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O & M Manual for 1600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900& Non-Automatic, 3-Position Fixed Mount ContactorBased Transfer SwitchInstruction BookletDescriptionIntroduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Receiving, Handling, and Storage . . . .Equipment Description . . . . . . . . . . . .Installation and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . .Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Testing and Problem Solving . . . . . . . .Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Renewal Parts Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . .ATC-300 Contactor Based ATS QuickIB140030ENPage.Start Instructions. 2. 5. 6.13.19.21.23.24.25.26For more information visit: www.eaton.com

Instruction BookletPage 21600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 2015Section 1:WARNING1.1 Preliminary Comments and Safety PrecautionsREAD AND UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED HEREINAFTER BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO UNPACK, ASSEMBLE, OPERATE,OR MAINTAIN THIS EQUIPMENT.HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE TRANSFER SWITCHENCLOSURES THAT CAN CAUSE DEATH OR SEVERE PERSONALINJURY. FOLLOW PROPER INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES TO AVOID THESE VOLTAGES.TRANSFER SWITCH EQUIPMENT COVERED BY THIS INSTRUCTIONBOOK IS DESIGNED AND TESTED TO OPERATE WITHIN ITS NAMEPLATE RATINGS. OPERATION OUTSIDE OF THESE RATINGS MAYCAUSE THE EQUIPMENT TO FAIL RESULTING IN DEATH, SERIOUSBODILY INJURY, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. ALL RESPONSIBLEPERSONNEL SHOULD LOCATE THE DOOR MOUNTED EQUIPMENTNAMEPLATE AND BE FAMILIAR WITH THE INFORMATION PROVIDEDON THE NAMEPLATE. A TYPICAL EQUIPMENT NAMEPLATE ISSHOWN IN FIGURE 1.J050412234Cat No:Style No:GO No:ATC3C3X31600XRUABC0123Volts: 480Poles: 3Amps: 1600Phase: z: 60Wire: 3/4This technical document is intended to cover most aspects associated with the installation, application, operation, and maintenance of the Automatic Transfer Controller (ATC-300 /800)controlled contactor based ATS rated at 1600 amperes (A). It isprovided as a guide for authorized and qualified personnel only.Please refer to the specific WARNING and CAUTION in Section1.1.2 before proceeding. If further information is required by thepurchaser regarding a particular installation, application, or maintenance activity, please contact an authorized Eaton sales representative or the installing contractor.1.1.1 Warranty and Liability InformationNo warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties of fitness for a particular purpose of merchantability, or warrantiesarising from course of dealing or usage of trade, are made regarding the information, recommendations and descriptions containedherein. In no event will Eaton be responsible to the purchaser oruser in contract, in tort (including negligence), strict liability orotherwise for any special, indirect, incidental or consequentialdamage or loss whatsoever, including but not limited to damageor loss of use of equipment, plant or power system, cost of capital, loss of power, additional expenses in the use of existingpower facilities, or claims against the purchaser or user by itscustomers resulting from the use of the information and descriptions contained herein.1.1.2 Safety Precautions30 - 43465All safety codes, safety standards, and/or regulations must bestrictly observed in the installation, operation, and maintenanceof this device.Figure 1. Typical Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) EquipmentNameplate.All possible contingencies that may arise during installation, operation, or maintenance, and all details and variations of this equipment do no purport to be covered by these instructions. If furtherinformation is desired by the purchaser regarding a particularinstallation, operation, or maintenance of particular equipment,please contact an authorized Eaton Sales Representative or theinstalling contractor.WARNINGTHE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS INCLUDED AS PART OF THE PROCEDURAL STEPS IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE FOR PERSONAL SAFETYAND PROTECTION OF EQUIPMENT FROM DAMAGE. AN EXAMPLEOF A TYPICAL WARNING LABEL HEADING IS SHOWN ABOVE TOFAMILIARIZE PERSONNEL WITH THE STYLE OF PRESENTATION.THIS WILL HELP TO INSURE THAT PERSONNEL ARE ALERT TOWARNINGS, WHICH APPEAR THROUGHOUT THE DOCUMENT. INADDITION, WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ARE ALL UPPER CASE ANDBOLDFACE.CAUTIONCOMPLETELY READ AND UNDERSTAND THE MATERIAL PRESENTEDIN THIS DOCUMENT BEFORE ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION, OPERATION, OR APPLICATION OF THE EQUIPMENT. IN ADDITION, ONLYQUALIFIED PERSONS SHOULD BE PERMITTED TO PERFORM ANYWORK ASSOCIATED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT. ANY WIRINGINSTRUCTIONS PRESENTED IN THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE FOLLOWED PRECISELY. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD CAUSE PERMANENTEQUIPMENT DAMAGE.For more information visit: www.eaton.comIB140030EN

Instruction Booklet1600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer Switch1.2 General InformationTransfer switches are used to protect critical electrical loadsagainst loss of power. The load’s Source 1 power source isbacked up by a Source 2 power source. A transfer switch isconnected to both the Source 1 and Source 2 power sources andsupplies the load with power from one of the two sources. In theevent that power is lost from Source 1, the transfer switch transfers the load to the Source 2 power source. This transfer is automatic. Once Source 1 power is restored, the load isautomatically transferred back to the Source 1 power source(Figure 2).Source 2Source 1Effective: January 2015Page 3and the Source 2 power source fails while the Source 1 powersource is still unavailable, the ATS remains connected to theSource 2 power source.ATSs automatically perform the transfer function and includethree basic elements:1. A power contactor to connect and disconnect the load toand from either power source.2. Solenoids to make the transfer of the main contacts fromsource to source.3. Intelligence/supervisory circuits to constantly monitor thecondition of the power sources and thus provide the intelligence necessary for the switch and related circuit operation.In a Non-Auto transfer switch, the operator will change the position using a three position switch or three push button switchesmounted on the front door's device panel. The switches will correspond to Close S1, Trip, Close S21.2.1 Design ConfigurationThe Eaton contactor based ATS is a compact design that uses apower contactor to transfer essential loads from one powersource to another (Figure 3 [1600A]).POWERPANELLoadFigure 2. Typical Load Transfer Switch Schematic (ContactorType).In ATS equipment, the switch’s intelligence system initiates thetransfer when the Source 1 power fails, falls below, or risesabove a preset voltage. If the Source 2 power source is astandby generator, the ATS initiates generator startup and transfers to the Source 2 power source when sufficient generatorvoltage is available. When Source 1 power is restored, the ATSautomatically transfers back and initiates generator shutdown.In the event the Source 1 power source fails and the Source 2power source does not appear, the ATS remains connected tothe Source 1 power source until the Source 2 power source doesappear. Conversely, if connected to the Source 2 power sourceIB140030ENLOGICPANELVOLTAGE SELECTION &TRANSFORMER PANELFigure 3. Typical 1600A ATS with an ATC-300 .For more information visit: www.eaton.com

Instruction BookletPage 41600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 2015The Eaton contactor based ATS is designed with easy installationand simplified maintenance in mind. Three main panels comprisethe contactor based ATS design:1. Power panel;2. Voltage selection and transformer panel; and3. Microprocessor-based logic panel.Each panel is independently mounted with interconnecting wiring terminated at the connector receptacles on the ATC-300 /800 Controller.The 1600A contactor-based fixed-mount transfer switch enclosure is a seismic-approved, free standing design. Refer to Section 4 for specific mounting & modification details.Table 1. Withstand Ratings.VOLTAGE VAMPACITYFREQUENCY V240160050/60# OF PHASES SHORT CIRCUIT RATING, kA165480160050/60350, 60#, 200### - Suitable for use at 65kA when protected by the breakers detailed in Ill. 5 of File E38116Section General Volume 10, marked with an IR rating of 65kA or greater at 480V with anampere rating equal to or greater than 125% of the marked maximum transfer switchampacity rating.## - Suitable for use at 200kA when protected by fuse class and maximum fuse amperage asdescribed in Table 3.1.3 ATS Catalog Number IdentificationTransfer switch equipment catalog numbers provide a significantamount of relevant information that pertains to a particular pieceof equipment. The 1600A Catalog Number Identification Table(Table 2) provides the required interpretation information. Anexample is offered here to initially simplify the process.Example: Catalog Number (circled numbers correspond to positionheadings in Table 2).1 to 2345 to 6789 to 1213ATC3C3X31600X R U1415The catalog number ATC3C3X31600XRU describes an ATS witha 3 pole, 3 position Power Contactor mounted on a baseplatewithin the enclosure. The intelligence represented by the logicpanel is ATC-300 controller. The continuous current rating ofthis equipment is 1600A and applicable at 480 Vac, 60 Hz. Thetransfer switch equipment is enclosed in a NEMA 3R enclosureand is listed for UL applications.Table 2. 1600A Transfer Switch Catalog Number Explanation.POSITIONS 1 TO 2POSITION 3POSITION 4POSITIONS 5 TO 6BASIC DEVICESWITCHING DEVICECONTROL PANELSWITCHING DEVICEAutomatic Transfer SwitchNon AutomaticATNTContactor CATC-300 Controller 3ATC-900 Controller 93 Position Power Contactor3 Position w In-Phase to TDNPOSITION 7POSITION 8POSITIONS 9 TO 12POSITION 13POSITION 14SWITCHING DEVICEARRANGEMENTNUMBEROF POLESAMPERERATINGVOLTAGE/FREQUENCYENCLOSUREFixed Mount XTwo (2)1600A – 1600120 Vac/60 Hz AC3C5POSITION 15LISTINGType 1SUL/CSA Listing UNo ListingThree (3)208 Vac/60 Hz BType 3RRFour (4)240 Vac/60 Hz WOpen TypeK480 Vac/60 Hz XNEMA 12J220 Vac/50 Hz GNEMA 4XDX230 Vac/50 Hz M380 Vac/50 Hz H415 Vac/50 Hz OFor more information visit: www.eaton.comIB140030EN

Instruction Booklet1600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 2015Page 5Section 2: Receiving, Handling, andStorage1.4 Environmental Conditions1.4.1 Operational ConditionsNormally, an ATS is applied indoors in an electrical equipmentroom. In the appropriate enclosure, it can be used for outdoorapplications where the equipment is subject to falling rain, freezing temperatures, and no greater than 90% humidity (non-condensing). The ambient temperature range for operation isbetween -20 and 70 C (-4 to 158 F).1.5 GlossaryWith respect to their use within this document and as they relateto transfer switch and controller operation, the following terminology is defined.AvailableA source is defined as “available” when it is within its undervoltage/overvoltage/ underfrequency/overfrequency (if applicable)setpoint ranges for the nominal voltage and frequency setting.2.1 ReceivingEvery effort is made to ensure that the ATS equipment arrives atits destination undamaged and ready for installation. Packing isdesigned to protect internal components as well as the enclosure. Care should be exercised, however, to protect the equipment from impact at all times. Do not remove the protectivepackaging until the equipment is ready for installation.When the ATS equipment reaches its destination, the customershould inspect the shipping container for any obvious signs ofrough handling and/or external damage that occurred duringtransportation. Record any external and internal damage forreporting to the transportation carrier and Eaton, once a thorough inspection is complete. All claims should be as specific aspossible and include the catalog and General Order numbers.ConnectedConnected is defined as when the input is shorted by an externalcontact or connection.A shipping label affixed to the shipping container includes a variety of equipment and customer information, such as GeneralOrder Number and catalog numbers. Make certain that thisinformation matches other shipping paper information.Failed or FailsA source is defined as “failed” when it is outside of the applicable voltage and frequency setpoint ranges for the nominal voltage and frequency setting for a time exceeding 0.5 secondsafter the time delay emergency fail (TDEF) time delays expires.Each transfer switch is packed securely with appropriate shipping materials to prevent damage during shipment. Do notremove or discard the packing material until the equipment isready for installation.FailsafeFailsafe is a feature that prevents disconnection from the onlyavailable power source and also forces a transfer or re-transferoperation to the only available power source.Re-TransferRe-transfer is defined as a change of the load connection fromthe Source 2 to the Source 1.Once the top packaging is removed from the shipment, theenclosure door can be opened. A plastic bag of documents willbe found in the enclosure, usually attached to the inside of theenclosure. Important documents, such as test reports, wiringdiagrams, and appropriate instruction leaflets, are enclosedwithin the bag and should be filed in a safe place.2.2 HandlingSource 1Source 1 is the primary source (normal source, normal powersource, or normal).As previously mentioned, ATS equipment is packaged for forkliftmovement. Protect the equipment from impact at all times andDO NOT double stack.Source 2Source 2 is the secondary source (emergency source, emergency power source, emergency, standby, or backup source).Once the equipment is at the installation location and ready tobe installed, packaging material can be removed and discarded.Once the enclosure is unbolted from the wooden pallet, it can behand moved to its installation position. Be careful not to damage the top or bottom enclosure mounting flanges. Refer toSection 4 of this manual for specific installation instructions.Source 1: Failed or FailsSource 1 is defined as “failed” when it is outside of its undervoltage/overvoltage/ underfrequency/overfrequency (if applicable) setpoint ranges for the nominal voltage and frequencysetting.Source 2: Failed or FailsSource 2 is defined as “failed” when it is outside of its undervoltage/overvoltage/ underfrequency/overfrequency (if applicable) setpoint ranges for the nominal voltage and frequencysetting for a time exceeding 0.5 seconds after the Time DelayEmergency Fail (TDEF) time delay expires.TransferTransfer is defined as a change of the load connection from theSource 1 to the Source 2 power source.UnconnectedUnconnected is defined as when the input is not shorted by anexternal contact or connection.IB140030EN2.3 StorageAlthough well packaged, this equipment is not suitable for outdoor storage. The equipment warranty will not be applicable ifthere is evidence of outdoor storage. If the equipment is to bestored indoors for any period of time, it should be stored with itsprotective packaging material in place. Protect the equipment atall times from excessive moisture, construction dirt, corrosiveconditions, and other contaminants.It is strongly suggested that the package-protected equipmentbe stored in a climate-controlled environment with temperaturesfrom -30 to 85 C (-22 to 185 F) and with a relative humidity of80% or less. DO NOT, under any circumstance, stack otherequipment on top of a transfer switch equipment enclosure,whether packaged or not.For more information visit: www.eaton.com

Instruction BookletPage 61600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 2015Section 3:Equipment DescriptionSOURCE 13.1 GeneralThe ATS consists of three basic panels:1. The power panel;SOURCE 22. The voltage selection and transformer panel; and3. The microprocessor-based logic panel.These panels are interconnected via connector plugs andmounted in an enclosure (Figure 4).OPERATINGMECHANISMPOWERPANELLOADFigure 5. 1600A Contactor Layout.3.3 Voltage Selection3.3.1 North American Voltage Selection (120, 208, 240,480, 60 Hz)LOGICPANELThe North American market voltage selection panel consists ofmulti-tap transformers, contained in a steel case mounted in thetransfer switch enclosure (Figure 6). The cover has two connectors on it, with the one on the right being selectable dependingon the voltage applied to S1 and S2. The transformer unit is easily removed by removing the two front screws and disconnectingthe two plugs. The rear of the transformer enclosure has twoflanges that are inserted into two slots. The voltage is selectedby simply removing the plug from the default selected voltage onthe cover plate and installing the plug to the desired availablevoltage. Plugs are provided for 120 to 480 Vac to satisfy anyrequired North American market application voltage. The factorydefault position is 480 Vac. There is a similar selection panel forinternational voltages.VOLTAGE SELECTION& TRANSFORMER PANELFigure 4. Three Basic Panels of the ATS (1600A).3.2 Power PanelThe power panel is used for making load, power, and neutralconnections. The power contactor is mounted on a steel baseplate (Figure 5).3.2.1Main ContactsThis ATS incorporates a power contactor. The main contactsconnect and disconnect the load to and from the different powersources. The power contactor is mechanically and electricallyinterlocked to prevent the two sets of main contacts from beingclosed simultaneously.For more information visit: www.eaton.comIB140030EN

Instruction Booklet1600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 2015Page 73.4 ATC-300 Logic PanelDANGERWHEN CHANGING THE VOLTAGE SELECTION, THE POWER MUST BEREMOVED FROM THE TRANSFER SWITCH. ALWAYS VERIFY THATNO VOLTAGE IS PRESENT ON EQUIPMENT PRIOR TO SERVICING.FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD LEAD TO DEATH ORSEVERE INJURY. WHILE ENERGIZED, AN ARC FLASH AND SHOCKHAZARD EXISTS. CONSULT NFPA 70E AND OSHA GUIDELINES FOROPERATOR SAFETY PRIOR TO SERVICING, INSPECTING OR OPERATING EQUIPMENT.The ATC-300 is a microprocessor-based transfer switch logiccontrol package. The hardware and software of the controllercontain the intelligence/supervisory circuits that constantly monitor the condition of the power sources. It provides the intelligence necessary for the operation of the ATS (Figure 7).Figure 7. ATC-300 Logic Control Panel.The ATC-300 controller has an operating temperature of-20 to 70 C (-4 to 158 F).The controller circuit board is protected by an insulating conformal coating.The specifications, under normal operating conditions, are as follows: Tolerance for voltage sensing function: 1% of full scale Tolerance for frequency sensing function: 0.3 Hz of settingFigure 6. North American Market Voltage Selection Terminals.IB140030ENFor more information visit: www.eaton.com

Instruction BookletPage 81600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 20153.5 Features5K. All Phase Overvoltage/OverfrequencyAdjustable Overvoltage:Dropout: 105 - 110% of nominalPickup: 103% to (Dropout –2%) of nominalA variety of standard and optional features are available for EatonATSs. All features or combinations of features may not be available on specific ATSs. All features and/or accessories are Underwriters Laboratories (UL) listed unless noted. See specificcontroller Instruction Booklets for additional options and standards.3.5.1 Standard FeaturesThe following is a list of the standard features of the ATC-300 Controller. Please also look at the ATC-300 Controller instruction booklet. The ATC-900 controller has many new standard features compared to the ATC-300 . If the ATC-900 is used on theswitch, please see the ATC-900's Instruction Booklet for theseadditional user features.1.Adjustable Overfrequency:Dropout: 103 - 105% of nominalPickup: 101% to (Dropout -1Hz) of nominal5L.For a 3-phase wye source, this feature monitors phase voltage ratios. Voltage unbalance (%) is calculated as the difference between the maximum and minimum phasevoltage, divided by the minimum phase voltage. Userselectable setpoints are available for dropout and pickupunbalance settings (minimum 2% differential). Dropout isadjustable from 5 to 20%. Pickup is adjustable from 3 to(Dropout –2%). A setpoint for user-selectable time delayfrom 10 to 30 seconds is provided. The factory defaultsetpoints are: 5% dropout, 3% pickup, and 30 secondstime delay. A user-selectable setpoint for enable and disable is also provided.Time Delay Normal to Emergency (TDNE)This feature provides a time delay when transferring fromthe Source 1 to the Source 2 power source. Timing beginswhen Source 2 becomes available. It permits controlledtransfer of the load circuit to Source 2.Adjustable 0 - 1800 Seconds2.3.When an unbalance condition is detected on Source 2, theUnbalance Timer (TD UNBAL) starts timing. After TDUNBAL times out, Source 2 is declared “failed”.Time Delay on Engine Starting (TDES)This feature provides a time delay of the signal to initiate theengine/generator start cycle in order to override momentarypower outages or voltage fluctuations of Source 1.Adjustable 0 - 120 SecondsTime Delay Emergency to Normal (TDEN)For a 3-phase delta source, this feature should be turnedoff via the VOLT UNBAL setpoint.6.Adjustable 0 - 1800 SecondsTime Delay for Engine Cool-down (TDEC)This feature provides a time delay of the signal to initiate theengine/generator stop cycle after the re-transfer operation.This allows the engine/generator to cool down by runningunloaded. Timing begins on completion of the re-transfercycle.Adjustable 0 - 1800 Seconds5.Source 2 Monitoring and ProtectionThis feature provides monitoring and protection based on theSource 2 voltage and/or frequency setpoints. All feature 5functions are “failsafe” operations.5H. Phase ReversalFor a 3-phase wye source, this feature monitors the phasesequence of the sources. If a source does not have thesame ABC or CBA sequence as the setpoint value, thatsource will be considered “Unavailable.For a 3-phase delta source, this feature should be turned offvia the PHASE REV setpoint.5J. All Phase Undervoltage and Underfrequency ProtectionAdjustable Undervoltage:Dropout: 78 - 97% of nominalPickup: (Dropout 2%) to 99% of nominalAdjustable Underfrequency:Dropout: 90 - 97% of nominalPickup: (Dropout 1Hz) to 99% of nominalTest OperatorsEaton ATSs are provided with a Test Pushbutton that simulates a loss of the Source 1 power source as standard (Feature 6B). All programmed time delays (TDNE, TDEN, etc.)will be performed as part of the Test. Engine run time ofthe Test is equal to the Plant Exerciser (Feature 23) programmed setpoint. All Tests are Failsafe protected.This feature provides a time delay of the re-transfer operation to permit stabilization of Source 1. Timing begins whenSource 1 becomes available. If Source 2 fails during timing,then re-transfer is immediate, overriding the time delay.4.Source 2 3-Phase Voltage Unbalance6B.Test PushbuttonProgrammable setpoints include:1. Load, No Load Testing, or Disabled and2. Engine run time is equal to the Plant ExerciserFeature 23) setting.7.Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)This feature provides a time delay that prevents a connected emergency source from being declared “failed” inorder to override momentary generator fluctuations. If theSource 2 power source remains in the failed state then, 0.5seconds after the TDEF timer expires, the transfer switchwill proceed with the programmed sequence for re-transfer.This time delay is only implemented when the Source 2power source is a generator.Adjustable 0 - 6 Seconds8.Time Delay Bypass PushbuttonThis feature provides a way (by pushing the Help and Steppushbutton simultaneously) to bypass the TDNE (Feature 1)and/or TDEN (Feature 2) time delays. The Time DelayBypass function, when activated by pushing the Help andStep pushbutton simultaneously, will reduce any or all ofthe programmed time delay to zero.For more information visit: www.eaton.comIB140030EN

Instruction Booklet1600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer Switch8C.Bypass TDENThis feature provides a membrane pushbutton to bypassthe TDEN time delay.8D.This feature provides for automatic test operation of thegenerator. Available test cycles are daily, 7, 14, or 28days with duration equal to the programmed engine testtime.Bypass TDNEProgrammable setpoints allow for selection of three testcycles:Power Source Annunciation Engine Start/Run Only (No Load); Exercise with Load Transfer; or Disabled This is a “Failsafe” operation.This feature provides LEDs to give switch position andpower source availability indications.Switch PositionProvides LEDs to indicate the switch position.12C. Source 1 - Source ConnectedThis feature provides a green LED that, when lit, indicatesthe load is connected to Source 1.12D. Source 2 - Source ConnectedThis feature provides a red LED that, when lit, indicatesthe load is connected to Source 2.Power Source AvailabilityProvides LEDs to indicate if a power source is available.LEDs may be integral or separate from the controller.12G. Source 1 - AvailableThis feature provides a white LED that, when lit, indicatesSource 1 is available.12H. Source 2 - AvailableThis feature provides an amber LED that, when lit, indicates Source 2 is available.14.Relay Auxiliary Contacts: This feature provides form “C”relay auxiliary contacts14G. Source 1 Present: Provides two (2) normally open and two(2) normally closed contacts. The relay is energized whenSource 1 is available.14H. Source 2 Present: Provides two (2) normally open and two(2) normally closed contacts. The relay is energized whenSource 2 is available.15.Switch Position Indication ContactThis feature provides a contact that indicates if the powerswitching device is in the “Open” or “Closed” position.15E. Source 1 Position Indication ContactThis feature provides 1 Dry Form “C” contact that indicates the position of the Source 1 power-switching device.15F. Source 2 Position Indication ContactThis feature provides 1 Dry Form “C” contact that indicates the position of the Source 2 power-switching device.23.26.Source 1 - Monitoring and ProtectionThis feature provides Source 1 monitoring and protectionfunctions. If the Source 1 power supply fails, then theATC-300 will begin the sequence of operations necessary to transfer the load circuit to the Source 2 powersource. All Feature 26 monitoring and protection functions are “failsafe” operations.26D. Go to Source 2This feature provides the capability for an external contactopening to initiate a load power transfer to the Source 2power source. This includes starting the engine/generator,performing the programmed time delays, and the transferoperation. Re-transfer will occur when the external contact is closed or under a “failsafe” condition. A connectionpoint on the controller for the connection of an externalcontact is included.26H. Phase Reversal ProtectionFor a 3-phase wye source, this feature monitors the phasesequence of the sources. If a source does not have thesame ABC or CBA sequence as the phase reversal setpoint, the source will be considered “Unavailable”.For a 3-phase delta source, this feature should be turnedoff via the PHASE REV setpoint.26J. All Phase Undervoltage and Underfrequency ProtectionAdjustable Undervoltage:Dropout: 78 - 97% of nominalPickup: (Dropout 2%) to 99% of nominalAdjustable Underfrequency:Dropout: 90 - 97% of nominalPickup: (Dropout 1Hz) to 99% of nominal26K. All Phase Overvoltage/OverfrequencyAdjustable Overvoltage:Dropout: 105 - 110% of nominalPickup:103% to (Dropout –2%) of nominalAdjustable Overfrequency:Dropout: 103 - 105% of nominalPickup: 101% to (Dropout -1Hz) of nominalPlant Exerciser (PE)This feature provides a means for automatic testing of theengine/generator set or standby power system. All programmed time delays will be performed during plant exerciser operations.IB140030ENPage 923K. Plant Exerciser Selectable – Disabled/1/7/14/28 Day IntervalThis feature provides a membrane pushbutton to bypassthe TDNE time delay.12.Effective: January 2015For more information visit: www.eaton.com

Instruction BookletPage 101600A (480 Vac) ATC-300 /900 & Non-Automatic,3-Position Fixed Mount Contactor Based Transfer SwitchEffective: January 201526L. Source 1 3-Phase Voltage UnbalanceFor a 3-phase wye source, this feature monitors phasevoltage ratios. Voltage unbalance (%) is calculated as thedifference between the maximum and minimum phase voltage, divided by the minimum phase voltage. User-selectable setpoints are available for dropout and pickupunbalance settings (minimum 2% differential). Dropout isadjustable from 5 to 20%. Pickup is adjustable from 3 to(Dropout –2%)). A setpoint for user-selectable time delayfrom 10 to 30 seconds is provided. The factory defaultsetpoints are: 5% dropout, 3% pickup, and 30 secondstime delay. A user-selectable setpoint for enable and disable is also provided.When an unbalance condition is detected on Source 1, theUnbalance Timer (TD UNBAL) starts timing. After TDUNBAL times out, Source 1 is declared “failed”.For a 3-phase delta source, this feature should be turnedoff via the VOLT UNBAL setpoint.29.Alternate Transfer Modes of OperationProvides standard or optional transfer modes, mode selection devices, and operational methods for ATSs.29J.Manual Re-Transfer (MANTR) (new feature)42.Provides transfer switch with seismic capability exceedingthe worst case Zone 4

the Source 1 power source until the Source 2 power source does appear. Conversely, if connected to the Source 2 power source and the Source 2 power source fails while the Source 1 power source is still unavailable, the ATS remains connected to the Source 2 power source. ATSs automatically perform the transfer function and include three basic .

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