Voltage Impulse Track Circuit

Railway High Voltage Impulse Track Circuit

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Railway High Voltage Impulse Track Circuit

JEUMONT TRACK CIRCUIT

  • Ensures correct shunting even on tracks where rust, scale, coal dust or sand contaminating the rail surface
  • High voltage pulses of short duration separated by long intervals

   1. To break down semi-insulating surfaces of the rail on occupation

   2. Power drawn is much lower due to long intervals

   3. Can be felt but not dangerous

   4. Adjacent track circuits are separated by means of BJs in the normal way

  • Two matching transformers, one at the Tx end & one at Rx end are to be used in non-electrified lines & electrified lines using single rail traction return
  • Impedance bonds are used to match in double rail traction return

 

TRANSMITTER

  • Transmitter with external power supply unit (NCO EAT 115CA) connected to AC 120v (103 to 127v AC)

Type NCO.EGT.600

  • Transmitter Working on DC 24v (22.5 to 28.8v DC)

Type NCO.BET.24CC   (50 watts)

  • Transmitter Working on AC120V (103 to 127v AC)  and stand-by DC 12v ( 11to 14.5v DC)

Type N.BET.SC-12 (60 watts)

 

RECEIVER

  • Two wire type – NCO.RVT.600

used in non-electrified lines & electrified lines using single rail traction return

  • Four wire type – NCO.BRT.CA2

DC electrified double rail & long non-electrified lines

  • Four wire type – NCO.CV.TH.2.404

Universal, four independent front & four independent back contacts.

 

  • Matching Transformer-TV.TH.1

Single rail TCs (with 2 ohm resistor) & non-electrified lines

  • Matching Transformer-TV.LV

Long non-electrified lines

  • Impedance Bond –CIT.1400.CT1

Return current 1000A (continuous) 1400A (one hour)

  • Impedance Bond -2000P

Return current 2000A (continuous) 4000A (one hour)

  • VDR across relay coil
  • INTEGRATOR for measurement
  • Minimum length of track circuit – 15m

 

 

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