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Surge Protection & Power Conditioning Products Overview The Power Quality Pyramid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.0-2 Surge Protection Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.0-3 Voltage Sags/Regulation & Power Conditioning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . 35.0-4 Surge Protection Products TVSS An Industry Breakthrough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-1 Clipper Power System (CPS) Visor Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-2 Visor Display Packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-4 Clipper Power System Retrot Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-8 Clipper VL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-14 Whole Home Surge Protector (CHSP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-16 AEGIS Powerline Filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-17 Reective Wave Trap (RWT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-19 Datacom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.1-21 Specications For complete product specication in CSI format see Eatons Cutler-Hammer Product Specication Guide Clipper Power Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16671A AEGIS Powerline Filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16671B Reective Wave Trap (RWT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16671C Datacom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 16671D

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The Power Quality Pyramid


When evaluating a power quality issue, the Power Quality Pyramid should be used as the basis for analyzing a solution. This simple, yet proven methodology will provide the most cost-effective approach to ensuring reliable operation of electronic loads within a facility. As shown in Figure 35.0-1, grounding represents the foundation to any power quality solution without it, other mitigating equipment will not function properly. Surge protection is the next stage in the pyramid due to its low overall cost to facility-wide protection. Sag correction or voltage regulation, harmonic lters and other solutions can be employed where additional reliability is necessary. Figure 35.0-1. The Power Quality Pyramid

CPS

Clipper Power System (CPS): TVSS integrated & retrofit in MCCs, panelboards and switchboards.

Utility Service 12.47 kV

SRT /EVR

Motor Control Center

AFD PLC

Motor R Reflected W Wave Trap T

AEGIS AEGIS

Surge Protection

The AEGIS family of AEGIS surge filters: Provides protection for PLCs for critical loads. RWT Reflected Wave Trap (RWT): Motor protection against reflected wave spikes.

480V Motor AC Power Service Entrance S R T R T /EVR CPS Motor Production Floor SRT /EVR Welder

Small hp Motors Electronic AEGIS AEGIS Load .................... Datacom

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DATACOM family of surge suppressors: For all telephone and data communication lines.

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Sag Ride Through (SRT) corrects voltage sags. Electronic Voltage Regulator (EVR) corrects voltage regulation (brownout) problems.

AEGIS Telephone & .................... PBX Datacom Data Service .................... (Telephone Entrance Switch) Note: All incoming data, telephone, 4-20 mA, and signal lines require protection.

Office Panel Copier PC Printers Server CPS Lamp Fax Work Station

The above illustration identifies possible locations for: Voltage sag correction or regulation solutions (power conditioners). AC surge protection. Telephone, cable and data line surge protection. Motor protection from reflective wave spikes. Eaton's Cutler-Hammer business offers the most comprehensive and effective facility-wide, power quality solutions.

Figure 35.0-2. Surge Protection & Power Conditioning Applications (Commercial/Industrial Facility)

These products can be applied either at the service entrance or branch location.

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Surge Protection Other Application and Technical Information
Please contact your Cutler-Hammer Sales Engineer for copies of the following surge protection/power quality information not contained in this catalog:
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The Problem Voltage Transients and High Frequency Noise


The quality of power feeding sensitive electronic loads is critical to the reliable operation of any facility. In modern ofces, hospitals and manufacturing facilities, the most frequent causes of microprocessor-based equipment downtime and damage are voltage transients and electrical noise. Electrical loads and sensitive microprocessor-based equipment are highly susceptible to both high and low energy transients.

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High Energy Transients


Sources of high energy transients include lightning induced surges, power company switching and short circuits. These high energy transients can destroy components instantly.
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Low Energy Transients and High Frequency Noise


More frequently the electrical system experiences low energy transients and high frequency noise that originate from the basic nature of AC current. Continuous or momentary surge sources from 250 to 3000 volts can be present from the operation or switching of electric motors, air conditioner compressors, or other inductive loads. The effects of continual low energy transients and high frequency noise can cause erratic equipment performance or sudden failure of electronic circuit board components.

Technotes on surge protection. Surge Protection Market Segment Application Matrix. Questions and Answers Surge Protective Devices. Independent Test Reports on the CPS System. Installation manuals. Technical Specications on Dataline Protectors (communications, telephone lines). Sales literature. Video Benets of Integrated Surge Protection. International surge products. Typical specications for AEGIS, CHSP, RWT and other products. Telecommunication and Wireless Base Station Protection Manual. TC Telecommunication Power System. Surge strip product information. Lightning Response Investigation and Power Quality Audit. IEEE C62.41 (1991): Guide to Surge Voltages in Low Voltage AC Power Circuits. IEEE C62.45 (1992): Guide to Surge Testing. IEEE Emerald Book (ANSI/IEEE Standard 1100). UL 1449: Underwriters Laboratories Standard for TVSS Devices. CSA: Canadian Safety Standards. NFPA: National Fire Protection Association. IEC 1024-1: Protection of Structures Against Lightning. IEC 1312-3: Protection Against Electromagnetic Impulse. NEMA LS-1: National Equipment Manufacturers Association.

Specifying the Right Ratings for Surge Suppressors. IEEE White Paper on Facility Wide Surge Protection. When Lightning Strikes. New Life for Old (and New) Motors: the Reected Wave Trap. Panelboards Designed Specically for Wireless Telecommunication Sites. Summary of Applicable UL and IEEE Standards for Surge Protection Devices. Surge Current Per Phase (Industry Denition). Facility-Wide Surge Suppression. Debunking the Surge Current Myth, Why Excessive Surge Current Ratings are Not Required. Surge Arrestor vs. Surge Suppressor. SurgePlane The Foundation to Effective Surge Suppression. Benets of Hybrid Filtering in Surge Protection Devices. Why Silicon Avalanche Diodes are Not Recommended for AC Powerline Suppressors. New UL 1449 Safety Standard for Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors. Water Treatment Facility. Control Room. Alarm Systems. Intercom Systems. Control Systems. Isolated Loop Circuit Protector. Secondary Protectors. Data Line Correct Application. The Ground Window Concept. Instrumentation and Signal Lines.

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The Solution
Note: Surge Protective Devices (SPD) are also called TVSS or Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors.

Eaton Corporation has an extensive family of surge protection products for any facility or application. Using our products will ensure that the quality of power required to maximize productivity in todays competitive environment will be supplied in the most reliable, safe and cost-effective manner. The Cutler-Hammer business has developed specic surge protection solutions for commercial, industrial, institutional, telecommunication, military, medical and residential applications both for U.S. and international applications.

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Voltage Sags/Regulation & Power Conditioning


The Problem
Voltage Sags and Brownouts
The ability of a plant to ride through voltage sags can have a signicant impact on operations and competitiveness. In the United States, voltage sags cost billions of dollars in lost production, interruption, damaged materials, retooling and scrap. In addition, sags can cause: increased operating costs, the need for product reworks, safety hazards, equipment damage and/or failure, reduced product quality, increased clean-up, additional labor costs, increased scrap material and costs associated with investigations into the problem.

Denition of Voltage Sag


A voltage sag is a sudden, momentary decrease in supply voltage. It can last from a cycle to several seconds. Voltage sags are most often caused by faults on the electrical transmission or distribution system. They can be caused by lightning strikes, animal contact, starting of large motors or an internal fault within a customers facility. Depending on the proximity to the fault, which can be hundreds of miles away, the voltage during the sag is typically 40% to 90% of nominal utility voltage. The operation of circuit breakers, fuses and reclosers limits most sags to less than 15 cycles. Voltage sags are experienced 10 to 20 times more frequently than complete outages. However, voltage sags are equally disruptive to sensitive equipment.

Regularity of Voltage Sags


EPRI conducted a two-year study of power quality levels on distribution systems in the United States. A variation event was recorded every time the voltage dropped below 90% of the nominal. The results are shown in the graph below (Figure 35.0-5). A typical distribution system customer experiences about 50 events per year, when the voltage drops below 90%, and only about two events per year when the voltage drops below 30% of nominal. The utility study concluded that sags represented almost all of the events experienced at a typical facility.

Brownouts
In the United States, most facilities have sufcient voltage regulation. However, in some U.S. locations and many developing countries, regulation problems occur because of overstressed utility distribution systems.

Figure 35.0-3. Deep, Single-Phase Sag Todays industrial and large commercial electricity customers are becoming more sensitive to power disturbances and are demanding better electric quality. However, the quality of power grids is not signicantly improving. Customers still experience power quality problems that affect plant operations and protability. Figure 35.0-4. Voltage Sags Figure 35.0-5. Events per Year

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Duration of Disturbances in Cycles and Second(s) on a 60 Hz Basis

Figure 35.0-6. ITIC Curve Voltage Tolerance Envelope In some cases, due to the excessive demand on the utility system, voltage may be below 10% of nominal (-10%) during the day. This condition is called a voltage regulation or brownout. Customers may notice dim lights and reduced power. During the evening, voltage may rise above 10% of nominal (+10%) because large facilities and loads are shut down. This shutdown reduces the power demand on the grid and results in a voltage increase. The IEEE denes voltage regulation as overvoltage or undervoltage. Voltage regulation events last from a few minutes to many hours with voltage varying by +/- 20%. Long-term regulation problems differ from short duration sags and dips, which are much deeper voltage drops. For facilities or processes that require high operating reliability, a Sag Correction Device will likely be required to correct deep voltage sags. These random events occur on average 50 times per year at a facility due to faults in the utility system. The solution would be a Sag Ride Through (SRT) unit. To obtain additional product information and specications on the Sag Ride Through and Electronic Voltage Regulator, contact the Cutler-Hammer business.

The Solution
Prior to installing an expensive solution, Eaton Corporations CutlerHammer business encourages customers to monitor incoming voltage to determine if voltage regulation is a problem. The local utility may also be able to provide information on voltage expected at the facility. Using a meter, it can quickly be determined if a voltage regulation problem or brownout condition exists. The appropriate solution would be an Electronic Voltage Regulator (EVR). EVRs can be installed at the service entrance, branch panel or at critical loads.

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An Industry Breakthrough
208Y/120V Panelboard Let-Through Voltage at Bus Bar

Eatons Cutler-Hammer business was the rst to introduce the direct bus bar connect SPD that provides customers with the lowest system let-through voltage at the bus bar when compared to traditional cable connected surge protectors. By utilizing a direct bus bar connection the Clipper Power System Visor Series achieves the industrys lowest let-through voltage effectively suppressing both high and low energy transient events providing protection for all connected electronic loads. This design provides superior suppression ratings and eliminates poor performance that results from cable connections and/or long lead lengths.

800 Based on IEEE C62.41 (1991) Combination Wave Form Category B3/C1 (6000V, 3000A; 8x20 s) using #10 AWG wire.

Cable Connected TVSS (14-Inch Cable Lead Length to Bus Bar)

400 Integrated Clipper Power System

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Figure 35.1-1. 120V/208Y Panelboard

Other Products
Other surge suppressor manufacturers measurements are made at the SPD module or the suppressors terminals, not at the electrical distribution equipments bus bar. The distance between module or suppressor terminals and the distribution equipment bus bar is often 14 inches (355.6 mm) or more. The impedance associated with cabling required to connect the surge suppressor to the electrical distribution equipment (also referred to as lead length) signicantly effects the overall performance of the surge suppressor and results in an increase in let-through voltage.

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1. Visor Series Hybrid Surge Filter. 2. Direct Bus Bar Connection. 3. Visor Monitor Diagnostic System. 4. Integral Molded Case Switch Disconnect.

Freedom 2100 or Advantage MCC Buckets with integrated CPS120 for retrot and new installations.

Pow-R-Line 3a Panelboard with integrated CPS120 and direct bus bar connection. Visor can also be integrated into Pow-RLine 1a and 2a Panelboards. Disconnect option also available.

Pow-R-Line C Distribution Switchboard with integrated CPS250 and direct bus bar connection, and standard model case switch for disconnect means.

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Features, Functions and Benets


Standard Features
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200 kAIC internal fusing system. Thermo-Dynamic Fusing System. s Standard NEMA 1/3R enclosure. s AdVisor monitoring package, which is loaded with features. An audible alarm with reset button, Form C dry contacts and phase operating status lights. s Remote mountable display panel.
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Optional Features
SuperVisor and NetVisor monitoring packages. s Different enclosure packages. s For OEM packages, contact factory.
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Industry Leadership
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Visor Series Retrot and Integrated Versions

General Description
Eatons Cutler-Hammer leading-edge surge suppression system for retrot applications offers the widest variety of surge current rating, monitoring features, and enclosure options. The Visor Series is the most up to date and respected line of surge protection devices in the industry due to its exceptional technology and performance. With over two decades of experience in the surge suppression industry and extensive R & D initiatives, the Cutler-Hammer business is considered a world leader in surge protective device (SPD) manufacturing.

Applications
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The Visor can be integrated into Switchboards, Switchgear, Motor Control Centers, Panelboards and Busway. The Visor can also be externally mounted to existing distribution equipment. Standard NEMA 1/3R retrot enclosure. NEMA 4X and NEMA 12 enclosure available as an option. Enclosures with disconnect switch available as an option. The Visor is available from 100 to 500 kA/phase units.

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The Visor is an intelligent surge suppression device that offers advanced monitoring options. It offers improved safety and reliability from a new patent pending technology ThermoDynamic Fusing. Independently tested by lightning laboratories to ensure performance, long-term reliability, and quality standards are met. Installation exibility for all low voltage distribution equipment. Worldwide customer, engineering, and application support.

Application Flexibility
100, 120, 160, 200, 250, 300, 400 and 500 kA/phase ratings are available. s All units utilize our low impedance SurgePlane suppression platform to ensure surge currents are equally diverted to all suppression components, therefore extending life expectancy.
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When installing a surge suppressor in a retrot environment, it is important to mount the suppressor as close to the electrical equipment as possible. Keep the wiring (lead length) between the electrical equipment and the suppressor as short as possible, and twist or wire tie the conductors to reduce inductive effects. Installation lead length reduces the performance of any surge suppressor. For each inch of wiring (installation lead length), add 15 to 25 volts to the surge suppressors published let-through value (e.g., suppressor let-through at 400V and installation of 3 feet (.9 m) of cable = 1000V installed rating).

Remote Mounting Kits


The monitoring display panel can be remotely mounted on the Visor using either ribbon cables or DB15 connector cable. Both optional kits can be ordered separately. Cable supplied in the kits comes in different lengths. Refer to Table 35.1-1. Table 35.1-1. Remote Mounting Kits
Style Number TBA TBA TBA

Neutral

Copper Surge Planes

Type Ribbon cable DB15 cable 4 ft. (1.2 m) DB15 cable 8 ft. (2.4 m)

Figure 35.1-2. SurgePlane Technology

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Comprehensive Diagnostics
Maintenance-free surge suppression. (No external test set or routine maintenance required.) s The NetVisor, our premium display, allows you to monitor your surge protective device from across the plant or across the world. s All monitoring display panels are completely removable and can be installed horizontally or vertically, offering four mounting positions. s AdVisor and SuperVisor monitoring display panels are completely removable and can be installed horizontally or vertically, offering four mounting positions.
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Our patent pending ThermoDynamic Fusing System provides both safety and performance. This technology uses a fuse trace on each individual metal oxide varistor (MOV) that can sustain high surge currents and provide the necessary interruption of high fault currents (kAIC). s Thermo-Dynamic Fusing System also includes a thermal fuse spring (TFS) that provides the needed disconnection from low level fault currents.

Standards and Certications


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Components of the Thermo-Dynamic Fusing System Visor Monitoring Options

All Clipper units have been tested by UL and meet the requirements under UL 1449 2nd Edition for surge suppression devices. All Clipper units have been tested as per NEMA LS-1 and ANSI/IEEE C62.45. Category A3 Ringwave (6 kV open circuit, 200A short circuit current at 100 kHz). Category B3 Ringwave (6 kV open circuit, 500A short circuit current at 100 kHz). Category C1 Combination Wave (6 kV 1.2/50us open circuits, 3 kA 8/20us short circuit current). Category C3 Combination Wave (20 kV 1.2/50us open circuits, 10 kA 8/20us short circuit current). UL 1020 (standard for safety for thermal cutoffs for use in electrical appliances and components). UL 1283 listed for EMI/RFI noise attenuation ltering (50 db at 100 kHz). CSA C22.2.

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Table 35.1-2. Visor Series
Description AdVisor SuperVisor NetVisor

Diagnostics Package
Status Indicator Lights Red/Green Form C Contacts Audible Alarm with Reset Button Transient Counter Push-to-Test Button Power Consumption in Watts Remote Mounting Kits Ribbon Cable DB15 Cable PQ Meter Adjustable Set Points Non-Volatile Memory Web Enabled Date Stamped Communication Port Modbus and Ethernet Communication Speed (10Base-T) Temperature Storage Operating Humidity (Relative) = 5% 95% Remote Mountable Display Dimensions (4.2-inch W x 4.2-inch H x 0.4-inch D) (106.7 x 106.7 x 10.2 mm)    $ $ 0.5W   $ $ $ $ $ -40 C to +60 C -40 C to +60 C         1.2W    $  $ $ -40 C to +60 C -20 C to +60 C         3.0W           -40 C to +60 C -20 C to +60 C   

Power Quality (PQ) Metering


% Life Remaining % THD (Voltage) Event Storage (9999 Events) LCD (2 x 16) Event Capture Sag Counter   Counter: s -10% System Voltage s 23 Cycles s Fixed Set Points Counter: s +10% System Voltage s One Cycle s Fixed Set Points Counter: s Zero Voltage s 2 Cycles s Fixed Set Points Counter: s Sensitivity Minimum 104 s 8x20 vs. Waveform   $ 5% 8 bit     Meter: s User Dened Set Points for Voltage Trigger s 1 Cycle Meter: s User Dened Set Points for Voltage Trigger s 1 Cycle Meter: s >10% System Voltage s 1 Cycle s Fixed Set Point Meter: s Sensitivity Minimum 104 s 8x20 vs. Waveform    5% 8 bit

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Surge Counter

Voltage Meter LL NG Accuracy Resolution

Note:  = Yes $ = No = Not Applicable

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A Facility-Wide Protection Approach Should be Employed to Address Power Quality Issues


Why Coordinated (Cascaded) Facility-Wide Protection? As recommended in the IEEE Emerald Book, a cascaded or staged protection
approach should be employed to reduce external/internal impulse waveforms to harmless levels. An SPD lter should be installed at the main service entrance and key distribution or branch panelboards to eliminate ringing and impulse disturbances as well as high frequency EMI/RFI noise. All Visor units are coordinated to work on a system basis. Visor units installed at each level in the system work together to isolate and remove external/internal generated disturbances, creating superior facility-wide performance and reliability. Integrated Visor units are available in switchboards, switchgear, panelboards, MCCs, automatic transfer switches, and retrot.

Incoming LV Substation

LV Busway

SPD Bus Plug CPS120

Service Entrance Switchgear or Switchgear CPS250

Switchboard CPS120

Benets of Visor Series Facility-Wide Protection


High amplitude lightning impulses reduced to negligible levels. s The industrys lowest system let-through voltage (under 200 volts using ANSI/IEEE Category C3 Combination Waveform 20 kV, 3 kA). s The electrical distributions noise attenuation is signicantly enhanced.
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Motor Control Center CPS120

Panelboard CPS100

Clipper Power System Visor Series

The coordinated design ensures effective current sharing between main and branch SPD devices.

Figure 35.1-3. Cascaded Performance

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Let-Through Voltage (V)

High Energy Transient Disturbance Input at Main Panel IEEE Category C3 Impulse (Combination) Waveform, 20,000V, 10,000A 10,000 800 400 0 25S Time (Microseconds) 50S Best Achievable Performance with Single TVSS at 480 Volt Main Panel (Stage 1) Two Stage use of CPSs (Cascade Approach) Achieves Best Possible Surge Protection (Stage 2)

Stage 1 Protection (Service Entrance) CPS250 Recommended

Computer Sensitive Loads Stage 2 Protection (Branch Entrance) CPS200 Recommended

System Test Parameters: IEEE C62.41 and C62.45 test procedures using C3 impulse 480V main entrance panels; 100 feet (30 m) of 3-phase wire; 480V/208V distribution transformer; and 120V/208V branch Clipper Power System Visor Series

Figure 35.1-4. IEEE Emerald Book Recommends a Cascaded (or Two-Stage) Approach

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Table 35.1-3. Service Entrance Applications


Switchboard Switchgear Motor Control Centers

Features:
s The Visor can be integrated into any

Features:
s Available on all switchgear designs. s Disconnect switch is a standard feature. s Unique design minimizes installation

Features:
s Ideal protection for PLCs, sensors, drives,

switchboard. s Speciers have the exibility to install the Visor in any location within the switchboard. impedance. s Disconnect switch is a standard feature. s CPS250 ideal for critical industrial switchgear applications. s Unique design minimizes installation impedance.

electronic starters, or other digital equipment.


s Visor is designed to t in Freedom 2100 and

Advantage MCCs in a standard (2X) size 12-inch (304.8 mm) compartment. s May be used in new/aftermarket applications. s Ideal for water treatment, petrochemical and other industrial applications.

Safety Standards:
s UL 891 (Switchboard) s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

Safety Standards:
s UL 1558 (Switchgear) s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

Safety Standards:
s UL 845 (MCC) s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

Panelboards

Busway

Retrot

Features:
s The Visor is used extensively on branch panelboards for computer rooms, laboratories, schools, hospitals, and industrial applications. s 200% rated neutral is provided for non-linear loads. s Cost-effective branch protection (assumes main panel protection employed).

Features:
s Ideal for busway fed distribution systems. s Easy to install Visor units, t in standard bus plug assembly. s Full diagnostic and monitoring capabilities. s Isolates critical busway sections from nearby disturbance producing loads. s Designed for new and existing facilities. s Integral disconnect.

Features:
s TVSS Filters can be externally mounted to existing distribution equipment. s Standard NEMA 12 enclosures. s Requires eld installation. s Visor Retrot 100 to 500 kA/phase units. s Clipper VL 50, 80 and 100 kA/phase units.

Safety Standards:
s UL 67 (Panelboards) s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

Safety Standards:
s UL 857 (Busway) s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

Safety Standards:
s UL 1449 2nd Edition (Surge Suppressor) s UL 1283 (EMI/RFI Filter) s CSA C22.2 Certied (Suppressor)

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Retrot Installation Recommendations to Reduce Let-Through Voltage


When installing a surge suppressor in a retrot environment, it is important to mount the suppressor as close to the electrical equipment as possible, keep the wiring (lead length) between the electrical equipment and the suppressor as short as possible [less than 14 inches (355.6 mm) is recommended], and twist/wire tie the conductors to reduce inductive effects. As shown in Figure 35.1-5 below, installation lead length reduces the performance of any surge suppressor. For each inch of wiring (installation lead length), add 15 to 25 volts to the surge suppressors published let-through value (e.g., suppressor let-through at 400V and installation of 3 feet (.9 m) of cable = 1000V installed rating).
Visor Series Retrot

Retrot Installation Recommendations

Additional Let-Through Voltage (Additional to device Let Through)

1000 900

209V (23%)
800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

Wire Size 14 AWG 10 AWG 4 AWG 673V (75%)

3 ft (.9 m) Lead Length Loose Wiring Twisted Wires Installation Criteria Order of Importance: 1) Lead Length 75% reduction 2) Twisting Wires 23% reduction 3) Larger Wire minimal reduction

1 ft (.3 m) Lead Length Twisted Wires

Figure 35.1-5. Let-Through Graph

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Visor Series Ordering Guidelines


Table 35.1-4. Retrot

CPS 100 480Y S K


Surge Ratings 100 120 160 200 250 300 400 500 = = = = = = = = 100 kA/phase 120 kA/phase 160 kA/phase 200 kA/phase 250 kA/phase 300 kA/phase 400 kA/phase 500 kA/phase Diagnostics Packages A = AdVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable. S = SuperVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable, Transient Counter, Push-to-Test, PQ Meter (no date stamp). N = NetVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable, Transient Counter, Push-to-Test, PQ Meter (date stamp), Modbus and Ethernet Communication Port, % Life Remaining, % Voltage THD. Voltage Code 120/208 127/220 240V 220Y 240S 240H 208Y 240D Enclosure Cross Reference K = Standard (NEMA 1, 3R) L = Flushmount (NEMA 1) M = Standard (NEMA 1, 3R) c/w Disconnect Switch N = NEMA 4X O = NEMA 4X c/w Disconnect Switch P = NEMA 12 Q = NEMA 12 c/w Disconnect Switch

230/400 400V 400Y

277/480 480V 480Y 480D

347/600 600V 600Y 600D

220/127 Three-Phase Wye (4W+G) (Mexico) 120/240 Single Split Phase (3W+G) Three-Phase Delta High Leg (4W+G) Three-Phase Wye (4W+G) Three-Phase Delta (3W+G)

Table 35.1-5. Integrated

CPS 100 480Y S C


Surge Ratings 100 120 160 200 250 300 400 500 = = = = = = = = 100 kA/phase 120 kA/phase 160 kA/phase 200 kA/phase 250 kA/phase 300 kA/phase 400 kA/phase 500 kA/phase Diagnostics Packages A = AdVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable. S = SuperVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable, Transient Counter, Push-to-Test, PQ Meter (no date stamp). N = NetVisor c/w Status indicator lights on each phase, Form C, Audible Alarm Enable/Disable, Transient Counter, Push-to-Test, PQ Meter (date stamp), Modbus and Ethernet Communication Port, % Life Remaining, % Voltage THD. Voltage Code 120/208 127/220 240V 220Y 240S 240H 208Y 240D 230/400 400V 400Y 277/480 480V 480Y 480D 347/600 600V 600Y 600D A B Enclosure Cross Reference = Panelboards (PRL1A, 2A, 3A, 4) = Remote Monitor Display (PRL4, Switchgear, Busway) C = MCC Version D J = Warranty Versions, Consult Factory.

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220/127 Three-Phase Wye (4W+G) (Mexico) 120/240 Single Split Phase (3W+G) Three-Phase Delta High Leg (4W+G) Three-Phase Wye (4W+G) Three-Phase Delta (3W+G)

Valid for 220/415 and 240/415 per IEC standards.

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Standard Dimensions Retrot Only


15.0 (381)

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

20.0 (508)

16.0 (406)

22.0 (559)

18.0 (457)

3.9 (98)

17.0 (432)

3.9 (98)

Figure 35.1-6. NEMA 1 Flushmount up to 200 kA (480V or Less)

Figure 35.1-8. NEMA 1 Flushmount 250 kA and up (480V or Less/600V, 100 kA 500 kA)

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

16.0 (406)

18.0 (457)

11.0 (279)

3.9 (98)

13.0 (330)

3.9 (98)

Figure 35.1-7. NEMA 1/3R up to 200 kA (480V or Less)

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Figure 35.1-9. NEMA 1/3R 250 kA and up (480V or Less/600V, 100 kA 500 kA)

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Standard Dimensions Retrot Only (Continued)

8.6 (219)

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

18.0 (457)

21.9 (556)

16.0 (406)

18.0 (457)

10.4 (264)

Figure 35.1-10. NEMA 4X up to 500 kA (All Voltages)

Figure 35.1-12. NEMA 4X c/w Disconnect Switch (Up to 500 kA/All Voltages)

CLIPPER POWER SYSTEM

22.6 (575)

14.1 (359)

5.2 (132)

Figure 35.1-11. NEMA 1/3R c/w Disconnect Switch (Up to 500 kA/All Voltages)

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Table 35.1-6. Eatons Cutler-Hammer Clipper Power System Visor Series Specications Guide for applying the appropriate surge suppressor based upon life expectancy and performance.
CPS Models Surge Current Per Phase Surge Current Mode L-N (Line-to-Neutral) L-G (Line-to-Ground) N-G (Neutral-to-Ground) L-L (Line-to-Line, Delta, and Ungrounded Applications Only) Single Pulse Surge Current Test Based on IEEE C62.41 8x20 microsecond waveform Modes of Protection 3-Phase Wye System 3-Phase Delta System Filter Attenuation (Based on MIL-STD-220A) at 100 kHz Surge Withstand Capabilities ANSI/IEEE C3 Wave (10 kA) Thermo-Dynamic Fusing System Overcurrent Protection (Thermal Fuse Spring) 200 kAIC Individual Fused MOVs Monitoring Display Options SuperVisor (Standard) AdVisor NetVisor Direct Bus Bar Connection Warranty Clipper Power System Visor Series

CPS100 100 kA 50 kA 50 kA 50 kA 50 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 8,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS120 120 kA 60 kA 60 kA 60 kA 60 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 9,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS160 160 kA 80 kA 80 kA 80 kA 80 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 10,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS200 200 kA 100 kA 100 kA 100 kA 100 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 11,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS250 250 kA 125 kA 125 kA 125 kA 125 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 12,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS300 300 kA 150 kA 150 kA 150 kA 150 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 13,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS400 400 kA 200 kA 200 kA 200 kA 200 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 14,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS500 500 kA 250 kA 250 kA 250 kA 250 kA Yes All 7 6 50 dB 15,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Yes 10 Years

CPS250 recommend for service entrance. CPS120 recommended for branch locations using IEEE recommended cascade approach. Optional sizes to meet competitive specications. All CPS have been independently tested to verify all suppressor components can survive published surge current ratings. Test documents are available upon request.

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Exceptional Let-Through Performance


Let-through voltage is the key performance measure for a suppression device. NEMA LS 1-1992 and ANSI/ IEEE C62.41 and 45 recommend testing TVSS devices using high energy combination waveforms (i.e., Category C3 and C1) and internally generated ringwave surges (i.e., Category B3). Eatons Cutler-Hammer Visor design offers superior performance on all ANSI/IEEE recommended waveforms because of our unique low impedance 3D SurgePlane, matched MOVs on each mode and phase, tuned suppression lter, and high quality construction/manufacturing process.

12,000 10,000 Cat. C3 (20 kV, 10 kA) Impulse Surge Voltage (V) Surge Current (A) 8,000 6,000 Cat. C1 (6 kV, 3 kA) Impulse 4,000 2,000 0 0 10 20 30

8,000 6,000

Cat. B3 (6 kV, 100 kHz) Ringwave


4,000 2,000 0 -2,000 -4,000 -10

Time (Microseconds)

0 10 Time (Microseconds)

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Figure 35.1-13. IEEE C62.41 Test Waveforms Table 35.1-7. Visor Series Let-Through Ratings
Operating System Voltage Wye System L-G 700 1200 1500 400 800 1000 400 800 1000 L-N 600 900 1800 400 800 1000 400 800 1000 N-G 800 1200 2000 450 900 1300 400 800 1000 L-L 1000 800 2500 680 1600 2000 800 1500 2000 Delta System L-G 1000 1800 2500 800 1500 2000 800 1500 2000 L-L 1000 1800 2500 800 1500 2000 800 1500 2000

ANSI/IEEE Category C3 Combination Wave (20 kV, 10 kA) 8 x 20 s


120/240V; 208Y/120V; 240V Delta 480Y/277V; 480V Delta 600Y/347V; 600V Delta

ANSI/IEEE Category C1 Combination Wave (6 kV, 3 kA) 8 x 20 s


120/240V; 208Y/120V; 240V Delta 480Y/277V; 480V Delta 600Y/347V; 600V Delta

UL 1449 2nd Edition (6 kV, 500 Ampere)


120/240V; 208Y/120V; 240V Delta 480Y/277V; 480V Delta 600Y/347V; 600V Delta

Indicates dynamic test method.

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Panel Mounted Surge Protection Device Commercial and Light Industrial Applications
Surge Current Per Phase
s s

Monitoring and Diagnostics


No external test set or routine maintenance costs are required. s Status indicator lights to monitor supply power, surge suppression component status and fusing. s Individually fused surge suppression components. s Can be remotely monitored using Form C contacts c/w Audible Alarm.
s

Clipper VL

Eatons Cutler-Hammer Clipper VL is a commercial grade and light industrial Surge Protection Device (SPD) that combines surge suppression components and EMI/RFI ltering to provide effective protection for sensitive electronic loads. Surges (also known as transients) due to lightning, utility grid switching, switching of external/internal inductive or capacitive loads and other sources travel on power line conductors throughout the electrical distribution system that cause system operating problems and equipment downtime. Three surge current ratings are available to meet a variety of applications the CVL050 (50 kA/phase), CVL080 (80 kA/phase) and CVL100 (100 kA/ phase).

50, 80 and 100 kA. Independently tested at lightning laboratories to verify published surge current ratings. SurgePlane technology to ensure reliability and performance by using a low impedance copper platform. All Clipper VL units have been tested per NEMA LS-1 and ANSI/ IEEE recommended high energy impulses (Category C3, 20 kV, 10 kA), and internally generated ringwave surges (Category B3, 6 kV, 500A, at 100 kHz). UL 1449 2nd Edition listed, UL 1283 listed, CSA approved, CE marked. The UL listed lter protects against ringing transients and EMI/RFI noise disturbances. The tuned suppression lter achieves 0 40 dB attenuation at 100 kHz (IEEE Category B3 Ringwave).

Enclosure
NEMA 1 surface mounting is standard. s NEMA 3R outdoor enclosure is an option.
s

EMI/RFI Filter
s

Table 35.1-8. Specications


CVL Surge Current Per Phase Surge Current Per Mode Let-Through Voltage Rating IEEE Category C3 Combination Wave (20 kV, 10 kA) IEEE Category C1 Combination Wave (6 kV, 3 kA) IEEE Category B3 Ringwave (6 kV, 500A, 100 kHz) UL 1449 2nd Edition (6 kV, 500 ampere) (L-N mode: 120/208V) Filter Attenuation (MIL-STD-220A at 100 kHz) Multiple Surge Withstand Possibilities (IEEE C3 Wave 20 kV, 10 kA) Circuit Construction UL 1449 2nd edition, UL 1283 Listed, CSA Approved, CE Marked Enclosure NEMA 1 NEMA 3R Warranty

CVL50 50 kA 25 kA 655V 440V 380V 500V 40 dB >1500

CVL80 80 kA 40 kA 655V 440V 380V 500V 40 dB >1500

CVL100 100 kA 50 kA 655V 440V 380V 500V 40 dB >1500

Service Ratings
120/240V AC (1-phase 3-wire + ground). s 208Y/120, 480Y/277, 600Y/347V AC (3-phase 4-wire + ground). s 240, 480, 600V AC (3-phase 3-wire delta).
s

SurgePlane SurgePlane SurgePlane Yes Yes Yes

Standard Optional 10 Years

Standard Optional 10 Years

Standard Optional 10 Years

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Table 35.1-9. Clipper VL Catalog Ordering Information

Dimensions

CVL
Surge Rating 050 = 50 kA/phase 080 = 80 kA/phase 100 = 100 kA/phase

CH
Voltage Code See Table Below

BD
Enclosure RSX = Standard Retrofit R3R = Outdoor

Figure 35.1-14 shows dimensions for standard Clipper VL suppressor. Contact factory for dimensions using ushmount or 3R enclosures.
2.60 (66.0)

.40 (10.2)

2.60 (66.0)

Table 35.1-10. Voltage Code


Nominal Voltages Voltage Code 120/208 240V 240S 208Y 240D 230/400 400V 400Y 400D 277/480 480V 480Y 480D 347/600 600V 600Y 600D 10.75 (273.1) R .10 (2.5) 4 PLS. 11.55 (293.4) 10.00 (254.0)

120/240 Single Split Phase (3W plus G) Three-Phase Wye (4W plus G) Three-Phase Delta (3W plus G)

Use these codes to complete the model number. Valid for 220/380 and 240/415 per IEC standards. 1.25 (31.8) 5.00 (127.0)

Note: Contact factory for single-pole (2-wire plus ground) or for other congurations. Not suitable for resistive or underground wire systems. Refer to the Clipper Power System (CPS) for these applications.

Physical Specications
Temperature
-40C to 60C.

Dimensions in Inches (mm)


5.00 x 11.55 x 2.60 (127.0 x 293.4 x 66.0). Figure 35.1-14. CVL NEMA 1

Altitude
<13,000 feet (3,962 m).

Weight in Lbs. (kg)


3.5 (1.6).

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Cutler-Hammer Whole Home Surge Protector (CHSP)


Eatons Cutler-Hammer Whole Home Surge Protector is an externally mounted unit that provides industrial level surge protection in a residential design. The CHSP is available in four versions and provides protection for all residential electrical equipment. These units can be mounted to any manufacturers breaker panel either inside or outside.

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Figure 35.1-15. Cutler-Hammer Whole Home Surge Protection (CHSP) Residential Product Chart
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35.1-17

AEGIS Critical Load Protection Hybrid Series Surge Filters


Eatons Cutler-Hammer AEGIS solutions are specically designed to protect expensive electronics from the hazards that exist within a facility. This critical load protection is effective at reducing harmful surges and noise. Applying this high performance series powerline lter at your critical loads results in clean power entering the electronics and reduction of soft errors, operational malfunction, and damage to components.

Why Should Sensitive Electronic Loads be Protected?


PLC manufacturers and service technicians recommend the use of surge suppressors and lters to prevent downtime and equipment damage due to surges and electrical line noise. One study shows failure to protect sensitive electronic loads cost American manufacturing, commercial, and service industries over $39 billion per year in lost time and revenue. Preventing these losses is a major cost-saving opportunity.

A3 Ringwave (Line to Neutral) (6000V, 200A) Before


8000 6000 4000 Volts 2000 0 -2000 -4000 -6000 2 Microseconds/Division 400 300 200 100 0 -100 -200 -300 -400

After

Typical Applications
The AEGIS is the ideal protection solution for your critical loads and facilities.

AEGIS Powerline Filters Protect Against the Full Spectrum of Transient Disturbances
AEGIS lters the entire sine wave and is effective against both frequently occurring low energy and occasional high energy transients. High energy transients can create immediate damage, while low energy transients cause microprocessor failure over time. Cutler-Hammer products are designed in accordance with ANSI/IEEE C62.41 (1991) recommended spectrum of transient waveforms. The AEGIS protects against all ringwave and impulse disturbances.

Volts

2 Microseconds/Division

Loads:
s s s s s s s s s s

B3/C1 Combination (Impulse) Wave (6000V, 3000A) Before


7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 Volts 2000 1000 0 -1000 -2000 -3000

Programmable controllers (PLCs). Scanning devices. ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines). Cash registers. Alarm systems. Microprocessor-controlled OEM products. Robotics. CAD/CAM systems. Control equipment. Medical electronics and devices.
AEGIS (L, N, G version) 8V 8V 112V

Relay Contactors AEGIS Programmable Controls Miscellaneous Loads Motors


Volts

-4000 20 Microseconds/Division

Table 35.1-11. Let-Through Voltages (L-N)


Description Category A3 Ringwave (6000V, 200A) Category B3 Ringwave (6000V, 500A) Category B3/C1 Ringwave (6000V, 3000A)

After
700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 -100 -200 -300 -400 20 Microseconds/Division

Figure 35.1-16. Installation Diagram

Note: Based on ANSI/IEEE C62.41, 1991 and C62.45, 1992.

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Figure 35.1-17. IEEE C62.41 (1991) Test Waveforms

AEGIS-PR Plug-in Surge Filter for Loads up to 15 Amperes with RJ-11 Modem Protection AEGIS-HW Hardwired Surge Filter that Protects Critical Loads 3 to 20 Amperes

AEGIS+ Two Stage Filter for Loads up to 100 Amperes

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Table 35.1-12. Specications
Application Input Voltage, single-phase Amperage Frequency Protection Modes MCOV Noise Attenuation: Normal Mode: Common Mode: Filter Bandwidth Total Peak Surge Current Operating Temperature Response Time Options Agency Approvals AEGIS-HW 3-Wire Grounded Systems AEGIS-PR 2-Wire Ungrounded Systems

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AEGIS+ 1-, 2- and 3-Pole Systems 120, 208, 240, 400, 480, 600V; Wye, Delta and International Systems 20, 30, 50, 70, 100 Amps 50/60 Hz L-N, L-G, and N-G modes (Wye system); L-L and L-G (Delta system) 150, 320, 420V 65 dB at 100 kHz 40 dB from 60 kHz to 5 mHz 10 kHz to 50 mHz 40, 80 or 160 per phase -40C to +40C Less than 1 nanosecond Form C Relay Contacts; NEMA 3R/4X Container; Disconnect Switch; 40 kA or 160 kA CE, UL 1449, (20 to 70 amperes, up to 480V)

120, 220, 240V AC, single-phase 120, 220, 240V AC 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 Amps 50/60 Hz L-N, L-G, N-G 150, 320 75 dB at 100 kHz 50 dB at 5 mHz 10 kHz to 50 mHz 45.5 kA/phase -40C to +50C Less than 1 nanosecond Form C Relay Contacts UL 1449, UL 1283, CSA 15 Amps 50/60 Hz L-N, L-G, N-G 150, 275V 85 dB at 100 kHz 50 dB at 5 mHz 10 kHz to 50 mHz 39 kA/phase -40C to +50C Less than 1 nanosecond Hospital Grade Filter UL 1363, UL 1449, UL 1283, UL 497A, CSA

Table 35.1-13. AEGIS-HW (Hardwire Application) Catalog Numbering System

Enclosure/Container Size:

AGSHW CH
Voltage Code 120N 230L Current Capacity 3 5 10 15 20 Options S = Standard C = Form C Contact for Remote Monitor

Note: 230V applies to 220V and 240V applications.

AEGIS-HW (X Enclosure): 4.4 x 2.9 x 4.3-inch (111.8 x 73.7 x 109.2 mm) DIN-Rail/Flange Mounted

Table 35.1-14. AEGS-PR (Plug-in Receptacle) Catalog Numbering System

AGSPR CH
Voltage Code 120N 230L Current Capacity 15 Options HG = Hospital Grade Filter HW = Hardwire Unit XX = No Options

AEGIS-PR: 7.5 x 3.5 x 3.0-inch (190.5 x 88.9 x 76.2 mm) RJ-11 Receptacle

230L-HW only.

Note: 230V applies to 220V and 240V applications.

Table 35.1-15. AEGIS Catalog Numbering System

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AGS+CH
Voltage Code 120N 208Y 240S 230L 240D 400Y 480Y 480D 600Y 600D = = = = = = = = = = 120 (1-Phase, 2W+G) 120/208Y (3-Phase, 4W+G) 120/240 (1-Phase 3W+G) 230 (1-Phase, 2W+G) 240D (3-Phase, Delta 3W+G) 400Y/230 (3-Phase, 4W+G) 480Y/277 (3-Phase, 4W+G) 480D (3-Phase, Delta 3W+G) 600Y/347 (3-Phase, 4W+G) 600D (3-Phase, Delta 3W+G) Operating Current 20A 30A 50A 70A 100A Options (if Required) CXX = Form C Contacts (remote monitor) RSX = Standard NEMA1 R4X = NEMA 3R/4X Container RSD = Disconnect Switch (with NEMA 12 Container Surge Current Ratings/Phase 40 kA 80 kA 160 kA

AEGIS+: Single-Phase 10 x 4.5 x 5-inch (254.0 x 114.3 x 127.0 mm); Multiphase 15.0 x 10.0 x 6.5-inch (381.0 x 254.0 x 165.1 mm)

400/230 valid for 380/220 and 415/240 per IEC. Contact factory for resistive ground applications.

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General Description Reective Wave Trap (RWT) RWT Benets:
s Reflected Wave Without RWT 1100 900 700 500 300 100 -100 -300 -500 0 20 40 Microseconds 480V 5 hp Drive 1 hp Motor 550 Feet (168m) s s With RWT s s

35.1-19

VFD Motor Protection Against Reected Wave Spikes

Figure 35.1-18. Reective Wave Trap Peak Voltage

The Solution
Reected Wave Trap (RWT)

The Problem
Although Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) improve the efciency and operational control, many operators, engineers and system integrators report an increasing number of motor failures due to insulation failure caused by reective wave transients. Also known as dV/dT, this phenomenon occurs with long cable lengths between the IGBT (and BJT) drives and motors. With todays high speed drives, power cable and AC motor impedances are not matched. This causes signicantly higher voltage spikes at the motor terminals. It is common to have reective wave spikes over 1400 volts (greater than 2 p.u.) causing premature motor failure and costly production downtime. Per NEMA MG1 Part 30 and VDE 530, motors rated for 600V or less are designed to withstand a peak voltage of only 1000V. Existing solutions are not adequate for todays drive systems because they: Have high energy losses. Operate at very high temperatures (over 160C). s Are limited to 6 kHz or lower operating speeds. s Do not protect motors with leads over 600 feet (183 m).
s s

Cutler-Hammer Reected Wave Trap (RWT) is installed in parallel at the motor terminals to eliminate system overvoltage transients. Resulting from a major research and development initiative by the Eatons Cutler-Hammer business, the patented RWT is ideal for drive-motor systems operating at carrier frequencies ranging from 2 kHz to 12 kHz.

s s s s

Performance: eliminates reected wave transients that reduce motor failures and costly downtime. Faster: operates up to 12 kHz (compared to 2 to 6 kHz for other designs). Simplicity: universal solution meets all of your needs (sizing to motor horsepower is not required). Flexibility of operation: longer lead lengths between VFD and motor offers greater exibility. Safety: maximum surface temperature of 80C eliminates the possibility of serious burns. Easy to install: integral connection cable allows for easy installation and can be installed up to 20 feet (6 m) away from the motor terminals without sacricing performance. Matching of motor cable impedance is not required. No voltage drops that result in reducing motor torque. No maintenance. Meets Class 1, Division II requirements.

Adjustable Speed Drive R (L1) S (L2) T (L1) G/PE U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) G/PE

Reflected Wave Trap

R (L1) S (L2) T (L1) G/PE

Reflected Wave Trap

Indicator light

Fuses May Be Required

Figure 35.1-19. Installation Guidelines


Note: Install RWT less than 25 feet (8 m) from the motor.

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General Description Reected Wave Trap (RWT)
Table 35.1-16. Performance Capabilities
Drive Frequency Maximum Heatsink Temperature 480V Applications

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Table 35.1-18. Features and Specications


Features/Specications Technology Operating Voltage Drive Carrier Frequency Heat Dissipation Environment Ambient Temperature Storage Temperature Elevation Relative Humidity Physical Enclosures Dimensions Weight Mounting Approvals Capabilities Patented Zender Diode Trap 208 to 480 Volts 2 kHz to 12 kHz 90 Watts Minimum -40C to +40C -40C to +85C 0 to 10,000 Feet (3,000 m) 0 to 95% Non-condensing NEMA 1 or NEMA 4X Versions 14.0 x 6.5 x 3.25 Inches (355 x 165 x 80 mm) 23 Lbs (10.4 kg) Mounting Tabs Provided UL 508, CSA, CSA (NRTL)

2 kHz 90C

6 kHz 90C

12 kHz 90C

Maximum Cable Length (40C Ambient) Feet (m)


750 (230) 650 (200) 500 (150)

Cable lengths vary for different motor/ drive/loading parameters. Check installation and operating guide for recommended maximum drive/motor cable lengths.

The RWT should be used on all drive systems when the lead length between drives/motors exceeds 60 feet (18 m). One Size Fits All You no longer need to worry about sizing the motor protector to the type of drive system, manufacturer, horsepower rating, etc. Simply select the operating voltage and install the RWT to the motor terminals (less than 20 feet (6 m) away from the motor). Compared to reactor-based solutions, the RWT does not create voltage drops or torque reductions that affect drive system performance. The RWT is the most advanced solution for improving drive system reliability. Table 35.1-17. Ordering Guidelines
Application Enclosure NEMA 1 208V to 480V RWTCHR1 NEMA 4X RWTCHR4

480 Volt Drive Motor Lead Length (Feet) 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Drive Speed (kHz) 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

Competitor RWT (40 Ambient)

Figure 35.1-20. 480 Volt Drive: Reected Wave Protection Technology Comparison

250 Temperature (C) 216 200 150 100 50 0 90 65 Cutler-Hammer RWT NEMA 4X Enclosure Cutler-Hammer RWT NEMA 1 Enclosure Competitor (Motor Connected RC Protector)

Note: NEMA 4X Enclosure (Class 1, Division 2) T4 135C Groups A, B, C, D.

Figure 35.1-21. Reected Wave Solutions: Comparison of Heat Sink Temperatures

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The Problem
Lightning induced surges and other transient disturbances enter a facility by many different paths. Facilities and equipment are at risk without adequate surge protection on data/communication lines, such as:
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The Solution
Eatons Cutler-Hammer Datacom surge protection products are designed for all industries and applications. The wide range of products offer rugged surge protection in convenient, easy-to-install congurations. Exceptional performance is achieved using three-stage hybrid technology: Gas tubes for shunting high energy. Silicon avalanche components for responsive, low letthrough voltages. s PTC resettable fuses for mitigating fault current.
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Telephone lines feeding the telephone switch, fax machines or modems. Telephone extension lines between buildings (isolated loop). Data communication lines (i.e.: 4 20 mA signal). Security lines (video cameras, cables, remote sensors). Speakers and public address systems. Antenna cables.

Our modular design enables customers to protect complete facilities or individual loads. Customers also save signicant time and money due to our unique plug-in components and protection modules. Call the Cutler-Hammer business for the most complete approach to facility-wide protection.

Surge protection is required at the facility entrance and on incoming data communication lines subject to induced surges.

Datacom Applications Include:


Schools, water treatment plants, commercial buildings, agricultural facilities, industrial and manufacturing and OEM applications. Table 35.1-19. Datacom Applications
Products Model Description

Modular Protection for Multi-Pair Applications


DAMP25P-XXX 25 Pair Line Protector. Uses AMP-TYPE25 cabling to reduce installation hardware and labor costs. Three versions: Central Ofce (CO), Analog Extension (AE), or Digital Extension (DE). Telephone Protection Modules (1 pair). For PBX/KEY telephone systems. Mounted on standard M1-50 DMTEL-XXX punch-down block. Three versions: Central Ofce (CO), Digital Extension (DE), or Analog Extension (AE). Data and Control Isolated Loop Protector (1 pair). Mounted on M1-50 Block or DMP-XXX Industrial punch-down block (ordered separately). Intercom & Speaker Protection Module (1 pair). Mounted on M1-50 punch-down block. DMPB-XXX DCAT5 Category 5 Protection Module (1 pair). UL Certied to Category 5. Module mounts in DLANBLK (mounting assembly).

Hardwire Connected (1 or 2 Pair Protectors)


DHW2P-XXX Data, Communication, and Telephone Protector (2 pair). Three-stage hybrid technology with serial connector base (includes mounting connector). DHW2PSPK-XXX Speaker, Bell, and Strobe Protector (2 pair). Designed for alarm and security systems with up to 5 amperes operating current. DDIN-XXX DIN Rail Mountable Protector (1 pair). Three-stage hybrid technology. Mounts to a standard 1.4-inch (35.6 mm) industrial DIN rail. DPIPE-XXX 4 20 mA Protectors for Water Treatment Industry (1 pair). Units mounted in 3/4-inch (19.1 mm) stainless steel pipe nipple to survive severe environments. Can be ordered with/without shield.

Wiring Connectors DB9, DB25 & RJ11


DRS2329 DRS23225 RS232 Protector (9 pin) Plugs. In series with data cable at protected equipment (all pins protected). RS232 Protector (25 pin) Plugs. In series with data cable at protected equipment (protects pins 2-8 and 20; pin 1 is chassis ground). If long cable or outdoor runs are present, additional protectors recommended at building entry. RJ-11, RJ-14, RJ45 Protector. For telephone or data line applications using male RJ connectors. 8V, 15V, 30V CCTV, Data and Audio Protectors. BNC or F connectors available. CATV Protector. For cable TV and satellite systems using standard F connectors. Radio Communication Protector. For repeaters, duplex antennas and other radio type communication. Available in UHF or N connectors. M1-50, 25 pair punch block assembly for protection modules. Ground rail for DM1-50 Block (requirement for all protector modules). Standoff for DM1-50 Block to facilitate wiring and mounting. Category 5 mounting assembly designed to house up to 6 DCAT5 modules. Industrial mounting assembly (12 pair) for modules; applications requiring stranded pair (26 to 14 AWG wire) using compression screws (Wire too large for M1-50 Block). 25 pair industrial mounting assembly (26 to 14 AWG). Adapter for test kit.

DRJ11-XXX DRJ45-XXX

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Coaxial Cable Protection


DCXD-XXX DCXCAB-XXX DCXRF-XXX

Mounting Hardware
DMH150 DMHGR DMH89D DLANBLK DMHI12 DMHI25 DMTT

Mounting Hardware purchased separately (see above).

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Application and Model Number Guidelines
Table 35.1-20. Data Communications and Control
Cutler-Hammer Base Model Number Model Extension RS485; RS422; RS232 4 20 10 Base T; CAT5 RS423; Token mA E-Net 100 Ring; ARC Net Base T 020 232 2329 23225 036 036 036 0362 0362 030LC 5

Table 35.1-22. Alarm, Speaker, Intercom, Horn, Strobe


Cutler-Hammer Base Model Number Model Extension Alarm Horn, Strobe 24 Volt Intercom 70 Volt 24V Speaker Call-in Speaker 24V 12V 043 SPK CLN SP70

Multiple Pair Protection Modules (Telephone, Extension Lines, Alarms)


DAMP25P (25 pair) DMTEL (tel. lines) DMP (control lines) DMPB (speakers)

Multiple Pair Protection Modules (Telephone, Extension Lines, Alarms)


DAMP25P (25 pair) DMTEL (tel. lines) DMP (control lines) DMPB (speakers)

DCAT (Cat 5 module) DHW2P (2 pair) DPIPE (no shield) DPIPES (with shield) DHW2PSPK DRS (DB9) DRS (DB25) DRJ14 (RJ45; 2 pairs protected) DRJ45 (RJ45; 4 pairs protected) DCXD (CCTV) DCXCAB (cable) DCX (radio antenna)

Hardware Connected (1 or 2 Pair Protectors)


030LC 043 043 DDIN (DIN rail; 1 pair)

DCAT (Cat 5 module) DHW2P (2 pair) DPIPE (no shield) DPIPES (with shield) DHW2PSPK DRS (DB9) DRS (DB25) DRJ14 (RJ45; 2 pairs protected) DRJ45 (RJ45; 4 pairs protected) 008LC

Hardware Connected (1 or 2 Pair Protectors)


DDIN (DIN rail; 1 pair)

RJ-11, DB9, DB25 Connection

RJ-11, DB9, DB25 Connection

Coaxial Cable Protection


Coaxial Cable Protection


DCXD (CCTV) DCXCAB (cable) DCX (radio antenna)

Mounting hardware for all punch-down modules (M1-50 blocks, etc.).

Table 35.1-23. Coaxial Cable


Cutler-Hammer Base Model Number Model Extension CCTV Head End (closed circuit TV, cameras), 6V, BNC Connector CCTV Camera CATV End (Isolated Satellites ground Dish shield); 6V, BNC Connector 06BNCYI 145A Antenna UHF Connector

Mounting hardware for all punch-down modules (M1-50 blocks, etc.).

Table 35.1-21. Telephone Lines


Cutler-Hammer Base Model Number Model Extension POTS (standard tel. lines w/ring voltage) CO CO T A A T1, Digital Ext. Analog ISDN Lines Ext. Lines DE DE 060LC D D (48V), 8, 15, 30V AE AE T A A

Multiple Pair Protection Modules (Telephone, Extension Lines, Alarms)


DAMP25P (25 pair) DMTEL (tel. lines) DMP (control lines) DMPB (speakers) DCAT (Cat 5 module) DHW2P (2 pair) DDIN (DIN rail; 1 pair) DPIPE (no shield) DPIPES (with shield) DHW2PSPK DRS (DB9) DRS (DB25) DRJ14 (RJ45; 2 pairs protected) DRJ45 (RJ45; 4 pairs protected)

Multiple Pair Protection Modules (Telephone, Extension Lines, Alarms)


DAMP25P (25 pair) DMTEL (tel. lines) DMP (control lines) DMPB (speakers) RF, RFN

DCAT (Cat 5 module) DHW2P (2 pair) DPIPE (no shield) DPIPES (with shield) DHW2PSPK DRS (DB9) DRS (DB25) DRJ14 (RJ45; 2 pairs protected) DRJ45 (RJ45; 4 pairs protected) DCXD (CCTV) DCXCAB (cable) DCX (radio antenna)

Hardware Connected (1 or 2 Pair Protectors)

Hardware Connected (1 or 2 Pair Protectors)


06BNCY DDIN (DIN rail; 1 pair)

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RJ-11, DB9, DB25 Connection

RJ-11, DB9, DB25 Connection

Coaxial Cable Protection


DCXD (CCTV) DCXCAB (cable) DCX (radio antenna)

Coaxial Cable Protection


Mounting hardware for all punch-down modules (M1-50 blocks, etc.).

Add N if N connectors required. Mounting hardware for all punch-down modules (M1-50 blocks, etc.).

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