3EK4 Medium-voltage Silicone Housed Surge Arrester

3EK4 Medium Voltage
Silicone Housed Surge Arresters
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Answers for energy.
3EK4 Optimum Performance
thanks to the unique Cage Design™
3EK4 – Housing Sizes
B
C
F
J
K
Your benefits at a glance
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Superior
The 3EK4’s superior electrical and
mechanical performance-to-weight ratio
is setting entirely new standards
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Safe
The 3EK4’s proven cage design
provides outstanding performance
in safety issues
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Long-lasting
With its high-quality directly molded
silicone housing, the 3EK4 surge
arrester features prevention of partial
discharges and ultimate protection
against moisture ingress for a long
service life
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R
3EK4 Cage Design
M12 stainless steel stud
Nut, washer, stainless steel
Standard clamp, stainless steel
Stainless steel end cap
End fitting
Silicone housing,
directly molded
Metal oxide varistor (MOV)
FRP* rods
End fitting
Stainless steel end cap
Nut, washer, stainless steel
M12 stainless steel stud
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Best Protection Choice
The 3EK4 surge arresters from Siemens
offer the best choice for the protection
against power surges in mediumvoltage distribution systems. Its ratings
are suitable for system voltages (Um)
up to 40.5 kV.
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Superior Design
The 3EK4’s most innovative feature is
the Siemens cage design: Preloaded
fibre-reinforced plastic rods are used
for high mechanical strength and
optimized performance-to-weight
ratios.
The cage design also features
a directly molded silicone rubber
housing. The silicone is vulcanized
directly onto the metal oxide varistor
(MOV) blocks by using hightemperature and high-pressure
injection molding; this effectively
eliminates partial discharges and
moisture ingress.
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*FRP: Fibre-reinforced plastic
Superior Quality
The high-quality UV-resistant silicone
rubber is hydrophobic and repels
water and any pollution. It is resistant
to ozone, all common organic and
inorganic solvents and cleaning agents.
This results in excellent pollution
handling characteristics without any
ageing effects. It makes the 3EK4
perfect for applications in any
environment including industrial,
coastal or desert areas. The MOV blocks
used provide excellent residual voltage
values for lightning and switching
impulses to protect distribution
transformers. Additionally they also
do not suffer from ageing effects.
This makes the 3EK4 surge arrester
a long-lasting asset with lowest
life-cycle costs.
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Superior Safety
Siemens believes that safety is
paramount. This is why a silicone
rubber housing is used which is flameretardant and self-extinguishing.
Further the content of combustible
material in the fibreglass structure has
been mimized so that any fire hazard is
reduced to an absolute minimum.
The 3EK4 surge arrester has also been
extensively type tested. Notably it has
passed the short circuit type test
according to Edition 2.2 of IEC 60099-4.
In this test the surge arrester has
successfully demonstrated its safe
behavior under realistic fault conditions
using the so called pre-failing method
(no use of fuse wires). The 3EK4
ensures the safety of personnel,
the public and the network.
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3EK4 Surge Arresters According to IEC 60099-4
Nominal discharge current In
8/20 μs
10 kA
Line discharge class (LDC)
1
Maximum continuous operating voltage Uc
28.8 kV
Rated voltage Ur
36 kV
Long duration current impulse
2 ms
325 A
High current pressure relief
20 kA
Low current pressure relief
600 A
High-current impulse
4/10 μs
100 kA
Specified long-term load SLL (Mstat)
175 Nm
Specified short-term load SSL (Mdyn)
250 Nm
Energy absorption capability (thermal)
3.5 kJ/kVr
Table 1: 3EK4 surge arrester general technical data
Highest voltage
for equipment Um
Rated lightning impulse
withstand voltage
Solidly earthed
neutral system
Isolated
neutral system
Impedance earthed
neutral system
Resonant earthed
neutral system
[kV]
[kV]
2.75
30; 45; 60
3EK4 030-.C..
3EK4 050-.C..
3EK4 030-.C..
3EK4 050-.C..
3.6
20; 40
3EK4 030-.C..
3EK4 050-.C..
3EK4 030-.C..
3EK4 050-.C..
5.5
45; 60; 75
3EK4 050-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 050-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
7.2
40; 60
3EK4 060-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
8.25
60; 75; 95
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 120-.C..
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 120-.C..
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60; 75; 95
3EK4 090-.C..
3EK4 150-.C..
3EK4 120-.C..
3EK4 150-.C..
15.5
85; 110
3EK4 120-.C..
3EK4 210-.C..
3EK4 150-.C..
3EK4 210-.C..
17.5
95
3EK4 150-.C..
3EK4 220-.C..
3EK4 150-.C..
3EK4 220-.C..
24
125; 145
3EK4 180-.C..
3EK4 300-.C..
3EK4 210-.C..
3EK4 300-.C..
25
125; 145
3EK4 210-.C..
3EK4 330-.C..
3EK4 220-.C..
3EK4 330-.C..
27
150
3EK4 210-.C..
3EK4 360-.C..
3EK4 240-.C..
3EK4 360-.C..
30
160
3EK4 240-.C..
–
3EK4 270-.C..
–
36
170
3EK4 270-.C..
–
3EK4 330-.C..
–
38
125; 150; 200
3EK4 300-.C..
–
3EK4 330-.C..
–
190
3EK4 330-.C..
–
3EK4 360-.C..
–
40.5
Table 2: Typical 3EK4 surge arresters for system voltages according to IEC 60099-4
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Voltage per Unit [V/Ur]
1.25
Preheating to 40 °C
Preheating to 60 °C and stressed with
energy acc. to line discharge class
1.20
1.15
1.10
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.1
1
10
100
1000
Time in seconds 10000
Table 3: IEC power-frequency voltage vs. time (U-t) characteristic
Rated Continuous
voltage operating
Ur
voltage Uc
Maximum values of the residual voltages
at discharge currents of the following impulses
Part number
8/20 µs
1 kA
[kV]
8/20 µs
3 kA
[kV]
8/20 µs
5 kA
[kV]
8/20 µs
10 kA
[kV]
Housing
insulation
Lightning
Power
impulse
frequency
withstand withstand
8/20 µs 30/60 µs 30/60 µs
voltage
voltage
20 kA
125 kA
500 A
1.2/50 µs 1 min., wet
[kV]
[kV]
[kV]
[kV]
[kV]
[kV]
[kV]
3
2.4
3EK4 030-1CB4
6.4
7.1
7.4
8.0
9.1
5.8
6.1
65
6
4.8
3EK4 060-1CB4
12.7
14.2
14.8
15.9
18.3
11.6
12.2
9
7.2
3EK4 090-1CC4
19.1
21.2
22.2
23.9
27.4
17.4
12
9.6
3EK4 120-1CC4
25.4
28.3
29.6
31.8
36.6
15
12.0
3EK4 150-1CF4
31.8
35.4
37.0
39.8
18
14.4
3EK4 180-1CJ4
38.2
42.5
44.4
21
16.8
3EK4 210-1CJ4
44.5
49.5
24
19.2
3EK4 240-1CK4
50.9
27
21.6
3EK4 270-1CM4
30
24.0
33
36
Height
FlashH
Creepage over
Net
(see fig. 1) distance distance weight
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]
[kg]
27
96
280
112
0.8
65
27
96
280
112
0.9
18.4
87
36
137
420
150
1.2
23.2
24.5
87
36
137
420
150
1.3
45.7
29.0
30.6
99
41
160
550
170
1.6
47.7
54.9
34.8
36.7
123
51
204
690
212
2.0
51.8
55.7
64.0
40.6
42.9
123
51
204
690
212
2.1
56.6
59.1
63.6
73.1
46.4
49.0
140
58
234
820
242
2.3
57.2
63.7
66.5
71.6
82.3
52.2
55.1
161
67
270
960
278
2.7
3EK4 300-1CM4
63.6
70.8
73.9
79.5
91.4
58.0
61.2
161
67
270
960
278
2.8
26.4
3EK4 330-1CR4
70.0
77.8
81.3
87.5
101
63.8
67.3
191
79
320
1200
330
3.2
28.8
3EK4 360-1CR4
76.3
84.9
88.7
95.4
110
69.6
73.5
191
79
320
1200
330
3.3
Table 4: 3EK4 part numbers and technical data (other voltages available on request)
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3EK4 Accessories
3-D views for common design options
36
H*
36
M12
M12
Figure 2: 3EK4 surge arrester with accessories P12, P31 and M81
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Figure 1: 3EK4 surge arrester overall dimensions
* please refer to table 4
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Figure 3: 3EK4 surge arrester with accessory P21
14.2
14.2
69.6
27
69.6
27
202
158.7
14
41
5
12.
5
12.
152
Figure 4: NEMA insulating bracket for Ur ≤ 15 kV
Figure 5: NEMA insulating bracket for Ur > 15 kV
Order code P12; 0.25 kg
Order code P12; 0.35 kg
17 26
50
50
17 26
14.5
12
156
14.5
91
91
20
20
108
12
14
44
41
44
200
Figure 6: DIN insulating bracket for Ur ≤ 15 kV
Figure 7: DIN insulating bracket for Ur > 15 kV
Order code P22; 0.85 kg
Order code P22; 1 kg
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3EK4 Accessories
8
14.5
12
14
50
26
60
14
15
197
152
202
20
30
14
152
Figure 8: DIN metal bracket (hot dip galvanized steel)
Order code P21; 0.6 kg
Figure 9: NEMA metal bracket (hot dip galvanized steel), thickness 8 mm
Order code P11; 0.6 kg
75
37
16
13
25
4
14
0
5
33
13
20
12.
227
20
40
254
8
Figure 10: Mounting plate
Figure 11: L-bracket
Order code Q81; 1.6 kg
Order code M12; 0.1 kg
106
61
max.
57
15
36
Figure 12: Bird protection cap
Order code M81; 42 g
cable
14 …
8 …18
14
8 …18
92
8…
86
cable
18
Figure 13: Line clamp M11
Figure 14: Line clamp M13
Order code M11; 0.1 kg
Order code M13; 0.1 kg
13.1
13.1
455
M12
Figure 15: Disconnector
Figure 16: Insulated line/ground lead
Order code P31; 0.1 kg
Order code R51; 0.1 kg, conductor cross-section 16 mm2
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Clearances
a
a
b
Figure 17: Clearances between surge arrester and earth
Ur
kV
a (center-center)
mm
b (center-ground)
mm
3
140
90
6
140
90
9
170
120
12
170
120
15
210
130
18
220
145
21
240
165
22
250
175
24
270
185
25
280
190
27
290
205
30
320
225
31.5
330
235
33
340
245
36
370
265
Table 5: Minimum recommended clearances
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Ordering information
Part number with accessories
3
E
K
4
Medium voltage arresters
3
E
K
4
Rated voltage in kV x 10
–
120
–
1
C
C
4
–Z
M81
P12
P31
120
–
Classification, Nominal discharge current
10 kA
1
Standard
IEC 60099-4 with metric-thread M12 terminals
C
Creepage distance
280 mm
B
420 mm
C
550 mm
F
690 mm
J
820 mm
K
960 mm
M
1200 mm
R
Form of sheds
Alternating sheds
Accessories*
4
Z
Line terminal
Line clamp M11
M11
L-bracket
M12
Line clamp M13
M13
Line lead, insulated l = 455 mm
R51
M81
Bird protection cap
Ground terminal
NEMA metal bracket (hot dip galvanized steel)
P11
NEMA insulating bracket
P12
DIN metal bracket (hot dip galvanized steel)
P21
DIN insulating bracket
P22
Disconnector
P31
Ground lead, insulated l = 455 mm
R51
Mounting plate for 200 – 254 mm bolt circle
Q81
*Other additional parts on request, not all combinations are possible
Standard accessories at
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Line terminal: M12 stud, standard clamp, washer and nut
Ground terminal: M12 stud, washer and nut
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Siemens AG
Energy Sector
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91058 Erlangen, Germany
Siemens AG
Energy Sector
Power Transmission Division
High Voltage Products
Nonnendammallee 104
13629 Berlin, Germany
www.siemens.com/energy/arrester
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