Configured Panel Solutions

Configured Panel Solutions

For retail fueling and convenience store applications, Configured Panel Solutions provide a complete petroleum control and power distribution solution for an entire location. 

  • Configured to a specific site application.

  • Replaces Fuel Panel, In-Line E-Stop Contactor, Isolation Boxes, and Pump Control Boxes, plus all associated conduit, wire, fittings and on-site labor.

  • A single panel to replace the Fuel Panel and the Emergency Stop Contactor feeding the Fuel Panel.

  • Provides AC power controls required for a typical retail petroleum application.

  • Includes emergency stop and service disconnects for dispenser low voltage wiring.

  • Optional low voltage circuit disconnects.

  • Optional series connected surge suppression for protection of sensitive electronic circuits.

  • Individual pump and dispenser contactors allow connection of remote control or monitoring system.

  • Pump handle isolation using solid state technology.

  • Lock-offs on dispenser, pump, and card reader circuits to properly and safely isolate a single device for servicing.

  • Provides isolated ground terminations for proper network communications.

  • Marked terminals for easy connection of dispensers, pumps, card readers, fuel management systems and tank monitors.

  • Door-in-door enclosure to help protect against arc flash.

  • Factory assembled and pre-wired, eliminating mounting and wiring of separate components in the field.

AC Power Distribution Capabilities

  • Electrical distribution fuel panel.
  • Electrical distribution lighting panel.

AC Power Controls Capabilities

  • E-stop & reset push buttons
  • Emergency stop controls.
  • Pump hook isolation.
  • Automatic Tank Gauge interface.
  • Pump status lights.
  • Pump contactors.
  • Dispenser contactors.
  • Series connected surge suppression.
  • Parallel connected surge suppression.
  • Lighting controls.
  • Third party control devices.

Dispenser Capabilities

  • Low voltage disconnect.
  • Data circuit protection.

Enclosure Options

  • UL Type 1 indoor.
  • UL Type 3R outdoor.

Certifications/Approvals

  • cULus listed.
  • For compliance with NEC® 514.11 and NFPA® 30A Section 6.7 requirements for Emergency Disconnects at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities (controlled by E-Stop system).
  • For compliance with NEC® 514.13 requirements for Maintenance Disconnects at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities (switches to disconnect individual dispenser circuits for servicing).

System Components

  1. Configured Panel Solution
  2. E-Stop & Reset Operator
  3. Automatic Tank Gauge
  4. Submersible Pump Controller
  5. Primary Disconnect
  6. Secondary Disconnect
  7. Open-Bottom Conduit Pedestal (Optional)
CPS - Specs - Dims 1.psd

Ordering Guide

Complete part numbers have a specific order and are created using the following guidelines:

 

CPS-XDYP L A Q R F P S D/E Z Q P

CPS = Configured Panel Solutions

X = # of Dispensers
1 - 16 = 1 - 16 Dispensers

Y = # of Pumps
1 - 8 = 1 - 8 Pumps

L = # of Lighting Circuits
0 = No lighting Control
L3 = 1 - 4 Conductors
L4 = 5 - 8 Conductors
L5 = 9 - 12 Conductors
L6 = 13 - 16 Conductors

A = A/C Series Surge Protection for Electronic Circuits
0 = No Surge Protection
A0 = Surge Protection*
A1 = Surge Protection, 1 add. circuit**
A2 = Surge Protection, 2 add. circuit**
A3 = Surge Protection, 3 add. circuit**

Q = Main Power
MB10 = 100 Amps Main Breaker
MB15 = 150 Amps Main Breaker
MB20 = 200 Amps Main Breaker
MB22 = 225 Amps Main Breaker
ML10 = 100 Amps Main Lug
ML22 = 225 Amps Main Lug

R = Incoming Electrical Service
1 = 120/240 VAC, 1 Phase, 3 Wire
3 = 208Y/120 VAC, 3 Phase, 4 Wire

F = Feed Connection Location
B = Bottom Feed (Standard)
T = Top Feed

P = Pedestal
0 = No Pedestal
P = Pedestal

D/E = Low Voltage Circuit Disconnects
0 = No Low Voltage Circuits
D = Twisted Pair Circuits
E = Ethernet Circuit Disconnects

Z = Intercom Circuit Disconnects
0 = No Intercom Circuits
C = 1 Speaker, 1 Call Button per Dispenser (4 conductors)
8 = 2 Speakers, 2 Call Buttons per Dispenser (8 conductors)

M = Media Circuit Disconnects
0 = No Media Circuits
E = Ethernet Circuits
C = 4 Conductors, (2) 2-Wire Circuits
8 = 8 Conductors, (4) 2-Wire Circuits

P = Surge Protection for Dispenser Data
0 = No Surge Protection for Dispenser Data
P = Surge Protection for Dispenser Data

*Includes surge protection for dispensers, Automatic Tank Gauges, and site controls.
**For additional circuits such as point-of-sale.

Example:
CPS-4D2PL3A1MB101BPDCEP = Custom Panel Solution, 4 Dispesners, 2 Pumps, 1-4 Lighting Conductors, A/C Surge Protection with (1) additional circuit, 100 Amps Main Breaker, 120/240 VAC, 1 Phase, 3 Wire Incoming Electrical Service, Bottom Feed, Pedestal, Twisted Pair Low Voltage Circuit Disconnects, 1 Speaker, 1 Call Button per Dispenser (4 conductors) Intercom Circuit Disconnects, Ethernet Circuit Disconnects, Surge Protection for Dispenser Data.