CAT XLM SWITCHGEAR

Caterpillar offers standard Switchgear products, which can support a wide variety of applications, or provide a custom designed system to meet your specific project needs. The Emergency Transfer and Load management (XLM) product supports transfer between the utility source and generator bus and allows for sustained parallel operation with the utility for load management applications. Caterpillar Standard Switchgear products provide a solution able to combine all elements of monitoring and control for Caterpillar generator sets in a single-source package. Caterpillar also designs and manufacturers custom switchgear to meet specific customer requirements and functionality.


SPECIFICATIONS
Technical Summary
Configuration Traditional customizable PLC based floor standing switchgear capable of controlling and monitoring multiple utilities, generators, and loads
Modes of Operation Emergency Standby, Utility Import/Export, Peak shaving, and base load operations with redundant controls and components. Closed transition to/from generator power
Application LV and MV ( 208V - 38 kV


Generator Protective Devices
ANSI Protective Devices 15/25, 27/59, 81 O/U, 32, 40, 50, 51


Utility Protective Devices
ANSI Protective Devices 15/25, 27/59, 81 O/U, 32, 40, 47, 50, 51, 86


Environmental Parameters
Certifications IBS, CBC, UBC & OSHPD Certified
Control Panel Enclosure NEMA 1 or NEMA 3R, Freestanding Construction
Operating Temperature 0 degrees to 50 degrees C
Storage Temperature -20 degrees C to +60 degrees C
Low Voltage Standards NEMA SG-5, CSA, ANSI C37.51, ANSI C37.20.1, UL 1558 or UL 891, NFPA 110, NFPA 99 and NFPA 70
Medium Voltage Standards NEMA SG-5, ANSI / IEEE C37.20.2, CSA-C22.2 No. 31-M89, EEMAC G8-3.2, NFPA 70, NFPA 99 and NFPA 1110


BENEFITS & FEATURES
XLM Switchgear


  • High Speed Supervisory Network
  • Automatic Start/Stop
  • Automatic “Dead Bus” Coordination
  • Automatic Power Factor Control when in Parallel with Utility Power
  • Programmable Load Shed / Load Add Functions
  • Networked Engine Communications
  • Generator & Utility Protection
  • Engine Tuning
  • Mode Selection
  • Selectable Auto/ Manual Control
  • Password Protection for Protective Settings and Setup
  • Load/No Load Test
  • Touch Screen (HMI) Display
  • NFPA 99/110 Compliant Alarm
  • Annunciation with Audible Horn
  • Engine Control mimic Screen with gauges for RPM, DC Battery Voltage, Oil Pressure, Engine Coolant temperature, Engine Hours, Number of starts

EQUIPMENT
Standard Equipment

Generator Demand Priority Control
  • Automatically match the on-line generator capacity to the loads, and avoid unnecessary operation of generator sets.

Optional Equipment

Data Table Interface
  • Accommodates interface with a building management system for monitoring all system parameters via Modbus RTU or TCP
Supplemental Hardware Synchronization check relay (ANSI 25 Device)
  • Provides additional discrete synchronization protection
Remote Power Monitoring System
  • To monitor breaker status, alarms, metering and other operating parameters

CALL NOW TO LEARN MORE

Andy Downs
423-463-2131 or 423-698-6943

Neal Reinhardt
865-595-1034 or 865-771-1036


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