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Prefabricated busbar trunking from 800 to 4000 A

Canalis
Catalogue 2007

Canalis KTA

Contents

Index Introduction In decentralised distribution, Canalis hits the high note! With Canalis, you play all the right notes! Canalis, in total harmony with the environment! Canalis, fortissimo throughoutthe range! Canalis KT, a display of advantages! Canalis KT, everyone to their music! Play all the worlds musicwith Canalis! With the Canalis tools and services, let us compose your project!

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Presentation and description Panorama of Canalis range General Run sections Other run sections Disconnectors and run protective devices Change of direction sections Connection sections Connection accessories Supports and xings Tap-off units Catalogue numbers and dimensions Catalogue-number coding Run components Changes of direction Canalis interfaces Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers Feed units for dry-type transformers Supports and xings Tap-off units from Canalis KS range Coupling isolators and protection of the run Special products Design guide Characteristics Simplied design guide Selection guide Degree of protection Harmonic currents Direct current Frequencies Measurements and metering Fire resistance Testing and commissioning procedure Design and installation guide Layout advice Horizontal distribution Rising mains Panorama ofconnection solutions Connection to LV switchboards Connection to cast resin transformers Connection to oil immersed transformers

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Recommandations Reception, handling and storage Maintenance Recycling

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no.

Designations CANALIS SUPPORT

Pages 73

Cat. no. 87815 87816 87817 87818 87821 87822 87823 87824 87825 87826 87827 87828

Designations

Pages

03000
03561 04694 04703 04704 04711 04712 04713 04714 04715 04716 04725 04726 04735 04736 04737 04738 04851 04852 04853 04854 04861 04863 04871

DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 3200A 3P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 3200A 4P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 4000A 3P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 4000A 4P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 800/1600A 3P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 800/1600A 4P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 2000/2500A 3P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 2000/2500A 4P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 3200A 3P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 3200A 4P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 4000A 3P RC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 4000A 4P RC

04000

CONNECTION SUPPORT, 115 MM BETWEEN 73 CENTRES CANALIS INTERFACE, 1600 A, 3P CANALIS INTERFACE, 1600 A, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION FOR FRONTCONNECTED NS-NT, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION FOR FRONTCONNECTED NS-NT, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION FOR REARCONNECTED NS-NT, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION FOR REARCONNECTED NS-NT, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION, 1600 A, NW, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION, 1600 A, NW, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION, 2500 A, NW, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION, 2500 A, NW, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION, 3200 A, NW, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION, 3200 A, NW, 4P CANALIS CONNECTION, 4000 A, NW, 3P CANALIS CONNECTION, 4000 A, NW, 4P FRONT CONNECTION COVER FOR VERTICAL FIXED NS1600 FRONT CONNECTION COVER FOR VERTICAL FIXED NS1600-NT 72 72 73 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 73

KSB

KSB25SD4 KSB25SD5 KSB32SG4 KSB50SF4 KSB50SF5 KSB50SN4 KSB50SN5 KSB63SD4 KSB63SD5 KSB63SM48 KSB63SM58

TAP-OFF UNIT 25 A FUSE E27 TAP-OFF UNIT 25 A FUSE E27 CONNECTOR 32 A FUSE BS88A1 TAP-OFF UNIT 50 A FUSE 14X51 TAP-OFF UNIT 50 A FUSE 14X51 TAP-OFF UNIT 50 A FUSE E18 TAP-OFF UNIT 50 A FUSE E18 TAP-OFF UNIT 63 A FUSE E33 TAP-OFF UNIT 63 A FUSE E33 TAP-OFF UNIT 63 A 8 MODULES TAP-OFF UNIT 63 A 8 MODULES TAP-OFF UNIT 80 A FUSE BS88A1 TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A FUSE T00 TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A FUSE T00 TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A FUSE 22X58 TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A FUSE 22X58 TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A 12 MODULES TAP-OFF UNIT 100 A 12 MODULES TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A FUSE T00 TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A FUSE T00 TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A FUSE T0 TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A FUSE T0 TAP-OFF UNIT 160 A FUSE BS88 TAP-OFF UNIT NG 160 A TAP-OFF UNIT NG 160 A TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A FUSE T1 TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A FUSE T1 TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A COMPACT NS TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A FUSE T2 TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A FUSE T2

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REAR CONNECTION COVER FOR VERTICAL 73 FIXED NS1600 REAR CONNECTION COVER FOR VERTICAL 73 FIXED NS1600-NT FRONT CONNECTION COVER FOR NW REAR CONNECTION COVER FOR NW CANALIS COVER 73 73 73

08000
08903 08905 08907

12 ADHESIVE LABEL HOLDERS, H=24 MM, W=432 MM 12 ADHESIVE LABEL HOLDERS, H=24 MM, W=180 MM 12 ADHESIVE LABEL HOLDERS, H=24 MM, W=650 MM

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KSB80SG4 KSB100SE4 KSB100SE5 KSB100SF4 KSB100SF5 KSB100SM412 KSB100SM512 KSB160DC4 KSB160DC5 KSB160SE4 KSB160SE5 KSB160SF4 KSB160SF5 KSB160SG4 KSB160SM413 KSB160SM513 KSB160ZC1 KSB250DC4

13000
13940

BLANKING PLATES, SET OF 10X5 MODULES 105 FORR KAEDRA ARC-CHUTE COVER, FIXED NS, 3P ARC-CHUTE COVER, FIXED NS, 4P 73 73

33000
33596 33597

47000
47335 47336

ARC-CHUTE COVER, FIXED NT, 3P ARC-CHUTE COVER, FIXED NT, 4P

73 73

87000
87800 87801 87811 87812 87813 87814

TAP-OFF UNIT DOOR MICROSWITCH 160 A 105

DBA 115 INSTALLATION KIT FOR KT BBT 800/4000A TDC DBA 115 INSTALLATION KIT FOR KT BBT 800/3200A RC

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KSB250DC4TRE TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A COMPACT NS TRE KSB250DC5 KSB250SE4 KSB250SE5 KSB400DC4 KSB400DC5 KSB400SE4 KSB400SE5 KSB250DC5TRE TAP-OFF UNIT 250 A COMPACT NS TRE

DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 800/1600A 3P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 800/1600A 4P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 2000/2500A 3P TDC DBA 115 CONNECTING BLOCK FOR KT BBT 74 2000/2500A 4P TDC

KSB400DC4TRE TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A COMPACT NS TRE KSB400DC5TRE TAP-OFF UNIT 400 A COMPACT NS TRE

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Index

Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KSB400ZC1

Designations

Pages

Cat. no. KTA0800ER73 KTA0800ER74 KTA0800ER75 KTA0800ER76 KTA0800ER77 KTA0800ET31A KTA0800ET320 KTA0800ET32B KTA0800ET32C KTA0800ET33D KTA0800ET340 KTA0800ET41A KTA0800ET420 KTA0800ET42B KTA0800ET42C KTA0800ET43D KTA0800ET440 KTA0800ET71A KTA0800ET720 KTA0800ET72B KTA0800ET72C KTA0800ET73D KTA0800ET740 KTA0800LC3A KTA0800LC3B KTA0800LC4A KTA0800LC4B KTA0800LC7A KTA0800LC7B KTA0800LP3A1 KTA0800LP3A2 KTA0800LP3B1 KTA0800LP3B2 KTA0800LP3C1 KTA0800LP3C2 KTA0800LP4A1 KTA0800LP4A2 KTA0800LP4B1 KTA0800LP4B2 KTA0800LP4C1 KTA0800LP4C2 KTA0800LP7A1 KTA0800LP7A2 KTA0800LP7B1 KTA0800LP7B2 KTA0800LP7C1 KTA0800LP7C2 KTA0800TC3 KTA0800TC4 KTA0800TC7 KTA0800TN410 KTA0800TP410 KTA0800YA3 KTA0800YA4 KTA0800YA4 KTA0800ZC31 KTA0800ZC32 KTA0800ZC41 KTA0800ZC42 KTA0800ZC71 KTA0800ZC72 KTA0800ZP3 KTA0800ZP4

Designations KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X800AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X800AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X800AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X800AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X800AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X800AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X800AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X800AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X800AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X800AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X800AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X800AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X800AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X800AL ZED ON FLAT

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TAP-OFF UNIT DOOR MICROSWITCH 400 A 105 KT 3X800AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X800AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X800AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X800AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X800AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X800AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X800AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X800AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X800AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X800AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X800AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X800AL FEED UNIT ER N2 60 60 60 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 64 64 64 62 62 62 62 62 62 61 61 61 61 61 61 84 84 85 85 86 84 84 85 85 86 84 84 85 85 86 76 76 77 77 78 78 79 76 76 77 77 78 78 79 76 76

KTA0800

KTA0800AJ310 KTA0800AJ410 KTA0800AJ710 KTA0800CP31 KTA0800CP32 KTA0800CP33 KTA0800CP34 KTA0800CP41 KTA0800CP42 KTA0800CP43 KTA0800CP44 KTA0800CP71 KTA0800CP72 KTA0800CP73 KTA0800CP74 KTA0800DB310 KTA0800DB410 KTA0800DB710 KTA0800EB320 KTA0800EB340 KTA0800EB420 KTA0800EB440 KTA0800EB720 KTA0800EB740 KTA0800ED320 KTA0800ED340 KTA0800ED420 KTA0800ED440 KTA0800ED720 KTA0800ED740 KTA0800EL31 KTA0800EL32 KTA0800EL33 KTA0800EL34 KTA0800EL35 KTA0800EL41 KTA0800EL42 KTA0800EL43 KTA0800EL44 KTA0800EL45 KTA0800EL71 KTA0800EL72 KTA0800EL73 KTA0800EL74 KTA0800EL75 KTA0800ER31 KTA0800ER32 KTA0800ER33 KTA0800ER34 KTA0800ER35 KTA0800ER36 KTA0800ER37 KTA0800ER41 KTA0800ER42 KTA0800ER43 KTA0800ER44 KTA0800ER45 KTA0800ER46 KTA0800ER47 KTA0800ER71 KTA0800ER72

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Index

Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA0800ZP7

Designations KT 5X800AL ZED ON FLAT KT 3X1000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X1000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X1000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X1000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X1000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X1000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X1000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X1000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X1000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N2

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Cat. no. KTA1000ER73 KTA1000ER74 KTA1000ER75 KTA1000ER76 KTA1000ER77 KTA1000ET31A KTA1000ET320 KTA1000ET32B KTA1000ET32C KTA1000ET33D KTA1000ET340 KTA1000ET41A KTA1000ET420 KTA1000ET42B KTA1000ET42C KTA1000ET43D KTA1000ET440 KTA1000ET71A KTA1000ET720 KTA1000ET72B KTA1000ET72C KTA1000ET73D KTA1000ET740 KTA1000LC3A KTA1000LC3B KTA1000LC4A KTA1000LC4B KTA1000LC7A KTA1000LC7B KTA1000LP3A1 KTA1000LP3A2 KTA1000LP3B1 KTA1000LP3B2 KTA1000LP3C1 KTA1000LP3C2 KTA1000LP4A1 KTA1000LP4A2 KTA1000LP4B1 KTA1000LP4B2 KTA1000LP4C1 KTA1000LP4C2 KTA1000LP7A1 KTA1000LP7A2 KTA1000LP7B1 KTA1000LP7B2 KTA1000LP7C1 KTA1000LP7C2 KTA1000PL31 KTA1000PL41 KTA1000PL71 KTA1000SL31 KTA1000SL41 KTA1000SL71 KTA1000TC3 KTA1000TC4 KTA1000TC7 KTA1000TN410 KTA1000TP410 KTA1000YA3 KTA1000YA4 KTA1000YA4 KTA1000ZC31 KTA1000ZC32

Designations KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X1000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1000AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 4X1000AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 5X1000AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 3X1000AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 4X1000AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 5X1000AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 3X1000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X1000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1000AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X1000AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X1000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2

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KTA1000

KTA1000AJ310 KTA1000AJ410 KTA1000AJ710 KTA1000CP31 KTA1000CP32 KTA1000CP33 KTA1000CP34 KTA1000CP41 KTA1000CP42 KTA1000CP43 KTA1000CP44 KTA1000CP71 KTA1000CP72 KTA1000CP73 KTA1000CP74 KTA1000DB310 KTA1000DB410 KTA1000DB710 KTA1000EB320 KTA1000EB340 KTA1000EB420 KTA1000EB440 KTA1000EB720 KTA1000EB740 KTA1000ED320 KTA1000ED340 KTA1000ED420 KTA1000ED440 KTA1000ED720 KTA1000ED740 KTA1000EL31 KTA1000EL32 KTA1000EL33 KTA1000EL34 KTA1000EL35 KTA1000EL41 KTA1000EL42 KTA1000EL43 KTA1000EL44 KTA1000EL45 KTA1000EL71 KTA1000EL72 KTA1000EL73 KTA1000EL74 KTA1000EL75 KTA1000ER31 KTA1000ER32 KTA1000ER33 KTA1000ER34 KTA1000ER35 KTA1000ER36 KTA1000ER37 KTA1000ER41 KTA1000ER42 KTA1000ER43 KTA1000ER44 KTA1000ER45 KTA1000ER46 KTA1000ER47 KTA1000ER71 KTA1000ER72

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Index

Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA1000ZC41 KTA1000ZC42 KTA1000ZC71 KTA1000ZC72 KTA1000ZP3 KTA1000ZP4 KTA1000ZP7

Designations KT 4X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X1000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X1000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X1000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X1000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 3X1250AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X1250AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X1250AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X1250AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X1250AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X1250AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X1250AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X1250AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X1250AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N3

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Cat. no. KTA1250ER44 KTA1250ER45 KTA1250ER46 KTA1250ER47 KTA1250ER71 KTA1250ER72 KTA1250ER73 KTA1250ER74 KTA1250ER75 KTA1250ER76 KTA1250ER77 KTA1250ET31A KTA1250ET320 KTA1250ET32B KTA1250ET32C KTA1250ET33D KTA1250ET340 KTA1250ET41A KTA1250ET420 KTA1250ET42B KTA1250ET42C KTA1250ET43D KTA1250ET440 KTA1250ET71A KTA1250ET720 KTA1250ET72B KTA1250ET72C KTA1250ET73D KTA1250ET740 KTA1250LC3A KTA1250LC3B KTA1250LC4A KTA1250LC4B KTA1250LC7A KTA1250LC7B KTA1250LP3A1 KTA1250LP3A2 KTA1250LP3B1 KTA1250LP3B2 KTA1250LP3C1 KTA1250LP3C2 KTA1250LP4A1 KTA1250LP4A2 KTA1250LP4B1 KTA1250LP4B2 KTA1250LP4C1 KTA1250LP4C2 KTA1250LP7A1 KTA1250LP7A2 KTA1250LP7B1 KTA1250LP7B2 KTA1250LP7C1 KTA1250LP7C2 KTA1250PL31 KTA1250PL41 KTA1250PL71 KTA1250SL31 KTA1250SL41 KTA1250SL71 KTA1250TC3 KTA1250TC4 KTA1250TC7 KTA1250TN410

Designations KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X1250AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1250AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1250AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1250AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1250AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 4X1250AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 5X1250AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 3X1250AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 4X1250AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 5X1250AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 3X1250AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1250AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X1250AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1250AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA

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KTA1250

KTA1250AJ310 KTA1250AJ410 KTA1250AJ710 KTA1250CP31 KTA1250CP32 KTA1250CP33 KTA1250CP34 KTA1250CP41 KTA1250CP42 KTA1250CP43 KTA1250CP44 KTA1250CP71 KTA1250CP72 KTA1250CP73 KTA1250CP74 KTA1250DB310 KTA1250DB410 KTA1250DB710 KTA1250EB320 KTA1250EB340 KTA1250EB420 KTA1250EB440 KTA1250EB720 KTA1250EB740 KTA1250ED320 KTA1250ED340 KTA1250ED420 KTA1250ED440 KTA1250ED720 KTA1250ED740 KTA1250EL31 KTA1250EL32 KTA1250EL33 KTA1250EL34 KTA1250EL35 KTA1250EL41 KTA1250EL42 KTA1250EL43 KTA1250EL44 KTA1250EL45 KTA1250EL71 KTA1250EL72 KTA1250EL73 KTA1250EL74 KTA1250EL75 KTA1250ER31 KTA1250ER32 KTA1250ER33 KTA1250ER34 KTA1250ER35 KTA1250ER36 KTA1250ER37 KTA1250ER41 KTA1250ER42 KTA1250ER43

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA1250TP410 KTA1250YA3 KTA1250YA4 KTA1250YA4 KTA1250ZC31 KTA1250ZC32 KTA1250ZC41 KTA1250ZC42 KTA1250ZC71 KTA1250ZC72 KTA1250ZP3 KTA1250ZP4 KTA1250ZP7

Designations KT 4X1250AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X1250AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1250AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1250AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X1250AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X1250AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X1250AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X1250AL ZED ON FLAT KT 3X1600AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X1600AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X1600AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X1600AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X1600AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X1600AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X1600AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X1600AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X1600AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N4

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Cat. no. KTA1600ER35 KTA1600ER36 KTA1600ER37 KTA1600ER41 KTA1600ER42 KTA1600ER43 KTA1600ER44 KTA1600ER45 KTA1600ER46 KTA1600ER47 KTA1600ER71 KTA1600ER72 KTA1600ER73 KTA1600ER74 KTA1600ER75 KTA1600ER76 KTA1600ER77 KTA1600ET31A KTA1600ET320 KTA1600ET32B KTA1600ET32C KTA1600ET33D KTA1600ET340 KTA1600ET41A KTA1600ET420 KTA1600ET42B KTA1600ET42C KTA1600ET43D KTA1600ET440 KTA1600ET71A KTA1600ET720 KTA1600ET72B KTA1600ET72C KTA1600ET73D KTA1600ET740 KTA1600LC3A KTA1600LC3B KTA1600LC4A KTA1600LC4B KTA1600LC7A KTA1600LC7B KTA1600LP3A1 KTA1600LP3A2 KTA1600LP3B1 KTA1600LP3B2 KTA1600LP3C1 KTA1600LP3C2 KTA1600LP4A1 KTA1600LP4A2 KTA1600LP4B1 KTA1600LP4B2 KTA1600LP4C1 KTA1600LP4C2 KTA1600LP7A1 KTA1600LP7A2 KTA1600LP7B1 KTA1600LP7B2 KTA1600LP7C1 KTA1600LP7C2 KTA1600PL31 KTA1600PL41 KTA1600PL71 KTA1600SL31

Designations KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X1600AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X1600AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X1600AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X1600AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X1600AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 4X1600AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 5X1600AL LINE PROTECTOR NS KT 3X1600AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA

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KTA1600

KTA1600AJ310 KTA1600AJ410 KTA1600AJ710 KTA1600CP31 KTA1600CP32 KTA1600CP33 KTA1600CP34 KTA1600CP41 KTA1600CP42 KTA1600CP43 KTA1600CP44 KTA1600CP71 KTA1600CP72 KTA1600CP73 KTA1600CP74 KTA1600DB310 KTA1600DB410 KTA1600DB710 KTA1600EB320 KTA1600EB340 KTA1600EB420 KTA1600EB440 KTA1600EB720 KTA1600EB740 KTA1600ED320 KTA1600ED340 KTA1600ED420 KTA1600ED440 KTA1600ED720 KTA1600ED740 KTA1600EL31 KTA1600EL32 KTA1600EL33 KTA1600EL34 KTA1600EL35 KTA1600EL41 KTA1600EL42 KTA1600EL43 KTA1600EL44 KTA1600EL45 KTA1600EL71 KTA1600EL72 KTA1600EL73 KTA1600EL74 KTA1600EL75 KTA1600ER31 KTA1600ER32 KTA1600ER33 KTA1600ER34

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA1600SL41 KTA1600SL71 KTA1600TC3 KTA1600TC4 KTA1600TC7 KTA1600TN410 KTA1600TP410 KTA1600YA3 KTA1600YA4 KTA1600YA4 KTA1600ZC31 KTA1600ZC32 KTA1600ZC41 KTA1600ZC42 KTA1600ZC71 KTA1600ZC72 KTA1600ZP3 KTA1600ZP4 KTA1600ZP7

Designations KT 4X1600AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 5X1600AL ISOLATOR UNIT NA KT 3X1600AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1600AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X1600AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X1600AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X1600AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X1600AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1600AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X1600AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X1600AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X1600AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X1600AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X1600AL ZED ON FLAT KT 3X2000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X2000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X2000AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X2000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X2000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X2000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X2000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X2000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X2000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N3

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Cat. no. KTA2000EL74 KTA2000EL75 KTA2000ER31 KTA2000ER32 KTA2000ER33 KTA2000ER34 KTA2000ER35 KTA2000ER36 KTA2000ER37 KTA2000ER41 KTA2000ER42 KTA2000ER43 KTA2000ER44 KTA2000ER45 KTA2000ER46 KTA2000ER47 KTA2000ER71 KTA2000ER72 KTA2000ER73 KTA2000ER74 KTA2000ER75 KTA2000ER76 KTA2000ER77 KTA2000ET31A KTA2000ET320 KTA2000ET32B KTA2000ET32C KTA2000ET33D KTA2000ET340 KTA2000ET41A KTA2000ET420 KTA2000ET42B KTA2000ET42C KTA2000ET43D KTA2000ET440 KTA2000ET71A KTA2000ET720 KTA2000ET72B KTA2000ET72C KTA2000ET73D KTA2000ET740 KTA2000LC3A KTA2000LC3B KTA2000LC4A KTA2000LC4B KTA2000LC7A KTA2000LC7B KTA2000LP3A1 KTA2000LP3A2 KTA2000LP3B1 KTA2000LP3B2 KTA2000LP3C1 KTA2000LP3C2 KTA2000LP4A1 KTA2000LP4A2 KTA2000LP4B1 KTA2000LP4B2 KTA2000LP4C1 KTA2000LP4C2 KTA2000LP7A1 KTA2000LP7A2 KTA2000LP7B1 KTA2000LP7B2

Designations KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X2000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X2000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2

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KTA2000

KTA2000AJ310 KTA2000AJ410 KTA2000AJ710 KTA2000CP31 KTA2000CP32 KTA2000CP33 KTA2000CP34 KTA2000CP41 KTA2000CP42 KTA2000CP43 KTA2000CP44 KTA2000CP71 KTA2000CP72 KTA2000CP73 KTA2000CP74 KTA2000DB310 KTA2000DB410 KTA2000DB710 KTA2000EB320 KTA2000EB340 KTA2000EB420 KTA2000EB440 KTA2000EB720 KTA2000EB740 KTA2000ED320 KTA2000ED340 KTA2000ED420 KTA2000ED440 KTA2000ED720 KTA2000ED740 KTA2000EL31 KTA2000EL32 KTA2000EL33 KTA2000EL34 KTA2000EL35 KTA2000EL41 KTA2000EL42 KTA2000EL43 KTA2000EL44 KTA2000EL45 KTA2000EL71 KTA2000EL72 KTA2000EL73

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA2000LP7C1 KTA2000LP7C2 KTA2000SL31 KTA2000SL41 KTA2000SL71 KTA2000TC3 KTA2000TC4 KTA2000TC7 KTA2000TN410 KTA2000TP410 KTA2000YA3 KTA2000YA4 KTA2000YA4 KTA2000ZC31 KTA2000ZC32 KTA2000ZC41 KTA2000ZC42 KTA2000ZC71 KTA2000ZC72 KTA2000ZP3 KTA2000ZP4 KTA2000ZP7

Designations KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2000AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 4X2000AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 5X2000AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 3X2000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X2000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X2000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X2000AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X2000AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X2000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X2000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X2000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X2000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X2000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X2000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X2000AL ZED ON FLAT

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Cat. no. KTA2500EL45 KTA2500EL71 KTA2500EL72 KTA2500EL73 KTA2500EL74 KTA2500EL75 KTA2500ER31 KTA2500ER32 KTA2500ER33 KTA2500ER34 KTA2500ER35 KTA2500ER36 KTA2500ER37 KTA2500ER41 KTA2500ER42 KTA2500ER43 KTA2500ER44 KTA2500ER45 KTA2500ER46 KTA2500ER47 KTA2500ER71 KTA2500ER72 KTA2500ER73 KTA2500ER74

Designations KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X2500AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X2500AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X2500AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2

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KTA2500

KTA2500AJ310 KTA2500AJ410 KTA2500AJ710 KTA2500CP31 KTA2500CP32 KTA2500CP33 KTA2500CP34 KTA2500CP41 KTA2500CP42 KTA2500CP43 KTA2500CP44 KTA2500CP71 KTA2500CP72 KTA2500CP73 KTA2500CP74 KTA2500DB310 KTA2500DB410 KTA2500DB710 KTA2500EB320 KTA2500EB340 KTA2500EB420 KTA2500EB440 KTA2500EB720 KTA2500EB740 KTA2500ED320 KTA2500ED340 KTA2500ED420 KTA2500ED440 KTA2500ED720 KTA2500ED740 KTA2500EL31 KTA2500EL32 KTA2500EL33 KTA2500EL34 KTA2500EL35 KTA2500EL41 KTA2500EL42 KTA2500EL43 KTA2500EL44

KT 3X2500AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 4X2500AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 5X2500AL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH KT 3X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X2500AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X2500AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X2500AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X2500AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X2500AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X2500AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 4X2500AL FEED UNIT EL N4

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KTA2500ER75 KTA2500ER76 KTA2500ER77 KTA2500ET31A KTA2500ET320 KTA2500ET32B KTA2500ET32C KTA2500ET33D KTA2500ET340 KTA2500ET41A KTA2500ET420 KTA2500ET42B KTA2500ET42C KTA2500ET43D KTA2500ET440 KTA2500ET71A KTA2500ET720 KTA2500ET72B KTA2500ET72C KTA2500ET73D KTA2500ET740 KTA2500LC3A KTA2500LC3B KTA2500LC4A KTA2500LC4B KTA2500LC7A KTA2500LC7B KTA2500LP3A1 KTA2500LP3A2 KTA2500LP3B1 KTA2500LP3B2 KTA2500LP3C1 KTA2500LP3C2 KTA2500LP4A1 KTA2500LP4A2 KTA2500LP4B1 KTA2500LP4B2 KTA2500LP4C1 KTA2500LP4C2

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA2500LP7A1 KTA2500LP7A2 KTA2500LP7B1 KTA2500LP7B2 KTA2500LP7C1 KTA2500LP7C2 KTA2500SL31 KTA2500SL41 KTA2500SL71 KTA2500TC3 KTA2500TC4 KTA2500TC7 KTA2500TN410 KTA2500TP410 KTA2500YA3 KTA2500YA4 KTA2500YA4 KTA2500ZC31 KTA2500ZC32 KTA2500ZC41 KTA2500ZC42 KTA2500ZC71 KTA2500ZC72 KTA2500ZP3 KTA2500ZP4 KTA2500ZP7

Designations KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X2500AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X2500AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 4X2500AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 5X2500AL ISOLATOR UNIT INV KT 3X2500AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X2500AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X2500AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X2500AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X2500AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X2500AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X2500AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X2500AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X2500AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X2500AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X2500AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X2500AL ZED ON FLAT

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Cat. no. KTA3200EL44 KTA3200EL45 KTA3200EL71 KTA3200EL72 KTA3200EL73 KTA3200EL74 KTA3200EL75 KTA3200ER31 KTA3200ER32 KTA3200ER33 KTA3200ER34 KTA3200ER35 KTA3200ER36 KTA3200ER37 KTA3200ER41 KTA3200ER42 KTA3200ER43 KTA3200ER44 KTA3200ER45 KTA3200ER46 KTA3200ER47 KTA3200ER71 KTA3200ER72 KTA3200ER73 KTA3200ER74 KTA3200ER75 KTA3200ER76 KTA3200ER77

Designations KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X3200AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X3200AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X3200AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1

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KTA3200

KTA3200CP31 KTA3200CP32 KTA3200CP33 KTA3200CP34 KTA3200CP41 KTA3200CP42 KTA3200CP43 KTA3200CP44 KTA3200CP71 KTA3200CP72 KTA3200CP73 KTA3200CP74 KTA3200DB310 KTA3200DB410 KTA3200DB710 KTA3200EB320 KTA3200EB340 KTA3200EB420 KTA3200EB440 KTA3200EB720 KTA3200EB740 KTA3200ED320 KTA3200ED340 KTA3200ED420 KTA3200ED440 KTA3200ED720 KTA3200ED740 KTA3200EL31 KTA3200EL32 KTA3200EL33 KTA3200EL34 KTA3200EL35 KTA3200EL41 KTA3200EL42 KTA3200EL43

KT 3X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X3200AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X3200AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X3200AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X3200AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X3200AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X3200AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X3200AL FEED UNIT EL N3

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KTA3200ET31A KTA3200ET320 KTA3200ET32B KTA3200ET32C KTA3200ET33D KTA3200ET340 KTA3200ET41A KTA3200ET420 KTA3200ET42B KTA3200ET42C KTA3200ET43D KTA3200ET440 KTA3200ET71A KTA3200ET720 KTA3200ET72B KTA3200ET72C KTA3200ET73D KTA3200ET740 KTA3200LC3A KTA3200LC3B KTA3200LC4A KTA3200LC4B KTA3200LC7A KTA3200LC7B KTA3200LP3A1 KTA3200LP3A2 KTA3200LP3B1 KTA3200LP3B2 KTA3200LP3C1 KTA3200LP3C2 KTA3200LP4A1 KTA3200LP4A2 KTA3200LP4B1 KTA3200LP4B2 KTA3200LP4C1

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA3200LP4C2 KTA3200LP7A1 KTA3200LP7A2 KTA3200LP7B1 KTA3200LP7B2 KTA3200LP7C1 KTA3200LP7C2 KTA3200SL31 KTA3200SL41 KTA3200SL71 KTA3200TC3 KTA3200TC4 KTA3200TC7 KTA3200TN410 KTA3200TP410 KTA3200YA3 KTA3200YA4 KTA3200YA4 KTA3200ZC31 KTA3200ZC32 KTA3200ZC41 KTA3200ZC42 KTA3200ZC71 KTA3200ZC72 KTA3200ZP3 KTA3200ZP4 KTA3200ZP7

Designations KT 4X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X3200AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X3200AL ISOLATOR UNIT NW KT 4X3200AL ISOLATOR UNIT NW KT 5X3200AL ISOLATOR UNIT NW KT 3X3200AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X3200AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X3200AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X3200AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X3200AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X3200AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X3200AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X3200AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X3200AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X3200AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X3200AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X3200AL ZED ON FLAT KT 3X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 3X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 3X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 3X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 4X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 4X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 4X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 4X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 5X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N1 KT 5X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N2 KT 5X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N3 KT 5X4000AL FLAT EDGEWISE N4 KT 3X4000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 4X4000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 5X4000AL EXPANSION UNIT KT 3X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 3X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 4X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 4X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 5X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 2M KT 5X4000AL BOLT ON LENGTH 4M KT 3X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 3X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 4X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 4X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 5X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 2M KT 5X4000AL PLUG-IN LENGTH 4M KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N3

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Cat. no. KTA4000EL44 KTA4000EL45 KTA4000EL71 KTA4000EL72 KTA4000EL73 KTA4000EL74 KTA4000EL75 KTA4000ER31 KTA4000ER32 KTA4000ER33 KTA4000ER34 KTA4000ER35 KTA4000ER36 KTA4000ER37 KTA4000ER41 KTA4000ER42 KTA4000ER43 KTA4000ER44 KTA4000ER45 KTA4000ER46 KTA4000ER47 KTA4000ER71 KTA4000ER72 KTA4000ER73 KTA4000ER74 KTA4000ER75 KTA4000ER76 KTA4000ER77 KTA4000ET31A KTA4000ET320 KTA4000ET32B KTA4000ET32C KTA4000ET33D KTA4000ET340 KTA4000ET41A KTA4000ET420 KTA4000ET42B KTA4000ET42C KTA4000ET43D KTA4000ET440 KTA4000ET71A KTA4000ET720 KTA4000ET72B KTA4000ET72C KTA4000ET73D KTA4000ET740 KTA4000LC3A KTA4000LC3B KTA4000LC4A KTA4000LC4B KTA4000LC7A KTA4000LC7B KTA4000LP3A1 KTA4000LP3A2 KTA4000LP3B1 KTA4000LP3B2 KTA4000LP3C1 KTA4000LP3C2 KTA4000LP4A1 KTA4000LP4A2 KTA4000LP4B1 KTA4000LP4B2 KTA4000LP4C1

Designations KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N1 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N2 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N3 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N4 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT EL N5 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 3X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 4X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N1 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N2 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N3 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N4 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N5 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N6 KT 5X4000AL FEED UNIT ER N7 KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 3X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 4X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 2M KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH KT 5X4000AL FEEDER LENGTH 4M KT 3X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 4X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 5X4000AL EDGEWISE ELBOW KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 3X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1

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KTA4000

KTA4000CP31 KTA4000CP32 KTA4000CP33 KTA4000CP34 KTA4000CP41 KTA4000CP42 KTA4000CP43 KTA4000CP44 KTA4000CP71 KTA4000CP72 KTA4000CP73 KTA4000CP74 KTA4000DB310 KTA4000DB410 KTA4000DB710 KTA4000EB320 KTA4000EB340 KTA4000EB420 KTA4000EB440 KTA4000EB720 KTA4000EB740 KTA4000ED320 KTA4000ED340 KTA4000ED420 KTA4000ED440 KTA4000ED720 KTA4000ED740 KTA4000EL31 KTA4000EL32 KTA4000EL33 KTA4000EL34 KTA4000EL35 KTA4000EL41 KTA4000EL42 KTA4000EL43

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Index of catalogue numbers

Cat. no. KTA4000LP4C2 KTA4000LP7A1 KTA4000LP7A2 KTA4000LP7B1 KTA4000LP7B2 KTA4000LP7C1 KTA4000LP7C2 KTA4000TC3 KTA4000TC4 KTA4000TC7 KTA4000TN410 KTA4000TP410 KTA4000YA3 KTA4000YA4 KTA4000YA4 KTA4000ZC31 KTA4000ZC32 KTA4000ZC41 KTA4000ZC42 KTA4000ZC71 KTA4000ZC72 KTA4000ZP3 KTA4000ZP4 KTA4000ZP7

Designations KT 4X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N1 KT 5X4000AL FLAT ELBOW N2 KT 3X4000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X4000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 5X4000AL TEE ON EDGE KT 4X4000AL NEUTRAL PERMUTA KT 4X4000AL PHASES PERMUTA KT 3X4000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X4000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 4X4000AL JUNCTION BLOC KT 3X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 3X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 4X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 4X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 5X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N1 KT 5X4000AL EDGEWISE ZED N2 KT 3X4000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 4X4000AL ZED ON FLAT KT 5X4000AL ZED ON FLAT

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Cat. no. KTB0230CR3 KTB0230CR6 KTB0230CR7 KTB0230CR8 KTB0230CS0 KTB0244FA KTB0244TT01 KTB0244ZA5 KTB0324FA KTB0324TT01 KTB0324ZA5 KTB0350BC01 KTB0350CR1 KTB0350CR2 KTB0350CR3 KTB0350CR6 KTB0350CR7 KTB0350CR8 KTB0350CS0 KTB0404FA KTB0404TT01 KTB0404ZA4 KTB0404ZA5 KTB0510BC01 KTB0510CR1 KTB0510CR2

Designations KT LOW VERT COVER FEED Y230 KT HORI COVER FEED EL N5 Y230 KT HORI COVER FOR OIL TR Y230 KT VERT COVER FOR OIL TR Y230 KT FLEXIBLE COVER Y230 E115 KT END COVER H244 KT KT ROOF PLATE H244 KT VERT FIXING BRACKED H244 KT END COVER H324 KT KT ROOF PLATE H324 KT VERT FIXING BRACKED H324 KT CABLES BOX Y350 KT HORI COVER FEED ER Y350 KT HIGH VERT COVER FEED Y350 KT LOW VERT COVER FEED Y350 KT HORI COVER FEED EL N5 Y350 KT HORI COVER FOR OIL TR Y350 KT VERT COVER FOR OIL TR Y350 KT FLEXIBLE COVER Y350 E115 KT END COVER H404 KT KT ROOF PLATE H404 KT HORI TOP BRACKED H104 A 404 KT VERT FIXING BRACKED H404 KT CABLES BOX Y510 KT HORI COVER FEED ER Y510 KT HIGH VERT COVER FEED Y510 KT LOW VERT COVER FEED Y510 KT HORI COVER FEED EL N5 Y510 KT HORI COVER FOR OIL TR Y510 KT VERT COVER FOR OIL TR Y510 KT FLEXIBLE COVER Y510 E115 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L PE NS630 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L N PE NS630 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L PEN NS630 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L PE NS1000 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L N PE NS1000 KT FIXED TAP-OFF 3L PEN NS1000

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KTB0000CR4 KTB0000CR5 KTB0000YB1 KTB0000YB2 KTB0000YB3 KTB0000YB4 KTB0000YC1 KTB0000YC2 KTB0000YC3 KTB0000YC4 KTB0000YC5 KTB0000YE1 KTB0000YE2 KTB0000YF1 KTB0000YS1 KTB0000YS2 KTB0000YS3 KTB0000YT1 KTB0000ZA1 KTB0000ZA3 KTB0074FA KTB0074TT01 KTB0074ZA4 KTB0104FA KTB0104TT01 KTB0124FA KTB0124TT01 KTB0164FA KTB0164TT01 KTB0164ZA5 KTB0204FA KTB0204TT01 KTB0204ZA5 KTB0230BC01 KTB0230CR1 KTB0230CR2

KT VERT COVER FEED EL N1 TO 4 KT HORI COVER FEED EL N1 TO 4 KT BOLT SNAP-OF HEAD KT SCREWS M12X60 NUTS & PLATES KT SCREWS M12X60 & TORQUE NUTS KT SCREWS M12X80 & TORQUE NUTS KT FLEXIBLE LINK L600 4 KT FLEXIBLE LINK L250A600 8 KT WAVY FLEXIBLE LINK L400 4 KT WAVY FLEXIBLE LINK L400 8 KT INSULATED FLEX LINK L1000 4 KT L PLATE 160 KT L PLATE 200 KT INSULATING SHEATH KT SUPPORT FOR BARS DBA115 KT CLAMP 100 KT CLAMP 120 KT BRAID 600MM2 L400 8 KT HORI FIXING BRACKED KT FIXING GRIP KT END COVER H74 KT KT ROOF PLATE H74 KT HORI TOP BRACKED H74 KT END COVER H104 KT KT ROOF PLATE H104 KT END COVER H124 KT KT ROOF PLATE H124 KT END COVER H164 KT KT ROOF PLATE H164 KT VERT FIXING BRACKED H74A164 KT END COVER H204 KT KT ROOF PLATE H204 KT VERT FIXING BRACKED H204 KT CABLES BOX Y230 KT HORI COVER FEED ER Y230 KT HIGH VERT COVER FEED Y230

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In decentralised distribution, Canalis hits the high note!

PD202380

b b b b b

To better meet your needs, Canalis extends its system solutions. New low and medium power busbar trunking products. Pre-equipped luminaires. Strip lighting. Specially designed cable trays.

A total coordination with the Schneider Electric system

More than 50,000 km of Canalis busbar trunking has been sold around the world.

Canalis is now part of a comprehensive offering of Schneider Electric products designed to operate together. This concept covers all low and medium voltage electrical distribution components. The result is an optimised electrical installation with even higher performance through full electrical, mechanical and communication compatibility. With the new Canalis range, you get a complete, tested distribution solution that complies with standards. It is perfectly suited to traditional applications (factories, warehouses, etc.) and to the distribution of electrical power from the incoming transformer on through to all types of loads in ofces, commercial premises, laboratories, etc.

Canalis KT is changing to provide you with


PD202382

b more exibility. The adjustable section adapts to the worksite thus making sure you meet deadlines,

b ease of connection with the plug and play transformer and switchboard connections, b more assistance. Our teams will assist you throughout your project.
PD202088-104

Canalis moves forward without changing the way you work


The new Canalis range is fully compatible with the existing range. An existing installation can be upgraded without any problem.

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Canalis on its second world tour

With Canalis, you play all the right notes!

Introduction

Distribution systems
PD202043

Schneider Electric offers different distribution systems to t your operating needs.

Centralised distribution
b v v v v v b v v v For all continuous processes: cement plants oil and gas petrochemicals steel paper, etc. Centralised distribution offers: continuity of service combined distribution of power, control and monitoring circuits supervision, etc.

Our solutions: b Prisma Plus and Okken switchboards.

PD202044

Decentralised distribution
b v v v v v v v b v v v v For manufacturing industries: mechanical textiles lumber injection moulding electronics pharmaceuticals livestock, etc. Decentralised distribution lets you: design installations without layout details upgrade without shutting down production get systems up and running sooner thanks to faster installation generate savings depending on the number of loads.

Our solutions: b Prisma Plus switchboards b Canalis busbar trunking.

PD202155

Combined distribution
Where the advantages of both centralised and decentralised distribution are required. b Commercial and service buildings: v ofces v stores v hospitals v exhibition halls, etc. b Infrastructures: v airports v telecommunications v internet data centres v tunnels, etc. b Industrial facilities: v pharmaceuticals v food processing, etc. Our solutions: b Prisma Plus and Okken switchboards b Canalis busbar trunking.

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With Canalis, you play all the right notes!

PD202427

Exclusive features of the Schneider Electric system

Total coordination of the Schneider Electric system provides maximum safety of life and property, continuity of service, upgradeability and ease of installation. Total coordination is made easy by the tables in the Selection Guide. They help you chose the right combination of circuit breakers and busbar trunking. Product characteristics are checked by calculations and tests carried out in our laboratories.

A competitive installation.

Simplicity, upgradeability, safety and continuity of service and operation. Savings start with installation With tap-off points every 3 metres, Canalis busbar trunking reduces installation costs. Given the low cost of adding new circuits, savings increase as the number of loads increases, a natural consequence of the growth of your business.
DD205658

Upgradeable during operation In decentralised distribution, evolving operating requirements and costs are integrated right from the start. b The addition, relocation or replacement of load equipment can be carried out quickly, without de-energising the supply trunking or shutting down operation. b The cost of making such changes is greatly reduced: v loads are located close to supply points v tap-off points are always available v tap-units can be reused or new ones added quickly for load relocation or replacement needs.

PD202383

Reusable in the event of major changes When making major modications to your installation, the existing trunking can be easily dismantled and reused.

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The Canalis decentralised distribution concept

Electrical power available at all points,throughout the installation.

Canalis, in total harmony with the environment!

Introduction

Safety of life and property


DD205675

With Canalis, no toxic emission in case of re

The busbar trunking has a low combustible load. Its construction uses very little consumable material and is halogen free. In the event of a re, the busbar trunking does not emit any gas or toxic smoke. The busbar trunking helps prevent the propagation of a re through partition walls and oors. Halogen-sensitive applications b Public buildings (infrastructures, hospitals, schools, etc.). b Buildings with evacuation difculties (high-rises, ships, etc.) and service-activity buildings. b Sensitive processes (production of electronic components, etc.).

Canalis contains no PVCs


Example: Consequences of a re in a 100 m2 ofce with electrical distribution by cables. 200 kg of cables (i.e. 20 kg of PVC) produces: b 4400 m3 of smoke b 7.5 m3 of hydrochloric acid b 3.7 kg of corroded steel.

When PVCs burn, they produce large amounts of smoke that can be a serious safety hazard. b Reduced visibility: v risk of panic v complicates rescue work b Smoke toxicity: v hydrogen chloride gas (highly toxic) v carbon monoxide (danger of asphyxiation).

Health
DD205674

Canalis reduces the risk of exposure to electromagnetic elds


According to the WHO (World Health Organisation), exposure to electromagnetic elds can be a health hazard starting at levels as low as 0.2 micro-Teslas and could represent a long-term risk of cancer. Some countries have created standards that stipulate limits (e.g. 0.2 T at 1 metre in Sweden). All electrical conductors generate magnetic elds proportional to the distance between them. The design of Canalis busbar trunking with tightly spaced conductors in a metal enclosure helps to considerably reduce radiated electromagnetic elds. The electromagnetic eld characteristics of Canalis busbar trunking are welldened and measurements show that they are far below potentially dangerous levels. You will nd the magnetic induction values of our products on the Characteristics pages.

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Canalis, in total harmony with the environment!

b Canalis busbar trunking can be reused. Canalis busbar trunking is designed for a long service life and can easily be dismantled, cleaned and reused. b All packaging materials can be recycled (cardboard or recyclable polyethylene lm). b All Canalis products are designed for safe end-of-life recycling. PVC, on the other hand, requires neutralisation of the hydrochloric acid produced using lime and generates dioxins that are extremely toxic.

Canalis helps conserve natural resources

Example: 1 kg of PVC generates 1 kg of waste.

The depletion of raw materials (copper, plastics, etc.) is one of our ongoing concerns. For this reason, we have optimised the used of all materials used to make our busbar trunking. b Reduction of dangerous or polluting materials. We design our products to meet future European directives. b Reduction in the weight of insulating materials. b Reduction in the use of plastics for improved re performance: less energy released during combustion, thereby limiting propagation and facilitating extinction (lower caloric value).

Conservation of natural resources

Canalis reduces your line losses by 20 % Canalis divides your consumption of plastic by a factor of four

The cost of an electrical installation includes the initial investment for the equipment and its installation, the cost of maintenance and the cost of energy losses during operation. The concept of decentralised distribution is a way to merge all the circuits in one and thus to reduce to the maximum the low cross-section lengths and the weight of insulating materials. Example: 34 m of Canalis KS 250 A trunking equipped with fourteen 4-pole 25 A feeders.
DD205656n

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Environment
DD205673

Canalis is fully recyclable

Canalis, fortissimo throughout the range!

Introduction

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PD202384

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Canalis, fortissimo throughout the range!

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Canalis KT, a display of advantages!

Introduction

A compact solution

b The compact size of Canalis KT means it takes up very little space in the building: v used as a rising main, it takes up only a minimum of space, v used for horizontal distribution, it ts easily into the buildings structure (false oors, false ceilings, service shafts, etc). b Changes in direction have been designed to optimise the space taken up, contrary to an equivalent installation using cables which requires large bending radii. b Tap-off units, complete with protective devices, are tted along the entire length of the busbar trunking thus reducing the oor area taken up by the electrical distribution switchboards.
DD202860

A simple and economical system

b The design study is easy to perform as it does not require a detailed layout of each load. Equipment choice is pre-determined and optimised. b Installing the busbar trunking requires 2 or 3 people only, for a time equivalent to that for installing cableways. The time normally needed for laying cables is therefore saved. b Connection to the MV / LV substation is made using a quick tting joint block. The tap-off units can be prepared in the workshop thus reducing on-site time. Their connection to the busbar trunking is done in a single plugging-on operation. b Installing busbar trunking lengths can be done as and when building work progresses, thus optimising on-site work and allowing possible unexpected events to be anticipated in advance. b It is also important to note that busbar trunking is a factory tested solution, meaning the time needed for inspecting connections is reduced (visual inspection of tightening torque).

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Canalis KT, a display of advantages!

b Installation standards UTE C 15-105 chapter B.6.2 and IEC 60 364 chapter 5.523.6 stipulate that above 4 parallel cables, it is preferable to use busbar trunking. Paralleling many cables leads to uneven distribution of currents and the risk of abnormal temperature rise. b The busbar trunking and tap-off units are designed to guarantee the safety of personnel and equipment: v plug-on connections to silver-plated copper bars, v bolted connections with tightening torque guaranteed by torque nuts, v foolproof system to avoid the risk of assembly errors, v IP55 certied splash and dust protection, v sprinkler resistance test in compliance with Volkswagen specications, v access to live parts have IPxxD protection (1 mm wire diameter). Its metal enclosure and high protection degree protect the busbar trunking from all external aggressions (corrosion, rodents, etc).
PD202386

Operating continuity

When working on the electrical installation, the busbar trunking provides immediate readability of the electrical circuit thus allowing the appropriate zone to be quickly identied. Tap-off units can be plugged-on and off without the need for a shutdown; service continuity is thus irreproachable. The quality of the electrical contacts guarantees maintenance free operating continuity.

A large range of tap-off units


PD202229-68

Canalis KS tap-off units are fully compatible with Canalis KT: b they cover all your requirements: v Canalis KS tap-off units: 63 to 400 A, v Canalis KT tap-off units: 400 to 1000 A, b they offer circuit breaker or fuse protection. This offer includes tap-off units that can be tted with the Transparent Ready system: v they monitor your installation to avoid overloads, thus ensuring service continuity, v they provide metering to allow accurate management of your electrical distribution network (allocation of costs to each consumer).

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Complete safety

b Busbar trunking temperature rise and short-circuit withstand are known and independent of the installation. Coordination of the Schneider Electric system results in complete control of the electrical network.

Canalis KT, everyone to their music!

Introduction

Ofce and hospital buildings


PD202391

Key points
b Fire barrier. b Halogen free. b Small size. b Operating continuity.

PD202388

Shopping centres, airports and exhibition centres


PD202387

Key points
b Halogen free. b Distribution and metering. b Able to be evolved. b Sprinklers.

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PD202389

Canalis KT, everyone to their music!

b Operating continuity. b Able to be evolved. b Low voltage drops. b Network readability.

PD202392

Internet Data Centers


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Key points
b Operating continuity. b High tap-off density. b Able to be evolved. b Network compactness and readability.

PD202394

PD202395

PD202393

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Car industry and industrial buildings


PD395077-68

Key points

Play all the worlds music with Canalis!

Tertiary
Introduction
Name Lighting and low current KDP KBA KBB Medium current KN KS b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b High current KT France Germany France Luxembourg Germany Sweden Spain Spain Tunisia Sweden New Zealand Country

Ofces
PD202244

Air France (headquarters) Allianz Axa Chamber of Commerce Commerz Bank Lexel Telefnica Trade Center Tour du RDC Turning Torso Vodafone

Internet Data Center


PD202245

Banco Commercial Portugus Colt Digiplex IBM MCI-Worldcom b b b b b b

b b b b

b b b b

Portugal France Sweden Spain, Italy Italy, United Kingdom

Hotels and restaurants


PD202246

Hyatt b b Soldeo Andorra Hotel

b b

Tunisia France Spain

Mc Donalds

Hospitals
PD202247

Children Clinic Brussels University Hospital Derby Hospital Oran Hospital St Joseph Hospital Stockholm Hospital Val de Grce Hospital Michalon Hospital Manussia Hospital b b

b b

Sweden Belgium United Kingdom

b b b b b b b

Algeria France Sweden France France Egypt

Supermarkets and hypermarkets


PD202248

Alcampo Auchan B&Q

b b b b b b b b b b b b b

b b b b b b b b b b

b b b b b b

Spain World United Kingdom World Italy Spain, France China, Spain, France, Sweden Belgium, Spain, United Kingdom

Carrefour Coop Fnac Ikea Mark & Spencer ToysR Us

b Schneider Electric

Spain

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Industry
Name Lighting and low current KDP KBA b b b b b b b b b b KBB b b b Medium current KN b b b b b b b KS b b b b b b b b b b b b b b High current KT Country

Car industry
PD202249

BMW Citron Daewo Dacia Iveco Peugeot Nissan Renault Seat Valo Volkswagen

Italy China, Spain, France South Korea Romania Spain, Italy China, Spain, France Spain Spain, France, Czech Republic Spain China, France, Italy, Poland Spain, Germany

b b b

b b

Other industries
Aerospace industry
Airbus b b b Italy

Food-processing industry
Coca-Cola Danone Pasquier b b b b b b b Spain, Italy, Belgium World France

Livestock production farms and greenhouses


Favier henhouse Greenhouse b b b France Netherlands

Ceramic industry
Esmalglas ceramic b b b b b Spain

Electricity
Legrand b France, Turkey

Watch-making
Rolex b b b Switzerland

Microelectronics
Intel ST Micro-lectronique b b b b b b b b Irelande France

Lead industry and water treatment


Grundfos b China

Industrial technology
Bosch b b China

Telephony
Phillips Nokia b b b Netherlands Sweden

Textile industry
Louis Vuitton Delta b b b b b Spain Israel

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Play all the worlds music with Canalis!

Infrastructure
Introduction
Name Lighting and low current KDP KBA b KBB b Medium current KN b b KS b b b b b b b b b b High current KT b France Egypt United Kingdom China Sweden Sweden Spain Country

Airports
PD202250

Paris Airport Cairo Airport Heathrow Airport Hong-Kong Airport Landvetter Airport Arlanda Satelite Barajas

Marine
PD202251

Chantier de lAtlantique Meyerwerft

b b

b b

France Germany

Undergrounds
PD202252

Guanghzou Underground London Underground Madrid Underground Singapore Underground

b b b b b

China United Kingdom Spain Singapore

Other infrastructures

Alexandria Library Centre international dexposition de Suzhou CERN Stade de France b

b b b b

Egypt China

b b

Switzerland France

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Technical les

The technical les have been compiled from completed contracts and provide answers to questions concerning the installation of Canalis busbar trunking in specic business sectors.

In data centers
Reference: ART 3722 DESBS001FR

In exhibition centres
Reference: ART 65946 KD0C00CTAFEEN

In shopping centres

Reference: Available in your sales ofce.

In electronics factories
Reference: ART 65944 KD0C00CTAFEEN Reference: DEBU005EN

In tiles factories

In car plants

Reference: Available in your sales ofce.

In livestock buildings
Reference: DESWED105010EN Reference: ART 808260 DESWED105013EN Reference: ART 807993 DESWED105011EN

In greenhouses

In logistic centres

In cruise ships

Reference: DESWED105014EN

In garages

Reference: DESWED103004EN

Find a large range of Cahier Technique publications on the Schneider Electric web site: www.schneider-electric.com.

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Introduction

Work-out your solution together


PD202396

Our teams are available to provide customers with technical assistance throughout the installation of their projects. b v v v v b v v v Design of electrical distribution architectures: design of decentralised transport and distribution systems, technical and nancial optimisation of busbar trunking design projects, transformer / switchboard link, installation coordination and discrimination. Full installation drawings: 3D Autocad drawings with corresponding parts lists, 2D drawing with dimensions, detailed connection drawings.

b Site supervision and commissioning assistance. b Training for designers and contractors.
DD210861

Project launch

Technical support CanBrass drawing

After-sales service Autocad drawing On-site instruction and installation Project management

Production

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CanBrass gives you all the help you need


PD202374

Schneider Electric offers a comprehensive design and costing software. The CanBrass software, edited by Schneider Electric, was developed to help you design and cost Canalis busbar trunking runs. CanBrass, a comprehensive tool The CanBrass software allows you to quickly design the best layout for your project. It allows: b the material needed to be easily chosen, b a list of catalogue numbers and their exact quantities to be dened, b a comprehensive quote that includes material and labour. b There are 2 options: b linear metre costing, b graphical costing.

Design guide

Linear metre costing

The user enters the following parameters: b for the power run: rating, polarity, protection degree, b for each feeder: number of machines, rating and protection, b overall run length, number of change-of-direction sections and the connection type.
PD202375

Enter Canalis run characteristics.


PD202376

Switchboard access estimation of material and labour costs.

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Graphical costing

Simply create a 3D drawing of the busbar trunking using appropriate dialogue boxes. Enter the following: b rating, b polarity, b connection types.
PD202377

Denition of catalogue numbers

The software gives an optimum breakdown of the project and provides a bill of materials: catalogue number, quantity, price. The software can also generate 2D or 3D drawings with dimensions.
PD202378

Breakdown of the run by product function.

Quote

The CanBrass software can generate a comprehensive customised quote (quantity, catalogue number, unit price, total net price and installation time).
PD202379

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Presentation and description

Presentation

Panorama of Canalis range Lighting distribution Power distribution Canalis KTA from 800 to 4000 A For horizontal transport and distribution For distribution to different levels Tap-off units from 25 to 1000 A

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Description
General Run sections Other run sections Disconnectors and run protective devices Change of direction sections Connection sections Connection accessories Supports and xings Tap-off units Plug-on tap-off units for circuit breakers Plug-on tap-off units for fuses Fixed tap-off units for circuit breakers

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Presentation Description

Presentation

Panorama of Canalis range Lighting distribution

Canalis KTA

Range
PD202216

Canalis KDP
PD202217

Canalis KBA

Degree of protection Number of circuits Rating Tap-off intervals Standard lengths Finish Maximum distance between xing points

Run components

IP55 1 20 A 1200 - 1350 - 1500 - 2400 - 2700 and 3000 mm 24 and 192 meters 0,70 meter

IP55 1 25 and 40 A 500 - 1000 and 1500 mm 2 and 3 meters Galvanised steel 3 meters

Presentation

KDP-KBA-KBB tap-off units


PD202225 PD202225

Rating

10 and 16 A

10 and 16 A

Option

White RAL 9010 Bus conductor -

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Presentation

Panorama of Canalis range Lighting distribution

Canalis KTA

Canalis KBB
PD202219 PD202220

Canalis KBX

IP55 1 or 2 25 and 40 A 500 and 1000 mm 2 and 3 meters Galvanised steel 5 meters

IP20 1 25 A 1,55 and 3,10 meters White 3 meters

PD202225

10 and 16 A

White RAL 9010 Bus conductor Clean earth

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Presentation

Presentation

Panorama of Canalis range Power distribution

Canalis KTA

Range
PD202221

Canalis KN
PD202222

Canalis KS

Presentation

Degree of protection Polarity Rating Tap-off intervals Standard lengths Finish Maximum distance between xing points

Run components

IP55 3L + N + PE 40, 63, 100 and 160 A 500 - 1000 or 3000 mm 3 meters White RAL 9001 3 meters

IP55 3L + N + PE 100, 160, 250, 400, 500, 630, 1000 mm on each face 3 and 5 meters White RAL 9001 3 meters

Tap-off units
PD202227 PD202228

Rating

Plug-in Bolt-on

16 to 63 A

25 to 400 A

Option

Remote control conductor

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Panorama of Canalis range Power distribution

Canalis KTA

Canalis KS, rising mains


PD202223 PD202088-74

Canalis KT

800 and 1000 A

IP55 3L + N + PE 100, 160, 250, 400, 500, 630, 800 and 1000 A 500 mm Dened by the oor pitch White RAL 9001 Dened by the oor pitch

IP55 3L + PE ; 3L + N +PE ; 3L + N + oversized PE 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200 and 4000 A 500 - 1000 mm 2 and 4 meters White RAL 9001 3 meters

PD202228

25 to 400 A

PD202229

25 to 400 A 400 to 1000 A -

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Presentation

Presentation

Canalis KTA from 800 to 4000 A For horizontal transport and distribution
Tap-off units
b Canalis KS plug-on tap-off units are compatible with the Canalis KT busbar trunking: v protection by 25 to 400 A fuses, v protection by 100 to 400 A Compact NS circuit breakers. b Canalis KT xed tap-off units: v protection by 400 to 1000 A Compact NS circuit breakers.
PD202314 PD202315

Canalis KTA Run sections


b b v v b v b Rating: 800 to 4000 A. Transport sections: xed lengths: 2 and 4 meters, non-standard lengths: 0.5 and 3 meters, Distribution sections: xed lengths: 2 and 4 meters, Adjustable lengths 1.10 to 1.50 meters.

Change-of-direction sections
b Change-of-direction sections adapt to all busbar trunking requirements. b There are both xed and made-tomeasure lengths.

Presentation
PD202328 PD202312

PD202313

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Canalis KTA from 800 to 4000 A For horizontal transport and distribution
Universal supply connections
b Supply connections allow the busbar trunking to be connected to the switchboards busbar or to the transformer.

Canalis KTA Interface connections


b Pre-fabricated interfaces connections can be incorporated into: v Prisma Plus and Okken switchboards, v France Transfo dry-type transformers.

Horizontal xing supports


b There are two types of support for installing the busbar trunking horizontally. b One type of xing: to x the busbar trunking to its support.

PD202431

PD202317

PD202318

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Presentation

Presentation

Canalis KTA from 800 to 4000 A For distribution to different levels


Rising mains

Canalis KTA Run sections

b Rating: 800 to 4000 A. b Distribution sections, xed 2 meter lengths. b Transport sections for going through oor slabs, xed 0.5 to 3 meter lengths.
PD202320 PD202319

Presentation
b For installing the busbar trunking vertically, they ensure: v height and depth adjustment, v load sharing, v absorption of expansions, vibrations, etc. b They can be xed either to the oor, the wall or to a bracket.
PD202321

Vertical xing support

b Canalis KS tap-off units are compatible with the Canalis KT busbar trunking: v protection by 25 to 400 A fuses, v protection by 100 to 400 A Compact NS circuit breakers. b Canalis KT xed tap-off units: v protection by 400 to 1000 A Compact NS circuit breakers.
PD202322

Tap-off units

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Presentation

Tap-off units from 25 to 1000 A

Canalis KTA Rating (A) Type of protection

Modular switchgear

Compact NS

Fuses

Compact NS with measurement and metering

Plug-on tap-off units


PD202149 PD202150 PD202138

25 to 100

63 A, 8 x 18 mm modules
PD202148

25 / 50 A for NF / DIN fuses 32 A for BS fuses For Compact NS100 circuit breaker
PD202147

100 A, 12 x 18 mm modules 63 A for DIN fuses 100 A for NF / DIN fuses 80 A for BS fuses
PD202150 PD202150 PD202323

160

For NG125 / 160 circuit breaker For Compact NS160 circuit breaker 160 A for NF / DIN / BS fuses
PD202324 PD202184

250 to 400

Fitted with DIN rail for Powerlogic PM810


PD202324

For Compact NS250 circuit breaker


PD202325

For Compact NS250 circuit breaker 250 / 400 A for NF / DIN fuses
PD202325

For Compact NS400 circuit breaker For Compact NS400 circuit breaker

Fixed tap-off units


PD202326

400 and 630

For Compact NS400 and NS630 circuit breaker


PD202327

800 and 1000

For Compact NS800 and NS1000 circuit breaker Schneider Electric

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Description

General

Canalis KTA
The Canalis KT busbar trunking is intended for high power distribution and transport in industrial, commercial and tertiary buildings. Assembly of prefabricated sections that adapt to all run congurations.

Run sections
b b b b b b
3L + PE
DD202435-m

8 ratings are available, from 800 to 4000 A. 4 aluminium live conductors with identical cross-sections (3L + N + PE version). Conductors insulated using polyester lm, class B 130 C, halogen free. Standard busbar trunking is IP55. Insulation voltage: 1000 Volts. Available polarities: 3L + PE, 3L + N +PE, 3L + N + PER (reinforced PE)

DD202434-m

DD202387

Description

The KT busbar trunking is of compact design and can be installed edgewise, at or vertically. This design, allows the busbar trunking to be installed through a oor slab or re barrier wall. As standard, the Canalis KT busbar trunking acts as a re barrier in accordance with IEC 60439-2. The RAL 9001 pre-lacquered galvanized steel casing provides protection and mechanical xing of the conductors. Further, it is used as the PE protective conductor (in accordance with NFC 15100 and IEC 60364). In its reinforced version 3L + N + PER, the busbar trunking is tted with an additional internal conductor with a cross-section equal to half that of the phase conductor. This version also has lateral reinforcements to allow high short-circuit currents (Isc) to be supported. The Canalis KT busbar trunking is suitable for applications containing harmonics by taking into account the appropriate derating factor. See Harmonic currents in the Design guide.

3L + N + PE The conductors are sandwiched together inside the metal casing.


DD202436-m DD202388

3L + N + PER

Tap-off contact
The KS plug-on tap-off units are connected to the busbar trunking whilst live (offload) via spring jaw connections. Contact zone coating: b silver-plated copper at jaw contact points, b aluminium / silver-plated copper bimetallic saddle welded to the live conductors.
The electrical contact pads of the sections are made from bonded bimetallic aluminium / copper.
DD202498

Joint block
The junction between sections is made using a joint block. The joint block provides the following: b electrical junction between live conductors and between PE protective conductors, mechanical link between the two sections. It provides simultaneous continuity between all conductors. It is tightened using torque bolt(s) (1 to 4 depending on the rating) with snap-off heads. The nut head snaps-off, freeing a red washer, when the correct tightening torque is reached. This operation is checked visually: b if the red washer is absent: it has been tightened, b if the red washer is visible: it has not been tightened. This device guarantees the necessary contact pressure between live conductors and is operator independent. For dismantling or maintenance operations, the nut has a second head. The tightening torque is 6 daN.m. All sections (apart from ER and EL feed units) are supplied with their joint block, delivered in a separate parcel. If the run has a feed unit (ER or EL) at each end, an additional joint block must be ordered.
DD202389 DD202445

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Description

Run sections

Canalis KTA Straight sections Transport sections - Type ET


Transport the current without tap-off points. Available in 2 and 4 metre xed lengths or made to measure from 0.50 to 3 metres.
DD202390

Adjustable section - Type AJ

Compensates for dimensional differences in the installation. Adjustable length from 1.10 to 1.50 metres.
DD202483

Sections with tap-off points for plug-on tap-off units Type ED


ED run sections are for current distribution. They use 25 to 400 A KS tap-off units. These tap-off units can be plugged-on whilst live, but off-load. Available in xed 2 or 4 metre lengths with 3 tap-off points on one side.
DD202438

Sections with tap-off points for xed tap-off units - Type EB

EB run sections are for current distribution. They use specic KT 400 to 1000 A tap-off units. These tap-off units can only be tted / removed when the run is not energised. Available in a 2 metre xed length with one tap-off point or a 4 metre xed length with 2 tap-off points.

DD202437

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Description

Description

Other run sections Disconnectors and run protective devices

Canalis KTA Other run sections


DD202446

Expansion section - Type DB

It controls and absorbs the expansion of Canalis runs and must be used on runs over 30 metres and each time the busbar trunking passes through a building expansion joint. Refer to the installation guide. Available in a 1 metre length, it can be tted vertically or horizontally. At its centre it has exible conductor joints and a sliding case able to absorb the relative movements of each part of the section.

Transposition sections - Types TN, TP Description


DD202439

Used when the phase order of the switchboard is different to that of the transformer. Available in a 1 metre length and is the same physical size as a transport section. b The TN version transposes the neutral.
DD202391

b The TP type transposes the phases.


DD202392 DD210811A DD210813

Additional joint block - Type YA

If the run has a feed unit (supplied without a joint block) at each end, an additional joint block must be ordered. Each joint block is supplied with the necessary covers, nuts and bolts.

Run end cover - Type FA

The end cover protects and insulates the conductor ends and is tted to the last section.

Disconnectors and run protective devices


Fitted between 2 at or edgewise sections, they isolate or protect a busbar trunking part run. Each assembly is supplied tted with a 3 or 4-pole device complete with rotary handle. Supplied with: b an auxiliary connection terminal, b lifting rings, b upstream and downstream terminal shields. Colour: white RAL 9001, 100 % polyester paint on galvanized sheet steel. Refer to manufacturers data for switchgear characteristics. Fitted with a rotary handle, the tap-off unit can only be opened once the device has been switched off.
DD202440 DD202441

Run disconnector tap-off units - Type SL

Type SL for: b Compact NS 1000 to 1600 A type NA xed isolators: v unhingeable door, v 3-point closing (possibility of locking with key lock, not supplied), b Interpact INV isolator, 2000 to 2500 A: v unhingeable door, v 3-point closing (possibility of locking with key lock, not supplied), b Masterpact NW 3200 A type HA xed isolator supplied with: v transparent protection cover, v adaptation kit for Ronis lock + 1 Ronis lock, v complete Harting plug, not cabled.

Run protection tap-off units - Type PL

Type PL for: b Compact NS 1000 to 1600 A type N xed circuit-breakers: v unhingeable door, v 3-point closing (possibility of locking with key lock, not supplied). For circuit-breakers greater than 1600 A, consult the sales ofce.

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Description

Change of direction sections

Canalis KTA Simple changes of direction Elbows - Types LP and LC


DD202393

To go up or down, to turn right or left: b type LP, at elbow available in xed or made-to-measure lengths,

b type LPpC, at made-to-measure angled elbow,


DD202432

b type LC, edgewise elbow available in xed or made-to-measure lengths,


DD202394

b type LCpC, edgewise made-to-measure angled elbow.


DD202433

Edgewise T junctions - Type TC


DD202395

To feed runs perpendicular to the main run.

Changes of direction Zeds - Types ZP, ZC and CP


3-branch made-to-measure: b at or edgewise, to move the run axis upwards, downwards, to the right or to the left without having to bend the busbar trunking: v type ZP, at Zed,
DD202396

v type ZC, edgewise Zed,


DD202397

b edgewise / at, to provide the busbar trunking with a bend: v Type CP, edgewise and/or at Zed.
DD202398

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Description

Description

Connection sections

Canalis KTA
To connect the KTA busbar trunking to different terminals or to transformer, switchboard, generator set, etc. busbars. Canalis offers high performance connection sections which meet all requirements. These sections provide installation exibility combined with quick and simple assembly. Further, the connections are made using torque bolts which provide both ease of installation (use of a standard spanner for tightening to 6 daN.m) and a visual check before energising.

Connections via interface to Prisma Plus, Okken and Trihal


Direct connection to Trihal transformers and Prisma Plus & Okken switchboards. Supplied factory or panelbuilder assembled and tested to IEC 60439-1 and 2. Quick and simple connection of the busbar trunking to the interface. Reduced size. Joint block integrated into the interface. A sealing kit (rating dependent) must be ordered.
DD202314 DD202306

Description

Sealing kit

Prisma Plus and Okken switchboards

For xed or draw-out incoming device, front or rear connection: b Masterpact NW08 to NW40 or NT06 to NT16 circuit-breaker, b Compact NS630b to NS1600 circuit-breaker.
Prisma Plus switchboard
DD202310

Possibility of switching the phases around.

Okken switchboard

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Description

Connection sections

Canalis KTA
DD202503

France Transfo Trihal dry type transformers


For naturally ventilated or force ventilated transformers. Protection degree: b IP00, b IP31. Secondary voltage: 410 V 15 mm adjustment in the 3 axes.

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Description

Description

Connection sections

Canalis KTA Universal connections to switchboards and oil immersed transformers


DD210777

Feed units - Type ER

They allow the busbar trunking to be connected to a switchboards busbar, or to the terminals of an oil immersed transformer, generator set, etc. They come complete with a mounting plate tted: b either directly to the roof of the switchboard, b or via the intermediary of a protective cover. Vertical or horizontal incoming busbar trunking.
DD202399

Description

Types ER N1/N2

Types ER N3/N4

Types ER N5/N6

Type ER N7

Connection: b either directly to the busbar, b or by exible bars and connection plates, b or by braids, b or by cables. b ER feed units are supplied without a joint block. b If the run has a feed unit at each end, an additional joint block must be ordered.

DD202502

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Description

Connection sections

Canalis KTA Protective covers - Types CS, CR, BC


Protects the external part of the connection. b Type CS Height adaptable exible protective cover adaptable for ER N1 to N6 feed units with a between centres distance of 115 mm.

10276 -03-d1

For a vertical incomer - Types CR1 to CR3

Made-to-measure rigid protective cover for ER N1 to N7 feed units. They are height adjustable by 50 mm. b Type CR 1 for a horizontal incomer.
DD205623

b Types CR2 and CR3 for a vertical incomer.


10276-3 03-d4 DD205624

b Types CR7 and CR8 Protective covers for oil immersed transformers. Only for ER N1 to N6 feed units with a between centres distance of 150 or 170 mm depending on the rating. Fit directly onto the BT series transformer tanks. Never use with HV porcelaine bushings. v Type CR7 for a vertical incomer.
DD202321

v Type CR8 for a horizontal incomer.


DD202325

v Type BC Protective cover for direct cable connection to ER N1 to N6 feed units with a between centres distance of 115 mm.

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Description

Description

Connection sections

Canalis KTA Universal connections to dry type transformers


DD202447

Feed units - Type EL

For dry type transformers with the neutral between the phases. They allow optimum connection to the busbar trunking. The junction with the busbar trunking is achieved: b either from the side,
DD202442

Description

Type EL N1/N2

b or from the centre.


DD202443 DD202444

Type EL N3/N4
DD202448

Type EL N5

They are of similar design to straight transport sections and can be installed edgewise or at. If installed at, a set of angle brackets can be ordered. The following must be specied at the time of order: phase order, distance between phases (a 20 mm lateral adjustment can be made use of on site). The link between the transformer terminals and the connection section is either by exible bar connection plates or by braids.

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Connection sections

Canalis KTA Protective covers - Type CR4 to CR6


These protect the connections with an IP31 casing when connecting to a transformer. They are height adjustable by 50 mm. b Type CR4 Protective cover for EL N1 to N4 feed units. Edgewise assembly.
DD202342

b Type CR5 Protective cover for EL N1 to N4 feed units. Flat assembly.


DD202343

b Type CR6 Protective cover for EL N5 feed unit. Edgewise assembly.


DD202346

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Description

Description

Connection accessories

Canalis KTA Accessories for direct connection to the switchboard


The conductors of ER N1 to N6 feed units are connected directly to the switchboard busbars. YB2 copper spacers are available to compensate differences in thickness between the switchboard bars (10 mm) and the connection part (6 mm). Make-up of kit: b 8 x 2 mm thick copper spacers, b 16 off M12 x 60 mm bolts, class 8.8, b 16 contact washers, b 16 torque nuts, b 8 steel spacer plates. Order a set per feed unit whatever the rating.
DD202400 DD202410 DD202363

Description

Switchboard connection accessories using connection plates


The conductors of ER N1 to N6 feed units are connected via connection plates to the switchboard busbars. The YC types are exible bars made up of 5 copper sheets of 1 x 100 mm (500 mm cross-section). The number of connection plates needed is proportional to the busbar trunking rating. There are 3 types: b YC1, uninsulated 600 mm long bar with 4 oblong holes at one end. The length of the holes at the switchboard side are to be adapted on-site,
104202DD DD210784

b YC2, uninsulated bar, made-to-measure length of 250 to 600 mm with 4 oblong holes at each end, ready to use,
DD202402

b YC5, insulated 1000 mm long exible bar, stripped at one end and with 4 oblong holes. The length of the holes at the switchboard side are to be adapted on-site.
DD202403

Nuts and bolts The connection plates are xed to the feed unit using the YB3 nut and bolt kit, made up of: b 16 off M12 x 60 mm bolts, class 8.8, b 16 contact washers b 16 torque nuts, b 8 steel spacer plates. Clamps YS1 clamps enable high short-circuit current levels to be withstood; only for bars with a 115 mm spacing.
DD202411

DD202478

Insulation A YF sheath is available to insulate the phases from one another. It can be tted to the YC1 and YC2 connection plates once they have been connected.

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Connection accessories

Canalis KTA Transformer connections - Types YC, YT


The feed unit conductors are connected to the transformer bars via connection plates or braids: b connection plates, YC types, are exible bars made up of 5 copper sheets of 1 x 100 mm (500 mm cross-section). b braids, YT type, are copper braids with a 600 mm cross-section. The number of connection plates needed is proportional to the busbar trunking rating.
DD202450

Connection plates

YS2 and YS3 bar clamps enable connection without the need to drill the connection plates. They allow height adjustment. b Type YS2, bar clamps for 100 mm transformer connection terminals. b Type YS3, bar clamps for 120 mm transformer connection terminals. Make-up of kit: 1 set of 8 parts.
DD202413

b The YC4 is an uninsulated bar with an expansion kink; it is 400 mm long and has 4 oblong holes at each end (ready to use).
DD202414

Braids
DD202415

Type YT, 400 mm long insulated braid with 4 holes at each end.

The connection plates and braids are xed to the feed unit using the YB4 nut and bolt kit, made up of: b 16 off M12 x 80 mm bolts, class 8.8, b 16 contact washers, b 16 torque nuts, b 8 steel spacer plates.

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Description

The YC3 is an uninsulated bar with an expansion kink; it is 400 mm long and has 4 holes at one end. They can be tted to the transformer side: b either using bar clamps (no drilling), b or drilled and bolted (to be carried out on site).
DD202412

Description

Supports and fixings

Canalis KTA Horizontal supports


The ZA types allow the busbar trunking to be xed and adjusted along its length, as well as absorbing its movements.
2 7 3 2 0 2DD

Supports for horizontal sections

b Type ZA1, to support edgewise busbar trunking only, consists of a steel angle bracket and 2 x 1.2 metre threaded M10 rods. The maximum distance between supports is: v 3 metres for edgewise busbar trunking, v 2 metres for at busbar trunking. See installation precautions.
DD202485

Description

b Type ZA4, to support the busbar trunking from the top. b These supports are needed to x edgewise EL N1 to N4 feed units for dry type transformers.
DD202368 DD202486

DD202369

Fixing bracket
DD202484

The ZA3 keeps the busbar trunking in place on its support, without blocking it, in order to allow expansion movements.

Vertical supports
The ZA5 is for supporting vertical sections. They x sections of a vertical run to the buildings structure. This type of xing support has the following advantages: b assembly: v to a wall, v to a wall bracket, v to the oor, b height and depth adjustment, b spring adjustment to ensure distribution of the load at each oor, b avoids the transmission of building forces to the busbar trunking (expansion and vibration).
DD202496 DD202374

For KTA08 to KTA16.

For KTA20 to KTA40.

To a wall.

To a wall bracket.

To the oor.

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Description

Tap-off units

Canalis KTA
The tap-off units are used to instantly connect loads or secondary runs, and comply with installation standards and regulations (IEC 60364), whatever the earthing system (TT, TNS, TNC or IT). When off-load, they can be plugged-on and off and be operated whilst live. Plugging-on and plugging-off automatically opens and closes the tap-off point.
DD210275

No live part is accessible with the door open. The protection degree is IPXXB (nger protection). They are IP55 by construction (no accessory is required).
DD210276

Safety and operation

Fuse and modular switchgear tap-off units (AC22 to AC20) are isolated as soon as the tap-off unit door is opened. Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised. For circuit breaker tap-off units, there are safety mechanisms to prevent: b the tap-off unit being plugged-on and plugged-off with the tap-off unit door closed, b the door being closed if the tap-off unit has not been locked onto the busbar trunking, b access to the electrical equipment and connection terminals when live, b the door being opened in the ON position for tap-off units tted with a Compact NS or NG circuit breaker. These tap-off units can be tted with accessories such as: b door early break contacts, b adapter for lead sealing, b etc. The sheet steel tap-off units are tted with a carrying handle. Characteristics of tap-off units up to 100 A b Colour: v white (RAL 9001) body and carrying handles, v transparent green door (similar design to the Kaedra enclosures). b Material: self-extinguishing, halogen-free insulating plastic (re resistant and very high temperature withstand). Other characteristics: cable gland drilling zone, stainless steel screws and the door can be lead sealed. Characteristics of tap-off units from 160 to 400 A b Colour: v white (RAL 9001) body, v black carrying handles (RAL 9005), v 100 % polyester paint. b Material: galvanized sheet steel. Other characteristics: b unhingeable door (120 opening hinges), b vertically bevelled polyurethane seals with a double fold for increased rigidity (similar design to the Sarel Spatial 3D enclosures), b 25 mm grill type gland plates for a maximum access area.

DD202012

DD210466

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Description

Description

Plug-on tap-off units for circuit breakers

Canalis KTA
DD210454

Isolator tap-off units for modular switchgear

Most 18 mm Multi 9 modular devices can be tted into these tap-off units. They have a window on the front face for switchgear control and visualisation. A transparent shutter ensures the window can be sealed. Two tap-off ratings are available: b 63 A nominal current for 8 modules, b 100 A nominal current for 12 modules (accepts C120 circuit breakers).

Description

Tap-off units for NG type modular switchgear


DD202154

These tap-off units are tted with a DIN rail and upstream connections for 18 mm wide modular devices. The switchgear is operated via a rotary handle which prevents door opening when the circuit breaker is in the ON position. Nominal current: 160 A for a 13-module capacity (accepts NG125 or NG160 tted with a Vigi unit).

Isolator tap-off units for Compact NS circuit breakers


DD210461

These tap-off units are tted with mounting plates and upstream connections for xed, front-connected 100 to 400 A Compact NS circuit breakers (N, H or L version) with a rotary handle. The 400 A tap-off units can only be tted onto straight lengths with a rating greater than 400 A. For plug-on circuit breakers, Vigi units, etc, please consult your Schneider Electric contact.

Measurement and metering isolator tap-off units


DD210465

These tap-off units allow sub-metering to re-allocate power consumption costs by consumer and to monitor installations by, for example, following run load levels. The values measured using the Compact NS TI unit are sent to the measurement unit which then sends the information to a central unit via a bus (see Measurement and metering). They are tted with: b a mounting plate for a Compact NS 250 or 400 A circuit breaker with an extended rotary handle and a Compact NS current transformer module (TI unit), b a DIN rail for installing a Powerlogic PM810 measurement unit, a set of terminals, etc. In severe operating conditions (> 40C ambient temperature), we recommend the use of a PM810 without display.

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Plug-on tap-off units for fuses

Canalis KTA
These tap-off units provide the tap-offs with fuse protection (fuses not supplied).

Plastic tap-off units


DD210466

Fitted with carriers for: b 50 to 100 A cylindrical NF fuses, b 25 to 63 A DIN screwed fuses, b 100 A DIN blade fuses, b 32 to 80 A BS screwed fuses.

Steel tap-off units


DD202012

Fitted with carriers for: b 160 to 400 A NF / DIN blade fuses, b 160 A BS screwed fuses.

DD210472

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Description

Fixed tap-off units for circuit breakers

Canalis KTA Safety and operation


The electrical connection is made by plugging-on the tap-off unit into dedicated tapoff point whilst the busbar trunking is de-energised (plugging-off the unit must also be done with the busbar trunking de-energised). The connection is mechanically tightened using a one-use torque bolt (10 daN.m). A mechanical foolproof system avoids the risk of incorrect assembly. The door can only be opened once the load has been isolated (rotary handle). The bolt can only be tightened or untightened with the door open. No live part is accessible with the door open, protection degree IP2X.

Characteristics of tap-off units from 400 to 1000 A Description

b Colour: v white (RAL 9001) body, b Material: galvanized sheet steel. b Other characteristics: v the cables exit laterally through 2 aluminium plates (to be drilled by the installation contractor), v cabling space can be increased by using the cable box supplied with the tap-off unit, v the door is xed using 6 captive M6 screws and can be completely removed to facilitate cabling.

DD202451

Steel tap-off units

These tap-off units are used to supply loads or secondary runs (e.g. medium power distribution using Canalis KS). They are tted to specic EB type straight lengths. They comply with installation standards and regulations, whatever the earthing system (TT, IT, TNS or TNC): b tap-off units tted with a mounting plate for Compact NS400/1000 A, 3 or 4 P: v xed device, v front connections, v extended rotary handle. 2 models: b Compact NS400/630 A, connection capacity: v 3 x 300 mm2 cables for the phases and neutral (hole diameter = 15 mm), v 150 mm for the PE, b Compact NS800/1000 A, connection capacity: v 4 x 300 mm2 cables for the phases and neutral (hole diameter = 15 mm), v 200 mm2 for the PE (cable clamp). The standard tap-off unit is IP54.

DD202497

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions

Catalogue-number coding Run components Additional run components Changes of direction Elbow components for changing direction Zed components for changing direction Canalis interfaces Canalis interfaces for Prisma Plus LV switchboard Canalis interfaces for Okken LV switchboard Sealing kits Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers Rigid protective covers Adjustable protective covers for oil immersed transformers Flexible protective covers Cable boxes Feed units for dry-type transformers Feed units for dry-type transformers Protective covers for dry-type transformers Connection accessories Supports and xings Tap-off units from Canalis KS range 63 to 100 A tap-off units for modular devices 125 to 160 A tap-off units for modular devices 160 to 400 A tap-off units for Compact NS circuit breakers 250 to 400 A tap-off units for Compact NS circuit breakers 50 to 100 A tap-off units for NF fuses 100 to 400 A tap-off units for NF fuses 25 to 63 A tap-off units for DIN fuses 100 to 400 A tap-off units for DIN fuses 32 to 160 A tap-off units for BS fuses Accessories for tap-off units from Canalis KS range Tap-off units for Compact NS 400 to 1000 A circuit breakers Bolted tap-off units Coupling isolators From1000 to 2500 A 3200 A Protection of the run using Compact NS circuit breakers from 1000 1600 A Special products

59 60 64 66 66 70 72 72 74 75 76 76 80 82 83 83 84 84 88

94 96 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 106 107 107 108 109 110

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Catalogue-number composition
b One letter designating the material. Type Aluminium Non conducting Code A B

Catalogue-number coding

KT

p p p p p p p p pp

b Four digits indicationg the rating of the trunking. Important: for an 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

b Two letters identifying the type of component. Type Adjustable straight length Cable box Bolt-on tap-off unit Edgewise and at zed Rigid protective cover Flexible protective cover Expansion unit Distribution length for bolt-on tap-off units Distribution length for plug-in tap-off unts Feed unit for dry-type transformers Feed unit Feeder length End cover Edgewise elbow Flat elbow Tap-off unit with protective device Tap-off unit with isolator Edgewise tee Neutral crossover Phase crossover Sealing kit Connection device Connection torque nut kit Flexible bar Bracket Insulating sheath Bar supports Braids Supports and xing devices Edgewise zed Flat zed Code AJ BC CB CP CR CS DB EB ED EL ER ET FA LC LP PL SL TC TN TP TT YA YB YC YE YF YS YT ZA ZC ZP

b One digit indicating the trunking polarity Polarity 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER(1)


(1) PER = oversized PE.

Code 3 4 7

Trunking cross section


Rating (A) Number of bar jointing bolts Bar cross-section (mm) Trunking height H (mm) 800 1 70 x 6 1000 1 100 x 6 1250 1 120 x 6 1600 2 160 x 6 2000 2 200 x 6 2500 2 3200 4 4000 4
DD202180

2 x (120 x 6) 2 x (160 x 6) 2 x (200 x 6)

DD202181

230

230

230 Schneider Electric

350

350

350

510

510

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DD202182

Holes for connections (mm)

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

b Variable number of alphanumeric characters indicating characteristics specic to the component. See the section dealing with the given component.

Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Run components IP55

Ordering
Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b for the 800 A rating, add a 0 in the catalogue number : KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected component as a technical comment Example: the catalogue number of an 800 A feeder length, 3L + N + PE, 2450 mm long, is: KTA0800ET42C, L = 2450 Rating

Straight feeder lengths


DD210794

Type Fixed Made to measure

Length L (mm) 4000 2000 500 to 1500 1501 to 1999 2001 to 2500 2501 to 3000

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER KTAppppET340 KTAppppET440 KTAppppET740 KTAppppET320 KTAppppET420 KTAppppET720 KTAppppET31A KTAppppET41A KTAppppET71A KTAppppET32B KTAppppET42B KTAppppET72B KTAppppET32C KTAppppET42C KTAppppET72C KTAppppET33D KTAppppET43D KTAppppET73D

KTAppppETppp

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppETppp
DD210795

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

Adjustable straight lenghts


DD210796

Type (1) Adjustable

Length L (mm)

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER

1300 (basic) KTAppppAJ310 KTAppppAJ410 KTAppppAJ710 Adjustable: 200 (1) Offer available up to the 2500 A rating. KTAppppAJp10
DD210797n

KTAppppAJp10

(2) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimension A (mm) Weight (kg) 800(3) 180 52.00 1000 200 68.00 1250 240 78.00 1600 285 102.00 2000 325 121.00 2500 405 141.00 (3) for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

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Canalis KTA Straight lengths with plug-in tap-off units
DD210798

Run components IP55

Type Fixed

Length L (mm) 4000 2000

Number of tap-offs 3 3

Cat. no. KTAppppED340 KTAppppED440 KTAppppED740 KTAppppED320 KTAppppED420 KTAppppED720

KTAppppEDp40
DD210799

KTAppppEDp40

KTAppppEDp20
DD210800

KTAppppEDp20 (1) See the Trunking cross-section table below.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Canalis KTA Straight lengths with bolt-on tap-off units
DD210801

Run components IP55

Type Fixed

Length L (mm) 4000 2000

Number of tap-offs 2 1

Cat. no. KTAppppEB340 KTAppppEB440 KTAppppEB740 KTAppppEB320 KTAppppEB420 KTAppppEB720

KTAppppEBp40
DD210802

KTAppppEBp40
DD210766

KTAppppEBp20
DD210803

KTAppppEBp20

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Additional run components IP55

Ordering
Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b for the 800 A rating, add a 0 in the catalogue number : KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected component as a technical comment Example: the catalogue number of a 1250 A neutral crossover length, 3L + N + PE, 1000 mm long, is: KTA1250TN410 Rating

Straight expansion unit


DD210805

Type Fixed KTAppppDBp10


DD210806

Length L (mm) 1000

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER KTAppppDB310 KTAppppDB410 KTAppppDB710

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppDBp10

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

Neutral crossover length


DD210807

Type Fixed

Length L (mm) 1000

Cat. no. 3L + N + PE KTAppppTN410

KTAppppTNp10
DD210808

KTAppppTNp10 (1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

Phase crossover length


DD210809

Type Fixed KTAppppTPp10


DD210810

Length L (mm) 1000

Cat. no. 3L + N + PE KTAppppTP410

KTAppppTPp10 (1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Additional jointing units
DD210811

Additional run components IP55

Type Jointing unit KTAppppYAp


DD210812

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppYA3 3L + N + PE KTAppppYA4 3L + N + PER KTAppppYA4

KTAppppYAp

DD210868

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below.

End covers
DD210813

Type End cover

Rating of the trunking (A) 800(1) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

Height H of the trunking (mm) 74 104 124 164 204 244 324 404

Cat. no. KTB0074FA KTB0104FA KTB0124FA KTB0164FA KTB0204FA KTB0244FA KTB0324FA KTB0404FA

DD210814

KTB0ppppFA

KTB0ppppFA

(1) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. (2) See the Trunking cross-section table below.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Elbow components for changing direction IP55


Ordering
Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b for the 800 A rating, add a 0 in the catalogue number : KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected component as a technical comment Example: the catalogue number of a 2000 A at elbow, N1, 3L + N + PE with dimensions A = 300 mm and B = 650 mm is: KTA2000LP4B1, A = 300, B = 650. Rating

Flat elbows
DD210815

Type Fixed Made to measure KTAppppLPppp


DD210822

Position of neutral N1 N2 N1 N2

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER KTAppppLP3A1 KTAppppLP4A1 KTAppppLP7A1 KTAppppLP3A2 KTAppppLP4A2 KTAppppLP7A2 KTAppppLP3B1 KTAppppLP4B1 KTAppppLP7B1 KTAppppLP3B2 KTAppppLP4B2 KTAppppLP7B2

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppLPpp1
DD210816

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Dimensions Type KTAppppLPpp2 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) B 300 301 to 799 300 A Fixed All 300 Made to All 300 301 to 799 measure(2) (2) Only one llmb may be made to measure.

Flat elbows with made to measure angles


DD210821

Type Made to measure angle KTAppppLPpCp


DD210824

Position of neutral N1 N2

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER KTAppppLP3C1 KTAppppLP4C1 KTAppppLP7C1 KTAppppLP3C2 KTAppppLP4C2 KTAppppLP7C2

KTAppppLPpC1
DD210823

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Dimensions Type Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) A 300 B 300 W 91 to 179

Made to measure All KTAppppLPpC2

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Edgewise elbows
DD210825

Elbow components for changing direction IP55

Type Fixed Made to measure KTAppppLCpp


DD210826

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppLC3A KTAppppLC3B 3L + N + PE KTAppppLC4A KTAppppLC4B 3L + N + PER KTAppppLC7A KTAppppLC7B

KTAppppLCpp

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. Dimensions Type Fixed Rating (A) 800(2) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 800(2) Dimensions (mm) B 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440 275 276 to 774 290 291 to 789 300 301 to 799 320 321 to 819 340 341 to 839 360 361 to 859 400 401 to 899 440 441 to 939 A 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440 Made to 276 to 774 (3) 275 measure 1000 291 to 789 290 1250 301 to 799 300 1600 321 to 819 320 2000 341 to 839 340 2500 361 to 859 360 3200 401 to 899 400 4000 441 to 939 440 (2) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. (3) Only one llmb may be made to measure.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Edgewise tee
DD210819

Elbow components for changing direction IP55

Type Fixed KTAppppTCp


DD210820

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppTC3 3L + N + PE KTAppppTC4 3L + N + PER KTAppppTC7

KTAppppTCp

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. Dimensions Type Fixed Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) B 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440 C 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

A 800(2) 275 1000 290 1250 300 1600 320 2000 340 2500 360 3200 400 4000 440 (2) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Zed components for changing direction IP55


Ordering
Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b for the 800 A rating, add a 0 in the catalogue number : KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected component as a technical comment Example: the catalogue number of a 1600 A edgewise zed unit, N2, 3L + N + PE with dimensions A = 300 mm, B = 450 mm, C = 300 mm is: KTA1600ZC42, A = 300, B = 450, C = 300. Rating

Flat zed units


DD202183

Type Made to measure KTAppppZPp


DD202184

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppZP3 3L + N + PE KTAppppZP4 3L + N + PER KTAppppZP7

KTAppppZPp

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Dimensions Rating (A) All Dimensions (mm) A 300 B 130 to 599 C 300

Edgewise zed units


DD202185

Type Made to measure KTAppppZCpp


DD202186

Position of neutral N1 N2

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppZC31 KTAppppZC32 3L + N + PE KTAppppZC41 KTAppppZC42 3L + N + PER KTAppppZC71 KTAppppZC72

KTAppppZCp1
DD210827

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Dimensions KTAppppZCp2 Rating (A) 800(2) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 Dimensions (mm) A 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440 B 90 to 549 90 to 579 90 to 599 90 to 639 90 to 679 90 to 719 90 to 799 90 to 879 C 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440

(2) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Edgewise and at zed units
DD202187

Zed components for changing direction IP55

Type Made to measure

Position of neutral N1 N2 N3 N4

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppCP31 KTAppppCP32 KTAppppCP33 KTAppppCP34 3L + N + PE KTAppppCP41 KTAppppCP42 KTAppppCP43 KTAppppCP44 3L + N + PER KTAppppCP71 KTAppppCP72 KTAppppCP73 KTAppppCP74

DD210828

KTAppppCPp2
DD210829

DD202188

KTAppppCPp1

KTAppppCPp1 and KTAppppCPp2

KTAppppCPp3
DD210830

DD202367

KTAppppCPp3 and KTAppppCPp4

Dimensions Rating (A) 800(2) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 Dimensions (mm) A 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 B 195 to 574 210 to 589 220 to 599 240 to 619 260 to 639 280 to 659 320 to 699 360 to 739 C 275 290 300 320 340 360 400 440

KTAppppCPp4

(1) See the Trunking crosssection table below. (2) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers

Canalis interfaces for Prisma Plus LV switchboard

Canalis KTA Interfaces for Masterpact NW circuit breakers


DD202304

Circuit breaker NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40

Type of circuit breaker Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout

Number of poles 3 4 3 4 3 4 3

Connection Top direct b b b b b b Rear b b b b b b b b

Cat. no. 04715 04716 04725 04726 04735 04736 04737 04738

Top direct connection


DD202305

4 For the position in the switchboard, see the Installation guide. For connection to the PER, consult your sales agency.

Number of modules required in the switchboard


Circuit breaker NW08 / 16 Connection Top direct Rear NW20 / 25 Top direct Rear Type of circuit breaker Fixed or drawout Fixed Drawout Fixed or drawout Fixed Drawout NW32 Top direct or rear Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout NW40 Rear (1) 1 module = 50 mm. Rear connection Number of vertical modules(1) 27 16 17 28 16 17 28 36

Catalogue numbers

Interfaces for Masterpact NT and Compact NS circuit breakers


DD202306

Masterpact NT
Circuit breaker NT06 / 12 NT16 Type of circuit breaker Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Number of poles 3 4 3 Connection Top direct b b Rear b b b b Cat. no. 04703 04704 04703 04704

4 For the position in the switchboard, see the Installation guide. For connection to the PER, consult your sales agency.

Top direct connection


DD202307

Compact NS
Circuit breaker NS630b / 1250 NS1600 Type of circuit breaker Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Number of poles 3 4 3 Connection Top direct b b Rear b b b b Cat. no. 04703 04704 04703 04704

4 For the position in the switchboard, see the Installation guide. For connection to the PER, consult your sales agency.

Number of modules required in the switchboard


Circuit breaker Rear connection NT06 / 12 NS630b / 1250 Connection Top direct Rear NT16 Rear NS1600 (1) 1 module = 50 mm. Type of circuit breaker Fixed Drawout Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Number of vertical modules(1) 17 18 16 16

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Catalogue numbers

Canalis interfaces for Prisma Plus LV switchboard

Canalis KTA Interface supports and protection covers


DD202308

Masterpact NW
Circuit breaker NW08 / 32 03561 NW40 Type of circuit Connection breaker Fixed or drawout Fixed or drawout Top direct Rear Top direct Rear Supports Terminal Cover extension bar supports 03561 03561 03561 03561 3 x 04694 2 x 04694 04871 + 04861 04871 + 04863 04871 + 04861 04871 + 04863

DD202309

Masterpact NT
Circuit breaker 04711 04712 04713 04714 NT06 / 12 Type of circuit breaker Fixed or drawout Number of poles 3P 4P NT16 Fixed or drawout 3P 4P Connection Supports Canalis / Cover circuit breaker connection Top direct Rear Top direct Rear Rear Rear 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 04712 04713 04712 04714 04713 04714 04871 + 04852 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04852 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04854 04871 + 04854

Compact NS

NS630b / 1250

Fixed

3P 4P

Top direct Rear Top direct Rear Top direct Rear Top direct Rear Rear Rear Rear Rear

03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561 03561

04712 04713 04712 04714 04711 04713 04712 04714 04713 04714 04713 04714

04871 + 04851 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04851 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04852 04871 + 04854 04871 + 04852 04871 + 04854 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04853 04871 + 04854 04871 + 04854

Drawout

3P 4P

NS1600

Fixed Drawout

3P 4P 3P 4P

Arc-chute covers
Circuit breaker Masterpact NT Compact NS Type of circuit breaker Fixed Fixed Number of poles 3P 4P 3P 4P Cat. no. 47335 47336 33596 33597

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Circuit breaker

Type of circuit breaker

Number of poles

Connection Supports Canalis / Cover circuit breaker connection

Catalogue numbers

Canalis interfaces for Okken LV switchboard

Canalis KTA Interfaces for Masterpact NW circuit breakers


DD202310

Fitting the interface does not change switchboard modularity as xed by the devices. Circuit breaker NW08 / 16 Type of circuit breaker Drawout Number of poles 3 4 NW20 / 25 Drawout 3 4 Top direct connection (RDH) NW32 Drawout 3 4 NW40 Drawout 3 4 Connection Top direct b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b Rear 87811 87821 87812 87822 87813 87823 87814 87824 87815 87825 87816 87826 87817 87827 87818 87828 Cat. no.

DD202311

Catalogue numbers

For the position in the switchboard, see the Installation guide. For connection to the PER, consult your sales agency.

Rear connection (RAR)

Interfaces forMasterpact NT circuit breakers


DD202312

Fitting the interface does not change switchboard modularity as xed by the devices. Circuit breaker NT08 / 16 Type of circuit breaker Drawout Number of poles 3 4 Connection Top direct b b b b For the position in the switchboard, see the Installation guide. For connection to the PER, consult your sales agency. Rear 87811 87821 87812 87822 Cat. no.

Top direct connection (RDH)


DD202313

Rear connection (RAR)

Interface supports
Circuit breaker NW08 / 40 NT08 / 16 Type of circuit breaker Drawout Connection Top direct Cat. no. 87800

Drawout Rear 87801 NW08 / 32(1) NT08 / 16 (1) For rear connection of the interface to a Masterpact NW40 circuit breaker, the supports are supplied with the interface.

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Catalogue numbers

Sealing kits IP55

Canalis KTA Sealing kits for switchboard and Trihal transformer roofs with interface
DD202314

Type Sealing kit

Rating of the trunking (A) 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

Height H of the trunking (mm) 74 104 124 164 204 244 324 404

Cat. no. KTB0074TT01 KTB0104TT01 KTB0124TT01 KTB0164TT01 KTB0204TT01 KTB0244TT01 KTB0324TT01 KTB0404TT01

KTB0ppppTT01

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers IP55


To order Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b in the catalogue number for the 800 A rating, add a 0: KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected unit as a technical comment. Example: the catalogue number of a 1250 A made to measure end feed unit, N2, 3L + N + PE, 235 mm long and with between centres J, K and M = 170 mm, is: KTA1250ER42, A = 235, J = 170, K = 170 and M = 170. Rating

Straight feed units


DD210831

Type Fixed

Position of neutral N1

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppER31 KTAppppER32 3L + N + PE KTAppppER41 KTAppppER42 3L + N + PER KTAppppER71 KTAppppER72

Made to measure N2 KTAppppERp1, KTAppppERp2


DD210832

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppERp1 KTAppppERp2

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. (2) PE drilled diameter = 14 mm pour cables with crimped lugs. Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800(3) to 1250 Neutral Dimensions (mm) Y 230 230 350 350 510 510 A J, K, M N1 235 115 N2 235 to 734 80 to 250 1600 to 2500 N1 235 115 N2 235 to 734 80 to 250 3200 to 4000 N1 235 115 N2 235 to 734 80 to 250 (3) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Dimensions of connection pads


Rating (A) Drilling for connection (mm) Thickness of conductor = 6 mm. 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000
DD202182

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Flat elbow feed units
DD210833

Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers IP55

Type

Position of neutral N4

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppER33 KTAppppER34 KTAppppERp4 3L + N + PE KTAppppER43 KTAppppER44 3L + N + PER KTAppppER73 KTAppppER74

Made to measure N3

KTAppppERp3
DD210835

KTAppppERp3
DD210834

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. (2) PE drilled diameter = 14 mm pour cables with crimped lugs. KTAppppERp4 Tableau of dimensions Rating (A) Neutral Dimensions (mm) A B 800(3) to 1250 N3, N4 200 to 534 300 1600 to 2500 N3, N4 200 to 534 300 3200 to 4000 N3, N4 200 to 534 300 (3) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. J, K, M 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 Y 230 350 510

Cut-out drawing for feed units placed directly on the device roof
DD210836

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) V K / 2 + M + 80 K / 2 + M + 80 K / 2 + M + 80 Y U 800(1) to 1250 230 K / 2 + J + 80 1600 to 2500 350 K / 2 + J + 80 3200 to 4000 510 K / 2 + J + 80 (1) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Edgewise elbow feed units
DD210837

Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers IP55

Type

Position of neutral N6

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppER35 KTAppppER36 KTAppppERp6 3L + N + PE KTAppppER45 KTAppppER46 3L + N + PER KTAppppER75 KTAppppER76

Made to measure N5

KTAppppERp5
DD210839

KTAppppERp5
DD210838

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. (2) PE drilled diameter = 14 mm pour cables with crimped lugs. Table of dimensions Rating (A) Neutral Dimensions (mm) J, K, M 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 80 to 250 Y 230 230 230 350 350 350 510 510 A B 800(3) N5, N6 175 to 509 275 1000 N5, N6 190 to 524 290 1250 N5, N6 200 to 534 300 1600 N5, N6 220 to 554 320 2000 N5, N6 240 to 574 340 2500 N5, N6 260 to 594 360 3200 N5, N6 300 to 634 400 4000 N5, N6 340 to 674 440 (3) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppERp6

Cut-out drawing for feed units placed directly on the device


DD210836

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) V K / 2 + M + 80 K / 2 + M + 80 K / 2 + M + 80 Y U 800(1) to 1250 230 K / 2 + J + 80 1600 to 2500 350 K / 2 + J + 80 3200 to 4000 510 K / 2 + J + 80 (1) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Dimensions of connection pads


Rating (A) Drilling for connection (mm) Thickness of conductor = 6 mm. 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000
DD202182

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Canalis KTA Bar feed units, at outlets
DD202315

Feed units for switchboards and oil immersed transformers IP55

Type

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER KTAppppER77

KTAppppER37 KTAppppER47 Made to measure Connection pad dimensions are identical to those of the feed units. KTAppppERp7
DD202316

KTAppppERp7

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Q, R, S minimum 80 80 80 Y 230 350 510 A P-Q S - R ou R - S 800(2) to 1250 235 to 734 160 to 600 160 to 600 1600 to 2500 235 to 734 160 to 600 160 to 600 3200 to 4000 235 to 734 160 to 600 160 to 600 (2) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Cut-out drawing for straight feed units connected directly to the device
DD202317

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y U V 800(1) to 1250 230 if S > R, V = S + 80 1600 to 2500 350 U = P + 80 if R > S, V = R + 80 3200 to 4000 510 (1) For the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Rigid protective covers IP55

To order To order a protective cover onto which a feed connector is tted, the parameters D, G and Z, which depend on the feed connector, must be given. Example: the catalogue number of a rigid vertical protective cover with dimension Y = 350 mm intended for a feed unit with different between centre dimensions D, G and Z (in mm) is: KTB0350CR2, D = 330, G = 450 and Z = 500.

Rigid horizontal protective covers for feed units ER N1 to N7


Important : when ordering a horizontal cover, make sure you indicate dimensions D, G and Z with the catalogue number.
DD202325

Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR1


DD202326

Dimensions Y (mm) 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR1 KTB0350CR1 KTB0510CR1

Weight (kg) 12.00 12.00 12.00

KTBppppCR1

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Protective cover for ER N1 to N6 straight end feed connectors Dimensions D and G are determined by the between centres dimensions (J, K and M) of the end feed connector bars to be protected. The position of the neutral on the feed connector also determines the rule to be used for calculating parameters D and G. If the feed connector comes into the cover with the neutral on the right: D = K / 2 + M + 100 G = K / 2 + J + 100 If the feed connector comes into the cover with the neutral on the left: D = K / 2 + J + 100 G = K / 2 + M + 100 Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 D 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 310 to 800 430 to 800 590 to 800

Protective cover for ER N7 straight end feed connectors Dimensions D and G are determined by the between centres dimensions (P, Q, R and S) of the end feed connector bars to be protected. Position of the neutral on the feed connector also determines the rule to be used for calculating parameters D and G. If the feed connector comes into the cover with the neutral on the right: D = max(R ; S) + 100 G = max(P ; Q) + 100 If the feed connector comes into the cover with the neutral on the left: D = max(P ; Q) + 100 G = max(R ; S)+ 100 Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 D 340 to 1000 340 to 1000 340 to 1000 G 340 to 1000 340 to 1000 340 to 1000 Z 310 to 800 430 to 800 590 to 800

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Rigid protective covers IP55

Rigid vertical protective covers for feed units ER N1 to N7


Important: when ordering a vertical cover, make sure you indicate dimensions D, G and Z with the catalogue number.
DD202321

400 to 800 mm high covers


Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR2
DD202322

Dimensions Y (mm) 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR2 KTB0350CR2 KTB0510CR2

Weight (kg) 40.00 40.00 40.00

KTBppppCR2

Dimensions D and G are determined by the between centres dimensions (J, K and M) of the end feed connector bars to be protected. D = K / 2 + J + 100 G = K / 2 + M + 100 Table of dimensions for ER N1 to N6 straight feed units Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000
DD202323

Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 D 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 400 to 800 400 to 800 400 to 800

100 to 400 mm high covers


Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR3
DD202324

Dimensions Y (mm) 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR3 KTB0350CR3 KTB0510CR3

Weight (kg) 17.00 17.00 17.00

KTBppppCR3

Dimensions D and G are determined by the between centres dimensions of the end feed connector bars to be protected. Table of dimensions for ER N1 to N6 straight feed units Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 D = K / 2 + J + 100 G = K / 2 + M + 100 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 D 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 100 to 400 100 to 400 100 to 400

Table of dimensions for ER N7 straight feed units Calibre (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 D = max (P ; Q) + 100 G = max (R ; S) + 100 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 D 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 100 to 400 100 to 400 100 to 400

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Canalis KTA

Adjustable protective covers for oil immersed transformers IP55


To order There is no need to add technical comments to the catalogue number ordered.

Adjustable protective covers for horizontal incomers


DD202871

Height adjustable cover for the tting of a feed unit with between centre dimensions of 150 or 170 mm depending on the rating. Never use with HV porcelaine bushings. Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR7
DD210872n

Between centres J, K and M (mm) 150 170 170

Dimensions Y (mm) 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR7 KTB0350CR7 KTB0510CR7

Weight (kg) 30.00 36.00 42.00

KTBppppCR7

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 Z 565 825 905 X 450 650 650 A 830 890 960 B 750 810 880 E 330 350 460 F 125 265 185 G 365 485 645

Adjustable protective covers for vertical incomers


Height adjustable cover for the tting of a feed unit with between centre dimensions of 150 or 170 mm depending on the rating. Never use with HV porcelaine bushings. Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR8
DD210870n DD202869

Between centres J, K and M (mm) 150 170 170

Dimensions Y (mm) 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR8 KTB0350CR8 KTB0510CR8

Weight (kg) 30.00 36.00 42.00

KTBppppCR8

Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 Z 600 600 600 A 830 890 960 B 750 810 880 C 345 460 625 E 330 350 460

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Canalis KTA

Flexible protective covers Cable boxes IP55

Flexible vertical protective covers for straight feed units


DD202318

Covers for ER N1 to N7 straight feed units with between centre dimensions = 115 mm. Rating (A) Dimensions Y (mm) Cat. no. KTB0230CS0 800 to 1250 230 KTB0350CS0 1600 to 2500 350 KTB0510CS0 3200 to 4000 510 It is recommended to use insulating sheaths KTB0000YF1 with connection braids KTB0000YT1.
DD202319

Weight (kg) 15.00 17.00 19.00

KTBppppCS0

Table of dimensions Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y 230 350 510 C 200 to 650 200 to 650 200 to 650

KTBppppCS0

Cut-out drawing for xing the exible vertical protective cover Catalogue numbers Dimensions
Rating (A) Dimensions Y (mm) Cat. no. Weight (kg) KTB0230BC01 15.00 800 to 1250 230 KTB0350BC01 17.00 1600 to 2500 350 KTB0510BC01 19.00 3200 to 4000 510 Cable boxes are only to be used on ER N1 to N6 straight feed units with standard between centre distances = 115 mm. KTBppppBC01 KTBppppBC01
DD202328 DD202320

Cable boxes
DD202327

Cable entry. Aluminium plate to be drilled. Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y 800 to 1250 230 1600 to 2500 350 3200 to 4000 510 See table page 76 for connection pad dimensions.

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Canalis KTA

Feed units for dry-type transformers IP55


To order Complete the catalogue number by replacing pppp by the rating. Important: b in the catalogue number for the 800 A rating, add a 0: KTA0800, b add the dimensions of the selected unit as a technical comment. Example: the catalogue number of a 3200 A end feed unit, N1, 3L + N + PER, with a between centre distance E = 550 mm, length N = 310 mm and phase order T = 3N21 is: KTA3200EL72, E = 550 mm, N = 310 mm and T = 3. Rating

N1 and N2 feed units for dry-type transformers


DD202329

Type

Position of neutral

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppEL31 3L + N + PE KTAppppEL41 3L + N + PER KTAppppEL71

Made to measure N1

N2 KTAppppEL32 KTAppppEL42 KTAppppEL72 For an installation with at mounted busbar trunking, add angle brackets between the transformer and the feed unit, see page 87. For xing supports, see KTBppppZA4 page 94. KTAppppELp1, KTAppppELp2

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppELp1
DD202331

DD210330n

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Table of dimensions KTAppppELp2 Calibre (A) Neutral Dimensions (mm) E N 390 to 700 195 to E - 195 470 to 700 235 to E - 235 X 160 200

800 to 1250 N1, N2 1600 to 4000 N1, N2

Selecting phase order T


DD202332

Important: the above designs and markings correspond to a phase order of N321, joint block side. If the phase order on the joint block side is N123, inverse T=1 with T=3 and T=2 with T=4.

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Canalis KTA

Feed units for dry-type transformers IP55

N3 and N4 feed units for dry-type transformers


DD202333

Type

Position of neutral

Cat. no. 3L + PE KTAppppEL33 3L + N + PE KTAppppEL43 3L + N + PER KTAppppEL73

Made to measure N3

N4 KTAppppEL34 KTAppppEL44 KTAppppEL74 For an installation with at mounted busbar trunking, add angle brackets between the transformer and the feed unit, see page 87. For xing supports, see KTBppppZA4 page 94. KTAppppELp3, KTAppppELp4
DD210335n

KTAppppELp3
DD202334

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. Table of dimensions Rating (A) Neutral Dimensions (mm) E N 390 to 700 195 to E - 195 470 to 700 235 to E - 235 F 0 to 200 0 to 200 X 160 200

800 to 1250 N3, N4 1600 to 4000 N3, N4 KTAppppELp4


DD202336

Selecting phase order T

Important : the above designs and markings correspond to a phase order of N321, joint block side. If the phase order on the joint block side is N123, inverse T=1 with T=3 and T=2 with T=4.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Eletric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA N5 feed units for dry-type transformers
DD202337

Feed units for dry-type transformers IP55

Type

Position of neutral

Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER

KTAppppEL35 KTAppppEL45 KTAppppEL75 For an installation with at mounted busbar trunking, add angle brackets between the transformer and the feed unit, see page 87. KTAppppELp5 with a phase order T = 2
DD202338

Made to measure N5

KTAppppELp5

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTAppppELp5 with a phase order T = 3


DD202339

DD210873n

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Neutral Y 230 350 510 Dimensions (mm) E 390 to 700 470 to 700 470 to 700 N 195 to E - 195 235 to E - 235 235 to E - 235 X 160 200 200

800 to 1250 N1, N2 1600 to 2500 N1, N2 3200 to 4000 N1, N2

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite. Important : the above designs and markings correspond to a phase order of N321, joint block side. If the phase order on the joint block side is N123, inverse markings L1 and L3 on the transformer side.

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Canalis KTA

Feed units for dry-type transformers IP55

Angle brackets for installing N1 to N5 feed units at


DD202340

Description

Rating (A)

Phase width X (mm) 160 200

Cat. no. KTB0000YE1 KTB0000YE2

4 angle brackets 800 to 1250 + screws 1600 to 4000 KTB0000YE1, KTB0000YE2


DD210341n

KTB0000YE1, KTB0000YE2

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Weight (kg / m) 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1) 12 13 15

1000 14 16 19

1250 16 18 21

1600 19 22 26

2000 22 26 31

2500 25 30 36

3200 31 37 46

4000 38 45 56
DD202180

(1) Important: for the 800 A rating, indicate KTA0800. Schneider Eletric

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Protective covers for dry-type transformers IP55


To order There is no need to add technical comments to the catalogue number ordered.

Adjustable vertical protective covers for EL, N1 to N4 feed units, edgewise mounting
DD202342

Type Vertical cover KTB0000CR4


DD202344

Position of neutral N1, N2, N3 and N4

Cat. no. KTB0000CR4

Weight (kg) 24.00

KTB0000CR4

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Maximum 350 350 350 Z Minimum 800 to 1250 200 1600 to 2500 200 3200 to 4000 200

Adjustable horizontal protective covers for EL, N1 to N4 feed units, at mounting


DD202343

Type Horizontal cover KTB0000CR5


DD202345

Position of neutral N1, N2, N3 and N4

Cat. no. KTB0000CR5

Weight (kg) 32.00

KTB0000CR5

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Maximum 480 480 480 Z Minimum 800 to 1250 330 1600 to 2500 330 3200 to 4000 330

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Canalis KTA

Protective covers for dry-type transformers IP55

Horizontal protective covers for dry-type transformer N5 feed units


DD202346

Type Horizontal covers

Position of neutral Dimension Y (mm) N5 230 350 510

Cat. no. KTB0230CR6 KTB0350CR6 KTB0510CR6

Weight (kg) 38.00 40.00 47.00

KTBppppCR6
DD202347

KTBppppCR6

Table of dimensions Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y 800 to 1250 230 1600 to 2500 350 3200 to 4000 510 Z Minimum 380 500 660 Maximum 530 650 810

Cut-out drawing for dry-type transformer N5 feed units


DD202501n

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Canalis KTA Connection plates
DD202348

Connection accessories

Type

Options

Number of ends drilled 1 2 1 2

Cat. no. KTB0000YC1 KTB0000YC2 KTB0000YC3 KTB0000YC4 KTB0000YC5

Weight (kg) 2.70 2.70 2.30 2.30 4.50

Uninsulated with kink

Insulated 1 (1) Each connector plate is made up 5 x 1 mm thick sheets. Connector plates for low voltage switchboards KTB0000YC1
DD202351

Connector plates for transformers KTB0000YC3


DD202352 DD202353

DD202350

KTB0000YC2

KTB0000YC4

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTB0000YC5
DD202354

Determining the number of connector plates required Busbar trunking rating (A) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000
DD210786

Connector plates per phase Number 2 2 2 3 3 4 5


DD210787 DD210788

Cross-section (mm2) 1000 1000 1000 1500 1500 2000 2500


DD210789

Connector plates

Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000 to 1600

2000 to 2500

3200

4000

90

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Canalis KTA Connection braids
DD202355

Connection accessories

Description Connection braid KTB0000YT1


DD202356

Cat. no. KTB0000YT1

Weight (kg) 2.80

KTB0000YT1 Determining the number of braids required Busbar trunking rating (A) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000
DD210768

Braids per phase Number 1 2 2 2 3 3 4


DD210770 DD210773

Cross-section (mm2) 600 1200 1200 1200 1800 2400


DD202376

Braids

Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000

1250 to 2000

2500 to 3200

4000

Insulating sheaths
DD202478

Description Insulating sheath KTB0000YF1


DD202358

Cat. no. KTB0000YF1

Weight (kg) 1.00

KTB0000YF1

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions

1800

Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Spacers
DD202363

Connection accessories

Description Connection torque nut kit Spacers for direct connection Spacer plates for connector plate connections 1 torque nut + 2 at washers ( 60) + 1 elastic washer ( 55) 8 x 3 mm galvanized steel spacers + 8 x 2 mm copper spacers + 16 x M12 x 60 bolts + washers and nuts 8 x 3 mm galvanized steel plates + 16 x M12 x 60 bolts + washers and nuts 8 x 3 mm galvanized steel plates + 16 x M12 X 80 bolts + washers and nuts Copper spacer
DD202365 DD202366

Cat. no. KTB0000YB1 KTB0000YB2

Weight (kg) 5.50

KTB0000YB3 KTB0000YB4

4.00 4.00

Galvanized steel spacer plates

KTB0000YB2

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


KTB0000YB3
DD202364

KTB0000YB4

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Canalis KTA Bar supports
DD202359

Connection accessories

Description Bar support, 115 mm between centres KTB0000YS1


DD202360

Cat. no. KTB0000YS1

Weight (kg) 2.40

KTB0000YS1

Bar clamps
DD202361

Set of 8 bar clamps

100

KTB0000YS2

6.40 6.40

120 KTB0000YS3 Each bar clamp includes 2 cross members and associated xings. KTB0000YS2
DD202362 DD202500

KTB0000YS3

KTB0000YSp

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Description

Dimensions of transformer Cat. no. connection terminals (mm)

Weight (kg)

Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Horizontal supports
DD202372

Supports and fixings

Description Support from the bottom Support from the top for universal feeding of drytype transformer KTB0000ZA1
DD202370

Rating (A) 800 1000 to 4000

Busbar trunking height (mm) 74 104 to 404

Cat. no. KTB0000ZA1 KTB0074ZA4 KTB0404ZA4

Weight (kg) 2.80 3.20 3.80

KTB0000ZA1
DD202368

KTBppppZA4
DD202371

Table of dimensions Height H(mm) 74 104 to 404 Dimensions (mm) A 74 86 B 160 186 C 110 136

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) See Busbar trunking cross-section table opposite. KTBppppZA4

DD202369

Hooks
Description Hooks KTB000ZA3
DD202373

Batch quantity 8

Cat. no. KTB0000ZA3

Weight (kg) 0.60

KTB0000ZA3

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Canalis KTA Vertical supports
DD202374

Supports and fixings

Description Fixings

Rating (A) 800 to 1600 2000 2500 3200

Busbar trunking height (mm) 74 to 164 204 244 324 404

Cat. no. KTB0164ZA5 KTB0204ZA5 KTB0244ZA5 KTB0324ZA5 KTB0404ZA5

Weight (kg) 5.75 10.02 10.62 11.82 12.58

4000 For further details, see page 164. KTB0164ZA5


DD202375

(1) Dimensions with free springs. Table of dimensions Rating (A) All Dimensions Y (mm) 50 < Y < 100

KTB0204ZA5 to KTB0404ZA5
DD202499

Table of dimensions Rating Dimensions (mm) (A) L M N 2000 202 205 152 to 202 2500 240 245 172 to 222 3000 322 325 212 to 262 4000 402 325 252 to 302

(1) Dimensions with free springs.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
DD202180

Schneider Electric

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KTBppppZA5

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA Tap-off unit with isolator, not equipped
Disconnection by opening the tap-off unit cover
DD210454

63 to 100 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for modular devices

Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised. System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. circuit breaker protection)
DD205033

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD205034

3L + PEN

KSB63SMp8, KSB100SMp12

Rating (A) 63 100

Number of 18 mm modules(3) 8 12

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 16 35 16 35

Cable gland Cat. no. (not supplied) ISO 50 max. ISO 63 max. KSB63SM48 KSB100SM412

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 2.40

On devices On devices

KSB63SM58

KSB100SM512 5.00

(1) The neutral must be protected or not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible). (3) Supplied with blanking plates:1x5 divisible (8 modules) or 2x5 divisible (12 modules). (4) Maximum diameter for a multipolar cable.

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

KSB63SMp8, KSB100SMp12
DD202008 DD210455n

X = 432.5 (KSB63SMp8) X = 545.5 (KSB100SMp12) Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (5) Protruding Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F 63 357 158 167 309 108 202 100 444 183 202 397 133 220

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K9AE26010

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

125 to 160 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for modular devices

Tap-off units for NG modular devices, not equipped


DD202154

The cover of the tap-off unit may be opened or closed only when the circuit breaker is in the Off position.
System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. circuit breaker protection) KSB160SMp13 Rating (A) 160 Type of circuit-breaker NG 125 ou NG160 Rotary handle 28060 Connection Max. size (mm2) Flexible Terminals 50 Rigid 70 ISO 25 max. KSB160SM413 KSB160SM513 8.50 Cable gland(3) Cat. no. (not supplied) Cat. no. Weight (kg)
DD210452

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210452

3L + PEN

(1) The neutral must be protected or not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible). (3) Maximum diameter by unipolar cable.
DD202008

KSB160SMp13
DD202155

X = 625.5

Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (4) Protruding

K9AE26010

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

100 to 400 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for Compact NS circuit breakers

Tap-off units for Compact NS, xed, front-connected circuit breakers, not equipped
DD210461

The cover of the tap-off unit may be opened or closed only when the circuit breaker is in the Off position.
System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. circuit breaker protection)
DD210452

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210452

3L + PEN

KSBpppDCp

Rating (A) 160

Type of circuit breaker NS100 or NS160 Curve N, H or L Rotary handle 29338 NS250 Curve N, H or L Rotary handle 29338 NS400 Curve N, H or L Rotary handle 32598

Connection Terminals

Max. size (mm2) Cable gland(3) Flexible Rigid (not supplied) 50 70 ISO 25 max.

Cat. no. KSB160DC4

Cat. no. KSB160DC5

Weight (kg) 9.00

250

Terminals

70

150

ISO 32 max.

KSB250DC4

KSB250DC5

12.50

400

Terminals

150

240

ISO 40 max.

KSB400DC4

KSB400DC5

18.00

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) The neutral must be protected or not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible). (3) Maximum diameter by unipolar cable.
DD202008

KSB160DCp
DD210462

X = 625.5

DD202008

KSB250DCp
DD210463

X = 726.5

DD202008

KSB400DCp
DD210464

X = 976.5

Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (4) Protruding

98

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K9AE26010

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

250 to 400 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for Compact NS circuit breakers

Tap-off units for measurements and metering, not eqquiped


DD210465

The cover of the tap-off unit may be opened or closed only when the circuit breaker is in the Off position.
System earthing arrangement Tap-off outlets Tap-off diagram (e.g. circuit breaker protection)
DD210452

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210452

3L + PEN

KSBpppDCpTRE

Rating (A) 250

Type of circuit breaker NS250 Curve N, H or L Rotary handle 29338 NS400 Curve N, H or L Rotary handle 32598

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 150 70

Cable gland(3) Cat. no. (not supplied) ISO 32 max.

Cat. no.

Weight (kg)

Terminals

KSB250DC4TRE KSB250DC5TRE 13.50

400

Terminals

150

240

ISO 40 max.

KSB400DC4TRE KSB400DC5TRE 19.50

KSB250DCpTRE
DD202085

X = 726.5

DD202008

KSB400DCpTRE
DD202086

X = 976.5

Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (4) Protruding

K9AE26010

Schneider Electric

99

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) The neutral must be protected or not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible). (3) Maximum diameter by unipolar cable.
DD202008

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

50 to 100 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for NF fuses

Tap-off unit with isolator for cylindrical fuses


Disconnection by opening the tap-off unit cover
Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised.
DD210466

System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. fuse protection)

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit


DD210470

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210471

3L + PEN

KSBpppSFp

Rating (A) 50 100

For fuses (not supplied) NF 14 x 51 Type gG : 50 A max. Type aM : 50 A max.

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 25 50 25 50

Cable gland(3) Cat. no. (not supplied) ISO 50 max. ISO 63 max. KSB50SF4 KSB100SF4

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 2.40 5.00

Terminals

KSB50SF5 KSB100SF5

Terminals NF 22 x 58 Type gG : 100 A max. Type aM : 100 A max.

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) The neutral must be not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible only if N not distributed). (3) Maximum diameter for a multipolar cable. KSB50SFp, KSB100SFp
DD202008 DD210467n

X = 432.5 (KSB50SFp) X = 545.5 (KSB100SFp)

Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (4) Protruding Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F 50 356 153 167 309 103 202 100 444 178 202 397 128 220

100

Schneider Electric

K9AE26010

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

100 to 400 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for NF fuses

Tap-off unit with isolator for blade-type fuses


Disconnection by opening the tap-off unit cover
DD202012

Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised. It is possible to install an OF contact triggered by cover opening (see the Accessories section, page 105. System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity
DD210470

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210471

3L + PEN

Tap-off diagram (e.g. fuse protection)

Rating (A) KSB400SEp 100


DD210472

For blade-type fuses (not supplied)

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 50 50 50 150 240 50 35 35 150 240

Cable gland (not supplied) ISO 63(3) max. ISO 20(4) max. ISO 20(4) max. ISO 32(4) max. ISO 40(4) max.

Cat. no.

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 5.00 11.00 11.00 20.00 29.20

Terminals Size 00 Type gG : 100 A max. Type aM : 100 A max. Size 00 Terminals Type gG : 160 A max. Type aM : 160 A max. Size 0 Terminals Type gG : 160 A max. Type aM : 160 A max.

KSB100SE4(5) KSB160SE4 KSB160SF4 KSB250SE4 KSB400SE4

KSB100SE5(5) KSB160SE5 KSB160SF5 KSB250SE5 KSB400SE5

160

250 KSB160SEp KSB250SEp 400

Size 1 Terminals Type gG : 250 A max. Type aM : 250 A max. Size 2 Terminals Type gG : 400 A max. Type aM : 400 A max.

(1) The neutral must be not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible only if N not distributed). (3) Maximum diameter for a unipolar cable. (4) Cable gland for multipolar cable only. (5) For 100A dimensions, see Tap-off units with insulators for cylindrical fuses, page 100 cat. no. KSB 100SFp. KSB160SEp, KSB250SEp
DD202008 DD210473n

Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F G H 160 450 257 300 395 207 32 32 182 250 600 308 400 548 258 32 32 192

X = 577.5 (KSB160SEp) X = 777 (KSB250SEp) KSB400SEp


DD202008 DD210474n

X = 855

Cable exit: (1) exit of KSB160Spp, (2) exit of KSB250SEp Centre line of tap-off outlets (6) Protruding

K9AE26010

Schneider Electric

101

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

25 to 63 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for DIN fuses

Tap-off unit with isolator for screw-type fuses


Disconnection by opening the tap-off unit covert
Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised.
DD210466

System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. fuse protection)

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit


DD210470

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210471

3L + PEN

KSBppSpp

Rating (A) 25 50 63

For fuses (not supplied) Diazed E27 Noezd E18 Diazed E33

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 25 25 25 25 25 25

Cable gland(3) (not supplied) ISO 50 max ISO 50 max. ISO 63 max.

Cat. no.

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 2.40 2.40 2.40

Terminals Terminals Terminals

KSB25SD4 KSB50SN4 KSB63SD4

KSB25SD5 KSB50SN5 KSB63SD5

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) The neutral must be not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible only if N not distributed). (3) Maximum diameter for a multipolar cable. KSBppSpp
DD202008 DD205037

X = 432.5 (KSB25SDp, KSB50SNp) X = 545.5 (KSB63SDp)

Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (4) Protruding Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F 25 and 50 356 153 167 309 103 202 63 444 178 202 397 198 220

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

100 to 400 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for DIN fuses

Tap-off unit with isolator for blade-type fuses


Disconnection by opening the tap-off unit cover
DD202012

Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised. It is possible to install an OF contact triggered by cover opening (see the Accessories section, page 105. System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity
DD210470

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TNC TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) TNC 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210471

3L + PEN

Tap-off diagram (e.g. fuse protection)

Rating (A) KSB400SEp 100


DD210472

For blade-type fuses (not supplied)

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 50 50 150 240 50 35 150 240

Cable gland (not supplied) ISO 63(3) max. ISO 20(4) max. ISO 32(4) max. ISO 40(4) max.

Cat. no.

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 5.00 11.00 20.00 29.20

Terminals Size 00 Type gG : 100 A max. Type aM : 100 A max. Size 00 Terminals Type gG : 160 A max. Type aM : 160 A max. Size 1 Terminals Type gG : 250 A max. Type aM : 250 A max. Size 2 Terminals Type gG : 400 A max. Type aM : 400 A max.

KSB100SE4(5) KSB160SE4 KSB250SE4 KSB400SE4

KSB100SE5(5) KSB160SE5 KSB250SE5 KSB400SE5

160 250 400 KSB160SEp KSB250SEp

(1) The neutral must be not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed, IT system also possible only if N not distributed). (3) Maximum diameter for a unipolar cable. (4) Cable gland for multipolar cable only. (5) For 100 A dimensions, see Tap-off units with insulators for cylindrical fuses, page 100, catalogue number KSB100SFp. KSB160SEp, KSB250SEp

DD202008

DD210473n

Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F G H 160 450 257 300 395 207 32 32 182 250 600 308 400 548 258 32 32 192

X = 577.5 (KSB160SEp) X = 777 (KSB250SEp) KSB400SEp


DD202008 DD210474n

X = 855

Cable exit : (1) exit of KSB160Spp, (2) exit of KSB250SEp Centre line of tap-off outlets (6) Protruding

K9AE26010

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA Tap-off units for screw-mounted fuses
Disconnection by unplugging the tap-off unit
DD202013

32 to 160 A tap-off units from Canalis KS range for BS fuses

Tap-off unit disconnection by opening or closing the cover should be carried out only if the downstreamload is de-energised. System earthing arrangement Tap-off polarity
DD210470

Busbar trunking Tap-off unit

TT-TNS-TNC-IT(1) TT-TNS-TNS-IT(1) 3L + N + PE(2)


DD210471

Tap-off diagram (e.g. fuse protection)

KSB160SG4
DD202014

Rating (A) 32 80 160

For fuses (not supplied) BS88 A1 BS88 A1 or A3 BS88 B1 or B2

Connection

Max. size (mm2) Flexible Rigid 25 50 50 25 35 35

Cable gland (not supplied) ISO 50(3) max

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) 2.40 5.00 11.00

Terminals Terminals Terminals

KSB32SG4

ISO 63(3) max or KSB80SG4 ISO 20(4) max ISO 20(4) max KSB160SG4

KSBppSG4

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

(1) The neutral must be not distributed (3L+PE) for the IT system. (2) Also suitable for tap-off unit 3L + PE (N not distributed). (3) Maximum diameter for a multipolar cable. (4) Maximum diameter for a unipolar cable. KSB32SG4, KSB80SG4

DD202008

DD202267n

Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E F 32 356 153 167 309 103 202 80 444 178 202 397 128 220

X = 432.5 (KSB32SG4) X = 545.5 (KSB80SG4)


DD202008

KSB160SG4
DD202015n

X = 577.5 Cable exit Centre line of tap-off outlets (5) Protruding

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions


Canalis KTA

Accessories for tap-off units from Canalis KS range

Accessories for all tap-off units for modular devices


Designation Description Cat. no. 13940 08905 08903 Weight (kg) 0.08 -

Modular blanking plate Divisible set of 10 x 5 Adhesive label(1) Set of 12 label-holders (H = 24 mm, W = 180 mm) Set of 12 labels (H = 24 mm, W = 432 mm)

Set of 12 divisible labels (H = 24 mm, 08907 W = 650 mm) (1) Self-adhesive support complete with transparent cover and paper label.

Accessories for all sheet-metal tap-off units


Designation For tap-off unit Order in multiples of 1 Cat. no. Weight (kg)

Cover contact KSB100Sp to KSB400Sp (break before opening)

KSB400ZC1 0.03

K9AE26010

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Tap-off units for Compact NS 400 to 1000 A circuit breakers Bolted tap-off units

Bolted tap-off units for Compact NS With front connections(1)


Tap-off polarity Tap-off diagram (e.g. circuit breaker protection)
DD210451n

3L + PE
DD210451

3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER
DD210452

3L + PEN

Rating (A) 400 to 630 800 to 1000

Type of circuit breaker(2) NS 400 or NS 630 Rotary handle 32598

Max. connection capacity (mm2) Phases and neutral 3 x 300 PE 150

Cat. no.

Weight (kg) KTB0630CB4 KTB1000CB4 KTB0630CB5 KTB1000CB5 35.00

KTB0630CB3 KTB1000CB3

NS 800 or NS1000(3) 4 x 300 Rotary handle 33878

200

45.00

(1) Installation KTAppppEBppp bolted section only. (2) Circuit breaker and rotary handle not supplied. (3) It is recommended a derating factor of 0.93 be applied when using a Compact NS1000 type L circuit breaker. KTBppppCBp
DD210462

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

DD202451

KTB0630CBp
DD202497

KTB1000CBp

Cable exit Center line of tap-off outlets Axis of Canalis KT Connection box to be tted above or below

DD210880

Table of dimensions
Dimensions Rating (A) A B C D E 400 to 630 860 350 300 547 315 800 to 1000 1130 550 330 710 510

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Canalis KTA Compact NS type NA coupling isolators
DD202377

Coupling isolators from 1000 to 2500 A

Fits equally on ducting in a at position, on the edge or vertically. Tap-off unit door locking is achieved using a door key lock. Rating (A) 1000 1250 1600 Type of isolator (supplied) NS1000 NA NS1250 NA NS1600 NA Cat. no. 3L + PE KTA1000SL31 KTA1250SL31 KTA1600SL31 3L + N + PE KTA1000SL41 KTA1250SL41 KTA1600SL41 3L + N + PER KTA1000SL71 KTA1250SL71 KTA1600SL71 Weight (kg) 135.00 140.00 150.00

KTAppppSLp1
DD202378

KTAppppSLp1
DD202381

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

Interpact INV coupling isolators


DD202377

Fits equally on ducting in a at position, on the edge or vertically. Tap-off unit door locking is achieved using a door key lock. Rating (A) 2000 2500 Type of isolator (supplied) INV2000 INV2500 Cat. no. 3L + PE KTA2000SL31 KTA2500SL31 3L + N + PE KTA2000SL41 KTA2500SL41 3L + N + PER KTA2000SL71 KTA2500SL71 Weight (kg) 170.00 180.00

KTAppppSLp1
DD202378

KTAppppSLp1
DD202381

(1) See the Trunking cross-section table opposite.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA Masterpact NW coupling isolators

Coupling isolators 3200 A

Notice: If the coupling isolator is installed on a horizontal busbar trunking the device must be only used as a disconnector and without any accessories (MX, XF, Motor MCH...).
Rating (A) Type of isolator (supplied) Cat. no. 3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER Weight (kg) 320.00

DD202379

3000(1) NW3200 HA KTA3200SL31 KTA3200SL41 KTA3200SL71 (1) The use of this coupling isolator requires derating the busway run to 3000 A. KTA3200SLp1

KTA3200SLp1

Catalogue numbers Rfrences Dimensions Encombrements

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DD202380

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Protection of the run using Compact NS circuit breakers from 1000 1600 A

Protection of the run using Compact NS circuit breakers


DD202377

Fits equally on ducting in a at position, on the edge or vertically. Tap-off unit door locking is achieved using a door key lock. Rating (A) 1000 1250 1600 Type of isolator (2) (supplied) NS1000 N NS1250 N NS1600 N Cat. no. 3L + PE KTA1000PL31 KTA1250PL31 KTA1600PL31 3L + N + PE KTA1000PL41 KTA1250PL41 KTA1600PL41 3L + N + PER KTA1000PL71 KTA1250PL71 KTA1600PL71 Weight (kg) 135.00 140.00 150.00

KTAppppPLp1
DD202378

KTAppppPLp1
DD202381

Protection of a run > 1600 A


To install protection of a run > 1600 A, consult your sales ofce.

Trunking cross-section
Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
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(1) See the Trunking cross-section table below. (2) Manual xed compact NS circuit breakers type N equipped with a Micrologic 2.0 control unit.

Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA

Special products

For further information about the use and the dimensions, consult your sales ofce.

Double skin aluminium enclosure


DD210884

For outdoor applications.


DD210882

Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Reduction sections
DD210883

For reducing busbar trunking ratings. NOTE : must be used in conjunction with appropriate protection.

Edgewise elbow with made to measure angles


DD210817

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Catalogue numbers and dimensions


Canalis KTA 4-limb zed unit
DD210885

Special products

Edgewise / at elbow feed unit


DD210881

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Catalogue numbers Dimensions

Design guide
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Characteristics Determining the rating Providing power distribution using Canalis Sizing the busbar trunking Protection of circuits supplied by several paralleled transformers Coordination Protection of busbar trunking against overloads Protection against short-circuits Circuit breaker / busbar trunking coordination Non-limiting or time-delayed circuit breaker Limiter circuit breaker Protecting busbar trunking with a Compact NS circuit breaker Selection guide Degree of protection Harmonic currents Direct current Frequencies 400 Hz Measurements and metering Transparent Ready units Fire resistance Testing and commissioning procedure

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Canalis KTA Characteristics of run sections General characteristics


Compliance with standards Protection degree

Symbol

Unit

Busbar trunking rating (A) 800 1000 1250 1600

2000
55

2500

3200

4000

IEC / EN 60439-2 IP Any installation (indoors only) is possible for the busbar truncking: edgewise, at or vertical.

Shock resistance Nominal rated current at an ambient temperature of 35C Rated insulation voltage Rated operating voltage Operating frequency

IK Inc Ui Ue f A V V Hz 800 1000 1250 1600

08 2000 1000 1000 c 50 / 60 (for 60 to 400 Hz AC or for DC, consult us) 2500 3200 4000

Short-circuit current withstand


Allowable rated peak current Maximum thermal stress I2t (t = 1s)

Standard version 3L + PE and 3L + N + PE


Allowable rated short-time withstand current (t = 1 s) Icw Ipk I2t Icw Ipk I2t kA kA A2s 106 kA kA A2S.106 31 64 961 35 73 1225 50 110 2500 65 143 4225 50 110 2500 65 143 4225 65 143 4225 85 187 7225 70 154 4900 110 242 12100 80 176 6400 113 248 12769 86 189 7396 113 248 12769 90 198 8100 120 246 14400

Reinforced version 3L + N + PER


Allowable rated short-time withstand current (t = 1 s) Allowable rated peak current Maximum thermal stress

Conductor characteristics
Phase conductors
Average resistance at an ambient temperature of 20C R20 Average resistance at Inc and at 35C Average reactance at Inc and at 35C and at 50 Hz Average impedance at Inc and at 35C and at 50 Hz R1 X1 Z1 m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m 0.079 0.096 0.018 0.097 0.203 0.057 0.069 0.016 0.071 0.178 0.046 0.056 0.015 0.058 0.164 0.035 0.042 0.013 0.044 0.143 0.028 0.034 0.011 0.035 0.126 0.023 0.028 0.008 0.029 0.113 0.017 0.021 0.007 0.022 0.093 0.014 0.017 0.007 0.018 0.080

Protective conductor (PE)


Average resistance at an ambient temperature of 20C

Fault loop characteristics Design guide


Fault loop Ph / N characteristics at 35C Ph / PE at 35C Impedance method At 20C

Average resistance Average reactance Average impedance Average resistance Average reactance Average impedance

R0 ph/N X0 ph/N Z0 ph/N R0 ph/PE X0 ph/PE Z0 ph/PE Ph / Ph Rb0 ph/ph Ph / N Rb0 ph/N Ph / PE Rb0 ph/PE

m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m m / m

0.345 0.143 0.373 0.809 0.762 1.111 0.160 0.161 0.531 0.193 0.194 0.641 0.040 0.064 0.426

0.248 0.103 0.269 0.676 0.586 0.895 0.115 0.115 0.440 0.140 0.140 0.535 0.029 0.047 0.329

0.209 0.087 0.226 0.587 0.478 0.757 0.097 0.097 0.353 0.120 0.120 0.438 0.024 0.040 0.275

0.159 0.067 0.172 0.490 0.364 0.610 0.073 0.074 0.281 0.091 0.092 0.348 0.019 0.030 0.212

0.128 0.054 0.139 0.420 0.286 0.508 0.059 0.059 0.231 0.075 0.075 0.292 0.015 0.024 0.170

0.111 0.046 0.120 0.370 0.231 0.436 0.051 0.052 0.197 0.066 0.066 0.252 0.013 0.021 0.141

0.083 0.035 0.090 0.303 0.170 0.347 0.038 0.039 0.154 0.049 0.049 0.197 0.010 0.016 0.106

0.066 0.028 0.072 0.256 0.131 0.288 0.031 0.031 0.125 0.039 0.039 0.160 0.008 0.013 0.084

Average resistance

At Inc and Average resistance at 35C At Inc and Average reactance at 35C and at 50 Hz

Ph / Ph Rb1 ph/ph Ph / N Rb1 ph/N Ph / PE Rb1 ph/PE Ph / Ph Xb ph/ph Ph / N Xb ph/N Ph / PE Xb ph/PE

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Canalis KTA Characteristics of run sections Other characteristics


Symbol Unit Busbar trunking rating (A) 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

Voltage drop

Line-to-line voltage drop, in volts (V) per 100 metres and per amp (A) at 50 Hz with load spread over the run. For the case of loads concentrated at the end of a run, the voltage drops are double those shown in this table. For a cosine of 1 0.9 0.8 0.7 V / 100 m /A 0.0083 V / 100 m /A 0.0081 V / 100 m /A 0.0076 V / 100 m /A 0.0069 0.0060 0.0060 0.0056 0.0052 0.0049 0.0050 0.0047 0.0043 0.0037 0.0038 0.0036 0.0034 0.0029 0.0030 0.0029 0.0027 0.0024 0.0025 0.0024 0.0022 0.0018 0.0019 0.0018 0.0017 0.0015 0.0016 0.0015 0.0015

Choice of products when harmonics are present (see harmonic currents for more details).
Rated current according to THD3 (3rd order distortion) THD < 15% 15% < THD < 33% THD > 33% KTA0800 KTA1000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000 KTA1000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000 -

Protective conductor
Casing Equivalent copper cross-section Additional copper conductor PER cross-section mm mm 120 210 130 300 140 360 155 480 165 600 180 720 190 960 200 1200

Average weight
3L + PE 3L + N + PE 3L + N + PER kg / m kg / m kg / m 12 13 15 14 16 19 16 18 21 19 22 26 22 26 31 25 30 36 31 37 46 38 45 56

Allowable current as a function of ambient temperature

Canalis busbar trunking is sized to operate at an ambient air which does not exceed + 40 C and its average over a period of 24 h does not exceed + 35 C. Above this value, the busbar trunking must be derated. Where k1 = ambient temperature derating coefcient. Ambiant temperature 24 hours average C Busbar trunking installed indoors Busbar trunking installed outside under an aluminium roof Busbar trunking installed in a re duct k1 k1 k1 % % % 35 k1=1 40 k1=0.97 45 k1=0.93 50 k1=0.90 55 k1=0.86

Please, see your sales ofce. Please, see your sales ofce.

Tap-off unit characteristics General characteristics


Protection degree Shock resistance Rated insulation voltage Rated operating voltage Operating frequency

Symbol
IP IK Ui Ue f

Unit
55 08 V V Hz 50 / 60 400, 500 or 690 depending on protection device

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Determining the rating Providing power distribution using Canalis


Apart from extreme atmospheres, Canalis can be installed anywhere! The order described below is only aimed at presenting the different stages for a simple installation. For a detailed design, it is necessary to use appropriate tools, approved by control bodies, in compliance with local installation standards. The Ecodial software, edited by Schneider Electric, meets this requirement perfectly.

Canalis KTA

Design order:

1 Dene run layouts. 2 Identify external inuences. 3 Determine the current rating (Ib). 4 Calculate the nominal current (In) taking into account derating coefcients. 5 Choose the busbar trunking rating. 6 Check the rating with respect to allowable voltage drop. 7 Check busbar trunking overloads. 8 Check the rating with respect to short-circuit withstand current. 9 Choose the source and feeder circuit breakers.

1 - Canalis busbar trunking layout


The layout of the distribution runs depends on the position of the loads and where the source is located. Load protection is placed in the tap-off boxes, at the point of use. A single and same Canalis busbar trunking supplies a group of loads of different ratings. Schneider Electric has tools you can use to help you choose the architecture best suited to your application: b the Idpro software to simulate the organisation of your electrical networks, b application orientated technical guides (car industry, data centers, shopping centres, etc).

2 - Identication of external inuences Design guide


Protection degree Canalis KT busbar trunking is IP55 and IPxxD by construction. This protection degree protects the busbar trunking against: b dust, b penetration by a 1mm diameter wire, b water projections from all directions. It can be installed in almost all premises; for more details see the Determining the protection degree pages. Wherever the busbar trunking must pass outside the building, an aluminium roof can be supplied; consult your Schneider Electric distributor for information concerning this option. Corrosive atmosphere The busbar trunking has been qualied for industrial atmospheres. For sulphurous atmospheres such as sulphur dioxide (SO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S), there is a suitable Canalis KT solution; consult your Schneider Electric distributor for more information on this option. Example: paper mills, water treatment works, etc.
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Radiated electromagnetic elds
According to the WHO (World Health Organisation), exposure to radiated electromagnetic elds above 0.2 micro Tesla can be dangerous causing a risk of cancer over the long term. Some countries have standardised the limit: Sweden = 0.2 T, at a distance of 1 metre. All electrical conductors generate a magnetic eld, the strength of which is proportional to the distance between them. The Canalis busbar trunking concept (metal casing and conductors near together) helps to considerably reduce radiated electromagnetic elds. In specic cases where particularly low values are required (computer rooms, hospitals, some ofces), it is important to keep in mind the following: b the induction generated around 3-phase distribution. This is proportional to the current and the distance between the conductors, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance with respect to the busbar trunking and the screening effect of the case, b the induction generated around busbar trunking. This is less than the induction generated around an equivalent cable distribution, b Canalis steel casing. This attenuates the induction more than an equivalent aluminium casing of the same thickness (screening effect), b the induction generated around busbar trunking with sandwiched bars. This is particularly low because of the short distance between the bars and the additional attenuation provided by the steel casing.

Canalis KTA
DD210982

3 - Determining the current rating (Ib)


Calculation of the total current (Ib) absorbed by a run is equal to the sum of the currents absorbed by all of the loads. The loads do not all operate at the same time and, as they are not continuously at full load, a stacking or simultaneity factor Ks has to be taken into account: Ib = Ib load x Ks Stacking factor Ks depending on the number of loads according to IEC 60439- 1 Application Lighting, heating Distribution (mechanic workshop) Number of loads 2...3 4...5 6...9 10...40 40 and over Ks coefcient 1 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5
DD210066

Caution: for industrial installations, remember to take into account future increases in the number of machines. A 20 % reserve is recommended.

4 - Calculating nominal current (ln) by applying a derating coefcient


Ambient temperature Canalis busbar trunking is sized to operate at an ambient air which does not exceed + 40 C and its average over a period of 24 h does not exceed + 35 C. Above this value, the busbar trunking must be derated. Example: Canalis KT 1250 A installed inside with an ambient temperature of 45 C: In = 1250 x 0.93 = 1162 A. In u Ib x k1 = Iz Where k1 = ambient temperature derating coefcient. Type of installation Busbar trunking installed inside Busbar trunking installed outside under an aluminium roof Busbar trunking installed in a re duct Ambient temperature 24 hours average (C) 35 k1=1 40 45 50 55 k1=0,97 k1=0,93 k1=0,90 k1=0,86

Please, see your sales ofce. Please, see your sales ofce.

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Canalis KTA 5 - Choosing the busbar trunking rating according to the nominal current ln
Nominal current In (A)
0 to 800 801 to 1000 1001 to 1250 1251 to 1600 1601 to 2000 2001 to 2500 2501 to 3200 3201 to 4000

Busbar trunking
KTA0800 KTA1000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000

6 - Checking the rating with respect to allowable voltage drop.


The voltage drop between the start and all points of use must not be greater than the values in the table below:
Installation supplied by: Low voltage public distribution network High voltage distribution network Lighting 3% 6% Other use 5% 8%

The allowable voltage drop is that which is compatible with correct load operation (refer to manufacturers guides). b Read voltage drop in V / 100 m /A for the busbar trunking chosen in accordance with temperature rise. b Determine the voltage drop for the worst case loads, i.e. those furthest from the source and for the highest current. If the voltage drop exceeds allowable limits, choose the next rating up. Re-check the voltage drop for the new rating. Voltage drop, in volts per 100 metres and per amp for 3-phase 50 Hz current with load spread over the run. For loads concentrated at the end of a run (transport), the voltage drops are double those shown in the table below: Delta U for evenly distributed loads (V / 100m /A)

Design guide

KTA08 Cosine = 1 Cosine = 0.9 Cosine = 0.8 Cosine = 0.7 0.0072 0.0073 0.0069 0.0064

KTA10 0.0050

KTA12

KTA16

KTA20

KTA25

KTA32

KTA40 0.0014

0.00493 0.00405 0.00303 0.00254 0.00219 0.00158 0.00127 0.00421 0.00322 0.0027 0.0026 0.00227 0.0017 0.00478 0.00402 0.0031 0.00217 0.00165 0.00138

0.00444 0.00376 0.00292 0.00246 0.00203 0.00156 0.00132

Example: for the KTA1600 A busbar trunking: Ib = 1530 A In = 1600 A Length L = 87 m Cosine = 0.8. According to the above table, the voltage drop coefcient for 100 metres and per amp is equal to 0.0031V / 100m /A.

0.0031 x 0.87 x 1530 = 4.12 V For a voltage = 400 V, in percentages: 4.12 / 400 = 0.0103 that is to say 1%.

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Canalis KTA 7 - Protecting against busbar trunking overloads.


To allow for extensions, the busbar trunking is generally protected at its nominal current Inc (or its allowable current Iz if the ambient temperature coefcient k1 is applied). b Circuit breaker protection: v adjust Ir of the circuit breaker such that: Iz = Ib x k1 y Ir y Inc Circuit breaker protection allows the Canalis busbar trunking to be used at full capacity because the standardised nominal current In of the circuit breaker is In y Inc / K2 where K2 = 1. b Protection using gG (gI) fuse: v determine the standardised nominal current In of the fuse such that: In y Inc / K2 v where K2 = 1.1. v choose the standardised rating In that is equal to or just lower. Check the following condition: In u Ib x k1 = Iz. If this condition is not met, choose the busbar trunking with the next rating up. Note: using gI fuses for protection means reducing the busbar trunkings allowable current.

8 - Checking the rating and choice of circuit breaker with respect to short-circuit withstand current
Short-circuit current withstand is shown in the table below. This value must be greater than the prospective short-circuit current, at all points of the installation. b Calculate the short-circuit current value at the worst case points. b Check the chosen rating allows the busbar trunking to cope with this short-circuit current. b If this is not the case, there are 2 possible solutions: b choose a higher rating busbar trunking and re-check, b provide a peak current limiting protection system upstream of the busbar trunking. Standard version 3L + N + PE or 3L + PE
Unit KTA08 KTA10 KTA12 KTA16 KTA20 KTA25 KTA32 KTA40 Allowable Icw kArms / 1s 31 rated shorttime withstand current (t =1s) Allowable rated peak current Ipk k A2s.106 64 961 50 50 65 70 80 86 90

110 2500

110 2500

143 4225

154 4900

176 6400

189 7396

198 8100

Maximum I2t thermal stress

Reinforced version 3L + N+ PER


Allowable Icw kArms / 1s 35 rated shorttime withstand current (t=1s) Allowable rated peak current Ipk k A2s.106 73 1225 65 65 85 110 113 113 120

143 4225

143 4225

187 7225

242

248

248

264

Maximum I2t thermal stress

12100 12769 12769 14400

Canalis KT is more than sized to cope with short-circuit currents. Some specic cases require checks to be carried out: transformers in parallel, low rating Canalis installed close to a transformer, etc.

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Protection of circuits supplied by several paralleled transformers

Canalis KTA 9 - Choosing source and feeder circuit breakers according to the number and rating of the supply transformers
The choice of a circuit breaker to protect a circuit depends mainly on the following 2 criteria: b the nominal current of the source or the loads, which determines the appropriate rating of the device, b the maximum short-circuit current at the point in question, which determines the minimum breaking capacity of the device.
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For the case of several parallel transformers(1): b the source circuit breaker D1 must have a breaking capacity greater than the largest of the 2 following values: v either Isc1 (short-circuit at B1), v or Isc2 + Isc3 (short-circuit at A1), b the feeder circuit breaker D4 must have a breaking capacity greater than Isc1 + Isc2 + Isc3. The table allows the following to be determined: b the source circuit breaker, according to the number and rating of the supply transformers (in the case of a single transformer, the table recommends a xed circuit breaker; in the case of several transformers, the table shows a drawout circuit breaker and a xed circuit breaker), b the feeder circuit breaker, according to the sources and the nominal current rating of the feeder (the circuit breakers shown in the table can be replaced by limiter circuit breakers if the cascading technique is to be used with other circuit breakers downstream of the feeder).
(1) To couple several transformers in parallel, the transformers must have the same Usc, the same transformation ratio, the same coupling and the ratio of the power rating of the 2 transformers must be less than or equal to 2.

Design guide

Example: 3 incoming 1250 kVA transformers 20 kV / 410 V (In = 1760 A). Feeders: including one 2000 A feeder, one 1600 A feeder and one 1000 A feeder. What circuit breakers should be tted at the incomer and for the feeders? b Incomer circuit breakers: either the Drawout Masterpact NW20N1 or the Drawout NS2000N circuit breakers can be chosen. The choice will depend on the options required. b Feeder circuit breakers: the NW20H2 for the 2000 A feeder, the NW16H2 for the 1600 A feeder and the NW10H2 for the 1000 A feeder are to be chosen. These circuit breakers have the advantage of providing discrimination (full discrimination) with the NW12H1 or NS1250N circuit breakers.
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Canalis KTA
Calculation assumption: b the upstream network short-circuit power is not dened, b the transformers are 20 kV / 410 V, b between each transformer and corresponding circuit breaker there is 5 metres of KT busbar trunking, b between a source circuit breaker and a feeder circuit breaker there is 1 metre of bars, b the equipment is installed into a switchboard with an ambient temperature of 40C. Transformer P (kVA) In (A) Source Source circuit breaker min. break. cap. (kA)
2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47 59 2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47 59 4 7 11 18 28 44 38 47 59 75 94 NS100N TM-D / STR22SE NS160N TM-D / STR22SE NS250N TM-D / STR22SE NS400N STR23SE / 53UE NS630N STR23SE / 53UE NS1000N NT10H1 NW10N1 Micrologic NS1250N NT12H1 NW12N1 Micrologic NS1600N NT16H1 NW16N1 Micrologic NW20N1 Micrologic NW25H1 Micrologic NW32H1 Micrologic NW40H1 Micrologic NS100N TM-D / STR22SE NS160N TM-D / STR22SE NS250N TM-D / STR22SE NS400N STR23SE / 53UE NS630N STR23SE / 53UE NS1000N NT10H1 NW10N1 Micrologic NS1250N NT12H1 NW12N1 Micrologic NS1600N NT16H1 NW16N1 Micrologic NW20N1 Micrologic NW25H1 Micrologic NW32H1 Micrologic NW40H1 Micrologic NS100N TM-D / STR22SE NS160N TM-D / STR22SE NS250N TM-D / STR22SE NS400N STR23SE / 53UE NS630N STR23SE / 53UE NS1000N NT10L1 NW10H1 Micrologic NS1250N NT12H1 NW12N1 Micrologic NS1600N NW16H1 Micrologic NS2000N NW20N1 Micrologic NS2500N NW25H2 Micrologic NS3200N NW32H2 Micrologic

Usc (%)

Isc (kA)

Feeder Feeder circuit breaker min. 250 A y 100 A 160 A break. cap. (kA)
2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47 59 4 7 11 18 28 44 38 47 59 75 94 117 5 11 17 26 42 67 56 70 88 113 141 NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100L NS100L NS100L NS100N NS100N NS100N NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100H NS100L NS100L NS100L NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160H NS160H NS160H NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160H NS160H NS160H NS160H NS160L NS160L NS160L NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160N NS160H NS160H NS160H NS160H NS160L NS160L NS160L NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250H NS250H NS250H NS250H NS250L NS250L NS250L NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250H NS250H NS250H NS250H NS250L NS250L NS250L NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250N NS250H NS250H NS250H

400 A

630 A

1 transformer
50 100 160 250 400 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 50 100 160 250 400 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 50 100 160 250 400 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 70 141 225 352 563 887 1127 1408 1760 2253 2816 3521 70 141 225 352 563 887 1127 1408 1760 2253 2816 3521 70 141 225 352 563 887 1127 1408 1760 2253 2816 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47 59 2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47 59 2 4 6 9 14 22 19 23 29 38 47

NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400H NS400H NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630H NS630H

2 transformers

NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400H NS400H NS400L NS400L NS400L NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630H NS630L NS630L NS630L

3 transformers
NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400N NS400H NS400H NS400H NS400L NS400L NS400L NS630N NS630N NS630N NS630H NS630H NS630H NS630L NS630L NS630L

Usc values as dened in HD 428.

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Design guide

Coordination Protection of busbar trunking against overloads


System performance is guaranteed by coordination between the Merlin Gerin circuit breaker protection and the distribution spread over the Canalis busbar trunking. Fully coordinated distributed electrical distribution perfectly meets the requirements of safety, service continuity, system changes and simplicity. In the following pages, we will explain the advantages of the Schneider Electric system and Merlin Gerin circuit breaker protection, as well as the selection guide tables for coordination between the Merlin Gerin circuit breakers and the Canalis busbar trunking. The use of Merlin Gerin circuit breakers provides: b protection against overloads and short-circuits; b coordination between the protective devices and the Canalis busbar trunking: v full discrimination from 1 to 6300 A between all the circuit breakers of the Merlin Gerin ranges, v cascading: - reinforcement of the small and medium power busbar trunking short-circuit protective devices. This enables all short-circuit levels to be covered, - protection of tap-offs using standard circuit breakers: this is achieved whatever the position of the tap-off unit on the Canalis busbar trunking; b the use of standard circuit breakers makes for simpler design whilst respecting a high level of dependability; b fault location is quick and easy; b resetting is easy once the fault has been cleared by the site operator.

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Adequacy between circuit breaker ratings and busbar trunking

In order to take into consideration thermal overload protection of busbar trunking, the different technologies of the protection switchgear and the maximum overload operating currents must be considered. By design, the thermal adjustment of a circuit breaker is more accurate.

Design guide

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Fuse

Inc = Ib x k1 x k2, Ib : current rating, Inc : allowable busbar trunking current, k1 : temperature derating coefcient, k2 : derating coefcient linked to the type of switchgear: - fuse k2 = 1.1 - circuit breaker k2 = 1. b Iz = Ib x k1. b In = I standardised fuse or circuit breaker. b v v v v Example: For a current rating Ib = 1900 A in an ambient temperature of 35C: b fuse protection: Inc = Ib x k1 x k2 = 1900 x 1 x 1.1 = 2090 A The correct choice of busbar trunking is the KTA25 (Inc = 2500 A), b circuit breaker protection: Inc = Ib x k1 x k2 = 1900 x 1 x 1 = 1900 A The correct choice of busbar trunking is the KTA20 (Inc = 2000 A), A difference of 20 % in the measurement of operating currents results in an overrating of the busbar trunking of 10 % if it is protected by fuses.

Circuit breaker
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Explanations b Calibration of thermal asymptotes: v the distribution fuse is calibrated to operate for overloads of between 1.25 and 1.6 times its nominal current (In fuse), v the circuit breaker is calibrated to operate for overloads of between 1.05 and 1.3 times (1.2 for circuit breakers with electronic protection) its setting current (Ir which is a function of circuit breaker In). b Maximum operating current: v the maximum limit for this current is set by installation standards (IEC 364, NFC 15-100, etc) at 1.45 times the allowable current of the busbar trunking.

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b A fuse is for a xed rating, a change in the current to be protected requires a change of fuse. The spacing between 2 fuse ratings is around 25 %. The typical ratings are conform to the numbers of the Renard series. Example: 40 - 50 - 63 - 80 - 100 - 125 - 160 - 200 - etc. b The circuit breaker provides the possibility of ne adjustment: v 5 % for circuit breakers tted with standard thermal-magnetic trip units, v 3 % for circuit breakers tted with electronic trip units. A circuit breaker with a nominal rating of 100 A can be easily set to the following values: Ir = 100 A, 95 A, 90 A, 85 A, 80 A. Example: A circuit breaker with a nominal rating of 1600 A set at 1440 A would be used to protect a KTA16 (Inc = 1440 A) busbar trunking used in an ambient temperature of 50 C (k1 = 0.9).

Canalis KTA Thermal setting accuracy

Setting range of circuit breakers tted with electronic trip units

Circuit breakers tted with electronic trip units have the following setting ranges: b thermal protection Ir adjustable from 0.4 In to In, b short-circuit protection adjustable from 2 Ir to 10 Ir Example: A 250 A circuit breaker (NS250N tted with an STR22SE) can easily have the following settings: b thermal protection from 100 to 250 A, b short-circuit protection from 200 to 2500 A. Avdantages This provides great exibility for: b modications (exibility), extensions (installation changes): the protective devices easily adapt to the load to be protected and to the earthing system (protection of personnel and equipment), b maintenance, the use of this type of device considerably reduces the stocks of maintenance components.

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Example of setting possibilities

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Coordination Protection against short-circuits

Canalis KTA Busbar trunking characteristics


The busbar trunking must meet all of the rules detailed in IEC 60439.1 and IEC 60439.2. The sizing of busbar trunking for short-circuits is determined by the following characteristics: b the allowable rated peak current Ipk (k). b This characteristic represents the busbar trunkings instantaneous electrodynamic withstand limits. The peak current value is often the most restrictive instantaneous characteristic for the protective device, b The maximum short-time withstand rms current Icw (kArms / s). b This characteristic represents the allowable temperature rise limit of the conductors during a given time period (0.1 to 1s), b The thermal stress in A2s. b This characteristic represents the instantaneous thermal stress withstand of the busbar trunking. In general, if the short-circuit generates fault conditions compatible with the rst two characteristics, this constraint is automatically satised. The circuit breaker must satisfy the requirements of product construction standards (IEC 60947-2, etc) and installation standards (IEC 60364 or those in force in the country concerned), i.e. have a breaking capacity Icu(1) greater than the prospective short-circuit current Isc at the point where it is installed.
(1) Installation standard IEC 60364 and construction standards specify the breaking capacity of a circuit breaker as being: - the ultimate breaking capacity, Icu, if it is not coordinated with an upstream protective device, - the reinforced breaking capacity (cascading) if there is coordination with the upstream protective device.

Circuit breaker characteristics

Circuit breaker / busbar trunking system characteristics


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When the busbar trunking is directly protected, the circuit breaker must be chosen as follows: b Icu of the circuit breaker u prospective Isc at point A, b I peak of the busbar trunking u prospective asymmetrical or limited Isc at point A, b busbar trunking thermal withstand Icw u thermal stress through the busbar trunking. When the busbar trunking is protected downstream of a cable, the circuit breaker must be chosen as follows: b Icu of the circuit breaker u prospective Isc at point A, b I peak of the busbar trunking u prospective asymmetrical or limited Isc at point B, b busbar trunking thermal withstand Icw u thermal stress through the busbar trunking.

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Circuit breaker / busbar trunking coordination Non-limiting or time-delayed circuit breaker


This is applicable for non-limiting circuit breakers (instantaneous or time-delayed) and time-delayed limiting circuit breakers. These are mainly air circuit breakers (u 800 A). This type of circuit breaker is used for time discrimination and is therefore often associated with KT type busbar trunking. It must be checked that the busbar trunking can handle the peak fault current to which it may be subjected and the thermal withstand during any time delay. The allowable peak current (I peak) of the busbar trunking must be greater than the peak current value of the prospective asymmetrical short-circuit current (Isc asym) at A. The asymmetrical short-circuit current value is obtained by multiplying the symmetrical short-circuit current value (Isc) by a standardised asymmetrical coefcient (k). It is the rst value of the 1st transient asymmetrical peak of the short-circuit which is taken into account. Standardised table for calculating asymmetrical short-circuit values Isc: prospective symmetrical shortcircuit value kA (rms value)
4,5 y I y 6 6 < I y 10 10 < I y 20 20 < I y 50 50 < I

Current value of the 1st peak as a function of Isc rms.


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Asymmetrical coefcient k
1.5 1.7 2.0 2.1 2.2

Transient and established conditions of a short duration shortcircuit.

Example: For a circuit with a prospective short-circuit current of 50 kA rms, the 1st peak reaches 105 k (50 kA x 2.1), see gure opposite. The short-time withstand value (Icw) of the busbar trunking must be greater than the current owing through the installation during the duration of the short-circuit (Isc) (duration T - total breaking time - including any time delay).

At point A, the prospective short-circuit current is 117 KArms. To meet this constraint, a reinforced KTA40 is needed because: Icw KTA40 > Isc prospective at point A. The Icw or IPK values of standard or reinforced KTA trunking allow the easy construction of circuits with time discrimination, even with high short-circuit values.

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Design guide

Circuit breaker / busbar trunking coordination Limiter circuit breaker


This is mainly applicable to the protection of busbar trunking using moulded case circuit breakers (y 1600 A). This type of circuit breaker is used for energy discrimination and is therefore often associated with Canalis KTA. Here, it has to be checked that the busbar trunking can cope with the peak current (Ipk) limited by the protective device and the corresponding thermal stress (As): b the peak current (I peak), once limited by the circuit breaker, must be less than the allowable peak current value of the busbar trunking b the thermal stress, once limited by the circuit breaker, must be less than the allowable thermal stress of the busbar trunking.

Canalis KTA

DD210991

Checking peak I withstand of the busbar trunking.

Design guide

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Checking As withstand of the busbar trunking.

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Protecting busbar trunking with a Compact NS circuit breaker

Canalis KTA Limiting capacity


Compact NS circuit breakers are high current limiting circuit breakers. The limiting capacity of a circuit breaker is its capacity to only allow a limited current (IL) to ow in the event of a short-circuit. This limited current being less than the prospective asymmetrical peak short-circuit current (Isc). This greatly reduces the electrodynamic and thermal constraints on the installation to be protected. Even if this combination is less frequent than for KS busbar trunking, some KT ratings can benet from the association with a limiter circuit breaker. High power installation If the circuit breakers limiting capacity is not taken into account: b the prospective short-circuit current value (Isc) at point A would be 121 K, b KTA16 would be the appropriate choice of busbar trunking. If the limiting capacity of the Compact NS1000L is taken into account, the limited Ipk is 50K < 110 K of the KTA10 busbar trunking. Because of the high limiting capacity of the Compact NS1000L, a KTA10 busbar trunking can be installed into a prospective short-circuit current at point A of 150 KArms or 300 K.

Applying limiting capacity to busbar trunking protection

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Selection guide

Canalis KTA
The selection guide below will, according to the prospective short-circuit current of the installation, allow you to determine the type of circuit breaker needed to fully protect the busbar trunking. Example: for an installation with a prospective Isc of 55 kA, the circuit breaker needed to protect a KTA12 A busbar trunking is a NW10L1 or NW12L1 (the rating depends on the circuits nominal current).

For a voltage of 380 / 415 V

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA0800 Circuit breakers

31 kA
NS800N/H NS1000N/H NW08H1/H2 NW10H1/H2

50 kA
NS630N

70 kA
NS630H

90 kA
NS800L NT08L1 NT10L1

150 kA
NS630L

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1000 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT1.H1 NW1.N1

50 kA
NS800N/H NS1000N/H NS1200N/H NT.H2 NW1.H1/H2

60 kA
NW10L1 NW12L1

150 kA
NS1000L NT10L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1250 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT1.H1 NW1.N1

50 kA
NS1000N/H NS1200N/H NS1600N/H NT.H2 NW1.H1/H2

55 kA
NW10L1 NW12L1

150 kA
NS1000L NT10L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1600 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT12H1 NT16H1 NW12N1 NW16N1 NW20N1

50 kA
NS1200N NS1600N NT12H2 NT16H2

60 kA
NS1200H NS1600H NW12H1/H2 NW16H1/H2 NW2.H1/H2

90 kA
NW12L1 NW16L1 NW20L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA2000 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT16H1 NW16N1 NW20N1

50 kA
NS1600N NT16H2

65 kA
NW16H1 NW2.H1

72 kA
NW16H2 NW2.H2 NW25H3

110 kA
NW16L1 NW20L1

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Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA2500 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NW20N1

65 kA
NW2.H1 NW32H1 NW40H1

80 kA
NW40bH1 NW2.H2 NW32H2 NW40.H2 NW..H3

150 kA
NW16L1 NW20L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA3200 Circuit breakers

65 kA
NW25H1 NW32H1 NW40H1

86 kA
NW40bH1 NW2.H2 NW32H2 NW40.H2 NW..H3

150 kA
NW20L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA4000 Circuit breakers

65 kA
NW32H1 NW40H1

90 kA
NW40bH1 NW50H1 NW32H2 NW40.H2 NW50H2 NW32H3 NW40H3

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Canalis KTA For a voltage of 660 / 690 V

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1000 Circuit breakers

25 kA
NS1000L NT10L1

28 kA
NS1600bN

30 kA
NS1000N NS1200N NS1600N

40 kA
NS1000H NS1200H NS1600H NT1.H1/H2 NW..N1 NW1.H1/H2 NW10L1 NW12L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1250 Circuit breakers

25 kA
NS1000L NT10L1

30 kA
NS1000N NS1200N NS1600N

38 kA
NS1600bN NS2000N NS2500N NS3200N

42 kA
NS1000H NS1200H NS1600H NT1.H. NW..N1

50 kA
NW1.H1 NW1.H2 NW10L1 NW12L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA1600 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT12H. NT16H. NW12N1 NW16N1 NW20N1

60 kA
NS1600bN NS2000N NW12H1/H2 NW16H1/H2 NW20H1/H2 NW25H3

65 kA
NW..L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA2000 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NT16H1/H2 NW16N1 NW20N1

65 kA
NS1600bN NS2000N NS2500N NW16H1 NW20H1 NW25H1

72 kA
NW16H2 NW20H2 NW25H2/H3

100 kA
NW16L1 NW20L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA2500 Circuit breakers

42 kA
NW20N1

65 kA
NS2000N NS2500N NS3200N NW20H1 NW25H1 NW32H1 NW40H1

80 kA
NW40bH1 NW25H2/H3 NW32H2/H3 NW40H2/H3 NW40bH2

100 kA
NW16L1 NW20L1

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA3200 Circuit breakers

65 kA
NS2500N NS3200N NW25H1 NW32H1 NW40H1

85 kA
NW40bH1 NW2.H2/H3 NW32H2/H3 NW40H2 NW40bH2

Max. Isc current in kA rms KTA4000 Circuit breakers

65 kA
NS3200N NW32H1 NW40H1

85 kA
NW32H2 NW40H2

90 kA
NW40bH1 NW50H1 NW40bH2 NW50H2 NW32H3 NW40H3

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Canalis KTA
Standard IEC 60364-5-51 categorises a large number of external inuences to which electrical installations can be subjected, for instance the presence of water, solid objects, shocks, vibrations and corrosive substances. The importance of these inuences depends on the installation conditions. For example, the presence of water can vary from a few drops to total immersion.

Degree of protection IP

Standard IEC 60529 (February 2001) indicates the degree of protection provided by electrical equipment enclosures against accidental direct contact with live parts and against the ingress of solid foreign objects or water. This standard does not apply to protection against the risk of explosion or conditions such as humidity, corrosive gases, fungi or vermin. The IP code comprises 2 characteristic numerals and may include an additional letter when the actual protection of persons against direct contact with live parts is better than that indicated by the rst numeral. The rst numeral characterises the protection of the equipment against penetration of solid objects and the protection of people. The second numeral characterises the protection of the equipment against penetration of water with harmful effects.

Remarks concerning the degree of protection IP

The degree of protection IP must always be read and understood numeral by numeral and not as a whole. For example, an IP31 enclosure is suitable for an environment that requires a minimum degree of protection IP21. However an IP30 wall-mount enclosure is not suitable. The degrees of protection indicated in this catalogue are valid for the enclosures as presented. However, the indicated degree of protection is guaranteed only when the installation and device mounting are carried out in accordance with professional standard practice.

Additional letter Design guide

Protection of persons against direct contact with live parts. The additional letter is used only if the actual protection of persons is higher than that indicated by the rst characteristic numeral of the IP code. If only the protection of persons is of interest, the two characteristic numerals are replaced by the letter X, e.g. IPxxB.

Degree of protection IK

Standard IEC 62-262 denes a coding system (IK code) indicating the degree of protection provided by electrical equipment enclosures against external mechanical impact. Installation standard IEC 60-364 provides a cross-reference between the various degrees of protection and the environmental conditions classication, relating to the selection of equipment according to external factors.

IK codepp

The IK code comprises 2 characteristic numerals (e.g. IK05). Practical guide UTE C 15-103 shows, in the form of tables, the characteristics required for electrical equipment (including minimum degrees of protection), according to the locations in which they are installed.

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Canalis KTA Meaning of the numerals and letters representing the degree of protection IP.
The new Canalis KTA busbar trunking products are designed to provide IP55D and IK08 protection.
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1st characteristic numeral: corresponds to protection of equipment against penetration of solid objects and protection of persons against direct contact with live parts. Protection of equipment Protection of persons
Non-protected. Non-protected.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

2nd characteristic numeral: corresponds to protection of equipment against penetration of water with harmful effects. Protection of equipment
Non-protected.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Protected against the penetration of solid objects having a diameter greater than or equal to 50 mm. Protected against the penetration of solid objects having a diameter greater than or equal to 12.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solid objects having a diameter greater than or equal to 2.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solid objects having a diameter greater than 1 mm. Dust protected (no harmful deposits).

Protected against direct contact with the back of the hand (accidental contact). Protected against direct nger contact.

DD210014

DD210015

Protected against direct contact with a 2.5 mm diameter tool. Protected against direct contact with a 1 mm diameter wire. Protected against direct contact with a 1 mm diameter wire. Protected against direct contact with a 1 mm diameter wire.

DD210016

DD210017

DD210018

DD210019

DD210012

Protected against the effects of prolonged immersion under specied conditions.

Additional letter

Corresponds to protection of persons against direct contact with live parts.

A B C D

With the back of the hand. With the nger. With a 2.5 mm diameter tool With a 1 mm diameter tool

Degrees of protection IK against mechanical impact


The IK code comprises 2 characteristic numerals corresponding to a value of impact energy, in joules.
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Weight (kg) 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 Schneider Electric 1.70 5 0.50 Non-protected 0.20

Height (cm) 7.50 10 17.50 25 35 20 40 30 20 40

Energy (J) 0.15 0.20 0.35 0.50 0.70 1 2 5 10 20

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Protected against the effects of temporary immersion.

DD210013

DD210011

Dust tight.

Protected against powerful jets of water and waves.

DD210010

Protected against water jets in all directions.

DD210009

Protected against splashing water in all directions.

DD210008

Protected against rain at an angle of up to 60.

DD210007

Protected against dripping water at an angle of up to 15.

DD210006

Protected against vertical dripping water (condensation).

Design guide

Harmonic currents

Canalis KTA Origin of harmonic currents


Harmonic currents are caused by non-linear loads connected to distribution systems, i.e. by loads that draw current with a waveform different that that of the voltage that supplies them. The most common non-linear loads are equipment including rectiers, uorescent lighting and computer hardware. In installations with a distributed neutral, non-linear loads may cause signicant overloads in the neutral conductor due to the presence of third-order harmonics. Harmonic order The order is the ratio between the harmonic frequency fn and the fundamental frequency (generally the power frequency, 50 or 60 Hz): n = fn / f1 By denition, the fundamental f1 is order 1 (H1). Third-order harmonics (H3) have a frequency of 150 Hz (when f1 = 50 Hz).

Estimating THD (total harmonic distortion)

DD210679

The presence of third-order harmonics depends on the applications involved. It is necessary to carry out an in-depth study on each non-linear load to determine the level of H3: ih3 (%) = 100 x i3 / i1 b i3 = rms current of H3 b i1 = rms current of the fundamental Assuming that H3 is preponderant among harmonics, the THD is close to the value of H3 (ih3(%)).

Design guide

There are two decisive factors: b the types of connected devices: v disturbing loads: uorescent lighting, computer hardware, rectiers, arc furnaces, etc., v non-disturbing loads: heating, motors, pumps, etc., b the ratio between the two types of disturbing loads.

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Workshops

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Mix of disturbing loads (computers, UPSs, uorescent lighting) and nondisturbing loads (motors, pumps, heating). Low probability of harmonics THD 15%.

Ofces

Numerous disturbing loads (computers, UPSs, uorescent lighting).

High probability of harmonics 15 % < THD 33%.

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Canalis KTA Effects of harmonics on Canalis busbar trunking


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Fundamental frequency: ih1 (50 Hz) No current in the neutral. The conductors are correctly sized.

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Fundamental frequency: ih1 (50 Hz) and 33% of H3 Abnormal temperature rise in the conductors caused by current at a higher frequency in the phases (skin effect) and current in the neutral caused by summing of the H3 harmonics.

The only effective solution


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Fundamental frequency: ih1 (50 Hz) and 33% H3

Reduce the current density in ALL conductors by using appropriately sized trunking.

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Busbar-trunking selection
THD 15 % 800 1000 1200 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 15 % < THD 33 % 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 THD > 33 % 500 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 Busbar trunking KTA KTA KTA KTA KTA KTA KTA KTA Rating (A) 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

Example. For a total rms current of 2356 A, (estimation based on power drawn by loads, including harmonics), the operational current is 2500 A. THD is estimated at 30%. The appropriate trunking is KTA 3200 A.

For more information on harmonics

See the Cahier Technique publications on the Schneider Electric web site: www.schneider-electric.com

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Direct current

Canalis KTA Determining the DC current value Thermal effect


Rule The total power dissipated as heat must remain constant in the duct: Pac = Pdc Where: b the power dissipated as heat: Pac = 3 x R x Iac where: v R= resistance of a conductor, v Iac = conductor rms current, b the dissipated power for 4 conductors: Pdc = 4 x R x Idc where: v Idc = direct current.

Selection table

b 1 source Case of 2 conductors in parallel for the + and 2 conductor in parallel for the (only 1 circuit in the busbar trunking):
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b 2 sources Case of 1 conductor for the + and 1 conductor for the (2 circuits possible in the same busbar trunking):
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Busbar trunking rating (A) 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

1 source 1386 1732 2165 2771 3464 4330 5542 6928

2 sources 693 866 1083 1385 1732 2165 2771 3464

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Canalis KTA Protection


With DC, there is no zero crossing point of the voltage and current to facilitate arc extinction in the protective device. The arcing time is longer and the energy that has to be absorbed is higher than for AC. The voltage of the DC arc must rise to the source voltage very quickly in order to put out the short-circuit current. Shortened electrical equation: U network = R x Isc + Uarc where: b Isc = U network - Uarc, b R = 0 when Uarc = U network.

Use with specic switchgear

A quick rise in arcing voltage can be achieved by using series fuses, one fuse on the + and one fuse on the of each circuit. For some current rating and fuse characteristics, the placing of two fuses in series on each polarity may be specied (highly inductive circuit). In some cases, two fuses must be placed in parallel for each polarity.

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Frequencies 400 Hz

Canalis KTA KT busbar trunking derating at 400Hz


Values at 35C. Application of a derating coefcient at 400 Hz combined with that for temperature derating.
Busbar trunking derating KTA08 In (A) Coefcient K at 400 Hz 688 0.86 KTA10 KTA12 KTA16 KTA20 KTA25 KTA32 KTA40 851 0.85 1014 0.84 1327 0.83 1635 0.82 2024 0.81 2394 0.80 3162 0.79

Voltage drop

3-phase voltage drop, in millivolts per metre and per amp 400 Hz with load spread over the run. For a concentration of load at the end of a run (transport), the voltage drops are double those shown in the table below.
U evenly spread (mV. A. m) KTA08 Cos = 1.0 Cos = 0.9 Cos = 0.8 0.079 0.12 0.13 KTA10 KTA12 KTA16 KTA20 KTA25 KTA32 KTA40 0.068 0.109 0.121 0.057 0.096 0.108 0.044 0.079 0.089 0.038 0.067 0.076 0.033 0.054 0.060 0.025 0.045 0.051 0.020 0.039 0.045

Conductor characteristics

Conductor impedance KTA08 Average ohmic resistance of phase and neutral conductors at In(1) Rb1ph (m / m) 0.092 KTA10 KTA12 KTA16 KTA20 KTA25 KTA32 KTA40 0.079 0.066 0.051 0.044 0.039 0.029 0.023

Average resistance 0.14 0.128 0.120 0.104 at In and rated (1) F(Hz) Xph (m / m) (1) In line with the CENELEC RO.64.013 document.

0.088

0.064

0.059

0.056

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Measurements and metering Transparent Ready units

Canalis KTA The Transparent Ready concept


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Transparent Ready is a simple solution to access information (status, measurements, etc.) available from your electrical distribution equipment (transformers, switchboards, busbar trunking). This information can be accessed from any PC connected to your Ethernet network via a simple Web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer). No other software is required. Transparent Ready can make your company more competitive by: b reducing operating costs b optimising equipment performance b improving the reliability of the electrical power supply.

DD205668

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Customer needs for measurements and metering

In all non-residential buildings, the need for sub-metering exists and is growing underthe combined effects of: b national and supra-national energy regulations, b the need to reduce overheads and production costs, b the allocation of energy expenditures to cost centres, b the outsourcing of operations tasks to specialists. Operators must therefore have access to reliable pre-processed information in order to: b identify areas for potential savings, b model building energy ows and anticipate evolving needs, b optimise energy supply and consumption.

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Measurements and metering Transparent Ready units

Canalis KTA Canalis and Transparent Ready


DD205664

Canalis offers measurement and metering units that can be mounted on both Canalis KS and KT trunking ranges, available in two ratings (250 A and 400 A). They are equipped with mounting plates designed to receive a PowerLogic PM810 Power Meter, a Compact NS circuit breaker and the associated current transformers. These units are connected to Transparent Ready solutions using a Modbus communication network. An automatic PowerLogic gateway (EGX400) provides the link between Modbus and Ethernet TCP/ IP networks.

Design guide Data acquisition in distributed architectures


DD205665

DD205663

When busbar trunking is located upstream of a secondary trunking line, the measurement devices should be installed in the tap-off units.

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Canalis KTA Canalis and Transparent Ready


DD205667n

When the power-monitoring unit is installed in a tap-off unit, it is often too high for easy reading of the measurements. We therefore recommend using a Power Meter PM810 with a Modbus communication option. Then the Canalis solution is to install a KBA line 25ED4303T parallel to the main line and dedicated to carry the information (as a Modbus network) from the powermonitoring tap-off unit to the Ethernet TCP/ IP network (see The Transparent Ready Concept) and the connections are:
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Fire resistance

Canalis KTA
As required by standards, Canalis KT busbar trunking complies with: 1 - material resistance to abnormal temperatures, 2 - ame propagation resistance, 3 - re barrier function when going through a partition wall, 4 - conservation of all circuits for 1 h 30 in an insulating sheath.

Denition of tests

1 - Insulating material resistance test to abnormal temperatures


Objective To check a material will not be suspected as being the origin of a secondary re outbreak. As dened in standards 8.2.13 IEC 60439-2 and IEC 60695-2-10 and 2-13. Method Application of an incandescent wire for 30 seconds on the insulating materials in contact with live parts. Result criteria The specimen is considered to have passed the incandescent wire test if: b if there is no visible ame and no sustained incandescence, b the specimens ames and incandescence go out within 30 seconds of the incandescent wire being removed.

2 - Flame propagation resistance test


Objective To check a busbar trunking will not create secondary re outbreaks. As dened in standards 8.2.14 IEC 60439-2 and IEC 60332 part 3. Method b Application of a ame for 40 minutes on a straight length of busbar trunking whose centre is located 2.5 metres from the edge of the burner. Result criteria The specimen is considered to have passed the test if: b combustion does not occur, b the maximum extent of the burned part (external and internal) of the busbar trunking does not go beyond 2.5 metres above the lower edge of the burner.

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Fire resistance

Canalis KTA 3 - Fire barrier test through a partition wall


Objective To check a busbar trunking will not propagate a re from one room to another by crossing a re barrier wall for 60, 120, 180, or 240 minutes. As dened in standard EN 1366-3. Method The re barrier busbar trunking section to be tested is placed in an oven which executes a standardised temperature-time curve. Result criteria The specimen is considered to have passed the test if: b there are no ames behind the re barrier, b there is no smoke or gas behind the re barrier (not requested by the standard; can appear as a remark in the test report), b the temperature rise of the casing behind the re barrier does not exceed 180C.

4 - Conservation of all circuits in re conditions test


Objective To check all the busbar trunkings electrical circuits are preserved in re conditions. As dened in standard DIN 4102 part 12. Method Its entire length inserted, the busbar trunking is taken as a specimen in an insulating sheath. Result criteria The specimen is considered to have passed the test if: b conductor continuity is preserved, b there is no short-circuit between conductors.

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Testing and commissioning procedure

Canalis KTA
All the operations described below are given for indication only. Under no circumstances can they be used to substitute the installation companys own procedures and engage Schneider Electrics responsibility.

Scope

High power busbar trunking, transformer-switchboard links. Required tools b multimeter, b 500V megger, b roto-phase.

Prerequisites

b If need be, the old equipment has been removed from the premises. b The new equipment has been manoeuvred into the premises where it is to be installed by the installation contractor. b The equipment has been installed by the installation contractor in accordance with manufacturers recommendations. b The equipments installation diagram, connection diagram and assembly results sheet are available for the commissioning engineer.

De-energising the installation and making it safe

The works manager is responsible for worksite safety and must ensure the installation is de-energised and made safe in accordance with safety rules before any inspection or measurement is performed.

Equipment checking, positioning and identication

After the installation contractor has positioned, assembled and connected the busbar trunking in accordance with the supplied installation, assembly and connection diagrams, and using the recommended tools and handling equipment, the following characteristics must: b be noted, b be checked for compliance with respect to the details shown on the drawing.
Brand Busbar trunking rating: Serial number: Date of manufacture: Source circuit breaker (busbar trunking protection): -

Design guide

Equipment type: Reference: Transformer power:

General visual inspection

The equipment has been chosen according to its electrical environment (rating and protection adapted to operating conditions). The following points do not require checking. Points concerning reception, storage and handling No signs of: b shock (which may deteriorate internal insulation: conductor insulation on straight lengths or at the tap-off points or joint blocks), b humidity or oxidation (equipment stored outside should have been covered with a plastic sheet, sheltered from humidity, dirt and dust), b rms label dening the products characteristics.

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Points concerning installation and ttings Assembly compliance with the specications of the installation drawing, service instructions and the catalogue: b no busbar trunking twisting, b positioning and distance of the busbar trunking with respect to the building, b xings, compliance of the between centres distance of the equipment for at or edgewise, horizontal or vertical distribution, b clamps, not fully blocked to allow movement due to longitudinal forces , b presence of expansion sections if necessary.

Checking power connections


DD210781

General visual inspection

Check the number of connection parts and their cross-sections for each conductor (see Installation guide). Check insulation distances between 2 conductors and between conductors and metal panels. Check the tightening torque of bolts not tted with torque nuts. For bolts tted with torque nuts, check the head has broken-off.
DD202389

DD210764

Mark each tightened nut using indelible varnish. As well as a means of selfinspection to ensure correct tightening torque, it also allows any untightening to be identied. Class 8-8 nuts and bolts (M8 on LV switchboard side, see Commissioning Guide for Schneider Electric LV Switchboards). Bolt HM16 HM14 HM12 HM10 Tightening torque 16 mdaN 12 mdaN 7 mdaN 5 mdaN

The results of all these checks must be noted on the results sheet by the installation contractor.

Checking insulation between live conductors

These measurements and checks can only be performed if: b each link is disconnected by an isolating device, b each link is disconnected from the upstream transformer, with the main circuit breaker upstream of the LV switchboard unplugged and in the open position. Test means: 500V DC megger (DC to avoid capacitive currents) Measurements: 6 measurements between live conductors (between phases and then between each phase and neutral). LV circuit insulation value (U < 500 Volts): 1000 ohms / volt of nominal voltage (IEC 60 439-1) allowed. In all cases, the insulation resistance must not be less than 0.5 M for each link (operating device). Note: KT busbar trunking is given for U = 1000V and Ri = 1 M (value to be taken into account for all elements: transport and accessories, distribution).
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Check the bolt length exceeding the nut (10 mm); some bolts may have been removed and then put back, but left untightened.

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Testing and commissioning procedure

Canalis KTA Checking the earth network and locks Earth network
General visual inspection Check: b the galvanised steel casing sides are earthed (note: this depends on the earthing system), b connection quality, b cable cross-section, b there are no loose metal parts (washers, screws) in the tap-off units. Note: the results of these checks must have already been noted on the results sheet by the installation contractor. Checking insulation between live conductors and earth Following this check, each link must be reconnected to the upstream transformer (use the 2nd available 6 daN.m torque bolt heads). Test means: 500V DC megger (DC to avoid capacitive currents) Measurements: between each phase or neutral(1) and earth (the casing if it is connected to earth). LV circuit insulation value (U < 500 V): 1000 of nominal voltage (IEC 60 439-1) allowed. In all cases, the insulation resistance must not be less than 0.5 M for each link (operating device). Note: KT busbar trunking is given for U = 1000 V and Ri = 1 M (value to be taken into account for all elements: transport and accessories, distribution).
(1) No neutral insulation if the earthing system is such that the neutral is connected to or used as the earth. Caution: In this case, once the transformer has been reconnected (star secondary), the phaseearth measurement is the winding resistance.

PE protective circuit equipotential

Reference: IEC 60 439-1: Check PE protective circuit continuity by visual inspection and random continuity testing. The previously performed phases-PE insulation test must have been compliant. Test means: ohmmeter.

Design guide

Locks

To protect personnel by not allowing access to live parts through the use of locks. Only concerns key operated safety locks.

Checking connections and auxiliary testing

Check not relevant to busbar trunking.

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Canalis KTA De-energised equipment operating tests Checking source circuit breaker protection settings
Compliance check in accordance with the installation drawing specications: b Imax thermal, b In magnetic. Note: this check is only to be performed if the busbar trunking is commissioned at the same time as the transformer: the source circuit breaker protection setting checks are related to transformer commissioning. Check not relevant if the transformer has already been commissioned. If this check is successful, the busbar trunking can be commissioned and the energised operating tests performed with the appropriate protective equipment

Commissioning and energised equipment operating tests

NOTE: commissioning can only be carried out by personnel with appropriate authorisations. Preliminary operation: energising the off-load transformer. Closing the source circuit breaker.

Checking phase order

Objective: to detect, in order to correct, an inversion of the phases or neutral amongst the busbar trunkings 4 incoming and outgoing connections with respect to the transformer output. Test means: roto-phase or 3-phase harmonic analyser. If busbar trunking energising is successful, a progressive start-up of the factory must be requested to denitively validate commissioning. If unsuccessful, the previous checks must be carried out again to try and locate the fault. Before undertaking this, the equipment must once again be made safe.

Final putting into service test

Real life operating test Once the high power busbar trunking has been energised, the other busbar trunking must be gradually put into service starting with those furthest from the load, then each load itself, those with high pull-in currents, then the lighting, contactors, heating, motors, etc. There must not be excessive vibration, and no sparkovers should be observed. The test simply consists of checking correct busbar trunking operation according to: b the average number of machines in operation, b the load variation of each individual load, b the simultaneous operation of machines (superimposing of peaks). If everything is in order, the busbar trunking is declared in-service. Testing is completed.

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This test is performed once the busbar trunking has been energised. The progressive start-up of loads will highlight any undesirable phenomena due to the increased average load.

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Layout advice Run optimisation Positioning and supports Anticipate unexpected worksite problems Tips for determining dimensions at the worksite Horizontal distribution Positioning the tap-off units Tap-off units Checking and compensating for expansion Rising mains General Positioning the busbar trunking Positioning the tap-off units Positioning of supports Going through the oor Installation with feed via a cable box or direct onto the switchboard Panorama of connection solutions Connection to LV switchboards Selection guide Connection to Okken and Prisma Plus LV switchboards by Canalis interface Connection to Okken switchboards Connection to Prisma PlusLV switchboards By universal feed unit By feed and connection plates Connection to cast resin transformers Selection guide By Canalis interface By universal feed and connection plates Connection to oil immersed transformers Selection guide By feed and connection plates or braids Other connection solutions

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Canalis KTA CanBrass software


PD202428

CanBrass software can be used to design the busbar trunking line. The easy-to-use program creates a graphic model of the line, determines the length and draws up the list of Canalis KT parts to order. The Canalis KT line is easy to specify simply by indicating the required dimensions. However, it is strongly advised to use the shortest and simplest path possible between the transformer and the switchboard. It is important to carefully plan the layout of the transformer and switchboard in order to use: b the maximum number of standard components rather than made-to-measure components, b the minimum number of components for changing direction, b straight made-to-measure components rather than made-to-measure components for changing direction.

Advice

Before dening your busbar trunking run, it is recommended you pay particular attention to the various parameters which could be detrimental to the installation.

Obstacles that obstruct the busbar trunking such as beams, pipes, etc.
DD210895 DD210900

Badly positioned places for going through walls and oors.


DD210902 DD210903

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Joint positions in the middle of a partition wall.


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Canalis KTA Insufcient ceiling height.


If the busbar trunking must be installed edgewise between a transformer and switchboard, ensure the ceiling height is sufcient for tting the joint blocks from the top. Reserve a space between the busbar trunking and the ceiling equal to 2 times the busbar trunking height (variable depending on the rating, see Catalogue numbers and dimensions).
DD210899 DD210898

Going through a oor to bottom feed a switchboard on the next oor.


DD210904 DD210903

Difference in oor levels of 2 rooms.


DD210905

Also make sure that as the work progresses other tradesmen do not carry out installations that could hinder your initial layout.

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Layout advice Run optimisation

Canalis KTA Examples of link optimisation


DD210910

Example 1 Reducing the number of changes of direction by modifying the switchboard or transformer layout.

Example 2 Use of 2 standard elbows in place of a made to measure zed by increasing dimension L.
DD210911

Modication of the busbar trunking height By slightly increasing dimension Z, replace a made to measure elbow feed connector with a standard feed connector and standard elbow section.
DD210912

Neutral position

Design and installation guide

When choosing the layout of the electrical installation, it is important care is taken when positioning the neutral between the transformer and the switchboard. If the neutral position is different to that planned, it is recommended the transformer is moved, if possible, to align the neutral with respect to the switchboards neutral. When it is not possible to move the transformer, it is recommended the phase order in the switchboard is inversed. If this cannot be done, use the phase and neutral transposition section.
DD210780

KTAppppTNp10

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DD210935

Edgewise passage through partition wall


DD210932 DD210933

Flat passage through partition wall

Rating (A) Height H (mm)

800 74

1000 104

1250 124

1600 164

2000 204

2500 244

3200 324

4000 404

Re-lling recommendation
DD210934

We recommend re-lling is carried out as follows.

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Rock wool Promatect 100 Plaster nishing

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Layout advice Positioning and supports

Canalis KTA
A support point as close as possible to the connections is needed because transformers, generator sets and switchboards must not support the weight of the busbar trunking. In some industries, for service continuity reasons, transformers may be replaced quickly. The busbar trunking must be able to support itself.

Edgewise horizontal installation


DD210930

The maximum recommended distance between supports is 3 metres. In all cases, provide for 2 supports for 4 metre sections. For clamping busbar trunking to support brackets, see page 162.

Flat horizontal installation


DD210931

The recommended distance between supports is 2 metres. In addition, a support must be placed at 300 or 400 mm from the joint block axis. For clamping busbar trunking to support brackets, see page 162.

Example of spreading out supports


DD210929

Plan for a maximum distance between supports of 3 metres.

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Canalis KTA Dening the layout, dimensions to be provided


DD210924

The position of the joint block with respect to the transformer axes and switchboard edges (dened in the Installation guide).

DD210927

Rating (A) Height H (mm)

800 74

1000 104

1250 124

DD210928

Distance of the busbar trunking from the wall

Edgewise installation

Flat installation

1600 164

2000 204

2500 244

3200 324

4000 404

DD210925

Distance between busbar trunking (without tap-off units)

Edgewise installation

(1) Provide 2 times the height if the joint block must be tted from the top. Direction of tting joint blocks.

Flat installation
DD210926

Direction of tting joint blocks.

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Layout advice Anticipate unexpected worksite problems


In order to cope with dimensional differences between the drawings and actual dimensions, it is desirable to provide an adjustable section or to leave a section undecided for each partial run.

Canalis KTA

Adjustable section
DD202483

It has an initial length of 1300 mm and can be reduced or extended by the installation contractor at the worksite ( 200 mm). By planning the use of an adjustable section when producing the drawings, it can be ordered with the rest of the material, without needing to wait until the job is nished. It therefore allows the overall project completion time to be reduced. Allow a nominal dimension of 1300 mm on the drawing to guarantee an adjustment of 200 mm on-site.
DD210908

Undecided section
DD202390

This section will be ordered after the gap to be lled has been measured at the end of the job. To optimise its delivery to site, prefer a straight section with a length of less than 2 metres rather than made to measure elbows. 1: Standard straight section. 2: Made to measure elbow. 3: Made to measure straight section. 4: Standard elbow.
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On the drawing, provide a minimum dimension of 700 mm to guarantee an adjustment of 200 mm on-site. The minimum length of straight sections being equal to 500 mm.
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Layout recommendations for adjustable or undecided sections


DD210994

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The nominal length L of a straight section is measured from the axis of the joint block to the other axis of the joint block, in millimetres (the joint block axis is located 20 mm from the end of the bars). Dimension L of the standard or made to measure section = x - 40 mm.
DD210913

Canalis KTA Straight section

(1) : For the different busbar trunking heights, see page 153. (2) : See Run sections in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions. x : measured dimension.

Example: x = 1860 mm hence L = 1860 - 40 = 1820 mm.

Change-of-directions
DD210916

Flat elbows

The nominal length of each branch is measured from the axis of the joint block to the axis of the other branch, in millimetres. The joint block axis is located 20 mm from the end of the bars.
DD210918

A and B: See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

Flat elbow, external positioning A = A1 + A2 + (140 / 2) - 20 Flat elbow, internal positioning A = A1 - A2 - (140 / 2) - 20
(1) See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

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Edgewise elbows
The nominal length of each branch is measured from the axis of the joint block to the axis of the other branch, in millimetres. The joint block axis is located 20 mm from the end of the bars.
DD210919

Canalis KTA
DD210917

A and B: See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

Edgewise elbow, external positioning A = A1 + A2 + (H / 2) - 20

Edgewise elbow, internal positioning A = A1 - A2 - (H / 2) - 20

(1) See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

DD210921

Flat Zed

The nominal length of each branch is measured from the axis of the joint block to the axis of the other branch, in millimetres. The joint block axis is located 20 mm from the end of the bars. The nominal length of the intermediary branch(es) is measured from the axis of one branch to the axis of another.
DD210922

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A, B and C: See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

B = B1 - B2
(1) See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

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Edgewise Zed
The nominal length of each branch is measured from the axis of the joint block to the axis of the other branch, in millimetres. The joint block axis is located 20 mm from the end of the bars. The nominal length of the intermediary branch(es) is measured from the axis of one branch to the axis of another.
DD210923

Canalis KTA
DD210920

A, B and C: See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

B = B1 - B2
(1) See Changes of direction in Catalogue numbers and Dimensions.

Denition of nal section parameters

Reminder: the nal section should preferably be a straight section. Take into account the neutral position when choosing the section. Tools
DD210914

Tape measure

Spirit level

Lead line

Stick

Ruler

Laser or infra-red reader

Their use
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Horizontal distribution Positioning the tap-off units

It is possible to combine the following in the same installation: b straight transport sections with straight sections containing xed or plug-on tapoff points, b straight sections of different lengths, b straight sections with different numbers of xed or plug-on tap-off points, b
PD202398

Positioning the tap-off units on the busbar trunking


DD210938

Several congurations are possible. Some examples: b on a 2000 mm straight section with plug-on tap-off points (KTAppppEDp20): v 3 x 160 A circuit breaker tap-off units:

v 1 x 400 A circuit breaker tap-off unit and 1 x 160 A circuit breaker tap-off unit,
DD210936

v 3 x 160 A fuse tap-off units:


DD210939

b on a 4000 mm straight section with plug-on tap-off points (KTAppppEDp40): v 1 x 400 A circuit breaker tap-off unit, 1 x 250 A circuit breaker tap-off unit and 1 x 160 A circuit breaker tap-off unit:
DD210995

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v 1 x 400 A fuse tap-off unit, 1 x 250 A fuse tap-off unit and 1 x160 A fuse tap-off unit:
DD210996

b on a 4000 mm straight section with xed tap-off points (KTAppppEBp40): v 1 x 400 to 630 A xed tap-off unit and 1 x 800 to 1000 A xed tap-off unit:
DD210937

Cable exit.

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Horizontal distribution Tap-off units

Canalis KTA
When the tap-off units have to be distributed along the length of the busbar trunking, use 2 metre sections and alternate the tap-off point positions.
DD210997

Recommendations for installing 2 parallel busbar trunking runs


DD210940

For an installation with tap-off units, provide for a between centres distance that takes into account the minimum dimension of 100 mm and the dimensions A and B of the tap-off units. Type Cat. no. Dimensions (mm) A B KSB160DCp 160 150 KSB250DCp 240 160 KSB400DCp 240 KTB0630CBp 175 160 175 275 150 160 160

Circuit breaker tap-off units

KTB1000CBp 275 Fuse tap-off KSB160SEp 150 units KSB250SEp 250 KSB400SEp 440

Tap-off unit door opening


DD210941

Provide for a minimum distance of 1000 mm between the busbar trunking and the ceiling to allow for the opening of tap-off unit doors. Type Cat. no. Dimensions (mm) X E(1) KSB160DCp 625.5 246 KSB250DCp 726.5 300 350 207 258 316

Circuit breaker tap-off units

KSB400DCp 976,5 Fuse tap-off KSB160SEp 577,5 units KSB250SEp 777 KSB400SEp 855
(1) With the handle.

Installing an isolator or run protective device

DD210942

Rating (A) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200

Dimensions (mm) A B 159 529 149 539 129 559 109 579 89 599 98 662

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Installation guide

Horizontal distribution Checking and compensating for expansion


Expansion poses a problem when: b the runs are made up of long straight sections, b when the busbar trunking passes through an expansion joint between two buildings.

Canalis KTA
DD202446

Long part runs

Electrical busbar trunking can be subjected to a multitude of load variations during its service life (e.g. day / night, summer / winter) which cause temperature rise differences and thus variable expansions. To absorb expansion in a Canalis KT busbar trunking, a specic section must be used: the expansion section.

Horizontal runs without tap-off units

If the busbar trunking length is greater than 30 metres, provide for expansion sections and appropriate blocking means. The ends and, in some cases, the centre of part runs must be blocked in order to direct the extensions towards the expansion sections. Layout of expansion sections and blocking means for the following busbar trunking lengths: b 0 to 30 metres:
DD210998

b 31 to 60 metres:
DD210999

b 61 to 90 metres:
DD211000

91 to 120 metres:
DD211001

Design and installation guide

Blocked xing supports, Expansion section, Direction of expansion.

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Horizontal distribution Checking and compensating for expansion


Horizontal runs with tap-off units
Layout of expansion sections and blocking means for the following busbar trunking lengths: b 0 to 30 metres:
DD211002

Canalis KTA

b 31 to 60 metres:
DD211003

b 61 to 120 metres:
DD211004

Blocked xing supports, Expansion section, Direction of expansion, Tap-off unit.

Transformer / switchboard links


DD2111005

Blocked xing supports, Expansion section, Direction of expansion.

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Installation guide

Horizontal distribution Checking and compensating for expansion


Rules for xing busbar trunking to the supports
For correct system operation, the expansion of the part run in question must be directed towards the expansion section. This implies: b the busbar trunking must be free from all longitudinal movement on its supports, b the expansion section must be blocked on the opposite side to that by which it is pushed.
DD211006

Canalis KTA

1 2

Free xings. Blocked xings. Direction of expansion.

Installation of free xings


Edgewise assembly
DD211007 DD211008

Flat assembly

Installation of blocked xings


Edgewise assembly
DD211009 DD211010

Flat assembly

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Installation guide

Horizontal distribution Checking and compensating for expansion


Here, the expansion section allows the busbar trunking to absorb the forces due to the relative movement between the 2 buildings.
DD211012

Canalis KTA Passing through a joint between 2 buildings

Building A

Building B

Blocked xing supports.


DD211011

1 Blocked xings.

Installation of blocked xings


Edgewise assembly
DD211009 DD211010

Flat assembly

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Installation guide

Rising mains General

Canalis KTA
Canalis KT enables power distribution to each oor of multi-storey buildings (ofce buildings, hotels, hospitals, etc). In this application, Canalis KT retains all its construction principles: Vertically mounted, the protection degree of the KT busbar trunking is IP55 as standard.
PD202319

Installing a rising main


1 Installation principle Installation at each oor of: b a 2 metre distribution section, b a made to measure transport section to go through the oor slab, b a busbar trunking support, b up to 3 x 160 A tap-off units or a 250 or 400 A tap-off unit and a 160 A tap-off unit. 2 Installation feed The installation feed is achieved using either a cable box or by direct connection to an electrical distribution switchboard. 3 Busbar trunking supports The supports x the vertical run section to the building structure. a oor slab support. It can be xed to either the wall, to a wall bracket or directly to the oor, This type of xing support has the following advantages: b tting to either the wall, to a wall bracket or directly to the oor, b height adjustment to make up for positioning errors, b depth adjustment from 50 to100 mm, b spring adjustment to ensure distribution of the load at each oor, b absorption of building stresses with respect to the busbar trunking (expansion, vibration, etc) thanks to the springs. 4 Tap-off units All Canalis KS tap-off units can be mounted vertically on the Canalis KT without the risk of interference with the supports.

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Rising mains Positioning the tap-off units

Canalis KTA
DD210962

Positioning the tap-off units on the busbar trunking

Several congurations are possible. Some examples: 1 - 3 x 160 A circuit breaker tap-off units, 2 - 1 x 400 A circuit breaker tap-off unit and 1 x 160 A circuit breaker tap-off unit, 3 - 3 x 160 A fuse tap-off units, 4 - 1 x 800 to 1000 A bolted tap-off unit.

Cable exit
DD210964

R = 12 x of cable

Recommendations for installing 2 rising mains in parallel

For an installation with tap-off units, provide for a between centres distance that takes into account the minimum dimension of 100 mm and the dimensions A and B of the tap-off units.
Cable exit.

DD210954

Type

Cat. no

Circuit breaker tap-off units

Dimensions (mm) A B KSB160DCp 160 150 KSB250DCp 240 160 KSB400DCp 240 160 KTB0630CBp 175 175 275 150 160 160

Design and installation guide

KTB1000CBp 275 Fuse tap-off KSB160SEp 150 units KSB250SEp 250 KSB400SEp 440

If installed in a technical room, provide for a minimum distance of 1000 mm between the busbar trunking and the wall in order to be able to open the doors of the tap-off units.
DD210963

Tap-off unit door opening

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Rising mains Positioning of supports

Canalis KTA
2 xing systems are available: b a rear wall xing system for 800 A to 1600 A busbar trunking, b a side wall xing system for 2000 A to 4000 A busbar trunking.
DD210968

Wall support
DD210967

Wall drilling drawing to x the support.

800 to 1600 A

2000 to 4000 A

(1) Dimensions with free springs. Y : 50 mm minimum to 100 mm maximum

Wall bracket support (if Y > 100 mm)


DD210966

X u 400.

800 to 1600 A

2000 to 4000 A

Floor support
DD210965

800 to 1600 A

2000 to 4000 A

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Installation guide

Rising mains Going through the floor

Canalis KTA Going through the oor

DD210977

Design and installation guide

Re-lling recommendation
DD210934

We recommend re-lling is carried out as follows.

Rock wool Promatec 100 Plaster nishing

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DD210976

4000

DD210975

3200

DD210974

2500

DD210973

2000

DD210972

1600

DD210971

1250

DD210970

1000

DD210969

Rating (A) 800

Height H (mm)

Installation guide

Rising mains Installation with feed via a cable box or direct onto the switchboard
2 possibilities: b installation with feed direct to the switchboard, b installation with feed via a cable box.
DD210979

Canalis KTA

Installation with feed via a cable box.

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Installation guide

Rising mains Installation with feed via a cable box or direct onto the switchboard
DD211013

Canalis KTA Installation with feed direct to the switchboard

Design and installation guide


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Installation guide

Panorama of connection solutions

Canalis KTA The Schneider Electric system

The comprehensive Schneider Electric system makes it simple to design a complete transformer / Canalis KT/ switchboard installation. Using dedicated interfaces, the trunking connects directly to the dry-type transformer and the switchboard for: b tested and standardised connections, b fast and exible installation, b shorter lead times. Advantages b No design work for the connections. b Simplied layout design: v pre-dened position of the jointing unit, v simplied routing (only three dimensions required), v smaller size (no additional covers required). b Transformer and switchboard supplied with connections already mounted. b Short lead times and fewer catalogue numbers for connections. b Adaptable on the worksite: v transformer end: 15 mm adjustments along all three axes, v switchboard end: phases can be inverted. b Continuity of service: v transformer can be replaced in less than one hour, v transformer, trunking and switchboard designed to be used together. b Safety: v trunking fully tested in compliance with IEC 60439-1 and 2, v compliance with standards and installation rules, v excellent re-withstand capability. b Comfort: v low level of electromagnetic radiation, v no noise.

Connection to a drytype transformer using a dedicated interface, see page 190.


PD202432

Connection to an LV switchboard using a dedicated interface, see page 176.

Design and installation guide


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Installation guide

Panorama of connection solutions

Canalis KTA
Universal connection to a dry-type transformer, see page 193. Connection to an LV switchboard using a dedicated interface, see page 176.

PD202301

Universal connection to an oil-lled transformer, see page 200.


PD202302

Universal connection to an LV switchboard, see page 182.

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Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards Selection guide

Canalis KTA
This guide may be used to: v select the connection best suited to your installation (incoming direction, trunking installed at or edgewise, different phase order), v check the total height of the connection with respect to the ceiling, i.e. dimension Z0 + Z2 (100 mm minimum clearance required between top of connection and ceiling), v optimise the connection by ensuring that (Z0 + Z1)switchboard = (Z0 + Z1)transformer to avoid having to use elbows and zed units, v position the xing devices used to support the trunking.

Type of connection

Connection with an interface SB1


DD21v0753

PD202304

SB2
DD210754

Direct connection Without protective covers SB3


DD210755

Design and installation guide

Z0 Z1 minimum

see page 176 74

see page 176 82

As per manufacturing drawing 138

maximum Z2

Z1 + 140

Z1 + H

472 Z1 + H

Phase order can be changed Mounting in workshop Exit through front or rear Exit through left or right side Edgewise installation Flat installation

b b b

b b b b b b

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Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards Selection guide

Canalis KTA Trunking cross-section


Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1)

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
DD202180

SB4
DD210756

SB5
DD210757

SB6
DD210758

With protective covers SB7


DD210759

gs

As per manufacturing drawings 473

As per manufacturing drawings 130

As per manufacturing drawings 465

As per manufacturing drawings H = 74 to 124 mm H = 164 to 244 mm H = 324 to 404 mm 195 - H / 2 255 - H / 2 355 - H / 2 Z1 + H / 2 + 115 Z1 + H / 2 + 175 Z1 + H / 2 + 255

Z1 + H

464 Z1 + 140

Z1 + 140

H = 74 or 104 or 124 mm H = 164 or 204 or 244 mm H = 324 or 404 mm

b b b b b

b b b b b

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Installation guide

Connection to Okken and Prisma Plus LV switchboards By Canalis interface


Switchboards can be equipped with connections for Canalis KT. Jointing with the switchboard is via a standard run component (straight length, elbow, etc.) and a jointing unit (identical to those used between line components). The trunking enters the switchboard via the top (roof). Switchboard connections are available from 800 to 4000 A.
Type of switchboard Prisma Plus Rating of trunking Type of circuit (A) breaker 800 to 1600 800 to 3200 4000 Okken 800 to 4000 Compact NS Masterpact NT Masterpact NW Masterpact NW Masterpact NW Type of connection Top direct and rear Top direct and rear Top direct and rear Rear Top direct and rear

Canalis KTA
PD202328

Connections are tested and qualied under normal operating conditions in terms of temperature rise () and short-circuit currents (Isc). The panel builder receives and connects the Canalis KT interface in the workshop. The phase order at the interface output can be adapted if necessary (this information must be forwarded to the panel builder). The switchboard is then delivered to the site and the trunking can be rapidly connected using a simple jointing unit with torque nuts to ensure the correct tightening torque. Compatibility between Canalis KT and the interface in the switchboard(1) Canalis KT Cat. no. Rating (A) 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 Height (mm) 74 104 124 164 204 244 324 404 Sealing kit Circuit breakers in Okken et Prisma Plus switchboards NS / NT / NW NS / NW 800 and 1000 A 1250 A 1600 A 2000 A 2500 A Interface 08 / 16 Interface 20 / 25 H164(2) H244(2) NW 3200 A 4000 A Interface 32 Interface 40 H404(2) H404(2)

KTA0800 KTA1000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000

KTB0074TT01 KTB0104TT01 KTB0124TT01 KTB0164TT01 KTB0204TT01 KTB0244TT01 KTB0324TT01 KTB0404TT01


(1) Coordination with a dry-type transformer, see the Transformer section, see page 190. (2) Height of the jointing unit in millimetres.

The prefabricated connections installed in the switchboard are designed to operate without derating and can therefore operate at the rated circuit breaker current.

Design and installation guide

Phase order
DD210772

Using the dedicated interface, it is possible to change the phase order if it is different between the trunking and the switchboard.

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Connection to Okken switchboards By Canalis interface


To 800 to 4000 A Masterpact NW circuit breakers b Enclosure 600 or 1000 mm deep, access through the front. Position of the jointing unit Circuit breaker Drawout, 3P/ 4P(1) NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40 Dimensions (mm) A B 175 325 175 325 175 325 175 325 C 156 156 156 156

Canalis KTA Top direct connection (TDC)


DD202310

(1) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 74.

DD210761

Reference point

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Installation guide

Connection to Okken switchboards By Canalis interface


To 800 to 4000 A Masterpact NW circuit breakers b Enclosure 1000, 1200 or 1400 mm deep, access through the rear. Position of the jointing unit Circuit breaker Dimensions (mm) A Depth (mm) 1000 1200 1400 NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40 NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40 NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 825 825 825 825 825 825 953 1225 1225 1225 B C

Canalis KTA Rear connection (RC)


DD202311

Drawout, 3P/ 4P(1) , top position

Drawout, 3P/ 4P(1) , medium position

Drawout, 3P/ 4P(1) , bottom position

953 -

363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363

317 317 317 156 942 942 942 881 1417 1417 1417

(1) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 74.

DD210763

Top views Depth: 1000 mm


DD202384

Depth: 1200 mm

Depth: 1400 mm

Design and installation guide

Reference point

Bottom connection

For installations with connections through the bottom, please consult us.

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Connection to Prisma Plus LV switchboards By Canalis interface


To a Compact NS 1250 or Masterpact NT 1200 circuit breaker b Enclosure 400 mm deep, access through the front. Position of the jointing unit Circuit breaker Fixed, 3P/ 4P(2) Drawout, 3P/ 4P(2) NS800 / 1250 NT08 / 12 NS800 / 1250 or 08 / NT16 Dimensions(1) (mm) A B C 236 260 260 325 325 325 160 160 170

Canalis KTA Top direct connection (TDC)


DD202306

(1) Dimensions measured from switchboard framework. (2) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 72.
DD210765

Reference point
DD202304

To 800 to 3200 A Masterpact NW circuit breakers b Enclosure 600 mm deep, access through the front. Position of the jointing unit Circuit breaker Fixed, 3P/ 4P(2) NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 Dimensions(1) (mm) A B C 185 185 185 185 185 185 325 325 325 344 344 344 264 289 264 164 214 214

Drawout, 3P/ 4P(2)

(1) Dimensions measured from switchboard framework. (2) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 72.

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DD210767

Installation guide

Connection to Prisma Plus LV switchboards By Canalis interface


To a Compact NS 1600 or Masterpact NT 1600 circuit breaker b Two enclosures combined: v 1 enclosure, 400 mm deep, for the circuit breaker, v 1 enclosure, 400 mm deep, for the Canalis KT/switchboard interface. Position of the jointing unit Circuit breaker Fixed, 3P/ 4P(2) Drawout, 3P/ 4P(2) NS800 / 1600 or NT08 / 16 NS800 / 1600 or NT08 / 16 Dimensions(1) (mm) A B C 638 638 325 325 160 170

Canalis KTA Rear connection (RC)


DD202307

(1) Dimensions measured from switchboard framework. (2) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 72.
DD210769

Reference point

To 800 to 4000 A Masterpact NW circuit breakers b Two enclosures combined: v 1 enclosure, 600 mm deep, for the circuit breaker, v 1 enclosure, 400 mm deep, for the Canalis KT/switchboard interface. Position of the jointing unit Disjoncteur Fixed, 3P/ 4P(2) NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40 NW08 / 16 NW20 / 25 NW32 NW40 Dimensions(1) (en mm) A B C 815 757 774 790 815 815 815 790 325 325 325 325 317 342 317 325 264 414 414 750 414 414 339 700

DD202305

Drawout, 3P/ 4P(2)

Design and installation guide

(1) Dimensions measured from switchboard framework. (2) To order, see Catalogue numbers, page 72.
DD210771

Reference point

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Installation guide

Connection to Okken and Prisma Plus LV switchboards By Canalis interface


The sealing kit must be ordered with the KT trunking. The size of the trunking determines that of the sealing kit. For the different types of kit, see the Catalogue numbers and dimensions pages. The kit includes a drilling and cut-out drawing for the switchboard roof.
DD210775

Canalis KTA Sealing kit


DD202314

KTB0ppppTT01
DD210774

Cut-out drawing (for all the ratings)

It is advised to cut out the switchboard roof in the workshop. Important. The dimensions are measured from switchboard framework.

DD210776

Centre lines.

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Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By universal feed unit

Canalis KTA
Canalis KT can be connected to switchboards via a universal connector. To simplify the work, it is advised to t the switchboard busbars with a distance between centres of 115 mm. Jointing with the switchboard is via a straight or elbow universal feed unit with a straight or at outlet. Connections are made using torque nuts offering both ease of use and the possibility of a visual check before energising. Enclosure depth depending on the rating of the trunking Rating of trunking (A) 1000 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Depth Y of universal feed unit plate (mm) 230 350 510 Minimum depth X of switchboard (mm) 400 400 600
PD202329

Busbars in switchboard (recommended distance between centres = 115 mm)

Design and installation guide

DD210781

KTAppppTNp10

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DD210780

Phase order

DD210779

DD210778

If the order of the phases in the trunking and the switchboard is different, it is advised to invert the phases in the switchboard. If that is not possible, use the phase and neutral crossover components. For more information, see the Description section, page 42 and Catalogue numbers and dimensions section, page 64.

Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By universal feed unit

Canalis KTA Cut-out drawing


It is advised to cut out the switchboard roof in the workshop. Cut-out for universal feeder unit, with distance between centres = 115 mm Rating of trunking (A) 1000 1250 1600 2500 3200 4000 Depth Y of universal feed unit plate (mm) 230 350 510

DD210782

Centre lines.

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Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By feed and connection plates

Canalis KTA
Connection plates are exible copper bars, insulated or not, and drilled at one or both ends. They are supplied with bolts, washers and torque nuts for connection to straight or elbow universal feed units. To simplify the work, it is advised to universal feed units with a distance between centres of 115 mm. Enclosure depth depending on the rating of the trunking Rating of trunking (A) 1000 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Depth Y of universal feed unit plate (mm) 230 350 510 Minimum depth X of switchboard (mm) 400 400 600
PD202331

DD202385

Universal feed unit (recommended distance between centres = 115 mm)

Vertical incomer

Horizontal incomer

Design and installation guide

DD210779

KTAppppERpp

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DD210783

Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By feed and connection plates

Canalis KTA Selection of connection plates


DD210764

The required number of connection plates is indicated in the table below. Busbar trunking rating (A) Connection plates per phase Number Section (mm2) 1000 2 1000 1250 2 1000 1600 2 1000 2000 3 1500 2500 3 1500 3200 4 2000 4000 5 2500
DD210786 DD210787 DD210788 DD210789

DD210785

Connection plates

Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000 to 1600

2000 to 2500 3200

4000

Short-circuit withstand
DD202359

Short-circuit withstand table Short-time withstand current (Icw) y 43 kA 43 kA y Icw y 50 kA 50 kA y Icw y 100 kA Vertical incomer
DD202349

Maximum distance between support centres X (mm) 400 225 150

Horizontal incomer

Phase order
DD210791

KTAppppTNp10

KTAppppTPp10
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If the order of the phases in the trunking and the switchboard is different, it is advised to invert the phases in the switchboard. If that is not possible, use the phase and neutral crossover components. For more information, see the Description section, section, page 42 and Catalogue numbers and dimensions section, page 64.
DD210780

DD210781

DD210790

Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By feed and connection plates

Canalis KTA Dimensions of protective covers


DD202326

Horizontal incomer
Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000

Rigid horizontal cover KTBppppCR1 for ER straight outlet feed connectors type N1 to N6 Dimensions (mm) Y D 230 220 to 475 350 220 to 475 510 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 310 to 800 430 to 800 590 to 800

KTBppppCR1

Cut-out drawing
DD210953n

It is advised to cut out the switchboard roof in the workshop..

Centre lines.

Design and installation guide


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Installation guide

Connection to LV switchboards By feed and connection plates

Canalis KTA
DD202322

Vertical incomer

Rigid vertical cover KTBppppCR2 (400 to 800 mm height) for ER straight outlet feed connectors type N1 to N6 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y D G Z 800 to 1250 230 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800 1600 to 2500 350 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800 3200 to 4000 510 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800

KTBppppCR2

Cut-out drawing
DD210953n1

It is advised to cut out the switchboard roof in the workshop.

Centre lines.

DD202324

Rigid vertical cover KTBppppCR3 (100 to 400 mm height) for ER straight outlet feed connectors type N1 to N6 Calibre (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 Dimensions (mm) Y D 230 220 to 475 350 220 to 475 510 220 to 475

KTBppppCR3

G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475

Z 400 to 800 400 to 800 400 to 800

Cut-out drawing
DD210953n2

Centre lines.

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It is advised to cut out the switchboard roof in the workshop.

Installation guide

Connection to cast resin transformers Selection guide


This guide will allow you to: v choose the connection best suited to your layout (incoming direction, at or edgewise busbar trunking, possibility of adjusting phase order), v check the total height of the link with respect to the premises ceiling height, dimension Z0 + Z2 (plan for 100 mm minimum between the upper point of the link and the ceiling), v optimise your link whilst respecting the following rule: (Z0 + Z1)switchboard = (Z0 + Z1)transformer to avoid multiple elbows to change levels, v position the sections for the busbar trunking supports.

Canalis KTA

Type of connection
PD202398

Connection with interface to Trihal transformers TS1 TS2


DD202487 DD202488

Universal connection TS3


DD202489

TS4
DD202490

Design and installation guide

Z0 Z1 minimum maximum Z2

See page 190 230 Z1 + 140

See page 190 238 Z1 + H

According to manufacturers drawing 350 350 Z1 + H

According to manu drawing 280 280(1) 420(1)

Selecting phase order Front or rear exit Right or left exit Edgewise layout Flat layout

Fixed b

Fixed b b

At time of order b b

At time of order b

b
(1) To use standard connection plates L = 406 mm in accordance with our recommendations.

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Connection to cast resin transformers Selection guide

Canalis KTA Trunking cross-section


Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1)

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
DD202180

TS5
DD202491

TS6
DD202492

TS7
DD202493

TS8
DD202494

ufacturers

According to manufacturers drawing 350 350(1) Z1 + H

According to manufacturers drawing According to manufacturers drawing 280 350 280(1) 420(1) 350(1)

According to manufacturers drawing -

At time of order

At time of order b b

H = 74 or 104 or Z1 + H / 2 + 115 500(1) 124 mm H = 164 or 204 Z1 + H / 2 + 175 or 244 mm H = 324 or Z1 + H / 2 + 255 404 mm At time of order At time of order b

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Installation guide

Connection to Trihal cast resin transformers By Canalis interface


The Trihal dry-type transformers are supplied with a specic interface tested to receive the Canalis KT busbar trunking. Jointing with the switchboard is achieved using a standard run section (straight, elbow section, etc) and a joint block identical to that for connecting run elements. The Canalis KT/ dry type transformer interface, which is tted to the transformer, is designed to accept the transformers 25 % overload in the case of forced ventilation. The connections are tested and qualied in normal operating conditions with respect to temperature rise () and short-circuits (Isc). The busbar trunking is quickly connected to the dry-type transformer using a simple joint block with torque nuts, guaranteeing tightening torque. Table of compatibility between Canalis KT and the connection interface for naturally ventilated (AN) dry-type transformers.
Dry-type transformer Rating l nominal(1) Interface (kVA) (A) Type Junction Rating (A) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 887 1126 1408 1760 2253 2816 1 2 3 4 5 6 H124 H164 H204 H244 H324 H404 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 Canalis KT Cross-section 140 x 104 140 x 124 140 x 164 140 x 204 140 x 244 140 x 324 Type KTA1000 KTA1250 KTA1600 KTA2000 KTA2500 KTA3200 KTA4000

Canalis KTA
PD202434

2500 3520 7 H404 5000 140 x 404 (1) I is given as an indication only and is calculated with U - 410 V.

Table of compatibility between Canalis KT and the connection interface for forced ventilated (AF) dry-type transformers.
Dry-type transformer Rating l nominal(1) Interface (kVA) (A) Type Junction Rating (A) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 1108 1407 1760 2253 2816 1 2 3 4 5 H124 H164 H204 H244 H324 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 Canalis KT Cross-section 140 x 124 140 x 164 140 x 204 140 x 244 140 x 324 Type 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

2000 3520 6 H404 4000 140 x 404 (1) I is given as an indication only and is calculated with U - 410 V.

If, for reasons of busbar trunking operating conditions or performance requirements, you have to use a rating other than those dened in the above tables, consult us.

Design and installation guide

DD210945

KTAppppTNp10

KTAppppTPp10

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DD210780

Phase order

If the phase order of the busbar trunking is different to that of the switchboards busbars, it is recommended a phase inversion is carried out in the switchboard. If this cannot be done, use the phase and neutral transposition section. For more information, see the Description section, page 42 and Catalogue numbers and dimensions section, page 64.

Installation guide

Connection to Trihal cast resin transformers By Canalis interface


DD210946

Canalis KTA

Reference point

Dimensions

Dimensions X, Y and Z Dimensions (mm) X M X0 Interface type Transformer power (kVA) 630 800 1000 1250 147 150 170 147 100 100 108 93 233 215 265 245 1 2 3 4 1600 150 124 300 5 2000 170 144 300 6 2500 153 149 322.5 7

Dimensions Y0 and Z0 Y0 = X + L Z0 = C - M Dimensions C and L are different according to country standards. French standard FT no.235627 rev. 3 - Primary voltage: 20 kV - Insulation voltage: 24 kV Secondary voltage: 410 V Dimensions (mm) C L Transformer power (kVA) 630 800 1000 1250 1614 1744 1749 1929 220 225 240 240 1600 2089 240 2000 2209 257 2500 2297 275

Dimensions (mm) C L

Transformer power (kVA) 630 800 1000 1250 1734 1744 1749 2019 210 220 225 245

1600 1979 255

2000 2199 255

2500 2279 265

Spanish standard FT no.235515 rev. 3 - Primary voltage: 20 kV - Insulation voltage: 24 kV Secondary voltage: 420 V Dimensions (mm) C L Transformer power (kVA) 630 800 1000 1250 1614 1744 1879 1929 220 225 215 245 1600 1979 250 2000 2194 245

Belgian standard FT no.235820 rev. 0 - Primary voltage: 15 kV - Insulation voltage: 17.5 kV Secondary voltage: 400 V Dimensions (mm) C L
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1600 2054 230

2000 2149 255

2500 2164 235 191

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German standard FT no.235763 rev. 0 - Primary voltage: 20 kV - Insulation voltage: 24 kV Secondary voltage: 400 V

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Connection to Trihal cast resin transformers By Canalis interface


The sealing kit must be ordered with the KT busbar trunking. The busbar trunking size denes the sealing kit size. For the different types of kit, see Catalogue numbers / Dimensions. The kit includes a drilling and cut-out template for the dry-type transformer panels.

Canalis KTA Sealing kit


DD210947

KTB0ppppTT01

Cut-out drawing
DD210776

It is recommended that the cutting-out of the transformer panels is done in the workshop.

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PD202330

Connection to cast resin transformers By universal feed and connection plates


Canalis KT can be connected to cast resin transformers using a universal feed. The connection is made using a exible busbar (connection plates or braids) to avoid transmitting vibrations and expansions. The connection plates are made up of either insulated or non-insulated exible copper bars, drilled at one or both ends. A nut and bolt kit allows connection to the feed. The connections use torque-head bolts which provide both ease of installation and visual inspection of correct tightening before energising. If the transformer is supplied with panels, provide for an additional cover to maintain the protection degree. Choice of Canalis KT busbar trunking rating according to transformer power. Transformer Power (kVA) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 I nominal(1) (A) 887 1126 1408 1760 2253 2816 3520 KTA rating at nominal power(2) (A) 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000

(1) I is given as an indication only and is calculated with U = 410 V and at transformer nominal setting, without forced ventilation. (2) The busbar trunking rating is dened for normal operating conditions.

Recommended congurations for shortcircuit withstand (connection plate L = 400 mm)

TS3 and TS5 universal connection, edgewise mounting


DD210949

KTAppppELp1 or KTAppppELp2 or KTAppppELp3 or KTAppppELp4 TS4 and TS6 universal connection, at mounting (using angle brackets)
DD210948

KTAppppELp1 or KTAppppELp2 or KTAppppELp3 or KTAppppELp4 with angle bracket KTB0000YE1


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Connection to cast resin transformers By universal feed and connection plates


TS7 universal connection, edgewise mounting

KTAppppELp5 TS7 universal connection, at mounting (using angle brackets)


DD202480

KTAppppELp5 with angle bracket KTB0000YE

Denition of connection plates


DD210950

The number of connection plates is dened in the table below: Busbar trunking rating (A) Connection plates per phase Number Cross-section (mm2) 1000 2 1000 1250 2 1000 1600 2 1000 2000 3 1500 2500 3 1500 3200 4 2000 4000 5 2500
DD210786 DD210787 DD210788 DD210789

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Connection plates

Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000 to 1600

2000 to 2500 3200

4000

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Canalis KTA Phase order

Connection to cast resin transformers By universal feed and connection plates


Phase selection is made when the feed is ordered. Phase L2 is xed and can therefore be used as a reference for installing the feed on the transformer. The different phase selection possibilities (T) b Dedicated feeds N1 to N4,
DD210951

Important: the drawings and references above correspond to a phase order of N321, joint block side. If the phase order on the joint block side is N123, inverse T=1 with T=3 and T=2 with T=4. b Feed with at bars N5.
DD210952

Important: the drawings and references above correspond to a phase order of N321, joint block side. If the phase order on the joint block side is N123, inverse L1 and L3 on the transformer side marking.

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Connection to cast resin transformers By universal feed and connection plates


Vertical protection covers for dry-type transformer feeds N1, N2, N3 and N4 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y Z Minimum Maximum 800 to 1250 230 200 350 1600 to 2500 350 200 350 3200 to 4000 510 200 350
DD202344n

KTB0000CR4

Horizontal protection covers for dry-type transformer feeds N1, N2, N3 and N4 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y Z Minimum Maximum 800 to 1250 230 330 480 1600 to 2500 350 330 480 3200 to 4000 510 330 480 KTB0000CR5
DD202345n

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Connection to cast resin transformers By universal feed and connection plates


Horizontal protection cover for dry-type transformer feed N5 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y Z Minimum Maximum 800 to 1250 230 380 530 1600 to 2500 350 500 650 3200 to 4000 510 660 810 KTBppppCR6
DD202347

Cut-out drawing for dry-type transformer panels


DD202501n

It is recommended that the cutting-out of the transformer panels is done in the workshop.

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Installation guide

Connection to oil immersed transformers Selection guide


This guide will allow you to: v choose the connection best suited to your layout (incoming direction, at or edgewise busbar trunking, possibility of adjusting phase order), v check the total height of the link with respect to the premises ceiling height, dimension Z0 + Z2 (plan for 100 mm minimum between the upper point of the link and the ceiling), v optimise your link whilst respecting the following rule: (Z0 + Z1)switchboard = (Z0 + Z1)transformer to avoid multiple elbows to change levels, v position the sections for the busbar trunking supports.

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Incomer type
PD202429

Vertical incomer TH1


DD202416

TH2
DD202417

TH3
DD202418

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Z0 Z1 Z2 minimum maximum

According to manufacturers drawing 738 1072 Z1 + H

According to manufacturers drawing 1073 Z1 + H

According 730 1064 Z1 + 140

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Canalis KTA Trunking cross-section


Rating (A) Height H (mm) Width W (mm)
DD210867

800(1)

1000

1250

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000
DD202180

TH4
DD202419

Direct connection TH5


DD202420

g to manufacturers drawing

According to manufacturers drawing 1065 Z1 + 140

According to manufacturers drawing Z1 = (Y/ H) / 2 Z1 = (Y/ H) / 2 H = 74 or 104 or 124 mm H = 164 or 204 or244 mm H = 324 or 404 mm b b 510 770 850

b b

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PD202300

Connection to oil immersed transformers By feed and connection plates or braids


Connection to an oil immersed transformer is made using exible bars (connection plates) to avoid transmitting transformer vibrations to the busbar trunking and to limit the stress on connection terminals. Choice of busbar trunking Dry-type transformer Rating (kVA) 500 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 l nominal(1) (A) 704 887 1126 1408 1760 2253 2816 3520 Canalis KT aluminium busbar trunking Rating (A) Cross-section 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 4000 140 x 74 140 x 104 140 x 124 140 x 164 140 x 204 140 x 244 140 x 324 140 x 404

(1) I is given as an indication only and is calculated with U - 410 V. Note: If, for reasons of busbar trunking operating conditions or performance requirements, you have to use a rating other than those dened in the above tables, consult us.

Protective cover width Busbar trunking rating (A) 1000 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3000 to 4000 Dimensions Y of the feed 230 350 510

DD202421

Recommended congurations for shortcircuit withstand (connection plate L = 400 mm)

Vertical incomer

Horizontal incomer

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DD202422

Installation guide

Canalis KTA Several connection possibilities


DD202423n

Connection to oil immersed transformers By feed with connection plates or braids


With connection plates with kink and bar clamp
DD202424n

With connection plates with kink to be drilled


DD202425n

With drilled connection plates (KTB0000YC4) or braids

Phase order
DD210791

If the phase order of the busbar trunking is different to that of the switchboards busbars, it is recommended a phase inversion is carried out in the switchboard. If this cannot be done, use the phase and neutral transposition section. For more information, see the Description section, page 42 and Catalogue numbers and dimensions section, page 64.

DD210781

DD210780

KTAppppTNp10

KTAppppTPp10

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Canalis KTA Denition of connection plates


DD210764

Connection to oil immersed transformers By feed with connection plates or braids


The number of connection plates is dened in the table below: Busbar trunking rating (A) Connection plates per phase Number Cross-section (mm2) 1000 2 1000 1250 2 1000 1600 2 1000 2000 3 1500 2500 3 1500 3200 4 2000 4000 5 2500
DD210786 DD210787 DD210788 DD210789

DD202426

Connection plates

Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000 to 1600

2000 to 2500 3200

4000

DD210785

Denition of braids
DD202355

The number of braids is dened in the table below: Busbar trunking rating (A) Braids per phase Number 1000 1 1250 2 1600 2 2000 2 2500 3 3200 3 4000 4
DD210768 DD210770 DD210773

Cross-section (mm2) 600 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 2400


DD202376

Braids

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Busbar trunking rating (A)

1000

1250 to 2000

2500 to 3200

4000

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Canalis KTA Dimensions of protective covers

Connection to oil immersed transformers By feed with connection plates or braids


Horizontal incomer
Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR1
DD202326

Rigid horizontal cover KTBppppCR1 for ER straight outlet feed connectors type N1 to N6 Dimensions (mm) Y D 230 220 to 475 350 220 to 475 510 220 to 475 G 220 to 475 220 to 475 220 to 475 Z 310 to 800 430 to 800 590 to 800

Adjustable cover KTBppppCR7 for horizontal incomer feed connectors with a between centres distance of 150 or 170 mm Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR7
DD210872n

Dimensions (mm) Y Z X 230 565 450 350 825 650 510 905 650

A 830 890 960

B 750 810 880

E 330 350 460

F 125 265 185

G 365 485 645

Vertical incomer

KTBppppCR2
DD202322

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Rigid vertical cover KTBppppCR2 (400 to 800 mm height) for ER straight outlet feed connectors type N1 to N6 Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y D G Z 800 to 1250 230 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800 1600 to 2500 350 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800 3200 to 4000 510 220 to 475 220 to 475 400 to 800

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Canalis KTA

Connection to oil immersed transformers By feed with connection plates or braids


Adjustable cover KTBppppCR8 for vertical incomer feed connectors with a between centres distance of 150 or 170 mm Rating (A) 800 to 1250 1600 to 2500 3200 to 4000 KTBppppCR8
DD210870n

Dimensions (mm) Y Z A 230 600 830 350 600 890 510 600 960

B 750 810 880

C 345 460 625

E 330 350 460

Flexible cover KTBppppCR8 for vertical incomer straight outlet feed connectors with a between centres distance of 115 mm Rating (A) Dimensions (mm) Y C 800 to 1250 230 200 to 650 1600 to 2500 350 200 to 650 3200 to 4000 510 200 to 650 KTBppppCS0
DD202319

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Connection to oil immersed transformers Other connection solutions


Canalis KT is easily connected to Minera oil immersed transformers (France Transfo offer). For more details of drilling dimensions for the bushings and the connection terminals, refer to the manufacturers catalogue.
DD210955

Canalis KTA Connection to bar bushings

Connections to Minera ground mounted oil immersed transformers from 630 to 3150 kVA - y 24 kV / 400 V Power (kVA) 630 800
DD202427 DD202430 DD202429 DD202428

Bar bushings (A) 1250

Dimensions (mm)

1000

1600

1250 1600

2500

2000

3150

DD2024321

2500 3150

5000

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Connection terminals of the type dened below must be used. These are available in the transformer manufacturers catalogues.
DD210959

Canalis KTA Connection to porcelain bushings

Cover
DD210957

The transformers can be supplied with or without a low voltage cover. This cover is not used in our solutions.

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Reception, handling and storage Maintenance Run sections Recycling

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Recommendations

Reception, handling and storage

Canalis KTA
This document contains practical information, lays out the general recommendations (as a complement to the installation regulations) and species the basic instructions that must be respected when handling and storing Schneider Electric Canalis busbar trunking system. The purchasers engineering, installation and operating staff must become acquainted with this document and become familiar with the appearance and characteristics of each of the Canalis busbar trunking systems components. Appropriate planning and coordination between the different job functions is indispensable for ensuring an efcient installation of the equipment. Each Canalis busbar trunking system is carefully inspected and packaged at the assembly plant. The entire system is checked both structurally and electrically. At the end of inspection, the busbar trunking system is prepared for shipping. Each section is packed to guarantee easy handling before its installation. The catalogue number is written on each shipping unit. Warning RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURNS OR EXPLOSION b Protect the equipment against all contact with water, salt, concrete and other corrosive surroundings both before and during installation. b Outdoor equipment is not resistant to bad weather until after it has been fully and correctly installed. b Do not sit or walk on the equipment. If these instructions are not respected, the equipment may deteriorate leading to a risk of serious or mortal injury.

Reception

Upon reception, check the information on the shipping note corresponds to the equipment received to ensure all of the order has been received and shipped. Complaints concerning missing components or other errors must be sent in writing to Schneider Electric SAS within 30 days from the date the shipping item was received. If no complaint has been received within 30 days from the date the shipping item was received, Schneider Electric SAS will no longer be responsible for repairs or replacements that may be required. Upon reception, check the various units of the busbar trunking system immediately to identify any damage that has occurred during transport. If there is observed or suspected damage, le a claim immediately with the carrier and inform the nearest Schneider Electric ofce.

Handling

Handle Canalis products with the greatest of care to avoid damaging the internal components of the system and to avoid changing the external appearance of the various parts, as well as the bar ends (connection terminals). The busbar trunking must be constantly supported by independent means, in such a way its weight is not resting on the top of the transformers or distribution switchboards. The distance between these support means must not exceed 3 metres.

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Avoid exposing the busbar trunking to twisting, embossing or impacts, and all other actions likely to causing damage. Ensure the handling equipment available at the site of installation is suitable for handling busbar trunking. In particular, check the lifting capacity of the crane or the other lifting equipment to be used.

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Reception, handling and storage

Canalis KTA
Take great care when unpacking the equipment: b use a nail-head puller when unpacking wooden crates, b if hauling the busbar trunking with a crane, use Nylon slings to spread the weight of the unit being lifted, b if using cables, insert a spacing means to avoid damaging the busbar trunking, b if using a forklift truck, position the busbar trunking on the forks in such a way the weight is evenly distributed. 1 - Cut the strapping holding the packaging case using suitable cutting tools. 2 - Use suitable tools to remove the strengthened steel packaging at each end of the busbar trunking. Take care not to damage the steel box so as not to damage the busbar trunking. Avoid the use of objects with sharp edges when lifting the busbar trunking. 3 - Dispose of all used packaging in an appropriate way. Never drag the busbar trunking along the oor. Do not use the end bars to lift sections of the busbar trunking.

Protection against humidity during storage

If the busbar trunking is not installed and commissioned immediately, leave it in the original Canalis packaging and store it in a clean and dry place at a uniform temperature. The busbar trunking must not be stored outside. However, if outside storage is necessary, cover the busbar trunking in such a way as to protect it from bad weather and to avoid contact with the elements. Temporary electrical heating must be provided for underneath the covering means to prevent condensation. The supplied heat must be of suitable temperature and uniformly distributed underneath the covering means. Outdoor busbar trunking is not resistant to bad weather until after it has been fully and correctly installed. During installation, take particular care to protect rising mains from humidity arising from unnished roofs, walls and other similar elements.

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Maintenance Run sections

Canalis KTA Danger


RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURNS OR EXPLOSION The installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment must only be carried out by qualied electrical maintenance staff. This document must not be considered as being a sufcient means for allowing non-qualied staff to undertake the operation and maintenance of the equipment. b Cut the electrical supply to the busbar trunking before installing, removing or working on the equipment. b Always use a suitable nominal voltage detection means to conrm the supply has been cut. b Effective use of the equipment requires the implementation of appropriate handling, installation, functioning and maintenance operations. If these instructions are not respected, there is a risk of serious injury or death.

Warning

RISK OF DAMAGING THE EQUIPMENT Hydrocarbon aerosols and aerosols using a hydrocarbon base may cause the deterioration of certain plastics. Before using certain products to clean, dry or lubricate the different components during installation or maintenance, consult your nearest Schneider Electric SAS ofce. If these instructions are not respected, the equipment may deteriorate leading to a risk of serious injury or death.

Run sections

Canalis busbar trunking has been designed for minimum maintenance. Inspect the busbar trunking once a year, or after all serious incidents concerning electrical short-circuits or earthing faults. Carry out the following maintenance procedures: b meticulously inspect all visible electrical connections and joints. Do not remove joint covers. Check the nuts and bolts are correctly tightened, b use a torque wrench to check bolt tightening torques. The tightening torque is marked on the connection block and the following values must be respected: Bolt HM 16 HM 14 HM 12 HM 10 Tightening torque 16 mdaN 12 mdaN 7 mdaN 5 mdaN

If one of the joints or terminals is highly discoloured, corroded or pitted, or shows signs it has been exposed to high temperatures, the material concerned must be replaced with new factory mounted material. Consult your local Schneider Electric ofce for all replacements, b ensure all mechanisms are in good working order. Lubricate the moving parts of the various mechanisms if necessary. Similarly, remove all excess lubrication to avoid undesirable foreign bodies from gathering, b check the insulation resistance before re-energising the busbar trunking. It is recommended that resistance measurements are recorded. If these values decrease signicantly over time, it means deterioration is underway. Carry out an insulation resistance test in compliance with the instructions given in the Testing and comissioning procedure section. Re-energise the equipment in accordance with the instructions given in the Testing and comissioning procedure section.

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Maintenance Recycling

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After having performed all the necessary inspections and repairs mentioned above, it may be desirable to carry out infrared temperature measurements on all the electrical connections. This operation must be done once the busbar trunking has been re-energised and reached a stabilized temperature. Responsibility Schneider Electric declines all responsibility for maintenance carried out in a non-compliant way with respect to specications or installation regulations, for inappropriate storage conditions, for inappropriate product environments (chemical and ambient conditions, atmospheric conditions, etc.), for the incorrect use of the products, and for the non-respect of installation and / or connection procedures.

Distribution tap-off units

Contact between busbar trunking and tap-off boxes.

Busbar trunking contacts consist of sprung silver plated contact jaws to ensure optimum contact quality. The contacts do not use plastic for their support or transmission of force. They are connected to the live conductors of the run at the tap-off point. Silverplated copper conductors are used at the place of contact. These devices are maintenance-free.

Cable connection

Cable connection of the feeders are via terminals or lugs. As with all screw connections, it is recommended that tightening torque be checked one year after installation and then to space-out the checks.

Protection switchgear

For all devices tted in Canalis tap-off units, the manufacturers recommendations must be complied with.

Checking appearance

It is recommended the external cleanliness of the tap-off units be checked yearly to remove dust, water and oil deposits, and all other conductive bodies from the sensitive zones. Check for signs of shock which may affect the protection degree.

Recycling busbar trunking


DD205673

Canalis busbar trunking can be reused. Canalis busbar trunking is designed for a long service life and can easily be dismantled, cleaned and reused. All packaging materials can be recycled (cardboard or recyclable polyethylene lm). All Canalis products are designed for safe end-of-life recycling. PVC, on the other hand, requires neutralisation of the hydrochloric acid produced using lime and generates dioxins that are extremely toxic.

Canalis helps conserve natural resources

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Example: 1 kg of PVC generates 1 kg of waste.

The depletion of raw materials (copper, plastics, etc.) is one of our ongoing concerns. For this reason, we have optimised the used of all materials used to make our busbar trunking. b Reduction of dangerous or polluting materials. We design our products to meet future European directives. b Reduction in the weight of insulating materials. b Reduction in the use of plastics for improved re performance: less energy released during combustion, thereby limiting propagation and facilitating extinction (lower caloric value).

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