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Transcript
Functions and
characteristics
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
044313
Compact NS100 to 630 (cont.)
Remote tripping
MX or MN voltage release
A-100
MX or MN voltage releases are used to trip the circuit breaker.
MN undervoltage release
This release trips the circuit breaker when the control voltage drops below a
tripping threshold:
b tripping threshold between 0.35 and 0.7 times the rated voltage
b circuit breaker closing is possible if the voltage exceeds 0.85 times the rated
voltage.
For a lower value, circuit breaker closing cannot be guaranteed.
Circuit breaker tripping by an MN release meets the requirements of standard
IEC 60947-2.
Time-delay unit for an MN release
Eliminates nuisance tripping due to transient voltage dips lasting 200 ms.
It is used in conjunction with:
b a 250 V DC MN release, control voltage 220/240 V AC
b a 48 V DC MN release, control voltage 48 V AC.
MX shunt release
Trips the circuit breaker when the control voltage rises above 0.7 x Un.
Control signals can be of the impulse type (u 20 ms) or maintained.
Operation
When the circuit breaker has been tripped by an MN or MX release, it must be
reset locally.
MN or MX tripping takes priority over manual closing.
In the presence of a standing trip order, closing of the contacts, even temporary,
is not possible.
Mechanical characteristics
b endurance is equal to 50 % of the mechanical endurance of the circuit breaker
b the releases clip in behind the front cover
b connection using wires up to 1.5 mm2, to integrated terminal blocks.
Electrical characteristics
b consumption:
v pick-up (MX): < 10 VA
v seal-in (MN and MNR): < 5 VA.
b response time: < 50 ms.
047313
Motor-mechanism module
When equipped with a motor-mechanism module, Compact NS circuit breakers
feature very high mechanical endurance as well as easy and sure operation:
b all circuit-breaker indications and information remain visible and accessible,
including trip-unit settings and indications
b suitability for isolation is maintained and padlocking remains possible
b double insulation of the front face.
Applications
b local motor-driven operation, centralised operation, automatic distribution control
b normal/standby source changeover or switching to a replacement source to
optimise energy costs
b load shedding and reconnection to optimise energy costs
b synchrocoupling.
Automatic operation
b circuit-breaker ON and OFF controlled by two impulse-type or maintained control
signals
b automatic spring charging following voluntary tripping (by MN or MX),
with standard wiring
b mandatory manual reset following tripping due to an electrical fault.
Manual operation
b transfer to manual mode using a switch (9) with possibility of remote mode
indication
b circuit-breaker ON and OFF controlled by 2 pushbuttons
b recharging of stored-energy system by pumping the lever 9 times
b padlocking in OFF position.
Installation and connection
All installation (fixed, plug-in/withdrawable) and connection possibilities are
maintained.
Motor-mechanism module connections are made behind its front cover to
integrated terminals, for cables up to 2.5 mm2.
Accessories
b keylock for locking in OFF position
b operations counter for the Compact NS400 and NS630, indicating the number of
ON and OFF cycles. The counter must be installed on the front of the motormechanism module.
Characteristics
Compact NS250H with motor mechanism
2
3
4
5
6
E21006
1
compact
2
NS400 H
Ui 750V. Uimp 8kV.
Ue
Icu
(V)
(kA)
100
70
65
50
20
220/240
380/415
440
500/525
600/690
cat A
Ics = 100% Icu
IEC 947-2
UTE VDE BS
UNE NEMA
O OFF
charged
CEI
In = 400A
manu
10
auto
9
O
I
push OFF
push ON
8
1
7
Motor mechanism
MT100 to MT630
Response time (ms)
1
2
3
4
5
contact position indicator (suitability for isolation)
outgoing-circuit identification labels
spring status indicator (charged, discharged)
locking device (keylock)
locking device (OFF position), using 1 to 3 padlocks,
shackle diameter 5 to 8 mm, not supplied
6 manual spring-charging lever
7 I (ON) pushbutton
8 O (OFF) pushbutton
9 manual/auto mode selection switch. The position of this
switch can be indicated remotely
10 operations counter (Compact NS400/630)
opening
closing
cycles/minute max.
DC
Rate
Control voltage (V)
< 600
< 80
4
24/30 - 48/60
110/130 - 250
48 (50 Hz) - 110/130
220/240 - 380/440
y 500
y 500
y 500
y 500
AC 50/60 Hz
Consumption
(1)
DC (W)
AC (VA)
opening
closing
opening
closing
E21300
Electrical endurance
Circuit breaker + motor-mechanism module, in thousands of operations
(IEC 60947-2), at 440 V.
50
40
30
NS100
20
NS160
15
10
NS250
6
NS400
4
NS630
0,1
0,2
0,3
0,5
0,7
1
I/In
(1) For NS100/250, motor "vibratory" type consider inrush
current as 2 In during 10 ms cycling.
A-101
Functions and
characteristics
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Compact NS100 to 630 (cont.)
048287
Indications and measurement
Voltage presence indicator
The indicator detects and indicates that circuit breaker terminals are supplied with
power.
Installation
b in the long or short terminal shields, via the knockouts
b not compatible with the motor-mechanism module
b upstream or downstream of the circuit breaker
b degree of protection IP40, IK04.
Electrical characteristics
Operates on all networks with voltages ranging from 220 to 550 V AC.
Current-transformer module
041892
Compact NS630L with voltage-presence indicator
This module enables direct connection of a measurement device such as an
ammeter or a Digipact power meter (not supplied).
Installation
b directly on the downstream circuit-breaker terminals
b degree of protection IP40, IK04
b class II insulation between front and the power circuits
b connection to 6 integrated connectors for cables up to 2.5 mm2.
Electrical characteristics
b transformer with 5 A secondary winding.
b accuracy class 3 for the following output-power consumptions:
v rating 100 A: 1.6 VA
v rating 150 A: 3 VA
v rating 250 A: 5 VA
v rating 400/630A: 8 VA.
Current-transformer module with voltage measurement
outputs
045212
Compact NS630H with current-transformer module
For direct connection of a digital power monitoring unit: Power Meter PM700,
PM800, etc. (not supplied).
Installation
b mounts directly on the downstream terminals of the circuit breaker
b degree of protection: IP40 and IK04
b class II insulation of front with respect to the power circuits
b built-in connectors for cables from 1.5 to 2.5 mm2.
Electrical characteristics
b rated operational voltage Ue: 530 V
b frequencies of measured values: 50…60 Hz
b three CTs with 5 A secondary windings for the rated primary current IN
v class 0.5 to 1 for rated power consumption values at the output:
- 125 A, 150 A and 250 A ratings: class 1 for 1.1 VA
- 400/600 A rating: class 0.5 for 2 VA
v use a cable of 2.5 mm2 section up to 2.5 m long.
b four voltage measurement outputs including protection with automatic reset.
v voltage measurement output impedance 3500 Ω ±25 %,
maximum current 1 mA.
Ammeter and Imax ammeter modules
Compact NS250L with ammeter module
A-102
Ammeter module
Measures and displays (dial-type ammeter) the current of each phase (selection of
phases by 3-position switch in front).
Imax ammeter module
Measures and displays (dial-type ammeter) the maximum current flowing in the
middle phase. The Imax value can be reset on the front.
Installation
b identical for both types of ammeter module
b directly on the downstream circuit-breaker terminals
b ammeter clips into module in any of four 90° positions, i.e. can be installed of
devices mounted both vertically and horizontally
b degree of protection IP40, IK04
b class II insulation between front and the power circuits.
Electrical characteristics
b ammeter module: accuracy class 4.5
b Imax ammeter module: accuracy ±6 %
v maximum currents are displayed only if they last at least 15 minutes.
041896
Insulation-monitoring module
This module detects and indicates an insulation drop on a load circuit (TN-S or TT
systems).
Operation is identical to that of a Vigi module, but without circuit-breaker tripping.
Indication by a red LED in front.
An auxiliary contact may be installed for remote insulation-drop indications.
Installation
b directly on the downstream circuit-breaker terminals
b degree of protection: IP40, IK04
b double insulation of the front face.
Electrical characteristics
b settings: 100, 200, 500 and 1000 mA
b accuracy: -50 +0 %
b time delay following drop: 5 to 10 seconds
b AC-system voltage: 200 to 440 V AC and 440 to 550 V AC.
Compact NS250H with insulation-monitoring module
053172
Communicating auxiliaries
Communicating versions of the auxiliary contacts and the motor-mechanism
module also exist for integration in a Digipact communications system. They
simply replace the standard electrical auxiliaries.
Using the STR53UE and STR43ME trip units equipped with the COM
communications option, it is possible to transmit data to Digipact modules:
b settings
b rms values of phase and neutral currents
b current of the most heavily loaded phase
b overload alarm in progress
b tripping cause (overload, short-circuit, etc.).
054481
Compact NS equipped with communicating auxiliary contacts
and motor-mechanism module
Withdrawable Compact NS equipped with communicating
auxiliary contacts
A-103
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS100 to 630 (cont.)
Locking systems
Locking in the OFF position guarantees isolation as per IEC 60947-2.
Padlocking systems can receive up to three padlocks with shackle diameters
ranging from 5 to 8 mm (padlocks not supplied).
Control device
Toggle
Direct rotary handle
MCC rotary handle
Rotary handle
Extended rotary handle
Means
Required
accessories
lock in OFF position
lock in OFF or
ON position
lock in OFF position
padlock
padlock
removable device
fixed device
lock in OFF position
lock in OFF position
lock in OFF position,
door opening prevented
lock in OFF position,
motor mechanism
locked out
padlock
keylock
padlock
padlock
keylock
padlock
keylock
locking
device + keylock
keylock
locking device
(keylock incorporated)
E18620
E58545
Motor mechanism
E58544
Function
ON
I
pr
of
al
ux
O
OFF
Locking of the toggle using a
removable device
A-104
Locking of the toggle using a
fixed device
Locking of the rotary handle
using a padlock or a keylock.
048803
Individual enclosures
Compact NS and Vigicompact NS devices with two, three or four poles may be
installed in individual enclosures.
All fixed, front connections are possible, except right-angle and edgewise terminal
extensions. Spreaders may be installed in the enclosures intended for Interpact
Compact and Vigicompact NS250 to 630 devices.
There are two models of enclosures:
b heavy-duty metal individual enclosure, with:
v metal enclosure
v door with keylock and cut-out for rotary handle
v direct rotary handle (CNOMO, IP55, IK08)
v device mounting plate
v removable plate (without holes) for cable entry through bottom
b heavy-duty insulating individual enclosure, with:
v polyester insulating enclosure
v transparent cover, screwed, lead sealable, with cut-out for rotary handle
v extended rotary handle
v device mounting plate
v removable plates (without holes) for cable entry through bottom and/or top.
Dimensions (H x W x D in mm)
b metal enclosures:
v Compact and Vigicompact NS100 to 160:
450 x 350 x 250
v Compact and Vigicompact NS250:
650 x 350 x 250
v Compact NS400:
650 x 350 x 250
v Compact NS630 and Vigicompact NS400 to 630:
850 x 350 x 250
b insulating enclosures:
v Compact and Vigicompact NS100 to 160:
360 x 270 x 235
v Compact NS250:
540 x 270 x 235
v Compact NS400 to 630:
720 x 360 x 235
v Vigicompact NS250 to 630:
720 x 360 x 235
Heavy-duty insulating individual enclosure for Compact NS
D
E44458
W
H
A-105
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS100 to 630 (cont.)
E23938
E23936
E23935
Escutcheons are an optional feature mounted on the
switchboard door. They increase the degree of
protection to at least IP40, IK07.
E21265
Escutcheons
ON
I
push
to
trip
Front-panel escutcheon for
rotary handle.
Secures to the panel by four
screws, from the front.
For circuit breaker with motor
mechanism and Vigi module,
use the protection collar for
front panel mounting (see
below).
Toggle cover
b degree of protection IP43,
IK07
b fits on the front of the
circuit breaker.
E22039
Front-panel escutcheons for
toggle and Vigi module
(NSA160). Secures to the
panel, from the front.
80
40
0
120
A
Protection collars maintain the degree of protection,
whatever the position of the device (connected,
disconnected).
b front-panel escutcheons are mandatory (same as
those for rotary handles and ammeter modules)
b collars are mounted on the device using two screws
b escutcheons are attached to the switchboard
b a toggle extension is supplied with the collar.
For the insulation-monitoring module, use the same
elements as for the Vigi module.
Front-panel escutcheons for motor mechanism,
rotary handles, ammeter modules
Same as for fixed devices.
A-106
E21267
Front-panel escutcheons for
ammeter module. Secures to
the panel by four screws,
from the front.
Protection collar for toggle and Vigi
module on withdrawable devices
O
OFF
Outgoing-circuit identification
E18595
Compact NS100 to 630 devices come with clip-in labels for hand-written indications.
It is also possible to use pre-printed Telemecanique labels part number AB1-**:
v Compact NS100 to 250: 8 digits
v Compact NS400 to 630: 16 digits.
P
D E P. P O M
P. P
DE
O
push
to
trip
Identification accessories
Sealing accessories
E18596
This option includes the elements required to fit lead seals to prevent:
b front removal
b rotary-handle removal
b opening of the motor-mechanism module
b access to auxiliaries
b access to trip-unit settings
b trip-unit removal
b access to earth-leakage protection settings
b terminal-shield removal
b access to power connections.
Sealing accessories
A-107
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
E59224
Compact NS630b to 1600
(fixed version)
Sealable terminal
shield
Terminal extension for
cables with lugs
Interphase barriers
Connection kit
for connectors
Vertical connection
adapter
Spreader
Phase
barriers
Spreader
Rear connectors
Auxiliary contact
Voltage release
I on
I
O
push
push
ON
Manual control with
front connection
OFF
arged
disch
O OFF
d
trippe
reset
F
0 OF
I on
012
53
Manual control with
rear connection
d
trippe
Direct rotary
handle
reset
F
0 OF
Electrical control with
mixed connection
tripped
reset
Extended rotary
handle
Communications
module
Connection kit
for connectors
Sealable terminal
shield
Escutcheon
A-108
E59225
Compact NS630 to 1600
(withdrawable version)
Terminal extention for
cables with lugs
Interphase barriers
Vertical connection
adapter
Spreader
Rear connectors
Spreader
Auxiliary contact
Voltage release
Chassis with front or
rear connection
I on
I
O
push
push
ON
Manual operation
OFF
d
trippe
disch
arged
O OFF
reset
F
0 OF
I on
012
d
trippe
53
Direct rotary
handle
reset
F
0 OF
Electrical operation
tripped
reset
Communications
module
Escutcheon
Extended rotary
handle
Transparent cover
A-109
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS630b to 1600
DB112530
Installation
Fixed configuration
E59227A
E59226A
Compact NS630b to 1600 circuit breakers may be installed vertically, horizontally
or flat on their back.
E59278
Fixed Compact NS800H
Mounting on a backplate
Withdrawable configuration
E59228A
E59229A
Compact NS630b to 1600 circuit breakers should be installed vertically only.
E45176
The withdrawable configuration makes it
possible to:
b extract and/or rapidly replace the circuit
breaker without having to touch
connections;
b allow for the addition of future circuits at a
later date.
Mounting on rails
Rear mounting on rails
E59231
E59230
Mounting on a backplate
E59281A
Withdrawable Compact NS800H
Device on mounting plate
A-110
Device on rails
E59232A
Connected
Test
Disconnected
Removed
The multifunctional chassis for Compact NS630b to 1600 devices is particularly
suited for incoming circuit breakers. Features include:
b device connection and disconnection through a door, using a crank that can be
stored in the chassis
b three positions (connected, test and disconnected) that are indicated:
v locally by a position indicator
v remotely by carriage switches (3 for the connected position, 2 for the
disconnected position and 1 for the test position)
b circuit-breaker ON/OFF commands through a switchboard front panel.
Locking
There are extensive locking possibilities:
b chassis locking in connected, disconnected and test positions using three
padlocks and two keylocks, on the switchboard front panel
b door interlock (inhibits door opening with breaker in connected position)
b racking interlock (inhibits racking with door open)
b locking in each of the connected, disconnected and test positions during device
connection or disconnection. Continuation to the next position requires pressing a
release button to free the crank.
Other safety function
Mismatch protection ensures that a circuit breaker is installed only in a chassis
with compatible characteristics.
E59267A
The device may be in one of four positions
on the chassis:
b connected position. The power circuits
and auxiliary contacts are all connected
b test position. The power circuits are
disconnected. The auxiliary contacts are
still connected and the device can be
operated electrically
b disconnected position. The power circuits
and auxiliary contacts are all disconnected,
however the device is still mounted on the
chassis. It can be operated manually (ON,
OFF,
"push to trip").
b removed position. All circuits are
disconnected. The device simply rests on
the chassis rails and can be removed.
3
4
5
1
6
7
8
9
10
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
mismatch protection
door interlock
racking interlock
keylock locking
padlock locking
position indicator
chassis front plate (accessible with cubicle door closed)
crank entry
reset button
crank storage
A-111
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Types of connection
Fixed device
Front connections (N, H, L)
Connection by:
Rear connections (N, H, L, LB)
DB112482
DB112484
DB112483
DB112485
cables with lugs
+
Connection by:
bars
cables with lugs
DB112488
DB112481
Vertical:
DB112487
DB112486
Horizontal:
bare cables (except L)
DB112484
DB112480
DB112481
bars
Simply turn a horizontal rear connector 90° to make it a vertical connector.
Combination of front and rear connections (N, H, L)
Connection by:
DB112484
DB112485
Withdrawable device
Front connections
Connection by:
DB112484
cables with lugs
DB112485
DB112481
DB112491
bars
Rear connections
DB112484
cables with lugs
DB112488
DB112481
DB112492
+
Connection by:
bars
A-112
cables with lugs
DB112482
bare cables (except L)
DB112483
DB112481
E59237
E59236
bars
+
To ensure performance and isolation,
depending on the type of circuit breaker
(N, H, L, LB) and type of connection,
certain isolation accessories are
mandatory.
Connections accessories
Type of accessories
For Compact NS630b to NS1600
N, H, L, LB
-
-
-
-
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
-
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L
Set of bare-cable connectors
and terminal shields
for ratings y 1250 A
N, H
Cable lug adapters
N, H, L
Interphase barriers
DB107661
DB107666
-
Vertical-connection adapters
DB107660
Withdrawable:
Front connection Rear connection
DB107667
Fixed:
Front connection Rear connection
DB107668
N, H, L
Connection shield
DB107662
N, H, L
Safety shutters with locking
by padlocks (IP20)
DB107669
-
DB107665
(1) (2)
Spreaders
N, H, L
Arc chute screen
(1)
(1)
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
N, H, L, LB
-
-
-
-
N, H, L, LB
(standard)
N, H, L, LB
(standard)
-
-
-
(1) (2)
(1) Mandatory for voltages u 500 V unless using the bare-cable connector + terminal shield kit.
(2) Mandatory for fixed devices with L and LB performance levels, whatever the voltage.
A-113
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Fixed, front-connection Compact NS630b to 1600
devices are equipped with terminals comprising
captive screws for direct connection of bars.
Other connection possibilities for bars include
vertical-connection adapters for edgewise bars and
spreaders to increase the pole pitch to 95 mm.
If the vertical connection adapters are front oriented,
then it is mandatory to install the arc chute screen in
order to comply with the safety clearances.
E46426A
Bars
Vertical-connection adapters
E59239A
E59238A
E46431A
E59235
E54540
Front connection of fixed devices
E70750
E59240A
Spreaders.
E59241A
Special sets of connectors and terminal shields may
be used to connect up to four 240 mm2 copper or
aluminium cables for each phase. Bare cable
connection is possible for ratings up to and including
1250 A.
E46887A
E54457
Bare cables
4-cable connectors
Cable lug adapters
E59243A
E70751
E59242A
Cable lug adapters are combined with the verticalconnection adapters.
One to four cables with crimped lugs (y 300 mm2)
may be connected.
To ensure stability, spacers must be positioned
between the terminal extensions.
If the cable lug adapters are installed over the top of
the arc chute chambers, then it is mandatory to install
the arc chute screen in order to comply with the
safety clearances.
E46427A
E54456
Cables with lugs
A-114
Rear connection of fixed devices
Spreaders.
E59247A
E59248A
E59257A
E59236
Fixed, rear-connection Compact NS630b to 1600
devices equipped with horizontal or vertical connectors
may be directly connected to flat or edgewise bars,
depending on the position of the connectors.
Spreaders are available to increase the pole pitch to
95 mm.
E46431A
E54540
Bars
Cable lug adapters enable connection of one to four
cables with crimped lugs (y 300 mm2).
To ensure stability, spacers must be positioned
between the terminal extensions.
E46427A
E54456
Cables with lugs
E59250A
E59249A
Cable lug adapters
A-115
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Front connection of withdrawable devices
Vertical-connection adapters
E59253A
E46431A
E59252A
E59280
Withdrawable, front-connection Compact NS630b to
1600 devices are suitable for direct connection of bars.
Other connection possibilities for bars include
vertical-connection adapters for edgewise bars and
spreaders to increase the pole pitch to 95 mm.
E46426A
E54540
Bars
E59254A
Spreaders
E54456
Cable lug adapters enable connection of one to four
cables with crimped lugs (y 300 mm2).
To ensure stability, spacers must be positioned
between the terminal extensions.
E46427A
Cables with lugs
A-116
E59253A
E59255A
Cable lug adapters
E54540
Rear connection of withdrawable devices
Spreaders
Cables with lugs
Cable lug adapters enable connection of one to four
cables with crimped lugs (y 300 mm2).
To ensure stability, spacers must be positioned
between the terminal extensions.
E46427A
E54456
E59260A
E59259A
E59258A
E59282A
Withdrawable, rear-connection Compact NS630b to
1600 devices equipped with horizontal or vertical
connectors may be directly connected to flat or edgewise bars, depending on the position of the
connectors.
Spreaders are available to increase the pole pitch to
95 mm.
E46431A
Bars
E59262A
E59261A
Cable lug adapters
A-117
Functions and
characteristics
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Insulation of live parts
Mounted on fixed, front-connection devices, this
shield insulates power-connection points, particularly
when cables with lugs are used
E59263A
E45190
Connection shield
Connection shield
These barriers are flexible insulated partitions used to
reinforce isolation of connection points in installations
with busbars, whether insulated or not.
Barriers are installed vertically between front or rear
connection terminals.
They are mandatory for voltages u 500 V for both
fixed and withdrawable products and for L and LB
types, whatever the voltage.
E79056
Interphase barriers
Interphase barriers for fixed
device, front connection
E79057
Compact NS equipped with connection shield
E59264A
Interphase barriers for fixed
device, rear connection
Interphase barriers for
withdrawable device, rear
connection
Mounted on the chassis, the safety shutters
automatically block access to the disconnecting
contact cluster when the device is in the disconnected
or test positions (degree of protection IP20). When
the device is removed from its chassis, no live parts
are accessible.
The shutters can be padlocked (padlock not supplied)
to:
b prevent connection of the device
b lock the shutters in the closed position.
A-118
E59265A
Safety shutters (standard)
Safety shutters
Connection of electrical auxiliaries
Connections are made directly to the auxiliaries once the front has been removed.
Wires exit the circuit breaker through a knock-out in the top.
OF1
CAO2
OF2
OF3
rotary handle
E59286A
CAO1
CAF2
CAF1
E59283A
Fixed devices
SD
MN
or
MX
SDE
COM
OF1
OF2
OF3
MN
ou
or
MX
Withdrawable devices
Auxiliary circuits are connected to terminal blocks located in the top part of the
chassis.
The auxiliary terminal block is made up of a fixed and moving part. The two parts
are in contact when the device is in the test and connected positions.
E59287A
COM
SDE
E59284A
Manually operated device
CT1
CE1
CE2
CE3
CD1
CD2
E59285A
Electrically operated device
Withdrawable device
A-119
Functions and
characteristics
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
044314
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Indication contacts
Contacts installed in the device
Changeover contacts are used to remote circuit-breaker status information and
can thus be used for indications, electrical locking, relaying, etc.
They comply with the IEC 60947-5 international recommendation.
OF, SD and SDE changeover contacts
All the auxiliary contacts opposite are also available
in "low-level" versions capable of switching very low
loads (e.g. for the control of PLCs or electronic
circuits).
Functions
b OF (ON/OFF) - indicates the position of the main circuit breaker contacts
b SD (trip indication) - indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
v an overload
v a short-circuit
v an earth-leakage fault.
v operation of a voltage release
v operation of the "push to trip" button
v disconnection when the device is ON.
Returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset.
b SDE (fault indication) - indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
v an overload
v a short-circuit
v an earth-leakage fault.
Returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset.
b CAF / CAO (early-make or early-break function) - indicates the position of the
rotary handle. Used in particular for advanced opening of safety trip devices (early
break) or to energise a control device prior to circuit-breaker closing (early make).
Installation
b OF, SD and SDE functions - a single type of contact provides all these different
indication functions, depending on where it is inserted in the device. The contacts
clip into slots behind the front cover of the circuit breaker
b CAF / CAO function - the contact fits into the rotary-handle unit (direct or
extended).
Electrical characteristics of the OF/SD/SDE/CAF/CAO auxiliary contacts
Contacts
Rated thermal current (A)
Minimum load
Utilisation cat. (IEC 60947-5-1)
Operational 24 V
current (A)
48 V
110 V
220/240 V
250 V
380/440 V
480 V
660/690 V
Standard
Low level
6
100 mA at 24 V
AC12 AC15 DC12
6
6
6
6
6
2.5
6
5
0.6
6
4
0.3
6
2
6
1.5
6
0.1
-
5
1 mA at 4 V
AC12 AC15
5
3
5
3
5
2.5
5
2
5
5
1.5
5
1
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
DC12
5
2.5
0.6
0.3
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
056456
Connected, disconnected, test position carriage switches
A single type of changeover contact can be mounted optionally on the chassis to
indicate, depending on the slot where it is installed:
b the connected (CE) position
b the disconnected (CD) position. This position is indicated when the required
clearance for isolation of the power and auxiliary circuits is reached
b the test (CT) position. In this position, the power circuits are disconnected and
the auxiliary circuits are connected.
Installation
b contacts for the connected (CE), disconnected (CD) and test (CT) positions clip
into the upper front section of the chassis.
Electrical characteristics of the CE/CD/CT auxiliary contacts
Carriage switches for connected (CE), disconnected (CD) and
test (CT) positions
A-120
Contacts
Rated thermal current (A)
Minimum load
Utilisation cat. (IEC 60947-5-1)
Operational 24 V
current (A)
48 V
110 V
220/240 V
250 V
380/440 V
660/690 V
Standard
Low level
8
100 mA at 24 V
AC12 AC15 DC12
8
6
2.5
8
6
2.5
8
5
0.8
8
4
0.3
8
3
6
0.1
-
5
2 mA at 15 V
AC12 AC15
5
3
5
3
5
2.5
5
2
5
5
1.5
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
DC12
5
2.5
0.8
0.3
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
PB10078-32
M6C programmable contacts
These contacts, used with the Micrologic P control units, may be programmed via
the control unit keypad or via a supervisory station with the COM communication
option. They require an external power supply module.
They indicate:
b the type of fault
b instantaneous or delayed threshold overruns.
They may be programmed:
b with instantaneous return to the initial state
b without return to the initial state
b with return to the initial state following a delay.
M6C programmable contacts:
circuit-breaker external relay with six independent changeover
contacts controlled from the circuit breaker via a three-wire
connection.
Characteristics
Minimum load
Breaking capacity (A)
p.f.: 0.7
M6C
V AC
V DC
240
380
24
48
125
250
100 mA/24 V
5
3
1.8
1.5
0.4
0.15
DB101170
M6C: external 24 V DC power supply required
(consumption 100 mA).
E45159
Rotary handles
There are two types of rotary handle:
b direct rotary handle
b extended rotary handle.
There are two models:
b standard with a black handle
b VDE with a red handle and yellow front for machine-tool control.
Direct rotary handle
E45161
Compact NS with a direct rotary handle
Degree of protection IP40, IK07.
The direct rotary handle maintains:
b visibility of and access to trip unit settings
b suitability for isolation
b indication of the three positions O (OFF), I (ON) and tripped
b access to the "push to trip" button
b circuit breaker locking capability in the OFF position by one to three padlocks,
shackle diameter 5 to 8 mm (not supplied).
It replaces the circuit-breaker front cover.
Accessories transform the standard direct rotary handle for the following
situations:
b a higher degree of protection (IP43, IK07)
b machine-tool control, complying with CNOMO E03.81.501, IP54, IK07.
Extended rotary handle
Compact NS with an extended rotary handle
Degree of protection IP55, IK07.
This handle makes it possible to operate circuit breakers installed at the back of
switchboards, from the switchboard front.
It maintains:
b suitability for isolation
b indication of the three positions O (OFF), I (ON) and tripped
b access to trip unit settings, when the switchboard door is open
b circuit breaker locking capability in the OFF position by one to three padlocks,
shackle diameter 5 to 8 mm (not supplied).
The door cannot be opened if the circuit breaker is ON or locked.
The extended rotary handle is made up of:
b a unit that replaces the front cover of the circuit breaker (secured by screws)
b an assembly (handle and front plate) on the door that is always secured in the
same position, whether the circuit breaker is installed vertically or horizontally
b an extension shaft that must be adjusted to the distance. The min/max distance
between the back of circuit breaker and door is 218/605 mm.
A-121
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
056421
Remote tripping
This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order. It is made up of:
b a shunt release (2nd MX)
b or an undervoltage release (MN)
b or a delayed undervoltage release (MN + delay unit).
These releases (2nd MX or MN) cannot be operated by the communication bus.
The delay unit, installed outside the circuit breaker, may be disabled by an
emergency OFF button to obtain instantaneous opening of the circuit breaker.
opening
order
E46554A
E46553A
Wiring diagram for the remote-tripping function
E59433A
Manually operated circuit breakers may be
equipped with an MX shunt release, an MN
undervoltage release or a delayed
undervoltage release (MN + delay unit).
Electrically operated circuit breakers are
equipped as standard with a remoteoperating mechanism to remotely open or
close the circuit breaker. An MX shunt
release or an MN undervoltage release
(instantaneous or delayed) may be added.
opening
order
delayed
opening
order
MX voltage release
10
12
3
6
delay
unit
C2
D2
instantaneous
opening
order
MN
MN
MX
C1
D2
D1
D1
Voltage releases (2nd MX)
When energised, the 2nd MX voltage release instantaneously opens the circuit
breaker. A continuous supply of power to the 2nd MX locks the circuit breaker in the
OFF position.
Characteristics
Power supply V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating threshold
Permanent locking function
Consumption (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277 - 380/480
12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.7 to 1.1 Un
0.85 to 1.1 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
50 ms ±10
Instantaneous voltage releases (MN)
The MN release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage
drops to a value between 35 % and 70 % of its rated voltage. If there is no supply
on the release, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or
electrically. Any attempt to close the circuit breaker has no effect on the main
contacts. Circuit-breaker closing is enabled again when the supply voltage of the
release returns to 85 % of its rated value.
Characteristics
Power supply V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating
opening
threshold
closing
Consumption (VA or W)
MN consumption
with delay unit (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480
24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.35 to 0.7 Un
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
pick-up: 400 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
90 ms ±5
MN delay units
To eliminate circuit-breaker nuisance tripping during short voltage dips, operation
of the MN release can be delayed. This function is achieved by adding an external
delay unit in the MN voltage-release circuit. Two versions are available, adjustable
and non-adjustable.
Characteristics
Power supply
V AC 50-60 Hz /DC
Operating threshold
Consumption of delay
unit alone (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
A-122
non-adjustable
100/130 - 200/250
adjustable
48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480
opening
0.35 to 0.7 Un
closing
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
non-adjustable
adjustable
0.25 s
0.5 s - 0.9 s - 1.5 s - 3 s
Electrically operated circuit breakers are
equipped as standard with a motor
mechanism module.
Two solutions are available for electrical
operation:
b a point-to-point solution
b a bus solution with the COM
communication option.
Electrically operated circuit breaker
The motor mechanism module is used to remotely open and close the circuit
breaker. It is made up of a spring-charging motor equipped with an opening
release and a closing release.
An electrical operation function is generally combined with:
b device ON/OFF indication (OF)
b "fault-trip" indication (SDE).
Motor mechanism module
V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating threshold
Consumption (VA or W)
Motor overcurrent
Charging time
Operating frequency
E45163
Power supply
Electrical closing order
The release remotely closes the circuit breaker if the spring mechanism is
charged.
Release electrical characteristics are identical to those of an MX release (see
above), the operating threshold is from 0.85 to 1.1 Un and the circuit-breaker
response time at Un is 60 ms ±10.
The Compact NS electrical operation function can be used to implement a
synchro-coupling system.
Electrical opening order
The release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when energised. The supply
can be impulse-type or maintained.
Release electrical characteristics are identical to those of an MX release (see
above).
Electrically operated Compact NS circuit breaker
Wiring diagram of a bus-type electrical operation
solution
Wiring diagram of a point-to-point electrical operation solution
E59434A
E59435A
48/60 - 100/130 - 200/240 - 277 - 380/415
24/30 - 48/60 - 100/125 - 200/250
0.85 to 1.1 Un
180
2 to 3 In for 0.1 second
maximum 4 seconds
maximum 3 cycles per minute
opening
order
opening
order
closing
order
A4
A2
B4
closing
order
A4
fault
A2
B4
motor
mechanism
module
motor
mechanism
module
A1
82
closed
open
84
12
14
OF1
SDE
A1
81
11
COM
OF
supervisor
SDE
In the event of simultaneous opening and closing orders, the
mechanism discharges without any movement of the main
contacts.
In the event of maintained opening and closing orders, the
standard electrical operation solution provides an anti-pumping
function by blocking the main contacts in open position.
A-123
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
E45194
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Locking on manually operated devices
Toggle locked by removable
padlocking device
Locking in the OFF position guarantees isolation as per IEC 60947-2.
Padlocking systems can receive up to three padlocks with shackle diameters
ranging from 5 to 8 mm (padlocks not supplied).
Control device
Toggle
Direct rotary handle
E45159
Rotary handle locked by a
keylock
CNOMO direct rotary handle
Extended rotary handle
Function
Means
Required
accessories
lock in OFF position
lock in OFF or ON
position
lock in
b OFF position
b OFF or ON position
lock in
b OFF position
b OFF or ON position
lock in OFF position,
door opening prevented
padlock
padlock
removable device
fixed device
padlock
keylock
padlock
keylock
padlock
keylock
locking
device + keylock
locking
device + keylock
keylock
Locking in ON position does not prevent the device from tripping in the event of a
fault or remote tripping order.
Locking on electrically operated devices
E59436A
1
1
I
O
push
push
ON
OFF
3
2
3
4
5
4
6
7
8
5
reset of mechanical
trip indicator
OFF pushbutton
OFF position locking
ON pushbutton
springs charged
indication
pushbutton locking
contact position indication
operation counter
ed
harg
disc
2
O OFF
6
7
012
53
Pushbutton locking
056446
056447
8
Access to pushbuttons
protected by transparent
cover
The transparent cover blocks access to the pushbuttons used to open and close
the device.
It is possible to independently lock the opening OFF button and the closing ON
button.
The pushbuttons may be locked using either:
b three padlocks (not supplied)
b lead seal
b two screws.
Pushbutton locking using a
padlock
056448
056449
Device locking in the OFF position
OFF position locking using a
keylock and padlocks
OFF position locking using
padlocks
A-124
The circuit breaker is locked in the OFF position by physically maintaining the
opening pushbutton pressed down:
b using padlocks in standard (one to three padlocks, not supplied)
b using a keylock (supplied).
Keys may be removed only when locking is effective (Profalux or Ronis type locks).
The keylocks are available in any of the following configurations:
b one keylock
b one keylock mounted on the device + one identical keylock supplied separately
for interlocking with another device.
A locking kit (without lock) is available for installation of a keylock (Ronis, Profalux,
Kirk or Castell).
E59267A
Chassis locking
3
4
5
1
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
mismatch protection
door interlock
racking interlock
keylock locking
padlock locking
position indicator
chassis front plate
(accessible with cubicle
door closed)
8 crank entry
9 reset button
10 crank storage
10
Disconnected position
locking by padlocks
056417
Disconnected position locking
056451
056450
2
Mounted on the chassis and accessible with the door closed, these devices lock
the circuit breaker in the disconnected position in two manners:
b using padlocks (standard), up to three padlocks (not supplied)
b using keylocks (optional), one or two different keylocks are available.
Profalux and Ronis keylocks are available in different options:
b one keylock
b one keylock mounted on the device + one identical keylock supplied separately,
using the same key, for interlocking with another device
b one (or two) keylocks mounted on the device + one (or two) identical keylocks
supplied separately, for interlocking with another device.
A locking kit (without locks) is available for installation of one or two keylocks
(Ronis, Profalux, Kirk or Castell).
Disconnected position
locking by keylocks
Door interlock
Connected, disconnected and test position locking
The connected, disconnected and test positions are shown by an indicator.
The racking crank blocks when the exact position is obtained.
A release button is used to free it.
On request, the disconnected position locking system may be modified to lock the
circuit breaker in any of the three positions, connected, disconnected and test.
Door interlock
Mounted on the right or left-hand side of the chassis, this device inhibits opening
of the cubicle door when the circuit breaker is in connected or test position. It the
breaker is put in the connected position with the door open, the door may be
closed without having to disconnect the circuit breaker.
056452
Racking interlock
Racking interlock
This device prevents insertion of the crank when the cubicle door is open (device
cannot be connected).
Mismatch protection
056453
Mismatch protection ensures that a circuit breaker is installed only in a chassis
with compatible characteristics. It is made up of two parts (one on the chassis and
one on the circuit breaker) offering twenty different combinations that the user may
select.
Mismatch protection
A-125
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
056463
Compact NS630b to 1600 (cont.)
Auxiliary terminal shield
Other accessories
Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)
Optional equipment mounted on the chassis, the shield prevents access to the
terminal block of the electrical auxiliaries.
Operation counter (CDM)
056464
Operation counter
The operation counter sums the number of operating cycles and is visible on the
front panel. It is compatible with electrically operated devices.
Escutcheon (CDP)
Optional equipment mounted on the door of the cubicle, the escutcheon increases
the degree of protection to IP40. It is available in fixed and withdrawable versions.
Transparent cover (CCP) for escutcheon
E45184
Escutcheon
Optional equipment mounted on the escutcheon, the cover is hinged and secured
by a screw. It increases the degree of protection to IP54 and the degree of
protection against mechanical impacts to IK10. It may be used for withdrawable
devices only.
Blanking plate (OP) for escutcheon
E45187
Transparent cover
E59987
Used with the escutcheon, this option closes off the door cutout of a cubicle not
yet equipped with a device. It may be used with the escutcheon for both fixed and
withdrawable devices.
Blanking plate
A-126
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS1600b to 3200
(fixed version)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
A-127
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS1600b to 3200 (cont.)
E45178
Installation
Fixed circuit breakers
E59271A
Compact NS1600b to 3200 circuit breakers should be installed vertically only.
OFF
OFF
Fixed Compact NS
Mounting on rails
E59281A
Connection
Front connection
NS3200
E59272A
E59726A
NS1600 to 2500
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Bars
E59273
E59275A
Bars may be directly connected to the terminals of Compact NS1600b to 3200
circuit breakers.
NS1600b to 2500
OFF
OFF
E59728A
E59727A
E59274A
NS1600b to 2500 with connection for vertical-connection adapters or NS3200
OFF
OFF
A-128
OFF
OFF
044314
Indication contacts
Contacts installed in the device
OF, SD and SDE changeover contacts
All the auxiliary contacts opposite are also available
in "low-level" versions capable of switching very low
loads (e.g. for the control of PLCs or electronic
circuits).
Changeover contacts are used to remote circuit-breaker status information and
can thus be used for indications, electrical locking, relaying, etc.
They comply with the IEC 60947-5 international recommendation.
Functions
b OF (ON/OFF) - indicates the position of the main circuit breaker contacts
b SD (trip indication) - indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
v an overload
v a short-circuit
v an earth-leakage fault
v operation of a voltage release
v operation of the "push to trip" button
Returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset.
b SDE (fault indication) - indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:
v an overload
v a short-circuit
v an earth-leakage fault.
Returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset.
Installation
b OF, SD and SDE functions - a single type of contact provides all these different
indication functions, depending on the position where it is inserted in the device.
The contacts clip into slots behind the front cover of the circuit breaker.
Electrical characteristics of the OF/SD/SDE auxiliary contacts
Contacts
Rated thermal current (A)
Minimum load
Utilisation cat. (IEC 60947-5-1)
Operational 24 V
current (A)
48 V
110 V
220/240 V
250 V
380/440 V
480 V
660/690 V
Standard
Low level
6
100 mA at 24 V
AC12 AC15 DC12
6
6
6
6
6
2.5
6
5
0.6
6
4
0.3
6
2
6
1.5
6
0.1
-
5
1 mA at 4 V
AC12 AC15
5
3
5
3
5
2.5
5
2
5
5
1.5
5
1
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
DC12
5
2.5
0.6
0.3
-
DC14
1
0.2
0.05
0.03
-
A-129
Electrical and mechanical
accessories
Functions and
characteristics
Compact NS1600b to 3200 (cont.)
056421
Compact NS1600b to 3200 circuit breakers
may be equipped with an MX shunt release,
an MN undervoltage release or a delayed
undervoltage release (MN + delay unit).
Remote tripping
This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order. It is made up of:
b a shunt release (2nd MX)
b or an undervoltage release (MN)
b or a delayed undervoltage release (MN + delay unit).
These releases (2nd MX or MN) cannot be operated by the communication bus.
The delay unit, installed outside the circuit breaker, may be disabled by an
emergency OFF button to obtain instantaneous opening of the circuit breaker.
MX voltage release
opening
order
E46554A
E46553A
E59433A
Wiring diagram for the remote-tripping function
opening
order
delayed
opening
order
10
12
3
6
delay
unit
C2
D2
instantaneous
opening
order
MN
MN
MX
C1
D2
D1
D1
Voltage releases (2nd MX)
When energised, the 2nd MX voltage release instantaneously opens the circuit
breaker. A continuous supply of power to the 2nd MX locks the circuit breaker in
the OFF position.
Characteristics
Power supply V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating threshold
Permanent locking function
Consumption (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277 - 380/480
12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.7 to 1.1 Un
0.85 to 1.1 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
50 ms ±10
Instantaneous voltage releases (MN)
The MN release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage
drops to a value between 35 % and 70 % of its rated voltage. If there is no supply
on the release, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or
electrically. Any attempt to close the circuit breaker has no effect on the main
contacts. Circuit-breaker closing is enabled again when the supply voltage of the
release returns to 85 % of its rated value.
Characteristics
Power supply V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating
opening
threshold
closing
Consumption (VA or W)
MN consumption
with delay unit (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480
24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.35 to 0.7 Un
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
pick-up: 400 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
90 ms ±5
MN delay units
To eliminate circuit-breaker nuisance tripping during short voltage dips, operation
of the MN release can be delayed. This function is achieved by adding an external
delay unit in the MN voltage-release circuit. Two versions are available, adjustable
and non-adjustable.
Characteristics
Power supply
V AC 50-60 Hz /DC
Operating threshold
Consumption of delay
unit alone (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response
time at Un
A-130
non-adjustable
100/130 - 200/250
adjustable
48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480
opening
0.35 to 0.7 Un
closing
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (200 ms)
hold: 4.5
non-adjustable
adjustable
0.25 s
0.5 s - 0.9 s - 1.5 s - 3 s
62191
Device locking
Locking in the OFF position guarantees isolation as per IEC 60947-2.
Padlocking systems can receive up to three padlocks with shackle diameters
ranging from 5 to 8 mm (padlocks not supplied).
Control device
Toggle
Function
Means
Required
accessories
lock in OFF position
lock in OFF or ON
position
padlock
padlock
removable device
fixed device
Interphase barriers
These barriers are flexible insulated partitions used to reinforce isolation of
connection points in installations with busbars, whether insulated or not.
Barriers are installed vertically between front connection terminals.
62190
Compact NS with toggle locked using a fixed device and
padlocks
Escutcheon (CDP)
Optional equipment mounted on the door of the cubicle, the escutcheon increases
the degree of protection to IP40.
E79056
Compact NS with toggle locked using a removable device and
padlocks
E94383
Interphase barriers
Escutcheon
A-131
Test equipment
Functions and
characteristics
Mini test kit
052172
047035
Compact NS100 to 630
test equipment for STR electronic trip units
The mini test kit is a portable unit requiring no external power supply, used to
check operation of the electronic trip unit and circuit-breaker tripping.
It connects to the test connector on the front of the circuit breaker.
Required power source: five 9 V alkaline batteries (not supplied).
Portable test kit
Mini test kit
Portable test kit
The portable test kit is used to check all aspects of the protection functions:
b long time protection
b short time protection
b instantaneous protection
b earth-fault protection.
Required power source: 110 or 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
Compact NS630b to 3200
test equipment for Micrologic control units
Mini test kit
056466
The autonomous hand-held mini test kit may be used to:
b check operation of the control unit and the tripping and pole-opening system by
sending a signal simulating a short-circuit
b supply power to the control units for settings via the keypad when the circuitbreaker is open (Micrologic P control units).
Required power source: standard LR6-AA battery.
Portable test kit
The portable test kit is may be used to check:
b the mechanical operation of the circuit breaker
b the electrical continuity of the connection between the circuit breaker and the
control unit
b operation of the control unit:
v display of settings
v operating tests on the ASIC electronic component
v automatic and manual tests on protection functions
v test on the zone-selective interlocking (ZSI) function
v inhibition of the earth-fault protection
v inhibition of the thermal memory.
Note
These test kits are identical for all Compact NS630b to 3200 circuit breakers and
all Masterpact NT and NW circuit breakers.
Required power source: 110 or 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
Portable test kit
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Display modules
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Perfectly integrated in the Compact
and Masterpact ranges, Display modules
are designed for use with Micrologic control
units to provide instant and highly intuitive
access to all the information provided by
the circuit breakers, including device status,
current, voltage and power values, etc.
DMB300 and DMC300 display modules use the power and communications
capabilities of the Micrologic control units to centralise the display of electrical
values, status conditions and alarms of one or more Compact
or Compact circuit breakers.
The mounting and cabling system for the display modules ensures fast,
easy and reliable installation.
Start-up is immediate with no configuration or programming required.
Display modules are high-performance devices combining:
b simple and easy-to-read dials
b powerful and accurate digital processing.
Their small size and extensive communications capabilities make for easy and
flexible installation and operation.
Display modules
DMB300
DMC300
Associated circuit breakers
Type
Number
Compact or Masterpact equipped with
Micrologic control units
1 to 4
1 to 16
Display
DMB300 display module: basic and harmonic measurements
Screen type
Screen size
Entry
Black and white
240 x 64 pixels
5 buttons
Colour, touch screen
5“, 320 x 240 pixels
Touch screen
Information displayed
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Currents (per phase)
Currents I1, I2, I3, IN
Maximum current
Earth-fault and earth-leakage currents
Demand current
Maximum demand current
DMC300 display module: measurements, harmonic analysis,
diagnosis
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
Voltages
Phase-to-phase voltages (U1-2, U2-3, U3-1)
Minimum/maximum phase-to-phase voltages
Phase-to-neutral voltages (V1-N, V2-N, V3-N)
Minimum/maximum phase-to-neutral voltages
Frequency
Voltage unbalance (% per phase)
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Power
Active (P), reactive (Q) and apparent (S) power
Power factor and cos
Maximum power (P, Q, S)
Demand power (P, Q, S)
Maximum demand power (P, Q, S)
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Metering
Active, reactive and apparent energy
P
P
P
On-line help
On-line help is available for each type
of information supplied by the module
Circuit-breaker diagnostics
Identification of control units
Reading of protections
Circuit-breaker status
Type of trip
Current alarms
Maintenance indicator
Installation diagnosis
Indication of faulty devices
Fault log
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
P
A
A
P
P
Installation and start-up
Mounting
Connection
Mounted through door, without tools,
using 6 spring-clips supplied with the mod.
Prefabricated wiring systems
Associated Micrologic control unit
A = Micrologic A
P = Micrologic P
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Connection of DMB300 display module
Wiring system
The wiring system is designed for low-voltage
power switchboards. Installation requires no tools
or special skills.
The prefabricated wiring ensures both data
transmission (Modbus protocol) and 24V DC power
distribution for the display module and the
communications modules on the Micrologic control
units.
24 V DC
power
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Display modules
Functions and
characteristics
1
2
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ON ON
ON
n° 4n° 4 4 ON
n°
n° 3n°° 3
n° 4
n° 2n° 2 n° 3
n° 3
n° 1n° 1 n° 2
n° 2
OUTOUT n° 1
IN IN
T
IN
ON
OU
1
3
Reset
push
push
70
NX 32
ON
Ir
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
Icu (kA)
100
100
85
Icw 85kA/1s
cat.B
ed
Ics =
discharg
CDM 303:
Connection cable between
display module and junction
block
H2
Ue (V)
220/440
525
690
OFF
Micrologic
100%
Icu
50/60Hz
O OFF
947-2
AS NEMA
IEC
UNE
EN 60947-2
BS CEI
UTE
012
VDE
53
com
DMB300
Digipact
volets
shutters
Test
1
2
I
3
U
P
?
select
E59180A
4
NW
1251
2
H1
Uimp
12kV
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
Micrologic
Ir
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
I ON
OOFF
push
push
discharged
O OFF
ON
Ics =
UTE
012
100%
Icu
947-2
CEI
VDE BS
IEC
UNE NEMA
53
IN
NW
1251
OUT
n° 1
n° 2
n° 3
n° 4
ON
H1
Uimp
12kV
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
Micrologic
Ir
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
I ON
OOFF
push
push
discharged
O OFF
Ics =
IEC
100%
947-2
UTE VDE
CJB 306 junction block
Icu
BS CEI
UNE NEMA
53
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012
Compact circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control
units and the Modbus eco COM option
CCP 303:
Connection cable between
Masterpact or Compact and
junction block
Connection of DMC300 display module
Maximum distance between module and circuit breaker: 1200 m
5
3
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E59176A
4
2
2
4
2
1
H1
1251 12kV
NW
Uimp
H1
1251 12kV
NW
Uimp
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Icu
(kA)
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
Ir
70
Micrologic
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
Ir
I ON
OOFF
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
I ON
push
OOFF
push
push
push
discharged
discharged
O OFF
O OFF
Ics =
100%
Icu
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
NX 32
ON
d
discharge
Icu (kA)
100
100
85
Icw 85kA/1s
cat.B
Ics =
012
H2
Ue (V)
220/440
525
690
OFF
reset
100%
Icu
50/60Hz
O OFF
947-2
AS NEMA
IEC
UNE
EN 60947-2
BS CEI
3
UTE
VDE
Ics =
012
53
3
NW
1251
H1
Uimp
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Ir
NW
12kV
Ap
reset
Ir
I ON
OOFF
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
I ON
OOFF
discharged
O OFF
Ics =
IEC
100%
push
push
ON
Ap
ed
discharg
reset
O OFF
NX 32
IEC
100%
Icu
947-2
UTE VDE
012
BS CEI
UNE NEMA
53
5
Icu (kA)
100
100
85
100%
Icu
NW
50/60Hz
1251
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
947-2
AS NEMA
IEC
UNE
EN 60947-2
BS CEI
UTE
UNE NEMA
Icw 85kA/1s
cat.B
Ics =
Ics =
BS CEI
53
H2
Ue (V)
220/440
525
690
OFF
70
Icu
947-2
UTE VDE
012
push
push
discharged
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
12kV
Icu
(kA)
100
85
reset
push
push
Reset
H1
Uimp
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
CCR 301:
Roll of RS 485 cable
(2 RS 485 wires + 2 power
supply wires)
Micrologic
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
O OFF
Ir
1251
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
Micrologic
Micrologic
100%
UTE VDE
53
3
E59177
push
push
70
Ir
Icu
NEMA
947-2
IEC BS CEI UNE
NEMA
947-2
IEC BS CEI UNE
UTE VDE
Reset
Micrologic
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
100
85
Micrologic
70
H1
Uimp
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
1251
H1
Uimp
Ui 1000V
8kV
Uimp
12kV
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
70
Micrologic
Micrologic
Ir
NW
12kV
Icu
(kA)
100
85
Ue
(V)
220/240
480/690
VDE
Ap
reset
Ir
I ON
OOFF
Ig
Isd I ∆n
Ii
Ap
reset
I ON
push
OOFF
push
discharged
O OFF
Ics =
IEC
100%
947-2
UTE VDE
012
push
push
discharged
O OFF
Icu
BS CEI
Ics =
UNE NEMA
53
IEC
100%
947-2
UTE VDE
012
Icu
BS CEI
UNE NEMA
53
CSD 309:
SubD 9-pin connector for
colour-coded connection of
wires to screw terminals
Compact circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control units and the Modbus eco COM option
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