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Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV
Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV
Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV

Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV

Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV
Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68 800 A up to 42 kV

Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68, 800 A up to 42 kV

Separable Connection System RSTI-68, 800 A up to 42 kV Features • The insulation of the

Features

• The insulation of the connector is made of a highly modified silicone rubber characterised by high tracking resistance, elongation at break and non-flammability.

• A thin walled screen is permanently bonded onto the insulation and protects the connection system against accidental contact.

• The screened connector need not be removed for over sheath testing.

• The screened cable connector exceeds CENELEC HD 629.1 S2 requirements, which includes BS; VDE and other international specifications.

• Design fits 630 A and 1250 A bushings (Interface “C 1 ” and “C 2 ”) as specified by EN 50180 and EN 50181.

• The compact design supports the use of double “T” connections inside standard terminal boxes.

• The wide application range covers cable cross sections from 35 to 300 mm 2 .

• Conductor connection with mechanical, DIN or deep indent lugs.

• Easily accessible rear plug with capacitive test point.

• Few accessories required for system test, double “T” and earth connection.

• Complete kit including lugs facilitates installation and storage.

kit including lugs facilitates installation and storage. Raychem RSTI screened separable connectors are designed to

Raychem RSTI screened separable connectors are designed to connect single- and three-core polymeric cables to medium-voltage gas insulated switchgear and other equipment using CENELEC bushings Type C 1 =630 A and C 2 =1250 A, specified up to 42 kV.

Made of a highly modified silicone rubber and protected by a thin walled outer conductive screen connected to earth, RSTI connectors are equally suited for indoor and outdoor installation.

Supporting a wide application range, the design incorporates one body and two stress cone adapters to cover all cross-sections from 35 to 300 mm 2 . The overall and cut back dimensions are designed to take up minimum space in the terminal box. RSTI connectors are equipped with a capacitive test point for determining whether the circuit is energised. A conductive cap protects this test point.

Accessories

Test rod Ref. no.: RSTI-68TR; Length: 310 mm RSTI-68TRL; Length: 460 mm RSTI-68TRA; Kit includes 2 short and 1 long testrod

Terminating plug Ref. no.: RSTI-68TP
Terminating plug
Ref. no.: RSTI-68TP
and 1 long testrod Terminating plug Ref. no.: RSTI-68TP Earthing adapter Ref. no.: RSTI-68EA20; Ball diameter:

Earthing adapter Ref. no.: RSTI-68EA20; Ball diameter: 20 mm

RSTI-68EA25;

Ball diameter: 25 mm

Ball diameter: 20 mm RSTI-68EA25; Ball diameter: 25 mm 1 Applications Single connection Material requested for

1

Applications

Single connection Material requested for 3 phases:

1 x RSTI-68xx (Kit) 25 183 110 79 300 max. Ø 86* * Note: Plastic
1 x RSTI-68xx (Kit)
25
183
110
79
300
max. Ø 86*
* Note:
Plastic insulated
cable, 36 kV,
300 mm 2

Live end seal Material requested for 3 phases:

1 x RSTI-68xx (Kit)

1 x RSTI-68TP (Terminating plug kit)

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195

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Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68, 800 A up to 42 kV

Design and construction

1 Screened body

A thin walled conductive outer screen is

permanently bonded to the silicone

rubber insulating material of the body.

6 7 8 9 3 5 1 2 4 Note:
6
7
8
9
3
5
1
2
4
Note:

All applications as shown in the brochure need to have a mechanical support, based on the requirements for dynamic short circuit.

2 Inner screen

A conductive inner layer, as a Faraday

cage around the compression or mechanical lug, prevents corona at rated voltage.

3 Compression or mechanical lugs

Specially designed DIN and deep indent

compression lugs, as well as tinned, mechanical lugs with shear bolts for connecting either aluminium or copper conductor cables.

4 Stress cone adapter

Relieves electrical stress at the point where the cable screen is cut. The insulated section, extending beyond the wire shielding, provides a convenient point for over sheath testing.

5 Earthing eye and ground lead

Provides a connection point for

earthing the screen.

6 Threaded pin

A threaded pin together with a spring

washer (wave type) and hex nut ensure

a high performance electrical and

mechanical contact with the bushing.

7 Rear plug with test point

Removable rear plug with capacitive test point.

8 Test point

The test point is used to determine whether the circuit is energised; alternatively it can be used for phasing.

9 Conductive end cap

Electrical screen and protection of the rear end of the separable connector.

Mechanical lug

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Compression lug
Compression lug

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Raychem Screened, Separable Connection System RSTI-68, 800 A up to 42 kV

© 2013 Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH EPP 1714 4/13

Technical data

Cable insulation diameter range Connector cross-section range Maximum system voltage Continuous current rating Basic impulse level Partial discharge at 2 U 0

22.4 - 42.0 mm 35 - 300 mm 2 42 kV 800 A 200 kV < 2 pC

AC

voltage withstand, 5 min

93.5 kV

DC

voltage withstand, 15 min

125 kV

Thermal short circuit, 1 s Thermal short circuit, 3 s

55 kA 32 kA

Dynamic short circuit

125 kA

The adapters meet the international CENELEC HD 629.1 S2 specification

Selection table

Screened separable connection system 36 kV and 42 kV with DIN compression lugs

Cross

Diameter Reference number Core insulation

 

Section

min

max

Conductor material Al

Cu

mm 2

mm

mm

50

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6811

RSTI-6821

70

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6812

RSTI-6822

95

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6813

RSTI-6823

120

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6814

RSTI-6824

150

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6815

RSTI-6825

185

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6816

RSTI-6826

240

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6817

RSTI-6827

300

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6818

RSTI-6828

Kits with deep indent compression lugs on request. Contact your local sales representative.

Screened separable connection system 36 kV and 42 kV with mechanical lugs and shear bolts

Cross

 

Diameter Reference number Core insulation

Section

 

min

max

Conductor material Al or Cu

mm 2

 

mm

mm

35

-

95

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6851

95

- 150

22.4 -

35.5

RSTI-6852

120

- 240

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6853

185

- 300

28.9 -

42.0

RSTI-6855

Kits for 3-core applications on request. Contact your local sales representative

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Installation Instruction EPP 0227 12/94 Armour Earthing Assembly for Single Core Plastic and Paper Cables

Installation Instruction EPP 0227 12/94

Armour Earthing Assembly for Single Core Plastic and Paper Cables 7.2 kV to 36 kV with Wire Armour

EPP 0227 12/94 Armour Earthing Assembly for Single Core Plastic and Paper Cables 7.2 kV to
wire binder a 20 clean 250 mm 1
wire
binder
a
20
clean
250 mm
1

2299/10

Remove the oversheath according to the dimension given in the appropri- ate Raychem Terminations Installation Instruction, plus dimension a shown below. Remove the armour according to dimension a shown in the drawing. Clean the end of the oversheath for a length of 250 mm.

Diameter over Armour

a

(mm)

(mm)

16-20

80

21-50

120

51-67

150

2 2928/4 Slide the outer sleeve over the cable. Disassemble the clamping rings. Slide one
2
2928/4
Slide the outer sleeve over the cable.
Disassemble the clamping rings. Slide
one clamping ring lug-downwards over
the cable.

EPP 0227 Page 2

3 2928/2 Spread the armour wires as shown in the drawing and screw the other
3
2928/2
Spread the armour wires as shown in
the drawing and screw the other
clamping ring loosely to the lugged
clamping ring.
4 2929/3
4
2929/3

Install the termination in accordance with the appropriate Raychem Termi- nations Installation Instruction. Pass the end of the earth lead down through the clamping rings and connect it to one lug of the clamping ring. Tighten the clamping rings.

With a slight tension and small overlap wrap two layers of sealant tape (red) over
With a slight tension and small overlap
wrap two layers of sealant tape (red)
over the lower end of the termination
for a length of 50 mm.
7
2931/2a
5 2930/2
5
2930/2

With a small overlap and slight tension wrap two layers of sealant tape (red) round the oversheath for a length of 50 mm, just below the armour wire ends. Wrap two layers of sealant tape round the earth conductor so that it will be just below the armour wire ends. Attach the earth conductor to the other lug of the clamping ring.

Position the top end of the outer sleeve level with the top of the sealant tape. Shrink it into place starting at the cen- tre. Shrink the lower end first and work towards the upper end.

8

2932/2 EPP 0227 Page 3
2932/2
EPP 0227 Page 3
6 2931/2
6
2931/2

Bend the armour wires back and bind the ends to the oversheath with a wire binder or plastic tape. Note: All sharp wire ends must be covered with plastic tape.

Installation of earthing assembly com- plete. 9 2932/2
Installation of earthing assembly com-
plete.
9
2932/2

EPP 0227 12/94

Raychem

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Raychem is a trademark of Raychem Corporation

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Installation Instruction EPP-0317-4/08 Raychem Solderless Earth Connection for Metal Tape Shielded Plastic and Rubber
Installation Instruction EPP-0317-4/08 Raychem Solderless Earth Connection for Metal Tape Shielded Plastic and Rubber
Installation Instruction EPP-0317-4/08 Raychem Solderless Earth Connection for Metal Tape Shielded Plastic and Rubber

Installation Instruction

EPP-0317-4/08

Raychem Solderless Earth Connection for Metal Tape Shielded Plastic and Rubber Insulated Cable Terminations 7.2 kV to 36 kV

Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH Energy Division Finsinger Feld 1 85521 Ottobrunn/Germany 0049-89-6089-0 tel 0049-89-6089-345 fax http://energy.tycoelectronics.com

Before Starting

Check to ensure that the kit you are going to use fits the cable.

Refer to the kit label and the title of the installation instruction.

Components or working steps may have been improved since you last installed this product.

Carefully read and follow the steps in the installation instruction.

General Instructions

Use a propane (preferred) or butane gas torch.

Ensure the torch is always used in a well-ventilated environment.

Adjust the torch to obtain a soft blue flame with a yellow tip.

Pencil-like blue flames should be avoided.

Keep the torch aimed in the shrink direction to preheat the material.

Keep the flame moving continuously to avoid scorching the material.

Clean and degrease all parts that will come into contact with adhesive.

If a solvent is used follow the manufacturer's handling instructions.

Tubing should be cut smoothly with a sharp knife leaving no jagged edges.

Start shrinking the tubing at the position recommended in the instruction.

Ensure that the tubing is shrunk smoothly all around before continuing along the cable.

Tubing should be smooth and wrinkle free with inner components clearly defined.

The Information contained in these installation instructions is for use only by installers trained to make electrical power installations and is intended to describe the correct method of installation for this product. However, Tyco Electronics has no control over the field conditions which influence product installation. It is the user's responsibility to determine the suitability of the installation method in the user's field conditions. Tyco Electronics' only obligations are those in Tyco Electronics' standard Conditions of Sale for this product and in no case will Tyco Electronics be liable for any other incidental, indirect or consequential damages arising from the use or misuse of the products. Raychem, TE Logo and Tyco Electronics are trademarks.

EPP-0317-4/08

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Installation of Solderless Earth Connection on 3-Core Cables

Remove the oversheath of the cable according to the dimensions given in the appropriate Raychem Terminations Installation Instruction.

Position the end of the earth lead on the metal tape shield of one core about 100 mm from the end of the oversheath.

Starting at the opposite side of the core, wrap the roll spring twice over the earth lead, in the direction of the metal tape shield wrap. Fold the earth lead back over the roll spring.

Wrap the rest of the roll spring around the earth lead. Carefully slide the roll spring and earth lead down into the crutch until it is about 10 mm from the end of the oversheath. Tighten the roll spring with a twisting action and fix it into place with two layers of adhesive tape.

Install the remaining springs and earth leads on the other two cores in the same way.

Continue installation in accordance with the appropriate Raychem Terminations Installation Instruction.

2424/1 metal tape shield roll spring earth lead oversheath 2425/1
2424/1
metal tape shield
roll spring
earth lead
oversheath
2425/1

Installation of Solderless Earth Connection on Single Core Cables

Remove the oversheath and metal tape shield of the cable according to the dimensions given in the appropriate Raychem Terminations Installation Instruction.

Position the end of the earth lead on the metal tape shield. Starting at the opposite side of the cable, wrap the roll spring twice over the earth lead about 5 mm from the end of the oversheath.

Apply the roll spring in the direction of the metal tape shield wrap.

Fold the end of the earth lead back over the roll spring. Wrap the rest of the roll spring over the earth lead. Tighten the roll spring with a twisting action and fix it into place with two layers of adhesive tape.

Continue installation in accordance with the appropriate Raychem Terminations Installation Instruction.

earth lead metal tape shield insulation roll spring
earth lead
metal tape shield
insulation
roll spring
oversheath 2426/1 2427/1
oversheath
2426/1
2427/1

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EPP-0317-4/08

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Installation Instruction EPP-1718-10/09 Raychem Screened Separable Connector 800 A for Bushing Pro fi le “C”
Installation Instruction EPP-1718-10/09 Raychem Screened Separable Connector 800 A for Bushing Pro fi le “C”
Installation Instruction EPP-1718-10/09 Raychem Screened Separable Connector 800 A for Bushing Pro fi le “C”

Installation Instruction

EPP-1718-10/09

Raychem Screened Separable Connector 800 A for Bushing Pro le “C” in Accordance to EN 50181, and Single Core Polymeric Insulated Cable up to 36 (42) kV

Typ: RSTI-68xx

Safety Warning:

It is essential to observe the applicable safety regulations for working with high voltage equipment. For precise safety information please contact the responsible authority.

Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH Energy Division Finsinger Feld 1 85521 Ottobrunn/Germany 0049-89-6089-0 tel 0049-89-6096-345 fax http://energy.tycoelectronics.com

Before Starting

Check to ensure that the kit you are going to use ts the cable. Refer to the kit label and the title of the installation instruction. Components or working steps may have been improved since you last installed this product. Carefully read and follow the steps in the installation instruction.

Kit Content

the steps in the installation instruction. Kit Content   4 8   13   1 5
 

4

8

  4 8   13
 

13

  4 8   13
 

1

5

  1 5 9 Assembly Lubricant 14

9

  1 5 9 Assembly Lubricant 14
  1 5 9 Assembly Lubricant 14
Assembly Lubricant
Assembly
Lubricant

14

  1 5 9 Assembly Lubricant 14
 

6

  6 10   15

10

  6 10   15
 

15

  6 10   15
 

2

  2 7 11 16

7

  2 7 11 16

11

  2 7 11 16

16

  2 7 11 16

3

3   12 17
 

12

3   12 17

17

3   12 17
3   12 17

1

3 x Connector body

4

3 x Covering cap

 

8

3 x Threaded pin M16

 

13

3 x Screen cable lug

2

3 x Back plug

5

3 x Stress cone

 

9

1 x Assembly lubricant

14

3 x Wave type washer

3

3 x Gloves

6

3 x Main cable lug

10

1 x PVC tape

 

15

3 x Nut M16

 

7

1 x Binding wire

 

11

3 x Cable lug (16 + 25)

16

3 x Protective bag

 

12

1 x String

 

17

3 x Sealing tape (grey)

Table 1

Cross Section

Ø Core Insulation 36 (42) kV

Reference No.

   

mm

2

 

min

max

Al

 

Cu

 

50

 

RSTI-6811

RSTI-6821

 

70

22.4

- 35.5

 

RSTI-6812

RSTI-6822

 

95

RSTI-6813

RSTI-6823

 

120

 

RSTI-6814

RSTI-6824

 

150

 

RSTI-6815

RSTI-6825

 

185

28.9

- 42.0

 

RSTI-6816

RSTI-6826

 

240

RSTI-6817

RSTI-6827

 

300

 

RSTI-6818

RSTI-6828

35 - 95

22.4

- 35.5

 

RSTI-6851

 

95 - 150

RSTI-6852

 

120

- 240

28.9

- 42.0

 

RSTI-6853

 

185

- 300

RSTI-6855

 

The Information contained in these installation instructions is for use only by installers trained to make electrical power installations and is intended to describe the correct method of installation for this product. However, Tyco Electronics has no control over the eld conditions which in uence product installation. It is the user’s responsibility to determine the suitability of the installation method in the user’s eld conditions. Tyco Electronics’ only obligations are those in Tyco Electronics’ standard Conditions of Sale for this product and in no case will Tyco Electronics be liable for any other incidental, indirect or consequential damages arising from the use or misuse of the products. Raychem, TE Logo and Tyco Electronics are trademarks.

EPP-1718-10/09 Page 2/6

Cable Preparation

1 metre 1
1 metre
1

Clean and degrease the end of the oversheath for a length of 1 metre with solvent wipe.

Cut the core according to the dimension given in the drawing. Remove the core screen with appropriate screen cutting tool according to the drawing. The surface of the insulation should be free from all traces of conductive material. Compare the diameter over insulation with application range as shown in Table 1 as well as with marking of supplied stress cone.

Application Check!

600 255 2
600
255
2

Cable with wire shield Position the cable with suf cient overlap to the bushing centre. Mark the oversheath 255 mm below the bushing centre. Cut the cable 600 mm above the mark and remove the oversheath over this distance. Cut off Cu-spiral screening tape ush with end of outer sheath. Edges projecting beyond the outer sheath must be avoided, so that the stress cone can not be damaged during push on procedure.

Cut back the insulation according to dimension K given in drawing details.

A. Hexagonal and deep indent

compression lugs Dimension K must not exceed 60 mm.

B. Mechanical lugs

Dimension K is identical to depth of bore. Barrel butts against insulation!

a 3 Wrap one turn of sealant tape (grey) with no overlap and slight tension
a
3
Wrap one turn of sealant tape (grey)
with no overlap and slight tension
around the end of the oversheath.

Cut the tape and push ends together.

Bend the shielding wires back onto the oversheath.

Avoid crossing the individual wires. Temporarily secure the wires with a tape or wire binder.

Recommendation for large cross sections

Convenient push on process of the stress cone requires chamfering of the insulation for cross section 240 mm² and above. See drawing!

456 ≥ 240 mm 2 aaaa aaa K 210 5 Chamfer 40
456
≥ 240 mm 2
aaaa
aaa
K
210
5
Chamfer
40

EPP-1718-10/09 Page 3/6

Core Preparation

Table 2 - Use of Insert

Lug Type Cross Section (Stranded mm 2 (RM)
Lug
Type
Cross
Section
(Stranded
mm 2 (RM)

BLMC-25/95-16-800A

BLMC-95/240-16-800A

BLMC-185/300-16-800A

35

YES

 

-

50

YES

 

-

70

NO

 

-

95

NO

YES

-

120

 

- YES

-

150

 

- YES

-

185

 

- NO

YES

240

 

- NO

YES

300

 

- NO

-

 

A. Compression lugs

Install the cable lug with the appropriate die and compression tool.

Note:

Remove any sharp edges.

Clean and degrease the lug and insulation from any excessive compression grease.

9a
9a
7
7

Slide the small protective bag (assembly aid) over the exposed

conductor and tie it down with a PVC

tape as shown in the drawing.

Gently lubricate the outer surface of the protective bag and the core insulation with a thin layer of assembly lubricant Apply the lubricant layer with the sponge top as shown.

B. Mechanical lugs with inserts

The insert has to be used as noted in Table 2.

Ensure that the retention of the insert is locked into the appropriate slot in the barrel.

Install the cable lug using a lug xture. Tighten the bolt set alternately in several equal steps until the heads shear off.

Remove any sharp edges.

9b
9b

EPP-1718-10/09 Page 4/6

8
8

Apply onto the inner surface of the stress cone at the bottom end a 3 cm long sausage of assembly lubricant and spread it evenly over the inner surface. Use assembly lubricant without sponge top. Push the stress cone in one sequence with a twisting movement over the assembly aid completely onto the insulation until the inner collar of the stress cone stops at the oversheath cut back of the cable. Note: The arrow on the stress cone should point onto the cable sheath. Remove the assembly aid from the conductor.

Apply a thin layer of lubricant onto the outer surface of the stress cone with the sponge top.

10
10

Installation of Connector Body

Installation of Connector Body 11a 11b a. Abrade and clean the contact ring of the bushing

11a

11b

Installation of Connector Body 11a 11b a. Abrade and clean the contact ring of the bushing

a. Abrade and clean the contact ring of the bushing thread from residuals such as resin or varnish if any.

b. Insert the threaded stud into the bushing and tighten it up with an Allen key (8 mm). Maximum torque:

Clean and degrease the bottom and front end of the screened connector body and apply a thin layer of lubricant onto the inner surface without the sponge top as shown.

Note: Use one way glove to evenly lubricate the inner surface at a length of approximately 50 mm.

13
13

35 Nm.

Push screened connector body with no interruption onto the stress cone and hold it. Continue
Push screened connector body with no
interruption onto the stress cone and
hold it. Continue immediately with the
next step.
14

EPP-1718-10/09 Page 5/6

12 Clean the conical surface of the bushing and lubricate it with the assembly lubricant
12
Clean the conical surface of the
bushing and lubricate it with the
assembly lubricant as shown.

Align the eye of the cable lug with the threaded pin and push the screened connector onto the bushing.

15
15
16
16

Insert the spring washer and hex nut. Tighten the hex nut onto the stud with a spanner (24 mm) at a torque of 30 Nm.

a. Flip-back the endcap as shown in detail a. Position the protruding ring onto test point.

b. Flip the endcap into fi nal position with your fi nger as shown in
b. Flip the endcap into fi nal position
with your fi nger as shown in
detail b.
19
a.
b.
17
17

Clean the inner surface of connector back end and apply a thin layer of assembly lubricant. Do the same with the conical interface of the back plug as shown.

Ensure that the grounding lead is fastened tightly.

Fix the shielding wires with a wire binder (four layers) at the end of the stress cone. Gather the wires together to form an earth lead. Install at the end of the shielding wires the connection lugs supplied in the kit.

Perform connection to ground. 20
Perform connection to ground.
20

EPP-1718-10/09 Page 6/6

18a 18b
18a
18b

a. Place a string into the rear entry of the connector as shown.

b. Insert the back plug and screw it into place using a spanner (19 mm) at a torque of 30 Nm.

Remove the string prior to the last two turns.

Screened separable connector

completed.

Please dispose of all waste according to environmental regulations. 21
Please dispose of all waste
according to environmental
regulations.
21