage (MCOV1) for your arrester. Below is a
selection guide with the appropriate arrester MCOV for some common system voltages (line to line).
This chart also provides the best choice for MCOV based on grounding considerations. All voltage
values are expressed in RMS terms.

Suggested Arrester MCOV (COV)


System Voltage kV
Effectively Grounded Impedance Grounded
Nominal Maximum Neutral Circuit or Ungrounded
2.40 2.52 2.55 2.55
4.16 4.37 2.55 5.10
4.80 5.04 5.10 5.10
6.90 7.25 5.10 7.65
8.32 8.74 5.10 8.40
12.00 12.60 7.65 17.00
12.47 13.10 7.65 17.00
13.20 13.90 8.40 17.00
13.80 14.50 8.40 17.00
20.78 21.80 12.70 22.00
22.86 24.00 15.30 22.00
23.00 24.20 15.30 22.00
24.94 26.20 15.30 24.00
34.50 36.20 22.00 36.50
46.00 48.30 29.00 48.00
69.00 72.50 42.00 70.00
115.00 121.00 70.00 115.00
138.00 145.00 84.00 131.00
161.00 169.00 98.00 152.00
230.00 242.00 140.00 220.00
For higher system voltages, please contact your Hubbell representative for
the PROTECTA*LITE application that is right for you.

For effectively grounded systems, the MCOV selected is usually the maximum line to
ground voltage of the system. For impedance grounded or ungrounded lines, an arrester
MCOV that is closer to 90% of the system voltage should be selected. If your system
voltage is not present on this chart, please contact your Hubbell representative.

1
MCOV is also referred to as UC or COV (Continuous Operating Voltage).

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CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TYPICAL PROTECTA*LITE SYSTEM


(40 MM BLOCK DESIGN)
MCOV Leakage Distance Arrester Weight
(kV) (in / mm) (lbs / kg)
8.4 15.4 / 391 3 / 1.36
17.0 30.8 / 782 6 / 2.72
24.4 46.2 / 1174 9 / 4.08
31.5 61.6 / 1565 12 / 5.44
42.0 77.0 / 1956 15 / 6.80
48.0 92.4 / 2347 18 / 8.16
57.0 107.8 / 2738 21 / 9.53
76.0 138.6 / 3520 27 / 12.25
84.0 154.0 / 3912 30 / 13.61
98.0 184.8 / 4694 36 / 16.33
106.0 200.2 / 5085 39 / 17.69
115.0 215.6 / 5476 42 / 19.05
131.0 246.4 / 6259 48 / 21.77
140.0 261.8 / 6650 51 / 23.13
144.0 277.2 / 7041 54 / 24.49
PROTECTA*LITE System works by limiting the voltage of a surge below the flashover volt-
age of the insulators on your system. As long as the surge voltage is maintained below the
flashover voltage of your insulation, the system is unaffected by surges. Below is a listing of
the average voltage rise observed when a PROTECTA*LITE System is struck by a fast front
(0.5 s; 10 kA) lightning surge, standard lightning surge (8/20 s) of varying currents, and a
long duration (45 s) switching surge.

0.5 s 8/20 s Maximum Discharge Voltage (kV) 45 s


MCOV
10 kA SS
kV 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA
(kV) (kV)
8.4 36.5 26.0 28.0 29.5 32.0 37.5 43.5 23.5
17.0 73.0 52.0 56.0 59.0 64.0 75.0 87.0 47.0
24.4 109.5 78.0 84.0 88.5 96.0 112.5 130.5 70.5
31.5 146.0 104.0 112.0 118.0 128.0 150.0 174.0 94.0
42.0 182.5 130.0 140.0 147.5 160.0 187.5 217.5 117.5
48.0 219.0 156.0 168.0 177.0 192.0 225.0 261.0 141.0
57.0 255.5 182.0 196.0 206.5 224.0 262.5 304.5 164.5
76.0 328.5 234.0 252.0 265.5 288.0 337.5 391.5 211.5
84.0 365.0 260.0 280.0 295.0 320.0 375.0 435.0 235.0
98.0 438.0 312.0 336.0 354.0 384.0 450.0 522.0 282.0
106.0 474.5 338.0 364.0 383.5 416.0 487.5 565.5 305.5
115.0 511.0 364.0 392.0 413.0 448.0 525.0 609.0 329.0
131.0 584.0 416.0 448.0 472.0 512.0 600.0 696.0 376.0
140.0 620.5 442.0 476.0 501.5 544.0 637.5 739.5 399.5
144.0 657.0 468.0 504.0 531.0 576.0 675.0 783.0 423.0

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STEP 2 The BUILDING BLOCKS of the


PROTECTA*LITE System
Select the PROTECTA*LITE System energy absorption capability that is
correct for your system.

32 mm 40 mm 48 mm 60 mm

Figure 2 Four Available PROTECTA*LITE Block Diameters

Ohio Brass surge arresters use only the finest metal oxide varistor (MOV) blocks so that surge
energy is conducted to ground without compromising the insulation integrity of your transmis-
sion or distribution system. The amount of energy a surge arrester is exposed to is depen-
dent on the system. Thus, Ohio Brass manufactures four MOV block diameters to efficiently
channel surge energy to ground.

Block diameter determines the amount of energy that an arrester can absorb. The energy
absorption capability of the PROTECTA*LITE system is simply the amount of energy that the
MOV blocks can absorb without entering a mode of thermo-mechanical arrester failure.

Not sure which block size to pick? Contact your Hubbell representative. After answer-
ing a few simple questions, we will help you determine what energy capability your
PROTECTA*LITE arresters need to ensure years of reliable service.

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PROTECTA*LITE ENERGY CAPABILITY CHARACTERISTICS


Characteristics Block Type
Block Diameter 32 mm 40 mm 48 mm 60 mm

ANSI / IEEE C62.11 Class 5 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA

IEC 60099-4 Class 5 kA 1 2 3

Energy Capability - Single Shot (kJ/kVMCOV/COV) 1.4 2.2 3.4 4.9

Energy Capability - Double Shot (kJ/kVMCOV/COV) 3.2 4.7 5.2 7.3

Single Shot Energy Capability - The maximum amount of energy that an MOV block can
withstand from an instantaneous surge discharge.

Double Shot Energy Capability - The maximum energy that can be discharged to ground
from multiple surge events that take place within one min-
ute. Lightning surges are typically comprised of multiple
discharges.

Example:
If you order a PROTECTA*LITE with the following characteristics:
84 kV MCOV
48 mm block construction

The energy capability of your PROTECTA*LITE would be as follows:

3.4kJ
Single Shot Capability = kV x 84kV MCOV = 285.6 kJ
MCOV

5.2kJ x 84kV
Double Shot Capability = MCOV = 436.8 kJ
kV MCOV

TYPICAL FAULT CURRENT WITHSTAND RATINGS (40 mm Block)


Current Magnitude Test Duration
(Sym Amps RMS) (Cycles)
500 120
2,500 60
5,000 30
10,000 10
20,000 10

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STEP 3 PROTECTA*LITE Configurations


The examples below illustrate some common PROTECTA*LITE configurations. If you prefer, contact
your local Hubbell representative to help you develop a PROTECTA*LITE configuration that meets your
needs.

Would you like us to specify an Ohio Brass insulator: Yes No

Suspension 1 Suspension 2 Suspension 3

Suspension 4 Suspension 5

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Deadend 1

Deadend 2

Deadend 3

When specifying the mounting configuration of your PROTECTA*LITE system, call your
Hubbell representative to help you design the system you want.

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Deadend 4

Deadend 5

Davit Arm

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Vertical Tangent 1 Vertical Tangent 2

Horizontal Post Assembly 1

When specifying the mounting configuration of your PROTECTA*LITE system, call your
Hubbell representative to help you design the system you want.

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Horizontal Post Assembly 2

Horizontal Post Assembly 3

When specifying the mounting configuration of your PROTECTA*LITE system, call your
Hubbell representative to help you design the system you want.

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Bracket Mount Crossarm Mount 1

Crossarm Mount 2 Customer Specified

When specifying the mounting configuration of your PROTECTA*LITE system, call your
Hubbell representative to help you design the system you want.

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COMPOSITION of a PROTECTA*LITE Catalog Number


PROTECTA*LITE
Catalog Number Identifier PROTECTA*LITE Configuration
(Arrester MCOV Specific)

Arrester MCOV
(2-98 kV)

600XXX 5XXX
0 Arrester & Hardware (Stand-a-lone Protecta*Lite) 0 40 mm Blocks w/ 8.4 kV Modules
3 Arrester & Hardware Only (for 6005XX Assemblies) 1 40 mm Blocks w/ 10.2 kV Modules
4 Hardware Only (for 6005XX Assemblies) 2 48 mm Blocks (Standard Housing)
5 Matched Arrester, Hardware, and Insulator 3 32 mm Blocks
6 Hardware Only (From 6000XX Arrester Assembly) 4 48 mm Blocks (Large Housing)
5 60 mm Blocks

60XXXX 5XXX
Arrester MCOV
(100+ kV) PROTECTA*LITE Configuration
(Arrester MCOV Specific)

These digits will be filled in by Ohio Brass based on


Your Turn: your hardware choices from the previous pages.

6 0 5 XX

When designing your PROTECTA*LITE system, call your Hubbell representative to help
you design the system you want.

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PROTECTA*LITE Disconnectors & TOV Performance


PROTECTA*LITE systems are normally your line, while providing a visual indication
furnished with a disconnector (also called that the arrester needs to be replaced. For an
an isolator). The disconnector is connected operational overview of the PROTECTA*LITE
in series at either the line or ground end of a disconnector please contact your local Hub-
PROTECTA*LITE arrester. The disconnector bell Power Systems representative.
reacts to rapid increases in power frequency
(60 Hz) current flow through the arrester.
The typical temporary overvoltage (TOV)
capability of a PROTECTA*LITE arrester is
In the rare case event exceeds the capabil- illustrated in the TOV chart below. To use
ity of a PROTECTA*LITE, the isolator will the chart, select the amount of time that the
disconnect the arrester from the transmis- overvoltage event will be present on your line.
sion or distribution system. By sacrificing Then select the overvoltage factor based on
itself, PROTECTA*LITE protects your line from that time period, and multiply it by the MCOV
damage attributed to dangerous temporary of your PROTECTA*LITE System. This is the
overvoltage conditions. Furthermore, the 60 Hz overvoltage that your PROTECTA*LITE
disconnector prevents a permanent fault on can handle for the time period selected.

60 Hz Temporary Overvoltage Capability of


Protecta*Lite Systems
60 Hz Overvoltage (Per Unit MCOV)

Time (s)

For example: A PROTECTA*LITE System with an 84 kV MCOV can handle 84 kV x 1.49 = 125 kV
from line to ground for a 10-second period of time.

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PROTECTA*LITE FACTS
More than a quarter million PROTECTA*LITE Systems are guarding distribution and transmission
lines worldwide. An additional 15,000,000 PDV and PVR distribution arresters are in service
around the globe. PROTECTA*LITE arresters are based on PDV/PVR technology.

PROTECTA*LITE has been improving system reliability for 20 years.

PROTECTA*LITE is the only surge protection system available in a complete package with insulators.

PROTECTA*LITE is available for applications ranging from 2.4 to 400 kV.

PROTECTA*LITE protects lines against troublesome backflash.

PROTECTA*LITE allows for aesthetically pleasing compact line designs.

Web: http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com
E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com
UNITED STATES MEXICO

HUBBELL POWER SYSTEMS, INC. HUBBELL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE. CV


210 N. Allen Av. Coyoacan No. 1051
Centralia, MO 65240-1395 Col. Del Valle
Phone: 573-682-5521 03100 Mexico, D.F.
Fax: 573-682-8714 Phone: 52-55-9151-9999
e-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com Fax: 52-55-9151-9988
e-mail: vtasdf@hubbell.com.mx

NOTE:
Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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DynaVar
Distribution Class (PDV) and
Riser Pole (PVR) Surge Arresters

Introducing the NEW PDV-100 OPTIMA


U.S. Patent Numbers: 6,828,895
& 6,956,458

IEEE C62.11 TESTED

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Table of Contents
Page
Warranty...........................................................................................31-2
Introduction.......................................................................................31-3
PDV/PVR Distribution Surge Arresters.............................................31-3
Alloy ESP Housing........................................................................31-3
Basic Construction........................................................................31-3
Benefits.........................................................................................31-3
Tests Verify PDV/PVR Arrester Design............................................31-4
Full Scale Fault Current Tests.......................................................31-4
Design Test Report Summary.......................................................31-4
Optima Design Improvements......................................................31-4
DynaVar PDV/PVR
Selection Considerations..............................................................31-5
Temporary Overvoltage....................................................... 31-5, 31-6
Mounting Hardware
Optional Attachments....................................................................31-7
How to Specify a 7000 Code Suffix..............................................31-7
Tightening Torques for PDV/PVR Arrester Fasteners...................31-7
Options Table................................................................................31-7
PDV/PVR Electrical Characteristics.................................................31-8
Insulation Coordination.....................................................................31-9
PDV/PVR
Dimensions.................................................................................31-10
Leakage Distances.....................................................................31-10
Dimension Diagrams..................................................................31-10
Typical Mounting Configurations
and Hardware.............................................................................31-11
PDV Optima Testaments................................................................31-12

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term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The of charge.
Buyers exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In
factory, at the Companys option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. , its
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF
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PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Companys
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Companys
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Companys product, and is
non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended
by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product.

Warranty - Application

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Introduction Basic Construction

The PDV-100 arrester was introduced in 1986 as the In the PDV/PVR arresters, the Varistors are locked in
very first U.S. non-ceramic arrester for heavy duty place with tightly wound layers of fiberglass filament
applications. Now, 18 years and 15 million arresters impregnated with epoxy resin. The arrester housing
later, we are pleased to introduce the newest addition is made from our proprietary blend of ESP silicone
to the Ohio Brass arrester family, the PDV-100 Optima. alloy. In addition to ESPs exceptional performance
as an insulator material, ESPs properties have been
Ohio Brass offers a full line of polymer arresters for confirmed in a series of performance tests which
distribution voltages. The newest in the line, the include tracking resistance, contamination, aging, and
PDV-100 Optima, adds all the benefits of a heavy duty seal design.
distribution arrester, combined with a new disconnector
which improves system reliability and increases TOV The PDV/PVR arresters can be used with all standard
capability. The PVR targets cable applications where mounting arms and brackets. They come with all
low discharge voltages promote longer cable life. the necessary fasteners, isolators, and terminal
The PDV-65 is our normal duty arrester offering cost attachments. A specially designed glass-filled polyester
effective protection. insulating bracket, with integrated disconnector, along
with optional mounting brackets such as the cross arm
The PDV-100 Optima joins an impressive list of or transformer bracket, enable mounting the arrester
advances that Ohio Brass has brought to arrester in a way which best suits each individual customer.
technology since it began making arresters in 1950. Below is a typical cross section view of one of our
Improvements in design, such as the Optima have distribution type arresters.
increased protective margins and durability. More
important in terms of dollars and service reliability, Ohio
Brass arresters have generated substantial savings for
Cutaway View of Typical PDV/PVR Unit
utilities. On the following pages are additional benefits
and capabilities of our arresters.

Stainless Steel
Terminal Stud
Benefits of the NEW PDV-100 Optima
Improved Isolator Reliability Stainless Steel Cap

Patented Isolator Design Good Down to One Amp


Operation
Saves Utilities Money and Improves System Reliability Alloy ESP Rubber Housing
New Universal Protective Cap
Metal Oxide Varistor
Higher 60 Hz TOV Capability
Field Proven Sealing System Belleville Washer

Epoxy-Fiberglass Wrap

Metal Oxide Varistor

Live Silicone Interface

End Terminal

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Tests Verify PDV/PVR Arrester Design PDV-100 Optima Design Improvements


Full Scale Fault Current Tests
The new Ohio Brass PDV-100 Optima incorporates a
Short circuit design tests were performed on PDV65, PDV100 redesigned disconnector and a new line end protective cap.
Optima, and PVR arresters in accordance with Section 8.18 Both of these are aimed at improving the overall system
of IEEE C62.11-2004 Standard. Eight arresters of each type reliability.
were tested. Per the standard, four samples were tested at
the claimed high current withstand capability. Two of these
samples were assembled with internal fuse wires. The other Improved Disconnector Reliability
two were good arresters which were subjected to an overvolt-
age condition, which failed the arrester (with a weak source). Historically distribution class surge arresters were installed
The arrester was immediately subjected to the claimed high with a ground lead disconnecting device. The purpose
current fault current. Two additional arresters were subjected of this component is to allow a failed (shorted) arrester to
to fault currents approximately half of the claimed high current automatically disconnect from the line. This allowed the
value. The fault current duration for all high current tests was line to quickly be returned to service and also provided a
12 cycles. Finally, two arresters were subjected to a nominal visual indication to crews as to which arrester had failed and
600 amp, 1 second fault current test. All test arresters were needed to be replaced.
17 kV MCOV, the longest single module configuration used
for each arrester type. Tests were performed at full voltage Occasionally under conditions that allowed a low fault
(17 kV rms). current to flow through the arrester - damage will occur
to the disconnectors internal grading resistor. When this
Successful performance was demonstrated when the ep- condition occurs the disconnector will not operate. With the
oxy-fiberglass wrapped arrester modules burned through to introduction of polymer arrester designs this situation was
relieve internal pressures associated with the fault current aggravated since it was nearly impossible to identify a failed
arcing. In all cases, the arrester remained intact, except at the arrester from the ground and the circuit would be locked out.
high current levels which caused polymer housing fragmenta- The PDV-100 Optima design incorporates a patented
tion, which is acceptable. capacitor-graded Optima disconnector into the insulated
The following table summarizes the claimed short circuit bracket attached to the base end of the arrester.
capabilities for the arresters.
The following curve shows that the low current end of
the detonation range for the capacitor-graded Optima
Short Circuit Test Short Circuit Test disconnector has been extended from 20 amps down to 1
Arrester Type Current Arms Duration-Sec. amp. This assures proper disconnector operation even at
PDV 65 15,000 .20 very low fault current levels.
PDV 65 7,500 .20
PDV 65 500 1.0
PDV 100 Optima 20,000 .20
PDV 100 Optima 10,000 .20
PDV 100 Optima 500 1.0
PVR 20,000 .20
PVR 10,000 .20
PVR 500 1.0
PDV/PVR Design Test Report Summary
The PDV-100 Optima and PDV-65 arresters have been tested
in accordance with IEEE Standard C62.11-2004 for metal-ox-
ide surge arresters. There is no standard for PVR arresters so
they were tested per the heavy duty requirement.
The PDV-100 Optima/PVR meet or exceed all the require- Laboratory testing has confirmed that the electrical integrity
ments for heavy-duty distribution arrester designs. The PDV- of the capacitor-graded Optima disconnector is not affected
65 meets or exceeds all requirements for normal duty surge by exposure to prolonged TOV conditions or 100 kA lightning
arresters. duty. In the unlikely event of arrester failure, it does ensure
proper detonation of the disconnector, separating the arrester
The table below summarizes the capabilities of these designs.
ground lead and preventing lockout from occurring.
Heavy Duty
PDV-100 Optima Normal Duty New Universal PDV 100 Optima Protective Cap
Test +Riser Pole PVR PDV-65
High Current- 2 - 100 kA 2 - 65 kA The new Optima line end protective cap is designed for
Short Duration Discharges Discharges single or thru connection lead wires. Each side of the cap
has webbed fingers which prevent accidental contact with the
Low Current 20 - 250A x 2000 20 - 75A x 2000 arrester top end hardware by wildlife.
Long Duration sec Discharges sec Discharges
Duty Cycle 20 - 10 kA 22 - 5 kA
plus 2 - 40 kA Discharges
Discharges
The above is merely a summary of a portion of the design tests
performed on PDV/PVR arresters. Contact your Ohio Brass sales
representative for complete test reports on these two arresters.

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Selection Considerations
NORMALLY RECOMMENDED DYNAVAR PDV/PVR Selection of arrester size is based upon the maximum
MCOV FOR VARIOUS SYSTEM VOLTAGES continuous operating voltage (MCOV) that is applied
System L-L Voltage Arrester MCOV-kV across the arrester in service (line-to-ground). For ar-
kV
Impedance resters on effectively grounded systems, this is normal-
Effectively Grounded ly the maximum line-to-ground voltage -- e.g., 7.65 kV
Grounded and Ungrounded
Nominal Maximum Neutral Circuits Circuits
on a 12.47 kV multi-grounded system. For ungrounded
2.4 2.54 2.55 or impedance-grounded systems, the MCOV should
4.16 4.4 2.55 5.1 be at least 90 percent of maximum phase-to-phase
4.8 5.08 5.1
6.9 7.26 7.65 voltage. Smaller arresters than shown may be used,
12.0 12.7 7.65 12.7 contact your Ohio Brass representative for details.
12.47 13.2 7.65
13.2 13.97 8.4 For convenience, the data shown in this catalog in-
13.8 14.52 8.4 15.3 cludes the traditional duty-cycle voltage rating associ-
20.78 22.0 12.7 22.0
22.86 24.2 15.3 22.0 ated with the MCOV of each arrester.
23.0 24.34 22.0
24.94 26.4 15.3
The selection of the actual type will be primarily gov-
34.5 36.5 22.0 erned by the insulation being protected.

Temporary Overvoltage

MOV arresters by nature are voltage sensitive devices. 100 Optima demonstrates an improved TOV capability.
At normal line to ground voltages, the arrester is en- The capacitance-based isolator as in a PDV-Optima
ergized at its MCOV (Maximum Continuous Operating improves the TOV capability while increasing the reli-
Voltage) and conducts very little current. During distur- ability of disconnector function. The PDV-100 Optima
bances on the system, the arrester can see elevated technology results in a family of TOV curves that are
voltages and therefore higher 60Hz current through the a function of voltage rating of the arrester. Curves for
unit. The magnitude and duration of the system-gener- other ratings can be found in our design test report on-
ated temporary over voltage (TOV) that the arrester line at http://www.hubbellpowersystems.com. Contact
can withstand is best expressed graphically. The two your HPS representative for more information on this
curves on the next page shows the TOV capability ver- new technology.
sus time for OB distribution style arresters. The PDV-

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How to Specify a 7XXX Suffix Hardware Code

Procedure Notes:
(Example) To obtain the 7000 code suffix number for a 10 1. The ground isolator identified in codes 7003, 7004 and
kV duty cycle rated PDV-65 arrester equipped with a line ter- 7005 is an integral part of the insulating base bracket. The
minal, wire clamp, insulating base bracket, NEMA crossarm color for the insulating base bracket/ground lead isolator as-
hanger for a 4 x 5 crossarm and a ground lead isolator with sembly is ANSI-70 gray.
terminal nut, follow this procedure: 2. Code 7030 identifies the insulating base bracket/trans-
former mounting bracket combination. The transformer
Step 1 - The catalog number (page 8) of the basic 10 kV mounting bracket used in code 7030 is Ohio Brass part num-
PDV-65 arrester is 217259. ber 2730664004 ( 8.4 kV MCOV) and 2730254004
Step 2 - The 72XX code in the table below specifies the top ( 10.2 kV MCOV). A drawing of the 273066 bracket is in-
terminal and wire clamp. cluded on page 11 to assist in applying this arrester. Contact
Step 3 - The 7X2X code specifies the insulating base bracket your HPS representative for further information.
and 4 x 5 NEMA crossarm hanger. 3. All terminals are solderless, clamp type, suitable for con-
Step 4 - The 7XX4 code specifies the ground lead isolator, ductor sizes from No. 6 AWG solid to No. 2 AWG stranded.
terminal nut and nut. If the spacing of the mounting holes on mounting brackets
Step 5 - Combine the three suffix digits following the 7 in their listed are not suitable for the intended application, other
correct order gives us the suffix code: 7224. mounting brackets are available and in these cases, the HPS
Step 6 - Order the arrester by complete catalog number sales representative should be consulted.
2172597224.

For all PDV-100 Optima Arresters:


The 73XX code will be the only one with a cap. The 74XX
code is not available since the Optima only has one cap style
which is the newest design.

RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUES FOR


PDV ARRESTER FASTENERS
Recommended
Fastener Tightening Torque
3
8 inch line terminal 20 foot pounds
3
8 inch ground terminal 20 foot pounds
1
2 inch fastener connecting 20 foot pounds
base bracket to crossarm or
transformer sidewall bracket

TABLE A TOP TERMINAL HARDWARE


71XX 72XX 73XX 74XX 75XX 76XX 77XX
3/8 Stud Nut & Wire Nut, Wire Nut, Wire Nut, Wire Flipper Fuse Nut, Wire Clamp,
(No Option) Clamp Clamp & Clamp & Clamp, Assembly 3-Piece
Protective Cap Protective Cap Protective Cap Nut & Wire Protective Cap
(One Slot) (One Hole) (One Slot), & Clamp
18 Wire Lead

TABLE B MOUNTING HARDWARE


7X0X 7X1X 7X2X 7X3X 7X4X 7X5X 7X6X 7X7X
No Bracket Insulated Insulated Insulated Insulated Insulated Metal Base Metal Base
No Isolator Base Bracket Base Bracket Base Bracket Base Bracket Base Bracket Mounting Mounting
with Isolator with Isolator with Isolator and with Isolator with Isolator Strap Strap and
& NEMA 4x5 Transformer and NEMA & NEMA 6x6 NEMA 4x5
X-Arm Bracket Bracket Angle Bracket X-Arm Bracket X-Arm Bracket

TABLE C LOWER TERMINAL HARDWARE


7XX1* 7XX2* 7XX3 7XX4 7XX5 7XX6* 7XX7*
3/8 Stud Nut, Washers Isolator, Nut, Isolator, Nut, Isolator, Nut, Ground Strap, Nut, Washers
(No Option) & Threaded Ground Strap Washer & Protective Cap Nut, Washers & Threaded
Terminal Nut Washer Threaded (2 Slot), Washer & Threaded Terminal Nut
Terminal Nut & Threaded Terminal Nut
Terminal Nut
*Must be ordered in conjunction with codes 7000, 7060 or 7070.

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Electrical Characteristics
Heavy Duty
PDV-100 Optima
Rated Unit 0.5 sec 500 A 8/20 Maximum Discharge Voltage - kV
Voltage MCOV Catalog 10kA Maximum Switching Surge
kV kV Number IR-kV (1)
Maximum IR-kV 1.5 kA
(2)
3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

3 2.55 213703 10.6 7.6 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.9 11.1 13.2
6 5.1 213705 21.3 15.3 15.9 17.0 18.0 19.8 22.3 26.5
9 7.65 213708 31.2 22.4 23.3 24.9 26.4 29.0 32.6 38.8
10 8.4 213709 34.0 24.4 25.4 27.1 28.8 31.6 35.6 42.3
12 10.2 213710 40.4 29.0 30.3 32.3 34.2 37.6 42.3 50.3
15 12.7 213713 51.4 36.9 38.5 41.1 43.5 47.8 53.8 64.0
18 15.3 213715 60.6 43.5 45.4 48.4 51.3 56.4 63.5 75.5
21 17.0 213717 68.3 49.0 51.1 54.5 57.8 63.5 71.4 85.0
24 19.5 213720 81.9 58.8 61.3 65.5 69.3 76.2 85.7 102.0
27 22.0 213722 91.9 65.9 68.8 73.4 77.8 85.5 96.2 114.4
30 24.4 213724 101.1 72.5 75.7 80.7 85.5 94.0 105.8 125.8
36 29.0 213729 121.4 87.0 97.9 97.0 102.7 112.9 127.0 151.1

Normal Duty
DynaVar PDV-65
Rated Unit Cata- 0.5 sec 500 A
8/20 Maximum Discharge Voltage - kV
Voltage MCOV log 5kA Maximum Switching Surge
kV kV Number IR-kV(1) Maximum IR-kV(2) 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

3 2.55 217253 12.5 8.5 9.8 10.3 11.0 12.3 14.3 18.5
6 5.1 217255 25.0 17.0 19.5 20.5 22.0 24.5 28.5 37.0
9 7.65 217258 33.5 23.0 26.0 28.0 30.0 33.0 39.0 50.5
10 8.4 217259 36.0 24.0 27.0 29.5 31.5 36.0 41.5 53.0
12 10.2 217560 42.4 31.3 33.8 36.3 38.5 42.8 49.0 59.7
15 12.7 213263 54.0 39.9 43.1 46.3 49.0 54.4 62.4 76.0
18 15.3 213265 62.8 46.4 50.1 53.8 57.0 63.3 72.6 88.4
21 17.0 213267 68.3 50.5 54.5 58.5 62.0 68.9 79.0 96.1
24 19.5 217570 84.9 62.7 67.7 72.7 77.0 85.5 98.1 119.4
27 22.0 213272 96.4 71.2 76.9 82.6 87.5 97.2 111.5 135.6
30 24.4 213274 105.2 77.7 83.9 90.2 95.5 106.1 121.7 148.0
36 29.0 217579 134.0 92.0 104.0 112.0 120.0 132.0 156.0 202.0

Riser-Pole
DynaVar PVR
Rated 0.5 sec 500 A 8/20 Maximum Discharge Voltage - kV
Voltage MCOV Catalog 10kA Maximum Switching Surge
kV kV Number IR-kV(1) Maximum IR-kV(2) 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

03 02.55 221603 9.9 6.6 7.2 7.8 8.2 9.1 10.4 12.3
06 5.1 221605 20.0 13.3 14.6 15.7 16.6 18.3 21.0 24.8
09 7.65 221608 26.8 17.8 19.5 21.0 22.2 24.5 28.1 33.2
10 8.4 221609 29.5 19.6 21.5 23.1 24.4 27.0 31.0 36.6
12 10.2 221610 35.5 23.6 25.9 27.9 29.4 32.5 37.3 44.0
15 12.7 221613 44.2 29.4 32.2 34.7 36.7 40.5 46.5 54.8
18 15.3 221615 53.4 35.5 38.9 41.9 44.3 48.9 56.1 66.2
21 17.0 221617 60.7 40.3 44.3 47.6 50.3 55.6 63.8 75.3
24 19.5 221620 70.9 47.1 51.7 55.6 58.7 64.9 74.4 87.9
27 22.0 221622 78.6 52.2 57.3 61.7 65.2 72.0 82.6 97.5
30 24.4 221624 88.5 58.7 64.5 69.4 73.3 81.0 92.9 110.0
36 29.0 221629 105.0 69.7 76.5 82.4 87.0 96.1 110.0 130.0
All Ohio Brass Arresters are fully compliant with ansi/ieee C62.11 Standard
(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10-kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 s. This can be used for
coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) Based on a 500A surge of 45-s time to crest.

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Insulation Coordination
These electrical characteristics are used to determine voltage of the surge arrester.
protective margins for insulation levels in use. The effects of faster rates of rise and of reduced insulation
These two figures illustrate a 34.5 kV effectively ground- strength due to aging effects would result in further reduced pro-
ed system, 150 kV BIL, protected with 22 kV MCOV Type tective margins.
PDV arresters. Industry standards recommend minimum margins of 20 percent
Figure 1 shows equipment protected with a PDV-100 for the chopped wave and BIL levels and 15 percent for switching
arrester Catalog Number 213722 and Figure 2 shows surge protection.
the same equipment protected with a PDV-65 arrester
Catalog Number 213272.
The protective margins are calculated using the following Fig. 1
formula: PDV-100
METAL-OXIDE ARRESTER INSULATION COORDINATION
( Arrester
Insulation Level
Discharge Voltage )
- 1 x 100 = % Margin
34.5 kV System

The insulation levels are obtained from the manufacturer


of the equipment being protected. The arrester discharge
voltages are obtained from the table on page 8.
For example, the protective margin for the BIL is deter-
mined by first finding the arrester discharge voltage at Crest Voltage in kV
the impulse current level selected. In this example, the
10 kA discharge current is used as representative of
typical lightning stroke currents discharged through the
arrester. The 10 kA 8/20 discharge voltage of catalog
number 213722 is 85.5 kV. The percent protective mar-
gin using the formula is:

( 85.5
150 kV
kV
- 1) x 100 =75 percent.

The protective margins for other impulse currents are


.1 1 10 100 1000 60Hz 10000
found in a similar fashion. In the case of the PDV-65 ar-
rester, the 10 kA 8/20 discharge voltage of the arrester is Time to Voltage Crest in Microseconds
97.2 kV. This results in a protective margin of 54 percent.
Fig. 2
These examples include many simplifying assumptions.
PDV-65
Not included are the effects of faster rates of current rise
METAL-OXIDE ARRESTER INSULATION COORDINATION
on the discharge voltage, reduced insulation levels due
34.5 kV System
to various factors, and line and ground leads.
For example, if the effect of lead length was included in
the calculations and 1.6 kV per foot of lead length added
to the discharge voltage of the arrester. With two feet of
line lead and two feet of ground lead, 6.4 kV is added to
the published discharge voltage of the arrester. There-
Crest Voltage in kV

fore, the discharge voltage of the PDV-100 is effectively


91.9 kV, resulting in a reduction of protective margin to
63 percent at 10 kA. In the case of the PDV-65 arrester,
the 97.2 kV discharge voltage of the arrester is added to
the 6.4 kV from the leads resulting in equipment seeing
103.6 kV reducing the protective margin to 44.7 percent.
The chopped wave strength of the insulation being pro-
tected is typically coordinated with the .5 sec discharge
voltage of the surge arrester. The heavy duty PDV-100
uses a 10 kA current while the PDV-65 catalog value is
for a 5 kA peak current. .1 1 10 100 1000 60Hz 10000
The switching surge insulation level of the equipment is
Time to Voltage Crest in Microseconds
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Heavy Duty
DynaVar PDV-100 Optima
Mounting Clearance (1) Approx. Net Weights
Leakage Unit with
X Distance Center Center Unit with Insu- Insulating Base
Rated Overall Terminal Line to Line to Unit lating Bracket and
Voltage MCOV Height to Base Center Line Ground Only Base Bracket NEMA Bracket
kV kV inches inches inches inches pounds pounds pounds
3 2.55 6.8 8.5 5 3 1.9 2.9 5.4
6 5.1 7.6 11.3 5.4 3.4 2.3 3.3 5.8
9 7.65 8.7 14.4 6 4 2.8 3.8 6.3
10 8.4 8.7 14.4 6.2 4.2 2.8 3.8 6.3
12 10.2 9.3 17.0 7.5 5.5 3.3 4.3 6.8
15 12.7 11.6 25.2 8.5 6.5 4.6 5.6 8.1
18 15.3 11.6 25.2 9.5 7.5 4.6 5.6 8.1
21 17.0 12.4 28.1 10.0 8.0 5.2 6.2 8.7
24 19.5 15.3 36.5 12.0 10.0 7.0 8.3 10.8
27 22.0 16.4 39.6 13.0 11.0 7.4 8.7 11.3
30 24.4 16.9 42.2 14.0 12.0 7.9 9.2 11.7
36 29.0 19.3 50.4 16.5 14.5 9.0 10.3 12.8

Normal Duty
DynaVar PDV-65
Mounting Clearance (1) Approx. Net Weights
Leakage Unit with
X Distance Center Center Unit with Insu- Insulating Base
Rated Overall Terminal Line to Line to Unit lating Bracket and
Voltage MCOV Height to Base Center Line Ground Only Base Bracket NEMA Bracket
kV kV inches inches inches inches pounds pounds pounds
3 2.55 9.4 15.4 4.8 3 2.6 3.5 6.0
6 5.1 9.4 15.4 5 3.2 2.6 3.5 6.0
9 7.65 9.4 15.4 5.6 3.8 2.6 3.5 6.0
10 8.4 9.4 15.4 5.8 4.1 2.6 3.5 6.0
12 10.2 9.4 15.4 7.5 5.7 5.6 6.7 10.3
15 12.7 12.4 25.0 8.5 6.7 5.6 6.7 10.3
18 15.3 12.4 25.0 9.5 7.7 5.6 6.7 10.3
21 17.0 12.4 25.0 10 8.2 5.6 6.7 10.3
24 19.5 14.7 30.8 12 10.2 8.9 10.0 12.5
27 22.0 17.8 40.4 13 11.2 8.9 10.0 12.5
30 24.4 17.8 40.4 13.6 11.8 8.9 10.0 12.5
36 29.0 20.8 46.2 16.2 14.4 12.2 13.3 15.8

Riser Pole
DynaVar PVR
Mounting Clearance (1) Approx. Net Weights
Leakage Unit with
X Distance Center Center Unit with Insu- Insulating Bracket,
Rated Overall Terminal Line to Line to Unit lating Isolator and
Voltage MCOV Height to Base Center Line Ground Only Base Bracket NEMA Bracket
kV kV inches inches inches inches pounds pounds pounds
3 2.55 7.0 8.0 5.0 3.0 2.3 3.3 5.8
6 5.1 9.4 15.4 5.3 3.3 3.1 4.1 6.6
9 7.65 9.4 15.4 5.8 3.8 3.1 4.1 6.6
10 8.4 9.4 15.4 6.0 4.0 3.1 4.1 6.6
12 10.2 9.4 15.4 7.3 5.3 3.3 4.3 6.8
15 12.7 12.4 26.0 8.3 6.3 4.5 5.5 8.0
18 15.3 12.4 26.0 9.2 7.2 5.1 6.1 8.6
21 17.0 12.4 26.0 9.7 7.7 5.1 6.1 8.6
24 19.5 14.7 30.8 11.6 9.6 6.1 7.4 9.9
27 22.0 21.1 52.0 12.5 10.5 8.3 9.6 12.1
30 24.4 21.1 52.0 13.5 11.5 8.3 9.6 12.1
36 29.0 21.1 52.0 16.0 14.0 9.5 10.8 13.3
(1) Center line to center line is equivalent to phase-to-phase; center line to ground is equivalent to phase-to-ground. These are recommended minimum clearances
only and as such are not intended to take precedence over existing construction codes or specifications.
For appropriate packed weight, add 0.5 lb. per arrester.

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Typical Mounting Configurations and Hardware

PDV-65 PVR
Catalog No. 2172657224 Catalog No. 2216157233

PDV-100 Optima
Catalog No. 2137157314

Standard Mounting Brackets

Transformer Mounting Crossarm Mounting


Part No. 2730664004 Part No. 2734563001

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Duty Cycle (kv) MCOV (kV) Original PDV-100 PDV-100 Optima


3 2.55 217602 213703
6 5.1 217605 213705
9 7.65 217608 213708
10 8.4 217609 213709
12 10.2 213510 213710
15 12.7 213613 213713
18 15.3 213615 213715
21 17 213617 213717
24 19.5 213520 213720
27 22 213622 213722
30 24.4 213624 213724
36 29 213629 213729

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DynaVar

Station Class and Intermediate


Surge Arresters

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Table of Contents
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Page
Introduction..................................................................2
Warranty......................................................................2
Introduction General Arrester Information.......................................3
With the introduction of the station class Type PVN, Arrester Application..................................................3
Ohio Brass has expanded its line of polymer-housed Pressure Relief........................................................3
arresters for distribution, substation and transmission Temporary Overvoltage Capability...........................3
applications. PVN arresters are suitable for applications Polymer Housed Arresters..........................................4
Description...............................................................4
up through 230 kV. The PVI arresters are suitable for
ESP Weathershed Material......................................4
applications up through 138 kV.
Construction.............................................................4
These designs combine the advantages of a polymer Benefits....................................................................4
housing and metal-oxide varistor valve blocks, and of- Seismic Performance...............................................4
fer the benefits of a one piece arrester construction for Key to the Catalog Numbers.......................................5
all voltage ratings. Stacking of individual arrester units PVI Polymer Housed Intermediate Arrester................6
is not required with polymer housings. Protective Characteristics........................................6
Dimensions and Mounting.......................................7
Also available are porcelain and silicone station (Type
PVI Nameplates.......................................................7
VN, SVN and VL) arresters.
PVI Terminals...........................................................8
All DynaVar Intermediate and Station Class Surge Mounting Information...............................................8
Arresters in this catalog comply with ANSI/IEEE PVI-LP Polymer Housed Intermediate Class
Standard C62.11-1999. In addition, they are tested Arresters......................................................................9
to IEC 99-4. Dimensions and Mounting.......................................9
Protective Characteristics......................................10
The Type PVN Station Class Arresters described in this
PVIA Intermediate Class Surge Arresters.................11
publication are protected by patent numbers 4,656,555; Dimensions and Mounting.....................................11
4,899,248; 4,905,118; 5,043,838; 5,138,517; 5,159,159 Protective Characteristics......................................12
and others pending. PVN Polymer Housed Station Arresters....................13
The Type PVI Intermediate Class Arresters described Protective Characteristics......................................13
in this publication are protected by patent numbers Mounting Positions................................................13
4,656,555; 4,899,248; 4,905,118 and others pending. Dimensions and Mounting.....................................14
Grading Rings........................................................14
PVN Terminals.......................................................14
Packaging (PVI/PVN)............................................15
Warranty - Material
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as such
PVN Nameplates...................................................15
term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects in material and Base Mounting Information....................................15
workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim under this warranty. The Crossarm Mounting...............................................15
Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall be the repair or replacement, F.O.B.
factory, at the Company's option, of any product defective under the warranty which is returned
Discharge Counters (PVI/PVN).............................15
to the Company within one year from the date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER Insulating Subbases (PVI/PVN).............................15
EXPRESS OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF Brackets.................................................................16
TRADE OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S
PRODUCTS OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
PVNA Polymer Housed Station Class
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The Company's Surge Arresters.........................................................17
warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company, from the Company's Dimensions and Mounting.....................................17
distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling the Company's product, and is
non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of no force and effect if asserted by any per-
Protective Characteristics......................................18
son other than such first Buyer. This warranty applies only to the use of the product as intended VL and VN Porcelain Housed Station Class
by Seller and does not cover any misapplication or misuse of said product. Arresters....................................................................19
Warranty - Application Introduction............................................................19
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product or Application Guide...................................................19
system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or study. This
applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation, or if it is provided free
Description and Operation.....................................19
of charge. Protective Characteristics......................................20
Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the purchaser. In Nameplates............................................................20
the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., its Dimensions and Mounting.....................................21
liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such analysis or study.
SVN Polymer Housed Arresters................................22
Construction...........................................................22
Catalog Ordering System......................................23
Protective Characteristics......................................25
Nameplates............................................................25
Dimensions and Mounting.....................................26
Discharge Counters...................................................27
Insulating Subbases..............................................27
Arrester Routine & Design Testing.........................28

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General Arrester Information

NORMALLY RECOMMENDED STATION DYNAVAR Pressure Relief


MCOV FOR VARIOUS SYSTEM VOLTAGES Pressure Relief Capability-Symmetrical rms kA
Arrester ANSI Standard Ohio Brass
Arrester MCOV (kV)
Type C62.11 Minimum Demonstrated Values
System Temporarily Ungrounded, VLA* 10
None
L-L Voltage Impedance Grounded or VL* 65
Grounded 40-65
kV Ungrounded Circuits VN* 93
Neutral 40-65
Nominal Maximum Circuits (1) (2) SVN* 40-65 63
PVN** 40-65 80
2.40 2.52 2.55 2.55 2.55
PVNA** 40-65 40
4.16 4.37 2.55 5.1 5.1
PVI** 16.1 60
4.8 5.04 5.1 5.1 5.1
PVI-LP** 16.1 16.1
6.9 7.25 5.1 7.65 7.65
PVIA** 16.1 16.1
8.32 8.74 5.1 7.65 8.4
12 12.6 7.65 10.2 12.7 * Rating for initial venting only.
12.47 13.1 7.65 12.7 12.7 ** Polymer arresters will survive multiple venting operations.
13.2 13.9 8.4 12.7 12.7
13.8 14.5 8.4 12.7 15.3 All DynaVar station-intermediate arresters exceed pressure
20.78 21.8 12.7 19.5 22 relief requirements of ANSI C62.11.
22.86 24 15.3 19.5 22
23 24.2 15.3 19.5 22 Energy Capability
24.94 26.2 15.3 22 24 Kilojoules per kV of MCOV
34.5 36.2 22 29 36 Max. Energy Discharge
46 48.3 29 39 48 Type Capability kJ/kV - MCOV
69 72.5 42 57 70 PVIA 3.6 (1)
115 121 70 98 115
PVNA, PVI, PVI-LP 6.0 (2)
138 145 84 115 131
161 169 98 140 152 PVN 9.0 (3)
230 242 140 209 220 VL/VLA 9.0 (3)
345 362 209 VN 13.0 (4)
400 420 245 SVN 13.0 (4)
(1) For currents .4 or less
(1) For normal duty. Line-to-ground fault up to 30 minutes. (2) For currents .65kA or less
(2) For severe duty. Line-to-ground fault up to 2,000 hours. (3) For currents 1.00kA or less
(4) For currents 1.5 kA or less

Arrester Application Switching surge capability of DynaVar arresters is expressed


The DynaVar arrester is described by its maximum continu- in terms of dissipated energy.
ous line-to-ground operating voltage (MCOV). The arresters These capabilities assume a two shot energy discharge takes
most important application criterion is the maximum voltage place within one minute.
which can be continuously applied. The indicated current levels are not an arrester limitation, but
For effectively grounded neutral systems, any DynaVar ar- are related to the indicated energy capability.
rester with MCOV equal to maximum line-to-neutral kV is the Calculations based on the conservative assumption that the
normal application. For example, a 138 kV system usually entire line length is charged to maximum surge voltage are
has a maximum line-to-line continuous voltage of 145 kV rms. easily made, and the values obtained seldom exceed the
145 kV divided by 3 gives 84 kV line-to-ground voltage. The considerable energy capability of the DynaVar arrester.
appropriate DynaVar arrester for this application is the Dyna-
Var 84, with MCOV of 84 kV. Temporary Overvoltage Capability
For ungrounded or impedance grounded systems, the gap- DynaVar arresters are gapless and consist of a column of metal-
less DynaVar arresters temporary overvoltage capability is oxide blocks connected between line and ground. The blocks
used. For applications where a ground fault is expected to be can withstand a significant power frequency overvoltage for a
removed within 30 minutes, the minimum MCOV is maximum limited time, depending on the magnitude of any immediately
system line-to-line voltage divided by 1.25. For extended preceding surge duty. This duty can be the result of switching
operation under ground fault conditions up to 2,000 hours but surges on higher voltage lines, or from other sources. The energy
not to exceed five percent of service life, the minimum MCOV discharge capability is found in the above table.
is maximum system line-to-line voltage divided by 1.11. All of the TOV curves are available in the Design Test Reports
DynaVar arresters are designed to be used where average which are listed on page 30-29. The Design Test Reports are
ambient temperature does not exceed 40C (104F) and the available on our web site www.hubbellpowersystems. com or
daily maximum temperature does not exceed 60C (140F). by calling an Ohio Brass representative. The temporary over-
voltage capability can be determined from this curve. The prior
duty curve of this table is based upon absorption of rated energy
immediately preceding application of the overvoltage.

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Polymer Housed Arresters (Type PVI and PVN)


Description Benefits
The Type PVI & PVN arresters contain the same high-qual- The PVI and PVN arresters have many additional benefits
ity metal-oxide varistors used in other Ohio Brass DynaVar that are included with the polymer housing.
arresters which have operated successfully since 1981. A PVI or PVN arrester unit are less than half the weight
They have all the MOV advantages such as high temporary of an equivalent porcelain-housed arrester. This makes
overvoltage capability, contamination resistance, improved transportation, handling and installation much easier.
surge-duty capability and excellent protective characteristics.
All voltage ratings are of single unit design. Field assembly
In the unlikely event of arrester failure, violent fragmenta- of stacked units is not required.
tion of porcelain is eliminated. Instead, the higher available
With a reduced diameter of energized line terminal and
fault currents may cause splits or tears in the polymer rubber
grading rings, the PVI and PVN arresters reduce space
housing while the internal fiberglass wrap restrains the valve
requirements.
elements.
The polymer housing makes the PVI and PVN arresters
Weight is greatly reduced compared to conventional porce-
much safer than porcelain arresters.
lain-housed designs. Installation is simplified because with
the reduced weight, a patented, single housing design can be Single-unit, high voltage design provides improved con-
utilized for all arrester voltage ratings. tamination performance over multi-unit designs.
The small diameter line end terminal hardware permits closer Closer spacing Smaller line end casting and smaller
phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground spacings useful in mod- grading rings allow closer phase-to-phase spacing.
ern compact substation designs and on mobile transformer Increased creepage Standard units may fulfill high
applications. creep requirements.
Minimal Internal Atmosphere Will not breathe or leak,
eliminates moisture ingress, a cause of arrester failure.
ESP Weathershed Material SEISMIC PERFORMANCE: All PVI up to 84kV MCOV, and
The arrester housing is made of ESP silicone alloy weather- all PVN up to 115 kV MCOV meet IEEE 693 as of 1997 High
shed material that has been successful in field operations for Performance Level. 3.2 g Time History.
over a decade. The improved ESP housing resists track-
ing from surface leakage currents and the housing contour Top Cap
provides exceptional leakage distance. The housing sections
are mechanically secured to provide a housing suitable for
high pressure hot-washing in locations where contamination
is severe and routine station maintenance includes washing
procedures. Contact Ohio Brass for recommended proce- Fiberglass Wrap
dures. Coated with Silicone
Dielectric Com-
pound
Construction
The housing consists of one or more molded sections which ESP Housing
are mechanically secured into one continuous length for all
arrester voltage ratings. The base of the arrester is equipped
with a factory installed casting which provides the conven-
MOV Element
tional 8.75 inch diameter bolt circle customarily provided with
intermediate and the 10 inch diameter bolt circle for station
class surge arresters.
The varistor column is centered and restrained in alignment
Contact Disc
with tightly woven fiberglass filament strands impregnated
with epoxy resin. The interstices between the stranding are
filled with a silicone dielectric compound so the design is free
of air and moisture. The fiberglass stranding construction pro-
vides fault withstand capability in excess of the requirements
of IEEE/ANSI C62.11-1999.
Ground
End
Casting

Section View of Typical PVI/PVN Arrester

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Key to the Catalog Numbers


Maximum

3 1 XXXX Standard
Arrester
Continuous
Operating
Catalog Voltage MCOV
Polymer Number kV rms
Housed
003 2.55
005 5.10
0 ... Type PVI 008 7.65
1 ... Type PVN 009 8.40
010 10.20
013 12.70
015 15.30

017 17.00
019 19.50
022 22.00
024 24.40
029 29.00
031 31.50
036 36.50

039 39.00
042 42.00
048 48.00
057 57.00
070 70.00
0 ... Small Top, Tripod Base 1 ... Small Top, Small Base 076 76.00
(vertical mounting only) 084 84.00
088 88.00*
098 98.00*
106 106.00*
115 115.00*
*Available in PVN only.

2 ... Tripod Top, Small Base 3 ... Tripod Top, Tripod Base
(underhung)

4 ... Spade Top, 5 ... Tripod Top,


Tripod Base Spade Base
(only available (underhung)
with Type PVN) only available
with Type PVN

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Type PVI Polymer Housed Intermediate Class Arrester


Protective Characteristics
Arrester Ratings Maximum
Maximum Maximum Switching Maximum Discharge Voltage
Standard Duty Continuous 0.5s Surge Using an 8/20
Arrester Cycle Operating Discharge Protective Current Wave-kV
Catalog Rating Voltage Voltage Level
Type Number kV rms kV rms kV (1) kV (2) 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
PVI 300003 3 2.55 8.6 6.4 6.8 7.2 7.5 8.1 9.0 10.1
PVI 300005 6 5.1 17.1 12.7 13.6 14.4 15.0 16.2 17.9 20.2
PVI 300008 9 7.65 25.8 19.1 20.5 21.6 22.6 24.4 27.0 30.4
PVI 300009 10 8.4 28.4 21.1 22.6 23.8 24.9 26.9 29.8 33.5
PVI 300010 12 10.2 34.1 25.3 27.1 28.6 29.9 32.3 35.8 40.3
PVI 300013 15 12.7 42.9 31.8 34.1 36.0 37.6 40.6 44.9 50.6
PVI 300015 18 15.3 51.6 38.3 40.9 43.2 45.2 48.8 54.0 60.9
PVI 300017 21 17 56.9 42.2 45.1 47.7 49.9 53.8 59.6 67.1
PVI 300019 24 19.5 68.3 50.6 54.2 57.2 59.9 64.6 71.5 80.6
PVI 300022 27 22 77.4 57.4 61.4 64.9 67.9 73.2 81.0 91.3
PVI 300024 30 24.4 85.3 63.3 67.7 71.5 74.8 80.7 89.3 101.0
PVI 300029 36 29 100.0 73.9 79.0 83.5 87.3 94.2 104.0 117.0
PVI 300031 39 31.5 108.4 80.4 86.1 90.9 95.1 102.6 113.6 127.9
PVI 300036 45 36.5 125.1 92.8 99.3 104.9 109.8 118.4 131.1 147.6
PVI 300039 48 39 130.9 97.1 103.9 109.7 114.8 123.8 137.0 154.4
PVI 300042 54 42 148.0 109.8 117.5 124.0 129.8 140.0 155.0 174.6
PVI 300048 60 48 170.6 126.5 135.4 143.0 149.6 161.4 178.7 201.0
PVI 300057 72 57 199.0 147.7 158.1 166.9 174.6 188.4 209.0 235.0
PVI 300070 90 70 250.0 185.7 198.7 209.8 219.5 236.8 262.0 295.0
PVI 300076 96 76 261.7 194.1 207.7 219.4 229.5 247.6 274.1 308.8
PVI 300084 108 84 296.0 219.5 234.9 248.1 259.6 280.0 310.0 349.2
PVI 300088 108 88 296.0 219.5 234.9 248.1 259.6 280.0 310.0 349.2
PVI 300098 120 98 327.7 243.0 260.1 274.7 287.4 310.0 343.2 386.6
PVI 300106 132 106 375.2 278.3 297.8 314.5 329.1 355.0 393.0 443.0
PVI 300115 144 115 392.0 290.9 311.3 328.7 343.9 371.0 411.0 463.0

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10-kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 s. This can be used for
coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) Based on a 500A surge of 45-s time to crest.

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Type PVI Polymer Housed Intermediate Class Arrester


Dimensions and Mounting
Arrester Ratings Minimum Mounting
Maximum Spacing on center
Standard Duty Continuous Phase to
Arrester Cycle Operating X Leakage Phase Phase to Net
Catalog Rating Voltage Figure Dimension Distance (in-line) Ground Weight
Type Number kV rms kV rms Number (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Pounds)
PVI 300003 3 2.55 1 9.5 19 9.5 5.5 11
PVI 300005 6 5.1 1 9.5 19 9.5 5.5 12
PVI 300008 9 7.65 1 9.5 19 9.5 5.5 12
PVI 300009 10 8.4 1 9.5 19 9.5 5.5 12
PVI 300010 12 10.2 1 9.5 19 9.5 5.5 12
PVI 300013 15 12.7 1 12.0 26 9.5 5.5 15
PVI 300015 18 15.3 1 12.0 26 9.5 5.8 15
PVI 300017 21 17 1 12.0 26 9.5 6.8 15
PVI 300019 24 19.5 1 17.5 40 9.5 7.8 20
PVI 300022 27 22 1 17.5 40 10.5 8.8 20 FIGURE 1
PVI 300024 30 24.4 1 17.5 40 10.5 8.8 21
PVI 300029 36 29 1 17.5 40 12.5 10.8 21
PVI 300031 39 31.5 1 22.8 54 13.5 11.8 26
PVI 300036 45 36.5 1 22.8 54 15.5 13.8 27
PVI 300039 48 39 1 22.8 54 16.5 14.8 27
PVI 300042 54 42 1 22.8 54 18.5 16.8 28
PVI 300048 60 48 1 33.2 81 20.5 18.8 38
PVI 300057 72 57 1 33.2 81 23.5 21.8 39
PVI 300070 90 70 2 44.0 109 40.0 33.0 52
PVI 300076 96 76 2 44.0 109 42.0 35.0 53
PVI 300084 108 84 2 44.0 109 46.0 39.0 54
PVI 300088 108 88 2 44.0 109 46.0 39.0 54
PVI 300098 120 98 2 66.5 162 51.0 44.0 67.5
PVI 300106 132 106 2 66.5 162 55.0 47.0 67.5
PVI 300115 144 115 2 66.5 162 58.0 50.0 67.5

For standard terminals shown in Figure 1 and 2 (page 30-8) and standard package, order suffix
code 3001. For non-standard requirements contact your Ohio Brass representative.
FIGURE 2

PVI Namplates
Each arrester is identified with a nameplate attached to the Grading Rings
line end casting. Rings are required on arresters 70 kV
MCOV and above.
These nameplates display the maximum continuous operat-
ing voltage rating, the duty cycle voltage rating, the pressure Diameter Drop
kV - MCOV (Inches) (B) (Inches) (A)
relief current rating, the catalog number and the year of the
70 - 88 14 4.8
manufacture.
98 - 115 16.5 9

Minimum clearances are based


on arrester protective levels
and should be increased when
necessary to meet local require-
ments for spacing of energized
equipment.

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PVI Terminals
Standard line and ground terminals will accommodate conductor sizes from 1/4 inch to 13/16
inch diameter (.25 - .81 inch diameter). The terminals are of hot-dip galvanized malleable
iron, compatible with either aluminum or copper.

Standard Line terminal Number 71874 Standard Ground terminal Number 71874.

Terminal Number 273373 is not regularly


furnished, but is available on order. Connector Number 271414 used with
NOTE: Use suffix code 3002 to order, all terminal combinations. Range of
i.e., 3000033002. conductor sizes .25 to .81 inch.
Base Mounting Information
The end casting is furnished with three
holes 120 on 8.75 inch diameter bolt Attachment Lug
Bolt Bolt
circle. These mounting holes are 0.56 Circle Size Thickness Hole Size
inch diameter to accommodate 1/2 inch (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches)
bolts. (Mounting bolts and washers are
8.75 0.5 0.75 0.56
not provided with the arrester.)

Mounting Positions
Type PVI arresters may be mounted vertically, horizontally or
underhung, provided the cantilever moment is not excessive.
(PVI 98, 106, 115kV MCOV arresters are designed for vertical
mounting only.) Underhung mounting requires factory assem-
bly of the base mounting hardware at the top of the arrester.
Use catalog number series 3020XX3001.
The rated (ultimate) cantilever moments of Type PVI arrester
with the tripod base is 10,000 in-lbs and the maximum work-
ing moment is 5,000 in-lbs. For the small base, the maximum
working moment is 3,000 in-lbs.
For horizontal mounting, the residual cantilever loads are
given below. They already take into account the reasonable
worst case loading consisting of 120 m.p.h. wind and the
weight of the arrester and represent the maximum residual
load that can be applied to the horizontal arrester without Crossarm Mounting
exceeding its maximum cantilever working load. Type PVI arresters can be
Residual Cantilever Load-Lbs. easily mounted on a NEMA
crossarm bracket, by using
Horizontal Mounting PVI catalog #3010XX3011 (avail-
Cat. No. 300XXX
kV - MCOV Cat. No. 302XXX able through 42 kV MCOV).
2.55 - 10.2 467
12.7 - 17.0 317
19.5 - 29.0 274
31.5 - 42.0 203
48.0 - 57.0 127
70.0 - 84.0 74

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PVI-LP
Polymer Housed
Intermediate Class Arrester
.56 DIA - 4 HOLES
1.75

2.19
3.6 1.75

Clamp Type Line Clamp Type Line


& Ground Terminals & Ground Terminals
Suitable for use with Suitable for use with
CU or AL Conductor CU or AL Conductor
.25 to .81 Dia. .25 to .81 Dia.

[X] [X]
4.3 DIA 4.3 DIA

.75 .75 NAMEPLATE


NAMEPLATE

Figure 1 PVI-LP with Eye-bolt Line Terminal Figure 2 PVI-LP with four-hole NEMA Pad Line Terminal

PVI-LP Terminals:
Standard line and ground terminal and standard domestic packaging: use code3001 (Example: 3008XX3001, Figure 1)
Four hole NEMA line terminal, standard ground terminal and domestic packaging: use code 3002 (Example: 3008XX3002, Figure 2))

Other options: For underhung mounting: use catalog number 3028XX3001 or 3028XX3002.

Dimensions and Mounting


Minimum Mounting
Standardster
Spacing on Center
Type Catalog MCOV X Leakage Net
(inches)
Number Dimension Distance Weight
(inches) (inches) (pounds)
Ph-Ph Ph-Grd
PVI-LP 300803 2.55 6.8 15.4 4.4 3.3 6.2
PVI-LP 300805 5.1 6.8 15.4 4.6 3.2 6.2
PVI-LP 300808 7.65 6.8 15.4 4.7 3.3 6.2
PVI-LP 300809 8.4 6.8 15.4 4.9 3.5 6.2
PVI-LP 300610 10.2 6.8 15.4 4.9 3.5 6.2
PVI-LP 300813 12.7 12.2 30.8 6.2 4.8 10.0
PVI-LP 300815 15.3 12.2 30.8 6.6 5.2 10.0
PVI-LP 300817 17.0 12.2 30.8 7.6 6.2 10;0
PVI-LP 300620 19.5 12.2 30.8 7.6 6.2 10;0
PVI-LP 300822 22.0 17.6 46.2 9.6 8.2 13.5
PVI-LP 300824 24.4 17.6 46.2 9.8 8.4 13.5
PVI-LP 300629 29.0 17.6 46.2 9.8 8.4 13.5
PVI-LP 300831 31.5 23.0 61.6 12.8 11.4 17;0
PVI-LP 300636 36.5 23.0 61.6 12.8 11.4 17;0
PVI-LP 300639 39.0 23.0 61.6 12.8 11.4 17;0
PVI-LP 300642 42.0 28.4 77.0 15.8 14.4 19.6
PVI-LP 300648 48.0 28.4 77.0 15.8 14.4 19.6
PVI-LP 300657 57.0 33.8 92.4 19.8 18.4 23.1

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PVI-LP
Polymer Housed
Intermediate Class Arrester
Base Mounting Information:
The end casting is furnished with three slots suitable for use on either 8.75" or 10" diameter bolt circle. Mounting hardware is not
furnished with the arrester.

Bolt Attachment Lug


Size Thickness Slot Width
(Inches) (Inches) (Inches)
0.5 0.75 0.56

Protective Characteristics
Maximum Maximum Maximum
Maximum Discharge
Standard Duty Continuous 0.5s Switching
Voltage Using an
Arrester Cycle Operating Discharge Surge
8/20 Current Wave-kV
Catalog Rating Voltage Voltage Protective
Number Level
kV rms kV rms kV (1) kV (2) 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA
300803 3 2.55 8.6 6.4 6.8 7.2 7.5 8.1 9.0 10.1
300805 6 5.1 17.1 12.7 13.6 14.4 15.0 16.2 17.9 20.2
300808 9 7.65 25.8 19.1 20.5 21.6 22.6 24.4 27.0 30.4
300809 10 8.4 28.4 21.1 22.6 23.8 24.9 26.9 29.8 33.5
300610 12 10.2 34.1 25.3 27.1 28.6 29.9 32.3 35.8 40.3
300813 15 12.7 42.9 31.8 34.1 36.0 37.6 40.6 44.9 50.6
300815 18 15.3 51.6 38.3 40.9 43.2 45.2 48.8 54.0 60.9
300817 21 17.0 56.9 42.2 45.1 47.7 49.9 53.8 59.6 67.1
300620 24 19.5 68.3 50.6 54.2 57.2 59.9 64.6 71.5 80.6
300822 27 22.0 77.4 57.4 61.4 64.9 67.9 73.2 81.0 91.3
300824 30 24.4 85.3 63.3 67.7 71.5 74.8 80.7 89.3 101.0
300629 36 29.0 102.0 76.0 81.3 85.9 89.8 96.9 107.0 121.0
300831 39 31.5 108.4 80.4 86.1 90.9 95.1 102.6 113.6 127.9
300636 45 36.5 125.1 92.8 99.3 104.9 109.8 118.4 131.1 147.6
300639 48 39.0 136.6 101.3 108.4 114.5 119.8 129.2 143.0 161.1
300642 54 42.0 147.9 109.7 117.4 125.0 129.7 139.9 154.9 174.5
300648 60 48.0 165.0 122.4 131.0 138.3 144.7 156.1 172.8 195.0
300657 72 57.0 199.0 147.7 158.1 166.9 174.6 188.4 209.0 235.0

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10-kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 microsecond.
This can be used for coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) 500A surge of 45-microsecond-time to crest.

Pressure Relief Capability-Symmetrical rms kA: 16.1 (Minimum required by ANSI C62.11)
Energy Capability: 5.1kJ/kV MCOV, based on 2 transmission line discharges.
Cantilever Strength: Maximum working cantilever moment with the tripod base - 2000 inch pounds
Rated ultimate cantilever moment with the tripod base - 4000 inch pounds

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PVIA
Intermediate Class Surge Arrester
Dimensions and Mounting
Catalog Rating MCOV X Dimension Leakage Net Weight B
Number (kV) (kV) (inches) (inches) (pounds) (inches)

300703 3 2.55 4.5 8 5.1 4.0


300705 6 5.1 6.9 15.4 5.8 4.0
300708 9 7.65 6.9 15.4 5.8 4.0
300709 10 8.4 6.9 15.4 5.8 4.0
300710 12 10.2 6.9 15.4 5.8 4.0
300713 15 12.7 9.9 26 8.8 4.5
300715 18 15.3 9.9 26 8.8 4.5

300717 21 17 9.9 26 8.8 4.5


300720 24 19.5 12.2 30.8 9.1 4.0
300722 27 22 18.6 52 14.8 4.5
300724 30 24.4 18.6 52 14.8 4.5
300729 36 29 18.6 52 14.8 4.5
300731 39 31.5 18.6 52 14.8 4.5
300736 45 36.5 27.1 78 20.8 4.5

300739 48 39 27.1 78 20.8 4.5


300742 54 42 27.1 78 20.8 4.5
300748 60 48 27.1 78 20.8 4.5
300757 72 57 36 104 26.8 4.5

.56 DIA - 4 HOLES


1.75

2.19
3.6 1.75

Clamp Type Line Clamp Type Line


& Ground Terminals & Ground Terminals
Suitable for use with Suitable for use with
CU or AL Conductor CU or AL Conductor
.25 to .81 Dia. .25 to .81 Dia.

[X] [X]
(B) DIA (B) DIA

.75 .75 NAMEPLATE


NAMEPLATE
Figure 1 PVIA with Eye-bolt Line Terminal Figure 2 PVIA with four-hole NEMA Pad Line Terminal

Terminals
Standard line and ground terminals supplied with DynaVar ar- or as a 4-hole NEMA pad with single eye-bolt (Cat. No. suffix
resters will accommodate conductor sizes from .25-inch to .81- 3002) as shown in Fig. 2 (Example: 3007033002). Ground end
inch diameter. The terminals are of hot-dip galvanized ferrous terminals are single eye-bolt, automatically included with either
material, compatible with either aluminum or copper. suffix. Terminals are shipped in a separate bag.
Line end terminals are available either as a single eye-bolt (Cat. Maximum recommended tightening torque to be applied to the
No. suffix 3001) as shown in Fig. 1 (Example 3007033001) line end stud when installing the terminals and the lead is 20
ft-lbs.
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Base Mounting Information:


The end casting is furnished with three slots suitable for use
on either 8.75" or 10" diameter bolt circle. Mounting hardware
is not furnished with the arrester.

Bolt Attachment Lug


Size Thickness Slot Width
(Inches) (Inches) (Inches)
0.5 0.75 0.56

Protective Characteristics
Standard Duty Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum Discharge
Arrester Cycle Continuous 0.5s Switching Voltage Using an
Catalog Rating Operating Discharge Surge 8/20 Current Wave-kV
Type Number Voltage Voltage Protective
Level
kV rms kV rms kV (1) kV (2) 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

VIA
P 300703 3 2.55 9.9 6.6 7.2 7.8 8.2 9.1 10.4 12.3
PVIA 300705 6 5.1 20 13.3 14.6 15.7 16.6 18.4 21 24.8
PVIA 300708 9 7.65 26.8 17.8 19.5 21 22.2 24.5 28.1 33.2
PVIA 300709 10 8.4 29.5 19.6 21.5 23.1 24.4 27 31 36.6
PVIA 300710 12 10.2 35.5 23.6 25.9 27.9 29.4 32.5 37.3 44
PVIA 300713 15 12.7 44.2 29.4 32.2 34.7 36.7 40.5 46.5 54.8
PVIA 300715 18 15.3 53.4 35.5 38.9 41.9 44.3 48.9 56.1 66.2
PVIA 300717 21 17 60.7 40.3 44.3 47.6 50.3 55.6 63.8 75.3
PVIA 300720 24 19.5 70.9 47.1 51.7 55.6 58.7 64.9 74.4 87.9
PVIA 300722 27 22 78.6 52.2 57.3 61.7 65.2 72 82.6 97.5
PVIA 300724 30 24.4 88.5 58.7 64.5 69.4 73.3 81 92.9 110
PVIA 300729 36 29 105 69.7 76.5 82.4 87 96.1 110 130
PVIA 300731 39 31.5 115 76.5 84 90 95 105 120.5 142.5
PVIA 300736 45 36.5 133.5 88.5 97.5 105 110.5 122 140 165.5
PVIA 300739 48 39 142 94.5 103.5 111.5 118 130 149.5 176
PVIA 300742 54 42 160.5 107 117 126 133 147 169 199
PVIA 300748 60 48 175 116 127.5 137.5 145 160 183.5 217
PVIA 300757 72 57 214 142.5 156 168 177.5 196 225 265.5

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10-kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This can be used for
coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) 500A surge of 45-s-time to crest.
Pressure Relief Capability: 16.1 Symmetrical rms kA
Energy Capability: 3.6kJ/kV MCOV
Cantilever Strength: Maximum working cantilever moment - 1200 inch pounds
Rated ultimate cantilever moment - 3000 inch pounds

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Type PVN Polymer Housed Station Class Arrester


Protective Characteristics
Arrester Ratings Maximum
Maximum Maximum Switching Maximum Discharge Voltage
Standard Duty Continuous 0.5s Surge Using an 8/20
Arrester Cycle Operating Discharge Protective Current Wave-kV
Catalog Rating Voltage (MCOV) Voltage Level
Type Number kV rms kV rms kV (1) kV (2) 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
PVN 31*003 3 2.55 8.4 6.0 6.4 6.7 7.1 7.6 8.4 9.6
PVN 31*005 6 5.1 16.7 11.9 12.8 13.5 14.1 15.2 16.8 19.1
PVN 31*008 9 7.65 25.0 17.8 19.2 20.2 21.1 22.7 25.1 28.3
PVN 31*009 10 8.4 27.8 19.8 21.4 22.5 23.5 25.3 28.0 31.8
PVN 31*010 12 10.2 33.3 23.7 25.6 26.9 28.1 30.3 33.5 38.1
PVN 31*013 15 12.7 41.7 29.7 32.0 33.7 35.2 37.9 42.0 47.6
PVN 31*015 18 15.3 50.1 35.6 38.4 40.4 42.3 45.5 50.4 57.2
PVN 31*017 21 17 56.3 40.1 43.2 45.5 47.6 51.2 56.7 64.4
PVN 31*019 24 19.5 63.9 45.5 49.1 51.6 54.0 58.1 64.3 73.0
PVN 31*022 27 22 72.9 51.9 56.0 58.9 61.6 66.3 73.4 83.3
PVN 31*024 30 24.4 80.4 57.2 61.7 64.9 67.9 73.1 80.9 91.9
PVN 31*029 36 29 95.9 68.3 73.6 77.4 81.0 87.2 96.5 109.6
PVN 31*031 39 31.5 104.2 74.2 80.0 84.1 88.0 94.7 104.8 119.0
PVN 31*036 45 36.5 120.9 86.1 92.8 97.6 102.1 109.9 121.7 138.1
PVN 31*039 48 39 128.7 91.6 98.8.0 103.9 108.7 117.0 129.5 147.1
PVN 31*042 54 42 144.4 102.8 110.9 116.6 122.0 131.3 145.3 165.0
PVN 31*048 60 48 163.5 116.4 125.5 132.0 138.0 148.6 164.5 186.8
PVN 31*057 72 57 191.8 136.6 147.3 154.9 162.0 174.4 193.1 219.2
PVN 31*070 90 70 241.8 172.1 185.6 195.2 204.2 219.8 243.3 276.3
PVN 31*076 96 76 257.4 183.2 197.6 207.8 217.4 234.0 259.0 294.1
PVN 31*084 108 84 288.9 205.6 221.8 233.2 244.0 262.6 290.7 330.1
PVN 31*088 108 88 288.9 205.6 221.8 233.2 244.0 262.6 290.7 330.1
PVN 31*098 120 98 326.9 241.3 251.0 263.9 276.1 297.2 329.0 373.6
* PVN 31*106 132 106 352 252 270 284 298 317 353 404
PVN 31*115 144 115 386.1 285.0 296.5 311.7 326.1 351.0 388.6 441.2
PVN 31*131 168 131 445 330 343 363 380 409 446 503
PVN 31*140 172 140 455 338 351 372 389 419 457 516
PVN 31*144 180 144 476 354 367 389 407 438 478 539
PVN 31*152 192 152 508 377 391 415 434 467 509 575
PVN 31*180 228 180 604 448 465 493 516 556 607 684
* Designates Change
(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 s. This can be used for co-
ordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) Based on a 500A surge of 45-s time to crest through 88kV MCOV, and 1,000A surge of 45-s time to crest for 98kV MCOV and higher
ratings.
Mounting Positions
Type PVN arresters may be mounted vertically, horizontally or and the weight of the horizontally mounted arrester. Ratings
underhung, provided the cantilever moment is not excessive. above 115 kV MCOV are not recommended for horizontal
Underhung mounting requires factory assembly of the base mounting.
mounting hardware at the top of the arrester. For the correct
catalog number replace third digit of the Catalog Number with
2 or 5. Example: 310042 becomes 312042 or 315042 (See Residual Cantilever Load (lbs.)
page 30-5).
Horizontal Mounting PVN
Because PVN arrester construction is non-rigid, there will be
an observable deflection when cantilever load is applied. Cat. No. 310XXX Cat. No. 314XXX
kV - MCOV Cat. No. 312XXX Cat. No. 315XXX
The rated ultimate cantilever moment of the PVN arrester
with the tripod base is 20,000 inch-lbs. The maximum working 2.55 - 8.4 1100 870
moment for the 2.55-115 kV MCOV is 10,000 inch-lbs. For 10.2 - 15.3 880 690
17 - 24.4 580 490
131 thru 180 kV MCOV with the tripod base, the maximum
29 - 39 425 370
working moment is 5,000 inch-lbs. For the round cap base 290
42 - 48 330
design, the maximum working moment is 3,000 inch-lbs. 175 160
57
For horizontally mounted 2.55 through 115kV MCOV arrest- 70 - 76 150 140
ers the following table summarizes the maximum load that 84 - 98 90 85
can be applied to the top end of the arrester without exceed- 106 - 115 50 45
ing the arresters maximum working load. This calculation
Note: MCOV 84 kV through 180 kV include a grading ring.
assumes a worst case loading consisting of 150 m.p.h. wind

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Dimensions and Mounting


Arrester Ratings Minimum Mounting
31*___ Maximum Spacing on center
Standard Duty Continuous Phase to
Arrester Cycle Operating X Leakage Phase Phase to Net
Catalog Rating Voltage MCOV Dimension Distance (in-line) Ground Weight
Type Number kV rms kV rms (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Pounds)*
PVN 31*003 3 2.55 10.2 23 12.3 7.7 20.3
PVN 31*005 6 5.1 10.2 23 12.3 7.7 20.8
PVN 31*008 9 7.65 10.2 23 12.3 7.7 21.3
PVN 31*009 10 8.4 10.2 23 12.3 7.7 21.6 FIGURE 1
PVN 31*010 12 10.2 12.8 31 12.3 7.7 25.2 310XXX
PVN 31*013 15 12.7 12.8 31 12.3 7.7 25.8
PVN 31*015 18 15.3 12.8 31 12.3 7.7 26.3
PVN 31*017 21 17 18.2 46 12.3 7.7 33.6
PVN 31*019 24 19.5 18.2 46 12.3 8.0 34.2
PVN 31*022 27 22 18.2 46 12.3 8.8 34.7
PVN 31*024 30 24.4 18.2 46 12.3 9.6 35.2
* PVN 31*029 36 29 18.2 46 13.8 11.0 36.5
PVN 31*031 39 31.5 23.5 62 14.6 11.8 43.5
PVN 31*036 45 36.5 23.5 62 16.3 13.5 44.4
PVN 31*039 48 39 23.5 62 17.0 14.2 45.2
PVN 31*042 54 42 28.8 78 18.6 15.8 52.6
PVN 31*048 60 48 28.8 78 20.6 17.8 53.6
* PVN 31*057 72 57 34 92 23.4 20.6 76.7
* PVN 31*070 90 70 44.6 124 27.0 24.5 77.0
* PVN 31*076 96 76 44.6 124 30.5 28.0 80.0
* PVN 31*084 108 84 55.3 156 44.5 36.5 98.9
* PVN 31*088 108 88 55.3 156 44.5 36.5 98.9 FIGURE 2
PVN 31*098 120 98 55.3 156 49.0 41.0 101.0 314XXX
* PVN 31*106 132 106 55.3 156 53.0 45.0 105.0
PVN 31*115 144 115 65.8 186 56.0 48.0 120.1
PVN 31*131 168 131 84.4 234 74.0 60.0 152.0
PVN 31*140 172 140 84.4 234 77.0 63.0 152.0
PVN 31*144 180 144 84.4 234 78.0 64.0 152.0
PVN 31*152 192 152 84.4 234 84.0 70.0 152.0
PVN 31*180 228 180 112.2 312 94.0 80.0 201.0
* Designates Change
Minimum clearances are based on arrester protective levels and should be increased when
necessary to meet local requirements for spacing of energized equipment.
The large energized diameter of the 313XXX requires additional clearance.
Other Configurations (see Figures on page 30-11)
* Catalog 310XXX Small top, tripod base with 10 inch B.C. For upright and horizon-
tal mounting (see Fig. 1) (Dimensional weights as shown.)
* Catalog 311XXX Small diameter line and ground terminals for vertical mounting
FIGURE 3
only (deduct 1 inch and 4 pounds). 314XXX
* Catalog 312XXX Similar to 310XXX for underhung mounting.
* Catalog 313XXX (available through 57 kV MCOV) With 10 inch B.C. at each end Grading Rings
for upright, underhung and horizontal mounting (add 1 inch and 5 pounds). Rings are required on arresters 84 kV
* Catalog 314XXX Integral NEMA pad line terminal and 10 inch B.C. base for up- MCOV and above.
right and horizontal mounting (see Fig. 2 & 3) (add 3.5 inches and 2 pounds).
Diameter Drop
* Catalog 315XXX Similar to 314XXX for underhung mounting.
kV - MCOV (Inches) (B) (Inches) (A)
For standard terminals shown in Figures 1, 2 and 3 and standard packaging, order suffix 84 - 88 14 4.8
code 3001. For non-standard requirements, contact your Ohio Brass representative. 98 - 115 16.5 9
131 - 180 27.9 14.5
PVN Terminals
Standard line and ground terminals will accommodate conductor sizes from 1/4 (.25) inch to 13/16 (0.81) inch diameter. The
terminals are of hot-dip galvanized malleable iron, compatible with either aluminum or copper.

Connector Number 271414 used with


Line terminal Number 71874 Standard Ground terminal all terminal combinations. Range of
(small top only). Number 71874. conductor sizes .25 to .81 inch.

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PVI/PVN Packaging Discharge Counters


Polymer station and intermediate arresters through 98 kV
MCOV are packaged in a cardboard carton. PVN arresters will
be packaged in a crate above 98 kV MCOV. Grading rings are
packaged separately. Maximum weight of largest PVN arrester
is 123 pounds. Maximum weight of largest PVI arresters is 60
pounds.

PVN Nameplates
Each arrester is identified with a nameplate attached to the
bottom or top casting with information required by IEEE/ANSI,
CSA and IEC.
These nameplates display the maximum continuous operating
voltage rating, the duty cycle voltage rating, the pressure relief
current rating, the catalog number, serial number and the year
of manufacture. 245121 245120
Arrester discharge counters can be furnished with or without
a built-in milliammeter which provides a continuous reading
of the grading current. Operation of an arrester discharge
counter and the optional grading current instrument requires
that the arrester base be insulated from the ground.

Insulating Subbases When ordering, each


Catalog Number is a set of
three insulating subbases.

Used on Arresters with small top option.

PVN Crossarm Mounting

Number 2738303001 Number 2730973001


For use with For use with
PVN arresters Type PVI arresters

PVN Base Mounting Information


The end casting is furnished with three holes at 120 on a 10
inch diameter bolt circle. (Mounting bolts and washers are not
provided with the arrester.)

Arrester Bolt Bolt Attachment Lug


MCOV Circle Size Thickness Hole Size
(kV) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches)

3110XX3011 2.55 - 180 10.0 0.50 1.25 0.56


Crossarm Mounting Application available through 48kV

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Station/Intermediate Mounting Brackets


(Bracket is also drilled
for 10-inch bolt circle.)

FOR CROSSARMS:
112" x 412" Min.
4" x 612" Max.

FOR CROSSARMS: (Bracket is also drilled


5" x 412" Min. for 10-inch bolt circle.)
812" x 612" Max.
Number 718643001 Number 900643001
Double crossarm base mounting plate. Maximum arrester Single crossarm mounting bracket. Electrical clearances must
size that may be mounted on this bracket is 39 kV MCOV. be observed. Maximum arrester size that may be mounted on
this bracket is 48 kV MCOV for type PVN and 31.5 kV MCOV
for type PVI. Pipe spacers are included with attachment bolts
to clear channel thickness and permit mounting the arrester
with bracket in an inverted position.
Note: Some users prefer to use a lightweight distribution ar-
(Bracket is also drilled rester bracket as shown on page 30-8 (PVI) and 30-11 (PVN).
for 10-inch bolt circle.)

FOR CROSSARMS:
134" x 412" Min.
412" x 612" Max.

(Bracket is also drilled


for 10-inch bolt circle.)

Number 901063001
Double crossarm mounting bracket. Electrical clearances
must be observed. Maximum arrester size that may be
mounted on this bracket is 48 kV MCOV. Pipe spacers are Number 718653001
included with attachment bolts to clear channel thickness Wall mounting bracket. Electrical clearances must be ob-
and permit mounting the arrester with bracket in an inverted served. Maximum arrester size that may be mounted on this
position. bracket is 57 kV MCOV.
Mounting Brackets for PVI Arresters

Number 968763001 Number 968753001


Pole mounting bracket for single arrester. Maximum arrester Pole mounting bracket for three arresters. Maximum arrester
size that may be mounted on this bracket is 57 kV MCOV. size that may be mounted on this bracket is 57 kV MCOV.
Provides horizontal arrester mounting for armless construc- Provides horizontal arrester mounting for armless construc-
tion and cable riser poles. tion and cable riser poles.

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PVNA
Polymer Housed Station Class Surge Arrester
Dimensions and Mounting
X Leakage Minimum Mounting Net
Catalog MCOV Dimension Distance Spacing on Center (in.) Weight
Type Number (kV) Figure (inches) (inches) Ph-Ph Ph-Grd (pounds)

PVNA 31*703 2.55 1 6.9 15.4 4.4 3.3 6.7


PVNA 31*705 5.1 1 6.9 15.4 4.6 3.2 6.7
PVNA 31*708 7.65 1 6.9 15.4 4.7 3.3 6.7
PVNA 31*709 8.4 1 6.9 15.4 4.9 3.5 6.7
PVNA 31*710 10.2 1 6.9 15.4 5.6 4.2 6.7
PVNA 31*713 12.7 1 12.2 30.8 6.2 4.8 10.4
PVNA 31*715 15.3 1 12.2 30.8 6.6 5.2 10.4
PVNA 31*717 17 1 12.2 30.8 7.6 6.2 10.4
PVNA 31*720 19.5 1 12.2 30.8 8.6 7.2 10.4
PVNA 31*722 22 1 17.6 46.2 9.6 8.2 14.1
PVNA 31*724 24.4 1 17.6 46.2 9.8 8.4 14.1
PVNA 31*729 29 1 17.6 46.2 11.8 10.4 14.1
PVNA 31*731 31.5 1 23.0 61.6 12.8 11.4 17.8
PVNA 31*736 36.5 1 23.0 61.6 14.8 13.4 17.8
PVNA 31*739 39 1 23.0 61.6 15.8 14.4 17.8
PVNA 31*742 42 1 28.4 77.0 17.8 16.4 21.5
PVNA 31*748 48 1 28.4 77.0 19.8 18.4 21.5
PVNA 31*757 57 1 33.8 92.4 22.8 21.4 25.2

.56 DIA - 4 HOLES


1.75

2.19
3.6 1.75

Clamp Type Line Clamp Type Line


& Ground Terminals & Ground Terminals
Suitable for use with Suitable for use with
CU or AL Conductor CU or AL Conductor
.25 to .81 Dia. .25 to .81 Dia.

[X] [X]
4.3 DIA 4.3 DIA

.75 .75 NAMEPLATE


NAMEPLATE

Figure 1 Figure 2
Mounting Configurations: PVNA Terminals:
The third digit designates the mounting configuration. For upright Standard line and ground terminals are included with the arrester
mounting small top and tripod base, order catalog numbers series and will accommodate conductor sizes from 1/4 (.25) inch to
3107XX3001 (Figure 1). If a four-hole terminal pad is required, 13/16 (.81) inch. The terminals are hot dipped galvanized mal-
use catalog number series 3107XX3002 (Figure 2). All PVNA leable iron compatible with either aluminum or copper.
arresters are packaged one per carton. Other hardware options available. Contact your local repre-
For underhung mounting tripod top and small base, order catalog sentative.
number series 3127XX3001.
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PVNA
Polymer Housed Station Class Surge Arrester
Base Mounting Information:
The end casting is furnished with three slots suitable for use on either 8.75" or 10" diameter bolt circle. Mounting hardware is not
furnished with the arrester.

Bolt Attachment Lug


Size Thickness Hole Size
(inches) (inches) (inches)

0.5 0.75 0.56


Cantilever: Rated ultimate cantilever moment is 4,000 inch-pounds.
Continuous cantilever moment is 2,000 inch-pounds.
Energy Capability: 5.1 kJ/kV MCOV
Pressure Relief: 40 kA rms Symmetrical

Protective Characteristics
Standard Duty Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum Discharge
Arrester Cycle Continuous 0.5s Switching Voltage Using an
Catalog Rating Operating Discharge Surge 8/20 Current Wave-kV
Number kV rms Voltage Voltage Protective
kV rms kV (1) Level
kV (2) 1.5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 10 kA 20 kA 40 kA

31*703 3 2.55 8.5 6.3 6.7 7.1 7.4 8 8.9 10


31*705 6 5.1 16.9 12.5 13.4 14.2 14.8 16 17.7 20
31*708 9 7.65 25.3 18.7 20.1 21.2 22.2 23.9 26.5 29.8
31*709 10 8.4 27.6 20.5 21.9 23.1 24.2 26.1 28.9 32.5
31*710 12 10.2 33.5 24.9 26.6 28.1 29.4 31.7 35.1 39.5
31*713 15 12.7 42.2 31.3 33.5 35.4 37 39.9 44.2 49.8
31*715 18 15.3 50.5 37.5 40.1 42.4 44.3 47.8 52.9 59.6
31*717 21 17 55.3 41 43.9 46.3 48.5 52.3 57.9 65.2
31*720 24 19.5 67 49.7 53.2 56.2 58.8 63.4 70.2 79.1
31*722 27 22 75.9 56.3 60.2 63.6 66.6 71.8 79.5 89.5
31*724 30 24.4 82.9 61.5 65.8 69.5 72.7 78.4 86.8 98
31*729 36 29 101 74.6 79.8 84.3 88.2 95.1 105 119
31*731 39 31.5 105.8 78.5 84 88.7 92.8 100.1 110.8 124.8
31*736 45 36.5 122.3 90.7 97.1 102.5 107.3 115.7 128.1 144.3
31*739 48 39 134 99.4 106.4 112.3 117.5 126.8 140.4 158.1
31*742 54 42 144 106.8 114.3 120.7 126.3 136.2 150.8 169.8
31*748 60 48 161.6 119.9 128.3 135.5 141.7 152.9 169.3 191
31*757 72 57 195 144.7 154.9 163.6 171.1 184.6 204 230

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for a 10-kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This can be used for
coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) 500A surge of 45-s-time to crest.

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Type VL and VN Porcelain Housed Station Class Arresters


Introduction Application Guide
For over 30 years, Ohio Brass has been supplying surge For a 12-page Application Guide, request publication EU
arresters to the electric utility industry. Many unique physical 1091-H from your Ohio Brass representative.
and electrical design changes have been introduced for:
achieving more compact arrester dimensions
significantly reducing equipment costs through drastic
reductions in insulation levels
greatly improving protection performance for greater
system reliability.
DynaVar station class arresters, with metal-oxide varistor
design, provide improved operating characteristics over sili-
cone-carbide design arresters. They offer superior protective
capability and durability under natural and system-generated
surge duty.

All VL, VLA & VN DynaVar Station Class Surge Arresters


in this catalog comply with ANSI/IEEE Standard C62.11.

Description and Operation


Maximum Operating Altitudes
DynaVar station arresters can be applied at the altitudes Rated cantilever base moments are as follows:
listed below. For special altitude applications, contact your Type VL..................................................... 70,000 inch-pounds
Ohio Brass representative. Type VN................................................... 150,000 inch-pounds
Maximum recommended working base moment under any
combination of loading conditions is 40 percent of the above
Maximum Operating Altitudes figures. The side force on the top terminal of VLA arresters
Maximum Altitude Above Sea Level should not exceed 100 pounds.
Arrester Type feet meters Subbases are available with cantilever strengths consistent
with arrester strength.
VLA, VL, VN 12,000 3,600

Mechanical Strength
The low silhouette and simple columnar shape of DynaVar
arresters minimize wind resistance. They will withstand winds
as high as 120 m.p.h. with a generous safety factor.
The tallest DynaVar VL/VN arrester will also withstand in
excess of 0.2 g of earthquake shock. As arrester height
decreases at lower voltages, strength improves progressively.
Throughout the range of sizes, this exceeds general station
requirements.
Cantilever Strength
The high cantilever strengths of DynaVar arresters adequate-
ly meet service requirements with generous safety factors for
windstorms or earthquakes. Horizontal force can be estab-
lished by dividing cantilever moment by distance between
base mounting and center of force.

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Porcelain Housed Station Class Arresters


Protective Characteristics
Maximum Maximum Switching
Standard Duty 0.5s Surge Protective Maximum Discharge Voltage
Arrester Cycle Arrester Discharge Level At Classifying Using an 8/20
Catalog Rating MCOV- Voltage Current Levels Current Wave-kV
Type Number kV rms kV rms kV (1) kV (2) 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
VLA 217003 3 2.55 9.1 6.3 6.9 7.2 7.5 8 9 10.3
VLA 217005 6 5.1 17.9 12.4 13.6 14.2 14.8 15.8 17.7 20.3
VLA 217008 9 7.65 26.6 18.4 20.2 21.1 22 23.5 26.4 30.2
VLA 217009 10 8.4 29.3 20.3 22.2 23.3 24.2 25.9 29.1 33.3
VLA 218510 12 10.2 35.5 24.6 26.9 28.2 29.4 31.4 35.2 40.4
VLA 217013 15 12.7 44.2 30.6 33.5 35.1 36.6 39.1 43.9 50.3
VLA 217015 18 15.3 53.3 36.8 40.4 42.3 44.1 47.1 52.8 60.6
VLA 218517 21 17.0 59.1 40.9 44.8 46.9 48.9 52.3 58.7 67.2
VLA 218519 24 19.5 67.8 46.9 51.4 53.8 56.1 60 67.3 77.1
VL 216003 3 2.55 9.1 6.3 6.9 7.2 7.5 8 9 10.3
VL 216005 6 5.1 17.9 12.4 13.6 14.2 14.8 15.8 17.7 20.3
VL 219508 9 7.65 26.6 18.4 20.2 21.1 22 23.5 26.4 30.2
VL 219509 10 8.4 29.3 20.3 22.2 23.3 24.2 25.9 29.1 33.3
VL 219510 12 10.2 35.5 24.6 26.9 28.2 29.4 31.4 35.2 40.4
VL 219513 15 12.7 44.2 30.6 33.5 35.1 36.6 39.1 43.9 50.3
VL 216015 18 15.3 53.3 36.8 40.4 42.3 44.1 47.1 52.8 60.6
VL 219517 21 17 59.1 40.9 44.8 46.9 48.9 52.3 58.7 67.2
VL 219519 24 19.5 67.8 46.9 51.4 53.8 56.1 60 67.3 77.1
VL 216022 27 22 76.5 52.9 58 60.8 63.3 67.7 75.9 87
VL 216024 30 24.4 84.9 58.7 64.3 67.4 70.3 75.1 84.2 96.5
VL 219529 36 29 101 69.7 76.4 80 83.4 89.2 100 115
VL 216031 39 31.5 110 75.8 83 86.9 90.6 96.9 109 125
VL 219536 45 36.5 128 88.3 96.8 102 106 113 127 146
VL 219539 48 39 136 93.8 103 108 113 120 135 155
VN 219542 54 42 135 100 107 112 117 125 136 151
VN 219548 60 48 150 111 119 125 130 139 151 168
VN 219557 72 57 178 132 141 148 154 165 179 199
VN 219570 90 70 225 166 178 187 195 208 226 251
VN 219574 90 74 238 176 188 198 206 220 239 265
VN 219576 96 76 238 176 188 198 206 220 239 265
VN 219584 108 84 269 199 213 224 233 249 270 300
VN 219588 108 88 275 203 218 228 238 254 276 306
VN 217598 120 98 306 235 242 254 265 283 307 341
VN 219606 132 106 332 254 263 276 287 307 333 370
VN 219615 144 115 360 276 285 299 312 333 361 402
VN 219631 168 131 416 319 330 346 360 385 418 464
VN 217740 172 140 438 336 347 363 379 405 439 488
VN 217744 180 144 450 345 357 374 390 416 452 502
VN 217752 192 152 476 365 377 395 412 440 477 531
VN 217780 228 180 568 436 450 472 492 526 570 634
VN 217909 258 209 659 526 522 547 570 609 661 735
VN 217912 264 212 662 528 524 550 573 612 664 738
VN 217920 276 220 687 548 544 570 594 635 689 766
VN 217945 312 245 773 617 612 641 668 714 775 862

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for an impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 s. Discharge currents are 10 kA
for 2.55-245 kV MCOV. This can be used for coordination where front-of-wave sparkover formerly was used.
(2) Discharge voltages are based on a 500A surge of 45 s time to crest through 88 kV MOV and 1,000A surge of 45 s-time to crest
through 180 kV MCOV and 2,000A through 245 kV MCOV.

Nameplates
Each arrester is identified with an arrester nameplate at- nameplate identifies the serial number of the specific unit.
tached to the bottom casting. The arrester nameplate is Standard Configurations
attached to the bottom unit of multiple-unit stacks.
Arrester nameplates display the maximum continuous operat-
ing voltage, duty cycle rating, pressure relief current, serial
and catalog numbers, and stacking sequence if the unit is the
base unit of a multiple stack.
Multiple-unit arresters must be stacked in the order listed on
the base nameplate. (Stacking sequence is also listed on the
arrester crates.)
Multiple-unit arresters are also identified with a unit name- Unit Nameplate Arrester Nameplate
plate attached to the upper casting of each unit. The unit
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Dimensions and
Mounting

Drawing 1 Drawing 2
(Type VLA) (Type VL) Drawing 3
(Type VN)
Minimum Mounting
Maximum Spacing on center
Standard Duty Continuous Minimum Phase to Phase to
Arrester Cycle Operating X Leakage Phase Ground Net
Catalog Rating Voltage Drawing Dimension Distance (in-line Weight
Type Number kV rms kV rms Number (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Pounds)
VLA 217003 3 2.55 1 12 11.1 11 5.5 35
VLA 217005 6 5.1 1 12 11.1 11 5.5 40
VLA 217008 9 7.65 1 12 11.1 11 5.5 40
VLA 217009 10 8.4 1 12 11.1 11 5.5 40
VLA 218510 12 10.2 1 12 11.1 11 6.5 42
VLA 217013 15 12.7 1 16.25 20 11 7.5 50 Drawing 4
VLA 217015 18 15.3 1 16.25 20 11 9 50 (Type VN)
VLA 218517 21 17.0 1 16.25 20 11 9 51
VLA 218519 24 19.5 1 16.25 20 11 9 52
VL 216003 3 2.55 2 19.13 6.2 12 6 65
VL 216005 6 5.1 2 19.13 6.2 12 7 65
VL 219508 9 7.65 2 19.13 6.2 13 7 66
VL 219509 10 8.4 2 19.13 6.2 13 8 66
VL 219510 12 10.2 2 21.13 11.1 14 8.5 72
VL 219513 15 12.7 2 21.13 11.1 14 8.5 73
VL 216015 18 15.3 2 24.13 20 16 9 80
VL 219517 21 17 2 24.13 20 16 9 81
VL 219519 24 19.5 2 24.13 20 17 11 82
VL 216022 27 22 2 28.13 31.7 18 12 90
VL 216024 30 24.4 2 28.13 31.7 18 12 91
VL 219529 36 29 2 28.13 31.7 20 14 93
VL 216031 39 31.5 2 31.88 41 21 14 105 Drawing 5
VL 219536 45 36.5 2 31.88 41 21 15 107 (Type VN)
VL 219539 48 39 2 31.88 41 22 15 109
VN 219542 54 42 3 38.13 60 24 18 180
VN 219548 60 48 3 38.13 60 25 19 185
VN 219557 72 57 3 44.13 80 26 20 220
VN 219570 90 70 3 50.63 101 33 27 250
VN 219574 90 74 3 50.63 101 35 29 260
VN 219576 96 76 3 50.63 101 37 31 265
VN 219584 108 84 3 57.13 122 38 32 280
VN 219588 108 88 3 57.13 122 39 33 285
VN 217598 120 98 3 57.13 122 42 36 290
VN 219606 132 106 4 76.63 140 44 38 395
VN 219615 144 115 4 82.63 160 51 46 425
VN 219631 168 131 4 89.13 181 59 54 465
VN 217740 172 140 5 89.13 181 78 59 475
VN 217744 180 144 5 89.13 181 83 64 480
VN 217752 192 152 5 96.13 202 83 67 515
VN 217780 228 180 5 108.63 244 92 73 590
VN 217909 258 209 6 128.13 262 111 92 700
VN 217912 264 212 6 133.63 282 116 96 725
Drawing 6
VN 217920 276 220 6 133.63 282 120 100 730
(Type VN)
VN 217945 312 245 6 147.13 324 130 110 800

Minimum clearances are based on arrester protective levels and should be increased
See the Dimensions and
when necessary to meet local requirements for spacing of energized equipment. Mounting Table for more
Three units. detailed information.

Grading Rings
Where a grading ring is required (Drawings 5 & 6), it is included in the shipment.

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Polymer Housed Arresters


(Type SVN)

Construction
Hollow Core Design
Silicone Rubber Housing
Same proven sealing
system as used in our
porcelain VL & VN designs
High mechanical strength
High leakage distance
designs available
Same high quality MOV
technology as all other
Ohio Brass arresters

For non-catalog polymer arresters that require higher creepage or special application
please consult your Ohio Brass representative.

Polymer Overview (Type SVN)


Physical
Ultimate Strength
Product Type Housing Material Strength
in-lbs
in-lbs
SVN Silicone 35,000* 70,800
*MDCL Maximum Design Cantilever Load

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SVN
Polymer Housed
Station Class Arrester

Ohio Brass SVN Ordering System:


Use the following selection tables to build the correct Ohio Brass SVN Arresters.

Catalog Ordering System


A B C D E F G H I J K L
S V N G A

Step 1: Enter the Rated Voltage of the Arrester into Cells C through E using Table 1.

Table 1
Rated Rated
C D E C D E
Voltage (kV) Voltage (kV)
54 0 5 4 180 1 8 0
60 0 6 0 192 1 9 2
72 0 7 2 228 2 2 8
90 0 9 0 258 2 5 8
96 0 9 6 264 2 6 4
108 1 0 8 276 2 7 6
120 1 2 0 312 3 1 2
132 1 3 2 396 3 9 6
144 1 4 4 420 4 2 0
168 1 6 8 444 4 4 4

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Step 2: Select the appropriate MCOV from Table 2 that Step 3: Select the appropriate Line and Ground termi-
corresponds with the Rated Voltage selected for C through nals based on the conductor size ranges in Table 3 and
E and fill in Cells H through J. fill in K & L.
Table 2 Table 3
Rated Voltage Line Size Ground Size
MCOV H I J K L
(kV) dia. (in) dia. (in)

54 42 0 4 2 0.32 - 0.78 0.32 - 0.78 A A


60 48 0 4 8 0.32 - 0.78 0.38 - 1.12 A B
72 57 0 5 7 0.32 - 0.78 1 - 1.4 A C
90 70 0 7 0 0.38 - 1.12 0.32 - 0.78 B A
90 74 0 7 4 0.38 - 1.12 0.38 - 1.12 B B
96 76 0 7 6 0.38 - 1.12 1 - 1.4 B C
108 84 0 8 4 1 - 1.4 0.32 - 0.78 C A
108 88 0 8 8
1 - 1.4 0.38 - 1.12 C B
120 98 0 9 8
1 - 1.4 1 - 1.4 C C
132 106 1 0 6
144 115 1 1 5
168 131 1 3 1
172 140 1 4 0
180 144 1 4 4
192 152 1 5 2
228 180 1 8 0
258 209 2 0 9
264 212 2 1 2
276 220 2 2 0
312 245 2 4 5
396 318 3 1 8
420 335 3 3 5
444 353 3 5 3

SVN Catalog Ordering Example


Rated Voltage 54kV
MCOV 42kV
Line & Ground Size - 0.32 - 0.78 inch diameter
Step 1: Fill in C through E
v (SVN054GAxxxxx)
Step 2: Select MCOV
v (SVN054GA042xx)
Step 3: Select Terminals
v (SVN054GA042AA)
Step 4: Order Ohio Brass Catalog Number
v (SVN054GA042AA)

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Hollow Core Silicone Housed Station Class Arresters


Protective Characteristics
Maximum
Maximum Switching Surge
Rated 0.5s Protective Level Maximum Discharge Voltage
Standard Arrester Voltage MCOV
Type Discharge At Classifying Using an 8/20 Current Wave-kV
Catalog Number Voltage(1) Current Levels
kV (2)
kVrms kVrms kV kV 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
SVN SVN054GA042AA 54 42 133 94 103 108 113 121 131 146
SVN SVN060GA048AA 60 48 152 107 118 124 129 138 150 166
SVN SVN072GA057AA 72 57 181 127 140 147 153 164 178 198
SVN SVN090GA070AA 90 70 222 156 172 181 188 201 218 243
SVN SVN090GA074AA 90 74 235 165 182 191 199 213 231 256
SVN SVN096GA076AA 96 76 241 170 187 196 205 218 237 263
SVN SVN108GA084AA 108 84 266 187 207 217 226 241 262 291
SVN SVN108GA088AA 108 88 279 196 217 227 237 253 274 305
SVN SVN120GA098AA 120 98 311 228 241 253 264 282 305 340
SVN SVN132GA106AA 132 106 336 247 261 274 285 305 330 367
SVN SVN144GA115AA 144 115 365 268 283 297 310 330 358 399
SVN SVN168GA131AA 168 131 416 305 323 338 353 376 408 454
SVN SVN172GA140AA 172 140 444 326 345 362 377 402 436 485
SVN SVN180GA144AA 180 144 457 335 355 372 388 414 449 499
SVN SVN192GA152AA 192 152 482 354 374 393 409 437 473 527
SVN SVN228GA180AA 228 180 571 419 443 465 485 517 561 624
SVN SVN258GA209AA 258 209 663 519 515 540 563 601 651 724
SVN SVN264GA212AA 264 212 673 526 522 548 571 609 660 735
SVN SVN276GA220AA 276 220 698 546 542 568 592 632 685 762
SVN SVN312GA245AA 312 245 777 608 603 633 660 704 763 849
SVN SVN396GA318AA 396 318 1009 790 783 821 856 914 991 1102
SVN SVN420GA335AA 420 335 1063 832 825 865 902 963 1043 1161
SVN SVN444GA353AA 444 353 1120 876 869 912 950 1014 1100 1223

(1) Maximum discharge voltage for an impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5 s. Discharge Currents are
10kA for 42-353 kV MCOV. This can be used for coordination where front-of-wave sparkover formerly was used.

(2) Discharge voltages are based on a 500A surge of 45 s time to crest through 88kV MCOV and a 1000A surge of 45 s to crest through
180 kV MCOV and 2000A through 245 kV MCOV.

Nameplates Standard Configurations


Each arrester is identified with an arrester nameplate at-
tached to the bottom casting. The arrester nameplate is
attached to the bottom unit of multiple-unit stacks.
Arrester nameplates display the maximum continuous operat-
ing voltage, duty cycle rating, pressure relief current, serial
and catalog numbers, and stacking sequence if the unit is the
base unit of a multiple stack.
Multiple-unit arresters must be stacked in the order listed on Unit Nameplate Arrester Nameplate
the base nameplate. (Stacking sequence is also listed on the
arrester crates.)
Multiple-unit arresters are also identified with a unit name-
plate attached to the upper casting of each unit. The unit
nameplate identifies the serial number of the specific unit.

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Dimensions and Mounting

Minimum Mounting
Spacing on Center (1)

Maximum Minimum Phase to


Continuous Figure H Leakage Phase Phase to
Standard Arrester Duty Cycle Operating Number Dimension Distance (in-line) Ground Net Weight
Type Catalog Number kV rms Voltage kV rms (Page 23) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Inches) (Pounds)
SVN SVN054GA042AA 54 42 1 38.1 83 17 21 104
SVN SVN060GA048AA 60 48 1 38.1 83 19 23 107
SVN SVN072GA057AA 72 57 1 38.1 83 23 28 112
SVN SVN090GA070AA 90 70 1 44.4 113 28 34 125
SVN SVN090GA074AA 90 74 1 44.4 113 30 36 130
SVN SVN096GA076AA 96 76 1 44.4 113 30 37 128
SVN SVN108GA084AA 108 84 1 52.1 142 34 41 141
SVN SVN108GA088AA 108 88 1 52.1 142 35 42 144
SVN SVN120GA098AA 120 98 1 52.1 142 39 47 149
SVN SVN132GA106AA 132 106 1 58.8 171 42 51 167
SVN SVN144GA115AA 144 115 1 58.8 171 46 55 172
SVN SVN168GA131AA 168 131 2 76.9 196 52 63 231
SVN SVN172GA140AA 172 140 3 76.9 196 63 82 257
SVN SVN180GA144AA 180 144 3 76.9 196 65 84 257
SVN SVN192GA152AA 192 152 3 83.2 225 68 88 262
SVN SVN228GA180AA 228 180 3 90.9 254 79 101 291
SVN SVN258GA209AA 258 209 3 105.3 313 108 150 349
SVN SVN264GA212AA 264 212 3 105.3 313 109 151 351
SVN SVN276GA220AA 276 220 3 105.3 313 102 134 330
SVN SVN312GA245AA 312 245 4 129.7 367 112 146 406
SVN SVN396GA318AA 396 318 4 151.8 455 161 222 539
SVN SVN420GA335AA 420 335 4 158.5 484 168 230 564
SVN SVN444GA353AA 444 353 4 165.2 514 165 218 532

(1) Minimum clearances are based on arrester protective levels and should be increased when necessary to meet local requirements for spac-
ing of energized equipment

Grading Rings
Where a grading ring is required (Figures 3 and 4 on page 23), it is included in the shipment.

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Dimensions and Mounting (continued)


Base Mounting Information
End castings of Types VLA, VL, VN and SVN arresters are
furnished with three holes at 120 degrees on a 10-inch diam-
eter bolt circle. Mounting holes will accommodate 1/2-inch
bolts.
Rated cantilever strength is achieved with 1/2-inch bolts. Connector Number 271414 used with all terminal combinations.
Range of conductor sizes .25 to .81-inch.
Mounting bolts, nuts and washers are not furnished with
DynaVar arresters. Mounting Positions
Attachment Lug DynaVar Types VL, VLA, VN and SVN may be mounted in
Bolt Bolt
Arrester Circle Size Thickness Hole Size
upright or, within mechanical limitations, horizontal position.
Type Inches Inches Inches Inches Types VL, VN and SVN may be either base-supported or
top-suspended. Type VLA may be mounted inverted if not
VLA, VL, exposed to the weather. Either end of these types may be
10 1/2 0.63 0.56
VN, SVN electrically connected to line or ground.
Suspension Cap Details
Packing for Shipment
Seen in Drawings 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 All VN and SVN arresters are packed with each porcelain unit
in a separate wooden crate. Most VL and all VLA arresters
are packed with each porcelain unit in a separate cardboard
carton. All packing includes proper labeling for correct as-
sembly upon construction. Stacking bolts when required are
included. Grading rings are packed and shipped separately
with tagging for easy identification. Please contact your Ohio
Brass representative if special packing is required.

Discharge Counters
Catalog No. 272087
Suspension cap for Type VL, VN and SVN arresters. This cap
is the standard normally furnished on VL, VN and SVN ship-
ments.
Terminals
Line and ground terminals for conductors from .25 to .81-
inch diameter are supplied with DynaVar arresters. These
terminals are made from hot-dip galvanized malleable iron, 245121 245120
compatible with either aluminum or copper. The arrangement Arrester discharge counters can be furnished with or without
of mounting terminals on arresters makes it possible to align a built-in milliammeter which provides a continuous reading
them in any direction to accommodate the angle of the incom- of the grading current. Operation of an arrester discharge
ing lead wire. counter and the optional grading current instrument requires
Contact your Ohio Brass representative for quotation where that the arrester base be insulated from the ground. Insulating
conductor size exceeds standard terminal capacity. subbases are required to mount the discharge counter.

Number 2730973001
For use with Type VLA and VL arresters.
Terminal Number 71874 used for both line and ground con-
nection of VLA and ground of VL, VN and SVN arresters. Note
figure above shows typical ground configuration.

Note: For standard terminals and standard pack-


age, order suffix 3001 for VL/VLA and suffix 5001
for VN. For non-standard requirements, contact
your Ohio Brass representative. For SVN, order Number 2721453076
end the Catalog number with AA. For use with Type VN and SVN arresters.

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Arrester Routine Factory Testing


After assembly operations, the arresters are 100 percent
tested as follows:
Starting Voltage The voltage necessary to produce 1 mA
peak resistive current is measured. For example, an accept-
able range for a 48 kV MCOV rated VN station class arrester
is 55.2 - 62.4 kV rms.
Internal Ionization RIV must be equal to or less than
10-microvolts above background with an applied voltage of
1.05 times MCOV and less than 50-microvolts with an applied
voltage of 1.25 times MCOV.
Grading Current Grading current is measured at MCOV.
The acceptable peak current range is as follows:
-- Type VN and SVN: 1.35 .25 mA
-- Type VL: .97 .16 mA
-- Type PVI: .60 .15 mA
-- PVN: .93 .15 mA
The above testing procedure indicates our diligence in pro-
ducing high quality metal-oxide arresters.

Fully assembled DynaVar standard poly-


mer-housed station arrester (left) undergoes
Complete Design Test Reports are Available. routine electrical testing prior to shipment.

Arrester Report Number

Type PVN EU1295-H

Type PVNA EU1502-H



Type PVI EU1250-H

Type PVI-LP EU1464-H

Type PVIA EU1498-H-00

Type VL/VLA EU1196-HR

Type VN EU1029-HR-2-00

Type SVN EU-1526-H

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DynaVar
Arresters
IEC Line Discharge
Classes 2, 3, 4 & 5

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E-mail: hpsliterature@hps.hubbell.com

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Table of Contents
Page
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................3
Arrester Application.............................................................................................................................4
Ohio Brass General Arrester Information............................................................................................5
POLYMER HOUSED ARRESTERS (Type PVI-LP and PVN)........................................................... 8
PVI-LP (Class 2)..................................................................................................................................9
PVI-LP Protective Characteristics...................................................................................................9
PVI-LP Physical Characteristics......................................................................................................9
PVI-LP Ordering System...............................................................................................................10
PVI-LP Mounting Arrangements....................................................................................................11
PVI-LP Terminals...........................................................................................................................11
PVN (Class 3)....................................................................................................................................12
PVN Protective Characteristics.....................................................................................................12
PVN Mounting Arrangements........................................................................................................12
PVN Physical Characteristics........................................................................................................13
PVN Terminals...............................................................................................................................13
PVN Ordering System...................................................................................................................14
POLYMER HOUSED ARRESTERS (Type PH4)............................................................................. 15
PH4 (Class 4)....................................................................................................................................16
PH4 Ordering System....................................................................................................................17
PH4 Protective Characteristics......................................................................................................19
PH4 Physical Characteristics Light & Medium Pollution Levels.................................................20
PH4 Physical Characteristics Heavy & Very Heavy Pollution Levels.........................................22
PORCELAIN HOUSED ARRESTERS (Type H3, H4 & H5)............................................................ 24
Porcelain Ordering System............................................................................................................25
H3 (Class 3)......................................................................................................................................27
H3 Protective Characteristics........................................................................................................28
H3 Physical Characteristics...........................................................................................................29
H4 (Class 4)......................................................................................................................................31
H4 Protective Characteristics........................................................................................................32
H4 Physical Characteristics Light & Medium Pollution Levels...................................................33
H4 Physical Characteristics Heavy & Very Heavy Pollution Levels...........................................35
H5 (Class 5)......................................................................................................................................37
H5 Protective Characteristics........................................................................................................37
H5 Physical Characteristics .........................................................................................................37

Warranty - Material Warranty - Application


Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. warrants all products sold by it to be merchantable (as Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. does not warrant the accuracy of and results from product
such term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) and to be free from defects or system performance recommendations resulting from any engineering analysis or
in material and workmanship. Buyer must notify the Company promptly of any claim study. This applies regardless of whether a charge is made for the recommendation,
under this warranty. The Buyer's exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty shall or if it is provided free of charge.
be the repair or replacement, F.O.B. factory, at the Company's option, of any product
defective under the warranty which is returned to the Company within one year from the Responsibility for selection of the proper product or application rests solely with the
date of shipment. NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR ARISING BY purchaser. In the event of errors or inaccuracies determined to be caused by Hubbell
OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE Power Systems, Inc. , its liability will be limited to the re-performance of any such
IMPLIED, SHALL EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S PRODUCTS analysis or study.
OR ANY SALE OR USE THEREOF. The Company shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profits or any consequential or special damages incurred by Buyer. The
Company's warranty shall run only to the first Buyer of a product from the Company,
from the Company's distributor, or from an original equipment manufacturer reselling
the Company's product, and is non-assignable and non-transferable and shall be of
no force and effect if asserted by any person other than such first Buyer. This warranty
applies only to the use of the product as intended by Seller and does not cover any
misapplication or misuse of said product.

NOTE: Because Hubbell has a policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to change design and specifications without notice.

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Introduction
Ohio Brass has been producing high voltage surge arresters since the 1950s and offers a wide variety of DynaVar
metal oxide gapless arresters designed to protect transformers, switchgear, and other equipment from switching
and lightning surges. These arresters meet or exceed all requirements of the most current IEC standard and can
be selected to match a range of contamination and energy requirements. Table 1 shows the Ohio Brass offerings
included in this catalog.

Table 1: Ohio Brass Catalog Offerings


Line Discharge
Arrester Type Material
Class
PVI-LP 2 Polymer
PVN 3 Polymer
PH4 4 Polymer
H3 3 Porcelain
H4 4 Porcelain
H5 5 Porcelain

Dedication to Quality
Ohio Brass has demonstrated that its Quality Management system is in compliance with ISO 9001:2000 and main-
tains stringent testing controls in accordance with IEC 60099-4 to ensure that the customer receives high quality
with every product. Ohio Brass also performs various Quality Assurance tests on every batch of metal-oxide varistor
(MOV) blocks. The routine and design tests listed below, in addition to highly controlled manufacturing processes,
ensure that Ohio Brass products demonstrate a superior level of quality. Our commitment to quality and continuous
improvement is what the industry expects of its Leader.

MOV Block Routine Tests: Arrester Routine Tests:


Physical Inspection Visual inspections are per- Physical Inspection Every molded rubber part,
formed at several steps of the block manufacturing block, wrap module, brackets and completed unit is
process. visually examined to reject defective products.
Rated Energy Test This procedure confirms the Reference Voltage Test This test measures the
energy capability of each zinc oxide disc element. voltage once a predetermined maximum peak current
Residual Voltage Test Every block undergoes an is reached.
8/20 current wave impulse to verify its V-I character- Partial Discharge Test This test ensures that the
istics. partial discharge level of the arrester does not ex-
Watts Loss Test This test measures the AC watts ceed a level of 10 pC.
loss and capacitive current characteristics of the disc. Residual Voltage Tested on individual discs
Creepage Test As required by standard.

MOV Block Batch QA Tests: Arrester Type Tests:


Square Wave Energy Test Performed on a 5 disc Testing Compliant with IEC 60099-4
sample from each batch, this test is performed to Including:
quantify the batch energy capability. v Insulation withstand tests on housing
High Current Test Each 5 disc sample is subjected v Residual voltage tests
to two high current discharges of the same polarity to v Long-duration current impulse withstand
ensure high current characteristics. v Operating duty tests
A/C Life Test The discs are placed under test con- v Short circuit tests
ditions for a minimum of 250 hours to verify perfor- v Internal partial discharge tests
mance. Design Test Reports are available at:
v www.hubbellpowersystems.com
v Or contact your Hubbell Power Systems Rep.

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Table 2: Normally Recommended DynaVar Arrester Application Example


Arrester UC for Various System Voltages
In grounded neutral circuits, a 110 kV system
System Line-to-Line
Voltage (kV)
Arrester UC (kV) usually has a maximum line-to-line continuous
Temporary
voltage of 115.5 kV rms. This 115.5 kV divided
Ungrounded, by 3 equates to a 66.7 kV line-to-ground
Grounded
Nominal Maximum Neutral
Impedance Grounded
or Ungrounded
voltage. The appropriate DynaVar arrester for
Circuit Circuits this application is an arrester with a Uc of 70 kV
(1) (2) since it is the lowest standard Uc that will meet
2.4 2.52 2.55 2.55 2.55 or exceed the systems 66.kV line-to-ground
4.13 4.37 2.55 5.1 5.1 voltage.
4.8 5.04 5.1 5.1 5.1 For ungrounded or impedance grounded
6.9 7.25 5.1 7.65 7.65 systems, use the following selection guideline
8.32 8.74 5.1 7.65 8.4
to choose the correct DynaVar arrester. For
applications where a ground fault is expected
11 11.55 7.65 10.2 12.7
to be removed within 30 minutes, the minimum
12.47 13.1 7.65 10.2 12.7 Uc threshold is the maximum system line-to-line
13.2 13.9 8.4 12.7 12.7 voltage divided by 1.25.
20.78 21.8 12.7 19.5 22 For extended operation under ground fault
22 23.1 15.3 19.5 22 conditions up to 2,000 hours, the minimum
24.94 26.2 15.3 22 24.4 Uc is the maximum system line-to-line voltage
33 34.7 22 29 36.5
divided by 1.11.
46 48.3 29 39 48 DynaVar arresters are designed to be used
where average ambient temperature does not
69 72.5 42 57 70
exceed 40C (104F) and the daily maximum
110 115.5 70 98 115
temperature does not exceed 60C (140F).
115 121 70 98 115
138 145 84 115 131
For further assistance Ohio Brass application
161 169 98 140 152
engineers are also available to provide
220 231 140 209 220 system specific recommendations for many
230 242 140 209 220 different arrester applications.
330 346.5 209 __ __
345 362 209 __ __
400 420 245 __ __
500 525 318 __ __

(1) For normal duty. Line-to-line fault up to 30 minutes


(2) For severe duty. Line-to-line fault up to 2,000 hours

Arrester Application
The primary factor in determining the most appropriate arrester is its continuous line-to-ground
operating voltage (Uc or COV). When selecting the appropriate DynaVar arrester for an effectively
grounded neutral system, it is desirable to choose an arrester with the lowest Uc that will meet or
exceed the systems line-to-ground voltage. The arrester application example illustrates the selection
process that should be followed to choose the correct arrester for each system voltage.

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Table 3: Energy Capability


Energy Energy
Energy Energy
Nominal Capability Capability
Pressure Capability Capability
Discharge 2-Shot 2-Shot
Type Relief Rating Single Single
Current (1 minute (1 minute
kA (4ms Impulse) (4ms Impulse)
kA Thermal) Thermal)
kJ/kV - Uc kJ/kV - Ur
kJ/kV - Uc kJ/kV - Ur
PVI-LP 10 40 3.4 2.8 6.4 5.1
PVN 10 80 4.9 4.0 9.0 7.2
H3 10 63 5.1 4.1 9.2 7.3
PH3 10 63 5.1 4.1 8.5 6.8
H4 20 63 9.2 7.4 13.3 10.6
PH4 20 63 9.2 7.4 12.9 10.3
H5 20 63 16.6 13.0 19.8 15.8

All Ohio Brass IEC arresters exceed the pressure relief requirements of IEC 60099-4. 2-shot
Energy Capability based on minimum values in IEC Operating Duty test. Actual values typically
higher.

Table 4: Surge Counter Information


Counter Max High Nominal
Creepage Range of mA Max No. Min Count
Catalog Current Residual
Current Meter Reading Counts Current
Number Withstand Voltage
5kV Peak
200A 100 kA
245121 Yes 0 30 999,999 (4/10s wave)
(8/20s wave) (4/10s wave)
@ 100 kA
5kV Peak
200A 100 kA
245120 No N/A 999,999 (4/10s wave)
(8/20s wave) (4/10s wave)
@ 100 kA
4.3kV Peak
200A 100 kA
245169 Yes 0 10 99,999 (4/10s wave)
(8/20s wave) (4/10s wave)
@ 10 kA
Note: Minimum of #6 AWG insulated ground wire required for connection

Table 4 displays surge counter options that can be supplied with or without the meter.

Table 5: Insulating Base Information


Insulating Base
Table 5 shows the insulating bases Product Type Arrester Weight
Catalog Number
Figure
for each Ohio Brass arrester type. PVI-LP All Weights 2730973001 A
Insulating bases are installed on PVN All Weights 2738303001 B
the arrester to ensure the surge is H3, PH3 Less than 218 kg 2730973001 A
diverted through the counter. H4, PH4 Greater than 218 kg 2721453076 C
H5 All Weights 2721453076 C

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Insulating Base Bracket Drawings

Note: Measurements Inches (mm)

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Arrester Temporary Over-Voltage (TOV) Capability

IEC TOV Capability


1.15
Polymer Arresters

1.1

1.05

PH4
1
PVN

PVI-LP
0.95

0.9
1 10 100

Times-Seconds

IEC TOV Capability


1.2
Porcelain Arresters

1.15

H5
1.1

H5
1.05

H3
1 H4

0.95
1 10 100

Times-Seconds

Arrester Altitude Limitations


All Ohio Brass DynaVar arresters are suitable for altitudes
below 3,600 m (12,000 ft). DynaVar arresters will function in
higher altitudes but it is necessary to increase the strike dis-
tance to avoid possible flashover that can be caused by the
higher altitude.

Please consult your Ohio Brass representative for high


altitude arrester options.

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Polymer Housed Arresters


(Type PVI-LP & PVN)

Construction
Polymer housings are resistant to rough
handling and will not shatter in case of a
failure.
In comparison to equivalent porcelain-housed
arresters, these polymer housed gapless
arresters are typically half the weight. This
makes transportation, handling and installa-
tion much easier.
The single-unit, high voltage designs provide
improved contamination performance over
multi-unit designs.
Closer spacing Smaller line end castings
and smaller grading rings allow closer phase-
to-phase spacing.
MOV blocks are centered and restrained
with tightly woven fiberglass filament strands
impregnated with epoxy resin.
Minimal Internal Atmosphere Will not
Breathe or leak which eliminates moisture
ingress, a cause of arrester failure.

For non-catalog polymer arresters that require higher creepage or special application
please consult your Ohio Brass representative.

Table 6: Polymer Overview (Type PVI-LP & PVN)


Physical
Line Discharge Voltage Rating Pressure Relief
Product Type Housing Material Strength
Class Range (kV) (kA)
(N.m)
PVI-LP Polymer 2 3 72 40 180*
PVN Polymer 3 3 - 228 63 2,260*
Note: Physical Strength values for tripod base configuration
*MPSL Maximum Permissible Service Load

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PVI-LP
Polymer Housed
IEC Class 2 Arrester
PVI-LP Protective Characteristics
Maximum Maximum
0.5s Switching Maximum Residual voltage Using and 8/20 Current Wave-kV
Ur Uc
Discharge Surge
(kV) (kV)
Voltage Protective Level
kV (1) kV (2) 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA

3 2.55 8.6 6.4 6.8 7.2 7.5 8.1 9.0 10.1


6 5.1 17.1 12.7 13.6 14.4 15.0 16.2 17.9 20.2
9 7.65 25.8 19.1 20.5 21.6 22.6 24.4 27 30.4
10 8.4 28.4 21.1 22.6 23.8 24.9 26.9 29.8 33.5
12 10.2 34.1 25.3 27.1 28.6 29.9 32.3 35.8 40.3
15 12.7 42.9 31.8 34.1 36 37.6 40.6 44.9 50.6
18 15.3 51.6 38.3 40.9 43.2 45.2 48.8 54 60.9
21 17 56.9 42.2 45.1 47.7 49.9 53.8 59.6 67.1
24 19.5 68.3 50.6 54.2 57.2 59.9 64.6 71.5 80.6
27 22 77.4 57.4 61.4 64.9 67.9 73.2 81 91.3
30 24.4 85.3 63.3 67.7 71.5 74.8 80.7 89.3 101
36 29 102 76 81.3 85.9 89.8 96.9 107 121
39 31.5 108.4 80.4 86.1 90.9 95.1 102.6 113.6 127.9
45 36.5 125.1 92.8 99.3 104.9 109.8 118.4 131.1 147.6
48 39 136.6 101.3 108.4 114.5 119.8 129.2 143 161.1
54 42 147.9 109.7 117.4 125 129.7 139.9 154.9 174.5
60 48 165 122.4 131 138.3 144.7 156.1 172.8 195
72 57 199 147.7 158.1 166.9 174.6 188.4 209 235
(1) Maximum residual voltage for a 10kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This
can be used for coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) Based on a 500A surge of 45-s time to crest.

PVI-LP Physical Characteristics


Minimum Mounting
Standard
X Creepage Phase Phase Net
Arrester Ur Uc
Dimension Distance to to Weight
Catalog (kV) (kV)
(mm) (mm) Phase Ground (kg)
Number
(mm) (mm)
300803 3 2.55 173 391 112 84 2.8
300805 6 5.1 173 391 117 81 2.8
300808 9 7.65 173 391 119 84 2.8
300809 10 8.4 173 391 125 89 2.8
300610 12 10.2 173 391 125 89 2.8
300813 15 12.7 310 782 158 122 4.5
300815 18 15.3 310 782 168 132 4.5
300817 21 17 310 782 193 158 4.5
300620 24 19.5 310 782 193 158 4.5
300822 27 22 447 1,174 244 208 6.1
300824 30 24.4 447 1,174 249 213 6.1
300629 36 29 447 1,174 249 213 6.1
300831 39 31.5 584 1,565 325 290 7.7
300636 45 36.5 584 1,565 325 290 7.7
300639 48 39 584 1,565 325 290 7.7
300642 54 42 721 1,956 401 366 8.8
300648 60 48 721 1,956 401 366 8.8
300657 72 57 859 2,347 503 467 10.4
(1) Minimum clearances are based on arrester protective levels and should be increased when
necessary to meet local requirements for spacing of energized equipment.

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PVI-LP Ordering System

30XXXX
Polymer Housed
Type PVI-LP Standard
Arrester Ur Uc
Catalog (kV) (kV)
Number

0 1 803
805
3
6
2.55
5.1
808 9 7.65
Small Top & Small Top & 809 10 8.4
Tripod Base Small Base for 610 12 10.2
for Horizontal Vertical Mount- 813 15 12.7
and Vertical ing only. Note: 815 18 15.3
817 21 17
Mounting. Deduct 23 mm
619 24 19.5
(Dimensions & 1.25 kg from 822 27 22
& Weights Physical 824 30 24.4
as shown in Characteristics 629 36 29
Physical 831 39 31.5
Characteristics 636 45 36.5
639 48 39
642 54 42
2 3 648
657
60
72
48
57

Tripod Top & Tripod Top &


Small Base Tripod Base
for Underhung for Horizontal,
Mounting. Vertical and
(Dimensions Underhung
& Weights Mounting.
as shown in Note: Add 29
Physical mm & 1.25 kg
Characteristics from Physical
Characteristics

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Base Mounting Information


The end casting shown in Figure 1 is furnished with three
slots suitable for use on either a 222.35 mm or 254 mm
diameter bolt circle. Mounting hardware is not furnished
with the arrester.

Figure 1: PVI-LP End Casting

Figure 2: PVI-LP with Eye-Bolt Line Terminal Figure 3: PVI-LP with Four Hole NEMA Line Terminal

PVI-LP Terminals
Standard line and ground terminals will accommodate conductor sizes from 6 mm to 21mm diameter
The terminals are of hot dip galvanized malleable iron and compatible with either aluminum or copper.
Code 3001: Standard line and ground terminals with U.S. Domestic packaging. (Example: 3008XX3001)
Code 3010: Standard line and ground terminals with Export packaging. (Example: 3008XX3010)
For other terminal options please consult your Ohio Brass Representative.

Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6


Standard Line Terminal Standard Ground Terminal Single Bucket Terminal Assembly
Catalog Number M718743001 Catalog Number M718743001 used with all terminal combinations
(small top only) Catalog Number
M2714143001

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PVN
Polymer Housed
IEC Class 3 Arrester
PVN Protective Characteristics
Maximum Maximum
0.5s Switching Maximum Residual Voltage Using and 8/20 Current Wave-kV
Ur Uc
Discharge Surge
(kV) (kV)
Voltage Protective Level
kV (1) kV (2) 1.5kA 3kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA

3 2.55 8.4 6 6.4 6.7 7.1 7.6 8.4 9.6


6 5.1 16.7 11.9 12.8 13.5 14.1 15.2 16.8 19.1
9 7.65 25 17.8 19.2 20.2 21.1 22.7 25.1 28.3
10 8.4 27.8 19.8 21.4 22.5 23.5 25.3 28 31.8
12 10.2 33.3 23.7 25.6 26.9 28.1 30.3 33.5 38.1
15 12.7 41.7 29.7 32 33.7 35.2 37.9 42 47.6
18 15.3 50.1 35.6 38.4 40.4 42.3 45.5 50.4 57.2
21 17 56.3 40.1 43.2 45.5 47.6 51.2 56.7 64.4
24 19.5 63.9 45.5 49.1 51.6 54 58.1 64.3 73
27 22 72.9 51.9 56 58.9 61.6 66.3 73.4 83.3
30 24.4 80.4 57.2 61.7 64.9 67.9 73.1 80.9 91.9
36 29 95.9 68.3 73.6 77.4 81 87.2 96.5 109.6
39 31.5 104.2 74.2 80 84.1 88 94.7 104.8 119
45 36.5 120.9 86.1 92.8 97.6 102.1 109.9 121.7 138.1
48 39 128.7 91.6 96.8 103.9 108.7 117 129.5 147.1
54 42 144.4 102.8 110.9 116.6 122 131.3 145.3 165
60 48 163.5 116.4 125.5 132 138 146.6 164.5 186.8
72 57 191.8 136.6 147.3 154.9 162 174.4 193.1 219.2
90 70 241.8 172.1 185.6 195.2 204.2 219.8 243.3 276.3
96 76 257.4 183.2 197.6 207.8 217.4 234 259 294.1
108 84 288.9 205.6 221.8 233.2 244 262.6 290.7 330.1
108 88 288.9 205.6 221.8 233.2 244 262.6 290.7 330.1
120 98 326.9 241.3 251 263.9 276.1 297.2 329 373.6
132 106 352 252 270 284 298 317 353 404
144 115 386.1 285 296.5 311.7 326.1 351 388.6 441.2
168 131 445 330 343 363 380 409 446 503
172 140 455 338 351 372 389 419 457 516
180 144 476 354 367 389 407 438 478 539
192 152 508 377 391 415 434 467 509 575
228 180 604 448 465 493 516 556 607 664

(*) Designates Base Selection. See PVN Ordering System.


(1) Maximum residual voltage for a 10kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This
can be used for coordination where front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
(2) Based on a 500A surge of 45-s time to crest through 88kV Uc, and 1,000A surge of 45s time to crest of 98 kV Uc
and higher ratings.

PVN Mounting Arrangements


Type PVN arresters may be mounted vertically, horizontally or underhung, provided the cantilever moment is not
excessive. Underhung mounting requires factory assembly of the base mounting hardware at the top of the arrester
to ensure proper shed orientation. For the correct underhung catalog number replace the third digit with 2 or 5 as
shown in the PVN Ordering System on the next page.
The PVN arrester construction is non-rigid, and will exhibit an observable deflection when cantilever load is applied.
This deflection is normal and will not affect performance. The rated ultimate cantilever moment of the PVN arrester
with the tripod base is 2260 N.m. The maximum working moment for the 2.55-115 kV Uc is 1130 N.m. For 131 thru
180 kV Uc with the tripod base, the maximum working moment is 565 N.m. For the round cap base design, the
maximum working moment is 339 N.m.

NOTE: PVN arresters above 115 kV Uc are not recommended for horizontal mounting.

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PVN Physical Characteristics


Minimum Mounting
Standard
X Creepage Phase Phase Net
Arrester Ur Uc
Dimension Distance to to Weight
Catalog (kV) (kV)
(mm) (mm) Phase Ground (kg)
Number
(mm) (mm)
31*003 3 2.55 259 584 312 196 9.2
31*005 6 5.1 259 584 312 196 9.4
31*008 9 7.65 259 584 312 196 9.7
31*009 10 8.4 259 584 312 196 9.8
31*010 12 10.2 325 787 312 196 11.4
31*013 15 12.7 325 787 312 196 11.7
31*015 18 15.3 325 787 312 196 11.9
31*017 21 17 462 1168 312 196 15.2
31*019 24 19.5 462 1168 312 203 15.5
31*022 27 22 462 1168 312 224 15.7 Figure 1:
31*024 30 24.4 462 1168 312 244 16 310XXX illustrates the
31*029 36 29 462 1168 351 279 16.6 PVN X Dimension.
31*031 39 31.5 597 1575 371 300 19.7
31*036 45 36.5 597 1575 414 343 20.1
31*039 48 39 597 1575 432 361 20.5
31*042 54 42 732 1981 472 401 23.9
31*048 60 48 732 1981 523 452 24.3
31*057 72 57 864 2337 594 523 34.8
31*070 90 70 1133 3150 686 622 34.9
31*076 96 76 1133 3150 775 711 36.3
31*084 108 84 1405 3962 1130 927 44.9
31*088 108 88 1405 3962 1130 927 44.9
31*098 120 98 1405 3962 1245 1041 45.8
31*106 132 106 1405 3962 1346 1143 47.6
31*116 144 115 1671 4724 1422 1219 54.5
Figure 2:
31*131 168 131 2144 5944 1880 1524 68.9
Four Hole NEMA Pad Line
31*140 172 140 2144 5944 1956 1600 68.9
31*144 180 144 2144 5944 1981 1626 68.9 Terminal with Two Bucket
31*152 192 152 2144 5944 2134 1778 68.9 Terminal Assemblies.
31*180 228 180 2850 7925 2388 2032 91.2 Bucket Terminal shown in
NOTE: Weight of Grading Ring added to Uc of 84 kV and higher. Figure 5.
(1) Minimum clearances are based on arrester protective levels and should be increased to
meet local requirements for spacing of energized equipment.
(2) The large energized diameter of the 313XXX requires additional clearance.

PVN Terminals
Standard line and ground terminals will accommodate conductor sizes from 6 mm to 21mm diameter
The terminals are of hot dip galvanized malleable iron and compatible with either aluminum or copper.
Code 3001: Standard line and ground terminals with U.S. Domestic packaging. (Example: 31*XXX3001)
Code 3010: Standard line and ground terminals with Export packaging. (Example: 31*XXX3010)
For other terminal options please consult your Ohio Brass representative.

Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5


Standard Line Terminal Standard Ground Terminal Single Bucket Terminal Assembly
Catalog Number M718743001 Catalog Number M718743001 used with all terminal combinations
(small top only) Catalog Number
M2714143001

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PVN Ordering System

31XXXX
Polymer Housed
Type PVN Standard
Arrester Ur Uc
Catalog (kV) (kV)
Number

0 1 003
005
3
6
2.55
5.1
008 9 7.65
Small Top & Small Top & 009 10 8.4
Tripod Base Small Base for 010 12 10.2
for Horizontal Vertical Mount- 013 15 12.7
and Vertical ing only. Note: 015 18 15.3
017 21 17
Mounting. Deduct 23 mm
019 24 19.5
(Dimensions & 1.25 kg from 022 27 22
& Weights Physical 024 30 24.4
as shown in Characteristics 029 36 29
Physical 031 39 31.5
Characteristics 036 45 36.5
039 48 39
042 54 42
2 3 048
057
60
72
48
57
070 90 70
Tripod Top & Tripod Top & 076 96 76
Small Base Tripod Base 084 108 84
for Underhung for Horizontal, 088 108 88
Mounting. Vertical and 098 120 98
106 132 106
(Dimensions Underhung 115 144 115
& Weights Mounting. Avail-
131 168 131
as shown in able through 140 172 140
Physical 57kV Uc. 144 180 144
Characteristics Note: Add 152 192 152
25.4mm & 180 228 180
2.268 kg from Grading Rings
Physical Rings are required and provided
Characteristics by Ohio Brass on arresters
84kV Uc and above.
4 5 Uc (kV) Drop Dia.
(mm) A (mm) B
Spade Top & Tripod Top & 84 - 88 356 124
Tripod Base. Spade Base
98 - 115 419 229
For Horizontal for Underhung
131 - 180 709 368
and Vertical Mounting.
Mounting. Note: Add 88.9
NEMA pad line mm & 0.907 kg
terminal top. from Physical
Note: Add Characteristics
88.9mm &
0.907 kg from
Physical
Characteristics

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Polymer Housed Arresters


(Type PH4)

Construction
Hollow Core Design
Silicone Rubber Housing
Same proven sealing
system as used in our
porcelain H3 & H4 designs
High mechanical strength
High creepage distance
designs available
Same high quality MOV
technology as all other
Ohio Brass arresters

For non-catalog polymer arresters that require higher creepage or special application
please consult your Ohio Brass representative.

Table 7: Polymer Overview (Type PH4)


Physical
Line Discharge Voltage Rating Pressure Relief
Product Type Housing Material Strength
Class Range (kV) (kA)
(N.m)
PH4 Polymer 4 24-420 63 8,000*
*MPSL Maximum Permissible Service Load

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PH4
Polymer Housed
IEC Class 4 Arrester

Standard Suspension Cap

Standard Ground Terminal

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Ohio Brass PH4 Ordering System:


Use the following selection tables to build the correct Ohio Brass PH4 Arresters.

Catalog Ordering System


A B C D E F G H I J K L
P H

Step 1: Select the correct arrester line discharge class Step 3: Select the appropriate Polymer Color from Table
from Table 8 and fill in B. 10 and fill in F.

Table 8 Table 10
Arrester Class B Polymer Color F
Class 4 - PH4 Arrester 4 Grey G

Step 2: Select the Max System Voltage (Um) from Table Step 4: Select the appropriate Pollution level from Table
9 and fill in Cells C through E. 11 and fill in G.

Table 9 Table 11
Max System Pollution Level G
C D E
Voltage (kV) Light ( 16mm per kV Um) L
36 0 3 6 Medium ( 20 mm per kV Um) M
52 0 5 2 Heavy ( 25 mm per kV Um) H
72 0 7 2 Very Heavy ( 31 mm per kV Um) V
100 1 0 0 NOTE: Pollution levels per IEC - 60099-4
123 1 2 3
145 1 4 5
170 1 7 0
245 2 4 5
300 3 0 0
362 3 6 2
420 4 2 0

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Step 4: Select the appropriate Rated Voltage (Ur) from Step 5: Select the appropriate Line and Ground termi-
Table 12 that corresponds with the Max System voltage nals based on the conductor size ranges in Table 13
selected for C through E and fill in Cells H through J. and fill in K & L.
Table 12 Table 13
Rated Line Size Ground Size
Max System K L
Voltage H I J
Voltage (kV) (mm2) (mm2)
(kV)
24 0 2 4 50 - 300 A A
30 0 3 0 50 - 300 70 - 630 A B
36 33 0 3 3
500 - 1000 A C
36 0 3 6
39 0 3 9 50 - 300 B A
42 0 4 2 70 - 630 70 - 630 B B
48 0 4 8 500 - 1000 B C
52 51 0 5 1
54 0 5 4 50 - 300 C A
60 0 6 0 500 - 1000 70 - 630 C B
54 0 5 4 500 - 1000 C C
60 0 6 0
66 0 6 6
72
72 0 7 2 PH4 Catalog Ordering Example
75 0 7 5 Max System Voltage 145kV
78 0 7 8 Grey Polymer
81 0 8 1 Heavy Pollution Level
84 0 8 4 Rated Voltage 120 kV
84 0 8 4
Line & Ground Size - 50 to 300mm
100 90 0 9 0
Step 1: Use Max system Voltage to fill in C
96 0 9 6
90 0 9 0
through E 145kV
96 0 9 6 v (PH4145xxxxxxx)
108 1 0 8 Step 2: Select Grey Polymer G
123
120 1 2 0 v (PH4145Gxxxxxx)
132 1 3 2
Step 3: Select Heavy Pollution H
138 1 3 8
108 1 0 8
v (PH4145GHxxxxx)
120 1 2 0 Step 4: Select Rated Voltage 120kV
145 132 1 3 2 v (PH4145GH120xx)
138 1 3 8
Step 5: Select correct terminals
144 1 4 4
v (PH4145GH120AA)
132 1 3 2
144 1 4 4 Step 6: Order Ohio Brass Catalog Number
170
162 1 6 2 v PH4145GH120AA
168 1 6 8
180 1 8 0
192 1 9 2
245 198 1 9 8
216 2 1 6
228 2 2 8
216 2 1 6
228 2 2 8
300 240 2 4 0
258 2 5 8
264 2 6 4
258 2 5 8
264 2 6 4
362
276 2 7 6
288 2 8 8
312 3 1 2
330 3 3 0
336 3 3 6
360 3 6 0
420 372 3 7 2
378 3 7 8
390 3 9 0
396 3 9 6
420 4 2 0

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PH4 Protective Characteristics

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Max steep current impulse Max switching impulse Max lightning impulse residual voltage at indicated
residual voltage residual voltage at current
Ur Uc at indicated current (1) indicated current
(kV) (kV)
20kA 0.5kA 2kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
kV kV kV kV kV kV kV
24 19.2 67 45 48 53 56 61 68
30 24.0 84 57 61 66 70 76 85
33 26.4 92 62 67 72 77 84 93
36 28.8 101 68 73 79 84 91 102
39 31.2 109 74 79 85 91 99 110
42 33.6 118 79 85 92 99 106 119
48 38.4 134 91 97 105 113 122 135
51 40.8 143 96 103 112 120 129 144
54 43.2 151 102 109 118 127 137 152
60 48.0 168 113 121 131 141 152 169
66 52.8 185 125 133 144 155 167 186
72 57.6 202 136 145 158 169 183 203
75 60.0 210 142 152 164 176 190 212
78 62.4 218 148 158 171 183 198 220
81 64.8 227 153 164 177 190 205 229
84 67.2 235 159 170 184 197 213 237
90 72.0 252 170 182 197 211 228 254
96 76.8 269 182 194 210 225 243 271
108 86.4 302 204 218 236 253 274 305
120 96.0 336 227 242 263 281 304 339
132 105.6 369 250 267 289 310 335 372
138 110.4 386 261 279 302 324 350 389
144 115.2 403 272 291 315 338 365 406
162 129.6 453 306 327 354 380 411 457
168 134.4 470 318 339 368 394 426 474
180 144.0 504 340 364 394 422 456 508
192 153.6 537 363 388 420 450 487 542
198 158.4 554 375 400 433 464 502 559
216 172.8 605 409 436 473 507 548 610
228 182.4 639 431 461 499 535 578 643
240 192.0 672 454 485 525 563 609 677
258 206.4 722 488 521 565 605 654 728
264 211.2 739 499 533 578 619 669 745
276 220.8 773 522 558 604 647 700 779
288 230.4 806 545 582 630 675 730 813
312 249.6 873 590 630 683 732 791 880
330 264.0 924 624 667 722 774 837 931
336 268.8 941 636 679 735 788 852 948
360 288.0 1008 681 727 778 844 913 1016
372 297.6 1041 704 752 814 872 943 1050
378 302.4 1058 715 764 827 887 958 1067
390 312.0 1092 738 788 853 915 989 1101
396 316.8 1108 749 800 866 929 1004 1117
420 336.0 1176 794 849 919 985 1065 1185

(1) Max Residual voltage for a 20kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This can be used to coordinate
where a front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
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(L)ight pollution (M)edium pollution

Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading PH4 Height Grading


Ring Figure Weight Creepage
Catalog # PH4 Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Ring Figure
Distance H Dia.
Dia. D (kg) (mm) (mm) Number (kg)
D
(mm) (mm) (mm) Number (mm)

PH4036Gx024AA 24 19.2 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46


PH4036Gx030AA 30 24.0 2130 967 n/a 1 45 2130 967 n/a 1 45
PH4036Gx033AA 36 33 26.4 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46
PH4036Gx036AA 36 28.8 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46
PH4036Gx039AA 39 31.2 2130 967 n/a 1 47 2130 967 n/a 1 47
PH4052Gx042AA 42 33.6 2130 967 n/a 1 47 2130 967 n/a 1 47
PH4052Gx048AA 48 38.4 2130 967 n/a 1 49 2130 967 n/a 1 49
PH4052Gx051AA 52 51 40.8 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2130 967 n/a 1 51
PH4052Gx054AA 54 43.2 2130 967 n/a 1 50 2130 967 n/a 1 50
PH4052Gx060AA 60 48.0 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2130 967 n/a 1 51
PH4072Gx054AA 54 43.2 2130 967 n/a 1 50 2130 967 n/a 1 50
PH4072Gx060AA 60 48.0 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2130 967 n/a 1 51
PH4072Gx066AA 66 52.8 2130 967 n/a 1 52 2130 967 n/a 1 52
PH4072Gx072AA 72 57.6 2130 967 n/a 1 53 2130 967 n/a 1 53
72
PH4072Gx075AA 75 60.0 2130 967 n/a 1 56 2130 967 n/a 1 56
PH4072Gx078AA 78 62.4 2130 967 n/a 1 54 2130 967 n/a 1 54
PH4072Gx081AA 81 64.8 2130 967 n/a 1 57 2130 967 n/a 1 57
PH4072Gx084AA 84 67.2 2880 1127 n/a 1 58 2880 1127 n/a 1 58
PH4100Gx084AA 84 67.2 2880 1127 n/a 1 58 2880 1127 n/a 1 58
PH4100Gx090AA 100 90 72.0 2880 1127 n/a 1 59 2880 1127 n/a 1 59
PH4100Gx096AA 96 76.8 2880 1127 n/a 1 62 2880 1127 n/a 1 62
PH4123Gx090AA 90 72.0 2880 1127 n/a 1 59 2880 1127 n/a 1 59
PH4123Gx096AA 96 76.8 2880 1127 n/a 1 62 2880 1127 n/a 1 62
PH4123Gx108AA 108 86.4 3620 1323 n/a 1 68 3620 1323 n/a 1 68
123
PH4123Gx120AA 120 96.0 3620 1323 n/a 1 70 3620 1323 n/a 1 70
PH4123Gx132AA 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 4370 1493 n/a 1 77
PH4123Gx138AA 138 110.4 4370 1493 n/a 1 78 4370 1493 n/a 1 78
PH4145Gx108AA 108 86.4 3620 1323 n/a 1 68 3620 1323 n/a 1 68
PH4145Gx120AA 120 96.0 3620 1323 n/a 1 70 3620 1323 n/a 1 70
PH4145Gx132AA 145 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 4370 1493 n/a 1 77
PH4145Gx138AA 138 110.4 4370 1493 n/a 1 78 4370 1493 n/a 1 78
PH4145Gx144AA 144 115.2 4370 1493 n/a 1 79 4370 1493 n/a 1 79

Table continued on next page.

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(L)ight pollution (M)edium pollution

Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading PH4 Height Grading


Ring Figure Weight Creepage
Catalog # PH4 Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Ring Figure
Distance H
(mm) Dia. D (kg) (mm) Dia. D (kg)
(mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number

PH4170Gx132AA 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 4370 1493 n/a 1 77


PH4170Gx144AA 144 115.2 4370 1493 n/a 1 79 4370 1493 n/a 1 79
170
PH4170Gx162AA 162 129.6 5010 1951 n/a 2 109 5010 1951 n/a 2 109
PH4170Gx168AA 168 134.4 5010 1951 n/a 2 110 5010 1951 n/a 2 110
PH4245Gx180AA 180 144.0 5010 1951 640 3 120 5010 1951 640 3 120
PH4245Gx192AA 192 153.6 5760 2111 640 3 125 5760 2111 640 3 125
PH4245Gx198AA 245 198 158.4 5760 2111 640 3 127 5760 2111 640 3 127
PH4245Gx216AA 216 172.8 6500 2307 640 3 134 6500 2307 640 3 134
PH4245Gx228AA 228 182.4 6500 2307 640 3 137 6500 2307 640 3 137
PH4300Gx216AA 216 172.8 6500 2307 990 3 137 6500 2307 990 3 137
PH4300Gx228AA 228 182.4 6500 2307 990 3 141 6500 2307 990 3 141
PH4300Gx240AA 300 240 192.0 7240 2503 990 3 147 7240 2503 990 3 147
PH4300Gx258AA 258 206.4 7990 2673 990 3 155 7990 2673 990 3 155
PH4300Gx264AA 264 211.2 7990 2673 990 3 156 7990 2673 990 3 156
PH4362Gx258AA 258 206.4 7990 2673 1530 3 163 7990 2673 1530 3 163
PH4362Gx264AA 264 211.2 7990 2673 1530 3 164 7990 2673 1530 3 164
362
PH4362Gx276AA 276 220.8 7990 2673 1530 3 167 7990 2673 1530 3 167
PH4362Gx288AA 288 230.4 8740 2843 1530 3 174 8740 2843 1530 3 174
PH4420Gx312AA 312 249.6 9380 3291 1530 4 202 9380 3291 1530 4 202
PH4420Gx330AA 330 264.0 9380 3291 1530 4 207 9380 3291 1530 4 207
PH4420Gx336AA 336 268.8 10120 3487 1530 4 211 10120 3487 1530 4 211
PH4420Gx360AA 360 288.0 10860 3683 1530 4 221 10860 3683 1530 4 221
PH4420Gx372AA 420 372 297.6 10860 3683 1530 4 223 10860 3683 1530 4 223
PH4420Gx378AA 378 302.4 10860 3683 1530 4 224 10860 3683 1530 4 224
PH4420Gx390AA 390 312.0 11610 3853 1530 4 231 11610 3853 1530 4 231
PH4420Gx396AA 396 316.8 11610 3853 1530 4 232 11610 3853 1530 4 232
PH4420Gx420AA 420 336.0 12360 4023 990 4 232 12360 4023 990 4 232

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Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading PH4 Height Grading
Ring Figure Weight Creepage
Catalog # PH4 Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Ring Figure
Distance H
(mm) Dia. D (kg) (mm) Dia. D (kg)
(mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number
PH4036Gx024AA 24 19.2 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46
PH4036Gx030AA 30 24.0 2130 967 n/a 1 45 2130 967 n/a 1 45
PH4036Gx033AA 36 33 26.4 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46
PH4036Gx036AA 36 28.8 2130 967 n/a 1 46 2130 967 n/a 1 46
PH4036Gx039AA 39 31.2 2130 967 n/a 1 47 2130 967 n/a 1 47
PH4052Gx042AA 42 33.6 2130 967 n/a 1 47 2130 967 n/a 1 47
PH4052Gx048AA 48 38.4 2130 967 n/a 1 49 2130 967 n/a 1 49
PH4052Gx051AA 52 51 40.8 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2130 967 n/a 1 51
PH4052Gx054AA 54 43.2 2130 967 n/a 1 50 2130 967 n/a 1 50
PH4052Gx060AA 60 48.0 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2130 967 n/a 1 51
PH4072Gx054AA 54 43.2 2130 967 n/a 1 50 2880 1127 n/a 1 52
PH4072Gx060AA 60 48.0 2130 967 n/a 1 51 2880 1127 n/a 1 53
PH4072Gx066AA 66 52.8 2130 967 n/a 1 52 2880 1127 n/a 1 55
PH4072Gx072AA 72 57.6 2130 967 n/a 1 53 2880 1127 n/a 1 56
72
PH4072Gx075AA 75 60.0 2130 967 n/a 1 56 2880 1127 n/a 1 58
PH4072Gx078AA 78 62.4 2130 967 n/a 1 54 2880 1127 n/a 1 57
PH4072Gx081AA 81 64.8 2130 967 n/a 1 57 2880 1127 n/a 1 59
PH4072Gx084AA 84 67.2 2880 1127 n/a 1 58 2880 1127 n/a 1 58
PH4100Gx084AA 84 67.2 2880 1127 n/a 1 58 3620 1323 n/a 1 62
PH4100Gx090AA 100 90 72.0 2880 1127 n/a 1 59 3620 1323 n/a 1 63
PH4100Gx096AA 96 76.8 2880 1127 n/a 1 62 3620 1323 n/a 1 66
PH4123Gx090AA 90 72.0 3620 1323 n/a 1 63 4370 1493 n/a 1 67
PH4123Gx096AA 96 76.8 3620 1323 n/a 1 66 4370 1493 n/a 1 70
PH4123Gx108AA 108 86.4 3620 1323 n/a 1 68 4370 1493 n/a 1 72
123
PH4123Gx120AA 120 96.0 3620 1323 n/a 1 70 4370 1493 n/a 1 75
PH4123Gx132AA 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 4370 1493 n/a 1 77
PH4123Gx138AA 138 110.4 4370 1493 n/a 1 78 4370 1493 n/a 1 78
PH4145Gx108AA 108 86.4 4370 1493 n/a 1 72 5010 1951 n/a 2 97
PH4145Gx120AA 120 96.0 4370 1493 n/a 1 75 5010 1951 n/a 2 99
PH4145Gx132AA 145 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 5010 1951 n/a 2 102
PH4145Gx138AA 138 110.4 4370 1493 n/a 1 78 5010 1951 n/a 2 103
PH4145Gx144AA 144 115.2 4370 1493 n/a 1 79 5010 1951 n/a 2 104
Table continued on next page.

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Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading PH4 Height Grading


Ring Figure Weight Creepage
Catalog # PH4 Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Ring Figure
Distance H
(mm) Dia. D (kg) (mm) Dia. D (kg)
(mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number
PH4170Gx132AA 132 105.6 4370 1493 n/a 1 77 5760 2111 640 3 112
PH4170Gx144AA 144 115.2 4370 1493 n/a 1 79 5760 2111 640 3 114
170
PH4170Gx162AA 162 129.6 5010 1951 n/a 2 109 5760 2111 n/a 2 111
PH4170Gx168AA 168 134.4 5010 1951 n/a 2 110 5760 2111 n/a 2 112
PH4245Gx180AA 180 144.0 6500 2307 990 3 130 7990 2673 990 3 138
PH4245Gx192AA 192 153.6 6500 2307 640 3 129 7990 2673 990 3 141
PH4245Gx198AA 245 198 158.4 6500 2307 640 3 130 7990 2673 990 3 142
PH4245Gx216AA 216 172.8 6500 2307 640 3 134 7990 2673 640 3 142
PH4245Gx228AA 228 182.4 6500 2307 640 3 137 7990 2673 640 3 144
PH4300Gx216AA 216 172.8 7990 2673 1530 3 154 9380 3291 1530 4 182
PH4300Gx228AA 228 182.4 7990 2673 1530 3 156 9380 3291 1530 4 185
PH4300Gx240AA 300 240 192.0 7990 2673 990 3 151 9380 3291 1530 4 187
PH4300Gx258AA 258 206.4 7990 2673 990 3 155 9380 3291 990 4 182
PH4300Gx264AA 264 211.2 7990 2673 990 3 156 9380 3291 990 4 183
PH4362Gx258AA 258 206.4 9380 3291 1530 3 190 11610 3853 2030 4 222
PH4362Gx264AA 264 211.2 9380 3291 1530 3 192 11610 3853 2030 4 224
362
PH4362Gx276AA 276 220.8 9380 3291 1530 3 194 11610 3853 1530 4 206
PH4362Gx288AA 288 230.4 9380 3291 1530 3 196 11610 3853 1530 4 208
PH4420Gx312AA 312 249.6 10860 3683 1530 4 210 13110 4193 2030 4 243
PH4420Gx330AA 330 264.0 10860 3683 1530 4 214 13110 4193 1530 4 226
PH4420Gx336AA 336 268.8 10860 3683 1530 4 215 13110 4193 1530 4 228
PH4420Gx360AA 360 288.0 10860 3683 1530 4 221 13110 4193 1530 4 232
PH4420Gx372AA 420 372 297.6 10860 3683 1530 4 223 13110 4193 1530 4 236
PH4420Gx378AA 378 302.4 10860 3683 1530 4 224 13110 4193 1530 4 237
PH4420Gx390AA 390 312.0 11610 3853 1530 4 231 13110 4193 1530 4 239
PH4420Gx396AA 396 316.8 11610 3853 1530 4 232 13110 4193 990 4 232
PH4420Gx420AA 420 336.0 12360 4023 990 4 232 13110 4193 990 4 237

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Porcelain Housed Arresters


(Type H3, H4 & H5)

Construction
Rigid, high strength por-
celain housing with a long
service history
Compression spring en-
sures a consistent electri-
cal connection between
blocks
Pressure relief rupture
plate ensures the housing
will vent out the end of the
arrester and through the
pressure relief vent.
Directional Venting: Arc
will be directed to the side
of the arrester through the
pressure relief vent.
Vacuum Sealed: Arrester
goes through creepage test
to verify complete seal.

Table 14: Porcelain Overview


Voltage
Line Pressure Cantilever
Housing Rating
Product Type Discharge Relief Strength*
Material Range
Class (kA) (N.m)
(kV)
H3 Porcelain 3 24-420 63 8,000
H4 Porcelain 4 24-420 63 17,000
H5 Porcelain 5 550-800 63 31,000
* MPDSL Maximum Permissible Dynamic Service Load

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Ohio Brass Porcelain Ordering System:


Use the following selection tables to build the correct Ohio Brass H3 and H4 Arresters. Please see H5 information
on page 204-37 to find available H5 Arresters.

Catalog Ordering System


A B C D E F G H I J K L
H

Step 1: Select the correct arrester line discharge class Step 3: Select the appropriate Porcelain Color from Table
from Table 15 and fill in B. 17 and fill in F.

Table 15 Table 17
Arrester Class B Porcelain Color F
Class 3 - H3 Arrester 3 Grey G
Class 4 - H4 Arrester 4 Brown B

Step 2: Select the Max System Voltage (Um) from Table Step 4: Select the appropriate Pollution level from Table
16 and fill in Cells C through E. 18 and fill in G.

Table 16 Table 18
Max System Pollution Level G
C D E
Voltage (kV) Light ( 16mm per kV Um) L
36 0 3 6 Medium ( 20 mm per kV Um) M
52 0 5 2 Heavy ( 25 mm per kV Um) H
72 0 7 2 Very Heavy ( 31 mm per kV Um) V
100 1 0 0 NOTE: Pollution levels per IEC - 60099-4
123 1 2 3
145 1 4 5
170 1 7 0
245 2 4 5
300 3 0 0
362 3 6 2
420 4 2 0

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Step 4: Select the appropriate Rated Voltage (Ur) from Step 5: Select the appropriate Line and Ground termi-
Table 19 that corresponds with the Max System voltage nals based on the conductor size ranges in Table 20
selected for C through E and fill in Cells H through J. and fill in K & L.
Table 19 Table 20
Rated Line Size Ground Size
Max System K L
Voltage H I J
Voltage (kV) (mm2) (mm2)
(kV)
24 0 2 4 50 - 300 A A
30 0 3 0 50 - 300 70 - 630 A B
36 33 0 3 3
500 - 1000 A C
36 0 3 6
39 0 3 9 50 - 300 B A
42 0 4 2 70 - 630 70 - 630 B B
48 0 4 8 500 - 1000 B C
52 51 0 5 1
54 0 5 4 50 - 300 C A
60 0 6 0 500 - 1000 70 - 630 C B
54 0 5 4 500 - 1000 C C
60 0 6 0
66 0 6 6
72
72 0 7 2 H3 Catalog Ordering Example
75 0 7 5 Max System Voltage 72kV
78 0 7 8 Grey Porcelain
81 0 8 1 Medium Pollution Level
84 0 8 4 Rated Voltage 60 kV
84 0 8 4
Line & Ground Size - 50 to 300mm
100 90 0 9 0
96 0 9 6 Step 1: Use Max system Voltage to fill in C
90 0 9 0 through E 145kV
96 0 9 6 v (H3072xxxxxxx)
123
108 1 0 8 Step 2: Select Grey Porcelain G
120 1 2 0
v (H3072Gxxxxxx)
132 1 3 2
138 1 3 8 Step 3: Select Medium Pollution M
108 1 0 8 v (H3072GMxxxxx)
120 1 2 0 Step 4: Select Rated Voltage 60kV
145 132 1 3 2 v (H3072GM060xx)
138 1 3 8
144 1 4 4 Step 5: Select correct terminals
132 1 3 2 v (H3072GM060AA)
170
144 1 4 4 Step 6: Order Ohio Brass Catalog Number
162 1 6 2 v H3072GM060AA
168 1 6 8
180 1 8 0
192 1 9 2 H4 Catalog Ordering Example
245 198 1 9 8 Max System Voltage 145kV
216 2 1 6 Grey Porcelain
228 2 2 8 Heavy Pollution Level
216 2 1 6 Rated Voltage 120 kV
228 2 2 8 Line & Ground Size - 50 to 300mm
300 240 2 4 0
258 2 5 8 Step 1: Use Max system Voltage to fill in C
264 2 6 4 through E 145kV
258 2 5 8 v (H4145xxxxxxx)
362
264 2 6 4 Step 2: Select Grey Porcelain G
276 2 7 6 v (H4145Gxxxxxx)
288 2 8 8
312 3 1 2 Step 3: Select Heavy Pollution H
330 3 3 0 v (H4145GHxxxxx)
336 3 3 6 Step 4: Select Rated Voltage 120kV
360 3 6 0 v (H4145GH120xx)
420 372 3 7 2
378 3 7 8 Step 5: Select correct terminals
390 3 9 0 v (H4145GH120AA)
396 3 9 6 Step 6: Order Ohio Brass Catalog Number
420 4 2 0 v H4145GH120AA

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H3
Porcelain Housed
IEC Class 3 Arrester

Standard Suspension Cap

Standard Ground Terminal

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Max steep current Max switching impulse


Max lightning impulse residual
impulse residual voltage at residual voltage at
Ur Uc voltage at indicated current
indicated current (1) indicated current
(kV) (kV)
10kA 0.25kA 1kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
kV kV kV kV kV kV kV
24 19.2 61.3 44.3 47.1 53.4 56.8 61.9 69.9
30 24.0 76.7 55.4 58.9 66.7 71.0 77.4 87.3
33 26.4 84.4 60.9 64.8 73.4 78.1 85.1 96.1
36 28.8 92.0 66.5 70.7 80.1 85.2 92.9 105
39 31.2 99.7 72.0 76.6 86.8 92.3 101 114
42 33.6 107 77.5 82.5 93.4 99.4 108 122
48 38.4 123 88.6 94.3 107 114 124 140
51 40.8 130 94.2 100 114 121 132 149
54 43.2 138 99.7 106 120 128 139 157
60 48.0 153 111 118 134 142 155 175
66 52.8 169 122 130 147 156 170 192
72 57.6 184 133 141 160 170 186 210
75 60.0 192 139 147 167 178 194 218
78 62.4 199 144 153 174 185 201 227
81 64.8 207 150 159 180 192 209 236
84 67.2 215 155 165 187 199 217 245
90 72.0 230 166 177 200 213 232 262
96 76.8 245 177 189 214 227 248 280
108 86.4 276 199 212 240 256 279 314
120 96.0 307 222 236 267 284 310 349
132 105.6 337 243 259 293 312 340 384
138 110.4 353 255 271 307 327 356 402
144 115.2 368 266 283 320 341 372 419
162 129.6 414 299 318 360 383 418 472
168 134.4 429 310 330 374 398 433 489
180 144.0 460 332 354 401 426 464 524
192 153.6 491 354 377 427 454 495 559
198 158.4 506 366 389 441 469 511 576
216 172.8 552 399 424 481 511 557 629
228 182.4 583 421 448 507 540 588 664
240 192.0 614 443 472 534 568 619 699
258 206.4 659 476 507 574 611 666 751
264 211.2 675 487 519 587 625 681 769
276 220.8 706 510 542 614 653 712 803
288 230.4 736 532 566 641 682 743 838
312 249.6 798 576 613 694 739 805 908
330 264.0 844 609 648 734 781 851 961
336 268.8 859 620 660 748 795 867 978
360 288.0 920 665 707 801 852 929 1048
372 297.6 951 687 731 828 881 960 1083
378 302.4 966 698 743 841 895 975 1100
390 312.0 997 720 766 868 923 1006 1135
396 316.8 1012 731 778 881 937 1022 1153
420 336.0 1074 775 825 934 994 1084 1223
(1) Max Residual voltage for a 10kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This can be used to coordinate
where a front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
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Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading H3 Creepage Height


Grading
H3 Creepage Height
Grading
H3
Catalog # Ring Weight Ring Weight Ring Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Figure Distance H Figure Distance H Figure
Dia. D (kg) Dia. D (kg) Dia. D (kg)
(mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number
(mm) (mm) (mm)

H3036Gx024AA 24 19.2 1106 764 n/a 1 63 1106 764 n/a 1 63 1883 980 n/a 1 77
H3036Gx030AA 30 24.0 1106 764 n/a 1 64 1106 764 n/a 1 64 1883 980 n/a 1 78
H3036Gx033AA 36 33 26.4 1106 764 n/a 1 64 1106 764 n/a 1 64 1883 980 n/a 1 78
H3036Gx036AA 36 28.8 1106 764 n/a 1 65 1106 764 n/a 1 65 1883 980 n/a 1 78
H3036Gx039AA 39 31.2 1106 764 n/a 1 65 1106 764 n/a 1 65 1883 980 n/a 1 79
H3052Gx042AA 42 33.6 1106 764 n/a 1 65 1883 980 n/a 1 79 1883 980 n/a 1 79
H3052Gx048AA 48 38.4 1106 764 n/a 1 66 1883 980 n/a 1 80 1883 980 n/a 1 80
H3052Gx051AA 52 51 40.8 1106 764 n/a 1 67 1883 980 n/a 1 80 1883 980 n/a 1 80
H3052Gx054AA 54 43.2 1106 764 n/a 1 67 1883 980 n/a 1 81 1883 980 n/a 1 81
H3052Gx060AA 60 48.0 1883 980 n/a 1 82 1883 980 n/a 1 82 1883 980 n/a 1 82
H3072Gx054AA 54 43.2 1883 980 n/a 1 81 1883 980 n/a 1 81 2660 1196 n/a 1 94
H3072Gx060AA 60 48.0 1883 980 n/a 1 82 1883 980 n/a 1 82 2660 1196 n/a 1 96
H3072Gx066AA 66 52.8 1883 980 n/a 1 83 1883 980 n/a 1 83 2660 1196 n/a 1 96
H3072Gx072AA 72 57.6 1883 980 n/a 1 83 1883 980 n/a 1 83 2660 1196 n/a 1 97
72
H3072Gx075AA 75 60.0 1883 980 n/a 1 84 1883 980 n/a 1 84 2660 1196 n/a 1 97
H3072Gx078AA 78 62.4 1883 980 n/a 1 84 1883 980 n/a 1 84 2660 1196 n/a 1 98
H3072Gx081AA 81 64.8 1883 980 n/a 1 84 1883 980 n/a 1 84 2660 1196 n/a 1 98
H3072Gx084AA 84 67.2 2660 1196 n/a 1 99 2660 1196 n/a 1 99 2660 1196 n/a 1 99
H3100Gx084AA 84 67.2 2660 1196 n/a 1 99 2660 1196 n/a 1 99 3696 1484 n/a 1 117
H3100Gx090AA 100 90 72.0 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 3696 1484 n/a 1 118
H3100Gx096AA 96 76.8 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 3696 1484 n/a 1 119
H3123Gx090AA 90 72.0 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 3696 1484 n/a 1 118 4543 2033 640 3 171
H3123Gx096AA 96 76.8 2660 1196 n/a 1 100 3696 1484 n/a 1 119 4543 2033 640 3 172
H3123Gx108AA 108 86.4 2660 1196 n/a 1 102 3696 1484 n/a 1 120 4543 2033 n/a 2 166
123
H3123Gx120AA 120 96.0 3696 1484 n/a 1 122 3696 1484 n/a 1 122 4543 2033 n/a 2 168
H3123Gx132AA 132 105.6 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 4543 2033 n/a 2 169
H3123Gx138AA 138 110.4 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 4543 2033 n/a 2 170
H3145Gx108AA 108 86.4 3696 1484 n/a 1 120 3696 1484 n/a 1 120 4543 2033 640 3 174
H3145Gx120AA 120 96.0 3696 1484 n/a 1 122 3696 1484 n/a 1 122 4543 2033 n/a 2 168
H3145Gx132AA 145 132 105.6 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 4543 2033 n/a 2 169
H3145Gx138AA 138 110.4 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 4543 2033 n/a 2 170
H3145Gx144AA 144 115.2 3696 1484 n/a 1 125 3696 1484 n/a 1 125 4543 2033 n/a 2 171

NOTE: Grey (G) and (AA) Terminal codes used for illustrative purposes.

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Um Ur Uc Creepage Height Grading H3 Creepage Height


Grading
H3 Creepage Height
Grading
H3
Catalog # Ring Weight Ring Weight Ring Weight
(kV) (kV) (kV) Distance H Figure Distance H Figure Distance H Figure
Dia. D (kg) Dia. D (kg) Dia. D (kg)
(mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number (mm) (mm) Number
(mm) (mm) (mm)
H3170Gx132AA 132 105.6 3696 1484 n/a 1 124 4543 2032.6 640 3 177 5320 2249 640 3 192
H3170Gx144AA 144 115.2 3696 1484 n/a 1 125 4543 2032.6 n/a 2 171 5320 2249 n/a 2 185
170
H3170Gx162AA 162 129.6 3766 2033 n/a 2 173 4543 2032.6 n/a 2 174 5320 2249 n/a 2 187
H3170Gx168AA 168 134.4 4543 2033 n/a 2 174 4543 2032.6 n/a 2 174 5320 2249 n/a 2 188
H3245Gx180AA 180 144.0 5320 2249 640 3 198 6356 2537 990 3 219 7980 3302 1530 4 288
H3245Gx192AA 192 153.6 5320 2249 640 3 199 6356 2537 990 3 221 7980 3302 990 4 281
H3245Gx198AA 245 198 158.4 5320 2249 640 3 200 6356 2537 640 3 218 7980 3302 990 4 282
H3245Gx216AA 216 172.8 5320 2249 640 3 202 6356 2537 640 3 221 7980 3302 640 4 281
H3245Gx228AA 228 182.4 6356 2537 640 3 222 6356 2537 640 3 222 7980 3302 640 4 282
H3300Gx216AA 216 172.8 6356 2537 990 3 224 8239 3373.6 1530 4 297 10052 3878 1530 4 329
H3300Gx228AA 228 182.4 6356 2537 990 3 226 8239 3373.6 1530 4 298 10052 3878 1530 4 331
H3300Gx240AA 300 240 192.0 6356 2537 990 3 227 8239 3373.6 990 4 291 10052 3878 1530 4 332
H3300Gx258AA 258 206.4 7392 2825 990 3 248 8239 3373.6 990 4 294 10052 3878 1530 4 335
H3300Gx264AA 264 211.2 7392 2825 990 3 249 8239 3373.6 990 4 295 10052 3878 1530 4 336
H3362Gx258AA 258 206.4 7392 2825 990 3 248 9275 3661.6 1530 4 321 11676 4643 2030 5 415
H3362Gx264AA 264 211.2 7392 2825 990 3 249 9275 3661.6 1530 4 322 11676 4643 2030 5 415
362
H3362Gx276AA 276 220.8 7392 2825 990 3 251 9275 3661.6 1530 4 323 11676 4643 1530 5 398
H3362Gx288AA 288 230.4 7392 2825 990 3 252 9275 3661.6 1530 4 325 11676 4643 1530 5 399
H3420Gx312AA 312 249.6 8498 3446 1530 4 314 11088 4166 1530 4 360 13748 5219 2030 5 458
H3420Gx330AA 330 264.0 8498 3446 1530 4 317 11088 4166 1530 4 363 13748 5219 2030 5 461
H3420Gx336AA 336 268.8 8498 3446 1530 4 318 11088 4166 1530 4 364 13748 5219 2030 5 462
H3420Gx360AA 360 288.0 9016 3590 1530 4 330 11088 4166 1530 4 368 13748 5219 2030 5 465
H3420Gx372AA 420 372 297.6 10052 3878 1530 4 350 11088 4166 1530 4 369 13748 5219 1530 5 446
H3420Gx378AA 378 302.4 10052 3878 1530 4 351 11088 4166 1530 4 370 13748 5219 1530 5 447
H3420Gx390AA 390 312.0 10052 3878 1530 4 353 11088 4166 1530 4 371 13748 5219 1530 5 449
H3420Gx396AA 396 316.8 10052 3878 1530 4 353 11088 4166 1530 4 372 13748 5219 1530 5 450
H3420Gx420AA 420 336.0 11088 4166 1530 4 375 11088 4166 1530 4 375 13748 5219 1530 5 453

NOTE: Grey (G) and (AA) Terminal codes used for illustrative purposes.

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H4
Porcelain Housed
IEC Class 4 Arrester

Standard Suspension Cap

Standard Ground Terminal

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Max steep current Max switching impulse


Max lightning impulse residual voltage at
impulse residual voltage at residual voltage at
indicated current
Ur Uc indicated current (1) indicated current
(kV) (kV)
20kA 0.5kA 2kA 5kA 10kA 20kA 40kA
kV kV kV kV kV kV kV
24 19.2 67 45 48 53 56 61 68
30 24.0 84 57 61 66 70 77 85
33 26.4 92 62 67 72 77 84 93
36 28.8 101 68 73 79 84 91 102
39 31.2 109 74 79 85 91 99 110
42 33.6 118 79 85 92 99 106 119
48 38.4 134 91 97 105 113 122 135
51 40.8 143 96 103 112 120 129 144
54 43.2 151 102 109 118 127 137 152
60 48.0 168 113 121 131 141 152 169
66 52.8 185 125 133 144 155 167 186
72 57.6 202 136 145 158 169 183 203
75 60.0 210 142 152 164 176 190 212
78 62.4 218 148 158 171 183 198 220
81 64.8 227 153 164 177 190 205 229
84 67.2 235 159 170 184 197 213 237
90 72.0 252 170 182 197 211 228 254
96 76.8 269 182 194 210 225 243 271
108 86.4 302 204 218 236 253 274 305
120 96.0 336 227 242 263 281 304 339
132 105.6 369 250 267 289 310 335 372
138 110.4 386 261 279 302 324 350 389
144 115.2 403 272 291 315 338 365 406
162 129.6 453 306 327 354 380 411 457
168 134.4 470 318 339 368 394 426 474
180 144.0 504 340 364 394 422 456 508
192 153.6 537 363 388 420 450 487 542
198 158.4 554 375 400 433 464 502 559
216 172.8 605 409 436 473 507 548 610
228 182.4 638 431 461 499 535 578 643
240 192.0 672 454 485 525 563 609 677
258 206.4 722 488 521 565 605 654 728
264 211.2 739 499 533 578 619 669 745
276 220.8 773 522 558 604 647 700 779
288 230.4 806 545 582 630 675 730 813
312 249.6 873 590 630 683 732 791 880
330 264.0 924 624 667 722 774 837 931
336 268.8 941 636 679 735 788 852 948
360 288.0 1008 681 727 778 844 913 1016
372 297.6 1041 704 752 814 872 943 1050
378 302.4 1058 715 764 827 887 958 1067
390 312.0 1092 738 788 853 915 989 1101
396 316.8 1108 749 800 866 929 1004 1117
420 336.0 1176 794 849 919 985 1065 1185
(1) Max Residual voltage for a 20kA impulse current wave which produces a voltage wave cresting in 0.5s. This can be used to coordinate
where a front-of-wave sparkover was formerly used.
MAY 2007 OHIO BRASSAIKEN, SC
H4 Physical Characteristics Light &

Medium Pollution Levels 204-33


POWER SYSTEMS, INC.

(L)ight pollution (M)edium pollution

Um Ur Uc Creep- Height Grading Creep- Height Grading


Catalog # H4 H4
(kV) (kV) (kV) age Ring Weight age Ring Figure Weight
H Figure H Dia.
Distance (mm) Dia. D Number (kg) Distance (mm) D Number (kg)
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

H4036Gx024AA 24 19.2 1524 968 n/a 1 75 1524 968 n/a 1 75


H4036Gx030AA 30 24.0 1524 968 n/a 1 76 1524 968 n/a 1 76
H4036Gx033AA 36 33 26.4 1524 968 n/a 1 77 1524 968 n/a 1 77
H4036Gx036AA 36 28.8 1524 968 n/a 1 78 1524 968 n/a 1 78
H4036Gx039AA 39 31.2 1524 968 n/a 1 78 1524 968 n/a 1 78
H4052Gx042AA 42 33.6 1524 968 n/a 1 79 1524 968 n/a 1 79
H4052Gx048AA 48 38.4 1524 968 n/a 1 80 1524 968 n/a 1 80
H4052Gx051AA 52 51 40.8 1524 968 n/a 1 81 1524 968 n/a 1 81
H4052Gx054AA 54 43.2 1524 968 n/a 1 81 1524 968 n/a 1 81
H4052Gx060AA 60 48.0 1524 968 n/a 1 82 1524 968 n/a 1 82
H4072Gx054AA 54 43.2 1524 968 n/a 1 81 1524 968 n/a 1 81
H4072Gx060AA 60 48.0 1524 968 n/a 1 82 1524 968 n/a 1 82
H4072Gx066AA 66 52.8 1524 968 n/a 1 84 1524 968 n/a 1 84
H4072Gx072AA 72 57.6 1524 968 n/a 1 85 1524 968 n/a 1 85
72
H4072Gx075AA 75 60.0 1524 968 n/a 1 85 1524 968 n/a 1 85
H4072Gx078AA 78 62.4 1524 968 n/a 1 86 1524 968 n/a 1 86
H4072Gx081AA 81 64.8 1524 968 n/a 1 87 1524 968 n/a 1 87
H4072Gx084AA 84 67.2 2032 1121 n/a 1 97 2032 1121 n/a 1 97
H4100Gx084AA 84 67.2 2032 1121 n/a 1 97 2032 1121 n/a 1 97
H4100Gx090AA 100 90 72.0 2032 1121 n/a 1 99 2032 1121 n/a 1 99
H4100Gx096AA 96 76.8 2032 1121 n/a 1 100 2032 1121 n/a 1 100
H4123Gx090AA 90 72.0 2032 1121 n/a 1 99 2565 1286 n/a 1 113
H4123Gx096AA 96 76.8 2032 1121 n/a 1 100 2565 1286 n/a 1 110
H4123Gx108AA 108 86.4 2565 1286 n/a 1 117 2565 1286 n/a 1 117
123
H4123Gx120AA 120 96.0 2565 1286 n/a 1 119 2565 1286 n/a 1 119
H4123Gx132AA 132 105.6 3099 1451 n/a 1 142 3099 1451 n/a 1 142
H4123Gx138AA 138 110.4 3099 1451 n/a 1 144 3099 1451 n/a 1 144
H4145Gx108AA 108 86.4 2565 1286 n/a 1 117 3099 1451 n/a 1 137
H4145Gx120AA 120 96.0 2565 1286 n/a 1 119 3099 1451 n/a 1 140
H4145Gx132AA 145 132 105.6 3099 1451 n/a 1 142 3099 1451 n/a 1 142
H4145Gx138AA 138 110.4 3099 1451 n/a 1 144 3099 1451 n/a 1 144
H4145Gx144AA 144 115.2 3099 1451 n/a 1 145 3099 1451 n/a 1 145
NOTE: Grey (G) and (AA) Terminal codes used for illustrative purposes.

OHIO BRASSAIKEN, SC MAY 2007


H4 Physical Characteristics Light &


204-34 Medium Pollution Levels (continued)


POWER SYSTEMS, INC.

(L)ight pollution (M)edium pollution


Um Ur Uc Creep- Height Grading Creep- Height Grading
Catalog # H4 H4
(kV) (kV) (kV) age Ring Weight age Ring Figure Weight
H Figure H
Distance (mm) Dia. D Number (kg) Distance (mm) Dia. D Number (kg)
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
H4170Gx132AA 132 105.6 3099 1451 n/a 1 142 3556 1945 640 3 184
H4170Gx144AA 144 115.2 3099 1451 n/a 1 145 3556 1945 n/a 2 179
170
H4170Gx162AA 162 129.6 3556 1945 n/a 2 182 3556 1945 n/a 2 182
H4170Gx168AA 168 134.4 3556 1945 n/a 2 184 3556 1945 n/a 2 184
H4245Gx180AA 180 144.0 4064 2098 640 3 204 5130 2428 990 3 237
H4245Gx192AA 192 153.6 4064 2098 640 3 207 5130 2428 640 3 236
H4245Gx198AA 245 198 158.4 4064 2098 640 3 209 5130 2428 640 3 237
H4245Gx216AA 216 172.8 4597 2263 640 3 226 5130 2428 640 3 240
H4245Gx228AA 228 182.4 5130 2428 640 3 243 5130 2428 640 3 243
H4300Gx216AA 216 172.8 5130 2428 990 3 244 6198 2758 1530 3 294
H4300Gx228AA 228 182.4 5130 2428 990 3 247 6198 2758 1530 3 296
H4300Gx240AA 300 240 192.0 5130 2428 990 3 248 6198 2758 990 3 290
H4300Gx258AA 258 206.4 5664 2593 990 3 273 6198 2758 990 3 294
H4300Gx264AA 264 211.2 5664 2593 990 3 274 6198 2758 990 3 295
H4362Gx258AA 258 206.4 6198 2758 1530 3 302 7695 3571 1530 4 346
H4362Gx264AA 264 211.2 6198 2758 1530 3 304 7695 3571 1530 4 347
362
H4362Gx276AA 276 220.8 6198 2758 1530 3 306 7695 3571 1530 4 349
H4362Gx288AA 288 230.4 6198 2758 1530 3 309 7695 3571 1530 4 352
H4420Gx312AA 312 249.6 7162 3406 1530 4 342 8763 3901 1530 4 399
H4420Gx330AA 330 264.0 7162 3406 1530 4 346 8763 3901 1530 4 403
H4420Gx336AA 336 268.8 7162 3406 1530 4 347 8763 3901 1530 4 404
H4420Gx360AA 360 288.0 7695 3571 1530 4 366 8763 3901 1530 4 409
H4420Gx372AA 420 372 297.6 8229 3736 1530 4 390 8763 3901 1530 4 411
H4420Gx378AA 378 302.4 8229 3736 1530 4 392 8763 3901 1530 4 412
H4420Gx390AA 390 312.0 8763 3901 1530 4 415 8763 3901 1530 4 415
H4420Gx396AA 396 31