GE - EntelliGuard L - Power Circuit Breaker

GE
Industrial Solutions
New
EntelliGuard L
™
Power Circuit Breaker
Effective Simplicity
GE imagination at work
EntelliGuard™ L
2.
Features and Benefits
6.
Performance Ratings
Air Circuit Breakers
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
1
EntelliGuard™ L
New line of Air Circuit Breakers
Features and benefits
- Evolved from a global platform
- Designed for simplicity
- Manufactured in the European Union
Intro
A
B
C
Range and performance
- 400 to 4000A in 2 frame sizes
- Designed to and meets the IEC 60947
- 3P and 4P versions in fixed and withdrawable configurations
- Choice of 50kA or 65kA ratings
- Icu= Ics = Icw for the full range
- Suitable for up to 690V AC
- Designed to be selective
D
E
X
400A
630A
800A
Envelope/Frame size 1
Envelope/Frame size 2
2
1000A
1250A
1600A
2000A
2500A
3200A
4000A
EntelliGuard™ L
Installation
- Compact and modular build
- No derating up to an ambient of 50°C
- Front-mounted snap-fit accessories
- Accessories and Control voltage indication on the front fascia
Features and benefits
Closing coil
Undervoltage
release
Trip
T i unit
it
Intro
Shunt release
A
Operation counter
Motor operator
B
Spring charging handle
C
Protection
- State-of-the-art micro-processor based trip unit
- TRUE-RMS sensing
- Standard large LCD display
- Touch-pad based programming navigation
- Micro-processor based trip units offering high accuracy
- Standard event logger and diagnostics
D
E
X
3
EntelliGuard™ L
Features and benefits
Front fascia
1
Installed accessory indicators
2
Electronic trip unit
3
Manual charging handle
4
ON and OFF buttons
5
Contact position indicator ON/OFF
6
Ready to close indicator
7
Mechanical spring charge indication
8
Operation counter
9
Slot to fix breaker key interlock
10
Mechanical position indicator
11
Racking handle pad lock
12
Racking handle
13
Catalogue code
1
4
2
6
5
8
7
13
9
11
10
Intro
A
12
GT- trip unit
B
Advanced electronic trip unit
1
C
1
D
E
3
2
X
4
1 LCD screen with following menu options:
• Setup
Allows adjustment of values and settings of all parameters
• Meter
An ammeter is available on all 3 phases and neutral
• Status
Breaker in ON / OFF / Trip position
• Events
Trip history with the fault indication
2
4 setting and 1 enter key to access trip unit functionality
3
Manual or automatic reset facility
EntelliGuard™ L
EntelliGuard™
The EntelliGuard is a new line of Air Circuit Breakers developed as
a global product meeting IEC standards.
The L version of this breaker is a line of three and four pole devices
ranging from 400A to 4000A in two frame sizes with a fault
interruption ratings of 50 and 65kA.
Features and benefits
The design offer a unique combination of high fault current
withstand ratings, short fault interruption times and selectivity.
The device includes a new state-of-the-art highly accurate trip
unit that enables the circuit breaker to reliably protect itself and
it’s environment.
These Power Circuit Breakers are designed to allow multiple
interruptions of fault currents and can be used in AC networks
with voltages up to 690V.
Selective and fast
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10000
Time Current Curve
Breaker In =2500A
Ir =2160A
LT
- Device
ST
- Device
I
- Device
HSIOC -Device
2h
EntelliGuard has been designed to offer an uncompromising
combination of a high speed interruption at high fault levels.
Values of 40 milliseconds or less can be achieved whilst
maintaining selectivity.
The circuit breaker is designed to remain closed on a fault as per
user settable time value when the fault level lies within the range
of short time delay option, and for 15 milliseconds when the fault
level attains instantaneous protection range value.
This instantaneous device includes programming that in normal
circumstances waits until the downstream breaker trips.
1000
1
Intro
100
A
10
B
Uncompromising ... Reliability
1
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
EntelliGuard™ has been designed as a modern ‘Power Circuit
Breaker’ without neglecting its GE’s heritage of more than
50 years in building Air Circuit Breakers.
The result: a device with a proven electrical and mechanical
life span independent of its operation mode. Be it manual,
electrical or by means of the installed shunt and/or undervoltage
releases.
2
C
0,1
3
D
0,01
The depicted curves only indicate the Full Clearing time
1000
Hi-Performance: complete line
All power circuit breakers are designed to allow multiple
interruptions of fault currents. Here the tested and certified
service breaking capacity value is in all cases equal to the stated
ultimate breaking capacity.
4
10000
100000
E
Current in Amps
]
1.
2.
3.
4.
Overload protection (LT) with 22 bands
Timed short-circuit protection (STD) with 17 bands
Selective instantaneous protection (I)
Hi-Speed trip (HSIOC)
X
Hi-Performance: current ratings
in enclosures
EntelliGuard™ Air Circuit Breakers have been designed with low
power dissipation values and allow relatively high currents at high
ambient temperatures.
5
EntelliGuard™ L
EN 60947-2 standard
Power Circuit Breaker type
Air Circuit Breaker denomination
Poles
Rated insulation voltage
Rated impulse withstand voltage
Rated operational voltage Ue
Category of use
Suitable for use as a isolator
Rated current In
Performance ratings
Ultimate breaking capacity Icu (kA)
Service breaking capacity Ics (kA)
Interuption time I < Icw
Interuption time I >= Icw
Closing time with closing call
Opening time with closing shunt
Short-circuit withstand Icw (kA)
Short-circuit making current Icm 220-500V AC
Mechanical endurance
Electrical endurance
(CO operations at 440V AC)
Electronic Trip Unit
GT -L type with Ammeter
LG04
LG07
S
N
Number of
Ui (Volts)
Uimp [Kilovolt]
Volts AC
Positive ON & OFF
A at 50 o C
230/240V- 440V AC
500V AC
690V AC
230/240V- 440V AC
500V AC
690V AC
at 500V AC
at 500V AC
1 second
3 seconds
kA Peak
With maintenance
Without maintenance
Without maintenance
N
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
400
50
50
40
50
50
40
50
50
40
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
N
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
50
40
50
50
40
50
30
105
N
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
30
105
S
N
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
1000
50
50
40
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
LG13
S
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
800
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
LG10
S
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
630
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
30
105
LG08
S
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
1250
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
50
40
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
50
30
105
65
65
40
65
65
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
50
30
105
65
50
143
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
LJ04
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
400
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
LJ07
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
630
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
LJ08
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
800
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
LJ10
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
1000
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
LJ13
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
1250
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
Height
Width 3pole
Width 4pole
Depth(1)
Rear Horizontal
Rear Vertical
Front
3 pole
4 pole
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
Height
Width 3pole
Width 4pole
Depth(2)
Rear Horizontal
Rear Unviersal(2)
Front
3 pole
4 pole
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
LT, ST, I, GF
EN 60947-3 standard
Intro
Power Circuit Breaker type
A
Isolator denomination
Poles
Rated insulation voltage
Rated impulse withstand voltage
Suitable for use as a isolator
Rated operational voltage Ue
Rated current In
B
Short-circuit withstand Icw (kA)
Short-circuit making current Icm 220-500V AC
Mechanical endurance
C
Electrical endurance (CO operations at 440V AC)
Number of
Ui (Volts)
Uimp [Kilovolt]
Positive ON & OFF
Volts AC
A at 50 o C
1 second
3 seconds
kA Peak
With maintenance
Without maintenance
Without maintenance
Installation
Fixed pattern
D
Dimensions in mm
E
Available connection modes
Weights in kg
Draw-out pattern
Dimensions in mm
X
Available connection modes
Weights in kg
(1) With horizontal rear connections: Indicated depth value is the required panel dimension.
(2) T stubs can be rotated and used for both vertical & horizontal rear connection.
(3) The 4000A rating is only available with rear vertical connections.
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EntelliGuard™ L
LG16
LG20
S
N
S
C
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
1600
S
50
50
40
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
65
40
65
65
40
C
50
30
105
50
50
50
50
50
40
65
65
50
65
65
40
50
50
40
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
D
50
50
105
65
65
40
65
65
40
D
50
30
105
50
50
50
50
50
40
65
65
50
65
65
40
50
50
50
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
C
D
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
3200
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
LG40
C
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
2500
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
LG32
N
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
2000
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
30
105
D
50
50
105
3,4
1000
12
690
B
YES
4000
65
65
40
65
65
40
50
50
50
50
50
40
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
50
50
110
65
65
50
65
65
40
Performance ratings
50
50
40
50
50
40
LG25
N
60ms
30ms
60ms
40ms
65
50
143
50
50
110
65
50
143
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
20000
10000
5000
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
LJ16
Non Auto
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
1600
42
30
88,2
20000
10000
5000
LJ20
Non Auto
LJ25
Non Auto
LJ32
Non Auto
C
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
3200
50
50
105
20000
10000
5000
LJ40
Non Auto
C
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
4000
50
50
105
20000
10000
5000
Intro
D
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
C
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
R
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
50
50
105
42
30
88,2
2000
42
30
88,2
C
3,4
1000
12
YES
690
2500
20000
10000
5000
50
50
105
20000
10000
5000
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
42
50
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
52
65
438
432
562
328
X
X
X
63
76
438
338
438
328
X
X
X
58
73
438
432
562
328
X
X
X
63
76
438
432
562
328
X
X
X
63
76
438
432
562
393 (3)
--Rear Vertical (3)
X
69
84
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
60
72
439
331
431
432
X
X
X
72
88
439
421
551
432
X
X
X
105
130
439
421
551
432
X
X
X
74
91
439
421
551
432
X
X
X
105
130
439
421
551
432
X
X
X
105
130
439
421
551
534
--X
Rear Vertical (3)
120
145
A
B
C
E
X
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EntelliGuard™ L
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EntelliGuard™ L
Power Circuit Breakers
A.2
EntelliGuard L: How to order in eight steps
A.4
Basic breakers executed in a fixed mounting pattern
A.6
Isolators or Non Automatic breakers in a fixed mounting pattern
A.5-A.7
Non standard connection options for fixed breakers & isolators
A.4
Basic breakers: Drawout breakers; Moving portion only
A.6
Isolators or Non Automatic breakers: Drawout breakers; Moving portion only
A.5-A.7
A.8
A.9-A.10
Factory mounted cassettes for drawout breakers
Factory mounted Trip Units
Factory mounted internal accessories.
(Motor Operators Coils, Auxiliary Contacts Releases etc.)
A.11
Field mountable internal accessories
(Motor Operators Coils, Auxiliary Contacts Releases etc.)
A.12
A.13-A,14
A.14
A.16-A.17
Cassettes for Drawout breakers
Other accessories
Spare parts
Alternative Ordering Method and 18-digit Catalogue Number for breakers
A.18
Alternative Ordering Method and 12-digit Catalogue Number for cassettes
A.19
Overview : Factory mounted available standard breakers,
Air Circuit Breakers
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
Cassettes & Trip Units
A.20
Overview : Factory and/or Field mountable accessories & spares
A.1
EntelliGuard™ L
Intro
A
B
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Choose
Current
rating
Choose
required
Interruption rating
Define if a Breaker or Isolator is needed
Proceed to establish the first 5 digits of the catalogue
number as indicated here
In
Icu = Ics
400A
50kA
65kA
630A
50kA
65kA
800A
50kA
65kA
1000A
50kA
65kA
1250A
50kA
65kA
1600A
50kA
65kA
2000A
50kA
65kA
2500A
50kA
65kA
50kA
65kA
D
E
Icw
Envelope
≤ 440V AC
50kA
65kA
C
Step 4
Select the required product
A - Breaker or Isolator
In Fixed Pattern
B - Breaker or Isolator
As Drawout, Moving Portion
C - Cassette for Draw-out
Breaker or Isolator
}
}
Order codes
How to order
3200A
50kA
65kA
4000A
50kA
65kA
Standard
Breaker
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
50kA
50kA
65kA
42kA
50kA
65kA
50kA
50kA
65kA
50kA
50kA
65kA
50kA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Isolator(1)
Defines the 6th digit
on catalogue number
LG04S
LG04N
LJ04R
LG07S
LG07N
LJ07R
LG08S
LG08N
LJ08R
LG10S
LG10N
LJ10R
LG13S
LG13N
4
= Breaker / Isolator
In Fixed Pattern
3 pole
6
= Breaker / Isolator
In Fixed Pattern
4 pole(1)
LJ13R
LG16S
LG16N
LJ16R
LG20S
LG20N
LJ20R
LG20C
LG20D
LJ20C
LG25S
LG25N
LJ25R
LG25C
LG25D
LJ25C
1
= Breaker / Isolator
Moving Portion Only
3 pole
3
= Breaker / Isolator
Moving Portion Only
4 pole(1)
LG32C
LG32D
LJ32C
LG40C
LG40D
LJ40C
X
Examples
Breaker 4P 1600A - Draw-out portion only
- Icu=Ics=Icw=65kA: LG16N3
Breaker 3P 2500A Fixed pattern - Horizontal rear connections
- Icu=Ics=Icw=50kA: LG25S6
2
= Cassette for
Drawout Pattern
= Fixed Portion Only
3 pole
5
= Cassette for
Drawout Pattern
= Fixed Portion Only
4 pole(1)
(1) 4 pole Neutral left
A.2
EntelliGuard™ L
Step 5
Finalize the basic catalogue
number see catalogue pages:
A 4-A.6 - Fixed Pattern
A 4-A.6 - Drawout Portion
A.5-A.7 - Connections fixed pat.
A 5-A.7 - Cassettes, drawout
Completing the basic
catalogue number
No addition
Breaker in fixed pattern equipped
with RearConnection (Horizontal**), a set of 3NO/3NC aux.
Contacts is included
Other options include Rear(Vertcal)
and Front (Flat) connections
See page A 6 to order Field mountable Adaptation Kits
Field mountable
Step 6
Basic catalogue number is
a manually operated device
If a Motor Operated device is
requested?
Please order
Motor and closing coils as
Indicated here
Add
catalogue number (s)
If chosen device is
a Breaker or Isolator
Envelope 1
See page A.9
Order a Motor Envelope 1
and 1 Closing Coil
Based on voltage
Requirements
and specifications
See pages A.4 & A.6
If chosen device is
a Breaker or Isolator
No addition
Indicates Breaker / Isolator
Moving Portion Only
has set of 3NO/3NC aux.
Contacts included
Envelope 2
See page A.9
Order a Motor Envelope 2
and 1 Closing Coil
Based on voltage
Requirements
and specifications
See pages A.4 & A.6
U
U
= Cassette withUniversal ‘T stabs’
suited for use as Horizontal or
Vertical rear connections
Step 7
If universal internal
accessories are needed?
Options
UVR or SHT release (s)
Auxiliary contacts
Alarm & signal contacts
Step 8
Full catalogue number defines
a Breaker without trip unit.
(Isolators do not need trip units)
For all Breakers ADD
Trip Unit
Add
catalogue number (s)
Add
catalogue number (s)
If chosen device is
a Breaker or Isolator
See page A.9
To add 1 SHT and/or
1 UVR release
or two SHT releases.
If chosen device is
a Breaker
See page A.8
Add one of Four Basic
Trip units types
Offering
An Extremely Large setting range
covering Overload, Delayed and
Instantaneous Short Circuit Protection and or Groundfault
How to order in eight simple steps
in eight simple steps
Intro
A
If chosen device is
a Breaker or Isolator
See page A.9
To extend on the installed
3 NO + 3NC contacts
Maximum of 4 possible
B
C
If chosen device is
a Breaker or Isolator
See page A.9
To add Bell Alarm and/or
Ready to close contact
D
If chosen device is
a Cassette
See page A.9
If chosen device is
a Cassette
See page A.9
E
H
H
= Cassette with Horizontal Rear
Connections
V
= Cassette with Vertical Rear
Connections
Vertical Rear Connections
F
= Cassette with Front Flat
connections
Safety Shutters always
Supplied with Cassette
See page A.5 & A.7
X
- Or A 2nd ordering method can be used in which the fully configured breaker or cassette is
defined in one character string, This string comprises 18 digits when used for the breaker
and 12 for when used for the cassette.
This global ordering code is referred to within GE as the :
Catalogue Number
It can be defined with stand alone and freely available GE software , is used on all relevant
ordering documents and printed on each EntelliGuard breaker front facia. An explanation of
this code and it’s use can be found on page A.28 of this catalogue.
When ordering with the method indicated here our CRC department will define and
confirm the mentioned individual Catalogue Number.
Devices ordered here are supplied factory fitted.
Remark : For Other Field Mountable Accessories see page A.11, A.12 & A.13
A.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Basic breakers executed in a fixed mounting pattern
- With Horizontal Rear Connection. (For other options, please refer to page A.7 )
- With auxiliary contact block equipped with 3 NO and 3 NC contacts
- Basic breaker MUST be equipped with a Trip Unit. (Please refer to page A.8 for options)
4 pole(1)
3 pole
S type
Order codes
Icu = Ics = Icw
50kA
Intro
A
N type
Icu = Ics = lcw
65kA
C type
Icu = Ics =Icw
50kA
D type
Icu = Ics = lcw
65kA
B
Rating (A)
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LG04S4
LG07S4
LG08S4
LG10S4
LG13S4
LG16S4
LG20S4
LG25S4
444066
444067
444068
444069
444070
444071
444072
444073
LG04S6
LG07S6
LG08S6
LG10S6
LG13S6
LG16S6
LG20S6
LG25S6
444100
444101
444102
444103
444104
444105
444106
444107
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LG04N4
LG07N4
LG08N4
LG10N4
LG13N4
LG16N4
LG20N4
LG25N4
444078
444079
444080
444081
444082
444083
444084
444085
LG04N6
LG07N6
LG08N6
LG10N6
LG13N6
LG16N6
LG20N6
LG25N6
444112
444113
444114
444115
444116
444117
444118
444119
2000
2500
3200
4000
LG20C4
LG25C4
LG32C4
LG40C4
444074
444075
444076
444077
LG20C6
LG25C6
LG32C6
LG40C6
444108
444109
444110
444111
2000
2500
3200
4000
LG20D4
LG25D4
LG32D4
LG40D4
444086
444087
444088
444089
LG20D6
LG25D6
LG32D6
LG40D6
444120
444121
444122
444123
Basic breakers: Drawout Breakers; Moving portion only
- With auxiliary contact block equipped with 3 NO and 3 NC contacts
- Basic Breaker MUST be equipped with a Trip Unit. (Please refer to page A.8 for options)
- A cassette is needed, please refer to page A.5 for options
C
D
4 pole(1)
3 pole
E
S type
Icu = Ics = Icw
50kA
X
N type
Icu = Ics = lcw
65kA
C type
Icu = Ics =Icw
50kA
D type
Icu = Ics = lcw
65kA
Rating (A)
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LG04S1
LG07S1
LG08S1
LG10S1
LG13S1
LG16S1
LG20S1
LG25S1
444000
444001
444002
444003
444004
444005
444006
444007
LG04S3
LG07S3
LG08S3
LG10S3
LG13S3
LG16S3
LG20S3
LG25S3
444033
444034
444035
444036
444037
444038
444039
444040
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LG04N1
LG07N1
LG08N1
LG10N1
LG13N1
LG16N1
LG20N1
LG25N1
444012
444013
444014
444015
444016
444017
444018
444019
LG04N3
LG07N3
LG08N3
LG10N3
LG13N3
LG16N3
LG20N3
LG25N3
444045
444046
444047
444048
444049
444050
444051
444052
2000
2500
3200
4000
LG20C1
LG25C1
LG32C1
LG40C1
444008
444009
444010
444011
LG20C3
LG25C3
LG32C3
LG40C3
444041
444042
444043
444044
2000
2500
3200
4000
LG20D1
LG25D1
LG32D1
LG40D1
444020
444021
444022
444023
LG20D3
LG25D3
LG32D3
LG40D3
444053
444054
444055
444056
(1) 4th pole on Left, Trip Unit configurable at 0, 50 or 100% of phase rating
A.4
EntelliGuard™ L
Termination sets for Breakers & Isolators in fixed pattern
Vertical rear connections
Suited for use with
EntelliGuard -L types
Rating (A)
3 pole
4 pole
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
L16S4RVI
444441
L16S6RVI
444443
L25N4RVI
444445
L25N6RVI
444446
Terminations for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
G32M4RVI
G40M4RVI
408070
408072
G32M6RVI
G40M6RVI
408071
408074
Terminations for envelope 1
400 - 1600A LG version S
L16S4FFI
444440
L16S6FFI
444442
L25N4FFI
444444
L25N6FFI
444446
G32M4FFI
G40M4FFI
408066
408067
G32M6FFI
G40M6FFI
408068
408069
Terminations for envelope 1
400 - 1600A LG version S
2000 - 2500A
400 - 2500A
LG version S
LG & LJ versions N & R
Front access connections
2000 - 2500A
400 - 2500A
LG version S
LG & LJ versions N & R
Terminations for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
Cassettes for use with Breakers & Isolators
in Drawout pattern
Non standard connection options
To modify standard connection (horizontal rear) to:
- Vertical rear
- Front flat connection
Sets containing terminals and hardware for the line & load side of the breaker
Intro
References apply for cassettes supplied in one packaging with Breakers or Isolators
(For separate cassettes see page A.12)
- With connection modes as indicated in left column
- Each cassette is supplied with safety shutters
A
B
Horizontal Rear Connections
3 pole
Rating (A)
Suited for use with
EntelliGuard -L types
Cassette for envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000A LG version S
400 - 2000A LG & LJ versions N & R
Cassette for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4 pole
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
LG13S2HM
LG16S2HM
LG20N2HM
444272
444278
444284
LG13S5HM
LG16S5HM
LG20N5HM
444275
444281
444287
C
D
LG32D2HM
444289
LG32D5HM
444291
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads for Horizontal connections.
E
Universal rear Connections
Cassette for envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000 -2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
Cassette for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
LG13S2UM
LG16S2UM
LG25N2UM
444271
444277
444283
LG13S5UM
LG16S5UM
LG25N5UM
444274
444280
444286
LG32D2UM
444288
LG32D5UM
444290
LG40D2VM
444292
LG40D5VM
444293
LG13S2FM
LG16S2FM
LG25N2FM
444270
444276
444282
LG13S5FM
LG16S5FM
LG25N5FM
444273
444279
444285
X
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads that be rotated and used for Vertical or
Horizontal connections.
Vertical access Connections
Cassettes for Envelope 2
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
Each cassette is supplied with Vertical
connections.
Front Connections
Cassettes for Envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000 - 2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads for front connections.
A.5
EntelliGuard™ L
Isolators or Non Automatic breakers executed in a fixed
mounting pattern
- With horizontal rear connection. (For other options, please refer to page A.7)
- With auxiliary contact block equipped with 3 NO and 3 NC contacts
4 pole(1)
3 pole
R type
Order codes
Icw=42kA
C type
Icw=50kA
Rating (A)
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LJ04R4
LJ07R4
LJ08R4
LJ10R4
LJ13R4
LJ16R4
LJ20R4
LJ25R4
444161
444162
444163
444164
444165
444166
444167
444168
LJ04R6
LJ07R6
LJ08R6
LJ10R6
LJ13R6
LJ16R6
LJ20R6
LJ25R6
444173
444174
444175
444176
444177
444178
444179
444180
2000
2500
3200
4000
LJ20C4
LJ25C4
LJ32C4
LJ40C4
444169
444170
444171
444172
LJ20C6
LJ25C6
LJ32C6
LJ40C6
444181
444182
444183
444184
Intro
Isolators or Non Automatic breakers: Drawout
Breakers; Moving portion only
A
- With auxiliary contact block equipped with 3 NO and 3 NC contacts
- A cassette is needed, please refer to page A.7 for options
B
4 pole(1)
3 pole
C
Rating (A)
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
D
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
LJ04R1
LJ07R1
LJ08R1
LJ10R1
LJ13R1
LJ16R1
LJ20R1
LJ25R1
444135
444136
444137
444138
444139
444140
444141
444142
LJ04R3
LJ07R3
LJ08R3
LJ10R3
LJ13R3
LJ16R3
LJ20R3
LJ25R3
444147
444148
444149
444150
444151
444152
444153
444154
2000
2500
3200
4000
LJ20C1
LJ25C1
LJ32C1
LJ40C1
444143
444144
444145
444146
LJ20C3
LJ25C3
LJ32C3
LJ40C3
444155
444156
444157
444158
R type
Icw=42kA
E
C type
Icw=50kA
X
(1) 4th pole on Left, Trip Unit Configurable at 0.50 or 100% of phase rating
A.6
EntelliGuard™ L
Termination sets for Breakers & Isolators in fixed pattern
Vertical rear connections
Suited for use with
EntelliGuard L types
Rating (A)
3 pole
4 pole
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
L16S4RVI
444441
L16S6RVI
444443
L25N4RVI
444445
L25N6RVI
444446
Terminations for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
G32M4RVI
G40M4RVI
408070
408072
G32M6RVI
G40M6RVI
408071
408074
Terminations for envelope 1
400 - 1600A LG version S
L16S4FFI
444440
L16S6FFI
444442
L25N4FFI
444444
L25N6FFI
444446
G32M4FFI
G40M4FFI
408066
408067
G32M6FFI
G40M6FFI
408068
408069
Terminations for envelope 1
400 - 1600A LG version S
2000 - 2500A
400 - 2500A
LG version S
LG & LJ versions N & R
Front access connections
2000 - 2500A
400 - 2500A
LG version S
LG & LJ versions N & R
Terminations for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
Cassettes for use with Breakers & Isolators
in Drawout pattern
Non standard connection options
To modify standard connection (horizontal rear) to:
- Vertical rear
- Front flat connection
Sets containing terminals and hardware for the line & load side of the breaker
Intro
References apply for cassettes supplied in one packaging with breakers or isolators
(For separate cassettes see page A.12)
- With connection modes as indicated in left column.
- Each cassette is supplied with safety shutters
A
B
Horizontal rear connections
3 pole
Rating (A)
Suited for use with
EntelliGuard L types
Cassette for envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000A LG version S
400 - 2000A LG & LJ versions N & R
Cassette for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
4 pole
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
LG13S2HM
LG16S2HM
LG20N2HM
444272
444278
444284
LG13S5HM
LG16S5HM
LG20N5HM
444275
444281
444287
C
D
LG32D2HM
444289
LG32D5HM
444291
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads for Horizontal connections.
E
Universal rear connections
Cassette for envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000 -2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
Cassette for envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
LG13S2UM
LG16S2UM
LG25N2UM
444271
444277
444283
LG13S5UM
LG16S5UM
LG25N5UM
444274
444280
444286
LG32D2UM
444288
LG32D5UM
444290
LG40D2VM
444292
LG40D5VM
444293
LG13S2FM
LG16S2FM
LG25N2FM
444270
444276
444282
LG13S5FM
LG16S5FM
LG25N5FM
444273
444279
444285
X
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads that be rotated and used for Vertical or
Horizontal connections.
Vertical access connections
Cassettes for Envelope 2
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
Each cassette is supplied with Vertical
connections.
Front connections
Cassettes for Envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000 - 2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
Each cassette is supplied with connection
pads for front connections.
A.7
EntelliGuard™ L
GT type Trip Units for Power Circuit Breakers
Factory Mounted Trip Units
GT- L
Basic functionality
Designation
LT-C
tr
SD
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
GT-L Trip Unit with:
LT-C 0.4 -1 x In = Ir
tr (22 C type curves)
SD I2T ON or OFF
tSD (90ms to 1 sec.)
LTG00K1XXSF
444260
GT-L Trip Unit with:
LT-C 0.4 -1 x In = Ir
tr (22 C type curves)
SD I2T ON or OFF
tSD (90ms to 1 sec.)
GF I2T ON or OFF
tg (100 ms to 0.9 sec))
LTG00K2XXSF
444261
GT-L Trip Unit with:
LT-C 0.4 -1 x In = Ir
tr (22 C type curves)
SD I2T ON or OFF
tSD (90ms to 1 sec.)
Ii
LTG00K9XXSF
444262
GT-L Trip Unit with:
LT-C 0.4 -1 x In = Ir
tr (22 C type curves)
SD I2T ON or OFF
tSD (90ms to 1 sec.)
GF I2T ON or OFF
tg (100 ms to 0.9 sec))
Ii
LTG00K3XXS
444263
2
I t on
Order codes
tSD
LT-C
tr
SD
I2 t on
tSD
GF
I2 t on
GFDB
Intro
LT-C
tr
A
SD
I2 t on
tSD
I
B
LT-C
C
tr
SD
D
I2 t on
tSD
GF
I2 t on
I
GFDB
E
Rogowski coils
X
For groundfault protection with 3pole breaker in 4 wire networks
For use as spares
Sensors
Envelope 1
Rating
400A
630A
800A
1000A
1250A
1600A
2000A
2500A
3200A
4000A
A.8
Cat. No.
L104NRC
L106NRC
L108NRC
L110NRC
L113NRC
L116NRC
L120NRC
L125NRC
Envelope 2
Ref. No.
444420
444421
444422
444423
444424
444425
444426
444428
Cat. No.
L220NRC
L225NRC
L232NRC
L240NRC
Ref. No.
444427
444429
444430
444432
EntelliGuard™ L
Internal Accessories - Factory mounted
For field mounted variants see page A.11
Motor Operators & Closing Coils (1)
Motor Operator Envelope 1 Motor Operator Envelope 2
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
LM01024D
LM01110D
LM01220D
LM01120A
LM01240A
444190
444191
444192
444193
444194
GM01024D
GM01110D
GM01220D
GM01120A
GM01240A
407700
407706
407720
407712
407714
GCCN024D
GCCN120
GCCN240
GCCN120
GCCN240
407861
407867
407869
407867
407869
Releases
Undervoltage
2V DC
48V DC; 40-48V AC
110-130V AC-DC
220-240V AC-DC
380- 415V AC
GUVT024D
GUVT048
GUVT120
GUVT240
GUVT400A
407795
407797
407801
407803
407807
Shunt
GSTR024D
GSTR048
GSTR120
GSTR240
GSTR400A
407770
407772
407776
407778
407782
Auxiliary Contacts
Internal accessories
24-30V DC
110-130V DC
220V DC
110-130V AC
220-240V AC
Closing Coil
Cat. No.
Intro
Power Rated 3NO & 3NC
LAS3
444205
LAS4
444206
(Delivered as standard option
in all EntelliGuard L breakers
& Isolators)
Power Rated 4NO & 4NC
A
B
Indication Contacts
Bell Alarm Contact
1 Change over contact
LBAT1
444207
Ready to Closes Contact
1 NO contact
GRTC1
407897
C
D
Position Indication Contacts Cassette
1 NO + 1 NC per position
2 NO + 2 NC per position
LCPS1
LCPS2
444230
444232
E
X
Locking Mechanisms (2)
Ronis
Mounted on Breaker
One Lock can be mounted
Mounted on cassette
One Lock can be mounted
Profalux
Castell 19mm type
LBRON
444212
LBPRO
444211
LCRON
444216
LCPRO
444215
GMCN
408035
LBCA9
444214
Operation Counter
On Front Fascia of Breaker
Counter; number of Operations
(1) Supplied with spring charged contact
(2) See page A.11 for locks
A.9
EntelliGuard™ L
Internal Accessories - Factory mounted
For field mounted variants see page A.11
Mounted Interlocks for Cables (1)
Interlock scheme
Type
A
Order codes
B
C
D
Brk. 1
Brk. 2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Fixed pattern
Brk. 3
Cat. No.
Draw-out
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
For each Breaker
LI2FAD
444221
For each Breaker
LI2WAD
444222
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
For each Breaker
LI3FB
444223
For each Breaker
LI3WB
444224
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
For each Breaker
LI3FC
444225
For each Breaker
LI3WC
444226
For Brk.1 & 3
LI2FAD
444221
For Brk.1 & 3
LI2WAD
444222
444227
For Brk. 2
LI3WDT
444228
For Brk. 2
LI3FDT
Intro
Internal Accessories
A
Maximum amount of installable internal accessories
E
X
A.10
Undervoltage Release(3)
Shunt Release
Auxiliary contacts
NO+NC
Bell Alarm contacts
Ready to Close indication
Spring Charged
indication
Caraiage Indication
Contacts (per Pos.)
Locking Mechanism
Breaker
Locking Mechanism
Cassette
D
Closing Coil
C
Motor Operator
type 1 or 2
B
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(1) These kits are only available FACTORY MOUNTED: On a drawout breaker or isolator the that mechanisms are mounted on the breaker cassette need to be
ordered in combination with a breaker and mounted Cassette. For the associated, separately available cables see page A.11.
(2) TDM module (Time delay module) is mounted externally to the breaker.
EntelliGuard™ L
Internal Accessories - Field mountable
For factory mounted variants see page A.9
Motor operators & closing Coils (1)
Motor operator envelope 1 Motor operator envelope 2
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
LM01024DR
LM01110DR
LM01220DR
LM01120AR
LM01240AR
444195
444196
444197
444198
444199
GM01024DR
GM01110DR
GM01220DR
GM01120AR
GM01240AR
407701
407707
407721
407713
407715
GCCN024DR
GCCN120R
GCCN240R
GCCN120R
GCCN240R
407860
407866
407868
407866
407868
Releases
Undervoltage
2V DC
48V DC; 40-48V AC
110-130V AC-DC
220-240V AC-DC
380- 415V AC
GSTR024DR
GSTR048R
GSTR120R
GSTR240R
GSTR400AR
407796
407798
407802
407804
407808
Shunt
GSTR024DR
GSTR048R
GSTR120R
GSTR240R
GSTR400AR
407771
407773
407777
407779
407783
Auxiliary contacts
Internal accessories
24-30V DC
110-130V DC
220V DC
110-130V AC
220-240V AC
Closing coil
Cat. No.
Intro
Power rated 3NO & 3NC
LAS3R
444208
LAS4R
444209
(Delivered as standard option
in all EntelliGuard L breakers
& Isolators)
Power Rated 4NO & 4NC
A
B
Indication contacts
Bell alarm contact
1 Change over contact
LBAT1R
1 NO + 1 NC per position
2 NO + 2 NC per position
LCPS1R
LCPS2R
444210
C
Position indication contacts cassette
D
444231
444233
E
Locks with random key nr.
Ronis
Cat. No.
Ronis 1104 B Lock(2)
Profalux B204Y Lock(2)
GRON
Profalux
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
GPRO
407986
407985
X
Operation counter
On Front Fascia of breaker
Counter; number of Operations
GMCNR
408033
(1) Supplied with spring charged contact
(2) See page A.9 for lock mechanisms
A.11
EntelliGuard™ L
Cassettes for use with Breakers & Isolators
in Draw-out pattern
- References apply for separately suppllied cassettes for breakers or isolators
(For cassettes supplied with breaker see page A.5)
- With connection modes as indicated in left column
- Each cassette is supplied with safety shutters
Cassettes for Draw-out Pattern; fixed portion only
Horizontal rear connections
Rating (A)
Cassettes for Envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
Order codes
Intro
Suited for use with
EntelliGuard™ -L types
Cassettes for Envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
3 pole
4 pole
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
LG13S2HR
LG16S2HR
LG20N2HR
444302
444308
444314
LG13S5HR
LG16S5HR
LG20N5HR
444305
444311
444317
LG32D2HR
444319
LG32D5UR
444320
LG13N2UR
LG16N2UR
LG25N2UR
444301
444307
444313
LG13N5UR
LG16N5UR
LG25N5UR
444304
444310
444316
LG32D2UR
444318
LG32D5HR
444321
LG40D2VR
444322
LG40D5VR
444323
LG13S2FR
LG16S2FR
LG25N2FR
444300
444306
444312
LG13S5FR
LG16S5FR
LG25N5FR
444303
444309
444315
L1CTC1
L2CTC1
444450
444452
L1CTC3
L2CTC3
444451
444453
Remark: Each cassette is supplied with
connection pads for Horizontal connections.
Universal rear connections
Cassettes for Envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
A
B
Cassettes for Envelope 2
2000 - 3200A LG & LJ versions C & D
Remark: Each cassette is supplied with
connection pads that be rotated and used
for Vertical or Horizontal connections.
C
Vertical access connections
Cassettes for Envelope 2
4000A LG & LJ versions C & D
D
Remark: Each cassette is supplied with
Vertical connections.
E
Front connections
Cassettes for Envelope 1
400 - 1250A LG version S
1600A LG version S
2000 - 2500A LG version S
400 - 2500A LG & LJ versions N & R
X
Remark: Each cassette is supplied with
connection pads for front connections.
Casssette top covers
Insulating top covers
Cassette for Envelope 1
Cassette for Envelope 2
A.12
EntelliGuard™ L
Accessories - Other
Field mountable cables for
interlocking of breakers (1)
Interlock scheme
Interlock Type
A
B
C
D
No. of Cables Needed
Time delay module for UVR release
type: TDM
110-130V DC
220-240V DC
110-130V AC
220-240V AC
380- 415V AC
GT- Accessories
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
GTDM120D
GTDM240D
GTDM120A
GTDM240A
GTDM400A
407819
407821
407818
407820
407824
Designation
Power supply 222-265V- AC-24VDC 0.22Amps
Cable length 1 metre
Cable length 1,6 metre
Cable length 2 metre
Cable length 2,5 metre
Cable length 3 metre
Cable length 3,5 metre
Cable length 4 metre
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GCB6
GCB7
407990
407991
407992
407993
407994
407995
407996
Accessories
1 cable per breaker,
choose length as indicated
1 cable per breaker,
choose length as indicated
1 cable per breaker,
choose length as indicated
Breaker’s 1 and 3:
1 cable per breaker,
choose length as indicated
Breaker 2:
2 cables choose length as
indicated
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
GAPU
408789
Intro
A
B
Trip unit, sealable transparent front cover
GTUS
408046
C
D
Trip unit tester & No Voltage setup unit
GTUTK20
407999
E
Locking and Interlocking
X
Designation
Front Fascia of Breaker
Padlocking device for Pushbuttons
GPBD
408040
Cassette
Mis insertion device
LREPM
444246
Door
Interlock on LEFT envelope 1
Interlock on RIGHT envelope 1
Interlock on LEFT envelope 2
Interlock on RIGHT envelope 2
L1LHD
L1RHD
L2LHD
L2RHD
444240
444241
444242
444243
(1) See for associated breaker and or cassette mounted kits page A.10
A.13
EntelliGuard™ L
Spare Parts for Power Circuit Breakers
Breaker arc chutes
Envelope 1
Cat. No.
Envelope 2
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Ref. No.
L40DCHT
444411
Arc chute for 1 pole
L25NCHT
444407
Set for 1pole all tiers (1)
L25DARC
444404
L40DARC
444410
Door flange fixed (1)
Door flange drawout (1)
LDPRF
GDPRW
444200
408026
LDPRF
GDPRW
444200
408026
Front facia cover IP54
G54DR
408038
G54DR
408038
Racking handle (1)
LRHN
444412
LRHN
444412
Front fascia 3 or 4 pole (2)
LFAL1
444413
LFAL2
444414
Sets per pole (1)
Current rating 400-1250A
Current rating 1600A
Current rating 2000-2500A
Current rating 2000-4000A
L13NCLS
L16NCLS
L25NCLS
444405
444406
444408
L40DCLS
444409
Set of universal cluster pliers
GUNI
408047
GUNI
408047
For fixed or drawour breaker
(B & C block 32 pole) (1)
LSDT
444415
LSDT
444415
Lifting beam for use with
standard lifting equipment
GLB1
408045
GLB1
408045
Order codes
Breaker fixed arcing contacts
Breaker: Door flanges
IP54 cover
Intro
A
Cassette racking handle
B
Breaker front fascia part(1)
C
D
Cassette cluster contacts
E
X
Disconnect terminals
Lifting beam
(1) Is a spare, these parts are always supplied with the breaker
(2) The original breaker serial number must be indicated on ordering
A.14
EntelliGuard™ L
Retrofit of existing M-Pact breakers with EntelliGuard L
- Kits applicable for the replacement of complete envelope/frame 1 breakers in a fxed or
draw out pattern with cassette.
- Envelope/frame 2 breakers do not require a retrofit kit.
- Allows the use of the existing connection material and fixation holes.
- For the replacement envelope 1 or 2 breaker a new front panel cut out is needed.
M-Pact in fixed pattern - Frame 1
Existing Breaker
EntelliGuard L in fixed pattern - Envelope 1
Replacement Breaker
Replacement kit
S type rating 400-1600A
Cat. No.
SMN31F16L16N
SMN41F16L16N
Ref. No.
444470
444471
Cat. No.
SMN31F25L25N
SMN41F25L25N
Ref. No.
444475
444476
Intro
M-Pact in draw-out pattern - Frame 1
Existing Breaker
A
EntelliGuard L in draw-out pattern (1) - Envelope 1
Replacement Breaker
Replacement Kit
Ref. No.
444465
444466
S & N types 2000 & 2500A
S type rating 400-1250A
S type rating 1600A
N type rating 400-1600A
S & N types 2000 & 2500A
z
3pole
4pole
Cat. No.
SMS31W12L13S
SMS41W12L13S
Ref. No.
444480
444481
Cat. No.
SMS31F16L16S
SMS41F16L16S
Ref. No.
444485
444486
Cat. No.
SMN31W16L16N
SMN41W16L16N
Ref. No.
444490
444491
Retrofit kits
Cat. No.
SMS31F16L16S
SMS41F16L16S
3pole
4pole
N type rating 400-1600A
Cat. No.
SMN31W25L25N
SMN41W24L25N
Ref. No.
444495
444496
B
C
D
E
X
A.15
EntelliGuard™ L
Global Catalogue number structure - Breaker
- Codes built in the indicated manner can be used as an alternative ordering method
- The breaker and its operation mode (manual or electrical)
1st digit
3rd & 4th digit
6th digit
7th digit
A product belonging
to the EntelliGuard™ L
breaker line
Nominal current rating
of the product
Fixed Pattern or Draw-out
Pattern moving portion and
Number of poles
Electrically or Hand
Operated
Order codes
400A
04
3 pole Fixed Pattern
4
630A
06
800A
08
3 pole Draw-out
Moving Portion
1
1000A
10
4 pole Fixed Pattern
6
1250A
13
1600A
16
4 pole Draw-out
Moving Portion
2000A
20
2500A
25
3200A
32
4000A
40
Electrical at:
3
24V DC
A
110-130V DC
E
250V DC
F
110-130V AC
H
230-240V AC
J
Manual
X
Intro
A
B
L
J
1
3
S
4
(1)
X
X
C
Interruption / short-circuit withstand
rating of the product
Product Type
D
Circuit Breaker
Non Automatic (Switch)
E
X
2nd digit
G
J
Envelope
Voltage Rating
Code
Icu = Ics
<=500V
Icw
<=500V
Code
42kA
R
1
110-130V AC-DC
E
50kA
50kA
S
1
220-240V AC-DC
G
65kA
65kA
N
1
Manual
X
50kA
50kA
C
2
65kA
65kA
D
2
5th digit
(1) For an overview of the valid combinations indicating the available options see page A.19
A.16
Closing Coil
24V DC
A
If Electrically Operated add 1
Closing Coil by indicating voltage
rating code. If manual use an X as
indicated
8th digit
EntelliGuard™ L
Global Catalogue number structure - Breaker
- Codes built in the indicated manner can be used as an alternative ordering method
- Breaker mounted accessories
11th digit
24V DC
Reserved for
Future use
X
A
40-48VDC 48V AC
B
110-130V AC-DC
E
220-240V AC-DC
G
380-415V AC
K
None
X
Code
Bell Alarm Contact,Operations Counter &
Ready to Close Contact
Factory Installed prevision to mount a
Cable interlock beween breakers.
A
Bell Alarm 1 NO
X
X
2
Mechanical Interlock - Type A
R
B
K
Mechanical Interlock - Type B
K
C
G
Mechanical Interlock - Type C
C
Mechanical Interlock - Type D
D
None
X
X
Add Shunt Release by
indicating voltage rating
code. if not needed use an X
as indicated.
A
D
Mechanical Operations
Counter
Bell Alarm 1NO & Mechanical Operations counter
Ready to Close contact
1 NO
Ready to Close contact 1 NO Power
Rated on Secondary terminals
Code
15th digit
No other contacts installed
Shunt Release
Voltage Rating
13th digit
1
X
No prevision
for Breaker interlock
X
Catalogue number structure
9th digit
Intro
A
X
B
X XX
C
Undervoltage Release
Voltage Rating
24V DC
Auxiliary Switches
Code
1
40-48VDC 48V AC
3
110-130V AC-DC
5
Type
Code
3NO+3NC
(Power Rated) (2)
2
4NO+4NC (Power Rated)
4
Factory Installed prevision to mount
a Key lock on the breakers
For Profalux Key lock
P
For Ronis Key lock
R
For 19mm Castell type Key lock
B
L
220-240V AC-DC
8
Pushbutton Padlock Device
380-415V AC
W
None
X
Ronis Key Interlock & Push Button
Padlock Device
Profalux Key Interlock & Push Button Pad. Device
Add UVR release by using
the indicated code. The use
of an X indictates no Release
installed.
Defines Installed GT type Electronic
Trip Unit
Basic
type
Code
3
4
Small19m Castell Key Interlock
& Push Button Pad. Device
5
No prevision for Key lock
X
GT-L
with
Ammeter
L
Functionality
Code
LT, LTD.
ST, STD
01
LT, LTD.
ST, STD,
GF &
GFD
02
LT, LTD.
ST, STD
&I
06
LT, LTD.
ST, STD,
I, GF &
GFD
07
D
E
X
No prevision for Trip Unit
X
10th digit
12th digit
14th digit
XX
16, 17th & 18th digit
(1) Each standard breaker or Isolator is normally supplied with 3 NO+3NC auxiliary contacts (option 2)
A.17
EntelliGuard™ L
Global Catalogue number structure - Cassettes
- Codes built in the indicated manner can be used as an alternative ordering method
- Cassettes for uses with drawout breakers
3rd & 4th digit
6th digit
7th digit
9th digit
A product belonging
to the EntelliGuard™ L
breaker line
Nominal current rating
of the product
Number of Poles
of the Cassette
Connection Mode
Factory Installed
prevision to mount a
Key lock on the cassette
Order codes
1st digit
1250A
13
3 pole
2
1600A
16
4 pole
5
2000A
20
Rear Universal, T
stubs rotatable
-Horizontal or
Vertical busbars.
U
2500A
25
Front Flat access
F
3200A
32
4000A
40
Rear Horizontal
busbars
H
Rear Vertical
busbars
V
For 1 Ronis Key lock
R
For 1 Profalux Key lock
P
No Lock Prevision
mounted
X
Intro
A
B
L
G
13
H
2
U
(1)
X
X
M
C
Suitable for:
D
Standard Circuit Breaker or
standard Non Automatic type
E
G
Interruption / short-circuit withstand
rating of the Breaker used with the
Cassette.
Icu, Ics or
Icw
Envelope
< = 50kA
1
S
65kA
1
N
< = 65kA
2
D
Code
Position Indication
switches in Cassette
Delivered mounted with
breaker or separately (2)
Set of 1 NO and 1NC
contacts per Position
2
Mounted with
breaker
XXM
Set of 2 NO and 2NC
contacts per Position
4
Delivered as separate component
XXR
No Switches
Mounted
X
X
2nd digit
5th digit
(1) For an overview of the valid combinations indicating the available options see page A.20
(2) Digit 10 and 11 are reserved for future use, a filler “XX” is used
A.18
8th digit
10th, 11th
& 12th digit (2)
EntelliGuard™ L
Power Circuit Breakers, Valid Catalogue number
combinations
3 & 4 pole Breakers and
Isolators in Fixed Pattern
3 & 4 pole Breakers and Isolators
drawout portion only
3 & 4 pole Cassettes,
supplied with breakers
Trip Units and their accessories
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
LG04N4
LG04N6
LG04S4
LG04S6
LG07N4
LG07N6
LG07S4
LG07S6
LG08N4
LG08N6
LG08S4
LG08S6
LG10N4
LG10N6
LG10S4
LG10S6
LG13N4
LG13N6
LG13S4
LG13S6
LG16N4
LG16N6
LG16S4
LG16S6
LG20C4
LG20C6
LG20D4
LG20D6
LG20N4
LG20N6
LG20S4
LG20S6
LG25C4
LG25C6
LG25D4
LG25D6
LG25N4
LG25N6
LG25S4
LG25S6
LG32C4
LG32C6
LG32D4
LG32D6
LG40C4
LG40C6
LG40D4
LG40D6
LJ04R4
LJ04R6
LJ07R4
LJ07R6
LJ08R4
LJ08R6
LJ10R4
LJ10R6
LJ13R4
LJ13R6
LJ16R4
LJ16R6
LJ20C4
LJ20C6
LJ20R4
LJ20R6
LJ25C4
LJ25C6
LJ25R4
LJ25R6
LJ32C4
LJ32C6
LJ40C4
LJ40C6
444078
444112
444066
444100
444079
444113
444067
444101
444080
444114
444068
444102
444081
444115
444069
444103
444082
444116
444070
444104
444083
444117
444071
444105
444074
444108
444086
444120
444084
444118
444072
444106
444075
444109
444087
444121
444085
444119
444073
444107
444076
444110
444088
444122
444077
444111
444089
444123
444161
444173
444162
444174
444163
444175
444164
444176
444165
444177
444166
444178
444169
444181
444167
444179
444170
444182
444168
444180
444171
444183
444172
444184
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
LG04N1
LG04N3
LG04S1
LG04S3
LG04S3
LG07N1
LG07N3
LG07S1
LG07S3
LG07S3
LG08N1
LG08N3
LG08S1
LG08S3
LG08S3
LG10N1
LG10N3
LG10S1
LG10S3
LG10S3
LG13N1
LG13N3
LG13S1
LG13S3
LG13S3
LG16N1
LG16N3
LG16S1
LG16S3
LG16S3
LG20C1
LG20C3
LG20D1
LG20D3
LG20N1
LG20N3
LG20S1
LG20S3
LG20S3
LG25C1
LG25C3
LG25D1
LG25D3
LG25N1
LG25N3
LG25S1
LG25S3
LG25S3
LG32C1
LG32C3
LG32D1
LG32D3
LG40C1
LG40C3
LG40D1
LG40D3
LJ04R1
LJ07R1
LJ08R1
LJ10R1
LJ13R1
LJ16R1
LJ20C1
LJ20C3
LJ20R1
LJ25C1
LJ25C3
LJ25R1
LJ32C1
LJ32C3
LJ40C1
LJ40C3
444012
444045
444000
444033
444033
444013
444046
444001
444034
444034
444014
444047
444002
444035
444035
444015
444048
444003
444036
444036
444016
444049
444004
444037
444037
444017
444050
444005
444038
444038
444008
444041
444020
444053
444018
444051
444006
444039
444039
444009
444042
444021
444054
444019
444052
444007
444040
4 44040
444010
444043
444022
444055
444011
444044
444023
444056
444135
444136
444137
444138
444139
444140
444143
444155
444141
444144
444156
444142
444145
444157
444146
444158
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
A.4-6
LG13S2FM
LG13S2HM
LG13S2UM
LG13S5FM
LG13S5HM
LG13S5UM
LG16S2FM
LG16S2HM
LG16S2UM
LG16S5FM
LG16S5HM
LG16N5UM
LG20N2HM
LG20N5HM
LG25N2FM
LG25N2UM
LG25N5FM
LG25N5UM
LG32D2HM
LG32D2UM
LG32D5HM
LG32D5UM
LG40D2VM
LG40D5VM
444270
444272
444271
444273
444275
444274
444276
444278
444277
444279
444281
444280
444284
444287
444282
444283
444285
444286
444289
444288
444291
444290
444292
444293
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
A.5-7
GAPU
GTUS
GTUTK20
LTG00K1XXSF
LTG00K2XXSF
LTG00K3XXS
LTG00K9XXSF
L104NRC
L106NRC
L108NRC
L110NRC
L113NRC
L116NRC
L120NRC
L125NRC
L220NRC
L225NRC
L232NRC
L240NRC
408789
408046
407999
444260
444261
444263
444262
444420
444421
444422
444423
444424
444425
444426
444428
444427
444429
444430
444432
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
Catalogue number combinations
Available standard Breakers, Cassette types and Trip Units
Intro
A
3 & 4 pole Cassettes,
supplied separatley
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
LG13S2FR
LG13S2HR
LG13S2UR
LG13S5FR
LG13S5HR
LG13S5UR
LG16S2FR
LG16S2HR
LG16S2UR
LG16S5FR
LG16S5HR
LG16S5UR
LG20N2HR
LG20N5HR
LG25N2FR
LG25N5FR
LG25N5UR
LG25N5UR
LG32D2HR
LG32D2UR
LG32D5HR
LG32D5UR
LG40D2VR
LG40D5VR
444300
444302
444301
444303
444305
444304
444306
444308
444307
444309
444311
444310
444314
444317
444312
444315
444316
444316
444319
444318
444321
444320
444322
444323
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
B
C
D
E
X
A.19
EntelliGuard™ L
Power Circuit Breakers, Valid Catalogue number
combinations
Available Accessories
Order codes
Factory Mounted accessories
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
A.20
Field Mountable accessories
& spares
Spare parts
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
Cat. No
Ref. No.
Page
GCCN024D
GCCN120
GCCN120
GCCN240
GCCN240
GM01024D
GM01110D
GM01120A
GM01220D
GM01240A
GMCN
GRTC1
GSTR024D
GSTR048
GSTR120
GSTR240
GSTR400A
GUVT024D
GUVT048
GUVT120
GUVT240
GUVT400A
LAS3
LAS4
LBAT1
LBCA9
LBPRO
LBRON
LCPRO
LCPS1
LCPS2
LCRON
LI2FAD
LI2FAD
LI2WAD
LI2WAD
LI3FB
LI3FC
LI3FDT
LI3WB
LI3WC
LI3WDT
LM01024D
LM01110D
LM01120A
LM01220D
LM01240A
407861
407867
407867
407869
407869
407700
407706
407712
407720
407714
408035
407897
407770
407772
407776
407778
407782
407795
407797
407801
407803
407807
444205
444206
444207
444214
444211
444212
444215
444230
444232
444216
444221
444221
444222
444222
444223
444225
444227
444224
444225
444228
444190
444191
444193
444192
444194
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
GAPU
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GCB6
GCB7
GCCN024DR
GCCN120R
GCCN120R
GCCN240R
GCCN240R
GM01024DR
GM01110DR
GM01120AR
GM01220DR
GM01240AR
GMCNR
GPBD
GPRO
GREPM
GRON
GSTR024DR
GSTR048R
GSTR120R
GSTR240R
GSTR400AR
GTDM120A
GTDM120D
GTDM240A
GTDM240D
GTDM400A
GTUS
GTUTK20
GUVT024DR
GUVT048R
GUVT120R
GUVT240R
GUVT400AR
L1CTC1
L1CTC3
L1LHD
L1RHD
L2CTC1
L2CTC3
L2LHD
L2RHD
LAS3R
LAS4R
LBAT1R
LCPS1R
LCPS2R
LM01024DR
LM01110DR
LM01120AR
LM01220DR
LM01240AR
LPBD
408789
407990
407991
407992
407993
407994
407995
407996
407860
407866
407866
407868
407868
407701
407707
407713
407721
407715
408033
408040
407986
408041
407985
407771
407773
407777
407779
407783
407818
407819
407820
407821
407824
408046
407999
407796
407798
407802
407804
407808
444450
444451
444240
444242
444452
444453
444241
444243
444208
444209
444210
444231
444233
444195
444196
444198
444197
444199
444213
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.13
A.11
A.13
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.12
A.12
A.13
A.13
A.12
A.12
A.13
A.13
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.13
G54DR
GDPRW
GLB1
GUNI
L13NCLS
L16NCLS
L25DARC
L25NCHT
L25NCLS
L40DARC
L40DCHT
L40DCLS
LDPRF
LDPRF
LFAL1
LFAL2
LRHN
LSDT
408038
408026
408045
408047
444405
444406
444404
444407
444408
444410
444411
444409
444200
444200
444413
444414
444412
444415
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
EntelliGuard™ L
Electronic Trip Units
B.2
Trip Unit layout & Main menu
B.3
Overcurrent protection against Overload, LT-C, LTD
B.4
Trip Unit options and available Long Time current settings
B.5
Overcurrent protection against Short-circuit: ST, STDB and I2t
B.6
Overcurrent protection against Short-circuit: I, HIOSC and MCR
B.7
Ground fault protection: GF, GFD’, I2T and I4T
B.8
Electronic Trip Unit features and accessories
B.9
Time Current curve; LT Overcurrent protection
B.10
Time Current curve; ST Overcurrent protection
B.12
Time Current curve; I Overcurrent protection
B.12
Time Current curve; GF Ground fault protection
B.14
Time Current curves; Terminology
B.15
Time Current curves; Example of Full Time Current curve
Air Circuit Breakers
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
B.1
EntelliGuard™ L
Electronic Trip Units layout & Main menu
State of the Art Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard™ L Power Circuit Breakers is equipped with a digital electronic trip unit type GT-L,
that has a LCD screen providing an ammeter and a touchpad that allows a simple and
accurate menu driven adjustment of the breaker parameters.
All functionality is menu driven accessed by using 4 setting and one enter key thus allowing
a fast and accurate setting of the device. These have the following functionality.
Electronic Trip Units
Ç
È
Æ
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In situations where the installation is not yet connected to the power supply and the device
needs to be adjusted and have the installed options set the use of the separately available
TESTER with Power Pack is advised. (Cat No. GTUTK20)
In Power On situations the Trip Unit display is only functional when the breaker is carrying
at least 20% of it’s nominal current value. (Single phase)
SET UP
Intro
METER
STATUS
A
UP: Scroll up, Increment Value
DOWN: Scroll down, Decrement value
NEXT function, next page
PREVIOUS function, previous page
SAVE setting into memory
EVENTS
SET UP MENU
To enter this option begin the process by pressing the UP or DOWN key until SETUP is selected
on the screen… Pressing the NEXT or PREVIOUS key allows one to enter the setup mode.
After selecting this mode all functions can be chosen by depressing the NEXT or PREVIOUS key.
Within the setup menu all breaker protection values, trip unit parameters, relaying functions in
and outputs, communication and trip unit access codes are set.
Each EntelliGuard™ L Electronic trip units provides long-time over-current protection (LT),
long-time delay (LTD/tR) and some form of Short Circuit over-current protection (ST and/or I).
Optionally Groundfault protection (GFsum) with a delay funtion (GFDB/TG) can be added.
B
SET UP
C
METER
STATUS
D
METER
To enter this option begin the process by pressing the UP or DOWN key until to METER is
selected on the screen.. Pressing the NEXT or PREVIOUS key allows one to view the current in
all three phases and the neutral. The ammeter is only available when the trip unit is powered
by the distribution or via the external Testkit.
EVENTS
E
SET UP
X
METER
STATUS
To enter this option begin the process by pressing the UP or DOWN key until METER is
selected on the screen. The status option indicates the present status and settings of the trip
unit and circuit breaker.
STATUS
EVENTS
SET UP
METER
STATUS
EVENT
EVENTSLOG
B.2
EVENTS
To enter this option begin the process by pressing the UP or DOWN key until EVENTS is selected
on the screen. Pressing the NEXT or PREVIOUS key allows one to access events. Here a total of
10 events with data as, event type and event magnitude are stored. The connection of a 24V
DC auxiliary supply to the Trip Unit will expand this option to include a time stamp of
each event.
Tripping events as LT, ST, I GF) are visualized with the associated levels. It is possible to clear this
so called “trip register” locally.
EntelliGuard™ L
Overload Protection LT-C and LTD
SET UP
LONG TIME
METER
pickup
0.5
BAND
C5
Ir = 500A
STATUS
EVENTS
The device has 15 setpoints distributed over a
setting range of 0.4 to 1 times the chosen breaker
rating (In)
Overcurrent protection
Overload (LT-C) Protection
The EntelliGuard™ GT-L Electronic Trip has an
extremely accurate and easy to set overload or
Long Time (LT-C) Protection . It is designed to pick
up overloads that exceed 112% of the set value
within two hours with a tolerance of 10% (1).
EntelliGuard GT-L Electronic Trip Unit
The LT-C type is designed to be used in
association with down- and upstream circuit
breakers and has a so called I2t shape producing
a curve form similar to standard industrial
thermal magnetic protection devices.
10000
2h
The Time-Current protection curve depicted here
is drawn in cold state A cooling function in the
device corrects for the heating of the connected
lines and equipment.
1000
In order to allow an accurate adjustment to the
thermal properties of the protected equipment
and to finely match the curve with those of
Upstream & Downstream devices 22 time bands
are available.
- Time Current Curve
LT- Protection Device
C bands
Intro
100
A
The table indicates the minimum delay time and
maximum total interruption times for 3 frequently
used reference points on the curve of each band.
The graph portrays the LT behaviour for the timecurrent bands C-4,C- 8, C-13 & C-22.
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
10
B
C
1
D
E
0,1
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
100,00
7,2 x
]
X
Overload Tripping times at indicated overload levels per selected LTD band, in Seconds
x Ir
Cmin C-2 C-3 C-4
Max. 7,8 23,4 46,7 62,3
Min. 4,0 12,0 24,0 32,0
Max. 1,3 3,86 7,73 10,3
3
Min. 0,80 2,41 4,82 6,43
Max. 0,21 0,62 1,24 1,66
7.2
Min. 0,13 0,40 0,81 1,07
Motor Protection Class to IEC 947-4
1.5
C-5
93,4
48,0
15,5
9,64
2,49
1,61
C-6
125
64,1
20,6
12,9
3,32
2,15
C-7 C-8
156 187
80,1 96,1
25,8 30,9
16,1 19,3
4,15 4,98
2,69 3,22
10b
C-9
218
112
36,1
22,5
5,81
3,76
C-10
249
128
41,2
25,7
6,64
4,30
C-11
280
144
46,4
28,9
7,47
4,83
10
C-12
311
160
51,5
32,1
8,30
5,37
C-13
374
192
61,8
38,6
9,96
6,45
C-14
436
224
72,1
45,0
11,6
7,52
20
C-15
498
256
82,4
51,4
13,3
8,60
C-16
560
288
92,7
57,8
14,9
9,67
C-17
623
320
103
64,3
16,6
10,7
30
C-18
685
352
113
70,7
18,3
11,8
C-19
747
384
124
77,1
19,9
12,9
C-20 C-21
810 872
416 448
134 144
83,6 90,0
21,6 23,2
14,0 15,0
40
Cmax
934
480
155
96,4
24,9
16,1
(1) Meeting the requirements of IEC 90647-2 and IEC 90647-4
B.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Trip Unit Functionality & available Long Time settings
Long time or overload Setting interface
current protection
Instantaneous Shortcircuit Current
Protection
Intro
Short time short-circuit
current protection
Electronic Trip Units
Trip Unit functionality
A
Ground Fault Protection
B
C
D
Data Acquisition &
Diagnostics
E
Other
X
Key:
X = Present
O = Optional
B.4
LCD Screen allowing access to 4 distinct menu’s
GT-L
X
Touch pad adjustments
X
Multilingual
X
Adjustable manual or automatic RESET option
X
Ir=0.4 to 1In 15 secondary current settings
X
22 Thermal Protection (C type) time bands available
ranging from class 0.5 to 40 (bands at 7.2 x Ir)
X
Neutral Protection 0-50%-63%-100%
X
Cooling function and Thermal memory
X
Setting range from 1.5 to 12 x Ir (LT setting)
X
Steps of 0.5 (A total of 22 settings)
X
17 time delay settings (STDB) ranging from 30 to
940 milliseconds delay setting result in a 90 to 1000
milliseconds clearing time
X
Clearance times to IEC 40979-1 and IEC 60364
X
3 I²t Protection time bands available
X
Ii setting range from 2 to 15 x In
X
Steps of 0.5 (A total of 28 settings)
X
Possibility to switch OFF
X
Selective execution
X
Fixed instantaneous or HSIOC protection
X
Setting range from 0.2 to 1 x In (Breaker rating)
O
Steps of 0.01 (A total of 92 settings)
O
Possibility to switch OFF
O
14 time delay settings (GFDB) ranging from 50 to 840
milliseconds delay setting resulting in a 110 to 900
milliseconds clearing time
O
Clearance times to IEC 40979-1 and IEC 60364
O
3 I²t protection time bands available
O
Residual principle
O
Trip Target (trip reason indication)
X
Trip Info (Magnitude / Phase)
X
Trip Counter
X
Event Logger (trip events)
X
Good & Bad Health Indicator
X
24V DC Auxiliary power supply
O
Test kit with power support function
O
Trip Unit LT settings
Breaker In (A)
400
GT-L Setting
x In
0,4
160
0,45
180
0,5
200
0,55
220
0,6
240
0,65
260
0,7
280
0,75
300
0,8
320
0,75
300
0,8
320
0,85
340
0,9
360
0,95
380
1
400
Breaker In (A)
GT-L Setting
x In
0,4
0,45
0,5
0,55
0,6
0,65
0,7
0,75
0,8
0,75
0,8
0,85
0,9
0,95
1
1600
630
800
1000
1250
Available Setpoints (A)
252
284
315
347
378
410
441
473
504
473
504
536
567
599
630
320
360
400
440
480
520
560
600
640
600
640
680
720
760
800
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
750
800
850
900
950
1000
500
563
625
688
750
813
875
938
1000
938
1000
1063
1125
1188
1250
2000
2500
3200
4000
Available Setpoints (A)
640
720
800
880
960
1040
1120
1200
1280
1200
1280
1360
1440
1520
1600
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
1000
1125
1250
1375
1500
1625
1750
1875
2000
1875
2000
2125
2250
2375
2500
1280
1440
1600
1760
1920
2080
2240
2400
2560
2400
2560
2720
2880
3040
3200
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
EntelliGuard™ L
Short-circuit Protection ST and STDB
The Timed Short-circuit Protection Device is
designed to offer selectivity over a defined
current range and offers a unique combination
of multiple time bands and current settings.
SET UP
SET
CURRENT
METER
1000A
STATUS
Ie
SHORT TIME
PICKUP
3
x lr
ST BAND
2
SLOPE
OFF
EVENTS
To allow selectivity with a wide range of
different downstream devices whilst not
unnecessarily sacrificing clearing time,
17 different time bands are available. The
device has an adjustment range of 1.5 to 12
(+-10%) times the chosen Long Time current
value (Ir) in steps of 0,5 (pick up setting).
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
I2t OFF- STDB bands
The graph indicates 6 of the available 17 time
bands across the full adjustment range.
The table contains the minimum delay time
and the maximum total interruption times for
all time band settings.
Overcurrent protection
Overcurrent Protection against short-circuit:
ST, STDB
The EntelliGuard™ GT-L Electronic Trip and
breaker combination can be equipped with
a number of different short-circuit protection
devices each with their own distinctive
properties and field of application.
Intro
A
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
Timed Short-circuit (ST) Protection I2t bands
(slope)
The ST device can also be set to a I2t slope
value. The available multiple I2t slopes are
normally used to achieve selectivity with
downstream fuses or to improve selectivity
with downstream circuit breakers.
B
0,2
C
0,1
D
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
The device has an adjustment range of 1.5 to
12 (+-10%) times the chosen Long Time current
value (Ir) in steps of 0.5 (pick up setting) and
17 time bands.
There are three available I2t slopes
(K set at 3,8 or 18) .
E
0,01
X
0,001
1,00
10,00
100,00
x Breaker Rating In
]
Short time tripping times at indicated levels per selected STDB band - I2t OFF, in milliseconds
x Ir
Min
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Max
1.5 x Tripping
±10% Non Tripping
90
100
110
120
170
190
240
270
300
340
400
450
600
700
800
900
1000
30
40
50
60
110
130
180
210
240
280
340
390
540
640
740
840
940
12 x Tripping
±10% Non Tripping
90
100
110
120
170
190
240
270
300
340
400
450
600
700
800
900
1000
30
40
50
60
110
130
180
210
240
280
340
390
540
640
740
840
940
B.5
EntelliGuard™ L
Electronic Trip Units
Short-circuit Protections, I, HIOSC & MCR
Intro
Instantaneous Short-circuit (I) Protection
A user settable device that allows a high speed
fault interruption at a pre-determined current
level. This device can be used with the short time
delayed (ST) short-circuit protection device or as
replacement thereof. The device has a current
adjustment of 2 to 15 (±10%) times the chosen
Primary Current Value (Ie) in steps of 0.5.
The device can also be switched OFF.
On breakers with a rating of more than 4000A the
maximum setting of 15 x is in some cases limited to
a lower value due to the breaker current rating and
its Short-circuit withstand value (see page B.11).
The Instantaneous tripping system used in
the EntelliGuard Electronic Trip Unit has a
unique programming feature that waits for the
downstream device to trip before reacting to an
overcurrent fault. This providing the user with a
unique combination of Speed and Selectivity.
SET UP
BREAKER
RATING
METER
1000A
INST
PICKUP
2
x le
STATUS
EVENTS
1
- Time Current Curve
I - Protection Device
The graph indicates the maximum interruption time
and non tripping time across the full current setting
band and the trasnition to the HIOS protection device.
A
HSIOC Protection device
To prevent very hi level short-circuit currents
causing damage to their electrical installation
and their components EntelliGuard Power Circuit
Breaker are equipped with a HSIOC protection
device.
B
C
0,1
HSIOC - Protection Device
This hi level short-circuit device is installed in all
EntelliGuard L Breakers and is designed to trip the
breaker at the specified Icw value of the device).
The device, interrupts and thus limits the duration
of these high level short-circuits to 40 milliseconds.
E
Making Current (MCR) Protection device
If a breaker is closed on to a short-circuit current it
is mandatory that the device interrupts before the
electrical installation and it’s components incur any
damage .
X
An MCR device is present in all EntelliGuard Power
Circuit Breakers) specifically designed to trip the
breaker when closing onto a fault.
B.6
0,01
Tripping Time in Seconds (S)
D
0,001
1,00
x Breaker Rating (In)
10,00
100,00
EntelliGuard™ L
Ground Fault Protections GF & GFD
SET UP
BREAKER
RATING
GF
SUM
METER
1000A
PICKUP
0,3
x CT
BAND
2
Slope
OFF
STATUS
EVENTS
Ground fault protection
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
I2t slope -OFF- GFDB Band
Intro
A
1
B
0,8
0,6
0,4
C
0,2
D
0,1
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Ground Fault Protection (GFsum)
To protect an installation or a part thereof against
indirect contact, Protection Devices can be used to
automatically disconnect the power supply when
a fault to earth is detected. The HD384 installation
standard requires that the mentioned device
senses the fault and then interrupts the supply
within a specified time frame.
A short-circuit device as an EntelliGuard
Power Circuit Breaker can be used to meet
this requirement. However these short-circuit
protection devices are normally set at values that
are too high to detect normally occurring faults
to Earth.
The optionally available Ground Fault protection
feature is specifically designed to detect lower
currents than a standard short-circuit Device and
operate by residually summing the current in the
Phases and Neutral. When a fault to Earth creates
an unbalance in the system the resulting Fault
Current is detected by the device that produces an
alarm signal or trips the associated circuit breaker
thus disconnecting the circuit.
The EntelliGuard Ground fault device has an
adjustment range of 0.2 to 1 (±15%) times the
chosen breaker rating (In) and can be set in steps of
0,01 (pick up setting). To allow selectivity with other
downstream protection devices there are
14 different time band settings available.
The graph indicates a number of the available
14 time bands across the full adjustment range.
The table contains the minimum delay time and
the maximum total interruption times for all time
band settings.
The Ground fault device must monitor the current
in all phases and the Neutral. When a 3 pole device
is used in a 4 wire (3phase + Neutral) system a 4th
sensor must be placed in the Neutral. On use of a
4 pole EntelliGuard breaker the sensor is already
present in the Neutral pole.
Ground Fault Protection I2t or I4t bands (slope)
The GF device can also be set to a slope value. The
available multiple I2t and I4t slopes are normally
used to achieve selectivity with downstream fuses
or to improve selectivity with downstream circuit
breakers.
E
X
0,01
0,10
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
The user has the possibility to choose a current
adjustment of 0.2 to 1 (times the chosen the
chosen breaker rating (In) in steps of 0.01
and one of 14 time bands.
]
There are three available slopes: Low, Medium and
High.
Ground fault tripping times at indicated levels per selected GFDB band -I2t slope OFF, in milliseconds
0.2 x
±10%
0.6 x
±10%
x Ir
Tripping
Non Tripping
Tripping
Non Tripping
1
110
50
110
50
2
120
60
120
60
3
140
80
140
80
4
170
110
170
110
5
190
130
190
130
6
240
180
240
180
7
270
210
270
210
8
340
280
340
280
9
400
340
400
340
10
450
390
450
390
11
600
540
600
540
12
700
640
700
640
13
800
740
800
740
14
900
840
900
840
B.7
EntelliGuard™ L
Measurement Functions and Power Supplies
SETUP
METER
METER
Electronic Trip Units
STATUS
EVENTS
SET UP
METER
STATUS
EVENTS
METER
Intro
STATUS
Ammeter
An Ammeter is supplied with each EntelliGuard™
Electronic Trip Unit. The current in each of the three
phases and the Neutral can be viewed.
The device has an accuracy of 2% when viewed at
the nominal current of the breaker and an accuracy
of 5% when viewed when the breaker is running at
50 - 85% of its full load.
Trip Reason Indicators (event logging)
Trip Operations counter.
The Electronic Trip Unit keeps track of data indicating
why the associated breaker has tripped and on how
many occurrences have taken place. Accessible
under the ‘EVENTS’ menu the Trip Reason Indicator
keeps track of a maximum of 10 events that have
caused the EntelliGuard breaker to trip. The device
stores the voltage, the phase’s involved, the current
value, the reason of the trip and the trip number (see
counter). When an auxiliary voltage is connected the
time and date of the event are also stored.
Parameter Measured
Current
L1, L2, L3, N
Units
Resolution
A
0000
Accuracy
at 100% of
breaker rating
2%
Accessible under the ‘STATUS’ menu the Trip
Operations Counter registers a maximum of 255
overcurrent faults with their reason. (LT, ST, I or GF-EF).
The data can be viewed and reset through the
STATUS menu Pickup status option.
EVENTS
A
SET UP
B
METER
STATUS
C
Neutral Protection
When inserted into a 4 pole breaker the
EntelliGuard™ Electronic Trip Unit senses that
the breaker in which the device is installed has
a Neutral Pole. Via the set Up menu, a Neutral
Setting option then becomes available in which the
LT, ST and I protection device can be jointly set to
one of the following values:
0%, 50%, 63% or 100%. x the values set for the
phase protection device.
EVENTS
D
E
X
Reset Choice Function
When a fault has occurred the Trip Unit trips the
associated breaker. It is then deemed normal
installation practise to verify the reason of the
fault before reconnecting power by resetting and
switching the breaker on. The advanced options
included in the EntelliGuard™ Trip Unit provide the
user with the fault reason, magnitude and location,
thus allowing the user to easily establish the
required corrective actions. To follow this procedure
Trip Unit reset function should be set to MANUAL.
However, in some cases it is required that
the breaker resets itself automatically. If this
functionality is required, the reset function should
be set to AUTOMATIC.
A selector switch on the Trip Unit front face allows
the user this choice.
Auxiliary Power Supply
The 24V DC auxiliary supply allows of the trip
unit setup function when the standard supply is
disconnected. At circuit loads >20% the standard
power supply allows full uses of the setup option.
The separately available Test Box Kit can also be
used as a temporary power supply.
This device has a battery pack and optionally can
provide power by using a 24 V DC power supply.
Test Kit
To verify that the Electronic Trip Unit is interfacing
correctly with the Breaker and to establish if the
circuitry in the Trip Unit is functioning correctly a
test kit is available.
B.8
The device has a 24V auxiliary supply to allow it’s
use in a secondary function as power supply of the
Trip unit when no network power supply is available.
The device can be plugged in to a jack on the trip
Unit Front face.
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
LT Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10000
2h!
10000
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
Ie = 0.975, 0.9625, 0.95, 0.45 or 0.4 x
In
Ir = 0.5 to 1 x Ie in steps of 0.25
1000
100
ST protection - OFF
I protection set to 15 x Ie !
0,1
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
ST protection - OFF
I protection set to 15 x Ie !
10
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
1
100,00
Intro
1
A
0,1
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
7.2 x!
B
100,00
7.2 x!
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10000
C
10000
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
Ie = 0.975, 0.9625, 0.95, 0.45 or 0.4 x
In
Ir = 0.5 to 1 x Ie in steps of 0.25
1000
- Time Current Curve
LT- Protection Device
Breaker Type
- Band C-05
- Band C-09
- Band C-11
- Band C-15
- Band C-21
100
2h!
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
Ie = 0.975, 0.9625, 0.95, 0.45 or 0.4 x
In
Ir = 0.5 to 1 x Ie in steps of 0.25
1000
- Time Current Curve
LT- Protection Device
Breaker type
- Band C-03
- Band C-08
- Band C-12
- Band C-16
- Band C-19
D
E
X
100
ST protection - OFF
I protection set to 15 x Ie !
1
0,1
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
7.2 x!
100,00
ST protection - OFF
I protection set to 15 x Ie !
10
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
10
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
- Time Current Curve
LT- Protection Device
Breaker Type
- Band C-02
- Band C-04
- Band C-07
- Band C-14
- Band C-18
- Band C-22
100
10
2h!
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
Ie = 0.975, 0.9625, 0.95, 0.45 or 0.4 x
In
Ir = 0.5 to 1 x Ie in steps of 0.25
2h!
Time current curves
1000
- Time Current Curve
LT- Protection Device
Breaker Type
- Band C-01
- Band C-06
- Band C-09
- Band C-13
- Band C-17
- Band C-20
1
0,1
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
100,00
7.2 x!
B.9
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
ST Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
Electronic Trip Units
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
B
0,6
13
0,4
11
17
15
13
11
-
10
I2t -OFFBand STDB 01
Band STDB 03
Band STDB 05
Band STDB 07
Band STDB 09
Band STDB 11
Band STDB 13
Band STDB 15
Band STDB 17
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
1
0,8
16
16
14
14
0,6
-
I2t -OFFBand STDB 02
Band STDB 04
Band STDB 06
Band STDB 08
Band STDB 10
Band STDB 12
Band STDB 14
Band STDB 16
12
12
0,4
9
7
10
10
8
8
7
5
6
3
1
0,1
6
0,2
5
4
2
0,1
4
3
2
1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
10,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
A
17
15
9
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Intro
1
0,8
0,2
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
10
100,00
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
x Breaker Rating In
C
10,00
100,00
x Breaker Rating In
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
10
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
10
2
D
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
E
X
1
0,8
17
15
0,6
13
0,4
11
17
15
13
11
I t ON "low"
Band STDB 01
Band STDB 03
Band STDB 05
Band STDB 07
Band STDB 09
Band STDB 11
Band STDB 13
Band STDB 15
Band STDB 17
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
9
7
9
0,2
-
7
5
14
14
0,2
10
8
8
6
6
3
1
I2t ON "low"
Band STDB 02
Band STDB 04
Band STDB 06
Band STDB 08
Band STDB 10
Band STDB 12
Band STDB 14
Band STDB 16
12
12
10
5
0,1
16
16
-
4
2
0,1
4
3
2
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
x Breaker Rating In
B.10
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
10,00
100,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
1
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
x Breaker Rating In
10,00
100,00
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
ST Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10
17
15
0,6
13
0,4
11
0,2
-
17
15
13
11
9
9
7
7
5
5
10
I2t ON "med."
Band STDB 01
Band STDB 03
Band STDB 05
Band STDB 07
Band STDB 09
Band STDB 11
Band STDB 13
Band STDB 15
Band STDB 17
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
0,2
-
16
16
14
14
10
8
8
6
6
4
2
0,1
4
3
2
1
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
10,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
100,00
Intro
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
1,00
10,00
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
0,6
13
0,4
11
-
17
15
13
11
7
5
ST set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
I2t ON "max."
Band STDB 01
Band STDB 03
Band STDB 05
Band STDB 07
Band STDB 09
Band STDB 11
Band STDB 13
Band STDB 15
Band STDB 17
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
9
7
9
0,2
1
3
14
14
I2t ON "max."
Band STDB 02
Band STDB 04
Band STDB 06
Band STDB 08
Band STDB 10
Band STDB 12
Band STDB 14
Band STDB 16
C
D
E
10
8
8
X
6
4
2
4
2
0,1
0,1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
x Breaker Rating In
10,00
100,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
B
12
12
6
1
-
16
16
10
5
3
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
10
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
ST set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
17
15
100,00
x Breaker Rating In
10
1
0,8
A
0,001
x Breaker Rating In
0,2
I2t ON "med."
Band STDB 02
Band STDB 04
Band STDB 06
Band STDB 08
Band STDB 10
Band STDB 12
Band STDB 14
Band STDB 16
12
12
10
3
1
0,1
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
Time current curves
1
0,8
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
ST- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
1,5 to 12 x Ir in steps of 0,5
0,01
I protection set to 15 x Ie(1)
0,001
1,00
10,00
100,00
x Breaker Rating In
B.11
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
I & GF Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
1
- Time Current Curve
I - Protection Device
HSIOC device
Electronic Trip Units
LT set at Breaker Rating In
I Setting Range
2 to 15 x Ie in steps of 0.5
HSIOC device set
at 50 or 65kA
0.1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
Intro
A
Tripping Time in Seconds (S)
0.01
0.001
1.00
B
10.00
100.00
x Breaker Rating (In)
C
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
10
-
D
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
E
10
I2t -OFFBand GFDB 01
Band GFDB 03
Band GFDB 05
Band GFDB 07
Band GFDB 09
Band GFDB 11
Band GFDB 13
1
0,8
13
0,6
11
13
12
12
0,6
9
10
10
0,4
9
8
7
7
I2t -OFFBand GFDB 02
Band GFDB 04
Band GFDB 06
Band GFDB 08
Band GFDB 10
Band GFDB 12
Band GFDB 14
14
14
0,8
11
0,4
-
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
1
X
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
8
6
5
6
0,2
5
4
0,2
3
4
3
2
1
0,1
1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
0,01
0,10
x Breaker Rating In
B.12
1,00
10,00
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
0,1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
2
0,01
0,10
x Breaker Rating In
1,00
10,00
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
GF Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
13
0,6
11
0,4
9
10
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
I2t 'low' -ONBand GFDB 01
Band GFDB 03
Band GFDB 05
Band GFDB 07
Band GFDB 09
Band GFDB 11
Band GFDB 13
1
13
14
14
0,8
12
12
11
0,6
10
9
10
0,4
8
7
8
7
6
5
6
0,2
5
4
0,2
3
4
3
0,1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
1
0,01
0,10
1,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
10,00
A
0,01
0,10
x Breaker Rating In
1,00
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
1
10
11
I2t 'med' -ONBand GFDB 01
Band GFDB 03
Band GFDB 05
Band GFDB 07
Band GFDB 09
Band GFDB 11
Band GFDB 13
-
13
10
0,4
8
8
6
4
0,2
3
4
3
2
1
0,1
0,1
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
1
0,01
1,00
10,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
2
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
X
10
5
5
x Breaker Rating In
E
12
6
0,10
C
D
0,6
7
7
I2t ''med' -ONBand GFDB 02
Band GFDB 04
Band GFDB 06
Band GFDB 08
Band GFDB 10
Band GFDB 12
Band GFDB 14
12
11
9
0,2
B
14
14
0,8
9
0,4
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
1
0,6
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
10
13
Intro
2
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
2
1
0,1
0,8
I2t 'low' -ONBand GFDB 02
Band GFDB 04
Band GFDB 06
Band GFDB 08
Band GFDB 10
Band GFDB 12
Band GFDB 14
Time current curves
-
1
0,8
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
0,01
0,10
1,00
10,00
x Breaker Rating In
B.13
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
GF Protection Device
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10
-
Electronic Trip Units
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
i
f
1
1
0,8
13
0,6
11
13
0,6
10
0,2
8
5
5
4
1
0,01
0,10
1,00
In
Ir
LT
ST
GF
Ir
Ist
Ii
Ig
LTDB
STDB
I2t
I4t
x LT
x In
x CT
I
MCR
HSIOC
10,00
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
2
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
Green line = Full Clearing time
Red Line = Non Tripping time
I
B.14
2
1
0,1
Denonimation
X
4
0,2
3
0,01
0,10
x Breaker Rating In
C
E
6
6
x Breaker Rating In
D
8
7
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
B
10
0,4
9
3
A
12
12
11
7
I2t “max.”-ONBand GFDB 02
Band GFDB 04
Band GFDB 06
Band GFDB 08
Band GFDB 10
Band GFDB 12
Band GFDB 14
14
14
0,8
9
0,4
- Time Current Curve
GF- Protection Device
I2t “max.”-ONBand GFDB 01
Band GFDB 03
Band GFDB 05
Band GFDB 07
Band GFDB 09
Band GFDB 11
Band GFDB 13
0,1
Intro
LT set at Breaker Rating In
Setting Range
0,2 to 1 x In in steps of 0,01
10
Description
Current rating of Breaker
Current setting
Long Time or Overload protection
Short Time or Timed Short circuit protection
Instantaneous Short circuit protection
(new IEC refererence Ii )
Groundfault
LT or overload Current setting
ST or Timed Short circuit Current setting
(new IEC refererence ISD )
Instantaneous Short circuit Current setting
Ground, or Earthfault Current setting
LT or overload time delay band
(new IEC refererence tr )
ST or short circuit time delay band
(new IEC refererence tSD )
'Slope' setting on ST or GF device
'Slope' setting on GF device
Multiple of LT or overload Current setting
Multiple of Breaker Current rating
Multiple of installed sensor rating
(In IEC EntelliGuard types =In)
Standard Instantaneous
Making Current Releas
Hi set Instantaneous protection.
1,00
10,00
EntelliGuard™ L
Time Current Curves (cold state)
Example of Full Time Current Curve
Time current curves
Time Current Curve
The EntelliGuard™ Electronic trip unit has many sophisticated
setting features and an extremely broad setting range. On
request we can provide complete Time Current Curves covering
all installed protection devices. The curves can be produced for
any current setting within the range of the installed protection
devices, for one or for a combination of two breakers.
Please contact your local GE Sales Office for more information.
EntelliGuard GT Electronic Trip Unit
10000
2h
Time Current Curve
Breaker In =2500A
LT- Protection Device
Set at Ie = 2400A
Ir at 0.9 =2160A
Band C-10
ST- Protection Device
Set at 6 x Ir of 2160A
(Ist =12960A)
Band STDB 10
1000
LT Band
A
I2t ON & Max.
I- Protection Device
Set at 12 x Ie of 2400A
Ii = 28800A
GF- Protection Device
Set at 0.6 x Ie of 2500A
(Ig = 1500A )
Band GFDB 6
100
10
Intro
GF Band
B
C
2
I t ON & M d
D
1
ST Band
E
Tripping Time In Seconds (s)
X
I Band
0,1
0,01
HSIOC Band
0,001
Green & Light Blue Linel = Full Clearing time
Red Line & Dark Blue Line = Non Tripping time
1000
x Current in Amps
10000
100000
7,2 x
]
B.15
EntelliGuard™ L
Electronic Trip Units
Notes
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
B.16
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EntelliGuard™ L
The Breaker & it’s Accessories
C.2
Electrical Operation of Breaker (Motor Operator)
Electrical Operation of Breaker (Closing Coils)
Shunt & Undervoltage Releases
C.3
Time Delay Module for Undervoltage Release
Auxiliary contact packages
Bell Alarm contact
C.4
Spring charged and Ready to Close indication contacts
Operation counter
IP54 cover
Hoisting and Lifting facilities
Pushbutton padlock device
C.5
Locking previsions on Breaker and Cassette
Air Circuit Breakers
Intro
Door interlock
Carriage indication contacts
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
Spare parts for general use and maintenance purposes
C.6
Mechanical Interlocking of multiple Breakers
C.7
Breaker and Trip Unit schematics
C.1
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker Accessories
Breaker accessories
Intro
A
B
Electrical charging mechanism (motor)
In order to charge the stored energy
mechanism electrically, a motor
mechanism is available.
The design allows factory
or field mounting and is
available for the full range
of EntelliGuard breakers.
It is easily fitted with just
three bolts.
Connections
The closing coils connection points can be found on terminal
B of both the fixed pattern and draw-out breaker types.
Please refer to page C7.
Electrical characteristics
When the circuit breaker is opened, the
mechanism automatically recharges the springs and
prepares the breaker for an almost instantaneous reclosure
should the need arise.
High speed recharging ensures that the springs are fully
charged within four seconds. An optional ‘ready to close’ or
‘spring charging indication’ contact is available that indicates
that the springs have been recharged and that the breaker
can be closed.
The device is available in multiple AC and DC voltages and
can be used in a operating frequency of up to two operations
per minute. It has a life span equivalent to that of the breaker
without maintenance. To switch the EntelliGuard breaker ON
and OFF remotely a closing coil and shunt release is also
necessary.
Connections
The motor mechanism connection points can be found on
terminal B of both the fixed pattern and draw-out breaker
types. Please refer to page C.7.
C
AC
DC
Power consumption
--110-130V
220-240V
380-415V
24V
48V
110-130V
220-240V
--
350 VA
Inrush
Shunt release
A device designed to switch the
Air Circuit Breaker OFF remotely.
When energized, a shunt release
instantaneously activates the circuit
breaker mechanism thus ensuring
a rapid disconnection of the main
contacts (50 msec).
All EntelliGuard shunt release are
suitable for a continuous power
supply and are designed to be used
as a closure prevention device when energized.
The device is available as a factory mounted component or
as a field mountable device. It is an extremely easy-to-fit,
clip-on unit, with simple plug-in connectors.
The individual devices have a wide voltage range, thus
limiting the number of devices needed and have a life span
equivalent to that of the full breaker life span.
Electrical characteristics
D
Control voltage
Motor operator
Power consumption
24DC, 110-130DC 220V DC
110-130AC 220 - 240AC
E
X
Closing Coil
To switch the Air Circuit Breaker ON
remotely a closing coil is available
that when energized releases the
spring charged closing mechanism.
The device is available as a factory
mounted component or as a
field mountable device. It is an
extremely easy-to-fit, clip-on unit,
with simple plug-in connectors.
The coils have a life span
equivalent to that of the full
breaker life span.
C.2
300W
350VA
Undervoltage release
A device designed to open the
breaker contacts and to prevent
the breaker from closing when
in a “No Volt” condition. On a
de-energization the undervoltage
release activates the circuit breaker
mechanism and ensures a rapid
disconnection of the main contacts
(50 milliseconds). When not reenergized in accordance to the
conditions stated in the IEC60947
the device prevents the Air Circuit Breaker from closing.
The EntelliGuard undervoltage releases are designed to
react within a pre-defined voltage band, only reacting when
the voltage supplying drops below the limits of this band.
To prevent nuisance tripping due to short air interruptions
or ‘Brown Outs’ the device has a built in delay of 50
milliseconds.
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker accessories
The device is available as a factory mounted component or
as a field mountable device. It is an extremely easy-to-fit,
clip-on unit, with simple plug-in connectors.
The device have a wide voltage range, thus limiting the
number of devices needed and can be used in an operating
frequency of up to two operations per minute.
Connections
The connection points of both releases (UV and shunt) can be
found on terminal B of both the fixed pattern and draw-out
breaker types. Please refer to page 51.
Auxiliary contact packages
Standard: 3 NO + 3 NC power rated
Optional: 4 NO + 4 NC power rated
The devices are available as factory mounted components or
as a field mountable device. Auxiliary contact packages are
easy-to-fit, and have simple plug-in connectors.
Electrical characteristics
AC
DC
Power consumption
-48V*
110-130V
220-240V
380-415V
24V
48V
110-130V
220-240V
--
350 VA / 350 W
Inrush
60 VA / 50W
Holding
* Applicable only to shunt release
Time delay module
The de-energizing operation
of the undervoltage release
can be delayed. This
optional, externally mounted
d
module has an adjustable
time delay of zero to
three seconds. The device
can be implemented to
prevent undesired breaker
tripping due to momentary
voltage interruptions and is
connected in series with the undervoltage release.
Optionally, the EntelliGuard trip unit can be supplied with
a three phase plus neutral undervoltage protection device
that can provide a power interruption alarm and/or initiate a
breaker ‘trip’.
Electrical characteristics
AC
DC
Power consumption
110-130V
220-240V
380-415V
48 V
110 - 130V
220 - 240V
350 VA
Inrush
60 VA Hold
Breaker accessories
The release can have a life span equivalent to that of the full
breakers life span.
Auxiliary contacts
Auxiliary contacts are designed
to indicate the position of the Air
Circuit Breaker main contacts. Each
EntelliGuard device is supplied with
a standard package of 3 normaly
open (NO) and 3 normally closed
(NC) contacts that operate simultaneously with
the breakers main contacts. Optionally another package is
available that can be used to increase the number of available
contacts by replacing the standard auxiliary contact block.
Auxiliary switch characteristics
Power rated
Nominial control voltage
AC 50 HZ
110/120V
220/240V
380/415V
DC
110/120V
220/250V
Current rating
Non-inductive
Amps
10
10
5
Intro
A
5
0.25
B
Connections
The connection points of the auxiliary contacts can be found
on terminal C of both the fixed pattern and draw-out breaker
types. When the standard 4 NO + 4 NC is required, only the
standard terminal C is used. For other combinations terminal
A needs to be ordered separately.
C
D
Bell alarm contact
When an EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breaker has
tripped due to a fault detected by the
trip unit, a bell alarm changeover
contact is available to indicate this.
The contact can only be used
when the breaker is adjusted to
“Manual Reset”.
E
X
Connections
The connection points of the bell alarm contact can be
found on terminal B of both the fixed pattern and draw-out
breaker types.
C.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker accessories
Electrical characteristics
AC ratings
DC ratings
Voltage
Amps
Voltage
Amps
250V
AC21-6A
125V
250V
DC21-0.4A
DC21-0.2A
Terminal block
Breakers in fixed pattern,
cassettes and breakers in drawout mode are always supplied
with an auxiliary connection
block (terminal B and C).
Breaker Accessories
Minimum operating current 0.1A at 8V DC
Intro
A
When the number of factory installed
talled
accessories exceed, the available number of
connection points needed, a 3rd connection block is added
(terminal A) accordingly.
For connections please refer page 51.
Spring charged and ready to close contacts
A breaker with electrical
charging mechanism is
equipped with a spring
charged contact that
closes if the spring
mechanism is charged.
The second contact is
ready to close indication, contact
can optionally replaces the spring charge contact. It only
changes the indication when the following conditions are
met:
- The circuit breaker is open
- The closing springs are charged
- The circuit breaker is not locked/interlocked in open position
- There is no standing closing order
- There is no standing opening order
Both contacts are available in a 1 NO configuration.
B
Electrical characteristics
AC ratings
C
DC ratings
Voltage
Amps
Voltage
Amps
250V
AC21-6A
125V
250V
DC21-0,4A
DC21-0,2A
D
Minimum operating current 0.16 A at 5V DC
E
Operations counter
A simple and easy to install
mechanical device that displays an
accurate and cumulative record of
the number of closing operations
of the EntelliGuard Air Circuit
Breaker in which it is installed.
X
The mechanical and electrical life span of the breaker can
be extended by limited periodic maintenance. The counter
contains information that can assist in determining when
the breaker requires servicing.
C.4
IP54 cover
All Air Circuit Breakers are supplied with a door
flange/door frame that allows the user to finish
the door cut-out professionally, simultaneously
providing a protection degree of IP31.
If a higher protection degree is required,
an additional cover is available allowing IP54.
Rogowski coils
If the EntelliGuard trip unit is
configured to allow earth/
ground fault protection, an
external neutral sensor can
be required. Rogowski coils
for this application are available
as separate items and are supplied with a mounting kit.
Rogowski are also required for sensing the set values and
then allowing the trip unit to provide protection accordingly.
Hoisting / Lifting accessories
All EntelliGuard protection
devices are equipped with
a set of hoisting eyes. To
use these hoisting eyes with
standard lifting equipment,
specifically designed
adaptors are available.
Fascia pushbutton padlocking facilities
To prevent unauthorized
access to both the ON and
OFF push buttons on the
breakers front fascia, a
padlockable push button
cover can be fixed to the
breaker front fascia. 1
padlock of 5-8 mm can be
used.
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker accessories
Cassette key lock facilities
The Air Circuit Breaker can be equipped with optional
cassette key locks. The key lock system encompasses a
device fitted to the cassette allowing the lock functionality.
The device ensures that a draw out circuit breaker cannot be
moved from the TEST or DISCONNECT position unless the key
has been inserted and secured within the lock. The locks also
prevent the breaker from (all positions) being swithced on.
Door interlock
A device designed to prevent the door of the equipment in
which the breaker is installed to be opened when the Air Circuit
Breaker is in connected position.
It is available in two executions; one for a door opening to the
left and one to the right.
Cassette position indication contacts
A breaker in draw-out mode has a cassette that is used for
mounting and connecting. The breaker, in its moving position
mode, can be inserted into the cassette and by use of the
racking handle it can be moved to one of three positions;
which are described below.
Connected, test, disconnected or withdrawn
To indicate in which position
the EntelliGuard breaker is
located within the cassette,
position indication contacts
are available. The disconnected
position is only being indicated when
minimum isolating distances between
contacts on both the main and auxiliary
circuits have been achieved. Commonly
referred to as carriage switches they are available as a factory
mounted component or as a field mountable device.
Racking handle (A)
Breaker front cover (B)
(B)
(A)
Spare part for maintenace purposes
Air Circuit Breakers as the Entellliguard Power Circuit Breakers
require periodic maintenance. Here, in some cases certain
components critical to the devices functionality could need
replacement.
Please contact our service department for specialist
assistance in establishing which components need
replacement and the physical replacement activities.
The following items are available:
Arc Chutes (A)
Fixed arcing Contacts (B)
Cassette cluster contacts (C)
Pliers to remove Cassette cluster contacts (D)
Breaker accessories
Breaker key lock facilities
The Air Circuit Breaker can be equipped with a key lock system.
The key lock system encompasses a device fitted in the front
fascia allowing the locks to be fitted and to separate locks.
These devices ensure that a circuit breaker cannot be closed
unless the key has been inserted and secured within the lock.
Spare parts for general use
The EntelliGuard™ Power Circuit breaker uses components
that are designed to last the full life span of the device. However, certain components can be damaged or break during
operational use. For these specific cases, the following spare
parts are available:
Intro
A
B
(A)
C
(B)
D
(C)
E
(D)
X
Connections
The device is located in the left side base of the cassette
substructure and can be accessed and connected directly.
Electrical characteristics
AC ratings
DC ratings
Voltage
Amps
Voltage
Amps
250V
AC21-10A
125V
250V
DC21-0,5A
DC21-0,25A
* Please contact our nearest authorised service centre for other available spare parts for EntelliGuard
C.5
EntelliGuard™ L
Mechanical Interlocking of Multiple Breakers
Breaker Accessories
Mechanically Interlocked Breakers
Many Low Voltage Installations have multiple power sources
that are used in many different configurations.
The power sources are required to supply the installation
simultaneously, alternatively or in a certain logical
combinations of both.
The EntelliGuard™ Power Circuit Breaker can be used to
protect these Power supplies and be electrically and
mechanically interlocked to provide the necessary logic.
The mechanical interlocks are available for fixed and drawout circuit breakers, enabling the direct interlocking of the
breakers, mounted side by side or stacked.
The device has two parts; the first a kit customized for use
with the breaker in fixed pattern or the cassette when a
draw-out pattern is required (field mountable). Two or more
specially designed field mountable cables available in lengths
of 1,0; 1,6; 2,0; 2,5; 3,0; 3,5 and 4,0 meters being the second.
Any combination mode (fixed or
draw-out), current rating, number of
poles or envelope size can be
interlocked. The interlocking systems
are available in one configuration for
2 breakers and in three others for
3 breakers.
Intro
A
B
C
Three Breaker Interlock type B
Interlock type B in which one of the three breakers (B1, B2 or
B3) can be switched ON. Each breaker must be equipped with
a factory mounted interlock type B. Six cables are needed.
G
B1
B2
B3
Three Breaker Interlock type C
Interlock type C in which one or two of the three breakers
can be switched ON in accordance with the inserted diagram.
Each breaker must be equipped with a factory mounted interlock type C. Six cables are needed.
B1
0
I
0
0
I
0
I
B2
0
0
0
I
I
I
0
B3
0
0
I
0
0
I
I
D
Two Breaker Interlock
Interlock type A in which one of the two breakers (B1 or B2)
can be switched ON. Each breaker must be equipped with a
factory mounted interlock type A. Two cables are needed.
E
X
Three Breaker Interlock type D
Interlock type D in which one or two of the three breakers
can be switched ON in accordance with the inserted diagram.
Breakers B1 & B3 must be equipped with a factory mounted
interlock type A and B2 with a interlock type D. Four cables
are needed.
G
B1
C.6
B2
B1
0
I
0
I
0
B2
0
0
0
0
I
B3
0
0
I
I
0
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker connection scheme
Standard connection scheme
for terminal Block B
B3
B1
B5
B7
98
57
-
+
N
24V-
B15
B1
57
D1
C2
C4
D2
ST
UVR
CC
RTC
M
95
ML
M2
B4
B13
C3
C1
58
B2
B11
BAT
+24VDC
T
N-RC-
B9
User's
designated
circuits
LP5
M1
24V+
N-RC+
SPR
User's
designated
circuits
LP4
Breaker connection scheme
LP1
Optional connection scheme
for terminal Block B
B6
B8
B10
B12
B14
58
B16
B2
User's
designated
circuits
User's
designated
circuits
Standard connection scheme
for terminal Block C
(when 3 sets of auxiliary contact
are installed contacts 41 and 42
are not present)
STANDARD CONNECTION SCHEME FOR TERMINAL BLOCK C
User's
designated
circuits
C1
C3
11
21
12
22
C2
C5
31
C7
41
32
C4
42
C6
C8
C9
C11
C13
C15
13
23
33
43
14
24
34
44
C10
LP2
C12
C14
Intro
A
B
C16
User's
designated
circuits
LP3
C
Connection scheme
for terminal Block D
(Located on the side plate of the
cassette. Depicted carriage switches
scheme is of the two switch per
position type)
User's
designated
circuits
D1
D4
D7
D10
D13
D
D16
E
X
D3
D6
D9
D12
D15
D18
D2
D5
D8
D11
D14
D17
LP6
LP7
LP8
User's
designated
circuits
Index
24V+/24VN-RC
LP1
LP2
LP3
LP4
Trip unit
Auxiliary power supply
to trip unit
Neutral rogowski coil
Indication
Spring charge status
Breaker open
Breaker closed
Fault
Indication (ct’d)
Abbreviations
LP5
Breaker ready to close
CC
Close coil
LP6
LP7
LP8
Disconnected position
Test position
Connected position
ST
UVR
SPR
RTC
M
BAT
Shunt release
Under voltage release
Spring change status
Ready to close status
Motor operator
Bell alarm trip
C.7
EntelliGuard™ L
Breaker Accessories
Notes
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
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EntelliGuard™ L
Air Circuit Breakers
Application Guide
D.2
Handling, Mounting & Connecting
D.3
Heat Dissipation, Watt loss & Current Ratings at temperatures >50°C
D.4
Selectivity/Discrimination, general rules
D.6
Protection of standard circuits
D.7
Protection of Generator sets, Motor, Capacitor banks and Transformers
D.7
Use of EntelliGuard Breakers in Automatic Power Transfer Systems (ATS)
D.8
Environmental considerations
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
D.1
EntelliGuard™ L
Handling, mounting and connecting
Application Guide
Clearance distances
A modern circuit breaker is designed to interrupt high
short-circuit currents in a very limited time frame. In doing
so the breaker vents gas and a limited amount of conductive
fragments.
Intro
EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breakers have been designed to
limit the venting phenomenon to a minimum, but certain
clearances do need to be taken into account as indicated in
the front and side views.
The maintenance of the fixed pattern devices requires access
to the contacts and the removal of the arc chutes. A certain
distance needs to be left above the breaker to allow for this
as indicated in the front and side views.
Side view fixed pattern
Minimum clearance distances on fixed pattern breaker from housing to:
Metal parts
Insulated parts
160
30
30
160
30
30
A(1)
B1
B2
182mm min
to remove
arc chute
Minimum clearance distances from draw-out cassette housing to:
Metal parts
Insulated parts
0
30
30
0
30
30
A(2)
B1
B2
A
Front view fixed or draw-out pattern
(1) Dimension allows for field arc chute replacements
B
(2) With cassette top covers; distance without these parts 160mm
Handling
EntelliGuard Breakers in the fixed pattern and as draw-out
portion have two retractable lifting eyes. One of these is
located on the breaker right hand side and second on the left
hand side (please see sketch).
The cassettes have four re-enforced tilting points with M10
screw thread.
C
D
Recommended connection cross sections
The adjacent table indicates the recommended bus bar
dimensions to be used in connecting the EntelliGuard Air Circuit
Breaker.
E
X
Recommended copper busbar sizes (per phase)
Horizontal and
flat/front termination
Vertical termination
1
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
2 x 50 x 5
2 x 50 x 5
2 x 60 x 5
2 x 50 x 10
2 x 50 x 10
3 x 50 x 10
N/A
1 x 100 x 5
1 x 100 x 5
2 x 100 x 5
2 x 80 x 5
2 x 100 x 5
3 x 100 x 5
4 x 100 x 5
1
2
2000
2500
3200
4000
3 x 50 x 10
4 x 50 x 10
4 x 100 x 10
(1)
3 x 100 x 5
4 x 100 x 5
4 x 100 x 10
4 x 100 x 10 + 1 x 100 x 5
2
Envelope Rating (A)
(1) Consider vertical configuration. No horizontal configuration available.
D.2
Recommended aluminium busbar sizes (per phase)
Envelope Rating (A)
Horizontal termination
Vertical termination
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
2 x 40 x 8
2 x 40 x 8
2 x 50 x 8
2 x 50 x 10
2 x 63 x 12
4 x 50 x 8
(4)
(4)
2 x 40 x 8
2 x 40 x 8
2 x 50 x 8
2 x 50 x 10
2 x 63 x 12
4 x 50 x 8
3 x 100 x 10
4 x 100 x 10
2000
2500
3200
4000
3 x 100 x 10
4 x 100 x 10
(4)
(4)
3 x 100 x 10
4 x 100 x 10
4 x 150 x 10
5 x 150 x 10
(3) With specifically designed Aluminium connection kit; please contact us.
(4) Consider vertical configuration. No horizontal configuration available.
EntelliGuard™ L
Heat dissipation, Watt loss and current ratings at temperatures >50°C
In in A
Power loss at In
per pole in Watts
EntelliGuard
L type
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
4000
Envelope
LG04S
LG04N - LG04R
LG07S
LG07N - LG07R
LG08S
LG08N - LG08R
LG10S
LG10N - LG10R
LG13S
LG13N - LG13R
LG16S
LG16N - LG16R
LG20S & N - LJ20R
LG25S & N - LJ25R
LG20, C & D - LJ20C
LG25, C & D - LJ25C
LG32, C & D - LJ32C
LG40, C & D - LJ40C
In in A
4,60
2,40
11,80
6,00
19,20
9,60
30,00
15,00
46,90
23,40
66,60
38,40
60,00
93,80
60,00
93,80
81,90
128,00
8,80
4,80
21,80
11,90
35,20
19,20
55,00
30,00
85,90
46,90
128,00
76,80
120,00
187,00
120,00
187,00
184,30
256,00
LG04S
LG04N - LG04R
LG07S
LG07N - LG07R
LG08S
LG08N - LG08R
LG10S
LG10N - LG10R
LG13S
LG13N - LG13R
LG16S
LG16N - LG16R
LG20S & N - LJ20R
LG25S & N - LJ25R
LG20, C & D - LJ20C
LG25, C & D - LJ25C
LG32, C & D - LJ32C
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
4,60
2,40
11,80
6,00
19,20
9,60
30,00
15,00
46,90
23,40
66,60
38,40
60,00
93,80
60,00
93,80
81,90
8,80
4,80
21,80
11,90
35,20
19,20
55,00
30,00
85,90
46,90
128,00
76,80
120,00
187,00
120,00
187,00
184,30
60°C
65°C
70°C
Maximum user Current Ie in A
Vertical connection mode: Fixed pattern
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
4000
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
3750
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3100
3500
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3050
3350
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3000
3200
≤50°C
55°C
60°C
65°C
70°C
Maximum user Current Ie in A
Vertical connection mode: Draw out pattern
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
4000
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2450
2000
2500
3200
3750
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1500
1600
2000
2232
2000
2500
3100
3500
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1400
1600
2000
2100
2000
2500
3050
3350
Intro
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1350
1600
2000
2000
2000
2500
3000
3200
A
B
C
D
E
Temperature in the direct environment of the EntelliGuard
≤50°C
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
55°C
Power loss at In
per pole in Watts
Fixed Drawout
breaker breaker
EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breakers
The devices have been designed to offer the lowest,
feasible heat dissipation value and the highest possible
current ratings when enclosed. The tables here indicate the
heat dissipation values and current ratings at temperatures
within the direct vicinity of the breaker in free air.
The values apply for breakers used with rear connections and
the preferred vertical busbars. The recommended connection
cross sections can be found on page D.2
Temperature in the direct environment of the EntelliGuard
≤50°C
Fixed Drawout
breaker breaker
Use
An enclosure manufacturer can provide the exact data on
the allowable power dissipation within a certain enclosure.
The values depend on the enclosure type, the ventilation it
offers and where the components are located within
this enclosure.
Heat dissipation
EntelliGuard
L type
Envelope
Standards
The standard for low voltage equipment is defined in the
EN 60439-1, the EN 50298 and the IEC 60890. These provide a
theoretical method to calculate the temperature rise within an
enclosure. The main element in these calculations is the power
dissipation of the equipment installed. By totalizing this value
for all the installed devices, connections, cables and busbars,
it is possible to calculate the temperature rise within the
enclosure. For normal applications a temperature rise within
the enclosure of 50° C is assumed.
55°C
60°C
65°C
70°C
Maximum user Current Ie in A
Horizontal connection mode: Fixed pattern
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
2500
2000
2500
3200
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1500
1600
2000
2450
2000
2500
3200
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1450
1600
2000
2232
2000
2500
3100
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1400
1600
2000
2100
2000
2500
3050
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1350
1600
2000
2000
2000
2500
3000
≤50°C
55°C
60°C
65°C
70°C
X
Maximum user Current Ie in A
Horizontal connection mode: Draw out pattern
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1600
1600
2000
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1500
1600
2000
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1450
1600
2000
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1400
1600
1900
400
400
630
630
800
800
1000
1000
1250
1250
1350
1600
1800
2000
2500
3200
2000
2500
2800
2000
2500
2700
2000
2500
2650
2000
2500
2500
D.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Application Guide
Selectivity / Discrimination
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
D.4
Selectivity / Discrimination
In a low voltage distribution network it is necessary that
during a fault, the protection device nearest to the fault
reacts whilst all others remain closed.
EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breakers
A combination of the high precision and multiple bands of
the EntelliGuard Electronic Trip Unit allow full selectivity to be
achieved between closely rated devices over multiple levels.
This capability is called discrimination or selectivity.
The table included here indicates the recommended settings
of the upstream EntelliGuard Breaker as a a ratio to that of
the downstream protection devices.
If this requirement is not met a fault in one arm of the
distribution system could cause a number of upstream
protection devices to react and open. A relatively minor fault
in one arm of a complete distribution will then cause a power
interruption across a major part of the installation.
Downstream
device
Trip Unit
Setting
denomination
Settings
determining
delectivity
A second table on page 45 indicates the discrimination/
selectivity that can be achieved with these settings.
The tables can replace the complex and time consuming
method of comparing multiple time current curves across
many levels.
Ir or Ie
setting ratio
Recommended EntelliGuard settings
LTDB
Ist
STDB
setting band
setting ratio
setting band
I setting
Record Plus
Ir
Im
Ir
FD and FE frame
GTM
Im
SMR
Ir
FE frame
PremEon S
LTD Motor
PremEon S
Ist
Ir
FG frame
SMR1
LTD Motor
PremEon S
Ist
Ir
LTD cl.1.25
LTD cl. 2.5
LTD cl. 5
LTD cl.10
LTD cl.20
FG frame
SMR2
LTD cl.30
Ist
STD=420ms
STD=310ms
STD=210ms
STD=120ms
STD=40ms
Ir
FK frame
SMR1e
Ist
STD
Ir
LTD cl. 5
LTD cl.10
LTD cl.20
FK frame
SMR1s
LTD cl.30
Ist
STD=300ms
STD=200ms
STD=100ms
Ir
LTD class
GT-L, -E, -S
EntelliGuard
Ist
‘-N, -H, -HE
STD band min, until 11
STD band ≤12
Industrial fuses
---Current rating
GL/Gg type
FD and FE frame
LTMD
Ratio and Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio and Band
Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio and Band
Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Ratio
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Ratio and Band
Ratio
Band
Ratio
Band
Band
Band
Band
Ratio
Band
Band
Band
Ratio
Band
Ratio
Band
Ratio and Band
1.6 x
C22
1.6 x
C22
1.6 x
Band 2
1.6 x
Band 2
1.35 x
Band 2
1.35 x
Band 3
1.3 x
C14
Minimum setting
5kA -FD160,
7kA - FE160,
9kA - FE250
or I = ‘OFF’
1.3 x
C14
1.3 x
C3
C5
C8
C12
C16
C18
Minimum setting
14kA -FG400,
18kA - FG630
or use ZSI
or I = ‘OFF’
1.35 x
Band 13
Band 11
Band 9
Band 6
Band 3
1.4 x
C8
1.35 x
Band 7
1.4 x
C8
C12
C19
C22
Band 12
Band 10
Band 7
Minimum
setting
18kA -FK800
20kA - FK1000
20kA - FK1250
28kA - FK1600
or use ZSI
or I = ‘OFF’
1.25 x
2 higher
1.25 x
2 higher
1 higher
2x
F20
Use ZSI
or I = ‘OFF’
ST = 8 x Ir, STDB band 5 and I = 12 x Ie
EntelliGuard™ L
Selectivity / Discrimination table
Downsteam Device
Trip Unit
Upstream EntelliGuard device and Selectivity limit Is (1)
LG04N to
LG20C to
GG25N to
GG04S to GG04N to
GG20S
GG20N
LG25N
LG40C
GG40N
Elfa Plus MCB's
T
T
T
T
All
T
T
T
T
All
T
T
T
T
All
T
T
T
T
All
T
T
T
T
Record Plus
FD& FE frame C, E, V, S tiers
FD& FE frame N tier
FD& FE frame H tier
FD& FE frame L tier
FG frame N tier
FG frame H tier
FG frame L tier
FK frame N tier
FK frame H tier
FK frame L tier
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
EntelliGuard L
LG04S to LG25S
LG04N to LG25N
LG20C to LG40C
LG20D to LG40D
All
All
All
All
50kA
50kA
50kA
50kA
T
65kA
T
65kA
50kA
50kA
50kA
50kA
T
65kA
T
65kA
-
T
T
T
T
Elfa Plus MCB’s
HTI & S90 C curve
Surion Manul Motor starters
GPS1BS <=10A GPS1MH<=12.5A GPS2BS 10A,
GPS2MH 10A
Surion Manul Motor starters
GPS1BS, GPS1MS 12.5kA, GPS1MH > 12.5A,
GPS2MH >10A
Surion Manul Motor starters
GPS1BS, GPS1MS >=16A, GPS2BS >10A
Industrial fuses
GL/Gg type
Selectivity
All
EP30,45, 60,100&250, CP30,45&60, DME60, DPE100,
DP(A)60, DP(A)100 & DPT100
Intro
A
B
C
(1) T = Full discrimination until the Icu of the downstream or upstream device. (the lowest of the two)
Selectivity is also present with upstream EntelliGuard G devices type GG04E to GG40E, GG(GH)25H to GG(GH)40H , GG(GH)25M to GG(GH)40M, GG32G to GG40G,
GG40M to GG64M and GG40L to GG64L.
D
E
X
D.5
EntelliGuard™ L
Protection of standard circuits
Application Guide
Protection of standard circuits
Protection devices as the EntelliGuard Air Circuit breaker are
used in a wide variety of environments to protect conductors,
equipment and devices in low voltage distribution circuits. To
use this product to its full potential, it is necessary to verify
that it functions correctly in the environment in which it is
used, and that it meets the electrotechnical requirements of
the circuit it protects.
Environment
EntelliGuard will function well in almost any industrial
environment and fully complies with the environmental
requirements of the relevant EN60947-2 standard.
Maximum short-circuit current
Each protective device must be capable of interrupting
the maximum short-circuit current at the point where it
is installed (see HD384 standard). The interruption ratings
(Breaking Capacities) of the EntelliGuard circuit breaker can
be found on page 3 of this catalogue.
Intro
Design current of a circuit
The equipment and devices in an electrical circuit determine
its current load or design current (Ib).
A circuit breaker’s overload or Ir setting is normally adjusted
to a value equal to the design current.
A
B
Weakest short-circuit current in a circuit
On a short-circuit event, the total circuit impedance
determines both the MAXIMUM and WEAKEST short-circuit
current that can flow in the circuit.
C
For the weakest short circuit current, it is necessary to
establish if the protection device trips before the electrical
conductors reach their maximum temperature, this for
operating times of 0.1 to 5 seconds.
D
E
Fault currents
In the 2005 edition of the IEC60364-4-41 the general
terminology, ‘Protection against Electrical shock’ has been
adapted whilst two new terms have been introduced:
X
1) Protection under normal conditions now designated:
Basic protection
2) Protection under fault conditions now designated:
Fault protection
Fault protection being provided by protective equipotential
bonding and automatic disconnection of the supply. Under
fault conditions, depending on the network an interruption
time of 5 seconds (TN) or 1 second is required (TT) for circuits
with a rating >32A. Depending on the configuration of the
earthing system, the 1 and 5 second disconnection time is
also required for interruption of a second fault in IT systems.
D.6
EntelliGuard Air Circuit breakers
To protect standard circuits, the breakers are equipped with
a number of protection devices.
Overload protection device
First highly accurate menu driven overload protection device
that has an adjustment range of 0.4 to 1 x the breaker rating.
in thirteen steps.
This device is normally set to a value that is equal or closely
matches the design current (Ib).
Timed short-circuit protection device
Set as a multiple of the overload adjustment. This device
offers a broad adjustment range of 1.5 to 12.
The setting of this device depends on several parameters:
- inrush characteristics of the protected devices
- protection against the weakest short-circuit current
- fault currents to earth
17 narrow and accurate time bands allow the EntelliGuard Air
Circuit Breaker to interrupt a fault within the timing required
by the standards. to offer selectivity across multiple levels
and allow the user to take inrush currents into account.
Ground fault protection
It is possible to combine two devices to detect fault currents
to earth. They can be set as a multiple of the value of the
current sensors mounted in the breaker and have a broad
adjustment range of 0.2 to 1 times the breaker rating.
The first is a residual device that takes the sum of the current
in three phases and neutral. If this is no longer equal to zero it
sends an alarm or trips the breaker.
The second allows the user to measure the return current
running between the earth leg and neutral. On detecting a
fault to earth, the device sends an alarm, or trips the breaker.
14 narrow and accurate time bands allow the EntelliGuard Air
Circuit Breaker to interrupt a fault within the timing required
by the standards and offer selectivity across multiple levels.
Instantaneous short-circuit protection
Set as a multiple of the primary overload adjustment Ie this
device offers a broad adjustment range of 2 to 15.
This device is normally used to limit the time that higher
short-circuit currents can run in the protected circuit. Whilst
the timed short-circuit protection device waits for a set time,
the instantaneous device immediately trips the breaker once
the set value is reached.
The device used in the EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breaker
maintains selectivity by only reacting to the 2nd half wave
of a short-circuit current and uniquely allows the use of the
‘Zone Selective Interlock’ feature.
EntelliGuard™ L
Applications
Protection of generator sets, motors, capacitor banks and
transformers
Use of EntelliGuard Breakers in Automatic Power Transfer
Systems (ATS)
Introduction
The electronic trip unit used in the EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breaker
offers many additional protection devices. Here number of the
possible applications of these devices are described briefly.
After establishing, the capabilities of the generator are set under
overload and short-circuit conditions. The protection devices
need to be adjusted accordingly.
Protection of capacitor banks
Air Circuit Breakers are designed to offer high making and
breaking capacities under adverse conditions: The switching
of capacitor banks has little to no effect on the breaker, its
characteristics as a protective device or on its lifespan.
On a Air Circuit Breaker use of the ‘faster’ overload
protection bands (LTDB set between minimum and the C6 band)
and a low setting of the timed short-circuit protection (2.5 x Ir) is
recommended. The optional 3 phase undervoltage protection
available in the GT-H trip unit can also be considered.
However the current flowing in the circuit can trip a circuit
breaker and a capacitor load does display certain anomalies.
Here the current flowing in the circuit cannot be assumed to
be the calculated capacitor current only. The effective current
value is higher due to harmonic content (normally assumed
as 30%) and an allowance must be made for tolerances in the
capacitance of the units (10%). The protection devices of the
Air Circuit Breaker must be set accordingly.
Protection of motors
On starting, electrical motors draw more current than when
running under normal conditions. These starting currents differ
strongly per type and should not cause tripping of the device
protecting the circuit.
The IEC60947-4 has defined four different ‘Operational’ or ‘Trip’
classes:
Protection of LV / HV transformers
Transformers generally produce a very high inrush current.
The crest values of the first half cycle may reach values of
15 to 25 times the normal rated current.
Manufacturers data and tests have indicated that, a protection
device feeding a transformer must be capable of carrying the
following current values without tripping.
Applications
Protection of generator sets
The overload and short-circuit devices used to protect a
generator need to react quicker and at lower current levels than
those used to protect other devices.
Remark
Furthermore, the prevention of anomalies as the motor losing a
phase or a motor with blocked rotor need to be prevented and
require additional protection devices.
Next to the ‘Standard’ protection devices, the EntelliGuard
Electronic Trip Unit has a thermal memory function, an optional
3 phase undervoltage relay and current unbalance device, thus
providing comprehensive motor protection.
Intro
A
B
C
Required tripping times at
Trip class
10A
10
20
30
Crest inrush values
Transformer
value
1.2 x In
1.5 x In
7.2 x In
t < 2 hours
t < 2 hours
t < 2 hours
t < 2 hours
t < 2 min.
t < 4 min.
t < 8 min.
t < 12 min.
2 ≤ t < 10 sec.
4 ≤ t ≤ 10 sec.
6 ≤ t ≤ 20 sec.
9 ≤ t ≤ 30 sec.
This table is in some cases extended to include a ‘Trip class 40’
(assumed to be a 15-40 second band at 7.2 x In).
On a Air Circuit Breaker, use of the ‘slower’ protection bands
that closely match the indicated classes is recommended (LTDB
set between the C8 to the C22 band).
Switching on a motor also produces a high but very short
inrush peak current which could activate the short-circuit
protection of a breaker and cause unexpected tripping. Here
the timed short-circuit device of a Air Circuit Breaker must be
set to at least 12 x Ir with a time delay of 50 milliseconds (STDB
band 3). If an instantaneous protection device is present and
switched on, a setting of at least 12 x Ie is recommended.
After an overload event, if motor and wiring are still warm, a
immediate re-energization of the electrical circuit could result
in damage of the electrical circuit and the motor.
The overload protection device must incorporate a thermal
memory device that prevents re-energization before a certain
cooling time has elapsed.
< 50 kvA
≥ 50 kvA
1st period
2nd period
After 3 periods
25 x In
15 x In
12 x In
8 x In
5 x In
3,5 x In
D
E
It is recommended that the timed short-circuit device of a Air
Circuit Breaker is set to at least 8 x Ir with a time delay of 30
milliseconds (STDB band 1). If an instantaneous protection
device is present, the use of the extended adjustment range
with setting of 20 x Ie is advisable (=15 x In plus tolerances).
X
Automatic Transfer Systems (ATS)
EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breakers are available with mechanical
interlocks for 2 to 3 breakers and have a unique electrical
network interlocking system allowing the user to completely
lock out one or more breakers.
The logical transfer of power from one source to another
is thus strongly simplified whilst the high speed electrical
closing and opening of the device allows their use in
synchronization applications.
Here, numerous other EntelliGuard protection features can
be used, one of which being the Electronic Trip unit 3 phase
undervoltage release. This is to establish if voltage on a
certain power source is present and if a generator set has
reached its nominal voltage.
D.7
EntelliGuard™ L
Application Guide
Environmental considerations
Intro
Ambient temperature
EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breakers are designed to
operate normally at temperatures of -5 degrees to +70°C.
They can be used at temperatures down to -20°C with a
reduced electrical and mechanical life span.
Electromagnetic compatibility
The EntelliGuard Air Circuit Breaker and its electronic trip unit
meet the most stringent requirements of the EN 60947-2 and
IEC 1004 standard. The following tests have been successfully
completed.
To prevent materials from reaching temperatures that have
an adverse effect on their electrical and/or mechanical
properties, de-rating factors must be applied when the device
is used in ambient temperatures higher than 50°C.
Harmonics, current dips, interruptions and power
frequency variations
All EN 60947 annex F, sub-clause F4.1 through 3 requirements
covering non sinusoidal currents resulting from harmonics
are met. Testing covering the following elements:
- wave forms consisting of a fundamental + 3rd harmonic
component at 50 and 60Hz
- wave forms consisting of a fundamental + 5th harmonic
component at 50 and 60Hz
- composite wave forms with a fundamental component +
a 3rd, 5th and 7th harmonic at 50 and 60Hz
- current dips and current interruptions
- frequency variations from 45 to 65Hz in 1 Hz steps
Storage temperature
Air Circuit Breakers can be stored at non operational
temperatures of -40° degrees up to +70°C.
Influence of altitude
Up to an altitude of 2000m above sea level no de-rating of
breaker rated current or rated voltage is applicable. For
altitudes above 2000m the following de-rating factors apply:
Altitude correction factors
Alttitude
≤ 2000M
2500M
4000M
1
1
0.95
0.99
0.80
0.96
Voltage (Ue)
Current (In)
A
Other atmospheric conditions
The EntelliGuard breaker line has been designed to operate at
the temperatures and relative humidities defined in the
EN 60947 clause 6.1.3.1.
B
C
They also meet the requirements of the following standards:
D
IEC 68-2-1
IEC 68-2-2
IEC 68-2-3
IEC 68-2-11
IEC 68-2-14
IEC 68-2-30
IEC 721
E
Cold
Dry heat
Damp heat
Salt
Change of temperature
Damp heat cyclic
Climatic
Electrostatic discharge
EN 60947 annex F, sub-clause F and the IEC 1004-2
- passed level 4, air discharge 15kV
Radiated, radio frequency, electromagnetic field immunity
test
EN 60947-2 annex F, sub-clause F7 and the IEC 1000-4-3
(basic standard)
- passed higher than level 4 field strength 30V/m
Electrical fast transient / Burst
EN 60947-2 annex F, sub-clause F5 and the IEC 1000-4-4
(basic standard)
- passed level 4 burst peak voltage 4kV
Surge immunity test
EN 60947-2 annex F, sub-clause F5 and the IEC 1000-4-5
(basic standard)
- passed level 4 voltage 1.2μs/50μs 6kV; current 8μs/20μs 3kA
X
Vibration
Air Circuit Breakers meet the vibration requirements of the
following standards:
IEC 68-2-6
Vibration
Other
All EntelliGuard devices meet the existing European ROHS
directive.
D.8
Dry heat test
EN 60947-2 annex F, sub-clause F8
- passed all test requirements
Thermal shock test
EN 60947-2 annex F, sub-clause F9
- no nuisance tripping within the 28-day temperature cycles
EntelliGuard™ L
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EntelliGuard™ L
Dimensional Drawings
E.2
Envelope 1 Fixed type
E.3
Envelope 1 Draw out type, Univeral connection pads
E.4
Envelope 1 Draw out type, Horizontal connections
E.5
Envelope 2 Fixed type
E.6
Envelope 2 Draw out type, Univeral connection pads
E.7
Envelope 2 Draw out type, Horizontal connections
E.8
Envelope 2 Draw out type 4000A, Vertical connection pads
E.9
Alternate connection modes
E.10
Ip54 Flange, Time Delay Module UVR, 24V power supply
E.11
Rogowski sensors, Door interlock system
E.12
Interlocking with cable systems; 2 way
E.13
Interlocking with cable systems; 3 way
Air Circuit Breakers
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
E.1
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 1 - Fixed Pattern
Front view 4pole
Dimensional drawings
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Intro
Side view
Front view 3pole
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Top view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
308
150
of breaker
of fascia
A
Ø4
Left mounting
hole location
of breaker
viewed from front
A
B
C
141,5
283
12,5
Top view 3pole
30 74
C
183,5
219
B
367
392
Door hinge
D
E
Breaker type
Envelope 1 3 pole
Envelope 1 4 pole
A
20,0
20,0
B minimum
55,0
55,0
C
0,0
-49,5
X
Standard Connection pads
S type <=1600A
N & R types 400-2500A
S type 2000 & 2500A
Remarks
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
E.2
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 1 - Draw-out Pattern: Universal connection pads
Front view 4pole
Front view 3pole
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Side view
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Envelope 1
Bottom view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
308
150
of cassette
of fascia
Ø4
Intro
Left mounting
hole location of
cassette viewed
from front
Bottom view 3pole
Breaker type
Envelope 1 3 pole
Envelope 1 4 pole
A
B
A
-7,0
-7,0
127,5
150
405
430
A
C
141,5
B
12,5
Centre Line
of operating
panel
9,5
52,5
300
Door hinge
C
283
B minimum
60,0
60,0
D
C
0,0
-49,5
E
Remarks
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Universal Connection pads
Mounted Horizontally or Vertically
S type <=1600A
N types 400-2500A
S type 2000 & 2500A
Universal Connection
pads Details
Valid for All types
X
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
S type <=1600A N & R types 400-2500A
S type 2000 & 2500A
E.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 1 - Draw-out Pattern: Horizontal connection pads, applicable up to 2000A
Front view 4pole
Front view 3pole
Dimensional drawings
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Side view
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Bottom view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
Intro
308
150
of cassette
of fascia
Ø4
Door hinge
Top view 3pole
C
D
Left mounting
hole location of
cassette viewed
from front
Breaker type
Envelope 1 3 pole
Envelope 1 4 pole
A
B
A
-7,0
-7,0
150
405
430
127,5
B
C
141,5
12,5
Centre Line
of operating
panel
9,5
52,5
300
A
283
B minimum
60,0
60,0
C
0,0
-49,5
E
Remarks
X
Centre Line
of operating
panel
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
Universal Connection pads
Mounted Horizontally or Vertically
S type <=1250A
E.4
S type 1600A
N & R types 400-2000A
S type 2000 A
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 2 - Fixed Pattern
Front view 3pole
Front view 4pole
Centre Line
of operating panel
Side view
Centre Line
of operating panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Envelope 2
Top view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
308
150
of breaker
Intro
of fascia
Ø4
A
30 74
A
B
C
141,5
283
B
12,5
Top view 3pole
Left mounting
hole location
of breaker
viewed from front
183,5
219
367
392
Door hinge
C
D
Breaker type
Envelope 2 3 pole
Envelope 2 4 pole
A
80,0
80,0
B minimum
115,0
115,0
C
15,5
-49,5
E
X
Standard Connection pads
Remarks
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
E.5
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 2 - Draw-out Pattern: Univeral connection pads
Front view 4pole
Front view 3pole
Dimensional drawings
Centre Line
of operating panel
Side view
Centre Line
of operating panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Bottom view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
308
150
of cassette
of fascia
Ø4
Intro
Left mounting
hole location of
cassette viewed
from front
A
127,5
C
141,5
12,5
Bottom view 3pole
B
9,5
52,5
Centre Line
of operating
panel
150
405
430
300
A
Door hinge
B
283
A
53,0
53,0
B minimum
125,0
125,0
C
Breaker type
Envelope 2 3 pole
Envelope 2 4 pole
D
C
15,5
-49,5
E
Centre Line
of operating
panel
X
Universal Connection pads
Vertical or Horizontal max. 3200A
Vertical Connection pads
4000A rating
Remarks
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
E.6
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 2 - Draw-out Pattern: Horizontal connection pads, applicable upto 3200A
Front view 4pole
Front view 3pole
Centre Line
of operating panel
Side view
Centre Line
of operating panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Envelope 2
Bottom view 4pole
Door Cut-out
12,5 66,5
308
150
of cassette
of fascia
Ø4
Intro
Bottom view 3pole
Left mounting
hole location of
cassette viewed
from front
A
B
150
405
430
127,5
A
C
141,5
B
12,5
Centre Line
of operating
panel
9,5
52,5
300
Door hinge
283
C
Breaker type
Envelope 2 3 pole
Envelope 2 4 pole
A
53,0
53,0
B minimum
125,0
125,0
C
15,5
-49,5
D
E
X
Centre Line
of operating
panel
Connection pads details
Remarks
1. 6 mounting holes of
Ø 9,5mm
2. Please refer to section C
for clearance distances
E.7
EntelliGuard™ L
Envelope 1 & 2 - Alternate Connection Modes
Fixed Vertical Rear Connection
Envelope 2
4000A
Details max. 3200A
Ø 13
100
25 25 25
15
Details max. 4000A
Ø 13
12.5
95
10
10
10
25 25 25
100
157
70.5
91
20
12.5
100
157
130
70.5
Dimensional drawings
MAX. 3200A
100
Fixed Rear Vertical Connection
Envelope 1 < = 1600A
13
130
Intro
Fixed Rear Vertical Connection
Envelope 1 2000 & 2500A
Fixed Front Connection
Envelope 1 <= 1600A
Drawout Front Connection
Envelope 1 <=1600A
Drawout Front Connection
Envelope 1 2000 & 2500A
A
B
C
D
E
X
E.8
Fixed Front Connection
Envelope 1 2000 & 2500A
EntelliGuard™ L
IP54 Flange, Time Delay Module UVR, 24V Power Supply
IP54 Flange
IP54 Flange drilling
Ø 5.3
4-Places
405
283
386
Centre Line
of operating
panel
35.5
Accessories
22.5
30
295.5
474
30
140
Intro
Time delay Module (UVR)
A
Mtg to suit
35mm DIN Rail
2 holes
Ø 4.5
C
5.15
42
90
35
79.5
B
12
5.75
67
D
69.5
81
E
External 24V DC power supply
X
115
54321
6 7
29
76
E.9
EntelliGuard™ L
Rogowski’s & Door Interlock systems
Rogowski Coil external
Fix coil to clamp
with cable ties (position
coil centrally on clamp)
58
Dimensional drawings
Arrow to face
ACB connection
110
Intro
A
Door Interlock system
B
C
Dia 5.3
Cut out;
left hinging door
21.0
29.0
D
F1, 3P - 30.0
F1, 4P - 130.0
F2, 3P - 57.5
Fr, 4P - 187.5
E
Dia 5.3
Cut out;
right hinging door
X
29.0
21.0
F1, 3P & 4P - 30.0
F2, 3P & 4P - 101.5
E.10
EntelliGuard™ L
Interlocking with Cable systems; 2 way
Fixed pattern 2-way cable interlock / Fixed pattern - Front/rear access
2000 max.
55
140 min.
900 max. vertical base to base
35
50
50
Min. bend radius 120
30
30
Door interlock system
Envelope 1-3P=320
Envelope 1-4P=420
Envelope 2-3P=410
Envelope 2-4P=540
Envelope 3-3P=715
Envelope 3-4P=945
Intro
Min. bend radius 120
A
B
Draw-out 2-way cable interlock / Withdrawable pattern - Front/rear access
C
2000 max.
40
Min. bend radius 120
900 max. vertical base to base
60
Min.
clearance
below
cassette
34
34
Min.
clearance
below
cassette
D
E
X
140 min.
Envelope 1-3P=343
Envelope 1-4P=443
Envelope 2-3P=443
Envelope 2-4P=573
Envelope 3-3P=743
Envelope 3-4P=973
30
30
Min. bend radius 120
E.11
EntelliGuard™ L
Interlocking with Cable systems; 3 way
1250 max.
Envelope 1-3P=320
Envelope 1-4P=420
Envelope 2-3P=410
Envelope 2-4P=540
Envelope 3-3P=715
Envelope 3-4P=945
55
900 max. vertical base to base
55
55
140 min.
Dimensional drawings
Fixed pattern 3-way cable interlock / Fixed pattern - Front/rear access
Intro
Min. bend radius 120
A
B
C
Draw-out 3-way cable interlock / Withdrawable pattern - Front/rear access
D
65
E
1250 max.
Envelope 1-3P=343
Envelope 1-4P=443
Envelope 2-3P=443
Envelope 2-4P=573
Envelope 3-3P=743
Envelope 3-4P=973
65
Min. bend radius 120
E.12
140 min. clearence
below cassette
X
30
EntelliGuard™ L
Air Circuit Breakers
X.2
Numerical index by reference number
X.4
Numerical index by catalogue number
Intro
Order Codes
A
Electronic Trip Units
B
Breaker Accessories
C
Application Guide
D
Dimensions
E
Numerical index
X
X.1
Numerical index
EntelliGuard™ L
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
X.2
By reference number
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Page
Ref. No.
407700
407701
407706
407707
407712
407713
407714
407715
407720
407721
407770
407771
407772
407773
407776
407777
407778
407779
407782
407783
407795
407796
407797
407798
407801
407802
407803
407804
407807
407808
407818
407819
407820
407821
407824
407860
407861
407866
407867
407868
407869
407897
407985
407986
407990
407991
407992
407993
407994
407995
407996
407999
408026
408033
408035
408038
408040
408045
408046
408047
408066
408067
408068
408069
408070
408071
408072
408074
408789
444000
444001
444002
444003
444004
444005
444006
444007
444008
444009
444010
444011
444012
444013
444014
444015
444016
444017
444018
444019
444020
444021
444022
444023
444033
444034
GM01024D
GM01024DR
GM01110D
GM01110DR
GM01120A
GM01120AR
GM01240A
GM01240AR
GM01220D
GM01220DR
GSTR024D
GSTR024DR
GSTR048
GSTR048R
GSTR120
GSTR120R
GSTR240
GSTR240R
GSTR400A
GSTR400AR
GUVT024D
GSTR024DR
GUVT048
GSTR048R
GUVT120
GSTR120R
GUVT240
GSTR240R
GUVT400A
GSTR400AR
GTDM120A
GTDM120D
GTDM240A
GTDM240D
GTDM400A
GCCN024DR
GCCN024D
GCCN120R
GCCN120
GCCN240R
GCCN240
GRTC1
GRON
GPRO
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GCB6
GCB7
GTUTK20
GDPRW
GMCNR
GMCN
G54DR
GPBD
GLB1
GTUS
GUNI
G32M4FFI
G40M4FFI
G32M6FFI
G40M6FFI
G32M4RVI
G32M6RVI
G40M4RVI
G40M6RVI
GAPU
LG04S1
LG07S1
LG08S1
LG10S1
LG13S1
LG16S1
LG20S1
LG25S1
LG20C1
LG25C1
LG32C1
LG40C1
LG04N1
LG07N1
LG08N1
LG10N1
LG13N1
LG16N1
LG20N1
LG25N1
LG20D1
LG25D1
LG32D1
LG40D1
LG04S3
LG07S3
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.9
A.11
A.11
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.14
A.11
A.9
A.14
A.13
A.14
A.13
A.14
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.13
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
444035
444036
444037
444038
444039
444040
444041
444042
444043
444044
444045
444046
444047
444048
444049
444050
444051
444052
444053
444054
444055
444056
444066
444067
444068
444069
444070
444071
444072
444073
444074
444075
444076
444077
444078
444079
444080
444081
444082
444083
444084
444085
444086
444087
444088
444089
444100
444101
444102
444103
444104
444105
444106
444107
444108
444109
444110
444111
444112
444113
444114
444115
444116
444117
444118
444119
444120
444121
444122
444123
444135
444136
444137
444138
444139
444140
444141
444142
444143
444144
444145
444146
444147
444148
444149
444150
444151
444152
444153
444154
444155
444156
444157
444158
444161
Cat. No.
LG08S3
LG10S3
LG13S3
LG16S3
LG20S3
LG25S3
LG20C3
LG25C3
LG32C3
LG40C3
LG04N3
LG07N3
LG08N3
LG10N3
LG13N3
LG16N3
LG20N3
LG25N3
LG20D3
LG25D3
LG32D3
LG40D3
LG04S4
LG07S4
LG08S4
LG10S4
LG13S4
LG16S4
LG20S4
LG25S4
LG20C4
LG25C4
LG32C4
LG40C4
LG04N4
LG07N4
LG08N4
LG10N4
LG13N4
LG16N4
LG20N4
LG25N4
LG20D4
LG25D4
LG32D4
LG40D4
LG04S6
LG07S6
LG08S6
LG10S6
LG13S6
LG16S6
LG20S6
LG25S6
LG20C6
LG25C6
LG32C6
LG40C6
LG04N6
LG07N6
LG08N6
LG10N6
LG13N6
LG16N6
LG20N6
LG25N6
LG20D6
LG25D6
LG32D6
LG40D6
LJ04R1
LJ07R1
LJ08R1
LJ10R1
LJ13R1
LJ16R1
LJ20R1
LJ25R1
LJ20C1
LJ25C1
LJ32C1
LJ40C1
LJ04R3
LJ07R3
LJ08R3
LJ10R3
LJ13R3
LJ16R3
LJ20R3
LJ25R3
LJ20C3
LJ25C3
LJ32C3
LJ40C3
LJ04R4
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A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
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A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
444162
444163
444164
444165
444166
444167
444168
444169
444170
444171
444172
444173
444174
444175
444176
444177
444178
444179
444180
444181
444182
444183
444184
444190
444191
444192
444193
444194
444195
444196
444197
444198
444199
444200
444205
444206
444207
444208
444209
444210
444211
444212
444214
444215
444216
444221
444222
444223
444224
444225
444226
444227
444228
444230
444231
444232
444233
444240
444241
444242
444243
444246
444260
444261
444262
444263
444270
444271
444272
444273
444274
444275
444276
444277
444278
444279
444280
444281
444282
444283
444284
444285
444286
444287
444288
444289
444290
444291
444292
444293
444300
444301
444302
444303
444304
LJ07R4
LJ08R4
LJ10R4
LJ13R4
LJ16R4
LJ20R4
LJ25R4
LJ20C4
LJ25C4
LJ32C4
LJ40C4
LJ04R6
LJ07R6
LJ08R6
LJ10R6
LJ13R6
LJ16R6
LJ20R6
LJ25R6
LJ20C6
LJ25C6
LJ32C6
LJ40C6
LM01024D
LM01110D
LM01220D
LM01120A
LM01240A
LM01024DR
LM01110DR
LM01220DR
LM01120AR
LM01240AR
LDPRF
LAS3
LAS4
LBAT1
LAS3R
LAS4R
LBAT1R
LBPRO
LBRON
LBCA9
LCPRO
LCRON
LI2FAD
LI2WAD
LI3FB
LI3WB
LI3FC
LI3WC
LI3FDT
LI3WDT
LCPS1
LCPS1R
LCPS2
LCPS2R
L1LHD
L1RHD
L2LHD
L2RHD
LREPM
LTG00K1XXSF
LTG00K2XXSF
LTG00K9XXSF
LTG00K3XXS
LG13S2FM
LG13S2UM
LG13S2HM
LG13S5FM
LG13S5UM
LG13S5HM
LG16S2FM
LG16S2UM
LG16S2HM
LG16S5FM
LG16S5UM
LG16S5HM
LG25N2FM
LG25N2UM
LG20N2HM
LG25N5FM
LG25N5UM
LG20N5HM
LG32D2UM
LG32D2HM
LG32D5UM
LG32D5HM
LG40D2VM
LG40D5VM
LG13S2FR
LG13N2UR
LG13S2HR
LG13S5FR
LG13N5UR
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.14
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.11
A.11
A.11
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
444305
444306
444307
444308
444309
444310
444311
444312
444313
444314
444315
444316
444317
444318
444319
444320
444321
444322
444323
444404
444405
444406
444407
444408
444409
444410
444411
444412
444413
444414
444415
444420
444421
444422
444423
444424
444425
444426
444427
444428
444429
444430
444432
444440
444441
444442
444443
444444
444445
444446
444450
444451
444452
444453
444465
444466
444470
444471
444475
444476
444480
444481
444485
444486
444490
444491
444495
444496
LG13S5HR
LG16S2FR
LG16N2UR
LG16S2HR
LG16S5FR
LG16N5UR
LG16S5HR
LG25N2FR
LG25N2UR
LG20N2HR
LG25N5FR
LG25N5UR
LG20N5HR
LG32D2UR
LG32D2HR
LG32D5UR
LG32D5HR
LG40D2VR
LG40D5VR
L25DARC
L13NCLS
L16NCLS
L25NCHT
L25NCLS
L40DCLS
L40DARC
L40DCHT
LRHN
LFAL1
LFAL2
LSDT
L104NRC
L106NRC
L108NRC
L110NRC
L113NRC
L116NRC
L120NRC
L220NRC
L125NRC
L225NRC
L232NRC
L240NRC
L16S4FFI
L16S4RVI
L16S6FFI
L16S6RVI
L25N4FFI
L25N4RVI
L25N6FFI
L1CTC1
L1CTC3
L2CTC1
L2CTC3
SMS31F16L16S
SMS41F16L16S
SMN31F16L16N
SMN41F16L16N
SMN31F25L25N
SMN41F25L25N
SMS31W12L13S
SMS41W12L13S
SMS31F16L16S
SMS41F16L16S
SMN31W16L16N
SMN41W16L16N
SMN31W25L25N
SMN41W24L25N
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.12
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
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By reference number
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Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
X.3
EntelliGuard™ L
Numerical index
Cat. No.
Intro
A
B
C
D
E
X
X.4
G32M4FFI
G32M4RVI
G32M6FFI
G32M6RVI
G40M4FFI
G40M4RVI
G40M6FFI
G40M6RVI
G54DR
GAPU
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GCB6
GCB7
GCCN024D
GCCN024DR
GCCN120
GCCN120R
GCCN240
GCCN240R
GDPRW
GLB1
GM01024D
GM01024DR
GM01110D
GM01110DR
GM01120A
GM01120AR
GM01220D
GM01220DR
GM01240A
GM01240AR
GMCN
GMCNR
GPBD
GPRO
GRON
GRTC1
GSTR024D
GSTR024DR
GSTR048
GSTR048R
GSTR120
GSTR120R
GSTR240
GSTR240R
GSTR400A
GSTR400AR
GTDM120A
GTDM120D
GTDM240A
GTDM240D
GTDM400A
GTUS
GTUTK20
GUNI
GUVT024D
GUVT048
GUVT120
GUVT240
GUVT400A
L104NRC
L106NRC
L108NRC
L110NRC
L113NRC
L116NRC
L120NRC
L125NRC
L13NCLS
L16NCLS
L16S4FFI
L16S4RVI
L16S6FFI
L16S6RVI
L1CTC1
L1CTC3
L1LHD
L1RHD
L220NRC
L225NRC
L232NRC
L240NRC
L25DARC
L25N4FFI
L25N4RVI
L25N6FFI
L25N6RVI
L25NCHT
L25NCLS
L2CTC1
L2CTC3
L2LHD
Ref. No.
408066
408070
408068
408071
408067
408072
408069
408074
408038
408789
407990
407991
407992
407993
407994
407995
407996
407861
407860
407867
407866
407869
407868
408026
408045
407700
407701
407706
407707
407712
407713
407720
407721
407714
407715
408035
408033
408040
407986
407985
407897
407770
407796
407772
407798
407776
407802
407778
407804
407782
407808
407818
407819
407820
407821
407824
408046
407999
408047
407795
407797
407801
407803
407807
444420
444421
444422
444423
444424
444425
444426
444428
444405
444406
444440
444441
444442
444443
444450
444451
444240
444241
444427
444429
444430
444432
444404
444444
444445
444446
444446
444407
444408
444452
444453
444242
Page
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.14
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.14
A.14
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.13
A.11
A.11
A.9
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.13
A.14
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.14
A.14
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.12
A.12
A.13
A.13
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.14
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.14
A.14
A.12
A.12
A.13
By catalogue number
Cat. No.
L2RHD
L40DARC
L40DCHT
L40DCLS
LAS3
LAS3R
LAS4
LAS4R
LBAT1
LBAT1R
LBCA9
LBPRO
LBRON
LCPRO
LCPS1
LCPS1R
LCPS2
LCPS2R
LCRON
LDPRF
LFAL1
LFAL2
LG04N1
LG04N3
LG04N4
LG04N6
LG04S1
LG04S3
LG04S4
LG04S6
LG07N1
LG07N3
LG07N4
LG07N6
LG07S1
LG07S3
LG07S4
LG07S6
LG08N1
LG08N3
LG08N4
LG08N6
LG08S1
LG08S3
LG08S4
LG08S6
LG10N1
LG10N3
LG10N4
LG10N6
LG10S1
LG10S3
LG10S4
LG10S6
LG13N1
LG13N2UR
LG13N3
LG13N4
LG13N5UR
LG13N6
LG13S1
LG13S2FM
LG13S2FR
LG13S2HM
LG13S2HR
LG13S2UM
LG13S3
LG13S4
LG13S5FM
LG13S5FR
LG13S5HM
LG13S5HR
LG13S5UM
LG13S6
LG16N1
LG16N2UR
LG16N3
LG16N4
LG16N5UR
LG16N6
LG16S1
LG16S2FM
LG16S2FR
LG16S2HM
LG16S2HR
LG16S2UM
LG16S3
LG16S4
LG16S5FM
LG16S5FR
LG16S5HM
LG16S5HR
LG16S5UM
LG16S6
LG20C1
LG20C3
Ref. No.
444243
444410
444411
444409
444205
444208
444206
444209
444207
444210
444214
444211
444212
444215
444230
444231
444232
444233
444216
444200
444413
444414
444012
444045
444078
444112
444000
444033
444066
444100
444013
444046
444079
444113
444001
444034
444067
444101
444014
444047
444080
444114
444002
444035
444068
444102
444015
444048
444081
444115
444003
444036
444069
444103
444016
444301
444049
444082
444304
444116
444004
444270
444300
444272
444302
444271
444037
444070
444273
444303
444275
444305
444274
444104
444017
444307
444050
444083
444310
444117
444005
444276
444306
444278
444308
444277
444038
444071
444279
444309
444281
444311
444280
444105
444008
444041
Page
A.13
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.14
A.14
A.14
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.4
A.4
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.4
A.4
A.4
Cat. No.
LG20C4
LG20C6
LG20D1
LG20D3
LG20D4
LG20D6
LG20N1
LG20N2HM
LG20N2HR
LG20N3
LG20N4
LG20N5HM
LG20N5HR
LG20N6
LG20S1
LG20S3
LG20S4
LG20S6
LG25C1
LG25C3
LG25C4
LG25C6
LG25D1
LG25D3
LG25D4
LG25D6
LG25N1
LG25N2FM
LG25N2FR
LG25N2UM
LG25N3
LG25N4
LG25N5FM
LG25N5FR
LG25N5UM
LG25N2UR
LG25N5UR
LG25N6
LG25S1
LG25S3
LG25S4
LG25S6
LG32C1
LG32C3
LG32C4
LG32C6
LG32D1
LG32D2HM
LG32D2HR
LG32D2UM
LG32D2UR
LG32D3
LG32D4
LG32D5HM
LG32D5HR
LG32D5UM
LG32D5UR
LG32D6
LG40C1
LG40C3
LG40C4
LG40C6
LG40D1
LG40D2VM
LG40D2VR
LG40D3
LG40D4
LG40D5VM
LG40D5VR
LG40D6
LI2FAD
LI2WAD
LI3FB
LI3FC
LI3FDT
LI3WB
LI3WC
LI3WDT
LJ04R1
LJ04R3
LJ04R4
LJ04R6
LJ07R1
LJ07R3
LJ07R4
LJ07R6
LJ08R1
LJ08R3
LJ08R4
LJ08R6
LJ10R1
LJ10R3
LJ10R4
LJ10R6
LJ13R1
LJ13R3
Ref. No.
444074
444108
444020
444053
444086
444120
444018
444284
444314
444051
444084
444287
444317
444118
444006
444039
444072
444106
444009
444042
444075
444109
444021
444054
444087
444121
444019
444282
444312
444283
444052
444085
444285
444315
444286
444313
444316
444119
444007
444040
444073
444107
444010
444043
444076
444110
444022
444289
444319
444288
444318
444055
444088
444291
444321
444290
444320
444122
444011
444044
444077
444111
444023
444292
444322
444056
444089
444293
444323
444123
444221
444222
444223
444225
444227
444224
444226
444228
444135
444147
444161
444173
444136
444148
444162
444174
444137
444149
444163
444175
444138
444150
444164
444176
444139
444151
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A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.4
A.5
A.12
A.4
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.10
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
LJ13R4
LJ13R6
LJ16R1
LJ16R3
LJ16R4
LJ16R6
LJ20C1
LJ20C3
LJ20C4
LJ20C6
LJ20R1
LJ20R3
LJ20R4
LJ20R6
LJ25C1
LJ25C3
LJ25C4
LJ25C6
LJ25R1
LJ25R3
LJ25R4
LJ25R6
LJ32C1
LJ32C3
LJ32C4
LJ32C6
LJ40C1
LJ40C3
LJ40C4
LJ40C6
LM01024D
LM01024DR
LM01110D
LM01110DR
LM01120A
LM01120AR
LM01220D
LM01220DR
LM01240A
LM01240AR
LREPM
LRHN
LSDT
LTG00K1XXSF
LTG00K2XXSF
LTG00K3XXS
LTG00K9XXSF
SMN31F16L16N
SMN31F25L25N
SMN31W16L16N
SMN31W25L25N
SMN41F16L16N
SMN41F25L25N
SMN41W16L16N
SMN41W24L25N
SMS31F16L16S
SMS31W12L13S
SMS41F16L16S
SMS41W12L13S
Ref. No.
444165
444177
444140
444152
444166
444178
444143
444155
444169
444181
444141
444153
444167
444179
444144
444156
444170
444182
444142
444154
444168
444180
444145
444157
444171
444183
444146
444158
444172
444184
444190
444195
444191
444196
444193
444198
444192
444197
444194
444199
444246
444412
444415
444260
444261
444263
444262
444470
444475
444490
444495
444471
444476
444491
444496
444465
444480
444466
444481
Page
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.6
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.9
A.11
A.13
A.14
A.14
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.8
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
A.15
EntelliGuard™ L
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