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EN 62271-203:2012

High-voltage switchgear and controlgear — Part 203: Gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear
for rated voltages above 52 kV

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ДСТУ EN 62271-203:2016
(EN 62271-203:2012, IDT)

Пристрої контрольні розподільчі високовольтні. Частина 203.
Розподільчі пристрої з газовою ізоляцією в металевій оболонці на номінальну напругу понад 52 кВ

З наданням чинності від 2016–09–15

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

1 General

1.1 Scope

1.2 Normative references

2 Normal and special service conditions

2.1 Normal service conditions 

2.2 Special service conditions

3 Terms and definitions

4 Ratings

4.1 Rated voltage

4.2 Rated insulation level

4.3 Rated frequency

4.4 Rated normal current and temperature rise

4.4.1 Rated normal current

4.4.2 Temperature rise 

4.5 Rated short-time withstand current

4.6 Rated peak withstand current

4.7 Rated duration of short-circuit

4.8 Rated supply voltage of closing and opening devices and of auxiliary and control circuits

4.9 Rated supply frequency of closing and opening devices and of auxiliary circuits

4.10 Rated pressure of compressed gas supply for controlled pressure systems

4.11 Rated filling levels for insulation and/or operation

5 Design and construction

5.1 Requirements for liquids in switchgear and controlgear

5.2 Requirements for gases in switchgear and controlgear

5.3 Earthing of switchgear and controlgear 

5.4 Auxiliary and control equipment 

5.5 Dependent power operation 

5.6 Stored energy operation 

5.7 Independent manual or power operation (independent unlatched operation)

5.8 Operation of releases 

5.9 Low- and high-pressure interlocking and monitoring devices 

5.10 Nameplates

5.11 Interlocking devices 

5.12 Position indication

5.13 Degrees of protection by enclosures

5.14 Creepage distances for outdoor insulators

5.15 Gas and vacuum tightness

5.15.1 Controlled pressure systems for gas

5.15.2 Closed pressure systems for gas

5.15.3 Sealed pressure systems 

5.16 Liquid tightness 

5.17 Fire hazard (flammability)

5.18 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) 

5.19 X-Ray emission

5.20 Corrosion

5.101 Pressure coordination

5.102 Internal fault 

5.103 Enclosures 

5.104 Partitions 

5.105 Pressure relief

5.106 Noise 

5.107 Interfaces 

6 Type tests

6.1 General 

6.1.1 Grouping of tests 

6.1.2 Information for identification of specimens

6.1.3 Information to be included in type-tests reports

6.2 Dielectric tests 

6.2.1 Ambient air conditions during tests

6.2.2 Wet test procedure

6.2.3 Conditions of switchgear and controlgear during dielectric tests

6.2.4 Criteria to pass the test

6.2.5 Application of the test voltage and test conditions

6.2.6 Tests of switchgear and controlgear of Ur≤ 245 kV 

6.2.7 Tests of switchgear and controlgear of rated voltage Ur>245 kV

6.2.8 Artificial pollution tests for outdoor insulators

6.2.9 Partial discharge tests 

6.2.10 Dielectric tests on auxiliary and control circuits

6.2.11 Voltage test as condition check 

6.3 Radio interference voltage (r.i.v.) test

6.4 Measurement of the resistance of circuits

6.4.1 Main circuit 

6.4.2 Auxiliary circuits

6.5 Temperature-rise tests

6.5.1 Conditions of the switchgear and controlgear to be tested 

6.5.2 Arrangement of the equipment 

6.5.3 Measurement of the temperature and the temperature rise 

6.5.4 Ambient air temperature

6.5.5 Temperature-rise test of the auxiliary and control equipment

6.5.6 Interpretation of the temperature-rise tests 

6.6 Short-time withstand current and peak withstand current tests

6.6.1 Arrangement of the switchgear and controlgear and of the test circuit 

6.6.2 Test current and duration

6.6.3 Behaviour of switchgear and controlgear during test

6.6.4 Conditions of switchgear and controlgear after test

6.7 Verification of the protection

6.7.1 Verification of the IP coding

6.7.2 Verification of the IK coding 

6.8 Tightness tests

6.8.1 Controlled pressure systems for gas

6.8.2 Closed pressure systems for gas

6.8.3 Sealed pressure systems 

6.8.4 Liquid tightness tests

6.9 Electromagnetic compatibility tests (EMC)

6.10 Additional tests on auxiliary and control circuits

6.11 X-radiation test procedure for vacuum interrupters

6.101 Verification of making and breaking capacities 

6.102 Mechanical and environmental tests

6.103 Proof tests for enclosures

6.104 Pressure test on partitions

6.105 Test under conditions of arcing due to an internal fault

6.106 Insulator tests

6.107 Corrosion test on earthing connections

6.108 Corrosion tests on enclosures

7 Routine tests

7.1 Dielectric test on the main circuit

7.1.101 Power-frequency voltage tests on the main circuit 

7.1.102 Partial discharge measurement 

7.2 Tests on auxiliary and control circuits 

7.3 Measurement of the resistance of the main circuit

7.4 Tightness test

7.5 Design and visual checks

7.101 Pressure tests of enclosures

7.102 Mechanical operation tests

7.103 Tests on auxiliary circuits, equipment and interlocks in the control mechanism

7.104 Pressure test on partitions

8 Guide to the selection of switchgear and controlgear

8.1 Selection of rated values

8.2 Continuous or temporary overload due to changed service conditions 

9 Information to be given with enquiries, tenders and orders

9.1 Information with enquiries and orders

9.2 Information with tenders

10 Transport, storage, installation, operation and maintenance

10.1 Conditions during transport, storage and installation

10.2 Installation 

10.3 Operation 

10.4 Maintenance

11 Safety

12 Influence of the product on the environment 

Annex A (normative) Test procedure for dielectric test on three-phase encapsulated GIS, range II

Annex B (normative) Methods for testing gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear under conditions of arcing due to an internal fault 

Annex C (informative) Technical and practical considerations of site testing

Annex D (informative) Calculation of pressure rise due to an internal fault

Annex E (informative) Information to be given with enquiries, tenders and orders

Annex F (informative) Service continuity

Annex G (informative) Insulation levels for GIS with rated voltages higher than 800 kV

Annex H (informative) List of notes concerning certain countries 

Bibliography

Figure 1 – Pressure coordination

Figure 2 – Example of arrangement of enclosures and gas compartments 

Figure F.1 – Impact due to the removal of common partition between busbar-disconnector

Figure F.2 – Impact of GIS partitioning on service continuity

Figure F.3 – Single line diagram with gas partitioning scheme

Figure F.4 – Localisation and isolation

Figure F.5 – Removal of busbar disconnector in SECTION-1

Figure F.6 – Removal of busbar disconnector in SECTION-3 

Figure F.7 – Extension

Figure F.8 – On-site dielectric test

Table 1 – Reference table of service conditions relevant to GIS

Table 2 – Rated insulation levels for rated voltages for equipment of range I

Table 3 – Rated insulation levels for rated voltages for equipment of range II

Table 4 – Performance criteria

Table 5 – Example of grouping of type tests 

Table 6 – Test voltage for measuring PD intensity

Table 7 – On site test voltages

Table A.1 – Switching impulse test conditions above 245 kV

Table E.1 – Normal and special service conditions

Table E.2 – Ratings 

Table E.3 – Design and construction

Table E.4 – Bus ducts 

Table E.5 – Bushing

Table E.6 – Cable connection

Table E.7 – Transformer connection

Table E.8 – Current transformer 

Table E.9 – Inductive voltage transformer

Table E.10 – Documentation for enquiries and tenders

Table F.1 – Example for service continuity requirements

Table G.1 – Insulation levels used for GIS with rated voltages higher than 800 kV in different countries

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