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Control panel design guide
UL 508A control panel design guide
The easy-to-design guide for selection of electrical control components
in control panels used in industrial machinery applications
This guide is provided to assist with the design of control panels per
ULT 508A, specifically for use in industrial machinery applications. This
guide is designed to cover the most common applications of electrical
control products per UL 508A, but is by no means an exhaustive guide,
and does not cover all uses and applications associated with UL 508A
regulations. This guide is not intended to be used in lieu of UL 508A
or other regulatory standards. Always consult all pertinent actual
regulatory standards and local standard representatives to
ensure full compliance.
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Feeder Main
4
Multi-Load Panel
Feeder Main
See Page 4
Feeder Main
Feeder
Main
See Page 4
Feeder
Main
Group Motor 6
Single Motor Panel
Individual
Circuit for
Motor Load
Branch
Protection
Branch
Branch
Protection
Protection
Branch
Branch
Protection
Protection
Branch
Branch
Protection
Protection
Branch
Protection
Branch
Protection
8
Branch
Protection
Heater or
Lighting14
Lead
OR
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Overload
Protection
Overload
Overload
Protection
Protection
Overload
Overload
Protection
Protection
Overload
Overload
Protection
Protection
Overload
Protection
Group Motor—Multiple
Individual
Heater
or
GroupMotors
MotorProtected
—Multiple Motors
ProtectedCircuitIndividual
Circuit
for Motor Load for Motor
Lighting
Load
by a Single Set of Fuses
or Breaker
Load
by a Single
Set of Fuses or Breaker
See Page 6
See Page 6
See Page 8
Page
SeeSee
Page
8 14
Transformer
or Power
Controller
Supply
Transformer
or Power
Supply
M
M
L
L
M
M
Control
Heater
or
Circuit
Lighting
Load
Page
SeeSee
Page
14 20
TransformerPower
or Power Circuit16
Supply Wiring
Controller
Transformer
or Power
Controller
Supply
Overload
Protection
M
Overload
Protection
L
M
M
M
Control
Circuit
Single Motor
Load
See Page 20
See Page 31
SingleControl
Motor
Circuit
Load
Page
SeeSee
Page
31 20
L
Control
Circuit
Accessories19
Control
See Page 20Circuit20
Single
Motor Load
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Sizing the feeder
Reference Section 32.3.1 a
The feeder amp rating is sized
based on the sum of the amp
rating of the largest branch
protective device plus the fullload currents of the other loads.
Circuit Breaker
175A
In this example, the 125A circuit
breaker is the largest short-circuit
protective device. This value is
added to the full load currents
of the other loads in the circuit
(motors, heater, and the primary
of the transformer).
The overcurrent feeder amp rating
should not exceed the conductor
ampacity rating on the loadside.
For conductor ampacity ratings,
see Table 28.1 on Page 18.
Circuit Breaker
50A
Circuit Breaker
125A
Circuit Breaker
25A
Fuses
6A
Controller
Transformer
or Power
Supply
Overload
Protection
Overload
Protection
Overload
Protection
Controller
Controller
Controller
Controller
Overload
Protection
M
L
M
Motor Load
Motor Load
Motor Load
Motor Load
3.4 FLA
7.6 FLA
14 FLA
65 FLA
Heater Load
Transformer
Load
(Primary Side)
20A
1.95A
Example Multi-Load Panel
125A + 3.4A + 7.6A + 14A + 20A + 2A = 172A
Use closest size, 175A
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Breaker and Fused Disconnect Selection
Molded Case Circuit Breaker
EG Frame
Target
Ampacity
Breaker
Frame
Rotary Fusible Disconnect (Fuses not Included)
NEMA 1/12/3R
Rotary Handle
Mechanism,
12” Shaft for EG
EGHMVD12B
18 kA 480V
25 kA 240V
25 kA 480V
65 kA 240V
JG Frame
25 kA 480V
35 kA 240V
NEMA 1/12/3R
Rotary Handle
Mechanism,
12” Shaft for JG
JGHMVD12B
35 kA 480V
65 kA 240V
NEMA 1/12/3R
Rotary Handle
Mechanism,
12” Shaft for LG
LGHMVD12B
LG Frame
65 kA 480V 65 kA 480V 100 kA 480V
100 kA 240V 100 kA 240V 200 kA 240V
100 kA @ 600V
with Class J
200 kA 600V
with Class J
Base R4H3030FJ
NEMA 1, 3R,
12 handle PHB1N12F
12" shaft SF320PH5X5
Fuse type Class J
Integrated lugs #14–#10
Base R9J3030FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB1N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH10X10
Fuse type Class J
Terminal lugs #10–#6
—
Base R9K3060FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB2N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH10X10
Fuse type Class J
Integrated lugs #10–#6
—
Base R9K3100FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB2N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH10X10
Fuse type Class J
Terminal lugs #12–1
—
Base R9K3200FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB2N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH10X10
Fuse type Class J
Terminal lugs #6–3/0
—
Base R9K3400FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB2N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH10X10
Fuse type Class J
Terminal lugs #2–600 kcmil
—
Base R9K3600FJ
NEMA 4X handle PHB3N4XF
12" shaft SF320PH12X12
Fuse type Class J
Terminal lugs 2x #2–2x 600 kcmil
1
EG
EGB3015FFG
—
EGE3015FFG
—
EGH3015FFG
—
EGC3015FFG
3
6
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
125
150
175
200
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
EG
JG
JG
JG
JG
JG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
EGB3015FFG
EGB3015FFG
EGB3015FFG
EGB3015FFG
EGB3020FFG
EGB3025FFG
EGB3030FFG
EGB3035FFG
EGB3040FFG
EGB3045FFG
EGB3050FFG
EGB3060FFG
EGB3070FFG
EGB3080FFG
EGB3090FFG
EGB3100FFG
EGB3125FFG
EGB3125FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
JGE3150FAG
JGE3175FAG
JGE3200FAG
JGE3225FAG
JGE3250FAG
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGE3015FFG
EGE3015FFG
EGE3015FFG
EGE3015FFG
EGE3020FFG
EGE3025FFG
EGE3030FFG
EGE3035FFG
EGE3040FFG
EGE3045FFG
EGE3050FFG
EGE3060FFG
EGE3070FFG
EGE3080FFG
EGE3090FFG
EGE3100FFG
EGE3125FFG
EGE3125FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
JGS3150FAG
JGS3175FAG
JGS3200FAG
JGS3225FAG
JGS3250FAG
LGE3300FAG
LGE3350FAG
LGE3400FAG
LGE3500FAG
LGE3500FAG
LGE3600FAG
EGH3015FFG
EGH3015FFG
EGH3015FFG
EGH3015FFG
EGH3020FFG
EGH3025FFG
EGH3030FFG
EGH3035FFG
EGH3040FFG
EGH3045FFG
EGH3050FFG
EGH3060FFG
EGH3070FFG
EGH3080FFG
EGH3090FFG
EGH3100FFG
EGH3125FFG
EGH3125FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
JGH3150FAG
JGH3175FAG
JGH3200FAG
JGH3225FAG
JGH3250FAG
LGH3300FAG
LGH3350FAG
LGH3400FAG
LGH3500FAG
LGH3500FAG
LGH3600FAG
EGC3015FFG
EGC3015FFG
EGC3015FFG
EGC3015FFG
EGC3020FFG
EGC3025FFG
EGC3030FFG
EGC3035FFG
EGC3040FFG
EGC3045FFG
EGC3050FFG
EGC3060FFG
EGC3070FFG
EGC3080FFG
EGC3090FFG
EGC3100FFG
EGC3125FFG
EGC3125FFG
JGC3150FAG
JGC3175FAG
JGC3200FAG
JGC3225FAG
JGC3250FAG
LGU3300FAG
LGU3350FAG
LGU3400FAG
LGU3500FAG
LGU3500FAG
LGU3600FAG
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Group motor design
Reference Section 31.4.1 c
The following rules apply to
manual motor controllers for motor loads onlye:
A single set of fuses or breaker can be used if the following
conditions are met:
Branch
Protection
1. All power circuit devices are rated for group motor use as
indicated on the component, heater tables or instruction
publication.
2. The following tap rule (31.4.3) is met:
Controller
Overload
Protection
Controller
Overload
Protection
Controller
Overload
Protection
a. The conductors to the individual loads are not less than
1/10 the ampacity of the branch circuit protection for each
circuit provided with a manual motor controller (MMC)
marked “Suitable as tap conductor protection in group
installations.” Also, the conductors on the load side of the
MMC shall not have an ampacity less than 125% of the
motor FLA.
3. The branch circuit protection is sized by the sum of the
following:
a. If the branch protection is a breaker, 250% of the largest
motor FLA, plus the sum of the remaining motor loads,
b. If the branch protection is a time delay fuse, 175% of
the largest motor FLA, plus the sum of the remaining
motor loads, or
XT Manual Motor Controller (XTSC)
c. If the branch protection is a CC fuse, 300% of the largest
motor FLA, plus the sum of the remaining motor loads.
4. The branch circuit protection must not exceed the amp rating
as specified in the group installation marking of the power
circuit components and the type specified.
Group Motor—Multiple Motors Protected by a Single Set of
Fuses or Breaker
Notee: UL 508 Type F combination
motor controllers (XTFC) are
self-protected and do not limit the
upstream protective devices.
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Manual Motor Controllers Short-Circuit Ratings for UL/CSAT Group Installations
XTSC and XTSR Manual Motor Controllers (MMC) / Starter Combinations
Group Installation, UL/CSA
Assembled Controller
Non-Reversing
Reversing
FLA Adjustment
Range/Overload
Release—Ir
(Amps)
Maximum rms Symmetrical Short-Circuit Ratings (kA)
Maximum Upstream Protective Device (Amps)
240V
480V
600V
Maximum Fuse
600V
Maximum Circuit Breaker
600V
XTSC and XTSR Frame B MMP + Frame B Contactor
XTSCP16BBA
XTSRP16BBA
0.1–0.16
50
50
50
600
600
XTSCP25BBA
XTSRP16BBA
0.16–0.25
50
50
50
600
600
XTSCP40BBA
XTSRP40BBA
0.25–0.4
50
50
50
600
600
XTSCP63BBA
XTSRP63BBA
0.4–0.63
50
50
50
600
600
XTSC001BBA
XTSR001BBA
0.63–1
50
50
50
600
600
XTSC1P6BBA
XTSR1P6BBA
1–1.6
50
50
50
600
600
XTSCAP5BBA
XTSR2P5BBA
1.6–2.5
50
50
50
600
600
XTSC004BBA
XTSR004BBA
2.5–4
50
50
50
600
600
XTSC6P3BBA
XTSR6P3BBA
4–6.3
50
50
50
600
600
XTSC010BBA
XTSR010BBA
6.3–10
22
22
22
150
125
XTSC012BBA
XTSR012BBA
8–12
10
10
10
150
125
XTSC016BBA
—
10–16
10
10
10
150
125
XTSC and XTSR Frame B MMP + Frame C Contactor
XTSC016BCA
XTSR016BCA
10–16
10
10
10
150
125
XTSC020BCA
XTSR020BCA
16–20
10
10
10
150
125
XTSC025BCA
XTSR025BCA
20-25
10
10
10
150
125
XTSC032BCA
XTSR032BCA
25–32
5
5
5
150
125
XTSC and XTSR Frame D MMP + Frame C Contactor
XTSC016DCA
XTSR016DCA
10–16
50
50
10
600
600
XTSC025DCA
XTSR025DCA
16–25
50
50
10
600
600
XTSC032DCA
XTSR032DCA
25–32
50
50
10
600
600
XTSC and XTSR Frame D MMP + Frame D Contactor
XTSC040DDA
XTSR040DDA
32-40
50
50
10
600
600
XTSC050DDA
XTSR050DDA
40–50
50
50
10
600
600
XTSC058DDA
XTSR058DDA
50–58
50
50
—
—
—
XTSC063DDA
XTSR063DDA
55–63
50
50
—
—
—
NNote: Products are shown with a 120 Vac coil. For other coil voltages, replace the "A" suffix with the corresponding letter from the following table.
Coil Voltage
Suffix
120 Vac
24 Vdc
24 Vac
240 Vac
A
TD
T
B
Refer to Page 5 for breaker part numbers and to Page 19 for fuse base part numbers.
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Individual circuit for motor load
Branch
Protection
Controller
Overload
Protection
Reference Sections 31.3, 33.2, 34.2, 66.8
There are several ways to
build a branch circuit for a
motor load. Each method
provides short-circuit protection,
motor overload protection, and
the ability to start and stop the
motor. Some additionally
provide a means to disconnect
the branch circuit for maintenance and safety purposes.
UL 508 Type F Combination
Motor Controllers (CMCs)
(manual motor protector +
contactor + line-side adapter)
provide the most efficient means
to build a branch circuit for a
motor. CMCs are designed for
motor loads such that they do not
need to be oversized (as breakers
and fuses are) to prevent tripping
during motor startup. CMCs not
only take up less space, but also
install more quickly.
For selection of motor branch
circuits for 240V, refer to
Pages 10 and 11.
Individual Circuit for Motor Load
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For selection of motor branch
circuits for 480V, refer to
Pages 12 and 13.
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Motor Branch Circuit Types
Motor Branch Devices
Fuse and Starter
Breaker and Starter
Fuses
Short-circuit protection
Motor Circuit
Protector and Starter
Breaker
Motor
disconnect
MCP
Motor
disconnect
Short-circuit
protection
Short-circuit
protection
Combination Motor
Controller (Type F)
CMC
Motor disconnect
Short-circuit and
motor overload
protection
Motor controller
Contactor
Motor controller
Contactor
Motor controller
Contactor
Motor controller
Overload
relay
Motor overload
protection
Overload
relay
Motor overload
protection
Overload
relay
Motor overload
protection
Branch circuit functions
Disconnect function
Disconnect (separate)
Breaker
Motor circuit protector
Manual motor protector
Short-circuit protection
Fuse block/fuses
Breaker
Motor circuit protector
Manual motor protector
Motor controller
Contactor
Contactor
Contactor
Contactor
Motor overload protection
Installation
Overload relay
Overload relay
Overload relay
Manual motor protector
Installation effort
High
Moderate
Moderate
Low
Line-side commoning links
Usability
Not available
Not available
Not available
Yes
Controller options
Remote
Remote
Remote
Manual or remote
Resetability after short circuit
Protection
Replacement fuses necessary
Reset breaker switch
Reset MCP switch
Reset CMC switch
Sizing protective devices
Fuses are sized up to 300% of the FLA to
prevent nuisance tripping during startup.
Because the fuses are oversized for the motor
FLA, an overload relay is also needed.
Breakers are sized up to 250% of the FLA
to prevent nuisance tripping during startup.
Because the breaker is oversized for the motor
FLA, an overload relay is also needed.
MCPs are sized up to 800 to 1100% of the FLA
to prevent nuisance tripping during startup.
Because the MCP provides no thermal
protection, an overload relay is needed.
CMCs are sized according to the motor FLA to
provide overload protection. The CMC includes
short circuit that is designed to mimic the
motor inrush (14 times FLA).
Padlockable provision
Cost
No, unless provided in a separate disconnect
Yes, with breaker accessory
Yes, with MCP accessory
Included in MMP
Component price
Low
Moderate
Moderate
Low
Panel space (and cost)
Moderate
Moderate
Moderate
Low
Safety
Components used to build a reversing contactor
For reversing applications, the contactors should have mechanical
and electrical interlocks. For Frame B, use contactors with a
built-in NC auxiliary (ending in “B01A” instead of “B10A”).
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B
C
D
F
G
2
2
1
1
Contactor
Auxiliary contact (front)
Mechanical interlock
Reversing link kit
XTCE...B01
XTCEXFAC20
XTCEXMLB
XTCEXRLB
XTCE...C01
XTCEXFAC20
XTCEXMLC
XTCERLC
XTCE...D00
XTCEXFBG11
XTCEXMLD
XTCEXRLD
XTCE...F00
XTCEXFBG11
XTCEXMLG
XTCEXRLG
XTCE...G00
XTCEXFBG11
XTCEXMLG
XTCEXRLG
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Branch Motor Selection for 230 Vac
Fuse Starter
Breaker Starter
MCP-Starter
HP (230V)
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/2
2
3
5
7-1/2
FLA
2.2
3.2
4.2
6
6.8
9.6
15.2
22
Minimum Wire
Size (AWG)
14
14
14
14
14
14
12
10
Fuse amperage
3
6
10
15
15
15
30
40
Fuse type
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
J
J
Contactor
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE009B10A
XTCE015B10A
XTCE025C10A
Auxiliary contact
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload
relay
XTOB2P4BC1
XTOB004BC1
XTOB006BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB016BC1
XTOB024CC1
Overload range (A)
1.6 to 2.4
2.4 to 4.0
4 to 6
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
12 to 16
16 to 24
SCCR (kA)
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Breaker
EGH015FFG
EGH015FFG
EGH015FFG
EGH015FFG
EGH015FFG
EGH020FFG
EGH030FFG
EGH040FFG
Breaker size (A)
15
15
15
15
15
20
30
40
Contactor
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE009B10A
XTCE015B10A
XTCE025C10A
Auxiliary contact
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload
relay
XTOB2P4BC1
XTOB004BC1
XTOB006BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB016BC1
XTOB024CC1
Overload range (A)
1.6 to 2.4
2.4 to 4.0
4 to 6
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
12 to 16
16 to 24
SCCR (kA)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
50 kA A
Motor circuit
protector
HMCP003A0C
HMCP007C0C
HMCP007C0C
HMCPE015E0C
HMCPE015E0C
HMCPE015E0C
HMCPE030H1C
HMCPE030H1C
Contactor
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE007B10A
XTCE009B10A
XTCE015B10A
XTCE025C10A
Auxiliary contact
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload
relay
XTOB2P4BC1
XTOB004BC1
XTOB006BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB010BC1
XTOB016BC1
XTOB024CC1
Overload range
1.6 to 2.4
2.4 to 4.0
4 to 6
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
12 to 16
16 to 24
SCCR (kA)
35
35
15
65
65
65
65
65
Combination motor
controller
XTFC2P5BBA
XTFC004BBA
XTFC6P3BBA
XTFC6P3BBA
XTFC010BBA
XTFC010BBA
XTFC016BBA
XTFC025BCA
Overload range (A)
1.6 to 2.5
2.5 to 4.0
4 to 6.3
4 to 6.3
6.3 to 10
6.3 to 10
10 to 16
20 to 25
SCCR (kA)
65
65
65
65
65
65
50
18
CMC
A UL Pending.
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Fuse Starter
HP (230V)
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
FLA
28
42
54
68
80
104
130
154
Minimum Wire
Size (AWG)
8
6
4
4
3
1
2/0
3/0
Fuse amperage
Fuse type
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
50
J
XTCE032C10A
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
SCCR (kA)
Breaker
Breaker size (A)
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
XTOB032CC1
80
J
XTCE050D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
100
J
XTCE065D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB065DC1
125
J
XTCE065D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB075DC1
150
J
XTCE080F00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB100GC1
200
J
XTCE150G00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB125GC1
225
J
XTCE150G00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB150GC1
300
J
XTCE150G00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB175GC1
XTOB032CC1
40 to 57
100
EGH080FFG
80
XTCE040D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
50 to 65
100
EGH100FFG
100
XTCE050D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB065DC1
65 to 75
—
EGH125FFG
125
XTCE065D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB075DC1
70 to 100
100
JGE150FAG
150
XTCE080F00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB100GC1
95 to 125
100
JGE200FAG
200
XTCE095F00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB125GC1
120 to 150
100
JGE250FAG
250
XTCE115G00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB150GC1
145 to 175
100
LGE3300FAG
—
XTCE150G00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB175GC1
24 to 32
50 kA A
HMCPE050K2C
40 to 57
50 kA A
HMCPE100R3C
50 to 65
50 kA A
HMCPE100T3C
65 to 75
50 kA A
—
70 to 100
65 kA A
—
95 to 125
65 kA A
—
120 to 150
65 kA A
—
145 to 175
42 kA A
—
XTCE032C10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB032CC1
XTCE040D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
XTCE050D00A
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
—
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
—
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
—
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
—
1NO/1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
—
24 to 32
65
XTFC032BCA
40 to 57
65
XTFC050DDA
40 to 57
65
XTFC058DDA
—
—
FDMP 3080L +
XTCE080F00A
—
—
FDMP 3100L +
XTCE080F00A
—
—
FDMP 3160L +
XTCE085F00A
—
—
FDMP 3160L +
XTCE115G00A
—
—
FDMP 3160L +
XTCE150G00A
25 to 32
18
40 to 50
65
50 to 58
65
40 to 80
65
80 to 100
65
100 to 160
65
100 to 160
65
100 to 160
65
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
SCCR (kA)
Motor circuit
protector
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
Breaker Starter
MCP-Starter
CMC / MPCB + Contactor
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
SCCR (kA)
Combination motor
controller or
MPCB + contactor
Overload range (A)
SCCR (kA)
24 to 32
100
EGH050FFG
50
XTCE025C10A
1NO aux built-in
A UL Pending.
Notee: Contactors are shown with a 120 Vac coil. For other coil voltages, replace the "A" suffix with the corresponding letter from the following table.
Coil Voltage
Suffix
120 Vac
24 Vdc
24 Vac
240 Vac
A
TD
T
B
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Branch Motor Selection for 460 Vac
Fuse Starter
Breaker Starter
MCP-Starter
HP (480V)
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/2
2
3
5
7-1/2
FLA
1.1
1.6
2.1
3.0
3.4
4.8
7.6
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Minimum Wire
Size (AWG)
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
3
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB1P6BC1
3
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
3
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
6
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
6
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
10
CC
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB006BC1
15
CC
XTCE009B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB010BC1
30
CC
XTCE012B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB012BC1
1.0 to 1.6
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB1P6BC1
1.6 to 2.4
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
1.6 to 2.4
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
2.4 to 4
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
2.4 to 4
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
4 to 6
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB006BC1
6 to 10
100
EGE3015FFG
15A EG frame
XTCE009B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB010BC1
9 to 12
100
EGE3025FFG
25A EG frame
XTCE012B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB012BC1
1.0 to 1.6
—
HMCP003A0C
1.6 to 2.4
—
HMCP003A0C
1.6 to 2.4
—
HMCP003A0C
2.4 to 4
—
HMCP003A0C
2.4 to 4
—
HMCP003A0C
4 to 6
—
HMCPE015E0C
6 to 10
—
HMCPE015E0C
9 to 12
—
HMCPE015E0C
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB1P6BC1
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB2P4BC1
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB004BC1
XTCE007B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB006BC1
XTCE009B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB010BC1
XTCE012B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB012BC1
1.0 to 1.6
Fuse amperage
Fuse type
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
High fault rating (kA)
Breaker
Breaker size (A)
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
High fault rating
Motor circuit
protector
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
Thermal overload
relay
Overload range (A)
1.6 to 2.4
1.6 to 2.4
2.4 to 4
2.4 to 4
4 to 6
6 to 10
9 to 12
High fault rating (kA) 35
35
35
35
35
65
65
65
Combination motor
XTFC1P6BBA
controller
Overload range (A)
1.0 to 1.6
SCCR (kA) (480/277V) 65
XTFC2P5BBA
XTFC2P5BBA
XTFC004BBA
XTFC004BBA
XTFC6P3BBA
XTFC010BBA
XTFC012BBA
1.6 to 2.5
65
1.6 to 2.5
65
2.5 to 4.0
65
2.5 to 4.0
65
4 to 6.3
65
6 to 10
65
8 to 12
65
CMC
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Fuse Starter
Breaker Starter
MCP-Starter
CMC
HP (480V)
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
FLA
14
21
27
34
40
52
65
77
Minimum Wire
Size (AWG)
12
10
8
8
8
6
4
3
Fuse amperage
Fuse type
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
25
J
XTCE015B10A
1NO aux built-in
35
J
XTCE025C10A
1NO aux built-in
50
J
XTCE032C10A
1NO aux built-in
60
J
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
70
J
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
90
J
XTCE050D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
125
J
XTCE065D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
150
J
XTE080F00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
Thermal overload relay
Overload range (A)
High fault rating (kA)
Breaker
Breaker size (A)
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
XTOB016BC1
12 to 16
100
EGH3035FFG
35A EG frame
XTCE015B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB024CC1
16 to 24
100
EGH3040FFG
40A EG frame
XTCE025C10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB032CC1
24 to 32
100
EGH3050FFG
50A EG frame
XTCE032C10A
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload relay
Overload range (A)
High fault rating
Motor circuit protector
Contactor
Auxiliary contact
XTOB016BC1
12 to 16
—
HMCPE030H1C
XTCE015B10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB024CC1
16 to 24
65 kA A
HMCPE030H1C
XTCE025C10A
1NO aux built-in
XTOB032CC1
24 to 32
65 kA A
HMCPE050K2C
XTCE032C10A
1NO aux built-in
Thermal overload relay
Overload range (A)
High fault rating (kA)
Combination motor
controller or
MPCB + contactor
Overload range (A)
SCCR (kA) (480/277V)
XTOB016BC1
12 to 16
65
XTFC016BBA
XTOB024CC1
16 to 24
65
XTFC025BCA
XTOB032CC1
24 to 32
65
XTFC032BCA
XTOB040DC1
24 to 40
100
EGH3070FFG
70A EG frame
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB040DC1
24 to 40
65 kA A
HMCPE050K2C
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB040DC1
24 to 40
65
XTFC040DDA
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
100
EGH3080FFG
80A EG frame
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
65 kA A
HMCPE100R3C
XTCE040D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
65
XTFC050DDA
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
100
EGH3100FFG
100A EG frame
XTCE050D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
65 kA A
HMCPE100R3C
XTCE050D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB057DC1
40 to 57
65
XTFC058DDA
XTOB065DC1
50 to 65
100
EGH3125FFG
125A EG frame
XTCE065D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB075DC1
65 to 75
65 kA A
HMCPE100R3C
XTCE065D00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB065DC1
50 to 65
65
XTFC063DDA
XTOB100GC1
70 to 100
100
JGH3150FAG
150A JG frame
XTE080F00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB100GC1
70 to 100
65 kA A
HMCPE100T3C
XTE080F00A
1NO-1NC side aux
XTCEXSBN11
XTOB100GC1
70 to 100
65
FDMP 3080L +
XTCE080F00A
10 to 16
50
20 to 25
18
25 to 32
18
32 to 40
65
40 to 50
65
50 to 58
65
55 to 65
65
40 to 80
65
A UL Pending.
Notee: Contactors are shown with a 120 Vac coil. For other coil voltages, replace the "A" suffix with the corresponding letter from the following table.
Coil Voltage
Suffix
120 Vac
24 Vdc
24 Vac
240 Vac
A
TD
T
B
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Heater and lighting load circuits
Branch
Protection
Heater loadse:
Lighting loadse:
The branch circuit protection is
sized (see Section 31.6.1 exceptions for larger heater loads):
The branch circuit protection for
standard-duty incandescent
lampholders or fluorescent
ballasts (see Section 31.8.2 for
larger lighting loads):
1. Not less than 125% of the
heater load,
2. Not more than 60A, and
3. Not larger than the
ampacity of the field
wiring to the heater load.
Controller
Reference Sections 31.6, 31.8, 66.7.6
Controllers are sized to the
heater full-load rating using the
controller’s general-purpose
amp rating or resistive load
rating.
1. Shall not exceed
15A, and
2. Shall not exceed the
ampacity of the anticipated
field wiring
The controllers are sized to the
specific lighting ratings.
Heater or Lighting Load
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Contactors
Definite Purpose Contactor
Electrically Held Lighting Contactor
Resistive Load (A)
Two-Pole
Three-Pole
20
35
40
C25DRF215A
C25DRF225A
C25DRF230A
C25DRF315A
C25DRF325A
C25DRF330A
50
C25DRF240A
C25DRF340A
65
C25DRJ250A
C25DRJ350A
General Purpose
Amps
20
40
63
Ballast or Mercury
Vapor Load
(at 600V)
Tungsten Load
(at 480V)
2NO
3NO
4NO
10
20
10
20
CN35AN2AB
CN35BN2AB
CN35AN3AB
CN35BN3AB
CN35AN4AB
CN35BN4AB
IEC Contactor
Three-Pole
Four-Pole
XTCE015B10A
XTCE032C10A
XTCE040D00A
XTCF020B00A
XTCF045C10A
XTCF063D00A
Heater application between…
Single-Pole
Two-Pole
Two-Pole
Three-Pole
Miniature
Breaker
Miniature
Breaker
Molded Case Circuit Breaker
Miniature
Breaker
Molded Case Circuit Breaker
Breaker
Rating (A) Minimum
Maximum
10 kA 277V
10 kA 120V
10 kA 480V
10 kA 240V
18 kA 480V
25 kA 240V
65 kA 480V
50 kA 240V
10 kA 480Y
10 kA 240V
18 kA 480V
25 kA 240V
35 kA 480V
43 kA 240V
65 kA 480V
50 kA 240V
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
13
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.4
3.2
4
4.8
5.6
6.4
8
10.4
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
48
WMZT1CX0
WMZT1C01
WMZT1CX1
WMZT1C02
WMZT1C03
WMZT1C04
WMZT1C05
WMZT1C06
WMZT1C07
WMZT1C08
WMZT1C10
WMZT1C13
WMZT1C15
WMZT1C20
WMZT1C25
WMZT1C30
WMZT1C35
WMZT1C40
—
—
—
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2C01
WMZT2CX1
WMZT2C02
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C06
WMZT2C07
WMZT2C08
WMZT2C10
WMZT2C13
WMZT2C15
WMZT2C20
WMZT2C25
WMZT2C30
WMZT2C35
WMZT2C40
—
—
—
EGB2015FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGB2020FFG
EGB2025FFG
EGB2020FFG
EGB2035FFG
EGB2040FFG
EGB2045FFG
EGB2050FFG
EGB2060FFG
EGH2015FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGH2020FFG
EGH2025FFG
EGH2020FFG
EGH2035FFG
EGH2040FFG
EGH2045FFG
EGH2050FFG
EGH2060FFG
WMZT3CX0
WMZT3C01
WMZT3CX1
WMZT3C02
WMZT3C03
WMZT3C04
WMZT3C05
WMZT3C06
WMZT3C07
WMZT3C08
WMZT3C10
WMZT3C13
WMZT3C15
WMZT3C20
WMZT3C25
WMZT3C30
WMZT3C35
WMZT3C40
—
—
—
EGB3015FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGB3020FFG
EGB3025FFG
EGB3030FFG
EGB3035FFG
EGB3040FFG
EGB3045FFG
EGB3050FFG
EGB3060FFG
EGE3015FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGE3020FFG
EGE3025FFG
EGE3030FFG
EGE3035FFG
EGE3040FFG
EGE3045FFG
EGE3050FFG
EGE3060FFG
EGH3015FFG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
EGH3020FFG
EGH3025FFG
EGH3030FFG
EGH3035FFG
EGH3040FFG
EGH3045FFG
EGH3050FFG
EGH3060FFG
15
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.4
3.2
4.0
4.8
5.6
6.4
8.0
10.4
12.0
16.0
20.0
24.0
28.0
32.0
36.0
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This section refers to the wiring in the feeder and branch circuits.
For information on wiring in the control circuit, see Page 26.
Internal wiring (Reference Section 29, 66.5):
•
All internal wiring conductors shall be copper.
•
All conductors in the power circuit should be labeled at the
termination point with letters or numbers corresponding with
the wiring diagram provided in the industrial control panel.
•
Power circuit conductors should not be smaller than 14 AWG.
•
For single loads, power circuit conductors for motors or heater
loads should be sized for an ampacity not less than 125% of the
full-load current.
•
For multiple loads, such as multiple motors or a motor with
other loads, power circuit conductors shall be sized for an
ampacity not less than 125% of all heater loads plus 125% of
the largest motor load plus the full-load ampere ratings of all
remaining motors and other loads that are simultaneously
operable.
•
Wire color designation (internal power circuit wiring)
Black:
All ungrounded power circuit conductors regardless of voltage
White or gray or three continuous white stripes on other
than green, blue, orange or yellow:
Grounded AC current-carrying power circuit conductor regardless
of voltage
Exception: Insulated conductors sized 4 AWG (21.2 mm2) or larger and having insulation colored other than
as in Section 17.4 shall be identified at each termination point by a white marking, such as tape wrapped
around the conductor.
The wire size is selected from the table on Page 17 based on the
calculated wire ampacity. Conductors used in group motor
applications should also comply with Table 66.2 (Reference
Section 66.7.5).
Field wiring (Reference Section 28.3, 66.4):
•
Not smaller than 14 AWG.
•
For single loads, the field wiring conductors should be sized for
an ampacity of 125% of the full-load current.
•
For multiple loads, such as multiple motors or a motor with
other loads, the field wiring is sized based on the sum of 125%
of the largest motor FLA, plus the sum of the other full-load
currents of the remaining loads.
•
The wire size is selected from the table on Page 17 based on the
calculated wire ampacity.
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To determine the wire size for
motor loads, add the full-load
current ratings found in Table 50.1
for all external loads being carried by the conductor. Then use
Table 28.1 on the following page
to determine the wire size for the
calculated ampacity.
Full-Load Motor-running Currents in Amperes Corresponding to Various AC Horsepower Ratings—Reference Table 50.1
110–120V
200V
220–240V A
380–415V
HP
SinglePhase
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
208V
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
440–480V
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
550–600V
SinglePhase
ThreePhase
1/10
3.0
—
—
—
—
1.5
—
1.0
—
—
—
—
—
1/8
3.8
—
—
—
—
1.9
—
1.2
—
—
—
—
—
1/6
4.4
2.5
—
2.4
—
2.2
—
1.4
—
—
—
—
—
1/4
5.8
3.3
—
3.2
—
2.9
—
1.8
—
—
—
—
—
1/3
7.2
4.1
—
4.0
—
3.6
—
2.3
—
—
—
—
—
1/2
9.8
5.6
2.5
5.4
2.4
4.9
2.2
3.2
1.3
2.5
1.1
2.0
0.9
3/4
13.8
7.9
3.7
7.6
3.5
6.9
3.2
4.5
1.8
3.5
1.6
2.8
1.3
1
16.0
9.2
4.8
8.8
4.6
8.0
4.2
5.1
2.3
4.0
2.1
3.2
1.7
1 1/2
20.0
11.5
6.9
11.0
6.6
10.0
6.0
6.4
3.3
5.0
3.0
4.0
2.4
2
24.0
13.8
7.8
13.2
7.5
12.0
6.8
7.7
4.3
6.0
3.4
4.8
2.7
3
34.0
19.6
11.0
18.7
10.6
17.0
9.6
10.9
6.1
8.5
4.8
6.8
3.9
5
56.0
32.2
17.5
30.8
16.7
28.0
15.2
17.9
9.7
14.0
7.6
11.2
6.1
7 1/2
80.0
46.0
25.3
44.0
24.2
40.0
22.0
27.0
14.0
21.0
11.0
16.0
9.0
10
100.0
57.5
32.2
55.0
30.8
50.0
28.0
33.0
18.0
26.0
14.0
20.0
11.0
15
135.0
—
48.3
—
46.2
68.0
42.0
44.0
27.0
34.0
21.0
27.0
17.0
20
—
—
62.1
—
59.4
88.0
54.0
56.0
34.0
44.0
27.0
35.0
22.0
25
—
—
78.2
—
74.8
110.0
68.0
70.0
44.0
55.0
34.0
44.0
27.0
30
—
—
92.0
—
88.0
136.0
80.0
87.0
51.0
68.0
40.0
54.0
32.0
40
—
—
120.0
—
114.0
176.0
104.0
112.0
66.0
88.0
52.0
70.0
41.0
50
—
—
150.0
—
143.0
216.0
130.0
139.0
83.0
108.0
65.0
86.0
52.0
60
—
—
177.0
—
169.0
—
154.0
—
103.0
—
77.0
—
62.0
75
—
—
221.0
—
211.0
—
192.0
—
128.0
—
96.0
—
77.0
100
—
—
285.0
—
273.0
—
248.0
—
165.0
—
124.0
—
99.0
125
—
—
359.0
—
343.0
—
312.0
—
208.0
—
156.0
—
125.0
150
—
—
414.0
—
396.0
—
360.0
—
240.0
—
180.0
—
144.0
200
—
—
552.0
—
528.0
—
480.0
—
320.0
—
240.0
—
192.0
250
—
—
—
—
—
—
604.0
—
403.0
—
302.0
—
242.0
300
—
—
—
—
—
—
722.0
—
482.0
—
361.0
—
289.0
350
—
—
—
—
—
—
828.0
—
560.0
—
414.0
—
336.0
400
—
—
—
—
—
—
954.0
—
636.0
—
477.0
—
382.0
450
—
—
—
—
—
—
1030.0
—
—
—
515.0
—
412.0
500
—
—
—
—
—
—
1180.0
—
786.0
—
590.0
—
472.0
A To obtain full-load currents for 265 and 277 volt motors, decrease corresponding 220–240 volt ratings by 13 and 17 percent respectively.
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For group motor applications
where two or more motors are
protected by a single device,
wire sizes should comply
with the fuse/breaker size in
Table 66.2 at right.
Ampacities of Insulated Conductors—Reference Table 28.1
Relationship Between Conductor Size and Overcurrent Protection
Rating for Power Circuits—Reference Table 66.2
Wire Size
AWG
mm2
Copper
75°C (167°F)
14
2.1
15
12
3.3
20
10
5.3
30
8
8.4
50
6
13.3
65
4
21.2
85
3
26.7
100
2
33.6
115
1
42.4
130
1/0
53.5
150
2/0
67.4
175
3/0
85.0
200
4/0
107.2
230
250 kcmil
127
255
300
152
285
350
177
310
400
203
335
500
253
380
600
304
420
700
355
460
750
380
475
800
405
490
900
456
520
1000
506
545
1250
633
590
1500
760
625
1750
887
650
2000
1013
665
AWG
mm2
Maximum Rating
of Non-Time Delay
Fuse or Inverse
Time Delay or
Time Circuit
Dual Element Fuse
Breaker (Amps)
(Amps)
14
2.1
60
30
12
3.3
80
40
10
5.3
100
50
8
8.4
150
80
6
13.3
200
100
4
21.2
250
125
3
26.7
300
150
2
33.6
350
175
1
42.4
400
200
1/0
53.6
500
250
2/0
67.4
600
300
3/0
85.0
700
350
4/0
107.2
800
400
Conductor Size
NNote: For multiple conductors of the same size (1/0 AWG or larger) at a
terminal, the ampacity is equal to the value in this table for that conductor multiplied by the number of conductors that the terminal is able to accommodate.
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Accessories
EG Frame Multiwire Connectors Ordering Information
Contactor Auxiliary Contacts
Conventional Thermal
Current, Open at 60°C
lth=le, AC-1 in Amps
Frame B–C
Front (Top) Mount
For use with
XTCE... B
XTCE... C
Screw
Terminals
Contact
Configuration
Circuit Symbol
Package
Quantity
16
4NO
53 6373 83
5
XTCEXFAC40
54 6474 84
16
3NO-1NC
53 61 73 83
5
XTCEXFAC31
2NO-2NC
5361 71 83
5
XTCEXFAC22
Kit Catalog
Number
125
125
3
6
14–2
14–6
3TA125E3K
3TA125E6K
10
1
1NO-1NC
XTCEXSCC11
53 61
4NO-0NC
3NO-1NC
13 23 33 43
5
XTCEXFBG40
13 21 33 43
5
XTCEXFBG31
14 22 34 44
16
2NO-2NC
13 21 31 43
5
21
43
22
31
14
44
13
32
1NO-1NC
Kit Catalog
Number
250
250
3
6
14–2
14–6
3TA250FJ3
3TA250FJ6
Description
Standard Pack
Catalog Number
For Class CC Fuse
Single-pole fuse holder
12
C383FHCC
MMP Accessories
Catalog Number
Tool-less connector kit
For use with
XTPR... BC1
XTCE... B
XTPAXTPCB
1NO-1NC
Front mount auxiliary
XTPAXFA11
XTCEXFBG22
Commoning link
XTPAXCLKA2
For use with XTPR... BC1
14 22 32 44
10
Wire Size Range
AWG Cu
Line-side adapter
XTPAXLSA
For use with XTPR... BC1
14 24 34 44
16
Wires per
Terminal
Description
54 62
16
Maximum
Amps
Disconnect Fuse Holders Product Selection
54 62 72 84
Frame D–R
For use with
XTCE... D
XTCE... F
XTCE... G
Wire Size Range
AWG Cu
Catalog
Number
54 62 74 84
Frame D–G
For use with
XTCE... D
XTCE... F
XTCE... G
Wires per
Terminal
JG Frame Multiwire Connectors Ordering Information
16
Frame C
Side Mount
For use with
XTCE... C
Maximum
Amps
1
XTCEXSBN11
Commoning link
XTPAXCLKA3
For use with XTPR... BC1
Commoning link
XTPAXCLKA4
For use with XTPR... BC1
Commoning link
XTPAXCLKA5
For use with XTPR... BC1
Handle mechanism
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Designing the control circuit
Branch
Protection
Control circuits provide the logic for the operation of the components
in the power circuit. Control circuits are typically a lower, safer voltage,
such as 120 Vac or 24 Vdc. Control power transformers (CPTs) and
power supplies are used to transform or convert the power circuit
voltage to the control circuit voltage.
Refer to Page 22 for selection of the CPT and protective devices.
Refer to Page 24 for selection of the power supply and protective
devices.
Refer to Page 26 for control circuit wiring.
Transformer
or Power
Supply
M
Eaton also offers a variety of control devices commonly
used in control circuits.
Refer to Page 27 for pushbutton and pilot devices.
Refer to Page 28 for relays, timers, and terminal blocks.
Refer to Page 29 for programmable logic controllers and relays.
L
M
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Common control circuit wiring
Connections for Control Stations
240V
230V
220V
Connections for Starters
Local Control
Yellow
Start (ON)
3/14 Black
3 4
Stop (OFF) Red
Red
1
1 2
Yellow
3/14
Hand
Black
3 Auto
4 Red
1
2/13
1
2
Figure B
START/STOP Selector Switch
3
Black
3/14
1 Start (ON)
4
2
Red
L1 L2
D.S. or C.B.
Disconnecting
Means
1
Figure C
3-Position Selector Switch
Figure F
START/STOP with Pilot Light
Connect to ”A1“
and ”A2“ Terminals
Yellow
3/14 To Coil
Hand
Terminal
”A1“
Black
3 Auto
3
Remote
4
4
Switch
1
Red
X1 Black / White
X2 Black / White
2/13
Start (ON)
3/14
3
4
Stop (OFF)
2
1
1
1
5
L3
A1 A2
M
Local
Control
(Flange
Mounting
if Used)
“C”
Start
2/13
Stop
4 3
Stop (OFF)
OL
2/ 4/
T1 T2
6/
T3
T1 T2
4
2
97
96
Reset
95
T3
6
2-Wire
Control
Motor
3/14
1
Not for
Use with
Auto Reset
OL Relays.
Start
Stop
3/14
2/13
1
When More Than One
Pushbutton Station Is Used,
Omit Connector “A” and
Connect per Sketch Below
Start
Start
Stop
“A”
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H3
1
XF
H3
H2
H2
H4
H4
X2
G
110V
115V
120V
X2
1
Secondary
Connections
L1 L2 L3
1 3 5
L1 L2 L3
M
A1 A2
O
1 3 5
OL
96
Reset
95
Connections for Dual
Voltage Rated Transformer –
See Transformer Nameplate
-S11
-Q1
24 6
-Q11
Field Conversion to 1-Phase
Add Dotted
1
3
5 Connection
L1
L2 L3
A1 A2
Remove Wire “C” if Supplied and
Connect Separate Control Lines to
the Number 1 Terminal on the Remote
Pilot Device and to the Number 96
Terminal on the Overload Relay
21
22
13
14
1 3 5
2 46
14
-Q11 13
-Q11
U V W PE
M
3
A1
A2
N
-M1
T3
Separate Control
3-Wire
Control
H1
240V x 480V Primary, 120V
Secondary CPT Wiring Diagram
H1 X1 CPT
M
3/14
Remote Control
H4
H3
98
1
2 1
Omit Connector
H2
H2
2/13
3/14
T1 T2
Local
Start (ON)
4 H4
See
Figures
A, B, C, D,
E and F
Combined Remote and Local for Figures 1 and 2
Remote
H3
H1
Primary
Connections
L3
Omit This
Connector
3
if Figure 2 1
Is Used L1 L2
H1
Remove Wire “C” (Figure 1) if Used
and Connect as Shown Below.
(All Other Starter Wires Remain
as Shown in Figure 1)
CPT
Fusible Control Transformer
(If Used)
See Figure 2
Figure E
Pilot Light (Motor RUN)
Connect to Coil Terminals
”A1“ and ”A2“
X1 Black / White
X2 Black / White
Figure 2
Fusible Control Transformer
Figure 1
Front View Diagram
Fuse
Fuse
Figure D
2-Position Selector Switch
Fuse
Figure A
START/STOP Pushbuttons
480V
460V
440V
OL
2/
4/
T1
T2
T1
6/
T3
T2
T1
T2
Manual Motor Controller and
Combination Motor Controller
Wiring Diagram
Motor
260878 D4
3/14
2/13
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CPT Selection Chart
Inrush VA at 20% Power Factor
1. Use the following formula to determine the inrush power of
the control power transformer (CPT) needed to support the
components used in the application.
CPT Part
Number A
Primary
Voltage (AC)
Secondary
Voltage (AC)
CPT VA
90% Secondary
Voltage
95% Secondary
Voltage
C0025E2A
C0050E2A
C0075E2A
C0100E2A
C0150E2A
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
120
120
120
120
120
25
50
75
100
150
130
200
410
540
930
100
170
310
370
780
C0200E2A
C0250E2A
C0300E2A
C0350E2A
C0500E2A
C0750E2A
C1000E2A
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
200
250
300
350
500
750
1000
1150
1900
2700
3650
5300
11000
21000
810
1400
1900
3100
4000
8300
15000
A Add "FB" to the end of the part number to include a double-pole primary fuse block for rejection type fuses. Not available for 25 VA.
CPT INRUSH VA = (INRUSH VA)2 + (SEALED VA)2
Example
Qty
Description
Inrush
VA
Sealed
VA
Total
Inrush
Total
Sealed
1
2
2
XTCE007B10A coil
XTCE018C10A coil
Relays
25
58
29
3.3
6.5
3.3
25
116
58
3.3
13.0
6.6
6
Indicating lights
7.0
7.0
Total
42
241
42.0
65.0
CPT INRUSH VA = (241)2 + (65)2
= 250 VA
2. Select the CPT size based on the CPT inrush VA needed.
Selection Using Data from Previous Example
Part Number
Primary
Voltage
Secondary
Voltage
Transformer
VA
Inrush VA
(90% Sec.
Inrush Voltage)
C0050E2A
C0075E2A
C0100E2A
240 x 480
240 x 480
240 x 480
120
120
120
50
75
100
200
410
540
Common Control Loads
Description
Part Number
Inrush VA
Sealed VA
7 to 15A XT Contactor Coil
18 to 32A XT Contactor Coil
40 to 72A XT Contactor Coil
80 to 95A XT Contactor Coil
115 to 170A XT Contactor Coil
Definite Purpose Contactor Coil
Definite Purpose Contactor Coil
Lighting Contactor Coil
Lighting Contactor Coil
Mini XT Relay
LED M22 Indicating Light
Intelligent Relay
Intelligent Relay
EZ Expansion Module
XTCE…B…
XTCE…C…
XTCE…D…
XTCE…F…
XTCE…G…
C25DRF…
C25DRJ…
C35A…
C35B…
XTRM…
M22-L...
EZ512...
EZ719...
EZ618...
25
58
154
372
170
75
111
80
100
29
0.4
5
10
10
3.3
6.5
14
37.1
3.1
5.8
7.6
7.5
10
3.9
0.4
5
10
10
C0075E2AFB has enough inrush VA capacity to handle the 250 VA inrush of the
components.
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Sizing protection for CPTs
Reference Accessories Section
on Page 19 for Fuse Holders.
Reference Section 42.1
Primary and Secondary Protection
C383FHCC
Single-Pole
Fuse Holder
(Type CC)
CPT Part Number A
240V Primary: 120V Secondary
C0025E2A
C0050E2A
C0075E2A
C0100E2A
C0150E2A
C0200E2A
C0250E2A
C0300E2A
C0350E2A
C0500E2A
C0750E2A
C1000E2A
480V Primary: 120V Secondary
C0025E2A
C0050E2A
C0075E2A
C0100E2A
C0150E2A
C0200E2A
C0250E2A
C0300E2A
C0350E2A
C0500E2A
C0750E2A
C1000E2A
CPT VA
Primary
Two-Pole Breaker
Secondary
Two-Pole Breaker
Primary
Fuse Size
Secondary
Fuse Size
25
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
350
500
750
1000
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2C01
WMZT2CX1
WMZT2C02
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C06
WMZT2C07
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C08
WMZT2C10
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2C01
WMZT2C01
WMZT2CX1
WMZT2C02
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C07
WMZT2C10
WMZT2C15
1
1
3
3
3
6
6
6
10
6
10
10
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
10
25
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
350
500
750
1000
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2C01
WMZT2C01
WMZT2CX1
WMZT2C02
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C08
WMZT2C05
WMZT2CX0
WMZT2C01
WMZT2C01
WMZT2CX1
WMZT2C02
WMZT2C03
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C04
WMZT2C05
WMZT2C07
WMZT2C10
WMZT2C15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
10
A Add “FB” to the end of the CPT part number to include a two-pole primary fuse block for rejection type fuses.
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Control power selection
1. Determine the output capacity needed to support the components used in the application.
First, calculate the total load at steady state (nominal load after inrush). This is done by
summing the sealed-in or nominal loads.
Nominal Load = Sealed Load1 + Sealed Load2 + .... + Sealed Loadn
For extended operational life of the power supply, increase the calculated nominal load by 20%.
2. Next, calculate the total inrush or surge loads of the components supported by the power supply.
Inrush Load = Inrush Load1 + Inrush Load2 + .... + Inrush Loadn
3. Select the power supply based on the available input voltage, nominal load and inrush (surge)
load requirements.
4. Verify that the application of the components on the load does not exceed the surge capacity
and other specifications of the selected power supply.
Example: Select a 24 Vdc Power Supply with the Following Loads and a 240 Vac Input
Selection Chart
Input
Output
Capacity
Voltage
Voltage
PSG60E
60W
PSG120E
120W
100–240 Vac 24 Vdc
single-phase singlephase
Part
Number
Nominal
Current
Surge
Current
Surge
Capacity
2.5A
3.75A
5A
7.5A
1 second at
10 second
intervals
PSG240E
240W
10A
15A
PSG480E
480W
20A
30A
PSG60F
60W
PSG120F
120W
400–500 Vac 24 Vdc
three-phase singlephase
2.5A
3.75A
5A
7.5A
PSG240F
240W
10A
15A
Nominal
Current
Total Surge
Current
Total Nominal
Current
PSG480F
480W
20A
30A
Qty
Description
Inrush W
Sealed W
Surge
Current
8
4
2
XTCE007B10TD Coil
XTCE018C10TD Coil
Relay
3
12
2.6
3
0.5
2.6
0.13
0.50
0.11
0.13
0.02
0.11
1.00
2.00
0.22
1.00
0.08
0.22
NNote: Above 55 degrees C, the PSG should be derated.
See catalog CA08102001E for additional information and other specifications.
5
Indicating light
1.2
1.2
0.05
Total
0.05
0.25
3.47
0.25
1.55
Common Control Loads
Derating for Extended Operation: Total Nominal Current = 1.55 x 120% = 1.86
Selection using data from previous table.
Part Number
Capacity W
Input Voltage
Output Voltage
Nominal Current
Surge Current
Surge Capacity
PSG60E
60
100–240 Vac 1-P
24 Vdc
2.5A
3.75A
PSG120E
120
100–240 Vac 1-P
24 Vdc
5A
7.5A
PSG240E
240
100–240 Vac 1-P
24 Vdc
10A
15A
1 second at
10 second intervals
1 second at
10 second intervals
1 second at
10 second intervals
PSG60E has enough nominal and surge current capacity for these components.
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Part Number
Inrush W
Sealed W
7 to 9A XT Contactor Coil
12 to 15A XT Contactor Coil
18 to 32A XT Contactor Coil
40 to 72A XT Contactor Coil
80 to 95A XT Contactor Coil
115 to 170A XT Contactor Coil
Definite Purpose Contactor Coil
Lighting Contactor (10 and 20A) Coil
Mini XT Relay
LED M22 Indicating Light
Intelligent Relay
Intelligent Relay
EZ Display
EZ Expansion Modules
ELC Programmable Logic Controller
ELC Expansion Modules
XTCE…B…
XTCE…B…
XTCE…C…
XTCE…D…
XTCE…F…
XTCE…G…
C25D…
C35…
XTRM…
M22-L...
EZ512...
EZ719...
EZD-80...
EZ618...
ELC-PV...
ELC-EX..., -AN..., -TC...
3
4.5
12
24
90
149
69
77
2.6
0.4
2
3.5
3
4
5.3
2.2
3
4.5
0.5
0.5
1.3
2.1
3.1
3.4
2.6
0.4
2
3.5
3
4
5.3
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Reference Section 42.2
Power Supplies
Part
Number
Capacity
PSG60E
PSG120E
PSG240E
PSG480E
PSG60F
PSG120F
PSG240F
PSG480F
60W
120W
240W
480W
60W
120W
240W
480W
Input
Voltage
Primary
Fusing
Class CC
Fuse Holder (Qty)
Suggested Power Supply
Primary Wire Size
100–240 Vac
single-phase
6A or 10A
6A or 10A
10A or 16A
10A or 16A
6A or 10A
6A or 10A
6A or 10A
6A or 10A
C383FHCC (2)
C383FHCC (2)
C383FHCC (2)
C383FHCC (2)
C383FHCC (3)
C383FHCC (3)
C383FHCC (3)
C383FHCC (3)
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
400–500 Vac
three-phase
Notee: If the sum of the loads on the secondary of the power supply exceeds the output ratings of the power supply,
then secondary overload protection is required.
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Wire selection for control circuits
Reference Section 38, 66.9
Wire size for control circuits must be no smaller than 18 AWG,
with exception of control circuits for PLC input/outputs. Wire
size is determined from Table 38.1 based on the amp rating of the
overcurrent protective device for the control circuit or the amp rating
of the secondary of the CPT or power supply.
Wire color designation (internal power circuit wiring)
Black:
All ungrounded control circuit conductors operating at the
supply voltage
Red:
Ungrounded AC control circuits operating at a voltage less than
the supply voltage
Blue: Ungrounded DC control circuits
Yellow or orange:
Ungrounded control circuits or other wiring, such as for cabinet
lighting, that remain energized when the main disconnect is in the
OFF position
Ampacity of Control Circuit Conductors—Reference Table 38.1
Conductor Size
Ampacity, Amperes
AWG
mm2
10
7
5
3
2
1
0.8
0.5
16
18
20 
22 
24 
26 
28 A
30 A
1.3
0.82
0.52
0.32
0.20
0.13
0.08
0.05
A Where these conductors are contained in a jacketed multi-conductor cable assembly.
B These sizes of conductors are only for connection of control circuits for
White or gray or three white stripes on other than green,
blue, orange, or yellow:
Grounded AC current-carrying control circuit conductor regardless
of voltage
electronics programmable input/output and static control (having no moving
parts).
White with blue stripe:
Grounded DC current-carrying control circuit conductor
White with yellow stripe or white with orange stripe:
Grounded AC control circuit current-carrying conductor that
remains energized when main disconnect switch is in the OFF
position
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Logic control—pilot devices selection
Reference Section 66.12
Rules for Operator Controls
Choosing Operators and Lights
1. Start buttons and switches
should be located either
above or to the left of the
associated stop button.
Type
Catalog Number
Type
Flush green momentary button
M22-D-G
NO contact block
M22-K10
Extended red momentary button
M22-DP-R
NC contact block
M22-K01
Blue RESET with push rod
M22-DZ-B-GB14
LED indicating light
START
START
STOP
Catalog Number
STOP
2. Every control panel
that includes operator
controls should include
an emergency stop. This
emergency stop should be
a mushroom or palm type
that is self-latching.
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Twist-to-release E-Stop with 1NO/2NC
M22-PVT-K12
Two-position maintained selector switch
M22-WKV
Two-position maintained keyed selector switch
M22-WRS
Three-position maintained selector switch
M22-WRK3
Three-position maintained keyed selector switch
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Yellow
Green
Red
Blue
85–264 Vac/Vdc
Yellow
Green
Red
Blue
“START”
“STOP”
“OFF ON”
“MAN. AUTO”
”HAND O AUTO”
“MAN. O AUTO”
M22-L-Y-W
M22-L-G-G
M22-L-R-R
M22-L-B-B
M22-L-Y-230W
M22-L-G-230G
M22-L-R-230R
M22-L-B-230B
M22S-ST-GB1
M22S-ST-GB0
M22S-ST-GB10
M22S-ST-GB11
M22-ST-D12
M22-ST-GB12
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Type
Catalog Number
Type
Catalog Number
2NO-2NC 10A relay 120 Vac
XTRM10A22A
30A terminal blocks 6.2 mm wide
XBUT4 (Grey)
XBUT4BU (Blue)
XBUT4BK (Black)
XBUT4WH (White)
XBUT4RD (Red)
2NO-2NC 10A relay 24 Vdc
XTRM10A22TD
Ground terminal block
XBUT4PE
On-delay timer 0.05s to 60h
XTMT6A60H11B
DIN rail end stop
XBAES35C
Single-pole terminal block relays
XRU1D120U
XRU1D24U
Terminal block jumpers
XBAFBS26—2 pos.
XBAFBS36—3 pos.
XBAFBS56—5 pos.
XBAFBS106—10 pos.
Four-pole, 15A control relays
D7PF4AA (120 Vac)
D7PF4AT1 (24 Vdc)
Terminal block end cover
XBACUT10
Four-pole control relay socket
D7PAD
Blank marker strip (strip of 10)
XBMZB6
Multifunction universal timing relay
TRL07
Open three-pole power distribution block
175A
CHDB3213
DIN rail
XBANS3575P
Finger-safe power distribution block
380A
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PLCs and Intelligent Relays
Controller
Catalog
Number
Power Supply
Options
Expansion Module Options
Description
Digital Analog Relay
Catalog
Input Input
Outputs Number
Description
100–240
Vac Input 24 Vdc
Catalog
Output
Number
(Amps)
Basic (120 Vac Input)
EZ500 with Display
EZ512-AC-RC
Intelligent relay
with clock and
display
8
—
4
—
—
EZ400-POW 1.25
EZ512-DC-RC
Intelligent relay
with clock and
display
8
2
4
—
—
EZ400-POW 1.25
EZ618-AC-RE
110–240 Vac Relay
Inputs
Outputs
12
6
EZ400-POW 1.25
EZ618-DC-RE
24 Vdc
Inputs
12
Relay
Outputs
6
EZ400-POW 1.25
Right Side
Module
24 Vdc
Inputs
Analog Relay Analog Transistor
In
Outputs Out
Out
ELC-EX16NNDR
ELC-EX16NNDT
ELC-AN06AANN
ELC-TC04ANNN
ELC-MC01
Left Side Module
ELC-COENETM
8
—
8
—
8
—
—
—
—
4
—
2
Thermocouple J, K, R, S, T plus 4 analog in
Motion control, 1 axis module
Basic (24 Vdc Input)
Expanded (120 Vac Input)
EZ719-AC-RC
Intelligent relay
with clock and
display
12
—
6
Expanded (24 Vdc Input)
EZ700 with Display
EZ719-DC-RC
Intelligent relay
with clock and
display
12
4
6
Advanced (24 Vdc Input)
ELC-PV28NNDR Programmable
16
logic controller
that has expandable features with
add-on modules
—
ELC Logic Controller
ELC Power Supply
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—
8
—
ELC-PS01
ELC-PS02
1
2
Ethernet Modbus TCP (master/slave)
EZ Accessories
ELC Accessories
EZSOFT—Programming software
ELCSOFT—ELC programming software
EZ-PC-CAB—PC programming cable
ELC-GP04—External graphic panel display
EZD-80-B—External display
ELC-CBPCELC1—PC/graphic panel cable
EZD-CP4-500—Display communication
module with cable
ELCSOFTGP—ELC-GP programming
software
ELC-GP04
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Sizing the branch protection for a single motor and a control circuit
For single motor load control panel where the branch protective device
acts as the main for the panel and the control circuit is tapped off the
load side of the device, the branch protective device is sized by the
following:
Branch
Protection
1. Multiply the motor FLA (from Table 50.1 on Page 32) with the
following percentage based on the type of protective device
from the table at right:
2. Add the full-load current on the primary of the CPT from the
table below.
3. Select the closest standard protective device rating.
See Page 8 for selection of the controller and overload protection.
Reference Section 66.10
Branch Circuit Protection
Type
Percent of FLA
Non-time delay fuse and Class CC fuse
Dual element fuse (time delay) except Class CC
Inverse-time circuit breaker
Self-protected combination motor controller
Manual self-protected combination motor controller
Up to 300%
Up to 175%
Up to 250%
100%
100%
Controller
Overload
Protection
Conductors of a control circuit
that are tapped from the load
side of a branch circuit device
(and where the power voltage is
the same as the control voltage—
no CPT) shall be protected by
overcurrent devices rated not
more than as specified in the
table at the right.
Single Motor Load and Control
Circuit with Shared Branch
Protection
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Protective Device—Reference Table 66.4
Conductor
Size
AWG
mm2
Larger than 14
14
16
18
Larger than 2.1
2.1
1.3
0.82
Control Circuit Overcurrent
Device (Amps)
Branch Circuit Overcurrent
Device (Amps)
Control in Wire Panel
Remote Control
Equal to wire capacity
20
20
20
400% of wire ampacity
80
40
25
300% of wire ampacity
60
20
20
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Common Formulas and Conversions
Direct Current
Single-Phase (AC)
Three-Phase (AC)
Current (I)
from HP
HP x 746
I=
V x %EFF
HP x 746
I=
V x %EFF x PF
I=
HP x 746
V x %EFF x PF x 1.73
Current (I)
from kW
I=
kW x 1000
V x PF
I=
kW x 1000
V x PF x 1.73
kW x 1000
V
I=
Current (I)
from kVA
kVA x 1000
V x 1.73
V x I x %EFF x PF x 1.73
HP =
746
kVA x 1000
V
V x I x %EFF x PF
HP =
746
I=
Horsepower
(HP)
HP =
V x I x %EFF
746
I=
Voltage Drop Calculations
Conversions
V
Voltage drop
I
L
D
K
Current
Length of cable/wire (ft)
Conductor cross section (circular mile)
Resistivity of conductor
•K = 12 for circuits loaded more than 50% of rating (copper)
•K = 11 for circuits loaded less than 50% of rating (copper)
1 inch
3.28 feet
1 yard
1 mile
1 mile
144 square inches
2.54 cm
1 meter
0.91 meters
5,280 feet
1.609 kilometers
9 square feet
1 square yard
640 acres
1 square mile
1 cubic foot
7.48 gallons
Two-wire,
single-phase
V=
Three-wire,
three-phase
V=
2K x L x I
D
2K x L x I x 0.866
D
1 square foot
NEMA/UL/IEC Enclosure Type Cross-Reference—Approximate
NEMA
Enclosure
Rating
1
IP10
X
IP20
X
IP21
X
IP22
X
IP23
IP30
IP31
IP32
IP33
IP40
IP41
IP42
IP43
IP50
IP51
IP52
IP53
IP54
IP55
IP56
IP60
IP61
IP62
IP63
IP64
IP65
IP66
IP67
2
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3R
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
6P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
12
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
13
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Dimensional Orientation
Face
Depth
Height
Width
Product Specifications
Tightening Torque (in-lb)
Approximate Dimensions (mm)
Protective Devices
Part Number
Lineside
Loadside
Mounting
Height
Width
Depth
Type
Installation
Pub Number
Molded case
circuit breakers A
EGB…
EGE…
EGH…
EGC…
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–3/0 AWG… 50
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–3/0 AWG… 50
10
139.7
139.7
139.7
139.7
76.2
76.2
76.2
76.2
75.9
75.9
75.9
75.9
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
I.L. 29C515C
I.L. 29C515C
I.L. 29C515C
I.L. 29C515C
JGE…
JGS…
JGH…
JGC…
LGE…
LGH…
LGU…
3TA125E3K
4–350 kcmil… 180
4–350 kcmil… 180
10
2–500 kcmil (2)… 375
2–500 kcmil (2)… 375
25
104.9
104.9
104.9
104.9
139.2
139.2
139.2
90.7
90.7
90.7
90.7
103.9
103.9
103.9
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
Three-pole
70 in-lb
70 in-lb
35
177.8
177.8
177.8
177.8
257.3
257.3
257.3
48.0 Incremental
IL01204006E
IL01204006E
IL01204006E
IL01204006E
IL01207006E
IL01207006E
IL01207006E
IL01202001E
3TA125E6K
25 in-lb
25 in-lb
35
48.0 Incremental
IL01202002E
3TA250FJ3
70 in-lb
70 in-lb
96
81.0 Incremental
IC01204001E
3TA250FJ6
25 in-lb
25 in-lb
96
81.0 Incremental
IC01204002E
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–3/0 AWG… 50
14-10 AWG... 35
8 AWG... 40
6-4 AWG... 45
3-3/0 AWG... 50
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–4/0 AWG… 50
27 in-lb
28
152.4
105.0
86
Three-pole
IL01211006E
10
139.7
76.2
75.9
Three-pole
IL29C130D
35
152.4
105.0
86.0
Three-pole
IL29C115C
R4H3030FJ
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–3/0 AWG… 50
14-10 AWG... 35
8 AWG... 40
6-4 AWG... 45
3-3/0 AWG... 50
14–10 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 40
6–4 AWG… 45
3–4/0 AWG… 50
27 in-lb
20
116.0
105.0
99.0
N/A
R4H3030FCC
27 in-lb
27 in-lb
20
116.0
96.0
83.5
N/A
R9J3030FJ and R9J3060FJ
31 in-lb
31 in-lb
20
136.0
149.5
123.0
N/A
R9K3100FJ
35.4 in-lb
35.4 in-lb
20
186.0
149.5
123.0
N/A
R9L3200FJ
200 in-lb
200 in-lb
20
291.0
195.0
130.0
N/A
R9M3400FJ
500 in-lb
500 in-lb
20
390.0
276.0
141.5
N/A
R9N3600FJ
500 in-lb
500 in-lb
20
471.0
364.0
250.0
N/A
C383FHCC
18–12 AWG… 20
10–8 AWG… 25
18–10 AWG (2)… 25
18–12 AWG… 20
10–8 AWG… 25
18–10 AWG (2)… 25
81.2
17.8
61.0
Multiwire terminals
Miniature circuit breakers WMZT…
Motor circuit protectors
HMCP…
HMCPE…
Motor protective
circuit breaker
FDMP…
Fusible disconnects
Fuse holders
Single-pole
A Tightening torques are for standard terminal provided with breaker. For alternative lugs, see the installation publication.
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Part Number
Line
Approximate Dimensions (mm)
Load
Coil
Auxiliary
Contacts
Height
Width
Depth
Type
Installation
Pub Number
XTSC…BB…
15.0
10.6
10.6
10.6
178.5
45.0
95.7
Pub51176
XTSC…BC…
15.0
26.6
10.6
10.6
228.8
45.0
124.3
Pub51228
XTSC…DD…
26.6
29.2
10.6
10.6
284.0
55.0
196.0
Pub51190
XTFC…BB…
36
10.6
10.6
10.6
209.0
45.0
95.7
Pub51176
XTFC…BC…
36
26.6
10.6
10.6
266.7
45.0
124.3
Pub51228
XTFC…DD…
36
29.2
10.6
10.6
312.1
55.0
196.0
Pub51190
XTCE…B…
10.6
10.6
10.6
10.6
68.0
45.0
75.0
Pub51210
XTCE…C…
26.6
26.6
10.6
10.6
85.0
45.0
97.4
Pub51211
XTCE…D…
29.2
29.2
10.6
10.6
104.0
55.0
132.1
Pub51216
XTCE…F…
123.9
123.9
10.6
10.6
170.0
90.0
160.0
Pub51188
XTCE…G…
123.9
123.9
10.6
10.6
170.0
90.0
160.0
Pub51188
XTOB…BC1
—
16.0
—
7–10.6
49.8 incremental
45.0
88.4
Pub51210
XTOB…CC1
—
16.0
—
7–10.6
51.4 incremental
45.0
105.3
Pub51211
XTOB…DC1
—
31.0
—
7–10.6
70 incremental
60.0
93.6
Pub51216
XTOB…GC1
—
88.5
—
7–10.6
107 incremental
118.0
134
Pub51188
XTCEXF…
—
—
—
10.6
—
—
41.2 incremental
Pub51211 or Pub51216
XTCEXS…
—
—
—
10.6
—
10.5 incremental
—
Pub51216 or Pub51188
XTPAXF…
—
—
—
10.6
—
—
—
Pub51198
XTPAXTPCB
Not required
—
—
—
—
—
Pub51176
XTPAXLSA
36
—
—
—
30.5 incremental
—
—
—
C25DR…
12–14 AWG 15 in-lb
10 AWG 25 in-lb
8 AWG 40 in-lb
4–6 AWG 45 in-lb
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Control power
transformers
Part Number
Tightening Torque (in-lb)
Approximate Dimensions (mm)
Primary
Height
Secondary
Width
Depth
Type
C0025E2A
16
16
65.0
76.0
64.0
—
C0050E2A
16
16
65.0
76.0
76.0
—
C0075E2A
16
16
65.0
76.0
89.0
—
C0100E2A
16
16
73.0
86.0
86.0
—
C0150E2A
16
16
81.0
95.0
102.0
—
C0200E2A
16
16
97.0
114.0
102.0
—
C0250E2A
16
16
97.0
114.0
111.0
—
C0300E2A
16
16
97.0
114.0
121.0
—
Installation
Pub Number
C0350E2A
16
16
97.0
114.0
133.0
—
C0500E2A
30
30
121.0
133.0
140.0
—
C0750E2A
30
30
121.0
133.0
178.0
—
C1000E2A
30
30
144.0
171.0
164.0
—
PSG60E
6.94–8.68
6.94–8.68
125.0
32.0
120.5
—
IL00912001E
PSG60F
10.41–13.89
10.41–13.89
126.5
70.0
111.4
—
IL00912005E
PSG120E
6.94–8.68
6.94–8.68
126.5
50.0
115.0
—
IL00912002E
PSG120F
10.41–13.89
10.41–13.89
126.5
70.0
111.3
—
IL00912006E
PSG240E
6.94–8.68
6.94–8.68
126.5
85.0
118.5
—
IL00912003E
PSG240F
10.41–13.89
10.41–13.89
126.5
85.0
120.5
—
IL00912007E
PSG480E
10.41–13.89
10.41–13.89
126.5
160.0
111.4
—
IL00912004E
PSG480F
10.41–13.89
10.41–13.89
126.5
160.0
111.4
—
IL00912008E
Type
Part Number
Lineside
Loadside
Mounting
Height
Width
Depth
Type
Installation
Pub Number
Logic controllers
EZ512…
5.3
5.3
—
110.0
71.5
58.0
—
MN05013003E
EZ719…
5.3
5.3
—
110.0
107.5
58.0
—
MN05013003E
EZ618…
5–7
5–7
—
110.0
107.5
58.0
—
IL05013009E
EZ400…
5–7
5–7
—
110.0
71.5
56.5
—
IL05013008E
ELC-PV…
22–16 AWG… 1.7
22–16 AWG… 1.7
—
96.0
70.0
60.0
—
IL05001004E
ELC-EX16NNDR
22–16 AWG… 1.7
22–16 AWG… 1.7
—
96.0
25.2
60.0
—
IL05003004E
ELC-EX16NNDT
22–16 AWG… 1.7
22–16 AWG… 1.7
—
96.0
25.2
60.0
—
IL05003004E
ELC-AN06AANN
22–16 AWG… 1.7
22–16 AWG… 1.7
—
96.0
25.2
60.0
—
IL05003003E
ELC-TC04ANNN
1.7
1.7
—
96.0
25.2
60.0
—
IL05003009E
ELC-MC01
22–16 AWG… 1.7
22–16 AWG… 1.7
—
96.0
25.2
60.0
—
IL05003023E
ELC-COENETM
—
—
—
96.0
33.0
60.0
—
MN05006001E
ELC-PS01
4.3–6.9
4.3–6.9
—
96.0
36.5
60.0
—
IL05003007E
ELC-PS02
4.3–6.9
4.3–6.9
—
96.0
55.0
60.0
—
IL05003007E
Power supplies
Tightening Torque (in-lb)
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Product Specifications (continued)
Tightening Torque (in-lb)
Logic Circuit
Components
Approximate Dimensions (mm)
Part Number
Line
Load
Mounting
Coil
Height
Width
Depth
Type
Installation
Pub Number
Pushbuttons, switches
pilot lights
M22…
7.1
—
17.7
—
—
—
—
—
IL04716001E
M22…
7.1
—
17.7
—
—
—
—
—
—
Relays
XTRM…
10.6
—
—
10.6
58.0
45.0
54.0
—
Pub51219
XTMT…
10.6
—
—
10.6
58.0
45.0
54.0
—
Pub51245
TRL07
8.8
—
—
8.8
87.0
17.5
60.0
—
IL04910002E
D7…
7–8
—
—
7–8
79.7
49.9
70.0
—
—
XBUT4…
5.3–7.1
—
—
—
47.5
6.2
46.9
—
Pub51473
XBAE…
5.3–7.1
—
—
—
47.5
6.2
46.9
—
Pub51473
XBAF…
Not required
—
—
—
—
Pub51473
CHDB3213
2/0–8 AWG… 120
—
—
101.6
131.8
84.3
—
—
CHDB330F
500–6 AWG… 500
4–6 AWG… 35
8 AWG… 25
10–14… 20
2–3 AWG… 50
4–6 AWG… 45
8 AWG… 40
10–14 AWG…35
—
—
118.4
39.1
72.9
—
—
Terminal blocks
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