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Low voltage electrical distribution

EasyPact SPS
Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors
800 to 1600 A

User manual
06/2013

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User manual for circuit breakers
and switch-disconnectors
Easypact SPS

1

Contents

Identifying Easypact SPS 2
Rating plate 2
Discovering Easypact SPS 3
Components 3
Using Easypact SPS 7
Understanding the controls and indications 7
Charging the circuit breaker 8
Closing the circuit breaker 9
Opening the circuit breaker 10
Resetting after a fault trip 11
Locking the controls 12
Using the Easypact SPS drawout chassis 14
Identifying the circuit breaker positions 14
Racking 15
Locking the switchboard door 18
Locking the circuit breaker in position 19
Locking the safety shutters 21

Identifying the electrical auxiliaries 22
Identification of the connection terminals 22
Operation 23
Electrical diagrams 24
Discovering Easypact SPS Trip system accessories 26
ET Trip system 26
Indication contacts 27
Auxiliaries for remote operation 29
Device mechanical accessories 32
Chassis accessories 34
Inspecting and testing before use 36
Initial tests 36
What to do when the circuit breaker trips 37
Maintaining Easypact SPS performance 38
Recommended maintenance program 38
Maintenance operations 39
Ordering replacement parts 40
Troubleshooting and solutions 41
Checking Easypact SPS operating conditions 43
Environmental conditions 43

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2.0 6G

Identifying the electrical
auxiliaries

Electrical diagrams
Fixed and drawout devices



b





b



E
60

06
2A

The diagram is shown with circuits de-energised, all
devices open, connected and charged and relays in
normal position.

E
60

06
3A

E
60

06
4A

E
60

06
7A

Power

UC1: Z1-Z5 zone selective interlocking;
Z1 = ZSI OUT SOURCE
Z2 = ZSI OUT; Z3 = ZSI IN SOURCE
Z4 = ZSI IN ST (short time)
Z5 = ZSI IN GF (earth fault)

UC2: T1, T2, T3, T4 = external neutral;



Control unit

Control unit Remote operation

SDE1 : Fault-trip indication contact (supplied as standard)

MN: Undervoltage release

MX1: Shunt release

XF: Closing release

PF: "Ready to close" contact

MCH : Gear motor

2.0: Basic Protection
6G: 2.0 + Isd + Ig

MX

C
2

C
1

BPO

A
2

A
1

BPF

XF
PF

2
5
2

2
5
4

2
5
1

re
a
d
y

to
cl

o
se

B
1

MCH

B
3

B
2

ch
a
rg

e
d

CH

E
60

06
5A

E
46

13
6A

E
46

13
7A

E
60

06
6A

T
4

T
3

T
2

T
1

Z
4

ET Trip System

Z
4

Z
3

Z
2

Z
1

Z
5

Z
1

Z
2

N L3L2L1

Q

Power
upstream cb downstream

cb

Z
5

Z
3

Z
2

Z
1

Z
3

Z
4

Z
5

I

S
G

1

S
G

2

X
1

X
2

Remote operation

Remote operation
SDE1 MN MX1 XF PF MCH


84 D2 C2 A2 254 B2

82 252 B3

81 D1 C1 A1 251 B1

Control unit
UC1 UC2

Z5

Z3 Z4 T3 T4

Z1 Z2 T1 T2

8
1

8
2

8
4

SDE

fa
u
lt

D
2

D
1

AT

MN

Note: Z1...Z5 & T1..T4 are available only in ET6G trip system

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E
60

06
8A

E
60

06
9A

E
60

07
0A

E
60

07
6A

Indication contacts

(*) 440/480 V AC gear motor for charging
(380 V motor + additional resistor)

CD1:
Disconnected-
position

CT1:
Test-position
contacts

CE1:
Connected-
position

1
2

1
4

11

2
2

2
4

3
2

3
4

3
1

2
1

OF4

4
2

4
4

4
1

OF3 OF2 OF1

open closed

Key:
Drawout device only

SDE,OF1, OF2, supplied as standard

Interconnected connections
(only one wire per connection point)

9
1
4

9
1
2

9
11

CT1

test

Chassis contacts

Chassis contacts

B1

CN2 - 440/480 V

9 11

MCH
380V

CH

B3 B2

R440/480 V"charged LED"

CN1 - 440/480 V

XXX

E
60

07
5A

Indication contacts

CD1 CE1 CT1

814 314 914


812 312 912


811 311 911

Indication contacts
OF4 OF3 OF2 OF1

44 34 24 14


42 32 22 12


41 31 21 11

Contacts châssis

Identifying the electrical
auxiliaries

Electrical diagrams
Fixed and drawout devices

8
1
2

8
1
4

8
11

CD1

disconnected

3
11

3
1
2

3
1
4

CE1

connected

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As standards, specifications and designs change from time to time, please ask for confirmation
of the information given in this publication.

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