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© ABB SACE NEW IS2 control and operation enclosures for automation
© ABB SACE - 2 New IS2 enclosures for automation Strength – the strong point The range you need Kit version – an absolute novelty The only ones with IP65 Accessories for all applications Personalisation is splendid
© ABB SACE Flexibility of solutions Single pre-assembled columns (easy to handle, these allow optimisation of order management and of the space inside the workshop) Kit solutions (immediate availability, few parts in stock and allow great construction flexibility. They are assembled with low applied labour.) The level of flexibility the IS2 was born with allows us to manage three different composition levels of the product: Fully pre-assembled, in batteries as well, with any necessary drillings (this is the ready-to-use solution based on individual requirements) 3
© ABB SACE - 4 New IS2 enclosures for automation Ideal panel board special apparatus Where the new IS2 enclosures for automation are the most advanced to be found on the market today, ABBs automation apparatus is also a synonym of technological innovation. You can count on a wide and diversified offer of control and operating devices, d.c. contactor actuators with low consumption up to 40 A, electronic releases, pushbuttons and many, many other pieces of apparatus all guaranteed by the international know-how of one of the leaders in the electromechanical sector.
© ABB SACE - 5 References to Standards: IEC 50298, IEC Degree of protection: IP65 (IEC 60529) Degree of mechanical sturdiness: IK10 blind door, IK09 glazed door (EN 50102) Rated service voltage Ue: 690V Rated insulation voltage Ui: 1000V Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp: 1000V Rated current In: 1600A Rated short-circuit current Icw: 65kA Rated short-circuit peak current Ipk: 143kA Colour of structure: Grey RAL 7032 Colour of plinth: Grey RAL 7012 Technical characteristics Main technical characteristics Technical catalogue
© ABB SACE - 6 IS2 Development Axes Reduced costs Integration of apparatus Provision of services Development of applications Wider range An all-round approach not overlooking anything
© ABB SACE - 7 IS2 development axes Offer of dimensionally complete structures depth width height Wider offer of accessories roof cable connection box lateral cable connection box self-supporting plinth 3 types of cable entry flanges voltage indicator lamps levelling feet/wheels cable anchoring kit piercing screws Possible solutions kit pre-assembled Wider range
© ABB SACE - 8 IS2 development axes Reduction of costs - prices Technical solutions possibility of supplying a structure w=1600mm instead of two with w=800mm Management solutions separate plinth flanges (front-lateral) cable entry flanges as accessories crosspieces supplied as accessories Reduced costs
© ABB SACE - 9 IS2 development axes Integration of apparatus Development of dedicated kits for installation of: circuit-breakers (only back plate) capacitors switch-disconnectors wiring duct
© ABB SACE - 10 IS2 development axes Possibility of supply (with price increase) assembled in batteries pre-assembled accessories drilled according to drawing colours on request Provision of services Design/Configuration Software multi-line electrical circuit diagrams single-line electrical circuit diagrams auxiliary and functional circuits panel board layout drawing thermal check according to CEI automatic referencing coils-contact (cross reference) marking of wires and apparatus management and drawing of the Entrelec terminal boxes automatic drawing of the multi-line diagrams
© ABB SACE - 11 IS2 development axes Development of applications Construction for single application Automation (back plate: front, side, partial) PC and MCC (with fixed drawers) Power factor correction 19 Rack Distribution (vertical cabling) Distribution (horizontal cabling)
© ABB SACE - 12 IS2 development axes (?) Dimensions elimination of d=450mm and introduction of d=400 and 500mm Plinth reinforced and re-engineered to prevent rotations during handling. Correctly sized for the transpallet Painting improved quality thanks to a new plant Elimination of weak points
© ABB SACE - 13 IS2 development axes Damage improvement of packaging, introduction of the plinth-covering structure able to absorb small impacts without deformation Improvements Delivery times reduction in delivery times (kit version available in stock)
© ABB SACE - 14 Back plate front insertion lateral insertion Product - range Basic automation structure Cable entry flanges without flanges sliding flanges removable flanges single closure flanges Doors blind and glazed can be hinged on the left and right Possibility of 120°/180° opening (with accessory) IP65 degree of protection Coupling the structures at the side with other columns in a battery with other corner structures
© ABB SACE - 15 Product - range Main accessories Plinth without plinth with 4 angle pieces (std) flanges h=100/200mm reinforced single piece Temperature management Natural ventilation Forced ventilation Air conditioning Handle Fixed flange (std) Ergonomic with rotation (optional) Interchangeable key inserts
© ABB SACE - 16 Product - range Structure for distribution vertical cabling DIN rail mod. W=600mm mod. W=800mm Panels for instruments for DIN h=150/200mm blind h=50-800mm screws with 1/4 turn hinges Blind back plate 200÷400x600mm (HxW) 200÷400x800mm (HxW) Uprights h=1800mm 8 rows h= rows h=150 h=2000mm 9 rows h= rows h=150 h=2200mm 10 rows h= rows h=150 Coupling structures laterally with other columns "in a battery" with other corner structures Doors blind and glazed can be hinged on the left and right Possibility of opening 120°/180° (with accessory) IP65 degree of protection Cable entry flange without flange sliding flanges removable flanges single closure flange
© ABB SACE - 17 Product - range Structure for distribution horizontal cabling Back plate insertion from the side DIN rail 24 mod. W=600mm 36 mod. W=800mm Back plate pre-drilled for Tmax x600mm (HxW) Panels for instruments for DIN h=150/200mm blind h=50 800mm screws with 1/4 turn hinges Doors blind and glazed can be hinged on the left and right Possibility of 120°/180° opening (with accessory) IP65 degree of protection Cable entry flange without flange sliding flanges removable flanges single closure flange Coupling structures laterally with other columns "in a battery" with other corner structures
© ABB SACE - 18 Product - range Structure with compartments for PC - MCC Cable container internal W= mm external W=400mm Compartments can be segregated up to Form 3 dimensions H= x600mm dimensions H=20-800x800mm pre-shearing for MCCBs with front terminals Doors single blind h= mm 20/10 thickness box + key can be hinged on left/right IP41 degree of protection Busbar system shaped up to 1600A Cable entry flange without flange sliding flanges removable flanges single closure flange Coupling structures laterally with other columns "in a battery" with other corner structures
© ABB SACE - 19 Product - range Structure for power factor correction Back plate for capacitors equipped for capacitor on the back and for apparatus on the front dimensions 450x250mm HxW Doors blind drilling for instruments can be hinged on left/right IP43 degree of protection Busbar system shaped up to 1600A Back plate switch- disconnectors for OETL A dimensions 350x250mm HxW Coupling structures laterally with other columns "in a battery" with other corner structures
© ABB SACE - 20 Product - range 19 rack structure 19 rack frame fixed, swing, swing 180°, partial capacity: 36-47HE front panels 1-0HE Cable entry flange without flange sliding flanges removable flanges single closure flange Coupling structures laterally with other columns in a battery with other corner structures Doors blind and glazed can be hinged on the left and right Possibility of 120°/180° opening (with accessory) IP65 degree of protection
© ABB SACE - 21 Functionality / benefits looked for (?) The pre-assembled version mounted in a battery with possible drillings …with a small extra cost, it is possible to use the service set up by ABB, which allows the panel board use to have a solution ready for cabling Ready to be used
© ABB SACE - 22 Functionality / benefits looked for (?) The pre-assembled version The IS2 range has some made-up configurations which can be used as standard by the user who has repetitive production lines Standardisation the mounted version offers all the advantages of a pre-assembled structure, without giving up the various personalisation requirements Personalisation
© ABB SACE - 23 Functionality / benefits looked for The kit version 8 screws are sufficient to mount the skeleton of the panel board. The hinges are already mounted on the uprights, the roof and the angle pieces and plinth on the base just a few codes managed in stock offer great construction flexibility within short periods of time mechanical resistance unaltered also in relation to the pre-assembled parts, thanks to the special shape of the uprights and to the strength of the 3-way joint Simple and rapid to mount Flexible Sturdy Vantaggio di prezzo
© ABB SACE - 24 Functionality / benefits looked for Cable entry from below should the quantity/cross-section of the entering cables be large, it is possible to have the bottom open Completely open bottom simple to use, these make up a discrete closure of the cable entry area Sliding flanges made up of a single flange, this represents the solution for when it is important to keep the degree of protection from below, too Bottom closure flange made up of sheet segments of different sizes, these allow cable entry in correspondence with terminal box Removable flanges
© ABB SACE - 25 Functionality / benefits looked for Cable entry from above This is an alternative to the previous one w=300mm, which goes directly side by side with the structures Lateral cable connection container this is an accessory which can be mounted on the roof of the panel board which allows circulation of the conductors and entry from the roof Cable connection box
© ABB SACE - 26 Functionality / benefits looked for Cable anchoring, terminal box supports and earthing busbar it is possible to make the connection from the front directly onto an M6 threaded busbar, and by means of a 6x6 square busbar and terminals for cables from 0.5 to 35mm 2 Earthing busbar different accessories allow the terminal box to be fixed on the back plate, with and without the earthing busbar Terminal box supports using simple accessories, it is possible to fix the conductors with a diameter from 9 to 72mm to the structure of the panel board Fixing cables to the structure
© ABB SACE - 27 Functionality / benefits looked for Fixing apparatus onto the back plate this eliminates the drilling operation, avoiding any filings falling inside the panel board Fixing components by means of piercing screws this operation is possible outside the panel board horizontally with subsequent insertion Fixing onto standard and oversized plate
© ABB SACE - 28 Functionality / benefits looked for Fixing apparatus onto the back plate from the front/rear and laterally by means of tracks with excellent sliding level (balls) Insertion of standard and oversized plate it is also possible to mount several plates at the same time (e.g. control panel boards with the electrical part on the front and the pneumatic part on the rear) Insertion of two plates on opposite sides
© ABB SACE - 29 Functionality / benefits looked for Handling the panel board and made possible by different types of lifting eyebolts which are fixed directly onto the supporting structures of the panel board Handling by means of a bridge crane the plinth structure made up of flanges removable from the front and the dimensions/sturdiness of the angle pieces, take the standardised size of normal forklift into account. The standard plinth h=100mm and h=200mm with addition of accessories Handling by means of forklift this implies replacement of the normal angle pieces with dedicated structures which are extremely sturdy, ideal for panel boards assembled in batteries Handling by means of rollers
© ABB SACE - 30 Functionality / benefits looked for Air conditioning/ventilation of the panel boards should a considerable reduction in the temperature inside the panel board be found necessary from the calculation models (CEI 17-13), it is possible to mount air conditioners with 550 to 2100W refrigerating yield on the side doors and roof it is possible to create natural ventilation inside the panel board by inserting ventilation gratings/hoods on the doors/side panels or roof with the addition of reversible type fans (suction/pumping), it is possible to increase the air flow inside the panel board Air conditioning Natural ventilation Forced ventilation
© ABB SACE - 31 Functionality / benefits looked for back plates drilled for fixing the moulded-case circuit-breakers up toT5 and S6 from the front Circuit-breakers Preset for the apparatus drilled back plates sized for fixing the LVCP condensers Capacitors support brackets for mounting the wiring duct on the door, structure or DIN rail Wiring duct
© ABB SACE - 32 Functionality / benefits looked for Very sturdy structure characterised by a closed type section, able to withstand high loads Structure the structures with W 1200mm are supplied with an intermediate upright which, apart from guaranteeing the degree of protection, offers greater mechanical sturdiness of the panel board without losing total access, as it is removable Structures with double door with intermediate upright
© ABB SACE - 33 Functionality / benefits looked for Optimisation of internal spaces characterised by a section with extremely limited dimensions - 47x47mm, which allows the whole volume of the panel board to be exploited Structure this allows the back plate to be moved backwards as far as the inside of the uprights, making it possible to exploit the depth of the panel board to the maximum Kit for moving the plate backwards this offers on average 20% more surface which can be cabled compared with the standard plate Oversized plate
© ABB SACE - 34 Functionality / benefits looked for Laying the panel board simply and rapidly by means of dedicated accessories accessible from the top side by means of a cable entry flange Fixing the structure to the floor in the cases where the panel board needs subsequent handling and when handling on the work site is particularly difficult Structure placed on wheels when the floor is not perfectly level Structure placed on levelling feet
© ABB SACE - 35 Functionality / benefits looked for Use of the panel board particularly suited to use in difficult environments (marble and woodworking machines) IP65 degree of protection in the case of mixed electrical + pneumatic uses, it is possible to insert some metal segregations vertically and horizontally to separate the different areas The need to separate
© ABB SACE - 36 Functionality / benefits looked for Universal use of the panel board in the IS2 range there are accessories, such as crosspieces, aluminium sections and partial back plates, which allow assembly of any component internally the use of self-tapping screws allows rapid and secure fixing of the components, without the need for drilling and use of cage nuts Universal accessories Rapid and universal fixing
© ABB SACE - 37 Functionality / benefits looked for Spare parts for the panel board all the panel board components are coded and priced, so supplying spare parts is extremely simple Easy to order
© ABB SACE - 38 IS2 Competition (!) Manufacturer/BrandSeries Multi- Flex MCS - MCD Areta TS8 Spacial 6000 Reference competitors Proline
© ABB SACE - 39 ENCLOSED IN MAGAZINES Aim: To inform the target about the new product, trying to create demand Target: indep. switchgear experts + OEMS Contents: brochure Mechanics: we shall send a gadget (pen set) to all those who have filled in and returned the questionnaire to us as an insert in the following magazine titles Magazines: specifically about automation Marketing tools (!)
© ABB SACE - 40 TRAINING COURSES Objective: To illustrate the main directives and standards in the sector. Target: designers + OEMS + engineering offices Contents: Electrical panel boards of machines - Cabling and assembly of the electrical equipment - Selection of the electrical ducts - Selection of the degree of protection suited to the environmental conditions - Layout of the components, terminal boxes and ducts - Application examples: the ABB solutions Marketing tools (!)
© ABB SACE - 41 Availability and delivery times Product availability all the versions/articles in the catalogue will be available from 1 st January 2005 Delivery times Delivery times (working days) (1) kit version and accessories, managed in stock Availability
© ABB SACE - 42 New IS2 enclosures for automation Great in quality Unbeatable economically
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