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FLUOKIT M24+

PGCv with VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker

Operation Maintenance Instructions

FLUOKIT M24+ PGCv with VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker Operation Maintenance Instructions www.schneider-electric.com

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FLUOKIT M24+ PGCv with VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker Operation Maintenance Instructions www.schneider-electric.com
FLUOKIT M24+ PGCv with VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker Operation Maintenance Instructions www.schneider-electric.com

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Contents

Introduction��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3

3

Overview�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4

Our Service Unit: our specialists, and suitably adapted services

Eco-design concept and valorization of the materials

4

Particular instructions for operations and interventions on energized equipment

4

Other technical manual to be consulted

4

Symbols & conventions

4

Tightening torque values [Nm] for standard assemblies

4

Presentation �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5

A PGC Functional Unit with vacuum type circuit breaker

5

VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker

6

With protective cover

6

Without protective cover

6

Weight of the circuit breaker and its shipping method

7

Marks used on the diagrams

7

Circuit breaker standard diagram

7

Standard diagram for an autonomous protection

10

Power & protection circuits

10

Control circuit

10

Particular recommendations ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11

Connection of the cables

11

Connecting the HV circuits

11

Check torque settings

12

Operating the PGCv Functional Unit �������������������������������������������������������������� 13

Opening the downstream earthing switch

13

Opening the upstream earthing switch

13

Closing the load break switch

14

Closing the circuit breaker

15

De-energizing the PGCv Functional Unit

17

Locking out the PGCv with earthing

18

Maintenance ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 19

General Instructions

19

General

19

Preventive Maintenance (refer to the instructions in User Manual

AMTNoT090)

19

Spare parts for the circuit breaker ����������������������������������������������������������������� 20

Intervention levels

20

The spare part

20

Identification and storage of the parts

20

Notes������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 21

FLUOKIT M24+

Introduction

FLUOKIT M24+ Introduction Operations and maintenance may only be carried out by personnel who have received

Operations and maintenance may only be carried out by personnel who have received suitable authorisation for the operations and manoeuvres they are responsible for performing.

If this is not the case, please refer to our Service Unit or Training Centre.

All locking-out operations must be performed according to the ”General Safety Instructions booklet for Electrical Applications” UTE C 18 510 (or its equivalent outside FRANCE).

Our Service Unit: our specialists, and suitably adapted services���

Guarantee extension contracts in relation to the selling of new equipment,

Supervision of HVA switchgear installations,

Technical advice, diagnoses of the facilities, expertise,

Maintenance contracts adapted to operational constraints,

Systematic or conditional preventive maintenance,

Corrective maintenance in case of partial or complete failure,

Supply of spare parts,

Overhauling of equipment and requalification of installations in order to benefit from new technologies and extend the life of your switchgear by limited investments.

Contact the Schneider Electric Service Unit for diagnoses and advice:

Working hours

33 (0)3 85 29 35 00

7 days per week/ 24 hours per day

33 (0)3 85 29 36 30

or 33 (0)3 85 29 36 43

Free phone No: 0 800 40 27 62

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Overview

© - Schneider Electric - 2010. Schneider Electric, the Schneider Electric logo and their figurative forms are Schneider Electric registered trademarks. The other brand names mentioned within this document, whether they be copyright or not, belong to their respective holders.

This User Manual applies to the PGCv Functional Unit. It is to be regarded as a complement to the detailed general instructions given in document AMTNoT090-02.

Eco-design concept and valorization of the materials

The design and manufacture of our packaging are both in conformity with the French government decree N° 98-638 of 20 July 1998, concerning the account that is taken of environmental requirements.

Particular instructions for operations and interventions on energized equipment

When commissioning and operating the equipment under normal conditions, the General safety instructions for electrical applications must be respected, (protective gloves, insulating stool, etc.), in addition to standard operating instructions.

All manipulations must be completed once started.

The durations (for completing the operations mentioned) given in the maintenance tables are purely an indication and depend on on-site conditions.

Other technical manual to be consulted

AMTNoT090-02

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Installation - Commissioning- Operation - Maintenance

Symbols & conventions

Code for a product recommended and marketed by Schneider Electric Operation - Maintenance Symbols & conventions Tightening torque value Example: 21 Nm Mark corresponding

Tightening torque value Example: 21 Nm Nm

Mark corresponding to a key Schneider Electric Tightening torque value Example: 21 Nm CAUTION! Remain vigilant! Precautions to be taken in

CAUTION! Remain vigilant! Precautions to be taken in order to avoid accidents or injurytorque value Example: 21 Nm Mark corresponding to a key FORBIDDEN! Do not do it! Compliance

FORBIDDEN! Do not do it! Compliance with this indication is compulsory, non compliance with this stipulation may damage the equipment.to be taken in order to avoid accidents or injury INFORMATION - ADVICE Your attention is

INFORMATION - ADVICE Your attention is drawn to a specific point or operation Your attention is drawn to a specific point or operation

Tightening torque values [Nm] for standard assemblies

 

Plastic

Steel Class < 8�8

Steel Class ≥ 8.8 ≤ 10.9

Fasteners with

Diameter

(PA 6�6)

grease A2-70

M

6

0.8

4.3

8.8

6.6

M

8

1.8

10.5

21

15.8

M

10

3.5

14

42

35

M

12

6

-

70

60

M

16

12

-

170

134

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Presentation

6 7 4
6
7
4

PGC with 3 CT

13 1 1 2 5 3 7 9 11 4 8 10 12
13
1
1
2
5
3
7
9
11
4
8
10
12

PGC with 3 CT mounted on the circuit breaker poles

A PGC Functional Unit with vacuum type circuit breaker

Key

1 Busbar connection studs

2 ISR switch-disconnector

3 Upstream earthing switch

4 VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker

5 ISR locked in the ”open” position (for 25kA)

6 Half ISR, support for the downstream earthing switch

7 Downstream earthing switch

8 Pole mounted current transformers

9 Capacitive insulators

10 HVA cables

11 Cable connection lugs

12 Cable clamping

13 Access panel to the busbars

14 Current transformers

15 Voltage transformers 14 15
15 Voltage transformers
14
15

PGC with 3 CT + 3 VT

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Presentation (contd.)

8 2 5 1 3 7 4 6
8
2
5
1
3
7
4
6

VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker

With protective cover Key

1 Push button for closing

2 Push button for tripping

3 Indicator light showing the status of the circuit breaker (closed or tripped)

4 Key lock for locking the circuit breaker by key

5 Spring re-setting lever, priming by pumping

6 Operation counter

7 Indicator light showing the status of the spring (primed or released)

8 Position for the SZ5 indicator

Without protective cover Key

1 Voltage release tripping coil

2 Voltage release closing coil

3 Undervoltage tripping coil

4 Striker

5 Motor

6 Undervoltage coil control card

7 Anti-pumping relay

8 Protection relay

9 Fault indicator 10 Diode bridge 7 10 6 9 8 3 1 5 4
9 Fault indicator
10 Diode bridge
7
10
6
9
8
3
1
5
4
2
6
AMTNoT171-02 02

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Presentation (contd.)

Weight of the circuit breaker and its shipping method

Functional

Unit

Vacuum

circuit

Weight of the circuit breaker(kg)

Integrated into

the Functional

breaker

Unit*

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VEIVACUUM-L

75 / 80

Yes

* Circuit breaker shipped strapped and connected inside the Functional Unit

Marks used on the diagrams

Key

K100 : Anti-pumping relay K200 : Undervoltage coil control card M : Resetting motor YC : Voltage release closing coil Y01 : Voltage release tripping coil Y02 : Additional tripping coil YU : Undervoltage tripping coil YLE : striker pin F1 : VPR-SP1 protection relay P1 : WI1-SZ4 or WI1-SZ5 mechanical indicator T001 - T002 : Diode bridge

Circuit breaker standard diagram (refer to the

marks in page 7)

Voltage release Motorization closing AMTNoT171-02 02 7
Voltage release
Motorization
closing
AMTNoT171-02 02
7

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Presentation (contd.)

Voltage release Voltage release Additional release Additional release tripping coil tripping coil emission tripping
Voltage release
Voltage release
Additional release
Additional release
tripping coil
tripping coil
emission tripping
emission tripping
VDC
VAC
VDC
VAC
Undervoltage
Tripping of
SZ5 signalling
tripping
striker pin

VAC-VDC

tripping VDC VAC VDC VAC Undervoltage Tripping of SZ5 signalling tripping striker pin VAC-VDC 8 AMTNoT171-02

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Presentation (contd.)

Signalling of circuit breaker position

Signalling of spring position

Signalling circuit brreaker locked

of circuit breaker position Signalling of spring position Signalling circuit brreaker locked AMTNoT171-02 02 9

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Presentation (contd.)

Standard diagram for an autonomous protection (refer to the marks in page 7)

Power & protection circuits

to the marks in page 7) Power & protection circuits Control circuit Signalling Signalling the spring

Control circuit

Signalling Signalling the spring position Signalling locking by key Signalling circuit breaker position a fault
Signalling
Signalling
the spring position
Signalling
locking by key
Signalling circuit breaker position
a fault

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Particular recommendations

30 Nm
30
Nm
FLUOKIT M24+ Particular recommendations 30 Nm 21 Nm Connection of the cables ■ Cable connection lugs.
21 Nm
21
Nm
FLUOKIT M24+ Particular recommendations 30 Nm 21 Nm Connection of the cables ■ Cable connection lugs.

Connection of the cables

Cable connection lugs.

See the instructions in AMTNoT090-02.

Connecting the HV circuits

To remove the circuit breaker the HV circuit must be disconnected.

On refitting, respect the torque settings.

Make sure the connectors in the upper section of the circuit breaker are tightened

correctly.

Fit the deflector in its definitive location.

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Particular recommendations (contd.)

42 Nm
42
Nm
FLUOKIT M24+ Particular recommendations (contd.) 42 Nm 42 Nm ■ Make sure the connectors in the
42 Nm
42
Nm
M24+ Particular recommendations (contd.) 42 Nm 42 Nm ■ Make sure the connectors in the lateral

Make sure the connectors in the lateral section of the circuit breaker are tightened correctly.

Remove (unclip) the deflector from its location.

Check torque settings

Before energising the switchboard for the first time, you must, systematically, check the torque settings on all power circuit connectors. Unless otherwise indicated, apply the standard torque settings (see page 4).

Make sure the connectors on the upper sections of the lugs are correctly tightened.

Remove (unclip) the black deflector from its location.

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Operating the PGCv Functional Unit

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit Opening the downstream earthing switch ■ Using your right
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit Opening the downstream earthing switch ■ Using your right
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit Opening the downstream earthing switch ■ Using your right
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit Opening the downstream earthing switch ■ Using your right

Opening the downstream earthing switch

Using your right hand, turn the padlockable button and maintain it there.

Insert the lever.

Make the rod slide upwards then grip the lever by both of its extremities.

Lower the lever towards the left.

The earthing switch is now open.

towards the left. ■ The earthing switch is now open. The door panel is now locked.

The door panel is now locked.

Opening the upstream earthing switch

Using your right hand, turn the padlockable button and maintain it there.

Insert the lever.

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Operating the PGCv Functional

Unit (contd.)

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Make the rod slide upwards then grip
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Make the rod slide upwards then grip
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Make the rod slide upwards then grip
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Make the rod slide upwards then grip

Make the rod slide upwards then grip the lever by both of its extremities.

Lower the lever towards the left.

The earthing switch is now open.

Remove the lever.

Closing the load break switch

Using your left hand, turn the padlockable button and maintain it there.

Insert the lever.

Make the rod slide upwards then grip the lever by both of its extremities.

Lower the lever towards the right.

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Operating the PGCv Functional

Unit (contd.)

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ The load-break switch is now closed. ■
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ The load-break switch is now closed. ■
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ The load-break switch is now closed. ■
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ The load-break switch is now closed. ■

The load-break switch is now closed.

Remove the lever.

Closing the circuit breaker

Lock the load break switches and recuperate the key.

The circuit breaker is locked in the ”tripped” position.

Insert the key and turn it: the circuit breaker is now unlocked.

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Operating the PGCv Functional

Unit (contd.)

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Extract the spring re-setting lever from its
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Extract the spring re-setting lever from its
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Extract the spring re-setting lever from its
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Extract the spring re-setting lever from its

Extract the spring re-setting lever from its housing.

With the lever, carry out a pumping movement to prime the control mechanism’s spring.

Stop the movement as soon as the (yellow) indicator appears and indicates that the spring is primed.

Release the lever.

To close the circuit breaker, push the green button.

The (red) indicator shows that the circuit breaker is now closed.

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Operating the PGCv Functional

Unit (contd.)

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ It is possible to reset the spring
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ It is possible to reset the spring
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ It is possible to reset the spring
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ It is possible to reset the spring

It is possible to reset the spring to accumulate a reserve of energy.

De-energizing the PGCv Functional Unit

Trip the circuit breaker by pushing the red button.

The (green) indicator shows that the circuit breaker has tripped.

Lock the circuit breaker with the key.

Remove this key.

Unlock the switch with the recovered key.

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Operating the PGCv Functional

Unit (contd.)

FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Using your left hand, turn the padlockable
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Using your left hand, turn the padlockable
FLUOKIT M24+ Operating the PGCv Functional Unit (contd.) ■ Using your left hand, turn the padlockable

Using your left hand, turn the padlockable button and maintain it there.

Insert the lever.

Make the rod slide downwards then grip the lever by both of its extremities.

Raise the lever towards the left.

The load-break switch has opened.

Remove the lever.

Locking out the PGCv with earthing

Proceed with operations in the reverse order to pages 13.

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Maintenance

General Instructions

The internal electrical connections as well as the adjustments to the control mechanism are carried out at the factory and cannot be modified. mechanism are carried out at the factory and cannot be modified.

Never separate the control mechanism from the circuit breaker part. are carried out at the factory and cannot be modified. General Under normal installation and service

General

Under normal installation and service conditions, the VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker does not require any maintenance:

throughout the 25 years of its service life,

as long as it has not reached the maximum number of operating cycles.

By cycle we mean a closing then an opening operation.it has not reached the maximum number of operating cycles. Preventive Maintenance (refer to the instructions

Preventive Maintenance

(refer to the instructions in User Manual AMTNoT090)

Carry out a few opening and closing operations of the circuit breaker with the manual (and electrical) controls to ensure its correct operation (see page 5).

The outer surfaces of the circuit breaker must always be clean and dry.

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Spare parts for the circuit breaker

Intervention levels

Definition

Levels

Operations recommended in the instructions manual “installation - operation - maintenance”, carried out by suitably qualified personnel having received training allowing them to intervene whilst respecting the safety rules.

1

Complex operations, requiring specific expertise and the implementation of support equipment in accordance with Schneider Electric’s procedures. These are carried out by Schneider Electric or by a specialised technician, trained by Schneider Electric in the implementation of procedures, and who is equipped with specific equipment.

2

All preventive and corrective maintenance, all renovation and reconstruction work is carried out by Schneider Electric.

3

The spare part

Describes a part that is designed to replace a corresponding one with a view to re-establishing the original function.

The replacement of these parts can only be carried out by a person who is suitably qualified and trained for this operation. suitably qualified and trained for this operation.

Exceptional replacement

Denomination

Levels

1

2 3

 
 

Tripping coil (closing or tripping operations)

-

 

■ ■

Undervoltage coil

-

 

■ ■

Undervoltage coil control card

-

 

■ ■

Striker

-

 

■ ■

Diode bridge

-

 

■ ■

Describes the spare parts or assemblies whose foreseeable service life is at least equal to that of the equipment. Use: Spare parts or sub-assemblies kept in a safety stock.

Motor

-

 

■ ■

Anti-pumping relay

-

 

■ ■

Operation counter

-

 

■ ■

Circuit breaker auxiliary contact

-

 

■ ■

Spring position microswitch

-

■ ■

 
 

Microswitch (motor, undervoltage coil, locking)

-

■ ■

 

Current transformers

-

■ ■

 

Ring

-

■ ■

 

Equipped VEIVACUUM-L circuit breaker

-

■ ■

 

Identification and storage of the parts

For all orders for spare parts, it is necessary to enclose the equipment characteristics form.■ ■   Identification and storage of the parts The components should be stored away from

The components should be stored away from dust, humidity or the sun. In order to facilitate their retrieval, they must be marked by the Schneider Electric reference number.

Certain components are fragile, they should preferably be stored in their original factory packaging.

Appendices

Notes

Appendices

Notes

Appendices

Notes

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