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ABB SACE LPD RCDs System pro M compact ®. © ABB SACE - 02-04 - 2 RCDs: 3 families RCCB’sRCBO’sBlocks Earth leakage Indirect contact Overload Short circuit.

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1 ABB SACE LPD RCDs System pro M compact ®

2 © ABB SACE RCDs: 3 families RCCB’sRCBO’sBlocks Earth leakage Indirect contact Overload Short circuit Earth leakage Indirect contact (with MCB’s) Overload Short circuit Earth leakage Indirect contact

3 © ABB SACE RCCBs F 200 AC / F 200 A RCCBs Type AC/A (ex F360/F370) RCBOs DS 200 AC / DS 200 A RCBOs Type AC/A 6kA (ex DS650/DS750) DS 200 M AC / DS 200 M A RCBOs Type AC/A 10kA (ex DS670/F270) RCD-blocks DDA 200 AC / DDA 200 A RCD blocks Type AC/A (ex DDA60/DDA70) Future ABB RCDs range

4 © ABB SACE N° of poles: 2; 4 Family: F200 = RCCBs F202 A S - 63/0,03 Type: AC; A Tripping time: S for selective Current: 25A; 40A; 63A Sensitivity: 0,03A, 0,1A… Future ABB RCCBs commercial designation

5 © ABB SACE N° of poles: 1+N; 2; 3; 4 Family: DS200 = RCBOs DS202 L A S - C10/0,03 Type: AC; A Tripping time: S for selective Current: 6A, 10A….63A Sensitivity:0,03A, 0,1A… Tripping characteristic: B, C… B. cap.: 4,5kA, 6kA… Future ABB RCBOs commercial designation

6 © ABB SACE N° of poles: 2; 3; 4 Family: DDA200 = RCD-blocks DDA202 A S - 25/0,03 Type: AC; A Tripping time: S for selective Current: 25A; 40; 63A Sensitivity: 0,03A, 0,1A… Future ABB RCD-blocks comm. designation

7 © ABB SACE Migration old to new series

8 © ABB SACE A range of RCDs for all application RCCBs standard and special ranges

9 © ABB SACE A range of RCDs for all application RCD-blocks standard and special ranges

10 © ABB SACE A range of RCDs for all application

11 © ABB SACE Problem: unwanted tripping NUISANCETRIPPING CAUSED BY LIGHTNINGS LIGHTNINGS The causes Atmospheric discharges (lightnings) Operational discharges (switch-off in MV) Consequences in RCDs Sudden and unjustified tripping (out of service) Against nuisance tripping special ranges

12 © ABB SACE ABB solution RCCB-AR: aut. reclosing device + RCCBAR unit Advantages Flexibility for wholesalers and LSO Higher number of possible configuration Present F3 Future F200 Factory fittedFitted by customer

13 © ABB SACE ABB solution RCCB-AP: no unwanted tripping Present F3 and DDA APFuture F200 and DDA200 AP-R and G type Features 8/20μs surge current test: 3000A AC and A type available AP-R and G (Austrian) commercial designation

14 © ABB SACE RCCBs: design F 202 F 362 F 202 New design Differently from the present F3 series, the new F200 series hasn’t any projection on the front side, thus guaranteeing a better homogeneity with MCBs ranges. Moreover the upper and lower shoulders have been eliminated.

15 © ABB SACE RCCBs: new terminal features Tightening The new terminal has two distinct slots which can be wired. The front slot of the terminal can be wired with cables up to 25 mm 2, while the back one is suitable for wiring with busbars or cables up to 10 mm 2. In the screwing phase, the closing of the two slots is carried out in two opposite directions (bi-directional movement), thus guaranteeing a maximum tightening torque of 2,8 Nm. Closed terminal Open terminal

16 © ABB SACE RCCBs: new terminal features Wiring The availability of two slots for each terminal offers different wiring solutions thanks to the possibility of deriving independently two cables/each terminal from the same RCCB. The back space, in fact, can be used for another circuit, for an auxiliary circuit or to feed instruments with small section cables without having to connect them in the same space of the power cables.

17 © ABB SACE RCCBs: new terminal demo

18 © ABB SACE RCCBs: new terminal features Safety The structure of the new terminal avoids wrong wiring operations: once the terminal is closed, in fact, the two spaces aren’t accessible anymore.

19 © ABB SACE RCCBs: safer wiring with cables demo

20 © ABB SACE RCCBs: new terminal features Plus of wiring with busbars Differently from the past solution, the busbars are fitted in the back terminals slot so that the front side of the terminal is completely visible during the wiring operation. The wiring is now easier for installers and also the accessibility in case of maintenance operations is improved. F 202 F 362

21 © ABB SACE More Information with PCI RCCBs can support, during their life, high short circuit currents for a short time (until MCBs intervene). Sometimes, owing to repeated short-circuits or in presence of MCBs not opportunely coordinated, the RCCB might be damaged internally and its contacts can result partially welded, and in this case the circuit could be live also in the open position. The presence of the PCI on all products of F200 range guarantees the verification of the RCCB efficiency. RCCBs: positive contact indication (PCI)

22 © ABB SACE RCCBs: improved short circuit performance MKTs that don‘t use RCD-blocks need higher coordination performances for RCCBs, in order to be used in all industrial application Im and Inc are more and more used in technical specification of consultants/engineers ABB product reaches a level of coordination good for domestic/civil application but low if compared with competitors’ performances-----  Short circuit performances combination

23 © ABB SACE Present F3 Im=1500 A Inc=6000A with 63A gL fuse SCPD Short circuit performances combination of Im=short-circuit breaking capacity Inc=conditional short-circuit breaking capacity Future F200 Im=1000 A Inc=10000A with 100A gL SCPD RCCBs: improved short circuit performance (2)

24 © ABB SACE RCCBs: auxiliary elements The range of auxiliary elements include: Auxiliary contact S2C-H 6R (H) Universal Auxiliary/Signal contact S2C-S/H 6R (S/H) Undervoltage release (UR): 6 models for different voltage levels Automatic Reclosing Unit (AR): motor device+enclosed logic unit only as add on to circuit-breaker

25 © ABB SACE RCCBs: auxiliary elements Fitting on RCCBs

26 © ABB SACE RCCB 2P or 4P H H = auxiliary contact S/H = auxiliary/signal contact UR = undervoltage release Present F 3.. RCCBs: auxiliary elements Future F 200 RCCB 2P or 4P

27 © ABB SACE )2)3) RCCBs: new packaging system 1)2)3) 2P 4P

28 © ABB SACE RCD-blocks: an auxiliary release for MCBs DDA200 blocks will be fitted on the left side of S200 MCBs allowing a complete accessoriability for the MCB S200 2P, 3P or 4P ST + H + H + H ST + S/H + H + H UR + H + H + H UR + S/H + H + H S/H + H + H H + H + H MCD DDA200 2P, 3P or 4P

29 © ABB SACE RCD-blocks: tailored to the necessity DDA200 blocks are divided in 3 sizes (In) for 2P, 3P and 4P pole configuration with only 2 phisical sizes Present DDA Future DDA200 2P A 3P, 4P - 25A 3P, 4P - 40A 3P, 4P - 63A 2P A 3P, 4P – 25-40A

30 © ABB SACE RCD- Blocks: fitting on MCBs Also DDA200 have the fitting pins shaped according to the size of the MCB to assemble.

31 © ABB SACE RCD- Blocks: fitting on MCBs In compliance with IEC/EN standard, DDA200 have a new fitting system with clips in order to prevent that RCD-Block could be disassembled once fitted to the MCB.

32 © ABB SACE RCD-blocks: easier installation assure an easy wiring of MCBs fitted with RCD-blocks with standard busbars allow the possibility to fit MCBs fitted with RCD-blocks on the ways of Type B distribution boarD Housing with holes in the upper side

33 © ABB SACE RCD-blocks: additional feature add the function of remote tripping to a standard DDA200 block allows space and cost saving for the customer when an auxiliary emergency circuit is needed for an RCBO (MCB+RCD-block)  no need for additional shunt trip Additional terminal for remote tripping on 63A size DDA-blocks

34 © ABB SACE


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