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    1. 1. Network Power ASC Power Technologies FUNDAMENTALS of POWER SWITCHING
    2. 2. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 ...Who is ASCO? Founded 1888, First Commercial Power Transfer Switch 1920 No. 1 Worldwide Manufacturer of Power Transfer Switches No. 1 North American Critical Power Control Systems / Switchgear Manufacturer No. 1 Power Transfer / Control Services Organization 600 Thousand Square Feet of Switch Mfg. Floor Space- Worldwide 1200 Employees Worldwide ISO 9001 Since 1990
    3. 3. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 Core Competencies Design/Develop & Manufacture Electrically Driven, Mechanically Held Power Switching Devices Design/Develop Electronic/Digital Controllers Design/Develop Communications Software
    4. 4. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 Innovations & Market Leadership Market An ATS (1920) Single Solenoid Design WCR Capabilities Overlapping Neutral Inphase Monitor Modular Construction Solid State Control Panels Microprocessor Controller 1 Way Bypass Switch 2 Way Bypass Switch Draw-out ATS w/Bypass- Isolation Closed Transition Delayed Transition High Speed Switches DC Switches Communications Network Supervisor Event/Historical Log Remote Communications Hybrid/Static 20ms Switches First to:First to:
    5. 5. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO ATS Engineering Cycle 5 Years – White Board to Production 3 Years 1990 200520001995 “G” 1992 – 1997 3000 – 1600 ampere “J” 1994 – 2006 600 – 1000 ampere “H” 1997 – 2002 1200 – 600 ampere 35 KA 50 KA 100 KA 3 CYCLE / ANY BREAKER WCR RATINGS @ 600 V
    6. 6. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Domestic Sales Office Locations Western EasternMidwest Southeast Key to Regions ASCO District Office Rep Offices 100 Sales / Tech Personnel 80% Degreed Engineers Electrical & Mechanical
    7. 7. ASCO Services, Inc. 30 Locations 69 Field Service Techs 36 Sales & Support Personnel Emerson Services 40 Locations 500 Associates Certified Service Centers 4 locations 17 Field Service TechsF ASCO Services, Inc. Future ASI LocationsFuture ASI Locations Emerson Services Certified Service Centers F F F F F Service Locations - ASCO & Emerson Service “Partnership” Agreements Component Level Upgrades Project Level Modifications Electrical Solution Provider Remote-Site 7x24x365 Monitoring Operational Product Training Product Commissioning Warranty Service Replacement Parts General P & M Service Solutions Services
    8. 8. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 Market Position / Preference Studies First Choice Preference Power Transfer Switches Consulting / Specifying Engineer 41.3% 24.3% 10.6% 7.4% 5.8% 4.8% 1.6% - - Sources: Consulting / Specifying Engineer Magazine E.C.& M Magazine Building Operating Management Magazine Buildings Magazine 4 Cutler Hammer Onan Russelectric Kohler Zenith Generac Square ‘D’ Cat EC & M Magazine 43.9% 4.5% 9.1% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% - 15.2% - Building Operating Management 27.9% 16.2% 14% 14% 11.6% 7% 9.3% - - Buildings Magazine 33% - 13% 15% 9% 12% - - -
    9. 9. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Power Switching & Control Market 100% 80 60 40 20 0 Critical Power Transfer Switches Packaged Power Transfer Switches ASCO Kohler VA Cummins Eaton / CH Generac GE / Zenith Other ASCO Russelectric Cummins GE / Zenith Other Health Care Financial / Data Centers ATS, Bypass, Specials ASCO Cummins GE / Zenith Generac Russelectric $$ Units 85,000 Eaton / CH OtherKohler uses ASCO No New ATS in >10 years Uses breakers Uses Asian contactors Uses GE breaker parts Sold to GE in 1999…???
    10. 10. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Transfer switch in a system Utility Service 1200 KW Load
    11. 11. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Utility Outage Sequence Momentary Outage Timer set at 1-3 seconds Start Engine Transfer to Engine after up to voltage and frequency Must transfer within 10 seconds for life safety Sense the return of normal voltage Transfer to normal timer set at 30 minutes Transfer to normal Engine cool down set at 5 minutes
    12. 12. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Critical & Packaged Power Applications Single Transfer Switch (Series 300 or 165) Single Engine-Generator Set Multiple Gensets Power Control System Information Network Multiple Transfer Switches Critical Power Packaged Power
    13. 13. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Packaged Power Series 300 Inexpensive Transfer Switch Solution “I need a basic switch” customer solution Standardized product with limited optional accessories Two position switch only Many sizes In stock
    14. 14. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 Power Switching Solutions 30 - 4000 Amps Automatic Transfer Switch (7000 SERIES) Closed Transition Switch 7000 series Automatic Transfer Bypass/Isolation Switch 7000 Series OTTS/CTTS/DTTS Delay Transition Transfer Switch 7000 Series
    15. 15. Network Power ASC Power Technologies AGENDA Background of ASCO Power Technologies ATS Overview Fundamentals of Power Switching
    16. 16. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Transfer Switch & Circuit Breakers An automatic transfer switch is designed for connecting a critical load between 2 dissimilar power sources (that can be up to 180 degrees out of phase) when either source is not acceptable. A circuit breaker’s designed function is to disconnect the circuit (conductors) and the load from the power source under overcurrent conditions.
    17. 17. Network Power ASC Power Technologies The Special Nature of Transfer Switches Seven FunctionsSeven Functions Carry Current ContinuouslyCarry Current Continuously Withstand Fault CurrentWithstand Fault Current Detect Power FailuresDetect Power Failures Initiate Alternate SourceInitiate Alternate Source Transfer LoadTransfer Load Sense Restoration of NormalSense Restoration of Normal Retransfer LoadRetransfer Load
    18. 18. Network Power ASC Power Technologies The Special Nature of Transfer Switches Design Considerations Switching MechanismSwitching Mechanism Separation of SourcesSeparation of Sources Interrupting CapabilityInterrupting Capability Close-On and WithstandClose-On and Withstand Control LogicControl Logic Required for Automatic TypesRequired for Automatic Types Monitors SourcesMonitors Sources Controls Running of GeneratorControls Running of Generator Time Delays for Programmed OperationTime Delays for Programmed Operation
    19. 19. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Basic Transfer Switch Components TransferTransfer OperatorOperator Alternate SourceAlternate Source Normal SourceNormal Source Control PanelControl Panel Transfer SwitchTransfer Switch LoadLoad Time DelayTime Delay Transfer toTransfer to AlternateAlternate Time DelayTime Delay Re-transferRe-transfer to Normalto Normal TD 2TD 2 TD 1TD 1 TD 3TD 3 TD 4TD 4 Time DelayTime Delay to Startto Start Engine- Gen.Engine- Gen. TransferTransfer ControlsControls Voltage &Voltage & FrequencyFrequency SensingSensing VoltageVoltage SensingSensing T.D. E-GT.D. E-G CooldownCooldown
    20. 20. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Test Switch & Status Indication Dynamic Status Indication NFPA 110 6.2.12 NFPA 110 6.2.13 Position indication Source Availability Indicators Test and Time Delay Bypass Switch 16 mm lights
    21. 21. Network Power ASC Power Technologies H Design 600 - 1200 Amps Inherent Double Throw Design Standard Coil Mechanical Interlock Cam Second Coil Added Here For CTS, DTS and Soft Load Operation Dual Shafts Standard Pole Barrier Cut Outs For Cable Installation
    22. 22. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Power Transfer Safety Standards Why is it Important? UL1008 : Transfer Switch EquipmentUL1008 : Transfer Switch Equipment • Power Transfer EquipmentPower Transfer Equipment • Automatic Transfer Switches Must Be 100%Automatic Transfer Switches Must Be 100% Automatic As a Stand-Alone ProductAutomatic As a Stand-Alone Product • Transferring Between Two Dissimilar Sources ofTransferring Between Two Dissimilar Sources of PowerPower • Utility & Engine-generatorUtility & Engine-generator • Most Important Concern Is Safety:Most Important Concern Is Safety: • Total Isolation Between Two Live SourcesTotal Isolation Between Two Live Sources • Prevent Interconnection Between Utility andPrevent Interconnection Between Utility and GeneratorGenerator • Construction & PerformanceConstruction & Performance • Temperature RiseTemperature Rise • EnduranceEndurance • Withstand & Close-On (Fault Capacity)Withstand & Close-On (Fault Capacity)
    23. 23. Network Power ASC Power Technologies The Special Nature of Transfer Switches Development of 2000 Amp Frame Switch 100Ka/3 Cycle Close-On Test • Result: Unsuccessful Test, Contacts BlewResult: Unsuccessful Test, Contacts Blew Open, Arc Plasma Energy Released.Open, Arc Plasma Energy Released. • Plasma Temperature Can Exceed ThePlasma Temperature Can Exceed The Temperature of The Surface of The Sun.Temperature of The Surface of The Sun. • Note: If Enclosed, Arc Energy Would ForceNote: If Enclosed, Arc Energy Would Force Enclosure Open In Destructive MannerEnclosure Open In Destructive Manner • UL1008 Requires:UL1008 Requires: • Specific Breaker Rated @ 20X CurrentSpecific Breaker Rated @ 20X Current • For Optional Any Breaker-3 Cycle MustFor Optional Any Breaker-3 Cycle Must Carry CurrentCarry Current • Contacts Must Exhibit Continuity AfterContacts Must Exhibit Continuity After TestTest • Cabinet Must Remain ClosedCabinet Must Remain Closed • Cabinet Fuse Must Be IntactCabinet Fuse Must Be Intact Fault Energy: I2 t = 500 Million Amp Seconds2
    24. 24. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Application Minimum Example WCR Breaker Mfg Clearing I t Time Specific Breaker 20X 800 Amp 16,000 GE/TKL 1 Cycle 4.3M Amp Sec Specific Breaker 20X 800 Amp 65,000 GE/TKL 1 Cycle 70.4M Amp Sec Any Breaker 20X 800 Amp 16,000 Any 3 Cycles 12.8M Amp Sec Any Breaker 20X 800 Amp 50,000 Any 3 Cycles 125M Amp Sec ASCO Levels UL 1008 Specifications/WCR Withstand & Close-On Ratings 2 Packaged Power Critical Power 2 2 2 Drives Copper, Silver, Structural Support, Which Drives Solenoid/Power/Copper & Enclosure Switch Mass Is Correlated To The Square Of The Fault Current, Not To The Continuous Current Rating Cost/Price Directly Related To Fault Current Capabilities & Requirements 30 Times Minimum UL 2 Times Specific Breaker Typical Ratings 2
    25. 25. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 3 Cycle Any Breaker Umbrella Ratings Short Time Ratings 600 - 4000 amps ATS Withstand and Close on Ratings
    26. 26. Network Power ASC Power Technologies The Qualification of Transfer Switches Withstand/Close-on Ratings NumerousNumerous Circuit BreakersCircuit Breakers Allowed.Allowed. Only TOnly Twowo CircuitCircuit BreakersBreakers Allowed ToAllowed To Retain ULRetain UL Listing &Listing & ApprovalApproval UL listing isUL listing is OnlyOnly Valid if ATS is UsedValid if ATS is Used With the Circuit Breaker Indicated on LabelWith the Circuit Breaker Indicated on Label CriticalCritical PowerPower SwitchesSwitches Have 3Have 3 CycleCycle “Any“Any Breaker”Breaker” RatingsRatings Limited Use WCR LabelLimited Use WCR Label 44 WCR LabelWCR Label
    27. 27. Network Power ASC Power Technologies AGENDA Background of ASCO Power Technologies ATS Overview Fundamentals of Power Switching
    28. 28. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Automatic Transfer SwitchAutomatic Transfer Switch (Open Transition)(Open Transition) Inphase MonitorInphase Monitor Load DisconnectLoad Disconnect Pre-SignalPre-Signal Utility Engine-Engine- GeneratorGenerator Delayed TransitionDelayed Transition Transfer SwitchTransfer Switch UtilityUtility Engine-Engine- GeneratorGenerator Closed TransitionClosed Transition Transfer SwitchTransfer Switch UtilityUtility Engine-Engine- GeneratorGenerator Any Transfer SwitchAny Transfer Switch With Bypass-IsolationWith Bypass-Isolation UtilityUtility Engine-Engine- GeneratorGenerator LoadLoad Transfer Configurations
    29. 29. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Transfer Categories All transfers can be placed in one of two categories Transfer between two “live” sources test transfer re-transfer to normal Transfer from a “dead” source to a “live” source occurs as a result of a source failure how dead is dead? These categories apply regardless of the type of switching used
    30. 30. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Open Transition Transfer “Break Before Make” switching Load is disconnected for a finite period of time Open transition -- step by step transfer initiated operator energized TS mechanism begins to move if transfer is between two live sources, an arc is formed if transfer is from a dead source, load is disconnected arc extinguished (if leaving a live source) TS connects load to new source
    31. 31. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Open Transition Transfer
    32. 32. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Random Open Transition Transfer Transfer Is Initiated Without Regard For The Relationship Of The Normal And Emergency Sources For Some Loads, Random Connection To A Different Source Can Cause Problems
    33. 33. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Random Open Transition Transfer(resistive load)
    34. 34. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Random Open Transition Transfer(motor load)
    35. 35. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Back EMF of Motor
    36. 36. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Problems Caused by Random Transfer of Motor Loads Breaker trips due to induced high currents Motor insulation damage due to voltage transients Motor shaft and coupling damage due to mechanical stress
    37. 37. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Possible Solutions Delayed Transition Transfer Motor Load Disconnect Circuit (Pre-signal) In Phase Transfer Closed Transition Transfer
    38. 38. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Delayed Transition Transfer “Break and wait before make” switching Eliminates the energy stored in the motor by disconnecting the load, waiting until the energy stored in the motor is dissipated then connecting the load to the new source Requires TS mechanism to have a center “off” position Requires load to be disconnected for period of time
    39. 39. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Delayed Transition Transfer
    40. 40. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Delayed Transition Transfer -- Disadvantages Requires dual operator TS mechanism more complicated more expensive Requires motor load time constant analysis How long does the motor need to be disconnected in order to dissipate the stored energy? Subjects motor to increased number of inrush currents on/off/on when transferred and re-transferred
    41. 41. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Selective Load Disconnect Circuit(Accessory 31 Pre-Signal) Eliminates the energy stored in the motor by disconnecting the motor prior to transfer, waiting until the energy stored in the motor is dissipated then connecting the load to the new source Used for disconnecting elevator controls prior to transfer Selective Load Disconnect Circuit -- step by step Signal load to disconnect prior to transfer Wait while energy in load is dissipated Transfer the load Signal load to reconnect
    42. 42. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Selective Load Disconnect Circuit -- Disadvantages Requires additional control wiring and circuitry Requires motor load time constant analysis How long does the motor need to be disconnected in order to dissipate the stored energy? Subjects motor to increased number of inrush currents on/off/on when transferred and re-transferred
    43. 43. Network Power ASC Power Technologies In Phase Transfer Monitors the phase difference between sources and initiates transfer so that the sources will be within 60 degrees of each other when re-connection occurs If the sources are within 60 degrees of each other then the motor current will not exceed the motor starting current Quarterback analogy
    44. 44. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Inphase Operation Normal Load Emergency
    45. 45. Network Power ASC Power Technologies In Phase Transfer -- Advantages No additional hardware cost dual operator not required (DTTS) control wiring and circuitry not required (Acc 31) software implemented solution Motors do not need to be turned off minimizes disruption of operation motors are not subjected to “on/off/on” cycles Field proven for > 20 years
    46. 46. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Inphase Transfer It’s Worth the Wait Frequency Difference Length of Time for Phase Angle Relationship to Travel 360° 2.0 Hz .50 Seconds 1.0 Hz 1 Second .50 Hz 2 Seconds .40 Hz 2.5 Seconds .30 Hz 3.3 Seconds .25 Hz 4 Seconds .20 Hz 5 Seconds .10 Hz 10 Seconds .025Hz 20 Seconds .020 Hz 40 Seconds .010 HZ 100 Seconds Isochronous Type Governor Hydraulic Type Governor
    47. 47. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Closed Transition Transfer “Make before Break” switching Sources are momentarily connected Requires dual operator TS mechanism Requires isochronous type governor Requires sources to be “in sync” +/- 5% voltage differential +/- 0.2 Hz frequency differential +/- 5 degrees phase angle differential if these three requirements are not met, closed transition transfer will be inhibited
    48. 48. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Closed Transition Transfer
    49. 49. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Closed Transition Transfer -- Advantages No disruption of power to load Reduces stress on UPS’s Promotes periodic testing of the entire emergency power system Motors do not need to be disconnected minimizes disruption of operation motors are not subjected to “on/off/on” cycles Eliminates transients caused by transformer switching Field proven for > 20 years
    50. 50. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Load Application Matrix TYPE ELEVATOR OF < 50 hp > 50 hp > 50 hp small large small large TRANSFER non VFD VFD OTTS - random NO BEST NO NO BEST NO YES NO OTTS - in phase YES YES BEST NO YES NO YES NO OTTS - acc 31 BEST YES YES YES YES NO YES NO Pre-Signal DTTS YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES CTTS YES YES YES BEST YES BEST BEST BEST MOTOR TRANSFORMER UPS
    51. 51. 4 Network Power Bypass Isolation
    52. 52. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Manual Bypass Switch (Same Ratings as ATS) Automatic Transfer Switch Automatic Transfer & Bypass Isolation Switch
    53. 53. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Manual Bypass Switch (Same Ratings as ATS) Automatic Transfer Switch Automatic Transfer & Bypass Isolation Switch “ The Bypass Isolation Switch shall have a continuous current rating current rating compatible with that of the associated transfer switch” NFPA 110 NFPA 99 NEC 700-5 700-6
    54. 54. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Automatic Transfer & Bypass Isolation Switches No load interruption during bypass Test ATS without disturbing load Mechanically and electrically Interlocked Drawout transfer switch Visual position & source availability Bypass without opening the door Permanently attached bypass handles
    55. 55. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Automatic Transfer & Bypass Isolation Switch Visual indication of “Not In Automatic Mode” Permanently Affixed Bypass Handle Isolation Handle
    56. 56. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Testing And MaintenanceTesting And Maintenance No Load InterruptionNo Load Interruption BP BP IS IS IS E L N ATS LoadsLoadsEmergencyEmergency SourceSource NormalNormal SourceSource NormalNormal ^^^
    57. 57. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Bypass PositionBypass Position No Load InterruptionNo Load Interruption BP BP IS IS IS E L N ATS LoadsLoadsEmergencyEmergency SourceSource NormalNormal SourceSource Bypass NormalBypass Normal ^^^
    58. 58. Network Power ASC Power Technologies BP BP IS IS IS E L N ATS LoadsLoadsEmergencyEmergency SourceSource NormalNormal SourceSource TestTest ^^^ ^^^ Testing And MaintenanceTesting And Maintenance No Load InterruptionNo Load Interruption
    59. 59. Network Power ASC Power Technologies BP BP IS IS IS E L N ATS LoadsLoadsEmergencyEmergency SourceSource NormalNormal SourceSource TestTest ^^^ ^^^ Testing And MaintenanceTesting And Maintenance No Load InterruptionNo Load Interruption
    60. 60. Network Power ASC Power Technologies BP BP IS IS IS E L N ATS LoadsLoadsEmergencyEmergency SourceSource NormalNormal SourceSource IsolationIsolation ^^^ ^^^ Testing And MaintenanceTesting And Maintenance No Load InterruptionNo Load Interruption
    61. 61. 4 Network Power Seismic Applications
    62. 62. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Implications of Seismic Loads Keep in mind the IBC (International Building Code) replaces the UBC (Uniform Building Code)1997 edition Section 1621.1.6 of the 2003 International Building Code is clear: Importance Factor (Ip) 1.5, Life – Safety Component is required to function after an earthquake
    63. 63. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Who’s Responsible? The IBC clearly states that it is the responsibility of: Equipment manufactures Suppliers Installers Design Team Managers To insure that their component remains “on line and functional”, after the emergency has occurred!
    64. 64. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Who’s Responsible? cont’d Listed on the projects structural drawings under “design loads”, the following 3 parameters are the basis of this requirement An SDS of .167 or greater Building Classification or Seismic Use Group III Seismic Design Category of “C,D,E or F”
    65. 65. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Seismic Group III Occupancies They are buildings and other structures designated as essential facilities, including but not limited to: Hospitals and other healthcare facilities having surgery of emergency treatment facilities Fire, rescue and police stations and emergency vehicle garages Designated earthquake, hurricane or other emergency shelters (i.e. Public Schools) Power – generating stations and other public utility facilities required for Category III structures
    66. 66. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Seismic Group III Occupancies Structures containing highly toxic materials as defined by Section 307 where the quantity of the material exceeds the maximum allowable quantity of Table 307.7 (2) Buildings and other structures having critical national defense functions Water treatment facilities required to maintain water pressure for fire suppression Aviation control towers, air traffic control centers and emergency aircraft hangers
    67. 67. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Manufacturers Every manufacturer providing a piece of equipment that embraces the term “emergency” must now warrant and guarantee through specified outside testing that their component will start and continue to run after being subjected to the specified seismic forces ASCO switches were qualified by Wyle labs, an independent third party testing facility ASCO switches operated during, and after the test
    68. 68. Network Power ASC Power Technologies System Categories Emergency Generation Power Emergency Generation Power components include the following The generator, tanks, pumps, piping, muffler, exhaust system, electrical components, including batteries, transfer switch, transformers, conduit, etc All become a component of the generation system and all must prove “survival” in order to guarantee “on-line” and functioning capability
    69. 69. Network Power ASC Power Technologies System Categories cont’d Heating System Air Conditioning System Fire Protection Sanitary & Portable Water System
    70. 70. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Seismic Label Seismic Rated This switch design has successfully tested to the 2003 International Building Code Standard Importance Factor 1.5 Electrical Equipment Zone 4 or less severe Seismic Locations
    71. 71. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Seismic Applications ASCO Testing Summary
    72. 72. Network Power ASC Power Technologies International Building Code (IBC) Seismic Qualification Nearly Every State in the Continental United States has adopted the (IBC)
    73. 73. Network Power ASC Power Technologies International Codes – Adoption by State The following states comply with IBC 2000 only, which does not require testing: Arizona Missouri Arkansas Nebraska District of Columbia New Hampshire Georgia New Jersey Indiana New York Kentucky South Dakota Minnesota West Virginia Missouri Wisconsin
    74. 74. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Testing Qualification (Type 1 ) Amps ATS CTS,DTS ATB CTB,DTB 30-100 D √ 150 D √ J √ E √ E √ 200-230 D √ 260-400 E, J √ J √ E √ E √ 600 H, J √ J √ H √ H √ 800-1200 H √ H √ H √ H √ 1600-3000 G √ G √ G √ G √ 4000 E E F F Current Product Scope Product Not Available Not Scheduled
    75. 75. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Testing Qualification (Type 1 ) Current Product Scope Product not Available Not Scheduled Amps SEATS SEATB ATS/ATB w/Bus Risers 30-100 D √ 150 D √ E √ 200-230 D √ 260-400 E √ E √ 600-800 H √ H √ H √ 1000-1200 H √ G √ H √ 1600-3000 G √ G √ G √ 4000 E F E,F
    76. 76. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Roadmap Code Requirements Conformance Product Testing Qualification Switch Modification Specification Summary
    77. 77. Network Power ASC Power Technologies All Outline / Mounting Drawings Require Additional Note Detailing Special Mounting Requirements for Seismic Applications H-ATS, G-ATS and E-BPS Designs Do Not Require Any Product or Hardware Modifications H-Design BPS Requires Additional Hardware for Cubicle Reinforcement Additional Screws on All Removable Plates Additional Screws & Nuts on Cubicle Base G-Design ATS, free standing cubicles, and BPS Requires Additional Hardware and Special Bracing for Cubicle Reinforcement Accessory 125 Modifications
    78. 78. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Hardware and Bracing for Free –Standing Cubicle
    79. 79. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Hardware and Bracing for Free –Standing Cubicle cont’d
    80. 80. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Roadmap Code Requirements Conformance Product Testing Qualification Switch Modification Specification Summary
    81. 81. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Specification Qualifications General “The equipment and major components shall be suitable for and certified to meet all applicable requirements of the”: Uniform Building Code (UBC), now the IBC International Building Code 2003 for zone 4 applications or the California Building Code (CBC) through zone 4 applications or the National Building Code (BOCA)
    82. 82. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Specification Qualifications cont’d Specific Uniform Building Code (UBC)/International Building Code (IBC) The equipment and major components shall be suitable for and certified to meet all applicable seismic requirements of the Uniform Building Code (UBC)/International Building Code (IBC) 2003 for zone 4 application. Guidelines for the installation consistent with these requirements shall be provided by the switchgear manufacturer and be based upon testing of representative equipment. The test response spectrum shall be based upon 5% minimum damping factor, UBC: a peak of 2.15g’s (3.2-11Hz), and a ZPA of 0.86g’s applied at the base of the equipment. The tests shall fully envelop this response spectrum for all equipment natural frequencies up to at less 35Hz. The transfer switch shall operate functionally both before, during, and after a seismic event.
    83. 83. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Summary IBC 2003 replaces IBC 2000, requires testing Seismic Group III Occupancies, designated as essential facilities Certificate of Conformance/Seismic Label Shaker test to verify switch operation, before and after test (Zone 4) Nearly every state has adopted the IBC, either 2000, or 2003 On line capability, emergency generation components Accessory 125 hardware and bracing requirements Include seismic certification in your suggested specs on ATS’s and ATB’s
    84. 84. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Service Entrance Rated ATS
    85. 85. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO SERVICE ENTRANCE TRANSFER SWITCH Standard Features Available 150 - 4000 Amps 600 Volt A300 7000 Series ATS-CTTS- DTTS- ATB UL1008 Transfer Switch & UL 891 Type I Enclosure Disconnect device on Normal Source Disconnect Link on Neutral & Ground Neutral and Ground Bus Silver Plated Copper Solderless Screw Type Terminals for External Power Conductors Meets NEC Requirements for Service Entrance Ground Fault 1000 Amps and Above
    86. 86. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO SERVICE ENTRANCE TRANSFER SWITCH Optional Features NEMA 3R With Strip Heater NEMA 12 Metering ASCO Power Manager Communications ASCO Thin Web Server Site Web PowerQuest Communications
    87. 87. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO SERVICE ENTRANCE TRANSFER SWITCH Single Enclosure Construction 30-4000 Amps* Standard Design - Lower Cost - Quick Delivery * ATS/Bypass Designs are Larger
    88. 88. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Utility Service 1200 KW Service Entrance Power Transfer Switches Utility Overcurrent Device & Transfer Switch Integrated • Typically a Breaker Pair • Or Third Party Breaker and Transfer Switch Assembled • UL891 & UL1008 Listed • Utilizes ASCO ATS
    89. 89. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 1200 Amp ASCO Service Entrance ATS
    90. 90. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Neutral & Ground Disconnect Links
    91. 91. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Utility Service 1200 KW SERVICE ENTRANCE INSTALLATION USING BREAKER ATS WITH NORMAL OVERCURRENT PROTECTION No Physical Disconnect Upstream From Breaker ATS Load Breaker Style ATS With Integral Over current Protection
    92. 92. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Utility Service 1200 KW SERVICE ENTRANCE INSTALLATION USING BREAKER ATS WITH NORMAL OVERCURRENT PROTECTION No Physical Disconnect Upstream From Breaker ATS Load Potential Voltage at ATS Normal Terminals Control PT’s Energized Controls Impossible to Maintain and Service Without Removing Utility Fuses Breaker Tripped Open
    93. 93. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Cutler Hammer Closed Transition 600-1200 Amp Mini SPB Design Normal Terminals and Controls are Energized When Service Entrance Breaker Is Open
    94. 94. 4 Network Power 4 Pole Switches
    95. 95. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Ground Fault Protection Zero-sequence Ground Fault Protection
    96. 96. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Ground Fault Protection Improper Ground-fault Sensing Due to Multiple Ground Connections
    97. 97. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Improper Grounding Due to Single Ground Connection Ground Fault Protection Not a Separately- Derived Source
    98. 98. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Ground Fault Protection Neutral Isolation By Addition of a Fourth Pole GFI
    99. 99. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Separately Derived System All circuit conductors are independent of the supply conductors Use 3 pole transfer switch for single phase systems Use 4 pole transfer switch for three phase four wire systems Use when ground fault sensor may be affected Use on a utility/utility system
    100. 100. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Four Pole ATS’s Enable Proper Detection of Ground Faults Eliminate Nuisance GFP tripping Alternate Source (EG Set) can be grounded (“Separately Derived System”) Eliminate Shock Hazards
    101. 101. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Ground Fault Protection Neutral Isolation by Overlapping Neutral Contacts
    102. 102. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Overlapping Neutral Eliminate Voltage Spikes Prevent Degradation of Contacts Due to Arcing Fully-Rated - Continuous Current & WCR UL Tested, Qualified and Listed Approved & Preferred by Every Gov’t Agency Including FAA, VA, GSA & Army Corps of Engr. Approved by IEEE, NFPA, UL, CSA & All Known Electrical Codes ASCO ATS’s can be supplied with 4th pole switch neutral
    103. 103. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Soft Load Transfer Communication Products
    104. 104. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO Power Manager ASCO Thin Web Server 4 SITEWEB™ Thin Web Server for Monitoring and Dispatch • Collects real-time power system information • Includes a backlit 4-line LCD Display • Local display and serial interface data for: • Voltage, Current, KW, KVAR, KVA, KWH, PF, Hz • Transfer Switch position inputs • 8 status inputs • 4 relay outputs • Auto scans the RS-485 serial interface with the ASCO Power Manager • Provides communications over the Web via standard Web browsers or over LAN systems • Enables remote monitoring of power systems and transfer switch position • Enables starting of gensets and transfer of loads for peak shaving • Email paging options on alarms • Data logging for up to 30,000 alarm transactions 4 SITEWEB Thin Web Server for Single Source Monitoring
    105. 105. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ATS Web Enablement TTL I n t r a n e t TTL HTTP / DHCP Ethernet
    106. 106. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ASCO I Protocol Series 900 ATS’s ThinWeb Server with Ethernet Connectivity ASCO II Protocol Series 7000 and 300 ATS’s 1-32 ATS’s UPTO 1024 ATS’s Hub In t e r n e t Third Party Clients Ethernet VPi-Synch TCP/IP Open Modbus Multiple Local & Remote Clients Running IE BMS TCP/IP Open ModbusPLC’s
    107. 107. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 SITEWEB ATS Summary Information •Serves HTML Pages to Client Browser (No ASCO software Required) •Refreshes Data Every 10 Sec or on Browser Refresh •One Site (IP Address) At a Time •Supports Simultaneous Connection of Up To 30 Clients
    108. 108. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4 SITEWEB ATS Detail Information
    109. 109. Network Power ASC Power Technologies
    110. 110. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Site Web
    111. 111. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Benefits of Connectivity Module Total No. of devices per LAN will not be limited to 32. Therefore the number of dedicated LAN’s will be reduced. Remote monitoring of transfer switches and other devices. Ethernet is the “de-facto” standard for local and wide area network Computers come with Ethernet built-in. Therefore no need for Serial Card setup. Many different types of Device/Application protocols at different serial baud rates can be brought on one Ethernet wire for example: ASCO I, II and Modbus at different baud rates, 2 wire or 4 wire devices will be connected to a single “Ethernet LAN.” Potential savings for building owners for huge wiring costs. Standard commercially available LAN/WAN diagnostics tools will be utilized for troubleshooting. Ethernet LANs can be extended to miles with commercially available Ethernet repeaters and fiber cables.
    112. 112. Network Power ASC Power Technologies ATS Annunciator with 5150 Connectivity Module
    113. 113. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Embedded Status Web Pages Intranet Remote Control Lighting Contactors Engine Generator Ethernet Ethernet ASCO 5150 Connectivity Module
    114. 114. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 7000 Series ATS with PM
    115. 115. Network Power ASC Power Technologies PCS/ATS Platforms Aligning PCS and ATS Product Families ASCO SynchroPower PCS aligns with 7000 Series ATS 4000 PCS aligns with 4000 ATS 346 PCS aligns with 300 ATS 4000 PCS
    116. 116. Network Power ASC Power Technologies 4000 Series ATS Platform Product Summary
    117. 117. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Standard Features 9A,9B,9C,9D 4000 Series ATS Platform Product Summary
    118. 118. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Features 5 Test / 6Z Manual Transfer 4000 Series ATS Platform Product Summary
    119. 119. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Features 6B TD Bypass / 6Z Manual Retransfer 4000 Series ATS Platform Product Summary
    120. 120. Network Power ASC Power Technologies Standard Feature 99 Lamp Test Button 4000 Series ATS Platform Product Summary
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