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Generator Specialists Motorised ATS Panel 1000A 4 Pole <p><em>1000A (AC1) 4 Pole Motorised Mains to Generator Automatic Transfer Switch.m (IEC60947-1)</em></p><p>This panel is used for automatic switching between Mains &amp; a Standby Generator.</p><p>3 Phase + Neutral 4 Pole (400V) Automatic Transfer Switch which is also Known as an ATS Panel.</p><p>This panel can be isolated for mains or generator bypass asp per IEC60947-1</p><p>A phase failure relay is used for Mains voltage monitoring and offers Phase Failure &amp; phase sequence Protection.</p><p>The Automatic Transfer Switch Control Panel has two-time control relays for on load delay.</p><p>The 1st Timer normally set to 10s and is used to control the Mains on load / Restoration period, this controls the period the Mains supply has to be healthy before engaging the Mains contactor.</p><p>The 2nd Timer normally set for 30s controls the generator settling period, this time period ensures the generator has run up to speed and has stabilised before any load is applied to the generator.</p><p>On failure of the Mains supply, this initiates a volt free contact (N/O) start signal to the generator.</p><p>Upon the generator starting the 2nd timer will initiate, Then after this period, the generator will then go onto load.</p><p>The Automatic Transfer Switch will monitor the Mains, as soon as the mains is restored it will drop the generator contactor and initiates the 1st timer sequence, then switch automatically back to the Mains supply,</p><p>Once the load has returned to the Mains supply the generator start signal is removed and the generator will settle.</p><p>Automatic Transfer Switch Full &amp; Basic Specification Explained</p><p>Phase Failure / Phase Sequence Relay (Standard)</p><p>Mains – Primary On Load Delay Timer, user adjustable 0.3 Sec &amp; 30 hours.</p><p>10 Amp Auxiliary Output Terminals for Battery charger.</p><p>Secondary - Generator Warm-Up Timer, user adjustable 0.3 Sec &amp; 30 hours.</p><p>Mains Auxiliary Contacts Terminals ( N/O Contact )</p><p>Generator Auxiliary Contact Terminals ( N/O Contact )</p><p>Mains Failure Simulation Switch ( Auto Test )</p><p>This is a Mains Simulation Test Switch that you can simulate a mains failure from the switch on the panel door.</p><p>LED Indication Labels - Available &amp; On Load Options</p><p>Mains / Generator, Primary / Secondary, Supply 1 / Supply 2</p><p>Any Other options available upon request</p><p>Enclosure:</p><p>IP65 Mild Steel enclosure, with removable bottom gland plate</p><p>Single or Twin Door Lock system (This depends on cubical size)</p><p>Cable entry standard is arranged for bottom entry with a direct connection into the contactors</p><p>Specification to EN 62208, EN 60529, IK10, EN 61439-1-2.</p><p>Assembled in the UK by us using parts conforming to EN60529, EN60947.</p><p>Provided with a 12-month warranty ( extended warranty available)</p>
£3575.00

Motorised ATS Panel 1000A 4 Pole

£3,575.00 Excluding VAT
£4,290.00 Including 20% VAT
Motorised ATS Panel 1000A 4 Pole
Motorised ATS Panel 1000A 4 Pole

Motorised ATS Panel 1000A 4 Pole

£3,575.00 Excluding VAT
£4,290.00 Including 20% VAT
Model Number: MATS10004
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1000A (AC1) 4 Pole Motorised Mains to Generator Automatic Transfer Switch.m (IEC60947-1)

This panel is used for automatic switching between Mains & a Standby Generator.

3 Phase + Neutral 4 Pole (400V) Automatic Transfer Switch which is also Known as an ATS Panel.

This panel can be isolated for mains or generator bypass asp per IEC60947-1

A phase failure relay is used for Mains voltage monitoring and offers Phase Failure & phase sequence Protection.

The Automatic Transfer Switch Control Panel has two-time control relays for on load delay.

The 1st Timer normally set to 10s and is used to control the Mains on load / Restoration period, this controls the period the Mains supply has to be healthy before engaging the Mains contactor.

The 2nd Timer normally set for 30s controls the generator settling period, this time period ensures the generator has run up to speed and has stabilised before any load is applied to the generator.

On failure of the Mains supply, this initiates a volt free contact (N/O) start signal to the generator.

Upon the generator starting the 2nd timer will initiate, Then after this period, the generator will then go onto load.

The Automatic Transfer Switch will monitor the Mains, as soon as the mains is restored it will drop the generator contactor and initiates the 1st timer sequence, then switch automatically back to the Mains supply,

Once the load has returned to the Mains supply the generator start signal is removed and the generator will settle.

Automatic Transfer Switch Full & Basic Specification Explained

Phase Failure / Phase Sequence Relay (Standard)

Mains – Primary On Load Delay Timer, user adjustable 0.3 Sec & 30 hours.

10 Amp Auxiliary Output Terminals for Battery charger.

Secondary - Generator Warm-Up Timer, user adjustable 0.3 Sec & 30 hours.

Mains Auxiliary Contacts Terminals ( N/O Contact )

Generator Auxiliary Contact Terminals ( N/O Contact )

Mains Failure Simulation Switch ( Auto Test )

This is a Mains Simulation Test Switch that you can simulate a mains failure from the switch on the panel door.

LED Indication Labels - Available & On Load Options

Mains / Generator, Primary / Secondary, Supply 1 / Supply 2

Any Other options available upon request

Enclosure:

IP65 Mild Steel enclosure, with removable bottom gland plate

Single or Twin Door Lock system (This depends on cubical size)

Cable entry standard is arranged for bottom entry with a direct connection into the contactors

Specification to EN 62208, EN 60529, IK10, EN 61439-1-2.

Assembled in the UK by us using parts conforming to EN60529, EN60947.

Provided with a 12-month warranty ( extended warranty available)