Configure Circuit Breaker Parameters: Parameters selected on the Configure Circuit Breaker Parameters screen determine type and magnitude of the fault to be injected into the circuit breaker during the secondary injection test. Values must be selected for all parameters on the Configure Circuit Breaker Parameters screen before advancing to the next screen.
- TRIP UNIT FAMILY: select trip unit family
- TRIP UNIT TYPE: select trip unit type
- STANDARD: choose electrical standard for circuit breaker (UL, IEC, ANSI or CCEE)
- BREAKER FAMILY: select circuit breaker family (Compact, Masterpact or PowerPact)
- BREAKER TYPE: select type of circuit breaker (NS, NSJ, ET, NT, NW, M, P or R)
Secondary Injection Testing:
- Parameter values displayed in reverse video either have only one available option which cannot be altered or are automatically determined by means of communication between the Full-Function Test Kit and a communicating trip unit. For all trip units, the Full-Function Test Kit identifies trip unit family/type by connection of either a two-pin or seven-pin test cable. For communicating Micrologic trip units (see Table 2), the Full-Function Test Kit identifies the sensor plug value and all available pickup and delay settings for LSIG protection for the device being tested. In addition to reading these values, the Full-Function Test Kit can read BREAKER FAMILY, BREAKER TYPE, INTERRUPT RATING and STANDARD for Micrologic P and H trip units if these trip units have been properly configured.
- Verify the values for the device parameters are correct before continuing with test. The Full-Function Test Kit records values entered from previous secondary injection test performed.
- For Micrologic trip units, the circuit breaker will be ZSI self-restrained for both equipment ground-fault and short-time protection during secondary injection testing.
- The contact wear counter on Micrologic P and H trip units will not increment during secondary injection testing.
- All advanced protections, logging of trips, logging of alarms and activation of alarms are disabled during secondary injection testing for Micrologic P and H trip units. Refer to trip unit instruction bulletin for more information on these functions.
- The Full-Function Test Kit cannot disable thermal imaging on non-communicating trip units (see Table 2). Therefore, a fifteen-minute delay must be observed from the last long-time trip test performed until the next long-time trip test performed.
- The SDE counter, located in the circuit breaker communication module (BCM), will increment each time a circuit breaker opens due to a fault secondary injected by the Full-Function Test Kit. Refer to the trip unit instruction bulletin for more information regarding this condition. • The Full-Function Test Kit will only test residual equipment ground-fault protection. Systems using modified differential ground fault (MDGF) and ground source return cannot be tested.
- For Micrologic 7.0A, 7.0H and 7.0P trip units, the Full-Function Test Kit cannot test earth leakage pickup and delay (VIGI) protection. The Full-Function Test Kit will only test the LSI protection functions of the circuit breaker.
- For Micrologic A trip units only, performing a secondary injection test will reset to zero the maximum recorded value on each phase. If necessary, record maximum values before testing.
Nominal Operating Voltage: 115–230 Vac
Operating Voltage Range: 102–144 Vac 207–253 Vac
Operating Frequency: 50 Hz 60 Hz Operating
Operating Temperature: -20–50 °C
Storage Temperature: -20–60 °C
Installation Category (Overvoltage Category): Category II
Maximum Power Rating: 100 W