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The ATC-800 Controller is a programmable microprocessor-based monitoring device for use on Cat transfer switches. Data access and programming operations are performed using the ATC-800's touch sensitive function buttons in conjunction with an easy-to-read illuminated alphanumeric LED display. Both the functional buttons and the display window are part of the device's door mounted front panel. A built in Help button provides user assistance in the form of message displays.
The communication option permits monitoring and control of several transfer switches, locally or remotely from a single point. Depending on the application, the user can customize the ATC-800 to meet the particular application. The ATC-800 is equipped to display historical information either via the front panel or over mod bus communications to a personal computer. Source 1 and Source 2 run time, available time and connect time are available, as well as load energized time, number of transfers, date, time and reason for the last 16 transfers.
|Input control voltage||120Vac (50/60 Hz) (operating range 65 to 160 Vac) 120Vac (50/60 Hz) (operating range 65 to 160 Vac)||More Less|
|Voltage measurements of Utility||Source 1, Source 2 and Load
(VAB, VBC, VCA for Three Phase System) Source 1, Source 2 and Load
(VAB, VBC, VCA for Three Phase System)
|Voltage measurement range||0 to 700 Vac 0 to 700 Vac||More Less|
|Voltage measurement accuracy||+/-1% of full scale +/-1% of full scale||More Less|
|Frequency measurements of||Source 1 and Source 2 Source 1 and Source 2||More Less|
|Frequency measurement range||40 Hz to 80 Hz 40 Hz to 80 Hz||More Less|
|Frequency measurement accuracy||+/- 0.1 Hz +/- 0.1 Hz||More Less|
|Undervoltage dropout||Breaker Style 50 to 97% of Nominal System Voltage
Contactor Style - 78 to 97% Breaker Style 50 to 97% of Nominal System Voltage
Contactor Style - 78 to 97%
|Undervoltage pickup||(Dropout +2%) to 99% of Nominal System Voltage (Dropout +2%) to 99% of Nominal System Voltage||More Less|
|Underfrequency dropout range||90 to 97% of Nominal System Frequency 90 to 97% of Nominal System Frequency||More Less|
|Underfrequency pickup range||(Dropout +1 Hz) to 99% of Nominal System Frequency (Dropout +1 Hz) to 99% of Nominal System Frequency||More Less|
|Overfrequency dropout range||103 to 110% of Nominal System Frequency 103 to 110% of Nominal System Frequency||More Less|
|Overfrequency pickup range||101% to (Dropout +1 Hz) of nominal system frequency 101% to (Dropout +1 Hz) of nominal system frequency||More Less|
|Operating temperature range||-20 to 70 degree C (-4 to +158 degree F) -20 to 70 degree C (-4 to +158 degree F)||More Less|
|Operating humidity||Up to 90% Relative Humidity (non-condensing) Up to 90% Relative Humidity (non-condensing)||More Less|
|Enclosure compatibility||More Less|
|System Voltage Application||120 to 600 Vac (50/60 Hz) (single or three phase) 120 to 600 Vac (50/60 Hz) (single or three phase)||More Less|
|Rating Range||120 to 600V, single phase and three phase @ 50/60 Hz 120 to 600V, single phase and three phase @ 50/60 Hz||More Less|
|Transfer Type||Switch application dependent Switch application dependent||More Less|
|Switch Type||Switch application dependent Switch application dependent||More Less|
Factory programming will load all standard features and customer-specified options per the default settings.
In-phase monitor is a feature that will allow a transfer between two sources only when the phase difference between the two sources is near zero. This is an open transition transfer that prevents in-rush currents from exceeding normal starting currents in the case where motor loads are being transferred.
Load voltage decay transfer is a feature that, after opening the switch for the original source, holds in the neutral position until the voltage on the load is less than 30% of rated voltage. This operation is an open transition that prevents in-rush currents from exceeding normal starting currents in the case where motor loads are being transferred.