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January 2015
SlimLine XR ITS 2
SlimLine XR ITS2 : Contents for this presentation
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Introduction of the new SlimLine XR ITS2
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Applications
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Which data to be monitored by the ITS2
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What is new about the ITS2
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How to set up the ITS2 to communicate into a controlling
system :
- Apparatus set up
- Software set up ( Ekip connect )
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A complete User Manual ( pdf )
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Modbus set up / Protocol
Introduction
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Applications
Typical applications for the XR ITS2 will be :
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In Energy Management systems for analyzing
and optimizing the energy consumption in
commercial and industrial buildings
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Datacenters
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Hospitals
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Solar
SlimLine XR ITS2 : Intelligent monitoring in Solar
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Delivery of 590 pcs SlimLine XR 250 A with ITS2
to the second biggest Solar Farm in England.
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Installed in 42 pcs 20 feet containers working as a
complete feeding device with transformer
400V > 33 kV inside.
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Remote controlling and monitoring by MODBUS
from London.
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To be set in operation 2015
SlimLine XR ITS2 : What is new from the first ITS ?
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ABB Ekip connect is used for configuration, this is
a well known software within ABB.
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Manual configuring of XR size is no longer needed
since the ITS module detects the XR size when
plugged in.
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Motor operated XR’s can be configured to
automatically open at fuse blown condition.
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Simpler design of electronics
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The EFM works for both busbar- and terminal feed.
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In phase 2 of the project additional communication
protocols will be awailable when intoducing the
Ekip COM module used in ABB SACE Emax
series of breakers
SlimLine XR ITS2 : Which data can be monitored
Features
Voltage
Current
kW
kVA
Cos fi
Power factor
kWh
V : Voltage L1, L2, L3
A : Current L1, L2, L3
kW : L1, L2, L3
kVA : L1, L2, L3
Cos fi : L1, L2, L3
Sum
kWh
Fuse Status
Fuse Status ( EFM )
Temperature
Temperature at Terminal L2
Switch position
On / Off
Motor Control
Motor control by bus
Power / Energy /CosFI / Power Factor/
Max-Min measures
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Communication Modbus
RS485
Protocol
Modbus RTU
SlimLine XR ITS2 : Which data can be monitored
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1.
USB plug for connection via the T&P unit to the PC for configuration
2.
Power incicator ( alt. WINK led during configuration )
3.
Communication indicator : Lit > OK
4.
Fuse Blown indicator
5.
Selection :
Remote / Lit > Commands or settings of parameters are accepted
Local / Dark > Commands or settings of parameters are refused
How to set up the XR ITS2
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Setting the feeding direction
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XR1, 2 and 3 can be fed from the
busbar side ( busbar feed ) or from the
cable terminal side
SlimLine XR ITS2 : Setting the feeding direction
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XR1, 2 and 3 can be fed from the
busbar side ( busbar feed ) or from the
cable terminal side
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By default the link is set in the position
marked “Busbar Feed”.
SlimLine XR ITS2 : The EKIP T&P Unit
Important :
The ABB T&P unit is required for connection to a laptop
Order code : 1SDA066989R0001
This is well known tool for ABB’s service personel working with
the ABB SACE products.
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : The EKIP T&P Unit
Ekip T&P test and programming unit
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Download the EKIP Softwaretool
Download and install the Ekip Connect software
from the Web.
1) Go to http://www.abb.com/abblibrary/DownloadCenter
2) Search Ekip Connect
3) Download the software
4) Unzip 1SDC200011X0000.zip and run setup
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Log in as Advanced user
Log in as Advanced user
Password : 0001
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : 1 Setting the slave address
Factory setting : 247
Options : 1-247
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : 2 Setting the Nominal voltage
The Fuse blown indicator will turn off when
the Nominel Voltage is set
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : 3 Setting the Power Direction
Busbar feeding
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Parameter settings
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Basically, there are 3 parameters that’s important to have the ITS up and
running in a system
1.
Set the «Nominal Line Voltage» according to the system voltage. If the
line voltage in the system is 400 V, the Nominal Line Voltage should be
set equal If not correctly set, the Fuse monitoring will not work.
2.
Depending on the feeding side of the XR switch, Busbar- or terminal
feed, Power direction must be set accordingly.
Important for XR 1,2 and 3 :The jumpers on the fuse boards must be
set accordingly to feeding direction.
3.
Give the ITS unit a unique modbus slave address. If necessary the
communication parameters must be changed to correspond with
system builders settings.
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Multiplug layout
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
24 VDC
24 V GND (0V)
RS-485 0V
RS-485 + (A)
RS-485 – (B)
Conductor cross section
stranded min.
Conductor cross section
stranded max.
Conductor cross section
stranded, with ferrule without
plastic sleeve max.
Conductor cross section
stranded, with ferrule with
plastic sleeve max.
0.25 mm2
1.5 mm2
1.5 mm2
0.75 mm2
The Multi plug connector has 2 connection points for each terminal,
making it easier to loop the wiring between the XR switches.
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XR ITS2 User tools
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : User Manual
22 pages Contents :
Installation of the XR switches, Ekip
Connect software.
Description of ITS units front panel.
Menues in Ekip Connect showing
measured values and status information
Configuration of the ITS.
Multiplug terminal
Modbus interface
Strapping for correct EFM operation
Technical data.
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Modbus Protocol ( excel file )
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Ekip view ( to come )
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Ekip view ( to come )
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SlimLine XR ITS2 : Properties
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A complete new range of ITS 2 Modules.
ITS : Intelligent Tier Switch
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Network communication via Modbus RTU /
RS485.
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To be configured via the software tool Ekip
Connect ( common for Breakers and XR ).
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The optimal concept for Energy Management
systems for analyzing and optimizing the energy
consumption in commercial and industrial
buildings
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