0612CT0101

PowerPact™ M-, P- and R-Frame,
and Compact™ NS630b–NS3200
Circuit Breakers
Catalog
0612CT0101 R05/15
2015
Class 0612
CONTENTS
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Energy Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Electronic Trip Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
PowerPact M-Frame Molded Case Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
PowerPact P-Frame Molded Case Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
PowerPact R-Frame Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
Compact NS630b–NS1600 Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Compact NS1600b–NS3200 Circuit Breaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
P-Frame Cradles and Cradle Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127
Accessory Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165
Trip Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
Catalog Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
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SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION .......................................................................... 7
SECTION 2: ENERGY MANAGEMENT .......................................................................... 22
SECTION 3: ELECTRONIC TRIP SYSTEMS ................................................................. 39
SECTION 4: POWERPACT M-FRAME MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS .......... 69
SECTION 5: POWERPACT P-FRAME MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........... 72
SECTION 6: POWERPACT R-FRAME CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...................................... 83
SECTION 7: COMPACT NS630B–NS1600 CIRCUIT BREAKERS ............................... 92
SECTION 8: COMPACT NS1600B–NS3200 CIRCUIT BREAKER ................................ 97
SECTION 9: ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................ 100
SECTION 10: P-FRAME CRADLES AND CRADLE ACCESSORIES ........................... 120
SECTION 11: CIRCUIT BREAKER DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS ................................. 127
SECTION 12: ACCESSORY DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS ............................................ 165
SECTION 13: TRIP CURVES .......................................................................................... 172
SECTION 14: CATALOG NUMBERS ............................................................................. 186
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SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION ...........................................................................7
Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 7
Features and Benefits ..................................................................................................................... 7
Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 8
Codes and Standards ...................................................................................................................... 8
Circuit Breaker Ratings ................................................................................................................... 9
Enclosure Sizes ............................................................................................................................. 11
Operating Conditions ..................................................................................................................... 11
Trip System ................................................................................................................................... 12
Motor Circuit Protectors ................................................................................................................. 13
Automatic Molded Case Switches ................................................................................................. 13
Internal Operating Mechanism ...................................................................................................... 14
Push-to-Trip Button ....................................................................................................................... 14
Circuit Breaker Mounting and Connections ................................................................................... 14
Catalog Numbering System .......................................................................................................... 16
Testing Requirements ................................................................................................................... 20
SECTION 2: ENERGY MANAGEMENT ...........................................................................22
Energy Management Using the Smart System ............................................................................. 22
On-Site Real-Time Monitoring and Control........................................................................ 23
On-Line Energy Management Services ............................................................................. 23
Smart System Communication Components ................................................................................ 24
FDM121 ............................................................................................................................. 24
FDM128 ............................................................................................................................. 24
Power Meter Functions ................................................................................................................. 25
Display Function ............................................................................................................................ 25
FDM121 Display Unit (One to One) ................................................................................... 25
FDM128 Display Unit (One to Eight).................................................................................. 25
Measurement Function .................................................................................................................. 26
Histories ........................................................................................................................................ 28
Maintenance Indicators ................................................................................................................. 28
Management of Installed Devices ................................................................................................. 29
FDM121 Display ............................................................................................................................ 30
Main Menu ......................................................................................................................... 32
Fast Access to Essential Information................................................................................. 33
Access to Detailed Information .......................................................................................... 33
FDM128 Display ............................................................................................................................ 34
Main Menu ......................................................................................................................... 35
Fast Access to Essential Information................................................................................. 36
Access to Detailed Information .......................................................................................... 36
SECTION 3: ELECTRONIC TRIP SYSTEMS ..................................................................39
Type ET Electronic Trip System .................................................................................................... 39
Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Systems ............................................................................................ 40
Protection Settings............................................................................................................. 44
Ammeter Measurements.................................................................................................... 44
Communication Network.................................................................................................... 44
Protection Settings............................................................................................................. 46
Maintenance Record.......................................................................................................... 46
Load Shedding and Reconnection Parameters ................................................................. 46
Indication Option Via Programmable Contacts .................................................................. 47
Real-Time Metering ........................................................................................................... 49
Demand Metering .............................................................................................................. 49
Metering ............................................................................................................................. 50
Waveform Capture............................................................................................................. 50
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Customized Alarm Programming ....................................................................................... 51
Event Logs ......................................................................................................................... 51
Additional Characteristics for Type P and H Trip Units ...................................................... 51
Long-Time Trip Functions .................................................................................................. 52
Short-Time Trip Functions.................................................................................................. 52
Instantaneous Trip Function............................................................................................... 52
Ground-Fault Trip Functions .............................................................................................. 53
Smart System Communication Wiring System .............................................................................. 54
Addresses .......................................................................................................................... 55
Number of Devices............................................................................................................. 55
Length of Bus ..................................................................................................................... 55
Bus Power Source ............................................................................................................. 55
COM Option in PowerPact and Compact Circuit Breakers ........................................................... 56
IFE Ethernet Interface ................................................................................................................... 58
Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 58
IFE Interface....................................................................................................................... 58
IFE Interface + Gateway .................................................................................................... 58
IFE Interface, IFE Interface + Gateway Features............................................................... 58
IFM Modbus Communication Interface .......................................................................................... 61
ULP Port............................................................................................................................. 61
Modbus Slave Port............................................................................................................. 61
I/O Application Module .................................................................................................................. 64
Electrical Asset Manager Configuration Engineering Tool (Ecoreach™) ...................................... 67
SECTION 4: POWERPACT M-FRAME MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS .......... 69
Performance .................................................................................................................................. 69
Interrupting Ratings ....................................................................................................................... 70
Termination Information ................................................................................................................. 70
Accessories ................................................................................................................................... 70
Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 71
SECTION 5: POWERPACT P-FRAME MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........... 72
Performance .................................................................................................................................. 72
Catalog Numbers ........................................................................................................................... 73
Continuous Current Rating ............................................................................................................ 77
Interrupting Ratings ....................................................................................................................... 77
Automatic Molded Case Switches ................................................................................................. 78
Motor Circuit Protectors ................................................................................................................. 79
Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers ........................................................................................... 80
Termination Information ................................................................................................................. 80
Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 80
SECTION 6: POWERPACT R-FRAME CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...................................... 83
Performance .................................................................................................................................. 83
Catalog Numbers ........................................................................................................................... 84
Interrupting Ratings ....................................................................................................................... 89
Automatic Molded Case Switches ................................................................................................. 89
Termination Information ................................................................................................................. 90
Continuous Current Rating ............................................................................................................ 90
Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 90
SECTION 7: COMPACT NS630B–NS1600 CIRCUIT BREAKERS ............................... 92
Performance .................................................................................................................................. 92
Catalog Numbers ........................................................................................................................... 94
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Interrupting Ratings ....................................................................................................................... 96
Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers .......................................................................................... 96
Automatic Molded Case Switches ................................................................................................. 96
Termination Information ................................................................................................................ 96
Accessories ................................................................................................................................... 96
Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 96
SECTION 8: COMPACT NS1600B–NS3200 CIRCUIT BREAKER .................................97
Performance .................................................................................................................................. 97
Catalog Numbers .......................................................................................................................... 98
Interrupting Ratings ....................................................................................................................... 98
Automatic Molded Case Switches ................................................................................................. 98
Termination Information ................................................................................................................ 99
Accessories ................................................................................................................................... 99
Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 99
SECTION 9: ACCESSORIES .........................................................................................100
Accessories ................................................................................................................................. 100
Electrical Accessories ................................................................................................................. 102
Auxiliary Switch (OF): ...................................................................................................... 104
Alarm Switch (SD)............................................................................................................ 104
Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE) ........................................................................................ 104
Micrologic Trip Unit Accessories ................................................................................................. 107
Test Equipment ........................................................................................................................... 113
Circuit Breaker Terminations ....................................................................................................... 114
External Accessories ................................................................................................................... 117
Locking Accessories .................................................................................................................... 118
Sub-Feed Lugs ............................................................................................................................ 119
SECTION 10: P-FRAME CRADLES AND CRADLE ACCESSORIES ............................120
Circuit Breaker and Cradle Design .............................................................................................. 120
Cradle Accessories ..................................................................................................................... 121
Cradle Locking and Interlocking .................................................................................................. 122
Open Door Racking Interlock ...................................................................................................... 122
Miscellaneous Accessories ......................................................................................................... 122
Wiring Diagrams .......................................................................................................................... 123
SECTION 11: CIRCUIT BREAKER DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS ..................................127
Dimensions for M-Frame Circuit Breakers .................................................................................. 127
Dimensions for P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Circuit Breakers ............................................... 130
Dimensions for R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers ............................................. 154
SECTION 12: ACCESSORY DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS .............................................165
Accessory Dimensions ................................................................................................................ 165
SECTION 13: TRIP CURVES ...........................................................................................172
SECTION 14: CATALOG NUMBERS ..............................................................................186
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Section 1—General Information
Section 1—General Information
Introduction
PowerPact™ M-, P-, and R-frame and Compact™ NS630b–NS3200 electronic trip molded case circuit
breakers are designed to protect electrical systems from damage caused by overloads, short circuits,
and ground faults. All circuit breakers are designed to open and close a circuit by nonautomatic means
and to open the circuit automatically on a predetermined overcurrent. Electronic trip molded case circuit
breakers use an electronic trip system to signal the circuit breaker to open automatically.
The PowerPact M-frame (800 A frame size), P-frame (1200 A frame size) and R-frame (3000 A frame
size) circuit breakers are dual rated to UL489 and IEC 60947-2. The Compact NS630b–NS1600 (1600 A
frame size) and NS1600b–NS3200 (3200 A frame) circuit breakers are rated to IEC 60947-2 only.
M-frame molded case circuit breakers are equipped with a basic ET1.0 electronic trip system, which has
a fixed long-time (overload) setting and an adjustable instantaneous (short-circuit) trip setting. P-frame,
R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 molded case circuit breakers are available with either a basic ET 1.0I
electronic trip system or with a more advanced Micrologic™ trip system. Electronic trip motor circuit
protectors (trip system ET 1.0M), which trip on short circuit only, and automatic molded case switches,
which trip at a predetermined self-protection level only, are also available for special applications. All of
these circuit breakers are available labeled as Square D™ or Schneider Electric™ (formerly Merlin
Gerin™, Federal Pioneer™, or Federal Pacific™).
For information on other Square D brand PowerPact molded case circuit breakers, see the Class 611
catalog: PowerPact H-, J-, and L-Frame Circuit Breakers.
Features and Benefits
M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 electronic trip circuit breakers:
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Provide overload and short-circuit protection
Are true RMS sensing devices
Provide means to manually disconnect power to the circuit
Provide enhanced coordination by their adjustability
Provide high interrupting ratings and withstand ratings
Circuit breakers with Micrologic trip units can also:
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Provide integral equipment ground-fault protection or alarm
Provide communications
Provide power monitoring
Provide protective relaying functions
Provide zone-selective interlocking (ZSI), which can reduce damage in the event of a fault
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Specifications
Electronic trip molded case circuit breakers have a molded case made of a glass-reinforced insulating
material (thermal set composite resin) that provides high dielectric strength. These circuit breakers:
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Are available in either dual-rated Underwriters Laboratory® (UL®) / International Electrotechnical
Commission® (IEC®) or IEC-only constructions
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Are also Canadian Standard Association® (CSA®) and Association of the Electrical Sector®
(ANCE®) certified (dual-rated UL/IEC circuit breakers only)
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Are manufactured in unit-mount, I-Line™ and drawout (P-frame and NS630b–NS1600) constructions
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Share common tripping of all poles
Are available with either type ET or Micrologic electronic tripping systems
Provide optional power monitoring, communications, protective relaying, integral ground-fault
protection for equipment and zone-selective interlocking functions
Can be mounted and operated in any position1
Are equipped with an externally-accessible test port for use with hand-held and full-function test sets
Are available in motor circuit protector and automatic molded case switch constructions
Can be reverse connected, without restrictive LINE and LOAD markings
Meet the requirements of National Electrical Code® (NEC®) Sections 240.6 by providing a means
to seal the rating plug and trip unit adjustments
Codes and Standards
M-, P- and R-frame, and NS630b–NS3200 electronic trip circuit breakers and switches are
manufactured and tested in accordance with the following standards:
Table 1:
Standards
M-Frame, P-Frame and
R-Frame Circuit Breakers
P- and R-Frame Switches
NS630b–NS3200
Circuit Breakers
NS630b–NS3200
Switches
UL 4891
IEC Standard 60947-2
CSA C22.2 No 5
Federal Specification
W-C-375B/GEN
NEMA AB1
NMX J-266
UTE, VDE, BS, CEI, UNE, CCC
UL 4892
IEC Standard 60947-3
CSA C22.2 No 5
Federal Specification
W-C-375B/GEN
NEMA AB1
NMX J-266
UTE, VDE, BS, CEI, UNE
IEC Standard 60947-2
Federal Specification
W-C-375B/GEN
NEMA AB1
UTE, VDE, BS, CEI, UNE
IEC Standard 60947-3
Federal Specification
W-C-375B/GEN
NEMA AB1
UTE, VDE, BS, CEI, UNE
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PowerPact M-frame circuit breaker is in UL File E10027.
PowerPact P-frame circuit breaker is in UL File E63335.
PowerPact R-frame circuit breaker is in UL FIle E10027.
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PowerPact P-frame switch is in UL File E103740.
PowerPact R-frame switch is in UL FIle E33117.
Circuit breakers should be applied according to guidelines detailed in the NEC and other local
wiring codes.
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Compact NW circuit breakers are not available with I-Line terminations. (They cannot be mounted horizontally, only vertically.)
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Circuit Breaker Ratings
Interrupting Rating
The interrupting rating is the highest current at rated voltage the circuit breaker is designed to safely
interrupt under standard test conditions. Circuit breakers must be selected with interrupting ratings equal
to or greater than the available short-circuit current at the point where the circuit breaker is applied to the
system (unless it is a branch device in a series rated combination). Interrupting ratings are shown on the
front of the circuit breaker. For grounded B phase interrupting ratings, see Data Bulletin 2700DB0202.
Table 2:
UL/IEC Circuit Breaker Interrupting Ratings
UL/CSA Rating (60 Hz)
Circuit
Breaker1
Grounded
B Phase
(1Ø-3Ø)
3 Phase
240 Vac
480 Vac
600 Vac
240 Vac
240 Vac 2P Icu
380/415 Vac
Ics
Icu
Ics
MG
65 kA
35 kA
18 kA
65 kA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
MJ
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
PG
65 kA
35 kA
18 kA
65 kA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
PJ
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
PK
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
65 kA
50 kA
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
PL
125 kA
100 kA
25 kA
65 kA
125 kA
65 kA
85 kA
45 kA
20 kA
RG
65 kA
35 kA
18 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
RJ
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
100 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
RK
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
70 kA
55 kA
RL
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
125 kA
125 kA
65 kA
85 kA
45 kA
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Table 3:
IEC 60947-2 Rating (50/60 Hz)
The K interrupting rating is recommended for applications having high inrush and/or non-linear loads such as large motors,
transformers, motors with soft starts, etc.
IEC Only Circuit Breaker Interrupting Ratings (50/60 Hz)
Circuit Breaker
220/240 Vac
380/415 Vac
440 Vac
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
500/525 Vac
660/690 Vac
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Interrupting Rating
Electrically Operated
NS630b–NS1600
N Interrupting Rating
50 kA
37 kA
50 kA
37 kA
50 kA
37 kA
40 kA
30 kA
30 kA
22 kA
NS630b–NS1600
H Interrupting Rating
70 kA
35 kA
70 kA
35 kA
65 kA
32 kA
50 kA
25 kA
42 kA
21 kA
NS630b–NS1000
L Interrupting Rating
150 kA
150 kA
150 kA
150 kA
130 kA
130 kA
100 kA
100 kA
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NS630b–NS1600
N Interrupting Rating
85 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
40 kA
40 kA
30 kA
30 kA
NS630b–NS1600
H Interrupting Rating
85 kA
52 kA
70 kA
52 kA
65 kA
48 kA
50 kA
37 kA
42 kA
31 kA
NS630b–NS1000
L Interrupting Rating
150 kA
150 kA
150 kA
150 kA
130 kA
130 kA
100 kA
100 kA
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NS630b–NS800
R Interrupting Rating
200 kA
200 kA
200 kA
200 kA
200 kA
200 kA
100 kA
100 kA
75 kA
75 kA
Manually Operated
NS1600b–NS3200
N Interrupting Rating
85 kA
65 kA
70 kA
52 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
NS1600b–NS3200
H Interrupting Rating
125 kA
94 kA
85 kA
64 kA
85 kA
64 kA
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Application Ratings
The voltage rating is the highest voltage for the electrical system on which the circuit breaker can be
applied. The frequency rating indicates the system frequency for which the circuit breaker is intended.
The withstand rating is used to improve system coordination by maximizing the current level at which
the circuit breaker trips with no intentional delay. The withstand rating is the level of RMS symmetrical
current that a circuit breaker can carry in a closed position for a stated period of time.
Table 4:
Voltage, Frequency and Withstand Ratings
Circuit Breaker
Voltage
Rating
Frequency Rating
Withstand Rating at
480 Vac1
MG, MJ
600 Vac
60 Hz (UL), 50/60 Hz (IEC)
10 kA (0.5 sec)
PG, PK
600 Vac
60 Hz (UL), 50/60 Hz (IEC)
25 kA (0.5 sec)
PJ
600 Vac
60 Hz (UL), 50/60 Hz (IEC)
10 kA (0.5 sec)
PL
480 Vac
60 Hz (UL), 50/60 Hz (IEC)
10 kA (0.5 sec)
R-frame (RG, RJ, RK, RL)
600 Vac
60 Hz (UL), 50/60 Hz (IEC)
32 kA (3 sec)
NS630b–NS1600 N Interrupting Rating
690 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
19.2 kA (1 sec)
NS630b–NS1600 H Interrupting Rating
690 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
19.2 kA (1 sec)
NS630b–NS1000 L Interrupting Rating
690 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
N/A
NS630b–NS1000 R Interrupting Rating
690 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
N/A
NS1600b–NS3200 N Interrupting Rating
690 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
32 kA (3 sec)
NS1600b–NS3200 H Interrupting Rating
440 Vac
50/60 Hz (IEC)
32 kA (3 sec)
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A system coordination study should be done for optimum circuit breaker coordination.
Ampere Rating (Continuous Current Rating)
The ampere rating (or continuous current rating) (Ir) is the maximum current that a circuit breaker can
carry. The sensor size (In) is the maximum ampere rating for a specific circuit breaker and is based on
the size of the sensor plug inside the circuit breaker. This value is printed below the trip unit on the
sensor plug. See Sensor Plugs (page 109) for more information.
NOTE: The maximum ampere rating a circuit breaker family can carry is called the frame size. Sensor
size is less than or equal to frame size.
The ampere rating of a type ET electronic trip circuit breaker is equal to the current sensor size (In).
The ampere rating of a Micrologic™ electronic trip circuit breaker is determined by the mathematical
equation:
Ampere Rating = Sensor Size x Rating Plug Setting (Ir = In x Rating Plug Setting)
The rating plug varies the circuit breaker ampere rating as a function of its sensor size. Rating plugs
have nine dial settings; the multiplier values corresponding with each setting are printed on the rating
plug. The maximum setting range is 0.4–1.0 x In.
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Enclosure Sizes
All type ET electronic trip UL/IEC M-frame, P-frame and R-frame circuit breakers are available as
standard rated circuit breakers. Micrologic electronic trip UL/IEC circuit breakers are also available in
100% rated constructions. Because the additional heat generated when applying circuit breakers at
100% of continuous current rating, the use of specially designed enclosures and 194° F (90°C) rated
wire sized per the 167° F (75°C) NEC chart is required.
Circuit breakers with 100% rating can also be used in applications requiring only 80% continuous loading.
Table 5:
Minimum Enclosure Sizes for Fixed-Mounted Circuit Breakers
Enclosure Dimensions (h x w x d) in./(mm)
Ventilation Area
Circuit Breaker Rating
3P Circuit Breaker
4P Circuit Breaker
M-Frame, ” 800 A, Standard Rated
51.9 x 20.25 x 7.75
(1318.3 x 514.4 x 196.9)
51.9 x 23.01 x 7.75
(1318.3 x 584.4 x 196.9)
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P-Frame, ” 800 A, 100% Rated
P-Frame, ” 1200 A, Standard Rated
51.9 x 20.25 x 7.75
(1318.3 x 514.4 x 196.9)
51.9 x 23.01 x 7.75
(1318.3 x 584.4 x 196.9)
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P-Frame, ” 1200 A, 100% Rated
62.25 x 23 x 14.75
(1581.2 x 584.2 x 374.7)
62.25 x 25.76 x 14.75
(1581.2 x 654.2 x 374.7)
16.5 in.
10,645 mm
16.5 in.
10,645 mm
R-Frame, Standard Rated1
30 x 21 x 7
(762 x 533 x 178)
30 x 25.5 x 7
(762 x 648 x 178)
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R-Frame, 100% Rated1
30 x 21 x 7
(762 x 533 x 178)
30 x 25.5 x 7
(762 x 648 x 178)
40.25 in.
26,000 mm
40.25 in.
26,000 mm
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Top
Bottom
RLTB or RL3TB kits may extend beyond end of enclosure when using minimum enclosure size.
Operating Conditions
Temperature
To meet the requirements of the UL489 Standard, molded case circuit breakers are designed, built and
calibrated for use on 50/60 Hz ac systems in a 40°C (104°F) ambient environment. Electronic trip
circuit breakers, however, are designed to react only to the magnitude of the current flowing through
the circuit breaker and are inherently ambient insensitive. Both UL/IEC and IEC-only circuit breakers
may be operated at temperatures between -25°C and +70°C (-13°F and 158°F). For temperatures
other than 40°C (104°F), the circuit breakers must be re-rated as shown.
Table 6:
Temperature Re-rating Values
Maximum Ambient Temperature
°F
158
140
122
104
86
77
68
50
32
14
-4
-13
-22
°C
70
60
50
40
30
25
20
10
0
-10
-20
-25
-30
0.75
0.83
0.92
1.00
1.07
1.11
1.14
1.21
1.27
1.33
1.39
1.42
1.44
Current
Altitude
Circuit breakers are suitable for use at altitudes up to 13,100 ft. (4000 m). For altitudes higher than
6560 ft. (2000 m), circuit breakers must be derated as shown.
Table 7:
Altitude Derating Values Per ANSI C37.20.1 Table 10
Altitude
≤ 6,600 ft.
(≤ 2,000 m)
8,500 ft.
(2,600 m)
Voltage
1.00
0.95
0.80
Current
1.00
0.99
0.96
13,000 ft.
(3,900 m)
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Extreme Atmospheric Conditions
PowerPact circuit breakers have successfully passed the tests defined below for extreme atmospheric
conditions.
Dry cold and dry heat:
•
•
IEC 68-2-1—Dry cold at -67°F (-55°C)
IEC 68-2-2—Dry heat at 185°F (+85°C)
Damp heat (tropicalization)
•
•
IEC 68-2-30—Damp heat (temperature 131°F (55°C) and relative humidity of 95%, condensing)
IEC 68-2-52 level 2—Salt mist
The materials used in the PowerPact circuit breakers will not support the growth of fungus and mold.
Vibration
PowerPact circuit breakers meet IEC 60068-2-6 Standards for vibration.
•
•
2 to 13.2 Hz and amplitude 0.039 in. (1 mm)
13.2 to 100 Hz constant acceleration
Storage Temperature
Circuit breakers with trip units without LCD displays may be stored in the original packaging at
temperatures between -58°F (-50°C) and 185°F (85°C). For circuit breakers with trip units with LCD
displays, this range is -40°F (-40°C) to 185°F (85°C).
Trip System
ET1.0I
The trip system causes the circuit breaker to open automatically under overload, short-circuit or
equipment ground-fault conditions. Electronic trip circuit breakers give the customer more versatility to
achieve coordination with features such as adjustable instantaneous pickup and high withstand ratings.
Micrologic 6.0A
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The type ET and the Micrologic trip systems consist of current sensors, a microprocessor-based trip
unit, and a tripping coil. The tripping coil is a flux transfer solenoid that requires no external power
source. All type ET and Micrologic protective functions are completely fault powered.
100 %
40 %
menu
instantaneous
Micrologic Trip System
long time
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6 8 10
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15
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Features found in Micrologic™ electronic trip circuit breakers, such as universally interchangeable
rating plugs, adjustable long-time pickups and 100% ratings also provide capacity for future growth.
off
ground fault
ET
Electronic
Trip Unit
Micrologic
Electronic
Trip Unit
The integral equipment ground-fault sensing capabilities available with Micrologic trip systems mean
that there are fewer parts and pieces to purchase, mount and wire. These capabilities include integral
ground-fault protection for equipment, which causes the circuit breaker to trip when a ground fault is
detected, as well as integral ground-fault alarm, which does not trip the circuit breaker but sends an
alarm when a ground fault is detected.
Certain Micrologic trip systems also offer the customer true power management system solutions through
communication. These trip units can communicate with other circuit breakers in the system and also with a
power monitoring system. Communication is by Modbus® and does not require proprietary software.
Communication between trip units allows zone-selective interlocking (ZSI) between circuit breakers at
different levels in the system. ZSI reduces fault stress by allowing the upstream circuit breaker closest to the
fault to ignore its preset delay time and trip without any intentional delay on a short circuit or ground fault.
For more information on ZSI, see data bulletin Reducing Fault Stress with Zone-Selective Interlocking.
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Communication with a power monitoring system through a communications network allows a ground
fault to be reported without interrupting power to the system. It also allows the power monitoring
system to remotely report power usage, current flow, and trip history.
Instantaneous OFF Feature
Micrologic™ 5.0 and 6.0 Standard, A, P, and H electronic trip units provide the unique ability to turn the
instantaneous tripping function OFF. Turning off the instantaneous trip function increases the current
level at which the circuit breaker will trip with no intentional delay to the level of the short-time
withstand rating. This current level is typically much higher than any of the pickup levels provided by
the adjustable instantaneous feature. Therefore, using the instantaneous OFF feature improves
coordination by allowing the user to take advantage of the circuit breaker withstand rating.
Motor Circuit Protectors
An instantaneous trip version of the electronic trip circuit breaker is also available for motor circuit
protection. These motor circuit protectors comply with NEC requirements for providing short-circuit
protection when installed as part of a Listed combination controller having motor overload protection.
Electronic trip motor circuit protectors are similar in construction to type ET electronic trip circuit
breakers.They are designed as disconnect devices for use in combination with motor starters. These
motor circuit protectors provide short-circuit protection only and have an adjustable amperage pickup
so they can be set to open instantaneously at current values slightly above the motor starting inrush
current. This setting coordinates the pickup time-current response of the motor circuit protector with
the overload relay of the motor starter to give the best possible protection.
Current interrupting ratings for these UL Recognized components are established in combination with
motor starters and properly-sized overload relays and contactors.
Automatic Molded Case Switches
P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers are also available in automatic molded case
switch construction. Automatic switches are similar in construction to electronic trip circuit breakers,
except that the switches open instantaneously at a factory-set non-adjustable trip point calibrated to
protect only the molded case switch itself. Because of their molded case construction, they are more
compact than conventional disconnect switches and accept electrical accessories for added flexibility.
Molded case switches are intended for use as disconnect devices only. UL489 requires molded case
switches to be protected by a circuit breaker or fuse of equivalent rating. Molded case switches are
labeled with their appropriate withstand ratings. The withstand rating of a switch is defined as the
maximum current at rated voltage that the molded case switch will withstand without damage when
protected by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
Table 8:
P- and R-Frame Withstand Ratings1
Withstand Rating
Voltage
P-Frame Circuit Breakers
J
1
K
R-Frame Circuit Breakers
L
J
K
L
240 Vac
100 kA
65 kA
125 kA
—
65 kA
125 kA
480 Vac
65 kA
50 kA
100 kA
—
50 kA
100 kA
600 Vac
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
—
50 kA
50 kA
The withstand rating is the fault current at rated voltage that the molded case switch will withstand without damage when protected
by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
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Internal Operating Mechanism
Manually-Operated Circuit Breakers
M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 manually-operated circuit breakers have a single
operating handle that acts directly through the operating mechanism against the contact blades. Multipole circuit breakers have a common trip bar for positive action of all poles on manual and automatic
operation. These circuit breakers have a trip-free mechanism that allows them to trip even though the
operating handle may be restricted (by a handle operating mechanism or padlock attachment) in the
I/ON position. If not restricted, the operating handle moves to a position between I/ON and O/OFF
when the circuit breaker is tripped.
The face of the manually-operated circuit breaker is marked with standard ON/OFF and international
I/O markings to indicate handle position. In addition, the O/OFF portion of the circuit breaker handle is
color coded green.
Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers
P-frame and NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers are also available with a two-step stored-energy
mechanism which can be charged manually or using a motor. The closing time is less than five cycles.
Closing and opening operations can be initiated by remote control or by push buttons on the front cover.
An O-C-O (open-close-open) cycle is possible without recharging. Electrically-operated circuit breakers
include a motor, shunt trip, and shunt close of the same voltage plus an overcurrent trip switch (SDE).
The face of electrically-operated circuit breakers is also marked ON/OFF and I/O, and equipped with a
position indicator to show contact position.
Push-to-Trip Button
The push-to-trip button located on the face of each manually-operated circuit breaker is a standard
feature on these circuit breakers. This allows the user to manually trip the circuit breaker without
risking exposure to live parts. During normal on-off operation, the handle opens and closes the circuit
breaker contact but does not exercise the tripping mechanism.
Use the push-to-trip button to:
•
•
Exercise the circuit breaker mechanism
Check the auxiliary and alarm switch circuits
Circuit Breaker Mounting and Connections
Table 9:
Circuit Breaker Mounting and Connections
Unit-Mount Construction
Circuit Breaker
Cable Connection
Bus Connection
I-Line
Construction
Drawout
Construction
—
M-Frame
X
X
X
P-Frame
X
X
X
X
R-Frame
X1
X
X2
—
NS630b–NS1250
X
X
—
X
NS1600–NS3200
—
X
—
—
1
Must use RLTB or RL3TB terminal pad kit.
2
Through 1200 A, 100% rated only.
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Unit-Mount Circuit Breakers
Unit-mount M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers are individually-mounted
using supplied mounting screws. The four mounting screws are inserted through mounting holes
molded into the circuit breaker case and threaded into the circuit breaker mounting enclosure. To
properly support the circuit breaker, all four mounting screws must be used.
Unit-mount M-frame, P-frame and NS630b–NS1250 circuit breakers can be ordered with mechanical line
and load side lugs. The standard lugs can be removed for the installation of compression-type lugs or
bus connections. All lugs are UL Listed for their proper application and marked for use with aluminum
and copper (Al/Cu) or copper only (Cu) conductors. Lugs suitable for copper and aluminum conductors
are made of tin-plated aluminum. Lugs suitable for use with copper conductors only are made of copper.
See individual frame sections for frame-specific connection information.
M-Frame Unit-Mount
Electrically Operated
P-Frame Unit-Mount
P-Frame Unit-Mount
R-Frame Unit-Mount
I-Line Circuit Breakers
M-frame circuit breakers through 800 A and P-frame and R-frame circuit breakers through 1200 A are
available in I-Line construction for easy installation and removal in I-Line panelboards and
switchboards. I-Line circuit breakers use “blow-on” type line side connectors. In case of a short circuit,
increased magnetic flux causes the plug-on connectors of the circuit breaker to tighten their grasp on
the panelboard or switchboard bus bars. The I-Line connectors and circuit breaker mounting bracket
are integral parts of I-Line circuit breakers and cannot be removed or replaced. I-Line circuit breakers
come with mechanical load side lugs.
M-Frame I-Line
P-Frame I-Line
R-Frame I-Line
Drawout Circuit Breakers
P-frame manually-operated circuit breakers and switches are also available in drawout construction.
The drawout assembly mechanism allows the circuit breaker to be racked in four positions (connected,
test, disconnect or withdrawn).
P-frame cradles are ordered separately and are available with factory and field-installed accessories.
See Section 10—P-Frame Cradles and Cradle Accessories for details.
P-Frame Drawout
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Catalog Numbering System
The M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers and cradles follow a “smart”
catalog numbering system. The following tables are intended as a tool to decipher existing catalog
numbers. They are not intended for use in building catalog numbers, as some combinations
may not be available. To build a catalog number, please see the Digest, the Product Selector or
contact the local field office.
M-Frame, P-Frame and R-Frame Circuit Breaker Catalog Numbers
NOTE: Not all options are available on all frames.
Table 10:
Catalog Number for M-, P- and R-Frame (UL/IEC Dual-Rated) Circuit Breakers
Field Position
Field Description
1
Brand Name
2
3
4
5
6
7–9
10
Circuit Breaker Frame
Options
Description
(blank)
Square D
N
Schneider Electric (Formerly Merlin Gerin brand)
M
800 A Max.
P
1200 A Max.
R
3000 A Max.
G
35 kA @ 480 Vac
J
65 kA @ 480 Vac
K
P-Frame: 50 kA @ 600 Vac
R-Frame: 65 kA @ 600 Vac
L
100 kA @ 480 Vac
F
No Lugs
L
Lugs on Both Ends
M
Lugs on I/ON End
P
Lugs on O/OFF End
A
I-Line
D
Drawout (Not Available on M and R Frames)
2
2P
3
3P
4
4P
4
480 V
6
600 V
###
Circuit Breaker Rating (120 = 1200 A)
000
Automatic Switch Value
(none)
Standard Rated
C
100% rated
Interrupting Rating
Connection
Poles
Voltage Rating
Ampere Rating
Standard or 100% Rated
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Table 10:
Catalog Number for M-, P- and R-Frame (UL/IEC Dual-Rated) Circuit Breakers
Field Position
Field Description
Circuit Breaker Trip System
Options
(none)
ET1.0 (M-Frame)
(none)
ET1.0I (P-Frame, R-Frame)
U31
Micrologic™ 3.0 Trip Unit
U33
Micrologic 5.0 Trip Unit
U41
Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit
U43
Micrologic 5.0A Trip Unit
U44
Micrologic 6.0A Trip Unit
U63
Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit
U64
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
U73
Micrologic 5.0H Trip Unit
U74
Micrologic 6.0H Trip Unit
S60
600 A2
S80
800 A2
S10
1000 A2
S12
1200 A
S16
1600 A
S20
2000 A
S25
2500 A
S30
3000 A
11–14
Automatic Switch Trip System1
Description
M68
1200–10000 A2
Motor Circuit Protector Trip
System
M69
1500–10000 A2
M70
1800–10000 A2
15
Rating Plug
A–H
See Table 81
16-17
Modbus® Communication
E1
Modbus BCM
18
I-Line™ Phasing
See Digest, Product Selector
For Factory-Installed Accessories, See Product Selector
1
For more information on P-frame switches, see page 78. For more information on R-frame switches, see page 89.
2
Not available on R-frame.
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NS630b–NS3200 Circuit Breaker Catalog Numbers
Table 11:
Catalog Number for NS630b–NS3200 (IEC-Rated) Circuit Breakers
Field Position
Field Description
1
Brand Name
2
Circuit Breaker Frame
3
Interrupting Rating
4
Connection
5
Certification
6
Poles
7
Voltage Rating
8–10
Ampere Rating
Circuit Breaker Trip System
11–14
Automatic Switch Trip System
Non-Automatic Switch Trip
System
Options
Description
(Blank)
Square D
N
Schneider Electric
R
3200 A Max.
P
1600 A Max.
N
Standard Interrupting Rating
H
High Interrupting Rating
L
Current Limiting
R1
200 kA Interrupting
F
No lugs
L
Lugs on Both Ends
M
Lugs on I/ON End
P
Lugs on O/OFF End
D
Drawout
S
Rear Connected
E
IEC
3
3P
4
4P
4
440 Vac
6
690 Vac
###
Circuit Breaker Rating (120 = 1200 A)
000
Automatic Switch Value
U32
Micrologic™ 2.0 Trip Unit
U33
Micrologic 5.0 Trip Unit
U42
Micrologic 2.0A Trip Unit
U43
Micrologic 5.0A Trip Unit
U44
Micrologic 6.0A Trip Unit
U63
Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit
U64
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
U73
Micrologic 5.0H Trip Unit
U74
Micrologic 6.0H Trip Unit
S63
630 A
S80
800 A
S10
1000 A
S12
1250 A
S16
1600 A
S20
2000 A
S25
2500 A
S32
3200 A
Z63
630 A
Z80
800 A
Z10
1000 A
Z12
1250 A
Z16
1600 A
15
Rating Plug
R–T
See Table 80
16–17
Modbus® Communications
E1
Modbus BCM
For Accessories, See Product Selector
1
R interruption only valid with rear-connected (S) termination.
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Cradle Catalog Numbers
P-frame and NS630b–NS1600 manually-operated circuit breakers and switches are available in
drawout construction (factory installed only). The circuit breakers may be ordered using the circuit
breaker catalog numbering systems described above. The cradles must be ordered separately.
Table 12:
Cradle Catalog Number
Field Position
Field Description
1
Cradle
2
3
4
5
6
7
Options
Description
C
Cradle
S
P-Frame 3P
D
P-Frame 4P
L
Square D Brand UL/IEC Dual-Rated
Frame Size
Brand/Certification
Circuit Breaker Interruption Rating
Cradle Connections Top Terminals
Cradle Connections Bottom Terminals
G
Schneider Electric IEC Rated Only
E
P-Frame “G”,“J”, “K”, or “L” Interrupting Rating
V
Rear-Connected T Vertical (RCTV)
H
Rear-Connected T horizontal (RCTH)
E
Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
V
Rear-Connected T Vertical (RCTV)
H
Rear-Connected T Horizontal (RCTH)
E
Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
9
None (Standard for P-Frame Circuit Breakers)
Shutters and Associated Options
3
Shutters with Padlocking Provision
A
See Product Selector
8
Circuit Breaker Mismatch and Cradle Interlock
9
Metering CT
X
Not Applicable on P-Frame Cradle
10
Cradle Secondary Disconnects Wiring
X
See Product Selector
11–18
Miscellaneous Cradle Options
X
See Product Selector
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Testing Requirements
UL, NEMA, CSA, and NMX requirements
The UL, NEMA, CSA and NMX labels on a circuit breaker indicate that the circuit breaker meets the
requirements of UL Standard 489, NEMA Standard AB-1, CSA Standard C22.2 No. 5 and NMX standard
J266. The labels also mean that the production procedure is monitored by UL, CSA and ANCE inspectors
to ensure continued compliance to these standards. These requirements include the following tests:
•
200% Overload Calibration—each pole of the circuit breaker must trip within a specified time limit
when carrying 200% of its continuous current rating.
•
135% Overload Calibration—with all poles connected in series, the circuit breaker must trip within a
specified time limit while carrying 135% of its continuous current rating.
•
Overload—the circuit breaker must make and break 600% of its continuous current rating at rated
voltage. Circuit breaker frame sizes 125–1600 A must perform 50 operations at 600%. Circuit
breaker frame sizes 2000–2500 A must perform 25 operations at 600%.
•
Temperature Rise—while carrying 100% of rated current and mounted in open air, temperature
rise on a wiring terminal must be within specified limits. For 100% rating, the circuit breaker is
mounted in an enclosure.
•
Endurance—UL489 requires that the circuit breaker must complete, at minimum, the following
number of operations:
Table 13:
Endurance Operations
Operations
Frame Size
With Current 1
Without Current
1200–2500
500
2000
1 UL requires the circuit breaker to operate 10% of the “with current” operations with a shunt trip.
•
Calibration—both the 200% and 135% overload calibration tests are repeated after endurance
testing.
•
Short Circuit—the circuit breaker shall be subjected to test currents based on voltage rating and
frame size, with the type and number of operations based on the number of poles, frame rating and
voltage rating. Example: a 3P, 600 Vac, 2500 A frame circuit breaker is subjected to one 20 kA
single-phase closing of the circuit on the circuit breaker per pole and one 30 kA three-phase closing
of the circuit on the circuit breaker for a total of seven short circuit tests.
•
•
Trip Out—the 200% thermal calibration test is repeated following the short-circuit tests.
Dielectric—the circuit breaker must withstand, for one minute, twice its rated voltage plus 1000 V:
— Between line and load terminals with the circuit breaker in the open, tripped and OFF positions.
— Between terminals of opposite polarity with the circuit breaker closed.
— Between live parts and the overall enclosure with the circuit breaker both open and closed.
No conditioning of the circuit breaker can take place during or between tests. There can be no failure of
functional parts at the conclusion of the sequences.
After qualifying a set of circuit breakers to the standard tests, a manufacturer can have additional
circuit breaker samples tested on higher than standard available fault currents. The following
performance requirements apply:
•
200% Overload Calibration—each pole of the circuit breaker must trip within a specified time limit
when carrying 200% of its continuous current rating.
•
Short-Circuit Test—with the load side terminals connected by 10-inch lengths of specified cable (or
a shorting bar), the circuit breaker is exposed to a short-circuit current for a set time interval. After
safe interruption, the circuit breaker is reset and closed again on the short circuit.
•
250% Overload Calibration—each pole of the circuit breaker must trip within a specified time limit
when carrying 250% of its continuous current rating.
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•
Dielectric Withstand—the circuit breaker is subjected to twice the voltage rating at which the
interrupting test was conducted, but not less than 900 V.
— Between line and load terminals with the circuit breaker in the tripped and in the OFF positions.
— Between terminals of opposite polarity with the circuit breaker closed.
— Between live parts and the overall enclosure with the circuit breaker both open and closed.
When the sample circuit breakers pass these tests, circuit breakers of the same construction can be
marked or labeled with the current interrupting rating for the higher fault currents.
IEC Requirements
The IEC markings on a circuit breaker indicates that the circuit breaker meets the requirements of IEC
Standard 60947-2 for circuit breakers and 60947-3 for automatic switches. These requirements
include the following tests:
Table 14:
IEC Test Sequence
Sequence
General
Performance
Characteristics
(Sequence 1)
Rated Service
Short-circuit
Breaking Capacity
(Ics)
(Sequence 2)
Rated Ultimate
Short-circuit
Breaking Capacity
(Icu)
(Sequence 3)
Rated Short-time
Withstand Current
(Icw)
(Sequence 4)
Category of Devices
Tests
All Circuit Breakers
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tripping Limits and Characteristics
Dielectric Properties
Mechanical and Electrical Endurance
Overload
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
Temperature Rise
145% Calibration (3 Poles in Series or 3-Phase Test)
•
•
•
•
•
Rated service short circuit breaking capacity (O-t-CO-t-CO)
Electrical Endurance (5% of with Current Operations of
Sequence 1)
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
Temperature Rise
145% Calibration (3 poles in series or 3-phase test)
•
•
•
•
200% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
Rated Ultimate Short Circuit Breaking Capacity (O-t-CO)
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
250% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
•
•
•
•
200% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
Rated Short-Time Withstand Current
Temperature Rise
Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity at Maximum Short-Time
Withstand Current (O-t-CO)
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
200% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
All Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers of Utilization Category A
Circuit Breakers of Utilization Category B
Circuit Breakers of Utilization Category B
•
•
Circuit Breakers of Utilization Category B:
Combined
Sequence
Individual Pole
Short-Circuit Test
Sequence
(Annex H)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
200% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
Rated Short-Time Withstand Current Icw
Rated Service Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity at Ics
(O-CO-CO) at Maximum Relay Temp.
145% Calibration (3 Poles in Series or 3-Phase Test)
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
Temperature Rise
200% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
•
•
•
Individual Pole Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
250% Calibration (Each Pole Separately)
When Icw = Ics Replaces Sequences 2 and 4
When Icw = Ics = Icu Replaces Sequences
2, 3 and 4
Circuit Breakers for Use in IT Systems
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Section 2—Energy Management
Section 2—Energy Management
Energy Management Using the Smart System
Use the Smart System to connect your building to real savings in three steps:
A. Measure
Embedded and stand-alone metering and control
B. Connect
— Integrated communication interfaces
— Ready to connect to energy management platforms
C. Save
— Data-driven energy efficiency actions
— Real-time monitoring and control
— Access to energy and site information through on-line services
CLOUD
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Measure
Smart System communications mean visible information.
Grouping most of the electrical protection, command and metering components, the switchboards
are now significant sources of data locally displayed and sent via communication networks.
Connect
Smart Systems use reliable, simple-to-install-and-use displays, and Ethernet and Modbus
interfaces.
Information is safely transmitted through the most efficient networks:
— Modbus SL inside switchboards, between components,
— Ethernet, on cable or WiFi, inside the building and connecting switchboards and computers,
— Ethernet or GPRS, for access to on-line services by Schneider Electric.
Energy experts, no matter where they are located, can now provide advise based on the updated
data of the building.
Save
CLOUD
On-Site Real-Time Monitoring and Control
The FDM128 touch screen display connected to
the Ethernet:
•
shows essential electrical information and
alarms concerning the electrical network,
•
allows control (open, close, reset…) of
various equipment.
On-Line Energy Management Services
StruXureWare Energy Operation automates data
collection using an open, scalable, and secure
energy management information system.
The FDM128 touch screen provides real-time
value checking and control, directly on the front
panel of the main switchboard.
With the help of the Schneider Electric energy
management services team, data is turned into
information to enable customers to understand
their facilities’ performance on an ongoing basis.
On a PC display with common browser:
•
shows monitoring web pages hosted into the
local Ethernet interface,
•
alarm events generate automatic email
notifications,
•
allows control (open, close, reset…) of
various equipment.
Energy Operation leverages companies’ current
investments in their existing systems, and can be
used to communicate advanced results and
performance to a broad audience for a shared
understanding throughout an organization.
The data is displayed graphically or recorded into
files for optimizing the use of energy in the building.
As an example, the data can help validate the
change of temperature settings, time scheduling
in a Building Management System or other
automated devices.
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Smart System Communication Components
PowerPact and Compact Circuit Breakers with Micrologic Trip Units
Ammeter A
•
•
•
•
2.0 basic protection (IEC)
3.0 basic protection (UL)
5.0 selective protection
6.0 selective + ground-fault protection
Power Meter P
•
•
5.0 selective protection
6.0 selective + ground-fault protection
Harmonic Meter H
•
•
5.0 selective protection
6.0 selective + ground-fault protection
See page 40 for more information.
Displays
FDM121
•
•
One-to-one front display module
See page 25 for more information
Power Meter
FDM128
•
•
One-to-eight front display module
See page 25 for more information
Operating Assistance
Functions
Communication
•
•
•
•
•
PowerPact and Compact circuit breakers in a communication network
I/O application module
IFE: Ethernet interface module
IFM: Modbus interface module
Com’X 200: Energy server
Communication
I/O Module
IFM Module
IFE Module
Com’X 200
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Power Meter Functions
In addition to protection functions, Micrologic A/P/H trip units offer all the functions of Power Meter
products as well as operating assistance for the circuit breaker.
Micrologic A/P/H trip unit measurement functions are made possible by the Micrologic trip unit’s
intelligence and the accuracy of the sensors. They are handled by a microprocessor that operates
independent of protection functions.
Display Function
FDM121 Display Unit (One to One)
Display Function
The FDM121 switchboard display unit can be connected to a communication (COM) option (Breaker
Communication Module [BCM ULP]) using a circuit breaker ULP cord to display all measurements on a
screen. The LCD screen is 3.78 x 3.78 in. (96 x 96 mm). The FMD121 display unit requires a 24 Vdc
power supply. The COM option (BCM ULP) unit is supplied by the same power supply via the circuit
breaker ULP cord connecting it to the FDM121. See page 30 for more information.
Main Menu
I
I1
Quick view
310
A
V
I2
315
4/7
PQS
A
402 V
%
100
120
398 V
%
100
120
401 V
%
100
120
E
P
64
kW
Ep
14397
kWh
Q
38
kVar
Eq
8325
kVarh
S
51
kVA
Es
13035
kVAh
U1
Metering
%
I3 302
Control
%
IN 23
A
A
U2
Alarms
U3
Services
ESC
%
%
ESC
OK
ESC
FDM121 Display
Current
FDM121 Display
Navigation
ESC
FDM121 Display:
Voltage
ESC
FDM121 Display:
Power
FDM121 Display:
Consumption
FDM128 Display Unit (One to Eight)
The FDM128 display unit uses an IFE Ethernet interface for low-voltage circuit breakers.
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Quick view
Open
Auto
Alarm history
Control
ESC
Quick view
Measures
Alarm history
Control
Ir
000 A
12:00:05
S1-1 - Lighting/Level1
Measures
Maintenance
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1/7
FDM128 Display
Navigation
000 A
Maintenance
ESC
I
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S1-1 - Lighting/Level1
U-V
PQS
E
Quick view
I Current
431
385
426
2
I1
I2
I3
IN
1/10
FDM128 Display
Current
Measures
A
A
A
A
Alarm history
Control
I
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U-V
PQS
E
Quick view
VL L
VL-L
406
415
409
V12
V23
V31
Maintenance
V
V
V
Measures
Alarm history
Control
I
PQS
E
PQS
127 kW
13 kVAr
129 kVA
Ptot
Qtot
Stot
Maintenance
ESC
1/10
FDM128 Display:
Voltage
ESC
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S1-1 - Lighting/Level1
U-V
Quick view
Measures
Alarm history
Control
I
U-V
E cumul
EpIn
EpOut
PQS
E
Reset
165 kWh
45 kWh
Maintenance
1/12
FDM128 Display:
Power
ESC
1/3
FDM128 Display:
Consumption
For all FDM, in addition to the information displayed on the Micrologic trip unit LCD, the FDM screen
shows demand, power quality, and maximum/minimum ammeter values along with histories and
maintenance indicators.
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Measurement Function
Instantaneous RMS Measurements
Measurement Function
The Micrologic trip unit continuously displays the RMS value of the highest current of the three phases
and neutral (Imax). The navigation buttons can be used to scroll through the main measurements.
In the event of a fault trip, the trip cause is displayed.
The Micrologic A trip unit measures phase, neutral, and ground fault currents.
Micrologic P/H trip units offer voltage, power, power factor, frequency, and cos ij in addition to the
measurements provided by Micrologic A trip units.
Maximum / Minimum Ammeter
Every instantaneous measurement provided by Micrologic A trip units can be associated with a
maximum/minimum ammeter. The maximum for the highest current of the three phases, neutral, and
demand current can be reset using the FDM display unit or the communication system.
Energy Metering
The Micrologic P/H trip units also measures the energy consumed since the last reset of the meter.
The active energy meter can be reset using the Micrologic trip unit keypad, the FDM display unit, or the
communication system.
Demand and Maximum Demand Values
Micrologic P/H trip units also calculate demand current and power values. These calculations can be
made using a block or sliding interval that can be set from five to sixty minutes in steps of one minute.
The window can be synchronised with a signal sent through the communication system. Whatever the
calculation method, the calculated values can be recovered on a PC through the communication
network.
Ordinary spreadsheet software can be used to provide trend curves and forecasts based on this data.
They provide a basis for load shedding and reconnection operations used to adjust consumption to the
subscribed power.
Power Quality
The Micrologic H trip unit calculates power quality indicators taking into account the presence of
harmonics up to the fifteenth harmonic, including the total harmonic distortion (THD) of current and
voltage.
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Table 15:
Micrologic A/P/H Trip Units Integrated Power Meter Functions
Display
Micrologic A/P/H Integrated Power Meter Functions
Type
Micrologi FDM
c LCD
Display
Ir, tr, Isd, tsd, Ii, Ig, tg
A/P/H
X
—
Phases and neutral
IA, IB, IC, IN
A/P/H
X
X
Average of phases
Iavg = (IA + IB + IC) / 3
A/P/H
—
X
Highest current of the 3 phases and neutral
Imax of IA, IB, IC, IN
A/P/H
X
X
Ground fault (Micrologic 6)
% Ig (pick-up setting)
A/P/H
X
X
Current unbalance between phases
% Iavg
P/H
—
X
Phase-to-phase
VAB, VBC, VCA
P/H
X
X
Phase-to-neutral
VAN, VBN, VCN
P/H
X
X
Average of phase-to-phase voltages
Vavg = (VAB + VBC + VCA) / 3
P/H
—
X
Average of phase-to-neutral voltages
Vavg = (VAN + VBN + VCN) / 3
P/H
—
X
Ph-Ph and Ph-N voltage unbalance
% Vavg
P/H
—
X
Phase sequence
ABC, ACB
P/H
X
X1
Power system
f
P/H
X
X
P, total
P/H
X
X
P, per phase
P/H
X
X
Q, total
P/H
X
X
Display of protection settings
Pick-ups (A) and delays All settings can be displayed
Measurements
Instantaneous rms measurements
Currents (A)
Voltages (V)
Frequency (Hz)
Active (kW)
Reactive (kVAR)
Power
Apparent (kVA)
Power Factor
os ij
Maximum/Minimum
Ammeter
Associated with instantaneous rms measurements
Q, per phase
P/H
X
X
S, total
P/H
X
X
S, per phase
P/H
X
X
PF, total
P/H
X
X
PF, per phase
P/H
X
X
Cos ij, total
P/H
X
X
Cos ij, per phase
P/H
X
X
X
X
P/H
X
X
Present value on the selected window
P/H
X
X
Maximum demand since last reset
P/H
X
X
Present value on the selected window
P/H
X
X
Maximum demand since last reset
P/H
X
X
Reset using the FDM display unit and Micrologic
A/P/H
keypad
Energy Metering
Energy
Energy Active (kW), reactive (kVARh), apparent (kVAh) Total since last reset
Demand and Maximum Demand Values
Demand Current (A)
Phases and neutral P
Demand Power
Active (kWh), reactive (kVAR), apparent (kVA)
Calculation Window
Sliding, fixed or com-synchronised
Adjustable from 5 to 60 minutes in 1 minute steps2 P/H
—
—
Of voltage with respect to rms value
THDU,THDV of the Ph-Ph and Ph-N voltage
H
X
X
Of current with respect to rms value
THDI of the phase current
H
X
X
Power Quality
Total Harmonic
Distortion (%)
1
FDM121 only.
2
Available via the communcation system only.
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Histories
•
•
Trip indications in clear text in a number of user-selectable languages
Time-stamping: date and time of trip.
Maintenance Indicators
Micrologic trip units have indicators for, among other items, the number of operating cycles, load
profile, and operating times (operating hours counter).
It is possible to assign an alarm to the operating cycle counter to plan maintenance.
The various indicators can be used together with the trip histories to analyze the level of stresses the
device has been subjected to.
Contact Wear
Contact wear algorithms only function on Masterpact circuit breakers , and contact wear cannot be
selected for PowerPact or Compact circuit breakers.
Each time a Masterpact circuit breaker opens, the Micrologic P/H trip unit measures the interrupted
current and increments the contact-wear indicator as a function of the interrupted current, according to
test results stored in memory. Breaking under normal load conditions results in a very slight increment.
The indicator value may be read on the FDM display.
It provides an estimation of contact wear calculated on the basis of the cumulative forces affecting the
circuit breaker. When the indicator reaches 100%, it is advised to visually inspect the contacts per the
instructions in the circuit breaker user guide.
Circuit Breaker Load Profile
Micrologic A/P/H trip units calculate the load profile of the circuit breaker protecting a load circuit. The
profile indicates the percentage of the total operating time at four current levels (% of circuit breaker
In):
•
•
•
•
0 to 49% In
50 to 79% In
80 to 89% In
• 90% In.
This information can be used to optimize use of the protected equipment or to plan ahead for
maintenance interval extensions.
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Management of Installed Devices
Each circuit breaker equipped with a COM option (BCM ULP) can be identified using the
communication system:
•
•
•
•
serial number
firmware version
hardware version
device name assigned by the user.
This information together with the previously described indications provides a clear description of the
installed devices.
Table 16:
Micrologic A/P/H Trip Units Operating Assistance Functions
Display
Micrologic A/P/H Operating Assistance Functions
Type
Micrologic FDM
LCD
Display
Ir, Isd, Ii, Ig, IDn
A/P/H
X
X
Mechanical cycles
Assignable to an alarm
A/P/H
—
X
Electrical cycles
Assignable to an alarm
A/P/H
—
X
Hours
Total operating time (hours)1
A/P/H
—
—
Contact wear
%
P/H
X
X
Hours at different load levels
% of hours in four current ranges:
0-49% In, 50-79% In, 80-89% In and • 90% In
P/H
—
X
Operating Assistance
Trip History
Trips
Cause of tripping
Maintenance Indicators
Counter
Indicator
Load Profile
1
Available through the communication system only.
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FDM121 Display
Micrologic trip unit measurement capabilities come into full play with the FDM121 display. It connects
to the COM option (BCM ULP) with a circuit breaker ULP cord and displays the Micrologic trip unit
information. The result is a true integrated unit combining a circuit breaker and a power meter.
Additional operating assistance functions can also be displayed.
An FDM121 display unit can be connected to ULP communication devices using a prefabricated cord
to display all measurements, alarms, histories and event tables, maintenance indicators, and
management of installed devices on a screen.
The FMD121 display unit requires a 24 Vdc power supply.
The FDM121 is a display that can be integrated with the PowerPact H/J/L/P/R or Masterpact NW/NT
circuit breaker systems. It uses the sensors and processing capacity of the Micrologic trip unit. It is
easy to use and requires no special software or settings. It is immediately operational when connected
to the circuit breaker by a ULP cord.
It also provides monitoring and control with the use of the I/O application module, the motor
mechanism module, or the circuit breaker communication module (BCM ULP).
The FDM121 has a large display, but requires very little depth. The anti-glare graphic screen is backlit
for very easy reading even under poor ambient lighting and at sharp angles.
Display of Micrologic Trip Unit Measurements and Alarms
The FDM121 is intended to display Micrologic trip unit measurements, alarms and operating
information. It cannot be used to modify the protection settings.
Measurements can be easily accessed using a menu. All user-defined alarms are automatically
displayed. The display mode depends on the priority level selected during alarm set-up:
•
high priority: a pop-up window displays the time-stamped description of the alarm and the orange
Alarm LED flashes;
•
•
medium priority: the orange Alarm LED goes continuously on;
low priority: no display on the screen.
All faults resulting in a trip automatically produce a high-priority alarm, without any special settings
required. In all cases, the alarm history is updated. The Micrologic trip unit saves the information in its
non-volatile memory in the event of an FDM121 power loss.
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Status Indications and Remote Control
When the circuit breaker is equipped with the Breaker Communications Module (BCM ULP), the
FDM121 display can also be used to view circuit breaker status conditions:
•
•
•
O/F: ON/OFF
SD: trip indication
SDE: fault-trip indication (overload, short-circuit, or ground fault).
When the circuit breaker system is equipped with the I/O application module, the FDM121 can monitor
and control:
FDM121 Display
•
•
•
•
cradle management
circuit breaker operation
light and load control
custom applications.
When the circuit breaker is equipped with the COM option (BCM ULP) (including connection to shunt
close [XF] and shunt trip [MX1] communication voltage releases), the FDM121 display can also be
used to control (open/close) the circuit breaker.
Two operating mode are available:
Surface Mount
Accessory
•
local mode: open/close commands are enabled from the FDM121 while disabled from the
communication network;
•
remote mode: open/close commands are disabled from the FDM121 while enabled from the
communication network.
Main Characteristics
Connection with FDM121
Display Unit
•
A 3.78 x 3.78 x 1.18 in. (96 x 96 x 30 mm) screen requiring 0.39 in. (10 mm) behind the door (or
0.79 in. [20 mm] when the 24 V power supply connector is used).
•
•
•
•
White backlighting.
•
•
•
Operating temperature range: +14°F (-10°C) to +131°F (+55°C).
Wide viewing angle: vertical ±60°, horizontal ±30°.
High resolution: excellent reading of graphic symbols.
Alarm LED: flashing orange for alarm pick-up, steady orange after operator reset if the alarm
condition persists.
CE / UL / CSA marking.
24 Vdc power supply, with tolerances 24 V -20% (19.2 V) to 24 V +10% (26.4 V).
When the FDM121 is connected to the communication network, the 24 Vdc can be supplied by the
communication system wiring system. Consumption is 40 mA.
Mounting
The FDM121 is easily installed in a switchboard.
•
•
Standard door cut-out is 3.6 x 3.6 in. (92 x 92 mm).
Attached using clips.
To avoid a cut-out in the door, an accessory is available for surface mounting by drilling only two
0.87 in. (22 mm) diameter holes.
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Connection
The FDM121 is equipped with a 24 Vdc terminal block:
•
•
A plug-in type terminal block with two wire inputs per point for easy daisy-chaining.
•
Two RJ45 jacks.
A power supply range of 24 Vdc -20% (19.2 V) to 24 Vdc +10% (26.4 V).
A 24 Vdc type auxiliary power supply must be connected to a single point on the ULP system. The
FDM121 display has a two-point screw connector on the rear panel of the module for this purpose.
The ULP module to which the auxiliary power supply is connected distributes the supply via the
ULP cable to all the ULP modules connected to the system and therefore also to Micrologic trip
unit. See wiring diagram later in this section.
The Micrologic trip unit connects to the internal communication terminal block on the PowerPact or
Compact circuit breaker with the circuit breaker ULP cord. Connection to one of the RJ45 connectors
on the FDM121 automatically establishes communication between the Micrologic trip unit and the
FDM121 and supplies power to the Micrologic trip unit measurement functions.
When the second connector is not used, it must be fitted with a line terminator.
Navigation
Five buttons are used for intuitive and fast navigation.
The “Context” button may be used to select the type of display (digital, bargraph, analogue).
The user can select the display language (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese,
Spanish, etc.).
1 Escape
2 Down
3 OK
4 Up
5 Context
6 Alarm LED
I
I1
310
A
I2
%
I3 302
A
%
IN 23
%
ESC
1
315
A
A
%
2 3 4
5 6
Produit Id
Serial number:
Part number:
Firmware:
NonResettableEnergy
Metering
Micrologic 5.3A
I
EpIN
P07451
LU432091
1.02
Product Identification
Load Profile
2/3
0..49%
kWh
50...79%
15 H
PQS
80..89%
360 H
E
90..100%
EpOut
F - PF - cos F
ESC
OK
ESC
1/3
kWh
U-V
5111947
12345678
ESC
Metering: Submenu
Metering: Meter
610 H
3H
ESC
Services
Screens
Main Menu
When powered up, the FDM121 screen automatically displays the ON/OFF status of the device.
Quick View
Metering
Control
Alarms
Services
When not in use, the screen is not backlit. Backlighting can be activated by pressing one of the
buttons. It goes off after three minutes.
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Fast Access to Essential Information
•
“Quick view” provides access to five screens that display a summary of essential operating
information (I, U-V, f, P, E, THD, circuit breaker ON/OFF).
Access to Detailed Information
•
“Metering” can be used to display the measurement data (I, U-V, f, P, Q, S, E, THD, PF) with the
corresponding min/max values.
•
•
“Alarms” displays active alarms and the alarm history.
“Services” provides access to the operation counters, energy and maximum ammeter reset
function, maintenance indicators, identification of modules connected to the internal bus, and
FDM121 internal settings (language, contrast, etc.).
Communication Components and FDM121 Connections
The FDM121 degree of protection is IP54 in front. IP54 is maintained after switchboard mounting by
using the supplied gasket during installation.
Figure 1:
FDM121 Connections
Ethernet
Modbus-SL
External power supply
24 Vdc
External power supply
24 Vdc
A
A
- +
B
B
- +
D0 = A’ / Rx-, A / TxD1 = B’ / Rx+, B / Tx+
24VDC
ETH1
D
IFM
4.3 ft.
(1.3 m)
9.8 ft.
(3 m)
ETH2
D
D
IFE
OR
E
E
0.98 ft.
(0.35 m)
F
F
C
C
Red Black
LV434195
LV434196
A’ / Rx- D0
B’ / Rx+ D1
B / Tx+ D1
A / Tx- D0
0V
Lengths up to 32.9 ft. (10 m) are
possible using extensions.
24 V
•
A’ / Rx- D0
Cord is available in three lengths:
0.98 ft. (0.35 m), 4.3 ft. (1.3 m) and
9.8 ft. (3 m).
Customer Terminal Block
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
White Blue
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
B’ / Rx+ D1
•
Red Black
White Blue
B / Tx+ D1
PowerPact and Compact circuit
breakers are connected to the ULP
devices (FDM121 display, IFM, IFE or
I/O unit) via the circuit breaker ULP
cord.
A / Tx- D0
Connections
0V
24 V
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
FF
C
C
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
LV434197
E
Customer Terminal Block
Modbus Network
Ethernet Network
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
FDM Display
ULP Termination
ULP Cable
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FDM128 Display
The Micrologic trip unit measurement capabilities are fully utilized with the FDM128 display. The
FDM128 display connects to Ethernet communication using the RJ45 port and displays Micrologic trip
unit information. The result is an integrated unit combining a circuit breaker with a power meter.
Additional operating assistance functions can also be displayed.
The FDM128 display unit can be connected to a Micrologic COM option (BCM ULP through an IFE). It
uses the sensors and processing capacity of the Micrologic trip unit and requires no special software or
settings. The FDM128 is a large display, but requires very little depth. The anti-glare graphic screen is
backlit for easy reading even under poor ambient lighting and at sharp angles.
The FDM128 display is designed to manage up to eight devices (PowerPact H/J/L/P/R or Masterpact
NW/NT circuit breakers).
Display of Micrologic Trip Unit Measurements and Trips
The FDM128 is intended to display Micrologic A/P/H trip unit measurements, trips, and operating
information. It cannot be used to modify the protection settings.
•
•
•
Measurements may be easily accessed using a menu.
Trips are automatically displayed.
A pop-up window displays the time-stamped description of the trip.
Status Indications
When the circuit breaker is equipped with the COM option (BCM ULP) (including its set of sensors) the
FDM128 display can also be used to view circuit breaker status conditions:
•
•
•
•
•
O/F: ON/OFF
SDE: Fault-trip indication (overload, short-circuit, ground fault)
PF: ready to close
CH: charged (spring loaded).
CE, CD, CT cradle management with I/O application module.
Remote Control
When the circuit breaker is equipped with the COM option (BCM ULP) (including connection to shunt
close [XF] and shunt trip [MX1] communication voltage releases), the FDM128 display can also be
used to operate (open/close) the circuit breaker.
Two operating mode are available:
•
Local mode: open/close commands are enabled from the FDM128 while disabled from the
communication network.
•
Remote mode: open/close commands are disabled from the FDM128 while enabled from the
communication network.
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Main Characteristics
FDM128 Display
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4.54 x 3.40 in. (115.2 x 86.4 mm) with 5.7 in. (145 mm) QVGA display 320 x 240 pixels.
Color TFT LCD, with LED backlight.
Wide viewing angle: vertical ±80°, horizontal ±70°.
High resolution: excellent reading of graphic symbols.
Operating temperature range: +14°F (-10°C) to +131°F (+55°C).
CE / UL / CSA marking.
24 Vdc power supply, -10%/+20% (limit 20.4 - 28.8 Vdc).
Consumption 6.8 W.
Mounting
The FDM128 is easily installed in a switchboard.
•
•
Standard door hole Ø 0.87 in. (22 mm).
The FDM128 degree of protection is IP65 at the touch screen cover. IP54 is maintained after
installation by using the supplied gasket.
Surface Mount Accessory
Connection
The FDM128 is equipped with:
•
a 24 Vdc terminal block:
— power supply range of 24 Vdc (limit 20.4 - 28.8 Vdc).
— The FDM128 display unit has a 2-point screw connector on the rear panel of the module for this
purpose.
Connection with Display
Unit
•
One RJ45 Ethernet jacks.
The Micrologic trip unit connects to the internal communication terminal block on the Masterpact circuit
breakers through the circuit breaker ULP cord and Ethernet connection through the IFE.
Navigation
•
•
A touch screen is used for intuitive and fast navigation.
The user can select the display language (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese,
Spanish, etc.).
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Quick view
Product ID
Measures
Alarm history
Control
Information
Reset all
Counter
Operation
xxx
Trip SDE
xxx
Close command
xxx
Quick view
Energy
Measures
Ep
Eq
Es
Alarm history
Control
Maintenance
ESC
12:00:05
Quick view
11 318 kWh
257 kVArh
13 815 kVAh
Alarm history
Control
ESC
6/7
Metering: Meter
Product Identification
Measures
Maintenance
Maintenance
ESC
3/3
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S1-1 - Lighting/Level1
Product ID
Information
Reset all
Load profile
0 to 49%
50 to 79%
80 to 89%
90 to 100%
2/3
Services
Screens
Main Menu
Quick View
Metering
Control
Alarms
Services
When not in use, the screen is automatically shifted to low back-lighting.
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Fast Access to Essential Information
•
“Quick view” provides access to five screens that display a summary of essential operating
information (I, U-V, f, P, E, THD, circuit breaker On / Off).
Access to Detailed Information
•
"Metering" can be used to display the measurement data (I, U-V, f, P, Q, S, E, THD, PF) with the
corresponding min/max values.
•
•
“Alarms” displays the trip history.
“Services” provides access to the operation counters, energy and maximum ammeter reset
function, maintenance indicators, identification of modules connected to the internal bus and
FDM128 internal settings (language, contrast, etc.).
Communication Components and FDM128 Connections
The FDM128 degree of protection is IP65 at the touch screen cover. IP54 is maintained after
installation by using the supplied gasket.
Figure 2:
FDM128 Connections
B
4.3 ft
(1.3 m)
9.8 ft
(3 m)
0.98 ft
(0.35 m)
LV434195
D
D
D
LV434196
E
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
FDM128
Ethernet Network
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
UFE
ULP Termination
E
E
LV434197
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
C
C
Connections
C
PowerPact and Compact circuit
breakers are connected to the ULP
devices (FDM display, IFM, IFE or I/O
unit) via the circuit breaker ULP cord.
•
Cord is available in three lengths:
0.98 ft. (0.35 m), 4.3 ft. (1.3 m) and
9.8 ft. (3 m).
•
Lengths up to 32.9 ft. (10 m) are
possible using extensions.
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Figure 3:
Panelboard and Switchboard Connections
D
F
E
E
E
E
ULP
F
ULP
C
PowerPact
PowerPact and Compac
t
B
Internet
(cloud)
A
Table 17:
Smart System Communication Devices and Displays
Port
Name
Function
To Device
To Server
Bin.
Input
Analog.
Input
Bin.
Output
A
Com’X 200
Energy Server with
Ethernet Gateway®
Function
Modbus Master
Ethernet Cable
+ WiFI
6
2
—
B
FDM128
Ethernet LCD Color
Touch Screen
—
Ethernet
—
—
—
C
FDM121
LCD Display for
Circuit Breaker
ULP
—
—
—
—
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Table 17:
Smart System Communication Devices and Displays (continued)
Port
Name
Bin.
Input
Analog.
Input
Bin.
Output
Ethernet
—
—
—
Function
IFE Interface Ethernet Interface &
+ Gateway
Gateway
To Device
To Server
Modbus Master &
ULP
D
IFE Interface
Ethernet Interface for
ULP
Circuit Breakers
Ethernet
—
—
—
E
IFM
Modbus Interface for
Circuit Breakers
ULP
Modbus Slave
—
—
—
F
I/O
Input/Output
Application Module
for Circuit Breakers
ULP
ULP
6
1
1
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M-frame circuit breakers are available with the type ET 1.0 electronic trip system. P-frame and R-frame
circuit breakers are available with either the ET1.0I basic electronic trip system or the Micrologic™
electronic trip system. The NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers are available with the Micrologic
electronic trip system. The sensing system responds to the flow of current through the circuit breaker.
Thermal Imaging
The thermal imaging function protects the cables or bus bars from overheating in case of low
amplitude repetitive faults. Such overheating can be due to repetitive motor startings, fluctuating load,
intermittent ground faults, or subsequent closing after a fault. Traditional electronic protection does not
protect against repetitive faults because the duration of each overload above the pickup setting is too
short to achieve effective tripping. Nevertheless, each overload involves a temperature rise in the
installation, the cumulative effect of which could lead to overheating of the system.
The thermal imaging function remembers and integrates the thermal heating caused by each pickup
setting overrun. Before tripping, the integrated heating value will reduce the associated time delay and,
therefore, the reaction of the trip unit will be closer to the real heating of the power network system. After
tripping, the function will also reduce the time delay when closing the circuit breaker on an overload.
True RMS Current Sensing
The sensing system responds to the flow of current through the circuit breaker. The trip unit samples
the current waveform to provide true RMS protection through the fifteenth harmonic. This true RMS
sensing gives accurate values for the magnitude of a non-sinusoidal waveform. Therefore, the heating
effects of harmonically distorted waveforms are accurately evaluated.
The Micrologic H trip unit provides additional sampling of the waveforms to measure and provide
waveform capture of harmonic distortion to the thirty-first harmonic.
Type ET Electronic Trip System
Type ET trip units are available with M-frame, P-frame and R-frame UL/IEC circuit breakers. Circuit
breakers with type ET trip units have a fixed ampere rating. The trip units are not field-interchangeable
and will not accept any communications or other trip unit accessories. The trip system uses a set of
current transformers (called CTs or sensors) to sense current, a trip unit to evaluate the current, and a
tripping solenoid to trip the circuit breaker.
ET1.0 (M-Frame only)
The ET1.0 trip system is available on M-frame circuit breakers and is equipped with fixed long-time and
adjustable instantaneous tripping functions only. The long-time pickup is fixed at 1.0 x sensor rating (In),
while the instantaneous pickup is adjustable (dial settings from 2–10 x In) with no intentional time delay.
ET1.0I (P-Frame and R-Frame only)
The ET1.0I trip system is available on both P-frame and R-frame circuit breakers and is equipped with fixed
long-time and adjustable instantaneous tripping functions only. The long-time pickup is fixed at 1.0 x sensor
rating (In), while the instantaneous pickup is adjustable (dial settings from 1.5–12 x In) with no intentional
time delay.
ET1.0M (P-Frame only)
The ET1.0M trip system is only available on P-frame motor circuit protectors and provides protection for
short circuit conditions only. The trip unit has a single adjustment for instantaneous pickup that, if
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exceeded, will trip the circuit breaker with no intentional delay. Instantaneous trip dial settings are
2–16 x In for 600 A circuit breakers and 1.5–12 x In for 800–1200 A circuit breakers.
Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Systems
The P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 electronic trip circuit breakers can be equipped with the
optional Micrologic trip systems listed below:
Table 18:
Micrologic Trip Systems
Model
(LS0)
Long-time +
Short-time +
Zero delay
(IEC Rated Only)
(LI)
Long-time +
Instantaneous
Protection
(UL Listed,
IEC Rated)
(LSI)
Long-time +
Short-time +
Instantaneous
Protection
(UL LIsted, IEC Rated)
Micrologic Basic Trip Unit
2.0
3.0
5.0
—
Micrologic A Trip Unit
2.0A
3.0A
5.0A
6.0A
Micrologic P Trip Unit
—
—
5.0P
6.0P
Micrologic H Trip Unit
—
—
5.0H
6.0H
(LSIG)
Long-time + Short-time
+ Instantaneous
Protection + Equipment
Ground-fault Protection
(UL LIsted, IEC Rated)
Trip units are designed to protect power circuits and loads. Micrologic trip systems use a set of current
transformers (called CTs or sensors) to sense current, a trip unit to evaluate the current, and a tripping
solenoid to trip the circuit breaker. Adjustable rotary switches on the trip unit allow the user to set the
proper overcurrent or equipment ground-fault current protection required in the electrical system. If
current exceeds a set value for longer than its set time delay, the trip system opens the circuit breaker.
Alarms may be programmed for remote indications. Measurements of current, voltage, frequency,
power, and power quality optimize continuity of service and energy management.
Integration of protection functions in the Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) electronic
component used in all Micrologic trip units guarantees a high degree of reliability and immunity to
conducted or radiated disturbances. On Micrologic P and H trip units, advanced functions are
managed by an independent microprocessor.
Circuit breakers are shipped with the trip unit long-time pickup switch set at 1.0 and all other trip unit
adjustments set at their lowest settings. Actual settings required for a specific application must be
determined by a qualified consultant or plant engineer. A coordination study is recommended to
provide coordination between all circuit breakers in the distribution system.
Table 19:
Micrologic™ Trip Unit Features
Micrologic Trip Unit (X = Standard Feature O = Available Option)
Feature
Standard
2.0
Field-Installable
X
LI
3.0
5.0
2.0A
X
X
X
X
LS0
Power
Harmonics
3.0A
5.0A
6.0A
5.0P
6.0P
5.0H
6.0H
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LSI
LSIG/Ground-Fault
Ammeter
X
X
Trip1
X
X
Ground-Fault Alarm/No Trip1, 2
X
X
X
Ground-Fault Alarm and Trip1, 2
X
X
X
X
Adjustable Rating Plugs
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
True RMS Sensing
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UL Listed
Thermal Imaging
X
Phase-Loading Bar Graph
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Table 19:
Micrologic™ Trip Unit Features (continued)
Micrologic Trip Unit (X = Standard Feature O = Available Option)
Feature
Standard
LED for Long-Time Pick-Up
Ammeter
2.0
3.0
5.0
2.0A
3.0A
5.0A
6.0A
5.0P
6.0P
5.0H
6.0H
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Digital Ammeter
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
LCD Dot Matrix Display
X
X
X
X
Advanced User Interface
X
X
X
X
Interlocking3
X
Communications
O
X
X
X
X
Neutral Protection1
X
X
X
X
Contact Wear Indication
X
X
X
X
Incremental Fine Tuning of Settings
X
X
X
X
Selectable Long-Time Delay Bands
X
X
X
X
Power Measurement
X
X
X
X
Power Quality Measurements
X
X
Waveform Capture
X
X
1
3Ø, 4W circuits require either a neutral current transformer or a 4-pole breaker.
2
Requires M6C Programmable Contact Module.
3
Not available for 2.0A trip units as upstream devices.
Micrologic 5.0A
Micrologic 3.0A
Micrologic 5.0
t= I n=
tsd= tr=
Isd=
Ii= Ir=
Ig=
tg=
MAX
s
kA
long time
(s) 4
.5
instantaneous
Im
4 5 6
3
8
2
10
1.5
12
x Ir
8
2
1
@6 Ir
alarm
12
16
20
24
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
Isd
8
.5
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
short
3
2.5
2
1.5
tsd
4
x Ir
5
6
8
10
setting
setting
4
2
1
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.1 2 0
Ii
on
I t
off
delay
4
3
6 8 10
12
15
2
off
x In
s
kA
100 %
40 %
40 %
40 %
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
instantaneous
(s)
t= I n=
tsd= tr=
Isd=
Ii= Ir=
Ig=
tg=
MAX
100 %
menu
tr
(s)
4
2
1
.5
8
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
tr
(s)
4
8
2
1
.5
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
4 5 6
3
8
2
10
1.5
10
x Ir
setting
setting
s
kA
long time
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
instantaneous
short
instantaneous
Im
MAX
menu
long time
long time
tr
(s)
t= I n=
tsd= tr=
Isd=
Ii= Ir=
Ig=
tg=
Micrologic 6.0A
100 %
menu
tr
O
Protective Relay Functions
Micrologic 3.0
long time
Harmonics
LED for Trip Indication
Zone-Selective
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
Power
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
0
.1
(s)
on
I2t
off
Ii
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x In
Isd
4
8
2
1
.5
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
short
3
2.5
2
1.5
delay
tr
(s)
tsd
4
x Ir
5
6
8
10
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.1 2 0
on
setting
Ig
D
C
B
A
E
Ii
instantaneous
(s)
I t
off
4
3
6 8 10
12
15
off
x In
2
delay
test
tg
F
G
H
J
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.1 2 0
(s)
on
I t
off
ground fault
Micrologic 3.0 and 5.0 Basic Trip Units
Micrologic 3.0A, 5.0A and 6.0A Trip Units
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I(A)
I(A)
Trip
Trip
5000A
24s
5000A
24s
30kA
0.4s
85kA
30kA
0.4s
85kA
long time
Ir
.6
.5
.45
.4
.63
x In
tr
.7
.8
.9
1
8
(s) 4
2
1
.5
Ir
.6
.5
.45
.4
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.1 2 0
Ii
(s)
on
I t
setting
4
3
off
Isd
6 8 10
12
15
off
2
x In
x In
(s)
4
8
2
1
.5
(s)
5
6
8
10
@ 6 Ir
.3
.2
.1
on
.2
.1
0
2
I t off
delay
.63
x In
tr
.7
.8
.9
1
(s)
4
8
2
1
.5
6 8 10
4
12
3
15
off
2
x In
Ir
.63
.6
.7
.5
.8
.45
.9
.4
1
x In
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
(s)
on
setting
test
long time
alarm
12
16
20
24
short
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
Ii
.4 .4 .3
setting
Ig
D
C
B
A
.6
.5
.45
.4
instantaneous
tsd
4
x Ir
Ir
alarm
12
16
20
24
short
3
2.5
2
1.5
delay
.7
.8
.9
1
(A)
I
(V)
V
(kW)
P
E (kWh)
Harmonics
long time
tr
.63
Micrologic 6.0H
(A)
I
(V)
V
(kW)
P
E (kWh)
Harmonics
long time
alarm
12
16
20
24
short
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
Micrologic 5.0H
Micrologic 6.0P
I2t
off
J
delay
I t
.5
tsd
(s)
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
D
C
B
A
off
ground fault
Ii
.4 .4 .3
.2
.1
.3
.2
.1
2
on
setting
Ig
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.1 2 0
on
2
1
instantaneous
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
6 8 10
4
12
3
15
off
2
x In
(s)
G
H
8
(s) 4
short
Ii
tg
E
tr
I t
0
off
4
3
6 8 10
12
15
off
2
x In
delay
test
tg
E
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
.1 2 0
(s)
G
H
J
on
I t
off
ground fault
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Units
Micrologic 5.0H and 6.0H Trip Units
Micrologic™ 2.0, 3.0 and 5.0 Basic Trip Units
Micrologic 5.0
The Micrologic 2.0, 3.0, and 5.0 basic trip units protect power circuits.
Protection Settings
long time
Ir
.7
1
.6
.5
.4
.8
x In
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
• Overload protection
instantaneous
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
. 4 . 4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0 2
.1
Ii
(s)
on
setting
off
I t
Protection thresholds and delays are set using the rotary switches. A full-range of longtime settings are available via field-installable adjustable rating plugs.
4
@6 Ir
short time
2
3
4
3
6 8 10
12
2
— True RMS long-time protection
5
15
off
x In
— Thermal imaging: Active thermal imaging before and after tripping
• Short-circuit protection
delay
— Short-time RMS
6
— Selection of I2t type (ON or OFF) for short-time delay
• Instantaneous protection
1—Long-time current setting and tripping delay
2—Short-time pickup and tripping delay
3—Overload signal (LED)
4—Long-time rating plug screw
5—Instantaneous pickup
6—Test connector
•
Table 20:
t
Ir
Long-Time
Protection
tr
Ii
0
I
• Neutral protection on four-pole circuit breakers
Micrologic 2.0 and 3.0 Basic Trip Unit Settings
0.98
0.90
1.00
1.00
500
20
13.8
600
24
16.6
Isd = Ir x ...
2.0:
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
5
6
8
10
Ii = In x ...
3.0:
1.5
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
Ir = ln x ...
Maximum Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
tr at 1.5 x Ir
tr at 6 x Ir
tr at 7.2 x Ir
Thermal Imaging
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
No delay
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Short-Time
Protection
2.0: 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 0.95
3.0: 0.40 0.45 0.50 0.60 0.63 0.70 0.80
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
12.5 25
50
100 200 300 400
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7
5.5
8.3
11
20 minutes before or after tripping
Current Setting (A)
Tripping between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
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Table 21:
t
Ir
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
tr
Long-Time
Protection
lsd
tsd
li
0
Micrologic 5.0 Basic Trip Unit Settings
Short-Time
Protection
IEC:
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
0.95
0.98
1.00
UL:
0.40
0.45
0.50
0.60
0.63
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
600
Other Ranges are Available by Changing Rating Plug
tr at 1.5 x Ir
Maximum Time Delay (s)
tr at 6 x Ir
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
tr at 7.2 x Ir
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
Thermal Imaging
20 Minutes Before or After Tripping
5
6
8
10
10
12
15
off
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
I
Ir = ln x ...
lsd = Ir x ...
Settings
Maximum Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
tsd
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Min. Trip
20
Time (ms)
80
140
230
350
Max. Trip
80
Time (ms)
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
I2t OFF
Ii = In x ...
2
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Micrologic™ 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A and 6.0A Trip Units with Ammeter
Micrologic 6.0 A
6
Micrologic A trip units protect power circuits and provide current measurements,
overload protection, and short-circuit protection. In addition, the 6.0A trip units also
provide ground-fault protection for equipment.
Protection Settings
1
t= I n=
tsd= tr=
Isd=
Ii= Ir=
Ig=
tg=
MAX
s
kA
7
Protection thresholds and delays are set using the rotary switches. The selected
values are momentarily displayed in amperes and in seconds. A full-range of
long-time settings are available via the field-installable rating plug:
• Overload protection (true RMS long-time protection)
• Thermal imaging (active thermal imaging before and after tripping)
• Short-circuit protection:
100 %
— Short-time RMS
8
40 %
— I2t ON or OFF for short-time delay
• Instantaneous protection
• Ground-fault protection for equipment:
2
— Residual ground-fault protection for equipment
— Source ground-return ground-fault protection for equipment
menu
— Modified differential ground-fault protection (MDGF) for equipment
long time
Ir
3
.7
.6
.5
.4
x In
10
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
instantaneous
tsd
(s)
5
D
C
B
A
E
.3
.2
.1
on
.2
.1
0
2
I t off
delay
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
.4 .4 .3
setting
Ig
• Neutral protection on four-pole circuit breakers
• ZSI: Zone-selective interlocking:
@ 6 Ir
short time
4
9
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
(s)
6 8 10
4
12
3
15
off
2
x In
test
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.1
on
12
.2
.1
2
I t
11
0
off
ground fault
1—Indication of tripping cause
2—Navigation buttons
3—Long-time current setting and tripping delay
4—Short-time pickup and tripping delay
5—Ground-fault pickup and tripping delay
6—Test lamp and reset
7—Digital display
8—Three-phase bar graph and ammeter
9—Overload signal (LED)
10—Long-time rating plug screw
11—Instantaneous pickup
12—Electronic push-to-trip
13—Test connector
13
— ZSI terminal block may be used to interconnect a number of trip units to
provide total discrimination for short-time and equipment ground-fault
protection, without delay for tripping).
— Not available for 3.0A trip units or for 2.0A trip units installed as upstream
devices.
Ammeter Measurements
Micrologic A trip units measure the true RMS value of currents. They provide
continuous current measurement from 0.2 to 20 x In with an accuracy of 1.5%
(including sensors). No auxiliary source is needed where I > 0.2 x In. The optional
external power supply (24 Vdc) makes it possible to display currents where
I < 0.2 x In and to store values of the interrupted current.
A digital LCD screen continuously displays the most heavily loaded phase (Imax)
or displays the IA, IB, IC, Ig, and (on 4P circuit breakers only) IN stored current and
setting values by successively pressing the navigation button.
Communication Network
In conjunction with an optional communication network, the trip unit transmits the
following parameters:
• Setting values
• All ammeter measurements
• Tripping causes
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Table 22:
Micrologic 2.0A and 3.0A Trip Unit Settings
t
Ir
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Long-Time
Protection
tr
Ir = ln x...
Maximum Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0–20%
Table 23:
Ir
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%, No delay
Long-Time
Protection
tsd
li
0
Short-Time
Protection
Table 24:
lg
tg
I2 t off
I
0.98
1.00
0.80
0.90
1.00
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
Isd = Ir x...
2.0A: 1.5
2
2.5
3
4
5
6
8
10
Ii = In x...
3.0A: 1.5
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
IEC:
0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 0.95 0.98 1.00
UL:
0.40 0.45 0.50 0.60 0.63 0.70 0.80 0.90 1.00
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
12.5 25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
0.5
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
5.5
8.3
11
13.8 16.6
Thermal Imaging
20 minutes before or after tripping
5
6
8
10
10
12
15
off
Settings
I2t OFF
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
80
140
230
350
I2t ON
Min. trip time (ms)
tsd
1
0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7
lsd = Ir x...
Maximum Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
20
Max. trip time (ms) 80
Ii = In x...
2
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
Micrologic 6.0A Trip Unit Ground-Fault Settings
Ground-Fault Pickup (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Settings
0
0.95
0.70
tr at 1.5 x Ir
Maximum Time Delay (s)
tr at 6 x Ir
Accuracy: 0–20%
tr at 7.2 x Ir
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
I2t on
0.90
0.63
tr at 1.5 x Ir
Ir = ln x...
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
I
t
0.80
0.60
Micrologic 5.0A and 6.0A Trip Unit Settings
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
lsd
0.70
0.50
20 Minutes Before or After Tripping
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
tr
0.60
0.45
Thermal Imaging
I
Short-Time
Protection
t
0.50
3.0A: 0.40
Other Ranges are Available by Changing Rating Plug
Ii
0
2.0A: 0.40
Maximum Time Delay (s) at
1 x Ig
tg
Ig = ln x...
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
ln ≤ 400 A
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
400 A < ln ≤ 1200 A
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
ln > 1200 A
500
640
720
800
880
960
1040 1120 1200
I2t OFF
0
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Minimum Trip Time (ms)
20
80
140
230
350
Maximum Trip Time (ms)
80
140
200
320
500
External Power Supplies for Micrologic Trip Units
Current-based protection functions require no auxiliary power source.
Table 25:
Micrologic A Use of External 24 Vdc Power Supply
Function
Without 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
With 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
Fault Protection for LSIG Functions
Yes
Yes
LED Trip Indication
Yes
Yes
Ammeter and bar graph displays
Yes
Yes
Trip Setting and Max. Current Readings Can Be
Accessed on the Display by Using Navigation
Buttons
Yes, If Current Flow on One Phase is Equal To or Greater Than:
Sensor Plug Value (In)
Ground-Fault Push-to-Trip Button Works for
Testing Ground Fault1
Modbus®
Communications (Optional)
Back-lit Display
1
Minimum Ground-fault Pickup
100–250 A
30% of sensor rating
400–1200 A
20% of sensor rating
1600–6300 A
500 A
Yes
No
Yes, with separate 24 Vdc power supply for
the circuit breaker communication module
No
Yes
Ground fault Push-to-trip button will also be functional if hand-held test kit or full-function test kit is powering the trip unit.
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Micrologic™ 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Units with Power Metering
Micrologic P trip units provide power metering and extended protection in addition
to the adjustable protection functions of the Micrologic A trip unit.
Micrologic 6.0 P
9
1
The adjustable protection functions of the 5.0P and 6.0P trip units are identical to
those of Micrologic A trip unit (overloads, short circuits, equipment ground-fault
protection; see page 44). These units also feature:
I(A)
Trip
• Fine adjustment
5000A
24s
2
Within the range below the rotary switch setting, fine adjustments of
pickups/delays in steps of 1 A/s (except for short-time and ground-fault) are
possible on the keypad or remotely by the communication network.
30kA
0.4s
85kA
• Inverse definite minimum time lag (IDMTL) setting.
10
11
3
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
x In
7
13
8
• Neutral protection
instantaneous
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
.1 2 0
D
C
B
A
E
on
I t
off
delay
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
(s)
setting
(s)
4
3
6 8 10
12
15
off
2
x In
on
15
.2
.1
2
I t
14
test
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.1
NOTE: Neutral protection is disabled if long-time curve is set to one of the
IDMTL protection settings.
• Configuring Alarms and Other Protection Functions
@ 6 Ir
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
Ig
12
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
short time
6
Coordination with fuse-type or medium-voltage protection systems is
optimized by adjusting the long-time delay curve around 6 x Ir axis. This setting
ensures better coordination with certain loads.
On three-pole circuit breakers, neutral protection may be set using the keypad or
remotely using the communication network to one of four positions: OFF, 1/2N
(1/2 x In), 1N (1 x In), or 1.6N (2 x In).
4
5
Protection Settings
16
0
off
ground fault
1—Indication of tripping cause
2—High resolution screen
3—Measurement display
4—Navigation buttons
5—Long-time current setting and tripping delay
6—Short-time pickup and tripping delay
7—Hole for settings lockout pin
8—Ground-fault pickup and tripping delay
9—Test lamp and indication reset
10—Maintenance indicators
11—Protection settings
12—Overload signal (LED)
13—Long-time rating plug screw
14—Instantaneous pickup
15—Electronic push-to-trip
16—Test connector
When the cover is closed, the keypad may no longer be used to change the
protection settings, but it still provides access to the displays for
measurements, histories, indicators, etc. Depending on the thresholds and
time delays set, the Micrologic P trip unit monitors current, voltage, power,
frequency, and phase sequence. Each threshold overrun may be signalled
remotely via the communication network.
Each threshold overrun may be combined with tripping (protection) or an
indication carried out by an optional M6C programmable contact (alarm), or both
(protection and alarm).
Maintenance Record
The maintenance record can be consulted using the full-function test kit or
remotely via the communication network. It can be used as an aid in
troubleshooting and to assist scheduling for device maintenance operations.
Recorded indications include:
• Highest current measured
• Operation counter (cumulative total and total since last reset)
• Number of test kit connections
• Number of trips in operating mode
Load Shedding and Reconnection Parameters
Load shedding and reconnection parameters can be set according to the power or the current flowing
through the circuit breaker. Load shedding is carried out by a remote computer via the communication
network or by an M6C programmable contact.
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Indication Option Via Programmable Contacts
The M6C programmable contact may be used to signal threshold overruns or status changes. It can be
programmed using the keypad on the Micrologic P trip unit or remotely using the communication
network. The contact is required to obtain data from the protective relay functions on Type P and
Type H trip units.
Table 26:
t
Ir
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
tr
Long-Time
(RMS)
Protection
Isd
IDMTL
tsd
Ii
0
Ir
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Unit Settings
Isd
I
Table 27:
tg
Time Delay (s)
at 1 x In
Current
tsd
I2t OFF
Power
Frequency
Phase
Table 29:
100
200
300
400
500
600
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8 16.6
SIT
EIT
1
VIT
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
80
140
230
350
I2t ON
Min. Trip Time (ms)
20
Max. Trip Time (ms) 80
Ii = IN x...
2
HV Fuse
DT
5
6
8
10
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
10
12
15
off
tg
Ig = ln x...
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
ln ≤ 400 A
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
400 A < ln ≤ 1200 A
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
ln > 1200 A
500
640
720
800
880
960
1040 1120 1200
I2t OFF
0
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Min. Trip Time (ms)
20
80
140
230
350
Max. Trip Time (ms)
80
140
200
320
500
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Unit Settings for Protection Functions
Current Imbalance
Maximum Current
Imax: IA, IB, IC, IN, Ig
Voltage Imbalance
Voltage
50
0.5
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit Ground-Fault Settings
Ground-Fault Pickup (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Table 28:
lsd = Ir x...
Settings
Maximum Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
I2 t off
I
12.5 25
20 Minutes Before or After Tripping
Settings
0
Other Ranges are Available by Changing Rating Plug
Curve slope
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
lg
0.40 0.45 0.50 0.60 0.63 0.70 0.80 0.90 1.00
Thermal Imaging
Short-Time
(RMS)
Protection
I2t on
0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 0.95 0.98 1.00
UL
Maximum Time Delay (s)
tr at 6 x Ir
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
tr at 7.2 x Ir
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
t
IEC
Ir = ln x...
tr at 1.5 x Ir
IDMTL Setting
Ii
Ir = ln x...
Threshold
Time Delay
0.05 to 0.6 x Imax
1 to 40 s
0.2 to 1.0 x In
15 to 1500 s
0.02 to 0.3 x Vn
1 to 40 s
0.25 to 0.5 s
Minimum Voltage
Vmin
100 to 725 V (Phase Total)
Maximum Voltage
Vmax
100 to 1200 V (Between Phases)
0.20 to 5.0 s
Maximum Power
Pmax
5 to 500 kW
0.2 to 20 s
Reverse Power
Pr
0.02 to 0.2 x Pn
0.5 to 20 s
Minimum Frequency
Fmin
45 to 65 Hz
0.2 to 5 s
Maximum Frequency
Fmax
45 to 540 Hz
0.2 to 5 s
Sequence
ΔØ
ØA-ØB-ØC or ØA-ØC-ØB
Instantaneous
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Unit Settings for Current and Power Load-Shedding
Pickup
Drop-out
Threshold
Time Delay
Threshold
Time Delay
Current
I
0.5 to 1.0 x Ir Per Phase
20% to 80% x tr
0.3 to 1.0 x Ir per phase
10 to 600 s
Power
P
200 kW to 10 MW
10 to 3600 s
100 kW to 10 MW
10 to 3600 s
Micrologic P trip units are designed to be used with an external 24 Vdc power supply. Current-based
protection functions require no auxiliary power source.
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Table 30:
Micrologic P Use of External 24 Vdc Power Supply
Without 24 Vdc Power
Supply at F1 and F2
Function
With 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1
and F2
Fault Protection for LSIG Functions
Yes
Yes
LED Trip Indication
Yes
Yes
LCD Display and Backlight are Functional
Yes1
Yes
Ground-Fault Push-to-Trip Button Works for Testing
Ground Fault2
Yes1
Yes
Metering, Monitoring, and History Logs are Functional
Yes1
Yes
Communications Between Trip Unit and M2C and
M6C Programmable Contact Modules
No
Yes
Operation of M6C Programmable Contact Module
No
Yes, with separate 24 Vdc power supply for
the module
Modbus Communications
No
Yes, with separate 24 Vdc power supply for
the circuit breaker communication module
1
If circuit breaker has 100 Vac or more between two phases or phase to neutral and is bottom fed or closed in a top fed application.
2
Ground-fault push-to-trip button will also be functional if hand-held test kit or full-function test kit is powering the trip unit.
Tripping and Alarm Histories
The last ten trips and ten alarms are recorded in two separate history files that can be displayed on the
screen (sample displays are shown).
The following information is contained in these files:
Trip
history
Trip
03/08/1999
11:04:18 am
Trip History
03/08/1999
Ir = 4000 A
• Type of fault
• Type of alarm
Isd
I1 = 4800 A
• Date and time of fault
• Date and time of alarm
27/07/1999
I2 = 5600 A
• Interrupted current
• Values measured at time of
alarm
Vmax
I3 = 4000 A
Ir
30/06/1999
Trip History
Alarm History
IN = 200 A
Alarm History
Metering
The Micrologic P trip unit calculates in real time the electrical values V, A, W, VAR, VA, Wh, VARh,
VAh, Hz, power factor and crest factor. It also calculates demand current and power over an adjustable
time period.
I(A)
Trip
5000 A
24s
30kA
0.4s
85kA
Current Metering
Iinstant.
max
IA = 4800 A
IB = 4600 A
IC = 4000 A
IN = 200 A
I = 13 A
Maximum Current
Vinst.
VAB = 460 V
VBC = 464 V
VCA = 461 V
VAN = 270 V
VBN = 279 V
VCN = 273 V
Voltage Metering
Pinst.
P
(kW)
2180
Q
(kVAR)
- 650
S
(kVA)
2280
Power Metering
F (Hz)
60.0
Frequency
Pdemand
P
(kW)
2180
Q
(kVAR)
- 650
S
(kVA)
2280
Power Demand
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Real-Time Metering
The value displayed on the screen is refreshed every second. Minimum and maximum measurement
values are stored in memory.
Table 31:
Real-Time Metering
Unit of
Measurement
Measurement Source
IRMS
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
IAVERAGE
A
(ØA + ØB + ØC) / 3
IPEAK/√ 2
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
VRMS
V
(ØA–ØB), (ØB–ØC) and (ØC–ØA)
VRMS
V
(ØA–N), (ØB–N) and (ØC–N)
ΔVIMBALANCE
%
VRMS
P, Q and S
W, VAR, VA
Total
EP, EQ and ES
Wh, VARh, VAh
Total
Hz
50/60
Type of Measurement
Current
Voltage
Power
Power factor
Frequency
F
Total
Demand Metering
The demand is calculated over a fixed or sliding time window that can be programmed from five to sixty
minutes. Depending on the contract signed with the power supplier, specific programming makes it
possible to avoid or minimize the cost of overrunning the subscribed power. Maximum demand values
are systematically stored and time stamped.
Table 32:
Demand Metering
Type of Measurement
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
Current
IDEMAND
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
Power
P, Q and SDEMAND
W, VAR, VA
Total
Communication Network
The communication network may be used to:
•
•
•
•
Remotely read parameters for the protection functions.
Transmit all the measurements and calculated values.
Signal the causes of tripping and alarms.
Consult the history files and the maintenance indicator record.
In addition, an event log of the last 100 events and a maintenance record, which is stored in the trip
unit memory but not available locally, may be accessed via the communication network.
This Modbus communication system is compatible with the Powerlogic™ System Manager™ software
(SMS).
Event Log
The event log may be accessed by a remote computer via the communication network. All events are
time stamped and include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Trips
Beginning and end of alarms
Modifications to settings and parameters
Loss of time
Test kit connections
Counter resets
System faults (thermal self-protection, major fault and minor fault alarms)
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Micrologic™ 5.0H and 6.0H Trip Units with Harmonic Metering
In addition to the P functions, the Micrologic H trip units offer:
Micrologic 6.0 H
(A)
I
(V)
V
(kW)
P
E (kWh)
Harmonics
•
•
•
In-depth analysis of power quality including calculation of harmonics and the fundamentals.
•
Systematic time stamping of all events and creation of logs.
Diagnostics aid and event analysis through waveform capture.
Customized alarm programming to analyze and track down a disturbance on the ac power
system.
Metering
The Micrologic H trip unit offers all the measurements carried out by the Micrologic P trip unit, with
the addition of phase-by-phase measurements of power and energy as well as calculation of:
•
•
•
•
Current and voltage total harmonic distortion (THD, thd)
Current, voltage and power fundamentals (50/60 Hz)
Harmonic components (amplitude and phase) up to the 31st current and voltage harmonic
Real-time metering: The value displayed on the screen is refreshed every second. The
table below shows what is measured in real-time metering
Table 33:
Measurements
Type of Measurement
Current
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
x In
tsd
(s)
.3
.2
.1
on
.2
.1
2
I t
0
off
delay
lg
F
G
H
J
Ii
.4 .4 .3
setting
Ig
Voltage
instantaneous
short time
D
C
B
A
Measurement Source
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
IAVERAGE
A
(ØA + ØB + ØC) / 3
IPEAK/√2
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
ΔIIMBALANCE
%
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
VRMS
V
VRMS
V
ΔVIMBALANCE
%
VRMS
P, Q and S
W, VAR, VA
Total
EP, EQ and ES
Wh, VARh, VAh
Total
(ØA–ØB), (ØB–ØC) and (ØC–ØA)
@ 6 Ir
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
E
Unit of Measurement
IRMS
(s)
6 8 10
4
12
3
15
off
2
x In
Power
test
Power factor
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.1
on
(ØA–N), (ØB–N) and (ØC–N)
.2
.1
Frequency
0
2
I t off
F
Fundamentals
Power Quality
THD
Indicators
V and I harmonics
ground fault
•
Total
Hz
ØA, ØB, or ØC
50/60 Hz component
V, I, P, Q, and S
%
V/I
Amplitude to phase
1, 2, 3, 4...50
Demand Metering: Similar to the Micrologic P trip unit, demand values are calculated over a fixed
or sliding time window that can be set from five to sixty minutes.
Table 34:
Demand Metering
Type of Measurement
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
Current
IDEMAND
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
Power
P, Q and SDEMAND
W, VAR, VA
Total
Waveform Capture
The Micrologic H trip units can capture and store current and voltage waveforms using digital sampling
techniques similar to those used in oscilloscopes. Using the information available in the captured
waveform, it is possible to determine the level of harmonics as well as the direction and amplitude of
the flow of harmonic power.
The Micrologic™ H trip unit can record manually via the keypad the following waveforms:
•
•
Currents IA, IB, IC and IN
Phase-to-phase voltages VAB, VBC, and VCA
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Waveforms may be displayed on the graphic screen of the control unit or communicated over a
networked system. The recording takes place over one cycle with a measurement range of 1 to 1.5 In
for current and 0 to 690 volts for voltage. Resolution is 64 points per cycle.
Customized Alarm Programming
The instantaneous value of each measurement can be compared to user-set high and low thresholds.
Overrun of a threshold generates an alarm. Programmable action can be linked to each alarm, including
circuit breaker opening, activation of an M6C contact, recording of measurements in a log, etc.
Event Logs
Each event is recorded with:
•
•
The date, time, and name of the event
The event characteristics
Micrologic H trip units are designed to be used with an external 24 Vdc power supply. Current-based
protection functions require no auxiliary power source.
Table 35:
Micrologic H Use of External 24 Vdc Power Supply
Function
Without 24 Vdc Power With 24 Vdc Power Supply
Supply at F1 and F2
at F1 and F2
Fault Protection for LSIG Functions
Yes
LED Trip Indication
Yes
Yes
LCD Display and Backlight are Functional
Yes1
Yes
Ground-Fault Push-to-Trip Button Works for Testing Ground Fault2 Yes1
Yes
Metering, Monitoring, and History Logs are Functional
Yes1
Yes
Communications Between Trip Unit and M2C and M6C
Programmable Contact Modules
No
Yes
Operation of M6C Programmable Contact Module
No
Yes, with Separate 24 Vdc
Power Supply for the Module
Modbus™ Communications
No
Yes, with Separate 24 Vdc
Power Supply for the Circuit
Breaker Communication Module
1
2
Yes
If circuit breaker has 100 Vac or more between two phases or phase to neutral and is bottom fed or closed in a top fed application.
Ground-fault push-to-trip button will also be functional if hand-held test kit or full-function test kit is powering the trip unit.
Additional Characteristics for Type P and H Trip Units
•
Setting the display language: System messages can be displayed in six different languages
(English - US, English - UK, French, German, Spanish, and Italian). The desired language is
selected via the keypad.
•
Protection functions: All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. Voltagebased protection functions are connected to ac power via a voltage measurement input built into
the circuit breaker on the bottom side. (Optional external voltage measurement is available as a
factory-installed option.)
•
Accuracy of measurements (including sensors):
— Voltage (V) 1%
— Current (A) 1.5% (higher accuracy [1%] may be achieved with special calibration on the current
transformer [CT characterization option])
— Frequency (Hz) 0.1 Hz
— Power (W) and energy (Wh) 2.5%
The Micrologic H trip unit uses a dedicated metering data chain separate from the protection data
chain so that a greater number of data samples can be used for metering. This increases the
number of samples taken per time period, which in turn gives the H trip unit a higher degree of
metering accuracy.
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•
Stored information: The fine setting adjustments, the last 100 events and the maintenance record
remain in the trip unit memory even when power is lost.
•
Reset: An individual reset, via the keypad or remotely, will reset alarms, minimum and maximum
data, peak values, counters and indicators.
Micrologic™ Trip Unit Functions
Long-time
Pickup
Long-time
Delay
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
x In
Alarm
Indicator
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
short time
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
on
I2t
setting
Ig
D
C
B
A
E
4
3
2
off
x In
15
off
test
.4 .4 .3
(s)
.3
.2
.1
on
The long-time pickup switch sets the maximum current level the circuit breaker will
carry continuously. The maximum current level (Ir) is the long-time pickup setting
multiplied by the sensor plug amperage (In). If the current exceeds this value for longer
than the long-time delay time, the circuit breaker will trip.
The long-time delay switch sets the length of time that the circuit breaker will carry a
sustained overload before tripping. Delay bands are labeled in seconds of overcurrent
at six times the ampere rating. For maximum coordination, there are eight delay bands.
Long-time delay is an “inverse time” characteristic in that the delay time decreases as
the current increases.
6 8 10
12
delay
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
(s)
Long-Time Trip Functions
.2
.1
0
I2t off
The trip unit includes an alarm indicator that will be lit continuously when the current is
above 100% of the pickup setting.
ground fault
Long-time Trip Functions
Short-Time Trip Functions
Short-time
Pickup
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
tr
.8
(s) 4
.9
.95 2
.98 1
1
.5
x In
8
alarm
12
16
20
24
Short-time
Delay
Instantaneous
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
short time
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
(s)
.3
.2
.1
on
setting
Ig
D
C
B
A
E
.2
.1
0
I2t off
delay
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
.4 .4 .3
(s)
6 8 10
12
4
3
15
2
off
x In
test
.4 .4 .3
.2
.1
.3
.2
.1
on
I2t
0
off
ground fault
Short-time Trip Functions
The short-time pickup switch sets the short-circuit current level at which the circuit
breaker will trip after the set short-time delay. The short-time current (Isd) equals the
short-time pickup setting multiplied by the long-time pickup (Ir).
The short-time delay switch sets the length of time the circuit breaker will carry a short
circuit within the short-time pickup range. The delay (based on 10 times the ampere
rating Ir) can be adjusted to four positions of I2t ramp operation (I2t ON) or five
positions of fixed time delays (I2t OFF). I2t ON delay is an “inverse time” characteristic
in that the delay time decreases as the current increases. Short-time delay for the 2.0
trip unit is fixed at a delay band of 20 to 80 ms.
Instantaneous Trip Function
The instantaneous pickup switch sets the short-circuit current level at which the circuit
breaker will trip with no intentional time delay. The instantaneous current (Ii) is equal to
the instantaneous pickup setting multiplied by the sensor plug amperage (In).
The instantaneous function will override the short-time function if the instantaneous
pickup is adjusted at the same or lower setting than the short-time pickup. In trip units
with both adjustable short-time and instantaneous trip functions, the adjustable
instantaneous trip can be disabled by setting Instantaneous pickup to OFF.
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Ground-Fault Trip Functions
The ground-fault pickup switch sets the current level at which the circuit breaker will trip
after the set ground-fault delay. Ground-fault pickup values (Ig) are based on circuit
breaker sensor plug (In) only, not on the rating plug multiplier (Ir). Changing the rating
plug multiplier has no effect on ground-fault pickup values.
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
tr
.8
(s) 4
.9
.95 2
.98 1
1
.5
x In
8
alarm
12
16
20
24
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
short time
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
on
setting
Ig
D
C
B
A
E
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
(s)
(s)
I2t
delay
off
4
3
6 8 10
12
15
2
off
x In
Ground-fault
Pickup
Ground-fault
Delay
test
.4 .4 .3
.3
.2
.1
on
.2
.1
0
I2t off
The ground-fault delay switch sets the length of time the circuit breaker will carry
ground-fault current which exceeds the ground-fault pickup level before tripping. The
delay, based on the sensor plug amperage (In), can be adjusted to four positions of I2t
ramp operation (I2t ON) or five positions of fixed time delays (I2t OFF). I2t ON delay is
an “inverse time” characteristic in that the delay time decreases as the current
increases.
ground fault
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Smart System Communication Wiring System
Wiring System ULP
The wiring system is designed for low-voltage power switchboards. Installation does not require
special tools or training. The prefabricated wiring ensures both data transmission (Modbus protocol)
and 24 Vdc power distribution for the communications modules on the Micrologic trip units.
24 Vdc
24 Vdc
H
H
H
I
I
I
I
J
J
K
K
K
L
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
FDM128 display for 8 LV devices
IFE Ethernet interface for LV circuit breaker and gateway
IFM Modbus-SL interface for LV circuit breaker
FDM121 display for LV circuit breaker
IO input/output interface module for LV circuit breaker
Masterpact NT/NW circuit breaker
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
PowerPact H-, J-, or L-frame circuit breaker
ULP line terminator
ULP cable
Breaker ULP cord
NSX cord
PowerPact P/R or Compact NS
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Four Functional Levels
The PowerPact and Compact devices can be integrated into Ethernet and Modbus communication
environment.
There are four possible functional levels that can be combined.
Functional Level
Switch
Circuit Breaker
ON/OFF (O/F) \
X
A
P
H
Spring charged
X
A
P
H
Ready to close
X
A
P
H
Fault-trip SDE
X
A
P
H
Connected / disconnected / test position CE/CD/CT (CCM only)
—
A
P
H
MX1 shunt trip
X
A
P
H
XF shunt close
X
A
P
H
Instantaneous measurement information
—
A
P
H
Averaged measurement information
—
—
Maximum / minimum Ammeter
—
A
P
H
Energy metering
—
—
P
H
Demand for current and power
—
—
P
H
Power quality
—
—
—
H
Protection and alarm settings
—
—
P
H
Histories
—
—
P
H
Time stamped event tables
—
—
P
H
Maintenance indicators
—
A
P
H
Status Indications
Controls
Measurements
A: Micrologic trip unit with
ammeter
P: Micrologic trip unit
“Power”
H: Micrologic trip unit
“Harmonics”
NOTE: See the section on
the Micrologic trip units for
details about the trip units.
H
Operating Assistance
Modbus Principle
The Modbus RS 485 (RTU protocol) system is an open bus on which communicating Modbus devices
(Masterpact NW with Modbus COM, Power Meter PM700, PM800, PowerPact P/R-frame, etc.) are
installed. All types of PLCs and microcomputers may be connected to the bus.
Addresses
The Modbus communication parameters (address, baud rate, parity) are entered using the keypad on
the Micrologic A, P, or H trip unit. For a switch, it is necessary to use the Electrical Asset Manager or
RSU (Remote Setting Utility) Micrologic utility.
Number of Devices
The maximum number of devices that may be connected to the Modbus bus depends on the type of
device (PowerPact circuit breaker with Modbus COM, PM700, PM800, Masterpact circuit breaker,
etc.), the baud rate (19200 is recommended), the volume of data exchanged and the desired response
time. The RS 485 physical layer offers up to thirty-two connection points on the bus (one master, thirtyone slaves).
Length of Bus
The maximum recommended length for the Modbus bus is 3940 feet (1200 meters).
Bus Power Source
A 24 Vdc power supply is required (less than 20% ripple, insulation class II).
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Ethernet Principle
Ethernet is a data link and physical layer protocol defined by IEEE 802 10 and 100 Mbps specifications
that connects computer or other Ethernet devices. Ethernet is an asynchronous Carrier Sense Multiple
Access with Collision detection (referred as CSMA/CD) protocol. Carrier Sense means that the hosts
can detect whether the medium (coaxial cable) is idle or busy.
Multiple Access means that multiple hosts can be connected to the common medium. Collision
Detection means a host detects whether its transmission has collided with the transmission of another
host (or hosts).
IFE Ethernet interface can be connected to a PC or a laptop over Ethernet. The maximum length of
Ethernet cable is 325 feet (100 meters). IFE Ethernet interface + gateway provides a Modbus TCP/IP
gateway over Ethernet to enable Modbus TCP communication from a Modbus TCP master to any
Modbus slave devices connected to it. The maximum active Modbus TCP client connection is twelve.
IFE Ethernet interface has an embedded web server (web page).
COM Option in PowerPact and Compact Circuit Breakers
All PowerPact and Compact devices can be fitted with the communication function thanks to the COM
option. PowerPact and Compact uses the Ethernet or Modbus communications protocol for full
compatibility with the supervision management systems.
For fixed and drawout devices, the common communication option is made up of:
•
BCM ULP Module
A BCM ULP module, installed behind the Micrologic trip unit and supplied with a set of switches
(OF, SDE, PF and CH switches), a kit for connection to shunt close (XF) and shunt trip (MX1)
communicating voltage releases (for electrically operated devices), and a COM terminal block
(inputs E1 to E6).
This module is independent of the trip unit and receives and transmits information on the
communication network. An infra-red link transmits data between the trip unit and the
communication module.
Consumption: 30 mA, 24 V.
and
•
The IFM module, the Modbus interface for connection to the network, contains the Modbus address
(1 to 99) declared by the user using the two dials in front. It automatically adapts (baud rate, parity)
to the Modbus network in which it is installed.
or
•
The IFE module, the Ethernet interface for low-voltage circuit breakers, enables an intelligent
modular unit (IMU) such as a Masterpact NT/NW or PowerPact circuit breaker to be connected to
an Ethernet network. Each circuit breaker has its own IFE and a corresponding IP address.
For drawout device the Cradle Management option must be added:
The I/O (Input/Output) application module for low-voltage circuit breakers is delivered with the drawout
devices ordered with the COM option for cradle management. It must be installed on a steel DIN rail
that is properly grounded near the device. The I/O module must be connected to the ULP system and
to the cradle position contacts (CD, CT, CE) that transmit the position of the circuit breaker in the
cradle.
I/O Application Module
For communicating remote control for electrically operated devices, shunt close (XF) and shunt trip
(MX1) communicating voltage releases must be added:
The shunt close (XF) and shunt trip (MX1) communicating voltage releases are equipped for
connection to the communication module.
The remote-tripping function shunt trip (MX2) and undervoltage release (MN) are independent of the
communication option. They are not equipped for connection to the communication module.
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Communication Connections
Drawout Devices
Fixed Devices
Modbus
DB417122.eps
Ethernet
24 Vdc
24VD
C
Modbus
Ethernet
DB417123.eps
Figure 4:
24 Vdc
24VD
C
24 Vdc
C
24VD
ETH2
ETH1
II
Y.ZZ
XX.Y
IFE_
IFE
bus-SL
Mod
E TH2
ET H2
ETH2
ETH1
(factory
ETH1
JJ
Modbus
Ethernet
ETH2
E TH1
JJ
E TH1
II
ETH2
II
set)
Y.ZZ
XX.Y
IFE_
CT
00/A
10-1
1 LK/
ETH
CT
00/A
10-1
2 LK/
us
ETH
ule Stat
Mod
us
k Stat
Networ
IFE
bus-SL
Mod
11
LV4340
(factory
set)
Y.ZZ
(factory
set)
XX.Y
IFE_
CT
00/A
10-1
1 LK/
ETH
CT
00/A
10-1
2 LK/
us
ETH
ule Stat
Mod
us
k Stat
Networ
IF E
bus-SL
Mod
CT
00/A
10-1
1 LK/
ETH
CT
00/A
10-1
2 LK/
us
ETH
ule Stat
Mod
us
k Stat
Networ
11
LV4340
11
LV4340
or
or
JJ
ETH1
or
ULP system
I2
C
I1
I6
C
I5
I4
C
I3
I2
C
I1
I2
C
I1
I4
C
I3
I6
C
I5
I4
C
I3
I6
C
I5
I2
C
I1
I4
C
I3
I6
C
I5
+
C
24VD
+
C
24VD
A1
A1
A1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
HH
O3
O2
F
F
O1
13
23
33
T1
ule
IO Mod
odule
H
A1
T2
34
24
14
O3
H
O2
O1
13
AA
33
T1
A1
T2
34
24
FF
E
E
C
C
D
B
AA
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
23
14
G
G
G
G
FF
B
B
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
APP
IO M
O1
O2
O3
I1
O1
O2
O3
I1
APP
CC
E
E
D
B
A
A
BD
BCM ULP
OF, SDE, SD, PF, CH (tripped, Open/closed, overcurrent trip, ready to close, charged Switches
COM Terminal Block (E1 to E6)
Shunt Trip (MX1) and Shunt Close (XF)
CE, CD, and CT (connected, disconnected, test) Contacts
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
I/O Application Module
ULP Cable
IFE Module
IFM Module
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IFE Ethernet Interface
IFE Interface, IFE Interface + Gateway Description
Introduction
The IFE interface and IFE interface + gateway enable low-voltage circuit breakers such as
Masterpact NT/NW or PowerPact P/R-frame to be connected to an Ethernet network.
IFE Interface
Provides Ethernet access to a single low-voltage circuit breaker.
Function: Interface - one circuit breaker is connected to the IFE interface using its ULP port.
IFE Interface
IFE Interface + Gateway
Provides Ethernet access to one or several low-voltage circuit breakers.
Functions:
•
•
Interface - one circuit breaker is connected to the IFE interface using its ULP port.
Gateway: several circuit breakers on a Modbus network are connected using the IFE interface +
gateway master Modbus port.
IFE Interface, IFE Interface + Gateway Features
IFE Interface + Gateway
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Dual 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port for simple daisy chain connection.
Device profile web service for discovery of the IFE interface, IFE interface + gateway on the LAN.
Ethernet interface for Masterpact and PowerPact circuit breakers.
Gateway for Modbus-SL connected devices (IFE interface + gateway only).
Embedded set-up web pages.
Embedded monitoring web pages.
Embedded control web pages.
Built-in e-mail alarm notification.
Figure 5:
IFE Interface, IFE Interface + Gateway Screen
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Mounting
The IFE interface and IFE interface + gateway are DIN rail mounting devices. A stacking accessory
enables the user to connect several IFMs (ULP to Modbus interfaces) to an IFE interface + gateway
without additional wiring.
24 Vdc Power Supply
The IFE interface and the IFE interface + gateway must always be supplied with 24 Vdc.
The IFMs stacked to an IFE interface + gateway have power supplied by the IFE interface + gateway,
thus it is not necessary to supply them separately. It is recommended to use a UL listed and
recognized limited voltage/limited current or a class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.
Required Circuit Breaker Communication Modules
The connection to an IFE interface or IFE interface + gateway requires a communication module
embedded into the circuit breaker:
•
•
PowerPact and Compact circuit breakers: BCM ULP communication module
Drawout PowerPact and Compact circuit breakers: BCM ULP and its respective I/O (Input/Output)
application module.
All connection configurations for the circuit breakers require the circuit breaker ULP cord. The
insulated NSX cord is mandatory for system voltages greater than 480 Vac. When the second ULP
RJ45 connector is not used, it must be closed with a ULP terminator (TRV00880).
Table 36:
Network Communication Interface
Characteristic
Value
Modbus RTU, RS485 serial connection
Type of interface module
Modbus TCP/IP Ethernet
•
•
•
Modbus RS485
Transmission
Transfer rate: 10/100 Mbps
Ethernet
Structure
Device type
Turnaround time
Maximum length of cable
Type of bus connector
Transfer rate: 9,600–19,200 Baud
Medium Double shielded twisted pair
Impedance 120 ȍ
Medium STP, Cat5e, straight cable
Type
Modbus, Ethernet
Method
Master/Slave
Modbus
Master
Ethernet
Server
Modbus
10 ms
Ethernet
1 ms
Modbus
1000 m
Ethernet
100 m
Modbus
4-pin connector
Ethernet
RJ45 (Shielded)
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Table 37:
Characteristics
General Characteristics
IFE Web Page Description
Environmental Characteristics
Monitoring Web Page
Conforming to standards
UL 508, UL 60950, IEC 60950, 60947-6-2
Real time data
X
Certification
cUIUs, FCC, CE
Device logging
X
Ambient temperature
Storage: -40 to +185°F (-40 to +85°C)
Operation: -13 to +158°F (-25 to +70°C)
Control Web Page
Protective Treatment
ULVO, conforming to IEC 60068-2-30
Diagnostics Web Page
Pollution
Level 3
Single device control
Mechanical Characteristics
X
Statistics
X
Device information
X
Shock resistance
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-27 15g/11ms, 1/2 sinusoidal
IMU (circuit breaker) information
X
Resistance to sinusoidal vibrations
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
Read device registers
X
Communication check
X
Electrical Characteristics
Power Supply
Consumption
24 Vdc, -20%/+10% (19.2 to 26.4 Vdc)
Maintenance Web Page
Typical: 4 Vdc, 120 mA at 68°F (20°C)
Maintenance log
X
Maximum with gateway: 26.4 Vdc, 3 A at 140°F (60°C)
Maintenance counters
X
Physical Characteristics
Setup Web Page
Dimensions
2.83 x 4.13 x 2.79 in. (72 x 105 x 71 mm)
Device localization/name
Mounting
Mounting DIN rail
Ethernet configuration (dual port)
X
X
Weight
182.5 g (0.41 lb)
IP configuration
X
On the front panel (wall mounted enclosure): IP4x
Modbus TCP/IP filtering
X
Degree of protection of the installed module
Connectors: IP2x
Serial port
X
Other parts: IP3x
Date and time
X
Connections
Screw type terminal blocks
E-mail server configuration
X
Technical Characteristics - 24 Vdc Power Supply
Alarms to be e-mailed
X
Power supply type
Device list
X
Regulated switch type
Rated power
Input voltage
72 W
Device logging
X
100–120 Vac for single phase
Device log export
X
200–500 Vac phase-to-phase
SNMP parameters
X
PFC filter
With IEC 61000-3-2
Documentation links
X
Output voltage
24 Vdc
Preferences
X
Power supply out current
3A
Advanced services control
X
User accounts
X
NOTE: Use a UL Listed/UL Recognized limited voltage/limited current or a Class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.
II
J
J
A. Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 communication
port
B. 24 Vdc power supply terminal block
C. Ethernet communication LEDs:
• yellow: 10 Mb
• green: 100 Mb
K
K
ETH1
ETH2
24VDC
IFE
ETH1 LK/10-100/ACT
ETH2 LK/10-100/ACT
Module Status
ETH1
D. Module status LED:
• steady off: no power
• steady green: device operational
• steady red: major fault
• flashing green: standby
• flashing red: minor fault
• flashing green/red: self-test
IFE-XX.YY.ZZ (factory set)
Modbus-SL
ETH2
Network Status
T
LV434011
C
C
D
D
E
E
E. Network status LED:
• steady off: no power/no valid IP address
• steady green: connected, valid IP address
• steady orange: default IP address
• steady red: duplicated IP address
• flashing green/red: self-test
FF
R
A
A
BB
LL
H
H
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
Sealable transparent cover
ULP status LED
Test button (accessible closed cover)
Locking pad
Modbus traffic status LED (IFE Interface +
Gateway only)
K. Device name label
L. ULP ports
G
G
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IFM Modbus Communication Interface
Function
An IFM Modbus communication interface is required for connection of a Masterpact or PowerPact
circuit breaker to a Modbus network as long as this circuit breaker is provided with a ULP (Universal
Logic Plug) port. The port is available on the BCM ULP.
Once connected, the circuit breaker is considered as a slave by the Modbus master. Its electrical
values, alarm status, open/close signals can be monitored or controlled by a Programmable Logic
Controller or any other system.
Characteristics
ULP Port
Two RJ45 sockets, internal parallel wiring.
IFM Modbus
Communication Interface.
Ref.: TRV00210
•
•
Connection of a single circuit breaker.
•
•
The RJ45 sockets deliver a 24 Vdc supply fed from the Modbus socket.
A ULP line terminator or an FDM121 display unit must be connected to the second RJ45 ULP
socket.
Built-in test function, for checking the correct connection to the circuit breaker and FDM121 display
unit.
Modbus Slave Port
•
Top socket for screw-clamp connector, providing terminals for:
— 24 Vdc input supply (0 V, +24 V)
— Modbus line (D1, D2, Gnd) 2-wire Modbus system.
•
Lateral socket, for DIN-rail stackable connector. Both top and lateral sockets are internally parallel
wired.
•
Multiple IFMs can be stacked, thus sharing a common power supply and Modbus line without
individual wiring.
•
On the front face:
— Modbus address setting (1 to 99): two coded rotary switches
— Modbus locking pad: enables or disable the circuit breaker remote control and modification of
IFM parameters.
•
Self-adjusting communication format (Baud rate, parity).
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A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
A
A
5
3
9
0
5
6
7
4
3
8
2
1
BB
8
2
1
6
7
4
Modbus Screw Clamp Connector
Modbus Address Switches
Modbus Traffic LED
Modbus Locking Pad
ULP Activity LED
Test Button
Mechanical Lock
ULP RJ45 Connectors
Stacking Accessory Connection
C
C
9
0
DD
E
E
Test
FF
I
I
HH
G
G
Technical Characteristics
Table 38:
IFM Modbus Communication Interface
Dimensions
0.71 x 2.83 x 3.78 in. (18 x 72 x 96 mm)
Maximum number of stacked IFM
Degree of protection of the
installed module
12
Part projecting beyond the escutcheon
IP4x
Other module parts
IP3x
Connectors
IP2x
Operating temperature
-25 to +70°C
Power supply voltage
Consumption
24 Vdc -20%/+10% (19.2–26.4 Vdc)
Typical
21 mA/24 Vdc at 68°F (20°C)
Maximum
30 mA/19.2 Vdc at 140°F (60°C)
CE
IEC/EN 60947-1
UL
UL 508 - Industrial Control Equipment
No. 142-M1987 - Process Control Equipment
Certification
•
CSA
•
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0-M91 - General
requirements - Canadian Electrical Code Part
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 14-05 - Industrial Control
Equipment
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Simplified IFM Installation
Stacking an IFM
Stacking Accessories
Up to 12 Stacked IFM
Stacking an IFE Interface + Gateway with IFMs
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I/O Application Module
Description
The I/O (Input/Output) application module for an low-voltage circuit breaker is part of an ULP system
with built-in functions and applications to enhance the application needs. The ULP system architecture
can be built without any restrictions using the wide range of circuit breakers.
The I/O application module is compliant with the ULP system specifications.
Two I/O application modules can be connected in the same ULP network.
The ranges of low-voltage circuit breakers enhanced by the I/O application module are:
I/O Application Module
•
•
•
•
•
Masterpact NW
Masterpact NT
PowerPact R-Frame
PowerPact P-Frame
Compact NS
I/O (Input/Output) Application Module for Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Resources
The I/O application module resources are:
•
•
•
Six digital inputs that are self powered for either NO and NC dry contact or pulse counter.
Three digital outputs that are a bistable relay (5 A maximum).
One analog input for PT100 temperature sensor.
Pre-Defined Application
The pre-defined application adds new functions to the I/O application module by:
•
Selection by the application rotary switch on the I/O application module, defining the application
with pre-defined input/output assignment and wiring diagram.
•
No additional setting with the customer engineering tool required.
The resources not assigned to the pre-defined application are free for additional user-defined applications:
•
•
•
cradle management
circuit breaker operation
cradle management + ERMS (Energy Reduction Maintenance Setting)
NOTE: Use only Micrologic P or H trip units with the blue ERMS label for energy reduction
maintenance setting systems. Review the I/O module user guide 0613IB1317 and ERMS
installation instructions NHA67346 for details on installation, testing, and operation of the ERMS
system.
•
•
light and load control
custom.
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User-Defined Applications
User-defined applications are processed by the I/O application module in addition to the pre-defined
application selected.
The user-defined applications are available depending on:
•
•
the pre-defined application selected
the I/O application module resources (inputs and outputs) not used by the application.
The resources required by user-defined applications are assigned using the customer engineering tool:
•
•
•
•
protection
control
energy management
monitoring.
Mounting
The I/O application module is a DIN rail mounted device. Install on a steel DIN rail that is properly
grounded near the device.
Application Rotary Switch
4
5
6
3
2
7
8
1
The application rotary switch enables the selection of the pre-defined application. It has nine positions
and each position is assigned to a pre-defined application. The factory set position of the switch is predefined application one.
9
Setting Locking Pad
The setting locking pad on the front panel of the I/O application module enables the setting of the I/O
application module by the customer engineering tool.
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General Characteristics
Conforming to standards
Environmental
Characteristics
I1
C
I2
I3
C
I4
I5
C
Electrical
Characteristics
A
A
I1
C
I2
I3
C
I4
I5
C
Physical
Characteristics
I6
CC
MM
5
6
3
2
7
8
1
I1
AI
LL
I3
O1
I4
O2
I5
O3
I6
KK
D
D
I2
9
APP
JJ
Ambient temperature
Protective Treatment
ULVO, conforming to IEC 60068-2-30
Pollution
Level 3
Shock resistance
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-27 15g/11ms,
1/2 sinusoidal
Resistance to sinusoidal vibrations
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
Power Supply
24 Vdc, -20%/+10% (19.2 to 26.4 Vdc)
Consumption
Typical: 24 Vdc, 165 mA at 20°C
Maximum with gateway: 26.4 Vdc, 420 mA at 60°C
Dimensions
2.83 x 4.52 X 2.79 in. (72 x 115 x 71 mm)
B
B
24VDC
4
cULus, EAC, FCC, CE
Storage: -40 to +185°F (-40 to +85°C)
Operation: -13 to +158°F (-25 to +70°C)
I6
Mechanical
Characteristics
T
E
E
FF
G
G
IO
LV434063
Technical
Characteristics
24 Vdc power
supply
UL 508, UL 60950, IED 60950, 60947-6-2
Certification
Mounting
DIN rail
Weight
0.51 lb. (229.5 g)
Degree of protection of the installed
I/O application module
•
•
•
Connections
Screw type terminal blocks
On the front panel (wall mounted enclosure): IP4x
I/O parts: IP3x
Connectors: IP2x
Power supply type
Regulated switch type
Rated power
72 W
Input voltage
•
•
PFC filter
With IEC 61000-3-2
100–120 Vac for single phase
200–500 Vac phase-to-phase maximum
Output voltage
24 Vdc
Power supply out current
3A
NOTE: It is recommended to use an UL listed/UL listed recognized limited voltage/limited
current or a class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.
13
O1
14
23
O2
24
33
O3
34
A1
T2
T1
H
H
II
Digital Inputs
Digital input type
Self powered digital input with current limitations as
per IEC 61131-2 type 2 standards (7 mA)
Input limit values at state 1 (close)
19.8–25.2 Vdc, 6.1–8.8 mA
Input limit values at state 0 (open
0–19.8 Vdc, 0 mA
Maximum cable length
33 ft (10 m)
NOTE: For a length greater than 10 m (33 ft) and up to 300 m (1,000 ft), it is mandatory to
use a shielded twisted cable. The shield cable is connected to the I/O functional ground of
the I/O application module.
13
14
23
24
33
34
T1
Digital output type
T2
1
2
Digital Outputs
NN
O
O
A. 24 Vdc power supply terminal block.
B. Digital input terminal block:
6 inputs, 3 commons and 1 shield.
C. 6 input status LEDs.
D. Analog input status LED.
E. 3 output status LEDs.
F. I/O application module identification labels.
G. Sealable transparent cover.
H. Analog input terminal block.
I. Digital output terminal blocks.
J. ULP status LED.
K. Test/reset button (accessible with cover closed).
L. Setting locking pad.
M. Application rotary switch: 1 to 9.
N. Switch for I/O addressing (I/O 1 or I/O 2).
O. ULP connectors.
Bistable relay
Rated load
5 A at 250 Vac
Rated carry current
5A
Maximum switching voltage
380 Vac, 125 Vdc
Maximum switch current
5A
Maximum switching power
1250 VA, 150 W
Minimum permissible load
10 mA at 5 Vdc
Contact resistance
30 mȍ
Maximum operating frequency
•
•
Digital output relay protection by an
external fuse
External fuse of 5 A or less
Maximum cable length
10 m (33 ft)
18000 operations/hr (Mechanical)
1800 operations/hr (Electrical)
The I/O application module analog input can be connected to a Pt100 temperature sensor
Analog Inputs
Range
-22 to 392°F (-30 to 200°C)
Accuracy
-22 to 68°F (-30 to 20°C): ±3.6°F (2°C)
68 to 284°F (20 to 140°C): ±1.8°F (1°C)
284 to 392°F (140 to 200°C): ±3.6°F (2°C)
Refresh interval
5s
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Electrical Asset Manager Configuration Engineering Tool (Ecoreach™)
Introduction
The Ecoreach engineering tool is a software application that helps the user to manage a project as part
of designing, testing, site commissioning, and maintenance of the project life cycle. It enables the user
to prepare the settings of the devices offline (without connecting to the device) and configure them
when connected with the devices. It also provides other value-added features for the user to manage
the project such as: safe repository in cloud, attach artifacts to each device or at the project level,
organize devices in switchboard, manage a hierarchical structure of the installation, etc.
Compatible Devices (Configuration and Device Management)
The Ecoreach engineering tool is compatible with the following devices:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Compact NSX100-630 (IEC) circuit breakers
PowerPact (UL) circuit breakers
Compact NS630b-3200 (IEC) circuit breakers
Masterpact NT/NW (IEC and UL) circuit breakers
Compatible devices (Device Management in the project)
Switches (Compact NSX, Masterpact & PowerPact Family)
Third party devices.
References:
The Ecoreach software package can be downloaded from our website:
www.schneider-electric.com
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Features
The Ecoreach engineering tool includes the Schneider Electric customer engineering tools such as the
Remote Setting Utility (RSU) and Remote Control Utility (RCU) with additional features.
The Ecoreach engineering tool supports the connection of Schneider Electric communicable devices to:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
create projects by device discovery, selection of devices, and importing a Bill of Material (BOM)
monitor the status of protection and I/O status
read information (alarms, measurements, parameters)
check protection discrimination between two devices
upload and download of configuration or settings in batch mode to multiple devices.
carry out commands and tests
generate and print a device settings report and communication test report
manage multiple devices with a electrical and communication hierarchy model
manage artifacts (project documents)
check consistency in settings between devices on a communication network
compare configuration settings between PC and device (online)
download latest firmware.
The Ecoreach engineering tool enables the user to access the advanced features of the software once
the project is saved in the Schneider Electric cloud.
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Section 4—PowerPact M-Frame Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Performance
PowerPact M-frame molded case circuit breakers provide improved performance and a compact solution
for applications up to 800 A. They complement the existing PowerPact P- and R-frame circuit breakers,
and replace the traditional MA/MH circuit breakers with a smaller footprint and competitive cost.
•
•
Available in 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 700, and 800 A ratings.
Available in two- and three-pole unit-mount and I-Line versions
Table 39:
Frame
Termination Options
Termination
Letter
M-Frame Unit-Mount
F
M-Frame
Termination Option
No Lugs
L
Lugs both ends
M
Lugs ON end Terminal Nut Kit Off end
P
Lugs OFF end Terminal Nut Kit On end
For factory-installed termination, place termination letter
in the third block of the circuit breaker catalog number.
M G L 3 6 4 0 0 or D G L 3 6 4 0 0 E 2 0
Termination
Letter
M-Frame I-Line
•
Built-in electronic trip unit type ET 1.0 provides better accuracy than standard thermal-magnetic trip
units. The ET 1.0 trip unit cannot be field replaced, nor does it allow adjustment of the trip point
setting. (It is considered an electronic equivalent of a thermal-magnetic circuit breaker.)
•
FIxed long-time and adjustable instantaneous protection (2 to 10 times nominal ampere rating) is
standard.
•
Same dimensions, common mounting, bussing, cabling and door cut-out as PowerPact P-frame
circuit breakers.
•
•
Approximately 15% smaller installed volume than the MA/MH circuit breakers.
A full range of electrical accessories are available:
— Shunt trip (various AC and DC voltages are available)
— Undervoltage trip (various AC and DC voltages are available)
— Time delayed undervoltage trip (various AC and DC voltages are available)
— Auxiliary switches (up to 3A/3B); low-level switches are also available (voltage and amperage)
— Alarm switch (1A/1B); low-level switches are also available (voltage and amperage)
— Overcurrent trip switch (SDE)
•
A full range of mechanical accessories are available:
— Standard mechanical lugs (aluminum or copper)
— Crimp (compression) lugs (aluminum or copper)
— Power distribution lugs (aluminum only)
— Bus connector kit
— Inter-phase barriers
— Door escutcheons (for toggle or accessory cover)
— Padlocking device (removable or fixed version), complies with OSHA requirements
— Key-lock device (Kirk® or Schneider Electric™ keylocks)
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Catalog Numbers
Table 40:
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with
Non-Interchangeable 1.0 Electronic Trip (Fixed Long-Time and Adjustable Instantaneous Trip Settings)
Current Rating
Type
Poles
300 A
350 A
400 A
450 A
500 A
600 A
700 A
800 A
MG
2
MGL26300
MGL26350
MGL26400
MGL26450
MGL26500
MGL26600
MGL26700
MGL26800
MJ
2
MJL26300
MJL26350
MJL26400
MJL26450
MJL26500
MJL26600
MJL26700
MJL26800
MG
3
MGL36300
MGL36350
MGL36400
MGL36450
MGL36500
MGL36600
MGL36700
MGL36800
MJ
3
MJL36300
MJL36350
MJL36400
MJL36450
MJL36500
MJL36600
MJL36700
MJL36800
Table 41:
UL/IEC Rated, I-Line™, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with
Non-Interchangeable 1.0 Electronic Trip (Fixed Long-Time and Adjustable Instantaneous Trip Settings)
Current Rating
Type
Poles
300 A
350 A
400 A
450 A
500 A
600 A
700 A
800 A
MG1
2
MGA263002
MGA263502
MGA264002
MGA264502
MGA265002
MGA266002
MGA267002
MGA268002
MJ1
2
MJA263002
MJA263502
MJA264002
MJA264502
MJA265002
MJA266002
MJA267002
MJA268002
MG2
3
MGA36300
MGA36350
MGA36400
MGA36450
MGA36500
MGA36600
MGA36700
MGA36800
MJ2
3
MJA36300
MJA36350
MJA36400
MJA36450
MJA36500
MJA36600
MJA36700
MJA36800
1
Suffix 2 is for AC phasing (standard offer), or use 5 for CA phasing (option).
2
No suffix is for ABC phasing (standard offer), or use 6 for CBA phasing (option).
Interrupting Ratings
Table 42:
Interrupting Ratings
Interrupting Ratings
Mounting
IndividuallyMounted
M-Frame Unit-Mount
I-Line
Circuit
Breaker
MG
MJ
MG
MJ
IEC 60947-2
UL/CSA/NMX
240 Vac
380/415 Vac
240 Vac
480 Vac
600 Vac
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
65 kA
100 kA
65 kA
100 kA
35 kA
65 kA
35 kA
65 kA
18 KA
25 kA
18 KA
25 kA
50 kA
65 kA
50 kA
65 kA
25 kA
35 kA
25 kA
35 kA
35 kA
50 kA
35 kA
50 kA
20 kA
25 kA
20 kA
25 kA
Termination Information
Unit-mount circuit breakers have mechanical lugs standard on both ends. I-Line circuit breakers have
lugs standard on the O/OFF end. These lugs accept aluminum or copper wire. See Table 92 on page
115 for more lug options.
Accessories
M-Frame I-Line
Accessories are available either factory- or field-installed. They can be installed in accessory compartments
behind the circuit breaker accessory cover. See Table 68 on page 101 for available accessories.
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Control Wiring
Control wiring is connected to terminals located under the circuit breaker accessory cover.
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker in open position
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams
Auxiliary
Contacts
OF
Open/Closed Circuit Breaker
Position Contacts
SD
Bell Alarm
Remote
Operation
MN
Undervoltage Trip Device
MX
Shunt Trip
Remote Operation
SD
Closed
Open
92
94
82
84
31 32 34
12
14
OF3
21 22 24
32
34
OF2
D2/C2
Alarm Contacts
C2
D1/C1
11 12 14
D2
MN/MX
OF1
Tripped
Connector Description
Fault
Function
22
24
Figure 6:
91 92 94
MN
MX
OF3
OF2
OF1
SDE
SD
81
82
or
91
81
11
21
31
D1
C1
84
SDE
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Section 5—PowerPact P-Frame Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Performance
Providing unparalleled performance and control, the P-frame circuit breakers features the exclusive
Micrologic electronic trip units, which allow for a range of sophisticated applications for metering and
monitoring. In addition, trip units can be interchanged in the field to allow for maximum flexibility.
The compact size and small footprint of the P-frame circuit breaker permits high density installations in
I-Line panelboards and switchboards. These circuit breakers are available in 100% rated construction
for all unit-mount circuit breakers and up to 800 A in I-Line circuit breakers to meet a broad range of
commercial and industrial application needs.
•
Both standard (80%) and 100% rated construction circuit breakers are available in 1200 A with a
sensor size range of 250–1200 A.
•
Interrupting ratings (AIR):
P-Frame Unit-Mount
P-Frame I-Line
P-Frame Drawout
Voltage
G
J
K
L
240 Vac
65 kA
100 kA
65 kA
125 kA
480 Vac
35 kA
65 kA
50 kA
100 kA
600 Vac
18 kA
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
•
The P-frame circuit breakers with K interrupting rating are recommended for applications having
high inrush and/or non-linear loads such as large motors, transformers, motors with soft starts, etc.
•
Compact circuit breaker size allows for small footprint installations using I-Line panelboards and
switchboards. Nine inch width provides increased density installation.
•
•
Most field-installable accessories are common to all frame sizes for easier stocking and installation
•
•
•
Field-installable sensor plugs (after January 2007). See Table 80 on page 109.
•
•
Connection options include bus, cable or I-Line for installation flexibility.
Selection of four interchangeable Micrologic trip units available, with Powerlogic power metering
and monitoring capabilities available in advanced trip units.
Compatible with Powerlogic systems and high amperage power circuit breakers.
Built-in Modbus protocol provides an open communications platform and eliminates the need to
purchase additional, proprietary network solutions.
Additional options are available for 5-cycle closing, stored energy mechanisms and drawoutmounting.
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Catalog Numbers
Table 43:
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount1, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with Basic
Electronic Trip and Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Unit
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number2
Trip Unit
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
Basic Electronic
Trip Unit
Type
250 A3
400 A
600 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
ET1.0I
—
—
PGL36060
PGL36080
PGL36100
PGL36120
—
—
PJL36060
PJL36080
PJL36100
PJL36120
—
—
PKL36060
PKL36080
PKL36100
PKL36120
—
—
PLL34060
PLL34080
PLL34100
PLL34120
PGL36025U31A
PGL36040U31A
PGL36060U31A
PGL36080U31A
PGL36100U31A
PGL36120U31A
2P4, 3P
(Not
Fixed
Interchangeable) Long-time
3.0 (LI)
3P,
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Standard Trip
Unit
4P5
(G & K only)
5.0 (LSI)
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
3.0A (LI)
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Ammeter Trip
Unit6
5.0A (LSI)
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
6.0A (LSIG)
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
5.0P (LSI)
3P
Micrologic
4P5 (G & K only)
Interchangeable
Power Trip Unit
with Modbus®
6.0P (LSIG)
Communications
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
5.0H (LSI)
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Harmonic Trip
Unit with
Modbus
Communications
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
6.0H (LSIG)
3P
4P5 (G & K only)
PJL36025U31A
PJL36040U31A
PJL36060U31A
PJL36080U31A
PJL36100U31A
PJL36120U31A
PKL36025U31A
PKL36040U31A
PKL36060U31A
PKL36080U31A
PKL36100U31A
PKL36120U31A
PLL34025U31A
PLL34040U31A
PLL34060U31A
PLL34080U31A
PLL34100U31A
PLL34120U31A
PGL36025U33A
PGL36040U33A
PGL36060U33A
PGL36080U33A
PGL36100U33A
PGL36120U33A
PJL36025U33A
PJL36040U33A
PJL36060U33A
PJL36080U33A
PJL36100U33A
PJL36120U33A
PKL36025U33A
PKL36040U33A
PKL36060U33A
PKL36080U33A
PKL36100U33A
PKL36120U33A
PLL34025U33A
PLL34040U33A
PLL34060U33A
PLL34080U33A
PLL34100U33A
PLL34120U33A
PGL36025U41A
PGL36040U41A
PGL36060U41A
PGL36080U41A
PGL36100U41A
PGL36120U41A
PJL36025U41A
PJL36040U41A
PJL36060U41A
PJL36080U41A
PJL36100U41A
PJL36120U41A
PKL36025U41A
PKL36040U41A
PKL36060U41A
PKL36080U41A
PKL36100U41A
PKL36120U41A
PLL34025U41A
PLL34040U41A
PLL34060U41A
PLL34080U41A
PLL34100U41A
PLL34120U41A
PGL36025U43A
PGL36040U43A
PGL36060U43A
PGL36080U43A
PGL36100U43A
PGL36120U43A
PJL36025U43A
PJL36040U43A
PJL36060U43A
PJL36080U43A
PJL36100U43A
PJL36120U43A
PKL36025U43A
PKL36040U43A
PKL36060U43A
PKL36080U43A
PKL36100U43A
PKL36120U43A
PLL34025U43A
PLL34040U43A
PLL34060U43A
PLL34080U43A
PLL34100U43A
PLL34120U43A
PGL36025U44A
PGL36040U44A
PGL36060U44A
PGL36080U44A
PGL36100U44A
PGL36120U44A
PJL36025U44A
PJL36040U44A
PJL36060U44A
PJL36080U44A
PJL36100U44A
PJL36120U44A
PKL36025U44A
PKL36040U44A
PKL36060U44A
PKL36080U44A
PKL36100U44A
PKL36120U44A
PLL34025U44A
PLL34040U44A
PLL34060U44A
PLL34080U44A
PLL34100U44A
PLL34120U44A
PGL36025U63AE1
PGL36040U63AE1
PGL36060U63AE1
PGL36080U63AE1
PGL36100U63AE1
PGL36120U63AE1
PJL36025U63AE1
PJL36040U63AE1
PJL36060U63AE1
PJL36080U63AE1
PJL36100U63AE1
PJL36120U63AE1
PKL36025U63AE1
PKL36040U63AE1
PKL36060U63AE1
PKL36080U63AE1
PKL36100U63AE1
PKL36120U63AE1
PLL34025U63AE1
PLL34040U63AE1
PLL34060U63AE1
PLL34080U63AE1
PLL34100U63AE1
PLL34120U63AE1
PGL36025U64AE1
PGL36040U64AE1
PGL36060U64AE1
PGL36080U64AE1
PGL36100U64AE1
PGL36120U64AE1
PJL36025U64AE1
PJL36040U64AE1
PJL36060U64AE1
PJL36080U64AE1
PJL36100U64AE1
PJL36120U64AE1
PKL36025U64AE1
PKL36040U64AE1
PKL36060U64AE1
PKL36080U64AE1
PKL36100U64AE1
PKL36120U64AE1
PLL34025U64AE1
PLL34040U64AE1
PLL34060U64AE1
PLL34080U64AE1
PLL34100U64AE1
PLL34120U64AE1
PGL36025U73AE1
PGL36040U73AE1
PGL36060U73AE1
PGL36080U73AE1
PGL36100U73AE1
PGL36120U73AE1
PJL36025U73AE1
PJL36040U73AE1
PJL36060U73AE1
PJL36080U73AE1
PJL36100U73AE1
PJL36120U73AE1
PKL36025U73AE1
PKL36040U73AE1
PKL36060U73AE1
PKL36080U73AE1
PKL36100U73AE1
PKL36120U73AE1
PLL34025U73AE1
PLL34040U73AE1
PLL34060U73AE1
PLL34080U73AE1
PLL34100U73AE1
PLL34120U73AE1
PGL36025U74AE1
PGL36040U74AE1
PGL36060U74AE1
PGL36080U74AE1
PGL36100U74AE1
PGL36120U74AE1
PJL36025U74AE1
PJL36040U74AE1
PJL36060U74AE1
PJL36080U74AE1
PJL36100U74AE1
PJL36120U74AE1
PKL36025U74AE1
PKL36040U74AE1
PKL36060U74AE1
PKL36080U74AE1
PKL36100U74AE1
PKL36120U74AE1
PLL34025U74AE1
PLL34040U74AE1
PLL34060U74AE1
PLL34080U74AE1
PLL34100U74AE1
PLL34120U74AE1
1
Catalog numbers are for circuit breakers with lugs on line and load ends. Consult the Product Selector for catalog numbers for circuit breakers with alternate terminations.
2
The L interrupting rating at 600 Vac is 25 kA.
3
250 A is not available as a four pole circuit breaker.
4
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (PGL36025 becomes PGL26025).
5
For 4P (available in G and K interrupting levels only), replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (PGL36040U31A becomes PGL46040U31A).
6
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 44:
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount1, Manually-Operated, 100%-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with
Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Units
Trip Unit,
Interchangeable Circuit Breaker Catalog Number2
3P, 4P
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
Type
250 A3
400 A
600 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
Micrologic Interchangeable Standard Trip Unit
3.0 (LI)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
5.0 (LSI)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
PGL36025CU31A
PGL36040CU31A
PGL36060CU31A
PGL36080CU31A
PGL36100CU31A
PGL36120CU31A
PJL36025CU31A
PJL36040CU31A
PJL36060CU31A
PJL36080CU31A
PJL36100CU31A
PJL36120CU31A
PKL36025CU31A
PKL36040CU31A
PKL36060CU31A
PKL36080CU31A
PKL36100CU31A
PKL36120CU31A
PLL34025CU31A
PLL34040CU31A
PLL34060CU31A
PLL34080CU31A
PLL34100CU31A
PLL34120CU31A
PGL36025CU33A
PGL36040CU33A
PGL36060CU33A
PGL36080CU33A
PGL36100CU33A
PGL36120CU33A
PJL36025CU33A
PJL36040CU33A
PJL36060CU33A
PJL36080CU33A
PJL36100CU33A
PJL36120CU33A
PKL36025CU33A
PKL36040CU33A
PKL36060CU33A
PKL36080CU33A
PKL36100CU33A
PKL36120CU33A
PLL34025CU33A
PLL34040CU33A
PLL34060CU33A
PLL34080CU33A
PLL34100CU33A
PLL34120CU33A
Micrologic Interchangeable Ammeter Trip Unit5
3.0A (LI)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
5.0A (LSI)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
6.0A (LSIG)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
PGL36025CU41A
PGL36040CU41A
PGL36060CU41A
PGL36080CU41A
PGL36100CU41A
PGL36120CU41A
PJL36025CU41A
PJL36040CU41A
PJL36060CU41A
PJL36080CU41A
PJL36100CU41A
PJL36120CU41A
PKL36025CU41A
PKL36040CU41A
PKL36060CU41A
PKL36080CU41A
PKL36100CU41A
PKL36120CU41A
PLL34025CU41A
PLL34040CU41A
PLL34060CU41A
PLL34080CU41A
PLL34100CU41A
PLL34120CU41A
PGL36025CU43A
PGL36040CU43A
PGL36060CU43A
PGL36080CU43A
PGL36100CU43A
PGL36120CU43A
PJL36025CU43A
PJL36040CU43A
PJL36060CU43A
PJL36080CU43A
PJL36100CU43A
PJL36120CU43A
PKL36025CU43A
PKL36040CU43A
PKL36060CU43A
PKL36080CU43A
PKL36100CU43A
PKL36120CU43A
PLL34025CU43A
PLL34040CU43A
PLL34060CU43A
PLL34080CU43A
PLL34100CU43A
PLL34120CU43A
PGL36025CU44A
PGL36040CU44A
PGL36060CU44A
PGL36080CU44A
PGL36100CU44A
PGL36120CU44A
PJL36025CU44A
PJL36040CU44A
PJL36060CU44A
PJL36080CU44A
PJL36100CU44A
PJL36120CU44A
PKL36025CU44A
PKL36040CU44A
PKL36060CU44A
PKL36080CU44A
PKL36100CU44A
PKL36120CU44A
PLL34025CU44A
PLL34040CU44A
PLL34060CU44A
PLL34080CU44A
PLL34100CU44A
PLL34120CU44A
PGL36120CU63AE1
Micrologic Interchangeable Power Trip Unit with Modbus® Communications
5.0P (LSI)
3P
4P4
(G & K only)
6.0P (LSIG)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
PGL36025CU63AE1
PGL36040CU63AE1
PGL36060CU63AE1
PGL36080CU63AE1
PGL36100CU63AE1
PJL36025CU63AE1
PJL36040CU63AE1
PJL36060CU63AE1
PJL36080CU63AE1
PJL36100CU63AE1
PJL36120CU63AE1
PKL36025CU63AE1
PKL36040CU63AE1
PKL36060CU63AE1
PKL36080CU63AE1
PKL36100CU63AE1
PKL36120CU63AE1
PLL34025CU63AE1
PLL34040CU63AE1
PLL34060CU63AE1
PLL34080CU63AE1
PLL34100CU63AE1
PLL34120CU63AE1
PGL36025CU64AE1
PGL36040CU64AE1
PGL36060CU64AE1
PGL36080CU64AE1
PGL36100CU64AE1
PGL36120CU64AE1
PJL36025CU64AE1
PJL36040CU64AE1
PJL36060CU64AE1
PJL36080CU64AE1
PJL36100CU64AE1
PJL36120CU64AE1
PKL36025CU64AE1
PKL36040CU64AE1
PKL36060CU64AE1
PKL36080CU64AE1
PKL36100CU64AE1
PKL36120CU64AE1
PLL34025CU64AE1
PLL34040CU64AE1
PLL34060CU64AE1
PLL34080CU64AE1
PLL34100CU64AE1
PLL34120CU64AE1
PGL36120CU73AE1
Micrologic Interchangeable Harmonic Trip Unit with Modbus Communications
5.0H (LSI)
3P
4P4 (G & K only)
6.0H (LSIG)
3P
4P4
(G & K only)
PGL36025CU73AE1
PGL36040CU73AE1
PGL36060CU73AE1
PGL36080CU73AE1
PGL36100CU73AE1
PJL36025CU73AE1
PJL36040CU73AE1
PJL36060CU73AE1
PJL36080CU73AE1
PJL36100CU73AE1
PJL36120CU73AE1
PKL36025CU73AE1
PKL36040CU73AE1
PKL36060CU73AE1
PKL36080CU73AE1
PKL36100CU73AE1
PKL36120CU73AE1
PLL34025CU73AE1
PLL34040CU73AE1
PLL34060CU73AE1
PLL34080CU73AE1
PLL34100CU73AE1
PLL34120CU73AE1
PGL36025CU74AE1
PGL36040CU74AE1
PGL36060CU74AE1
PGL36080CU74AE1
PGL36100CU74AE1
PGL36120CU74AE1
PJL36025CU74AE1
PJL36040CU74AE1
PJL36060CU74AE1
PJL36080CU74AE1
PJL36100CU74AE1
PJL36120CU74AE1
PKL36025CU74AE1
PKL36040CU74AE1
PKL36060CU74AE1
PKL36080CU74AE1
PKL36100CU74AE1
PKL36120CU74AE1
PLL34025CU74AE1
PLL34040CU74AE1
PLL34060CU74AE1
PLL34080CU74AE1
PLL34100CU74AE1
PLL34120CU74AE1
1
Catalog numbers are for circuit breakers with lugs on line and load ends. Consult the product selector for catalog numbers for circuit breakers with alternate
terminations.
2
The L interrupting rating at 600 Vac is 25 kA.
3
250 A is not available as a four pole circuit breaker.
4
For 4P (available in G and K interrupting levels only), replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (PGL36040CU31A becomes
PGL46040CU31A).
5
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 45:
UL/IEC Rated, I-Line, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with Basic
Electronic Trip and Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Units
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number1
Trip Unit
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
Type2
250 A
400 A
600 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
Basic Electronic
Trip Unit
ET1.0I
—
—
PGA36060
PGA36080
PGA36100
PGA36120
2P3, 3P
—
—
PJA36060
PJA36080
PJA36100
PJA36120
Not
Interchangeable
Fixed
Long-time
—
—
PKA36060
PKA36080
PKA36100
PKA36120
PLA34120
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Standard Trip
Unit
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Ammeter Trip
Unit4
—
—
PLA34060
PLA34080
PLA34100
PGA36025U31A
PGA36040U31A
PGA36060U31A
PGA36080U31A
PGA36100U31A
PGA36120U31A
3.0 (LI)
PJA36025U31A
PJA36040U31A
PJA36060U31A
PJA36080U31A
PJA36100U31A
PJA36120U31A
3P
PKA36025U31A
PKA36040U31A
PKA36060U31A
PKA36080U31A
PKA36100U31A
PKA36120U31A
PLA34025U31A
PLA34040U31A
PLA34060U31A
PLA34080U31A
PLA34100U31A
PLA34120U31A
PGA36025U33A
PGA36040U33A
PGA36060U33A
PGA36080U33A
PGA36100U33A
PGA36120U33A
5.0 (LSI)
PJA36025U33A
PJA36040U33A
PJA36060U33A
PJA36080U33A
PJA36100U33A
PJA36120U33A
3P
PKA36025U33A
PKA36040U33A
PKA36060U33A
PKA36080U33A
PKA36100U33A
PKA36120U33A
PLA34025U33A
PLA34040U33A
PLA34060U33A
PLA34080U33A
PLA34100U33A
PLA34120U33A
PGA36025U41A
PGA36040U41A
PGA36060U41A
PGA36080U41A
PGA36100U41A
PGA36120U41A
3.0A (LI)
PJA36025U41A
PJA36040U41A
PJA36060U41A
PJA36080U41A
PJA36100U41A
PJA36120U41A
3P
PKA36025U41A
PKA36040U41A
PKA36060U41A
PKA36080U41A
PKA36100U41A
PKA36120U41A
PLA34025U41A
PLA34040U41A
PLA34060U41A
PLA34080U41A
PLA34100U41A
PLA34120U41A
PGA36025U43A
PGA36040U43A
PGA36060U43A
PGA36080U43A
PGA36100U43A
PGA36120U43A
5.0A (LSI)
PJA36025U43A
PJA36040U43A
PJA36060U43A
PJA36080U43A
PJA36100U43A
PJA36120U43A
3P
PKA36025U43A
PKA36040U43A
PKA36060U43A
PKA36080U43A
PKA36100U43A
PKA36120U43A
PLA34025U43A
PLA34040U43A
PLA34060U43A
PLA34080U43A
PLA34100U43A
PLA34120U43A
PGA36025U44A
PGA36040U44A
PGA36060U44A
PGA36080U44A
PGA36100U44A
PGA36120U44A
6.0A (LSIG)
PJA36025U44A
PJA36040U44A
PJA36060U44A
PJA36080U44A
PJA36100U44A
PJA36120U44A
3P
PKA36025U44A
PKA36040U44A
PKA36060U44A
PKA36080U44A
PKA36100U44A
PKA36120U44A
PLA34025U44A
PLA34040U44A
PLA34060U44A
PLA34080U44A
PLA34100U44A
PLA34120U44A
PGA36025U63AE1
PGA36040U63AE1
PGA36060U63AE1
PGA36080U63AE1
PGA36100U63AE1
PGA36120U63AE1
PJA36025U63AE1
PJA36040U63AE1
PJA36060U63AE1
PJA36080U63AE1
PJA36100U63AE1
PJA36120U63AE1
PKA36025U63AE1
PKA36040U63AE1
PKA36060U63AE1
PKA36080U63AE1
PKA36100U63AE1
PKA36120U63AE1
PLA34025U63AE1
PLA34040U63AE1
PLA34060U63AE1
PLA34080U63AE1
PLA34100U63AE1
PLA34120U63AE1
PGA36025U64AE1
PGA36040U64AE1
PGA36060U64AE1
PGA36080U64AE1
PGA36100U64AE1
PGA36120U64AE1
PJA36025U64AE1
PJA36040U64AE1
PJA36060U64AE1
PJA36080U64AE1
PJA36100U64AE1
PJA36120U64AE1
PKA36025U64AE1
PKA36040U64AE1
PKA36060U64AE1
PKA36080U64AE1
PKA36100U64AE1
PKA36120U64AE1
PLA34025U64AE1
PLA34040U64AE1
PLA34060U64AE1
PLA34080U64AE1
PLA34100U64AE1
PLA34120U64AE1
PGA36025U73AE1
PGA36040U73AE1
PGA36060U73AE1
PGA36080U73AE1
PGA36100U73AE1
PGA36120U73AE1
PJA36025U73AE1
PJA36040U73AE1
PJA36060U73AE1
PJA36080U73AE1
PJA36100U73AE1
PJA36120U73AE1
PKA36025U73AE1
PKA36040U73AE1
PKA36060U73AE1
PKA36080U73AE1
PKA36100U73AE1
PKA36120U73AE1
PLA34025U73AE1
PLA34040U73AE1
PLA34060U73AE1
PLA34080U73AE1
PLA34100U73AE1
PLA34120U73AE1
PGA36025U74AE1
PGA36040U74AE1
PGA36060U74AE1
PGA36080U74AE1
PGA36100U74AE1
PGA36120U74AE1
PJA36025U74AE1
PJA36040U74AE1
PJA36060U74AE1
PJA36080U74AE1
PJA36100U74AE1
PJA36120U74AE1
PKA36025U74AE1
PKA36040U74AE1
PKA36060U74AE1
PKA36080U74AE1
PKA36100U74AE1
PKA36120U74AE1
PLA34025U74AE1
PLA34040U74AE1
PLA34060U74AE1
PLA34080U74AE1
PLA34100U74AE1
PLA34120U74AE1
5.0P (LSI)
3P
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Power Trip Unit
with Modbus®
Communications 6.0P (LSIG)
3P
5.0H (LSI)
Micrologic
3P
Interchangeable
Harmonic Trip
Unit with
Modbus
Communications 6.0H (LSIG)
3P
1
The L interrupting rating at 600 Vac is 25 kA.
2
For 3P, no suffix is for ABC phasing (standard offer), or use 6 for CBA phasing (option).
3
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (PGA36025 becomes PGA26025). Add the suffix 2 for AC phasing (standard offer),
or use 5 for CA phasing (option).
4
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 46:
UL/IEC Rated, I-Line, Manually-Operated, 100%-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with Micrologic™
Electronic Trip Units
Circuit Breaker1
Trip Unit,
Interchangeable
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
Type2
250 A
400 A
600 A
800 A
PGA36025CU31A
PGA36040CU31A
PGA36060CU31A
PGA36080CU31A
3.0 (LI)
PJA36025CU31A
PJA36040CU31A
PJA36060CU31A
PJA36080CU31A
3P
PKA36025CU31A
PKA36040CU31A
PKA36060CU31A
PKA36080CU31A
PLA34025CU31A
PLA34040CU31A
PLA34060CU31A
PLA34080CU31A
PGA36025CU33A
PGA36040CU33A
PGA36060CU33A
PGA36080CU33A
5.0 (LSI)
PJA36025CU33A
PJA36040CU33A
PJA36060CU33A
PJA36080CU33A
3P
PKA36025CU33A
PKA36040CU33A
PKA36060CU33A
PKA36080CU33A
PLA34025CU33A
PLA34040CU33A
PLA34060CU33A
PLA34080CU33A
PGA36025CU41A
PGA36040CU41A
PGA36060CU41A
PGA36080CU41A
3.0A (LI)
PJA36025CU41A
PJA36040CU41A
PJA36060CU41A
PJA36080CU41A
3P
PKA36025CU41A
PKA36040CU41A
PKA36060CU41A
PKA36080CU41A
PLA34025CU41A
PLA34040CU41A
PLA34060CU41A
PLA34080CU41A
PGA36025CU43A
PGA36040CU43A
PGA36060CU43A
PGA36080CU43A
5.0A (LSI)
PJA36025CU43A
PJA36040CU43A
PJA36060CU43A
PJA36080CU43A
3P
PKA36025CU43A
PKA36040CU43A
PKA36060CU43A
PKA36080CU43A
PLA34025CU43A
PLA34040CU43A
PLA34060CU43A
PLA34080CU43A
PGA36025CU44A
PGA36040CU44A
PGA36060CU44A
PGA36080CU44A
6.0A (LSIG)
PJA36025CU44A
PJA36040CU44A
PJA36060CU44A
PJA36080CU44A
3P
PKA36025CU44A
PKA36040CU44A
PKA36060CU44A
PKA36080CU44A
PLA34025CU44A
PLA34040CU44A
PLA34060CU44A
PLA34080CU44A
PGA36025CU63AE1
PGA36040CU63AE1
PGA36060CU63AE1
PGA36080CU63AE1
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Standard Trip Unit
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Ammeter Trip Unit3
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Power Trip Unit with
Modbus®
Communications
Micrologic
Interchangeable
Harmonic Trip Unit
with Modbus
Communications
5.0P (LSI)
PJA36025CU63AE1
PJA36040CU63AE1
PJA36060CU63AE1
PJA36080CU63AE1
3P
PKA36025CU63AE1
PKA36040CU63AE1
PKA36060CU63AE1
PKA36080CU63AE1
PLA34025CU63AE1
PLA34040CU63AE1
PLA34060CU63AE1
PLA34080CU63AE1
PGA36025CU64AE1
PGA36040CU64AE1
PGA36060CU64AE1
PGA36080CU64AE1
6.0P (LSIG)
PJA36025CU64AE1
PJA36040CU64AE1
PJA36060CU64AE1
PJA36080CU64AE1
3P
PKA36025CU64AE1
PKA36040CU64AE1
PKA36060CU64AE1
PKA36080CU64AE1
PLA34025CU64AE1
PLA34040CU64AE1
PLA34060CU64AE1
PLA34080CU64AE1
PGA36025CU73AE1
PGA36040CU73AE1
PGA36060CU73AE1
PGA36080CU73AE1
5.0H (LSI)
PJA36025CU73AE1
PJA36040CU73AE1
PJA36060CU73AE1
PJA36080CU73AE1
3P
PKA36025CU73AE1
PKA36040CU73AE1
PKA36060CU73AE1
PKA36080CU73AE1
PLA34025CU73AE1
PLA34040CU73AE1
PLA34060CU73AE1
PLA34080CU73AE1
PGA36025CU74AE1
PGA36040CU74AE1
PGA36060CU74AE1
PGA36080CU74AE1
6.0H (LSIG)
PJA36025CU74AE1
PJA36040CU74AE1
PJA36060CU74AE1
PJA36080CU74AE1
3P
PKA36025CU74AE1
PKA36040CU74AE1
PKA36060CU74AE1
PKA36080CU74AE1
PLA34025CU74AE1
PLA34040CU74AE1
PLA34060CU74AE1
PLA34080CU74AE1
1
The L interrupting rating at 600 Vac is 25 kA.
2
No suffix is for ABC phasing (standard offer), or use 6 for CBA phasing (option).
3
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
Table 47:
P-Frame Termination Options
F = No Lugs (Includes terminal nut kit on both ends)
L = Lugs both ends
M = Lugs I/ON end, terminal nut kit O/OFF end
P = Lugs O/OFF end, terminal nut kit I/ON end
D = Drawout
A = I-Line
For factory-installed termination, place
termination letter in the third block of
the circuit breaker catalog number.
Table 48:
Voltage
P-Frame Interrupting Rating
G
J
K
L
240 Vac
65 kA
100 kA
65 kA
125 kA
480 Vac
35 kA
65 kA
50 kA
100 kA
600 Vac
18 kA
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
PGL36040U41A
Termination Letter
P-Frame Interrupting Ratings
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Continuous Current Rating
All circuit breakers marked as 100% rated can be continuously loaded to 100% of their rating.
Because of additional heat generated when applying circuit breakers at 100% of continuous current rating,
the use of specially-designed enclosures and 90°C (194°F) wire is required. The 90°C (194°F) wire must be
sized according to the ampacity of the 75°C (167°F) wire column in the NEC. Minimum enclosure size and
ventilation specifications are indicated on the circuit breaker and in it’s instruction bulletin and in Table 5 on
page 11.
Circuit breakers with 100% rating can also be used in applications requiring only 80% continuous loading.
Interrupting Ratings
Table 49:
Interrupting Ratings
Ampere Rating (A)
Interrupting Ratings
IEC 60947-2
Mounting
Circuit Basic
Breaker Electronic
Trip Units
UL/CSA/NMX
Micrologic
™ Trip Units
PG
Individually- PJ
Mounted
PK
I-Line™
250, 400, 600,
800, 1000,
1200
380/415 Vac
240
Vac
480
Vac
600
Vac
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
65 kA
35 kA
18 kA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
PL
125 kA
100 kA
25 kA1
125 kA
65 kA
85 kA
45kA
PG
65 kA
35 kA
18 kA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
PJ
PK
PL
1
600, 800,
1000, 1200
240 Vac
600, 800,
1000, 1200
250, 400, 600,
800, 1000,
1200
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
25 kA
50 kA
25 kA
125 kA
100 kA
25 kA1
125 kA
65 kA
85 kA
45 kA
Non-standard AIR.
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Automatic Molded Case Switches1
Automatic molded case switches are available in individually-mounted and I-Line constructions from
600–1200 A. Automatic switches are similar in construction to electronic trip circuit breakers except
that long-time tripping is not present. The switches open instantaneously at a non-adjustable magnetic
trip point calibrated to protect only the molded case switch itself. They must be used in conjunction with
a circuit breaker or fuse of equivalent rating.
Table 50:
Automatic Switch Information
Circuit
Breaker
Ampere
Rating
PJ
2P1, 3P
1000
Withstand Rating
Voltage
Rating
Catalog
Number
600
600 Vac
PJL36000S60
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
10 kA
800
600 Vac
PJL36000S80
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
10 kA
600 Vac
PJL36000S10
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
10 kA
240 Vac
480 Vac
600 Vac
Trip Point
(±10%)
1200
600 Vac
PJL36000S12
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
10 kA
600
600 Vac
PKL36000S60
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
24 kA
PK
800
600 Vac
PKL36000S80
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
24 kA
2P, 3P, 4P2
1000
600 Vac
PKL36000S10
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
24 kA
1200
600 Vac
PKL36000S12
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
24 kA
600
480 Vac
PLL34000S60
125 kA
100 kA
—
10 kA
PL
800
480 Vac
PLL34000S80
125 kA
100 kA
—
10 kA
2P, 3P
1000
480 Vac
PLL34000S10
125 kA
100 kA
—
10 kA
1200
480 Vac
PLL34000S12
125 kA
100 kA
—
10 kA
1
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (PJL36000S60 becomes PJL26000S60). Add the
suffix 2 for AC phasing (standard offer), or use 5 for CA phasing (option).
2
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (PKL36000S60 becomes PKL46000S60).
1
Catalog numbers for automatic switches are designated by “000” in positions 7–9 (ampere rating) and S60, S80, S10, or S12 in
positions 11–14 (trip system). See Table 10.
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Motor Circuit Protectors2
Motor circuit protectors are similar in construction to thermal-magnetic circuit breakers, but have only
instantaneous trip functions provided by the ET1.0M trip unit. These motor circuit protectors comply
with NEC requirements for providing short-circuit protection when installed as part of a listed
combination controller having motor overload protection. Interrupting ratings are determined by testing
the motor circuit protector in combination with a contactor and overload relay.
Motor circuit protectors are available in PJ and PL individually-mounted and I-Line™ construction.
According to the NEC, the instantaneous trip of the motor circuit protector may be set to a maximum of
8 to 17 times motor Full Load Amps (FLA), but a setting as close as possible to inrush current (without
nuisance tripping) results in the best protection. The instantaneous trip pickup level is adjustable within
the ranges shown below.
Table 51:
Motor Circuit Protector Trip Range
Ampere
Rating
Adjustable Trip
Range
600 A
800 A
Catalog Number
J-Interrupting—600 Vac
L-Interrupting—480 Vac
1200–10,000 A
PJL36060M68
PLL34060M68
1200–10,000 A
PJL36080M68
PLL34080M68
1000 A
1500–10,000 A
PJL36100M69
PLL34100M69
1200 A
1800–10,000 A
PJL36120M70
PLL34120M70
NOTE: Continuous currents larger than the ampere rating can damage the motor circuit protector.
Select motor circuit protectors as follows:
1. Determine motor horsepower (hp) rating from the motor nameplate. The selection table is suitable
for motors with locked-rotor indicating code letters per NEC Table 430-7 (b) as follows:
Horsepower
Motor Code Letters
30–150
A–G
150 or More
A–F
For other motors contact the field office.
2. Select a motor circuit protector with an ampere rating recommended for the hp and voltage
involved.
3. Select an adjustable trip setting of at least 800% but not to exceed 1300% (1700% for highefficiency motors) of the motor full load amperes (FLA).
4. The NEC 1300% maximum setting (1700% for high-efficiency motors) may be inadequate for
motor circuit protectors to withstand current surges typical of the magnetization current of autotransformer type reduced voltage starters or open transition wye-delta starters during transfer from
“start” to “run,” constant hp multi-speed motors and motors labeled “high efficiency”.
5. Part-winding motors, per NEC 430-3, should have two motor circuit protectors selected from the
above at not more than one-half the allowable trip setting for the horsepower rating. The two circuit
protectors should operate simultaneously as a disconnecting means per NEC 430-103.
2
Catalog numbers for motor circuit protectors are designated by M68, M69, or M70 in positions 11–14 (trip system). See Table 10.
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Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers
Electrically-operated P-frame circuit breakers are available in I-Line and unit-mount construction up to
1200 A and are denoted in the catalog number by an “M_” suffix. These come equipped with a twostep stored energy mechanism and come standard with a motor assembly. These are available
factory-installed only.
Motor assemblies provide on and off control from remote locations. The assemblies contain a springcharging motor (MCH), a shunt trip (MX) and a shunt close (XF) and are available in standard or
communicating versions. An SDE overcurrent trip switch is also included for trip indication. When
remote indication of the circuit breaker status is required, use of a circuit breaker with an OF auxiliary
switch for on-off indication. See Table 75 on page 106 for details.
Table 52:
Motors Assembly Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Voltage Type
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Vac 50/60 Hz
48, 100–130, 220–240, 380–415
Vdc
24–30, 48–60, 110–130, 200–250
Termination Information
Unit-mount circuit breakers and switches have mechanical lugs standard on both ends. I-Line circuit
breakers have lugs standard on the O/OFF end. These lugs accept aluminum or copper wire.
Manually-operated P-frame circuit breakers are also available in drawout construction. See Table 92
on page 115 for more lug options.
Control Wiring
Control wiring for unit-mount and I-Line construction is connected to terminals located under the circuit
breaker accessory cover. Control wiring for drawout construction is connected to terminals located on
the cradle.
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Tripped
92
94
32
34
A
82
84
D2
C2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z1
Z2
VN
V1
V2
V3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Fault
Closed
Downstream
Open
Upstream
N A B C
Alarm Contacts
Remote Operation
Trip Unit
12
14
Power
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams for Manually-Operated Circuit Breakers
22
24
Figure 7:
MX
MN
OF3
OF2
OF1
SDE
SD
Trip Unit
or
91
81
11
21
31
C1
D
24 V
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker in open position.
T1
T2
T3
T4
C
D1
F2+
T1/M3
T2
T3
T4/F1-
M1
M2
B
A–Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B–Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C–For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instruction Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D–24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
Trip Unit Type
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
24 Vdc
- +
M1 M2 M3
F1 F2
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5
T1 T2 T3 T4
MN/MX
OF1
D1/C1
C3
OF2
11 12 14
Basic A P H Connector
Description
—
Circuit breaker communication module
•
•
•
Com: E1-E6
E1 = +24 Vdc
21 22 24
E2 = Common
D2/C2
VN
OF3
SD
E3 = A/Tx- D0
31 32 34
E4 = B/Tx+ D1
E5 = A/Rx- D0
91 92 94
E6 = B/Rx+ D1
—
•
•
•
Z
V1
Z2 = ZSI OUT
V2
V3
Zone-selective interlocking (ZSI)
Z1 = ZSI OUT signal
Z3 = ZSI IN signal
81
Z4 = ZSI IN short-time delay
82
Z5 = ZSI IN ground fault
84
SDE
—
•
•
•
T
External neutral sensor
24 Vdc external power supply
Connector
Recommended Wire Size
—
•
•
•
F
V1, V2, V3, Vn
22–16 AWG (0.3–1.5 mm2)
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) MIN shielded pair cable or
twisted pair copper wires
—
—
•
•
Vn1
External neutral voltage takeoff
—
—
•
•
V1, V2, V3
External phase voltage takeoff
T
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) stranded shielded cable
—
—
•
•
M6C2: Q1, Q2, Q3
6 programmable contacts
24 Vdc external power supply required
M
Function
E1–E2
Connector
Description
OF, SD, SDE
Refer to MDGF instructions
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) shielded twisted pairs with drain
(Belden 8723 or equal)3
18–16 AWG (0.8–1.5 mm2)
SD
Open/Closed circuit breaker or switch
position contacts
Bell alarm
MN, MX
18–14 AWG (0.8–2.5 mm2)
SDE
Electrical fault alarm contact
F
Size per aux 24 Vdc power supply
MN
Undervoltage trip device
Z1–Z5
22–18 AWG (0.3–0.8 mm2)
MX
Shunt trip
E3–E6, Q1, Q2, Q3
1
Neutral voltage supplied with flying leads.
2
Optional M6C programmable contacts are supplied with flying leads.
OF
Auxiliary Contacts
Remote Operation
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Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams for Electrically-operated Circuit Breakers
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z1
Z2
Close
82
84
B4
Motor Mechanism
Module
MX
MN
A2
A4
A
32
34
C2
D2
VN
V1
V2
V3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Open
Fault
Downstream
Closed
Alarm Contacts
Open
Upstream
N A B C
Remote Operation
12
14
Trip Unit
22
24
Figure 8:
Power
OF3
Trip Unit
OF2
OF1
SDE
E
or
T1
T2
T3
T4
81
11
21
31
D
A1
24 V
C
C1
D1
F2+
T1/M3
T2
T3
T4/F1-
M1
M2
B
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker in open position.
A–Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B–Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C–For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instruction Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D–24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
E–Motor mechanism includes opening and closing coils.
Trip Unit Type
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
24 Vdc
- +
M1 M2 M3
F1 F2
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5
T1 T2 T3 T4
MN/MX
Basic A
P
H
Connector Description
–
•
•
Com: E1-E6 Circuit breaker communication module
•
D1/C1
E1 = +24 Vdc
D2/C2
E2 = Common
E3 = A/Tx- D0
VN, V1, V2, V3
E4 = B/Tx+ D1
E5 = A/Rx- D0
SDE OF3 OF2 OF1
81
31
21
11
82
32
22
12
84
34
24
14
E6 = B/Rx+ D1
–
•
•
•
Z
Zone-selective interlocking (ZSI)
Z1 = ZSI OUT signal
Z2 = ZSI OUT
Z3 = ZSI IN signal
Z4 = ZSI IN short-time delay
Z5 = ZSI IN ground fault
B4 A4 A2 A1
–
•
•
•
T
External neutral sensor
–
•
•
•
F
24 Vdc external power supply
External voltage takeoff
–
–
•
•
Vn1
–
–
•
•
V1, V2, V31
External phase voltage takeoff
•
M6C1:
Q1, Q2, Q3
6 programmable contacts
24 Vdc external power supply required
Connector
Recommended Wire Size
E1–E2
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) MIN shielded pair cable or
twisted pair copper wires
–
V1, V2, V3, Vn
22–16 AWG (0.3–1.5 mm2)
Function
T
22 AWG (0.3
mm2)
M
OF, SD, SDE
18–16 AWG (0.8–1.5 mm2)
MN, MX
18–14 AWG (0.8–2.5 mm2)
F
Size per aux 24 Vdc power supply
Z1–Z5
22–18 AWG (0.3–0.8 mm2)
1
•
Connector Description
stranded shielded cable
mm2)
22 AWG (0.3
shielded twisted pairs with drain
(Belden 8723 or equal)3
Refer to MDGF instructions
E3–E6, Q1, Q2, Q3
–
OF
Open/Closed circuit breaker or switch position
contacts
SDE
Electrical fault alarm contact
Auxiliary Contacts
Remote Operation
Motor Mech Module
MN
Undervoltage trip device
MX
Shunt trip
A4
Electrical opening
A2
Electrical closing
B4, A1
Power supply for control devices and gear motor
Optional M6C and external voltage takeoff are supplied with flying leads.
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Section 6—PowerPact R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Performance
Providing unparalleled performance and control, the R-frame circuit breakers features the exclusive
Micrologic electronic trip units, which allow for a range of sophisticated applications for metering and
monitoring. In addition, trip units can be interchanged in the field to allow for maximum flexibility.
The compact size and smaller footprint of the R-frame circuit breaker permits higher density
installations using I-Line panelboards and switchboards. These circuit breakers are available in 100%
rated construction up to 3000 A to meet a broad range of commercial and industrial application needs.
•
Both standard and 100% rated construction circuit breakers are available in 3000 A with a sensor
size range of 600–3000 A.
•
Interrupting ratings (AIR):
R-Frame Unit-Mount
Voltage
G
J
K
L
240 Vac
65 kA
100 kA
65 kA
125 kA
480 Vac
35 kA
65 kA
65 kA
100 kA
600 Vac
18 kA
25 kA
65 kA
50 kA
•
The K interrupting rating is recommended for applications having high inrush and/or non-linear
loads such as large motors, transformers, motors with soft starts, etc.
•
Compact circuit breaker size allows for smaller footprint installations using I-Line panelboards and
switchboards. Fifteen-inch width provides increased density installation.
•
•
Most field-installable accessories are common to all frame sizes for easier stocking and installation
•
•
Compatible with Powerlogic systems and high amperage power circuit breakers.
•
Connection options include bus, cable or I-Line for installation flexibility.
R-Frame I-Line
Selection of four interchangeable Micrologic trip units available, with Powerlogic power metering
and monitoring capabilities available in advanced trip units.
Built-in Modbus protocol provides an open communications platform and eliminates the need to
purchase additional, proprietary network solutions.
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Catalog Numbers
Table 53:
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip
Circuit Breakers with Basic Electronic Trip and Micrologic™ Electronic Trip
Units—600A to 1200A
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number
Trip Unit
Type
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
600 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
Basic Electronic Trip Unit Not interchangeable
ET1.0I
2P1,
3P
Fixed Long-time
RGF36060
RGF36080
RGF36100
RGF36120
RJF36060
RJF36080
RJF36100
RJF36120
RKF36060
RKF36080
RKF36100
RKF36120
RLF36060
RLF36080
RLF36100
RLF36120
RGF36120U31A
Micrologic Interchangeable Standard Trip Unit
3.0
(LI)
3P, 4P2
5.0
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36060U31A
RGF36080U31A
RGF36100U31A
RJF36060U31A
RJF36080U31A
RJF36100U31A
RJF36120U31A
RKF36060U31A
RKF36080U31A
RKF36100U31A
RKF36120U31A
RLF36060U31A
RLF36080U31A
RLF36100U31A
RLF36120U31A
RGF36060U33A
RGF36080U33A
RGF36100U33A
RGF36120U33A
RJF36060U33A
RJF36080U33A
RJF36100U33A
RJF36120U33A
RKF36060U33A
RKF36080U33A
RKF36100U33A
RKF36120U33A
RLF36060U33A
RLF36080U33A
RLF36100U33A
RLF36120U33A
RGF36120U41A
Micrologic Interchangeable Ammeter Trip Unit3
RGF36060U41A
RGF36080U41A
RGF36100U41A
RJF36060U41A
RJF36080U41A
RJF36100U41A
RJF36120U41A
RKF36060U41A
RKF36080U41A
RKF36100U41A
RKF36120U41A
RLF36060U41A
RLF36080U41A
RLF36100U41A
RLF36120U41A
RGF36060U43A
RGF36080U43A
RGF36100U43A
RGF36120U43A
RJF36060U43A
RJF36080U43A
RJF36100U43A
RJF36120U43A
RKF36060U43A
RKF36080U43A
RKF36100U43A
RKF36120U43A
RLF36060U43A
RLF36080U43A
RLF36100U43A
RLF36120U43A
RGF36060U44A
RGF36080U44A
RGF36100U44A
RGF36120U44A
6.0A (LSIG)
RJF36060U44A
RJF36080U44A
RJF36100U44A
RJF36120U44A
3P, 4P2
RKF36060U44A
RKF36080U44A
RKF36100U44A
RKF36120U44A
RLF36060U44A
RLF36080U44A
RLF36100U44A
RLF36120U44A
3.0A
(LI)
3P, 4P2
5.0A
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
Micrologic Interchangeable Power Trip Unit with Modbus® Communications
RGF36060U63AE1
RGF36080U63AE1
RGF36100U63AE1
RJF36060U63AE1
RJF36080U63AE1
RJF36100U63AE1
RJF36120U63AE1
RKF36060U63AE1
RKF36080U63AE1
RKF36100U63AE1
RKF36120U63AE1
RLF36060U63AE1
RLF36080U63AE1
RLF36100U63AE1
RLF36120U63AE1
RGF36060U64AE1
RGF36080U64AE1
RGF36100U64AE1
RGF36120U64AE1
6.0P (LSIG)
RJF36060U64AE1
RJF36080U64AE1
RJF36100U64AE1
RJF36120U64AE1
3P, 4P2
RKF36060U64AE1
RKF36080U64AE1
RKF36100U64AE1
RKF36120U64AE1
RLF36060U64AE1
RLF36080U64AE1
RLF36100U64AE1
RLF36120U64AE1
5.0P
(LSI)
3P,
4P2
RGF36120U63AE1
Micrologic Interchangeable Harmonic Trip Unit with Modbus Communications
RGF36060U73AE1
RGF36080U73AE1
RGF36100U73AE1
RJF36060U73AE1
RJF36080U73AE1
RJF36100U73AE1
RJF36120U73AE1
RKF36060U73AE1
RKF36080U73AE1
RKF36100U73AE1
RKF36120U73AE1
RLF36060U73AE1
RLF36080U73AE1
RLF36100U73AE1
RLF36120U73AE1
RGF36060U74AE1
RGF36080U74AE1
RGF36100U74AE1
RGF36120U74AE1
6.0H (LSIG)
RJF36060U74AE1
RJF36080U74AE1
RJF36100U74AE1
RJF36120U74AE1
3P, 4P2
RKF36060U74AE1
RKF36080U74AE1
RKF36100U74AE1
RKF36120U74AE1
RLF36060U74AE1
RLF36080U74AE1
RLF36100U74AE1
RLF36120U74AE1
5.0H
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36120U73AE1
1
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (RGF36060 becomes RGF26060.)
2
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (RPF36060U31A becomes RGF46060U31A).
3
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 54:
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, Standard-Rated Electronic Trip
Circuit Breakers with Basic Electronic Trip and Micrologic™ Electronic Trip
Units—1600A to 3000A
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number
Trip Unit
Type
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
Basic Electronic Trip Unit Not interchangeable
ET1.0I
2P1, 3P
Fixed Long-time
RGF36160
RGF36200
RGF36250
—
RJF36160
RJF36200
RJF36250
—
RKF36160
RKF36200
RKF36250
—
RLF36160
RLF36200
RLF36250
—
Micrologic Interchangeable Standard Trip Unit
3.0
(LI)
3P, 4P2
5.0
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36160U31A
RGF36200U31A
RGF36250U31A
RGF36300U31A
RJF36160U31A
RJF36200U31A
RJF36250U31A
RJF36300U31A
RKF36160U31A
RKF36200U31A
RKF36250U31A
RKF36300U31A
RLF36160U31A
RLF36200U31A
RLF36250U31A
RLF36300U31A
RGF36160U33A
RGF36200U33A
RGF36250U33A
RGF36300U33A
RJF36160U33A
RJF36200U33A
RJF36250U33A
RJF36300U33A
RKF36160U33A
RKF36200U33A
RKF36250U33A
RKF36300U33A
RLF36160U33A
RLF36200U33A
RLF36250U33A
RLF36300U33A
Micrologic Interchangeable Ammeter Trip Unit3
3.0A
(LI)
3P, 4P2
5.0A
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36160U41A
RGF36200U41A
RGF36250U41A
RGF36300U41A
RJF36160U41A
RJF36200U41A
RJF36250U41A
RJF36300U41A
RKF36160U41A
RKF36200U41A
RKF36250U41A
RKF36300U41A
RLF36160U41A
RLF36200U41A
RLF36250U41A
RLF36300U41A
RGF36160U43A
RGF36200U43A
RGF36250U43A
RGF36300U43A
RJF36160U43A
RJF36200U43A
RJF36250U43A
RJF36300U43A
RKF36160U43A
RKF36200U43A
RKF36250U43A
RKF36300U43A
RLF36160U43A
RLF36200U43A
RLF36250U43A
RLF36300U43A
RGF36160U44A
RGF36200U44A
RGF36250U44A
RGF36300U44A
6.0A (LSIG)
RJF36160U44A
RJF36200U44A
RJF36250U44A
RJF36300U44A
3P, 4P2
RKF36160U44A
RKF36200U44A
RKF36250U44A
RKF36300U44A
RLF36160U44A
RLF36200U44A
RLF36250U44A
RLF36300U44A
Micrologic Interchangeable Power Trip Unit with Modbus® Communications
5.0P
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36160U63AE1
RGF36200U63AE1
RGF36250U63AE1
RGF36300U63AE1
RJF36160U63AE1
RJF36200U63AE1
RJF36250U63AE1
RJF36300U63AE1
RKF36160U63AE1
RKF36200U63AE1
RKF36250U63AE1
RKF36300U63AE1
RLF36160U63AE1
RLF36200U63AE1
RLF36250U63AE1
RLF36300U63AE1
RGF36160U64AE1
RGF36200U64AE1
RGF36250U64AE1
RGF36300U64AE1
6.0P (LSIG)
RJF36160U64AE1
RJF36200U64AE1
RJF36250U64AE1
RJF36300U64AE1
3P, 4P2
RKF36160U64AE1
RKF36200U64AE1
RKF36250U64AE1
RKF36300U64AE1
RLF36160U64AE1
RLF36200U64AE1
RLF36250U64AE1
RLF36200U64AE1
Micrologic Interchangeable Harmonic Trip Unit with Modbus Communications
RGF36160U73AE1
RGF36200U73AE1
RGF36250U73AE1
RJF36160U73AE1
RJF363200U73AE1
RJF36250U73AE1
RJF36300U73AE1
RKF36160U73AE1
RKF363200U73AE1
RKF36250U73AE1
RKF36300U73AE1
RLF36160U73AE1
RLF36200U73AE1
RLF36250U73AE1
RLF36300U73AE1
RGF36160U74AE1
RGF36200U74AE1
RGF36250U74AE1
RGF36300U74AE1
6.0H (LSIG)
RJF36160U74AE1
RJF36200U74AE1
RJF36250U74AE1
RJF36300U74AE1
3P, 4P2
RKF36160U74AE1
RKF36200U74AE1
RKF36250U74AE1
RKF36300U74AE1
RLF36160U74AE1
RLF36200U74AE1
RLF36250U74AE1
RLF36300U74AE1
5.0H
(LSI)
3P, 4P2
RGF36300U73AE1
1
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (RGF36060 becomes RGF26060.)
2
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (RPF36060U31A becomes RGF46060U31A).
3
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 55:
Trip
Unit
Type
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, 100%-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit
Breakers with Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Units—600 A to 1200 A
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number1
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
600 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
RGF36120CU31A
Micrologic Standard Trip Unit Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36060CU31A
RGF36080CU31A
RGF36100CU31A
3.0
RJF36060CU31A
RJF36080CU31A
RJF36100CU31A
RJF36120CU31A
(LI)
RKF36060CU31A
RKF36080CU31A
RKF36100CU31A
RKF36120CU31A
RLF36060CU31A
RLF36080CU31A
RLF36100CU31A
RLF36120CU31A
RGF36060CU33A
RGF36080CU33A
RGF36100CU33A
RGF36120CU33A
5.0
RJF36060CU33A
RJF36080CU33A
RJF36100CU33A
RJF36120CU33A
(LSI)
RKF36060CU33A
RKF36080CU33A
RKF36100CU33A
RKF36120CU33A
RLF36060CU33A
RLF36080CU33A
RLF36100CU33A
RLF36120CU33A
RGF36120CU41A
Micrologic Ammeter Trip Unit2 Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36060CU41A
RGF36080CU41A
RGF36100CU41A
3.0A
RJF36060CU41A
RJF36080CU41A
RJF36100CU41A
RJF36120CU41A
(LI)
RKF36060CU41A
RKF36080CU41A
RKF36100CU41A
RKF36120CU41A
RLF36060CU41A
RLF36080CU41A
RLF36100CU41A
RLF36120CU41A
RGF36060CU43A
RGF36080CU43A
RGF36100CU43A
RGF36120CU43A
5.0A
RJF36060CU43A
RJF36080CU43A
RJF36100CU43A
RJF36120CU43A
(LSI)
RKF36060CU43A
RKF36080CU43A
RKF36100CU43A
RKF36120CU43A
6.0A
(LSIG)
RLF36060CU43A
RLF36080CU43A
RLF36100CU43A
RLF36120CU43A
RGF36060CU44A
RGF36080CU44A
RGF36100CU44A
RGF36120CU44A
RJF36060CU44A
RJF36080CU44A
RJF36100CU44A
RJF36120CU44A
RKF36060CU44A
RKF36080CU44A
RKF36100CU44A
RKF36120CU44A
RLF36060CU44A
RLF36080CU44A
RLF36100CU44A
RLF36120CU44A
Micrologic Power Trip Unit with Modbus® Communications Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36060CU63AE1
RGF36080CU63AE1
RGF36100CU63AE1
5.0P
RJF36060CU63AE1
RJF36080CU63AE1
RJF36100CU63AE1
RJF36120CU63AE1
(LSI)
RKF36060CU63AE1
RKF36080CU63AE1
RKF36100CU63AE1
RKF36120CU63AE1
6.0P
(LSIG)
RGF36120CU63AE1
RLF36060CU63AE1
RLF36080CU63AE1
RLF36100CU63AE1
RLF36120CU63AE1
RGF36060CU64AE1
RGF36080CU64AE1
RGF36100CU64AE1
RGF36120CU64AE1
RJF36060CU64AE1
RJF36080CU64AE1
RJF36100CU64AE1
RJF36120CU64AE1
RKF36060CU64AE1
RKF36080CU64AE1
RKF36100CU64AE1
RKF36120CU64AE1
RLF36060CU64AE1
RLF36080CU64AE1
RLF36100CU64AE1
RLF36120CU64AE1
Micrologic Harmonic Trip Unit with Modbus Communications Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36060CU73AE1
RGF36080CU73AE1
RGF36100CU73AE1
5.0H
RJF36060CU73AE1
RJF36080CU73AE1
RJF36100CU73AE1
RJF36120CU73AE1
(LSI)
RKF36060CU73AE1
RKF36080CU73AE1
RKF36100CU73AE1
RKF36120CU73AE1
6.0H
(LSIG)
RGF36120CU73AE1
RLF36060CU73AE1
RLF36080CU73AE1
RLF36100CU73AE1
RLF36120CU73AE1
RGF36060CU74AE1
RGF36080CU74AE1
RGF36100CU74AE1
RGF36120CU74AE1
RJF36060CU74AE1
RJF36080CU74AE1
RJF36100CU74AE1
RJF36120CU74AE1
RKF36060CU74AE1
RKF36080CU74AE1
RKF36100CU74AE1
RKF36120CU74AE1
RLF36060CU74AE1
RLF36080CU74AE1
RLF36100CU74AE1
RLF36120CU74AE1
1
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (RPF36060CU31A becomes RGF46060CU31A).
2
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 56:
Trip
Unit
Type
UL/IEC Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, 100%-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit
Breakers with Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Units—1600 A to 3000 A
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number1
Current Rating (Sensor Rating)
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
Micrologic Standard Trip Unit Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36160CU31A
RGF36200CU31A
RGF36250CU31A
RGF36300CU31A
3.0
RJF36160CU31A
RJF36200CU31A
RJF36250CU31A
RJF36300CU31A
(LI)
RKF36160CU31A
RKF36200CU31A
RKF36250CU31A
RKF36300CU31A
RLF36160CU31A
RLF36200CU31A
RLF36250CU31A
RLF36300CU31A
RGF36160CU33A
RGF36200CU33A
RGF36250CU33A
RGF36300CU33A
5.0
RJF36160CU33A
RJF36200CU33A
RJF36250CU33A
RJF36300CU33A
(LSI)
RKF36160CU33A
RKF36200CU33A
RKF36250CU33A
RKF36300CU33A
RLF36160CU33A
RLF36200CU33A
RLF36250CU33A
RLF36300CU33A
Micrologic Ammeter Trip Unit2 Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36160CU41A
RGF36200CU41A
RGF36250CU41A
RGF36300CU41A
3.0A
RJF36160CU41A
RJF36200CU41A
RJF36250CU41A
RJF36300CU41A
(LI)
RKF36160CU41A
RKF36200CU41A
RKF36250CU41A
RKF36300CU41A
RLF36160CU41A
RLF36200CU41A
RLF36250CU41A
RLF36300CU41A
RGF36160CU43A
RGF36200CU43A
RGF36250CU43A
RGF36300CU43A
5.0A
RJF36160CU43A
RJF36200CU43A
RJF36250CU43A
RJF36300CU43A
(LSI)
RKF36160CU43A
RKF36200CU43A
RKF36250CU43A
RKF36300CU43A
RLF36160CU43A
RLF36200CU43A
RLF36250CU43A
RLF36300CU43A
RGF36160CU44A
RGF36200CU44A
RGF36250CU44A
RGF36300CU44A
RJF36160CU44A
RJF36200CU44A
RJF36250CU44A
RJF36300CU44A
RKF36160CU44A
RKF36200CU44A
RKF36250CU44A
RKF36300CU44A
RLF36160CU44A
RLF36200CU44A
RLF36250CU44A
RLF36300CU44A
6.0A
(LSIG)
Micrologic Power Trip Unit with Modbus® Communications Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36160CU63AE1
RGF36200CU63AE1
RGF36250CU63AE1
RGF36300CU63AE1
5.0P
RJF36160CU63AE1
RJF36200CU63AE1
RJF36250CU63AE1
RJF36300CU63AE1
(LSI)
RKF36160CU63AE1
RKF36200CU63AE1
RKF36250CU63AE1
RKF36300CU63AE1
RLF36160CU63AE1
RLF36200CU63AE1
RLF36250CU63AE1
RLF36300CU63AE1
RGF36160CU64AE1
RGF36200CU64AE1
RGF36250CU64AE1
RGF36300CU64AE1
RJF36160CU64AE1
RJF36200CU64AE1
RJF36250CU64AE1
RJF36300CU64AE1
RKF36160CU64AE1
RKF36200CU64AE1
RKF36250CU64AE1
RKF36300CU64AE1
RLF36160CU64AE1
RLF36200CU64AE1
RLF36250CU64AE1
RLF36300CU64AE1
6.0P
(LSIG)
Micrologic Harmonic Trip Unit with Modbus Communications Interchangeable, 3P, 4P
RGF36160CU73AE1
RGF36200CU73AE1
RGF36250CU73AE1
RGF36300CU73AE1
5.0H
RJF36160CU73AE1
RJF36200CU73AE1
RJF36250CU73AE1
RJF36300CU73AE1
(LSI)
RKF36160CU73AE1
RKF36200CU73AE1
RKF36250CU73AE1
RKF36300CU73AE1
RLF36160CU73AE1
RLF36200CU73AE1
RLF36250CU73AE1
RLF36300CU73AE1
RGF36160CU74AE1
RGF36200CU74AE1
RGF36250CU74AE1
RGF36300CU74AE1
RJF36160CU74AE1
RJF36200CU74AE1
RJF36250CU74AE1
RJF36300CU74AE1
RKF36160CU74AE1
RKF36200CU74AE1
RKF36250CU74AE1
RKF36300CU74AE1
RLF36160CU74AE1
RLF36200CU74AE1
RLF36250CU74AE1
RLF36300CU74AE1
6.0H
(LSIG)
1
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (RPF36060CU31A becomes RGF46060CU31A).
2
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 57:
UL/IEC Rated, I-Line, Manually-Operated, 100%-Rated Electronic Trip Circuit
Breakers with Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Units
Circuit Breaker Catalog Number
Trip Unit, Interchangeable
Current Rating
Type
1000 A
1200 A
RGA36100CU31A
RGA36120CU31A
RJA36100CU31A
RJA36120CU31A
RKA36100CU31A
RKA36120CU31A
RLA36100CU31A
RLA36120CU31A
RGA36100CU33A
RGA36120CU33A
3.0 (LI)
Micrologic Standard Trip Unit
RJA36100CU33A
RJA36120CU33A
RKA36100CU33A
RKA36120CU33A
RLA36100CU33A
RLA36120CU33A
RGA36100CU41A
RGA36120CU41A
5.0 (LSI)
RJA36100CU41A
RJA36120CU41A
RKA36100CU41A
RKA36120CU41A
RLA36100CU41A
RLA36120CU41A
RGA36100CU43A
RGA36120CU43A
3.0A (LI)
Micrologic Ammeter Trip Unit1
RJA36100CU43A
RJA36120CU43A
RKA36100CU43A
RKA36120CU43A
RLA36100CU43A
RLA36120CU43A
RGA36100CU44A
RGA36120CU44A
5.0A (LSI)
RJA36100CU44A
RJA36120CU44A
RKA36100CU44A
RKA36120CU44A
RLA36100CU44A
RLA36120CU44A
6.0A (LSIG)
RGA36100CU63AE1
RGA36120CU63AE1
RJA36100CU63AE1
RJA36120CU63AE1
5.0P (LSI)
Micrologic Power Trip Unit with
Modbus® Communications
RKA36100CU63AE1
RKA36120CU63AE1
RLA36100CU63AE1
RLA36120CU63AE1
RGA36100CU64AE1
RGA36120CU64AE1
RJA36100CU64AE1
RJA36120CU64AE1
6.0P (LSIG)
RKA36100CU64AE1
RKA36120CU64AE1
RLA36100CU64AE1
RLA36120CU64AE1
RGA36100CU73AE1
RGA36120CU73AE1
RJA36100CU73AE1
RJA36120CU73AE1
5.0H (LSI)
Micrologic Harmonic Trip Unit
with Modbus Communications
RKA36100CU73AE1
RKA36120CU73AE1
RLA36100CU73AE1
RLA36120CU73AE1
RGA36100CU74AE1
RGA36120CU74AE1
RJA36100CU74AE1
RJA36120CU74AE1
6.0H (LSIG)
1
RKA36100CU74AE1
RKA36120CU74AE1
RLA36100CU74AE1
RLA36120CU74AE1
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Interrupting Ratings
Table 58:
Mounting
Interrupting Ratings
Circuit
Breaker
Ampere Rating (A)
Interrupting Ratings
Basic
Micrologic
Electronic
Trip Units
Trip Units
UL/CSA/NMX
RG
Individually- RJ
Mounted
RK
1200, 1600,
2000, 2500
RL
RJ
NA
RK
240 Vac
240 Vac 480 Vac 600 Vac
65 kA
600, 800, 1000,
100 kA
1200, 1600,
2000, 2500,
65 kA
3000
125 kA
RG
I-Line™
IEC 60947-2
1000, 1200
RL
380/415 Vac
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
35 kA
18 KA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
70 kA
55 kA
100 kA
50 kA
125 kA 65 kA
85 kA
45 kA
65 kA
35 kA
18 KA
50 kA
25 kA
35 kA
20 kA
100 kA
65 kA
25 kA
65 kA
35 kA
50 kA
25 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
70 kA
55 kA
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
125 kA 65 kA
85 kA
45 kA
Automatic Molded Case Switches
Automatic molded case switches are available in unit-mount construction from 1200–3000 A.
Automatic switches are similar in construction to electronic trip circuit breakers except that long-time
protection is not present. The switches open instantaneously at a non-adjustable magnetic trip point
calibrated to protect only the molded case switch itself. They must be used in conjunction with a circuit
breaker or fuse of equivalent rating.
NOTE: Catalog numbers for automatic switches are designated by “000” in positions 7–9 (ampere
rating) and S12, S16, S20, S25, or S30 in positions 11–14 (trip system). See Table 10.
Table 59:
Circuit
Breaker
RK
2P1, 3P
RL
2P, 3P
1
Automatic Switch Information
Withstand Rating
Ampere
Rating
Catalog Number1
1200
1600
Trip Point
(±10%)
240 Vac
480 Vac
600 Vac
RKF36000S12
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
57 kA
RKF36000S16
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
57 kA
2000
RKF36000S20
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
57 kA
2500
RKF36000S25
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
57 kA
3000
RKF36000S30
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
57 kA
1200
RLF36000S12
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
39 kA
1600
RLF36000S16
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
39 kA
2000
RLF36000S20
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
39 kA
2500
RLF36000S25
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
39 kA
3000
RLF36000S30
125 kA
100 kA
50 kA
39 kA
For 2P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 2 (RKP36000S12 becomes RKP26000S12).
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Termination Information
I-Line circuit breakers have lugs standard on the O/OFF end. Unit-mount circuit breakers and switches
are equipped for direct bus connection. For certain circuit breaker ratings and to connect cable to
R-frame circuit breakers, an RLTB terminal pad kit may be required. Refer to Section 11—Circuit
Breaker Dimensional Drawings for terminal pad kit dimensions.
Table 60:
RLTB Terminal Pad Kit
Table 61:
Terminal Pad Kits for R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Terminal Pad Kit
R-Frame
Circuit Breaker
Usage
Field-Installable Kits
Lugs
per 3P (One
4P (One
Phase End Only) End Only)
3000 A, 100% Rated
Required for Cable or Bus
9
RL3TB1
RL3TB4
3000 A, Standard (80% Rated)
Required for Cable or Bus
8
RLTB1
RLTB4
2500 A, 100% Rated
Required for Cable or Bus
8
RLTB1
RLTB4
2500 A, Standard (80% Rated)
Required for Cable, Optional for Bus
8
RLTB
RLTB4
All Other R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Required for Cable, Optional for Bus
8
RLTB
RLTB4
1
Supplied as standard with the R-frame circuit breaker.
For cable connection to RLTB, use AL2500RK lug. See page 115.
Continuous Current Rating
All circuit breakers marked as 100% rated can be continuously loaded to 100% of their rating.
100%-rated circuit breakers are available in unit-mount construction up to 3000 A and in I-Line
construction up to 1200 A.
Because of the additional heat generated when applying circuit breakers at 100% of continuous
current rating, the use of specially-designed enclosures and 90°C (194°F) wire is required. The 90°C
(194°F) wire must be sized according to the ampacity of the 75°C (167°F) wire column in the NEC.
Minimum enclosure size and ventilation specifications are indicated on a label on the circuit breaker, in
the circuit breaker instruction bulletin and in Table 5 on page 11.
Circuit breakers with 100% rating can also be used in applications requiring only 80% continuous
loading.
Control Wiring
Control wiring is connected to terminals located under the circuit breaker accessory cover.
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A
Tripped
92
94
32
34
C2
D2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z1
Z2
VN
V1
V2
V3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Fault
Closed
Downstream
Open
Upstream
N A B C
Alarm Contacts
Remote Operation
82
84
Trip Unit
22
24
Power
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams
12
14
Figure 9:
MX
MN
OF3
Trip Unit
OF2
OF1
SDE
SD
91
81
11
31
T1
T2
T3
T4
21
D1
D
24 V
C
C1
B
F2+
T1/M3
T2
T3
T4/F1-
M1
M2
or
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker in open position.
A–Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B–Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C–For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instruction Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D–24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
Trip Unit Type
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
F1 F2
M1M2M3
T1 T2 T3 T4
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5
M6C
Vext
MN/MX
Q3
V1
D1/C1
Q2
V2
C3
Q1
V3
D2/C2
Basic A P
H Connector Description
—
•
•
•
Com: E1-E6 Circuit breaker communication module
1
E1 = +24 Vdc
E2 = Common
E3 = A/Tx- D0
VN
E4 = B/Tx+ D1
E5 = A/Rx- D0
OF1
11 12 14
OF2
E6 = B/Rx+ D1
—
•
•
•
Z
Zone-selective interlocking
Z1 = ZSI OUT signal
21 22 24
Z2 = ZSI OUT
OF3
Z3 = ZSI IN signal
31 32 34
Z4 = ZSI IN short-time delay
SD
Z5 = ZSI IN ground fault
91 92 94
81
82
—
•
•
•
T
External neutral sensor
—
•
•
—
•
•
•
M
Modified differential ground fault (MDGF)
•
F
24 Vdc external power supply
—
—
•
•
Vn2
External neutral voltage takeoff
M6C:
Q1, Q2, Q3
V1, V2, V3
6 programmable contacts
24 Vdc external power supply required
External phase voltage takeoff
84
SDE
Connector
Recommended Wire Size
—
—
•
•
V1, V2, V3, Vn
22–16 AWG (0.3–1.5 mm2)
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) MIN shielded pair cable or twisted pair
copper wires
—
—
•
•
E1–E2
Connector Description
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) stranded shielded cable
T
M
Z1–Z5
OF, SD, SDE
MN, MX
F
Refer to MDGF instructions
22–18 AWG (0.3–0.8 mm2)
18–16 AWG (0.8–1.5 mm2)
18–14 AWG (0.8–2.5 mm2)
Size per aux 24 Vdc power supply
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) shielded twisted pairs with drain
E3–E6, Q1, Q2, Q3
(Belden 8723 or equal)3
1
2
Function
OF
Auxiliary Contacts
Remote Operation
SD
SDE
MN
MX
Open/Closed circuit breaker or switch position
contacts
Bell alarm
Electrical fault alarm contact
Undervoltage trip device
Shunt trip
C3 terminal is not used.
Neutral voltage takeoff supplied as flying lead.
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Section 7—Compact NS630b–NS1600 Circuit Breakers
Performance
The Compact NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers feature the exclusive Micrologic electronic trip units,
which allow for a range of sophisticated applications for metering and monitoring. In addition, trip units
can be interchanged in the field to allow for maximum flexibility.
The compact size and small footprint of the NS circuit breakers permit higher density installations.
These circuit breakers are available in ratings up to 1600 A to meet a broad range of commercial and
industrial application needs.
•
•
Circuit breakers are available in 1600 A construction with a sensor size range of 250–1600 A.
Interrupting ratings (AIR):
Circuit
Breaker
Compact NS630b–NS1600
Interrupting
Rating
220/240 Vac
Icu
380/415 Vac
440 Vac
500/525 Vac
660/690 Vac
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Electrically Operated
NS630b–NS1600
N
50 kA
37 kA
50 kA
37 kA
50 kA
37 kA
40 kA
30 kA
30 kA
22 kA
NS630b–NS1600
H
70 kA
35 kA
70 kA
35 kA
65 kA
32 kA
50 kA
25 kA
42 kA
21 kA
NS630b–NS1000
L
150 kA 150 kA 150 kA 150 kA 130 kA 130 kA 100 kA 100 kA
—
—
Manually Operated
NS630b–NS1600
N
85 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
40 kA
40 kA
30 kA
30 kA
NS630b–NS1600
H
85 kA
52 kA
70 kA
52 kA
65 kA
48 kA
50 kA
37 kA
42 kA
31 kA
NS630b–NS1000
L
150 kA 150 kA 150 kA 150 kA 130 kA 130 kA 100 kA 100 kA
—
—
NS630b–NS800
R
200 kA 200 kA 200 kA 200 kA 200 kA 200 kA 100 kA 100 kA
75 kA
75 kA
•
Compact circuit breaker size allows for smaller footprint installations. Nine inch width provides
increased density installation.
•
•
Most field-installable accessories are common to all frame sizes for easier stocking and installation
•
•
Compatible with Powerlogic systems and high amperage power circuit breakers.
•
•
Connection options include bus or cable for installation flexibility.
Selection of four interchangeable Micrologic trip units available, with Powerlogic power metering
and monitoring capabilities available in advanced trip units.
Built-in Modbus protocol provides an open communications platform and eliminates the need to
purchase additional, proprietary network solutions.
Additional options are available for five-cycle closing, stored energy mechanisms and drawoutmounting.
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Drawout Configuration
The drawout configuration makes it possible to:
•
•
extract and/or rapidly replace the circuit breaker without having to touch connectors
allow for the addition of circuits at a later date
Compact NS630b to NS1600 circuit breakers should be installed vertically only.
Rear mounting on rails.
Mounting on a backplate.
Device on mounting plate.
Device on rails.
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Catalog Numbers
Table 62:
IEC-Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, 3P Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers with Micrologic Electronic
Trip Units1
Circuit Breaker
Trip Unit
Current Rating
630 A
800 A
1000 A
1250 A
1600 A
NPNLE36063U32R
NPNLE36080U32R
NPNLE36100U32R
NPNLE36125U32R
NPNFE36160U32R
2.0
NPHLE36063U32R
NPHLE36080U32R
NPHLE36100U32R
NPHLE36125U32R
NPHFE36160U32R
(LS0)
NPLLE34063U32R
NPLLE34080U32R
NPLLE34100U32R
—
—
NPRLE34063U32R
NPRLE34080U32R
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U33R
NPNLE36080U33R
NPNLE36100U33R
NPNLE36125U33R
NPNFE36160U33R
5.0
NPHLE36063U33R
NPHLE36080U33R
NPHLE36100U33R
PHLE36125U33RN
NPHFE36160U33R
(LSI)
NPLLE34063U33R
NPLLE34080U33R
NPLLE34100U33R
—
—
NPRLE34063U33R
NPRLE34080U33R
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U42R
NPNLE36080U42R
NPNLE36100U42R
NPNLE36125U42R
NPNFE36160U42R
2.0A
NPHLE36063U42R
NPHLE36080U42R
NPHLE36100U42R
NPHLE36125U42R
NPHFE36160U42R
(LS0)
NPLLE34063U42R
NPLLE34080U42R
NPLLE34100U42R
—
—
NPRLE34063U42R
NPRLE34080U42R
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U43R
NPNLE36080U43R
NPNLE36100U43R
NPNLE36125U43R
NPNFE36160U43R
5.0A
NPHLE36063U43R
NPHLE36080U43R
NPHLE36100U43R
NPHLE36125U43R
NPHFE36160U43R
(LSI)
NPLLE34063U43R
NPLLE34080U43R
NPLLE34100U43R
—
—
Micrologic
Standard Trip
Unit
Micrologic
Ammeter Trip
Unit2
6.0A
(LSIG)
Micrologic Power
Trip Unit with
Modbus
Communications
NPRLE34080U43R
—
—
—
NPNLE36080U44R
NPNLE36100U44R
NPNLE36125U44R
NPNFE36160U44R
NPHLE36063U44R
NPHLE36080U44R
NPHLE36100U44R
NPHLE36125U44R
NPHFE36160U44R
NPLLE34063U44R
NPLLE34080U44R
NPLLE34100U44R
—
—
NPRLE34063U44R
NPRLE34080U44R
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U63RE1
NPNLE36080U63RE1
NPNLE36100U63RE1
NPNLE36125U63RE1
NPNFE36160U63RE1
5.0P
NPHLE36063U63RE1
NPHLE36080U63RE1
NPHLE36100U63RE1
NPHLE36125U63RE1
NPHFE36160U63RE1
(LSI)
NPLLE34063U63RE1
NPLLE34080U63RE1
NPLLE34100U63RE1
—
—
NPRLE34063U63RE1
NPRLE34080U63RE1
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U64RE1
NPNLE36080U64RE1
NPNLE36100U64RE1
NPNLE36125U64RE1
NPNFE36160U64RE1
NPHLE36063U64RE1
NPHLE36080U64RE1
NPHLE36100U64RE1
NPHLE36125U64RE1
NPHFE36160U64RE1
NPLLE34063U64RE1
NPLLE34080U64RE1
NPLLE34100U64RE1
—
—
6.0P
(LSIG)
Micrologic
Harmonic Trip
Unit with Modbus
Communications
NPRLE34063U43R
NPNLE36063U44R
NPRLE34063U64RE1
NPRLE34080U64RE1
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U73RE1
NPNLE36080U73RE1
NPNLE36100U73RE1
NPNLE36125U73RE1
NPNFE36160U73RE1
5.0H
NPHLE36063U73RE1
NPHLE36080U73RE1
NPHLE36100U73RE1
NPHLE36125U73RE1
NPHFE36160U73RE1
(LSI)
NPLLE34063U73RE1
NPLLE34080U73RE1
NPLLE34100U73RE1
—
—
NPRLE34063U73RE1
NPRLE34080U73RE1
—
—
—
NPNLE36063U74RE1
NPNLE36080U74RE1
NPNLE36100U74RE1
NPNLE36125U74RE1
NPNFE36160U74RE1
NPHLE36063U74RE1
NPHLE36080U74RE1
NPHLE36100U74RE1
NPHLE36125U74RE1
NPHFE36160U74RE1
NPLLE34063U74RE1
NPLLE34080U74RE1
NPLLE34100U74RE1
—
—
NPRLE34063U74RE1
NPRLE34080U74RE1
—
—
—
6.0H
(LSIG)
1
For 4P, replace the 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (NPNLE35053U43R becomes NPNLE46063U43R).
2
Add E1 suffix for Modbus communications.
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Table 63:
Compact Non-Automatic Switch
Compact Switch-Catalog Number1
NPNLE36000Z63 NPNLE36000Z80 NPNLE36000Z10 NPNLE36000Z12 NPNFE36000Z162
Amperage
630 A
800 A
1000 A
1200 A
1600 A
Number of Poles
3, 4
3, 4
3, 4
3, 4
3, 4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Front connection X
X
X
X
X
Toggle
Control
Manual
Direct or
extended rotary
handle
Electric
Connections
Fixed
X
X
X
X
X
Front connection X
Drawout
(on cradle) Rear connection X
Rear connection
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
630
800
1000
1250
1600
Electrical Characteristics as per IEC 60947-3
Conventional thermal current
Ith
(A)
60°C
Rated insulation voltage (V)
Ui
800
800
800
800
800
Rated impulse withstand
voltage (V)
Uimp
8
8
8
8
8
Rated operation voltage (V)
Ue
690
690
690
690
690
440/480 V3 630
800
1000
1250
1600
AC 50/60 Hz
220/240 V
380/415V
500/525 V
660/690 V
Short-circuit making capacity Icm
(kA peak)
52
52
52
52
52
Short-time withstand current Icw
(A
0.5s
rms) 20s
19.2
4
19.2
4
19.2
4
19.2
4
19.2
4
Suitability for isolation
Durability (C-O cycles)
Mechanical
Electrical
AC
X
X
X
X
X
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
2000
1000
Positive contact indication
X
X
X
X
X
Pollution degree
3
3
3
3
3
Protections
Add-on earth-leakage
protection
Combination with
X
Vigirex relay
Additional indication and control auxiliaries
Indication contacts
Voltage releases
X
MX shunt release
X
MN undervoltage release
X
Remote communication by bus
Device status indication (communicating auxiliary contacts)
X
Device remote operation (communicating motor operator)
X
Installation
Accessories
Dimensions (mm)
WxHxD
Weight (kg)
Terminal extensions and
spreaders
X
Terminal shields and
interphase barriers
X
Escutcheons
X
Fixed
Fixed
3P
327 x 210 x 147
4P
327 x 280 x 147
3P
14
4P
18
1
Installation standards require upstream protection.
2
Not available on 1600 A circuit breaker with “L” termination.
3
Suitable for 480 V NEMA.
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Interrupting Ratings
See page 92.
Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers
Electrically-operated NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers are available in unit-mount construction up to
1600 A and are denoted in the catalog number by an “M_” suffix. These come equipped with a twostep stored energy mechanism and come standard with a motor assembly.
Motor assemblies provide on and off control from remote locations. The assemblies contain a springcharging motor (MCH), a shunt trip (MX) and a shunt close (XF) and are available in standard or
communicating versions. An SDE overcurrent trip switch is also included for trip indication. When
remote indication of the circuit breaker status is required, use of a circuit breaker with an OF auxiliary
switch (for on-off indication).
Table 64:
Motor Assembly Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Voltage Type Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Vac 50/60 Hz
48, 100–130, 220–240, 380–415
Vdc
24–30, 48–60, 100–130, 200–250
For catalog numbers, see Table 76 on page 106.
Automatic Molded Case Switches
Automatic molded case switches are available in unit-mount constructions from 630–1600 A.
Automatic switches are similar in construction to electronic trip circuit breakers except that long-time
protection is not present. The switches open instantaneously at a non-adjustable magnetic trip point
calibrated to protect only the molded case switch itself. They must be used in conjunction with a circuit
breaker or fuse of equivalent rating.
Termination Information
Unit-mount circuit breakers and switches have mechanical lugs standard on both ends. These lugs accept
aluminum or copper wire. Manually operated circuit breakers are also available in drawout construction.
Other terminations are available as accessories for non-standard applications. See Table 92 on page
115 for more lug options.
Accessories
Accessories are available either factory-installed or field-installable. They can be installed in accessory
compartments behind the circuit breaker accessory cover. See Table 68 on page 101 for available
accessories.
Control Wiring
Control wiring is connected to terminals located under the circuit breaker accessory cover.
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams for Manually-Operated Circuit Breakers
See Figure 7 on page 81. (Same as PowerPact P-frame circuit breaker.)
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams for Electrically-Operated Circuit Breakers
See Figure 8 on page 82. (Same as PowerPact P-frame circuit breaker.)
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Section 8—Compact NS1600b–NS3200 Circuit Breaker
Performance
The Compact NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers feature the exclusive Micrologic electronic trip units,
which allow for a range of sophisticated applications for metering and monitoring. In addition, trip units
can be interchanged in the field to allow for maximum flexibility.
The compact size and smaller footprint of the NS circuit breaker permits higher density installations.
These circuit breakers are available in up to 3200 A construction to meet a broad range of commercial
and industrial application needs.
•
•
Circuit breakers are available in 3200 A construction with a sensor size range of 600–3200 A.
Interrupting ratings (AIR):
Compact NS1600b–NS3200
220/240 Vac
380/415 Vac
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
N
85 kA
65 kA
70 kA
52 kA
H
125 kA
94 kA
85 kA
64 kA
Interrupting
Rating
440 Vac
500/525 Vac
660/690 Vac
Ics
Icu
Ics
Icu
Ics
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
64 kA
—
—
—
—
•
The N interrupting rating is recommended for applications having high inrush and/or non-linear
loads such as large motors, transformers, motors with soft starts, etc.
•
Compact circuit breaker size allows for smaller footprint installations. Fifteen-inch width provides
increased density installation.
•
•
Most field-installable accessories are common to all frame sizes for easier stocking and installation
•
•
Compatible with Powerlogic systems and high amperage power circuit breakers.
•
Connection options include bus or cable for installation flexibility.
Selection of four interchangeable Micrologic trip units available, with Powerlogic power metering
and monitoring capabilities available in advanced trip units.
Built-in Modbus protocol provides an open communications platform and eliminates the need to
purchase additional, proprietary network solutions.
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Catalog Numbers
Table 65:
IEC-Rated, Unit-Mount, Manually-Operated, 3P Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers
with Micrologic Electronic Trip Units
Circuit Breaker
Current Rating1
Trip Unit
Micrologic
Standard Trip
Unit
Micrologic
Ammeter Trip
Unit2
Micrologic Power
Trip Unit with
Modbus
Communications
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3200 A
2.0
(LS0)
NRNFE36160U32R
NRNFE36200U32R
NRNFE36250U32R
NRNFE36320U32R
NRHFE36160U32R
NRHFE36200U32R
NRHFE36250U32R
NRHFE36320U32R
5.0
(LSI)
NRNFE36160U33R
NRNFE36200U33R
NRNFE36250U33R
NRNFE36320U33R
NRHFE36160U33R
NRHFE36200U33R
NRHFE36250U33R
NRHFE36320U33R
2.0A
(LS0)
NRNFE36160U42R
NRNFE36200U42R
NRNFE36250U42R
NRNFE36320U42R
NRHFE36160U42R
NRHFE36200U42R
NRHFE36250U42R
NRHFE36320U42R
5.0A
(LSI)
NRNFE36160U43R
NRNFE36200U43R
NRNFE36250U43R
NRNFE36320U43R
NRHFE36160U43R
NRHFE36200U43R
NRHFE36250U43R
NRHFE36320U43R
6.0A
(LSIG)
NRNFE36160U44R
NRNFE36200U44R
NRNFE36250U44R
NRNFE36320U44R
NRHFE36160U44R
NRHFE36200U44R
NRHLFE36250U44R
NRHFE36320U44R
5.0P
(LSI)
NRNFE36160U63RE1
NRNFE36200U63RE1
NRNFE36250U63RE1
NRNFE36320U63RE1
NRHFE36160U63RE1
NRHFE36200U63RE1
NRHFE36250U63RE1
NRHFE36320U63RE1
6.0P
(LSIG)
NRNFE36160U64RE1
NRNFE36200U64RE1
NRNFE36250U64RE1
NRNFE36320U64RE1
NRHFE36160U64RE1
NRHFE36200U64RE1
NRHFE36250U64RE1
NRHFE36320U64RE1
1
For 4P, replace the leading 3 in the catalog number following the prefix with a 4 (NRHFE36200U74RE1 becomes
NRHFE46200U74RE1).
2
Add E1 suffix for Modbus Communications.
Interrupting Ratings
See page 97.
Automatic Molded Case Switches
Automatic molded case switches are available in unit-mount constructions from 1600–3200 A.
Automatic switches are similar in construction to electronic trip circuit breakers except that long-time
protection is not present. The switches open instantaneously at a non-adjustable magnetic trip point
calibrated to protect only the molded case switch itself. They must be used in conjunction with a circuit
breaker or fuse of equivalent rating.
Table 66:
Automatic Switch Information
Ampere Rating
Icw
Trip Point
1600
32 kA
57 kA
2000
32 kA
57 kA
2500
32 kA
57 kA
3200
32 kA
57 kA
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Termination Information
NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers and switches are equipped for bus connection only. For certain
amperages, an RLTBE terminal pad kit may be required. (Same kit as the PowerPact R-frame circuit
breaker.) Refer to Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings for terminal pad kit dimensions.
Table 67:
Terminal Pad Kits for Compact NS1600b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers
Terminal Pad Kit (One End Only)
Circuit Breaker
Usage
3P Kit
4P Kit
3200 A
Required
Provided
Provided
All Other Circuit Breakers
Optional
RLTBE
RLTBE4
Accessories
Accessories are available either factory-installed or field-installable. They can be installed in accessory
compartments behind the circuit breaker accessory cover. (Same accessories as the R-frame circuit
breaker.)
Control Wiring
Control wiring is connected to terminals located under the circuit breaker accessory cover.
Accessory Control Wiring Diagrams
Refer to Wiring Diagrams on page 91. (Same as the R-frame circuit breaker.)
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Accessories
M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers can be used with a variety of
internal and external accessories to increase application versatility and meet the demands of modern
electrical distribution systems.
Circuit breaker internal accessories are available either factory installed or field installable. They can
be installed in accessory compartments behind the circuit breaker accessory cover.
Factory-Installed Accessories
Factory-installed accessories are internally mounted by the factory. Accessories only available factory
installed cannot be removed or repaired in the field. Order factory-installed accessories by adding the
correct two-letter suffix to the standard circuit breaker catalog number. To build a catalog number, refer
to the product selector or contact a field office.
Field-Installable Accessories
Field-installable accessories can be installed or replaced in the field without affecting the circuit
breaker ratings. Field-installable accessories are shipped separately from the circuit breakers. Install
and wire field-installable accessories according to the instructions supplied with the circuit breaker and
particular accessory. Order field-installable accessories by the catalog number found in the Schneider
Electric Digest.
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Table 68:
Field/Factory-Installed Accessories
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600
Accessory
M-Frame
Manually-Operated
Circuit Breakers
Manually-Operated
Circuit Breakers
ElectricallyOperated Circuit
Breakers
Field
Factory Field
Factory Field
Factory
Installable Installed Installable Installed Installable Installed
R-Frame and
NS1600b–NS3200
Circuit Breakers
Page
No.
Field
Factory
Installable Installed
Shunt Trip (MX)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
102
Undervoltage Trip (MN)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
103
Adjustable Time Delay Module for
Undervoltage Trip
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
104
Auxiliary Switch (OF)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
104
Alarm Switch (SD)
Y
Y
Y
Y
N/A
N/A
Y
Y
104
Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE)
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
104
Spring-Charging Motor
N/A
NA
N/A
N/A
Y
Y
N/A
N/A
106
Trip Unit Replacement Covers
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
107
Neutral Current Transformer
N
N/A
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
108
Ground-Fault Interface Module
N
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
108
External Sensor for SGR or MDGF
Protection
N
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
108
Sensor Plugs
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
109
Rating Plugs
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
109
M2C and M6C Programmable Contacts
N/A
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
110
Circuit Breaker Communication Module
N/A
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
110
Restraint Interface Module
N/A
N/A
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
112
External Power Supply Module
N
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
112
External Battery Backup Module
N
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
112
Hand-Held Test Kit
N
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
113
Full-Function Test Kit
Y
N/A
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
113
Mechanical Lug
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
114
Compression Lug
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
114
Terminal Pad
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
114
I-Line Jaws
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
114
Power Distribution Connectors
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
115
Control Wire Terminations
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
115
Phase Barriers
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
117
Electric Joint Compound
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
117
Door-Mounted Operating Mechanism
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N/A
N/A
117
Rotary Handle
N/A
N/A
N
Y
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
118
Replacement Handles
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
118
Long Handle Extension
Y
Y
Y
Y
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
118
Accessory Cover Door Escutcheons
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
118
Padlock Attachment
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
118
Keylock
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
118
Keylock Provision
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
118
Sub-Feed Lugs
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
119
Y = Yes
N = No
N/A = Not Available
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Maximum Wire Length
Maximum Wire Length—The inrush currents for these devices are approximately 200 VA. When low
supply voltages (12, 24 or 48 V) are used, the maximum allowable wire length is dependent on the
voltage and the wire size.
Table 69:
Maximum Wire Length1
Source Voltage
Percent of
Source Voltage
Device
12 Vdc
24 Vdc
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
100%
—
—
159 ft
(48.5 m)
100 ft
(30.5 m)
765 ft
(233.2 m)
472 ft
(143.9 m)
85%
—
—
44 ft
(13.4 m)
29 ft
(8.8 m)
205 ft
(62.5 m)
129 ft
(39.3 m)
100%
57 ft
(17.4 m)
34 ft
(10.4 m)
314 ft
(95.7 m)
200 ft
(61.0 m)
1503 ft
(457.8 m)
944 ft
(287.7 m)
85%
27 ft
(8.2 m)
17 ft
(5.2 m)
205 ft
(62.5 m)
126 ft
(38.4 m)
957 ft
(291.7 m)
601 ft
(183.2 m)
Wire Size
UVR (MN)
Shunt Trip (MX) and
Shunt Close (XF)
1
48 Vdc
The length shown in the table is for each of the two supply wires.
Shunt Trip (MX1) and Shunt Close (XF)
Shunt Trip (MX1): When energized, the shunt trip instantaneously opens the circuit breaker. The
shunt trip may be energized continuously or intermittently.
Shunt Close (XF): Remotely closes the circuit breaker if the spring mechanism is charged. The shunt
close may be energized continuously or intermittently.This accessory is for electrically-operated
P-frame circuit breaker only.
Communication versions of the MX1 and XF are available for direct connection via the circuit breaker
communication module (BCM).
Table 70:
Shunt Trip (MX1) and
Shunt Close (XF)
Shunt Trip and Shunt Close Characteristics
Characteristics
MX1
Vac
50/60 Hz
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Vdc
Operating Threshold
Power Consumption (VA or W)
0.7 to 1.1 Vn
Steady-State/Inrush
XF
Min
Max
24 Vac
17 Vac
26 Vac
48 Vac
34 Vac
52 Vac
120 Vac
60 Vac
132 Vac
240 Vac
168 Vac
264 Vac
277 Vac
194 Vac
304 Vac
380 Vac
266 Vac
418 Vac
480 Vac
336 Vac
528 Vac
12 Vdc
8 Vdc
13 Vdc
24 Vdc
17 Vdc
26 Vdc
48 Vdc
34 Vdc
52 Vdc
125 Vdc
88 Vdc
137 Vdc
250 Vdc
175 Vdc
275 Vdc
0.85 to 1.1 Vn
4.5/200
70 ms ±10 (NW ≤ 4000 A)
Circuit Breaker Response Time at Vn1
50 ms ±10
80 ms ±10 (NW > 4000 A)
55 ms (NT)
1
Shunt trip (MX1) and shunt close (XF) circuits must be energized for minimum of 200 ms.
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Undervoltage Trip (MN)
This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order.
It is made up of:
•
•
•
Instantaneous trip
Fixed undervoltage trip (time delayed) or,
Adjustable undervoltage trip (time delayed)
As shown in the wiring diagram for the remote tripping function below, the delay unit (installed outside
the circuit breaker) may be disabled by an emergency off button to obtain non-delayed opening of the
circuit breaker.
Undervoltage Trip (MN)
The undervoltage trip (MN) instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage drops to
a value between 35% and 70% of its rated voltage.
If the undervoltage trip is not energized, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or
electrically. An attempt to close the circuit breaker produces no movement of the main contacts.
Closing is allowed when the supply voltage of the undervoltage trip reaches 85% of rated voltage.
Table 71:
Undervoltage Trip Characteristics
Characteristics
MN
24 Vac
48 Vac
120 Vac
Vac
240 Vac
50/60 Hz
277 Vac
380 Vac
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
480 Vac
12 Vdc
24 Vdc
48 Vdc
Vdc
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
Power Consumption (VA or W)
Constant/Inrush
4.5/200
Opening
0.35 to 0.70 Vn
Closing
0.35 Vn
Operating Threshold
Circuit Breaker Response Time at Vn
Figure 10:
Wire Diagram for the Remote Tripping Function
Opening
Order
Opening
Order
C12
MX2
90 ms ±5
or
Delayed
Opening
Order
D2
Delayed
Unit
MN
Instantaneous Opening
Order
MN
C1 1
D1
10
12
3
6
D2
D1
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Time-Delay Module for Undervoltage Trip
To eliminate circuit breaker nuisance tripping during temporary voltage dips (micro-breaks), operation
of the undervoltage trip (MN) can be delayed by adding an external time-delay module to the
undervoltage trip circuit. Available as adjustable and non-adjustable module.
Table 72:
Time-Delay Module Characteristics
Factory-Installed Field-Installable
Cat. No. Suffix
Cat. No.
Characteristics
Adjustable
Voltage Ratings of
Time-delay Module
Non-Adjustable
Operating Threshold
48-60
—
S33680
Vac 50/60 Hz /
100-130
—
S33681
Vdc
200-250
—
S33682
380-480
—
S33683
100-130
—
S33684
—
S33685
Vac 50/60 Hz /
Vdc
200-250
Opening
0.35 to 0.7 Vn
Closing
0.85 Vn
4.5 VA/W (holding),
200 VA/W (inrush)
Power Consumption
Time-Delay Settings
Adjustable
0.5, 0.9, 1.5, and 3.0 s
Non-Adjustable
0.25 s
Indication Contacts
Changeover contacts are used to provide remote circuit breaker status information and can be used
for indications, electrical locking, relaying, etc. All the auxiliary contacts are also available in “low-level”
versions capable of switching very low loads (for the control of PLCs or electronic circuits).
Auxiliary Switch (OF):
•
remotely indicates the position of the main circuit breaker contacts.
•
can be used to operate indicator lights, relays or other accessories.
•
circuit breaker can accommodate up to three 1A/1B auxiliary switches.
Alarm Switch (SD)
•
indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
— an overload
— a short circuit
— an earth-leakage fault
— operation of a voltage release
— operation of the “push-to-trip” button
•
Returns to de-energized state when the circuit breaker is reset.
Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE)
•
indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
— an overload
— a short circuit
— an earth-leakage fault
•
Returns to de-energized state when the circuit breaker is reset.
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Table 73:
Electrical Characteristics of the OF/SD/SDE Auxiliary Contacts
Contacts
Standard
Low Level1
Rated thermal current (A)
6
5
Minimum load
100 mA at 24 V
Operational
current (A)
1
1 mA at 24 V
Voltage
AC
DC
AC
DC
24 V
6
6
5
5
48 V
6
2.5
5
2.5
110 V
6
0.6
5
0.6
220/240 V
6
—
5
—
250 V
—
0.3
5
0.3
380/440 V
6
—
5
—
480 V
6
—
5
—
660/690 V
6
—
—
—
SDE is not available in low level for electrically-operated P-frame circuit breakers.
NOTE: If the maximum voltage and current is exceeded, the low-level functions of the switch will be
lost but the switch will continue to function as a standard switch.
Table 74:
Catalog Numbers
Standard
Min Load = 100 mA with 24 V
Low Level
Min Load = 1 mA with 24 V
Factory-Installed
Cat. No. Suffix
Factory-Installed
Cat. No. Suffix
Description
Field-Installable
Cat. No.
Field-Installable
Cat. No.
1 Auxiliary Switch (OF) 1a1b
AA
S29450
AE
S29452
2 Auxiliary Switch (OF) 1a1b
AB
2x S29450
AF
2x S29452
3 Auxiliary Switch (OF) 1a1b
AC
3x S29450
AG
3x S29452
Alarm Switch (SD) 1a1b
BC
S29450
BH
S29452
Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE) 1a1b
BD
S29450
BJ1
S29452
Alarm Switch/Overcurrent Trip Switch (SD/SDE) 2a2b
BE
2x S29450
BK1
2x S29452
1
Not available on an electrically-operated P-frame circuit breaker.
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Spring-Charging Motors (MCH) for P-Frame Circuit Breakers
The spring-charging motor automatically charges the spring mechanism for closing the circuit breaker
and also recharges the spring mechanism when the circuit breaker is in the ON position.
Instantaneous reclosing of the circuit breaker is thus possible following circuit breaker opening. The
spring-mechanism charging handle is used only as a backup if auxiliary power is absent.
The spring-charging motor is equipped as standard with a limit switch contact (CH) that signals the
charged position of the mechanism (springs charged).
Table 75:
Spring-Charging Motor Characteristics
Characteristics
MCH
Vac 50/60 Hz
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
48-60, 100-130, 200-250, 240-277, 380-415, 400-440, 480
Vdc
24-30, 48-60, 100-125, 200-250
Operating Threshold
0.85 to 1.1 Vn
Power Consumption
180 VA
Motor Overcurrent
2–3 x In for 0.1 s
Charging Time
4 s maximum on NW, 3 s maximum on NT
Duty Cycle
3 cycles per minute maximum
10,000 cycles for NW < 4000 A
Endurance
5000 cycles for NW ≥ 4000 A
CH Contact
Table 76:
10 A at 240 V
Spring-Charging Motors for Electrically-Operated P-Frame Circuit Breakers
Description
FieldReplacement Coils
Replacement
Spring Charging Factory Installed Opening/Closing
Cat. No. Suffix
Coil Cat. No.
Motor Cat. No.
Factory
Rated Voltage
Installed Cat.
(+10%/-15%)
No. Suffix
Vac
Standard Motor for
Electrically-Operated
Circuit Breakers
Vdc
Vac
Communicating Motor
Mechanism for
Electrically-Operated
Circuit Breakers
Vdc
48
ML
S47391
SL
S33660
100-130
MA
S47395
SA
S33661
220-240
MC
S47396
SC
S33662
380-415
MF
S47398
SH
S33664
24-30
MO
S47390
SK
S33659
48-60
MV
S47391
SL
S33660
110/130
MR
S47392
SA
S33661
200/250
MS
S47393
SC
S33662
48
NL
S47391
EL
S33034
100-130
NA
S47395
EA
S33035
220-240
NC
S47396
EC
S33036
380-415
NF
S47398
EH
S33038
24-30
NO
S47390
EK
S33033
48-60
NV
S47391
EL
S33034
110-130
NR
S47392
EA
S33035
200-250
NS
S47393
EC
S33036
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Micrologic Trip Unit Accessories
Circuit breakers are shipped with trip unit installed, but can have the trip units replaced in the field.
Actual trip units and settings required for specific applications must be determined by a qualified
consultant or plant engineer. A coordination study is recommended to provide coordination between all
circuit breakers in the distribution system.
Table 77:
Field-Installable Micrologic Trip Unit
Model
Protection
Additional Features
Field-Installable Cat. No.1
2.0 (IEC only)
LSO
3.0 (UL/ANSI only)
LI
S132R
5.0
LSI
S133A
2.0A (IEC only)
LSO
S142R
3.0A (UL/ANSI only)
LI
5.0A
LSI
6.0A
LSIG
5.0P
LSI
6.0P
LSIG
5.0H
LSI
6.0H
LSIG
None
S131A
S141A
Ammeter
S143A
S144A
Metering, Advanced Protection
Metering, Advanced Protection &
Harmonic Analysis
S163A
2
S164A
2
S173A
2
S174A
2
1
The standard rating plug supplied with a trip unit is the “A” rating plug. To specify an alternative adjustable rating plug, please
add the letter designation to the end of the catalog number. Please refer to the Digest for a complete listing of adjustable
settings available with each plug. (Example: S143B would specify a “B” rating plug instead of the standard "A" plug.) Use suffix
“N” if no rating plug is required.
When replacing a Basic trip unit with Type A (Ammeter), P (Power metering) or H (Harmonic analysis) trip unit, order the 12pin connector kit S33101 for the PowerPact P-frame drawout circuit breakers or kit S33100 for PowerPact P-frame unit-mount
and R-frame circuit breakers.
2
Requires Circuit Breaker Communications Module.
Lead-Free Trip Unit Sealing Kit
The MICROTUSEAL lead-free trip unit seal was designed as a RoHS-compliant replacement for lead
seals. It may be used to seal Micrologic trip units and other devices. It is manufactured as a stainless
steel cable and polycarbonate locking mechanism which shows evidence of tampering. The seal is
individually numbered for control purposes.
Order kit number
MICROTUSEAL
.
Replacement Covers
Table 78:
Replacement Covers
Device
Cat. No.
Micrologic A Trip Unit Cover, clear
S33592
Micrologic P/H Trip Unit Cover, opaque gray
S47067
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Neutral Current Transformer (CT)
Current transformers are available for applications requiring ground-fault protection on three-phase,
four-wire systems or for neutral protection and metering. Neutral current transformers are not required
on non-ground-fault circuit breakers, or on three-phase, three-wire systems. The rating of the external
neutral current transformer must be compatible with the rating of the circuit breaker.
Table 79:
Neutral Current Transformer Catalog Numbers
Circuit Breaker
P-Frame
R-Frame
All
Sensor
250
S33575
400–1600
S33576
250
S48916
400–1600
S34036
2000
S48896
2500
S48182
All
12-pin Trip Unit Connector
1
Cat. No.
NCTWIRING1
S33100
Included with NCT.
NOTE: These neutral current transformers cannot be used for SGR (Source Ground-Return) or MDGF
(Modified Differential Ground Fault) applications.
Ground-Fault Interface Module
The ground-fault interface module (P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–NS3200 circuit breakers only) is
used to sum the current flow in three-phase, four-wire systems and multiple-sourced systems, using
one or more specially-designed external current sensors to measure current flow. The ground-fault
interface module is commonly used in two applications:
•
•
For a ground-source return ground-fault sensing (SGR) system
For a modified differential ground-fault (MDGF) system
More complex systems are possible, for information about these, contact a field sales representative.
Order kit number
S48891 .
External Sensor for SGR or MDGF Protections
For use on 400 A sensor or higher.
In SGR applications, an external sensor is installed around the connection of the transformer neutral
point to ground. Its secondary is connected to the Micrologic™ 6.0A, 6.0P or 6.0H trip units.
In MDGF applications, a sensor is installed on each phase and neutral conductor. The sensors for
each circuit breaker are connected to an interface module. These, in turn, connect to the Micrologic
6.0A, 6.0P or 6.0H trip units.
Order kit number
S33579 .
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Sensor Plugs
Sensor plugs are used to set the current rating (In) of the PowerPact P- and R-frame circuit breakers.
Beginning in January 2007 (date code 07011), the sensor plugs are field-replaceable, down to 50% of
the original rating. Mechanical keying in the circuit breaker prevents changing a rating plug to a higher
rating than the original factory-installed sensor plug.
Table 80:
Sensor Plugs
Circuit Breaker
UL P-Frame
IEC P-Frame
UL R-Frame
IEC R-Frame
Original Circuit
Breaker Amperage
Sensor Plug
Range
Sensor Plug
Catalog No.
250 A
250 A
S47052
400 A
400 A
S47053
600 A
600 A
S48823
800 A
600–800 A
S33092
1000 A
600–1000 A
S33093
1200 A
600–1200 A
S48824
630 A
630 A
S33091
800 A
600–800 A
S33092
1000 A
600–1000 A
S33093
1250 A
600–1250 A
S33094
1600 A
600–1600 A
S33095
600 A
600 A
S48823
800 A
600–800 A
S33092
1000 A
600–1000 A
S33093
1200 A
600–1200 A
S48824
1600 A
800–1600 A
S33095
2000 A
1000–2000 A
S33982
2500 A
1200–2500 A
S33983
3000 A
1200–3000 A
S48825
1600 A
1600 A
S33095
2000 A
1600–2000 A
S33982
2500 A
1600–2500 A
S33983
3200 A
1600–3200 A
S33984
Rating Plugs
Interchangeable rating plugs are available to limit the long-time threshold setting range for greater
versatility.
Table 81:
Rating Plug Settings
Rating Plug
For P-Frame and
R-Frame Circuit
Breakers
For NS630b–
NS3200 Circuit
Breakers
Switch Settings Ir = In x...
Cat. No.
Type A
0.4
0.45
0.5
0.6
0.63
0.7
0.8
0.9
1
S48818
Type B
0.4
0.44
0.5
0.56
0.63
0.75
0.88
0.95
1
S48819
Type C
0.42
0.50
0.53
0.58
0.67
0.75
0.83
0.95
1
S48820
Type D
0.4
0.48
0.64
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.93
0.95
1
S48836
Type E
0.6
0.7
0.75
0.8
0.85
0.9
0.93
0.95
1
S48837
Type F
0.84
0.86
0.88
0.9
0.92
0.94
0.96
0.98
1
S48838
Type G
0.66
0.68
0.7
0.72
0.74
0.76
0.78
0.8
0.82
S48839
Type H
0.48
0.5
0.52
0.54
0.56
0.58
0.6
0.62
0.64
S48840
Type R1
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.95
0.98
1
S33542
Type S
0.4
0.45
0.5
0.55
0.6
0.65
0.7
0.75
0.8
S33543
Type T
0.8
0.82
0.85
0.88
0.9
0.92
0.95
0.98
1
S33544
Type P (Off Plug)
No Long-Time Protection.
S33545
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Modbus Circuit Breaker Communication Module (BCM-ULP)
The circuit breaker communication module is independent of the trip unit. Installed on the circuit
breaker, behind the trip unit, it receives and transmits information on the communication network. An
optical link is used for communication with the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units. Power requirements
are 30 mA, 24 Vdc.
NOTE: The power supply for the circuit breaker communication module must be separate and isolated
from the power supply for the trip unit.
The following may be connected to this module:
•
•
Table 82:
A set of dedicated switches which read the status of the circuit breaker.
A set of “actuators” (MX shunt trip or motor mechanism) to control the circuit breaker.
.
Circuit Breaker Communication Module Characteristics
Circuit Breaker
Identification
ID Code, Address
Size, Rating, Performance
Type of Trip Unit
Type of Long-Time Rating Plug
Status Indication
On/Off Indication
Fault Trip
Controls
Opening/Closing
Circuit Breaker and Trip Unit
A
P
H
X
X
X
Fine Settings in the Range Imposed by the Rotary Switches
X
X
Setting of Protection and Alarms
X
X
Reading of Settings on Rotary Switches
Settings
Customized Alarm Programming
X
Reading of Protection and Alarms
Standard
X
X
Set
X
X
Customized
X
Current
Reading of Measurements
Operating and
Maintenance Aids
Voltages, Frequency, Power, etc.
X
X
X
X
Power Quality: Fundamentals and Harmonics
X
Waveform Capture
X
History of Trips and Alarms1
Histories
X
X
X
X
Log of Trips and Alarms
X
Contact Wear, Counters, Etc.
Indicators
1
X
Maintenance Record
X
Up to 10 trips and 10 alarms.
Table 83:
Trip Unit Field-Installable Accessories
Field-Installable Kit Cat. No.
Description
FactoryInstalled
Cat. No.
Suffix
P-Frame
Unit
Mount
Circuit Breaker Communication Module (BCM) (Modbus)
E1
S64205
Two Programmable Contacts Module (M2C)
V
S64273
Six Programmable Contacts Module (M6C)
W
S64204
External Voltage Sensing (EVS)
YV
S64203
Trip Unit Battery for Trip Indicator Lights
—
S33593
12-pin Trip Unit Connector for P- and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
—
S33100
I-Line™
R-Frame
Motor
Drawout
Operated
S64207
S64210
With
Rotary
Handle
Unit
Mount
S64206
S64205
S64202
S64204
S64201
S64209
S64210
S64208
I-Line
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M2C and M6C Programmable Contacts
The M2C and M6C contacts are used with the Micrologic P and H control units, and indicate the type of
fault and instantaneous or delayed threshold overruns (i.e: trip unit protection pickup, current/voltage
unbalance, under/over voltage, reverse power, phase rotation, under/over frequency, and load
shedding). The M2C has two programmable contacts while the M6C has six. They require an external
24 Vdc power supply (100 mA consumption).
NOTE: The M2C and M6C may use the same 24 V power supply as the trip unit. The M2C, M6C and
trip unit power supply must be separate and isolated from the power supply used for the BCM/CCM.
M6C contacts are programmed via the control unit using a keypad or via a supervisory station with the
COM communication option. They may be programmed:
•
•
•
With instantaneous return to the initial state
Without return to the initial state
With return to the initial state following a delay
Table 84:
Characteristics for M2C and M6C Programmable Contacts
Minimum Load
100 mA/24 V
240 Vac
Breaking Capacity at a
Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.7
5A
380 Vac
3A
24 Vdc
1.8 A
48 Vdc
1.5 A
125 Vdc
0.4 A
250 Vdc
0.15 A
Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI)
Table 85:
Upstream
Circuit
Breaker
ZSI is used to reduce the stress on electrical distribution equipment during fault
conditions by reducing the time it takes to clear the fault, while maintaining
system coordination between overcurrent protective devices.
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
A
During a short-circuit or ground-fault condition on a ZSI system, the device
directly ahead of the fault sends a signal upstream via control wiring to restrain
upstream circuit breakers from tripping and then trips with no intentional time
delay to clear the fault. Upstream devices which receive a restraint signal obey
their short-time and/or ground-fault delay settings to maintain coordination in
other areas of the system. Upstream devices that do not receive a restraint
signal trip with no intentional time delay.
Fault 1
B
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Fault 2
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Downstream
Circuit
Breakers
•
Fault 1—The upstream circuit breaker (A) will clear the fault with no
intentional delay, regardless of its time-delay setting.
•
Fault 2—Circuit breaker (B) will inform upstream circuit breaker (A) that it is
clearing the fault. This will prevent circuit breaker (A) from tripping
instantaneously. Circuit breaker (A) will trip at the end of its time delay setting
if the fault is not cleared during this time.
ZSI requires trip settings be coordinated so a downstream circuit breaker will trip
before an upstream circuit breaker under overload, short-circuit or ground-fault
conditions. Effective coordination requires a system coordination study. See data
bulletin 0100DB0501, Short Circuit Coordination for Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers.
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Restraint Interface Module (RIM)
The restraint interface module (RIM) is used to allow zone-selective interlocking communications
between circuit breakers with old Micrologic, Merlin Gerin™, or Federal Pioneer™ trip units and GC
series ground-fault relays. For 120 Vac/24 Vdc systems, use catalog number S48890. For 240 Vac/24
Vdc systems, use catalog number S48895.
Downstream circuit breakers with Micrologic 2.0A, 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0H, 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units can
restrain up to fifteen upstream circuit breakers with Micrologic 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0H, 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H
trip units without requiring a restraint interface module. If the number of upstream circuit breakers
exceeds fifteen, then a RIM is required.
Merlin Gerin
STR58 trip units
Square D
GC-200 relay
Square D
GC-100 relay
Micrologic
trip unit2
Downstream Device
(Sends output to RIM)
Micrologic
Series B trip unit
Upstream Device
(Receives input from RIM)
Federal Pioneer
USRC and USRCM trip units
RIM Requirements1
Table 86:
Micrologic Trip Unit2
15
R
R
15
15
R
Square D Micrologic Series B Trip Units
R
26
R
R
R
15
Square D GC-100 Relay
R
R
7
R
R
R
Square D GC-200 Relay
15
R
R
15
15
R
Merlin Gerin STR58 Trip Units
15
R
R
15
15
R
Merlin Gerin STR53 Trip Units
15
R
R
15
15
R
Federal Pioneer USRC and USRCM Trip Units
R
15
R
R
R
15
Square D Add-on Ground Fault Module for Equipment Protection
R
5
R
R
R
R
1
R = RIM is required.
Number denotes maximum number of upstream circuit breakers that can be restrained without requiring a RIM.
2
Includes 2.0A (as a downstream trip unit only), 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0P, 5.0H, 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units.
External Power Supply Module
When used with the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units, a power supply module makes it possible to:
•
•
•
•
Display currents less than 20% of sensor (In).
Maintain display of tripping causes after opening of the circuit breaker.
Store the value of the interrupted current (P and H trip units only).
The modules are not UL Listed.
Table 87:
External Power Supply Module
Power Supply Input
(+10%, -15%)
Output
Voltage
Output
Power
Cat. No.
24–30 Vdc Input
685823
48/60 Vdc Input
685824
125 Vdc Input
110–130 Vac Input
24 Vdc
5 VA/5 W
(Ripple < 5%)
685825
685826
200–240 Vac Input
685827
380–415 Vac Input
685829
External Battery Backup Module
The external battery backup module (Catalog No. 685831) provides up to twelve hours of backup
power for the power supply module.
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Test Equipment
Hand-Held Test Kit
The hand held test kit may be used to:
•
Verify trip unit operation, the mechanical operation of the circuit breaker, and the electrical
continuity of the connection between the tripping coil and the trip unit.
•
Supply control power to the trip unit for settings via the keypad when the circuit breaker is open
(Micrologic P and H trip units).
•
•
•
Inhibit thermal imaging for primary injection test (for Micrologic types A, P or H).
Inhibit ground fault for primary injection test (for Micrologic types A, P or H).
Self-restrain Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI) (for Micrologic types A, P or H).
Table 88:
Hand-held Test Kit Catalog Numbers
Device
Cat. No.
Hand-held Test Kit
S33594
Seven-pin Test Cable (for Connection Between Test Kit and Trip Unit)1
S48907
Two-pin Test Cable (for Connection Between Test Kit and Trip Unit)
S48908
1
Included in the test kit. Kit for replacement only.
Full-Function Test Kit
The full-function test kit consists of a signal-injection box which can be used alone or with a supporting
personal computer (PC). The optional test kit software is compatible with Windows® 95, 98 and
Windows NT® operating systems.
The test kit without a supporting PC may be used to check:
•
•
•
The mechanical operation of the circuit breaker
The electrical continuity of the connection between the tripping coil and the trip unit
Trip unit operation — for example:
— Display of settings
— Operating tests on the electronic component
— Automatic and manual tests on protection functions (trip curve verification)
— Tests on the Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI) function
— Inhibition of the ground-fault protection for equipment
— Inhibition of the thermal imaging
•
Save test data into test kit
The test kit with a supporting PC may be used to:
•
•
Print test data
Compare the real tripping curve with the curves available on the PC
Table 89:
Full-Function Test Kit Catalog Numbers
Device
Cat. No.
Full-function Test Kit
S33595
Seven-pin Test Cable (for Connection Between Test Kit and Trip Unit)1
S48907
230 Vac Filtered Power Cord1
S48856
120 Vac Filtered Power Cord1
S48855
1
Included in the test kit. Kit for replacement only.
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Circuit Breaker Terminations
Mechanical, Compression, and Distribution Lugs
The M-frame, P-frame and NS630b–NS1250 circuit breakers have mechanical lugs standard on both ends
of the unit-mounted circuit breakers. The M-frame and P-frame I-Line™ circuit breakers have mechanical
lugs standard on the O/OFF end only. These lugs are suitable for use with copper or aluminum wire. Rear
connectors, compression lugs and distribution lugs are available for special applications.
M-Frame Mechanical Lugs
M-Frame
Compression Lug
R-Frame
Compression Lug
P-Frame Mechanical Lugs
P-frame and NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers are also available in drawout construction. See
Section 8 for drawout cradle details.
The R-frame and NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers have terminal pads only (no lugs) for bus
connections on both ends. Terminal pads are required for the use of lugs on R-frame circuit breakers,
lugs are not available for NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers. See the section on R-frame and
NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers for information on terminal pad requirements. R-frame I-Line circuit
breakers have mechanical lugs standard on the O/OFF end only (AL1200R53K).
Copper mechanical lugs are available for use with copper wire only. These lugs can be factory
installed by adding an LC suffix to the circuit breaker catalog number for standard copper lugs and LD
suffix for high-amp copper lugs (M-frame, P-frame and NS630b–NS1250 ≤ 800 A circuit breakers
only). See the Digest or product selector or contact the field office for more information.
I-Line™ Jaw Configurations
Standard 3P I-Line circuit breakers are supplied with an ABC phase jaw connection. In applications
where the jaw configuration must be reversed, specify a CBA jaw configuration by adding the digit 6 to
the phasing position of the circuit breaker catalog number.
I-Line 2P circuit breakers are available in AC or CA phasing. Add the digit of the desired phasing to the
phasing position of the circuit breaker catalog number.
Table 90:
I-Line Phase Options
Phase Option Number
Phase Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
AB
AC
BA
BC
CA
CB
Standard
6
ABC
CBA
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Power Distribution Connectors
Power distribution connectors (PDCs) are available for M-frame, P-frame and NS630b–NS1250 unitmount circuit breakers as field-installable kits. They can be used for multiple load wire connections on
one circuit breaker. Each is UL Listed for copper wire only. Power distribution connectors are for use
on the O/OFF end of the circuit breaker only, and the O/OFF end must be connected to the load. PDCs
are for use in UL508 applications only.
PDC6P20
PDC12P4
Control Wire Terminations
Mechanical lug kits are available with provisions for control wire terminations. The control wire is
crimped to a standard ring-type wire crimp terminal (not included) and secured to the lug using the
#6-32 screw included in the kit. These lugs are UL and CSA Recognized as a circuit breaker
component.
These lugs are available factory installed or as field-installable kits. For factory-installed control wire
terminations, add the suffix from the table below in the lug option field of the catalog number.
Table 91:
Control Wire Termination
Termination Code
Control Wire Location
Control Wire Suffix
L
Both ends
LW
M
ON end only
LU
P
OFF end only
LV
Table 92:
Lug Kits
Lug Type
Catalog
Number
Used On
AL800M23K
Lugs
Circuit
Per
Breaker Type
Kit1
Max.
Amp.
Rating
Conductors/Lug
M-Frame, P-Frame ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS800
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3, 4
800
3
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
AL800P6K
M-Frame, P-Frame ≤ 800 A3,
NS630b–NS800
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3, 4
800
2
3/0 AWG–600 kcmil
(95–300 mm2)
AL800P7K
M-Frame, P-Frame ≤ 800 A3,
NS630b–NS800
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3
770
2
3/0 AWG–750 kcmil
(95–400 mm2);
Compact AL 750 kcmil
(400 mm2) only
AL1200P24K3
M-Frame, P-Frame > 800 A, optional for ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-mount,
I-Line
1
1200
4
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
P-Frame > 800 A, optional for ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount
3, 4
1200
4
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
AL1200R53K
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
1
1200
4
3/0 AWG–600 kcmil
(95–300 mm2)
AL1200P6KU
P-Frame > 800 A, optional for ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount
3
1200
3
350-600 kcmil
(185-300 mm2)
AL1200P7KU
P-Frame ≤ 800 A3,
NS630b–NS800
Unit-Mount
3
1155
3
3/0 AWG–750 kcmil
(95–400 mm2);
Compact AL 750 kcmil only
AL2500RK
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
Unit-Mount
2
2500
1
1/0 AWG–750 kcmil
(50–400 mm2)
Aluminum
Mechanical Lug2 AL1200P25K
No. Range
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Table 92:
Lug Type
Copper
Mechanical
Lugs4
Aluminum
Compression
Lugs
Lug Kits (continued)
Lugs
Circuit
Per
Breaker Type
Kit1
Max.
Amp.
Rating
Conductors/Lug
M-Frame, P-Frame ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS800
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3, 4
800
3
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
CU1200P24K
M-Frame, P-Frame > 800 A, optional for ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
1
1200
4
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
CU1200P25K
P-Frame > 800 A, optional for ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount
3, 4
800
4
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–250 mm2)
CU1200R53K
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
1
1200
4
3/0 AWG–600 kcmil
(95–300 mm2)
CU250P1K
M-Frame, P-Frame ≤ 800 A,
NS630b–NS800
PJ
3
150 A
1
1–1/0 AWG
(50 mm2)
YA250P3
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
1
250
1
2/0 AWG–300 kcmil
(70–150 mm2)
YA400P3
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
2
400
1
2/0 AWG–300 kcmil
(70–150 mm2)
YA1200R3
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
4
1200
1
2/0 AWG–300 kcmil
(70–150 mm2)
YA300P5
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
1
300
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
YA600P5
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
2
600
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
YA1200R5
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
4
1200
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
YA400P7
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
1
400
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
YA800P7
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
2
800
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
YA1200R7
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
4
1200
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
YA2500R7
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
Unit-Mount
2
2500
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
CYA400P5
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
1
400
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
CYA600P5
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
2
600
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
CYA1200R5
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
4
1200
1
4/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
CYA800R7
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
I-Line
2
800
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
CYA1200R7
R-Frame,
NS1600b–NS3200
I-Line
4
1200
1
500–750 kcmil
(240–400 mm2)
PDC12P4
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3
400
12
10–4 AWG
(6–25 mm2)
PDC12P44
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
4
400
12
10–4 AWG
(6–25 mm2)
PDC6P20
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
3
600
6
12–2/0 AWG
(25–70 mm2)
PDC6P204
M-Frame, P-Frame,
NS630b–NS1200
Unit-Mount,
I-Line
4
600
6
12–2/0 AWG
(25–70 mm2)
Catalog
Number
Used On
CU800M23K
Copper
Compression
Lugs4
Power
Distribution
Connectors
(Copper Only)
No. Range
1
For 4P circuit breakers, add “4” to kit catalog number (AL800M23K4 instead of AL800M23K).
2
For version with tapped hole for control wire add a T before the K to the kit catalog number (AL800M23TK instead of AL800M23K).
3
Does not fit onto I/ON end of unit-mount P-frame circuit breakers.
4
Not available with tapped hole for control wire.
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External Accessories
Phase Barriers
Phase barriers are available for M-frame, P-frame and NS630b–NS1600 unit-mount circuit breakers
with bus connections or with lugs ≤ 800 A. Phase barriers are also available for R-frame and
NS1600b–NS3200 unit-mount circuit breakers.
Table 93:
Phase Barriers
Used With
Cat. No.
M-Frame and P-Frame
S33646
R-Frame
S33998
Qty Per Kit
3
Electric Joint Compound
I-Line circuit breakers, I-Line busway plug-on units and I-Line panelboards and switchboards are
supplied with factory-applied joint compound on the plug-on connectors. The compound is especially
formulated for I-Line connections and contributes to the overall performance of the connection.
If the joint compound is removed, it must be reapplied. A two-ounce container of the compound
(Cat. No. PJC7201) is available.
Door-Mounted Operating Mechanisms
Door-mounted operating mechanisms are available for M- and P-frame circuit breakers. The Type L
door-mounted variable-depth operating mechanism feature heavy-duty, all-metal constructions. They
can be padlocked in the OFF position when the enclosure door is open. Handle assemblies can be
locked OFF with up to three padlocks, which also locks the door closed. Complete kits include a
handle assembly, operating mechanism, and shaft assembly, and are rated for NEMA Type 1, 3R and
12 enclosures. A door drilling template is supplied for ease of installation.
Table 94:
Operating
Mechanism
Handle
Assembly
Door-Mounted Operating Mechanisms
Description
Description
Circuit Breaker Mechanism
Type L
Handle Assembly2
Replacement Parts
Handle Assembly1
Shaft Mounting Depth Cat. No.
Painted, 8 inch
7.2–11.625 in.
(182–295 mm)
LW1
Painted, 8 inch
7.2–22.25 in.
(182–565 mm)
LW4
Type 3, 4
Painted, 8 inch
Chrome Plated, 8 inch
7.2–11.625 in.
(182–295 mm)
LHP48
Type 3, 4, 4X
Handle Assembly
Painted, 8 inch
—
LHP8
Operating Mechanism
—
—
LW7
Standard Shaft
—
7.2–11.625 in.
(182–295 mm)
LS8
Long Shaft
—
7.2–22.25 in.
(182–565 mm)
LS10
1
Painted handles are painted flat black, with the base ring silver.
2
Due to gasketing, NEMA 3 and 4 handle assemblies are NOT trip indicating.
LCP48
Handle Extension
Handle extensions are available for M- and P-frame circuit breakers. Order catalog number 33195.
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Rotary Operating Handles
P-frame and NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers are available with standard black directly-mounted
(IP-40) or door-mounted / telescopic door-mounted (IP-55) rotary handles. The rotary handles are
factory-installed and available with two early-break or two early-make contacts.
Table 95:
Rotary Operated Handles
Device
Switches
Direct Mounted, Standard Black Handle
Door Mounted, Standard Black Handle
—
Factory-Installed
Cat. No. Suffix
RD10
Two Early-Break and Two Early-Make Switches
RD16
—
RE10
Two Early-Break and Two Early-Make Switches
RE16
Rotary Handle Replacement Kit
—
S33875
Replacement Handles
Replacement handle assemblies are available for R-frame and NS1600b–NS3200 circuit breakers.
Replacement toggle handle extensions, including an optional longer handle extension, are available
for M-frame, P-frame, and NS630b–NS1600 circuit breakers.
Table 96:
Replacement Handles for M-, P-, and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Description
Frame
Field-Installed Cat. No.
Standard
R-Frame
S33997
Standard Short
M-, P-Frame
S46998
Long
M-, P-Frame
S46996
Door Escutcheons
Accessory cover door escutcheons are available for all M-frame, P-frame, R-frame and NS630b–
NS3200 circuit breakers. Toggle door escutcheons are also available for fixed-mounted, P-frame,
manually-operated circuit breakers.
Table 97:
Door Escutcheons for M-, P-, and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Description
Frame
Field-Installed Cat. No.
M-, P-Frame
S33718
R-Frame
S33929
Toggle Handle
M-, P-Frame
S33717
Drawout
P-Frame
S33857
Accessory Cover
Locking Accessories
Field-installable handle padlock attachments are available for manually-operated circuit breakers. These
attachments will accommodate three padlocks with a shackle diameter of 3/16–5/16 in. (5–8 mm) and will
lock the circuit breaker in the O/OFF position only.
A handle padlock attachment is also available for locking manually-operated circuit breakers in either
the I/ON or O/OFF position. This attachment will accommodate three padlocks with a shackle diameter
of 3/16–5/16 in. (5–8 mm) and is available as factory or field installation.
Kirk® key interlock brackets are also available for locking circuit breakers in the O/OFF position only.
Not available for drawout P-frame or NS630b–NS1600.
Circuit breakers with rotary handles come standard with provision for padlocking the handle in the O/OFF
position only. Key locks are also available for locking the circuit breaker in the I/ON or O/OFF positions.
A keylock or padlock provision for padlocking the circuit breaker in the O/OFF position is optional on
electrically-operated P-frame and NS-630b–NS1600 circuit breakers.
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Table 98:
Locks and Interlocking
M- and P-Frame
Device
Handle
Padlocking
Device
Interlocking
(Not UL listed)
Field-Installed
Cat. No.
Factory-Installed
Cat. No. Suffix
Field-Installed
Cat. No.
Removable (Lock Off or On)
—
—
—
—
Removable (Lock Off Only)
—
S44936
—
S33996
Fixed (Lock Off or On)
YP
S32631
YP
S32631
Fixed (Lock Off Only)
YQ
MPRPAF
YQ
MPRPAF
Mechanical for Circuit Breakers with Rotary Handles
—
S338901
—
—
Provision Only, Vertical Mount,
1 key interlock including padlock
provision, open position only
JE1
—
JE1
—
Kirk
Provision Only, Vertical Mount, 1 or
Kirk
2 Locks
JA
—
—
—
Provision Only, Horizontal Mount
Kirk
JK
—
JK
—
1 Lock, M- and P-Frame
Ronis
JB
—
JB
—
1 or 2 Locks, R-Frame
Profalux
JD
—
JD
—
Provision and 1 Lock, Vertical
Mount
Kirk
JG
—
—
—
Kirk
JL
—
JL
—
Ronis
JC
—
JC
—
Profalux
JF
—
JF
—
Provision and 2 Locks Keyed Alike,
Kirk
Vertical Mount
JN
—
—
—
Provision and 2 Locks Keyed Alike,
Kirk
Horizontal Mount
—
—
JN
—
Provision and 2 Locks Keyed
Differently, Vertical Mount
Kirk
JP
—
—
—
Provision and 2 Locks Keyed
Differently, Horizontal Mount
Kirk
—
—
JP
—
Key Locking
Provision and 1 Lock, Horizontal
Mount
1
Factory-Installed
Cat. No. Suffix
Description
R-Frame
Not available on M-frame, motor-operated P-frame, or I-Line circuit breakers.
Sub-Feed Lugs
Sub-feed lug kits are UL Listed for use on Listed equipment. They have plug-on jaw construction and
plug on to the I-Line bus stack in the same manner as branch circuit breakers. Lugs on these devices
accommodate the same wire sizes as the equivalent ampere rated circuit breakers.
Table 99:
Plug-On Lug
Kit Cat. No.
I-Line Sub-Feed Lug Kit Terminations
Poles
Mounting Ampere
Height
Rating
Lug
Catalog No.
Wire Size
Conductors Per Lug
3
SL800M5
3
800 A
—
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
SL1200P5
3
1200 A
—
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
4
SL1200P6
3
1200 A
—
350–600 kcmil
(185–300 mm2)
3
SL1200P7
3
1200 A
—
3/0 AWG–750 kcmil
(95–400 mm2)
2
S33931
3
9 in.
1200 A
AL1200P24K
3/0 AWG–500 kcmil
(95–240 mm2)
4
S33930
3
15 in.
1200 A
AL1200R53K
3/0 AWG–600 kcmil
(95–300 mm2)
4
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Section 10—P-Frame Cradles and Cradle Accessories
Circuit Breaker and Cradle Design
A
06123146
D
E
B
B
F
G
H
Drawout Circuit Breaker
A—Terminal Cover
B—Lifting Tabs
C—Extension Rail Handle
D—Padlock Provision
E—Position Indicator
F—Crank Insertion Opening
G—Stop Release Button
H—Crank Storage Space
C
Cradle
NOTE: See page 19 for cradle catalog numbers.
Drawout Mechanism
The drawout assembly mechanism allows the circuit breaker to be racked in four positions (connected,
test, disconnected, or withdrawn), as shown in the figure below.
Connected Position
Secondary Contacts
Disconnected Position
Test Position
Withdrawn Position
Clusters (UL)
Stabs (UL)
NOTE: For UL/CSA Listed devices, the clusters are mounted on the circuit breaker and the stabs are on the cradle.
For IEC devices, the clusters are mounted on the cradle and the stabs are mounted on the circuit breaker.
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Connectors
Table 100:
Available Connectors
Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
(RCTV)
Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
Cradle Accessories
Cradle Position Switches
Three optional cradle position switches are available for the cradle:
•
•
Cradle position switches (CE) to indicate the connected position.
•
Cradle position switches (CT) to indicate the test position. In this position, the power circuits are
disconnected and the auxiliary circuits are connected.
Cradle position switches (CD) to indicate the disconnected position. This position is indicated when
the required clearance for isolation of the power and auxiliary circuits is reached.
Table 101:
Cradle Position Switches
Switch Type
CE
CD
CT
Maximum Push-In Switches
3
2
1
Breaking Capacity at a
Power Factor (pf) of 0.3
1
Cat. No.
CE
CD
CT
3
2
1
Standard: 10 mA/24 V Min. Load
Low-Level: 1 mA/4 V Min. Load1
240 Vac
8A
24-48 Vac
5A
380 Vac
8A
240 Vac
5A
480 Vac
8A
380 Vac
5A
600-690 Vac
6A
24-48 Vdc
2.5 A
S33170
24-48 Vdc
2.5 A
125 Vdc
0.8 A
125 Vdc
0.8 A
250 Vdc
0.3 A
250 Vdc
0.3 A
Cat. No.
S33171
If the maximum voltage and current is exceeded, the low-level function of the switch will be lost but the switch will continue to
function as a standard switch with standard switch specifications.
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Cradle Locking and Interlocking
Disconnected Position Locking
The circuit breaker can be locked in the disconnected position by key interlock (optional, catalog
number S33772 ) or padlock (standard). The key interlock is on the cradle and accessible with the door
locked.
Kirk key interlocks are available for UL/CSA circuit breakers. Key is captive when circuit breaker is
closed.
•
Locking in all positions (disconnected, test, and connected) is possible. Factory standard setting is
locking in disconnected position.
RONIS
•
RONIS
Door Interlock
The door interlock (catalog number S33786) prevents the compartment door from being opened when
the circuit breaker is in the connected or test position. If the circuit breaker is put into the connected
position with the door open, the door can be closed without disconnecting the circuit breaker. For
greater protection, this interlock can be used in conjunction with the open door racking interlock.
OOFF
push
O OFF
Open Door Racking Interlock
The racking interlock (catalog number S33788 ) prevents racking in the circuit breaker when the door is
open. (Insertion of the circuit breaker racking crank is not possible when the compartment door is
open.)
Cradle Rejection Kits
The cradle rejection feature (optional, catalog number S33767 ) ensures that only the properly
designated circuit breaker or switch is matched with the selected cradle assembly.
Miscellaneous Accessories
Shutter and Shutter Lock
The shutters automatically block access to the main disconnects when the circuit breaker is in the
disconnected, test, or fully withdrawn position. The shutter lock is used to prevent connection of the
circuit breaker or to lock the shutters in the closed position.
The optional shutter assembly (catalog number
S48933 )
consists of shutter and padlock provision.
Door Escutcheon (CDP)
The door escutcheon (catalog number
S33857 )
provides a frame and seal for the circuit breaker.
Transparent Cover for Door Escutcheon (CCP) (P-Frame Only)
The door escutcheon cover (catalog number S33859) is hinge-mounted and is designed to be installed
on the door escutcheon for the P-frame drawout circuit breaker.
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Wiring Diagrams
Figure 11:
Terminal Layout for Push-In Connector Installation
CD2
824
822
821
CD1
814
812
811
Com UC1 UC2
E5 E6 Z5 M1 M2 M3
E3 E4 Z3 Z4 T3 T4
E1 E2 Z1 Z2 T1 T2
UC3
F2+
VN
F1-
UC4
V3
V2
V1
M6C CAF2 CAF1 SDE MN/MX SD CAO2 CAO1
84 D2/C12 94 524
514
Q3
544
534
512
82
92 522
542
532
Q2
C13
81 D1/C11 91 521
511
Q1
541
531
OF3 OF2 OF1
34
24
14
32
22 12
31
21
11
CE3
334
332
331
CE2
324
322
321
CE1
314
312
311
CT1
914
912
911
Connector
Recommended Wire Size
E1–E2
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) MIN shielded pair
cable or twisted pair copper wires
2
pairs
E3–E6, Q1, Q2, Q3 22 AWG (0.3 mm ) shielded twisted
with drain (Belden 8723 or equal)3
Function Connector Description
Auxiliary
Contacts
Rotary
Handle
Contacts
Cradle
Contacts
Remote
Operation
OF
Open/Closed circuit breaker or switch
position contacts
Z1–Z5
22 AWG (0.3 mm2)
V1, V2, V3, Vn
22–16 AWG (0.3–1.5 mm2)
T
22 AWG (0.3 mm2) stranded shielded cable
OF, SD, SDE
18–16 AWG (0.8–1.5 mm2)
MN, MX
18–14 AWG (0.8–2.5 mm2)
F
Size per aux 24 Vdc power supply
Trip Unit Type
Basic A P H Connector Description
—
X
X
X
Com: E1-E6 Communication
—
X
X
X
UC1: Z
CAO
Early break contact
CAF
Early make contact
Z1 = ZSI OUT signal
CD
Disconnected position contacts
Z2 = ZSI OUT
CE
Connected position contacts
Z3 = ZSI IN signal
CT
Test position contacts
Z4 = ZSI IN short time
SDE
Electrical fault alarm contact
Z5 = ZSI IN ground fault
SD
Alarm contact
—
X
X
X
UC1: M1
Modified differential ground fault (MDGF)
MN
Undervoltage trip device
—
X
X
X
UC2: T
External neutral
MX1
Shunt trip
—
X
X
X
UC2: M
Modified differential ground fault (MDGF)
—
X
X
X
UC3: F
24 Vdc external power supply (F1 -, F2 +)
—
— X
X
UC3: Vn
External neutral plug
—
— X
X
UC4
External phase voltage sensing
—
— X
X
M6C
Six programmable contacts
1 When
networked MXF coils are used, terminal C3 must be connected
to line even if the communication module is not installed.
Zone-selective Interlocking
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Wiring Diagrams for Auxiliary Connections
A
C13
Wiring of the COM
varies with
available options.
See Figure 13.
C12
Remote Operation
Trip Unit
Power
D2
Figure 12:
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
MN
MX
or
Circuit Breaker
Communication
Module (BCM)
C
C11
D1
B
D
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker in tripped position.
A–Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B–Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C–For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instruction Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D–24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
E–For proper wiring of the FDM, refer to user guide 5100512864A-02.
CE3 CE2 CE1
912 Test
Position
CT1
911
811
821
511
521
531
541
91
81
11
21
CD2 CD1
31
914
822
824
Disconnected
812
814
512
514
CAO1
311
CAO2
321
CAF1
522
524
Open
Closed
CAF2
532
534
542
544
Fault
SD
331
SDE
92
94
82
84
Fault
Closed
Open
32
34
22
24
12
14
OF3 OF2 OF1
332
Connected
334
322
324
312
314
Cell Switches
Auxiliary Contacts
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Figure 13 – Wiring Diagrams for the COM Option
Wiring of the I/O Modules
ULP cord
I/O Module
Circuit Breaker
ULP cord
Black
White
Blue
Red
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
Circuit Breaker
Communication
Module (BCM)
Microswitches
Connected to BCM
Wiring of the COM Option (Modbus BCM ULP and CCM Modules
A. Modbus RS 485 2-wire
without ULP module
External power supply
24 V c
External power supply
24 V c
- +
Micrologic P/H
+ -
+ -
EGX100
Rx- Rx+ Tx- Tx+
Modbus
Com
Address
47
External power supply
24 V c
- +
A
B. Modbus RS 485 2-wire + ULP
with ULP module
- +
A. Modbus RS 485 4-wire
without ULP module
+ -
EGX100
Rx- Rx+ Tx- Tx+
Baud-rat
e
19.2 k
EGX100
Rx- Rx+ Tx- Tx+
The B configuration is
Typical for all CCMs.
See cell switches
Page 124.
only possible with CCM
4W, 2W+UL
P
4wires
marked Schneider Electric
on the front face.
4W, 2W+UL
P
A
B
A’
B’
+ FDM121
+ -
version > V2.0.2
CCM
A
B
A’
B’
+ -
Network
B’
Network
A’
A
B
A’
B’
Breaker
Baud-rate
19.2 k
2w+ULP
B
CCM
Breaker
Address
+ A
A
B
A’
B’
CCM
Breaker
+ -
Modbus
Com
Network
B
Micrologic P/H
A
B
A’
B’
+ -
+ -
Circuit Breaker
ULP Cord
Red Black
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
A’ / Rx- D0
B’ / Rx+ D1
B / Tx+ D1
0V
customer terminal block
A / Tx- D0
24 V
B’ / Rx+ D1
B / Tx+ D1
A’ / Rx- D0
0V
A / Tx- D0
24 V
B’ / Rx+ D1
B / Tx+ D1
A’ / Rx- D0
0V
A / Tx- D0
24 V
customer terminal block
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
White Blue
customer terminal block
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Section 10—P-Frame Cradles and Cradle Accessories
Figure 14:
Communication Components and FDM121 Connections
Ethernet
Modbus-SL
External power supply
24 Vdc
External power supply
24 Vdc
A
- +
B
- +
D0 = A’ / Rx-, A / TxD1 = B’ / Rx+, B / Tx+
24VDC
ETH1
D
IFM
4.3 ft.
(1.3 m)
9.8 ft.
(3 m)
ETH2
D
IFE
OR
E
0.98 ft.
(0.35 m)
F
C
Red Black
LV434195
LV434196
B’ / Rx+ D1
A’ / Rx- D0
B / Tx+ D1
A / Tx- D0
0V
24 V
Lengths up to 32.9 ft. (10 m) are
possible using extensions.
Customer Terminal Block
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
White Blue
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
B’ / Rx+ D1
•
A’ / Rx- D0
Cord is available in three lengths:
0.98 ft. (0.35 m), 4.3 ft. (1.3 m) and
9.8 ft. (3 m).
Red Black
White Blue
B / Tx+ D1
•
A / Tx- D0
PowerPact and Compact circuit
breakers are connected to the ULP
devices (FDM121 display, IFM, IFE or
I/O module) via the circuit breaker ULP
cord.
0V
24 V
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
Connections
F
C
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
LV434197
E
Customer Terminal Block
Modbus Network
Ethernet Network
Circuit Breaker ULP Cord
FDM Display
ULP Termination
ULP Cable
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Dimensions for M-Frame Circuit Breakers
Figure 15:
M-Frame Individually-Mounted Circuit Breaker Enclosure Mounting Holes and
Door Cutouts
(199)
(199)
(194)
(6,5)
(6,5)
(200)
(8)
(16)
(120,5)
(200)
(216)
(76,5)
(71)
(2,5)
(87)
(48)
(244)
(199)
(6,5)
(200)
(144)
(200)
(266)
(64)
(6,5)
(22,5)
(199)
(39)
(33)
(121)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
M-Frame Individually-Mounted 3P 800 A Circuit Breaker with Lugs on Both Ends
(199)
(99,5)
(5,5)
Figure 16:
(200)
(210)
(188)
(12,5)
(113)
(64,9)
(7,5)
(6,5)
(107,8)
(146,8)
(97,6)
(204,6)
(11)
(126,9)
(70)
(70)
(326,6)
(210)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
128
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)
(5,5
(5,3)
(10,6)
(17)
(25)
(36,6)
(199)
(99,5)
(35,6)
M-Frame Individually-Mounted 3P 800 A Circuit Breaker without Lugs
(5,5)
Figure 17:
(9,2)
(18,3)
(29)
(44)
(25)
Partial View B
(opposite side)
(200)
(15)
(17)
(9,5)
(258)
(29)
(210)
(11)
Partial View A
(opposite side)
(113)
(12,5)
(188)
(7,5)
(64,9)
(6,5)
(126,9)
(16,5)
(107,8)
(97,6)
(146,8)
(204,4)
(11)
(70)
(326,6)
(70)
(210)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
129
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Dimensions for P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Circuit Breakers
Table 102:
Enclosure Dimensions
Circuit Breaker Enclosure Dimensions (H x W x D)
Ventilation Area
in.
mm
Top
Circuit Breaker Rating
Bottom
≤ 800 A, 100% rated
51.9 x 20.25 x 7.75
1318.3 x 514.4 x 196.9
–
–
–
≤ 1200 A, standard rated
51.9 x 20.25 x 7.75
1318.3 x 514.4 x 196.9
–
–
–
–
> 800 A, 100% rated
62.25 x 23 x 14.75
1581.2 x 584.2 x 374.7
16.5 in.2
10,645 mm2
16.5 in.2
10,645 mm2
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Circuit Breaker Enclosure
Mounting Holes and Door Cutouts
4.69
(119,0)
7.87
(200,0)
8.50
(216,0)
0.31
(8,0)
7.64
(194,0)
7.83
(199,0)
Handle Cutout
Accessory Cover Cutout
(Toggle Mech Only)
2.52
(64,0)
4X Ø 0.26
(6,5)
5.67
(144,0)
7.87
(200,0)
4X Ø 0.26
(6,5)
10.47
(266,0)
2.52
(64,0)
2.80
(71,0)
0.10
(2,5)
7.83
(199,0)
1.30
(33,0)
4X Ø 0.26
(6,5)
7.87
(200,0)
3.01
(76,5)
4X Ø 0.26
(6,5)
7.87
(200,0)
Figure 18:
–
7.83
(199,0)
9.61
(244,0)
4.76
(121,0)
7.83
(199,0)
0.89
(22,5)
1.54
(39,0)
Handle Escutcheon Cutout
(Toggle Mech Only)
Accessory Cover Escutcheon Cutout
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
48096-320-01
Off
Tripped
2.50 2.49
12.86 (63,6) (63,3)
(326,6)
4.23
(107,5)
in.
(mm)
48096-353-01
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
4.23
(107,5)
3.84
(97,6)
12.86
(326,6)
2.50 2.49
(63,6) (63,3)
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
At Max
5.77
(146,5)
Off
Tripped
Dimensions:
Top View
7.87
(200,0)
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
5°
0.22
(5,5)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 800 A
with Lugs on Both Ends
8.07
(205,0)
On
3.92
(99,5)
7.83
(199,0)
Back View
Figure 20:
4.45
(113,0)
25 °
28 °
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
8.27
(210,0)
Side View
8.27
(210,0)
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
At Max
3.84
(97,6)
On
4.45
(113,0)
25°
28°
5°
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
8.07
(205,0)
5.77
(146,5)
8.27
(210,0)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 800 A
with Lugs on Both Ends
7.87
(200,0)
Figure 19:
2.76
2.76
2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
11.02
(280,0)
3.92
(99,5)
0.22
(5,5)
10.59
(269,0)
Back View
Top View
Side View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
4.45
(113,0)
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
25°
28°
On
Off
Tripped
5°
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
5.77
(146,5)
4.23
(107,5)
3.84
(97,6)
16.26
(413,0)
8.07
(205,0)
At Max
4.00
(101,5)
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
7.87
(200,0)
8.27
(210,0)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 3P Circuit Breaker > 800 A
with Lugs on Both Ends
48096-321-01
Figure 21:
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
8.27
(210,0)
2.50
4.19
(63,6) (106,5)
3.92
(99,5)
7.83
(199,0)
Top View
Back View
Side View
4.45
(113,0)
28 °
On
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 4P Circuit Breaker > 800 A
with Lugs on Both Ends
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
25 °
Off
Tripped
5°
At Max
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
2.50
(63,6)
4.19
(106,5)
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
8.07
(205,0)
5.77
(146,5)
4.23
(107,5)
3.84
(97,6)
4.00
(101,5)
16.26
(413,0)
in.
(mm)
48096-354-01
8.27
(210,0)
Dimensions:
7.87
(200,0)
Figure 22:
0.22
(5,5)
2.76
2.76
2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
11.02
(280,0)
Back View
Side View
3.92
(99,5)
10.59
(269,0)
Top View
Dimensions:
0.22
(5,5)
in.
(mm)
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 23:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 3P Circuit Breaker without Lugs
0.37
(9,5)
0.67
(17,0)
1.73
(44,0)
0.98
(25,0)
0.59
(15,0)
3
0.4 )
,0
(11
10.16
(258,0)
7.87
(200,0)
0.72
(18,3)
0.36
(9,1)
1.14
(29,0)
1.40
(35,5)
0.21
(5,3)
0.41
(10,5)
3.92
(199,0)
0.22
(5,5)
7.83
(199,0)
8.27
(210,0)
4.45
(113,0)
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
0.65
(16,5)
12.86
(326,6)
3.84
(97,6)
2.11
(53,5)
8.07
(205,0)
1.86
(47,2)
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
5.77
(146,5)
4.23
(107,5)
2.30
(58,3)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
8.27
(2015,0)
2.50 2.49
(63,6) (63,3)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 24:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 4P Circuit Breaker without Lugs
0.37
(9,5)
1.73
(44,0)
0.98
(25,0)
3
0.4 )
,0
(11
10.16
(258,0)
7.87
(200,0)
0.59
(15,0)
0.72
(18,3)
0.36
(9,1)
1.14
(29,0)
0.40
(35,5)
0.21
(5,3)
0.67
(17,0)
0.41
(10,5)
3.92
(99,5)
0.22
(5,5)
10.59
(269,0)
8.27
(210,0)
4.45
(113,0)
0.30
(7,5)
0.49
(12,5)
7.40
(188,0)
2.56
(64,9)
0.65
(16,5)
12.86
(326,6)
3.84
(97,6)
2.11
(53,5)
8.07
(205,0)
1.86
(47,2)
0.26
(6,5)
0.43
(11,0)
5.77
(146,5)
4.23
(107,5)
2.30
(58,3)
2.76 2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
2.50 2.49
(63,6) (63.6)
11.02
(280,0)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
134
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 3P
Circuit Breaker ≤ 800 A with Lugs on Both Ends
8.27
(210,0)
7.40
(188,0)
2.66
0.43
(67,6)
(11,0)
6.91
(175,5)
4.23
(107,5)
7.17
(182,0)
0.30
(7,5)
7.87
(200,0)
2.30
(58,3)
48096-348-01
Figure 25:
2.49
(63,3)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
12.86
(326,6)
3.92
(99,5)
7.83
(199,0)
8.27
(210,0)
Side View
Back View
Top View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 4P
Circuit Breaker ≤ 800 A with Lugs on Both Ends
48096-356-01
Figure 26:
0.22
(5,5)
7.40
8.27
(210,0)
2.30
(58,3)
(188,0)
Side View
0.43
(11,0)
4.23
(107,5)
6.91
(175,5)
7.17
(182,0)
2.49
(63,3)
12.86
(326,6)
2.66
(67,6)
7.87
(200,0)
0.30
(7,5)
3.92
(99,5)
2.76 2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
0.22
(5,5)
10.59
(269,0)
11.02
(280,0)
Top View
Dimensions:
Back View
in.
(mm)
135
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 3P
Circuit Breaker > 800 A with Lugs on Both Ends
48096-249-01
Figure 27:
7.41
(188,0)
(210,0)
4.00
2.66
(67,6)
0.30
(101,5)
0.43
(11,0)
7.87
(200,0)
8.27
7.17
(182,0)
6.91
(175,5)
4.23
(107,5)
(7,5)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
8.27
(210,0)
4.19
(106,5)
16.26
(413,0)
3.92
(99,5)
7.83
(199,0)
Top View
48096-357-01
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 4P
Circuit Breaker > 800 A with Lugs on Both Ends
7.41
(188,0)
8.27
(210,0)
4.00
2.66
(67,6)
0.30
0.43
(11,0)
4.19
16.26
(413,0)
4.23
(107,5)
6.91
(175,5)
7.17
(182,0)
(7,5)
(106,5)
2.76 2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
11.02
(280,0)
10.59
(269,0)
3.92
(99,5)
Top View
Side View
in.
(mm)
7.87
(200,0)
Figure 28:
(101,5)
Dimensions:
Back View
Side View
0.22
(5,5)
Back View
0.22
(5,5)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
136
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 29:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 3P
Circuit Breaker without Lugs
48096-352-1
1.73
(44,0)
0.37
(9,5)
.43
Ø0 1,0)
(1
0.67
(17,0)
0.21
(5,3)
0.41
(10,5)
7.87
(200,0)
0.72
(18,3)
10.16
(258,0)
0.36
(9,1)
1.14
(29,0)
0.59
(15,0)
1.40
(35,5)
0.98
(25,0)
3.92
(99,5)
A
7.83
(199,0)
Partial View A
(far side) scale1/1
Top View
7.40
(188,0)
8.27
(210,0)
2.66
(67,6)
4.23
(107,5)
7.17
(182,0)
12.86
(326,6)
6.91
(175,5)
0.30
(7,5)
2.30
(58,3)
0.22
(5,5)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
8.27
(210,0)
2.49
(63,3)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
137
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 30:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted Electrically-Operated 4P
Circuit Breaker without Lugs
48096-359-01
1.73
(44,0)
0.37
(9,5)
0.98
(25,0)
.43
Ø0 1,0)
(1
0.21
(5,3)
0.41
(10,5)
0.67
(17,0)
7.87
(200,0)
10.16
(258,0)
0.72
(18,3)
0.36
(9,1)
1.14
(29,0)
0.59
(15,0)
1.40
(35,5)
Top View
7.40
(188,0)
2.66
(67,6)
7.17
(182,0)
6.91
(175,5)
4.23
(107,5)
0.30
(7,5)
12.86
(326,6)
0.22
(5,5)
10.59
(269,0)
Partial View A
(far side) scale1/1
8.27
(210,0)
2.30
(58,3)
3.92
(99,5)
A
2.76
2.76
2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
11.02
(280,0)
2.49
(63,3)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
138
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P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 3P Circuit Breaker with
Rotary Handle
48096-351-01
Figure 31:
1.40
(35,5)
1.73
(44,0)
0.37
(9,5)
0.98
(25,0)
0.99
(25,1)
43
Ø0. ,0)
1
( 1
0.67
(17,0)
0.21
(5,3)
0.41
(10,5)
10.16
(258,0)
7.87
(200,0)
4.88
(124,1)
0.59
(15,0)
0.72
(18,3)
1.14
(29,0)
0.36
(9,1)
1
Ø6.3 0,2)
(16
Partial View A
(far side) scale 1/1
0.98
(25,0)
A
3.92
(99,5)
7.83
(199,0)
Top View
7.40
(188,0)
4.87
(123,6)
8.27
(210,0)
7.68
(195,0)
0.30
(7,5)
0.26
(6,5)
6.32
(160,5)
4.23
(107,5)
2.11
(53,5)
1.86
(47,2)
7.46
(189,5)
0.43
(11,0)
9.04
(229,5)
2.30
(58,3)
0.22
(5,5)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
2.49
(63,3)
12.86
(326,6)
8.27
(210,0)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
139
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P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 Individually-Mounted 4P Circuit Breaker with
Rotary Handle
48096-358-01
Figure 32:
1.73
(44,0)
0.37
(9,5)
0.98
(25,0)
0.99
(25,1)
43
Ø0. ,0)
(11
1
Ø6.3 0,2)
(16
0.67
(17,0)
0.21
(5,3)
0.41
(10,5)
7.87
(200,0)
4.88
(124,1)
0.59
(15,0)
0.72
(18,3)
10.16
(258,0)
(9,1)
1.14
(29,0)
0.36
1.40
(35,5)
Partial View A
(far side) scale 1/1
0.98
(25,0)
3.92
(99,5)
0.22
(5,5)
10.59
(269,0)
Top View
A
7.40
(188,0)
4.87
(123,6)
8.27
(210,0)
7.68
(195,0)
0.26
(6,5)
0.30
(7,5)
4.23
(107,5)
2.11
(53,5)
1.86
(47,2)
6.32
(160,5)
0.43
(11,0)
9.04
(229,5)
7.46
(189,5)
2.30
(58,3)
2.76
2.76
2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
2.49
(63,3)
12.86
(326,6)
11.02
(280,0)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
Figure 33:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 3P Drawout Circuit Breaker Door Cutout
10.19
(259)
10.19
(259)
11.88
(302)
9.02
(229)
5.13
(130)
4.27
(109)
10.15
(258)
9.02
(229)
10.15
(258)
in.
(mm)
6.31
(160)
12.03
(306)
7.17
(182)
19.21
(488)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
140
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Figure 34:
10.19
(259)
11.76
(299)
10.19
(259)
10.15
(258)
5.13
(130)
4.27
(109)
11.88
(302)
10.15
(258)
11.76
(299)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 4P Drawout Circuit Breaker Door Cutout
6.31
(160)
12.03
(306)
7.17
(182)
in.
(mm)
Dimensions:
Figure 35:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 3P Drawout Circuit Breaker Rear Cutout
t
8.08
(205)
0.33
(9)
4.61
(117)
1.97
(50)
9.22
(234)
5.91
(150)
4.04
(103)
4.29
(109)
8.51
(216)
8.59
(218)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
141
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Figure 36:
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 4P Drawout Circuit Breaker Rear Cutout
t
10.83
(275)
4.04
(103)
4.61
(117)
1.97
(50)
9.22
(234)
5.91
(150)
0.33
(8)
4.29
(109)
11.35
(288)
8.52
(216)
Dimensions:
P-Frame Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Connectors
3.54
(90)
3.54
(90)
0.98
(25)
3.94
(100)
Figure 37:
in.
(mm)
0.25
(6)
2.62
(67)
0.45
(11)
5.91
(150)
2.95
(75)
1.73
(44)
5.33
(135)
4.85
(123)
5.33
(135)
7.83
(199)
6.26
(159)
6.86
(175)
0.63
(16)
11.34
(288)
1.73
(44)
0.87
(22)
2.76
(70)
2.76
(70)
0.75
(19)
11.19
(284)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
142
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Figure 38:
P-Frame Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Connectors
6.30
(160)
3.55
(90)
3.92
(100)
0.98
(25)
0.25
(6)
6.86
(175)
2.76
(70)
2.62
(67)
5.92
(150)
0.63
(16)
2.95
(75)
5.33
(135)
2.76
(70)
1.73
(44)
4.85
(123)
5.33
(135)
7.83
(199)
2.76
(70)
0.45
(11)
0.87
(22)
6.32
(161)
1.73
(44)
7.80
(198)
9.11
(231)
0.75
(19)
11.19
(284)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
143
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Front-Connected Flat
(FCF) Connectors
3.54 Y 3.54
(90,0)
(90,0)
0.98
(25,0)
48096-368-01
Figure 39:
3.94
(100,0)
Z
Ø0
(8, .33
5)
Top View
Z
.43
Ø0 11,0)
(
13.23
(336,0)
6.89 Min
(175,0)
2.64
(67,0)
X
0.49
(12,5)
5.55
(141,0)
X
4.84
(123,0)
0.59
(15,0)
2.95
(75,0)
5.91
(150,0)
6.73
(171,0)
7.83
(199,0)
Y
6.34
5.04
(161,0)
(128,0)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
9.09
(231,0)
9.25
(235,0)
0.98
(25,0)
1.73
(44,0)
0.87
(22,0)
Back View
Side View
1.79
(45,5)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
144
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Front-Connected Flat
(FCF) Connectors
3.54
(90,0)
Y
6.30
(160,0)
0.98
(25,0)
48096-371-01
Figure 40:
3.94
(100,0)
Z
Ø0
(8, .33
5)
Z
Top View
Y
13.23
(336,0)
X
4.84
(123,0)
5.51
(140,0)
X
2.64
(67,0)
0.59
(15,0)
2.95
(25,0)
5.91
(100,0)
7.83
(199,0)
6.73
(171,0)
2.76 2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
6.89 Min
(175,0)
0.98
(25,0)
1.73
(44,0)
7.80
(198,0)
0.87
(22,0)
6.34
(161,0)
9.09
(231,0)
9.25
(235,0)
0.49
(12,5)
.43 )
Ø011,0
(
Back View
Side View
1.79
(45,5)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
145
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
P-Frame Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
(RCTV) Connectors
3.54
(90)
3.54
(90)
0.98
(25)
3.94
(100)
Figure 41:
0.25
(6)
0.37
(10)
6.86
(175)
5.06
(128)
2.62
(67)
0.45
(11)
1.73
(44)
4.85
(123)
5.91
(150)
2.95
(75)
7.83
(199)
6.32
(161)
0.87
(22)
2.76
(70)
3.54
(90)
0.75
(19)
2.76
(70)
3.54
(90)
1.73
(44)
9.11
(231)
12.67
(322)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
146
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 42:
P-Frame Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
(RCTV) Connectors
3.54
(90)
6.30
(160)
3.92
(100)
0.98
(25)
0.25
(6)
0.37
(10)
6.86
(175)
2.62
(67)
8.99
(228)
0.87
(22)
4.50
(114)
4.85
(123)
5.91
(150)
7.83
(199)
0.45
(11)
2.76
(70)
6.32
(161)
2.76
(70)
2.76
(70)
1.73
(44)
0.75
(19)
7.80
(198)
1.73
(44)
9.11
(231)
12.67
(322)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
147
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Rear-Connected “T”
Vertical (RCTV) Connectors
3.54 Y 3.54
(90,0)
(90,0)
0.98
(25,0)
48096-366-01
Figure 43:
3.94
(100,0)
Z
Ø0
(8, .33
5)
0.59
(15,0)
Z
Top View
5.91
(150,0)
0.87
(22,0)
X
5.04
(128,0)
1.73
(44,0)
0.51
(13,0)
0.98
(25,0)
4.84
(123,0)
0.51
(13,0)
8.98
(228,0)
4.49
(114,0)
Ø
(110.43
,0)
6.34
(161,0)
2.64
(67,0)
1.97
(50,0)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
6.89 Min
(175,0)
9.09
(231,0)
10.55
(268,0)
Side View
Back View
1.81
(46,0)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
148
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
3.54 Y
(90,0)
6.30
(160,0)
Z
0.98
(25,0)
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Rear-Connected “T”
Vertical (RCTV) Connectors
3.94
(100,0)
48096-369-01
Figure 44:
Ø0
(8, .33
5)
Z
0.59
(15,0)
Top View
Ø
0.4
3
1.93
(49,0)
)
1,0
(1
2.76 Y 2.76
2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
6.89 Min
(175,0)
2.64
(67,0)
7.80
(198,0)
Back View
X
0.98
(25,0)
6.34
(161,0)
1.73
(44,0)
4.84
(123,0)
X
8.98
(228,0)
4.49
(114,0)
5.91
(150,0)
7.83
(199,0)
0.87
(22,0)
0.49
(12,5)
9.09
(231,0)
10.53
(267,0)
1.79
(45,5)
Side View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
149
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 45:
P-Frame Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
(RCTH) Connectors
3.54
(90)
0.98
(25)
3.94
(100)
3.54
(90)
1.73
(44)
0.25
(6)
1.73
(44)
0.45
(11)
0.75
(19)
0.87
(22)
6.86
(175)
5.06
(128)
2.62
(67)
3.56
(90)
7.83
(199)
6.32
(161)
4.85
(123)
8.90
(228,0)
4.48
(114,0)
2.95
(75)
5.91
(150)
0.37
(10)
2.76
(70)
9.11
(231)
2.76
(70)
12.64
(321)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
150
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 46:
P-Frame Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1200 A with Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
(RCTH) Connectors
3.54
(90)
6.30
(160)
3.92
(100)
0.98
(25)
0.25
(6)
1.73
(44)
0.45
(11)
0.75
(19)
0.87
1.73 (22)
(44)
6.86
(175)
8.99
(228,0)
0.37
(10)
4.85
(123)
4.50
(114)
5.92
(150)
296
(75)
7.83
(199)
2.62
(67)
2.76
(70)
6.32
(161)
2.76
(70)
2.76
(70)
9.11
(231)
12.67
(322)
7.80
(198)
1.79
(46)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
151
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 3P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Rear-Connected “T”
Horizontal (RCTH) Connectors
3.54
(90,0)
3.54
(90,0)
0.98
(25,0)
Z
3.94
(100,0)
48096-367-01
Figure 47:
0.51
(13,0)
Ø0
.
(8,5 33
)
.43
Ø0 ,0)
0.87
1
1
(
(22,0)
0.98
(25,0)
1.73
(44,0)
Z
Top View
6.89 Min
(175,0)
2.64
(67,0)
2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0)
6.34
(161,0)
Y
X
4.49
(114,0)
4.84
(123,0)
X
8.98
(228,0)
2.95
(75,0)
5.91
(150,0)
7.83
(199,0)
0.59
(15,0)
1.93
(49,0)
9.09
(231,0)
5.04
(128,0)
1.79
(45,5)
10.55
(268,0)
Back View
Side View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
152
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS630b–NS1600 Drawout 4P Circuit Breaker ≤ 1600 A with Rear-Connected “T”
Horizontal (RCTH) Connectors
3.54
(90,0)
6.30
(160,0)
0.98
(25,0)
48096-370-01
Figure 48:
3.94
(100,0)
Z
0.49
(12,5)
Ø0
(8,.33
5)
0.87
(22,0)
Top View
0.98
(25,0)
1.73
(44,0)
Ø
(110.43
,0)
Z
1.93
(49,0)
6.34
(161,0)
X
4.49
(114,0)
8.98
(228,0)
2.95
(75,0)
5.91
(150,0)
7.83
(199,0)
4.84
(123,0)
X
7.80
(198,0)
9.09
(231,0)
10.53
(267,5)
Back View
Figure 49:
2.64
(67,0)
0.59
(15,0)
2.76 Y 2.76 2.76
(70,0) (70,0) (70,0)
6.89 Min
(175,0)
Side View
1.79
(45,5)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
P-Frame and NS630b–NS1600 100–1600 A External Neutral Current Transformers
8.20
(208,3)
6.95
(176,5)
0.94
(23,7)
5.04
(127,9)
5.38
(136,7)
1.38
(34,9)
0.56
(14,2)
3.00
(76,2)
0.62
(15,7)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
153
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Dimensions for R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers
R-Frame Individually-Mounted UL Listed 3P Circuit Breaker
Minimum Enclosure Size
(115,0)
(44,5)
(22,3)
(15,8)
(115,5)
30 x 21 x 7
(762 x 533 x 178)
(115,0)
(44,5)
(15,9)
Figure 50:
Minimum Ventilation
(100% Rated Circuit Breakers Only):
Circuit Breaker
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
(11
,0)
(150,0)
(381,1)
40.25 in.2 (250 cm2) on top and bottom of enclosure
"A"
0.50 in. (12.8 mm)
0.63 in. (16 mm)
0.79 in. (20 mm)
0.79 in. (20 mm)
(14,5
(195,0)
(76,0)
(15,0)
(390,0)
(339,8)
(210,0)
(113,0)
(139,6)
(12,6)
(163
,0)
(30,0)
(131,8)
(168,5)
See Table
(11,0)
(222,3)
)
8,8
(24
(18,3)
(119,3)
(6,0)
(368,0)
(6,9)
(7,5)
Dimensions:
(38,6)
in.
(mm)
154
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
R-Frame Individually-Mounted UL Listed 4P Circuit Breaker
4.53
(115.0)
4.53
(115.0)
0.88
(22.2)
1.75
(44.5)
0.62
(15.7)
1.75
(44.5)
0.62
(15.8)
4.53
(115.0)
Circuit Breaker
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
Ø0.43
(11,0
)
5.91
(150,0)
15.00
(381.1)
4.55
(115.5)
48096-450-01
Figure 51:
"A"
0.50 in. (12.8 mm)
0.63 in. (16.0 mm)
0.79 in. (20.0 mm)
0.79 in. (20.0 mm)
57
Ø0. 5)
4.
(Ø1
0.49
(12,6)
n
28Û O
Of
f
At Max
.72
(18,3)
"A"
0.24
(6,0)
7.68
(195,0)
0.59
(15,0)
Top View
13.38
(339,8)
5.50
(139,6)
Han
R6.42 Fo dle
ld
(163,0) ed
0.27
(6,9)
0.43
(11,0)
Handle
8.75 Folded
(222,3)
6.63
(168,5)
5.19
(131,8)
25
Û
9.
(24 79
8,8
)
4.70
(119,3)
4Û Trippe
d
1.18
(30,0)
0.30
(7,5)
19.88
(505,0)
At Max
See Table
8.27
(210,0)
4.45
(113,0)
Handle
14.49 Extended
(368,0)
2.99
(76.0)
1.52
(38,6)
Dimensions:
Side View
Back View
in.
(mm)
155
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
0.59
(15,0)
NS1600b–NS3200 Individually-Mounted IEC Rated, 3P Circuit Breaker
0.98
(25,0)
1.97
(50,0)
2.99
(76,0)
0.51
(13,0)
2.95
(75,0)
48096-209-01
Figure 52:
11.81
(300,0)
5.91
(150,0)
Ø0
.
(11 43
,0)
9
Ø0.4
)
(12,5
4.53
(115,0)
4.53
(115,0)
15.35
(390,0)
0.59
(15,0)
7.68
(195,0)
Top View
5.50
(139,6)
R 6.4 Handle
2
(163 Folded
,0)
0.27
(6,9)
At Max
0.43
(11,0)
5.19
(131,8)
9
(24 .79
8,8
)
Of
f
0.79
(20,0)
0.72
(18,3)
4.70
(119,3)
0.24
(6,0)
At Max
6.63
(168,5)
25
°
13.38
(339,8)
Handle
14.49 Extended
(368,0)
Handle
8.75 Folded
(222,3)
1.18
(30,0)
0.30
(7,5)
8.27
(210,0)
4.45
0.49
(113,0)
(12,6)
4° Tripp
ed
n
O
°
28
1.52
(38,6)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
156
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NS1600b–NS3200 Individually-Mounted IEC Rated 4P Circuit Breaker
1.97
(50,0)
0.98
(25,0)
2.99
(76,0)
0.51
(13,0)
Ø0.43
(11,0
)
5.91
(150,0)
11.81
(300,0)
2.95
(75,0)
0.59
(15,0)
48096-245-01
Figure 53:
4.53
(115,0)
4.53
(115,0)
0.49
(12,6)
4° Trippe
d
25
°
Off
9.
(24 79
0.79
8,8
)
(20,0)
1.18
(30,0)
0.30
(7,5)
n
28° O
4.70
(119,3)
.72
(18,3)
0.24
(6,0)
At Max
At Max
Ø0.49
(12,5)
0.59
(15,0)
Top View
13.38
(339,8)
5.50
(139,6)
Han
R6.42 Fo dle
ld
(163,0) ed
0.27
(6,9)
0.43
(11,0)
Handle
8.75 Folded
(222,3)
6.63
(168,5)
5.19
(131,8)
8.27
(210,0)
4.45
(113,0)
Handle
14.49 Extended
(368,0)
19.88
(505,0)
4.53
(115,0)
7.68
(195,0)
1.52
(38,6)
Dimensions:
Side View
Back View
in.
(mm)
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Figure 54:
R-Frame RLTB 3P Terminal Pad (UL)
0.62
(15,9)
5.91
(150,0)
4.55
(115,5)
15.35
(390,0)
4.53
(115,0)
2.11
(53,6)
9.40
(238,9)
0.79
(20,0)
18.16
(461,2)
Top View
2.50
(63,5)
5.00
(127,0)
7.05
(178,9)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
0.72
(18,3)
20.99
(533,2)
Side View
Back View
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
158
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Figure 55:
R-Frame RL3TB 3P Terminal Pad (UL)
5.91
(150,0)
4.55
(115,5)
0.62
(15,9)
15.35
(390,0)
9.40
(238,9)
0.79
(20,0)
18.16
(461,2)
6.03
(153,1)
2.11
(53,6)
3.50
(88,90)
4.00
(101,8)
8.00
(127,0)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(55,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
1.06
(26,92)
21.67
(550,4)
10.05
(255,3)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
159
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 56:
R-Frame RLTB 4P Terminal Pad (UL)
0.62
(15,9)
5.91
(150,0)
4.55
(115,5)
19.88
(505,0)
4.53
(115,0)
2.11
(53,6)
9.40
(238,9)
0.79
(20,0)
18.16
(461,2)
Top View
2.50
(63,5)
5.00
(127,0)
7.05
(178,9)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
Side View
4.53
(115,0)
29.02
(737,1)
3.50
(88,9)
Back View
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
0.72
(18,3)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
160
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 57:
R-Frame RL3TB 4P Terminal Pad (UL)
18.0
(457,33)
0.62
(15,8)
5.91
(150,0)
4.55
(115,5)
19.88
(505,0)
9.40
(238,9)
0.79
(20,0)
18.16
(461,2)
6.03
(153,1)
2.11
(53,6)
4.00
(101,6)
8.00
(127,0)
10.05
(255,3)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
4.53
(115,0)
3.50
(88,9)
1.06
(26,92)
29.70
(754,38)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
161
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
NS1600b–NS3200 RLTBE Terminal Pad (IEC)
19.88 4 Pole
(505,0)
15.35 3 Pole
(390,0)
0.98
(25,0)
1.97
(50,0)
0.51
(13,0)
5.91
(150,0)
2.95
(75,0)
0.59
(15,0)
Figure 58:
1.38
3.15
(80,0)
2.17
(55,0)
Top View
1.05
(26,7)
0.72
(18,3)
10.39
(264,0)
(35,0)
4.92
(125,0)
M 10
2.46
(62,5)
Side View
2.95
(75,0)
3.94
(100,0)
0.49
(12,5)
0.98
(25,0)
1.97
(50,0)
4.53
(115,0)
0.39 TYP
(10,0)
6.10
(155,0)
0.39 TYP
(10,0)
4.53
(115,0)
Dimensions:
Back View
in.
(mm)
162
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 Enclosure Mounting Holes and Door Cutouts
15.35 3-pole
(390,0)
19.88 4-pole
(505,0)
1.30
(33,0)
4.69
(119,0)
13.62
(346,0)
15.35 3-pole
(390,0)
19.88 4-pole
(505,0)
4x Ø0.43
(11,0)
5.91
(150,0)
8.50
(216,0)
4x Ø0.43
(11,0)
5.91
(150,0)
Figure 59:
0.87
(22,0)
Accessory Cover Cutout
0.80
(20,4)
15.35 3-pole
(390,0)
2.30
(58,5)
4.80
(122,0)
Handle Cutout
10.51
(267,0)
5.91
(150,0)
4x Ø0.43
(11,0)
5.75
(146,0)
0.14
(3,5)
15.63
(397,0)
Dimensions:
Accessory Cover Escutcheon Cutout
Figure 60:
in.
(mm)
R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 100–1600 A External Neutral Current Transformers
4.92
(125)
8.10
(206)
6.39
(162)
3.00
(76)
1.75
(44)
2.00
(51)
0.75
(19)
6.85
(174)
0.56
(14)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
163
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Section 11—Circuit Breaker Dimensional Drawings
Figure 61:
R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 2000 A External Neutral Current Transformers
4.92
(125)
8.10
(206)
6.39
(162)
4.00
(102)
1.75
(44)
2.00
(51)
0.75
(19)
6.85
(174)
0.56
(14)
Dimensions:
Figure 62:
R-Frame and NS1600b–NS3200 2500–3200 A External Neutral Current
Transformers
4.92
(125)
6.85
(174)
6.39
(162)
2.00
(51)
0.75
(19)
1.75
(44)
10.35
(263)
in.
(mm)
0.56
(14)
11.60
(295)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
164
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Section 12—Accessory Dimensional Drawings
Accessory Dimensions
Figure 63:
ETH1
IFE Ethernet Interface
ETH2
IFE
IFE-XX.YY.ZZ (factory set)
ETH1 LK/10-100/ACT
1.77
3.62
(45)
3.34 (92) 4.13
(84,8)
(105)
ETH2 LK/10-100/ACT
Module Status
Modbus-SL
Network Status
T
LV434011
R
2.50
(63,6)
2.80
(71)
2.83
(72)
Figure 64:
I1
24VDC
C
I2
I3
C
I4
I5
C
I6
A1
O1
O2
O3
IO
1.77
(45)
3.62
(92)
3.34
4.53
(84,8)
(115)
LV434063
O1
O2
14
23
in.
(mm)
I/O (Input/Output) Application Module
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
13
Dimensions:
O3
24
33
2.83
(72)
34
T1
A1
T2
2.50
(63,6)
2.80
(71)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
165
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Figure 65:
IFM Modbus-SL Interface
1.77
(45)
0.71
(18)
Figure 66:
3.62
(92)
3.35
(85)
4.13
(105)
2.60
(66)
2.87
(73)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
FDM121 Switchboard Display Dimensions
3.78
(96) X
3.78
(96)
Y
Figure 67:
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
FDM121 Switchboard Display Mounting Through Panel
3.62+0.03/-0
(92+0.8/-0) X
X
0.42
(10,6)
0.81
(20,7)
3.62+0.03/-0
(92+0.8/-0)
0.91
(23)
Y
Dimensions:
Z
in.
(mm)
166
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Figure 68:
FDM121 Switchboard Display Mounting On Panel
2Ø
0.89
(22,5)
0.65
(16,5)
3.91
(99,3)
X
1.26+/-0.02
(32+/-0.5)
X
0.75
(19)
0.59
(15)
0.79
0.51
(20)
(13)
+/-0.06
3.91
+/-1.5
) 0.67
(33
(17)
99.3
1.30
(99.3) Y
1.46
(37)
Z
Figure 69:
0.23+/-0.01
2 Ø (22,5+/-0,3)
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
FDM128 Switchboard Display Dimensions
5.08
(129)
6.42
(163)
X
Dimensions:
Y
in.
(mm)
167
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Figure 70:
FDM128 Switchboard Display Mounting on Panel
(1.5–6)
3.94
(100)
X
1.20
(30.6)
1.54
(39)
0.69
(17.5)
+0/-0.01
Ø 0.89+0/-0,30
(22,4
)
3.94
(100)
3.94
(100)
3.94
(100)
X
3.94
(100)
1.18+0/-0.008
(30+0/-0,20)
Y
Dimensions:
in.
(mm)
168
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Figure 71:
Masterpact, PowerPact, and Compact Circuit Breaker Communication
K
Ethernet
J
24 V DC
Modbus
A
A
A
A
A
24 V DC
EB
24 V DC
+24V
0V
II
KK
C
C
II
II
Eth2
Eth1
C
C
D
D
+24V
0V
KK
+24V
0V
Eth2
Eth1
Eth2
Eth1
II
II
II
C
I1
I2
C
I3
I4
I6
C
I5
I4
C
I3
I2
C
I1
I6
C
I5
+
24VDC
A1
K
O1
O2
O3
K
K
dule
IO Mo
E
E
I3
I2
C
I1
C
I4
I6
C
I5
T1
O3
I6
C
C
I5
C
I1
33
O2
I6
23
O1
I3
I2
C
I1
K
K
13
I2
A1
T2
34
24
14
+
24VDC
C
I1
I6
C
I5
I2
I3
+
24VDC
dule
IO Mo
T1
A1
T2
O2
23
O1
13
T1
24
14
A1
T2
M
M
O2
23
O1
13
F
F
24
14
LL
L
L
M
M
LL
G
G
FF
E. IO application module (LV434063)
I. ULP termination (TRV00880)
B. IFE master (LV434011)
F. Masterpact NT/NW
J. FDM128 (LV434128)
C. IFE (LV434010)
G. PowerPact P/R
K. ULP cable
D. IFM (TRV00210)
H. PowerPact H/J/L
L. Circuit breaker ULP cord
A. FDM121 (TRV00121)
H
H
H
H
M. NSX cord
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Figure 72:
Fixed Masterpact, PowerPact, and Compact Circuit Breaker Connection to the Communication Interface
Module
FDM
Color
Red
E1
24 V
Black
E2
0V
White
E5
H
Blue
E6
L
121
Breaker ULP
cord
Black
Red
White Blue
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
B’ / Rx+ D1
A’ / Rx- D0
B / Tx+ D1
A / Tx- D0
0V
24 V
Customer terminal block
External power supply
24 V DC
External power supply
24 V DC
- +
Ethernet
Modbus-SL
D0 = A’ / Rx-, A / TxD1 = B’ / Rx+, B / Tx+
- +
ULP cable
24VDC
ETH1
ETH2
IFE
IFM
ULP Termination
ULP Termination
OR
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Figure 73:
Drawout Masterpact, PowerPact, and Compact Circuit Breaker Connection to the I/O and Communication
Interface Module
FDM
121
24VDC
IO
application
module
Color
Red
E1
24 V
Black
E2
0V
White
E5
H
Blue
E6
L
ULP cable
Breaker ULP
cord
Red Black
White Blue
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
B’ / Rx+ D1
A’ / Rx- D0
B / Tx+ D1
A / Tx- D0
0V
24 V
Customer terminal block
Modbus-SL
Ethernet
24 V DC
24 V DC
24VDC
ETH1
ETH2
IFE
IFM
ULP Termination
ULP Termination
OR
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Section 13—Trip Curves
Section 13—Trip Curves
Basic Electronic Trip Unit ET 1.0I, M-Frame 800 A Characteristic Trip Curve
TIME IN SECONDS
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
ELECTRONIC TRIP 1.0
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-14
Long-time Pickup and Delay
Instantaneous Pickup and Delay
2x–10x
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Instantaneous override values are given on 613-10.
Notes:
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act
to shorten the long-time delay. The thermalimaging effect comes into play if a current
above the long-time delay pickup value exists
for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of
a downstream device or the circuit breaker
itself. A subsequent overload will cause the
circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than
normal. The amount of time delay reduction is
inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed
since the previous overload. Approximately 20
minutes is required between overloads to
completely reset thermal-imaging.
2. Total clearing times shown include the
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
breaker opening, and the extinction of the
current.
4
4
5x
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
2x
3x
4x
6x
.1
.09
.08
8 x 10 x
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
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Section 13—Trip Curves
Basic Electronic Trip Unit 1.0I P- and R-Frame Characteristic Trip Curve
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
LONG-TIME
PICKUP
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
Instantaneous override values are given on
613-10.
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
LONG-TIME
DELAY
70
60
70
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
TIME IN SECONDS
ELECTRONIC TRIP 1.0I
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-12
Long-time Pickup and Fixed Delay
Instantaneous Pickup
1.5x-12x
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
Notes:
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act
to shorten the long-time delay. The thermalimaging effect comes into play if a current
above the long-time delay pickup value exists
for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of
a downstream device or the circuit breaker
itself. A subsequent overload will cause the
circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than
normal. The amount of time delay reduction is
inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed
since the previous overload. Approximately 20
minutes is required between overloads to
completely reset thermal-imaging.
2. Total clearing times shown include the
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
breaker opening, and the extinction of the
current.
7
6
6
5x
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
10 x
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
1.5 x 2 x
3x 4x
6x 8x
.2
12 x
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
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80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
24
16
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
20
70
70
12
60
60
8
50
50
4
40
40
2
30
30
1
20
24
15
15
16
10
9
8
10
9
8
LONG-TIME
DELAY BANDS
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
7
TIME IN SECONDS
CHARACTERISTIC
TRIP CURVE NO. 613-9
Long-Time Pickup and Delay
Short-Time
Delay
Long-time Pickup
Pickupwith
andNo
Delay
Short-time Pickup with No Delay
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
The time-current curve information is to be used
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
for application and coordination purposes only.
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
Instantaneous
override
values
are given on
(-13°F to +158°F)
ambient
temperature.
613-10.
Notes:
Notes:
1. 1.
There
is aisthermal-imaging
effect
There
a thermal-imaging
effectthat
thatcan
canact
to shorten
the long-time
delay.delay.
The thermalact to shorten
the long-time
The
imaging
effect comes
intocomes
play ifinto
a current
thermal-imaging
effect
play if a
above
the above
long-time
delay pickup
exists
current
the long-time
delayvalue
pickup
for value
a timeexists
and then
cleared
by the
tripping
for a is
time
and then
is cleared
by of
a downstream
device
or the circuit
breaker
the tripping of
a downstream
device
or the
itself.
A subsequent
overload
will cause
the
circuit
breaker itself.
A subsequent
overload
circuit
tocircuit
trip inbreaker
a shorter
time
will breaker
cause the
to trip
in than
a
normal.
The
amount
of timeThe
delay
reduction
is
shorter
time
than normal.
amount
of
inverse
thereduction
amount of
time that
hasamount
elapsed
time to
delay
is inverse
to the
since
the previous
overload.
Approximately
of time
that has elapsed
since
the previous 20
minutes
is required
between
overloads
tois
overload.
Approximately
twenty
minutes
completely
thermal-imaging.
required reset
between
overloads to completely
2. Thereset
end thermal-imaging.
of the curve is determined by the
2.
The endsetting.
of the curve is determined by the
short-time
short-time setting.
.5
20
Micrologic 2.0A Trip Unit
®
MICROLOGICTrip
2.0Curve
A TRIPNo.
UNIT
Characteristic
613-9
6
3. 3.
Total
clearing
times
shown
include
Total
clearing
times
shown
includethe
the
response
times
of of
thethe
trip
response
times
tripunit,
unit,the
thecircuit
circuit
breaker
opening,
and
the
extinction
breaker
opening,
and
the
extinctionof
ofthe
current.
current.
Overload
indicator
illuminatesatat100%.
100%.
4. 4.
Overload
indicator
illuminates
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
8
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
.7
1
.9
.8
10
6
1.5
2 2.5
.7
.6
.6
4
.5
.5
3
.4
5
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
.007
.007
.006
.006
.005
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.005
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
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80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit
Characteristic Trip® Curve No. 613-6
MICROLOGIC
3.0and
A TRIP
Long-Time Pickup
DelayUNIT
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-6
Long-time Pickup and Delay
5000
5000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
The time-current curve information is to be used
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
400
400
24
300
300
16
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
LONG-TIME DELAY
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
40
30
40
30
20
12
20
20
8
4
15
15
2
TIME IN SECONDS
24
1
10
9
8
Notes:
1.
There is a thermal-imaging effect that can ac
shorten
long-time delay.
1. toThere
is a the
thermal-imaging
effectThe
thatthermalcan
imaging
effect the
comes
into play
if aThe
current
act to shorten
long-time
delay.
above
the
long-time
delay
pickup
value
thermal-imaging effect comes into play if aexist
for
a timeabove
and then
is cleared
by the
tripping
current
the long-time
delay
pickup
avalue
downstream
circuit
breaker
exists fordevice
a time or
andthe
then
is cleared
itself.
subsequent
overload will
cause
by theA tripping
of a downstream
device
or the
circuit
breaker
to trip
in aA shorter
time than
the circuit
breaker
itself.
subsequent
normal.
The
ofcircuit
time delay
reduction
overload
willamount
cause the
breaker
to trip i
inverse
to the
amount
of timeThe
thatamount
has elapse
in a shorter
time
than normal.
since
thedelay
previous
overload.
Approximately
2
of time
reduction
is inverse
to the
minutes
overloads
amount is
of required
time that between
has elapsed
since theto
completely
reset thermal-imaging.
previous overload.
Approximately twenty
minutes
is required
overloads
2. The
end of
the curvebetween
is determined
byto
the
instantaneous
setting.
completely reset
thermal-imaging.
2. Total
The clearing
end of thetimes
curveshown
is determined
3.
include by
thethe
instantaneous
theunit,
circuit
response
timessetting
of the of
trip
thebreaker.
circuit
3. breaker
Total clearing
times
shown
include theof the
opening,
and
the extinction
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
current.
breaker opening, and the extinction of
4. See
613-8 for instantaneous pickup trip curv
current.
4. See trip curve 613-8 on page 176 for
instantaneous pickup trip curve.
10
9
8
16
.5
Notes:
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
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80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit
Characteristic Trip
Curve No. 613-8
®
MICROLOGIC
3.0 A
TRIP
UNIT
Instantaneous
Pickup,
1.5X
to 12X
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-8
Instantaneous Pickup
1.5x-12x
The time-current curve information is to be used
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -25°C to +10°C
150
150
INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
100
90
80
5x
30
10 x
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
Curves
apply
fromambient
-25°C to
+70°C
(-13°F to
+158°F)
temperature.
(-13°F
to +158°F)
ambient
temperature.
Instantaneous
override
values
are given on
613-10.
Instantaneous
override values are given on
613-10.
Notes:
Notes:
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
2.
includethe
the
2. Total
Totalclearing
clearingtimes
times shown
shown include
response
trip unit,
unit,the
thecircuit
circuit
responsetimes
times of
of the trip
breaker
the extinction
extinctionofofcurrent.
the
breakeropening,
opening, and
and the
3. current.
The instantaneous region of the trip curve
shows
maximum total
clearing
times.
Actual
3. The
instantaneous
region
of the
trip curve
clearing
times in this
can times.
vary Actual
shows
maximum
totalregion
clearing
depending
on in
thethis
circuit
breaker
clearing
times
region
can mechanism
vary
design andon
other
The actual
clearing
depending
the factors.
circuit breaker
mechanism
time
can
be
considerably
faster
than
design and other factors. The actual clearing
indicated.
your local
sales
office
for
time
can beContact
considerably
faster
than
indicated
additional
information.
Contact
your
local Sales Office for additional
4. information.
See trip curve 613-6 on page 175 for longtime pickup and delay trip curves.
4. See 613-6 for long-time pickup and delay trip
curves.
.2
1.5 x 2 x
.15
3x 4x
6x 8x
12 x
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
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Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-4
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
Long-Time®Pickup
Delay
MICROLOGIC
5.0/6.0and
A/P/H
TRIP UNIT
OFF Delay
Short-Time Pickup TRIP
and I2tCURVE
CHARACTERISTIC
NO. 613-4
Long-time Pickup and Delay
5000
5000
4000
4000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
The time-current
curve
information
to be
used
Short-time
Pickup
and I2t isOFF
Delay
for application and coordination purposes only.
The time-current curve information is to be use
Curves
apply from
-25°C
to +70°C purposes only
for application
and
coordination
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Notes:
Notes:
700
700
600
600
24
16
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
20
70
70
12
60
60
8
50
50
4
40
40
2
30
30
1
.5
20
20
24
15
15
16
10
9
8
7
TIME IN SECONDS
10
9
8
LONG-TIME
DELAY BANDS
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
6
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can ac
to
delay.
TheThe
thermaltoshorten
shortenthe
thelong-time
long-time
delay.
thermalimaging effect comes into play if a current
imaging effect comes into play if a current
above
the
long-time
delay
pickup
value
exists
above the long-time delay pickup value
exis
for
is is
cleared
by by
thethe
tripping
foraatime
timeand
andthen
then
cleared
tripping
of
a
downstream
device
or
the
circuit
breaker
a downstream device or the circuit breaker
itself.
overload
willwill
cause
the the
itself.AAsubsequent
subsequent
overload
cause
circuit
triptrip
in a
timetime
thanthan
circuitbreaker
breakertoto
inshorter
a shorter
normal.
of of
time
delay
reduction
normal.The
Theamount
amount
time
delay
reduction
isinverse
inversetotothe
theamount
amount of
of time
timethat
thathas
has elaps
elapsed
since
the
previous
overload.
since the previous overload. Approximately 2
Approximately
twenty
minutes
is
required
minutes is required between overloads to
between
overloads
to completely reset
completely
reset thermal-imaging.
thermal-imaging.
Theend
endofofthe
thecurve
curve
determined
by the
2.2. The
is is
determined
by the
interruptingrating
rating
circuit
breaker.
interrupting
of of
thethe
circuit
breaker.
3.3. With
interlocking
ON,on,
shortWithzone-selective
zone-selective
interlocking
short-tim
time
delay
utilized,
no restraining
signal,
delay
utilized
andand
no restraining
signal,
the
the
maximum
unrestrained
short-time
delay
maximum unrestrained short-time delay time
time
band
applies
regardless
of
the
setting.
band applies regardless of the setting.
4. Total clearing times shown include the
4. response
Total clearing
the
times times
of the shown
trip unit,include
the circuit
response
times and
of the
unit, the
breaker
opening,
thetrip
extinction
of circuit
the
breaker opening, and the extinction of the
current.
current.
5. For
a withstand circuit breaker, instantaneous
turned OFF.
See trip
curve instantaneou
613-7 on
5. can
Forbe
a withstand
circuit
breaker,
page
179turned
for instantaneous
trip curve.
can be
OFF. See 613-7
for See
table
on page 183
forcurve.
instantaneous
override
instantaneous
trip
See 613-10
for
values.
instantaneous override values.
6. Overload indicator illuminates at 100%.
6. Overload indicator illuminates at 100%.
1.5
1.5
8
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
.7
1.5
.6
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
DELAY I2t OFF
(FIXED-TIME DELAY)
SECONDS AT 10 x Ir
10
6
2 2.5
4
.7
.6
.5
.5
3
.4
5
0.4 OFF
.3
.4
.3
0.3 OFF
.2
.15
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
SHORT-TIME
DELAY
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
.007
.007
.006
.006
.005
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.005
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
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Curve
Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-5
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
The time-current
information
is toDelay
be used
Short-timecurve
Pickup
and I2t ON
for application and coordination purposes only.
The time-current curve information is to be used
Curves
apply from
to +70°Cpurposes only.
for
application
and -25°C
coordination
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
2000
2000
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
1500
1500
Notes:
Notes:
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
100
90
80
1.5
70
2
2.5
6
100
90
80
8 10
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
3
4
5
30
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
0.4
5
5
ON
4
3
4
3
0.2
ON
1.1.There
is is
a athermal-imaging
canact
act
There
thermal-imaging effect
effect that
that can
toto
shorten
thermalshortenthe
thelong-time
long-time delay. The thermalimaging
current
imagingeffect
effectcomes
comes into
into play
play ifif aa current
above
valueexists
exists
abovethe
thelong-time
long-time delay
delay pickup
pickup value
forfor
a atime
bythe
thetripping
tripping
timeand
andthen
then is
is cleared
cleared by
of o
a downstream
breaker
a downstreamdevice
deviceor
or the
the circuit
circuit breaker
itself.
causethe
the
itself.A Asubsequent
subsequentoverload
overload will
will cause
circuit
timethan
than
circuitbreaker
breakertototrip
trip in
in aa shorter
shorter time
normal.
delay reduction
reductionisis
normal.The
Theamount
amountof
of time
time delay
inverse
totothe
timethat
thathas
haselapsed
elapsed
inverse
theamount
amount of
of time
since
the
since
theprevious
previousoverload.
overload. Approximately
Approximately 20
minutes
required
between
overloads
to
twenty is
minutes
is required
between
overloads
completely
reset
thermal-imaging.
to completely
reset
thermal-imaging.
The
end
thecurve
curveisisdetermined
determined by
2.2.The
end
ofofthe
by the
the
interruptingrating
ratingof
of the
the circuit
circuit breaker.
interrupting
breaker.
3. With zone-selective interlocking ON, short-
3. With
interlocking
on, short-time
timezone-selective
delay utilized, and
no restraining
signal,
delay
utilized and
no restraining
signal,
the
the maximum
unrestrained
short-time
delay
maximum
unrestrained
short-time
delay
time
time band applies regardless of the setting.
regardless
of the
setting.
4.band
Totalapplies
clearing
times shown
include
the
response
times
of the
trip unit,
the circuit
4. Total
clearing
times
shown
include
the
breaker opening,
the extinction
of current.
response
times of and
the trip
unit, the circuit
5.breaker
For withstand
circuit
instantaneous
opening,
and breaker,
the extinction
of the
can be turned OFF. See trip curve 613-7 on
current.
page 179 for instantaneous trip curve. See
5. For a withstand circuit breaker, instantaneous
table on page 183 for instantaneous override
can be turned OFF. See 613-7 for
values.
instantaneous trip curve. See 613-10 for
6. See Trip Curve 613-4 on page 177 for longinstantaneous override values.
time pickup and delay trip curve.
6. See 613-4 for long-time pickup and delay trip
curve.
2
2
ON
0.1
TIME IN SECONDS
2
®
Short-Time Pickup
andA/P/H
I t ONTRIP
DelayUNIT
MICROLOGIC
5.0/6.0
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-5
1.5
1.5
0.3
ON
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
0.4 ON
.4
SHORT-TIME
DELAY I2t ON
SECONDS AT 10 x Ir
.3
.3
0.3 ON
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
SHORT-TIME
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.2
0.2 ON
0.1 ON
.1
.09
.08
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
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Curve
Micrologic 5.0/6.0 Trip Units
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-7
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
®
Instantaneous Pickup,
2XA/P/H
to 15XTRIP
and OFF
MICROLOGIC
5.0/6.0
UNIT
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-7
Instantaneous
Pickup
The time-current
curve information
is to be used
2x–15x
and OFF
for application and
coordination
purposes only.
The
time-current
Curves
apply fromcurve
-30°Cinformation
to +60°C is to be used
for
application
andambient
coordination
purposes only.
(-22°F
to +140°F)
temperature.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F
Notes:to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Notes:
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
100
90
80
30
10 x
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
2x
3x 4x
6x 8x
interrupting
rating
of the
circuit breaker.
1. The
end of the
curve
is determined
by the
2. interrupting
Total clearing
times
include
the
rating
of shown
the circuit
breaker.
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
2. Total
clearing times shown include the
breaker opening, and the extinction of current.
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
3. The instantaneous region of the trip curve
breaker
opening, and the extinction of the
shows maximum total clearing times. Actual
current.
clearing times in this region can vary
3. The
instantaneous
regionbreaker
of the trip
curve
depending
on the circuit
mechanism
shows
clearing
times.
Actual
designmaximum
and other total
factors.
The actual
clearing
clearing
in this region
canthan
vary
time cantimes
be considerably
faster
depending
on the circuit
breaker
indicated. Contact
your local
salesmechanism
office for
design
and information.
other factors. The actual clearing
additional
be considerably
fasterinstantaneous
than indicated
4. time
For can
a withstand
circuit breaker,
Contact
your local
Office
for613-7
additional
can be turned
OFF.Sales
See trip
curve
on
information.
page 179 for the instantaneous trip curve. See
table
on page 183
for the
instantaneous
4. For
a withstand
circuit
breaker,
instantaneous
override
values.
can
be turned
OFF. See 613-7 for
5. instantaneous
See trip curvetrip
613-4
on
page
177
and for
trip
curve. See 613-10
curve 613-5 onoverride
page 178
for long-time pickup,
instantaneous
values.
long-time delay, short-time pickup and short-
5. See
613-4
613-5 for long-time pickup,
time
delayand
trip curves.
long-time delay, short-time pickup, and shorttime delay trip curves.
.15
12 x 15 x
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
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Ground-fault Pickup and Delay Characteristic Trip Curve
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.07
.08
.09
.1
.06
.05
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON
Ground-fault I2t OFF and ON
In ≤ 400 A
In ≤ 400 A
The time-current
time-currentcurve
curve
information
is be
to used
be used
The
information
is to
forapplication
applicationand
and
coordination
purposes
for
coordination
purposes
only.only.
Curvesapply
applyfrom
from-25°C
-25°C
+70°C
Curves
to to
+70°C
(-13°Fto
to+158°F)
+158°F)ambient
ambient
temperature.
(-13°F
temperature.
200
200
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
0.3
0.5
0.7 0.9
20
20
15
15
0.4
10
9
8
TIME IN SECONDS
Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
®
MICROLOGIC
6.0 A/P/H TRIP
UNIT
with Adjustable
Ground-Fault
Pickup
and
WITH ADJUSTABLE
Delay GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP AND DELAY
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-1
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-1
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
0.6 0.8 1.0
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
0.4
1
.9
.8
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
.6
ON
.7
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
ON
0.1
0.3 OFF
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.3
ON
.3
0.4 OFF
N
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.4
.5
O
0.2
.5
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.07
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.005
.07
.006
.005
.06
.007
.006
.05
.007
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Ground-fault Pickup and Delay Characteristic Trip Curve
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.07
.06
.05
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
70
60
PICKUP AND DELAY
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON
CHARACTERISTIC
TRIP CURVE NO. 613-2
400 A < I ≤ 1200 A
Ground-fault In2t OFF and ON
400 A < In ≤ 1200 A
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
The time-current curve information is to be used
Curves
apply from
-25°C to +70°C
for application
and coordination
purposes only.
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158°F) ambient temperature.
70
60
50
50
40
40
0.2
30
0.3
0.5
0.7 0.9
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
0.4
6
7
0.8 1.0
0.6
6
5
5
0.4
4
4
ON
3
3
0.2
2
2
ON
TIME IN SECONDS
Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
with Adjustable Ground-Fault Pickup and
MICROLOGIC®Delay
6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNIT
WITH ADJUSTABLE
GROUND-FAULT
Characteristic
Trip Curve
No. 613-2
1.5
1.5
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
.5
.5
0.3
.4
.3
0.4 OFF
ON
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.3
0.3 OFF
O
0.1
N
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.07
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.005
.07
.006
.005
.06
.007
.006
.05
.007
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Ground-fault Pickup and Delay Characteristic Trip Curve
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.07
.06
.05
AMPERES x 103
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
® A/P/H Trip Units
Micrologic 6.0
MICROLOGIC
6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNIT
WITH ADJUSTABLE
GROUND-FAULT
with Adjustable
Ground-Fault
Pickup and
PICKUP
AND DELAY
Delay
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-3
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-3
2
Ground-fault
t OFFand
and
ON
Ground
Fault I2tI OFF
ON
In > 1200 A
In > 1200 A
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
Curves apply from -25°C to +70°C
(-13°F to +158F) ambient temperature.
200
200
800 A
100
90
80
150
100
90
80
70
960 A
70
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
1120 A
150
60
60
50
640 A
50
40
40
30
20
20
880 A
30
15
15
10
9
8
7
7
1040 A
10
9
8
6
5
720 A
4
6
5
4
3
3
2
2
1200 A
TIME IN SECONDS
(-13°F
to +158°F)
ambient
temperature.
The
time-current
curve
information
is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
500 A
1.5
0.4
1
.9
.8
1.5
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
ON
0.2
.7
.7
.6
ON
.6
1
.9
.8
0.1
.3
0.4 OFF
ON
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.4
.5
0.3
.5
ON
0.3 OFF
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.3
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.005
.07
.006
.005
.06
.007
.006
.05
.007
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Table 103:
Instantaneous Override Values Characteristic Trip Curve
UL/IEC Circuit Breaker
Instantaneous Override1
Instantaneous Override1
UL/IEC Circuit Breaker
(kA Peak)2
(kA Peak)2
RG 600
130 ± 10%
MG300
RG 800
130 ± 10%
MG350
20 ± 15%
RG 1000
130 ± 10%
MG400
20 ± 15%
RG 1200
130 ± 10%
MG450
20 ± 15%
RG 1600
130 ± 10%
MG500
20 ± 15%
RG 2000
130 ± 10%
MG600
20 ± 15%
RG 2500
130 ± 10%
MG700
20 ± 15%
RJ 600
90 ± 15%
MG800
20 ± 15%
RJ 800
90 ± 15%
MJ300
20 ± 15%
RJ 1000
90 ± 15%
MJ350
20 ± 15%
RJ 1200
90 ± 15%
MJ400
20 ± 15%
RJ 1600
90 ± 15%
MJ450
20 ± 15%
RJ 2000
90 ± 15%
MJ500
20 ± 15%
RJ 2500
90 ± 15%
MJ600
20 ± 15%
RK 600
130 ± 10%
MJ700
20 ± 15%
RK 800
130 ± 10%
MJ800
20 ± 15%
RK 1000
130 ± 10%
RK 1200
130 ± 10%
IEC Circuit Breaker
Instantaneous Override1
(kA Peak)2
20 ± 15%
RK 1600
130 ± 10%
RK 2000
130 ± 10%
NS 800bN
130 ± 10%
RK 2500
130 ± 10%
NS1000bN
130 ± 10%
RL 600
90 ± 15%
NS1250bN
130 ± 10%
RL 800
90 ± 15%
NS1600bN
130 ± 10%
RL 1000
90 ± 15%
NS2000N
130 ± 10%
RL 1200
90 ± 15%
NS2500N
90 ± 15%
RL 1600
90 ± 15%
NS 3200N
90 ± 15%
RL 2000
90 ± 15%
NS 800bH
90 ± 15%
RL 2500
90 ± 15%
NS1000bH
90± 15%
PG 250
55 ± 10%
NS1250bH
55 ± 10%
PG 400
55 ± 10%
NS1600bH
55 ± 10%
PG 600
55 ± 10%
NS2000H
55 ± 10%
PG 800
55 ± 10%
NS2500H
55 ± 10%
PG 1000
55 ± 10%
NS3200H
55 ± 10%
PG 1200
55 ± 10%
NS630bN
55 ± 10%
PJ 250
15 ± 10%
NS800N
55 ± 10%
PJ 400
22 ± 10%
NS1000N
55 ± 10%
PJ 600
22 ± 10%
NS1250N
55 ± 10%
PJ 800
22 ± 10%
NS1600N
55 ± 10%
PJ 1000
22 ± 10%
NS630bH
55 ± 10%
PJ 1200
22 ± 10%
NS800H
55 ± 10%
PK 250
55 ± 10%
NS1000H
55 ± 10%
PK 400
55 ± 10%
NS1250H
55 ± 10%
PK 600
55 ± 10%
NS1600H
55 ± 10%
PK 800
55 ± 10%
NS630bL
55 ± 10%
PK 1000
55 ± 10%
NS800L
55 ± 10%
PK 1200
55 ± 10%
NS1000L
55 ± 10%
PL 250
20 ± 10%
NS1250L
55 ± 10%
PL 400
22 ± 10%
NS1600L
55 ± 10%
PL 600
22 ± 10%
PL 800
22 ± 10%
PL 1000
22 ± 10%
PL 1200
22 ± 10%
1
2
Faults at or above instantaneous override value will be cleared at 25 msec or less.
Test X/R=4.9; divide by 2.1 for nominal RMS
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Section 13—Trip Curves
Basic Electronic Trip Unit 1.0M, P-Frame 600 A MDP Characteristic Trip Curve
80
90
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40
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100
90
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100
90
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INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
70
60
8x
50
TIME IN SECONDS
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
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.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
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.3
.3
.2
5.5 x6.5 x
2.5 x
600 A ELECTRONIC
Instantaneous
Pickup, 2XTRIP
to 16X1.0M
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-13
Instantaneous Pickup
2x-16x
The time-current
is to
used
The
time-currentcurve
curveinformation
information
is be
to be
used
for application
purposes
only.
for
applicationand
andcoordination
coordination
purposes
only.
Curves apply
+70°C
Curves
applyfrom
from-25°C
-25°Ctoto
+70°C
(-13°F to
(-13°F
to +158°F)
+158°F)ambient
ambienttemperature.
temperature.
Instantaneous override
given
onon
page
Instantaneous
overridevalues
valuesare
are
given
183.
613-10.
Notes:
Notes:
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
1. interrupting
The end of the
curve
determined
by the
rating
ofisthe
circuit breaker.
interrupting
rating
of the
circuit
breaker.
2. Total
clearing
times
shown
include
the
2. response
Total clearing
times
shown
times
of the
trip include
unit, thethe
circuit
responseopening,
times of and
the trip
the circuit
breaker
theunit,
extinction
of the
breaker opening, and the extinction of
current.
current.
3. The
regionofofthe
thetrip
trip
curve
3.
The instantaneous
instantaneous region
curve
shows
maximumtotal
totalclearing
clearing
times.
Actual
shows maximum
times.
Actual
clearing
times ininthis
thisregion
regioncan
canvary
vary
clearing times
depending
onthe
thecircuit
circuitbreaker
breaker
mechanism
depending on
mechanism
design
and other
otherfactors.
factors.The
Theactual
actual
clearing
design and
clearing
time
be considerably
considerablyfaster
faster
than indicate
time can
can be
than
Contact
localyour
Sales
Office
additional
indicated.your
Contact
local
salesfor
office
for
information.
additional information.
.2
10.5 x
4x
2x
.15
Basic Electronic Trip Unit 1.0M, 600 A
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-13
16 x
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
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60
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30
20
15
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9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
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.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
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Section 13—Trip Curves
Basic Electronic Trip Unit 1.0M P-Frame 800–1200A MCP Characteristic Trip Curve
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
Curves
apply from
-25°C
to +70°C
Instantaneous
override
values
are given on page
(-13°F
183. to +158°F) ambient temperature.
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
Instantaneous override values are given on
613-10.
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
INSTANTANEOUS
PICKUP
x In
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
Basic Electronic Trip Unit 1.0M
800 A–1200 A
Characteristic
Trip Curve
613-11
ELECTRONIC
TRIPNo.
1.0M
5x
30
10 x
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
Instantaneous
1.5X
800Pickup,
A–1200
A to 12X
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-11
Instantaneous
Pickup
The time-current
curve information
is to be used
1.5x-12x purposes only.
for application and coordination
The
time-current
Curves
apply fromcurve
-25°Cinformation
to +70°C is to be used
for
application
and
coordination
purposes only.
(-13°F
to +158°F)
ambient
temperature.
Notes:
Notes:
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
1. The
end of the curve is determined by the
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
rating
the circuit
breaker.
2. interrupting
Total clearing
timesofshown
include
the
2. Total
clearing
times
shown
include
the
response
times
of the
trip unit,
the circuit
response
times ofand
thethe
tripextinction
unit, the of
circuit
breaker opening,
current.
opening, and
the of
extinction
of the
3. breaker
The instantaneous
region
the trip curve
current.
shows maximum total clearing times. Actual
clearing
times in thisregion
regionofcan
3. The
instantaneous
thevary
trip curve
depending
on the total
circuitclearing
breakertimes.
mechanism
shows
maximum
Actual
design
and
other
factors.
The
actual
clearing
clearing times in this region can vary
time
can
be
considerably
faster
than
depending on the circuit breaker mechanism
indicated.
your local
sales
office
for
design
andContact
other factors.
The
actual
clearing
additional
information.
time
can be
considerably faster than indicate
Contact your local Sales Office for additional
information.
.2
1.5 x 2 x
.15
3x 4x
6x 8x
12 x
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
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9
10
7
6
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3
2
1.5
.8
.9
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.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
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Section 14—Catalog Numbers
685823 ........................... 112
685824 ........................... 112
685825 ........................... 112
685826 ........................... 112
685827 ........................... 112
685829 ........................... 112
AL1200P24K .................. 119
AL1200P24K3 ................ 115
AL1200P25K .................. 115
AL1200P6KU ................. 115
AL1200P7KU ................. 115
AL1200R53K ................. 115
AL1200R53K ................. 119
AL2500RK ..................... 115
AL800M23K ................... 115
AL800P6K ...................... 115
AL800P7K ...................... 115
CU1200P24K ................. 116
CU1200P25K ................. 116
CU1200R53K ................. 116
CU250P1K ..................... 116
CU800M23K .................. 116
CYA1200R5 ................... 116
CYA1200R7 ................... 116
CYA400P5 ..................... 116
CYA600P5 ..................... 116
CYA800R7 ..................... 116
LCP48 ............................ 117
LHP48 ............................ 117
LHP8 .............................. 117
LS10 .............................. 117
LS8 ................................ 117
LW1 ............................... 117
LW4 ............................... 117
LW7 ............................... 117
MGA263002 ..................... 70
MGA263502 ..................... 70
MGA264002 ..................... 70
MGA264502 ..................... 70
MGA265002 ..................... 70
MGA266002 ..................... 70
MGA267002 ..................... 70
MGA268002 ..................... 70
MGA36300 ....................... 70
MGA36350 ....................... 70
MGA36400 ....................... 70
MGA36450 ....................... 70
MGA36500 ....................... 70
MGA36600 ....................... 70
MGA36700 ....................... 70
MGA36800 ....................... 70
MGL26300 ....................... 70
MGL26350 ....................... 70
MGL26400 ....................... 70
MGL26450 ....................... 70
MGL26500 ....................... 70
MGL26600 ....................... 70
MGL26700 ....................... 70
MGL26800 ....................... 70
MGL36300 ....................... 70
MGL36350 ....................... 70
MGL36400 ....................... 70
MGL36450 ....................... 70
MGL36500 ....................... 70
MGL36600 ....................... 70
MGL36700 ....................... 70
MGL36800 ....................... 70
MICROTUSEAL ............. 107
MJA263002 ...................... 70
MJA263502 ...................... 70
MJA264002 ...................... 70
MJA264502 ...................... 70
MJA265002 ...................... 70
MJA266002 ...................... 70
MJA267002 ...................... 70
MJA268002 ...................... 70
MJA36300 ........................ 70
MJA36350 ........................ 70
MJA36400 ........................ 70
MJA36450 ........................ 70
MJA36500 ........................ 70
MJA36600 ........................ 70
MJA36700 ........................ 70
MJA36800 ........................ 70
MJL26300 ........................ 70
MJL26350 ........................ 70
MJL26400 ........................ 70
MJL26450 ........................ 70
MJL26500 ........................ 70
MJL26600 ........................ 70
MJL26700 ........................ 70
MJL26800 ........................ 70
MJL36300 ........................ 70
MJL36350 ........................ 70
MJL36400 ........................ 70
MJL36450 ........................ 70
MJL36500 ........................ 70
MJL36600 ........................ 70
MJL36700 ........................ 70
MJL36800 ........................ 70
MPRPAF ........................ 119
MPRPAF ........................ 119
NCTWIRING .................. 108
NPHFE36160U32R ......... 94
NPHFE36160U33R ......... 94
NPHFE36160U42R ......... 94
NPHFE36160U43R ......... 94
NPHFE36160U44R ......... 94
NPHFE36160U63RE1 ..... 94
NPHFE36160U64RE1 ..... 94
NPHFE36160U73RE1 ..... 94
NPHFE36160U74RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36063U32R .......... 94
NPHLE36063U33R .......... 94
NPHLE36063U42R .......... 94
NPHLE36063U43R .......... 94
NPHLE36063U44R .......... 94
NPHLE36063U63RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36063U64RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36063U73RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36063U74RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36080U32R .......... 94
NPHLE36080U33R .......... 94
NPHLE36080U42R .......... 94
NPHLE36080U43R .......... 94
NPHLE36080U44R .......... 94
NPHLE36080U63RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36080U64RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36080U73RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36080U74RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36100U32R .......... 94
NPHLE36100U33R .......... 94
NPHLE36100U42R .......... 94
NPHLE36100U43R .......... 94
NPHLE36100U44R .......... 94
NPHLE36100U63RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36100U64RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36100U73RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36100U74RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36125U32R .......... 94
NPHLE36125U42R .......... 94
NPHLE36125U43R .......... 94
NPHLE36125U44R .......... 94
NPHLE36125U63RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36125U64RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36125U73RE1 ..... 94
NPHLE36125U74RE1 ..... 94
NPLLE34063U32R .......... 94
NPLLE34063U33R .......... 94
NPLLE34063U42R .......... 94
NPLLE34063U43R .......... 94
NPLLE34063U44R .......... 94
NPLLE34063U63RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34063U64RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34063U73RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34063U74RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34080U32R .......... 94
NPLLE34080U33R .......... 94
NPLLE34080U42R .......... 94
NPLLE34080U43R .......... 94
NPLLE34080U44R .......... 94
NPLLE34080U63RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34080U64RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34080U73RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34080U74RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34100U32R .......... 94
NPLLE34100U33R .......... 94
NPLLE34100U42R .......... 94
NPLLE34100U43R .......... 94
NPLLE34100U44R .......... 94
NPLLE34100U63RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34100U64RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34100U73RE1 ...... 94
NPLLE34100U74RE1 ...... 94
NPNFE36160U32R ......... 94
NPNFE36160U33R ......... 94
NPNFE36160U42R ......... 94
NPNFE36160U43R ......... 94
NPNFE36160U44R ......... 94
NPNFE36160U63RE1 ..... 94
NPNFE36160U64RE1 ..... 94
NPNFE36160U73RE1 ..... 94
NPNFE36160U74RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36063U32R .......... 94
NPNLE36063U33R .......... 94
NPNLE36063U42R .......... 94
NPNLE36063U43R .......... 94
NPNLE36063U44R .......... 94
NPNLE36063U63RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36063U64RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36063U73RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36063U74RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36080U32R .......... 94
NPNLE36080U33R .......... 94
NPNLE36080U42R .......... 94
NPNLE36080U43R .......... 94
NPNLE36080U44R .......... 94
NPNLE36080U63RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36080U64RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36080U73RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36080U74RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36100U32R .......... 94
NPNLE36100U33R .......... 94
NPNLE36100U42R .......... 94
NPNLE36100U43R .......... 94
NPNLE36100U44R .......... 94
NPNLE36100U63RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36100U64RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36100U73RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36100U74RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36125U32R .......... 94
NPNLE36125U33R .......... 94
NPNLE36125U42R .......... 94
NPNLE36125U43R .......... 94
NPNLE36125U44R .......... 94
NPNLE36125U63RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36125U64RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36125U73RE1 ..... 94
NPNLE36125U74RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34063U32R .......... 94
NPRLE34063U33R .......... 94
NPRLE34063U42R .......... 94
NPRLE34063U43R .......... 94
NPRLE34063U44R .......... 94
NPRLE34063U63RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34063U64RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34063U73RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34063U74RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34080U32R .......... 94
NPRLE34080U33R .......... 94
NPRLE34080U42R .......... 94
NPRLE34080U43R .......... 94
NPRLE34080U44R .......... 94
NPRLE34080U63RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34080U64RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34080U73RE1 ..... 94
NPRLE34080U74RE1 ..... 94
NRHFE36160U32R ......... 98
NRHFE36160U33R ......... 98
NRHFE36160U42R ......... 98
NRHFE36160U43R ......... 98
NRHFE36160U44R ......... 98
NRHFE36160U63RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36160U64RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36200U32R ......... 98
NRHFE36200U33R ......... 98
NRHFE36200U42R ......... 98
NRHFE36200U43R ......... 98
NRHFE36200U44R ......... 98
NRHFE36200U63RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36200U64RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36250U32R ......... 98
NRHFE36250U33R ......... 98
NRHFE36250U42R ......... 98
NRHFE36250U43R ......... 98
NRHFE36250U63RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36250U64RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36320U32R ......... 98
NRHFE36320U33R ......... 98
NRHFE36320U42R ......... 98
NRHFE36320U43R ......... 98
NRHFE36320U44R ......... 98
NRHFE36320U63RE1 ..... 98
NRHFE36320U64RE1 ..... 98
NRHLFE36250U44R ....... 98
NRNFE36160U32R ......... 98
NRNFE36160U33R ......... 98
NRNFE36160U42R ......... 98
NRNFE36160U43R ......... 98
NRNFE36160U44R ......... 98
NRNFE36160U63RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36160U64RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36200U32R ......... 98
NRNFE36200U33R ......... 98
NRNFE36200U42R ......... 98
NRNFE36200U43R ......... 98
NRNFE36200U44R ......... 98
NRNFE36200U63RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36200U64RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36250U32R ......... 98
NRNFE36250U33R ......... 98
NRNFE36250U42R ......... 98
NRNFE36250U43R ......... 98
NRNFE36250U44R ......... 98
NRNFE36250U63RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36250U64RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36320U32R ......... 98
NRNFE36320U33R ......... 98
NRNFE36320U42R ......... 98
NRNFE36320U43R ......... 98
NRNFE36320U44R ......... 98
NRNFE36320U63RE1 ..... 98
NRNFE36320U64RE1 ..... 98
PDC12P4 ....................... 116
PDC12P44 ..................... 116
PDC6P20 ....................... 116
PDC6P204 ..................... 116
PGA36025CU31A ............ 76
PGA36025CU33A ............ 76
PGA36025CU41A ............ 76
PGA36025CU43A ............ 76
PGA36025CU44A ............ 76
PGA36025CU63AE1 ....... 76
PGA36025CU64AE1 ....... 76
PGA36025CU73AE1 ....... 76
PGA36025CU74AE1 ....... 76
PGA36025U31A .............. 75
PGA36025U33A .............. 75
PGA36025U41A .............. 75
PGA36025U43A .............. 75
PGA36025U44A .............. 75
PGA36025U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36025U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36025U73AE1 ........... 75
PGA36025U74AE1 ........... 75
PGA36040CU31A ............ 76
PGA36040CU33A ............ 76
PGA36040CU41A ............ 76
PGA36040CU43A ............ 76
PGA36040CU44A ............ 76
PGA36040CU63AE1 ....... 76
PGA36040CU64AE1 ....... 76
PGA36040CU73AE1 ....... 76
PGA36040CU74AE1 ....... 76
PGA36040U31A .............. 75
PGA36040U33A .............. 75
PGA36040U41A .............. 75
PGA36040U43A .............. 75
PGA36040U44A .............. 75
PGA36040U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36040U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36040U73AE1 ........... 75
PGA36040U74AE1 ........... 75
PGA36060 ....................... 75
PGA36060CU31A ............ 76
PGA36060CU33A ............ 76
PGA36060CU41A ............ 76
PGA36060CU43A ............ 76
PGA36060CU44A ............ 76
PGA36060CU63AE1 ....... 76
PGA36060CU64AE1 ....... 76
PGA36060CU73AE1 ....... 76
PGA36060CU74AE1 ....... 76
PGA36060U31A .............. 75
PGA36060U33A .............. 75
PGA36060U41A .............. 75
PGA36060U43A .............. 75
PGA36060U44A .............. 75
PGA36060U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36060U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36060U73AE1 ........... 75
PGA36060U74AE1 ........... 75
PGA36080 ....................... 75
PGA36080CU31A ............ 76
PGA36080CU33A ............ 76
PGA36080CU41A ............ 76
PGA36080CU43A ............ 76
PGA36080CU44A ............ 76
PGA36080CU63AE1 ....... 76
PGA36080CU64AE1 ....... 76
PGA36080CU73AE1 ....... 76
PGA36080CU74AE1 ....... 76
PGA36080U31A .............. 75
PGA36080U33A .............. 75
PGA36080U41A .............. 75
PGA36080U43A .............. 75
PGA36080U44A .............. 75
PGA36080U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36080U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36080U73AE1 ........... 75
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PowerPact™ M-, P- and R-Frame, and Compact™ NS630b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers
PGA36080U74AE1 ........... 75
PGA36100 ....................... 75
PGA36100U31A .............. 75
PGA36100U33A .............. 75
PGA36100U41A .............. 75
PGA36100U43A .............. 75
PGA36100U44A .............. 75
PGA36100U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36100U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36100U73AE1 ........... 75
PGA36100U74AE1 ........... 75
PGA36120 ....................... 75
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PGA36120U33A .............. 75
PGA36120U41A .............. 75
PGA36120U43A .............. 75
PGA36120U44A .............. 75
PGA36120U63AE1 ........... 75
PGA36120U64AE1 ........... 75
PGA36120U73AE1 ........... 75
PGA36120U74AE1 ........... 75
PGL36025CU31A ............ 74
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PGL36025CU43A ............ 74
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PGL36025CU63AE1 ......... 74
PGL36025CU64AE1 ......... 74
PGL36025CU73AE1 ......... 74
PGL36025CU74AE1 ......... 74
PGL36025U31A ............... 73
PGL36025U33A ............... 73
PGL36025U41A ............... 73
PGL36025U43A ............... 73
PGL36025U44A ............... 73
PGL36025U63AE1 ............ 73
PGL36025U64AE1 ............ 73
PGL36025U73AE1 ............ 73
PGL36025U74AE1 ............ 73
PGL36040CU31A ............ 74
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PGL36040CU43A ............ 74
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PGL36040CU63AE1 ......... 74
PGL36040CU64AE1 ......... 74
PGL36040CU73AE1 ......... 74
PGL36040CU74AE1 ......... 74
PGL36040U31A ............... 73
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PGL36040U43A ............... 73
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PGL36040U63AE1 ............ 73
PGL36040U64AE1 ............ 73
PGL36040U73AE1 ............ 73
PGL36040U74AE1 ............ 73
PGL36060 ....................... 73
PGL36060CU31A ............ 74
PGL36060CU33A ............ 74
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PGL36060CU43A ............ 74
PGL36060CU44A ............ 74
PGL36060CU63AE1 ......... 74
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PGL36060CU73AE1 ......... 74
PGL36060CU74AE1 ......... 74
PGL36060U31A ............... 73
PGL36060U33A ............... 73
PGL36060U41A ............... 73
PGL36060U43A ............... 73
PGL36060U44A ............... 73
PGL36060U63AE1 ............ 73
PGL36060U64AE1 ............ 73
PGL36060U73AE1 ............ 73
PGL36060U74AE1 ............ 73
PGL36080 ....................... 73
PGL36080CU31A ............ 74
PGL36080CU33A ............ 74
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PGL36080CU43A ............ 74
PGL36080CU44A ............ 74
PGL36080CU63AE1 ..........74
PGL36080CU64AE1 ..........74
PGL36080CU73AE1 ..........74
PGL36080CU74AE1 ..........74
PGL36080U31A ............... 73
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PGL36080U41A ............... 73
PGL36080U43A ............... 73
PGL36080U44A ............... 73
PGL36080U63AE1 .............73
PGL36080U64AE1 .............73
PGL36080U73AE1 .............73
PGL36080U74AE1 .............73
PGL36100 ........................ 73
PGL36100CU31A ............ 74
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PGL36100CU43A ............ 74
PGL36100CU44A ............ 74
PGL36100CU63AE1 ..........74
PGL36100CU64AE1 ..........74
PGL36100CU73AE1 ..........74
PGL36100CU74AE1 ..........74
PGL36100U31A ............... 73
PGL36100U33A ............... 73
PGL36100U41A ............... 73
PGL36100U43A ............... 73
PGL36100U44A ............... 73
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PGL36100U64AE1 .............73
PGL36100U73AE1 .............73
PGL36100U74AE1 .............73
PGL36120 ........................ 73
PGL36120CU31A ............ 74
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PGL36120CU43A ............ 74
PGL36120CU44A ............ 74
PGL36120CU63AE1 ..........74
PGL36120CU64AE1 ..........74
PGL36120CU73AE1 ..........74
PGL36120CU74AE1 ..........74
PGL36120U31A ............... 73
PGL36120U33A ............... 73
PGL36120U41A ............... 73
PGL36120U43A ............... 73
PGL36120U44A ............... 73
PGL36120U63AE1 .............73
PGL36120U64AE1 .............73
PGL36120U73AE1 .............73
PGL36120U74AE1 .............73
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PJA36025CU64AE1 ........ 76
PJA36025CU73AE1 ........ 76
PJA36025CU74AE1 ........ 76
PJA36025U31A ............... 75
PJA36025U33A ............... 75
PJA36025U41A ............... 75
PJA36025U43A ............... 75
PJA36025U44A ............... 75
PJA36025U63AE1 .............75
PJA36025U64AE1 .............75
PJA36025U73AE1 .............75
PJA36025U74AE1 .............75
PJA36040CU31A ............. 76
PJA36040CU33A ............. 76
PJA36040CU41A ............. 76
PJA36040CU43A ............. 76
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PJA36040CU63AE1 ........ 76
PJA36040CU64AE1 ........ 76
PJA36040CU73AE1 ........ 76
PJA36040CU74AE1 ........ 76
PJA36040U31A ............... 75
PJA36040U33A ............... 75
PJA36040U41A ............... 75
PJA36040U43A ............... 75
PJA36040U44A ............... 75
PJA36040U63AE1 .............75
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PJA36040U73AE1 .............75
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PJA36060CU43A ............. 76
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PJA36060CU63AE1 ........ 76
PJA36060CU64AE1 ........ 76
PJA36060CU73AE1 ........ 76
PJA36060CU74AE1 ........ 76
PJA36060U31A ............... 75
PJA36060U33A ............... 75
PJA36060U41A ............... 75
PJA36060U43A ............... 75
PJA36060U44A ............... 75
PJA36060U63AE1 .............75
PJA36060U64AE1 .............75
PJA36060U73AE1 .............75
PJA36060U74AE1 .............75
PJA36080 ........................ 75
PJA36080CU31A ............. 76
PJA36080CU33A ............. 76
PJA36080CU41A ............. 76
PJA36080CU43A ............. 76
PJA36080CU44A ............. 76
PJA36080CU63AE1 ........ 76
PJA36080CU64AE1 ........ 76
PJA36080CU73AE1 ........ 76
PJA36080CU74AE1 ........ 76
PJA36080U31A ............... 75
PJA36080U33A ............... 75
PJA36080U41A ............... 75
PJA36080U43A ............... 75
PJA36080U44A ............... 75
PJA36080U63AE1 .............75
PJA36080U64AE1 .............75
PJA36080U73AE1 .............75
PJA36080U74AE1 .............75
PJA36100 ........................ 75
PJA36100U31A ............... 75
PJA36100U33A ............... 75
PJA36100U41A ............... 75
PJA36100U43A ............... 75
PJA36100U44A ............... 75
PJA36100U63AE1 .............75
PJA36100U64AE1 .............75
PJA36100U73AE1 .............75
PJA36100U74AE1 .............75
PJA36120 ........................ 75
PJA36120U31A ............... 75
PJA36120U33A ............... 75
PJA36120U41A ............... 75
PJA36120U43A ............... 75
PJA36120U44A ............... 75
PJA36120U63AE1 .............75
PJA36120U64AE1 .............75
PJA36120U73AE1 .............75
PJA36120U74AE1 .............75
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PJL36025CU63AE1 ...........74
PJL36025CU64AE1 ...........74
PJL36025CU73AE1 ...........74
PJL36025CU74AE1 ...........74
PJL36025U31A ................ 73
PJL36025U33A ................ 73
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PJL36025U43A ................ 73
PJL36025U44A ................ 73
PJL36025U63AE1 .............73
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PJL36025U73AE1 .............73
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PJL36040CU31A ............. 74
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PJL36040CU43A ............. 74
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PJL36040CU64AE1 ...........74
PJL36040CU73AE1 ...........74
PJL36040CU74AE1 ...........74
PJL36040U31A ................ 73
PJL36040U33A ................ 73
PJL36040U41A ................ 73
PJL36040U43A ................ 73
PJL36040U44A ................ 73
PJL36040U63AE1 .............73
PJL36040U64AE1 .............73
PJL36040U73AE1 .............73
PJL36040U74AE1 .............73
PJL36060 ......................... 73
PJL36060CU31A ............. 74
PJL36060CU33A ............. 74
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PJL36060CU44A ............. 74
PJL36060CU63AE1 ...........74
PJL36060CU64AE1 ...........74
PJL36060CU73AE1 ...........74
PJL36060CU74AE1 ...........74
PJL36060M68 .................. 79
PJL36060U31A ................ 73
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PJL36060U43A ................ 73
PJL36060U44A ................ 73
PJL36060U63AE1 .............73
PJL36060U64AE1 .............73
PJL36060U73AE1 .............73
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PJL36080 ......................... 73
PJL36080CU31A ............. 74
PJL36080CU33A ............. 74
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PJL36080CU63AE1 ...........74
PJL36080CU64AE1 ...........74
PJL36080CU73AE1 ...........74
PJL36080CU74AE1 ...........74
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PJL36080U31A ................ 73
PJL36080U33A ................ 73
PJL36080U41A ................ 73
PJL36080U43A ................ 73
PJL36080U44A ................ 73
PJL36080U63AE1 .............73
PJL36080U64AE1 .............73
PJL36080U73AE1 .............73
PJL36080U74AE1 .............73
PJL36100 ......................... 73
PJL36100CU31A ............. 74
PJL36100CU33A ............. 74
PJL36100CU41A ............. 74
PJL36100CU43A ............. 74
PJL36100CU44A ............. 74
PJL36100CU63AE1 ...........74
PJL36100CU64AE1 ...........74
PJL36100CU73AE1 ...........74
PJL36100CU74AE1 ...........74
PJL36100M69 .................. 79
PJL36100U31A ................ 73
PJL36100U33A ................ 73
PJL36100U41A ................ 73
PJL36100U43A ................ 73
PJL36100U44A ................ 73
PJL36100U63AE1 ............. 73
PJL36100U64AE1 ............. 73
PJL36100U73AE1 ............. 73
PJL36100U74AE1 ............. 73
PJL36120 ......................... 73
PJL36120CU31A ............. 74
PJL36120CU33A ............. 74
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PJL36120CU43A ............. 74
PJL36120CU44A ............. 74
PJL36120CU63AE1 ........... 74
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PJL36120CU73AE1 .......... 74
PJL36120CU74AE1 .......... 74
PJL36120M70 .................. 79
PJL36120U31A ................ 73
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PJL36120U41A ................ 73
PJL36120U43A ................ 73
PJL36120U44A ................ 73
PJL36120U63AE1 ............. 73
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PJL36120U73AE1 ............. 73
PJL36120U74AE1 ............. 73
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PKA36025CU33A ............ 76
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PKA36025CU43A ............ 76
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PKA36025CU64AE1 ........ 76
PKA36025CU73AE1 ........ 76
PKA36025CU74AE1 ........ 76
PKA36025U31A ............... 75
PKA36025U33A ............... 75
PKA36025U41A ............... 75
PKA36025U43A ............... 75
PKA36025U44A ............... 75
PKA36025U63AE1 ............ 75
PKA36025U64AE1 ............ 75
PKA36025U73AE1 ............ 75
PKA36025U74AE1 ............ 75
PKA36040CU31A ............ 76
PKA36040CU33A ............ 76
PKA36040CU41A ............ 76
PKA36040CU43A ............ 76
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PKA36040CU63AE1 ........ 76
PKA36040CU64AE1 ........ 76
PKA36040CU73AE1 ........ 76
PKA36040CU74AE1 ........ 76
PKA36040U31A ............... 75
PKA36040U33A ............... 75
PKA36040U41A ............... 75
PKA36040U43A ............... 75
PKA36040U44A ............... 75
PKA36040U63AE1 ............ 75
PKA36040U64AE1 ............ 75
PKA36040U73AE1 ............ 75
PKA36040U74AE1 ............ 75
PKA36060 ........................ 75
PKA36060CU31A ............ 76
PKA36060CU33A ............ 76
PKA36060CU41A ............ 76
PKA36060CU43A ............ 76
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PKA36060CU63AE1 ........ 76
PKA36060CU64AE1 ........ 76
PKA36060CU73AE1 ........ 76
PKA36060CU74AE1 ........ 76
PKA36060U31A ............... 75
PKA36060U33A ............... 75
PKA36060U41A ............... 75
PKA36060U43A ............... 75
PKA36060U44A ............... 75
PKA36060U63AE1 ............ 75
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© 2001–2015 Schneider Electric
All Rights Reserved
PowerPact™ M-, P- and R-Frame, and Compact™ NS630b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers
PKA36060U64AE1 .............75
PKA36060U73AE1 .............75
PKA36060U74AE1 .............75
PKA36080 ........................ 75
PKA36080CU31A ............ 76
PKA36080CU33A ............ 76
PKA36080CU41A ............ 76
PKA36080CU43A ............ 76
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PKA36080CU64AE1 ........ 76
PKA36080CU73AE1 ........ 76
PKA36080CU74AE1 ........ 76
PKA36080U31A ............... 75
PKA36080U33A ............... 75
PKA36080U41A ............... 75
PKA36080U43A ............... 75
PKA36080U44A ............... 75
PKA36080U63AE1 .............75
PKA36080U64AE1 .............75
PKA36080U73AE1 .............75
PKA36080U74AE1 .............75
PKA36100 ........................ 75
PKA36100U31A ............... 75
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PKA36100U44A ............... 75
PKA36100U63AE1 .............75
PKA36100U64AE1 .............75
PKA36100U73AE1 .............75
PKA36100U74AE1 .............75
PKA36120 ........................ 75
PKA36120U31A ............... 75
PKA36120U33A ............... 75
PKA36120U41A ............... 75
PKA36120U43A ............... 75
PKA36120U44A ............... 75
PKA36120U63AE1 .............75
PKA36120U64AE1 .............75
PKA36120U73AE1 .............75
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PKL36025CU73AE1 ..........74
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PKL36025U64AE1 .............73
PKL36025U73AE1 .............73
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PKL36040CU73AE1 ..........74
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PKL36040U31A ............... 73
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PKL36060U31A ............... 73
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PKL36080 ........................ 73
PKL36080CU31A ............ 74
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PKL36080CU63AE1 ..........74
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PKL36080CU73AE1 ..........74
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PKL36080U31A ............... 73
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PKL36080U74AE1 .............73
PKL36100 ........................ 73
PKL36100CU31A ............ 74
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PKL36100CU73AE1 ..........74
PKL36100CU74AE1 ..........74
PKL36100U31A ............... 73
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PKL36100U43A ............... 73
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PKL36100U73AE1 .............73
PKL36100U74AE1 .............73
PKL36120 ........................ 73
PKL36120CU31A ............ 74
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PKL36120CU63AE1 ..........74
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PKL36120CU73AE1 ..........74
PKL36120CU74AE1 ..........74
PKL36120U31A ............... 73
PKL36120U33A ............... 73
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PKL36120U63AE1 .............73
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PLA34025CU74AE1 ........ 76
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PLA34040U44A ............... 75
PLA34040U63AE1 .............75
PLA34040U64AE1 .............75
PLA34040U73AE1 .............75
PLA34040U74AE1 .............75
PLA34060 ........................ 75
PLA34060CU31A ............76
PLA34060CU33A ............76
PLA34060CU41A ............76
PLA34060CU43A ............76
PLA34060CU44A ............76
PLA34060CU63AE1 ........ 76
PLA34060CU64AE1 ........ 76
PLA34060CU73AE1 ........ 76
PLA34060CU74AE1 ........ 76
PLA34060U31A ............... 75
PLA34060U33A ............... 75
PLA34060U41A ............... 75
PLA34060U43A ............... 75
PLA34060U44A ............... 75
PLA34060U63AE1 .............75
PLA34060U64AE1 .............75
PLA34060U73AE1 .............75
PLA34060U74AE1 .............75
PLA34080 ........................ 75
PLA34080CU31A ............76
PLA34080CU33A ............76
PLA34080CU41A ............76
PLA34080CU43A ............76
PLA34080CU44A ............76
PLA34080CU63AE1 ........ 76
PLA34080CU64AE1 ........ 76
PLA34080CU73AE1 ........ 76
PLA34080CU74AE1 ........ 76
PLA34080U31A ............... 75
PLA34080U33A ............... 75
PLA34080U41A ............... 75
PLA34080U43A ............... 75
PLA34080U44A ............... 75
PLA34080U63AE1 .............75
PLA34080U64AE1 .............75
PLA34080U73AE1 .............75
PLA34080U74AE1 .............75
PLA34100 ........................ 75
PLA34100U31A ............... 75
PLA34100U33A ............... 75
PLA34100U41A ............... 75
PLA34100U43A ............... 75
PLA34100U44A ............... 75
PLA34100U63AE1 .............75
PLA34100U64AE1 .............75
PLA34100U73AE1 ............ 75
PLA34100U74AE1 ............ 75
PLA34120 ........................75
PLA34120U31A ............... 75
PLA34120U33A ............... 75
PLA34120U41A ............... 75
PLA34120U43A ............... 75
PLA34120U44A ............... 75
PLA34120U63AE1 ............ 75
PLA34120U64AE1 ............ 75
PLA34120U73AE1 ............ 75
PLA34120U74AE1 ............ 75
PLL34000S10 .................. 78
PLL34000S12 .................. 78
PLL34000S60 .................. 78
PLL34000S80 .................. 78
PLL34025CU31A ............. 74
PLL34025CU33A ............. 74
PLL34025CU41A ............. 74
PLL34025CU43A ............. 74
PLL34025CU44A ............. 74
PLL34025CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34025CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34025CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34025CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34025U31A ............... 73
PLL34025U33A ............... 73
PLL34025U41A ............... 73
PLL34025U43A ............... 73
PLL34025U44A ............... 73
PLL34025U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34025U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34025U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34025U74AE1 ............. 73
PLL34040CU31A ............. 74
PLL34040CU33A ............. 74
PLL34040CU41A ............. 74
PLL34040CU43A ............. 74
PLL34040CU44A ............. 74
PLL34040CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34040CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34040CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34040CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34040U31A ............... 73
PLL34040U33A ............... 73
PLL34040U41A ............... 73
PLL34040U43A ............... 73
PLL34040U44A ............... 73
PLL34040U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34040U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34040U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34040U74AE1 ............. 73
PLL34060 ........................73
PLL34060CU31A ............. 74
PLL34060CU33A ............. 74
PLL34060CU41A ............. 74
PLL34060CU43A ............. 74
PLL34060CU44A ............. 74
PLL34060CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34060CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34060CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34060CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34060M68 ................. 79
PLL34060U31A ............... 73
PLL34060U33A ............... 73
PLL34060U41A ............... 73
PLL34060U43A ............... 73
PLL34060U44A ............... 73
PLL34060U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34060U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34060U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34060U74AE1 ............. 73
PLL34080 ........................73
PLL34080CU31A ............. 74
PLL34080CU33A ............. 74
PLL34080CU41A ............. 74
PLL34080CU43A ............. 74
PLL34080CU44A ............. 74
PLL34080CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34080CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34080CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34080CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34080M68 ................. 79
PLL34080U31A ...............73
PLL34080U33A ...............73
PLL34080U41A ...............73
PLL34080U43A ...............73
PLL34080U44A ...............73
PLL34080U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34080U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34080U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34080U74AE1 ............. 73
PLL34100 ........................ 73
PLL34100CU31A ............. 74
PLL34100CU33A ............. 74
PLL34100CU41A ............. 74
PLL34100CU43A ............. 74
PLL34100CU44A ............. 74
PLL34100CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34100CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34100CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34100CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34100M69 ................. 79
PLL34100U31A ...............73
PLL34100U33A ...............73
PLL34100U41A ...............73
PLL34100U43A ...............73
PLL34100U44A ...............73
PLL34100U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34100U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34100U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34100U74AE1 ............. 73
PLL34120 ........................ 73
PLL34120CU31A ............. 74
PLL34120CU33A ............. 74
PLL34120CU41A ............. 74
PLL34120CU43A ............. 74
PLL34120CU44A ............. 74
PLL34120CU63AE1 .......... 74
PLL34120CU64AE1 .......... 74
PLL34120CU73AE1 .......... 74
PLL34120CU74AE1 .......... 74
PLL34120M70 ................. 79
PLL34120U31A ...............73
PLL34120U33A ...............73
PLL34120U41A ...............73
PLL34120U43A ...............73
PLL34120U44A ...............73
PLL34120U63AE1 ............. 73
PLL34120U64AE1 ............. 73
PLL34120U73AE1 ............. 73
PLL34120U74AE1 ............. 73
RD10 .............................. 118
RD16 .............................. 118
RE10 .............................. 118
RE16 .............................. 118
RGA36100CU31A ........... 88
RGA36100CU33A ........... 88
RGA36100CU41A ........... 88
RGA36100CU43A ........... 88
RGA36100CU44A ........... 88
RGA36100CU63AE1 ....... 88
RGA36100CU64AE1 ....... 88
RGA36100CU73AE1 ....... 88
RGA36100CU74AE1 ....... 88
RGA36120CU31A ........... 88
RGA36120CU33A ........... 88
RGA36120CU41A ........... 88
RGA36120CU43A ........... 88
RGA36120CU44A ........... 88
RGA36120CU63AE1 ....... 88
RGA36120CU64AE1 ....... 88
RGA36120CU73AE1 ....... 88
RGA36120CU74AE1 ....... 88
RGF36060 ....................... 84
RGF36060CU31A .............. 86
RGF36060CU33A .............. 86
RGF36060CU41A .............. 86
RGF36060CU43A .............. 86
RGF36060CU44A .............. 86
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RGF36060CU63AE1 ......... 86
RGF36060CU64AE1 ......... 86
RGF36060CU73AE1 ......... 86
RGF36060CU74AE1 ......... 86
RGF36060U31A ................ 84
RGF36060U33A ................ 84
RGF36060U41A ................ 84
RGF36060U43A ................ 84
RGF36060U44A ................ 84
RGF36060U63AE1 ............ 84
RGF36060U64AE1 ............ 84
RGF36060U73AE1 ............ 84
RGF36060U74AE1 ............ 84
RGF36080 ....................... 84
RGF36080CU31A ............. 86
RGF36080CU33A ............. 86
RGF36080CU41A ............. 86
RGF36080CU43A ............. 86
RGF36080CU44A ............. 86
RGF36080CU63AE1 ......... 86
RGF36080CU64AE1 ......... 86
RGF36080CU73AE1 ......... 86
RGF36080CU74AE1 ......... 86
RGF36080U31A ................ 84
RGF36080U33A ................ 84
RGF36080U41A ................ 84
RGF36080U43A ................ 84
RGF36080U44A ................ 84
RGF36080U63AE1 ............ 84
RGF36080U64AE1 ............ 84
RGF36080U73AE1 ............ 84
RGF36080U74AE1 ............ 84
RGF36100 ....................... 84
RGF36100CU31A ............. 86
RGF36100CU33A ............. 86
RGF36100CU41A ............. 86
RGF36100CU43A ............. 86
RGF36100CU44A ............. 86
RGF36100CU63AE1 ......... 86
RGF36100CU64AE1 ......... 86
RGF36100CU73AE1 ......... 86
RGF36100CU74AE1 ......... 86
RGF36100U31A ................ 84
RGF36100U33A ................ 84
RGF36100U41A ................ 84
RGF36100U43A ................ 84
RGF36100U44A ................ 84
RGF36100U63AE1 ............ 84
RGF36100U64AE1 ............ 84
RGF36100U73AE1 ............ 84
RGF36100U74AE1 ............ 84
RGF36120 ....................... 84
RGF36120CU31A ............. 86
RGF36120CU33A ............. 86
RGF36120CU41A ............. 86
RGF36120CU43A ............. 86
RGF36120CU44A ............. 86
RGF36120CU63AE1 ......... 86
RGF36120CU64AE1 ......... 86
RGF36120CU73AE1 ......... 86
RGF36120CU74AE1 ......... 86
RGF36120U31A ................ 84
RGF36120U33A ................ 84
RGF36120U41A ................ 84
RGF36120U43A ................ 84
RGF36120U44A ................ 84
RGF36120U63AE1 ............ 84
RGF36120U64AE1 ............ 84
RGF36120U73AE1 ............ 84
RGF36120U74AE1 ............ 84
RGF36160 .......................... 85
RGF36160CU31A ............. 87
RGF36160CU33A ............. 87
RGF36160CU41A ............. 87
RGF36160CU43A ............. 87
RGF36160CU44A ............. 87
RGF36160CU63AE1 ......... 87
RGF36160CU64AE1 ......... 87
RGF36160CU73AE1 ......... 87
RGF36160CU74AE1 ......... 87
RGF36160U31A .................85
RGF36160U33A .................85
RGF36160U41A .................85
RGF36160U43A .................85
RGF36160U44A .................85
RGF36160U63AE1 ............85
RGF36160U64AE1 ............85
RGF36160U73AE1 ............85
RGF36160U74AE1 ............85
RGF36200 ..........................85
RGF36200CU31A ..............87
RGF36200CU33A ..............87
RGF36200CU41A ..............87
RGF36200CU43A ..............87
RGF36200CU44A ..............87
RGF36200CU63AE1 ..........87
RGF36200CU64AE1 ..........87
RGF36200CU73AE1 ..........87
RGF36200CU74AE1 ..........87
RGF36200U31A .................85
RGF36200U33A .................85
RGF36200U41A .................85
RGF36200U43A .................85
RGF36200U44A .................85
RGF36200U63AE1 ............85
RGF36200U64AE1 ............85
RGF36200U73AE1 ............85
RGF36200U74AE1 ............85
RGF36250 ..........................85
RGF36250CU31A ..............87
RGF36250CU33A ..............87
RGF36250CU41A ..............87
RGF36250CU43A ..............87
RGF36250CU44A ..............87
RGF36250CU63AE1 ..........87
RGF36250CU64AE1 ..........87
RGF36250CU73AE1 ..........87
RGF36250CU74AE1 ..........87
RGF36250U31A .................85
RGF36250U33A .................85
RGF36250U41A .................85
RGF36250U43A .................85
RGF36250U44A .................85
RGF36250U63AE1 ............85
RGF36250U64AE1 ............85
RGF36250U73AE1 ............85
RGF36250U74AE1 ............85
RGF36300CU31A ..............87
RGF36300CU33A ..............87
RGF36300CU41A ..............87
RGF36300CU43A ..............87
RGF36300CU44A ..............87
RGF36300CU63AE1 ..........87
RGF36300CU64AE1 ..........87
RGF36300CU73AE1 ..........87
RGF36300CU74AE1 ..........87
RGF36300U31A .................85
RGF36300U33A .................85
RGF36300U41A .................85
RGF36300U43A .................85
RGF36300U44A .................85
RGF36300U63AE1 ............85
RGF36300U64AE1 ............85
RGF36300U73AE1 ............85
RGF36300U74AE1 ............85
RJA36100CU31A ............ 88
RJA36100CU33A ............ 88
RJA36100CU41A ............ 88
RJA36100CU43A ............ 88
RJA36100CU44A ............ 88
RJA36100CU63AE1 ........ 88
RJA36100CU64AE1 ........ 88
RJA36100CU73AE1 ........ 88
RJA36100CU74AE1 ........ 88
RJA36120CU31A ............ 88
RJA36120CU33A ............ 88
RJA36120CU41A ............ 88
RJA36120CU43A ............ 88
RJA36120CU44A ............ 88
RJA36120CU63AE1 ........ 88
RJA36120CU64AE1 ........ 88
RJA36120CU73AE1 ........ 88
RJA36120CU74AE1 ........ 88
RJF36060 ........................ 84
RJF36060CU31A ...............86
RJF36060CU33A ...............86
RJF36060CU41A ...............86
RJF36060CU43A ...............86
RJF36060CU44A ...............86
RJF36060CU63AE1 ...........86
RJF36060CU64AE1 ...........86
RJF36060CU73AE1 ...........86
RJF36060CU74AE1 ...........86
RJF36060U31A ..................84
RJF36060U33A ..................84
RJF36060U41A ..................84
RJF36060U43A ..................84
RJF36060U44A ..................84
RJF36060U63AE1 .............84
RJF36060U64AE1 .............84
RJF36060U73AE1 .............84
RJF36060U74AE1 .............84
RJF36080 ........................ 84
RJF36080CU31A ...............86
RJF36080CU33A ...............86
RJF36080CU41A ...............86
RJF36080CU43A ...............86
RJF36080CU44A ...............86
RJF36080CU63AE1 ...........86
RJF36080CU64AE1 ...........86
RJF36080CU73AE1 ...........86
RJF36080CU74AE1 ...........86
RJF36080U31A ..................84
RJF36080U33A ..................84
RJF36080U41A ..................84
RJF36080U43A ..................84
RJF36080U44A ..................84
RJF36080U63AE1 .............84
RJF36080U64AE1 .............84
RJF36080U73AE1 .............84
RJF36080U74AE1 .............84
RJF36100 ........................ 84
RJF36100CU31A ...............86
RJF36100CU33A ...............86
RJF36100CU41A ...............86
RJF36100CU43A ...............86
RJF36100CU44A ...............86
RJF36100CU63AE1 ...........86
RJF36100CU64AE1 ...........86
RJF36100CU73AE1 ...........86
RJF36100CU74AE1 ...........86
RJF36100U31A ..................84
RJF36100U33A ..................84
RJF36100U41A ..................84
RJF36100U43A ..................84
RJF36100U44A ..................84
RJF36100U63AE1 .............84
RJF36100U64AE1 .............84
RJF36100U73AE1 .............84
RJF36100U74AE1 .............84
RJF36120 ........................ 84
RJF36120CU31A ...............86
RJF36120CU33A ...............86
RJF36120CU41A ...............86
RJF36120CU43A ...............86
RJF36120CU44A ...............86
RJF36120CU63AE1 ...........86
RJF36120CU64AE1 ...........86
RJF36120CU73AE1 ...........86
RJF36120CU74AE1 ...........86
RJF36120U31A ..................84
RJF36120U33A ..................84
RJF36120U41A ..................84
RJF36120U43A ..................84
RJF36120U44A ..................84
RJF36120U63AE1 .............84
RJF36120U64AE1 .............84
RJF36120U73AE1 .............84
RJF36120U74AE1 .............84
RJF36160 ...........................85
RJF36160CU31A ...............87
RJF36160CU33A ...............87
RJF36160CU41A ...............87
RJF36160CU43A ...............87
RJF36160CU44A ...............87
RJF36160CU63AE1 ..........87
RJF36160CU64AE1 ..........87
RJF36160CU73AE1 ..........87
RJF36160CU74AE1 ..........87
RJF36160U31A ..................85
RJF36160U33A ..................85
RJF36160U41A ..................85
RJF36160U43A ..................85
RJF36160U44A ..................85
RJF36160U63AE1 .............85
RJF36160U64AE1 .............85
RJF36160U73AE1 .............85
RJF36160U74AE1 .............85
RJF36200 ...........................85
RJF36200CU31A ...............87
RJF36200CU33A ...............87
RJF36200CU41A ...............87
RJF36200CU43A ...............87
RJF36200CU44A ...............87
RJF36200CU63AE1 ..........87
RJF36200CU64AE1 ..........87
RJF36200CU73AE1 ..........87
RJF36200CU74AE1 ..........87
RJF36200U31A ..................85
RJF36200U33A ..................85
RJF36200U41A ..................85
RJF36200U43A ..................85
RJF36200U44A ..................85
RJF36200U63AE1 .............85
RJF36200U64AE1 .............85
RJF36200U74AE1 .............85
RJF36250 ...........................85
RJF36250CU31A ...............87
RJF36250CU33A ...............87
RJF36250CU41A ...............87
RJF36250CU43A ...............87
RJF36250CU44A ...............87
RJF36250CU63AE1 ..........87
RJF36250CU64AE1 ..........87
RJF36250CU73AE1 ..........87
RJF36250CU74AE1 ..........87
RJF36250U31A ..................85
RJF36250U33A ..................85
RJF36250U41A ..................85
RJF36250U43A ..................85
RJF36250U44A ..................85
RJF36250U63AE1 .............85
RJF36250U64AE1 .............85
RJF36250U73AE1 .............85
RJF36250U74AE1 .............85
RJF36300CU31A ...............87
RJF36300CU33A ...............87
RJF36300CU41A ...............87
RJF36300CU43A ...............87
RJF36300CU44A ...............87
RJF36300CU63AE1 ..........87
RJF36300CU64AE1 ..........87
RJF36300CU73AE1 ..........87
RJF36300CU74AE1 ..........87
RJF36300U31A ..................85
RJF36300U33A ..................85
RJF36300U41A ..................85
RJF36300U43A ..................85
RJF36300U44A ..................85
RJF36300U63AE1 .............85
RJF36300U64AE1 .............85
RJF36300U73AE1 .............85
RJF36300U74AE1 .............85
RJF363200U73AE1 ...........85
RKA36100CU31A ............ 88
RKA36100CU33A ............ 88
RKA36100CU41A ............ 88
RKA36100CU43A ............ 88
RKA36100CU44A ............ 88
RKA36100CU63AE1 ....... 88
RKA36100CU64AE1 ....... 88
RKA36100CU73AE1 ....... 88
RKA36100CU74AE1 ....... 88
RKA36120CU31A ............ 88
RKA36120CU33A ............ 88
RKA36120CU41A ............ 88
RKA36120CU43A ............ 88
RKA36120CU44A ............ 88
RKA36120CU63AE1 ....... 88
RKA36120CU64AE1 ....... 88
RKA36120CU73AE1 ....... 88
RKA36120CU74AE1 ....... 88
RKF36000S12 ................. 89
RKF36000S16 ................. 89
RKF36000S20 ................. 89
RKF36000S25 ................. 89
RKF36000S30 ................. 89
RKF36060 ........................ 84
RKF36060CU31A .............. 86
RKF36060CU33A .............. 86
RKF36060CU41A .............. 86
RKF36060CU43A .............. 86
RKF36060CU44A .............. 86
RKF36060CU63AE1 .......... 86
RKF36060CU64AE1 .......... 86
RKF36060CU73AE1 .......... 86
RKF36060CU74AE1 .......... 86
RKF36060U31A ................. 84
RKF36060U33A ................. 84
RKF36060U41A ................. 84
RKF36060U43A ................. 84
RKF36060U44A ................. 84
RKF36060U63AE1 ............ 84
RKF36060U64AE1 ............ 84
RKF36060U73AE1 ............ 84
RKF36060U74AE1 ............ 84
RKF36080 ........................ 84
RKF36080CU31A .............. 86
RKF36080CU33A .............. 86
RKF36080CU41A .............. 86
RKF36080CU43A .............. 86
RKF36080CU44A .............. 86
RKF36080CU63AE1 .......... 86
RKF36080CU64AE1 .......... 86
RKF36080CU73AE1 .......... 86
RKF36080CU74AE1 .......... 86
RKF36080U31A ................. 84
RKF36080U33A ................. 84
RKF36080U41A ................. 84
RKF36080U43A ................. 84
RKF36080U44A ................. 84
RKF36080U63AE1 ............ 84
RKF36080U64AE1 ............ 84
RKF36080U73AE1 ............ 84
RKF36080U74AE1 ............ 84
RKF36100 ........................ 84
RKF36100CU31A .............. 86
RKF36100CU33A .............. 86
RKF36100CU41A .............. 86
RKF36100CU43A .............. 86
RKF36100CU44A .............. 86
RKF36100CU63AE1 .......... 86
RKF36100CU64AE1 .......... 86
RKF36100CU73AE1 .......... 86
RKF36100CU74AE1 .......... 86
RKF36100U31A ................. 84
RKF36100U33A ................. 84
RKF36100U41A ................. 84
RKF36100U43A ................. 84
RKF36100U44A ................. 84
RKF36100U63AE1 ............ 84
RKF36100U64AE1 ............ 84
RKF36100U73AE1 ............ 84
RKF36100U74AE1 ............ 84
RKF36120 ........................ 84
RKF36120CU31A .............. 86
RKF36120CU33A .............. 86
RKF36120CU41A .............. 86
RKF36120CU43A .............. 86
RKF36120CU44A .............. 86
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PowerPact™ M-, P- and R-Frame, and Compact™ NS630b–NS3200 Circuit Breakers
RKF36120CU63AE1 ..........86
RKF36120CU64AE1 ..........86
RKF36120CU73AE1 ..........86
RKF36120CU74AE1 ..........86
RKF36120U31A .................84
RKF36120U33A .................84
RKF36120U41A .................84
RKF36120U43A .................84
RKF36120U44A .................84
RKF36120U63AE1 .............84
RKF36120U64AE1 .............84
RKF36120U73AE1 .............84
RKF36120U74AE1 .............84
RKF36160 ...........................85
RKF36160CU31A ...............87
RKF36160CU33A ...............87
RKF36160CU41A ...............87
RKF36160CU43A ...............87
RKF36160CU44A ...............87
RKF36160CU63AE1 ..........87
RKF36160CU64AE1 ..........87
RKF36160CU73AE1 ..........87
RKF36160CU74AE1 ..........87
RKF36160U31A .................85
RKF36160U33A .................85
RKF36160U41A .................85
RKF36160U43A .................85
RKF36160U44A .................85
RKF36160U63AE1 .............85
RKF36160U64AE1 .............85
RKF36160U73AE1 .............85
RKF36160U74AE1 .............85
RKF36200 ...........................85
RKF36200CU31A ...............87
RKF36200CU33A ...............87
RKF36200CU41A ...............87
RKF36200CU43A ...............87
RKF36200CU44A ...............87
RKF36200CU63AE1 ..........87
RKF36200CU64AE1 ..........87
RKF36200CU73AE1 ..........87
RKF36200CU74AE1 ..........87
RKF36200U31A .................85
RKF36200U33A .................85
RKF36200U41A .................85
RKF36200U43A .................85
RKF36200U44A .................85
RKF36200U63AE1 .............85
RKF36200U64AE1 .............85
RKF36200U74AE1 .............85
RKF36250 ...........................85
RKF36250CU31A ...............87
RKF36250CU33A ...............87
RKF36250CU41A ...............87
RKF36250CU43A ...............87
RKF36250CU44A ...............87
RKF36250CU63AE1 ..........87
RKF36250CU64AE1 ..........87
RKF36250CU73AE1 ..........87
RKF36250CU74AE1 ..........87
RKF36250U31A .................85
RKF36250U33A .................85
RKF36250U41A .................85
RKF36250U43A .................85
RKF36250U44A .................85
RKF36250U63AE1 .............85
RKF36250U64AE1 .............85
RKF36250U73AE1 .............85
RKF36250U74AE1 .............85
RKF36300CU31A ...............87
RKF36300CU33A ...............87
RKF36300CU41A ...............87
RKF36300CU43A ...............87
RKF36300CU44A ...............87
RKF36300CU63AE1 ..........87
RKF36300CU64AE1 ..........87
RKF36300CU73AE1 ..........87
RKF36300CU74AE1 ..........87
RKF36300U31A .................85
RKF36300U33A .................85
RKF36300U41A .................85
RKF36300U43A .................85
RKF36300U44A .................85
RKF36300U63AE1 .............85
RKF36300U64AE1 .............85
RKF36300U73AE1 .............85
RKF36300U74AE1 .............85
RKF363200U73AE1 ...........85
RL3TB .............................. 90
RL3TB4 ............................ 90
RLA36100CU31A ............ 88
RLA36100CU33A ............ 88
RLA36100CU41A ............ 88
RLA36100CU43A ............ 88
RLA36100CU44A ............ 88
RLA36100CU63AE1 ........ 88
RLA36100CU64AE1 ........ 88
RLA36100CU73AE1 ........ 88
RLA36100CU74AE1 ........ 88
RLA36120CU31A ............ 88
RLA36120CU33A ............ 88
RLA36120CU41A ............ 88
RLA36120CU43A ............ 88
RLA36120CU44A ............ 88
RLA36120CU63AE1 ........ 88
RLA36120CU64AE1 ........ 88
RLA36120CU73AE1 ........ 88
RLA36120CU74AE1 ........ 88
RLF36000S12 .................. 89
RLF36000S16 .................. 89
RLF36000S20 .................. 89
RLF36000S25 .................. 89
RLF36000S30 .................. 89
RLF36060 ........................ 84
RLF36060CU31A ...............86
RLF36060CU33A ...............86
RLF36060CU41A ...............86
RLF36060CU43A ...............86
RLF36060CU44A ...............86
RLF36060CU63AE1 ..........86
RLF36060CU64AE1 ..........86
RLF36060CU73AE1 ..........86
RLF36060CU74AE1 ..........86
RLF36060U31A ..................84
RLF36060U33A ..................84
RLF36060U41A ..................84
RLF36060U43A ..................84
RLF36060U44A ..................84
RLF36060U63AE1 .............84
RLF36060U64AE1 .............84
RLF36060U73AE1 .............84
RLF36060U74AE1 .............84
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RLF36080CU31A ...............86
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RLF36080CU41A ...............86
RLF36080CU43A ...............86
RLF36080CU44A ...............86
RLF36080CU63AE1 ..........86
RLF36080CU64AE1 ..........86
RLF36080CU73AE1 ..........86
RLF36080CU74AE1 ..........86
RLF36080U31A ..................84
RLF36080U33A ..................84
RLF36080U41A ..................84
RLF36080U43A ..................84
RLF36080U44A ..................84
RLF36080U63AE1 .............84
RLF36080U64AE1 .............84
RLF36080U73AE1 .............84
RLF36080U74AE1 .............84
RLF36100 ........................ 84
RLF36100CU31A ...............86
RLF36100CU33A ...............86
RLF36100CU41A ...............86
RLF36100CU43A ...............86
RLF36100CU44A ...............86
RLF36100CU63AE1 ..........86
RLF36100CU64AE1 ..........86
RLF36100CU73AE1 ..........86
RLF36100CU74AE1 ..........86
RLF36100U31A .................84
RLF36100U33A .................84
RLF36100U41A .................84
RLF36100U43A .................84
RLF36100U44A .................84
RLF36100U63AE1 .............84
RLF36100U64AE1 .............84
RLF36100U73AE1 .............84
RLF36100U74AE1 .............84
RLF36120 ........................ 84
RLF36120CU31A ...............86
RLF36120CU33A ...............86
RLF36120CU41A ...............86
RLF36120CU43A ...............86
RLF36120CU44A ...............86
RLF36120CU63AE1 ..........86
RLF36120CU64AE1 ..........86
RLF36120CU73AE1 ..........86
RLF36120CU74AE1 ..........86
RLF36120U31A .................84
RLF36120U33A .................84
RLF36120U41A .................84
RLF36120U43A .................84
RLF36120U44A .................84
RLF36120U63AE1 .............84
RLF36120U64AE1 .............84
RLF36120U73AE1 .............84
RLF36120U74AE1 .............84
RLF36160 ...........................85
RLF36160CU31A ...............87
RLF36160CU33A ...............87
RLF36160CU41A ...............87
RLF36160CU43A ...............87
RLF36160CU44A ...............87
RLF36160CU63AE1 ..........87
RLF36160CU64AE1 ..........87
RLF36160CU73AE1 ..........87
RLF36160CU74AE1 ..........87
RLF36160U31A .................85
RLF36160U33A .................85
RLF36160U41A .................85
RLF36160U43A .................85
RLF36160U44A .................85
RLF36160U63AE1 .............85
RLF36160U64AE1 .............85
RLF36160U73AE1 .............85
RLF36160U74AE1 .............85
RLF36200 ...........................85
RLF36200CU31A ...............87
RLF36200CU33A ...............87
RLF36200CU41A ...............87
RLF36200CU43A ...............87
RLF36200CU44A ...............87
RLF36200CU63AE1 ..........87
RLF36200CU64AE1 ..........87
RLF36200CU73AE1 ..........87
RLF36200CU74AE1 ..........87
RLF36200U31A .................85
RLF36200U33A .................85
RLF36200U41A .................85
RLF36200U43A .................85
RLF36200U44A .................85
RLF36200U63AE1 .............85
RLF36200U64AE1 .............85
RLF36200U64AE1 .............85
RLF36200U73AE1 .............85
RLF36200U74AE1 .............85
RLF36250 ...........................85
RLF36250CU31A ...............87
RLF36250CU33A ...............87
RLF36250CU41A ...............87
RLF36250CU43A ...............87
RLF36250CU44A ...............87
RLF36250CU63AE1 ..........87
RLF36250CU64AE1 ..........87
RLF36250CU73AE1 ..........87
RLF36250CU74AE1 ..........87
RLF36250U31A .................85
RLF36250U33A .................85
RLF36250U41A ................. 85
RLF36250U43A ................. 85
RLF36250U44A ................. 85
RLF36250U63AE1 ............. 85
RLF36250U64AE1 ............. 85
RLF36250U73AE1 ............. 85
RLF36250U74AE1 ............. 85
RLF36300CU31A ............... 87
RLF36300CU33A ............... 87
RLF36300CU41A ............... 87
RLF36300CU43A ............... 87
RLF36300CU44A ............... 87
RLF36300CU63AE1 .......... 87
RLF36300CU64AE1 .......... 87
RLF36300CU73AE1 .......... 87
RLF36300CU74AE1 .......... 87
RLF36300U31A ................. 85
RLF36300U33A ................. 85
RLF36300U41A ................. 85
RLF36300U43A ................. 85
RLF36300U44A ................. 85
RLF36300U63AE1 ............. 85
RLF36300U73AE1 ............. 85
RLF36300U74AE1 ............. 85
RLTB ................................ 90
RLTB ................................ 90
RLTB1 .............................. 90
RLTB1 .............................. 90
RLTB4 .............................. 90
RLTB4 .............................. 90
RLTB4 .............................. 90
RLTB4 .............................. 90
RLTBE .............................99
RLTBE4 ........................... 99
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S48837 .......................... 109
S48838 .......................... 109
S48839 .......................... 109
S48840 .......................... 109
S48855 .......................... 113
S48856 .......................... 113
S48891 .......................... 108
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YA400P7 ....................... 116
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