Easergy T I is a control unit designed for installation in MV substations to control. Easergy T I has been specially designed to meet the needs of customers. Easergy T I has undergone strict reliability and qualification testing in accordance. The reliability of the T range is proven by its use across fi ve continents. Serious battery discharge is irreversible. T I protects the circuits and causes.

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Easergy T I user manual - Schneider Electric. Easergy T I is designed to be installed in MV network substations. It contains all. SEC function Opens after a failed reclosing Opens in the first or second reclosing voltage dip.

Connect the PC end of the cord to serial port no. It can be configured for 20 s to 4 min in 5 s increments. Declares the PowerMeters 1 to 6 used for T I when this option is available. It ranges from. Easergy T I can be used locally via the Control module or remotely from a remote. All the Easergy T I indications can be seen through the window in the door. It can be set from the configuration PC, or from the remote control station if this function. T must detect a fault current confirmed by the loss.

The integrated battery test keeps user s informed of the availability status. If there is no power. Enclosure power supply cut off Check the charger and the battery. If necessary, replace the Power. The card program is no longer Reset by pressing the Reset button on the Power supply module.

As standards, specifications and designs develop from time to time, always ask for confirmation. DE 4-ways enclosure b Event datalogging: real-time time-stamped chronological logging of internal events.

These events are displayed via a locally connected PC and used for maintenance purposes. Description The equipment is housed in a basic stainless steel enclosure containing all the functional components required to control and monitor up to four switches; an optional enclosure that can be used to extend the capacity to sixteen switches is also available.

Cable glands for cable entry. The enclosure can be padlocked. It manages the functions of 1 to 4 switches and controls local operation, with the exception of communications. It sends orders to the switches and receives external information. Extension enclosure Required to control more than four switches. Protected by a 0.

Turn the lock button on the left-hand side of the door a quarter of a turn and open the door. A padlock with an 8 mm handle can be passed through the hole in the button to lock the enclosure securely. Information on the control panel can be viewed through the window in the enclosure door.

It is possible to slide this window when the lock button is in the horizontal position and access the various control panel options. Enclosure mounting Wall mounting using four screws with a maximum diameter of 10 mm 8 mm recommended : two screws at the top of the enclosure and 2 at the bottom.

The centrelines are not adjustable. A drilling template supplied with the enclosure is used to determine where to drill the holes required to mount the enclosure. Six screws are required to mount the extension cubicle, four at the top and two at the bottom.

Ensure that the vents on the right and left-hand sides and at the back are not obstructed and that the air can circulate freely. Before this operation is performed, the polarising pins must be positioned as shown in the diagram below, according to the chosen way number. The polarising pins are supplied in a plastic bag attached to the inside of the basic enclosure.

Remember to wire the strap between terminals 7, 5, 15 and 11 on the switchgear terminal block. The control polarity is selected according to the position of the J3 connector on the Interface card. Installing a Current Acquisition card Each Current Acquisition card controls one way and is mounted on the Interface card.

Installing the cards: b Switch off the power supply to the enclosure, b Disconnect the Interface card and remove it from the enclosure, b Slide the end of the Current Acquisition card into the slot corresponding to the appropriate way, b Connect the Current Acquisition card to the SUB-D pin connector, b Mount the Current Acquisition card on the Interface card using the two captive screws provided.

DE Installation of three split toroids Connecting the cabinet To install the connecting cable: b Use a 4 x 1. Plug the 4-pin connector into the Current Acquisition card for the appropriate way at the bottom left-hand side of the enclosure see the Interface card illustration page 7. A Digital Acquisition card manages one way. This card can receive one phase fault contact and two earth fault contacts.

Four Acquisition cards can be installed on an Interface card, one for each way to be monitored. The fault reset output must be wired if an external fault detector is used. The three voltages are measured and a computed voltage U 13 is sent to the remote control centre. The acquisition is performed using a Vac supply. Note: this input is also used to lock the source transfer in the case of ACO automation see page 8.

Information is supplied in the form of a dry loop. DE Use of an external fault detector with a fault reset output. External indicator lamp The external indicator lamp optional is used to indicate a fault current.

An indicator lamp can be connected to each group of four ways, or a single indicator lamp can be connected to the entire enclosure. DEEN 1 D. A slide-mounted support offers various adjustment possibilities. Connecting the remote transmission equipment to Easergy T I The 12 Vdc supply for the remote transmission equipment is provided via the connector located on the right-hand side of the rack. The serial link is provided on the SUB-D 9-pin connector also located on the right-hand side of the rack.

RP: bias resistor for use at one point in the network, preferably on the remote control station. The shields must be earthed at one point in the line preferably on the PC side of the remote control station. Charger type 2 v The battery is installed at the front of the enclosure lugs to the right.

The enclosure can be supplied with two types of Power supply cards. Connecting an AC supply d To prevent any risk of electric shock or burns, check that the mains supply is disconnected before carrying out any work on the enclosure. It is not necessary to remove the fuse. It is important to ensure that the cable and its use outside and inside the enclosure do not damage this insulation.

Earthing d The equipment must be earthed to ensure E. A special stud with a diameter of 8 mm is provided under the enclosure. Use an earthed cable with a cross-section greater than 20 mm 2. Caution: the battery installation depends on the type of enclosure see the illustration opposite. Charger type 2: b One 12 V battery, 24 Ah.

Connecting the batteries d Note: the batteries must only be connected when the equipment is powered up. Switching on the AC supply b Disconnect the safety fuse located inside the enclosure see the drawing opposite. Normal use When the operations described above have been performed, the normal power supply to the equipment is resumed and the batteries can be charged. Easergy T I requires two configurations: b CPU card configuration date, fault detection, and so on , b Communication module configuration communication parameters, alarms, and so on.

See the special documentation provided on the configuration floppy disk. The main menu appears. Metal part Metal part b The area in which the cursor is positioned is highlighted.

Software configuration Press F10 to access the software configuration menu. This menu is used to modify the display colours and the serial port used.

Note: this menu cannot be accessed when the PC is connected to T The equipment retains the previous data which is redisplayed on the screen. Depending on the number of ways equipped with a Current Acquisition card, some parameters are not available and do not appear on the screen.

The date and time are only used for dating-stamped events and by the protocol analyser. It can be configured for 1 to 4 faults in increments of 1. This ensures that only those fault currents that trip the source substation feeder are taken into account.

If this number is not reached, the automation is reset. The main menu is displayed. The floppy disk contains the user guide. Each CPU card can be declared yes or not declared no. Note: some information is only available for CPU card no. Random Delay : 20ms Max. It ranges from to bauds.

If possible, choose a low baud rate for performing tests. The default value is bauds. Random Delay : ms Max. Host tel number standby :?????????? SMS user phone number :?????????? It can be used to monitor the status of the equipment, time-stamped events and communications sent over the internal Modbus link.


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