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MT/T 661-2011: General technical condition for electrical apparatus used underground mine

This standard specifies the classification, technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packaging, transportation and storage of electrical apparatus used underground mines. This standard applies to electrical apparatus used underground mines.
MT/T 661-2011
MT
COAL INDUSTRY STANDARD OF
THE PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 73.100.99
D 98
Registration number. 31797-2011
Replacing MT/T 661-1997
General technical condition for electrical
apparatus used underground mine
ISSUED ON. APRIL 12, 2011
IMPLEMENTED ON. SEPTEMBER 01, 2011
Issued by. State Administration of Production Safety
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative references ... 5
3 Classification ... 7
4 General requirements ... 7
5 Technical requirements ... 9
6 Test methods ... 27
7 Inspection... 30
8 Marking, packaging, transport and storage ... 31
Appendix A (Normative) Classification of electrical apparatus for underground coal mine ... 33
Appendix B (Normative) Main inspection items for electrical apparatus used in underground coal mines ... 36
Appendix C (Normative) Standard clauses of the corresponding provisions cited in various inspection items for electrical apparatus used in underground coal mines ... 38
Foreword
This standard was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009. This standard is a revision of MT/T 661-1997 ?€?General technical condition for electrical apparatus used underground mine?€?.
From the date of implementation of this standard, MT/T 661-1997 ?€?General technical condition for electrical apparatus used underground mine?€? is
abolished.
As compared with MT/T 661-1997, the main changes in this standard are as follows.
- DELETE the description on the normative references in the foreword (see the foreword of the 1997 version);
- DELETE the test requirements for transport (see 5.1.9 of the 1997 version); - MODIFY the classification of electrical apparatus (see Appendix A; clause 3 of the 1997 version);
- ADJUST the structural layout as required for the insulation resistance value (see Table 11 and Table 12; Table A.1 of the 1997 version);
- MODIFY the provisions for the selection of electrical apparatus for
underground mine;
- MODIFY the electric clearance and creepage distances (see Table 3; Table 5 of the 1997 version);
- MODIFY the tracking resistance of insulating materials (see Table 4; Table 6 of the 1997 version);
- MODIFY the overload protection characteristics of the starter (see Table 17; Table 7 of 1997 version);
- MODIFY the rated lightning impulse withstanding voltage (see Table 8; Table 9 of the 1997 version);
- MODIFY the rated short-time power frequency withstanding voltage of high- voltage electrical apparatus (see Table 10; Table 11 of the 1997 version); - ADD the color of the main circuit conductor as well as the arrangement of the phase sequence of the main circuit (see 5.2.16 and 5.2.17);
- ADD the performances of phase failure protection and leakage blocking protection (see Table 18 and Table 19).
General technical condition for electrical
apparatus used underground mine
1 Scope
This standard specifies the classification, technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packaging, transportation and storage of electrical apparatus used underground mines.
This standard applies to electrical apparatus used underground mines (referred to as electrical apparatus).
2 Normative references
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the dated documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this document; for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the amendments) are applicable to this standard.
GB/T 156 Standard voltages
GB/T 191 Packaging - Pictorial marking for handling of goods
GB 311.1 Insulation co-ordination for high voltage transmission and
distribution equipment
GB/T 762 Standard current level
GB 1984 High-voltage alternating-current circuit-breakers
GB 1985 High-voltage alternating-current disconnectors and earthing
switches
GB/T 2423.1 Environmental testing for electric and electronic and electronic products - Part 2. Test methods - Tests A. Cold
GB/T 2423.2 Environmental testing for electric and electronic products - Part 2. Test methods - Tests B. Dry heat
GB/T 3309 Mechanical test at ambient temperature for high-voltage
switchgear
GB 3836.1-2000 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres - Part 1. General requirements
GB 3836.2-2000 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres - Part 2. Flameproof enclosure d
GB 3836.3 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres - Part 3.
Increased safety e
GB 3836.4 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres - Part 4.
Intrinsic safety i
GB/T 4026 Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification - Identification of equipment terminals and terminations of certain designated conductors, including general rules for an alphanumeric system
GB 4208 Degrees of protection provided by enclosure (IP code)
GB/T 4728 Graphical symbols for diagrams
GB/T 5094.1 Industrial systems, installations and equipment and industrial products - Structuring principles and reference designations - Part 1. Basic rules
GB/T 7159 General rules for the formulation of letter symbols in
electrotechnology
GB/T 11022-1999 Common specifications for high-voltage switchgear and
control-gear standards
GB/T 12173 Mining electrical apparatus for non-hazardous area
GB/T 13384 General specifications for packing of mechanical and electrical product
GB 14048.1-2006 Low-voltage switchgear and control-gear - Part 1. General rules
GB 14048.2 Low-voltage switchgear and control-gear - Part 2. Circuit-
breakers
GB 14048.3 Low-voltage switchgear and control-gear - Part 3. S witches
disconnectors switch-disconnectors and fuse-combination units
GB 14048.4-2003 Low-voltage switchgear and control-gear -
Electromechanical contactors and motor-starters
GB/T 14808 High-voltage alternating current contactors and contactor-
4.6 The rated frequency of electrical apparatus is generally 50 Hz.
4.7 Electrical apparatus is generally 8 h working system. The others are regulated by their respective product standards.
4.8 Electrical apparatus shall be equipped with the necessary spare parts, accessories, special tools and accompanied files. It shall be provided with two sets of important electronic plug-in, or one set of general electronic plug-in, to facilitate the use, management, maintenance of the user. The accompanied files shall include the product certificate, instructions for use, packing list. 5 Technical requirements
5.1 Conditions for normal use
Electrical apparatus shall work reliably under the following conditions. a) The ambient air temperature is -5 ??C ~ +40 ??C1), the average temperature within 24 h does not exceed 35 ??C.
b) Altitude of the location of installation. The altitude of low-voltage electrical apparatus does not exceed 2000 m 2 ). The altitude of high-voltage
electrical apparatus does not exceed 1000 m3).
c) Relative humidity of the surrounding air. The relative humidity of the air does not exceed 50% at a maximum temperature of 40 ??C. It allows a
higher relative humidity at a lower temperature, for example, 90% at 20 ??C. For the condensation that occasionally occurs due to temperature
changes, it shall take special measures.
d) The use in places where there is a risk of gas and coal dust explosion shall follow the provisions of clause 4.3.
e) In a non-corrosive, non-insulation-destructive gas or vapor environment. f) In places where there is no significant vibration or shock.
g) In places where dripping and liquid intrusion are prevented.
h) The grade of contamination is grade 3.
5.2 Requirements for structure and explosion-proof
1 For the use of electrical apparatus when the ambient air temperature is above +40 ??C or below -5 ??C, refer to the notes to clause 6.1.1 of GB 14048.1-2006.
2 For the low-voltage electrical apparatus which is installed at an altitude of more than 2000 m, refer to the provisions of note 6.1.2 of GB 14048.1-2006.
3 For the high-voltage electrical apparatus which is installed at an altitude higher than 1000 m, follow the provisions of clause 2.2.1 of GB/T 11022-1999 to convert the relevant parameters. 5.2.5 Markings, interlocks and warning labels
5.2.5.1 On the obvious parts of the enclosure of electrical apparatus, it shall provide a clear and durable marking. The marking for the explosion-proof electrical apparatus shall comply with the provisions of clause 27 of GB 3836.1- 2000. The marking of common type electrical apparatus for mining use shall comply with the relevant provisions of GB/T 12173.
5.2.5.2 The interlocking device of electrical apparatus shall comply with the provisions of clause 10 of GB 3836.1-2000.
5.2.5.3 For the electrical apparatus that generates sparks or arcs during normal operation, its enclosure which uses the quick-acting door cover shall be provided with an interlocking device. When the power is turned on, the
enclosure?€?s door cannot be opened; when the enclosure?€?s door cover is opened, the power cannot be turned on. The door cover which is fixed by the use of bolts is allowed to use the warning label, on which it shall indicate the words ?€?It is forbidden to open the cover with power?€?.
5.2.5.4 For the electrical apparatus which has a DC voltage higher than 60 V and the AC voltage higher than 36 V, if the live part may be accessed after opening the cover or removing the apparatus?€?s parts, it shall provide the protective cover which has a degree of protection not less than IP20, as well as the warning labels of ?€?Beware of electric shock?€? or ?€?Electricity?€?.
5.2.5.5 For the structures which are interlocked by the use of isolation switch, it shall be clearly visible at the opening position of the contact, or otherwise it shall be able to correctly judge the contact?€?s status through the position of handle. 5.2.5.6 For the enclosure of electrical apparatus with built-in capacitors, heat elements and quick-acting door or cover structure, the time interval from power- off to opening of cover shall comply with the provisions on the allowable time for opening the door or cover of enclosure in GB 3836.1-2000. It shall provide the warning label on the time interval. The time interval shall be as specified by the product standards.
5.2.6 Structures of cable and conduit entry device
The cable and conduit entry device shall be selected according to different structural types. The common type for mining use shall comply with the
provisions on the cable entry device of GB/T 12173. The cable and conduit entry device of explosion-proof type (except for intrinsic safety type) shall comply with the provisions of clause 16 of GB 3836.1-2000. The introduction and connection of flameproof cables and conductors shall also comply with the provisions of clause 12 of GB 3836.2-2000.
5.2.7 Electrical clearance and creepage distance
Flameproof electrical apparatus for mining use shall comply with the relevant provisions of GB 3836.1-2000, in addition to the provisions of GB 3836.2-2000. 5.2.12 Increased safety electrical apparatus for mining use
The electrical apparatus which is used in the shaft station of underground coal mine, trunk intake airway, main intake airway, and other places (see Table 1) may be of increased safety type. The marking is ?€?Exe I?€?.
The increased safety electrical apparatus for mining use shall, in addition to complying with the provisions of GB 3836.3, also comply with the relevant provisions of GB 3836.1-2000.
5.2.13 Intrinsic safe electrical apparatus for mining use
Electrical apparatus which is used in underground coal mine where there is gas or coal dust explosion hazard may be of intrinsic safe type. The marking is ?€?Exib I?€? or ?€?Exia I?€?.
The intrinsic safe electrical apparatus as well as its related equipment shall, in addition to complying with the provisions of GB 3836.4, also comply with the relevant provisions of GB 3836.1-2000.
5.2.14 Composite type electrical equipment
If more than one explosion-proof types are used on an electrical apparatus, it shall first indicate the markings of the primary explosion-proof type, followed by the markings of the other explosion-proof types. The method of marking is as shown in the relevant provisions of GB 3836.1-2000. For example, the
explosion-proof marking for the flameproof-and-intrinsic-safe combined
electrical apparatus is ?€?Exd[ib] I?€?.
The composite type electrical apparatus shall, in addition to the special standards for the relevant explosion-proof type, also comply with the provisions of GB 3836.1-2000.
5.2.15 Graphic symbol of electrical schematic diagram
Electrical apparatus?€?s enclosure shall generally have electrical schematic diagrams or wiring diagram label. The graphic symbols and wiring numbers as indicated in the drawings shall comply with the provisions of such standards as GB/T 4026, GB/T 4728, GB/T 5094.1, GB/T 7159.
5.2.16 Color of conductors
5.2.16.1 If the busbar of the main circuit and the insulation conductors of the electrical apparatus are marked by color, it may make reference to the
provisions of Table 5. Meanwhile it shall also consider its mechanical strength 5.6, 5.7, 5.8 of GB/T 11022-1999. It shall also meet the following requirements. For the control devices such as low-voltage starters and contactors, when using electromagnetic operation, within the range of ambient air temperature -5 ??C ~ +40 ??C, at the control power supply?€?s voltage within the range of 75% ~ 110% of the rated voltage (Us), or within the range of 85% ~ 110%, it shall pull-in reliably. At this time, the value of 75 % or 85% indicates the lower limit of the pull-in action voltage, whilst the value of 110% shall be the upper limit. This action range is applicable to AC and DC.
Note. Whether the fluctuation range of the control power supply?€?s voltage is 75% ~ 110%, or 85% ~ 110% is determined by the product standard or the
manufacturer.
The release voltage during electromagnetic operation shall not be higher than 60% of the rated control power supply?€?s voltage (Us). The release voltage shall not be less than 20%Us for AC frequency; it shall not be lower than 10%Us for DC.
For the high-voltage contactors, starters and other control apparatus, when using electromagnetic operation, within the range of ambient air temperature - 5 ??C ~ +40 ??C, at the control power supply?€?s voltage within the range of 85% ~ 110% of the rated voltage (Us), it shall pull-in reliably. At this time, the value of 85% indicates the lower limit of the pull-in action voltage, whilst the value of 110% shall be the upper limit. This action range is applicable to AC and DC. For lock-type appliances, the limit value of the pull-in action shall be negotiated between the supplier and the purchaser.
The shunt trip device, undervoltage trip device and overcurrent trip device of high-voltage and low-voltage distribution appliances shall comply with the provisions of GB 14048.1-2006 regarding the operating range of undervoltage relays and trip device. The range of the action of the shunt trip device, the current action relay and the trip device shall also comply with the provisions of GB 1984 regarding the closing operation and tripping operation.
The operating conditions of high-voltage and low-voltage distribution electrical appliances shall comply with the relevant operating conditions in GB 14048.2, the relevant operating mechanism in GB 1984, the relevant clauses on
operating mechanisms in GB 1985.
5.3.2 Temperature-rise
The temperature-rise of such parts as the wiring terminals, accessible parts, main circuits, control circuits, auxiliary circuits of such control appliances as low-voltage starters, contactors, feed switches, etc. shall comply with the provisions on temperature-rise in GB 14048.1-2006, GB 14048.2, GB 14048.4- interlocks and/or electrical interlocks which are installed under normal status shall be used.
5.3.4.4 Dual-speed starter
The switch-on and switch-off capability of the dual-speed starter is same as that of the common starter. The product shall have the automatic or manual
switchover device or function from low-speed to high-speed. The switching can be based on the time principle and current principle. The switching time and current are as specified by the product standard or by the user and the manufacturer through negotiation.
5.3.4.5 Overload current withstanding capability
For the contactors which use the category AC-3, AC-4, the overload current withstanding capability of the starter shall comply with the requirements for the overload current withstanding capability in GB 14048.4-2003.
5.3.4.6 Agreed operational performance
The low-voltage switchgear shall comply with the provisions of the agreed operational performance in GB 14048.1-2006;
The high-voltage switchgear shall comply with the relevant provisions on mechanical operational performance of the isolating appliance in GB 1984, GB 1985, GB/T 11022-1999, as well as the supplementary provisions as follows. Operational control power supply?€?s voltage for the agreed operational
performance of contactors and starters follows the operating conditions as specified in this standard. The switch-on and switch-off conditions for the operation of different categories of use shall comply with the provisions of the agreed operational performance in GB 14048.4-2003.
5.3.4.7 Mechanical life (mechanical durability)
The mechanical life of low-voltage switchgear shall comply with the provisions of GB 14048.1-2006, GB 14048.2, GB 14048.3, GB 14048.4-2003. The number of mechanical life test is recommended as.
0.1, 0.3, 1, 3, 6, 10, 30, 100 (10000 times).
It is specifically specified by product standards.
The mechanical life of high-voltage switchgear shall meet the requirements of mechanical life clauses in GB 1984, GB 1985, GB/T 11022-1999, JB 8739.
5.3.4.8 Electrical life (electrical durability)
voltage distribution device adopts the protection principle of power direction type, current type or current direction type, the action parameters of the single- phase grounding protection device are specified as follows.
- The primary lowest starting current of zero sequence current transformer I0 = 0.5 A; the maximum setting current I0 = 6 A;
- The minimum starting voltage of the opening voltage of the open delta of the voltage transformer U0 = 3 V; the maximum setting voltage U0 = 25 V. The leakage resistance shall reliably act at 1 k??. The U0 action value is recommended not to exceed 10 V. The recommended maximum value of the
setting current Ie is not more than 2 A, to improve the sensitivity of the leakage protection device. The action time of the protection device itself is ??? 100 ms. In addition to the above protection, the rest is as specified by product standards. Note. According to the need, the user negotiates with the manufacturer to determine what kind of protection is set. The specific technical parameters of the above protection are as specified by the product standard according to the relevant standards, in addition to the provisions of GB 14048.4-2003 and this standard.
5.3.8 Requirements for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Unless otherwise specified in the product standards, the electromagnetic compatibility of electrical apparatus shall meet the requirements for
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in GB 14048.1-2006 and GB/T 11022-
1999.
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