THREE PHASE INNOVATIONS EQUIPMENT
Three Phase Application (120/208V): (FCR) Fault Current Reactor
If you have 120/208 power supplied to your facility, the Fault Current Reactor is the only piece of equipment that is needed for safety. The FCR will monitor and protect the equipment as well as personnel. The FCR will instantly tell the instructor of a fault on a Transformer Bank and monitor the supply voltage. This piece of equipment is needed for the Three Phase or Single Phase Application. The receptacle needed to connect to the training model is as follows: (Hubbell 30A 3 Phase Y 120/208VAC 4 Pole 5 Wire Grounding).
Single Phase Application
If your facility does not contain a 120/208 3 phase feed, the model has the equipment needed to convert a 120V or a 240V Single Phase outlet into a simulated 3 Phase 120/208V power supply. This equipment is sold separately from the model itself. The 120V conversion consists of a 2KVA Transformer, 240V Power Converter, and a 3 Phase Transformer. The 240V conversion will not need the 2KVA Transformer.
Length: 20 ¼” | Width: 10” | Height: 16 ⅜” | Weight: 37LBS
The 2KVA Transformer is designed to take a 120V outlet and convert it to 240 Volts. The 240 Volts is needed to run the Power Converter. NOTE: The 120V outlet cannot be a Ground Fault outlet.
Length: 10” | Width: 10” | Height: 12 ½” | Weight: 52LBS
The Power Converter will take the Single Phase 240V Input and convert it into 120/208v Simulated 3 Phase Power Supply to run the training model. The Power Converter also has a built- in rotation meter to check rotation at the facility’s power supply.
Length: 13 ½” | Width: 12 ½” | Height: 12 ¾ | Weight: 65LBS
3 Phase Transformer
The 3 Phase Transformer will regulate the 3 Phases from the Power Converter. The Output voltages will all be close to 120v Phase to Ground. The 3 Phase Transformer will then plug into the Fault Current Reactor.
Length: 13” | Width: 13” | Height: 15 ¼” | Weight: 60LBS
3 Phase Breaker Box
The Instructor has full control of the Training model at the 3 Phase Breaker Box. This device is mounted on the riser pole and will control all 3 Phases of the model. It is equipped with GREEN lights indicating power to the box and RED lights indicating the breakers are closed or being back fed from another power source.
Single Phase Breaker
Each Transformer on the model has a Single Phase Breaker attached on the cross arm. The Breaker is a safety device and is used as an open point at each Transformer Bank. Each breaker is equipped with a GREEN light to indicate there is power to the phase, and a RED light to indicate the breaker is closed or being back fed from another power source.
The Transformers can be designed to fit a customer’s needs. The can have a WYE (120v) or DELTA (208v) high side, 2,3, or 4 Bushings on the Secondary side, and can be anodized in diverse colors. They are easily mounted and removed from the poles without any tools required. The Secondary Voltage on the Transformers is 120/240v. The Transformers are also engraved and can even be purchased with an additive or subtractive polarity. They can also be ordered with one bushing on the high side.
The travel version of the training model is designed to be broken down and equipment stored in Pelican Cases for easy travel. This version has a wooden box that is placed on the floor and the poles slide into their fitted holes. When folded up, the box stores the cross arms, rods, and poles. The box also has wheels mounted on one end for easy mobility. The Transformers, Breakers and 3 Phase Breaker Box all fit into separate cases with special cut out foam for protection. The Pelican cases also are equipped with wheels for easy mobility.
This conversion can also be condensed down to a 2 pole version if the space provided cannot accommodate the 3 Pole version.
The Mobile Cabinet is mounted on wheels and is designed for everything to be stored inside the cabinet itself. The cabinet is one solid piece and can be moved around a classroom that is equipped with bay or double doors. This cabinet can also be mounted in a mobile trailer to be driven around to various locations for training. The training can be conducted right inside the trailer itself.