Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) RTS-03 and RTS-30 Series
Russelectric automatic transfer switches are modern, high-speed switching devices designed to transfer electrical loads from a preferred power source to an alternate power source when voltage and/or frequency varies from preset limits, and to retransfer loads when preferred source is restored.
Russelectric automatic transfer switches utilize simple electrical
operators to provide high-speed quick-break, quick-make, preloaded transfers.
The operators are connected to the switch mechanism through precision self-
aligning, ball joints and heavy-duty linkage rods which prevent misalignment.
BYPASS / ISOLATION SWITCHES
- Combines all the functions of an automatic transfer switch with the ability to bypass power from the live source to load (if the ATS becomes disabled)
- Allows ATS to be isolated and deenergized for maintenance, repair, or testing
- Bypass switch and transfer switch are identical devices with identical construction and electrical ratings
- True drawout construction allows easy, safe removal of transfer switch without the need for electrical or mechanical operation
- One- or two-source configurations
- Overlapping load bypass version — allows bypass with no load
- Load-break bypass version — protects against accidental short circuiting of power sources and features fully mechanical operation
- Closed transition automatic transfer operation switches feature overlapping load bypass
Power Control Systems
Russelectric® custom designs and builds low- and medium-voltage power control systems to meet the stringent performance and reliability requirements of data centers, airports, hospitals, communications, energy, defense, and other mission critical facilities.
Russelectric systems can control on-site emergency generator operation, synchronizing, and distribution. Switchgear can provide open-transition transfer or utility/generator paralleling for closed-transition transfer.
Systems can be designed to manage sophisticated control schemes such as:
Power Monitoring for All Power System Functions
A Russelectric® SCADA system allows the user to monitor system operation, acknowledge alarms, and review PLC setpoints and alarm history. All screens are custom designed for each power control system, providing the most realistic, accurate display possible.
Emergency power control systems are complicated. So, in an actual emergency, knowing how they work and how to best react can often mean the difference between experiencing a minor inconvenience or a major problem.
Designed to mimic the operation of the customer’s Russelectric® switchgear/system, Russelectric Simulators allow personnel to train on the automatic (and manual) operation of Russelectric switchgear to:
- Familiarize themselves with the system and its operation;
- Accurately diagnose a wide range of utility, generator, and breaker problems;
- Assess the impact of changes to PLC setpoints such as kW values and time delays by seeing how the system responds;
- Evaluate an almost limitless number of responses to failure scenarios; and
- Develop and validate site operating and emergency procedures…
all in the safety and comfort of an office environment!