Rotoblok

A family of modular switchgear type metal-enclosed air insulated (or connectors SF6 for Rotoblok SF) in a metal casing ensures high reliability of supply.

Technical description

Introduction

Medium Voltage switchgear 
Rotoblok

The subject of this document is a ROTOBLOK type state-of-the-art, indoor medium voltage switchgear intended for distribution of three-phase alternating current with a frequency of 50 Hz, at a rated voltage up to 25 kV, in industrial and commercial power sector distribution grids. The switchgears are configured from standard single bays with varied equipment. The information and technical data specified herein enable the designer to assemble a switchgear from typical bays. In case bays with equipment not specified herein or with changed dimensions are needed, the scope of equipment should be arranged with the manufacturer.

Characteristics

The Rotoblok type switchgear is a two compartment, indoors switchgear in metal enclosure made of zinc-coated metal sheet (which ensures equipotential bonding), with a single primary busbars system. The switchgear is equipped with state-of-the-art, air insulated switching devices. It has separate primary busbars and cable compartments, and the arc-proof design ensures high level of operational safety.

The distribution bays have the following properties:

  • small external dimensions compared to rated voltage, defined insulation levels, primary busbar rated currents and short-circuit currents,
  • two-compartment bay ensuring the separation of the primary busbar circuit from the section used to connect power supply cables,
  • high reliability of operation,
  • long operating period without the need for troublesome maintenance operations,
  • high corrosion resistance, the switchgear design uses metal sheet which has been zinc-coated for corrosion protection,
  • universality in designing different switchgear configurations with any number of bays,
  • use of state of the art, reliable switching devices, such as GTR type disconnectors and switch disconnectors (ZPUE), or circuit breakers by other manufacturers,
  • adapted for the installation of state of the art protection and control devices,
  • the possibility of wall-mounting of the switchgear, saving space in the switching room, which is particularly important during retrofits and expansions of existing switching stations,
  • easy and quick access to switchgear devices for supervision and maintenance,
  • simple operation.

System of interlocks and protections

A system of interlocks prevents incorrect switching operations and opening of the distribution bay doors before voltage is disconnected and the earthing switch is closed. Opening of the earthing switch is possible only when the bay doors are closed (or after the interlock is purposefully released with a special key provided with the switchgear - for example in order to perform a voltage test of a cable). Each feeder bay and circuit breaker bay is equipped as standard with capacitive voltage dividers on each phase and a voltage indicator. Such a solution facilitates checking the cable for lack of voltage and safe phase testing with a phase comparator.

At the customer's request it is possible to provide capacitive voltage dividers in bays which do not have them as standard.

High safety of operation, achieved by:

  • arc-proof design - resistance to internal arcing effects,
  • specially reinforced bay design (enclosures, locks, hinges),
  • mechanical interlocks, which prevent incorrect switching operations and touching live devices,
  • access to controlgear and control circuits is possible while the primary circuits parts cannot be touched by the operator,
  • the use of monitoring and signalling systems, and mechanical and electrical position indicators, and inspection windows,
  • visual indicator of disconnector contacts, switch-disconnector and earthing switch state, and installing of inspection windows to control them,
  • possibility of disconnecting the switch disconnector without an operating lever (optional - GTR 2, GTR 2V),
  • the use of visible double gap disconnectors and switch disconnectors,
  • forcing the sequence of switching operations.

Basic technical data

Compliance with standards:
The Rotoblok type switchgear meets the requirements of the following standards:

  • PN-EN62271-1 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. Common specifications”,
  • PN-EN 62271-200 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. AC metal-enclosed switchgear and controlgear for rated voltages above 1 kV and up to and including 52 kV”,
  • PN-EN 62271-100 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. Alternating-current circuit-breakers”,
  • PN-EN 62271-102 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. Alternating current disconnectors and earthing switches”,
  • PN-EN 62271-103 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. Switches for rated voltages above 1 kV up to and including 52 kV”,
  • PN-EN 62271-105 - “High-voltage switchgear and controlgear. Alternating current switch-fuse combinations”.

The switchgear is certified by the Electrotechnical Institute.

Electrical data:
 
Rotoblok 17,5kV
Rotoblok 24
Rated network voltage
15 kV
20 kV
Highest device voltage
17,5 kV
25 kV
Rated frequency / number of phases
50 Hz / 3
Rated short-time network frequency
withstand voltage
55 kV / 63 kV
50 kV / 60 kV
Rated withstand lightning surge voltage 1,2/50 μs
95 kV / 110 kV
125 kV / 145 kV
Continuous rated current
630 A / 1250 A
630 A - 1250 A
Rated short-time withstand current
up to 16 kA (1s)
up to 16 kA (1s)
Rated peak withstand current
up to 40 kA
up to 50 kA
IAC internal arc resistance classification
AF up to 16 kA (1s)
IP protection rating
IP4X
Service conditions:
Ambient temperature
- peak short-time
+ 40°C
- highest day average
+ 35°C
- highest annual average
+ 20°C
- lowest long-term
- 25°C1)
Relative humidity of air
- highest day average
95%
- highest month average
90%
- highest day average vapour pressure
2,2 kPa
- highest month average vapour pressure
1,8 kPa
Atmosphere at the place of installation no significant contamination with salt, vapour,
dust, smoke, flammable or corrosive gasses and
lack of icing, frosting and dewing
Installation altitude up to 1000 m asl2)
Vibrations vibrations caused by external factors
or earthquakes negligible

Note:
*1) Unless the manufacturer of instrumentation & control and protection devices has specified otherwise.
*2) If the switchgear installation altitude is higher than 1000 m ASL should corrected by an indicator in accordance with the guidelines of item 2.2.1 of the PN-EN 62271-1 standard.

Rated power of transformers that can be connected and disconnected using GTR 2V disconnectors, depending on voltages on the MV side:
Rated network voltage Rated current Max. transformer power
6 kV 60,6 A 630 kVA
10 kV 57,7 A 1000 kVA
15 kV 48,1 A 1250 kVA
20 kV 46,2 A 1600 kVA

In case of transformers with higher powers please contact the switchgear manufacturer.
In Rotoblok type switchgear typical fuse links are used acc. to the IEC 282-1, DIN 43625 standard, with thermal protection.

Rotoblok type switchgear bay design

The design of each bay includes elements constructed with zinc-coated metal sheet, and bolted or riveted together. The construction of each bay ensures the possibility of easy assembly in any switchgear unit, and also rapid disassembly (e.g. in order to carry single bays into the station) and custom reconfiguration. Each bay may be constructed wider than its standard dimension. This solution is used when replacing older large size switchgears (e.g. Rue, M20) with a Rotoblok switchgear, when problems may occur with shifting the old cables to a new attachment point.

Each bay has two compartments, that is, the frame and the main disconnector shaft form a mechanical and electrical partition between the lower part of the switchgear and the primary busbar circuit. After opening the bay doors touching the primary busbar circuit is impossible. Each bay is equipped with a lower earthing switch (in a transformer bay it is installed under the fuse bases).

Each bay has a system of mechanical interlocks, which fulfils two primary tasks:

  • prevents opening the door of any compartment before its power supply is switched off and the earthing switch is closed; therefore it prevents electric shock,
  • forces the proper sequence of the switching operations.

Capacitive voltage dividers used in the bays allow checking for lack of voltage, and safe phase testing from the front side of the bay, in a safe manner, using a LV bipolar indicator without needing to open the bay doors. Additionally, inspection windows installed in the doors allow the observation of each element in the bay, for example: open circuits, condition of transformers, chambers, connections, etc.

An auxiliary circuits compartment is located at the top of the circuit breaker bay, used to install such elements as: terminal strips, relays, batteries, additional (or primary) protection modules, etc.

Switching devices

The main devices used in the aforementioned bays include:

  • GTR1, GTR 2, GTR 2V type switch disconnectors (ZPUE)
  • GTR 4, GTR 4W type disconnectors (ZPUE)
  • circuit breakers by leading manufacturers
View of the GTR 1 switch disconnector in the “on” position
Rotoblok - Widok rozłącznika GTR 1 w pozycji „załącz”

1 - galvanized steel frame
2,3 - resin insulators
4 - fixed contacts
5 - primary isolating shaft
6 - mobile contacts
7 - arc-quenching contact
8 - lower grounding switch
9 - grounding switch contact
10 - switch disconnector socket
11 - grounding switch socket
12 - switch disconnector position indicator
13 - voltage indicator
14 - grounding switch position indicator
15 - door interlock leaver

View of the GTR 2V switch disconnector in the “on” position
Rotoblok - Widok rozłącznika GTR 2V w pozycji “załącz”

1 - zinc-coated steel frame
2,3 - resin insulators
4 - fixed contacts
5 - main insulating shaft
6 - moving contacts
7 - arcing moving contact
8 - lower earthing switch
9 - earthing switch contact
10 - charging socket and charging indicator
11 - “on”/“off” switch
12 - earthing switch socket
13 - switch disconnector position indicator
14 - voltage indicator
15 - earthing switch position indicator
16 - door interlock lever
17 - fuse link position indicator
18 - fuse base
19 - fuse link
20 - post insulator or capacitive voltage divider

Feeder bay with manual drive

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - Feeder bay with manual drive

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with manual drive

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with manual drive

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with manual drive

* Rotoblok 17,5 kV switchgear depth
 
Standard equipment
  Device name Type Amount
1. Switch disconnector with a lower earthing switch GTR 1 or GTR 2 1
2. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
3. Capacitive voltage divider ZPUE 3
4. Cable clamp UKZ 3
5. Cable termination   3
6. Cable   3
7. Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
8. Switch disconnector socket (for GTR 1)   1
9. Charging socket and indicator (for GTR 2)   1
10. “On”/“off” switch (for GTR 2)   1
11. Earthing switch socket   1
12. Inspection window   1
13. Window which allows the use of a
torch to check the position of
contacts in case of a lighting failure
  3
14. Warning plate   1
15. Door handle   1
 
Additional equipment at the customer's request
a Short-circuit current indicator attached by cable 1
b Short-circuit current indicator attached by busbar 3

Feeder bay with motor drive

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - Feeder bay with motor drive

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with motor drive

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with motor drive

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - Feeder bay with motor drive

* Rotoblok 17,5 kV switchgear depth
Standard equipment
  Device name
Type Amount
1. Switch disconnector with a lower earthing switch and motor drive adapted for remote control via cables or via radio GTR 1M or GTR 2M 1
2. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
3. Capacitive voltage divider ZPUE 3
4. Cable clamp UKZ 3
5. Cable termination   3
6. Cable   3
7. Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
8. Switch disconnector socket (for GTR 1M)   1
9. Charging socket and indicator (for GTR 2M)   1
10. “On”/“off” switch (for GTR 2M)   1
11. Earthing switch socket   1
12. Inspection window   1
13. Window which allows the use of a torch to check the position of contacts in case of a lighting failure   3
14. Warning plate   1
15. Door handle   1
16. Control panel for motor drive   1
17. “Close” button   1
18. “Open” button   1
19. Operation mode selection switch   1
20. Auxiliary circuits compartment   1
Additional equipment at the customer's request
a Short-circuit current indicator attached by cable 1
b Short-circuit current indicator attached by busbar 3

Transformer bay design

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - Transformer bay design

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - Transformer bay design

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - Transformer bay design

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - Transformer bay design

* Rotoblok 17,5 kV switchgear depth
Standard equipment
  Device name Type Amount
1. Fuse switch disconnector with earthing switch GTR 2V 1
2. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
3. Post insulator IPA 3
4. Cable clamp UKZ 3
5. Cable termination   3
6. Cable   3
7. Charging socket and indicator   1
8. “On”/“off” switch   1
9. Earthing switch socket   1
10. Inspection window   1
11. Window which allows the use of a torch to check the position of contacts in case of a lighting failure   3
12. Warning plate   1
13. Door handle   1
14. Fuse base which forms an integral part of the switch disconnector   1
15. Fuse link   1
Additional equipment at the customer's request
a Fuse switch disconnector with earthing switch and motor drive GTR 2VM 1
b Capacitive voltage divider   3
c Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
d Tripping coil   1
e Gland for cable entry with the use of a tripping coil   1
Note!
The earthing switch in the switch disconnector earths the lower part of the fuse link.

Tripping coil operation in a transformer bay with gas-flow protection or thermal protection of the transformer

Rotoblok - Tripping coil operation in a transformer bay with gas-flow protection or thermal protection of the transformer

Note!
Cable cross-section and protection currents should be selected according to the tripping coil supply voltage.

Bus coupler bay design

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - Bus coupler bay design

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - Bus coupler bay design

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - Bus coupler bay design

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - Bus coupler bay design

* Rotoblok 17,5 kV switchgear depth
Standard equipment
  Device name Type Amount
1. Disconnector with a lower earthing switch GTR 4 1
2. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
3. Post insulator or capacitive voltage divider ZPUE or IPA 3
4. Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
5. Disconnector socket   1
6. Earthing switch socket   1
7. Inspection window   1
8. Window which allows the use of a torch to check the position of contacts in case of a lighting failure   3
9. Warning plate   1
10. Door handle   1
Additional equipment at the customer's request
a Switch disconnector with a lower earthing switch GTR 2 1
b Switch disconnector with a lower earthing switch and motor drive GTR 1M or GTR 2M 1
Note!
The construction of a bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch is possible

RWT type bay design

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - RWT type bay design

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - RWT type bay design

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - RWT type bay design

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - RWT type bay design

Standard equipment
  Device name
Type Amount
1. Circuit breaker SWITCH S 1
2. Disconnector with a lower earthing switch GTR 4 1
3. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
4. Capacitive voltage divider ZPUE 3
5. Cable clamp UKZ 3
6. Cable termination   3
7. Cable   3
8. Current transformer operating with the protection system IP 24 / PP-20W / PP-15W 3
9. Protection system Mupasz / REF MiCOM 1
10. Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
11. Disconnector socket   1
12. Earthing switch socket   1
13. Inspection window   1
14. Window which allows the use of a torch to check the position of contacts in case of a lighting failure   1
15. Warning plate   1
16. Door handle   1
17. Auxiliary circuits compartment   1
18. Charging socket   1
19. “ON” button   1
20. “OFF” button   1
21. Charging indication   1
23. Control switches and lamps   1
24. Cable tray   1
25. Load-bearing frame   1

RWS type bay design

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - RWS type bay design

Front view

Front view Rotoblok - RWS type bay design

Inside front view

Inside front view Rotoblok - RWS type bay design

Inside side view

Inside side view Rotoblok - RWS type bay design

Standard equipment
  Unit
Type Amount
1. Circuit breaker SWITCH S 1
2. Disconnector with a lower earthing switch GTR 4 1
3. Busbar circuit P 40x5 / P 40x10 3
4. Capacitive voltage divider ZPUE 3
8. Current transformer operating with the protection system IP 24 / PP-20W / PP-15W 3
9. Protection system Mupasz / REF MiCOM 1
10. Neon voltage indicator operating with the capacitive voltage divider   1
11. Disconnector socket   1
12. Earthing switch socket   1
13. Inspection window   1
14. Window which allows the use of a torch to check the position of contacts in case of a lighting failure   1
15. Warning plate   1
16. Door handle   1
17. Auxiliary circuits compartment   1
18. Charging socket   1
19. „ON” button   1
20. „OFF” button   1
21. Charging indication   1
23. Control switches and lamps   1
24. Cable tray   1
25. Load-bearing frame   1
26. Insulating bushing   1

Control circuits panel: “auxiliary circuits compartment”

The auxiliary circuits compartment (17) contains control strips, protection units, control & metering devices and buttons. Based on documentation provided by the customer, the manufacturer determines the position of the auxiliary circuit devices in the switchgear. Auxiliary circuit leads and cables are placed in the compartment in cable trays, and exit the compartment through glands. The auxiliary circuits in the remaining compartments run in protection tubes. The bypass circuits between adjacent bays run in trays. It is recommended that auxiliary circuit cables are run from individual distribution bays to the control room in a cable duct or on cable ladders installed on the walls.

Construction method for a cable duct under the Rotoblok type MV switchgears

Figures 1, 2, 3 present a cable duct construction proposal. The cable bending radius (which depends on its outside diameter, according to PBUE) should taken into account when establishing the dry and oil cables duct depth. It is possible to avoid or reduce the depth of the cable duct by using a raised base or a raised floor.

Fig. 1 Top view - version with a common duct along the Rotoblok switchgear

Top view - version with a common duct along the Rotoblok switchgear

 
 

Note!: Minimum distance from the wall 30 mm
1) Example bays with a width of 700, 700, 900 mm (respectively, from the left)
2) Duct under the switchgear.

Fig. 2 Top view - version with separate outgoing feeders and cable entries at the rear of the Rotoblok switchgear

Top view - version with separate outgoing feeders and cable entries at the rear of the Rotoblok switchgear

* - Rotoblok 17,5 kV switchgear depth

Note!: Minimum distance from the wall 30 mm
1) Example bays with a width of 1000, 900 mm (respectively, from the left)
2) Duct under the switchgear.

Fig. 3 Side view

Rotoblok - Widok z boku

Dry single-core cable
Cable cross-section (mm2) Bending radius (mm) Duct depth K (mm)
50 370 400
70 400 430
95 440 470
120 470 500
150 500 550
185 540 600
240 590 700

Rotoblok switchgear cable connections

Switch disconnector and circuit breaker feeder bays
Cable type Cable termination
Manufacturer Type Cable cross-section [mm2]

 

Single core, with plastic insulation
e.g. YHAKXs, YHKX, XUHAKXs,
XRUHKs, ...
CELLPACK CHE-I 24kV 25-150
70-240
CAE-I 24kV 35-120
70-240
CAESK-I 24kV 70-150
120-240
Nexans (EUROMOLD) ITK224 (stretch sleeve) 25-240
AIP20 (slip-on) 25-120
AIS20 (slip-on) 70-300
AIN20 (slip-on) 25-1200
24MONOi1 (shrink sleeve) 25-240
TYCO ELECTRONIC Rated voltage Typ (stretch sleeve)  
6/10 POLT-12xxx 25-1200
8,7/15 i 12/20 POLT-24xxx 25-800
18/30 POLT-42xxx 35-800

*) Note: The manufacturer should be consulted regarding the manner of connection of cables and used terminations

Transformer bays
Single core, with plastic insulation e.g.
YHAKXs, YHKX, XUHAKXs,
XRUHKs, ...
As in feeder bays
Tri-core oil-filled with paper insulation
saturated with non-running saturant
and common coating, e.g.: HAKnFta,
KnY, KnFTA, ...
The manufacturer should be consulted
regarding the manner of connection of cables and used terminations

Note:
In all cases a cable duct is required under the switchgears. As an option, the switchgear may be placed on a raised base or on a raised floor. In case other type of terminations is used, please contact the manufacturer.

Rotoblok type switchgear bay versions

Side view of a circuit breaker or switch disconnector bay

Rotoblok - Side view of a circuit breaker or switch disconnector bay

Side view of an MV circuit breaker bay

Rotoblok - Side view of an MV circuit breaker bay

Side view of a switchgear with a busbar bridge combining two sections placed on opposite sides of a corridor - example solution

Rotoblok - Side view of a switchgear with a busbar bridge combining two sections placed
on opposite sides of a corridor - example solution

* - Rotoblok switchgear 17,5 kV depth

Note:
Figures shown on subsequent pages are only an example of bay equipment. It is possible to adapt the bay configuration to specific requirements of the end user. In this case manufacturer should be asked to provide drawings.

RL1 (feeder bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - feeder bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - feeder bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RL4 (feeder bay with metering)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - feeder bay with metering

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - feeder bay with metering

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RT1 (transformer bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - transformer bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - transformer bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RS1L1) (bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RS4 (bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - bus coupler bay with disconnector or switch disconnector on the left side

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RP1 (metering bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - metering bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - metering bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RO1 (lightning arrester bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - lightning arrester bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - lightning arrester bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram.
1) It is possible to design the bay in mirrored version
2) It is possible to design the bus coupler bay without a lower earthing switch

RŁ2 (switch bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - switch bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - switch bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

Rtpwł4 (auxiliary transformer bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - auxiliary transformer bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - auxiliary transformer bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

RTpwł 25kVA + RT1 (bay with an auxiliary transformer with a max. power of 25 kVA)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - bay with an auxiliary transformer with a max. power of 25 kVA

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - bay with an auxiliary transformer with a max. power of 25 kVA

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

RWT (circuit breaker transformer bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - circuit breaker transformer bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - circuit breaker transformer bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

RWT3 (switch bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - switch bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - switch bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

RWTp14 (circuit breaker transformer bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - circuit breaker transformer bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - circuit breaker transformer bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

RWS (circuit breaker bus coupler bay)

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Rotoblok - circuit breaker bus coupler bay

Cross-section Front view

Cross-section Front view Rotoblok - circuit breaker bus coupler bay

Note:
Optional equipment was marked with red on the electrical diagram

MV switchgear (medium voltage)

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