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Transcript
ELECTRIC VEHICLE DC CONTACTORS
MODEL SW822
The SW822 has been designed for Motor Reversing applications with direct current
loads, particularly motors as used on electric vehicles such as industrial trucks.
Developed for both interrupted and uninterrupted loads, the SW822 is suitable for
switching Resistive, Capacitive and Inductive loads.
• Interrupted current: opening and closing on load with frequent switching
(results in increased contact resistance).
• Uninterrupted current: no or infrequent load switching requirements
(maintains a lower contact resistance).
The SW822 features single pole double breaking main contacts with silver alloy tips,
which are weld resistant, hard wearing and have excellent conductivity. The SW822
has M8 stud main terminals and 6.3mm spade coil connections. Mounted using
supplied brackets, mounting can be horizontal or vertical, when vertical the M8 contact
studs should point upwards. If the requirement is for downwards orientation we can
adjust the contactor to compensate for this.
DIMENSIONS mm [in]
www.curtisinstruments.com
MODEL SW822
SPECIFICATIONS
Application
Interrupted
Thermal Current Rating (Ith)
Uninterrupted
SW822 Contactor Performance
100A
900
800
Intermittent Current Rating:
120A
100
0
(in accordance with UL583)
SW822
200
800A at 48V
80
0
70% Duty
Rated Fault Current Breaking Capacity (Icn) 5ms Time Constant:
300
70
0
130A
60
0
60% Duty
400
50
0
140A
40
0
50% Duty
500
30
0
160A
600
20
0
40% Duty
Figures are for guideline
purposes only
700
10
0
185A
Time (Seconds)
30% Duty
Current (Amperes)
Interrupted Current and Uninterrupted Current
Maximum Recommended Contact Voltages (Ue):
SW822
96V D.C.
Typical Voltage Drop per pole across New Contacts at 100A:
Connection Diagram
50mV
>5 x 106
Mechanical M.T.B.F
Coil Voltage Available (Us) (Rectifier board required for A.C.)
From 6 to 240V D.C.
Coil Power Dissipation:
Highly Intermittent Rated Types
20 – 30 Watts
Intermittently Rated types
15 – 20 Watts
Prolonged Rated Types
13 – 15 Watts
Continuously Rated Types
7 – 13 Watts
Maximum Pull-In Voltage (Coil at 20˚ C) Guideline:
Highly Intermittent Rated types (Max 25% Duty Cycle)
60% Us
Intermittently Rated types (Max 70% Duty Cycle)
60% Us
Prolonged Operation (Max 90% Duty Cycle)
60% Us
Continuously Rated Types (100% Duty Cycle)
66% Us
Drop-Out Voltage Range
10 – 25% Us
Typical Pull-In Time
20ms
Typical Drop-Out Time (N/O Contacts to Open):
Without Suppression
5ms
With Diode Suppression
50ms
With Diode and Resistor (Subject to resistance value)
Typical Contact Bounce Period
8 – 20ms
SW822 Available Options
General
Auxiliary Contacts
X
Auxiliary Contacts – V3
X
Magnetic Blowouts†
X
Magnetic Blowouts – High Powered†
X
Armature Cap
○
Mounting Brackets
●
Magnetic Latching† (Not fail safe)
Closed Contact Housing‡
○
–40˚C to +60˚C
Guideline Contactor Weight:
SW822
920 gms
80mm2 [0.124inch2]
Copper busbar
Cable
Rated suitable for Application
NOTE: Performance data provided should be used as a guide only. Some de-rating or variation from figures
may be necessary according to application.
Thermal current ratings stated are dependant upon the size of conductor being used.
The SW822 has fast drop out times and relatively slow pull-in times. Motor direction changes can be
undertaken without risk of all contacts being closed at the same time. Note, some coil suppression
such as diodes substantially increase drop out times and care must be taken to ensure suitable
suppression is used (e.g. diode and resistor in series).
M
○
Environmentally Protected IP66
○
EE Type (Steel Shroud)
X
P
Contacts
3ms
Operating Ambient Temperature
Suffix
Large Tips
○
L
Textured Tips
○
T
X
Silver Plating
Coil
AC Rectifier Board (Fitted)
○
Coil Suppression†
○
Flying Leads
○
Manual Override Operation
○
M4 Stud Terminals
X
M5 Terminal Board
○
Vacuum Impregnation
Key: Optional ○ Standard ●
F
○
Not Available X
† Connections become polarity sensitive
‡ Open Housing Available
is a trademark of Curtis Instruments, Inc.
Specifications subject to change without notice
©2013 Curtis Instruments, Inc.
Manufactured in the UK by Albright International Ltd. and Distributed in the USA by Curtis Instruments, Inc.
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