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1 © 2002 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. …designed for reliability and lowest total cost New Bangkok International Airport (NBIA)

2 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

3 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

4 Major Markets Industrial Vehicle Construction Commercial Aerospace $8 billion global diversified Industrial company Headquartered in Cleveland,Ohio Web site: 59,000 Employees 195 Manufacturing Sites 24 Countries Eaton

5 Eaton – Our Businesses Automotive - $1.8 billion partner to the worldwide passenger car and light-truck industry. Fluid Power - Worldwide leader in the designing, manufacturing and marketing of a comprehensive line of reliable, high-efficiency hydraulic systems and components. Aerospace is key customer. Industrial and Commercial Controls (Cutler-Hammer) - Global leader in power distribution components, assemblies and services to Commercial, Industrial, OEM and Retail markets. Truck - Leader in the designing, manufacturing and marketing of drivetrain systems and components for medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial vehicles on the American continents.

6 Sales:$2.5 Billion People:16,000 Plants:50 in 14 Countries Product:27 Product Lines C-H and Westinghouse, 200+ Years of History Westinghouse DCBU 1886 Cutler-Hammer 1892 EATON Cutler-Hammer 1994 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Headquarters

7 Power Distribution Product Examples Series C ® Molded Case Circuit Breakers Vacuum Interrupters Transfer Switches Circuit Breaker Technology VCP-W Vacuum Circuit Breaker IQ Metering and Protection IQ Energy Sentinel TM Series C ® and Digitrip ® SPB, Magnum Circuit Breakers and Digitrip ® Miniature Circuit Breakers PowerNet Communications System

8 Power Distribution Examples (cont.) Load Interrupter Switchgear VacClad-W Medium Voltage Switchgear Ampgard ® Medium Voltage Starters Excitation ControlSubstation Transformers Panelboards and Switchboards Pow-R-WayIII ® Low Voltage Busway Grounding Resistors Electro/Centers TM Network Protectors Low Voltage Magnum Metal-Enclosed Switchgear Low Voltage Pow-R-M-S Switchboards

9 AC Disconnects Safety Switches Meter Centers Temporary Power Panels CHQ Replacement Breakers and Surge Arresters Type CH LoadcentersType BR Loadcenters Dry-Type Distribution Transformers Industrial Control Transformers Power Distribution Examples (cont.)

10 AF Drives Motor Control CentersAdvantage ® Motor Control Pushbuttons Automation PanelMate ® PanelMate Operator Interface Sensors and Limit Switches Sensors & Limit Switches PLCs Pushbuttons IT Control Control Components Examples

11 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

12 Airports with and C-H l Austin – Bergstrom Intl l Baltimore Washington l Boston Logan l Buffalo Niagara International l Chicago Midway l Chicago OHare l Cleveland Hopkins International l Denver International l Detroit Wayne County l Houston Intercontinental l Las Vegas McCarran Intl l Louisville International l Memphis International l Miami International l Minneapolis St. Paul Intl l New York JFK International l Orlando International l Philadelphia International l Pittsburgh International l Seattle Tacoma l St. Louis Lambert International l Salt Lake City International l San Francisco International l Syracuse Hancock Intl l Tampa International l Tulsa International l Washington Dulles Intl l Washington Ronald Regan National

13 Example PowerNet Systems l Chicago (busiest airport in US) n 72 million passengers (2000) n 7 active runways! l Denver International n 36 million passengers (2002) l San Francisco International n 34 million passengers (2001) l JFK (New York) n 32 million passengers (2000) l Seattle/Tacoma (SeaTac) n 27 million passengers (2001) l Boston Logan n 24 million passengers (2002) l Philadelphia n 23 million passengers (2002)

14 Project – Boston Logan Upgrade l 24 Million passengers/year l 9.7 sq. km l $12M complete electrical system n 34.5 kV Switchgear to 120V panelboards l Ethernet Backbone Network l Complete Power Management System l Engineering Services

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17 Power Management System l Monitoring entire facility (15 kV down to 120 V) l Instant alert to electrical problems (alarm, trip, abnormal events) l Reduced troubleshooting time (remote sites) l System capacity studies(automated data gathering) l Predictive maintenance l Energy allocation to tenants and users of electric power

18 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

19 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

20 Hardware Review l Meters l Protective Relays and Trip Units l Communications Devices l Lighting Control

21 Meters l IQ Multipoint Energy Submeter l IQ Energy Sentinel l IQ Power Sentinel l IQ 100 (110, 115) l IQ 200 (210) n ANSI C12.16 revenue accuracy l IQ 300 l IQ DP 4000 l IQ Analyzer (66xx series) l IQ 7000 l Universal RTD Module (URTD) IQ100 IQ Analyzer IQ 7000

22 Protective Relays and Trip Units l Digitrip 310 l Digitrip OPTIM 520 l Digitrip OPTIM 550 l Digitrip OPTIM 750 n Adds zone interlocking l Digitrip 810 n Adds Waveform l Digitrip 910 n Adds Harmonics l Digitrip OPTIM 1050 l MPCV n Network Protector l Digitrip OPTIM 1150 l Digitrip OPTIM 1150i l MP3000 n Motor protection l DT3000 n Feeder protection n Current l FP5000 n Feeder protection n Current and Voltage

23 Communication Devices l IPONI n INCOM to IQ l WebPONI n HTTP/HTML to IQ l EPONI n Ethernet to IQ l EMINT n Ethernet to INCOM l NetLink n Ethernet to INCOM n Modbus to INCOM l Modbus MINT n Modbus to INCOM l MINTII n INCOM to RS-232 l WPONI n Advantage Starter to INCOM l Central Energy Display (CED) n Group display for Energy Sentinels l Assemblies Electronic Monitor (AEM II) n Group display for Digitrip l Breaker Interface Module (BIM) n Advanced group display for Digitrip l Advantage Control Module (ACM) n Local display and control for Advantage l Central Monitoring Unit (CMU) n Group display for Advantage l Ethernet Gateway n INCOM, Modbus, Profibus, etc. to OPC/DDE

24 Main Smart Panelboard Pow-R-Command Lighting Control l Power Switching Panels n Utilizes circuit breakers for protection and control - minimizes space & wiring l Lighting Management Controllers n Easy to use- automatic leap year n Voice Prompted Telephone Override (15 min – 3 hr) n Indoor Daylight Harvesting & Dimming n Outdoor 1 or 2-stage photo cell sensing n Occupancy (PIR) sensors n Historical Data Logging n Alarming n Remote Access n Astronomical clock Up to 28 Remote Panelboards

25 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

26 Ethernet 10BASE-T EPONI mounts on the back of the IQ Device. Ribbon cable (supplied) connects to IQ Device EPONI mounts on the back of the IQ Device. Ribbon cable (supplied) connects to IQ Device CAT5 cable Ethernet Hub CAT5 cable Ethernet Backbone 10BASE-T or fiber 24V P.S. 24V P.S. Cutler-Hammer Panel Cutler-Hammer Panel IQ Meter

27 Ethernet 10BASE-T IQ Meter CAT5 cable Ethernet Hub Ethernet Backbone 10BASE-T or fiber NetLink or EMINT Cutler-Hammer Panel IQ Meter 1 twisted pair feet (3000 m) 200 devices CAT5 cable

28 Ethernet 10BASE-T IQ Meter Ethernet Hub Ethernet Backbone 10BASE-T or fiber NetLink or EMINT Cutler-Hammer Panel IQ Meter 1 twisted pair feet (3000 m) 200 devices CAT5 cable IPONI EPONI

29 Ethernet 10BASE-T IQ Meter CAT5 cable Ethernet Hub Ethernet Backbone 10BASE-T or fiber NetLink or EMINT Cutler-Hammer Panel IQ Meter 1 twisted pair feet (3000 m) 200 devices CAT5 cable Digitrip Trip Unit

30 Ethernet 10BASE-T IQ Device CAT5 cable Ethernet Hub Ethernet Backbone 10BASE-T or fiber NetLink or EMINT Cutler-Hammer Panel IQ Device 1 twisted pair feet (3000 m) 200 devices CAT5 cable Digitrip Trip Unit

31 Network Component Detail Ethernet Hub Or Ethernet Switch To Airport LAN EMINT (Ethernet Master INCOM Network Translator) Or NetLink IPONI (INCOM Product Operated Network Interface IQ Analyzer (typical) INCOM Network To up to 199 additional device To additional groups of line ups Ethernet to next line up 10BASE-T CAT 5 unshielded Twisted pair SS7-1 (typical)

32 Substation Detail SS7-1 Ethernet LAN To Airport LAN SS7-2 INCOM Network Ethernet LAN INCOM Network Belden pair, twisted shielded Belden pair, twisted shielded 10/100/1000 Ethernet Twisted Pair or Fibre Optic Detail from previous page

33 System PowerNet Layout SS5-1SS5-2SS5-4 SS5-5SS6-1 SS6-2SS6-3SS6-4SS6-5SS7-1SS7-2 SS7-3SS7-4 Ethernet LAN LAN continues Detail (from previous page)

34 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

35 PowerNet Software Client Apps l Monitor l Configure l Waveform l Trip Curve l Trend l E-Bill l Energy Trend l Event Viewer l Device Server l Modbus Tools l OPC Server l DDE Server l Graphics Integration n ActiveX n OPC n DDE

36 Agenda l Who is Cutler-Hammer? n Brief History of Eaton and Westinghouse l Airport Experience n Summary of airports we have helped build l Review of Power Management System n Hardware (meters, trip units, protective relays) n Network (protocols, layout, performance calculations) n Software (PowerNet) l Conclusions

37 Why Cutler-Hammer? l Airport covers large area and large number of metering devices n INCOM cable can extend 3048 meters (10000 feet) without repeaters: simplifies wiring n INCOM supports hundreds devices on one twisted pair without repeaters: excellent signal-to-noise performance. n Most available devices to select: 10 meters (IQ7000, IQ Analyzer, IQ300, IQ200, IQ100, IQ Power Sentinel, IQ Energy Sentinel, IQ Multipoint Energy Submeter, DP4000, URD) 12 protective relays (FP5000, MP3000, DT3000, URTD, OPTIM 1150, OPTIM 1050, OPTIM 750, OPTIM 550, OPTIM 520, DT910, DT810, MPCV)

38 Why Choose PowerNet? (cont.) l Longest distance without a repeater and l Most devices without a repeater n Easier, less costly installation n More reliable. Less hardware to fail and maintain. l Twisted pair supports taps, Ts, Ys n No competitive network supports this flexibility n More noise immune for faster, more reliable communications

39 Excerpt (Page 33) from RS-485 Based Installation Manual

40 RS-485 and INCOM Wiring Rules RS-485 Node IQ Node 100 m IQ Node IQ Node IQ Node IQ Node Total Cable Length to = 13 x 100 m = 1300 m Conduit space required = sufficient for 2 twisted pairs Total Cable Length to = 9 x 100 m = 900 m (70% of the RS-485 system) Conduit space required = sufficient for 1 twisted pairs RS-485 Node RS-485 Node RS-485 Node RS-485 Node 100 m

41 Speed l Noise Immunity n INCOM = 40 devices / second update typical n Competitive system (Multilin Relays) = 4 devices / second typical l INCOM vs Multilin Example n 10 times faster l Real World systems perform differently than bench top tests n Competitive system experience retries due to reflections n More retries due to electrical noise INCOM much more noise immune

42 Other Questions?


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