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Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems catalog
Power capacitors
Power
capacitors
Catalog information
Power capacitors catalog
Technical Data
Effective July 2014
Power capacitors
catalog contents
Contents
Description
Page
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extreme-duty single-phase,
unfused capacitor units and accessories (230-10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
EX™-7Li and EX-7Fi single-phase internally fused medium-voltage
capacitor units (230-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Fuseless capacitor banks (230-31) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Metal-enclosed, pad-mounted capacitor banks (230-55). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Electrically operated Type NR oil switch (230-60) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks (230-70) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Technical Data 230-10
Effective March 2014
Supersedes February 2014
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavyduty, and extreme-duty single-phase,
unfused capacitor units and accessories
General
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems all-film, unfused
capacitors (Figure 1) feature extended-foil elements,
solderless connections, and laser-cut aluminum foil
(folded foil optional) in a high stacking factor design.
Designed, manufactured, and tested to meet or
exceed the requirements of IEEE Std C18™-2002
standard (Heavy-Duty and Extreme-Duty capacitors
tested to IEEE Std C18™-2012 standard), these
capacitors are a simple, economical, and reliable
source of reactive power on outdoor or indoor
electric power systems for:
Power capacitors can be installed singly or in
factory-assembled switched or unswitched banks
in:
•
Pole-Mounted racks
•
Substation banks
•
Metal enclosures
•
Mobile Capacitor Banks
Designs meeting the requirements of
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC),
Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Brazilian
Association of Technical Standards (ABNT), and
other national and international standards are
available.
•
Improved power factor
•
System capacity release
•
Reduced losses
•
Improved power flow capability
•
Voltage support
Cooper Power Systems all-film, extended foil/
solderless capacitors with a high stacking factor
provide:
•
Harmonic filtering
•
Low dielectric losses (0.05 watt/kvar)
•
Surge suppression
•
Personnel safety through a superior definite
tank-rupture characteristic
•
Low capacitance change with respect to
temperature
•
Tank rupture curves defined through 10 kA
for Standard- and Heavy-Duty and 15 kA for
Extreme-Duty
•
Superior electrical performance and reliability
•
Proprietary Edisol™ VI dielectric fluid that provides the best balance between low and high
ambient temperature operation
230-10-1
Technical Data 230-10
Effective March 2014
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Standard-duty (SD Type) capacitors
Construction Features
Capacitors are intended to be operated at or below their rated
voltage. All capacitors are designed with a continuous overvoltage
capability of 110% of rated voltage and meet IEEE Std 18™-2002
standard. This overvoltage capability is to allow the capacitor to
withstand bank and system contingencies such as bank unbalance
and system voltages higher than the rated maximum continuous
operating voltage.
Construction features of Eaton's Cooper Power Systems power
capacitors include:
Standard-Duty capacitors are designed for typical utility transmission
and distribution applications.
•
Stainless-steel tank with light-gray finish for resistance to severely
corrosive atmospheres
•
Light-gray, porcelain bushings; glazed for high strength and durability and hermetically sealed to the capacitor tank
•
Stainless-steel mounting brackets with industry-standard 15.62in. mounting center for unit interchangeability; under-side of each
bracket is unpainted for positive grounding
•
Parallel-groove terminals accommodate copper or aluminum conductors from No. 8 solid to No. 1 stranded
•
Parallel-groove connectors are supplied on all capacitors sold as
individual units. The parallel groove connector should be removed
and discarded on capacitors used as replacements in substation
bank applications on which a leader ejection spring and associated hardware are used with an expulsion fuse. See Service
Information S230-30-3 Expulsion Fuse Installation Instructions for
detailed information.
•
Internal discharge resistors that reduce terminal voltage to 50
volts or less within five minutes after the capacitor has been disconnected. Other discharge criteria are available.
•
Stainless-steel nameplate includes all required information per
the applicable standard. In addition and for ease of maintenance,
both the nominal capacitance and the measured capacitance are
included on each nameplate.
•
Blue non-PCB decal
Standard-Duty Ratings
•
110% continuous rms overvoltage capability
•
10 kA fault handling capability
•
Standard temperature rating -40 to +55 °C (-50 °C available,
consult factory)
Table 2 lists the ratings and catalog numbers for the Standard-Duty
single- and double-bushing capacitors. Other unit kvar, voltage,
frequency, and BIL ratings are available.
Heavy-Duty (HD Type) Capacitors
Heavy-Duty designs meet or exceed IEEE Std C18™-2012 standards.
Heavy-Duty capacitors are designed for applications where higher
reliability is desired (Ex: Transmission Capacitor Banks). The HeavyDuty Capacitor is more resistant to the effects of higher transients,
harmonics, and voltage excursions than the Standard-Duty Capacitor.
Heavy-Duty Ratings
•
125% continuous rms overvoltage capability
•
135% peak overvoltage capability
Additional References
•
Tank rupture curve defined through 10 kA
•
Standard temperature rating -40 to +55 °C (-50 °C available,
consult factory)
Refer to the following reference literature for application
recommendations.
•
Meets Performance Test requirements of IEEE Std C18™-2012
standard
Table 3 lists the ratings and catalog numbers for the Heavy-Duty
single- and double-bushing capacitors. Other unit kvar, voltage,
frequency, and BIL ratings are available.
S230-10-1, Medium-Voltage, Single-Phase Capacitor Installation and
Maintenance Instructions
R230-91-1, Tank Rupture Curves for SD & HD Type Capacitors
R230-91-2, Tank Rupture Curves for XD Type Capacitors
230-20, Pole-Mounted Racks with Single-Phase Capacitors
Extreme-duty (XD Type) capacitors
Extreme-Duty capacitors are designed to exceed the IEEE Std
C18™-2012 standard. These capacitors are designed for the most
extreme harmonic environments, and are the perfect choice for
application on systems with unknown contingencies (Ex: Industrial
applications).
Extreme-Duty Ratings
•
125% continuous rms overvoltage capability
•
135% peak overvoltage capability
•
Tank rupture curve defined through 15 kA
•
-50 to +55 °C temperature design standard
•
Proprietary routine testing designed to increase reliability
Table 4 lists the ratings and catalog numbers for the Extreme-Duty
single- and double-bushing capacitors. Other unit kvar, voltage,
frequency, and BIL ratings are available.
230-10-2
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Table 1. Bushing Characteristics and Weights
60-Hz Withstand
BIL
(kV)
Creepage
Distance
(in.)
Strike
Distance
(in.)
60-Sec.
Dry
(kV)
10-Sec.
Wet
(kV)
95*
150**
200
12.00
22.00
32.00
6.25
9.50
14.00
35
60
80
30
50
75
* Bushings furnished on standard capacitors shown in Tables 2, 3, and 4. The bushings used in 95
kV BIL rated capacitors are also capable of meeting 110 kV BIL and are used in 110 kV BIL rated
capacitors.
** The bushings used in 150 kV BIL rated capacitors are also used in 125 kV BIL rated capacitor
designs.
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Technical Data 230-10
Effective March 2014
Table 2. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for 60 Hz Standard-Duty Single- and Double-Bushing Capacitors
Ratings
50 kvar Capacitors
100 kvar Capacitors
150 kvar Capacitors
200 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
BIL (kV)
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
2400
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A1
CEP131B1
CEP132A1
CEP132B1
CEP140A1
CEP140B1
2770*
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4160
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A3
CEP131B3
CEP132A3
CEP132B3
CEP140A3
CEP140B3
4800
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A4
CEP131B4
CEP132A4
CEP132B4
CEP140A4
CEP140B4
6640
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A5
CEP131B5
CEP132A5
CEP132B5
CEP140A5
CEP140B5
7200
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A6
CEP131B6
CEP132A6
CEP132B6
CEP140A6
CEP140B6
7620
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A7
CEP131B7
CEP132A7
CEP132B7
CEP140A7
CEP140B7
7960
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A8
CEP131B8
CEP132A8
CEP132B8
CEP140A8
CEP140B8
8320
95
N/A
N/A
CEP126M4
CEP125M3
CEP128M6
CEP127M15
CEP130M13
CEP129M1
9540
95
N/A
N/A
CEP126M24
CEP125M4
CEP128M21
CEP127M21
CEP130M30
CEP129M31
9960
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A9
CEP131B9
CEP132A9
CEP132B9
CEP140A9
CEP140B9
95
N/A
N/A
CEP126M25
CEP125M19
CEP128M13
CEP127M22
CEP130M31
CEP129M19
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
125
N/A
N/A
CEP126M55
–
CEP128M34
CEP127M27
CEP130M32
CEP129M88
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP125M23
–
CEP127M46
–
CEP129M20
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A10
CEP131B10
CEP132A10
CEP132B10
CEP140A10
CEP140B10
125
N/A
N/A
CEP126M3
–
CEP128M11
–
CEP130M9
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP130B6
–
CEP139B6
-–
CEP143B6
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A11
CEP131B11
CEP132A11
CEP132B11
CEP140A11
CEP140B11
125
N/A
N/A
CEP126M9
–
CEP128M9
CEP127M32
CEP130M7
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP130B7
–
CEP139B7
–
CEP143B7
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A12
CEP131B12
CEP132A12
CEP132B12
CEP140A12
CEP140B12
125
N/A
N/A
CEP126M20
CEP125M14
CEP128M14
–
CEP130M2
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP130B8
–
CEP139B8
–
CEP143B8
95
N/A
N/A
CEP131A13
CEP131B13
CEP132A13
CEP132B13
CEP140A13
CEP140B13
125
N/A
N/A
CEP126M1
–
CEP128M5
CEP127M30
CEP130M1
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP130B9
–
CEP139B9
–
CEP143B9
15125
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP125M1
–
CEP127M23
–
CEP129M12
19920
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP134B4
–
CEP133B4
–
CEP145B4
20800
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP125M20
–
CEP127M28
–
CEP129M38
21600
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP134B5
–
CEP133B5
–
CEP145B5
22130
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP125M31
–
CEP127M29
–
CEP129M23
22800
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP125M30
–
CEP127M42
–
CEP129M1
(N/A) Not available in the Standard-Duty (SD) design. Refer to the Extreme-Duty capacitors in Table 4.
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
www.cooperpower.com
230-10-3
Technical Data 230-10
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Effective March 2014
Table 2. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for 60 Hz Standard-Duty Single- and Double-Bushing Capacitors (continued)
Ratings
300 kvar Capacitors
400 kvar Capacitors
500 kvar Capacitors
600 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
BIL (kV)
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
2400
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2770
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4160
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4800
95
CEP132M34
–
–
–
–
–
–
–-
6640
95
CEP160A5
CEP160B5
CEP170A5
CEP170B5
CEP180A5
CEP180B5
CEP190A5
CEP190B5
7200
95
CEP160A6
CEP160B6
CEP170A6
CEP170B6
CEP180A6
CEP180B6
CEP190A6
CEP190B6
7620
95
CEP160A7
CEP160B7
CEP170A7
CEP170B7
CEP180A7
CEP170B7
CEP190A7
CEP190B7
7960
95
CEP160A8
CEP160B8
CEP170A8
CEP170B8
CEP180A8
CEP180B8
CEP190A8
CEP190B8
8320
95
CEP132M9
CEP131M8
CEP134M10
CEP133M13
CEP150M1
CEP149M1
CEP154M10
CEP153M11
9540
95
CEP132M22
CEP131M22
CEP134M6
CEP133M14
CEP150M5
CEP149M2
CEP154M8
CEP153M10
9960
95
CEP160A9
CEP160B9
CEP170A9
CEP170B9
CEP180A9
CEP180B9
CEP190A9
CEP190B9
95
CEP132M18
CEP131M23
CEP134M17
CEP133M15
CEP150M6
CEP149M3
–
–
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
125
CEP132M44
–
CEP134M32
–
CEP150M7
–
CEP154M18
–
150
–
CEP131M28
–
CEP133M29
–
CEP149M4
–
CEP153M16
95
CEP160A10
CEP160B10
CEP170A10
CEP170B10
CEP180A10
CEP180B10
CEP190A10
CEP190B10
125
CEP132M14
–
–
–
CEP150M13
–
CEP154M12
–
150
–
CEP163B6
CEP134M33
CEP173B6
–
CEP183B6
–
CEP193B6
95
CEP160A11
CEP160B11
CEP170A11
CEP170B11
CEP180A11
CEP180B11
CEP190A11
CEP190B11
125
CEP132M10
–
CEP134M8
–
CEP150M12
–
CEP154M13
–
150
–
CEP163B7
–
CEP173B7
–
CEP183B7
–
CEP193B7
95
CEP160A12
CEP160B12
CEP170A12
CEP170B12
CEP180A12
CEP180B12
CEP190A12
CEP190B12
125
CEP132M13
–
CEP134M9
–
CEP150M15
–
CEP154M14
–
150
–
CEP163B8
–
CEP173B8
–
CEP183B8
–
CEP193B8
95
CEP160A13
CEP160B13
CEP170A13
CEP170B13
CEP180A13
CEP180B13
CEP190A13
CEP190B13
125
CEP132M5
CEP131M19
CEP134M2
CEP133M27
CEP150M10
–
–
CEP154M15
150
–
CEP163B9
–
CEP173B9
–
CEP183B9
–
CEP193B9
15125
150
–
CEP131M24
–
CEP133M16
–
CEP149M5
–
CEP153M8
19920
150
–
CEP165B4
–
CEP175B4
–
CEP185B4
–
CEP195B4
20800
150
–
CEP131M9
–
CEP133M17
–
CEP149M6
–
CEP153M2
21600
150
–
CEP165B5
–
CEP175B5
–
CEP185B5
–
CEP195B5
22130
150
–
CEP131M25
–
CEP133M20
–
CEP149M13
–
CEP153M7
22800
150
–
CEP131M42
–
CEP133M11
–
CEP149M7
–
CEP153M6
(N/A) Not available in Standard-Duty (SD) design. Refer to Extreme-Duty (XD) capacitors in Table 4.
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
230-10-4
www.cooperpower.com
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Technical Data 230-10
Effective March 2014
Table 3. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for 60 Hz Heavy-Duty Single- and Double-Bushing Capacitors
Ratings
50 kvar Capacitors
100 kvar Capacitors
150 kvar Capacitors
200 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
BIL (kV)
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
Single
Bushing
2400
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2770
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4160
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A3
CEP431B3
CEP432A3
CEP432B3
CEP440A3
CEP440B3
4800
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A4
CEP431B4
CEP432A4
CEP432B4
CEP440A4
CEP440B4
6640
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A5
CEP431B5
CEP432A5
CEP432B5
CEP440A5
CEP440B5
7200
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A6
CEP431B6
CEP432A6
CEP432B6
CEP440A6
CEP440B6
7620
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A7
CEP431B7
CEP432A7
CEP432B7
CEP440A7
CEP440B7
7960
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A8
CEP431B8
CEP432A8
CEP432B8
CEP440A8
CEP440B8
8320
95
N/A
N/A
CEP426M4
CEP425M3
CEP428M6
CEP427M15
CEP430M13
CEP429M1
9540
95
N/A
N/A
CEP426M24
CEP425M4
CEP428M21
CEP427M21
CEP430M30
CEP429M31
9960
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A9
CEP431B9
CEP432A9
CEP432B9
CEP440A9
CEP440B9
95
N/A
N/A
CEP426M25
CEP425M19
CEP428M13
CEP427M22
CEP430M31
CEP429M19
125
N/A
N/A
CEP426M55
–
CEP428M34
CEP427M27
CEP430M32
CEP429M88
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP425M23
–
CEP427M46
–
CEP429M20
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A10
CEP431B10
CEP432A10
CEP432B10
CEP440A10
CEP440B10
125
N/A
N/A
CEP426M3
–
CEP428M11
–
CEP430M9
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP430B6
–
CEP439B6
–
CEP443B6
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A11
CEP431B11
CEP432A11
CEP432B11
CEP440A11
CEP440B11
125
N/A
N/A
CEP426M9
–
CEP428M9
–
CEP430M7
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP430B7
–
CEP439B7
–
CEP443B7
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A12
CEP431B12
CEP432A12
CEP432B12
CEP440A12
CEP440B12
125
N/A
N/A
CEP426M20
CEP425M14
CEP428M14
–
CEP430M2
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP430B8
–
CEP439B8
–
CEP443B8
95
N/A
N/A
CEP431A13
CEP431B13
CEP432A13
CEP432B13
CEP440A13
CEP440B13
125
N/A
N/A
CEP426M1
–
CEP428M5
CEP427M30
CEP430M13
–
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP430B9
–
CEP439B9
–
CEP443B9
15125
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP425M1
–
CEP427M23
–
CEP429M12
19920
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP434B4
–
CEP433B4
–
CEP445B4
20800
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP425M20
–
CEP427M28
–
CEP429M38
21600
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP434B5
–
CEP433B5
–
CEP445B5
22130
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP425M31
–
CEP427M29
–
CEP429M23
22800
150
N/A
N/A
–
CEP425M30
–
CEP427M42
–
CEP429M10
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
(N/A) Not available in Heavy-Duty (HD) design. Refer to Extreme-Duty (XD) capacitors in Table 4.
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
www.cooperpower.com
230-10-5
Technical Data 230-10
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Effective March 2014
Table 3. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for 60 Hz Heavy-Duty Single- and Double-Bushing Capacitors (continued)
Ratings
300 kvar Capacitors
400 kvar Capacitors
500 kvar Capacitors
600 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
BIL (kV)
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
2400
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2770
95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4160
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4800
95
CEP432M34
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6640
95
CEP460A5
CEP460B5
CEP470A5
CEP470B5
CEP480A5
CEP480B5
CEP490A5
CEP490B5
7200
95
CEP460A6
CEP460B6
CEP470A6
CEP470B6
CEP480A6
CEP480B6
CEP490A6
CEP490B6
7620
95
CEP460A7
CEP460B7
CEP470A7
CEP470B7
CEP480A7
CEP470B7
CEP490A7
CEP490B7
7960
95
CEP460A8
CEP460B8
CEP470A8
CEP470B8
CEP480A8
CEP480B8
CEP490A8
CEP490B8
8320
95
CEP432M9
CEP431M8
CEP434M10
CEP433M13
CEP450M1
CEP449M1
CEP454M10
CEP453M11
9540
95
CEP432M22
CEP431M22
CEP434M6
CEP433M14
CEP450M5
CEP449M2
CEP454M8
CEP453M10
9960
95
CEP460A9
CEP460B9
CEP470A9
CEP470B9
CEP480A9
CEP480B9
CEP490A9
CEP490B9
95
CEP432M18
CEP431M23
CEP434M17
CEP433M15
CEP450M6
CEP449M3
–
–
125
CEP432M44
–
CEP434M32
–
CEP450M7
–
CEP454M18
–
150
–
CEP431M28
–
CEP433M29
–
CEP449M4
–
CEP453M16
95
CEP460A10
CEP460B10
CEP470A10
CEP470B10
CEP480A10
CEP480B10
CEP490A10
CEP490B10
125
CEP432M14
–
CEP434M4
–
CEP450M13
–
CEP454M12
–
150
–
CEP463B6
–
CEP473B6
–
CEP483B6
–
CEP493B6
95
CEP460A11
CEP460B11
CEP470A11
CEP470B11
CEP480A11
CEP480B11
CEP490A11
CEP490B11
125
CEP432M10
–
CEP434M8
–
CEP450M12
–
CEP454M13
–
150
–
CEP463B7
–
CEP473B7
–
CEP483B7
–
CEP493B7
95
CEP460A12
CEP460B12
CEP470A12
CEP470B12
CEP480A12
CEP480B12
CEP490A12
CEP490B12
125
CEP432M13
–
CEP434M9
–
CEP450M15
–
CEP454M14
–
150
–
CEP463B8
–
CEP473B8
–
CEP483B8
CEP493A8
CEP493B8
95
CEP460A13
CEP460B13
CEP470A13
CEP470B13
CEP480A13
CEP480B13
CEP490A13
CEP490B13
125
CEP432M5
CEP431M19
CEP434M2
CEP433M27
CEP450M10
–
–
CEP454M15
150
–
CEP463B9
–
CEP473B9
–
CEP483B9
–
CEP493B9
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
15125
150
–
CEP431M24
–
CEP433M16
–
CEP449M5
–
CEP453M8
19920
150
–
CEP465B4
–
CEP475B4
–
CEP485B4
–
CEP495B4
20800
150
–
CEP431M9
–
CEP433M17
–
CEP449M6
–
CEP453M2
21600
150
–
CEP465B5
–
CEP475B5
–
CEP485B5
–
CEP495B5
22130
150
–
CEP431M25
–
CEP433M20
–
CEP449M13
–
CEP453M7
22800
150
–
CEP431M42
–
CEP433M11
–
CEP449M7
–
CEP453M6
(N/A) Not available in Heavy-Duty (HD) design. Refer to Extreme-Duty (XD) capacitors in Table 4.
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
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Technical Data 230-10
Effective March 2014
Table 4. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for Extreme-Duty Capacitors
Ratings
50 kvar Capacitors
100 kvar Capacitors
150 kvar Capacitors
200 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
DoubleBushing
DoubleBushing
DoubleBushing
DoubleBushing
BIL (kV)
SingleBushing
SingleBushing
SingleBushing
SingleBushing
2400
95
CEP320A1
CEP320B1
CEP331A1
CEP331B1
CEP332A1
CEP332B1
CEP340A1
CEP340B1
2770
95
CEP320A2
CEP320B2
CEP331A2
CEP331B2
CEP332A2
CEP332B2
CEP340A2
CEP340B2
4160
95
CEP320A3
CEP320B3
CEP331A3
CEP331B3
CEP332A3
CEP332B3
CEP340A3
CEP340B3
4800
95
CEP320A4
CEP320B4
CEP331A4
CEP331B4
CEP332A4
CEP332B4
CEP340A4
CEP340B4
6640
95
CEP320A5
CEP320B5
CEP331A5
CEP331B5
CEP332A5
CEP332B5
CEP340A5
CEP340B5
7200
95
CEP320A6
CEP320B6
CEP331A6
CEP331B6
CEP332A6
CEP332B6
CEP340A6
CEP340B6
7620
95
CEP320A7
CEP320B7
CEP331A7
CEP331B7
CEP332A7
CEP332B7
CEP340A7
CEP340B7
7960
95
CEP320A8
CEP320B8
CEP331A8
CEP331B8
CEP332A8
CEP332B8
CEP340A8
CEP340B8
8320
95
CEP324M7
CEP323M3
CEP326M4
CEP325M3
CEP328M6
CEP327M15
CEP330M13
CEP329M1
9540
95
CEP324M19
CEP323M4
CEP326M24
CEP325M4
CEP328M21
CEP327M21
CEP330M30
CEP329M31
9960
95
CEP320A9
CEP320B9
CEP331A9
CEP331B9
CEP332A9
CEP332B9
CEP340A9
CEP340B9
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
95
CEP324M8
CEP323M5
CEP326M25
CEP325M19
CEP328M13
CEP327M22
CEP330M31
CEP329M19
125
CEP324M36
–
CEP326M55
–
CEP328M34
CEP327M27
CEP330M32
CEP329M88
150
–
CEP323M18
–
CEP325M23
–
CEP327M46
–
CEP329M20
95
CEP320A10
CEP320B10
CEP331A10
CEP331B10
CEP332A10
CEP332B10
CEP340A10
CEP340B10
125
CEP324M5
–
CEP326M3
–
CEP328M11
–
CEP330M9
–
150
–
CEP323B6
–
CEP330B6
–
CEP339B6
–
CEP343B6
95
CEP320A11
CEP320B11
CEP331A11
CEP331B11
CEP332A11
CEP332B11
CEP340A11
CEP340B11
125
CEP324M10
–
CEP326M9
–
CEP328M9
–
CEP330M7
–
150
–
CEP332B7
–
CEP330B7
–
CEP339B7
–
CEP343B7
95
CEP320A12
CEP320B12
CEP331A12
CEP331B12
CEP332A12
CEP332B12
CEP340A12
CEP340B12
125
CEP324M11
–
CEP326M20
CEP325M14
CEP328M14
–
CEP330M2
–
150
–
CEP323B8
–
CEP330B8
–
CEP339B8
–
CEP343B8
95
CEP320A13
CEP320B13
CEP331A13
CEP331B13
CEP332A13
CEP332B13
CEP340A13
CEP340B13
125
CEP324M2
–
CEP326M1
–
CEP328M5
CEP327M30
CEP330M13
–
150
–
CEP323B9
–
CEP330B9
–
CEP339B9
–
CEP343B9
15125
150
–
CEP323M6
–
CEP325M1
–
CEP327M23
–
CEP329M12
19920
150
–
CEP323M11
–
CEP334B4
–
CEP333B4
–
CEP345B4
20800
150
–
CEP323M15
–
CEP325M20
–
CEP327M28
–
CEP329M38
21600
150
–
CEP323M16
–
CEP334B5
–
CEP333B5
–
CEP345B5
22130
150
–
CEP323M17
–
CEP325M31
–
CEP327M29
–
CEP329M23
22800
150
–
CEP323M14
–
CEP325M30
–
CEP327M42
–
CEP329M10
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
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Technical Data 230-10
Medium voltage standard-duty, heavy-duty, and extremeduty single-phase, unfused capacitor units and accessories
Effective March 2014
Table 4. Ratings and Catalog Numbers for Extreme-Duty Capacitors (continued)
Ratings
300 kvar Capacitors
400 kvar Capacitors
500 kvar Capacitors
600 kvar Capacitors
Voltage (V)
BIL (kV)
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
DoubleBushing
SingleBushing
2400
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2770
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4160
95
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4800
95
CEP332M34
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6640
95
CEP360A5
CEP360B5
CEP370A5
CEP370B5
CEP380A5
CEP380B5
CEP390A5
CEP390B5
7200
95
CEP360A6
CEP360B6
CEP370A6
CEP370B6
CEP380A6
CEP380B6
CEP390A6
CEP390B6
7620
95
CEP360A7
CEP360B7
CEP370A7
CEP370B7
CEP380A7
CEP370B7
CEP390A7
CEP390B7
7960
95
CEP360A8
CEP360B8
CEP370A8
CEP370B8
CEP380A8
CEP380B8
CEP390A8
CEP390B8
8320
95
CEP332M9
CEP331M8
CEP334M10
CEP333M13
CEP350M1
CEP349M1
CEP354M10
CEP353M11
9540
95
CEP332M22
CEP331M22
CEP334M6
CEP333M14
CEP350M5
CEP349M2
CEP354M8
CEP353M10
9960
95
CEP360A9
CEP360B9
CEP370A9
CEP370B9
CEP380A9
CEP380B9
CEP390A9
CEP390B9
95
CEP332M18
CEP331M23
CEP334M17
CEP333M15
CEP350M6
CEP349M3
–
–
125
CEP332M44
–
CEP334M32
–
CEP350M7
–
CEP354M18
–
150
–
CEP331M28
–
CEP333M29
–
CEP349M4
–
CEP353M16
95
CEP360A10
CEP360B10
CEP370A10
CEP370B10
CEP380A10
CEP380B10
CEP390A10
CEP390B10
125
CEP332M14
–
CEP334M4
–
CEP350M13
–
CEP354M12
–
150
–
CEP363B6
–
CEP373B6
–
CEP383B6
–
CEP393B6
95
CEP360A11
CEP360B11
CEP370A11
CEP370B11
CEP380A11
CEP380B11
CEP390A11
CEP390B11
125
CEP332M10
–
CEP334M8
–
CEP350M12
–
CEP354M13
–
150
–
CEP363B7
–
CEP373B7
–
CEP383B7
–
CEP393B7
95
CEP360A12
CEP360B12
CEP370A12
CEP370B12
CEP380A12
CEP380B12
CEP390A12
CEP390B12
125
CEP332M13
–
CEP334M9
–
CEP350M15
–
CEP354M14
–
150
–
CEP363B8
–
CEP373B8
–
CEP383B8
–
CEP393B8
95
CEP360A13
CEP360B13
CEP370A13
CEP370B13
CEP380A13
CEP380B13
CEP390A13
CEP390B13
125
CEP332M5
CEP331M19
CEP334M2
CEP333M27
CEP350M10
–
–
CEP354M15
150
–
CEP363B9
–
CEP373B9
–
CEP383B9
–
–
15125
150
–
CEP331M24
–
CEP333M16
–
CEP349M5
–
CEP353M8
19920
150
–
CEP365B4
–
CEP375B4
–
CEP385B4
–
CEP395B4
20800
150
–
CEP331M9
–
CEP333M17
–
CEP349M6
–
CEP353M2
21600
150
–
CEP365B5
–
CEP375B5
–
CEP385B5
–
CEP395B5
22130
150
–
CEP331M25
–
CEP333M20
–
CEP349M13
–
CEP353M7
22800
150
–
CEP331M42
–
CEP333M11
–
CEP349M7
–
CEP353M6
11400
12470
13280
13800
14400
(–) Catalog number has not yet been assigned.
Eaton
1000 Eaton Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44122
United States
Eaton.com
Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems Business
2300 Badger Drive
Waukesha, WI 53188
United States
Cooperpower.com
© 2014 Eaton
All Rights Reserved
Printed in USA
Publication No. 230-10
March 2014
230-10-8
Eaton, Cooper Power Systems, and Edisol are
valuable trademarks of Eaton in the U.S. and
other countries. You are not permitted to use
these trademarks without the prior written
consent of Eaton.
IEEE Std C18™-2002 and Std C18™-2012
standards are trademarks of the Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.,
(IEEE). This publication is not endorsed or
approved by the IEEE.
IEEE® is a registered trademark of the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc.
For Eaton’s Cooper Power
Systems capacitor unit product
information call
1-877-277-4636 or
visit: www.cooperpower.com.
Technical Data 230-12
Effective June 2014
Supersedes February 2000
EX™-7Li and EX-7Fi single-phase
internally fused medium-voltage
capacitor units
General
EX™-7Li and EX-7Fi all-film internally fused
capacitors feature Eaton's Cooper Power Systems
design innovations; extended foil, solderless connections, CLEANBREAK™ element fusing system
and both laser-cut and folded edge aluminum foil.
Designed, manufactured, and tested to meet or
exceed the requirements of all applicable ANSI®,
IEEE®, and IEC standards, their low cost per kvar
makes these capacitors a simple, economical
source of reactive power on electric power systems for:
•
Power factor correction.
•
Voltage support.
•
Loss reduction.
•
Improving power transfer capability.
•
Releasing system capacity.
Internally fused, power capacitors can be installed
individually or in factory-assembled switched or
unswitched:
•
Open style indoor and substation banks.
•
Metal enclosed banks.
Note: Eaton's Cooper Power Systems does not
recommend the use of internally fused capacitors
on pole-mounted, distribution rack applications or in
any capacitor bank configuration without unbalance
protection.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems exclusive all-film,
extended foil/mechanically connected capacitors
provide:
•
Low dielectric losses (0.05 watt/kvar).
•
Superior electrical performance and reliability.
•
Environmentally acceptable Edisol® VI Non-PCB
dielectric fluid.
•
CLEANBREAK element fusing system.
230-12-1
Technical Data 230-12
EX-7Li and EX-7Fi single-phase internally fused capacitor units
Effective June 2014
Capacitor Application
•
Individual closed loop capacitor fluid impregnation system.
Assures superior fluid impregnation and gas molecule evacuation
resulting in low infantile failure rates and long lasting electrical
performance.
•
Stainless steel tank with light-gray finish for resistance to severely
corrosive atmospheres. Tank is finished with an epoxy primer and
a urethane topcoat coating system. This system has been tested
to the ANSI C57.12.31 pole mounted standard and the ANSI
C57.12.29 coastal environment standard.
•
High stacking factor design utilizing aluminum foil electrodes with
a laser-cut or folded foil active edge. The region of the dielectric
exposed to the highest electric field stress is located at the active
edge of the electrode. The high stacking factor and the rounded
active edge shapes and reduces the electric field stress thereby
significantly increasing the discharge inception voltage (DIV).
Given their high DIV capability, Eaton's Cooper Power Systems
capacitors are designed to have the highest design margin to DIV
in the industry.
•
Light-gray, wet-process-porcelain bushings; glazed for high
strength and durability and hermetically sealed to the capacitor
tank. Single piece cover construction provides superior sealing
characteristics.
•
Stainless-steel mounting brackets with industry-standard 397 mm
mounting centers for unit interchangeability; under-side of each
bracket is unpainted to properly establish tank potential.
•
Parallel-groove terminals accommodate copper or aluminum
conductors from No. 8 solid to No. 1 stranded. Parallel-groove
connectors are supplied on all capacitors sold as individual units.
•
Internal discharge resistors that reduce terminal voltage as
specified per the relevant ANSI®, IEEE®, or IEC standards.
•
Stainless-steel nameplate containing required IEC or IEEE® data.
Nameplate lettering is mechanically scribed to ensure long lasting
performance. Nameplate is mechanically secured to the tank
ensuring that it will remain in place throughout the life of the
capacitor.
•
Blue non-PCB decal.
Capacitor application requires an evaluation of the power system to
determine:
•
The kvar requirements.
•
The most effective location.
•
Interaction with system.
•
The necessary protection.
In general, capacitors are installed:
•
At the substation, to supply the system kvar needs most
effectively.
•
At or near the load center, to obtain the optimum kvar supply and
voltage correction.
•
At the end of the line, to achieve maximum voltage correction.
•
In series with a distribution feeder to minimize flicker and provide
voltage support.
•
In series with a transmission line to minimize the reactance of the
line, improving stability and controlling voltage drop.
Ratings
Capacitors from Eaton's Cooper Power Systems are rated in
continuous kvar, voltage, BIL and frequency and are subjected to
all applicable ANSI®, IEEE®, or IEC routine tests. The capacitor unit
rated voltage is the voltage at rated frequency that can be applied
terminal-to-terminal continuously. See the standard to which the
capacitor unit is manufactured for guidance in operation above rated
voltage.
Single-phase capacitor units are designed to produce rated kvar at
rated voltage and frequency within the tolerance of the applicable
standard. As the capacitor’s kvar output is proportional to the square
of the applied voltage, proper application requires attention to the
applied voltage.
Available capacitor unit ratings can be obtained by contacting the
factory.
Construction features
Construction features of Eaton's Cooper Power Systems power
capacitors include:
•
•
CLEANBREAK element fusing system. Each element is protected
with a series connected CLEANBREAK current limiting fuse. This
patented fusing system incorporates the following features:
• Polymer fuse card provides isolated fuse mounting which
prevents potential damage to adjacent capacitor elements and
fuses.
•
Fuses are individually mounted within a polymer fuse tube. The
tube protects the fuse from damage due to adjacent element
failures and fuse operations. This design also requires no paper
in the fusing dielectric, thereby eliminating the generation of
extensive carbon arc by-products in the dielectric fluid. This
significantly improves the dielectric performance by preventing
fluid contamination and promotes proper clearing of element
fuse.
•
The CLEANBREAK fuse operates in a current limiting mode to
chop the fault current into the failed element. This prevents the
energy stored in the parallel connected elements from being
discharged into the fault thus minimizing gassing and damage
to the failed element and adjacent dielectric.
EX® mechanical connection system. Provides solderless internal
connections that eliminate localized heating and cold solder joints.
The EX crimping system also allows 100% inspection during
assembly assuring integrity of internal connections and maximizes
operational safety.
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units
Technical Data 230-12
Effective June 2014
Table 1. Bushing Characteristics and Weights
BIL
(kV)
95*
150**
200
Creepage
Distance
in. (mm)
Strike
Distance
in. (mm)
12.00
(305)
22.00
(559)
32.00
(813)
6.25
(158)
9.50
(241)
14.00
(355)
50/60-Hz Withstand
60-Sec. Dry
(kV)
10-Sec. Wet
(kV)
35
30
60
50
80
75
* The bushings used in 95 kV BIL rated capacitors are also capable of meeting 110 kV BIL and are
used in 110 kV BIL rated capacitors.
** The bushings used in 150 kV BIL rated capacitors are also used in 125 kV BIL rated capacitor
designs.
Figure 1. CLEANBREAK fuse protection system.
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Technical Data 230-12
EX-7Li and EX-7Fi single-phase internally fused capacitor units
Effective June 2014
Eaton
1000 Eaton Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44122
United States
Eaton.com
Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems Business
2300 Badger Drive
Waukesha, WI 53188
United States
Cooperpower.com
© 2014 Eaton
All Rights Reserved
Printed in USA
Publication No. 230-12
June 2014
230-12-4
Eaton, Cooper Power Systems, Edisol, EX,
and CLEANBREAK are valuable trademarks
of Eaton in the U.S. and other countries. You
are not permitted to use the these trademarks
without the prior written consent of Eaton.
IEEE® is a registered trademark of the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc.
ANSI® is a registered trademark of American
National Standards Institute.
For Eaton’s Cooper Power
Systems EX-7Li and EX7Fi capacitor unit product
information call
1-877-277-4636 or visit:
www.cooperpower.com.
Technical Data 230-31
Effective June 2014
Supersedes August 2012
Fuseless capacitor banks
General
Fuseless capacitor banks from Eaton's Cooper
Power Systems feature the latest capacitor
technology, the Standard-Duty (SD), Heavy-Duty
(HD), and Extreme-Duty (XD) all-film capacitors.
The banks are designed to meet or exceed all
applicable ANSI®, IEEE®, NEMA®, and IEC
standards. The industry demand for more reliable
and lower total life cycle cost (TLC) capacitor
equipment has essentially made the fuseless
capacitor bank the standard for substation
applications at 34.5 kV and higher. Fuseless banks
have been offered since the late 1980s and are not
a new technology, but an application of an existing
technology, the all-film capacitor introduced by
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems in 1971. Fuseless
capacitor banks offer the following advantages:
• Low initial and operating costs
• Low losses
• Small footprint
• Ease of unbalance protection
• Ease of installation and maintenance
• Increased protection against animal faults
• Increased reliability and availability
• Ideal for harmonic filters
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Description of operation
The SD, HD, and XD capacitors are constructed internally of
smaller capacitors called elements arranged in series and parallel
combinations to achieve the voltage and kvar rating of the unit.
Figure 2 illustrates how the individual elements are arranged to
form a complete capacitor unit. The elements are constructed
of aluminum foil electrodes with a dielectric of electrical grade
polypropylene. The SD, HD, and XD capacitors exhibit a benign, or
safe, dielectric failure mode. It is this safe failure mode that is the
key to applying the capacitor units without the need for additional
fusing.
In the rare event the polypropylene dielectric fails, the energy in the
resulting small arc punctures many layers of the thin film and foil
within the element. The arc causes the film layers to recede allowing
many layers of the aluminum foil electrodes to touch and weld
together forming an extremely stable electrical joint. This welded
aluminum electrical joint exhibits very low losses and is capable of
carrying, indefinitely, without gassing or thermal degradation, the
full capacitor unit rated current, and transient currents associated
with normal operation. The result of a failed element is that an entire
series section is shorted.
Figure 3 is a schematic of a fuseless capacitor bank connected in
a grounded double wye configuration. A fuseless capacitor bank is
constructed of one or more strings of series connected capacitor
units. If one element within a capacitor unit fails, the series section
in which it is located is completely shorted. The resulting increase
in current through the capacitor unit is very small and thus the
increase in voltage applied to the remaining series sections in the
string is correspondingly very small. The safe failure mode of the SD,
HD, and XD all-film capacitor units allow them to remain in service
with shorted series sections.
Low cost
results in lower installation costs and allows the user to realize
the economic benefits of the capacitor faster.
3. Fuseless banks have no fuse I2R losses resulting in lowest operating costs and longest capacitor life.
4. Field maintenance is reduced as periodic capacitance
measurements are not required and defective capacitor
units are easily located by a few capacitance measurements.
Further, nuisance fuse operations are eliminated that result in
unnecessary alarm and trip conditions.
Losses
A fuseless capacitor bank has approximately 40% to 50% fewer
losses than those of a comparable internally fused capacitor bank
and approximately the same or slightly lower losses than that of a
comparable externally fused capacitor bank using expulsion fuses.
This can result in significant annual power savings. Any comparison
between fuseless and internally fused banks should include the
effect of losses on the operating costs.
Also, fuseless capacitors operate at a significantly lower internal
temperature rise than internally fused capacitors. The cooler
operating conditions of the all-film fuseless capacitor not only means
lower energy consumption, but also indicate greater reliability and
longer useful operating life of the dielectric system.
A capacitor is an electrochemical device that has no moving parts
and, in performing its useful function, is acted upon by temperature
and electrical stress. The combinations of electrical stress and
temperature stress drive the mechanism by which capacitors wear
out and come to the end of usefulness. The result of capacitor wearout is always dielectric breakdown and failure. Thus, low operating
temperatures are important since the chemical reaction of the wearout mechanism will occur at a slower rate resulting in long useful
dielectric life.
Fuseless capacitor banks have the lowest combination of initial and
operating costs.
1. Fuseless banks require no fuses and have minimal structure and
buswork thus minimizing land usage within and transportation
costs to the substation.
2. Fuseless banks are easy to install due the low number of
connections and the low current nature of the connections. This
Capacitor
Unit
Series
Section
Series
Section
Element
Unbalance
Protection
Relay
Figure 1. Typical capacitor internal schematic.
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Capacitor
Unit
Figure 2. Typical fuseless bank schematic.
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Small footprint
Fuseless banks are ideal in applications where installation space
is limited. There is no requirement for extra clearance for fuse
expulsion gasses or for a minimum number of parallel-connected
capacitor units. Fuseless banks are ideal for indoor applications.
Capacitor Bank Protection
Fuseless capacitor banks have two modes of protection:
1. The primary mode is the stable short circuit of a failed element.
A capacitor unit may operate indefinitely with a shorted series
section as long as the overvoltage on the remaining series
sections is within allowable limits.
2. The secondary mode of protection is affected with protective
relays. Protective relaying increases bank availability by warning
personnel of potential problems in the bank and by removing the
bank from service before severe damage occurs.
Overcurrent and overvoltage protection of a fuseless capacitor
bank is affected in a manner identical to fused banks. Unbalance
protection for a fuseless capacitor bank is very simple as failed
elements result in the shorting of entire series sections. This
allows for greater sensitivity in failure detection than a comparable
internally fused bank.
The design of the protective relaying begins with bank design.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems Edison™ Idea™ protective relay
platforms are the state-of-the-art in microprocessor based relays
for capacitor bank protection. With these relays, all capacitor bank
protection, control, communications and monitoring needs can be
economically met.
Installation and maintenance
Fuseless capacitor banks are easy to install. Most of the
interconnections between capacitors are factory assembled so
fewer electrical connections are required during installation.
Fuseless capacitor banks utilize simple and efficient unbalance
detection methods. The capacitors used in fuseless banks are
designed with a small number of large capacitor elements.
Therefore, element failures provide sufficient impedance change
such that they can be detected by simple relaying schemes.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems fuseless capacitor banks are virtually
maintenance free. Periodic measurements of capacitance are not
required for all but the very largest banks with unbalance detection
schemes susceptible to ambiguous indication. However all capacitor
banks should be, at least, visually inspected periodically. See Service
Information S230-30-4, Fuseless Block Bank Installation Instructions,
for recommended maintenance items.
Locating capacitor units with shorted series sections in a fuseless
capacitor bank requires some capacitance measurements.
However, these measurements are few and relatively easy. The
measurements may be taken with a simple low voltage meter.
Reliability and Availability
The following features of fuseless capacitor banks from Eaton's
Cooper Power Systems maximize the reliability and availability of
your capacitor bank installations.
1.
Animal Protection: Optional protective caps for the
capacitor unit bushing terminals and protective tubing for the
interconnecting wire are available to minimize exposed live parts
thus reducing the potential for external flashover due to birds or
other animals.
2. No Fuses: Spurious fuse operations and the i2R losses
associated with the fuses are eliminated in fuseless capacitor
bands. With no internal fuses heating the dielectric, fuseless
capacitor units have the longest dielectric life.
3. Low Maintenance: Periodic maintenance is minimized.
The unbalance detection schemes used for internal fused
banks, typically, cannot detect the first or second internal
fuse operation and thus are susceptible to fuse operations
distributing themselves throughout the bank and maintaining
a level of unbalance undetectable by the unbalance relaying
scheme. This is known as ambiguous indication. Because of this,
internally fused banks require periodic maintenance to locate
partially failed capacitor units.
The unbalance detection schemes used for fuseless banks,
typically, will detect the first series section short. This allows for
maintenance to be scheduled at the owner’s convenience and
eliminates the possibility of dielectric failures distributing
through the bank undetected. Therefore, periodic maintenance
to locate partially failed units is not required. Fuseless banks are
virtually maintenance free.
4. Ease of Maintenance: Locating a partially failed capacitor unit
in a fuseless bank is very easy, especially when compared
to internally fused banks. A readily available, low voltage
capacitance meter is used to isolate the string containing the
faulted capacitor unit. From there, individual unit capacitance
measurements are made to locate the faulty capacitor.
Determining if an individual fuseless capacitor unit is faulty
is also very easily accomplished. A partially failed fuseless
capacitor unit will typically have a capacitance that is > 11%
higher than its original capacitance and thus is easily detectable
with a simple, low voltage, hand held capacitance meter.
The location of a partially failed internally fused capacitor unit
requires a capacitance measurement of every capacitor unit.
However, this is not a simple capacitance measurement
because the decrease in capacitance of a typical internally fused
capacitor unit with an operated fuse is only 1 to 2%. To properly
identify a partially failed internally fused capacitor unit, its
capacitance measurement must be correctly for temperature
and compared to previously recorded values.
Fuseless capacitor units are typically 20% smaller and lighter
than a comparable internally fused capacitor unit thus making
their handling easier.
5. Simplicity: Fuseless capacitor banks from Eaton's Cooper
Power Systems are the “keep it simple solution” to your
capacitor banks needs. Unbalance relaying and maintenance are
simplified and useful life is extended. Also, fuseless capacitor
units typically have 1/4 to 1/3 the number of elements and about
1/5 the number of internal connection points of an internally
fused capacitor unit. The simplicity of fuseless capacitor units
equates to greater reliability.
Harmonic filters
Fuseless capacitor banks are an ideal choice for application in harmonic filters for the following reasons:
1. The change in capacitance as a result of a dielectric failure is
small thus the tuning of the bank changes very little.
2. The capacitance of fused capacitor banks decreases as fuses
operate shifting the tuning point of the filter to a higher
frequency. This may move a parallel resonance to a frequency
with a harmonic content and thus result in an unacceptable
voltage distortion. For this reason, harmonic filters using fused
capacitors are typically tuned below the frequency to be filtered.
The shorting of a series section in a fuseless capacitor bank
increases its capacitance thus shifting the tuning point of the
filter to a lower frequency. This typically moves the parallel
resonance away from frequencies with a harmonic content and
allows harmonic filters to safely be tuned close to the desired
frequency for optimal performance.
3. Harmonic filters are often subject to large dynamic overvoltages
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due to switching of the filters or other components such as
furnace transformers. These overvoltages often exceed the
capability of the fusing in the event of a dielectric failure during
the overvoltage. This is not an issue with fuseless banks because
of the safe failure mode of the all-film capacitor. In addition,
the string configuration of fuseless banks inherently minimizes
the parallel energy discharge, which can result in the failure of
external and/or internal fusing systems.
Ordering information
When ordering fuseless capacitor banks, or when requesting
proposals, specify:
1. Voltage
A. Nominal and maximum voltage at which bank will be operated
B. Capacitor bank rated voltage
Accessories
C. System BIL
The following accessories can be provided with the capacitor banks:
D. Creepage requirements
1. Protection and control equipment including instrument
transformers
2. Isolating or grounding switches
2. kvar
A. Desired three-phase kvar at nominal system voltage
3. System frequency
3. Switching devices/circuit breakers
4. Interlocks
4. Available fault current at bank
5. Bank construction
5. Arresters
A. Connection (delta, grounded wye, ungrounded wye, etc.)
6. Elevating structures
7.
B. Configuration (single wye, double wye, “H”, etc.)
Reactors for current-limiting and/or filtering
C. Elevated or non-elevated —
if elevated, specify height
8. Power Fuses
9. Capacitance meters
D. Limiting dimensions, if any, in bank height, width, or length
10. Capacitor removal/installation devices
E. Desired unbalance protection scheme
6. Type of Duty Expected
A. Isolated or paralleled bank
(If paralleled, how many other banks, what kvar sizes, how
close?)
B. Expected number of switching operations daily
7.
Options with applicable ratings (Refer to accessories listed in this
bulletin.)
8. Any unusual operating conditions (i.e. high altitudes, extreme
temperatures, heavy pollution)
9. Applicable standards to which the equipment is to be
manufactured and tested
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Technical Data 230-55
Effective June 2014
Supersedes May 2012
Metal-enclosed, pad-mounted
capacitor banks
General
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems metal-enclosed,
pad-mounted capacitor banks are self-contained
devices which offer a simple and economical
approach to reactive power compensation of
underground distribution systems up to 38 kV
and 200 kV-BIL. Metal-enclosed, pad-mounted
capacitor banks come pre-assembled and ready
to be installed and “plugged-in” resulting is
substantial labor savings over an open-style
capacitor bank.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems pad-mounted
capacitor banks are designed to meet or exceed
all applicable ANSI®, IEEE®, NEMA®, and IEC
standards.
This fully integrated modular system solution
can improve the economical operation of power
systems for both distribution utilities and industrial
power customers by providing the following
benefits:
•
Power factor improvement
•
Voltage improvement
•
Increased power flow capability
•
System capacity release
•
Loss reduction
Pad-mounted capacitor banks combine several
time-proven Eaton's Cooper Power System
products: capacitor units, current-limiting fuses,
surge arresters, capacitor controls, capacitor
switches (oil and vacuum), circuit breakers and
cable accessories.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems pad-mounted
capacitor banks include the following key features:
•
Small foot print
•
Ease of installation and maintenance
•
Increased reliability and availability
•
Increased safety
•
Environment friendly
•
Aesthetically pleasing
•
Weather-proofed construction
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems brings over 70
years of experience in the design, manufacture
and application of power capacitors to provide a
comprehensive range of pad-mounted capacitor
banks. Standard models support a maximum
voltage of 25 kV and a reactive power 3,600 kvar.
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Effective June 2014
Custom models are available in 1 or 2 step configurations up to 38
kV and 200 kV-BIL.
Customers may also select among options of oil/vacuum switches,
capacitor controls, arresters, instrument transformers, controlpowered transformers, reactors, current-limiting fuses, live/deadfront connectors, neutral current sensor (VARAdvisor™), CSA® and
IEEE® standards, enclosure material, enclosure finish color, etc.
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems experts make every metal-enclosed
bank based on 3-D CAD drawings to ensure proper component
fit and the most economic design. For highly customized models,
please contact Eaton's Cooper Power Systems for details.
Possibilities include:
•
Multi-step banks
•
Harmonic filters
•
Voltages higher than 24.94 kV and BIL greater than 150 kV
•
Non-standard combinations of kvar and voltage
•
Non-standard controls
•
Internally fused capacitors
•
Unbalance protection
•
More than two (2) capacitor units per phase
Capacitor Units
Three or six capacitor units are mounted for easy access in each
pad-mounted capacitor bank. Eaton's Cooper Power Systems
exclusive all-film, extended foil/mechanically connected capacitors
provide:
•
Low total losses (0.10 watt/kvar)
•
Superior electrical performance and reliability
•
Environmentally friendly Edisol™ VI, Non-PCB dielectric fluid
Three capacitor duty options are provided depending on the your
application needs:
•
•
Enclosure
The tamper-resistant enclosure is an all-welded, self-supporting
structure manufactured of 12-gauge mild steel. 304L stainless
steel is an available option. Enclosures meet the enclosure security
requirements of IEEE Std C57.12.28™ standard which minimizes
animal related outages and protects the public. Each enclosure is
finished in Guardian Green conforming to Munsell 7.0GY3.29/1.5.
Other colors are available. The coating conforms to the following
specifications: IEEE Std C57.12.28™ and IEEE Std C57.12.29™
standards, ASTM B1117 1000-hour 5% salt spray corrosion test,
ASTM D2247 1000-hour humidity test, ASTM G53 500-hour
ultraviolet accelerated weathering test, and ASTM D2794 impact
test. Certified test data is available on request.
The equipment front section can be livefront or deadfront and
provides access to the group fuses and the capacitor switches. The
livefront option comes standard with a clear polycarbonate barrier
and optionally with red GPO-3 barrier. The deadfront option provides
a high level of safety for both the operator and the general public
and also comes standard with a clear polycarbonate barrier and
optionally with red GPO-3 barrier. The deadfront option also includes
200 A bushing wells or 600 A and 1250 A bushings per IEEE Std
386™ standard for medium voltage connections to the bank and
are mounted a minimum of 24 inches above the pad. Loadbreak
elbows must not be used to break capacitive current. With the
addition of visible-break disconnect and ground switches, circuits
can be isolated and grounded without disconnecting or moving
terminations.
The livefront equipment rear section, providing access to the
capacitor units and individual unit fuses, if applicable, comes
standard with a clear polycarbonate barrier and, optionally, with a
GPO-3 barrier.
The access doors are three-point self-latching. The standard
offering is a pad-lockable, pentahead-bolt door with a pull handle.
Other options for a turn-handle and for key interlock provisions are
available. Each door has a stainless steel door stop to securely hold
it open during maintenance and inspections. A phase diagram of the
pad-mounted metal-enclosed capacitor bank is located on the inside
of the door.
The medium voltage bus is aluminum and the ground bus is tinplated copper. The wire connecting the capacitor units is copper.
Options for tin-plated and silver-plated copper medium voltage bus
are also available.
All hardware is stainless steel.
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•
Standard-Duty Capacitor (Not available for ungrounded wye banks
in standard configurations)
• Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEEE Std 18™ standard
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEC 60871-1
•
10 kA tank rupture curve coordination
Heavy-Duty Capacitor
• Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEEE Std 18™ standard
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of CSA C22.2 NO. 190
•
125% continuous overvoltage capability
•
10 kA tank rupture curve coordination
Extreme-Duty Capacitor
• Meets all of the requirements of IEEE Std 18™ standard
•
Meets all of the requirements of CSA C22.2 NO. 190
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEC 60871-1, 2 for -55
°C to +60 °C
•
125% continuous overvoltage capability
•
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems exclusive 15 kA tank rupture
curve coordination
•
15% higher routine test voltages
Construction features of Eaton's Cooper Power Systems power
capacitors include:
•
Mechanical crimping connection system (exclusive to Eaton's
Cooper Power Systems). Provides solderless internal connections
that eliminate localized heating and cold solder joints. The EX™
crimping system also allows 100% inspection during assembly
assuring integrity of internal connections and maximizes
operational safety.
•
Stainless steel tank with light gray finish for resistance to
severely corrosive atmospheres. Tank is finished with an epoxy
primer and a urethane topcoat coating system. This system has
been tested to IEEE Std C57.12.31™ and IEEE Std C57.12.29™
standards.
•
High stacking factor design (exclusive to Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems) utilizing aluminum foil electrodes with a laser-cut or
folded active edge. The region of the dielectric exposed to the
highest electric field stress is located at the active edge of the
electrode. The high stacking factor and laser-cut / folded active
edge shapes and reduces the electric field stress thereby
significantly increasing the discharge inception voltage (DIV).
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems capacitors are designed to have
the highest safety margin to DIV in the industry.
Metal-enclosed, pad-mounted capacitor banks
Technical Data 230-55
Effective June 2014
Capacitor switch manual
operating handle
Bushing wells
Current-limiting Fuses
Clear
polycarbonate
barrier
12-gauge mild steel
construction
Three-point
latching for
added safety
Weather
resistant
powder
coated
paint
Deadfront barrier
Parking stand
Provisions for
additional bushing
well
Figure 1. Typical pad-mounted capacitor bank equipment front section.
Single-phase current- Single-phase vacuum
limiting reactor
capacitor switch
Control power transformer
Single-phase capacitor unit
Figure 2. Typical pad-mounted capacitor bank equipment rear section.
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Bank Connection
The capacitors may be configured as follows:
•
Grounded wye
•
Ungrounded wye
•
Delta
Please see the Fusing section and the selection tables for available
ratings.
Fusing
Each pad-mounted capacitor bank comes standard with currentlimiting fuses for fusing the capacitors. Group fusing and/or
individual capacitor fusing are available for most ratings.
Group fusing is standard for all grounded wye banks where available
current-limiting fuses coordinate with the capacitor tank rupture
curves. These fuses are electrically mounted at the inside terminal
of the bushing well or bushing for the deadfront option or at the
incoming NEMA® terminal for the livefront option. The fuses protect
all equipment in the pad-mounted capacitor bank with the exception
of optional arresters which are connected to the source side of the
group fuse and optional control power transformers which will be
protected with their own fuse. For grounded wye bank ratings that
cannot be group fused, the bank will be configured with 2 capacitor
units per phase and each capacitor individually fused.
In an ungrounded wye connected bank, the faulting of a capacitor
unit to a short circuit, results in an increase in phase current by a
factor of 3. At this relatively low current, a fuse selected for group
fusing may take several minutes to clear and during this time, the
capacitor units in the other two phases are experiencing a 1.73 PU
overvoltage as they are now connected lie-to-line and the shorted
capacitor unit is experiencing three (3) times nominal phase current.
It is highly desirable to minimize the duration of this overvoltage and
overcurrent. Therefore, for ungrounded wye banks, Eaton's Cooper
Power Systems standard offering will use individual fusing and two
(2) capacitor units per phase. In the standard configurations with
only two (2) capacitor units per phase, there is a 20% increase in
voltage on a capacitor when the fuse on the other capacitor unit
in the same phase operates. Because of this, only the Heavy Duty
and Extreme Duty capacitors will be offered for ungrounded wye
capacitor banks due to their ability to handle a 125% continuous
overvoltage.
Group fusing is standard for all delta connected banks. Individual
capacitor fusing is not offered as a standard option for delta connected banks.
When individual capacitor unit fuses are applied, the rest of the
equipment between the capacitor fuses and the inside terminal
of the bushing well or bushing for the deadfront option or at
the incoming NEMA® terminal for the livefront option should be
protected by fuses or other overcurrent protection devices such as
a circuit breaker. Group fuses may be added in the pad-mounted
metal-enclosed capacitor bank in addition to the individual capacitor
fusing if suitable overcurrent protection outside of the pad-mounted
capacitor bank is not available.
Visible-Break Switch
For switched capacitor banks, visible-break switches are available in
three versions:
1. 3-pole, group-operated disconnect switch
1. 3-pole, group-operated disconnect switch and 3-pole ground
switch (both switches operated with the same manual operator)
1. 3-pole, group-operated disconnect switch and 4-pole ground
switch (both switches operated with the same manual operator)
The switches are operated from the side of the unit and are
interlocked with the capacitor switches and the access doors. The
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continuous current rating of the visible-break switch is at least 1.5
times the nominal current of the capacitor and the standard rated
1 second short time current is 20 kA (sym). The switch contact
positions are visible via the clear polycarbonate barrier in the
equipment front section. If visible break switches are selected, red
GPO-3 barriers are not optional.
Control Power Transformer
Control power may be supplied by the customer or by an optional
control power transformer (CPT) with a 120 V secondary. Options
include an oil-insulated CPT with an internal weak-link and an
external fuse or a dry-type CPT with an external fuse. In order to
maintain control power in the event of a group fuse operation, the
CPT will be fused separately and connected to the source side of
any group fuses (see Figure 3). The CPT may be used for sensing
voltage for the capacitor control. If the bank is connected grounded
wye, the CPT will be connected line-to-ground. If the bank is
connected ungrounded wye or delta, the CPT will be connected lineto-line.
Capacitor Switches
Four standard options for capacitor switches are offered as follows:
1. Single-phase, oil-interruption switch (Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems Type NR oil switch)
2. Single-phase, vacuum-interruption switch (Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems Edison™ capacitor switch)
3. Three-phase, vacuum-interruption switch (Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems Type VCS-3)
4. Three-phase, vacuum contactor Rated voltage ≤ 6,900 V
For frequent switching, switching devices with vacuum interruption
are recommended. Contact the factory if the bank will be switched
back-to-back with another capacitor bank so we may size the
switching device and any necessary reactors.
Surge Arresters
Surge arresters are optional on the pad-mounted capacitor bank.
The standard offering is either an Eaton's Cooper Power Systems
UltraSIL™ Polymer-Housed VariSTAR™ or an UltraSIL PolymerHoused Evolution™ surge arrester. The arresters are electrically
connected to the internal connection of the bushing well or bushing
for the deadfront option or at the incoming NEMA® terminal for the
livefront option.
An optional Eaton's Cooper Power Systems Storm Trapper™
secondary surge arrester is also available to protect the secondary
circuit.
Capacitor Control
A capacitor control or provisions for a control (optional) may be
installed either inside or outside of the enclosure. On the outside of
the enclosure, the mounting will be on a customer specified meter
socket. On the inside of the enclosure, the control can be surface
mounted or meter socket mounted. If mounted inside the enclosure,
it will be located in the equipment front section.
For single step banks, the standard option for the capacitor control is
the Eaton's Cooper Power Systems CBC-8000 Series capacitor bank
Control.
Metal-enclosed, pad-mounted capacitor banks
Technical Data 230-55
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Incoming Bushing Wells / Bushings
Group
Capacitor
Fuse
CPT Fuse
Arrester
CurrentLimiting
Reactor
Control
Power
Transformer
Capacitor
Switch
Circuit
Breaker
To Current Sensor
Individual
Capacitor
Fuse
To Control
Terminal Strip
Capacitor
To Switches
Neutral Current Sensor
Figure 3. Typical pad-mounted capacitor bank schematic.
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Ordering information
Use the following tables to configure an Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems pad-mounted capacitor bank for proposal. Select appropriate codes. A typical configuration could look like this:
Code
Description
Table
D
Delta
1
D07
600 kvar, 12 kV, 95 kV-BIL
1C
2
Two capacitor units per phase
2
2
Double-Bushing Capacitor
3
X
Extreme Duty Capacitor Unit
4
2
Single Phase Vacuum Switch
5
N
Group fusing only
6
X
Not applicable for Delta connected banks
7
4
Deadfront with 6-200 A bushing wells for loop-feed application
8
O
Oil Insulated CPT w/Internal Weak Link Fuse & External current-limiting fuse
9
V
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems UltraSIL VariSTAR Surge Arrester
10
Y
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems Storm Trapper Secondary Surge Arrester
11
S
12-Gauge 304L Stainless Steel Sheet Metal
12
1
Guardian Green per Munsell 7.0GY3.29/1.5
13
P
Clear Polycarbonate Barriers
14
T
Tin-Plated Copper Bus
15
Y
Air-core current-limiting reactors
16
1
No Ground / Disconnect Switch
17
A
Pad-lockable pentahead-bolt doors with pull-handle
18
N
No key interlocks
19
20
1
Provisions for control (meter socket mounted on outside of cabinet)
A
200 A Bushing Well Inserts
D
Insulated Standoff Bushing w/ Stainless Steel Bracket
21
The resulting code would be D-D07-2-2-X-2-N-X-4-O-V-Y-S-1-P-T-Y-1-A-N-1-A-D. To complete the specification, state the ratings
of the surge arrester and the reactor and the control make/model and meter socket/surface mount configurations and other
options such as neutral current sensor.
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Table 1. Bank Configuration*
Code
Description
G
Grounded Wye
U
Ungrounded Wye
D
Delta
* Select the code for the bank configuration from the above table
and then a 3-digit code corresponding to the rated voltage, BIL,
and three-phase kvar from the tables below for the bank connection desired.
Table 1A. Nominal Voltage/BIL/kvar for Grounded Wye Capacitor Banks
Three-Phase kvar at Nominal System Voltage
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
150
300
450
600
900
1200
1500
1800
2400
3000
3600
2.40
60
A01
B01
C01
D01
F01
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4.16
60
A02
B02
C02
D02
F02
H02
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4.80
60
A03
B03
C03
D03
F03
H03
J03
L03
N/A
N/A
N/A
6.90
60
A04
B04
C04
D04
F04
H04
J04
L04
P04
N/A
N/A
7.20
60
A05
B05
C05
D05
F05
H05
J05
L05
P05
N/A
N/A
8.32
75
A06
B06
C06
D06
F06
H06
J06
L06
P06
T06
N/A
12.00
95
A07
B07
C07
D07
F07
H07
J07
L07
P07
T07
X07
12.00
110
A08
B08
C08
D08
F08
H08
J08
L08
P08
T08
X08
12.47
95
A09
B09
C09
D09
F09
H09
J09
L09
P09
T09
X09
12.47
110
A10
B10
C10
D10
F10
H10
J10
L10
P10
T10
X10
13.20
95
A11
B11
C11
D11
F11
H11
J11
L11
P11
T11
X11
13.20
110
A12
B12
C12
D12
F12
H12
J12
L12
P12
T12
X12
13.80
95
A13
B13
C13
D13
F13
H13
J13
L13
P13
T13
X13
13.80
110
A14
B14
C14
D14
F14
H14
J14
L14
P14
T14
X14
14.40
95
A15
B15
C15
D15
F15
H15
J15
L15
P15
T15
X15
14.40
110
A16
B16
C16
D16
F16
H16
J16
L16
P16
T16
X16
20.78
125
A17
B17
C17
D17
F17
H17
J17
L17
P17
T17
X17
20.78
150
A18
B18
C18
D18
F18
H18
J18
L18
P18
T18
X18
22.86
125
A19
B19
C19
D19
F19
H19
J19
L19
P19
T19
X19
22.86
150
A20
B20
C20
D20
F20
H20
J20
L20
P20
T20
X20
23.00
125
A21
B21
C21
D21
F21
H21
J21
L21
P21
T21
X21
23.00
150
A22
B22
C22
D22
F22
H22
J22
L22
P22
T22
X22
23.90
125
A23
B23
C23
D23
F23
H23
J23
L23
P23
T23
X23
23.90
150
A24
B24
C24
D24
F24
H24
J24
L24
P24
T24
X24
24.94
125
A25
B25
C25
D25
F25
H25
J25
L25
P25
T25
X25
24.94
150
A26
B26
C26
D26
F26
H26
J26
L26
P26
T26
X26
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Table 1B. Nominal Voltage/BIL/kvar for Ungrounded Wye Capacitor Banks
Three-Phase kvar at Nominal System Voltage
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
300
600
900
1200
1800
2400
3000
3600
2.40
60
B01
D01
F01
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4.16
60
B02
D02
F02
H02
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4.80
60
B03
D03
F03
H03
L03
N/A
N/A
N/A
6.90
60
B04
D04
F04
H04
L04
P04
N/A
N/A
7.20
60
B05
D05
F05
H05
L05
P05
N/A
N/A
8.32
75
B06
D06
F06
H06
L06
P06
T06
N/A
12.00
95
B07
D07
F07
H07
L07
P07
T07
X07
12.00
110
B08
D08
F08
H08
L08
P08
T08
X08
12.47
95
B09
D09
F09
H09
L09
P09
T09
X09
12.47
110
B10
D10
F10
H10
L10
P10
T10
X10
13.20
95
B11
D11
F11
H11
L11
P11
T11
X11
13.20
110
B12
D12
F12
H12
L12
P12
T12
X12
13.80
95
B13
D13
F13
H13
L13
P13
T13
X13
13.80
110
B14
D14
F14
H14
L14
P14
T14
X14
14.40
95
B15
D15
F15
H15
L15
P15
T15
X15
14.40
110
B16
D16
F16
H16
L16
P16
T16
X16
20.78
125
B17
D17
F17
H17
L17
P17
T17
X17
20.78
150
B18
D18
F18
H18
L18
P18
T18
X18
22.86
125
B19
D19
F19
H19
L19
P19
T19
X19
22.86
150
B20
D20
F20
H20
L20
P20
T20
X20
23.00
125
B21
D21
F21
H21
L21
P21
T21
X21
23.00
150
B22
D22
F22
H22
L22
P22
T22
X22
23.90
125
B23
D23
F23
H23
L23
P23
T23
X23
23.90
150
B24
D24
F24
H24
L24
P24
T24
X24
24.94
125
B25
D25
F25
H25
L25
P25
T25
X25
24.94
150
B26
D26
F26
H26
L26
P26
T26
X26
Table 1C. Nominal Voltage/BIL/kvar for Delta Capacitor Banks
Three-Phase kvar at Nominal System Voltage
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
150
300
450
600
900
1200
1500
1800
2400
3000
3600
2.40
60
A01
B01
C01
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A01
4.16
60
A02
B02
C02
D02
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A02
4.80
60
A03
B03
C03
D03
F03
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A03
6.90
60
A04
B04
C04
D04
F04
H04
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A04
7.20
60
A05
B05
C05
D05
F05
H05
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A05
8.32
75
A06
B06
C06
D06
F06
H06
J06
N/A
N/A
N/A
A06
12.00
95
A07
B07
C07
D07
F07
H07
J07
L07
N/A
N/A
A07
12.00
110
A08
B08
C08
D08
F08
H08
J08
L08
N/A
N/A
A08
12.47
95
A09
B09
C09
D09
F09
H09
J09
L09
N/A
N/A
A09
12.47
110
A10
B10
C10
D10
F10
H10
J10
L10
P10
N/A
A10
13.20
95
A11
B11
C11
D11
F11
H11
J11
L11
P11
T11
A11
13.20
110
A12
B12
C12
D12
F12
H12
J12
L12
P12
T12
A12
13.80
95
A13
B13
C13
D13
F13
H13
J13
L13
P13
T13
A13
13.80
110
A14
B14
C14
D14
F14
H14
J14
L14
P14
T14
A14
14.40
95
A15
B15
C15
D15
F15
H15
J15
L15
P15
T15
A15
14.40
110
A16
B16
C16
D16
F16
H16
J16
L16
P16
T16
A16
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Table 2. Number of Capacitor Units per Phase*
Code
Description
1
One capacitor unit per phase (Only applicable from 150 kvar to 1800 kvar)
2
Two capacitor units per phase (Only applicable from 300 kvar to 3600 kvar)
* Capacitor unit kvar ratings are: 50, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600
* All capacitor units will be identical in a bank
* Ungrounded wye banks must have two (2) units per phase and each capacitor unit will be individually fused.
For bank stability with only two (2) units per phase, only the Heavy Duty and the Extreme Duty capacitors may
be selected for ungrounded banks
Table 3. Number of Capacitor Bushings
Code
Description
1
Single-Bushing Capacitor (Only for Grounded Wye Banks)
2
Double-Bushing Capacitor
Table 4. Type of Capacitor Unit*
Code
Description
S
Standard Duty
H
Heavy Duty
X
Extreme Duty
* For ungrounded wye capacitor banks, only the Heavy Duty and the Extreme Duty capacitors may be selected
to maintain bank stability in the event of an individual fuse operation
Table 5. Switch Options*
Code
Description
1
Single-Phase Oil Switch
2
Single-Phase Vacuum Switch
3
Three-Phase Vacuum Switch
4
Three-Phase Vacuum Contactor
5
Fixed Bank (No Switches)
* See Tables 5A, 5B, 5C, and 5D for the maximum bank size for each switch option
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Table 5A. Maximum Bank Size for Single-Phase Oil Switches
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
Maximum 3-Phase kvar
Bank Connection
2.40
60
600
GY, UGY or Delta
4.16
60
900
GY, UGY or Delta
4.80
60
1200
GY, UGY or Delta
6.90
60
1500
GY, UGY or Delta
7.20
60
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
8.32
75
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
12.00
95
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
12.00
110
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
12.47
95
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
12.47
110
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
13.20
95
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
13.20
110
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
13.80
95
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
13.80
110
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
14.40
95
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
14.40
110
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
20.78
125
3600
Solidly grounded wye on a solidly grounded system
22.86
125
3600
Solidly grounded wye on a solidly grounded system
23.00
125
3600
Solidly grounded wye on a solidly grounded system
23.90
125
3600
Solidly grounded wye on a solidly grounded system
24.94
125
3600
Solidly grounded wye on a solidly grounded system
Table 5B. Maximum Bank Size for Single-Phase Vacuum Switches
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
Maximum Three-Phase kvar
Bank Connection
2.40
60
600
GY, UGY or Delta
4.16
60
900
GY, UGY or Delta
4.80
60
1200
GY, UGY or Delta
6.90
60
1500
GY, UGY or Delta
7.20
60
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
8.32
75
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
12.00 to 13.80
95 to 110
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
14.40 to 24.94
95 to 150
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
Table 5C. Maximum Bank Size for Three-Phase Vacuum Switches
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
Maximum Three-Phase kvar
Bank Connection
2.40
60
1200
GY, UGY or Delta
4.16
60
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
4.80
60
2400
GY, UGY or Delta
6.90
60
3000
GY, UGY or Delta
7.20 to 24.94
60 to 150
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
Table 5D. Maximum Bank Size for Three-Phase Vacuum Contactors
NSV (kV)
BIL (kV)
Maximum Three-Phase kvar
Bank Connection
2.40
60
1800
GY, UGY or Delta
4.16
60
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
4.80
60
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
6.90
60
3600
GY, UGY or Delta
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Table 6. Individual Capacitor Fusing in Addition to Group Fusing for Grounded Wye Banks*
Code
Description
Y
Individual fusing in addition to group fusing
N
Group fusing only
* Not applicable for banks with 1 capacitor unit per phase
* Not applicable for Delta-Connected banks which are all group fused outside of the delta only
* Group fusing is standard for Grounded Wye banks with the following ratings:**
2.40 kV
150 kvar to 450 kvar
13.20 kV
150 kvar to 3,000 kvar
4.16 kV
150 kvar to 600 kvar
13.80 kV
150 kvar to 3,000 kvar
4.80 kV
150 kvar to 900 kvar
14.40 kV
150 kvar to 3,000 kvar
6.90 kV
150 kvar to 1,200 kvar
20.78 kV
150 kvar to 3600 kvar
7.20 kV
150 kvar to 1,200 kvar
22.86 kV
150 kvar to 3600 kvar
8.32 kV
150 kvar to 1,500 kvar
23.00 kV
150 kvar to 3600 kvar
12.00 kV
150 kvar to 1,800 kvar
23.90 kV
150 kvar to 2400 kvar
12.47 kV
150 kvar to 1,800 kvar
24.94 kV
150 kvar to 2400 kvar
** If the bank cannot be group fused, each capacitor unit will be individually fused.
Table 7. Group Fusing in Addition to Individual Capacitor Fusing for Ungrounded Wye
Banks*
Code
Description
Y
Group fusing in addition to individual fusing
N
Individual fusing only
X
Not applicable for Grounded Wye and Delta connected banks
* Group fusing in ungrounded wye banks are for overcurrent protection of components other than the capacitor units.
Table 8. Enclosure Configuration and Incoming Terminations*
Code
Configuration
Termination
1
Livefront
Provisions for terminating incoming cable (2-hole NEMA®)
2
Livefront
Provisions for terminating incoming cable (4-hole NEMA®)
3
Deadfront
3-200 A bushing wells for radial-tap application
4
Deadfront
6-200 A bushing wells for loop-feed application
5
Deadfront
3-600 A bushings for radial-tap application
6
Deadfront
6-600 A bushings for loop-feed application
7
Deadfront
3-1250 A bushings for radial-tap application
8
Deadfront
6-1250 A bushings for loop-feed application
* For equipment front section. The equipment rear section is livefront for ease of access to components.
Table 9. Control Power Transformer
Code
Description
N
No Control Power Transformer
O
Oil Insulated w/Internal Weak Link Fuse & External current-limiting fuse
D
Dry-Type w/External current-limiting fuse
Table 10. Surge Arrester
Code
Description
N
No Surge Arrester
V
Surge Arresters (Eaton's Cooper Power Systems UltraSIL VariSTAR)*
E
Surge Arresters (Eaton's Cooper Power Systems UltraSIL Evolution)*
* State desired rating in request for proposal
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Table 11. Secondary Surge Arrester
Code
Description
N
No Secondary Surge Arrester
Y
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems Storm Trapper Secondary Surge Arrester
Table 12. Enclosure Sheet Metal
Code
Description
M
12-Gauge Mild Steel (Standard)
S
12-Gauge 304L Stainless Steel
A
Aluminum
Table 13. Enclosure Finish
Code
Description
1
Guardian Green per Munsell 7.0GY3.29/1.5 (Standard)
2
ANSI® 70 Gray
3
ANSI® 61 Gray
Table 14. Barrier Material
Code
Description
P
Clear Polycarbonate (Standard)
G
Red GPO-3
Table 15. Buswork*
Code
Description
A
Aluminum (Standard)
T
Tim-Plated Copper
S
Silver-Plated Copper
* Ground bus is always tin-plated copper
Table 16. Reactors
Code
Description
N
No reactors
Y
Air-core current-limiting reactors (please state ratings in request for proposal)
Table 17. Visible Break / Ground Switch*
Code
Description
1
No Ground / Disconnect Switch
2
Group Operated Three-Phase Disconnect Switch
3
Group Operated Three-Phase Disconnect and 3-Pole Ground Switch
4
Group Operated Three-Phase Disconnect and 4-Pole Ground Switch
* Only available on switched banks with clear polycarbonate barrier on the equipment front section
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Table 18. Door Latching Options*
Code
Description
A
Pad-lockable pentahead-bolt doors with pull-hangle (Standard)
B
Pentahead-bolt doors with pull-handle and provision for key interlock
C
Pad-lockable Turn-handle doors
D
Turn-handle doors with provision for key interlock
* Either Door Latching Options B or D with provision for key interlock must be selected if a disconnect and ground switch is selected.
Table 19. Key Interlocks*
Code
Description
N
No key interlocks
K
Key interlocks (Mandatory with disconnect switch options)
* Interlocks are available only if a disconnect and ground switch is selected
Table 20. Capacitor Switch Control (Switched Banks Only)
Code
Description
N
No control or provisions
1
Provisions for control (meter socket mounted on outside of cabinet)*
2
Provisions for control (meter socket mounted on inside of cabinet)*
3
Provisions for control (surface mount on inside of cabinet)*
4
Capacitor Control Mounted on Outside (Meter Socket mounting only)**
5
Capacitor Control Mounted on Inside (Meter Socket or Surface Mounting)**
* State control make/model and meter socket/surface mount configurations and other customer-supplied
options such as neutral current sensor
** State control make/model and meter socket/surface mount configurations and other options such as
neutral current sensor
Table 21. Cable Accessory Options (MRP) (Select all that apply)
Code
Description
N
No MRP
A
200 A Bushing Well Inserts
B
Rotatable Feedthru Insert*
C
Insulated Bushing Well Plug*
D
Insulated Standoff Bushing w/Stainless Steel Bracket
E
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems Parking Stand Surge Arrester**
* Only for 200 A bushing wells
** Only for use with 200 A interfaces that conform to IEEE Std 386™ standard
Please supply the following additional information with your request for proposal:
•
Maximum fault current at the site of the installation
•
Any abnormal service conditions in accordance with IEEE Std 18™ standard.
•
Isolated or paralleled bank. If paralleled:
1. How many other banks?
2. What kvar sizes?
3. How close are the banks together?
4. What are the ratings of any current limiting reactors?
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Additional information
Refer to the following reference literature for application recommendations:
S230-55-1, Pad-mounted, Metal-enclosed Capacitor Banks
Installation Instructions
B230-12059, Meet Higher Power Quality, Efficiency, Increased
Safety and Improved Reliability Demands
230-70, Metal-enclosed Capacitor Banks
B230-14052, Meet Higher Power Quality, Efficiency, Safety and
Reliability Demands
S230-70-1, Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Banks Installation Instructions
230-50, Edison Single-Phase Capacitor Switch
95011, VCS-3 Three-Phase Vacuum Capacitor Switch
230-60, Types NR and NRV Single-Phase Capacitor Switch
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Supersedes 260-20, October 2003
Electrically operated Type NR oil
switch
General
Cooper Power Systems offers the Type NR Oil
Switch for switching inductive and capacitor
currents, to meet the requirements of a wide
range of applications. This switch is an electrically
operated, single-phase switch. The switch also
includes an operating handle for switch position
indication or manual operation. The normal
operation of this switch is managed with an
electric motor requiring low-voltage input. Cooper
Power Systems offers two options for the electric
motor, either 120 Vac, 60 Hz or 240 Vac, 60 Hz.
The switch operation can be managed remotely,
via electrical or electronic controls, or manually at
the installation site when needed.
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Electrically operated Type NR oil switch
Effective October 2013
LIFTING STRAP
convenient for hoisting entire switch or for lifting
mechanism from tank
BUSHING TERMINALS
accept No. 8 through 2/0 copper or
aluminum conductors, either vertically or
horizontally
BUSHINGS
wet-process porcelain with
light-gray glaze. Munsell
Gray 70
SLEET HOOD
protects manual operating handle: switch data
permanently affixed on
nameplate
ACTUATOR HOUSING
completely weatherproof, houses the
motor-driven mechanism for electrically opening and closing the switch
OPERATING HANDLE
allows hookstick operation and serves
as contact position indicator
O-RING GASKET
in confined assembly provides weatherproof head-tank seal
STATIONARY CONTACTS
have large current exchange surfaces
and durable arcing tips, accessible for
easy inspection or cleaning
Figure 1. Untanked Type NR oil switch.
Description
The Type NR oil switch is a single-phase device for use on
distribution circuits. Compact design makes these switches ideal
for use on capacitor banks, especially pole-top installations. These
switches are electrically operated and can be controlled by various
electrical or electronic devices. An operating handle, which also
serves as a contact position indicator, is provided for manually
opening and closing the switch.
Note: The Type NR oil switch may not be manually closed into a faulted line.
The making current rating to these switches applies to electrical operation
only.
Capacitor bank switching
The standard Type NR single-phase oil switch is rated at 15.0 kV / 95
kV BIL and is capable of switching three-phase capacitor banks up to
3600 kVAR on 14.4 kV systems; with three (3) switches controlled
by customer. Choosing the 125 kV BIL option enables switching
solidly grounded capacitor banks up to 6400 kVAR on multigrounded
wye systems up to 14.4 / 24.9 kV; with three (3) switches controlled
by customer.
The 22.0 kV / 125 kV BIL version of the Type NR oil switch can switch
solidly grounded three-phase capacitor banks up to 2700 kVAR on
20 / 34.5 kV multigrounded-wye systems; with three (3) switches
controlled by customer.
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Table 1. Summary of Ratings
Switch
Type
NR
NRV
Application
General Purpose Duty
Maximum
Operating Voltage
(kV)
Rated Switching
Current
(A)
15.0
200*
22.0
60
* General purpose duty switches are rated for both capacitive and inductive current switching
applications.
Operation
With switch contacts closed, selecting the "OPEN SWITCH", or
similar, position in the switch controls energizes the switch open
contacts on the electric motor. Through a gear and lever system, this
releases a toggle which allows pre-loaded opening springs to snap
open the switch contacts; loads a heavy spring in preparation for a
closing operation; positions selector switch contacts so that only
the closing circuit can subsequently be energized; and interrupts the
electric motor operating current when the first three functions have
been completed. The opening circuit must remain energized for 4.0
seconds.
Similarly, selecting the "CLOSE SWITCH", or similar, position in the
switch controls energizes the switch close contacts on the electric
motor. This releases the closing spring to close switch contacts and
load opening springs; positions selector switch contacts for the
subsequent opening signal, then interrupts the operating electric
motor current. The closing circuit must remain energized for 0.5
seconds.
Electrically operated Type NR oil switch
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Table 2. Ratings and Specifications
Description
Standard
15 kV with
17" Creepage
15 kV with
125 kV BIL
22 kV
Maximum Design Voltage, kV
15.0
15.0
15.0
22.0
Nominal Operating Voltage, kV
2.4-14.4
2.4-14.4
2.4-14.4
20.0
Basic Insulation Level (BIL), kV
95
95
125
125
60 Hertz Withstand Voltage, kV
Dry, One Minute
Wet, Ten seconds
35
30
35
30
42
36
60
50
Continuous Current Rating, Amps
200
200
200
60
Load Interrupting Ability (Inductive), Symmetric Amps
75-100% power factor
50-75% power factor
< 50% power factor
200
100
50A
200
100
50A
200
100
50A
60
60
60
Maximum Capacitive Current, Amps (parallel bank-max)
200
200
200*
60*
High Frequency Transient Current, Amps
12000
12000
12000
12000
Transient Frequency, Hz
6000
6000
6000
6000
High Frequency Damping Factor
.40-.55
.40-.55
.40-.55
.40-.55
Momentary Rating, Amps asym.
9000
9000
9000
9000
Short Time Current Amps
1/2 second,sym.
1 second, sym.
6000
4500
6000
4500
6000
4500
6000
4500
Close and Latch Rating, Amps asym.
9000
9000
9000
9000
*The 125 kV BIL switch and the 22.0 kV switch are rated for single bank switching only.
Table 3. Electrical Data (Control)
Description
Rating
Nominal operating voltage (50/60 Hz only) (Vac)
120
240
Operating voltage range (Vac)
95-130
190-260
Closing-motor current (A)
1.9
.7
Switch response time, opening (sec)
4.0
4.0
Switch response time, closing (sec)
0.5
0.5
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Ordering information
When ordering the Type NR electrically operated oil switch specify
the Voltage Rating from Table 4. The basic Type NR oil switch is
designed with a maximum operating voltage of 15.0 kV L-L with
a continuous current rating of 200 A. The Type NRV oil switch is
designed with a maximum operating voltage of 22.0 kV with a
continuous current rating of 60 A.
Table 4. Basic NR and NRV Oil Switches
Description
Nominal/
Maximum
Voltage (kV)
Continuous
Current (A)
Switch BIL
(kV)
Type NR Oil Switch
14.4/15.0
200
95*
Type NRV Oil Switch
20.0
60
125
* 125 kV BIL option available for standard NR oil switch
Control voltage requirements
Specify the Type NR motor control voltage from Table 5. The Type
NR oil switch is supplied with a 120 Vac motor control voltage as
standard.
Table 5. NR / NRV Motor Control Voltage
Description
120 Vac Actuating Motor (Standard)
240 Vac Actuating Motor
Insulation and creep requirements
Specify the NR oil switch insulation level and porcelain insulator
creep using Table 6. The NR oil switch is designed with 95 kV BIL
insulation level as a standard option with a porcelain bushing having
12 inches of creep. The 95 kV BIL insulation level is only available in
the NR oil switch. The NRV oil switch has an insulation level of 125
kV BIL and a porcelain bushing with 17.0" of creep as a standard
offering.
Table 6. NR / NRV Switch BIL & Bushing Creep*
Description
Rating (kV)
BIL (kV)
Bushing Creep (in)
NR Oil Switch
15.0
95
12.0
NR Oil Switch
15.0
95
17.0
NR Oil Switch
15.0
125
16.0
NRV Oil Switch
22.0
125
17.0
*Reference Figure 4 on page 9 for outline dimensions of the extra creep bushing"
Specialized tank requirements
Specify the required NR tank option from Table 7. The standard
tank is manufactured from a mild formed steel and painted to
protect against the environment. There are available options for zinc
plating and stainless steel tanks for highly corrosive and salt-fog
contaminated environments.
Table 7. NR / NRV Tank Options
Description
Standard Tank
Stainless Steel Tank
Zinc Plated Tank
Surge protection requirements
There is an available option for a factory-installed 120 Vac low
voltage surge arrester to protect the motor control circuit from
damaging effects of lightning. The arrester rating is determined
by the motor control voltage. Contact the factory if a 240 Vac low
voltage arrester is required.
Switch Rating (kV)
15.0
22.0
15.0
22.0
15.0
22.0
Table 8. NR / NRV Low Voltage Arrester
Description
None (Std)
120 Vac Surge Arrester (Factory Installed)
* Determined by motor control voltage
Auxiliary switch requirements
Specify the Auxiliary switch from Table 9 if necessary for the
switching application. The Auxiliary switch is a SPDT switch, which
allows the user to remotely obtain the close or open position of the
Type NR oil switch.
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Table 9. NR / NRV Auxiliary Switch
Description
None (Std)
Auxiliary Switch
Electrically operated Type NR oil switch
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Hold switch requirements
Table 10. NR / NRV Hold Switch
Specify the Hold switch from Table 10 if necessary for the
application. The close or open signals supplied to the Type NR oil
switch must be applied for a minimum of 4.5 seconds. Specify
the Hold switch option from Table 10 if the capacitor switching
application requires a signal for less than 4.5 seconds. The close or
open signal has to be applied for 1 second for proper operation of
the Type NR oil switch.
Receptacle assembly requirements
Description
None (Std)
Hold Switch
Table 11. Factory-wired Receptacles
Specify the type of receptacle from Table 11 for the switching
application. The receptacle assemblies are mounted in the bottom
of the actuator housing and provide a convenient, weather-proof
connection to switch the control circuits. Receptacles are supplied
with 5-pin. 3-conductor or 6-pin, 6-conductor configurations.
Reference Figure 2 for 5-pin or 6-pin receptacle orientations.
Consult the factory for additional receptacle options.
Description
5-pin/3-conductor receptacle for standard three-wire control
6-pin/6-conductor receptacle for auxiliary switch
* Consult factory for available receptacle options
KEY
F
E
A
D
C
B
5-pin
Receptacle
E
A
D
B
C
6-pin
Receptacle
Figure 2. Receptacle assembly schematic.
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Mating plug & conductor cable requirements
Table 12. Mating Plug and Conductor Cable Options
Specify the type of mating plug and conductor cable configuration
and length from Table 12 if required for the switching application.
Description
Catalog Number
5-pin plugs accommodate up to 12 AWG wire and 0.375-0.500 inch
O.D cables to allow connection to the 5-pin receptacle.
5-Pin Mating Plug
CCR010P1
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (6 ft)
CCR003P6
6-pin plugs accommodate up to 16 AWG wire and 0.500-0.625 inch
O.D cables to allow connection to 6-pin receptacles. The number of
conductors tabulated for the receptacles in Table 12 above indicates
the number of pins wired to the actuator terminal strip. Mating plugs
are available as an accessory and should be ordered separately.
Consult the factory for additional mating plug and conductor cable
options.
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (8 ft)
CCR003P8
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (10 ft)
CCR003P10
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (12 ft)
CCR003P12
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (14 ft)
CCR003P14
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (16 ft)
CCR003P16
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (18 ft)
CCR003P18
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (20 ft)
CCR003P20
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (22 ft)
CCR003P22
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (24 ft)
CCR003P24
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (26 ft)
CCR003P26
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (28 ft)
CCR003P28
5-Pin / 3-Conductor Cable (36 ft)
CCR003P36
6-Pin Mating Plug
CCR009P1
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (6 ft)
CCR006P6
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (8 ft)
CCR006P8
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (10 ft)
CCR006P10
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (12 ft)
CCR006P12
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (14 ft)
CCR006P14
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (16 ft)
CCR006P16
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (18 ft)
CCR006P18
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (20 ft)
CCR006P20
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (22 ft)
CCR006P22
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (24 ft)
CCR006P24
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (26 ft)
CCR006P26
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (28 ft)
CCR006P28
6-Pin / 6-Conductor Cable (36 ft)
CCR006P36
* Consult factory for additional Conductor Cable options
Wildlife protector requirements
Select required wildlife protectors based on the Type NR switch
being ordered for the application. Wildlife protectors protect the
energized terminals of the Type NR switch from incidental contact
from wildlife, tree branches or line crews performed routine
maintenance of overhead equipment. Wildlife protectors must be
ordered in a quantity of 2.
Table 13. Wildlife Protectors for Terminal Bushings
Description
Catalog Number
None (Std)
–
Wildlife Protectors (95 kV BIL Only)*
CCM32A1
Wildlife Protectors (125 kV BIL only)*
CCM33A1
* Must be ordered in a quantity of (2)
Mounting option requirements
Select the Type NR oil switch mounting method from Table 14. The
standard Type NR switch is supplied with an integral bracket, which
is used for pole-mounting or capacitor rack applications. A NEMA®style bracket is available for cross-arm applications.
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Table 14. Mounting Options
Description
Catalog Number
None (Std)
–
NEMA® X-Arm Brkt
HA00039
Electrically operated Type NR oil switch
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Standard Type NR Oil Switch Catalog Number Configuration
The standard Type NR and NRV configurations are provided below. If you need Engineered To Order (ETO) models, please
contact Eaton's Cooper Power Systems for details.
Type NR (15.0 kV)
Type NRV (22.0 kV)
CCM75B2-G
CCM17B2-G
Table 4-Switch Type
Table 4-Switch Type
NR (15 kV)
NRV (22.0 kV)
Table 5-Control Motor
Table 5-Control Motor
120 Vac (Std)
120 Vac (Std)
Table 6-BIL & Creep*
Table 6-BIL & Creep*
95 kV BIL (15.0 kV Only)
125 kV BIL
Table 7-Tank Options
Table 7-Tank Options
Standard Tank
Standard Tank
Table 8-LV Surge Arrester
Table 8-LV Surge Arrester
None (Std)
None (Std)
Table 9-Auxiliary Switch
Table 9-Auxiliary Switch
None (Std)
None (Std)
Table 10-Hold Switch
Table 10-Hold Switch
None (Std)
None (Std)
Table 11-Receptacle
Table 11-Receptacle
5 -Pin / 3-Conductor (Std)
5 Pin / 3-Conductor (Std)
Table 12-Plug & Cable
Table 12-Plug & Cable
None (Std)
None (Std)
Table 13-Bird Guards
Table 13-Bird Guards
W/O Bird Guards (Std)
W/O Bird Guards (Std)
Table 14-Mounting Options
Table 14-Mounting Options
None (Std)
None (Std)
*Reference Figure 3 on page 8 for NR oil switch outline dimensions
*Reference Figure 5 on page 10 for NRV outline dimensions
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5.62
2.75
13.88
#8 SOLID TO #2/0 STRD
BUSHING TERMINAL CABLE RANGE
8.25
GROUND CONNECTOR
#10 SOLID TO #2 STRD
4.5
7.38
SUPPORT LUG FOR
5/8” POLE BOLT
12.00
20.13
5.5
1.25
10.75
2.0
1.25
8.0
4.75
1.5
Ø1.38 HOLE
Ø.44 HOLES (4)
Ø7.12
Ø1.06 OPENING
FOR FACTORY-WIRED RECEPTACLE
Figure 3. Outline dimensions of 95 kV BIL Type NR oil switch with standard bushings, (15.0 kV Rating ONLY).
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5.62
2.75
13.88
#8 SOLID TO #2/0 STRD
BUSHING TERMINAL CABLE RANGE
8.25
GROUND CONNECTOR
#10 SOLID TO #2 STRD
4.5
7.88
SUPPORT LUG FOR
5/8” POLE BOLT
14.25
1.25
22.38
5.5
10.75
2.0
1.25
8.0
4.75
1.5
Ø1.38 HOLE
Ø.44 HOLES (4)
Ø7.12
Ø1.06 OPENING
FOR FACTORY-WIRED RECEPTACLE
Figure 4. Outline dimensions of 95 kV BIL Type NR oil switch with 17" creepage bushings, (15.0 kV Rating ONLY).
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1.31
5.62
2.75
13.88
#8 SOLID TO #2/0 STRD
BUSHING TERMINAL CABLE RANGE
GROUND CONNECTOR
#10 SOLID TO #2 STRD
12.63
8.25
4.5
1.2
SUPPORT LUG FOR
5/8” POLE BOLT
14.5
13.3
22.5
5.5
1.25
10.75
2.0
1.25
8.0
4.75
1.5
Ø1.38 HOLE
Ø7.12
Ø.44 HOLES (4)
Ø1.06 OPENING
FOR FACTORY-WIRED RECEPTACLE
Figure 5. Outline dimensions of 125 kV BIL Type NR oil switch (15.0 and 22.0 kV).
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Technical Data 230-70
Effective April 2014
New Issue
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks
General
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks feature the latest
capacitor technology from Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems based on over 70 years of experience in
design and manufacture of power capacitors. The
capacitor banks are designed to meet or exceed
all applicable ANSI®, IEEE®, NEMA®, NEC®,
and IEC® standards. Metal-enclosed capacitor
banks from Eaton's Cooper Power Systems
are engineered-to-order to meet customer
system requirements and indoor or outdoor
site conditions. Metal-enclosed banks are fully
assembled and tested which significantly reduces
site installation costs and time. Custom designs
are available for utility, commercial, and industrial
applications globally. The banks can be designed
to the requirements of IEEE Std 693™-2005 for
seismic conditions.
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks–the sustainable
solution–improve efficiency in the power system
by reducing losses from point of application to
the generator, saving money and decreasing CO2
emissions. Capacitor banks also improve power
quality by supporting voltage and mitigating
harmonic issues–when applied as harmonic filters.
Metal-enclosed banks are typically* offered in the
following ratings:
• 2.4 kV to 38.0 kV
• -50 °C to +55 °C (-58 °F to +131 °F)
• Up to 200 kV BIL
• Up to 63 kA (sym)
Metal-enclosed designs are available as singlestep, multi-stepped, de-tuned, and with harmonic
filtering. Compared to traditional open rack
substation designs, metal-enclosed banks can
provide the same benefit but within a smaller
footprint.
*Consult factory for special ratings or design considerations
not included above.
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Metal-enclosed capacitor banks
Effective April 2014
Metal-enclosed capacitor bank features
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems exclusive all-film, extended foil/
mechanically connected capacitors provide:
• Low dielectric losses (0.05 watts/kvar)
remotely, or automatically on voltage, vars, current, temperature
and time control. Remote switching can be easily integrated into
advance automation schemes such as Eaton's Cooper Power
Systems Yukon™ Integrated Volt/VAR Control Application, SCADA,
Distribution Management System, or on-site DCS system.
• Superior electrical performance and reliability
Protection and control equipment is fully assembled, tested and can
include (but not limited) to the following:
• Proprietary Edisol™ VI, dielectric fluid that provides the best
balance between low and high ambient temperature operation
• Manual and automatic control
Three capacitor duty options are provided depending on the
customer’s application needs:
• Protective relaying
• Standard-Duty Capacitor
• Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEEE Std 18™-2002
standard
• Capacitor unbalance detection
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEC 60871-1
•
10 kA tank rupture curve coordination
• Heavy-Duty Capacitor
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEEE Std 18™-2012
standard
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of CAN/CSA-C60871-1
•
125% continuous overvoltage capability 10 kA tank rupture
curve coordination
• Extreme-Duty Capacitor
•
Meets all of the requirements of IEEE Std 18™-2012 standard
•
Meets all of the requirements of CAN/CSA-C60871-1
•
Meets or exceeds the requirements of IEC 60871-1, 2 for
-50 °C to +55 °C
•
125% continuous overvoltage capability
•
Eaton's Cooper Power Systems exclusive 15 kA tank rupture
curve coordination
•
15% higher routine test voltages
• Internally fused capacitors
•
Meets all of the requirements of IEEE Std 18™-2012 standard
•
CLEANBREAK™ element fusing system
Construction features of Eaton's Cooper Power Systems power
capacitors include:
• Mechanical crimping connection system (exclusive to Eaton's
Cooper Power Systems). Provides solderless internal connections
that eliminate localized heating and cold solder joints.
• Stainless steel tank with light gray finish for resistance to
severely corrosive atmospheres. Tank is finished with an epoxy
primer and a urethane topcoat coating system. This system has
been tested to IEEE Std C57.12.31™-2010 and the IEEE Std
C57.12.29™-2005 standards.
• Light-gray, porcelain bushings are blazed for high strength and
durability and hermetically sealed to the capacitor tank.
Protection and control
Protection and control requirements are often unique to each
customer and application. Eaton's Cooper Power Systems can
provide complete protection and control systems designed to
operate independently and/or integrate with the customer’s
protection and control scheme. Control panels can be integrated
as part of the bank enclosure or provided separately for mounting
inside a remote control room.
Intelligent automatic capacitor step controllers can be provided
to select which steps to switch on or off to optimize system
performance. Controllers can be provided to switch manually,
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• Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
• Annunciation panel
• Fusing with blown fuse detection
• Coordination with upstream protective devices
• Safety interlocking
• Temperature, humidity, and condensation control
• Timers and auxiliary equipment
Installation, maintenance and reliability
Metal-enclosed banks are fully assembled and tested at the
factory before delivery to the site. Compared to typical open air
racks the site preparation, engineering time, installation time, and
commissioning time can be greatly reduced.
The banks are low profile and easily accessible to field maintenance
crews. Performing routine maintenance is easier since heavy
equipment is not required to maintain the banks and crews can
access equipment from the ground.
Metal-enclosed banks are commonly used in areas where wildlife
related outages is a concern, in highly corrosive or contaminated site
locations or when environmental conditions are an issue. Depending
on the degree of protection specified the metal enclosure can offer
protection for electrical equipment from these potential hazards
which increase reliability.
Harmonic filters
In locations where harmonic producing loads are a concern
metal-enclosed de-tuning or harmonic filter banks are becoming
a preferred solution due to the reduced installation time and
significant space savings compared to traditional open rack filters.
Air core reactors are commonly used to mitigate back-to-back
switching transients; however when rated for tuning, air core
reactors can require large magnetic field clearances which can
greatly increase the size of the enclosure.
As an alternative, iron core reactors can be used in place of air core
reactors due to the high permeability of the iron core which confines
the magnetic field.
Multiple-step capacitor banks
Metal-enclosed banks can be provided as a single-step or with
multiple steps for optimal flexibility. Electric systems often
need versatile solutions to meet the demands of the system's
requirements. Utilizing multi-step banks offer flexibility and significant
space savings. Multi-step banks using different rated var steps offer
even more versatility due to the different var stage combinations
available.
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks
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Enclosure
Ordering information
The enclosure is a self-supporting structure manufactured of
12-gauge mild steel (standard). Aluminum 304L and 316L stainless
steel are available as options. Structures are typically mounted on a
heavy-duty rectangular steel channel base with an open bottom for
mounting on a concrete pad. Each enclosure is finished in ANSI® 70
Gray or Guardian Green conforming to Munsell 7.0GY3.29/1.5. Other
colors are available upon request. The coating is tested to IEEE Std
C57.12.28™-2005 standard, including ASTM B1117 1000-hour 5%
salt spray corrosion test, ASTM D2247 1000-hour humidity test,
ASTM G53 500-hour ultraviolet accelerated weathering test, and
ASTM D2794 impact testing.
When ordering substation metal-enclosed banks, or when
requesting proposals, please specify the following:
Accessories
2.
1.
System information
A. Nominal operating voltage
B. Maximum operating voltage
C. System BIL
D. System frequency
E. System connection; solidly-grounded, ungrounded, etc.
F. Available fault current, magnitude and duration
Var requirements
The following accessories can be provided and installed with the
capacitor banks:
A. Desired total three-phase kvar
1.
Protection and control equipment including instrument
transformers
C. System study to be performed by Eaton (consult factory for
details)
2.
Control power transformer
3.
Isolating and grounding switches
4.
Switching devices/circuit breakers
5.
Interlocks
6.
Surge arresters
7.
Reactors for current-limiting, de-tuning or harmonic filtering
8.
Fusing (externally or internally fused)
9.
Resistors for harmonic filtering
B. Desired total three-phase kvar per step (multiple-step banks)
3.
Capacitors
A. Type of Duty – Heavy-Duty is recommended (consult factory
for details)
B. Special requirements, if any, such as preferred voltage rating,
kvar rating, number of bushings, or extra creepage
C. Capacitor connection; grounded-wye, ungrounded-wye, splitwye, delta
D. Capacitor fusing; externally fused, fuseless, internally fused
4.
10. Discharge coils
Enclosure construction
A. Color of enclosure, or non-painted
11. Temperature and condensation control equipment
B. Type of enclosure, mild-carbon steel, 304SS, 316SS,
aluminum; 12-gauge, mild carbon steel (standard), specify all
enclosure construction requirements
12. Fire Protection
13. Removable lifting eyes
C. Maximum or preferred enclosure dimensions
D. Seismic, wind, snow loading conditions
E. Environmental conditions, e.g. contamination, temperature,
coastal, elevation
5.
Accessories and miscellaneous details
A. See Accessories previously listed.
B. Applicable standards
6.
De-tuning and harmonic filtering
A. Harmonic Current Spectrum and Study if available
B. Preferred equipment ratings if available
C. Desired tuning frequency
D. Desired effective output kvar (per step)
E. Number of steps
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Technical Data 230-70
Metal-enclosed capacitor banks
Effective April 2014
Additional information
Refer to the following literature for application recommendations.
S230-70-1
Metal-Enclosed Capacitor Bank Installation Instructions
230-55
Metal-Enclosed, Pad-Mounted Capacitor Banks
230-10
Medium Voltage, Standard-Duty, Heavy-Duty, and
Extreme-Duty, Single-Phase, Unfused Capacitor Units
and Accessories
230-12
Single-phase Internally Fused Capacitor Units
B230-14052 Meet Higher Power Quality, Efficiency, Safety and
Reliability Demands
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