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Engine Paralleling and Integration Control (EPIC)

Engine Paralleling and Integration Control (EPIC)

The Engine Paralleling and Integration Control (EPIC) product line provides standard paralleling controls in a remote cabinet separate from the engine generator set and separate from switchgear (breakers and bus).

Configuration
Remote modular paralleling control system (Master Control Panel for the first 2 generator sets and optional tie breaker, separate add-on control panels for up to 8 additional generator sets, utility paralleling control, and distribution control)
Modes of Operation
Emergency Standby with redundant master control, Utility paralleling, peak shaving, and closed transition to/from Generator Power (with optional utility control panel)
Application
LV and MV (208V-27kV)
ANSI Protective Devices
15/25. 27/59, 81 O/U, 32, 40, 90 (Industrial Grade)

Technical Summary

Configuration
Remote modular paralleling control system (Master Control Panel for the first 2 generator sets and optional tie breaker, separate add-on control panels for up to 8 additional generator sets, utility paralleling control, and distribution control)
Modes of Operation
Emergency Standby with redundant master control, Utility paralleling, peak shaving, and closed transition to/from Generator Power (with optional utility control panel)
Application
LV and MV (208V-27kV)

Generator Protective Devices

ANSI Protective Devices
15/25. 27/59, 81 O/U, 32, 40, 90 (Industrial Grade)

Utility Protective Devices

ANSI Protective Devices
15/25. 27/59, 81 O/U, 32,47 (Industrial Grade)

Environmental Parameters

Certifications
UL / cUL 508A
Control Panel Enclosure
NEMA 12
Operating Temperature
0°C to 55°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C

Standard Equipment:

  • Instant Auto Selector Switch
    • Allows user to return sysem to automatic in the event of a touchscreen failure

Optional Equipment:

  • Generator Control Panel (for 3-10 Gensets)
    • With breaker position indications and circuit breaker control switch
  • Utility Control Panel (for Utility Paralleling And Control)
    • With utility close lockout switch, breaker position indications, and circuit breaker control switch
  • Supplemental Hardware 25 Device
    • Provides additional discrete synchronization protection
  • Data Table Interface
    • Accommodates interface with a building management system
  • Generator Demand Priority Control
    • An automatic priority sequencing function to modulate the number of gensets online to control load percentages per machine, assist with fuel efficiency, and maintain adequate reserve capacity

Specifications

Technical Summary

Configuration
Remote modular paralleling control system (Master Control Panel for the first 2 generator sets and optional tie breaker, separate add-on control panels for up to 8 additional generator sets, utility paralleling control, and distribution control)
Modes of Operation
Emergency Standby with redundant master control, Utility paralleling, peak shaving, and closed transition to/from Generator Power (with optional utility control panel)
Application
LV and MV (208V-27kV)

Generator Protective Devices

ANSI Protective Devices
15/25. 27/59, 81 O/U, 32, 40, 90 (Industrial Grade)

Utility Protective Devices

ANSI Protective Devices
15/25. 27/59, 81 O/U, 32,47 (Industrial Grade)

Environmental Parameters

Certifications
UL / cUL 508A
Control Panel Enclosure
NEMA 12
Operating Temperature
0°C to 55°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C

Standard/Optional Features

Standard Equipment:

  • Instant Auto Selector Switch
    • Allows user to return sysem to automatic in the event of a touchscreen failure

Optional Equipment:

  • Generator Control Panel (for 3-10 Gensets)
    • With breaker position indications and circuit breaker control switch
  • Utility Control Panel (for Utility Paralleling And Control)
    • With utility close lockout switch, breaker position indications, and circuit breaker control switch
  • Supplemental Hardware 25 Device
    • Provides additional discrete synchronization protection
  • Data Table Interface
    • Accommodates interface with a building management system
  • Generator Demand Priority Control
    • An automatic priority sequencing function to modulate the number of gensets online to control load percentages per machine, assist with fuel efficiency, and maintain adequate reserve capacity