Hawke Power Connector, PowerEx Termination Hook up Procedure 자료

 

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PowerEx Termination Procedure

 

IMPORTANT NOTE
Hawke International does not recommend the use of their Power Connectors in applications where rigid PVC/SWA/PVC power cabling (typically to BS 6346 standards) is used in portable / semi-portable applications.


In addition, Hawke recommends that barrier type glands are fitted to flexible power and loose filled control cabling entering the connectors to maintain the Exd protection concept and to reduce the potential for core movements within the cable being transferred to the connector’s internal components. 

 

 

 

 

CP / CR PROCEDURE
1) Terminate the cable into the Exd cable gland as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Consider at this stage the relative position of the phases.

 

 

 

2) Cut the conductors to the lengths shown. (For earth conductors which are being terminated to the earth ring (see step 6) but not carried through the contact, cut back X = 100mm for all sizes, see 10 - 13)

 

 

 

3) Strip back the insulation as shown. (For all earth conductors terminated via the internal earth ring, cut back the insulation flush with the gland entry thread, see 10 - 13).

 

 

 

4) Unscrew the rear engaging nut from the CP / CR shell. Remove the rear shell, spacer tube and insert from the CP / CR shell.

 

 

5) a) CONTACT SIZES 50 - 240mm².

Remove the screws from the front of the contacts only and push the crimp lugs out of the insert.

 

 

b) CONTACT SIZES 300 – 630mm².

Remove the screw from the plastic housing and remove the contact from inside.

 

 

 

6) Remove the internal earth ring from the rear shell sub assembly by backing off the 2 grub screws on the flats. If internal earthing is not required, the internal earth ring assembly along with the fixing grub screws should be discarded.

 

 

 

7) Crimp the lugs or contacts onto the conductors

(excluding internal earth wire if being used) using suitable crimp tool. (Hawke recommend Elpress crimp tools).
Contact sizes of 185mm² and larger should be adjacently double crimped as shown.

 


 

8) Feed the conductors through the rear shell assembly and screw this onto the cable gland entry thread ensuring the sealing washer is present.

 

 

 

9) Measure the distance from the front of the rear shell to the end of the crimp lug (50 – 240mm²) or contact (300 - 630mm²). It should be as shown. If not, remove the rear shell and add or remove the spacer washers supplied to get the required length. At least 1 washer must be present to maintain IP rating.

 

 

 

Internal earth procedure (skip to step 13 if not used or you have single phase connector).


10) Slide the internal earth ring down over the conductors with the lug going over the bare earth wire.

 

 

 

 

11) Position the internal earth ring inside the rear shell and tighten the grub screws into the groove on the earth ring. Excessive force could distort rear shell.

 

 

 

 

 

12) Tighten the 2 grub screws on the internal earth lug into the earth conductor as tight as possible so that the earth wire is sufficiently clamped. If earth is to be carried through to a contact, crimp contact prior to tightening grub screws.

 

 

 

 

13) Slide the spacer tube over the conductors and onto the rear shell.

 

 

 

 

14) a) CONTACT SIZES 50 - 240mm².
Push the insert assembly fully onto the crimp lugs. The insert should push inside the spacer tube. Refit the 4 screws into the ends of the contacts. Ensure these are fully tightened.

 

 

 

 

b) CONTACT SIZES 300 – 630mm².
Push the rear retainer over the contact. Place the split tube around the contact. Slide the front contact retainer over the contact and split tube. Slide the rear contact retainer over the rear of the contact and tighten the screw fully.

 

 

 

15) Slide the CP / CR shell over the insert and line the yellow dot on the insert up with the required keying position 1 to 5 marked on the CP / CR shell.

 

 

16) Screw the rear engaging nut fully onto the CP / CR shell.
Measure the distance between the front of the rear engaging nut to the back of the engaging nut which should be no greater than the distance shown.

 

 

 

17) Tighten down the 2 grub screws on the rear engaging nut.

 

 

 

18) Terminate the equipotential external earth to the ring terminal crimp provided if applicable. Remove the button head screw, spring washer and crimp from the rear engaging nut. Crimp the external earth wire into the crimp and reassemble.

 

 

 

19) Refit the protective or flameproof cap if applicable.

 

 

 

20) The connector is now ready for installation. Please refer to the hook up procedure.

 

 

 

HOOK UP PROCEDURE
Before commencing hook up, a visual inspection should be carried out on the cable / gland / connector assembly. The assembly should be checked to ensure that all of the assembly components are tight. If the assembly  components have loosened during transportation/cable installation, they should be retightened in accordance with the relevant assembly instruction sheets without twisting the cable in the cable gland/connector assembly. No hazardous gases should be present.

 

1) Turn off the power to the connectors.


2) Ensure the connectors are both set to the same keying position number, are of the same insert type and phase orientation.

 

 

3) Engage the CP connector with the BR / CR connector and align the key on the CP connector to the keyway on the BR / CR connector.

 

 

4) Engage the two connectors by screwing the engaging nut clockwise onto the BR/CR shell. If the engaging nut will not screw on more than half a turn, then the connectors are set to different keying positions.

 

 

5) Fully tighten the engaging nut with strap wrench if necessary and then tighten the grub screw on the engaging nut.

 

 

 

6) To disconnect, turn off the power (no hazardous gases should be present), slacken the tightened grub screw, turn the engaging nut anti-clockwise and remove the connector. If power is to be put through the connectors whilst demated, then a flameproof cap (available separately) must be fitted.

 

 

Technical Data

PowerEx Spec.pdf

PowerEx Manual 20070619.pdf

0.Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

 

 

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Hawke New Fourth Generation ControlEx Connectors 신제품사양 소개

 

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오늘 이 시간에는 Hawke International News, Connection Solutions 가운데, 방폭커넥터와 관련한 차세대 Connector 에 대해 살펴보도록 하겠습니다.

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce that we have launched the new fourth generation ControlEx Connectors. Improvements include a new padlock facility and improved secure cap fixings. The padlock allows the connectors to be securely locked to prevent accidental unplugging of the equipment, while the improved secure cap fixings prevent them being lost or damaged.

 

 

 

 

Designed for powering control equipment in hazardous areas, the plug-and play connectors promote the safe and rapid installation, service and replacement of control equipment. Enhancing productivity and uptime. Customer feedback shows reduced hook-up time continues to be a vital contribution to achieving cost savings and increased productivity.

 

 

 

 

Ideal for both onshore and offshore applications in oil and gas operations and other environments with explosive hazards, the new ControlEx maintains many of the original features of earlier models.

 

 

 

 

These include a variable keying system, to prevent accidental cross-mating, modular gold plated field-crimpable inserts for ease of wiring and an easily inspected flameproof barrier seal.

 

 

 

 

 

ControlEx embodies over 20 years of experience in plug-and-socket manufacture. Machined from marine grade stainless steel, the connectors provide unrivalled durability in hostile environments. The equipment is ATEX, IECEX, Exd rated with an ingress protection rating of IP66/67 and industry leading DTS01 deluge protection. Flexibility and efficient stock holding is assured with multiple inserts being available allowing bodies to handle up to 60 cores.

 

 

 

 

As part of the world-wide Hubbell electrical group, Hawke International products are available with full technical support from branches and distributors on every continent.

 

 

 

 

 

Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

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오늘 이시간에는 Hawke cable gland 가 Flameproof and Increased safety를 요구하는 Harsh and Hazardous Area를 만나 발휘되는 주요 장점 5가지를 살펴봅니다.

 

 

 

 

1. Unique Rear Sealing System
This arrangement offers IP66, IP67, IP68 (30 metres for 7 days), NEMA 4X and Deluge (DTS01) Ingress Protection. The seal is manufactured from a silicone material, has LSFZH properties, is ozone and oil resistant and is suitable for use at both high and low temperatures. The Rear Sealing System covers the entire range of cable diameters without the need for special seals and the cable acceptance range is stamped on the backnut for ease of inspection. The backnut can be hand tightened, with only one further spanner turn required to ensure IP66, IP67, IP68 and NEMA 4X.

 

 

2. Unique Inspectable Compound Chamber
The revolutionary Hawke compound chamber has been designed with
inspectability in mind. The pre-lubricated compound chamber can be removed
once the compound has fully cured, allowing full inspection of the flameproof seal. If required minor surface voids can be repaired in situ. This unique patented compound chamber now forms the compound as well as providing a flameproof seal, resulting in reduced piece parts, as there is no longer a requirement to separate the seal from the compound chamber.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Zero Cable Damage
The unique Hawke diaphragm sealing system does not damage cable with
'Cold Flow' characteristics. The diaphragm type seal is the only elastomeric seal to comply fully with EN 60079-14 and IEC 60079-14 and is therefore suitable on cables which would otherwise require barrier style cable glands.
The Hawke diaphragm seal is also unique in that it is the only flameproof
elastomeric seal that can be visually inspected in operation - A real benefit to
ATEX inspectors.

 

 

 


4. The Original Reversible Armour Clamp
The original RAC clamping system was invented by Hawke over 10 years ago and is a well established proven performer in all conditions. Simply by reversing the clamping ring, the cable gland can adjust to accomodate all types of cable armour or braid. Unlike many of our competitors the correct clamping orientation is marked clearly with a 'W', 'Z' or 'X' and backed up by the presence of a groove in the component. Hawke's RAC clamping system is also fully inspectable when positioned on the cable.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Inspectable Deluge Seal
Hawke's inspectable deluge seal offers IP66 and IP67 sealing and is certified as 'deluge proof' by ITS in accordance with DTS01.

 

 

 

Indeed Hawke's deluge seal is so good that it exceeds the expectations of the offshore industry by not only preventing ingress into the equipment, but also into the cable gland, which could potentially corrode the cable armour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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