LVSG Group Catalogue

LVSG Group Catalogue
PRODUCT CATALOGUE 2006
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• Mini Contactor Relay
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• Motor Contactor
• Thermal Overload Relay
• Motor Protection Circuit Breaker
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2006
Cat.No. J10E-EN-01A LVSG
Advanced Industrial Automation
Cat. No. J10E-EN-01
Table of Contents
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Selection Guide
2
J7KNA-AR
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
7
J7KNA
Mini Motor Contactor
13
J7KN
Motor Contactor
25
J7TKN
Thermal Overload Relay
55
J7MN
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
65
Appendix
81
1
Selection Guide
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Classification
Model
Mini Contactor Relays
Mini Motor Contactors
J7KNA - AR
J7KNA-09, J7KNA-12...
J7KNA-09-4
4-pole
3-pole
4-pole
Remarks
AC and DC operated
4-, 6- and 8-contacts in different
configurations
Mirror contacts
Screw fixing and snap fitting (DIN rail)
AC and DC operated
3 main poles
1 auxiliary contact
integrated (1NO or 1NC)
AC operated
4 main poles
Accessories
Auxiliary contact modules
Auxiliary contact modules
Suppressors
Link module MPCB - contactor
Auxiliary contact modules
Suppressors
Link module MPCB - contactor
Maximum power (AC3-380/415V)
No
4 kW; 5,5 kW
4 kW
Rated current (AC3-380/415V)
10 A (I th2)
9/12 A
9A
AC operated
Yes
Yes
Yes
DC operated
Yes
Yes
No
4 - pole version
Yes
No
Yes
Auxiliary contacts included
No
1NO or 1NC
No
Auxiliary contacts front
mounting
1NO/1NC
0NO/2NC
2NO/2NC
4NO/0NC
1NO/1NC
0NO/2NC
2NO/2NC
1NO/1NC
0NO/2NC
2NO/2NC
Auxiliary contacts side mounting No
No
No
Mechanical life span
(AC operated)
5 Mio.
5 Mio.
5 Mio.
Mechanical life span
(DC operated)
15 Mio.
15 Mio.
15 Mio.
Setting range (in A)
No
No
No
Page No.
7
13
13
Appearance
2
Motor Contactors
J7KN 10..KN 22
J7KN 24..KN 40
J7KN 50..KN 74
J7KN 85..KN 110
3-pole
3-pole
3-pole
3-pole
AC and DC operated
3 main poles
1 auxiliary contact integrated (1NO or
1NC)
max 4 auxiliary contacts front mounted
AC and DC operated
3 main poles
max 4 auxiliary contacts front mounted
max. 2 auxiliary contacts side mounted
(1NO/1NC)
AC and DC operated
3 main poles
max 4 auxiliary contacts front mounted
max. 2 auxiliary contacts side mounted
(1NO/1NC)
AC and DC operated
3 main poles
4 auxiliary contacts integrated
(2NO/2NC)
Auxiliary contact modules
Mechanical interlock
Suppressors
Link module MPCB-contactor
Pneumatic timers
Auxiliary contact modules
Mechanical interlock
Suppressors
Link module MPCB-contactor
Pneumatic timers
Auxiliary contact modules
Mechanical interlock
Suppressors
Mechanical interlock
Suppressors
4 kW; 5,5 kW; 7,5 kW; 11 kW
11 kW; 15 kW; 18,5 kW
22 kW; 30kW; 37 kW
45 kW; 55 kW
10/14/18/22 A
24/32/40 A
50/62/74 A
85/110 A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
1NO or 1NC
No
No
2NO + 2NC
max 4
NO/NC/EM/LB
max 4
NO/NC/EM/LB
max 4
NO/NC/EM/LB
No
No
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
No
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
5 Mio.
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
5 Mio.
No
No
No
No
25
25
25
25
3
Selection Guide
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Classification
Model
Motor Contactors
J7KN 151..KN 176
J7KN 200
3-pole
3-pole
Remarks
AC and DC operated (all in one)
3 and 4 main poles
Auxiliary contacts mounted separately
AC and DC operated (all in one)
3 main poles
3 auxiliary contacts integrated
and separately (2NO/2NC)
Accessories
Front and sidemounting auxiliary contacts No
Cover for terminals
Mechanical interlock
Maximum power (AC3-380/415V)
75 kW; 90 kW
110 kW
Rated current (AC3-380/415V)
150/175 A
210 A
AC operated
Yes
Yes
DC operated
Yes
Yes
4 - pole version
Yes
No
Auxiliary contacts included
NO
2NO + 1NC
Auxiliary contacts front
mounting
1NO + 1NC
2NO + 2NC
2NO + 2NC
Thermal Overload Relays
J7TKN-A
Appearance
Direct mounting
2 auxiliary contacts (1NO/1NC)
Sets for single mounting
1NO + 1NC
Auxiliary contacts side mounting 1NO + 1NC
Mechanical life span
(AC operated)
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
Mechanical life span
(DC operated)
10 Mio.
10 Mio.
Setting range (in A)
No
No
0,12..30 A
Page No.
25
25
55
4
Thermal Overload Relays
Motor Protection Circuit Breakers (MPCB)
J7TKN-B..TKN-D
J7TKN-E..TKN-F
J7MN12
J7MN25
Direct mounting
Auto, -manual, -reset button
2 auxiliary contacts (1NO/1NC)
Separate mounting
2 auxiliary contacts (1NO/1NC)
Rocker operating switch
Short circuit release
Over load release
I cu = 100 kA (0,16..6,3 A)
Rotary operating switch
Short circuit release
Over load release
I cu = 100 kA (0,16..12,5 A)
Sets for single mounting
Busbar sets
Trip indicating contact
Plastic enclosures
2 contacts side mounted
2 contacts front mounted
Bus bar system
Trip indicating contact
Plastic enclosures
2 contacts side mounted
2 contacts front mounted
Bus bar system
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
100000
100000
0,12..74 A
60..220 A
0,11..12 A
0,11..25 A
55
55
65
65
5
Selection Guide
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Classification
Model
Motor Protection Circuit Breakers (MPCB)
J7MN50
J7MN100
Remarks
Rotary operating switch
Short circuit release
Over load release
I cu = 50 kA
Rotary operating switch
Short circuit release
Over load release
I cu = 50 kA
Accessories
Trip indicating contact
Plastic enclosures
2 contacts side mounted
3 contacts front mounted
Bus bar system
Trip indicating contact
Plastic enclosures
2 contacts side mounted
3 contacts front mounted
Bus bar system
1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
Appearance
Maximum power (AC3-380/415V)
Rated current (AC3-380/415V)
AC operated
DC operated
4 - pole version
Auxiliary contacts included
Auxiliary contacts front
mounting
Auxiliary contacts side mounting 1NO + 1NC
1NO + 1NC
Mechanical life span
(AC operated)
50000
50000
Mechanical life span
(DC operated)
Setting range (in A)
22..50 A
45..100 A
Page No.
65
65
6
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
J7KNA-AR
)
Main contactor
• AC & DC operated
• 4-, 6- and 8-pole versions in different configurations
• Mirror contacts
• Screw fixing and snap fitting (35 mm DIN rail)
• Rated current = 10A (Ith)
• Suitable for electronic devices (DIN 19240)
• Finger proof (BGV A2)
Accessories
• 2- and 4-pole additional auxiliary contacts in different
configurations
Approved Standards
Standard
Guide No (US,C)
UL
NKCR, NKCR7
IEC 947-5-1
see page 95
VDE 0660
EN 60947-5-1
Ordering Information
■ Model Number Legend
1. Mini Contactor Relays
J7KNA-##-##-#####
1
2 3
4
1)
2)
3)
4)
Mini Contactor
AR:
Contactor Relay
Combination of NO / NC contacts
22:
2 NO 2 NC
31:
3 NO 1NC
40:
4 NO 0NC
Coil voltage (AC operated)
24:
AC24V 50/60Hz
48:
AC48V 50Hz
110:
AC110-115V 50Hz,AC120-125V 60Hz
230:
AC220-230V 50Hz,AC240V 60Hz
240:
AC230-240V 50Hz
400:
AC380-400V 50Hz,AC440V 60Hz
415:
AC400-415V 50Hz
550:
AC525-550V 50Hz,AC600V 60Hz
Coil voltage (DC operated)
24D: DC24V
48D: DC48V
60D: DC60V
110D: DC110V
125D: DC125V
24VS: DC24V with diode
48VS: DC48V with diode
110VS: DC110V with diode
125VS: DC125V with diode
2. Aux. Contact Modules for Mini Motor Contactor Relays
J73KN-##-##-#
1
2 3 4
1)
2)
3)
Auxiliary Contact Modules
A:
for mini contactor relays
Combination of NO/NC contacts
11:
1 NO 1 NC
02:
0 NO 2 NC
22:
2 NO 2 NC
40:
4 NO 0 NC
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
J7KNA-AR
7
■ System overview
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
AC Operated
Contacts
NO
NC
Distinc.
Number
acc. to
DIN EN
50011
Ratings
AC15
230V
A
Type
400V
A
Thermal
Rated
Current
Ith
A
24
230
2
10
J7KNA-AR-40 24
Coil voltage 1)
24V 50/60Hz
220-230V 50Hz
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
10
0,16
10
0,16
10
0,16
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
-
40E
3
J7KNA-AR-40 230
3
1
31E
3
2
10
J7KNA-AR-31 24
J7KNA-AR-31 230
2
2
22E
3
2
10
J7KNA-AR-22 24
J7KNA-AR-22 230
1) Other coil voltages see page 10
DC Solenoid Operated
Contacts
NO
NC
Distinc.
Number
acc. to
DIN EN
50011
Ratings
AC15
230V
A
Type
Pack
Weight
400V
A
Thermal
Rated
Current
Ith
A
Coil voltage 24V DC 2,5W
pcs.
kg/pc.
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
-
40E
3
2
10
J7KNA-AR-40 24D (-VS)1)
10
0,19
3
1
31E
3
2
10
J7KNA-AR-31 24D (-VS)1)
10
0,19
2
2
22E
3
2
10
J7KNA-AR-22 24D (-VS)1)
10
0,19
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
J73KN-A-11
10
0,04
1) with built-in coil suppressor (diode + zener diode)
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for Contactor Relays J7KNA-AR
8
Contacts
Ratings
NO
NC
AC15
230V
A
400V
A
Thermal
Rated
Current
Ith
A
1
1
3
2
10
-
2
3
2
10
J73KN-A-02
10
0,04
4
-
3
2
10
J73KN-A-40
10
0,04
2
2
3
2
10
J73KN-A-22
10
0,04
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole J7KNA-AR
■ System overview
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
AC Operated
Wiring Diagrams
Distinc.
Number
acc. to
DIN EN
50011
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
NC
Contactor Relay with Auxiliary Contact Contacts suitable for Electronic
Block
Circuits according to DIN 19240
Distinc. Number
for rated voltage 24V DC
according to
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
DIN EN 50011
NO
NC
Mirror contacts
Type
NO
J73KN-A-11
1
1
51E
5
1
J73KN-A-02
0
2
42E
4
2
J73KN-A-40
4
0
80E
8
0
J73KN-A-22
2
2
62E
6
2
J73KN-A-11
1
1
42Y
4
2
J73KN-A-02
0
2
33Y
3
3
J73KN-A-40
4
0
71Y
7
1
J73KN-A-22
2
2
53Y
5
3
J73KN-A-11
1
1
33Y
3
3
J73KN-A-02
0
2
24Y
2
4
J73KN-A-40
4
0
62Y
6
2
J73KN-A-22
2
2
44Y
4
4
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
40E
31E
22E
Preferable combinations with
distinctive letter „E“
according to DIN EN 50011
DC Solenoid Operated
Wiring Diagrams
Distinc.
Number
acc. to
DIN EN
50011
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
Contactor Relay with Auxiliary Contact
Type
Block
Distinc. Number
according to
DIN EN 50011
NO
NC
NO
NC
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
40E
31E
22E
J73KN-A-11
1
1
51E
5
1
J73KN-A-02
0
2
42E
4
2
J73KN-A-40
4
0
80E
8
0
J73KN-A-22
2
2
62E
6
2
J73KN-A-11
1
1
42Y
4
2
J73KN-A-02
0
2
33Y
3
3
J73KN-A-40
4
0
71Y
7
1
J73KN-A-22
2
2
53Y
5
3
J73KN-A-11
1
1
33Y
3
3
J73KN-A-02
0
2
24Y
2
4
J73KN-A-40
4
0
62Y
6
2
J73KN-A-22
2
2
44Y
4
4
Preferable combinations with
distinctive letter „E“
according to DIN EN 50011
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for Contactor Relays J7KNA-AR
Wiring diagrams
J73KN-A-11
J73KN-A-02
J73KN-A-40
J73KN-A-22
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
Mirror contacts
J7KNA-AR
9
Specifications
■ Coil Voltages
Suffix
Voltage Marking
Rated Control Voltage Us
to contactor type e.g.
at the coil
range for
50Hz
J7KNA-AR-40-24
for 50Hz for 60Hz min
V
V
V.
max
V.
min
V.
max
V.
12
12
12
11
12
12
12
24
24
24
22
24
24
24
42
42
42
38.5
42
42
42
48
48-50
48
48
50
48
50
60
60
60
52
66
54
60
90
90-95
100-105 90
95
100
105
95
95-100
105-110 95
100
105
110
100
100
110-115 100
105
110
115
105
105-110 115-120 105
110
115
120
110
110-115 120-125 110
115
120
125
200
200
205
210
220
Suffix
Voltage Marking
Rated Control Voltage Us
to contactor type e.g.
at the coil
range for
50Hz
J7KNA-AR-40- 230
for 50Hz for 60Hz min
V
V
V.
max
V.
min
V.
max
V.
210
205-215 220-230 205
215
220
230
220
210-220 230-240 210
220
230
240
230
220-230 240
220
230
240
250
240
230-240
230
240
250
260
400
380-400 440
380
400
415
440
500
475-500 520-545 475
500
520
545
550
525-550 600
550
570
600
210-220 195
525
60Hz
60Hz
Standard voltages in bold type letters. Coil not exchangeable
10
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole J7KNA-AR
■ Engineering data and Characteristics
Mini Contactor Relays
Data according to IEC 947-5-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-5-1
DC
DC + Diode
Auxiliary Contacts
Type J7KNA-AR...
AC
J7KNA-AR...D
J7KNA-AR...VS
J73KN-A...
Rated insulation voltage Ui
V AC 690*1
690*1
690*1
690*1
40°C
A
10
10
10
10
60°C
A
6
6
6
6
at Ith
W
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
220-240V
A
3
3
3
3
380-415V
A
2
2
2
2
440V
A
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
500V
A
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
660-690V
A
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
Thermal rated current Ith to 690V
Ambient temperature
Power loss per pole
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
Utilization category DC13
Rated operational current Ie
60V
A
2
2
2
2
110V
A
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
220V
A
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
open
°C
-40 to +60 (+90)*2
enclosed
°C
-40 to +40
°C
-40 to +90
Maximum ambient temperature
Operation
Storage
Short circuit protection
short-circuit current 1kA,
contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
gL (gG)
A
20
20
20
20
inrush
VA
25
-
-
-
sealed
VA
4-5
-
-
-
W
1.2
-
-
-
Power consumption of coils
AC operated
DC operated
inrush
W
-
2.5
2.5
-
sealed
W
-
2.5
2.5
-
0.85 - 1.1
0.8 - 1.1
0.8 - 1.1
-
-
Operation range of coils
in multiples of control voltage Us
*3,*4
Switching time at control voltage U ±10%
s
AC operated
DC operated
make time
ms
15 - 25
-
-
release time
ms
8 - 25
-
-
-
arc duration
ms
10 -15
-
-
-
make time
ms
-
15 - 19
15 - 19
-
release time
ms
-
8 - 25
8 - 25
-
arc duration
ms
-
10 -15
10 -15
-
Cable cross-section
all connectors
solid
mm² 0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
flexible
mm² 0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
mm² 0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 2.5
2
2
2
18 - 14
18 - 14
18 - 14
flexible with multicore cable end
Clamps per pole
2
solid or stranded
AWG 18 - 14
*1) Suitable at 690V for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV.
Data for other conditions on request.
*2) With reduced control voltage range 0.9 up to 1.0 x Us and with reduced thermal rated current Ith to Ie/AC15
*3) Summary switching time = release time + arc duration
*4) Release time of NC make time of NO increase when suppressor units for voltage peak protection are used (Varistor, RC-units, Diode units).
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole
J7KNA-AR
11
Mini Contactor Relays for North America
Data according to UL508
Main Contacts (cULus)
Type J7KNA-AR...
J73KN-A...
Rated operational current "General Use"
A
10
10
Rated operational power of three-phase motors
115V
hp
-
-
at 60Hz (3ph)
200V
hp
-
-
230V
hp
-
-
460V
hp
-
-
575V
hp
-
-
Rated operational power of of AC motors
115V
hp
-
-
at 60Hz (1ph)
200V
hp
-
-
230V
hp
-
-
Fuses
Suitable for use on a capability of delivering not more than
rms
Rated voltage
A
-
-
A
-
-
V
-
-
V AC 600
Auxiliary Contacts (cULus)
600
heavy pilot duty
AC
A600
A600
standard pilot duty
DC
Q600
Q600
■ Dimensions
AC and DC operated
with screw terminals
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
J7KNA-AR...
J73KN-A...
Do not use/install these products before having read the applicable precautions as listed in Cat. No. J09-EN-01
available from www.europe.omron.com or on request from OMRON local sales office.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J04E-EN-01
12
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mini Contactor Relays 4-pole J7KNA-AR
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
)
Main contactor
• AC & DC operated
• Integrated auxiliary contacts
• Screw fixing and snap fitting (35 mm DIN rail)
• Range from 4 to 5.5 kW (AC 3, 380/415V)
• 4 -main pole version (4 kW AC and DC coil)
• Auxiliary contacts suitable for electronic devices (DIN 19240)
• Finger proof (BGV A2)
Accessories
• 2 and 4 pole additional auxiliary contacts in different
configurations
• Mechanical interlock (in reversing contactor combination only)
• RC Suppressors
• Link modules for fuseless Load Feeders
• Insulated wiring systems (parallel, Star-delta combinations)
Approved Standards
Standard
Guide No (US,C)
UL
NLDX, NLDX7
IEC 947-5-1
VDE 0660
EN 60947-5-1
Ordering Information
■ Model Number Legend
1. Mini Motor Contactors
J7KNA-##-##-#-#####
1
2 3 4
5
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Mini Contactor
Rated Motor Current (AC3 400V)
09:
9A
12:
12A
Integrated auxiliary contact
10:
1 NC 0 NC
01:
0 NO 1NC
4:
4 main pole type (no aux contact)
W:
Reversing Contactor
Coil voltage (AC operated)1)
24:
AC24V 50/60Hz
48:
AC48V 50Hz
60:
AC60V 50Hz
110:
AC110-115V 50Hz, AC120-125V 60Hz
180:
AC180-210V 50Hz, AC200-240V 60Hz
230:
AC220-230V 50Hz, AC240V 60Hz
240:
AC230V-240V 50Hz
400:
AC380-400V 50Hz, AC440V 60Hz
415:
AC400-415V 50Hz
Coil voltage (DC operated)
24D: DC24V
1)
RC-suppressor unit go to see page 27, section 6 or see
page 34, suppressor units
48D: DC48V
60D: DC60V
110D: DC110V
24VS: DC24V with diode
48VS: DC48V with diode
110VS: DC110V with diode
125VS: DC125V with diode
2. Aux. Contact Modules for Mini Motor Contactors
J73KN-##-##-#
1
2 3 4
1)
Auxiliary Contact Modules
2)
A:
for mini motor contactor (DIN EN 50005)
AM:
for mini motor contactor (DIN EN 50012)
3)
Combination of NO/NC contacts
11:
1 NO 1 NC
02:
0 NO 2 NC
22:
2 NO 2 NC
40:
4 NO 0 NC
4)
for Reversing Contactors
v:
left side
x:
right side
3. Insulated wiring systems for motor contactors
J75-WK-##
1 2 3
1)
Additional reference for LVSG
2)
Wiring system
3)
Combination of 2 contactors parallel or reverse, type:
11 = J7KNA 09 -..12
Star-Delta contactors, type:
12 = J7KNA 09 -..12
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
13
■ System overview
Mini Motor Contactors
AC Operated
Ratings
Rated Current Aux. Contacts
AC2, AC3
AC3
380V
400V
415V
kW
500V
kW
660V
690V
kW
400V
A
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
AC1
690V
A
NO
NC
Accept
Overload
Relay see
24
see
page 56 230
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
220-230V 50Hz
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
4
4
9
20
1
-
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-10-# # # # #
10
0.16
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
1
-
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-10-# # # # #
10
0.16
4
4
4
9
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-01-# # # # #
10
0.16
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-01-# # # # #
10
0.16
-
-
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-4-# # # # #
10
0.19
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
4
4
9
20
*1) Other coil voltages see see page 17
DC Solenoid Operated
Ratings
Rated Current Aux. Contacts
AC2, AC3
AC3
380V
400V
415V
kW
500V
kW
660V
690V
kW
400V
A
Type
AC1
690V
A
NO
NC
Accept
Overload
Relay see
see
page 56 Coil voltage 24V DC 2,5W
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
4
4
9
20
1
-
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-10-# # # D(-VS)*1
10
0.19
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
1
-
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-10-# # # D(-VS)*1
10
0.19
4
4
4
9
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-01-# # # D(-VS)*1
10
0.19
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-01-# # # D(-VS)*1
10
0.19
*1) with built-in coil suppressor (diode + zener diode)
Auxiliary contact blocks with screw terminals for contactors J7KNA-09... and J7KNA-12...
Contacts
Rated Current Thermal Rated Current Type
Pack
Weight
A
pcs.
kg/pc.
NO
NC
AC15
230V 400V
A
A
1
1
3
2
10
J73KN-AM-11
10
0.04
-
2
3
2
10
J73KN-AM-02
10
0.04
2
2
3
2
10
J73KN-AM-22
10
0.04
Link modules for electric connection between MPCB and contactors
14
Description
Version
for contactors
For MPCB
Type
Pack
pcs
Weight
approx.
kg/pc
link module
(electrical and
mechanical connection)
see page 72
J7KNA 09-...12
J7MN 12 / J7MN 25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
1
0.015
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
■ System overview
Mini Motor Contactors
AC Operated
Wiring Diagrams
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
Contactor with Auxiliary Contact
Block
Distinc. Number
according to DIN
EN 50012
Type
NO
NC
Distinc. Number
according to DIN
EN 50012
NO
J73KN-AM-11
1
1
21
2
1
J73KN-AM-02
0
2
12
1
2
NC
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
Mirror contacts
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
10
01
J73KN-AM-22
2
2
32
3
2
J73KN-A-11
1
1
-
1
2
J73KN-A-02
0
2
-
0
3
J73KN-A-40
4
0
-
4
1
J73KN-A-22
2
2
-
2
3
J73KN-A-11
1
1
-
1
1
J73KN-A-02
0
2
-
0
2
J73KN-A-40
4
0
-
4
0
J73KN-A-22
2
2
-
2
2
Prefered combinations according
to DIN EN 50012
Contacts according to
DIN EN 50005
4-pole, With Screw Terminals
1
3
5
7
A1
00
A2
2
4
6
8
Contacts according to
DIN EN 50005
DC Solenoid Operated
Wiring Diagrams
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
Contactor with Auxiliary Contact
Block
Distinc. Number
according to DIN
EN 50012
Type
NO
NC
Distinc. Number
according to DIN
EN 50012
NO
J73KN-AM-11
1
1
21
2
1
J73KN-AM-02
0
2
12
1
2
NC
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
Mirror contacts
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
1
3
A1
5 13
10
A2
2
1
4
3
A1
6 14
5 21
01
A2
2
4
6 22
J73KN-AM-22
2
2
32
3
2
J73KN-A-11
1
1
-
1
2
J73KN-A-02
0
2
-
0
3
J73KN-A-40
4
0
-
4
1
J73KN-A-22
2
2
-
2
3
Prefered combinations according
to DIN EN 50012
Contacts according to
DIN EN 50005
( ) = VS-Version
Auxiliary contact blocks with screw terminals for contactors J7KNA-09... and J7KNA-12...
Wiring Diagrams
J73KN-AM-11 J73KN-AM-02 J73KN-AM-22 J73KN-A-11
J73KN-A-02
J73KN-A-40
J73KN-A-22
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
Mirror contacts
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
15
■ System overview
Mini Reversing Contactors, Mechanical Interlocked
AC Operated
Ratings
Rated Current Aux. Contacts
AC2, AC3
AC3
380V
400V
415V
kW
500V
kW
660V
690V
kW
400V
A
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
AC1
690V
A
NO
NC
Accept
Overload
Relay see
24
see
page 56 230
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
220-230V 50Hz
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
4
4
9
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-01-W-# # # # #
1
0.32
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-01-W-# # # # #
1
0.32
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
*1) Other coil voltages see see page 17
DC Solenoid Operated
Ratings
Rated Current Aux. Contacts
AC2, AC3
AC3
380V
400V
415V
kW
500V
kW
660V
690V
kW
400V
A
Type
AC1
690V
A
NO
NC
Accept
Overload
Relay see
see
page 56 Coil voltage 24V DC 2,5W
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
4
4
4
9
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-09-01-W-# # # D(-VS)*1
1
0.38
5.5
5.5
5.5
12
20
-
1
J7TKN-A J7KNA-12-01-W-# # # D(-VS)*1
1
0.38
*1) with built-in coil suppressor (diode + zener diode)
Auxiliary contact blocks with screw terminals for contactors J7KNA-09-01-W...(D) and
J7KNA-12-01-W...(D)
Contacts
Rated Current Thermal Rated Current Type
Pack
Weight
A
pcs.
kg/pc.
NO
NC
AC15
230V 400V
A
A
1
1
3
2
10
J73KN-AM-11V
10
0.04
1
1
3
2
10
J73KN-AM-11X
10
0.04
Insulated wiring systems for contactors J7KNA-09-01-...(D) and J7KNA-12-01-...(D)
Description
16
For contactors
Type
Pack
pcs
For reversing (without me- 16
chanical interlock) or parallel contactors ( 4 parts )
J7KNA 09-...12
J75-WK11
1
For star-delta combination
(5 parts)
J7KNA 09-...12
J75-WK12
1
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
Version
(A)
16
■ System overview
Mini Motor Contactors
AC/DC solenoid operated
Wiring Diagrams
Auxiliary Contact Blocks suitable for
left hand side
right hand side
Contactor K1
Contactor K2
Distinc. Number
according to DIN
EN 50012
Type
NO NC Type
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
NO NC Mirror contacts
1
1
3-pole, With Screw Terminals
J73KN-AM-11V
1
J73KN-AM-11X
1
01
Auxiliary contact blocks with screw terminals for contactors J7KNA-09-01-W...(D) and
J7KNA-12-01-W...(D)
Wiring Diagrams
Contacts suitable for Electronic
Circuits according to DIN 19240
for rated voltage 24V DC
(test ratings 17V DC, 5mA)
Mirror contacts
J73KN-AM-11V J73KN-AM-11X
13 31
31 13
14 32
32 14
Specifications
■ Coil Voltages
Suffix
Voltage Marking
Rated Control Voltage Us
to contactor type
e.g.
at the coil
range for
50Hz
J7KNA-09-10-24
for 50Hz for 60Hz min
V
V
V.
max
V.
min
V.
max
V.
24
24
24
22
24
24
24
48
48
48
48
50
48
52
100
100
110-115 100
105
110
115
110
110-115 120-125 110
115
120
125
200
200
205
210
220
230
220-230 240
220
230
240
250
400
380-400 440
380
400
415
440
550
525-550 600
525
550
570
600
210-220 195
60Hz
Standard voltages in bold type letters. Coil not exchangeable
RC Suppressor units: please see page 27, section 6 or page 34,
Suppressor Units.
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
17
■ Engineering data and Characteristics
Mini Motor Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-4-1
Main Contacts
Type J7KNA-09-...
J7KNA-12-...
Rated insulation voltage Ui
V AC 690*1)
690 ’1)
at Ue = 690V AC
A
165
165
Breaking capacity Ieff
400V AC
A
100
100
cosϕ = 0,65
500V AC
A
90
90
690V AC
A
80
80
A
20
20
7.9
Making capacity Ieff
Utilization category AC1
Switching of resistive load
Rated operational current Ie (=Ith) at 40°C, open
Rated operational power of three-phase resistive loads
230V
kW
7.9
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
240V
kW
8.3
8.3
400V
kW
13.8
13.8
415V
kW
14.3
14.3
A
16
16
6.3
Rated operational current Ie (=Ithe) at 60°C, enclosed
Rated operational power of three-phase resistive loads
230V
kW
6.3
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
240V
kW
6.7
6.7
400V
kW
11
11
415V
kW
11.5
11.5
Minimum cross-section of conductor at load with Ie (=Ith)
mm² 2.5
2.5
Utilization category AC2 and AC3
Switching of three-phase motors
Rated operational current Ie
220V
A
12
15
open and enclosed
230V
A
11.5
14.5
240V
A
11
14
380-400V
A
9
12
415-440V
A
8
11
500V
A
7
9
660-690V
A
5
6.5
Rated operational power of three-phase motors
220-240V
kW
3
4
50-60Hz
380-440V
kW
4
5.5
500-690V
kW
4
5.5
Utilization category AC4
Switching of squirrel cage motors, inching
Rated operational current Ie
220V
A
12
15
open and enclosed
230V
A
11.5
14.5
240V
A
11
14
380-400V
A
9
12
415-440V
A
8
11
500V
A
7
9
660-690V
A
5
6.5
Rated operational power of three-phase motors
220-240V
kW
3
4
50-60Hz
380-440V
kW
4
5.5
500-690V
kW
4
5.5
18
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
Mini Motor Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-4-1
Main Contacts
Type J7KNA-09-...
J7KNA-12-...
Utilization category DC1
Switching of resistive load
Time constant L/R
1 pole 24V
A
20
20
60V
A
20
20
110V
A
5
5
220V
A
0.6
0.6
3 poles in series 24V
A
20
20
60V
A
20
20
110V
A
20
20
220V
A
16
16
1ms
Rated operational current Ie
Utilization category DC3 and DC5
Switching of shunt motors
1 pole 24V
A
20
20
60V
A
5
5
110V
A
1
1
220V
A
0.15
0.15
3 poles in series 24V
A
20
20
60V
A
20
20
110V
A
20
20
220V
A
2
2
and series motors
Time constant L/R
15ms
Rated operational current Ie
Maximum ambient temperature
Operation
with thermal overload relay
open
°C
-40 to +60 (+90)*2
enclosed
°C
-40 to +40
open
°C
-25 to +60
enclosed
°C
-25 to +40
°C
-50 to +90
Storage
Short circuit protection
for contactors without thermal overload relay
Coordination-type "1" according to IEC 947-4-1
Contact welding without hazard of persons
max. fuse size
gL (gG)
A
40
40
Coordination-type “2” according to IEC 947-4-1
Light contact welding accepted
max. fuse size
gL (gG)
A
25
25
Contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
gL (gG)
A
10
10
For contactors with thermal overload relay the
device with the smaller admissible backup fuse
(contactor or thermal overload relay) determines the fuse size.
Cable cross-sections
for contactors without thermal overload relay
main connector
solid or stranded
mm² 0.5 - 2.5
flexible
mm² 0.5 - 2.5
0.5 - 2.5
flexible with multicore cable end
mm² 0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 1.5
Cables per clamp
2
solid or stranded
AWG 18 - 14
0.5 - 2.5
2
18 - 14
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
19
Mini Motor Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-4-1
Main Contacts
Type J7KNA-09-...
J7KNA-12-...
without load
1/h
10000
10000
AC3, Ie
1/h
600
700
AC4, Ie
1/h
120
150
DC3, Ie
1/h
600
700
Mechanical life AC operated
Sx
106
5
5
DC operated
Sx
106
15
15
10s-current
A
96
120
at Ie/AC3 400V
W
0.15
0.25
Frequency of operations z
Contactors without thermal overload relay
Short time current
Power loss per pole
Resistance to shock according to IEC 68-2-27
Shock time 20ms sine-wave
AC operated
DC operated
NO
g
5
5
NC
g
5
5
NO
g
8
8
NC
g
6
6
*1) Suitable at 690V for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV.
Data for other conditions on request.
*2) With reduced control voltage range 0.9 up to 1.0 x Us and with reduced rated current Ie/AC1according to Ie/AC3
20
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
Mini Motor Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-5-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-5-1
Auxiliary Contacts
J7KNA-09...
Type J7KNA-12...
J7KNA-09...D(VS)*1
J7KNA-12...D(VS)
J73KN-A...
Rated insulation voltage Ui
V AC 690*2
690*1
690*1
40°C
A
10
10
10
60°C
A
6
6
6
at Ith
W
0.5
0.5
0.5
220-240V
A
3
3
3
380-415V
A
2
2
2
440V
A
1.6
1.6
1.6
Thermal rated current Ith to 690V
Ambient temperature
Power loss per pole
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
500V
A
1.2
1.2
1.2
660-690V
A
0.6
0.6
0.6
Utilization category DC13
Rated operational current Ie
60V
A
2
2
2
110V
A
0.4
0.4
0.4
220V
A
0.1
0.1
0.1
Maximum ambient temperature
Operation
open
°C
-40 to +60 (+90)*3
enclosed
°C
-40 to +40
°C
-40 to +90
Storage
Short circuit protection
short-circuit current 1kA,
contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
gL (gG)
A
20
20
20
inrush
VA
25
-
-
sealed
VA
4-5
-
-
W
1.2
-
-
For contactors with thermal overload relay the
device with the smaller admissible control fuse
(contactor or thermal overload relay)
determines the fuse size.
Power consumption of coils
AC operated
DC operated
inrush
W
-
2.5
-
sealed
W
-
2.5
-
0.85 - 1.1
0.8 - 1.1
-
-
Operation range of coils
in multiples of control voltage Us
Switching time at control voltage U ±10%*4,*5
s
AC operated
DC operated
make time
ms
15 - 25
-
release time
ms
8 - 25
-
-
arc duration
ms
10 -15
-
-
make time
ms
-
15 - 19
release time
ms
-
8 - 25 (35)*1
-
arc duration
ms
-
10 -15
-
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
21
Mini Motor Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-5-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-5-1
J7KNA-09...
Type J7KNA-12...
Auxiliary Contacts
J7KNA-09...D(VS)*1
J7KNA-12...D(VS)
J73KN-A...
0.75 - 2.5
Cable cross-section
all connectors
solid
mm² 0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
flexible
mm² 0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
0.75 - 2.5
mm² 0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 1.5
0.5 - 2.5
2
2
18 - 14
18 - 14
flexible with multicore cable end
Clamps per pole
2
solid or stranded
AWG 18 - 14
*1) version „VS“
*2) Suitable at 690V for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV.
Data for other conditions on request.
*3) With reduced control voltage range 0.9 up to 1.0 x Us and with reduced thermal rated current Ith to Ie/AC15
*4) Summary switching time = release time + arc duration
*5) Release time of NC make time of NO increase when suppressor units for voltage peak protection are used
(Varistor, RC-units, Diode units).
Mini Contactors for North America
Data according to UL508
Main Contacts (cULus)
Type J7KNA-09...
J7KNA-12...
J73KN-A...
Rated operational current "General Use"
A
20
10
15
Rated operational power of three-phase motors
115V
hp
1½
2
-
at 60Hz (3ph)
200V
hp
3
3
-
230V
hp
3
3
-
460V
hp
5
7½
-
575V
hp
7½
10
-
Rated operational power of of AC motors
115V
hp
½
¾
-
at 60Hz (1ph)
200V
hp
1
1½
-
230V
hp
1½
2
-
Fuses
Suitable for use on a capability of delivering not more than
(SCCR)
rms
Rated voltage
Auxiliary Contacts (cULus)
22
A
30
30
-
A
5000
5000
-
V
600
600
-
V AC 600
600
600
heavy pilot duty
AC
A600
A600
A600
standard pilot duty
DC
Q600
Q600
Q600
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
■ Dimensions
AC and DC operated
with screw terminals
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
J7KNA-09...
J7KNA-12...
J73KN-A...
Reversing Contactors
J7KNA-09-01-W...
J7KNA-12-01-W...
J7KNA-09-01-W... + J7TKN-A
J7KNA-12-01-W...+ J7TKN-A
Mini Motor Contactor
J7KNA
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Do not use/install these products before having read the applicable precautions as listed in Cat. No. J09-EN-01
available from www.europe.omron.com or on request from OMRON local sales office.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J05E-EN-01
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mini Motor Contactor J7KNA
Motor Contactor
J7KN
Main contactor
• AC & DC operated
• Integrated auxiliary contacts
• Screw fixing and snap fitting (35 mm DIN rail) up to 37 kW
• Range from 4 to 110 kW (AC 3, 380/415V)
• Finger proof (BGV A2)
• System contactors for Fuseless Load Feeders with integrated
link module
Accessories
• front mounted single pole additional auxiliary contacts
(1 NO or 1 NC)
• Side mounted additional auxiliary contacts (1 NO/1 NC)
• Mechanical interlock
• Suppressors (RC and varistor)
• Pneumatic timer modules
• Link modules MPCB - Motor contactor
Approved Standards
Standard
Guide No (US,C)
UL
NLDX, NLDX7
IEC 947-4-1
see page 95
VDE 0660
EN 60947-4-1
Motor Contactor
J7KN
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Ordering Information
■ Model Number Legend
1. Motor Contactors
J7KN#-###-##-####
1 2 3
4
5
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Motor Contactor
G: DC solenoid motor contactor
Rated Motor Current (AC3 400V)
10: 10A
14: 14A
18: 18A
22: 22A
24: 24A
32: 32A
40: 40A
50: 50A
62: 62A
74: 74A
85: 85A
110: 110A
151: 150A
176: 175A
200: 200A
Integrated auxiliary contact
10: 1NO 0NC
01: 0NO 1NC
21: 2NO 1NC
22: 2NO 2NC
: 0NO 0NC
4: 4 main poles
Coil voltage (AC operated)
24: AC24V 50/60Hz
48: AC48V 50Hz
90: AC100V 50/60 Hz
110: AC110V 50Hz, AC110-120V 60Hz
180: AC180-210V 50Hz, AC200-240V 60Hz
230: AC220-240V 50Hz, AC240V 60Hz
400: AC380-415V 50Hz, AC415-440V 60Hz
500: AC500-550V 50Hz, AC550-600V 60Hz
2. Sytem Contactors for Fuseless Load Feeders with integrated
Link Module
J7KN-###-##-###-VK3
1
2
3
4
5
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
3. Aux. Contact Modules for Motor Contactors
J73KN-#-##-#
1
2 3 4
1)
2)
3)
4)
Coil voltage(DC operated)
24D: DC24V
48D: DC48V
110D: DC110V
125D: DC125V
Coil voltage(DC solenoid operated - G-type)
24D: DC24V
48D: DC48V
60D: DC60V
110D: DC110V
125D: DC125V
220D: DC220V
Coil voltage(AC & DC operated) for J7KN 151 & J7KN 176 only
24: 24V 50/60Hz, 24VDC
48: 48V 50/60Hz, 48VDC
110: 110-120V 50/60Hz, 110VDC
230: 220-240V 50/60Hz, 220VDC
400: 380-415V 50/60Hz
Additional reference for LVSG
Rated Motor Current (AC 3 400 V)
10: 10 A
14: 14 A
18: 18 A
22: 22 A
Integrated Auxiliary Contact
10: 1NO 0NC
01: 0NO 1NC
Coil voltage (AC operated)
24: AC24V 50/60Hz
48: AC48V 50Hz
110: AC110V 50Hz, AC110-120V 60Hz
180: AC180-210V 50Hz, AC200-240V 60Hz
230: AC220-240V 50Hz, AC240V 60Hz
400: AC380-415V 50Hz, AC415-440V 60Hz
500: AC500-550V 50Hz, AC550-600V 60Hz
Attached link module VK 3
Auxiliary Contact Modules
B: for motor contactor (4-37kW)
C: for motor contactor (11-37kW)
D: for motor contactor (75-90kW)
E: for motor contactor (110kW)
Combination of NO/NC contacts
10: 1NO 0NC
01: 0NO 1NC
11: 1NO 1NC
22: 2NO 2NC
S: side mounting for motor contactor (11-37kW and
75-90 kW)
: front mounting for motor contactor (4-37kW)
A: 6A version
F: front mounting for motor contactor (75-90kW)
U: EM and LB version
4. Accessories for Motor Contactors
(Pneumatic Timers)
J74KN-#-## ### ##
1
2 3 4 5
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Accessories for Motor Contactors
B: Motor Contactor (4-18.5kW)
TP: Pneumatic Timer
40: 40 sec
180: 180 sec
DA: ON-delayed
IA: OFF-delayed
5. Accessories for Motor Contactors (Mechanical Interlock)
J74KN-#-##
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
26
Motor Contactor J7KN
Accessories for Motor Contactors
B: Motor Contactor (4-18.5kW)
C: Motor Contactor (11-37kW)
D: Motor Contactor (45-55kW)
E: Motor Contactor (75-90kW)
ML: Mechanical Interlock
6. Accessories for Motor Contactors (RC Suppressor units)
J74KN-#-## ###
1
2 3 4
1)
2)
3)
4)
Accessories for Motor Contactors
A: for Mini Motor Contactor and Motor Contactor
(4-18.5kW)
(between DIN-rail and Contactor)
B: for Mini Motor Contactor and Motor Contactor
(4-55kW)
C: for Motor Contactor (4-37kW) to snap on the contactor
D: for Mini Motor Contactor (4-5.5kW)
RC: RC-surge suppressors
48:
24 - 48 VAC/DC (A+B type)
230:
110 - 230 VAC/DC (A+B type)
400:
250 - 415 VAC/DC (A+B type)
24:
12 - 48 VAC/DC (C+D type)
110:
48 - 127 VAC/DC (C+D type)
230:
110 - 250 VAC/DC (C+D type)
7. Accessories for Motor Contactors (4-37 kW) (Varistor units)
J74KN-#-## ###
1
2 3 4
1)
2)
3)
4)
Accessories for Motor Contactors
A: for Motor Contactor (4-11kW) to snap on
to coil terminals
B: for Motor Contactor (4-37kW) to snap on to contactor
VG: Varistor Suppressors
230: 110-230VAC/DC
400: 250-415VAC/DC
8. Accessories for Motor Contactors
(Additional Terminals and Terminal Covers)
J7KN-#######
1
2
1)
2)
Accessories for Motor Contactors
LG-9030: for Motor Contactors (22-37 kW)
Additional Terminal for Single Pole
LG-11224: for Motor Contactors (75-90 kW)
Additional Terminal for Single Pole
LG-10404: for Motor Contactors (75-90 kW)
Terminal Cover for 3 terminals
Marking Systems for contactors J7KNA - J7KN 74 and aux.
contact blocks J73KN-B
P487-1: Marking plate, 2-section without marking, divisible
P245-1: Marking plate, 4-section without marking, divisible
9. Insulated wiring systems for motor contactors
Parallel or reverse contactors
Star-Delta contactors
J75-WK-##
1 2 3
1)
2)
3)
Additional reference for LVSG
Wiring system
Combination of 2 contactors, type:
21 = J7KN 10 - ..22
41 = J7KN 24 - ..40
Star - delta combination of 3 contactors, type:
22 = J7KN 10 - ..22
Motor Contactor
J7KN
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■ List of Models
Contactors 3-pole
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 210A AC3
Up to 350A AC1
DIN-rail mounting up to AC3 74A
International Approvals
Data according to IEC 947 /
EN 60947
Ratings
AC3
400V Motor
380-400V
660-690V
690V at 40°C
AC1
Type
Auxiliary contacts
Type
Auxiliary contacts
Cable cross-section
Solid
mm2
Flexible
mm2
Cables per clamp
Auxiliary contact
40°C
A
Ith
AC15
230V
A
400V
A
Power consumption of coils
Inrush VA
Hold VA
Operation range of coils
Mounting
Additional aux. contact blocks
Front mounting
contact configuration
10A
4kW
5,5kW
25A
J7KN10-10
1NO
J7KN10-01
1NC
14A
5,5kW
7,5kW
25A
J7KN14-10
1NO
J7KN14-01
1NC
18A
7,5kW
10kW
32A
J7KN18-10
1NO
J7KN18-01
1NC
22A
11kW
10kW
32A
J7KN22-10
1NO
J7KN22-01
1NC
24A
11kW
15kW
50A
J7KN-24
32A
15kW
18,5kW
65A
J7KN-32
40A
18,5kW
18,5kW
80A
J7KN-40
50A
22kW
30kW
110A
J7KN-50
62A
30kW
37kW
120A
J7KN-62
74A
37kW
45kW
130A
J7KN-74
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0,75 - 6
1-4
2
1,5 - 25
2,5 - 16
1+1
4 - 50
10 - 35
1+1
16
12
4
-
-
33 - 45
7 - 10
0,85 - 1,1
35mm DIN-rail or base
90 - 115
9 - 13
0,85 - 1,1
140 - 165
13 - 18
0,85 - 1,1
1NO
1NC
maximal 4 J73KN-B..
Additional aux. contact blocks
Side mounting
contact configuration
1NO+1NC
Overload Relay (thermal)
Single phase protection
Temperature compensation
Trip and alarm contacts
Type J7TKN-B
Setting Ranges
0,12 - 0,18A
0,18 - 0,27A
0,27 - 0,4A
0,4 - 0,6A
0,6 - 0,9A
0,8 - 1,2A
1,2 - 1,8A
1,8 - 2,7A
2,7 - 4A
28
Motor Contactor J7KN
4 - 6A
6 - 9A
8 - 11A
10 - 14A
13 - 18A
17 - 24A
23 - 32A
J7TKN-C
Setting Ranges
28 - 42A
J7TKN-D
Setting Ranges
40 - 52A
52 - 65A
60 - 74A
Ratings
AC3
AC1
Type
400V Motor
380-400V
660-690V
690V at 40°C
Auxiliary contacts
Type
Auxiliary contacts
Cable cross-section
Solid
mm2
Flexible
mm2
Cables per clamp
Auxiliary contact
40°C
A
Ith
AC15
230V
A
400V
A
Power consumption of coils
Inrush VA
hold VA
Operation range of coils
Mounting
Additional aux. contact blocks
Front mounting
contact configuration
Additional aux. contact blocks
Side mounting
contact configuration
85A
45kW
55kW
150A
J7KN85-22
2NO+2NC
-
110A
55kW
55kW
170A
J7KN110-22
2NO+2NC
-
150A
75kW
75kW
230A
J7KN-151
175A
90kW
110kW
250A
J7KN-176
-
-
210A
110kW
132kW
350A
J7KN-20021
2NO+1NC
-
-
-
-
-
-
10 - 70
16 - 50
1
10 - 70
16 - 50
1
busbar
18x4
1
busbar
18x4
1
busbar
22x4
1
350
5
700
20
16
12
6
10
3
2
350 - 420
23 - 29
0,85 - 1,1
base
350
5
0,85 - 1,1
-
2NO + 2NC
-
1NO + 1NC
-
Overload Relay (thermal)
Single phase protection
Temperature compensation
Trip and alarm contacts
Type J7TKN-E
Setting Ranges
60 - 90A
80 - 120A
J7TKN-F
Setting Ranges
100 - 150A
140 - 220A
Busbar Sets
J74TK-SU-176
J74TK-SU200
Motor Contactor
J7KN
29
Contactors 3-pole
AC Operated
Ratings
Rated Aux. Contacts
Current
AC2, AC3
AC1
660V
690V
30
Weight
Additional
kW
kW
A
NO
NC
Type
pcs.
kg/pc.
4
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
11
11
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
25
25
25
25
32
32
32
32
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
max. 4
J73KN-B
J7KN-10-10###
J7KN-10-01###
J7KN-14-10###
J7KN-14-01###
J7KN-18-10###
J7KN-18-01###
J7KN-22-10###
J7KN-22-01###
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
4
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
11
11
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
25
25
25
25
32
32
32
32
-
-
-
-
-
-
11
15
18.5
15
18.5
18.5
15
18.5
18.5
50
65
80
.
-
J7KN-24###
max. 4
J73KN-B + J7KN-32###
2 J73KNJ7KN-40###
C-11S
1
1
1
0.48
0.48
0.48
22
30
37
30
37
45
30
37
45
110
120
130
-
-
J7KN-50###
max. 4
J73KN-B + J7KN-62###
2 J73KNJ7KN-74###
C11S
1
1
1
0.85
0.85
0.85
Pack
Weight
380V
415V
kW
500V
45
55
690V
see
page 33
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
110V 50Hz
220-240V 50Hz
500V
Rated Aux. Contacts
Current
AC2, AC3
*1
Pack
380V
400V
415V
kW
Ratings
*2
Built-in
Type
AC1
24
110
230
Type
Built-in
Coil Voltage*1
220-230V 50Hz
380-400V 50Hz
690V
kW
660V
690V
kW
A
NO
NC
230
400
55
75
55
55
150
170
2
2
2
2
J7KN-85-22###
J7KN-110-22###
75
90
75
90
75
90
230
250
-
-
110
132
132
350
2
1
Coil voltage range and other coil voltages see page 36
AC and DC in one coil
Motor Contactor J7KN
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
1
1.8
1.9
J7KN-151### *2
max. 3
1 x J73KN- J7KN-176### *2
D22F or
1 x J73KND11F and
2 x J73KND11S
1
1
4
4
J73KN-E- J7KN-200-21### *2
22
1
7.3
DC Operated
Aux. Contacts
see page 33
Built-in
NO
NC
Type
Additional
Coil voltage
24
48
60
110
125
220
Type
Pack
24V DC
48V DC
60V DC
110V DC
125V DC
220V DC pcs
Weight Accept Overload
Relay
page 56
kg/pc.
Type
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
J7TKN-B
J7KNG-10-10###D
J7KNG-10-01###D
J7KNG-14-10###D
J7KNG-14-01###D
J7KNG-18-10###D
J7KNG-18-01###D
J7KNG-22-10###D
J7KNG-22-01###D
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
J7TKN-B
max. 3
J73KN-B*1
+
2 J73KNC-11S
J7KN-24###D
J7KNG-24###D
J7KN-32###D
J7KNG-32###D
J7KN-40###D
J7KNG-40###D
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.55
0.57
0.55
0.57
0.55
0.57
J7TKN-B
J7TKN-C
max. 3
J73KN-B*1
+
2 J73KNC-11S
J7KN-50###D
J7KN-62###D
J7KN-74###D
1
1
1
0.9
0.9
0.9
J7TKN-D
1
1
1
1
max. 3
J73KN-B*1
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
max. 4
J73KN-B
-
-
-
-
Aux. Contacts
Type
Coil voltage
Weight Accept Overload
Relay
Built-in
110
220
110V DC
220V DC
page 57
Coil Circuits see page 35
J7KN-10-10###D
J7KN-10-01###D
J7KN-14-10###D
J7KN-14-01###D
J7KN-18-10###D
J7KN-18-01###D
J7KN-22-10###D
J7KN-22-01###D
1
1
1
1
-
Busbar Set for Wiring Diagram
Overload Relay
Type
Terminal Markings
-
-10
-
-10
-01
-01
-
Busbar Set for
Overload Relay
page 56
page 57
Type
NO
NC
kg/pc.
Type
2
2
1
1
-
J7KN-85-21###D
J7KN-110-21###D
1
1
1.8
1.9
J7TKN-E
-
-
max. 3
1 x J73KND22 or
1 x J73KND11 and
2 x J73KND11S
J7KN-151-### *2
J7KN-176-### *2
1
1
4
4
J7TKN-F
J7TKN-F
J73TK-SU-176
2
1
J7KN-200-21### *2
1
7.3
J7TKN-F
J73TK-SU-200 -21
*1
*2
-21/-22
Only 3 additional Aux. Contacts are possible! (See also the wiring diagrammms coil circuit DC operated page 35)
AC and DC in one coil
Motor Contactor
J7KN
31
System Contactors for Fuseless Load Feeders with integrated Link Module (see page 72)
AC Operated
Ratings
Rated Aux. Contacts
Current
AC2, AC3
*1
AC1
380V
400V
415V
kW
500V
4
5.5
7.5
11
Built-in
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
1
1
1
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
Additional
660V
690V
690V
see
page 33
kW
kW
A
NO
NC
Type
5.5
7.5
10
10
5.5
7.5
10
10
25
25
32
32
1
1
1
1
-
max. 4
J73KN-B
24
110
230
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
110V 50Hz
220-240V 50Hz
J7KN-10-10 ###-VK3
J7KN-14-10 ###-VK3
J7KN-18-10 ###-VK3
J7KN-22-10 ###-VK3
Coil voltage range and other coil voltages see page 36
Contactors 4-pole
AC Operated
Ratings
*1
Rated
Current
Aux. Contacts
see page 33
Type
AC2,
AC3
AC1
AC1
380V
400V
415V
kW
400V
690V
kW
A
NO
NC
Type
4
5.5
7.5
11
17.5
17.5
22
22
25
25
32
32
-
-
max. 4
J73KN-B
75
90
159
173
230
250
-
-
J7KN-151-4 ###
max. 3
J73KN-D-11F J7KN-176-4 ###
J73KN-D-22F
J73KN-D-11S
Built-in
Additional
see
below
24
110
230
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
110V 50Hz
220-240V 50Hz
J7KN-10-4 ###
J7KN-14-4 ###
J7KN-18-4 ###
J7KN-22-4 ###
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
1
1
1
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
1
1
4.7
4.7
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
1
1
1
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
Coil voltage range and other coil voltages see page 36
DC Operated
Ratings
*1
32
Rated
Current
Aux. Contacts
see page 33
Type
AC2,
AC3
AC1
AC1
380V
400V
415V
kW
400V
690V
kW
A
NO
NC
Type
4
5.5
7.5
11
17.5
17.5
22
22
25
25
32
32
-
-
max. 4
J73KN-B
Built-in
Coil voltage range and other coil voltages see page 36
Motor Contactor J7KN
Additional
see
below
24
110
230
Coil Voltage*1
24V 50/60Hz
110V 50Hz
220-240V 50Hz
J7KNG-10-4 ###D
J7KNG-14-4 ###D
J7KNG-18-4 ###D
J7KNG-22-4 ###D
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for contactors J7KN-10... to -74... type J73KN for low level switching*1
Front mounting
Rated Operational Current
AC15
230V
AC15
400V
Contacts
AC1
690V
A
A
A
NO
NC
3
3
3
3
6
6
2
2
2
2
4
4
10
10
10
10
25
25
1
1
-
1
1
EM
LB
1
-
1
-
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
J73KN-B-10
J73KN-B-01
J73KN-B-10U
J73KN-B-01U
J73KN-B-10A
J73KN-B-01A
10
10
10
10
10
10
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for contactors J7KN-151... to 176... type J73KN for low level switching
Rated Operational Current
AC15
230V
AC15
400V
Contacts
Type
Pack
Weight
AC1
690V
A
A
A
Mounting
NO
NC
pcs.
kg/pc.
3
3
2
2
10
10
front
1
2
1
2
J73KN-D-11F
J73KN-D-22F
1
1
0.08
0.08
3
2
10
side
1
1
J73KN-D-11S
1
0.12
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
J73KN-C-11S
10
0.02
2
J73KN-E-22
1
0.12
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
Auxiliary Contact Blocks
for contactors J7KN-24... to KN-74 and J7KN-200... type J73KN for low level switching
Rated Operational Current
AC15
230V
AC15
400V
Contacts
AC1
690V
A
A
A
Mounting
3
2
10
3
2
10
1
max. 2 side mounting
(J7KN-24-74)
max. 2 front mounting
2
(J7KN-200)
NO
NC
Pneumatic Timer for contactors J7KN-10... to -40...
Function
Time range
Contacts
s
On-delay
0.1 - 40
1
On-delay
10 - 180
1
Off-delay
0.1 - 40
-
Off-delay
10 - 180
-
NO NC
1
1
-
1
1
NO NC
1
1
J74KN-B-TP40DA
1
0.09
J74KN-B-TP180DA
1
0.09
J74KN-B-TP40IA
1
0.09
J74KN-B-TP180IA
1
0.09
Type
Pack
Weight
Mechanical Interlocks
Interlocks contactor with contactor
Type
+
Type
J7KN10 - J7KN40
+
J7KN10 - J7KN40
J7KN24 - J7KN74
+
J7KN85 - J7KN110
+
J7KN151 - J7KN176 +
1.
Mounting
pcs.
kg/pc.
horizontal
J74KN-B-ML
1
0.006
J7KN24 - J7KN74
horizontal
J74KN-C-ML
1
0.010
J7KN85 - J7KN110
horizontal
J74KN-D-ML
1
0.076
J7KN151 - J7KN176
horizontal
J74KN-E-ML
1
0.076
suitable according to DIN 19240 (test ratings 17V DC, 5mA) Technical data see page 49
Motor Contactor
J7KN
33
Suppressor Units
Suitable for Contactors
Suitable for Coil Voltages Type
Pack
pcs.
Weight
kg/pc.
J7KNA
J7KN10-J7KN22
110 - 230 V
250 - 415 V
AC/DC
AC/DC
J74KN-A-VG230
J74KN-A-VG400
10
10
0.01
0.01
Varistor
J7KN10-J7KN74
snap on top of
contactor
110 - 230 V
250 - 415 V
AC/DC
AC/DC
J74KN-B-VG230
J74KN-B-VG400
10
10
0.02
0.02
RC-Unit
snap on
contactor
J7KNA
12 - 48 V
48 - 127 V
110 - 230 V
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
J74KN-D-RC24
J74KN-D-RC110
J74KN-D-RC230
10
10
10
0.02
0.036
0.036
RC-Unit
snap on
contactor
J7KN10-J7KN74
12 - 48 V
48 - 127 V
110 - 230 V
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
J74KN-C-RC24
J74KN-C-RC110
J74KN-C-RC230
10
10
10
0.02
0.036
0.036
RC-Unit
to fix via
fixing band or
adhesive strip
with contactor
J7KN85-J7KN110
24 - 48 V
110- 250 V
250 - 415 V
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
J74KN-B-RC48
J74KN-B-RC230
J74KN-B-RC400
5
5
5
0.04
0.04
0.04
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
0.052
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
0.12
Pack
Weight
Varistor
snap on coil
terminals
Additional Terminals Single Pole
For Contactors
Cable Cross-sections to clamp mm²
solid or
stranded
flexible
Type
flex. with multicore cable end
J7KN50 - KN74
4 - 35
6 - 25
4 - 25
J74KN-LG-9030
J7KN151 - KN176
16 - 120
---
16 - 95
J74KN-LG-11224
Terminal Covers for terminal protection according DIN 57106, BVG-A2
For Contactors
J7KN151 - KN176
Specification
one unit
Type
J74KN-LG-10404
Marking Systems for contactors J7KNA to J7KN74 and aux. contact blocks J73KN-B
Description
34
Specification
Type
pcs.
kg/pc.
Marking Plate
2-section without marking, divisible
J74KN-P487-1
100
0.025
Marking Plate
4-section without marking, divisible
J74KN-P245-1
100
0.050
Motor Contactor J7KN
Insulated wiring systems for motor contactors
Description
Version
(A)
For contactors
Type
Pack
pcs
For reversing or parallel
contactors ( 2 parts )
25
J7KN 10 - 22
J75-WK-21
1
40
J7KN 24 - 40
J75-WK-41
1
For star-delta combination 25
(3 parts)
J7KN 10 - 22
J75-WK-22
1
■ Wiring Diagrams Coil Circuit
AC operated
DC operated
with double winding coil*1
J7KN-10...
to
J7KN-110...
J7KN-10...D
to
J7KN-22...D
J7KN-24...D
to
J7KN-74...D
AC and DC operated
J7KN-151...
to
J7KN-176...
J7KN-200-21
~/
A1
31
~
+
~
L1
32
-
J7KN-110...D
~/
J7KNG
L2
A2
A1+
A2-
*1) 3 Additional Aux. Contacts are possible with the J7KN-.....D
types! (See also page 31)
Motor Contactor
J7KN
35
Specifications
■ Coil Voltages
Type-suffix for contactor types J7KN-10... to J7KN-74...
Type-suffix for contactor types J7KN-151... to J7KN-200...
Suffix
to contactor
type e.g.
Suffix
Voltage Marking
Rated Control Voltage Us
to contactor
type e.g.
at the coil
range for
50Hz
Voltage Marking
at the coil
Rated Control Voltage Us
range for
50Hz
60Hz
J7KN-10-10-24 for 50Hz for 60Hz min
max
min
max
V
V
V
V
V
V
24
24
24
22
24
24
27
48
48
48
44
48
48
52
110
110
110-120 100
110
110
122
180
180-210 200-240 180
210
200
240
230
220-240 240
220
240
240
264
400
380-415 415-440 380
415
415
460
500
500-550 550-600 500
550
550
600
Standard voltages in bold type letter
Type-suffix for contactor types J7KN-85... to J7KN-110...
Suffix
to contactor
type e.g.
Rated Control Voltage Us
range for
50Hz
60Hz
J7KN-85-22-24 for 50Hz for 60Hz min
max
min
max
V
V
V
V
V
V
20
20
24
20
22
24
26
24
24
24
27
29
32
48
48
60
47
52
56
62
90
90
110-120 90
100
108
120
110
110-120
110
122
132
146
180
180-200 208-240 180
200
208
240
230
220-240 277
220
240
264
288
400
380-415 460-480 380
415
455
498
500
500-550 600-660 500
550
600
660
Standard voltages in bold type letter
36
Voltage Marking
at the coil
Motor Contactor J7KN
60Hz
DC
J7KN-151-230 for 50 Hz for 60 Hz min
V
V
V
max min
V
V
max max
V
V
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
110
110
120
110
120
110
120
110
230
220-240 220-240 220
240
220
240
220
400
380-415 380-415 380
415
380
415
-
Standard voltages in bold type letter
24
■ Engineering data and characteristics
Approximate Values for three-phase Motors
Motor Full Load Currents
Approximate values of motor F.L.C. and minimum „slow blow“ respectively „gL“ short-circuit fuse
Motor rating
220-230V Motor
240V Motor
380-400V Motor
415V Motor
500V Motor
660-690V Motor
Range according to BS for 415V
Value of fusing at
motor start
Value of fusing at
motor start
Value of fusing at
motor start
Value of fusing at
motor start
Value of fusing at
motor start
Value of fusing at
motor start
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
F.L.C. D.O.L. YD
A
A
A
kW
PS~hp hp
cos
%
0.06
0.08
-
0.7
59
0.38
1
1
0.35
1
1
0.22
1
1
-
-
-
0.16
1
1
-
-
-
0.09
0.12
-
0.7
60
0.55
2
2
0.5
2
2
0.33
1
1
-
-
-
0.24
1
1
-
-
-
0.12
0.16
-
0.7
61
0.76
2
2
0.68
2
2
0.42
2
2
-
-
-
0.33
1
1
-
-
-
0.18
0.24
-
0.7
61
1.1
2
2
1
2
2
0.64
2
2
-
-
-
0.46
1
1
-
-
-
0.25
0.34
-
0.7
62
1.4
4
2
1.38
4
2
0.88
2
2
-
-
-
0.59
2
2
-
-
-
0.37
0.5
-
0.72
64
2.1
4
4
1.93
4
4
1.22
4
2
-
-
-
0.85
2
2
0.7
2
2
2
0.55
0.75
-
0.75
69
2.7
4
4
2.3
4
4
1.5
4
2
-
-
-
1.2
4
2
0.9
2
0.75
1
1
0.8
74
3.3
6
4
3.1
6
4
2
4
4
2
4
4
1.48
4
2
1.1
2
2
1.1
1.5
1.5
0.83
77
4.9
10
6
4.1
6
6
2.6
4
4
2.5
4
4
2.1
4
4
1.5
4
2
1.5
2
2
0.83
78
6.2
10
10
5.6
10
10
3.5
6
4
3.5
6
4
2.6
4
4
2
4
4
2.2
3
3
0.83
81
8.7
16
10
7.9
16
10
5
10
6
5
10
6
3.8
6
6
2.9
6
4
2.5
3.4
-
0.83
81
9.8
16
16
8.9
16
10
5.7
10
10
-
-
-
4.3
6
6
-
-
-
3
4
4
0.84
81
11.6
20
16
10.6
20
16
6.6
16
10
6.5
16
10
5.1
10
10
3.5
6
4
3.7
5
5
0.84
82
14.2
25
20
13
25
16
8.2
16
10
7.5
16
10
6.2
16
10
-
-
-
4
5.5
-
0.84
82
15.3
25
20
14
25
20
8.5
16
10
-
-
-
6.5
16
10
4.9
10
6
0.85
83
20.6
35
25
18.9
35
25
11.5
20
16
11
20
16
8.9
16
10
6.7
16
10
7.5
5.5
10
7.5
10
7.5
0.86
85
27.4
35
35
24.8
35
35
15.5
25
20
14
25
16
11.9
20
16
9
16
10
8
11
-
0.86
85
28.8
50
35
26.4
35
35
16.7
25
20
-
-
-
12.7
20
16
-
-
-
11
15
15
0.86
87
39.2
63
50
35.3
50
50
22
35
25
21
35
25
16.7
25
20
13
25
16
12.5
17
-
0.86
87
43.8
63
50
40.2
63
50
25
35
35
-
-
-
15
20
20
0.86
87
52.6
80
63
48.2
80
63
30
50
35
28
35
35
19
35
25
-
-
-
22.5
35
25
17.5
25
20
25
18.5
25
25
0.86
88
64.9
100
80
58.7
80
63
37
63
50
35
50
50
28.5
50
35
21
35
20
27
-
0.86
88
69.3
100
80
63.4
80
80
40
63
50
-
-
-
30.6
50
35
-
-
-
22
30
30
0.87
89
75.2
100
80
68
100
80
44
63
50
40
63
50
33
50
50
25
35
35
25
34
-
0.87
89
84.4
125
100
77.2
100
100
50
80
63
-
-
-
38
63
50
-
-
-
30
40
40
0.87
90
101
125
125
92.7
125
100
60
80
63
55
80
63
44
63
50
33
50
35
37
50
50
0.87
90
124
160
160
114
160
125
72
100
80
66
100
80
54
80
63
42
63
50
40
54
-
0.87
90
134
160
160
123
160
160
79
100
100
-
-
-
60
80
63
-
-
-
45
60
60
0.88
91
150
200
160
136
200
160
85
125
100
80
100
100
64.5
100
80
49
63
63
51
70
-
0.88
91
168
200
200
154
200
200
97
125
100
-
-
-
73.7
100
80
-
-
-
55
75
-
0.88
91
181
250
200
166
200
200
105
160
125
-
-
-
79
125
100
60
80
63
85.3
59
80
80
0.88
91
194
250
250
178
250
200
112
160
125
105
160
125
125
100
-
-
-
75
100
100
0.88
91
245
315
250
226
315
250
140
200
160
135
200
160
106
160
125
82
125
100
90
125
125
0.88
92
292
400
315
268
315
315
170
250
200
165
200
200
128
160
160
98
125
125
110
150
150
0.88
92
358
500
400
327
400
400
205
250
250
200
250
250
156
200
200
118
160
125
129
175
175
0.88
92
420
500
500
384
500
400
242
315
250
230
315
250
184
250
200
-
-
-
132
180
-
0.88
92
425
500
500
393
500
500
245
315
250
-
-
-
186
250
200
140
200
160
147
200
200
0.88
93
472
630
630
432
630
500
273
315
315
260
315
315
207
250
250
-
-
-
160
220
-
0.88
93
502
630
630
471
630
630
295
400
315
-
-
-
220
315
250
170
200
200
184
250
250
0.88
93
590
800
630
541
630
630
340
400
400
325
400
400
259
315
315
-
-
-
200
270
-
0.88
93
626
800
800
589
800
630
370
500
400
-
-
-
278
315
315
215
250
250
220
300
300
0.88
93
700
1000
800
647
800
800
408
500
500
385
500
400
310
400
400
-
-
-
250
340
-
0.88
93
803
1000
1000
736
1000
800
460
630
500
-
-
-
353
500
400
268
315
315
257
350
350
0.88
93
826
1000
1000
756
1000
800
475
630
630
450
630
500
363
500
400
-
-
-
295
400
400
0.88
93
948
1250
1000
868
1000
1000
546
800
630
500
630
630
416
500
500
-
-
-
315
430
-
0.88
93
990
1250
1250
927
1250
1000
580
800
630
-
-
-
445
630
500
337
400
400
355
483
-
0.89
95
-
-
-
-
-
-
636
800
800
-
-
-
483
630
630
366
500
400
400
545
-
0.89
96
-
-
-
-
-
-
710
1000
800
-
-
-
538
630
630
410
500
500
The motor F.L.C. be valid for standard internal and surface cooled three-pole
motors with 1500 min . The fuses values be valid for the motor F.L.C. shown in
the table and D.O.L.-start: starting current max. 6x motor F.L.C., starting time
max. 5s; star-delta-start: starting current max. 2x motor F.L.C., starting time
max. 15s. For motors with higher F.L.C., higher starting current and / or longer
starting time, larger short-circuit fuses are required.
-1
The maximum admissible value is dependent on the switchgear
respectively thermal overload relay.
Motor Contactor
J7KN
37
Approximate values of motor F.L.C. according to CSA and UL
Motor
rating
hp
½
*1
38
Motor F.L.C. at 110-120V
Motor F.L.C. at 220-240V*1
Motor F.L.C. at 440-480V
1-phase
2-phase
3-phase
1-phase
2-phase
3-phase
1-phase
2-phase
3-phase
1-phase
2-phase
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
9.8
4.0
4.4
4.9
2.0
2.2
2.5
1.0
1.1
2.0
0.8
0.9
Motor F.L.C. at 550-600V
3-phase
¾
13.8
4.8
6.4
6.9
2.4
3.2
3.5
1.2
1.6
2.8
1.0
1.3
1
16.0
6.4
8.4
8.0
3.2
4.2
4.0
1.6
2.1
3.2
1.3
1.7
1½
20.0
9.0
12.0
10.0
4.5
6.0
5.0
2.3
3.0
4.0
1.8
2.4
2
24.0
11.8
13.6
12.0
5.9
6.8
6.0
3.0
3.4
4.8
2.4
2.7
3
34.0
16.6
19.2
17.0
8.3
9.6
8.5
4.2
4.8
6.8
3.3
3.9
5
56.0
26.4
30.4
28.0
13.2
15.2
14.0
6.6
7.6
11.2
5.3
6.1
7½
80.0
38.0
44.0
40.0
19.0
22.0
21.0
9.0
11.0
16.0
8.0
9.0
10
100.0
48.0
56.0
50.0
24.0
28.0
26.0
12.0
14.0
20.0
10.0
11.0
15
135.0
72.0
84.0
68.0
36.0
42.0
34.0
18.0
21.0
27.0
14.0
17.0
20
-
94.0
108.0
88.0
47.0
54.0
44.0
23.0
27.0
35.0
19.0
22.0
25
-
118.0
136.0
110.0
59.0
68.0
55.0
29.0
34.0
44.0
24.0
27.0
30
-
138.0
160.0
136.0
69.0
80.0
68.0
35.0
40.0
54.0
28.0
32.0
40
-
180.0
208.0
176.0
90.0
104.0
88.0
45.0
52.0
70.0
36.0
41.0
50
-
226.0
260.0
216.0
113.0
130.0
108.0
56.0
65.0
86.0
45.0
52.0
60
-
-
-
-
133.0
145.0
-
67.0
77.0
-
53.0
62.0
75
-
-
-
-
166.0
192.0
-
83.0
96.0
-
66.0
77.0
100
-
-
-
-
218.0
248.0
-
109.0
124.0
-
87.0
99.0
125
-
-
-
-
-
312.0
-
135.0
156.0
-
108.0
125.0
150
-
-
-
-
-
360.0
-
156.0
180.0
-
125.0
144.0
200
-
-
-
-
-
480.0
-
208.0
240.0
-
167.0
192.0
250
-
-
-
-
-
602.0
-
-
302.0
-
-
242.0
300
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
361.0
-
-
289.0
350
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
414.0
-
-
336.0
400
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
477.0
-
-
382.0
500
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
590.0
-
-
472.0
Determine the motor current for 200V and 208V by increasing the values for 220-240V at 200V about 15% and for 208V about 10%.
Motor Contactor J7KN
Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, EN 60947-4-1, VDE 0660
Main Contacts
Type
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
Making capacity Ieff
J7KN-10
V AC 690
J7KN-14
690
J7KN-18
690
J7KN-22
690
J7KN-24
690
J7KN-32
690
J7KN-40
690
J7KN-50
690
J7KN-62
690
J7KN-74
690
at Ue = 690V AC A
200
200
200
200
400
500
500
700
900
900
Breaking capacity Ieff
400V AC A
180
180
200
200
380
400
400
600
800
800
J7KN-10 to J7KN-22 cosϕ = 0,65
500V AC A
150
150
180
180
300
370
370
500
700
700
J7KN-24 to J7KN-72 cosϕ = 0,35
690V AC A
100
100
150
150
260
340
340
400
500
500
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1000V AC A
Utilization category AC1
Switching of resistive load
Rated operational current Ie (=Ith) at 40°C, open
Rated operational power
of three-phase resistive loads
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
25
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
220V kW
A
9,5
9,5
12,2
12,2
19,0
24,7
30,4
41,9
45,7
49,5
230V kW
9,9
9,9
12,7
12,7
19,9
25,9
31,8
43,8
47,7
51,7
240V kW
10,4
10,4
13,3
13,3
20,8
27,0
33,2
45,7
49,8
54,0
380V kW
16,4
16,4
21,0
21,0
32,9
42,7
52,6
72,3
78,9
85,5
400V kW
17,3
17,3
22,1
22,1
34,6
45,0
55,4
76,1
83,0
90,0
415V kW
17,9
17,9
23,0
23,0
35,9
46,7
57,4
79,0
86,2
93,3
440V kW
19,0
19,0
24,4
24,4
38,1
49,5
60,9
83,7
91,3
99,0
500V kW
21,6
21,6
27,7
27,7
43,3
56,2
69,2
95,2
103,8
112,5
660V kW
28,5
28,5
36,5
36,5
57,1
74,2
91,3
125,6
137,0
148,4
690V kW
29,8
29,8
38,2
38,2
59,7
77,6
95,5
131,3
143,2
155,2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1000V kW
Rated operational current Ie (=Ithe) at 60°C, enclosed A
25
25
32
32
40
55
65
90
100
110
Rated operational power
of three-phase resistive loads
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
220V kW
9,5
9,5
12,2
12,2
15,2
20,9
24,7
34,3
38,1
41,9
230V kW
9,9
9,9
12,7
12,7
15,9
21,9
25,9
35,8
39,8
43,8
240V kW
10,4
10,4
13,3
13,3
16,6
22,8
27,0
37,4
41,5
45,7
380V kW
16,4
16,4
21,0
21,0
26,3
36,2
42,7
59,2
65,7
72,3
400V kW
17,3
17,3
22,1
22,1
27,7
38,1
45,0
62,3
69,2
76,1
415V kW
17,9
17,9
23,0
23,0
28,7
39,5
46,7
64,6
71,8
79,0
440V kW
19,0
19,0
24,4
24,4
30,4
41,9
49,5
68,5
76,1
83,7
500V kW
21,6
21,6
27,7
27,7
34,6
47,6
56,2
77,9
86,5
95,2
660V kW
28,5
28,5
36,5
36,5
45,7
62,8
74,2
102,8
114,2
125,6
690V kW
29,8
29,8
38,2
38,2
47,7
65,7
77,6
107,4
119,4
131,3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
mm² 4
4
6
6
10
16
25
35
50
50
74
1000V kW
Minimum cross-section of conductor
at load with Ie (=Ith)
Utilization category AC2 and AC3
Switching of three-phase motors
Rated operational current Ie
open and enclosed
220V A
12
15
18
22
24
30
40
50
63
230V A
11,5
14,5
18
22
24
30
40
50
62
74
240V A
11
14
18
22
24
32
40
50
62
74
380-400V A
10
14
18
22
24
32
40
50
62
74
415V A
9
14
18
22
23
30
40
50
62
74
440V A
9
14
18
22
23
30
40
50
62
74
500V A
7
9
9
9
17,5
21
21
33
42
42
6,5
8,5
8,5
8,5
17
20
20
31
40
40
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
220-230V kW
3
4
5
6
6
8,5
11
12,5
18,5
22
240V kW
3
4
5
7
7
9
11,5
13,5
19
23
380-400V kW
660-690V A
1000V A
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
50-60Hz
4
5,5
7,5
11
11
15
18,5
22
30
37
415V kW
4,5
6
8,5
12
12
16
20
24
33
40
440V kW
4,5
6
8,5
12
12
16
20
24
33
40
500V kW
5,5
7,5
10
10
15
18,5
18,5
30
37
45
660-690V kW
5,5
7,5
10
10
15
18,5
18,5
30
37
45
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
63
1000V kW
Utilization category AC4
Switching of squirrel cage motors, inching
Rated operational current Ie (=Ith)
open and enclosed
220V
A
12
15
18
18
24
30
40
50
63
230V
A
11,5
14,5
18
18
24
30
40
50
62
62
240V
A
11
14
18
18
24
32
40
50
62
62
380-400V
A
10
14
18
18
24
32
40
50
62
62
415V
A
9
14
18
18
23
30
37
45
60
60
440V
A
9
14
18
18
23
30
37
45
55
55
500V
A
9
12
16
16
17,5
21
21
33
42
42
40
660V
A
7
9
9
9
17
20
20
31
40
690V
A
6,5
8,5
8,5
8,5
17
20
20
31
40
40
1000V
A
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Motor Contactor
J7KN
39
Main Contacts
Type
J7KN-10
J7KN-14
J7KN-18
J7KN-22
J7KN-24
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
J7KN-50
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
Utilization category AC4
Switching of squirrel cage motors, inching
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
50-60Hz
220-230V
kW
3
4
5
5
6
8,5
11
12,5
18,5
18,5
240V
kW
3
4
5
5
7
9
11,5
13,5
19
19
380-400V
kW
4
5,5
7,5
7,5
11
15
18,5
22
30
30
415V
kW
4,5
6
8,5
8,5
12
16
20
24
33
33
440V
kW
4,5
6
8,5
8,5
12
16
20
24
33
33
500V
kW
5,5
7,5
10
10
15
18,5
18,5
30
37
37
660-690V
kW
5,5
7,5
10
10
1000V
kW
-
-
-
uncompensated and serial compensated
A
20
20
25
25
parallel compensated
A
7
9
9
9
dual-connection
A
22,5
22,5
28
uncompensated
A
12
15
parallel compensated
A
7
9
uncompensated
A
22,5
parallel compensated
A
7
Mixed light lamps*4
A
A
15
18,5
18,5
30
37
37
-
-
-
-
-
-
40
52
64
88
96
104
18
22
22
30
40
45
28
45
58
72
98
108
117
19
19
30
39
48
66
72
78
9
9
18
22
22
30
40
45
25
28
28
45
58
72
99
108
117
9
9
9
18
22
22
30
40
45
20
20
25
25
40
52
64
88
96
104
12,5
12,5
12,5
12,5
25
31
31
43
56
56
30
Utilization category AC 5a
Switching of gas discharge lamps
Rated operational current Ie per pole at 220/230V
Fluorescent lamps,
Metal halide lamps*2,
Mercury-vapour lamps*3,
Utilization category AC 5b
Switching of incandescent lamps*5
Rated operational current Ie per pole at 220/230V
Utilization category AC 6a
Transformer primary switching
at inrush
n
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
Rated operational current Ie
400V
A
4,5
5,5
7,5
7,5
10,5
13,5
13,5
20
27
33
Rated operational power
dependent on inrush n
220-230V
kVA
1,8
2,2
3
3
4,2
5,4
5,4
8
10,7
13
For different inrush-factors x
use the following formula:
Px=Pn*(n/x)
240V
kVA
1,9
2,3
3,1
3,1
4,3
5,6
5,6
8,3
11,2
13,5
380-400V
kVA
3,1
3,8
5,2
5,2
7,3
9,3
9,3
13,5
18,5
22,5
415-440V
kVA
3,4
4,2
5,7
5,7
8
10,2
10,2
15
20,5
25
500V
kVA
3,9
4,8
6,5
6,5
9
11,5
11,5
17
23
28
660-690V
kVA
5,4
6,5
9
9
12,5
16
16
24
32
39
k
35
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
Utilization category AC 6b
Switching of three-phase capacitor banks
Maximum inrush current (peak value) as multiple k of the capacitor
rated current
Rated operational current Ie
500V
A
8
12
15,5
15,5
23
32
32
45
60
70
Rated operational power
(sin
1)
220-230V
kVAr 3
4,5
6
6
8,5
12
12
17
24
28
240V
kVAr 3,5
5
6,5
6,5
9,5
13
13
18,5
25
29
380-400V
kVAr 5
7,5
10
10
15
20
20
29
39
46
415-440V
kVAr 5,5
8
11
11
16
22
22
32
43
50
500V
kVAr 7
10
13
13
20
26
26
39
50
58
660-690V
kVAr 7
10
13
13
20
26
26
40
50
58
For different multiples x
use the following formula:
Px=Pk*(k/x)
Switching of detuned capacitors
Rated operational current Ie
690V
A
13
18
20
28
36
42
48
72
105 1)
Rated operational power
220-230V
kVAr 2,9
5
7
7,5
11
14
16
20
28
33
240V
kVAr 3,1
5,4
7
8
11
14
17
20
28
36
380-400V
kVAr 5
9
12,5
13
20
25
27,5
33,3
50
75 1)
415-440V
kVAr 5,5
9,5
13
14
22
27
30
36
53
75 1)
500V
kVAr 6
11
15
17
25
30
36
40
60
75
660-690V
kVAr 8
15
20
22
33
41
48
55
82
100
8
Utilization category DC1
Switching of resistive load
Time constant L/R 1ms
Rated operational current Ie
40
1 pole24V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
60V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
110V A
6
6
6
6
10
10
10
12
12
12
220V A
0,8
0,8
0,8
0,8
1,4
1,4
1,4
1,4
1,4
1,4
3 poles in series 24V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
60V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
110V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
220V A
16
20
20
20
30
35
35
63
80
80
Motor Contactor J7KN
Main Contacts
Type
J7KN-10
J7KN-14
J7KN-18
J7KN-22
J7KN-24
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
J7KN-50
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
Utilization category DC3 and DC5
Switching of shunt motors and series motors
Time constant L/R 15ms
Rated operational current Ie
1 pole24V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
6
6
6
6
30
30
30
60
60
60
110V A
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,8
1,8
1,8
1,8
1,8
1,8
220V A
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,25
0,25
0,25
3 poles in series 24V A
20
25
32
32
50
65
80
110
120
130
60V A
20
25
32
32
40
40
40
80
80
80
60V A
110V A
20
20
20
20
40
40
40
80
80
80
220V A
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,5
4
4
4
5
5
5
open °C
-40 to +60 (+90)*6
Maximum ambient temperature
Operation
enclosed °C
with thermal overload relay
-40 to +40
open °C
-25 to +60
enclosed
°C
-25 to +40
Storage
°C
-50 to +90
Short circuit protection
for contactors without thermal overload relay
Coordination-type "1" according to IEC 947-4-1
Contact welding without
hazard of persons
max. fuse size
gL (gG) A
63
63
63
63
80
80
80
160
160
160
gL (gG) A
25
35
35
35
50
50
50
100
125
125
gL (gG) A
16
16
16
16
25
35
35
50
63
63
Coordination-type “2” according to IEC 947-4-1
Light contact welding accepted
max. fuse size
Contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
For contactors with thermal overload relay the device with
the smaller admissible backup fuse (contactor or thermal
overload relay) determines the fuse size.
Cable cross-sections
for contactors without thermal overload relay
main connector
solid or stranded mm² 0,75 - 6
1,5 - 25
flexible mm² 1 - 4
flexible with multicore cable end mm² 0,75 - 4
Cables per clamp
2
solid or stranded mm² 6+(1-6) / 4+(0,75-4)
2,5+(0,75-2,5) / 1,5+(0,75-1,5)
flexible mm² 6+(1,5-6) / 4+(1-4)
Cables per clamp
main connector
10 - 35
1,5 - 16
6 - 35
1
1
16+(2,5-6) / 10+(4-10)
50+4 / 35+6 / 25+(6-16)
6+(4-6) / 4+(2,5-4)
16+(6-16) / 10+(6-16)
16+(2,5-6) / 10+(4-10)
50+(4-10) / 35+(4-16)
2,5+(0,75-2,5) / 1,5+(0,75-1,5)
6+(4-6) / 4+(2,5-4)
25+(4-25) / 16+(4-16)
2
2
2
solid AWG 18 - 10
flexible AWG 18 - 10
Cables per clamp
4 - 50
2,5 - 16
2
16 - 10
12 - 10
14 - 4
10 - 0
1
1
solid AWG 10+(16-10) / 12+(18-12)
10+(16-10) / 12+(18-12)
10+(12-10) / 12+12
14+(18-14) / 16+(18-16)
14+(18-14) / 16+(18-16)
flexible AWG 10+(14-10) / 12+(18-12)
Cables per clamp
4+(18-12) / 6+(18-8)
1+(12-10) / 2+(8-12)
14+(18-14) / 16+(18-16)
8+(18-8) / 10+(18-12)
3+(12-8) / 4+(10-6)
2
2
2
Frequency of operations z
Contactors without thermal overload relay
without load 1/h
10000
10000
10000
7000
7000
7000
7000
7000
7000
AC3, Ie
1/h 600
10000
600
600
600
600
600
600
400
400
400
AC4, Ie
1/h 120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
DC3, Ie
1/h 600
600
600
600
600
600
600
400
400
400
Mechanical life
AC operated
S x 106
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
DC operated
S x 106
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
S x 106
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
-
-
-
10s-current
A 96
120
144
176
184
240
296
360
504
592
W 0,21
0,35
0,5
0,75
0,7
1,3
2
2,2
3,9
5,5
DC solenoid operated
Short time current
Power loss per pole
at Ie/AC3 400V
Resistance to shock acc. to IEC 68-2-27
Shock time 20ms sine-wave
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
NO g
10
10
10
10
8
8
8
8
8
8
NC g
6
6
6
6
-
-
-
-
-
-
Suitable at 690V for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV.
Data for other conditions on request.
Metal halide lamps and sodium-vapour lamps (high- and low-pressure lamps)
High-pressure lamps
Blended lamps, containing a mercury high-pressure unit and a tungsten helix in a flourescent glass bulb (daylight lamps)
Current inrush approx. 16 x Ie
With reduced control voltage range 0,9 up to 1,0 x Us and with reduced rated current Ie/AC1 according to Ie/AC3
Motor Contactor
J7KN
41
Main Contacts
Type J7KN-85
J7KN-110
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KN-200
Rated insulation voltage Ui *1
V AC 750
750
690
690
690
Making capacity Ieff
1100
1200
1500
1800
1700
Breaking capacity Ieff
at Ue = 690V AC A
400V AC A
950
1100
1200
1400
1600
J7KN-10 to J7KN-22 cosϕ = 0,65
500V AC A
850
1000
1200
1400
1600
J7KN-24 to J7KN-72 cosϕ = 0,35
690V AC A
600
600
700
800
1200
-
-
-
-
-
1000V AC A
Utilization category AC1
Switching of resistive load
Rated operational current Ie (=Ith) at 40°C, open
Rated operational power
of three-phase resistive loads
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
150
170
230
250
350
220V kW
A
57
64
87
95
133
230V kW
59
67
91
99
139
240V kW
62
70
95
103
145
380V kW
98
111
151
164
230
400V kW
103
117
159
173
242
415V kW
107
122
165
179
251
440V kW
114
129
175
190
266
500V kW
130
147
199
216
303
660V kW
171
194
262
285
400
690V kW
179
203
274
298
418
-
-
398
433
-
1000V kW
Rated operational current Ie (=Ithe) at 60°C, enclosed A
100
125
180
200
280
Rated operational power
of three-phase resistive loads
50-60Hz, cosϕ = 1
220V kW
38
47
68
76
106
230V kW
40
49
71
79
111
240V kW
41
52
74
83
116
380V kW
65
82
118
131
184
400V kW
69
86
124
138
193
415V kW
71
89
129
143
201
440V kW
71
95
137
152
213
500V kW
86
108
155
173
242
660V kW
114
142
205
228
320
690V kW
119
149
215
239
334
-
-
-
-
-
70
95
120
185
1000V kW
mm² 50
Minimum cross-section of conductor
at load with Ie (=Ith)
Utilization category AC2 and AC3
Switching of three-phase motors
Rated operational current Ie
open and enclosed
220V A
85
110
150
175
210
230V A
85
110
150
175
210
240V A
85
110
150
175
210
380-400V A
85
110
150
175
210
415V A
85
110
150
175
210
440V A
85
110
150
175
210
500V A
60
60
150
175
210
57,5
57,5
120
140
150
-
-
60
70
-
660-690V A
1000V A
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
50-60Hz
220-230V kW
25
33
40
50
60
240V kW
27
35
45
55
65
380-400V kW
45
55
75
90
110
415V kW
49
63
80
95
115
440V kW
49
63
85
100
125
500V kW
55
75
90
100
132
660-690V kW
55
55
110
132
132
-
-
75
90
-
1000V kW
Utilization category AC4
Switching of squirrel cage motors, inching
Rated operational current Ie (=Ith)
open and enclosed
42
220V
A
85
98
55
63
85
230V
A
85
98
55
63
85
240V
A
85
98
55
63
85
380-400V
A
85
85
55
63
85
415V
A
85
85
55
63
85
440V
A
85
85
55
63
85
500V
A
85
85
-
-
-
660V
A
60
60
-
-
-
690V
A
57,5
57,5
-
-
-
1000V
A
-
-
-
-
-
Motor Contactor J7KN
Main Contacts
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
50-60Hz
220-230V
Type J7KN-85
J7KN-110
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KN-200
kW
30
15
18,5
25
25
240V
kW
27
32
15,5
19
26
380-400V
kW
45
45
25
30
45
415V
kW
49
49
25
33
45
440V
kW
49
49
30
34
48
500V
kW
55
55
25
30
55
660-690V
kW
55
55
25
30
55
1000V
kW
-
-
-
-
-
uncompensated and serial compensated
A
100
120
120
140
180
parallel compensated
A
55
70
85
100
120
dual-connection
A
112
144
120
140
180
Utilization category AC 5a
Switching of gas discharge lamps
Rated operational current Ie per pole at 220/230V
Fluorescent lamps,
Metal halide lamps*2,
uncompensated
A
85
90
95
110
140
parallel compensated
A
55
70
75
85
110
Mercury-vapour lamps*3,
uncompensated
A
112
144
120
140
180
parallel compensated
A
55
70
75
85
110
Mixed light lamps*4
A
100
120
100
120
160
A
69
75
100
120
160
Utilization category AC5b
Switching of incandescent lamps*5
Rated operational current Ie per pole at 220/230V
Utilization category AC6a
Transformer primary switching
at inrush
n
30
30
30
30
30
A
38
50
65
80
90
Rated operational current Ie
400V
Rated operational power
dependent on inrush n
220-230V
kVA
15
20
25
30
34
240V
kVA
15,5
20,5
27
33
37
380-400V
kVA
26
34
45
55
60
415-440V
kVA
29
38
46
57
63
500V
kVA
33
43
55
69
75
45
60
56
69
100
k
20
20
20
20
15
87
195
For different inrush-factors x
use the following formula:
Px=Pn*(n/x)
660-690V
Utilization category AC6b
Switching of three-phase capacitor banks
Maximum inrush current (peak value) as multiple k of the capacitor
rated current
Rated operational current Ie
500V
A
100
120
155
Rated operational power
(sin
1)
220-230V
kVAr 33
38
45
60
75
240V
kVAr 36
42
52
62
78
380-400V
kVAr 57
65
80
100
130
415-440V
kVAr 60
70
95
110
135
500V
kVAr 70
80
100
130
170
660-690V
kVAr 70
80
100
130
170
Rated operational current Ie
690V
A
105
115
140
200
Rated operational power
220-230V
kVAr 35
40
43
53
76
240V
kVAr 39
43
45
55
80
For different multiples x
use the following formula:
Px=Pk*(k/x)
Switching of detuned capacitors
98
380-400V
kVAr 68
75
75
90
130
415-440V
kVAr 71
77
80
100
140
500V
kVAr 85
90
95
120
170
660-690V
kVAr 110
120
125
150
200
Utilization category DC1
Switching of resistive load
Time constant L/R 1ms
Rated operational current Ie
1 pole24V A
150
170
-
-
-
60V A
150
170
-
-
-
110V A
20
25
-
-
-
220V A
2
2,5
-
-
-
3 poles in series 24V A
150
170
-
-
-
60V A
150
170
-
-
-
110V A
150
170
-
-
-
220V A
100
160
-
-
-
Motor Contactor
J7KN
43
Main Contacts
Type J7KN-85
J7KN-110
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KN-200
Utilization category DC3 and DC5
Switching of shunt motors and series motors
Time constant L/R 15ms
Rated operational current Ie
1 pole24V A
150
170
-
-
-
60V A
85
110
-
-
-
110V A
2
2,5
-
-
-
220V A
0,5
0,5
-
-
-
3 poles in series 24V A
150
170
-
-
-
60V A
100
110
-
-
-
110V A
100
110
-
-
-
220V A
7
8
-
-
-
open °C
Maximum ambient temperature
-40 to +60 (+90)*6
-25 to +55 (+70)*7
enclosed °C
-40 to +40
-25 to +40
Operation
with thermal overload relay
open °C
-25 to +60
-25 to +55
enclosed
°C
-25 to +40
-25 to +40
Storage
°C
-50 to +90
-55 to +80
Short circuit protection
for contactors without thermal overload relay
Coordination-type "1" according to IEC 947-4-1
Contact welding without hazard of persons
max. fuse size
gL (gG) A
250
250
250
315
400
gL (gG) A
160
200
200
250
315
gL (gG) A
100
125
160
200
250
10 - 70*8
95
120
185
16 - 50*8
screw
screw
screw
10 - 35
M8
M8
M8
Coordination-type “2” according to IEC 947-4-1
Light contact welding accepted
max. fuse size
Contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
For contactors with thermal overload relay the device with
the smaller admissible backup fuse (contactor or thermal
overload relay) determines the fuse size.
Cable cross-sections
for contactors without thermal overload relay
solid or stranded mm² 10 - 70*8
main connector
flexible mm² 6 - 50*8
flexible with multicore cable end mm² 10 - 35
Cables per clamp
solid or stranded mm²
flexible mm²
Cables per clamp
main connector
solid AWG 10
flexible AWG 6 - 0
Cables per clamp
10
6-0
1
1
solid AWG
flexible AWG
Cables per clamp
Frequency of operations z
Contactors without thermal overload relay
without load 1/h
3000
3000
1200
1200
1200
AC3, Ie 1/h
300
300
-
-
-
AC4, Ie 1/h
120
120
-
-
-
DC3, Ie 1/h
300
300
-
-
-
AC operated
S x 106
5
5
10
10
8
DC operated
S x 106
5
5
10
10
8
10s-current A
680
880
1200
1400
1800
at Ie/AC3 400V W
4,3
6,0
8
11
8
NO g
7
7
-
-
-
NC g
5
5
-
-
-
Mechanical life
Short time current
Power loss per pole
Resistance to shock acc. to IEC 68-2-27
Shock time 20ms sine-wave
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
44
Suitable at 690V for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry):
Uimp = 8kV. Data for other conditions on request.
Metal halide lamps and sodium-vapour lamps (high- and low-pressure lamps)
High-pressure lamps
Blended lamps, containing a mercury high-pressure unit and a tungsten helix in a flourescent glass bulb
(daylight lamps)
Current inrush approx. 16 x Ie
With reduced control voltage range 0,9 up to 1,0 x Us and with reduced rated current Ie/AC1 according to Ie/AC3
With reduced control voltage range 1,0 x Us and with reduced rated current Ie/AC1 according to Ie/AC3
Maximum cable cross-section with prepared conductor
Motor Contactor J7KN
Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, EN 60947-4-1, VDE 0660
Auxiliary Contacts
Type J7KN-10
J7KN-14
J7KN-18
J7KN-22
J7KN-24
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
J7KN-50
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
V~
690
690
690
-
-
-
-
-
-
690
Thermal rated current Ith to 690V
Ambient temperature
40°C A
16
16
16
16
-
-
-
-
-
-
60°C A
12
12
12
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
220-240V A
12
12
12
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
380-415V A
4
4
4
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
440V A
4
4
4
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
500V A
3
3
3
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
660-690V A
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
Utilization category DC13
60V A
8
8
8
8
-
-
-
-
-
-
110V A
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
220V A
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
-
-
-
-
-
-
gL (gG) A
25
25
25
25
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rated operational current Ie
Short circuit protection
short-circuit current 1kA,
contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
For contactors with thermal overload relay the device with
the smaller admissible control fuse (contactor or thermal
overload relay) determines the fuse.
Control Circuit
Power consumption of coils
AC operated
inrush VA
33-45
90-115
sealed VA
7-10
9-13
13-18
2,6-3
2,7-4
5,4-7
W
DC operated
140-165
inrush W
75
140
200
sealed W
2
2
6
DC solenoid operated
inrush W
3
4
-
(J7KNG-types)
sealed W
3
4
-
AC operated
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
DC operated
0,8-1,1
0,8-1,1
0,8-1,1
12-28
Operation range of coils
in multiples of control voltage Us
Switching time at control voltage Us ±10%*2,*3
AC operated
DC operated
DC solenoid operated
make time ms
8-16
10-25
release time ms
5-13
8-15
8-15
arc duration ms
10-15
10-15
10-15
12-23
make time ms
8-12
10-20
release time ms
8-13
10-15
10-18
arc duration ms
10-15
10-15
10-15
make time ms
65-85
65-85
-
release time ms
20-30*4
20-30*4
-
arc duration ms
10-15
10-15
-
Cable cross-section
Auxiliary connector
solid mm² 0,75-6
flexible mm² 1-4
flexible with multicore cable end
Magnet coil
Clamps per pole
Auxiliary connector
Magnet coil
Clamps per pole
*1
*2
*3
*4
mm² 0,75-4
-
-
-
-
-
-
0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
flexible mm² 0,5-2,5
0,5-2,5
0,5-2,5
flexible with multicore cable end mm² 0,5-1,5
0,5-1,5
0,5-1,5
2
2
solid AWG 18 - 10
-
-
flexible AWG 18 - 10
-
-
solid mm² 0,75-2,5
2
solid AWG 14 - 12
14 - 12
14 - 12
flexible AWG 18 - 12
18 - 12
18 - 12
2
2
2
Suitable for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV. Data for other conditions on request
Total breaking time = release time + arc duration
Values for delay of the release time of the making contact and the make time of the break contact will be increased, if magnet coils are
protected against voltage peaks (varistor, RC-unit, diode-unit)
with integrated suppressor
Motor Contactor
J7KN
45
Auxiliary Contacts
Type J7KN-85
J7KN-110
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KN-200
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
V~
690
690
690
690
690
Thermal rated current Ith to 690V
Ambient temperature
40°C A
16
16
10
10
10
60°C A
12
12
-
-
-
220-240V A
12
12
3
3
3
380-415V A
6
6
2
2
2
440V A
6
6
1,5
1,5
1,5
500V A
4
4
1,5
1,5
1,5
660-690V A
2
2
1
1
1
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
Utilization category DC13
Rated operational current Ie
60V A
8
8
-
-
-
110V A
1
1
0,5
0,5
1
220V A
0,1
0,1
0,2
0,2
0,5
gL (gG) A
25
25
10
10
10
inrush VA
280-350
350-420
350
350
700
sealed VA
16 -23
23 -29
5
5
20
4-6
6-7,3
-
-
-
Short circuit protection
short-circuit current 1kA,
contact welding not accepted
max. fuse size
For contactors with thermal overload relay the device with
the smaller admissible control fuse (contactor or thermal
overload relay) determines the fuse.
Control Circuit
Power consumption of coils
AC operated
W
DC operated
inrush W
170
320
350
350
700
sealed W
2
4
5
5
20
Operation range of coils
in multiples of control voltage Us
AC operated
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
DC operated
0,8-1,1
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
0,85-1,1
Switching time at control voltage Us ±10%*2,*3
AC operated
make time ms
DC operated
13-30
30-60
30-60
40-60
release time ms
8-15
30-80
30-80
15-45
arc duration ms
10-15
-
-
make time ms
20-30
-
-
-
release time ms
10-18
-
-
-
arc duration ms
10-15
-
-
-
Cable cross-section
Auxiliary connector
flexible with multicore cable end
Magnet coil
solid mm² 0,75-2,5
-
0,75-2,5
flexible mm² 0,75-2,5
-
0,75-2,5
mm² 0,5-1,5
solid mm² 0,75-2,5
flexible mm² 0,5-2,5
flexible with multicore cable end mm² 0,5-1,5
Clamps per pole
14 - 12
Auxiliary connector
Magnet coil
*1
*2
*3
46
1-2,5
1-2,5
16 - 12
solid AWG 18 - 12
-
16 - 12
flexible AWG 14 - 12
-
16 - 12
solid AWG 18 - 12
flexible AWG 2
Clamps per pole
-
0,75-2,5
16 - 12
2
0,75-2,5
Suitable for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree 3
(standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV. Data for other conditions on request
Total breaking time = release time + arc duration
Values for delay of the release time of the making contact and the make time of the
break contact will be increased, if magnet coils are protected against voltage peaks
(varistor, RC-unit, diode-unit)
Motor Contactor J7KN
Contactors for North America
Data according to UL508
Main Contacts (cULus)
Type J7KN-10
J7KN-14
J7KN-18
J7KN-22
J7KN-24
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
J7KN-50
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
Rated operational current
"General Use"
A
25
30
30
50
65
80
110
120
130
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
at 60Hz (3ph)
110-120V hp
200V hp
25
1½
2
2
3
5
5
7½
10
10
10
3
3
5
5
7½
10
10
15
20
25
220-240V hp
3
3
7½
7½
10
10
15
20
25
30
277V hp
3
5
7½
7½
7½
10
15
20
25
30
380-415V hp
5
5
10
10
10
15
20
25
30
40
440-480V hp
5
7½
10
15
15
20
25
30
40
50
550-600V hp
7½
10
15
20
20
25
30
40
50
50
110-120V hp
½
¾
1
1½
1½
2
3
3
5
7½
of AC motors
200V hp
1
1,5
2
3
3
5
7½
7½
10
15
at 60Hz (1ph)
220-240V hp
Rated operational power
Rated operational power of
three-phase motors at 60Hz (3ph)
for elevators
1½
2
3
3
5
5
7½
10
15
15
277V hp
2
3
3
5
5
7½
10
10
15
15
380-415V hp
3
3
5
5
5
7½
10
15
20
20
440-480V hp
3
5
5
7½
7½
10
15
20
25
25
550-600V hp
3
5
7½
10
10
15
20
25
30
30
110-120V hp
-
-
-
-
2
3
-
3
5
-
200V hp
-
-
-
-
3
5
-
7½
10
-
220-240V hp
-
-
-
-
5
7½
-
7½
10
-
440-480V hp
-
-
-
-
10
15
-
20
25
-
550-600V hp
-
-
-
-
10
20
-
25
30
-
-
-
-
-
15
22
-
27
37
-
30
40
50
50
90
125
175
175
225
250
Demands according to ANSI A17.5
(500.000 operations)
Rated operationalcurrent
Fuses
600V A
A
Suitable for use on a capability
of delivering not more than
(SCCR)
rms A
V
Auxiliary Contacts (cULus)
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
A600
A600
A600
A600
-
-
-
-
-
-
Main Contacts (cULus)
Type J7KN-85
J7KN-110
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KN-200
Rated operational current
"General Use"
A
125
180
220
-
Rated operational power
of three-phase motors
at 60Hz (3ph)
110-120V hp
200V hp
15
-
-
-
-
-
30
40
50
-
35
40
50
60
-
277V hp
-
-
-
-
-
380-415V hp
-
-
-
-
-
440-480V hp
65
75
100
125
-
550-600V hp
85
100
125
150
-
110-120V hp
8
10
15
25
-
of AC motors
200V hp
-
20
-
-
-
at 60Hz (1ph)
220-240V hp
Rated operational power
Rated operational power of
three-phase motors at 60Hz (3ph)
for elevators
220-240V hp
125
20
20
25
30
-
277V hp
-
-
-
-
-
380-415V hp
-
-
-
-
-
440-480V hp
-
50
-
-
-
550-600V hp
-
60
-
-
-
110-120V hp
-
-
-
-
-
200V hp
-
-
-
-
-
220-240V hp
-
-
-
-
-
Demands according to ANSI A17.5
(500.000 operations)
Rated operationalcurrent
Fuses
440-480V hp
-
-
-
-
-
550-600V hp
-
-
-
-
-
600V A
-
62
-
-
-
A
-
300
300
500
-
Suitable for use on a capability
of delivering not more than
(SCCR)
Auxiliary Contacts (cULus)
rms A
V
10000
10000
10000
10000
-
600
600
600
600
-
A600
A600
-
-
-
Motor Contactor
J7KN
47
Contactors
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, EN 60947-4-1, VDE 0660
Contact Life
For selection of the suitable contactor-type according to supply voltage, power rating and application (utilization category AC1, AC3 or
AC4) use contact life characteristic diagram.
For contactors frequently used under AC3/AC4-mixed service conditions calculate contact life with the formula:
AC3
M = --------------------------------------------------------%AC4 ⎛ AC3
1 + ----------------- x ⎝ ----------- – 1⎞⎠
100
AC4
For the most common supply voltages four scales of power ratings Pn
are provided for each utilization category.
Select contactor-type according to utilization category AC3 (breaking
current Ia = Ie) using the motor rating scales to the right, according
to utilization category AC4 (breaking current Ia = 6 x Ie) using the
motor rating scales to the left.*1
Select contactor-type according to utilization category AC1 (breaking
current Ia = Ie/AC1) using the breaking current scale.*1
M = Contact life (switching cycles) for AC3/AC4-mixed operations
AC3 = Contact life (switching cycles) for AC3 operations (normal switching
conditions). Breaking current Ia = rated motor current In.
AC4 = Contact life (switching cycles) for AC4 operations (inching).
Breaking current Ia= multiples of rated motor current In.
%AC4 = Percents of AC4-operations related to the total cycles.
1.
Pay attention to the approved rated values of the selected
contactor according to the national approvals
Motor Rating
Pn/AC4
Motor Rating
Pn/AC3
Breaking Current
Ia (=Ie/AC1)
A
J7KN-74
J7KN-62
J7KN-50
J7KN-40
J7KN-32
J7KN-24
J7KN-22
J7KN-18
J7KN-14
J7KN-12
J7KN-10
J7KN-09
millions of operations
Motor Rating
Pn/AC4
Motor Rating
Pn/AC3
Breaking Current
Ia (=Ie/AC1)
A
J7KN-200
J7KN-175
J7KN-150
J7KN-110
J7KN-85
millions of operations
48
Motor Contactor J7KN
Contactors
Utilization Categories
For easier choice of devices and in order to make the comparison of
different products simplier are utilization categories for contactors and
motor-starters according to IEC 947-4-1 and VDE 0660 Part 102 ,for
Type of Cate- Typical applications
current gory
Rated operational
current
Test conditions for the number of
on-load operating cycles
Alternating Current
Make
Test conditions for
making and breaking capacities
Break
Make
Break
Ic/Ie
Ur/Ue
cos
AC1
Non-inductive or
all values
slightly inductive loadsresistance furnaces
1
1
0.95
1
1
0.95
1.5
1.05
0.8
1.5
1.05
0.8
AC2
Slip-ring motors:
starting, switching off
2.5
1
0.65
2.5
1
0.65
4
1.05
0.65
4
1.05
0.65
AC3
Squirrel-cage motors:
17A< Ie
starting, switching off moIe
tors during running
Ie>
17A
0.45
Squirrel-cage motors:
17A< Ie
starting, plugging, inching
Ie
AC4
all values
Ie>
I/Ie
U/Ue
cos
Ic/Ie
Ur/Ue
cos
I/Ie
U/Ue
cos
6
1
0.65
1
0.17
0.65
10
1.05
0.45
8
1.05
100A 6
1
0.35
1
0.17
0.35
10
1.05
0.45
8
1.05
0.45
100A 6
1
0.35
1
0.17
0.35
10
1.05
0.35
8
1.05
0.35
17A
0.45
6
1
0.65
6
1
0.65
12
1.05
0.45
10
1.05
100A 6
1
0.35
6
1
0.35
12
1.05
0.45
10
1.05
0.45
100A 6
1
0.35
6
1
0.35
12
1.05
0.35
10
1.05
0.35
AC5a Switching of electric discharge lamp controls
all values
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
1.05
0.45
3
1.05
0.45
AC5b Switching of incandescent lamps
all values
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.5
1.05
1)
4
1.05
1)
AC6a Switching of transformers
AC6b Switching of capacitor
banks
Ie
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
4.5
1.05
0.45
3.6
1.05
0.45
Ie>
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
4.5
1.05
0.35
3.6
1.05
0.35
-
-
-
-
-
-
2)
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.5
1.05
0.8
1.5
1.05
0.8
0.45
-
AC7a Slightly inductive loads in all values
household appliances
and similar applications
2)
AC7b Motor loadsfor household
applications
Ie
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
8
1.05
0.45
6
1.05
Ie>
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
8
1.05
0.35
6
1.05
0.35
AC8a Hermetic refrigerant compressor motor control with
manualresetting of overload releases
Ie
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
6
1.05
0.45
6
1.05
0.45
Ie>
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
6
1.05
0.35
6
1.05
0.35
AC8b Hermetic refrigerant compressor motor control with
automatic resetting of
overload releases
Ie
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
6
1.05
0.45
6
1.05
0.45
Ie>
100A -
-
-
-
-
-
6
1.05
0.35
6
1.05
0.35
AC12 Control of resistive loads all values
and solid state loads with
isolation by opto couplers
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
0.9
1
1
0.9
AC13 Control of solid state
loads with transformer
isolation
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
1.1
0.65
1.1
1.1
0.65
AC14 Control of small electro- magnetic loads (<=72VA)
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
1.1
0.7
6
1.1
0.7
AC15 Control of
electromagnetic load
(>72VA)
10
1
0.7
1
1
0.4
10
1.1
0.3
10
1.1
0.3
all values
-
Make
Direct Current
control circuit devices and switching elements according to IEC 947-51 and VDE 0660 Part 200 determind. The table offers different utilization categories, typical applications and assorted test conditions.
L/R
Break
L/R
Make
L/R
Break
I/Ie
U/Ue
[ms]
Ic/Ie
Ur/Ue
[ms]
I/Ie
U/Ue
[ms]
Ic/Ie
Ur/Ue
L/R
[ms]
DC1
Non-inductive or
all values
slightly inductive loads resistance furnaces
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.05
1
1.5
1.05
1
DC3
Shunt-motors: starting,
all values
plugging, inching dynamic
braking of d.c. motors
2.5
1
2
2.5
1
2
4
1.05
2.5
4
1.05
2.5
DC5
Series-motors:
all values
starting, plugging, inching
dynamic braking of d.c.
motors
2.5
1
7.5
2.5
1
7.5
4
1.05
15
4
1.05
15
DC6
Switching of incandescent lamps
all values
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.5
1.05
1)
4
1.05
1)
DC12 Control of resistive loads all values
and solid state loads with
isolation by opto couplers
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
DC13 Control of electromagnets all values
1
1
DC14 Control of electromagnet- all values
ic loads having economy
resistors in circuit
-
-
300
-
1
1
-
-
300
-
1.1
1.1
10
1.1
300
15
1.1
1.1
10
1.1
300
15
U Rated operational voltage, U Voltage before make, U Recovery voltage, I Rated operational current, I Current make, I Current broken
e
r
e
c
1) Test with incandescent lamps
2) Test conditions according to standard
Motor Contactor
J7KN
49
Accessories
Data according to IEC 947-5-1, EN 60947-5-1, VDE 0660
Auxiliary Contacts
Type J73KN-B
J73KN-C
J73KN-D
J74KN-B-TP...
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
V~
690
690
690
10
690
Thermal rated current Ith to 690V
Ambient temperature
40°C A
10
10
60°C A
6
6
10
-
Frequency of operations z
1/h
3000
3000
3000
1200
Mechanical life
Sx
106
10
10
10
1
Power loss per pole at Ie/AC1
W
0,5
0,5
-
-
220-240V
A
3
3
3
4
380-400V
A
2
2
2
3
440V
A
1,6
1,6
1,5
2
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
500V
A
1,2
1,2
1,5
2
660-690V
A
0,6
0,6
1
2
2,5
Utilization category DC13
Rated operational current Ie
60V
A
2
2
-
110V
A
0,4
0,4
1
1,5
220V
A
0,1
0,1
0,5
0,2
gL (gG)
A
20
20
10
10
Short circuit protection
short-circuit current 1kA, contact
welding not accepted max. fuse
size
For contactors with thermal overload relay or auxiliary contacts the device with the smaller admissible control fuse
(contactor or thermal overload relay) determines the fuse
size.
Cable cross-sections
solid or stranded mm² 0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
1-2,5
flexible mm² 0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
0,75-2,5
flexible with multicore cable end mm² 0,5-1,5
Cables per clamp
*1
2
0,5-1,5
-
0,75-2,5
2
2
2
Suitable for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to IV, pollution degree
3 (standard-industry): Uimp = 8kV. Data for other conditions on request
Data according to CSA, UL and CUL
Auxiliary Contacts
Type J73KN-B
J73KN-C
J73KN-D
J74KN-B-TP...
Rated operational current
„General Use“
A
10
10
10
Rated operational voltage
10
max. V AC 600
Auxiliary Contacts
A600
600
600
600
A600
A600
A600
Contactors and Accessories
Wiring diagrams
Auxiliary contact blocks
J73KN-B-10
J73KN-B-01
Pneumatic timer
J73KN-C-11S
*1
(left side) (right side)
53 61 71 83
54 62
J73KN-D-11
*1
50
J73KN-D-11S
J73KN-D-22
Correct terminal marking is given by mounting
Motor Contactor J7KN
72 84
on-delayed
off-delayed
J74KN-B-TP...DA
J74KN-B-TP...IA
■ Dimensions
AC operated
DC operated
J7KN-10/14/18/22(-4)...
J7KN-10/14/18/22...D
45
35-36
82.5
78.5
59
49-50
Ø5
M3.5
6.5
50
J7KNG-10/14/18/22(-4)...D
45
35
111
107
89
80
Ø4.5
M3.5
6.5
79
J7KN-24/32/40...
10
J7KN-24/32/40...D
45
35
10
104.5
100.5
74
65
60
Ø4,5
M5
6.5
63
J7KNG-24/32/40...D
10
45
35
10
125
121
89
80
›4.5
M5
6.5
86
J7KN-50/62/74...
10
J7KN-50/62/74...D
60
50
10
113
109
110
100
95
Ø5.5
M6
7.5
68
Auxiliary contacts are optional
Motor Contactor
J7KN
51
AC and DC operated
J7KN-85...
J7KN-110...
J7KN-200...
J7KN-151...
J7KN-176...
12 x 70
Auxiliary contacts are optional
Pneumatic timer
J74KN-B-TP...
52
Motor Contactor J7KN
Auxiliary contact blocks
J74KN-A-VG
J74KN-D
150
65
11
4
23
28
J74KN-B-VG
J74KN-B-RC
10
24
19
100
J74KN-C
10
7
Motor Contactor
J7KN
53
Position of Terminals
AC operated
J7KN-10-10
to
J7KN-22-10
J7KN-10-01
to
J7KN-22-01
J7KN-24
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
J7KN-50
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
J7KN-85-22
J7KN-110-22
J7KN-24...D
J7KN-32...D
J7KN-40...D
J7KN-50...D
J7KN-62...D
J7KN-74...D
J7KN-85-21...D
J7KN-110-21...D
J7KNG-10-01
J7KNG-14-01
J7KNG-18-01
J7KNG-22-01
J7KNG-24
J7KNG-32
J7KNG-40
DC operated with double winding coil
J7KN-10-01...D
J7KN-14-01...D
J7KN-18-01...D
J7KN-22-01...D
J7KN-10-10...D
J7KN-14-10...D
J7KN-18-10...D
J7KN-22-10...D
AC and DC operated
DC operated
J7KN-200-21
J7KN-151
J7KN-176
J7KNG-10-10
J7KNG-14-10
J7KNG-18-10
J7KNG-22-10
A1
A2
1 L1
3 L2
5 L3
2 T1
4 T2
6 T3
A1
A2
Do not use/install these products before having read the applicable precautions as listed in Cat. No. J09-EN-01
available from www.europe.omron.com or on request from OMRON local sales office.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J06E-EN-01
54
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Motor Contactor J7KN
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
)
Thermal Overload Relay
• Direct and separate mounting
• Single phasing sensivity according to IEC 947-4-1
• Finger proof (BGV A2)
Accessories
• Busbar sets
• Set for single mounting
Approved Standards
Standard
Guide No (US,C)
UL
NKCR, NKCR7
IEC 947-4-1
VDE 0660
EN 60947-4-1
Ordering Information
■ Model Number Legend
1. Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN-#-###
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
Thermal Overload Relay
A:
for mini motor contactor and motor contactor (4-11 kW)
B:
for motor contactor (4-15 kW)
C:
for motor contactor (18.5 kW)
D:
for motor contactor (22-37 kW)
E:
for motor contactor (45-55 kW)
F:
for motor contactor (75-110 kW)
Setting range
18:
13-18 A
E18: 0.12-0.18 A
24:
17-24 A
E27: 0.18-0.27 A
32:
23-32 A
E4:
0.27-0.4 A
42:
28-42 A
E6:
0.4-0.6 A
52:
40-52 A
E9:
0.6-0.9 A
65:
52-65 A
1E2: 0.8-1.2 A
74:
60-74 A
1E8: 1.2-1.8 A
90:
60-90 A
2E7: 1.8-2.7 A
120:
80-120 A
4:
2.7-4 A
150:
100-150 A
6:
4-6 A
210:
140-220 A
9:
6-9 A
11:
8-11 A
14:
10-14 A
2. Accessories for Thermal Overload Relay
J74TK-##-###
1
2
3
1)
2)
3)
Accessories for Thermal Overload Relay
SM:
Single mounting for J7TKN-B Types (4-32 kW)
SU:
Busbar sets
M:
Single Mounting for J7TKN-A Types (4-11 kw)
176:
for J7TKN-F Types (75-90 kW)
200:
for J7TKN-F Types (110 kW)
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
55
■ System overview
Thermal Overload Relays for plug-in mounting
Setting Range
D.O.L.
Type
(A)
Star Delta
(A)
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
For contactors J7KNA-09..., J7KNA-12...
0.12
-
0.18
-
J7TKN-A-E18
1
0.10
0.18
-
0.27
-
J7TKN-A-E27
1
0.10
0.27
-
0.4
-
J7TKN-A-E4
1
0.10
0.4
-
0.6
-
J7TKN-A-E6
1
0.10
0.6
-
0.9
-
0.8
-
1.2
-
manual reset
J7TKN-A-E9
1
0.10
J7TKN-A-1E2
1
0.10
1.2
-
1.8
-
J7TKN-A-1E8
1
0.10
1.8
-
2.7
-
J7TKN-A-2E7
1
0.10
J7TKN-A-4
1
0.10
J7TKN-A-6
1
0.10
2.7
-
4
4
-
6
7
-
10.5
6
-
9
10.5
-
15.5
J7TKN-A-9
1
0.10
8
-
11
14
-
19
J7TKN-A-11
1
0.10
10
-
14
18
-
24
J7TKN-A-14
1
0.10
For contactors J7KN-10... to J7KN-40...
0.12
-
0.18
-
J7TKN-B-E18
1
0.14
0.18
-
0.27
-
J7TKN-B-E27
1
0.14
0.27
-
0.4
-
J7TKN-B-E4
1
0.14
0.4
-
0.6
-
J7TKN-B-E6
1
0.14
J7TKN-B-E9
1
0.14
J7TKN-B-1E2
1
0.14
J7TKN-B-1E8
1
0.14
0.6
-
0.9
-
0.8
-
1.2
-
1.2
-
1.8
-
manual and auto reset
1.8
-
2.7
-
J7TKN-B-2E7
1
0.14
2.7
-
4
-
J7TKN-B-4
1
0.14
4
-
6
7
-
10.5
J7TKN-B-6
1
0.14
6
-
9
10.5
-
15.5
J7TKN-B-9
1
0.14
8
-
11
14
-
19
J7TKN-B-11
1
0.14
10
-
14
18
-
24
J7TKN-B-14
1
0.14
13
-
18
23
-
31
J7TKN-B-18
1
0.14
17
-
24
30
-
41
J7TKN-B-24
1
0.14
23
-
32
40
-
55
J7TKN-B-32
1
0.14
48
-
73
J7TKN-C-42
1
0.30
For contactors J7KN-24... to J7KN-40...
28
-
42
manual and auto reset
For contactors J7KN-50...-J7KN-74...
40
-
52
70
-
90
J7TKN-D-52
1
0.40
52
-
65
90
-
112
J7TKN-D-65
1
0.40
60
-
74
104
-
128
J7TKN-D-74
1
0.40
manual and auto reset
56
Thermal Overload Relay J7TKN
Thermal Overload relays for separate mounting
Setting Range
D.O.L.
Type
(A)
Star Delta
(A)
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
For contactors J7KN-85... to J7KN-151...
60
-
90
104
-
156
J7TKN-E-90
1
0.90
80
-
120
140
-
207
J7TKN-E-120
1
0.90
manual reset
For contactors J7KN-176... to J7KN-200...
100
-
150
175
-
260
J7TKN-F-150
1
1.5
140
-
220
240
-
380
J7TKN-F-210
1
1.5
busbar sets
see accessories
manual reset
Accessories
Type
for overload relays
for contactors
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
Busbar Sets
J7TKN-F-150
J7KN-151, J7KN-176
J74TK-SU-176
1
0.6
J7TKN-F-210
J7KN-200
J74TK-SU-200
1
0.7
Type
Pack
Weight
pcs.
kg/pc.
1
1
0.035
0.035
busbars must be installed by users
Cable Cross-section to clamp (mm²)
for overload relay
solid or stranded
flex. with multicore
cable end
flexible
Sets for single mounting
J7TKN-A
J7TKN-B
0.75 0.75 -
6
6
0.75 0.75 -
4
4
0.5
0.5
-
4
4
J74TK-M
J74TK-SM
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
57
Specifications
■ Engineering data and Characteristics
Thermal Overload Relays, tripping times for selection to motors of protection degree EEx e
Relays With Standard Tripping Characteristic
Setting Range
Tripping time(in seconds) depending on the multiple of the current setting from cold condition (tolerance ±20% of the tripping time)
I /I
A
A
A
N
3
I /I
A
N
4
I /I
A
N
5
I /I
A
N
6
I /I
I /I
7,2
8
A
N
A
N
When selecting a standard overload, refer to the tripping curve.
Determine the values of the starting current ratio IA/IN and the time tE
which is marked on the label of the motor. The overload must trip
within the tE time, which means that the tripping curve from cold condition must be (20% due to tolerance) below the coordination point IA/
IN and the time tE.
IA= Starting current of motor
J7TKN-A-...
IN = Rated current of motor
0,12
- 0,18
18,5
10,4
7,2
5,5
4,3
3,6
0,18
- 0,27
16,7
9,8
6,5
5
4,1
3,5
0,27
- 0,4
19,4
12,1
8,2
5,9
4,9
4,2
0,4
- 0,6
18,7
11,2
8
6
4,9
4,1
0,6
- 0,9
19,7
11,6
8,1
6,1
4,9
4,2
0,8
- 1,2
22,9
13,6
10
7,3
6
5,2
1,2
- 1,8
22,2
13,2
9,2
7,6
5,8
5,3
1,8
- 2,7
23
13,7
9,3
7,6
5,7
5,1
5,1
2,7
- 4
24
14,4
9,9
7,8
5,9
4
- 6
24,7
13,8
9,9
7,3
5,6
4,8
6
- 9
22
13,4
8
5,7
4,1
3,5
8
- 11
17,4
9,2
5,9
4,1
2,9
2,3
10
- 14
26,4
12,9
7,6
5,2
3,5
2,8
3,7
tE = tE-time of motor
All tripping times of overload relays J7TKN-A are shorter than the
minimum values of the tE time for motors of protection degree EEx e
acc. to EN 50019 and therefore are suitable for all motors of protection degree EEx e. For these overload relays the selection on basis
of tripping curves is thereby not necessary.
Typical tripping
curve for overload
relay J7TKN-A
Minimum values of
tE time (motor)
acc. to EN50019
J7TKN-B-...
0,12
- 0,18
16,1
9,6
6,8
5,3
4,2
0,18
- 0,27
16,6
9,7
6,7
5,2
4,1
3,6
0,27
- 0,4
19,4
11,4
7,9
6,1
4,7
4,2
0,4
- 0,6
18,7
10,9
7,6
5,9
4,6
4,0
0,6
- 0,9
19,2
11,2
7,7
5,9
4,6
4,1
0,8
- 1,2
20,8
12,3
8,5
6,6
5,2
4,6
1,2
- 1,8
25,5
14,1
9,8
7,6
5,9
5,2
1,8
- 2,7
26,6
15,6
10,9
8,3
6,5
5,7
2,7
- 4
22,7
13,6
9,5
7,4
5,8
5,1
4
- 6
22,2
13,3
9,3
7,1
5,6
4,9
6
- 9
20,4
11,9
8,2
6,1
4,7
4,0
8
- 11
20,9
11,8
7,9
5,7
4,3
3,5
10
- 14
21,3
11,7
7,4
5,1
3,7
3,0
13
- 18
21,2
12,1
8,0
6,2
4,6
4,1
17
- 24
20,4
12
8,6
6,3
4,5
3,7
23
- 32
20,2
10,2
6,7
4,7
3,4
2,8
25,2
13,3
8
5,5
4
3,1
J7TKN-C-42
28
- 42
J7TKN-D-...
40
- 52
18,3
9,2
5,6
3,9
2,8
2,2
52
- 65
17,8
8,7
5,2
3,4
2,5
1,9
60
- 74
19,5
13,5
11
10
9,5
8,5
J7TKN-E-...
60
- 90
19,5
13,5
11
10
9,5
8,5
80
- 120
18
11
10
9
8,5
8
s
s
s
s
s
s
J7TKN-F-...
100
- 150
34
26
24
20,5
19
18
140
- 210
30
24
21
18,5
17
16
58
Thermal Overload Relay J7TKN
ratio IA/IN
Labels of tripping curves for each setting range, sized 148x105mm
(self-adhesive) are available on request.
Specify type and setting range.
Fuses for J7TKN-A; J7TKN-B; J7TKN-C; J7TKN-D; J7TKN-E; J7TKN-F
Type
Setting Range
Max. Fuse Size According to Coordination- Fuse UL
type
DOL
J7TKN-A
J7TKN-B
J7TKN-C
J7TKN-D
J7TKN-E
J7TKN-F
0.12
0.18
0.27
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.2
1.8
2.7
4
6
8
10
13
17
23
28
40
52
60
60
80
all ranges
"2"*1
quick
Star Delta
A
-
0.18
0.27
0.4
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.8
2.7
4
6
9
11
14
18
24
32
42
52
65
74
90
120
7
10.5
14
18
23
30
40
48
70
90
104
104
140
A
-
10.5
15.5
19
24
31
41
55
73
90
112
128
156
207
slow,
gL(gG)
"1"*1
slow,
gL(gG)
aM
A
A
A
A
0.5*2
0.5*2
25
1.0*2
25
1.0*2
2
2
25
2
2
25
4
4
25
4
4
25
2
6
6
25
2
10
10
25
4
16
10
25
4
20
16
25
6
35
25
35
10
35
25
35
16
50
35
63
16
50
35
63
20
63
50
63
25
80
63
80
35
100
80
150
50
160
100
150
63
160
125
150
80
160
125
150
80
For short circuit protecting overload relays
with current transformer use fuse according to the contactor of the combination.
A
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
25
30
40
50
60
70
110
200
250
250
300
-
Fuse UL
(SCCR)
Short
Circuit
Current
Rating
kA
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
-
*1) Coordination-type according to IEC 947-4-1:
„2“: Light contact welding accepted. Thermal overload relay must not be damaged.
„1“: Welding of contactor and damage of the thermal overload relay allowed.
*2) Miniature fuse
Tripping Characteristics for J7TKN-A, J7TKN-B, J7TKN-C, J7TKN-D
Detailed tripping times for each range see table page 58
with three-phase load
with two-pole load
Tripping time
min. s
Tripping time
min. s
Average value of
typical tolerance
curves from cold
condition
Typical tolerance
curve from cold
condition
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 70-80% of the
characteristic values
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 20-30% of the
characteristic values
K = Imax/Ie
Imax = max. phase current
Ie = max. scale value
F.L.C. multiplication factor
K
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
59
Tripping Characteristics for J7TKN-E
Detailed tripping times for each range see table page 58
with three-phase load
with two-pole load
Tripping time
min. s
Tripping time
min. s
Average value of
typical tolerance
curves from cold
condition
Typical tolerance
curve from cold
condition
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 70-80% of the
characteristic values
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 20-30% of the
characteristic values
K = Imax/Ie
Imax = max. phase current
Ie = max. scale value
F.L.C. multiplication factor
K
Tripping Characteristics for J7TKN-F
Detailed tripping times for each range see table page 58
with three-phase load
with two-pole load
Tripping time
min. s
Tripping time
min. s
Average value of
typical tolerance
curves from cold
condition
Typical tolerance
curve from cold
condition
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 70-80% of the
characteristic values
Proceeding from
service conditions
the times decrease
to 20-30% of the
characteristic values
K = Imax/Ie
Imax = max. phase current
Ie = max. scale value
F.L.C. multiplication factor
60
Thermal Overload Relay J7TKN
K
Position of Terminals
J7TKN-A
J7TKN-B
J7TKN-C; J7TKN-D
Thermal Overload Relays
Data according to IEC 947-4-1, IEC 947-5-1, VDE 0660, EN 60947-4-1, EN 60947-5-1
Type
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
V~
J7TKN-A
J7TKN-B
J7TKN-C
J7TKN-D
J7TKN-E
J7TKN-F
690
690
690
690
750
690
Permissible ambient temperature
operation
open
storage
°C
-25 to +60
°C
-50 to +70
Trip class according to IEC 947-4-1
10A
10A
10A
10A
20
20
mm² 0.75-6 +
0.75-2.5*2
0.75-6
0,75-10
4-35*2
*3
*4
flexible
mm² 0.75-4 +
0.5-2.5*2
1-4
0,75-6
6-25*2
flexible with multicore cable end
mm² 0.5-2.5 +
0.5-1.5
0.75-4
0.75-6
4-25
2
2
1
Cable cross-section
main connector
solid or stranded
Cables per clamp
number
1+1
solid
mm²
0.75-2.5*2
flexible
mm²
0.5-2.5*2
flexible with multicore cable end
mm²
0.5-1.5
auxiliary connector
Cables per clamp
number
2
Auxiliary contacts
Rated insulation voltage Ui*1
same potential
V~
690
690
690
690
690
690
different potential
V~
440
440
250
250
440
440
24V
A
5
3
4*5
4*5
5
5
230V
A
3
2
2.5
2.5
3
3
400V
A
2
1
1.5
1.5
2
2
690V
A
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1.2
Utilization category AC15
Rated operational current Ie
Utilization category DC13
Rated operational current Ie
24V
A
1.2
1
1.2
1.2
1.2
110V
A
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
220V
A
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
gL (gG)
A
6
4
6
6
6
6
A
to 23
all
28-42
52-65
all
-
Short circuit protection (without welding 1kA)
highest fuse rating
Setting range
Power loss per current path (max.)
minimum setting value
W
1.1
1.1
1.3
2.9
1.1
-
maximum setting value
W
2.3
2.3
3.3
4.5
2.5
-
*1) Suitable for: earthed-neutral systems, overvoltage category I to III, pollution degree 3 (standard-industry: Uimp = 4kV (at 440V), 6kV (at 690V).
Data for other conditions on request.
*2) Maximum cable cross-section with prepared conductor
*3) Without terminals, suitable for bushing one connector 70mm² (stranded) per phase
*4) Busbar sets see accessories page 57
*5) Switching capacity of the start contact: AC15 300VA, max. 1.5A, DC13 (max. 220V) 30W, max. 1.5A
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
61
Data according to CULUS
Type
J7TKN-A
J7TKN-B
J7TKN-C
J7TKN-D
J7TKN-E
Rated insulation voltage
V~
600
600
600
600
600
Rated current
A
23
32
42
74
85
Auxiliary contacts
Rated voltage
same potential
V AC 600
600
600
600
600
different potential
V~
150
150
150
150
150
Switching capacity AC
VA
500
500
600
600
600
of aux. contacts
A
4
2
4
4
4
Temperature Compensation
In case of higher ambient temperature use the following formula:
(Ambient temperature - 20) x 0.125 = correction factor in % of the
full load motor current
Example:
Ambient temperature 70°C, full load motor current 7A
(70 - 20) x 0.125 = 6.25%
Setting value: 7A + 6,25% = 7.44A
■ Dimensions
J7KNA-09 + J7TKN-A
J7KNA-12
J7KN-10 + J7TKN-B
J7KN-14
J7KN-18
J7KN-22
J7KNG-10 D+ J7TKN-B
J7KNG-14 D
J7KNG-18 D
J7KNG-22 D
J7KN-24 + J7TKN-B
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
62
Thermal Overload Relay J7TKN
J7KNG-24 + J7TKN-B
J7KNG-32
J7KN-24 + J7TKN-C
J7KN-32
J7KN-40
108
104
45
35
86
80
Ø4.5
64.5
149
M5
6.5
M3.5
M3.5
12
3
34
55
J7KNG-40 + J7TKN-C
5
J7KN-50 + J7TKN-D
J7KN-62
J7KN-74
120
104
45
35
86
80
›4.5
63
144
M5
M3.5
6.5
M5
M3.5
23
67
J7KN-85 + J7TKN-E
J7KN-110
68
72
J7KN-151 + J7TKN-F
J7KN-176
Thermal Overload Relay
J7TKN
63
J7KN-200 + J7TKN-F
Do not use/install these products before having read the applicable precautions as listed in Cat. No. J09-EN-01
available from www.europe.omron.com or on request from OMRON local sales office.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J07E-EN-01
64
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Thermal Overload Relay J7TKN
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
)
MPCB system (motor protection CLASS 10)
• Rotary and switch types
• Rated operational current = 12 A, 25 A, 50 A and 100 A
• Switching capacity up to 12.5 A = 100 kA/400 V
• Fixed short-circuit release = 13 x Iu
• Overload release adjustable 0.7 - 1 x Iu
• Single phasing sensivity
Auxiliary contact modules
• ON/OFF indication for MPCB front mounting and side mounting
• Trip indication for MPCB side mounting
Accessories
• Undervoltage release
• Shunt release
• Three phase busbar system up to 5 MPCB
• Moulded plastic enclosures (IP55) rotary mechanism (black/
grey and red/yellow)
• Moulded plastic front plates (IP55)
• Door coupling rotary mechanisms (black and red/yellow)
Insulated Link modules between Motor
Contactor and MPCB for Fuseless Load
Feeders
• Available as separate components
• For both 12 A or 25 A MPCB versions as one Type
• For mini motor contactors up to 5.5 kW
• For motor contactors up to 45 kW
• Up to 11 kW combined electrical and mechanical connection
• From 11 kW to 45 kW electrical connection only
• According to coordination 1
Approved Standards
Standard
Guide No (US,C)
UL
Permissible ratings of devices approved
for North America see page 93
IEC 947-5-1
VDE 0660
EN 60947-5-1
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
65
Ordering Information
■ Model Number Legend
1. Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
4. Busbars
J7MN-##-###
1
2
3
1)
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
2)
Type
12:
Switch type (0.16 - 12 A)
25:
Rotary type (0.16 - 25 A)
50:
Rotary type (25 - 50 A)
100:
Rotary type (63 - 100 A)
3)
Setting range (examples)
E16: 0.11 - 0.16 A
E2:
0.14 - 0.2 A
16:
10 - 16 A
...
J75-CPM-#-##-##
1
2 3 4 5
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Additional reference for LVSG
Busbar systems
Number of units (2, 3, 4 or 5)
Modular spacing
45 = without sidemounting auxiliary contacts
54 = with sidemounting auxiliary contacts
Nominal current per phase
6 = 64 A
12 = 120 A
5. Line Side Terminals
2. Aux. Contacts for MPCB
J75-BTC-##-##
1
2 3 4
J73MN-###
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
Aux. Contact for MPCB
11:
1 NO 1 NC
S:
side mounting
F:
front mounting
J73MN-#-## #
1
2 3 4
1)
2)
3)
4)
Aux. Contact for MPCB
T:
Trip indicating contact
11:
1 NO 1 NC
S:
side mounting
3. Accessories for MPCB
J74MN-#-##
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
Accessories for MPCB
S:
Shunt release
U:
Under voltage release
N1:
230 V 50 Hz / 240 V 60 Hz
N2:
210 - 240 V 50/60 Hz
N3:
110 V 50 Hz / 120 V 60 Hz
N4:
400 V 50/60 Hz
J74MN-## ## # ##
1
2 3 4 5
1)
Accessories for MPCB
2)
PF:
Enclosure IP55
P:
Module plastic front plate
PH:
Holder for front plate
3)
12:
Switch type 105 mm
25:
Rotary type 105 mm
4)
S:
small version 85 mm
5
RY:
red/yellow handle
J74MN-##-##
1
2 3
1)
Accessories for MPCB
2)
DC:
Door coupling rotary mechanism
3)
B:
black / grey
RY:
red / yellow
J74MN-## ###
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
66
1)
2)
3)
4)
Additional reference for LVSG
Line side terminals
Nominal current per phase
25 = 64 A
50 = 120 A
Standards
IC = conformity to IEC 947-1 and UL 508
EC = conformity to UL 508E together with busbars
E = conformity to UL 508E without busbars
6. Shrouds
J75-TA-##
1 2 3
1)
2)
3)
Additional reference for LVSG
Shrouds
Size
63 = 64 A system
120 = 120 A system
7. Accessories for MPCB (For Fuse-less Load Feeders)
a) Link modules for electrical and mechanical connection
J74MN-### 12-25
1
2
1)
Additional reference for LVSG
2)
VK1: electromechanical connector
for mini contactor (4-5.5kW)
VK3: electromechanical connector for
motor contactor (4-11kW)
b) Link modules for electrical connection
J74MN-##-###
1
2
3
1)
2)
3)
Additional reference for LVSG
VD:
link module J7MN + J7KN
50:
J7MN-50 + J7KN24-...40
100:
J7MN-100 + J7KN50-...74
c) DIN Rail adapters
J74MN-HU-##
1
2 3
1)
2)
3)
Accessories for MPCB
TB:
Terminal block for UL/cUL type E
25:
for rotary type up to 25A
100:
for rotary type up to 100A
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Additional reference for LVSG
HU:
DIN Rail adapter
:
for J7MN-12-25
50:
for J7MN-50
100:
for J7MN-100
■ System overview
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
Current setting range
Pack
Weight
approx.
pcs.
kg/pcs.
J7MN-12-E16
1
0.21
J7MN-12-E2
1
0.21
100
J7MN-12-E25
1
0.21
4.2
100
J7MN-12-E32
1
0.21
0.28 – 0.4
5.2
100
J7MN-12-E4
1
0.21
0.12
0.35 – 0.5
6.5
100
J7MN-12-E5
1
0.21
0.63
0.18
0.45 – 0.63
8.2
100
J7MN-12-E63
1
0.21
0.8
-
0.55 – 0.8
10
100
J7MN-12-E8
1
0.21
1
0.25
0.7 –
1
13
100
J7MN-12-1
1
0.21
1.25
0.37
0.9 –
1.25
16
100
J7MN-12-1E25
1
0.21
1.6
0.55
1.1 –
1.6
21
100
J7MN-12-1E6
1
0.21
2
0.75
1.4 –
2
26
100
J7MN-12-2
1
0.21
2.5
-
1.8 –
2.5
33
100
J7MN-12-2E5
1
0.21
3.2
1.1
2.2 –
3.2
42
100
J7MN-12-3E2
1
0.21
4
1.5
2.8 –
4
52
100
J7MN-12-4
1
0.21
5
-
3.5 –
5
65
100
J7MN-12-5
1
0.21
6.3
2.2
4.5 –
6.3
82
100
J7MN-12-6E3
1
0.21
8
3
5.5 –
8
104
50
J7MN-12-8
1
0.21
10
4
7–
10
130
50
J7MN-12-10
1
0.21
12
5.5
9–
12
156
50
J7MN-12-12
1
0.21
Suitable
for
motors*1
3~400V
kW
Instantaneous
short-circuit
release
A
Short-circuit
breaking
capacity
at 3~400V
kA
Type
Thermal
overload
release
A
0.16
-
0.11 – 0.16
2.1
100
0.2
-
0.14 – 0.2
2.6
100
0.25
0.06
0.18 – 0.25
3.3
0.32
0.09
0.22 – 0.32
0.4
-
0.5
Rated
current
In
A
Circuit-Breakers J7MN-12
*1) Recommended values for standard motors
*2) max. motor current 95A
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
67
Rated
current
Current setting range
Suitable
for
motors*1
3~400V
kW
Instantaneous
short-circuit
release
A
Short-circuit
breaking
capacity
at 3~400V
kA
Type
Thermal
overload
release
A
Pack
Weight
approx.
pcs.
kg/pcs.
0.16
-
0.11 – 0.16
2.1
100
0.2
-
0.14 – 0.2
2.6
100
J7MN-25-E16
1
0.32
J7MN-25-E2
1
0.25
0.06
0.18 – 0.25
3.3
0.32
100
J7MN-25-E25
1
0.32
0.09
0.22 – 0.32
0.32
4.2
100
J7MN-25-E32
1
0.4
-
0.32
0.28 – 0.4
5.2
100
J7MN-25-E4
1
0.5
0.32
0.12
0.35 – 0.5
6.5
100
J7MN-25-E5
1
0.32
0.63
0.18
0.45 – 0.63
8.2
100
J7MN-25-E63
1
0.32
0.8
-
0.55 – 0.8
10
100
J7MN-25-E8
1
0.32
1
0.25
0.7 –
1
13
100
J7MN-25-1
1
0.32
1.25
0.37
0.9 –
1.25
16
100
J7MN-25-1E25
1
0.32
1.6
0.55
1.1 –
1.6
21
100
J7MN-25-1E6
1
0.32
2
0.75
1.4 –
2
26
100
J7MN-25-2
1
0.32
2.5
-
1.8 –
2.5
33
100
J7MN-25-2E5
1
0.32
3.2
1.1
2.2 –
3.2
42
100
J7MN-25-3E2
1
0.32
4
1.5
2.8 –
4
52
100
J7MN-25-4
1
0.32
5
-
3.5 –
5
65
100
J7MN-25-5
1
0.32
6.3
2.2
4.5 –
6.3
82
100
J7MN-25-6E3
1
0.32
8
3
5.5 –
8
104
100
J7MN-25-8
1
0.32
10
4
7–
10
130
100
J7MN-25-10
1
0.32
12.5
5.5
9–
12.5
163
100
J7MN-25-12E5
1
0.32
16
7.5
11 –
16
208
50
J7MN-25-16
1
0.32
20
-
14 –
20
260
50
J7MN-25-20
1
0.32
22
-
17 –
22
286
50
J7MN-25-22
1
0.32
25
11
20 –
25
325
50
J7MN-25-25
1
0.32
25
11
18 –
25
325
50
J7MN-50-25
1
0.96
32
15
22 –
32
416
50
J7MN-50-32
1
0.96
40
18.5
28 –
40
520
50
J7MN-50-40
1
0.96
45
–
36 –
45
585
50
J7MN-50-45
1
0.96
50
22
40 –
50
650
50
J7MN-50-50
1
0.96
63
30
45 –
63
819
50
J7MN-100-63
1
2.1
75
37
57 –
75
975
50
J7MN-100-75
1
2.1
90
–
70 –
90
1170
50
J7MN-100-90
1
2.1
100
45
80 –
100*2
1235
50
J7MN-100-100
1
2.1
In
A
Circuit-Breakers J7MN-25
Circuit-Breakers J7MN-50
Circuit-Breakers J7MN-100
*1) Recommended values for standard motors
*2) max. motor current 95A
68
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Accessories
Description
Version
for circuit
breaker
Type
Pack
pcs.
Weight
approx.
kg/pcs.
J73MN-11F
10
0.02
J73MN-11S
10
0.03
J73MN-T-11S
1
0.07
Transverse auxiliary contact block
Contact block
1NO + 1NC
all
Auxiliary contact block for left hand side mounting (max 1pc. per circuit breaker)
Contact block
1NO + 1NC 9 mm
all
Signalling switch for left hand side mounting (max 1pc. per circuit breaker)
Signalling switch
1NO + 1NC each
Individual tripped and
short-circuit signalling
J7MN-25
J7MN-50
Auxiliary releases for right hand side mounting (max 1pc. per circuit breaker)
Undervoltage release
Trips the circuit-breaker
when the voltage is
interrupted. Prevents the
motor from being
restarted accidentally
when the voltage is
restored, suitable for
EMERGENCY STOP
acc. to VDE 0113
AC 50 Hz
110 V
230 V
400 V
AC 60 Hz
120 V
240 V
400 V
all
all
all
J74MN-U-N3
J74MN-U-N1
J74MN-U-N4
1
1
1
0.12
0.12
0.12
50/60 Hz, DC
5 sec ON
190-330 V
all
J74MN-S-N2
1
0.11
up to 600 V acc. to UL 489
J7MN-25
not for transverse aux. contact J7MN-100
block
J74MN-TB25
J74MN-TB100
1
1
0.12
0.15
Version
Type
Pack
pcs.
Weight
approx.
kg/pcs.
Shunt release
50/60 Hz
Trips the circuit-breaker 100% ON
when the release coil
210-240 V
energized.
Terminal block
with increased creepage distances and clearances acc. to cULus Type „E“
Terminal block
Enclosures and Front Plates
Description
for circuit
breaker
Front Plates
for actuation of circuit-breakers J7MN-12
in any enclosure
protection degree IP55
J74MN-P12
1
0.08
Moulded plastic front for actuation of circuit-breakers J7MN-25
J7MN-50
plate with rotary operat- in any enclosure
protection degree IP55
ing mechanism
lockable
J74MN-P25
1
0.08
Holder for front plate
J74MN-P25
Holder is mounted on front
plate, circuit-breaker (with accessories) is snapped on
J7MN-25
J74MN-PH
1
0.12
Moulded plastic
enclose with actuator
diaphragm
knockouts for J7MN-12
sealable
protection degree IP55
with N- and PE- terminal
72 mm
(+ aux. contact + release)
54 mm
(+ lateral contact block)
J7MN-12
J74MN-PF12
1
0.27
J74MN-PF12S
1
0.23
Moulded plastic front
plate with actuator diaphragm and holder for
circuit breaker
Enclosures
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
69
Description
Version
for circuit
breaker
Type
Pack
pcs.
Weight
approx.
kg/pcs.
Moulded plastic
enclose with rotary
operating mechanism
knockouts for J7MN-25
lockable
protection degree IP55
with N- and PE- terminal
72 mm
(+ aux. contact + release)
54 mm
(+ lateral contact block)
J7MN-25
J74MN-PF25
J74MN-PF25RY*1
1
0.30
J74MN-PF25S
J74MN-PF25SRY*1
1
0.26
Door-coupling mechanisms
The door-coupling rotary operating mechanisms consist of a knob, a coupling driver and a extension shaft
(5 mm x 5 mm). The door-coupling rotary operating mechanisms are designed for degree of protection IP 65.
The door locking device prevents accidental opening of the cubicle door in the ON position of the circuit-breaker.
The OFF position can be locked with up to 3 padlocks.
*1
Door-coupling rotary
mechanism black
extension shaft 330 mm
with supporting bracket
J7MN-25 to
J7MN-100
J74MN-DC-B
1
0.3
Emergency-Stop
Door-coupling rotary
extension shaft 330 mm
with supporting bracket
J7MN-25 to
J7MN-100
J74MN-DC-RY*1
1
0.3
RY = mechanism red/yellow
Insulated 3-Phase Busbar System
Description
Version
3-phase busbars
for 2 units
modular spacing = 45 mm for 3 units
In = 64 A*1
for 4 units
For Units
(contactors or MPCB)
Type
Pack
pcs
J7KN 10-...40
J7MN 12
J7MN 25
J75-CPM-2-45-6
1
J75-CPM-3-45-6
1
J75-CPM-4-45-6
1
J75-CPM-5-45-6
1
J7KN 24-...40 + J73 KN# # J75-CPM-2-54-6
J7MN 12 + J73 MN# #
J75-CPM-3-54-6
J7MN 25 + J73 MN# #
J75-CPM-4-54-6
1
J75-CPM-5-54-6
1
for 5 units*2
for 2 units
3-phase busbars
modular spacing = 54 mm for 3 units
In = 64 A*1
for 4 units
for 5 units*2
*1
70
1
for 2 units
3-phase busbars
modular spacing = 54 mm for 3 units
In = 120 A*1
J7KN 50
J7MN 50
J75-CPM-2-54-12 1
for 2 units
3-phase busbars
modular spacing = 63 mm for 3 units
In = 120 A*1
for 4 units*2
J7KN 50 + J73 KN# #
J7MN 50 + J73 MN# #
J75-CPM-2-63-12 1
J75-CPM-3-54-12 1
J75-CPM-4-54-12 1
J75-CPM-3-63-12 1
J75-CPM-4-63-12 1
Shrouds for
unused terminals on
the busbar system
for 64 A version
for 120 A version
J75-TA-63
J75-TA-120
10
Line side terminals to be
used with busbar systems
J75-CPM-...6
In = 64 A*1
IEC 60947
EN 60947
according to UL 508
IEC 60947
EN 60947
according to UL 508E
J75-BTC-25-IC
1
J75-BTC-25-EC
1
J75-BTC-50-E
1
Line side terminals to
be used with busbar systems J75-CPM-...12
*2
1
The sum of all added currents per module must not exceed the above mentioned nominal currents!
For more than 5 units (64 A) and 4 units (120 A) the system can be extended accordingly by installing an additional busbar
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Mounting Parts for Fuseless Load Feeders (see page 72)
Description
Version
for circuit
breaker
Type
Pack
pcs.
Weight
approx.
kg/pcs.
1
1
1
0.05
0.20
0.25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK3 12-25
1
1
0.015
0.02
J74MN-VD-50
J74MN-VD-100
10
10
-
DIN-rail adapters
Adapter
for mechanical fixing of
circuit-breaker and
contactor
35 mm-DIN-rail
(DIN EN50022)
or screw mounting
J7MN-12-...25
J7MN-50
J7MN-100
J74MN-HU
J74MN-HU-50
J74MN-HU-100
Link modules
for electrical and mechanical connection between circuit-breaker and contactor
Link module
J7KNA 09 - J7KNA 12
J7KN 10 - J7KN 22
J7MN 12-25
J7MN 12-25
for electrical connection between circuit-breaker and contactor
Link module
J7KN-24 - J7KN-40
J7KN-50 - J7KN-74
J7MN-50
J7MN-100
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
71
■ Components for Fuseless Load Feeders, DIN-Rail Mounting
Type of coordination „1“ 3 x 415 V 10 kA (other conditions on request)
Motor Setting range
3~400V
kW
A
*1
72
–
–
0.06
0.09
–
0.12
0.18
–
0.25
0.37
0.55
0.75
–
1.10
1.50
–
2.20
3.00
4.00
5.50
0.11 –
0.14 –
0.18 –
0.22 –
0.28 –
0.35 –
0.45 –
0.55 –
0.70 –
0.90 –
1.10 –
1.40 –
1.80 –
2.20 –
2.80 –
3.50 –
4.50 –
5.50 –
7.00 –
9.00 –
0.16
0.20
0.25
0.32
0.40
0.50
0.63
0.80
1.00
1.25
1.60
2.00
2.50
3.20
4.00
5.00
6.30
8.00
10.00
12.50
–
–
0.06
0.09
–
0.12
0.18
–
0.25
0.37
0.55
0.75
–
1.10
1.50
–
2.20
3.00
4.00
6.00
8.00
–
–
11.00
0.11 –
0.14 –
0.18 –
0.22 –
0.28 –
0.35 –
0.45 –
0.55 –
0.70 –
0.90 –
1.10 –
1.40 –
1.80 –
2.20 –
2.80 –
3.50 –
4.50 –
5.50 –
7.00 –
9.00 –
11.00 –
14.00 –
17.00 –
20.00 –
0.16
0.20
0.25
0.32
0.40
0.50
0.63
0.80
1.00
1.25
1.60
2.00
2.50
3.20
4.00
5.00
6.30
8.00
10.00
12.50
16.00
20.00
22.00
25.00
11.00
15.00
19.00
–
22.00
30.00
37.00
–
45.00
18.00 – 25.00
22.00 – 32.00
28.00 – 40.00
36.00 – 45.00
40.00 – 50.00
45.00 – 63.00
57.00 – 75.00
70.00 – 90.00
80.00 – 100.00
MPCB
Type
page 68
J7MN-25-E16
J7MN-25-E2
J7MN-25-E25
J7MN-25-E32
J7MN-25-E4
J7MN-25-E5
J7MN-25-E63
J7MN-25-E8
J7MN-25-1
J7MN-25-1E25
J7MN-25-1E6
J7MN-25-2
J7MN-25-2E5
J7MN-25-3E2
J7MN-25-4
J7MN-25-5
J7MN-25-6E3
J7MN-25-8
J7MN-25-10
J7MN-25-12E5
page 68
J7MN-25-E16
J7MN-25-E2
J7MN-25-E25
J7MN-25-E32
J7MN-25-E4
J7MN-25-E5
J7MN-25-E63
J7MN-25-E8
J7MN-25-1
J7MN-25-1E25
J7MN-25-1E6
J7MN-25-2
J7MN-25-2E5
J7MN-25-3E2
J7MN-25-4
J7MN-25-5
J7MN-25-6E3
J7MN-25-8
J7MN-25-10
J7MN-25-12E5
J7MN-25-16
J7MN-25-20
J7MN-25-22
J7MN-25-25
page 68
J7MN-50-25
J7MN-50-32
J7MN-50-40
J7MN-50-45
J7MN-50-50
J7MN-100-63
J7MN-100-75
J7MN-100-90
J7MN-100-100
Contactor
220-230V 50Hz*1
Type
page 14
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-09-10-230
J7KNA-12-10-230
page 32
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-10-10-230-VK3
J7KN-14-10-230-VK3
J7KN-18-10-230-VK3
J7KN-22-10-230-VK3
J7KN-22-10-230-VK3
J7KN-22-10-230-VK3
page 30
J7KN-24-230
J7KN-32-230
J7KN-40-230
J7KN-50-230
J7KN-50-230
J7KN-62-230
J7KN-74-230
J7KN-85-22-230
J7KN-110-22-230
other voltages, see page 36
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Link
module
Type
page 14
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
J74MN-VK1 12-25
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
page 71
J74MN-VD-50
J74MN-VD-50
J74MN-VD-50
J74MN-VD-100
J74MN-VD-100
J74MN-VD-100
J74MN-VD-100
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
page 71
J74MN-HU-50
J74MN-HU-50
J74MN-HU-50
J74MN-HU-100
J74MN-HU-100
J74MN-HU-100
J74MN-HU-100
–
–
DIN-rail
adapter
Type
Specifications
■ Engineering data and Characteristics
Technical Data according to IEC/EN 60947-1, 60947-2, 60947-4-1 and VDE 0660
This table shows the rated ultimate short-circuit breaking capacity Icu
and the rated service short-circuit breaking capacity Ics of the J7MN
circuit-breakers with different operational voltages as a function of
the rated current In of the circuit-breakers.
If the short-circuit current exceeds the rated short-circuit breaking
capacity of the circuit-breaker specified in the tables at the
installation point, a back-up fuse is to be used.
The maximum rated current for the back-up fuse is specified in the
tables. These fuses are only suitable for the short-circuit-currents as
indicated on the fuses.
The circuit-breakers can be fed at the top or bottom supply terminals
without any reduction of the rated data.
Circuitbreaker
Rated
current In
up to AC 240V*1
Type
A
Icu
Ics
kA
J7MN-12 0.16 to 0.8 100
up to AC 400V*1)
up to AC 415V*2
kA
Icu
max.
fuse
(gL/gG)
A
kA
100
--
100
up to AC 440V*1)
up to AC 460V*2)
kA
Icu
max.
fuse
(gL/gG)
A
kA
100
--
100
Ics
up to AC 500V*1)
up to AC 525V*2)
up to AC 690V*1)
kA
Icu
max.
fuse
(gL/gG)
A
kA
kA
Icu
max.
fuse
(gL/gG)
A
kA
100
--
100
100
--
100
Ics
Ics
Ics
kA
max.
fuse
(gL/gG)
A
100
--
1
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
1.25
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
2
2
20
1.6
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
2
2
20
2
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
35
2
2
35
2.5
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
35
2
2
35
3.2
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
40
3
3
40
2
2
40
4
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
40
3
3
40
2
2
40
5
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
50
3
3
50
2
2
50
6.3
100
100
--
100
100
--
10
10
50
3
3
50
2
2
50
8
100
100
--
50
12.5
80*3
10
10
63
3
3
63
2
2
63
10
100
100
--
50
12.5
80*3)
10
10
63
3
3
63
2
2
63
12
100
100
--
50
12.5
80*3)
10
10
80
3
3
80
2
2
80
J7MN-25 0.16 to 1.25 100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
1.6
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
2
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
8
8
25
2.5
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
8
8
25
3.2
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
8
8
32
4
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
6
3
32
5
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
6
3
32
6.3
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
100
100
--
6
3
50
8
100
100
--
100
100
--
50
25
63*3
42
21
63
6
3
50
10
100
100
--
100
100
--
50
25
80*3
42
21
63
6
3
50
12.5
100
100
--
100
100
--
50
25
80*3
42
21
80
6
3
63
16
100
100
--
50
25
100*3)
20
10
80
10
5
80
4
2
63
20
100
100
--
50
25
125*3)
20
10
80
10
5
80
4
2
63
22
100
100
--
50
25
125*3)
20
10
100
10
5
80
4
2
63
25
100
100
--
50
25
125*3)
20
10
100
10
5
80
4
2
63
J7MN-50 25
100
100
--
50
25
125*3)
30
15
100
12
6
80
5
3
63
32
100
100
--
50
25
125*3)
30
15
125
10
5
100
4
2
63
40
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
30
15
125
10
5
100
4
2
63
45
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
30
15
125
10
5
100
4
2
63
50
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
30
15
125
10
5
100
4
2
80
J7MN-100 63
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
40
20
160
12
6
125
6
3
80
75
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
40
20
160
8
4
125
5
3
100
90
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
40
20
160
8
4
125
5
3
125
100
100
100
--
50
25
160*3)
40
20
160
8
4
125
5
3
125
*1
*2
*3
--
10% overvoltage
5% overvoltage
Back-up fuse required if short-circuit current at installation point > 50 kA
No back-up fuse required.
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
73
Technical Data according to IEC/EN 60947-1, 60947-2, 60947-4-1 and VDE 0660
Main Circuit
Type
J7MN-12
J7MN-25
J7MN-50
J7MN-100
Number of poles
3
3
3
3
A
12
25
50
100
Storage/transport
°C
-50 to +80
Operation
°C
-20 to +70*1
+60 °C
%
100
+70 °C
%
87
Permissible rated current at temperature inside enclosure of: +60 °C
%
100
+70 °C
%
87
Rated operational voltage Ue
V
690*2
Max. rated current Inmax (=max. rated operational current Ie)
Permissible ambient temperature
Permissible rated current at temperature inside cubicle of:
Circuit-breaker inside enclosure
Rated frequency
Hz
50/60
Rated insulation voltage Ui
V
690
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp
kV
6
Utilization category
IEC 60 947-2 (circuit-breaker)
A
IEC 60 947-4-1 (motor starter)
AC-3
Class
acc. to IEC 60 947-4-1
10
DC short-circuit breaking capacity (time constant t = 5 ms)
1 conducting path DC 150 V
kA
10
2 conducting paths in series DC 300 V
kA
10
kA
10
3 conducting paths in series DC 450 V
Power loss Pv per circuit-breaker
dependent on rated current In
(upper setting range)
In -> to 1.25 A
W
5
-
-
-
In -> 1.6 to 6.3 A
W
6
-
-
-
In -> 8 to 12 A
W
7
-
-
-
R per conducting path = P/(I² × 3)
In -> 1 to 6.3 A
W
-
6
-
-
In -> 8 to 16 A
W
-
7
-
-
In -> 20 to 25 A
W
-
8
-
-
In -> to 25 A
W
-
-
12
-
In -> 32 A
W
-
-
15
-
In -> 40 to 50 A
W
-
-
20
-
In -> to 63 A
W
-
-
-
20
In -> 75 to 90 A
W
-
-
-
30
In -> to 100 A
W
-
-
-
38
Shock resistance
acc. to IEC 68 Part 2-27
g
25
25
25
25
Degree of protection
acc. to IEC 60 529
IP 20
IP 20
IP 20*3
IP 20*3)
Shock hazard protection
acc. to DIN VDE 0106 Part 100
Temperature compensation
acc. to IEC 60 947-4-1
Phase failure sensitivity
acc. to IEC 60 947-4-1
yes
Explosion protection
acc. to EC Directive 94191 EC
yes*4
Isolator characteristics
acc. to IEC 60 947-3
yes
Main and EM. STOP switch characteristics
acc. to IEC 60 204-1 (VDE 0113)
yes*5
Safe isolation between main and auxiliary
circuits
acc. to DIN VDE 0106 Part 101
Mechanical endurance
°C
yes
up to 415 V+ 5 %
yes
operating cycles
100 000
100 000
50 000
50 000
100 000
100 000
25 000
25 000
15
15
15
15
Max. operating frequency per hour (motor starts)
1/h
Permissible mounting position
*2
*3
*4
*5
74
-20 to +60
up to 400 V + 10 %
Electrical endurance
*1
safe against finger touch
Over +60°C current reduction
500 V with moulded-plastic enclosure
Terminal compartment IP00
KEMA-test certification on request
With appropriate accessories
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
any. acc. to IEC 60 447 start command “I” right-hand side or top
Technical Data according to IEC/EN 60947-1, 60947-2, 60947-4-1 and VDE 0660
Conductor cross-sections for main Circuit
Type
J7MN-12
J7MN-25
J7MN-50
Terminal type
Screw-type
Screw-type
Box terminal
Box terminal
Terminal screw
Pozidriv size 2
Pozidriv size 2
Pozidriv size 2
Allen screw 4 mm
Nm
0.8 to 1.2
2 to 2.5
3 to 4.5
4 to 6
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5)
2 x (1 to 2.5)
2 x (0.75 to 16)
2 x (2.5 to 16)
mm²
2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
2 x (2.5 to 6)
–
–
mm²
1 x (0.5 to 4)
Tightening torque
J7MN-100
Conductor cross-sections
solid
finely stranded with end ferrule
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5)
2 x (1 to 2.5)
2 x (0.75 to 16)
2 x (2.5 to 35)
mm²
2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
2 x (2.5 to 6)
1 x (0.75 to 25)
1 x (2.5 to 50)
mm²
stranded
AWG-wires, solid or stranded
conductor bar (number x width x thick)
1 x (1 to 10)
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5)
2 x (1 to 2.5)
2 x (0.75 to 25)
2 x (10 to 50)
mm²
2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
2 x (2.5 to 6)
1 x (0.75 to 35)
1 x (10 to 70)
mm²
1 x (0.5 to 4)
1 x (1 to 10)
AWG
2 x (18 to 14)
2 x (14 to 10)
2 x (18 to 3)
2 x (10 to 1/0)
AWG
–
–
1 x (18 to 2)
1 x (10 to 2/0)
mm
–
–
2 x (6 x 9 x 0.8)
2 x (6 x 9 x 0.8)
mm
–
–
–
18 x 10
mm²
–
–
–
up to 2 x 70
Technical Data according to IEC/EN 60947-1, 60947-2, 60947-4-1 and VDE 0660
Auxiliary switches
Switching capacity
Control voltage
Front transverse auxiliary switch with 1 NO + 1 NC
Rated operational voltage Ue
V
24
230
Rated operational current Ie/AC-15
AC
A
2
0.5
Rated operational current Ie/AC-12 Ith
A
2.5
2.5
V
24
48
60
A
1
0.3
0.15
Rated operational voltage Ue
DC L/R 200 ms
Rated operational current Ie/DC-13
Lateral auxiliary switch and signalling switch
Rated operational voltage Ue
V
24
230
400
690
Rated operational current Ie/AC-15
AC
A
6
6
3
1
Rated operational current Ie/AC-12 Ith
A
10
10
10
10
V
24
110
220
440
0.5
0.25
0.1
Rated operational voltage Ue
DC L/R 200 ms
Rated operational current Ie/DC-13
Undervoltage release
Shunt release
A
2
Power consumption
during pick-up
VA/W
20.2/13
uninterrupted duty
VA/W
7.2/2.4
Response voltage
trip
V
0.7 to 0.35 × Us
pick-up
V
0.85 to 1.1 × Us
Max. opening time
ms
20
Power consumption during pick-up
AC VA/W
20.2/13
DC W
13 to 80
Response voltage acc. to IEC 60 947-1, trip V
0.7 to 1.1 × Us
Max. opening time
20
ms
Short-circuit protection for auxiliary and control circuits
Fuse
gL/gG
A
10
A
6*1
solid
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5) / 2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
finely stranded with ferrule
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5) / 2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
stranded
mm²
2 x (0.5 to 1.5) / 2 x (0.75 to 2.5)
AWG-wires, solid or stranded
AWG
2 x (18 to 14)
Miniature circuit breaker C-characteristic
Conductor cross-sections for auxiliary and control circuits
*1
Screw-type Pozidriv size 2
Prospective short-circuit current < 0.4 kA.
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
75
Description
J7MN circuit-breakers are compact, current-limiting circuit-breakers
which are optimised for load feeders. The circuit-breakers are used
for switching and protecting three-phase induction motors of up to
18,5 kW at AC 400 V and for loads with rated currents of up to 40 A.
Construction
The circuit-breakers are available in three sizes:
J7MN-12 overall width 45 mm. Max. rated current 12 A. Suitable for
3-phase induction motors of up to 5.5 kW at voltages of 400 V AC.
J7MN-25 overall width 45 mm. Max. rated current 25 A. Suitable for
3-phase induction motors of up to 11 kW at voltages of 400 V AC.
J7MN-50 overall width 55 mm. Max. rated current 40 A. Suitable for
3-phase induction motors of up to 18,5 kW at voltages of 400 V AC.
J7MN-100 overall width 70 mm. Max. rated current 100 A. Suitable
for 3-phase induction motors of up to 45 kW at voltages of 400 V AC.
Releases
Circuit-breakers J7MN are equipped with bimetallic-based, inversetime delayed overload releases and with instantaneous overcurrent
releases (electromagnetic short-circuit releases).
The overload releases can be set in accordance with the load current. The overcurrent releases are permanently set to a value 13
times the rated current and thus enable trouble-free start-up of
motors.
Motor protection
The tripping characteristics of J7MN circuit-breakers are designed
mainly to protect three-phase induction motors. The circuit-breakers
are therefore also referred to as motor circuit-breakers. The current
of the motor to be protected is set with the aid of the scale.
Circuit-breakers with thermal overload releases are normally
designed in accordance with release Class 10.
Line protection
J7MN circuit-breakers for motor protection are also suitable for line
protection. In order to prevent premature tripping due to phase failure
sensitivity, the three conducting paths must always be uniformly
loaded. The conducting paths must be connected in series in the
case of single-phase loads.
The J7MN circuit-breakers meet the isolation conditions of
IEC 60 947-3 as well as the additional test conditions for circuitbreakers with isolation characteristics specified in IEC 60 947-2. Taking IEC 60 204-1 into consideration, they can thus be implemented
as main and EMERGENCY STOP switches.
Door-coupling rotary operating mechanism do not fulfil the isolation
characteristics specified in IEC 60 947-2. Door-coupling rotary operating mechanism according isolation characteristics specified in
IEC 60 947-2 on request.
The scale cover can be sealed to prevent unauthorized adjustments
to the set current.
Operating mechanisms
Circuit-breakers J7MN-12 are actuated via a switch operating mechanism and circuit-breakers J7MN-25, J7MN-50 and J7MN-100 via a
rotary operating mechanism. If the circuit-breaker trips, the rotary
operating mechanism switches to the tripped position to indicate this.
Before the circuit-breaker is reclosed, the rotary operating mechanism must be reset to the 0 position by hand, in order to prevent the
former from closing by mistake before the fault has been cleared.
In the case of circuit-breakers with rotary operating mechanisms,
there is an electrical signal via a signalling switch to indicate that the
circuit-breaker has tripped.
All operating mechanisms can be locked in the 0 position with a padlock (shackle diameter 3.5 to 4.5 mm).
The J7MN circuit-breakers fulfil the isolation characteristics specified
in IEC 60 947-2.
Operating conditions
Circuit-breakers J7MN are suitable for use in any climate. They are
designed for operation in enclosed rooms under normal conditions
(e. g. no dust, corrosive vapours or harmful gases). Suitable enclosures must be provided for installation in dusty or damp rooms.
Circuit-breakers J7MN can also be fed from below. The standards in
accordance with which the circuit-breakers are constructed, the permissible ambient temperatures, the maximum making and breaking
capacities, the tripping currents and other boundary conditions can
be found in the technical data and tripping characteristics.
Since the operational currents, starting currents and current peaks
vary as a result of the inrush current, even in the case of motors with
identical output ratings, the values specified for these output ratings
in the selection tables are intended as a guide only. The specific
rated and start-up data of the motor to be protected is always paramount to the choice of the most suitable circuit-breaker.
In order to prevent premature tripping due to phase failure sensitivity,
the circuit-breakers should always be connected in such a way that
current flows through all three main conducting paths.
Short-circuit protection
The short-circuit releases of J7MN circuit-breakers disconnect the
faulty load feeder from the system in the event of a short circuit and
thus prevent any further damage.
Circuit-breakers with a short-circuit breaking capacity of 50 kA or
100 kA at a voltage of 400 V AC are practically short-circuit-proof at
this voltage, as higher short-circuit currents are not usually encountered at the installation point.
Back-up fuses are only necessary if the short-circuit current at the
installation point exceeds the rated ultimate short-circuit breaking
capacity of the circuit-breakers.
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Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Characteristics
The time/current characteristic, the current limiting characteristics
and the I²t characteristics were determined in accordance with
DIN VDE 0660 and IEC 60 947.
Opening Time
The tripping characteristic of the inverse-time delayed overload
releases (thermal overload releases or ’a’ releases) for DC and AC
with a frequency of 0 to 400 Hz also apply to the time/current characteristic.
The characteristics apply to the cold state. At operating temperature,
the tripping times of the thermal releases are reduced to approximately 25 %.
Under normal operating conditions, all three poles of the device must
be loaded. The three main conducting paths must be connected in
series in order to protect single-phase or DC loads.
With 3-pole loading, the maximum deviation in the tripping time for 3
times the setting current and upwards is ± 20 % and thus in accordance with DIN VDE 0165.
The tripping characteristics for the instantaneous, electromagnetic
overcurrent releases (short-circuit releases or ’n’ releases) are based
on the rated current In, which is also the maximum value of the setting range for circuit-breakers with adjustable overload releases. If
the current is set to a lower value, the tripping current of the ’n’
release is increased by a corresponding factor.
3-pole
load
Class 10
2-pole
load
Class 10
The characteristics of the electromagnetic overcurrent releases
apply to frequencies of 50/60 Hz. Appropriate correction factors must
be used for lower frequencies up to 16 2/3 Hz, for higher frequencies
up to 400 Hz and for DC.
The characteristic shown here is a schematic representation of circuit-breakers for all ranges.
Time/current characteristics, current limiting characteristics and I²t
characteristics are available on request.
Current
■ Wiring diagrams
Circuit-breaker
Transverse auxiliary contact block
Lateral auxiliary contact block
J7MN
J73MN-11F
J73MN-11S
Signalling switch
Undervoltage release
Shunt release
J73MN-T-11S
J74MN-U
J74MN-S
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
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■ Dimensions
Circuit-breaker J7MN-12
Circuit-breaker J7MN-25
Circuit-breaker J7MN-50
1)
2)
3)
4)
7)
8)
9)
Lateral aux. contact
Signalling contact
Auxiliary release
Transverse aux. contact
Mounting holes
35mm DIN-rail
35mm DIN-rail 15mm high or
75mm DIN-rail
10) 4mm hexagon socket screw
11) Lockable in 0-position
with shackle diameter max.5mm
Circuit-breaker J7MN-100
1)
2)
3)
4)
7)
8)
9)
Lateral aux. contact
Signalling contact
Auxiliary release
Transverse aux. contact
Mounting holes
35mm DIN-rail
35mm DIN-rail 15mm high or
75mm DIN-rail
10) 4mm hexagon socket screw
11) Lockable in 0-position
with shackle diameter max.5mm
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Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Moulded plastic front plate J74MN-P12
Moulded plastic front plate J74MN-P25
Moulded plastic enclosure J74MN-PF12(S)
Moulded plastic enclosure J74MN-PF25(S)(RY)
Dim. a
J74MN-PF12 105 mm
J74MN-PF12S 85 mm
Dim. a
J74MN-PF25 105 mm
J74MN-PF25S 85 mm
Door-coupling rotary operating mechanism J74MN-DC
1) Max. for shackle diameter for
padlock 8 mm
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB)
J7MN
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Do not use/install these products before having read the applicable precautions as listed in Cat. No. J09-EN-01
available from www.europe.omron.com or on request from OMRON local sales office.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J08E-EN-01
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Motor Protection Circuit Breaker (MPCB) J7MN
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
Precautions
■ Notice
Use under rated condition, otherwise contactors will not only cause
malfunction, but also cause a fire or damage the contactor.
Do not use a contactor or thermal relay which has been dropped or
dismantled. Doing so may cause malfunction or a fire.
Life period of contactor depends on the operating application. Please
check the electrical life under real application in advance.
If you continue to use malfunctioning contactor, a fire or breakdown
may occur.
Make sure to shut off power supply to contactors before wiring or
replacing.
Do not operate the actuator of a contactor manually. Doing so may
cause contact welding by chattering or burn out by arc.
Do not miss-wire or miss-charge the power supply, otherwise the
contactor does not work correctly.
Do not operate in places with explosive or flammable gas, otherwise
a fire or explosion may occur by arc or heating from contactor.
Make sure to use the circuit well considered about safety, in case
there is any possibility to cause secondary disaster by contact trouble (welding, faulty contact).
Do not supply short-circuit current to electromagnetic switch (contactor with thermal relay). Doing so may result failure in heater of thermal relay. Please use short-circuit protection like fuse or protective
circuit breaker.
Unless otherwise stated in the catalogue,
modifications, especially those of stated values,
sizes and weights are subject to alternation.
Diagrams and tables are subject to alternation and
not to be regarded as binding drawings.
■ Correct use
General use
Circuit design
Unexpected malfunction may occur in real application. Please carry
out as many tests as possible.
Supplied voltage waveform for input
Ratings in this catalogue measured under the condition according to
IEC unless otherwise specified. In cases of check by real application,
please carry out the test under the same condition as expected in the
actual application.
Make sure to apply and remove the voltage instantly. Do not use
under the condition that the coil voltage waveform increases or
decreases gradually.
Selection
In case of DC contactor use (input voltage
ripple)
Coil specification
Please use DC contactor input voltage with a ripple ratio less than
5%. Excessive ripple (pulsating current) may cause contact welding.
Please select suitable coil to circuit design, otherwise malfunction
may occur or coil may have a burn out by overvoltage etc.
Fluctuation of input voltage
Type
Make sure to supply sufficient voltage to actuate contactors properly.
Continuous supply of insufficient voltage results in excessive heating
and may cause burn out of coil.
Please check contact ratings, switching capacity, thermal characteristics etc. when selecting product type.
Thermal relay
Motor current differs by supplier, type, number of poles, frequency.
Please confirm operational current level.
Coil surge suppressor
Coil surge suppressor type should be selected by contactor type,
auxiliary relay type and applied voltage. Make sure to use defined
each contactor.
In case of installing coil surge suppressor, please check the actual
circuit because the release time will be delayed.
Electrical life expectancy
Electrical life expectancy tests in this catalogue are based on IEC.
Maximum applied voltage
Do not supply the voltage over the maximum rated voltage, otherwise
burn out or insulation failure may occur.
The temperature inside control panel has much influence to the coil
temperature, so make sure not to exceed the specified value in the
catalogue.
Basically rated voltage should be supplied to coil. To supply higher
voltage than rated would result in shorter electrical life, even if it is
lower than the maximum rated voltage.
Reverse
Make sure to use reversible contactors for reverse operation.
Make sure to use interlock device in reverse operation by two contactors, otherwise short circuit current may burn out or give damage to
contactors and motors.
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
81
Installation
Operation ambience
Mounting
Dust
Make sure to use specified wire size, mounting screw size, mounting
screw number, and DIN rail size.
Dust on the surface of the contacts could result in contact malfunctioning. Take countermeasure in excessive dusty surrounding.
Tightening Screw
Temperature, humidity
Tighten each screw securely by specified tightening torque. Loose
tightening may cause a fire by excessive heating.
Use contactors within the temperature and humidity conditions specified in datasheet. To use or store contactor in excessive temperature
or humidity may result in malfunction of contact by organic film composed by sulfication and oxidation on the surface of the contacts.
Combination
Wrong-combinations may result in damage to contactors.
Use contactors within the temperature and humidity conditions specified in the datasheet, to prevent contactors from insulation resistance failure by condensation or insulation resistance deterioration
by tracking.
Mounting direction
Gas
Some products have a defined specific mounting direction. Please
refer to datasheet before use.
NH3, H2S, SO2, CI2, Si and NO2 have bad effects on a contactor.
With these gases, a corrosive metal film ist generated on the surface
of the contacts and could result in contact malfunctioning. Use a contactor in low humidity and no corrosive gas surroundings.
Please use only OMRON product combinations in case of thermal
relay, timer block and auxiliary contact block etc.
Oil
Do not use a contactor in places where oil is sprayed onto the contactor. It will cause cracks on polymer parts.
Shock and vibration
Do not use a contactor in places where there is excessive shock or
vibration. It may cause malfunctioning.
Storage
Store contactors in a place with no direct sunshine or ultraviolet rays.
It will cause crack on polymer parts.
When contactors are to be stored for a long time, they must be stored
with care. Though it generally depends where contactors are stored,
deterioration of contacts may occur after long storage. Please check
the characteristics before use after long time storage.
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Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
European Standards
■ IEC 947, EN 60947
European Standards for Low-Voltage Switchgear
For Europe and most other industrial countries of the world, the new
IEC 947 and EN 60 947 specifications for low-voltage switchgear
have unified the regulations which previously varied from nation to
nation.
This required the introduction of new terms, and new test methods
and utilization categories. The new specifications are aimed
primarily at manufacturers. However, the user also will come across
new technical terms and data in the manufacturers’ catalogues
and on the devices themselves which are important for the selection
and application of the devices. The present paper deals with the currently published specifications. Further specifications and
supplements are in preparation.
Since 1993, all low-voltage switchgear purchased in Europe had to
satisfy the EN 60 947 European Standard. Installations in existence
prior to 1993 are not affected by the standard and need not to be
refitted with new devices. Devices constructed and tested to the IEC
standards and EN standards can be used worldwide, with the exception of the USA and Canada. In these countries UL and CSA specifications continue to apply. Switchgear which conforms to IEC 947
and EN 60 947 and which has, in addition, UL- and CSA approvals,
in the meantime has entered the market. Such ‘world market’ devices
offer the advantage that they can be used throughout the world,
including the USA and Canada.
IEC 947
IEC 947-1
IEC 947-2
General rules
Circuit-breakers
IEC 947-3
IEC 947-4-1
IEC 947-5-1
Switches, disconnectors, switch-disconnectors and fuse-combination units
Connectors and motor-starters
Control circuit devices and switching elements
IEC 947-6-1
IEC 947-6-2
Multiple function equipment, Automatic transfer switching equipment
Multiple function equipment, Control and protective switching devices (or equipment)
(CPS)
Ancillary equipment
IEC 947-7-1
Conditions for compliance with
Type "1" coordination
(Extract from IEC 947-4-1)
Conditions for compliance with
Type "2" coordination
(Extract from IEC 947-4-1)
- The contactor or the starter must not endanger
personnel or equipment in the event of a short
circuit
- The contactor or the starter does not need to be
suitable for continued operation without repair and
replacement of parts
- Damage to the contactor and the overload relay is
permissible
- The contactor or the starter must not endanger
personnel or equipment in the event of a short
circuit
- The contactor or the starter must be suitable for
further use
Rated conditional
short-circuit current lq
- The rated conditional short-circuit
current lq indicates the max. shortcircuit breaking capacity of the starter
- No damage may occur to the overload relay or
other parts, with the exception of welding of the
contactor or starter contacts, provided they can
be separated easily without any significant
deformation (e.g. using a screwdriver)
Rated operation current le
- The rated operational current le for
the starter is the current when the
starter is in the On position
Rated uninterrupted current lu
(to IEC 947-1)
- The rated uninterrupted current lu of
a unit is a current, specified by the
manufacturer, which the unit can
carry without interruption
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Appendix
83
Overview
The following table shows in summarized form both the previous and the new IEC, EN and DIN VDE standards.
Previous specification
New specification
IEC
DIN VDE
IEC
-
-
157
EN 60947
DIN VDE
Content
947-1
60947-1
0660, Part 100
Low-voltage switchgear,
General rules
0660, Part 101
947-2
60947-2
0660, Part 101
Low-voltage switchgear,
Circuit-breakers
406
0660, Part 107
947-3
60947-3
0660, Part 107
Low-voltage switchgear,
Switches,
Disconnectors,
Switch-disconnectors,
Fuse-combination units
158
292-1
292-2
292-3
0660, Part 102
0660, Part 104
0660, Part 106
0660, Part 301
947-4-1
60947-4-1
0660, Part 102
Low-voltage switchgear,
Control circuit devices and switching elements
337
0660 Part 200 to Part 205
947-5-1
60947-5-1
0660, Part 200
Low-voltage switchgear,
Multiple-function equipment,
Automatic transfer switching equipment
-
-
947-6-1
60947-6-1
0660, Part 114
Low-voltage switchgear,
Multiple-function equipment,
Control and protective switching devices (CPS)
-
0611 Part 1 and 2
947-7-1
60947-7-1
0611, Part 1
Low-voltage switchgear,
Ancillary equipment (e.g. terminal blocks)
Switches, disconnectors, switch-disconnectors and fuse combination units
(IEC 947-3, EN 60947-3)
These devices must now be labelled with the product function designated by the manufacturer. This means placing clearly visible symbols on the
device itself.
Devices with an isolating function are subject to special safety requirements. They must for example have greater creepage distances and clearances across the opened contacts than is necessary for other devices.
Device functions and corresponding symbols
Making/breaking
Isolating
Making/breaking
+ isolating
Switch
Disconnector
Switch-disconnector
Switch-fuse
Disconnector-fuse
Switch-disconnector-fuse
Fuse-switch
Fuse-disconnector
Fuse switch-disconnector
OMRON equipment is designed for the world’s markets
It is manufactured and tested in accordance with national and international specifications, the most important of which are listed below:
IEC 947-..., EN 60947:
IEC 664:
IEC364:
IEC 204-..., EN 60204-...:
DIN VDE 0105:
IEC 536:
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Low-voltage switch gear and control gear
Insulation co-ordination including clearances and creepage distances for equipment
Electrical installations of buildings
Electrical equipment of industrial machines
Operation of electrical power installations
Protection against electric shock
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
Utilization categories for contactors to IEC 947-4-1 and EN 60947
Typical examples of application
I = current made, Ic = current broken
Type of Utilization Ie = rated operational current
current category U = voltage before make
Ue = rated operational voltage
Ur = recovery voltage
Make
Ie
Verification of rated making and breaking capacities
Break
Make
Ic
Ie
-
1
1
Break
1.5
1.05
0.8
1.05
0.8
1
0.95
AC-2
Slip-ring motors: starting, switching off
2.5
1
0.65
2.5
1
0.65
All values
4
1.05
0.65
4
1.05
0.65
AC-3
Squirrel-cage motors: starting, switching off motors Ie ≤17
Ie > 17
during running4
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
1
1
0.17
0.17
0.65
0.35
Ie ≤100
Ie > 100
10
10
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
8
8
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
AC-4
Squirrel-cage motors: starting, plugging, inching
Ie ≤17
Ie > 17
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
Ie ≤100
Ie > 100
12
12
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
10
10
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
All values
All values
1.5
1
0.95
cos ϕ
A
cos ϕ
Non-inductive or slightly inductive loads, resistance
All values
furnaces
cos ϕ
U
Ue
-
cos ϕ
Ue
I
Ie
Ic
Ie
U
Ue
A
Ur
Ie
I
Ie
AC-1
AC
Verification of electrical endurance
Ur
Ue
AC-5A
Switching of electric discharge lamp controls
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3.0
1.05
0.45
3.0
1.05
0.45
AC-5B
Switching of incandescent lamps
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.52
1.05
2
1.52
1.05
2
AC-6A3
Switching of transformers
As given by the manufacturer
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
AC-6B3
Switching of capacitor banks
As given by the manufacturer
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
AC-7A
Slightly inductive loads in household appliances and
As given by the manufacturer
similar applications
-
1.5
1.05
0.8
1.5
1.05
0.8
8.0
1.05
1
6.0
1.05
1
)
)
AC-7B
Motor-loads for household applications
As given by the manufacturer
-
8.0
1.05
1
AC-8A
Hermetic refrigerant compressor motor control with
As given by the manufacturer
manual resetting of overload releases5
-
6.0
1.05
1
AC-8B
Hermetic refrigerant compressor motor control with
As given by the manufacturer
automatic resetting of overload releases5
6.0
1.05
1
Ur
L/R
Ie
A
Ur
)
)
-
6.0
1.05
1
)
)
)
)
I
Ie
U
Ue
L/R
Ic
Ie
L/R
Ie
-
Ue
ms
U
Ue
ms
Ic
Ie
-
A
I
Ie
L/R
ms
Ue
ms
DC-1
Non-inductive or slightly inductive loads, resistance
All values
furnaces
1
1
1
1
1
1
All values
1.5
1.05
1
1.5
1.05
1
DC-3
Shunt motors: starting, plugging, inching, dynamic
braking
All values
2.5
1
2
2.5
1
2
All values
4
1.05
2.5
4
1.05
2.5
DC-5
Series motors: starting, plugging, inching, dynamic
All values
braking
2.5
1
7.5
2.5
1
7.5
All values
4
1.05
15
4
1.05
15
-
1.5
2
)
1.05
2
1.5
2
)
1.05
2
DC
DC-6
Switching of incandescent lamps
-
-
-
-
-
Note 1: cos ϕ = 0.45 for Ie ≤100 A; cos ϕ = 0.35 for Ie > 100 A.
2: The tests are to be carried out with an incandescent light load.
3: The test data are to be derived from the test values for AC-3 or AC-4 according to
Table VIIb, EN 60947-4-1.
-
-
)
)
4: AC-3 category may be used for occasional inching (jogging) or plugging for limited
time periods such as machine set-up; during such limited time periods the number
of such operations should not exceed five per minute or more than ten in a ten
minute period.
5: A hermetic refrigerant compressor motor is a combination consisting of a compressor and a motor, both of which are enclosed in the same housing, with no external
shaft or shaft seals, the motor operating in the refrigerant.
Utilization categories for control switches to IEC 947-5-1 and EN 60947
Typical examples of application
I = current made, Ic = current broken
Ie = rated operational current
U = rated operational voltage
Type of Utilization e
Ur = recovery voltage
current category
U = voltage before make
t0.95 = time in ms to reach 95 % of the steady-state
current
P = Ue x Ie = rated power consumption in watts
AC
DC
Normal conditions of use
Abormal conditions of use
Make
Break
Make
Break
I
Ie
U
Ue
cos ϕ
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
I
Ie
U
Ue
cos ϕ
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
-
AC-12
Control of resistive and solid state loads as in optocoupler input circuits
1
1
0.9
1
1
0.9
-
-
-
-
-
AC-13
Control of solid state loads with transformer isolation
2
1
0.65
1
1
0.65
10
1.1
0.65
1.1
1.1
0.65
AC-14
Control of small electromagnetic loads (≤72 VA)
6
1
0.3
1
1
0.3
6
1.1
0.7
6
1.1
0.7
AC-15
Control of electromagnetic loads (> 72 VA)
10
1
0.3
1
1
0.3
10
1.1
0.3
10
1.1
0.3
I
Ie
U
Ue
t0.95
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
t0.95
I
Ie
U
Ue
t0.95
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
t0.95
DC-12
Control of resistive and solid state loads as in optocoupler input circuits
1
1
1 ms
1
1
1 ms
-
-
-
-
-
-
DC-13
Control of electromagnets
1
1
6xP1)
1
1
6xP1)
1.1
1.1
6xP1)
1.1
1.1
6xP1)
DC-14
Control of electromagnetic loads having economy
resistors in circuits
10
1
15 ms 1
1
15 ms
10
1.1
15 ms 10
1.1
15 ms
Note 1: The value “6 x P” results from an empirical relationship which is found to represent most DC magnetic loads to an upper limit of P = 50 W, viz 6 x P = 300 ms. Loads having power
consumption greater than 50 W are assumed to consist of smaller loads in parallel. Therefore, 300 ms is to be an upper limit, irrespective of the power consumption value.
Utilization categories for switches, disconnectors, switch-disconnectors, and fuse combination units to IEC 947-3 and EN 60947
Typical applications
I = current made, Ic = current broken
Type of Utilization Ie = rated operational current
current category U = voltage before make
Ue = rated operational voltage
Ur = recovery voltage
AC
Verification of electrical endurance
Make
Ie
A
Verification of switching capacity
Break
I
Ie
U
Ue
cos ϕ
Make
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
Ie
A
Break
I
Ie
U
Ue
cos ϕ
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
AC-20
A(B)2
Connecting and disconnecting under no-load condiAll values
tions
1
)
1
1
1
)
1
1
All values
1
)
1.05
1
1
)
1.05
1
AC-21
A(B)2
Switching of resistive loads, including moderate
overloads
All values
1
1
0.95
1
1
0.95
All values
1.5
1.05
0.95
1.5
1.05
0.95
AC-22
A(B)2
Switching of mixed resistive and inductive loads, inAll values
cluding moderate overloads
1
1
0.8
1
1
0.8
All values
3
1.05
0.65
3
1.05
0.65
)
)
)
)
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)
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)
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Utilization categories for switches, disconnectors, switch-disconnectors, and fuse combination units to IEC 947-3 and EN 60947
Type of
current
Typical applications
I = current made, Ic = current broken
Utilization Ie = rated operational current
category U = voltage before make
Ue = rated operational voltage
Ur = recovery voltage
AC-23
A(B)2
Switching of motor loads or other highly inductive
loads
Verification of electrical endurance
Make
U
Ue
cos ϕ
A
I
Ie
All values
1
1
Ie
I
Ie
Ie
A
DC
Verification of switching capacity
Break
Make
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
0.65
1
1
0.65
U
Ue
L/R
ms
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
Break
A
I
Ie
U
Ue
Ie ≤100
Ie > 100
10
10
L/R
Ie
ms
A
Ie
cos ϕ
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
cos ϕ
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
8
8
1.05
1.05
0.45
0.35
I
Ie
U
Ue
L/R
Ic
Ie
Ur
Ue
L/R
ms
ms
DC-20
A(B)2
Connecting and disconnecting under no-load condiAll values
tions
1
)
1
)
1
)
1
)
1
)
1
)
All values
1
)
1.05
1
1
)
1.05
1
DC-21
A(B)2
Switching of resistive loads, including moderate
overloads
All values
1
1
1
1
1
1
All values
1.5
1.05
1
1.5
1.05
1
DC-22
A(B)2
Switching of mixed resistive and inductive loads, inAll values
cluding moderate overloads (e.g. shunt motors)
1
1
2
1
1
2
All values
4
1.05
2.5
4
1.05
2.5
DC-23
A(B)2
Switching of highly inductive loads (e.g. series moAll values
tors)
1
1
7.5
1
1
7.5
All values
4
1.05
15
4
1.05
15
)
)
Note 1: If the switching device has a making and/or breaking capacity, the figures for the current and the power factor (time constants) must be stated by the manufacturer.
2: A: frequent operation, B: infrequent operation.
Protection against electrical shock, to IEC 536
Damp heat, constant, to IEC 68 Part 2-3
IEC 536 covers the setting up of electrical apparatus, and its
arrangement in electrical installations with rated voltages up to 1000
VAC and 1500 VDC, with regard to protection against direct contact
where operating elements such as push-buttons and switches are
located in the vicinity of live parts.
In this test, the effects of a constant high level of humidity
(93 +2/-3%) and a constant temperature (40 ±2)°C over a prescribed
duration, are observed.
“Finger-proofing” relates only to the operating device, and only in the
normal direction of operation. A clearance of at least 30 mm radius
from the centre point of the device to any live parts, must be ensured.
This test is used to assess the suitability of electrical products for
operation and storage at high relative humidity levels, in conjunction
with cyclic temperature fluctuation. A test cycle consists of 12 hours
at 40 ±2°C, with relative humidity of 93 ±3%, and 12 hours at
25 ±3°C, with the relative humidity of at least 95%.
The IP 20 degree of protection is superior to “finger-proofing” in that
it embodies protection against contact with electrical apparatus in
any direction. Devices which are “finger-proof” and of IP 00 degree of
protection can be provided with further protection against contact in
the form of shrouding, if so desired.
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Damp heat, cyclic, to IEC 68 Part 2 - 30, Test Db
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature is the temperature of the room (e.g. factory bay
or switchgear room), in which the open or enclosed device is
installed, a prerequisite being that this temperature is not significantly
influenced by the heat losses from the device.
Glossary of standard terms
This Glossary offers brief expIanations of some of the standard
terms used in this catalogue. However, it must not be regarded as a
substitute for the actual text of the standard, especially where the
new terms used in IEC 947 are concerned.
Reference is therefore made aIongside each such term to the reIevant section of the standard, e.g. IEC 947-1 in addition, IEV numbers
are given to enable you to find foreign language equivalents in the
International EIectrotechnicaI Vocabulary
(IEG 50), if required.
Rated conditional short-circuit current Iq
Rated uninterrupted current Iu
The prospective current which a switching device, e.g. a circuitbreaker, protected by a short-circuit protective device such as a
motor-protective circuit-breaker, can carry for the duration of the protective device tripping time.
The vaIue of current which an equipment can carry in uninterrupted
duty (i.e. for weeks, months or years).
(IEC 947-1; 2.5.29/IEV 441-17-20)
Mininum command time
Minimum duration for a trip-initiating factor (controI puIse, short circuit) to effect the corresponding reaction, e.g. the short-circuit duration necessary to initiate tripping.
Rated breaking capacity
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.5.3)
The r.m.s. value of current which a switching device is capable of
breaking according to its utiIization category. The rated breaking
capacity is stated by reference to the rated operational voltage and
the rated operational current.
The equipment must be capable of breaking any value of current up
to and incIuding its rated breaking capacity stated.
Rated actuating voltage Uc
(rated control circuit voltage)
(IEC 947-1; 4.5.1)
The voltage which is applied to the actuating make contact in a control circuit. Due to the presence in the controI circuit of transformers
or resistors, this voltage may differ from the rated control supply voltage.
Rated service short-circuit breaking capacity Ics
(IEC 947-2; 4.3.5.2.2)
The prospective short-circuit current which, depending on the rated
operationaI voltage, a circuit-breaker is capable of breaking repeatedly (test cycle: O - CO - CO; previousIy P-2). After interrupting this
current vaIue, the circuit-breaker must be capable, despite its own
thermal level having increased, of continuing to carry and disconnect
in the event of overIoading, the rated uninterrupted current.
Rating or rated power
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.2.3)
The rated operational power which an equipment is capable of
switching at the associated rated operational voItage in accordance
with the utilization category.
For example:
motor contactor utilization category AC-3: 37 kW at 400 V.
Rated operational voltage Ue
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.1.1)
The voItage to which the characteristics of an equipment are
referred. The rated operational current must not in any case exceed
the rated insulation voltage.
Rated operational current Ie
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.2.4)
Rated making capacity
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.5.2)
The vaIue of current which an equipment is capabIe of switching On
in accordance with the utilization category and at the rated operational voltage.
Rated frequency
(IEC 847-1; 4,3.3)
The frequency for which an equipment is designed and to which the
other characteristic vaIues are referred.
Rated ultimate short-circuit breaking
capacity Icu
(IEC 947-2; 4.3.5.2.1)
The maximum prospective fault current which a circuit-breaker is
capable of interrupting
(test cycIe: O - CO; previously P-1)
Rated insulation voltage Ui
(IEG 947-1; 4.3.1 .2)
The voltage to which insulation tests and creepage distances of an
equipment are referred. The maximum operationaI voltage must not
in any case exceed the rated insulation voltage.
Rated short-circuit breaking capacity Icn
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.6.3)
The maximum value of current which an equipment is capable of
switching Off at rated operational voItage and rated frequency, and
without sustaining damage. It is expressed as r.m.s. value.
Motor rating
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.2.3)
Power output of a motor at the associated operational voltage.
Rated control supply voltage Us
(IEC 947-1; 4.5.1)
The voltage applied to the input terminals of the control circuit of an
equipment. Due to the presence of transformers or resistors in the
control circuit, this may differ from the rated actuating (control circuit)
voltage.
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.1 .3)
Measures the stability of the internal clearances of an equipment
against overvoltage peaks. The utilization of suitable switchgear can
ensure that overvoltages are prevented from transferring from the
mains to deenergized system sections within it.
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.2.3)
The current which an equipment is capabIe of carrying taking into
account the rated operational current, duration of operation, utilization category and ambient temperature.
Rated current In
(of a circuit-breaker)
(IEC 947-2; 4.3.2.3)
For circuit-breakers, this current value is equal to the uninterrupted
current and the conventional free air thermaI current.
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87
Protection against direct contact
Finger proof
Design measures incorporated into equipment in order to prevent
direct contact, i.e. without tools, with live parts of a system (finger
proof, back-of-hand proof).
An equipment whose live parts cannot be touched by the operator
during actuation is termed finger proof. This also affects operator
activity on neighbouring switching devices. The finger proof area of a
push-actuated operating medium is a circular area of at least 30 mm
radius around the actuating element, and vertical to the direction of
actuation.
Control circuit reliability
Measures the probability of switching states arising during the
lifespan of a contact, which would be interpreted as faults by downstream electronic controllers (PLCs). Control circuit reliability is
expressed in values based on tests using standard limit values for
signal inputs.
Within this circular area, touch-critical parts must be located at not
less than 80 mm depth under the actuating level.
Utilization category
(IEC 947-1; 2.1 .18/IEV 441-17-19)
Damp heat, constant
This test subjects the equipment to an ambient temperature of 40°C
at a constant humidity of 93%. At set intervals during the test, the
electrical and mechanical function of the equipment are examined.
Damp heat, cyclic
This test subjects the equipment to cyclically changing climatic conditions: a cycle applies 40°C ambient temperature at 93% relative
humidity for 12 hours, followed by 12 hours of 25°C at 95% relative
humidity. At set intervals during the test, the electrical and mechanical function of the equipment are examined.
A combination of specified requirements relating to the condition in
which the switching device or the fuse fulfills its purpose, selected to
represent a characteristic group of practical applications. The specified requirements may concern, e.g. the values of making capacities,
breaking capacities and other characteristic values, data concerning
associated circuits, and the relevant conditions of use and behaviour.
(IEC 947-2; 4.4)
For circuit-breakers, the utilization category denotes whether the
equipment is designed for selectivity using time delay (category B) or
not (category A).
Back-of-hand proof
An equipment whose live parts cannot be touched by a sphere of
50 mm diameter, is regarded as back-of-hand proof.
Altitude
The density of air decreases with increasing altitude, and this
reduces its insulating capacity as well as its heat transfer capability.
The rated operational voltage and current of switching devices, conductors and motors as well as the tripping behaviour of thermal overload relays are affected by this.
Upon request, OMRON ELECTRONICS will supply information as to
the suitability or otherwise of switchgear for operation at altitudes
above the 2000 m limit specified by the standard.
Conventional free air thermal current
(IEC 947-1; 4.3.2.1)
The maximum value of current which an equipment is capable of carrying for a minimum of eight hours without thermal overloading. As a
rule, it corresponds to the maximum operational current.
Creepage path
(IEC 947-1; 2.5.51/IEV 151-03-37)
The shortest distance along the surface of the insulating material
between two conductive parts. The creepage distance is determined
by the rated insulation voltage, the pollution degree and the creepage current resistance of the material used.
Clearance
(IEC 947-1; 2.5.46/IEV 441-17-31)
The distance between two conductive parts along a string stretched
the shortest way between these conductive parts. The clearance in
air is determined by the rated impulse withstand voltage, overvoltage
category and pollution degree.
88
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
Emergency-stop switching device
Switching device within an emergency-stop circuit which is intended
to prevent danger to persons, damage to machinery or working
materials.
Opening delay
(IEV 441-17-36)
Overvoltage category
(IEC 947-1; 2.5.60)
Conventional number for prospective overvoltages at the point of
installation, as might be caused for example by the effect of lightning
or switching processes. The overvoltage category applicable to
industrial switchgear is III. The applicability of switchgear according
to the overvoltage categories is defined as follows:
The interval of time between the specified instant of initiation of the
opening operation and the instant when the arcing contacts have
separated in all poles. The opening time is the sum of the tripping
time and the inherent delay of the contacts.
Overvoltage category IV:
Closing delay
Overvoltage category III:
The interval of time between the instant of command and the first
make operation of the contacts of the first pole to close. The closing
delay is made up of the response delay and the closing time.
Operating media with special requirements as to the serviceability for
connection in fixed installations, which are protected by overvoltage
diversion measures, e.g. circuit-breakers in low-voltage distribution
systems or in control systems for industrial use.
Shock resistance
Overvoltage category II:
The capacity of an equipment to withstand pulse-like motions without
changing its operating status or sustaining damage. No contact lifting
must take place on devices in the On position, the main contacts
must not knock against each other in the Off position. A safety switch
must not trip, and control circuit switches must not change their
switching status.
Power consumers for connection to fixed installations, e. g. household appliances, electrical tools.
Safe isolation
Ambient temperature, open
(IEC 536, DIN VDE 0106 Part 101)
(IEV 441-11-13)
Isolation of circuits not carrying dangerous voltages (e.g. protective
extra-low voltage) from circuits in which dangerous voltages flow.
Such isolation is achieved by means of reinforced or double insulation which reliably prevents voltage transfer from one circuit to
another. This might otherwise take place between main circuits and
control circuits in switching devices or between transformer primary
and secondary. ”Safe isolation” is a priority requirement for safety circuits and functional low-voltage circuits.
Room temperature for example of the workshop or switch room in
which the switching device is located.
Isolating function
(IEC 947-1; 2.1.19)
Equipments are deemed to possess this isolating function provided
their switching contacts when in the open position, achieve the separation distance prescribed for the isolation of electrical circuits, and
their creepage paths and clearance distances are of the required
size. The power supply to the entire installation or a section of the
installation can thus be cut off for safety reasons, e.g. during maintenance.
Tamper proof
An emergency-stop switching device is regarded as tamper proof
provided it cannot be reset without tools or via a prescribed procedure, after tripping has taken place. The device latches in the tripped
position. Accidental or deliberate manipulation (inching) is thus ruled
out.
Use allowed directly at the termination point of the installation
(directly affected by any lightning), e.g. at an overhead line connection point.
Overvoltage category I:
Operating media for connection to circuits containing overvoltage
protection schemes, e.g. electronic devices.
Ambient temperature, enclosed
(IEV 441-11-13)
Temperature at which the switching device is capable of being operated within a closed housing. For this purpose, it must be taken into
account that the heat losses of the device will add to the internal temperature rise within the enclosure.
Losses
(IEV 151-03-18)
The difference between the input power and the output power of a
device. The main type of loss in electrical power distribution switchgear and operating media is current heat loss.
Pollution degree
(IEC 947-1; 6./1.3.2)
Conventional number for the prospective quantities of conductive
dust and humidity which can lead to a reduction in the control circuit
reliability of a device. The pollution degree is described by the following influencing factors:
Pollution degree 1:
No pollution or only dry, non-conductive pollution occurs. The pollution does not affect the control circuit reliability.
Pollution degree 2:
Usually, only non-conductive pollution. However, transient conductivity through condensation is to be expected.
Pollution degree 3: (switchgear for industrial use)
Conductive pollution or dry, non-conductive pollution which is rendered conductive through condensation.
Pollution degree 4:
The pollution leads to long-term conductivity, e.g. pollution by conductive dust, rain or snow.
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
89
Coordination type
Status of a switchgear combination (motor starter) during and after
testing at rated conditional current:
Coordination Type “1“:
- No risk to persons or installations
- No requirement for immediate readiness for renewed operation
- Damage to the starter is permissible
Coordination type “2“:
- No risk to persons or installations
- Starter is capable of renewed operation
- No damage to the starter with the exception of a slight welding of
the contacts, provided they can be separated without significant
deformation.
Positive opening operation
vided they are mechanically linked in such a way as to ensure that
normally open and normally closed contacts can never be closed
simultaneously.
This arrangement must also ensure that minimum contact separation
of 0.5 mm is maintained over the entire lifespan of the device, even
during a fault, e.g. the welding of one contact.
The relevant German Trade Association requires the use of contactors with interlocked opposing contacts for control systems on power
presses in the metal processing industry.
Positive/enforced
operation/actuation
This describes an arrangement where a link between the actuator
and the switching element ensures that the force exerted on the actuator is transferred directly, i.e. without the intervention of sprung
parts, onto the switching element.
(IEC 947-1; 2.4.11/IEV 441-16-12)
Positive opening
This opening operation is designed to ensure that auxiliary contacts
of a switching device are always in the respective positions corresponding to the open or closed position of the main contacts. The
contacts of a contactor are interlocked opposing contacts, pro-
(IEC 947-1; 2.4.10/IEV 441-16-11)
An opening operation which ensures that the main contacts of a
mechanical switching device have attained the open position when
the actuator is in the Off-position.
Symbols used in Technical Data and Formulae
DF
Icn
Duty factor
Rated short-circuit breaking capacity
Ith
Conventional free air thermal current
Ithe
Conventional thermal current of enclosed devices
Ics
Rated service short-circuit breaking capacity
Iu
Rated uninterrupted current
Icu
Rated ultimate short-circuit breaking capacity
SNT
Transformer rating
Ie
Rated operational current
Uc
Rated actuating voltage
I”sc
Transformer initial short-circuit current AC
Ue
Rated operational voltage
In
Rated current
Ui
Rated insulation voltage
INT
Rated transformer current
Uimp
Rated impulse withstand voltage
Iq
Rated conditional short-circuit current
uk
Transformer short-circuit voltage
Ir
Set value of overcurrent release
Us
Rated control voltage
Irm
Response value of non-delayed short-circuit release
90
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
Additional ordering information for contactors
CE-Marking
The manufacturer has to sign his products with the CE-Marking. With
the CE-Marking the manufacturer confirms the accordance with the
different EEC Directives. The CE-Marking is absolutely necessary to
sell the products in the EEC.
Attached you find the EEC Directives concerning our products.
Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
Declarations of Conformity art. no. D586.. on request.
Test Authorities, Registration Mark, Approvals
OMRON Low voltage switchgear is built and tested to national and
international specifications. All devices suit all important specifications without any test obligation, like VDE, BS and also relative to
IEC Recommendations and to European Standards like IEC 947 and
EN 60947.
It is for this reason OMRON Low voltage switchgear is used all over
the world. In order to provide special versions, limitations to the max.
voltages, currents and power ratings or special markings are sometimes necessary.
Country
Canada
State deputy or private CSA UL
examination
(state admitted)
OMRON Low voltage switchgear is also suitable for applications in
marine environments.
They are classified in "Lloyd`s Register of Shipping" and in the "Maritime Register of Shipping" (GUS). The "American Bureau of Shipping" does not claim a general approval for single components, the
complete electrical equipment on board has to be approved. The
devices should have UL- and CSA-approvals. Further information for
Guide-No. and File-No. (CSA, UL) you will find on page 95.
For approved values see technical data of the devices.State deputy
USA
Switzer- Denland
mark
Norway Sweden Finland Poland
UL
SEV
or R
Approval of
switchgear
commendable
No approval since 1.1.1994
Our devices are according to the harmonised
European Standards e.g. EN 60947 (IEC 947,
VDE 0660) and can be used generally
DEMKO NEMKO SEMKO SETI
Czech
Hungaria
SKTC
EZU
MEEI
*1
Label marking of examination boards
Duty of approvals
All switchgear
Specification
UL is authorised for approvals Marking with approbation label is no longer
acc. to Canadian Standards
necessary
*1
SEP
Slowakia
CSA-approvals are replaced by UL-approvals valid for USA and Canada. From 1. 1. 2000 switchgear will be marked with the combined approval. UL-mark
or
only.
Explanations for choice and supply of low voltage switchgears in Canada and USA
Marking of auxiliary contacts
At several devices in UL-data are two voltages for auxiliary contacts
mentioned (e. g.: 600 volts at same potential, 150 volts at different
potentials). That means, if the voltage is higher than 150 volts, the control voltage applied to input terminals must be at the same potential
Marking of
auxiliary
contacts
according to
CSA and UL
Max. rated values per pole
Voltage Current
Make
Break
Cont.
Current
V
A
Heavy Duty
AC 120
(HD or HVY DTY) AC 240
AC 480
AC 600
DC 125
DC 250
DC 600
Standard Duty
AC 120
(SD or STD DTY) AC 240
AC 480
AC 600
DC 125
DC 250
DC 600
A
60
30
15
12
2,2
1,1
0,4
30
15
7,5
6
1,1
0,55
0,2
A
6
3
1,5
1,2
2,2
1,1
0,4
3
1,5
0,75
0,6
1,1
0,55
0,2
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Low voltage switchgear for auxiliary circuits (e. g. contactor relays,
control units, auxiliary contacts in general) usually approved for
"Heavy Duty" or "Standard Duty" UL and besides these marked with
the admissible max. voltage or with short codes (see table).
Contact
Rating
Code
Designation
Marking of
auxiliary
contacts
according to
CSA and UL
Max. rated values per pole
Voltage Current
Make
Break
Cont.
Current
V
A
Contact
Rating
Code
Designation
A150
A300
A600
A600
N150
N300
N600
B150
B300
B600
B600
P150
P300
P600
-
AC 120
AC 240
AC 480
AC 600
DC 125
DC 250
DC 600
AC 120
AC 240
DC 125
DC 250
AC 120
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,5
1
1
1
1
0,5
C150
C300
C600
C600
Q150
Q300
Q600
D150
D300
R150
R300
E150
-
-
A
15
7,5
3,75
3
0,55
0,27
0,1
3,6
1,8
0,22
0,11
1,8
Low Voltage Switch Gear
A
1,5
0,75
0,375
0,3
0,55
0,27
0,1
0,6
0,3
0,22
0,11
0,3
Appendix
91
Discernment at UL-Standards
Recognized Component Industrial Control Equipment
Listed Industrial Control Equipment
UL issues yellow "Guide cards" with Guide- and File-No.
UL issues white "Guide cards" with Guide- and File-No.
Devices have permission to be marked with
Devices have to be marked with the "UL-Listing Mark"
on the label
Devices approved for "field wiring",
Devices as components approved for "factory wiring":
a) devices for employment in control panels, when they are mounted
devices for employment in control panels, when they are selected,
and wired by skilled worker.
mounted and wired according to the charging conditions by skilled worker.
b) devices for retail in USA
Valid UL-Standards:
UL 508„Standard for Industrial Control Equipment“
(partly limited)
Are devices approved as "Listed Equipment"
Valid UL-Standards:
UL 508„Standard for Industrial Control Equipment“
(unlimited)
UL 486"Standard for Wire Connectors and Soldering Lugs"
the approval is also valid for using as "Recognized Component" R.
Approvals
Country
USA, Canada
Switzerland
UL
SEV
Europe
Type
Register of Shipping
CENELEC
CB-Certificates
Great Britain
LRS
GUS
MRS
Italy
RINA
Mini Contactors J7KNA and Accessories
J7KNA-AR..(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KNA-09..(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KNA-12..(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J73KN-A..., J73KN-AM o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
Contactors Series J7KN
J7KN(G)-10...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-14...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-18...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-22...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-24...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-32...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN(G)-40...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-50...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-62...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-74...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-85...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-110...(D)
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7KN-151...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J7KN-176...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J7KN-200...
-
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J73KN-B...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J73KN-C...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J74KN-B-PT...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J74KN-A-VG...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J74KN-B-VG
-
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J74KN-C...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
J74KN-D...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
Accessories
Thermal Overload Relays
J7TKN-A...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7TKN-B...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7TKN-C...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7TKN-D...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7TKN-E...
o
-
-
o
-
-
-
o
J7TKN-F...
-
-
-
o
-
-
-
-
o In Standard version approved
92
x In Test
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
- Not provided for test until now
Permissible ratings of devices approved for North America
Circuit breakers of J7MN series are approved for USA and Canada. According to UL 508 and C22.2 No.14 they can also be used with a load feeder
contactor. These Circuit breakers can be used as „Manual Motor Starter“ for „Group Fusing“ or for „Group Installation“ or as „Manual Motor Controller Suitable for Tap Conductor Protection in Group Installations“ or as „Self Protected Combination Motor Controller“ (Type E).
Circuit breakers J7MN as „Manual Motor Starter“
Inlet according
upstream
short circuit
protection device
If used as „Manual Motor Starter“ the circuit breaker is always operated in combination with a short circuit
device. For use with approbated fuses or circuit breakers according to UL489 or CSA22.2 No. 5 only. The
size are selected according to National Electrical Code (UL), or Canadian Electrical Code (CSA).
Circuit breaker
J7MN12
J7MN25
J7MN50
J7MN100
NEMA Size 00
FLA max. 12 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 1
FLA max. 25 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 2
FLA max. 50 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 3
FLA max. 100 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
V
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
110/120
1/2
–
2
–
3
–
10
–
200
11/2
3
3
71/2
71/2
15
20
30
220/240
2
3
5
71/2
10
20
20
40
440/480
–
71/2
–
15
–
40
–
75
550/600
–
10
–
20
–
50
–
100
Circuit breakers J7MN as „Manual Motor Controller Suitable for Tap Conductor Protection in Group
Installations“
Inlet according
outlet
short circuit
protection device
For UL only, not for CSA. If used as „Manual Motor Controller Suitable for Tap Conductor Protection in
Group Installations“ the circuit breaker is always operated in combination with a short circuit device. For
use with approbated fuses or circuit breakers according to UL489 only. The size are selected according
to National Electrical Code.
Circuit breaker
J7MN12
J7MN25
J7MN50
J7MN100
NEMA Size 00
FLA max. 12 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 1
FLA max. 25 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 2
FLA max. 50 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 3
FLA max. 100 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
V
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
110/120
1/3
–
2
–
3
–
10
–
200
3/4
2
3
71/2
71/2
15
20
30
220/240
1
2
3
71/2
10
20
20
40
440/480
–
5
–
15
–
40
–
75
550/600
–
–
–
10
–
50
–
75
3-phas.
Circuit breakers J7MN as „Combination Motor Controller Type E“
As of UL 16. 07. 2001, UL508 demands a line-side 1 air and 2 creepage distance for „Combination Motor Controller Type E“ Therefor circuitbreakers
J7MN-25 and J7MN-100 are approved to UL 508 in combination with the terminal blocks listed below. The basic unit of circuit-breakers J7MN-25
conforms with the required air/creepage distances. According to CSA these terminal blocks can be omitted when the device is used as „Combination Motor Controller Type E“.
Circuit breaker
J7MN12
J7MN25 + J74MN-TB25
J7MN50
J7MN100 + J74MN-TB100
NEMA Size 00
FLA max. 12 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 1
FLA max. 25 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 2
FLA max. 50 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
NEMA Size 3
FLA max. 100 A, 600 V
hp-rating max.
V
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
1-phas.
3-phas.
110/120
–
2
–
3
–
10
–
200
–
3
71/2
71/2
15
20
30
220/240
–
3
71/2
10
20
20
40
440/480
–
–
15
–
40
–
75
550/600
–
–
10
–
50
–
75
Ratings of auxiliary switches and alarm switches
Lateral auxiliary switch with 1NO + 1 NC
Max. rated voltage to NEMA AC V
600
240
uninterupted current A
10
2,5
Breaking capacity AC
A600
C300
Q300
R300
J73MN11S
DC
Transversal auxiliary switch with 1NO +
1NC
J73MN11F
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
93
Permissible ratings of devices approved for North America
Ratings Icu complies with „short Manual Motor Starter
circuit breaking breaking capacity“
Circuit breaker
up to AC
240 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
up to AC
480 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
up to AC
600 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
Manual Motor Controller
Suitable for Tap
Conductor Protection in
Group Installations
Combination Motor Controller Type E
up to AC
240 V
UL
kA
up to AC
480 V
UL
kA
up to AC
240 V
UL
kA
up to AC
240 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
up to AC
480 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
up to AC
600 V
UL
CSA
kA
kA
Type
Rated
current
IN
A
J7MN-12
0,11... 3,2 65
50
65
50
30
10
65
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
65
50
65
50
30
10
65
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
5
65
50
65
50
30
10
65
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6,3
65
50
65
50
30
10
65
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
8
65
50
65
50
30
10
65
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
50
50
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
12
50
50
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
J7MN-25
0,11 ... 3,2 65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
(+J74MN-TB25)
4
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
5
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
6,3
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
8
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
10
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
12,5
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
16
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
-
65
50
65
30
-
-
20
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
-
65
50
65
30
-
-
22
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
-
65
50
65
30
-
-
25
65
50
65
50
30
30
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
65
65
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
32
65
50
65
50
25
25
65
65
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
40
65
50
65
50
25
25
65
65
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
45
65
50
65
50
25
25
65
65
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
50
65
50
65
50
25
25
65
65
25
65
50
65
50
25
25
J7MN-100
50
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
(+J74MN-TB100)
63
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
75
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
30
65
50
65
30
50
30
90
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
-
65
50
65
30
-
-
100(99)
65
50
65
50
30
30
65
65
-
65
50
65
30
-
-
J7MN-50
hp-rating = Power rating in in horse power (maximum motor rating)
FLA = Full Load Amps / Motor full load current
Icu complies with „short circuit breaking capacity“ to UL
Approvals
Country
USA
Canada
USA
Canada
MANUAL MOTOR
CONTROLLER
COMBINATION
MOTOR
CONTROLLER
UL
UL
UL
Europe
and R-Guide- and File-No.
These data are important for UL-inspecting
Devices
UL
Circuit Breakers J7MN
as Manual Motor Controller
Type
Guide-No.
File-No.
Canada
USA
NLRV7
NLRV
E129916
J7MN-12
o
o
-
-
o
E197641
o
o
o*1
o*1
o
Circuit Breakers J7MN
NKJH7
as Combination Motor Controller
NKJH
J7MN-25
J7MN-50
o
o
o
o
o
J74MN busbar system
NLRV7
NLRV
E129916
o
J74MN accessories
NKCR7
NKCR
E66273
J7MN-100
o
o
o
*2
o
*2
J73MN-11F
o
o
-
-
o
J73MN-N
o
o
-
-
o
J73MN-S
o
o
-
-
o
J73MN-T-11S
o
o
-
-
o
J73MN-L
o
-
-
-
o
J74MN-TB25
o
o
-
-
o
J74MN-TB100 o
o
-
-
o
*1
*2
o
-
94
in use with J74MN-TB25
un use with J74MN-TB100
In standard version approved
Not provided for test till now
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
and R-Guide- and File-No.
These data are important for UL-inspecting
Devices
Guide-No.
Kanada
USA
Kanada
USA
Contactors
NLDX7
NLDX
NLDX8
NLDX2
Accessories
NKCR7
NKCR
NKCR8
NKCR2
Thermal Overload Relays
NKCR7
NKCR
-
-
Circuit Breakers J7MN
as Manual Motor Controller
NLRV7
NLRV
-
-
Circuit Breakers J7MN
as Combination Motor Controller
NKJH7
NKJH
-
-
J7MN Bus Bar Assemblies
NLRV7
NLRV
-
-
J7MN Accessories
NKCR7
NKCR
-
-
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
95
■ Technical information
Degree of protection acc. to EN60947
Protection ratings are prefixed by the internationally agreed letters IP
followed by two digits.
st
1 digit:
2
nd
Pertains to solid objects
Short description
1
Protected against- Dripping water (vertically falling drops)
dripping water
shall have no harmful effect.
2
Protected against
dripping water
when tilted up to
15°
Vertically dripping water shall have no
harmful effect when the enclosure is tilted at any angle up to 15° from its normal position.
3
Protected against
spraying water
Water falling as a spray at an angle up
to 60° from the vertical shall have no
harmful effect.
4
Protected against
splashing water
Water splashed against the enclosure
from any direction shall have no harmful effect.
5
Protected against
water jets
Water protected by a nozzle against the
enclosure from any direction shall have
no harmful effect.
digit: Pertains to water.
1st
digit
Short description
1
Protected against Excludes solid objects exceeding
solid objects great- 50 mm in diameter and protects against
er than 50 mm
contact with live and moving parts by a
large body surface such as a hand (but
not against deliberate access).
2L
2nd
digit
Protected against
solid objects greater than 12,5 mm
and against contact
by standard test
finger
Definition
Excludes solid objects exceeding
12,5 mm in diameter and protects
against contact with live and moving
parts by a standard test finger or similar
objects not exceeding 80 mm in length.
Definition
3
Protected against Excludes solid objects exceeding
solid objects great- 2,5 mm in diameter or thickness.
er than 2,5 mm
6
Protected against
heavy seas
Water from heavy seas or water projected in powerful jets shall not enter
the enclosure in harmful quanties.
4
Protected against Excludes solid objects exceeding 1 mm
solid objects great- in diameter or thickness.
er than 1 mm
7
Protected against
the effects of immersion
5
Dust protected
Prevents ingress of dust in quantities
and locations that would interfere with
the intended operation of the equipment.
Ingress of water in a harmful quantity
shall not be possible when the enclosure is immersed in water under standard conditions of pressure and time.
8
Protected against
submersion
No ingress of water.
6
Dust tight
Prevents ingress of dust.
Terminal markings acc. to EN50011
Resistance to climatic conditions acc. to IEC 68
Auxiliary contacts of AC contactors and contacts of contactor relays
and thermal overload relays are particularly marked. The terminal
markings of normally-open contacts are printed as positive figures,
they of normally-closed contacts as negative figures.
Open-type devices are climate-resistant in the constant climate
according to IEC 68-2-3 (this is a climate with an ambient temperature of 40°C and an atmospheric humidity of 90 to 95%).
This gives a clear indication of the function of the contacts.
The figure below illustrates the determination of terminal markings
for contactors with auxiliary contact blocks.
Sequence number
Enclosed devices are climate-resistant in an alternating climate
according to IEC 68-2-30 (this is a moist alternating climate with a
24-hour cycle between climates with an ambient temperature of
25°C, and an atmospheric humidity of 95 to 100% and an ambient
temperature of 40°C, and an atmospheric humidity of 90 to 96% in
the presence of condensation during rises in temperature).
Data are valid up to an altitude of 2000m above sea level.
Short circuit protection
Function number
The complete terminal marking according
to EN 50011 and EN 50012 results from the
sequence numbers on the contactor relay
or ac contactor (2., 3.) and the function
numbers on the auxiliary contact blocks
(e. g. .1, .2, or .3, .4).
96
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
Back up fuses should be used to protect contactors and starters
against short circuits. For starters the device with the smaller admissible fuse at the main and at the control circuit (contactor or thermal
overload) determines the fuse size.
After a short circuit devices have to be checked for correct operation.
Disconnect power before proceeding with any work on the equipment!
Mounting positions of contactors
J7KNA-AR... and J7KNA-12...
J7KN-10 to J7KN-74, J7KN-85 to J7KN-110
J7KN-151... to J7KN-200
Terminal screws
Devices
Kind of connection
Devices
Kind of connection
Type
Screw with
washer
Type
Screw with
washer
Screw with
clamp box
M3,5
-
Screw with
clamp box
Coil conductor
Mini Contactors
J7KN-10... to J7KN-110...
All conductors
J7KN-AR...; J7KNA-09...;
J7KNA-12...
M3,5
Accessories
-
Contactors
Main conductor
J73KNA(M)...
M3,5
-
J73KN-B, J73KN-C
M3,5
-
-
Thermal Overload Relays
J7KN-10... to J7KN-22...
M3,5
-
Main conductor
J7KN-24... to J7KN-40...
-
M5
J7TKN-A
M4
J7KN-50... to J7KN-74...
-
M6
J7TKN-B
M3,5
-
J7KN-85..., J7KN-110...
-
M8
J7TKN-C
M5
-
J7TKN-D
-
M6
J7KN-10... to J7KN-22...
M3,5
-
Auxiliary conductor
J7KN-85... to J7KN-110
M3,5
-
All devices
M3,5
-
Auxiliary conductor
Terminal screws in relation to screwdriver sizes and tightening torques
Terminal screws
Pozidriv
Version
Size
Screw with Pozidriv and slot
M3
Screw or
nut with hexagonal-head
Pz 1
Screw driver
Tightening torque
Nm
lb. inch
Size 1
0,6 - 1,2
5 - 11
M3,5
Pz 2
Size 2, 3
0,8 - 1,4
7 - 12
M4
Pz 2
Size 3, 4
1,2 - 1,8
11 - 16
M5
Pz 2
Size 3, 4, 5
2,5 - 3
22 - 26
M6
Pz 3
Size 4, 5
3,5 - 4,5
31 - 40
M8
-
-
6 - 10
53 - 88
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
97
General technical information
■ Current carrying capacities of PVC insulated 600/1000 Volt cables
with copper or aluminium conductors.
In accordance with the 16th edition of the “Wiring Regulations for Electrical Installations“.
Basic assumptions: Ambient temperature of 30°C.
Circuit of protected by a OMRON circuit-breaker to IEC 947-2, or a fuse to BS 88 or BS 1361.
Figures must be adjusted by the correction factors for ambient temperature and/or cable grouping as detailed in the IEE regs.
Conductor
size
In conduit or trunking (enclosed)
mm²
Clipped to surface or cable tray,
bunched, embedded in plaster
(unenclosed)
Fixed to vertical surface of wall or open
cable trench with 20 mm separation
between cables and wall
Single-phase
Three-phase
Single-phase
Three-phase
Single-phase
Three-phase
Cu [A]
Cu [A]
Cu [A]
Cu [A]
Cu [A]
Cu [A]
Al [A]
Al [A]
Al [A]
Al [A]
Al [A]
Al [A]
Single core, PVC insulated cable non-armoured, copper or aluminium conductors.
1.0
13.5
-
12.0
-
15.5
-
14.0
-
-
-
-
-
1.5
17.5
-
15.5
-
20.0
-
18.0
-
-
-
-
-
2.5
24.0
-
21.0
-
27.0
-
25.0
-
-
-
-
-
4.0
32.0
-
28.0
-
37.0
-
33.0
-
-
-
-
-
6.0
41.0
-
36.0
-
47.0
-
43.0
-
-
-
-
-
10.0
57.0
-
50.0
-
65.0
-
59.0
-
-
-
-
-
16.0
76.0
-
68.0
-
87.0
-
79.0
-
-
-
-
-
25.0
101.0
-
89.0
-
114.0
-
104.0
-
126.0
-
112.0
-
35.0
125.0
-
110.0
-
141.0
-
129.0
-
156.0
-
141.0
-
50.0
151.0
118.0
134.0
104.0
182.0
134.0
167.0
123.0
191.0
144.0
172.0
132.0
70.0
192.0
150.0
171.0
133.0
234.0
172.0
214.0
156.0
246.0
185.0
223.0
169.0
95.0
232.0
181.0
207.0
161.0
284.0
210.0
261.0
194.0
300.0
225.0
273.0
206.0
120.0
296.0
210.0
239.0
186.0
330.0
245.0
303.0
226.0
349.0
261.0
318.0
240.0
150.0
300.0
234.0
262.0
204.0
381.0
283.0
349.0
261.0
404.0
301.0
369.0
277.0
185.0
341.0
266.0
296.0
230.0
436.0
324.0
400.0
299.0
463.0
344.0
424.0
317.0
240.0
400.0
312.0
346.0
269.0
515.0
384.0
472.0
354.0
549.0
407.0
504.0
375.0
300.0
458.0
358.0
394.0
306.0
594.0
444.0
545.0
410.0
635.0
469.0
584.0
435.0
400.0
546.0
-
467.0
-
694.0
-
634.0
-
732.0
-
679.0
-
500.0
626.0
-
533.0
-
792.0
-
723.0
-
835.0
-
778.0
-
630.0
720.0
-
611.0
-
904.0
-
826.0
-
953.0
-
892.0
-
Twin and multi-core PVC insulated cable, non-armoured, copper or aluminium conductors.
1.0
11.0
-
11.5
-
15.0
-
13.5
-
17.0
-
14.5
-
1.5
14.0
-
15.0
-
19.5
-
17.5
-
22.0
-
18.5
-
2.5
18.5
-
20.0
-
27.0
-
24.0
-
30.0
-
25.0
-
4.0
25.0
-
27.0
-
36.0
-
32.0
-
40.0
-
34.0
-
6.0
32.0
-
34.0
-
46.0
-
41.0
-
51.0
-
43.0
-
10.0
43.0
-
46.0
-
63.0
-
57.0
-
70.0
-
60.0
-
16.0
57.0
54.0
62.0
48.0
85.0
66.0
76.0
59.0
94.0
73.0
80.0
61.0
78.0
25.0
75.0
71.0
80.0
62.0
112.0
83.0
96.0
73.0
119.0
89.0
101.0
35.0
92.0
86.0
99.0
77.0
138.0
103.0
119.0
90.0
148.0
111.0
126.0
96.0
50.0
110.0
104.0
118.0
92.0
168.0
125.0
144.0
110.0
180.0
135.0
153.0
117.0
70.0
139.0
131.0
149.0
116.0
213.0
160.0
184.0
140.0
232.0
173.0
196.0
150.0
95.0
167.0
157.0
179.0
139.0
258.0
195.0
261.0
170.0
282.0
210.0
238.0
183.0
120.0
192.0
-
206.0
160.0
299.0
245.0
259.0
197.0
328.0
-
276.0
212.0
150.0
219.0
-
225.0
184.0
344.0
283.0
299.0
227.0
379.0
-
319.0
245.0
185.0
248.0
-
255.0
210.0
392.0
324.0
341.0
259.0
434.0
-
364.0
280.0
240.0
291.0
-
297.0
248.0
461.0
384.0
403.0
305.0
514.0
-
430.0
330.0
300.0
334.0
-
339.0
258.0
530.0
444.0
464.0
351.0
593.0
-
497.0
381.0
400.0
-
-
402.0
-
634.0
-
557.0
-
715.0
-
597.0
-
98
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
■ Overall diameter of cables (Copper)
The dimensions are based on BS specification or the average values as given by the manufacturers.
The overall diameters given are for cables of 600/1000 V grade.
Approx. overall diameter in mm
Number and nominal
PVC
area of cables (mm2) PVC/SWA
Approx. overall diameter in mm
Number and nominal
area of cables (mm2) PVC/SWA
PVC
1 x 1.0
-
4.5
2 x 1.0
-
1 x 1.5
-
4.9
2 x 1.5
11.7
-
1 x 2.5
-
5.8
2 x 2.5
13.1
8.6
1 x 4.0
-
6.8
2 x 4.0
15.1
10.7
7.2
1 x 6.0
-
7.4
2 x 6.0
16.5
12.0
1 x 10.0
-
8.8
2 x 10.0
20.1
14.9
1 x 16.0
-
10.5
2 x 16.0
21.9
17.2
1 x 25.0
-
12.5
2 x 25.0
23.0
18.4
1 x 35.0
-
13.5
2 x 35.0
24.9
20.1
1 x 50.0
19.1
15.1
2 x 50.0
27.8
22.8
1 x 70.0
21.1
16.9
2 x 70.0
30.4
25.5
1 x 95.0
23.4
19.4
2 x 95.0
35.5
29.3
1 x 120.0
26.3
21.0
2 x 120.0
38.0
31.8
1 x 150.0
28.3
23.2
2 x 150.0
41.3
35.1
1 x 185.0
30.8
25.8
2 x 185.0
46.4
39.1
1 x 240.0
34.1
29.0
2 x 240.0
51.2
43.9
1 x 300.0
37.0
32.1
2 x 300.0
56.4
48.7
1 x 400.0
42.0
35.8
2 x 400.0
61.9
54.2
1 x 500.0
45.6
39.6
-
-
-
1 x 630.0
49.7
43.8
-
-
-
Approx. overall diameter in mm
Number and nominal
PVC
area of cables (mm2) PVC/SWA
3 x 1.0
-
3 x 1.5
12.3
3 x 2.5
3 x 4.0
Approx. overall diameter in mm
Number and nominal
area of cables (mm2) PVC/SWA
PVC
-
4 x 1.0
-
7.6
4 x 1.5
13.0
8.3
13.6
9.1
4 x 2.5
14.5
10.0
15.8
11.5
4 x 4.0
17.8
12.6
3 x 6.0
18.0
12.8
4 x 6.0
19.2
14.2
3 x 10.0
21.2
15.8
4 x 10.0
22.8
17.7
3 x 16.0
23.1
19.7
4 x 16.0
26.3
20.6
3 x 25.0
25.0
20.4
4 x 25.0
27.8
22.9
3 x 35.0
27.3
22.4
4 x 35.0
30.5
25.4
3 x 50.0
30.5
25.5
4 x 50.0
35.4
29.2
3 x 70.0
35.0
28.7
4 x 70.0
39.2
33.0
3 x 95.0
39.3
33.3
4 x 95.0
44.3
38.3
3 x 120.0
42.2
36.3
4 x 120.0
49.3
41.8
3 x 150.0
47.5
40.0
4 x 150.0
53.6
46.3
3 x 185.0
51.9
44.6
4 x 185.0
59.0
61.3
3 x 240.0
57.8
50.1
4 x 240.0
65.7
58.0
3 x 300.0
63.2
55.6
4 x 300.0
72.0
64.6
3 x 400.0
69.6
62.2
4 x 400.0
81.3
72.0
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Appendix
99
■ Conversion table
To convert
Multiply by
Inches to millimeters (mm)
25.4
Millimeters to inches (In.)
0.03937
Feet to meters (m)
0.3048
Conversion table for:
Centigrade/Fahrenheit
BP-212
meters to feet (ft)
3.2808
200
Yards to meters (m)
0.9144
190
meters to yards (yd)
1.0936
180
Miles to kilometers (km)
1.6093
Kilometers to miles (mil.)
0.6214
Square inches to square millimeters (mm2)
645.16
160
150
Square yards to square meters (m2)
0.8361
140
Square meters to square yards (yd2)
1.196
Cubic inches to cubic centimeters (cm3)
16.387
120
0.06102
Pounds to kilogrammes (kg)
0.4536
110
Kilogrammes to pounds (lb)
2.2046
100
1,016.05
Kilogrammes to tons (240 lb)
90
0.0009842
Ounces (avoirdpois) to grammes (g)
0.0353
70
Gallons to litres (l)
4.561
60
Litres to gallons
0.220
50
Force N (newtons) to lbft
1 N = 1 kg (mass) accelerated at 1 metre/sec.
0.225
1 Nm = 1 J (joule) to calorie
0.239
30
Horse-power to kilowatts (kW)
0.7458
20
Kilowatts to horse-power (h.p.)
1 W (watt) = 1J/s
1.3408
10
Atmospheres to lb per square inch (lb/inch2)
1 bar = 1 kg/cm2 = 735.6 mm Hg = 14.2 lb/inch2
FP-
14.68
Conversion table for mm²/AWG cable sizes
mm2
100
AWG
0.75
18
1.0
17
1.5
16
2.5
13
4.0
12
6.0
10
10.0
8
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
70
60
50
40
30
80
28.3495
Grammes to ounces
80
130
Cubic centimeters to cubic inches (inch3)
Tons (2,240 lb) to kilogrammes (kg)
90
170
0.00155
Square millimeters to square inches (inch2)
100
40
20
10
0
10
0
20
˚F
˚C
■ Rated currents of 3-phase motors (approx. figures for squirrel-cage motors)
Minimum fuse size for protection of 3-phase motors
The maximum size is determined by the requirements of the switchgear or overload relay.
The rated motor currents are for standard 1500 r.p.m. 3-phase enclosed ventilated and totally enclosed fan-cooled motors.
D.O.L. starting: Maximum starting current 6 x rated motor current. Maximum starting time 5 s.
Y/D starting:
Maximum starting current 2 x rated motor current. Maximum starting time 15 s.
Set overload relay in the phase lead to 0.58 x rated motor current.
Rated fuse currents for Y/D starting are also valid for 3-phase motors with slip-ring motors.
For higher rated currents, starting currents and/or longer starting times, larger fuses are required.
Table is valid for “slow” and/or “gL” fuses (DIN VDE 0636).
For NH fuses with aM characteristics, fuses = rated current is selected.
230 V
Motor rating
cos ϕ
kW
η%
400 V
Rated
motor
current
Fuse
starting
D.O.L.
A
A
415 V
Y/∆
Rated
motor
current
Fuse
starting
D.O.L.
A
A
A
Y/∆
Rated
motor
current
Fuse
starting
D.O.L.
Y/∆
A
A
A, BS
A, BS
0.06
0.7
58
0.37
2.0
-
0.21
2.0
-
0.21
2.0
2
0.09
0.7
60
0.54
2.0
-
0.31
2.0
-
0.30
2.0
2
0.12
0.7
60
0.72
4.0
2
0.41
2.0
-
0.40
2.0
2
0.18
0.7
62
1.04
4.0
2
0.6
2.0
-
0.58
2.0
2
0.25
0.7
62
1.4
4.0
2
0.8
4.0
2
0.8
4.0
2
0.37
0.72
66
2.0
6.0
4
1.1
4.0
2
1.1
4.0
2
0.55
0.75
69
2.7
10.0
4
1.5
4.0
2
1.5
6.0
4
0.75
0.79
74
3.2
10.0
4
1.9
6.0
4
1.8
6.0
4
1.1
0.81
74
4.6
10.0
6
2.6
6.0
4
2.6
10.0
6
1.5
0.81
74
6.3
16.0
10
3.6
6.0
4
3.5
16.0
10
2.2
0.81
78
8.7
20.0
10
5.0
10.0
6
4.8
16.0
10
3.0
0.82
80
11.5
25.0
16
6.6
16.0
10
6.4
20.0
16
4.0
0.82
83
14.8
32.0
16
8.5
20.0
10
8.2
20.0
16
5.5
0.82
86
19.6
32.0
25
11.3
25.0
16
10.9
25.0
20
7.5
0.82
87
26.4
50.0
32
15.2
32.0
16
14.6
35.0
25
11.0
0.84
87
38.0
80.0
40
21.7
40.0
25
20.9
50.0
32
15.0
0.84
88
51.0
100.0
63
29.3
63.0
32
28.2
80.0
40
18.5
0.84
88
63.0
125.0
80
36.0
63.0
40
35.0
80.0
50
22.0
0.84
92
71.0
125.0
80
41.0
80.0
50
40.0
80.0
50
30.0
0.85
92
96.0
200.0
100
55.0
100.0
63
53.0
100.0
80
37.0
0.86
92
117.0
200.0
125
68.0
125.0
80
65.0
125.0
80
45.0
0.86
93
141.0
250.0
160
81.0
160.0
100
78.0
125.0
80
55.0
0.86
93
173.0
250.0
200
99.0
200.0
125
96.0
160.0
100
75.0
0.86
94
233.0
315.0
250
134.0
200.0
160
129.0
250.0
160
90.0
0.86
94
279.0
400.0
315
161.0
250.0
200
155.0
250.0
160
110.0
0.86
94
342.0
500.0
400
196.0
315.0
200
189.0
315.0
200
132.0
0.87
95
401.0
630.0
500
231.0
400.0
250
222.0
355.0
250
160.0
0.87
95
486.0
630.0
630
279.0
400.0
315
269.0
355.0
315
200.0
0.87
95
607.0
800.0
630
349.0
500.0
400
337.0
450.0
355
250.0
0.87
95
-
-
-
437.0
630.0
500
421.0
500.0
450
315.0
0.87
96
-
-
-
544.0
800.0
630
525.0
630.0
560
400.0
0.88
96
-
-
-
683.0
1000.0
800
-
-
-
450.0
0.88
96
-
-
-
769.0
1000.0
800
-
-
-
500.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
560.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
630.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Appendix
101
Minimum fuse size for protection of 3-phase motors
The maximum size is determined by the requirements of the switchgear or overload relay.
The rated motor currents are for standard 1500 r.p.m. 3-phase enclosed ventilated and totally enclosed fan-cooled motors.
D.O.L. starting: Maximum starting current 6 x rated motor current. Maximum starting time 5 s.
Y/D starting:
Maximum starting current 2 x rated motor current. Maximum starting time 15 s.
Set overload relay in the phase lead to 0.58 x rated motor current.
Rated fuse currents for Y/D starting are also valid for 3-phase motors with slip-ring motors.
For higher rated currents, starting currents and/or longer starting times, larger fuses are required.
Table is valid for “slow” and/or “gL” fuses (DIN VDE 0636).
For NH fuses with aM characteristics, fuses = rated current is selected.
500 V
Motor rating
cos ϕ
kW
η%
600 V
Rated
motor
current
Fuse
starting
D.O.L. Y/∆
A
A
A
Rated
motor
current
Fuse
starting
D.O.L. Y/∆
A
A
A
0.06
0.7
58
0.17
2.0
-
0.12
2.0
-
0.09
0.7
60
0.25
2.0
-
0.18
2.0
-
0.12
0.7
60
0.33
2.0
-
0.24
2.0
-
0.18
0.7
62
0.48
2.0
-
0.35
2.0
-
0.25
0.7
62
0.70
2.0
-
0.50
2.0
-
0.37
0.72
66
0.90
2.0
2
0.70
2.0
-
0.55
0.75
69
1.20
4.0
2
0.90
4.0
2
0.75
0.79
74
1.50
4.0
2
1.10
4.0
2
1.1
0.81
74
2.1
6.0
4
1.5
4.0
2
1.5
0.81
74
2.9
6.0
4
2.1
6.0
4
2.2
0.81
78
4.0
10.0
4
2.9
10.0
4
3.0
0.82
80
5.3
16.0
6
3.8
10.0
4
4.0
0.82
83
6.8
16.0
10
4.9
16.0
6
5.5
0.82
86
9.0
20.0
16
6.5
16.0
10
7.5
0.82
87
12.1
25.0
16
8.8
20.0
10
11.0
0.84
87
17.4
32.0
20
12.6
25.0
16
15.0
0.84
88
23.4
50.0
25
17.0
32.0
20
18.5
0.84
88
28.9
50.0
32
20.9
32.0
25
22.0
0.84
92
33.0
63.0
32
23.8
50.0
25
30.0
0.85
92
44.0
80.0
50
32.0
63.0
32
37.0
0.86
92
54.0
100.0
63
39.0
80.0
50
45.0
0.86
93
65.0
125.0
80
47.0
80.0
63
55.0
0.86
93
79.0
160.0
80
58.0
100.0
63
75.0
0.86
94
107.0
200.0
125
78.0
160.0
100
90.0
0.86
94
129.0
200.0
160
93.0
160.0
100
110.0
0.86
94
157.0
250.0
160
114.0
200.0
125
132.0
0.87
95
184.0
250.0
200
134.0
250.0
160
160.0
0.87
95
224.0
315.0
250
162.0
250.0
200
200.0
0.87
95
279.0
400.0
315
202.0
315.0
250
250.0
0.87
95
349.0
500.0
400
253.0
400.0
315
315.0
0.87
96
436.0
630.0
500
316.0
500.0
400
400.0
0.88
96
547.0
800.0
630
396.0
630.0
400
450.0
0.88
96
615.0
800.0
630
446.0
630.0
630
500.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
491.0
630.0
630
560.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
550.0
800.0
630
630.0
0.88
97
-
-
-
618.0
800.0
630
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
Cat. No. J09E-EN-01
102
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Low Voltage Switch Gear Appendix
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