Gas-insulated switchgear 8DJH 36

Maintenance-free for lifetime

Description

Gas-insulated switchgear 8DJH 36
8DJH 36

  • Up to 36 kV

  • Up to 20 kA

  • Up to 630 A

  • Single busbar

  • Type-tested

  • Metal-enclosed

  • Climate-independent

  • Maintenance-free

  • Individual panels and block versions

  • No gas work at site

  • Fast and easy to install


Technical Data

Rated voltage

kV

36

Rated short-duration power-frequency
withstand voltage

kV

70

Rated lightning impulse withstand voltage

kV

170

Rated frequency

Hz

50/60

Rated normal current of busbar

A

630

Rated normal current of feeder

A

≤ 630

Rated short-time withstand current, 3 s

kA

≤ 20

Rated peak withstand current

kA

≤ 50/52

Rated short-circuit making current

kA

≤ 50/52

Design and construction

Partition Class:

PM (partition of metal)

Loss of service continuity category for
panels or panel blocks:
- Panels with disconnector (R, T, L)
- Panels without disconnector (K, M)

 
 
LSC 2
LSC 1

Accessibility of Compartments (enclosure):
- Busbar compartment:
- Switching-device compartment:
- Low-voltage compartment (option):
- Cable compartment for panels or panel blocks
with HV HRC fuses (T)
without HV HRC fuses (R)

  
Non-accessible
Non-accessible
Tool-based
 
Interlock-controlled
Interlock-controlled

Internal arc classification (option)

Designation of the internal
arc classification, IAC
IAC class for
- Wall-standing arrangement
- Free-standing arrangement

Rated voltage is 36 kV
 
 
IAC A FL to 20 kA 1s
IAC A FLR to 20 kA 1s

Type of accessibility A

 
 
- F
- L
- R

Switchgear in closed electrical
service location, access "for
authorized personnel only"
(according to IEC 62271-200)
Front
Lateral
Rear (for free-standing arrangement)

Arc test current

Up to 20 kA

Test duration

1 s


Front and side view

8DJH 36 Circuit-breaker feeder Type L

Please see further details in catalogue (the catalogue can be found on the right hand side at Download)

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