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Masterpact™ NT and NW
Universal Power Circuit Breakers
Catalog
0613CT0001 R05/14
2014
Class 0613
CONTENTS
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page
Masterpact™ Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3
Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 19
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 37
Wiring Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 63
Masterpact NT Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 69
Masterpact NW Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 98
Selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 154
Trip Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 167
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Section 1—Masterpact™ Circuit Breakers
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................ 4
CODES AND STANDARDS ........................................................................................................................... 4
FEATURES AND BENEFITS ......................................................................................................................... 5
OPERATING CONDITIONS ........................................................................................................................... 8
MASTERPACT NW CIRCUIT BREAKER DESIGN ....................................................................................... 9
MASTERPACT NW CRADLE DESIGN ....................................................................................................... 10
MASTERPACT NT CIRCUIT BREAKER AND CRADLE DESIGN .............................................................. 12
RATINGS ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
CORRECTION FACTORS ........................................................................................................................... 17
SHIPPING WEIGHTS .................................................................................................................................. 18
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Introduction
Masterpact NT/NW Universal Power Circuit Breakers are designed to
protect electrical systems from damage caused by overloads, short
circuits and equipment ground faults. All Masterpact circuit breakers
are designed to open and close a circuit manually, and to open the
circuit automatically at a predetermined overcurrent setting.
Masterpact circuit breakers can also:
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Enhance coordination by their adjustability.
Provide integral ground-fault protection for equipment.
Provide high interrupting ratings and withstand ratings.
Provide communications.
800–1600 A Masterpact NT
Drawout Circuit Breaker
Provide power monitoring.
Provide protective relaying functions.
Provide zone-selective interlocking (ZSI) which can reduce damage in the event of a fault.
Figure 1:
Masterpact NW Drawout Circuit Breakers
NX 08
HA10 12kV
Uimp
Ui 1000V
Ue (V)
690
s
50kA/1
50/60Hz
AS
947-2
UNE
IEC
BS CEI
EN 60947-2
VDE
UTE
NBMA
800–3200 A Masterpact NW Drawout Circuit Breaker
4000–6300 A Masterpact NW Drawout Circuit Breaker
Codes and Standards
Masterpact circuit breakers are manufactured and tested in accordance with the following standards:
Low-Voltage Power
Circuit Breaker
Insulated Case
Circuit Breaker
IEC Rated
Circuit Breaker
IEC Extreme Atmospheric
Conditions
ANSI C37.13
IEC 68-2-1: Dry cold at –55°C
ANSI C37.16
UL 489 (UL Listed)
ANSI C37.17
NEMA AB1
IEC 60947-2
ANSI C37.50
CSA C22.2 No. 5
IEC 60947-3
UL 1066 (cULus Listed)
NMX J-266-ANCE
IEC 68-2-2: Dry heat at +85°C
IEC 68-2-30: Damp heat
(temp. +55°C, rel. humidity 95%)
IEC 68-2-52 Level 2: Salt mist
NEMA SG3
NOTE: Throughout this document, the phrase “ANSI® Certified” means the product meets the
requirements of UL 1066 and ANSI C37. When “UL® Listed” appears, the product meets the requirements
of UL 489.
The 800–2000 A ANSI Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers type L1F and Insulated Case Circuit
Breaker type LF are tested to show the arc flash hazard risk category as referenced by NFPA® 70E.
Circuit breakers should be applied according to guidelines detailed in the National Electrical Code®
(NEC®) and other local wiring codes.
Masterpact circuit breakers are available in Square D™ or Schneider Electric™ brands.
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UL File Numbers:
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Masterpact NW: E161835 Vol. 2 Sec. 1
Masterpact NT: E161835 Vol. 2 Sec. 2
Features and Benefits
High Ampere Interrupting Rating (AIR): ANSI Certified Masterpact NW circuit breakers have an
interrupting rating of 200,000 A at 508 Vac without fuses.
High Short-Time Current Rating: Masterpact NW circuit breakers have exceptional short-time
ratings—up to 100,000 A.
100% Rated Circuit Breaker: Masterpact circuit breakers are designed for continuous operation at
100% of their current rating.
Reverse Fed Circuit Breaker: Masterpact circuit breakers can be fed either from the top of the circuit
breaker or from the bottom.
True Two-Step Stored Energy Mechanism: Masterpact circuit breakers are operated via a storedenergy mechanism which can be manually or motor charged. The closing time is less than five cycles.
Closing and opening operations can be initiated by remote control or by push buttons on the circuit
breaker front cover. An O–C–O cycle is possible without recharging.
Drawout or Fixed Mount, 3-Pole (3P) or 4-Pole (4P) Construction: ANSI Rated, UL Listed and IEC
Rated Masterpact circuit breakers are available in drawout or fixed mounts, with either 3P or 4P
construction.
Field-Installable Trip Units, Sensor Plugs and Accessories: Trip units, sensor plugs and most
accessories are field installable with only the aid of a screwdriver and without adjusting the circuit
breaker. The uniform design of the circuit breaker line allows most accessories to be common for the
whole line.
Reinforced Insulation: Two insulation barriers separate the circuit breaker front from the current path.
Isolation Function by Positive Indication of Contact Status: The mechanical indicator is truly
representative of the status of all the main contacts.
Segregated Compartment: Once the accessory cover has been removed to provide access to the
accessory compartment, the main contacts remain fully isolated. Furthermore, interphase partitioning
allows full insulation between each pole even if the accessory cover has been removed.
Front Connection of Secondary Circuits: All accessory terminals (ring terminals are available as an
option) are located on a connecting block which is accessible from the front in the connected, test and
disconnected positions. This is particularly useful for field inspection and modification.
Anti-Pumping Feature: All Masterpact NT and NW circuit breakers are designed with an anti-pumping
feature that causes an opening order to always takes priority over a closing order. Specifically, if
opening and closing orders occur simultaneously, the charged mechanism discharges without any
movement of the main contacts keeping the circuit breaker in the open (OFF) position.
In the event that opening and closing orders are simultaneously maintained, the standard mechanism
provides an anti-pumping function which continues to keep the main contacts in the open position.
In addition, after fault tripping or opening the circuit breaker intentionally (using the manual or electrical
controls and with the closing coil continuously energized) the circuit breaker cannot be closed until the
power supply to the closing coil is discontinued and then reactivated.
NOTE: When the automatic reset after fault trip (RAR) option is installed, the automatic control system
must take into account the information supplied by the circuit breaker before issuing a new closing
order or before blocking the circuit breaker in the open position. Information on the type of fault, e.g.
overload, short-circuit or ground fault.
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Disconnection Through the Front Door: The racking handle and racking mechanism are accessible
through the front door cutout. Disconnecting the circuit breaker is possible without opening the door
and exposing live parts.
Figure 2:
Racking Handle and Mechanism
Door Escutcheon
Closing and Opening Push Buttons
Racking Handle Storage Space
Racking Handle
Disconnected Position
(Cluster Shield Not Shown)
Racking Mechanism
Drawout Mechanism: The drawout assembly mechanism allows the circuit breaker to be racked in
four positions (connected, test, disconnected, or withdrawn), as shown in the figure below.
NOTE: For UL/ANSI circuit breakers, the clusters are mounted on the circuit breaker; for IEC circuit
breakers, the clusters are mounted on the cradle.
Figure 3:
Racking Positions (Cluster Shield Not Shown)
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Reduced Maintenance: Under normal operating conditions, the circuit
breaker does not require maintenance. However, if maintenance or inspection
is necessary, the arc chambers are easily removed so you may visually
inspect the contacts and wear indicator groove (see the figure below for how
wear is indicated). The operation counter can also indicate when inspections
and possible maintenance should be done. The life of the circuit breaker may
be extended by replacing the arc chamber and spring-charging motor and/or
replacing the main contact assembly of ANSI Certified circuit breakers.
Figure 4:
Arc Chamber
Contact Wear Indicators
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Operating Conditions
See bulletin 0613IB1202, available in the Schneider Electric technical library, for information on normal
and adverse operating conditions.
Ambient Temperature:
Masterpact circuit breakers can operate under the following temperature conditions:
•
The electrical and mechanical characteristics are stipulated for an ambient temperature between
-13°F (-25°C) and 158°F (70°C).
Mechanical closing of the circuit breaker (by pushbutton) is possible down to -31°F (-35°C)
•
At altitudes +13,000 ft. (3900 m).
Masterpact circuit breakers have been tested for operation in industrial atmospheres. It is
recommended that the equipment be cooled or heated to the proper operating temperature and kept
free of excessive vibration and dust. Operation at temperatures above 104°F (40°C) may require
derating or overbussing the circuit breaker. See the appropriate instruction bulletin and page 17 of this
catalog for additional information.
Storage Temperature
Circuit breakers with trip units without LCD displays may be stored in the original packaging at
temperatures between -40°F (-40°C) and 185°F (85°C).
For circuit breakers with trip units with LCD displays, this range is -13°F (-25°C) to 185°F (85°C).
Altitude:
Masterpact circuit breakers are suitable for use at altitudes of 13,000 ft. (3900 m) and below. See
Table 15 on page 17 for Altitude correction factors.
Vibration:
Masterpact circuit breakers meet IEC 60068-2-6 Standards for vibration.
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2 to 13.2 Hz and amplitude 0.039 in. (1 mm)
13.2 to 100 Hz constant acceleration 0.024 oz. (0.7 g)
Humidity:
Masterpact circuit breakers have been tested to the following:
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IEC68-2-30—damp heat (temperature +55°C and relative humidity of 95%)
IEC 68-2-52 level 2—salt mist
The materials used in Masterpact NT and NW circuit breakers will not support the growth of fungus and
mold.
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Masterpact NW Circuit Breaker Design
NOTE: For UL Listed and ANSI Certified circuit breakers, the clusters are mounted on the circuit
breaker; for IEC Rated circuit breakers, the clusters are mounted on the cradle.
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Masterpact NW Cradle Design
Primary Stabs
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Masterpact NW with ArcBlok™ Technology
The Masterpact NW low-voltage power circuit breaker and insulated case circuit breaker are available
with ArcBlok technology designed to mount in an ArcBlok drawout cradle.
The Masterpact NW with ArcBlok technology interfaces with the ArcBlok cradle to prevent arcing
events by enclosing the phases at the primary connection of the cradle. If for any reason an arcing
event happens, with the separation between phase to phase and phase to ground, the arc is
extinguished in less than 12 ms to reduce arc flash energy.
The Masterpact NW with ArcBlok technology is tested as part of Arc Resistant Equipment to ANSI
C37.20.7.
Figure 5:
Masterpact NW Circuit Breaker and Cradle with ArcBlok Technology
A
Q
B
O
C
D
E
Cradle
A—Terminal Cover
B—Lifting Flanges
C—Extension Rail Handle
D—Padlock Provision
E—Stop Release Button
F—Racking Handle Insertion Opening
G—Position Indicator
H—Racking Handle Storage Space
I—Fault Trip Reset Button
J—Trip Unit
K—Push to Open Button
L—Push to Close Button
M—Charging Handle
N—Faceplate
O—Accessory Cover
P—Cradle Date Code
Q—ArcBlok Shield
(rotated for clarity)
F
P
G
H
B
N
I
M
J
K
L
Drawout Circuit Breaker
Racking Handle
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Terminal Cover
Lifting Handle
Padlock Provision
Position Indicator
Racking Handle Insertion Opening
Stop Release Button
Racking Handle Storage Space
Accessory Cover
Charging Handle
Extension Rail Handle
Lifting Tab
NT Cradle
Fault Trip
Reset Button
"Push-to-close" Button
"Push-to-open" Button
Trip Unit
Faceplate
NT Drawout Circuit Breaker
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Ratings
Table 1:
Ratings for ANSI C37 Certified Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800/1600 A
Interrupting Rating Code
N1
H1
H2
H3
254 Vac 50/60 Hz 42
65
85
100 200
200
508 Vac 50/60 Hz 42
65
85
100 200
635 Vac 50/60 Hz 42
65
85
85
130
30
Interrupting Current (kAIR)
3200/4000 A1
2000 A
L13, 4 L1F4 H1
L13, 4 L1F4 H1
4000/5000/6000 A2
H2
H3
H3
L13, 4
65
85
100 200
85
100
200
200
65
85
100 200
85
100
200
130
65
85
85
130
85
85
130
30
22
65
85
85
100
85
85
100
190 80
55
—
—
190 270
—
—
270
H2
H3
65
85
100 200
200
200
65
85
100 200
130
65
85
85
130
22
65
85
85
—
L13, 4 H2
Short-Time Withstand Current Vac 50/60 Hz,
(kA)
0.5 s
42
65
85
85
Built In Instantaneous Override
(Peak kA ±10%)
—5
—5
—5
190 805
55
—
90
150 90
90
55
50
150 90
90
55
50
150 90
90
90
170
170
90
Tested to show arc flash hazard risk
category as referenced by NFPA70E
—
—
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
Breaking Time
25 to 30 ms (with no intentional delay) 9 ms for L1 and L1F
Closing Time
70 ms
Close and Latch Ratings
(Peak kA)
Vac 50/60 Hz
—
100–800 A
Sensor Rating
800–1600 A
Endurance Rating (C/O
Cycles)
(with no maintenance)
—
1000–2000 A
1600–4000 A
12,500
10,000
10,000
5000
5000
Electrical
2800
1000
1000
1000
1000
1
4000 A standard width circuit breaker is not available in L1 interrupting rating code or drawout construction.
ArcBlok circuit breakers are available only to 5000 A.
4
5
2000–4000 A
2500–5000 A
3000–6000 A
Mechanical
2
3
—
Interrupting ratings (kAIR) at 50 Hz: 200 kA (254 Vac), 150 kA (508 Vac), 100 kA (635 Vac).
The interrupting ratings L1 and L1F are available only in 3P, drawout construction.
55 kA for 800 A circuit breaker frame with 100 A or 250 A sensor.
Table 2:
Ratings for ANSI C37 Certified Masterpact NW Non-Automatic Switches
Frame Rating
800 A
1600 A
2000 A
3200 A
4000 A
5000 A
Withstand Rating Code
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
254 Vac
65
65
65
65
85
85
508 Vac
65
65
65
65
85
85
635 Vac
65
65
65
65
85
85
65
65
65
65
85
85
Breaking Capacity with
External Relay (kA),
50/60 Hz
Short-Time Withstand Current
(kA) Vac 50/60 Hz, 0.5 s
Table 3:
Ratings for ANSI C37 Certified Masterpact NW Automatic Switches
800 A
HF
HC
HF
HC
HF
HC
HF
HC
HF
HC
HF
HC
254 Vac
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
508 Vac
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
635 Vac
85
130
85
130
85
130
85
130
85
130
85
130
85
30
85
30
85
30
85
100
85
100
85
100
Breaking Capacity with
External Relay (kA),
50/60 Hz
Short-Time Withstand Current (kA)
50/60 Hz, 1.5 s
1
1600 A
2000 A
4000 A1
Frame Rating
Withstand Rating Code
3200 A
5000 A
4000 A standard width automatic switch is not available in HC withstand rating code or drawout construction.
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Table 4:
Ratings for UL 489 Listed Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800/1200/1600/2000 A
Interrupting Rating Code
N
H
L
LF
H
L
H
L
240 Vac 50/60 Hz
65
100
200
200
100
200
100
200
480 Vac 50/60 Hz
65
100
150
150
100
150
100
150
600 Vac 50/60 Hz
50
85
100
100
85
100
85
100
Vac 50/60 Hz, 0.5 s
421
651
301, 2
22
65
65
85
100
Built-In Instantaneous Override
(Peak kA ±10%)
90
90
803, 4
55
150
150
170
170
Close and Latch Ratings (Peak kA) Vac 50/60 Hz
90
90
555
50
90
90
90
90
Tested to show arc flash hazard risk category
as referenced by NFPA70E
—
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
—
Breaking Time
25 to 30 ms (with no intentional delay) 9 ms for L and LF
Closing Time
70 ms
Sensor Rating
100–250 A / 400–800 A / 600–1200 A /
800–1600 A / 1000–2000 A
Interrupting Current
(kAIR)
Short-Time Withstand Current (kA)
2500/3000 A
4000/5000/6000 A
1200–2500 A /
1600–3000 A
2000–4000 A /
2500–5000 A /
3000–6000 A
Endurance Rating (C/O Cycles)
Mechanical
12,5006
12,5006
12,5006
12,5006
10,000
10,000
5000
5000
(with no maintenance)
Electrical
28006
28006
28006
28006
1000
1000
1000
1000
1
24 kA for 800 A circuit breaker frame with 100 A or 250 A sensor.
2
65 kA for 2000 A.
3
55 kA for 800 A circuit breaker frame with 100 A or 250 A sensor.
4
150 kA for 200 A sensor.
5
90 kA for 2000 A.
6
The endurance rating for 2000 A, N/H/L/LF is 10,000 for mechanical and 1000 for electrical.
Table 5:
Ratings for UL 489 Listed Masterpact NW Automatic Switches
Frame Rating
800 A
1200 A
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
4000 A
5000 A
6000 A
Withstand Rating Code
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
240
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
200
480
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
100
150
600
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
85
100
90
80
90
50
90
80
90
80
150
150
150
150
170
170
170
170
170
170
Withstand Ratings1
(kA) Vac, 50/60 Hz
Instantaneous Override (Peak kA)
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous
current rating.
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Table 6:
Ratings for IEC 60947-2 Rated Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800/1000/1250/1600 A
Interrupting Rating Code
N1
H1
H2
L1
H10
N1
H1
H2
H3
L1
H10
H1
H2
H3
H10
H1
H2
220/415 Vac
42
65
100
150
—
42
65
100
150
150
—
65
100
150
—
100
150
440 Vac
42
65
100
150
—
42
65
100
150
150
—
65
100
150
—
100
150
525 Vac
42
65
85
130
—
42
65
85
130
130
—
65
85
130
—
100
130
690 Vac
42
65
85
100
—
42
65
85
100
100
—
65
85
100
—
100
100
1150 Vac
—
—
—
—
50
—
—
—
—
—
50
—
—
—
50
—
—
%Icu
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100
%
100%
100%
Vac 50/60 Hz, 1 s 42
65
85
30
50
42
65
85
65
30
50
65
85
65
50
100
100
Vac 50/60 Hz, 3 s 22
36
50
30
50
22
36
75
65
30
50
65
75
65
50
100
100
—
—
1901 801
—
—
—
190
150
80
—
—
190
150
—
—
117
220/415 Vac
88
143
220
330
—
88
88
220
330
330
—
143
220
330
—
220
330
440 Vac
88
143
220
330
—
88
88
220
330
330
—
143
220
330
—
220
330
525 Vac
88
143
187
286
—
88
88
187
286
286
—
143
189
286
—
187
286
690 Vac
88
143
187
220
—
88
88
187
220
220
—
143
189
220
—
187
220
1150 Vac
—
—
—
—
105
—
—
—
—
—
105
—
—
—
105
—
—
ms
25
Ultimate
Breaking
Capacity (kA)
50/60 Hz
Icu
Service Breaking
Ics
Capacity
Short-Time
Withstand
Current
(kA)
Icw
Built-In Instantaneous Override
(Peak kA ±10%)
Rated making
Current
(Peak kA)
50/60 Hz
Icm
Break Time
Closing Time
Endurance Rating
(with no maint.)
C/O Cycles x 1000
1
2000 A
2500/3200/4000 A
25
4000B/5000/6300 A
25
25
ms
< 70
< 70
< 70
< 80
Mechanical
12.5
10
10
5
Electrical 440 V
10
10
10
3
—
8
8
8
3
3
—
5
5
1.25 —
1.5
1.5
Electrical 1150 V —
—
—
—
0.5
—
—
—
—
—
0.5
—
—
—
—
—
0.5
55 kA for 800 A circuit breaker frame with 100 A or 250 A sensor.
Table 7:
Ratings for IEC 60947-3 Rated Masterpact NW Switches
Frame Rating
800/1000/1250/1600 A
2500/3200/4000 A
4000B/5000/6300 A
Withstand Rating Code1
NA
HA
HF
HA10
HA
HF
HA10
HA
HF
HA10
HA
220/415 Vac, 50/60 Hz 88
105
187
—
105
187
—
121
189
—
187
440 Vac, 50/60 Hz
88
105
187
—
105
187
—
121
189
—
187
500/690 Vac, 50/60 Hz 88
105
187
—
105
187
—
121
189
—
187
1150 Vac, 50/60 Hz
—
—
—
105
—
—
105
121
—
105
—
Icw
Vac 50/60 Hz, 1 s
42
50
85
50
50
85
50
50
85
50
85
Icu
Maximum Delay
350 ms
42
50
85
50
50
85
50
50
85
50
85
Rated Making Current
(Peak kA)
Short-Time Withstand
Current (kA)
Ultimate Breaking
Capacity
(with external protection
relay) (kA)
1
Icm
2000 A
NA, HA, and HA10 are non-automatic switches; HF is an automatic switch.
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Table 8:
Ratings for ANSI C37 Certified Masterpact NT Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800 A
Interrupting Rating Code
N1
Interrupting Current (kAIR)
Short-Time Withstand Current (kA)
254 Vac 60 Hz
42
508 Vac 60 Hz
42
635 Vac 60 Hz
N/A
ac 60 Hz, 0.5 s
42
Built-In Instantaneous Override
(Peak kA ±10%)
—
Close and Latch Ratings (Peak kA)
ac 60 Hz
90
Tested to show arc flash hazard risk category as referenced by NFPA70E
—
Breaking Time
25 to 30 ms (with no
intentional time delay)
Closing Time
< 50 ms
Sensor Rating
100 to 250 A / 400 to 800 A
Endurance Rating (C/O Cycles)
Mechanical
12,500
(with no maintenance)
Electrical
2800
Table 9:
Ratings for ANSI C37 Certified Masterpact NT Non-Automatic Switches
Frame Rating
800 A
Withstand Rating Code
NA
Short-Time Withstand Current Rating (kA)
Vac 50/60 Hz, 0.5 s
42
Breaking Capacity (with external protection relay) (kA)
254/508/635 Vac, 60 Hz
42/42/NA
Table 10:
Ratings for UL 489 Listed Masterpact NT Circuit Breakers
1600 A1
Frame Rating
800 A
Interrupting Rating Code
N
H
L1
L
LF
N
H
L1
L
LF
N
H
L1
L
240 Vac, 60 Hz
50
65
100
200
200
50
65
100
200
200
50
65
100
200
480 Vac, 60 Hz
50
50
65
100
100
50
50
65
100
100
50
50
65
100
600 Vac, 60 Hz
35
50
N/A
N/A
N/A
35
50
N/A
N/A
N/A
35
50
N/A
N/A
Vac 60 Hz, 0.5 s 35
35
10
10
10
35
35
10
10
10
35
35
10
10
90
90
22
22
22
90
90
22
22
22
90
90
22
22
55
55
22
22
22
55
55
22
22
22
55
55
22
22
—
—
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
—
Interrupting Current (kAIR)
Short-Time Withstand Current Rating
(kA)
Built-In Instantaneous Override
(Peak kA ±10%)
Close and Latch Ratings (Peak kA)
Vac 60 Hz
Tested to show arc flash hazard risk category
as referenced by NFPA70E
1200 A
25 to 30 ms (with no intentional time delay)
Breaking Time
9 ms for L and LF
Closing Time
< 50 ms
Sensor Rating
100–250 A / 400–800 A
Endurance Rating (C/O Cycles)
(with no maintenance)
1
600–1200 A
Mechanical
800–1600 A
12,500
Electrical
2800
Fixed-mounted only. 1600 A UL489 drawout circuit breakers are not available.
Table 11:
Ratings for UL 489 Listed Masterpact NT Automatic Switches
Frame Rating
800 A
Withstand Rating Code
HF
HB
HF
HB
HF
HB
240
65
200
65
200
65
200
480
50
100
50
100
50
100
600
50
NA
50
NA
50
NA
90
22
90
22
90
22
Withstand Rating1 (kA) Vac, 50/60 Hz
Instantaneous Override (Peak kA)
1
1200 A
1600 A
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous
current rating.
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Table 12:
Ratings for IEC 60947-2 Rated Masterpact NT Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800/1000 A
Interrupting Rating Code
H1
H2
L1
H1
H2
220/415 Vac, 50/60 Hz
42
50
150
42
50
440 Vac, 50/60 Hz
42
50
130
42
50
525 Vac, 50/60 Hz
42
42
100
42
42
690 Vac, 50/60 Hz
42
42
25
42
42
1000 Vac, 50/60 Hz
—
—
—
—
—
Ultimate Breaking Capacity (kA)
Icu
1250/1600 A
Service Breaking Capacity (kA)
Ics
%Icu
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Short-Time Withstand Current (kA)
Icw
Vac 50/60 Hz, 1 s
42
42
10 x In1
42
36
—
90
102
—
—
220/415 Vac, 50/60 Hz
88
105
330
88
105
440 Vac, 50/60 Hz
88
105
286
88
105
525 Vac, 50/60 Hz
88
88
220
88
88
690 Vac, 50/60 Hz
88
88
52
88
88
1000 Vac, 50/60 Hz
—
—
—
—
—
Break Time
ms
25
25
9
25
25
Closing Time
ms
50
50
50
50
50
Mechanical
12,500
12,500
12,500
12,500
12,500
Electrical 440 V
6000
6000
3000
60003
60003
Electrical 1000 V
—
—
—
—
—
Built-In Instantaneous Override (kA ±10%)
Rated Making Capacity (Peak kA)
Icm
Endurance Rating (C/O cycles)
(with no maintenance)
1
For Icw, 10 kA is for 0.5 s.
2
SELLIM system.
3
1600 A at 690 V is 3000 electrical operations.
Table 13:
Ratings for IEC 60947-3 Rated Non-Automatic Masterpact NT Switches
Frame Rating
800/1000 A
1250/1600 A
Withstand Rating Code
HA
HA
220/415 Vac, 50/60 Hz
75
75
440 Vac, 50/60 Hz
75
75
500/690 Vac, 50/60 Hz
75
75
1000 Vac, 50/60 Hz
—
—
Icw
Vac 50/60 Hz, 0.5 s
36
36
Icu
maximum delay 350 ms
36
36
Rated Making Capacity (Peak kA)
Icm
Short-Time Withstand Current (kA)
Breaking Capacity (kA at 690 Vac)
(with external protection relay)
Correction Factors
Table 14:
Temperature Correction Factors per ANSI C37.20.1 par. 7.4.2
Maximum Ambient Temperature
°F
140
122
104
86
77
68
50
32
14
–4
°C
60
50
40
30
25
20
10
0
–10
–20
–30
Current
0.83
0.92
1.00
1.07
1.11
1.14
1.21
1.27
1.33
1.39
1.44
Table 15:
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Altitude Correction Factors per ANSI C37.20.1 par. 7.1.4.1 (Table 10)
< 6600 ft. (2000 m)
8500 ft (2600 m)
13,000 ft. (3900 m)
Voltage
1.00
0.95
0.80
Current
1.00
0.99
0.96
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Shipping Weights
Table 16:
Shipping Weights for UL Listed/ANSI Certified Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
1
Circuit Breaker Rating Circuit Breaker (lb/kg) Cradle (lb/kg)
(A)
3P
4P
3P
4P
Connector Type and Weight (lb/kg) Pallet
(lb/kg)
Type
3P
4P
800
FCF
42/19
55/25
17/8
265/121
320/151
FCT
84/38
109/50
17/8
307/140
384/176
1600
109/50
142/65
97/44
116/53
Total Weight (lb/kg)
3P
4P
2000
RCTH or RCTV
17/8
22/10
17/8
240/110
297/136
2500
FCT
80/36
104/47
17/8
348/159
435/198
RCTH or RCTV
26/12
34/15
17/8
294/135
365/166
368/169
461/210
421/191
NA
3000
127/58
165/75
124/57
149/68
127/58
165/75
124/57
149/68
2000 (L1, L1F)
RCOV (standard 100/46
3200 (H1, H2, H3)
4000 W-Frame (H1, H2, H3)
3200 (L1)
227/103
4000
295/134
278/126
334/152
5000
227/103
295/134
278/126
334/152
6000
227/103
295/134
278/126
334/152
1
130/59
17/8
RCOV (ArcBlok) 153/69
NA
RCOV (special)
115/52
145/66
FCF
84/38
109/50
FCT
168/77
RCTH or RCTV
52/24
FCT
168/77
RCTH or RCTV
52/24
68/31
39/18
596/271
736/335
RCTH or RCTV
396/180
528/240
39/18
940/427
1196/544
259/118
327/149
39/18
628/285
777/354
218/99
39/18
712/324
886/403
68/31
39/18
596/271
736/335
218/99
39/18
712/324
886/403
Fixed circuit breaker weight = total weight – cradle weight.
Table 17:
Shipping Weights for IEC 60947-2 Rated Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breaker1 (lb/kg) Cradle (lb/kg)
Circuit Breaker
Rating (A)
3P
800
1000, 1250, 1600, 2000
2500
4P
109/50
132/60
3P
4P
97/44
116/53
Connector Type and Weight (lb/kg)
Pallet
(lb/kg)
Total Weight (lb/kg)
Type
3P
4P
3P
4P
FCF
42/19
55/25
17/8
265/121
320/145
RCTH or RCTV
17/8
22/10
17/8
240/110
287/131
FCF
42/19
55/25
17/8
310/142
386/175
127/58
165/75
124/57
149/68
RCTH or RCTV
17/8
22/10
17/8
285/131
353/161
4000
127/58
165/75
124/57
149/68
RCTH or RCTV
42/19
55/25
17/8
310/142
386/176
4000b, 5000, 6300
227/103
295/134
278/126
334/152
RCTH or RCTV
52/24
68/31
39/18
596/271
736/335
3200
1
Fixed circuit breaker weight = total weight – cradle weight.
Table 18:
Shipping Weights for UL Listed/ANSI Certified Masterpact NT Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breaker
Rating (A)
800
1200
16002
Circuit Breaker1 (lb/kg)
Cradle (lb/kg)
3P
3P
4P
40/18
52/24
36/16
43/20
40/18
52/24
N/A
N/A
1
Fixed circuit breaker weight = total weight – cradle weight.
2
Fixed circuit breaker only.
Table 19:
4P
Type
3P
4P
FCF
15/7
20/9
Pallet
(lb/kg)
10/5
Total Weight (lb/kg)
3P
4P
101/46
125/58
RCTH or RCTV
6/3
8/4
10/5
92/42
113/53
RCTV
18/8
20/9
10/5
68/31
82/38
Shipping Weights for IEC 60947-2 Rated Masterpact NT Circuit Breakers
1
Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker (lb/kg) Cradle (lb/kg)
Rating (A)
3P
4P
3P
4P
800
1000, 1250, 1600
1
Connector Type and Weight (lb/kg)
35/16
46/21
31/14
37/17
Connector Type and Weight (lb/kg)
Type
3P
FCF
15/7
RCTH or RCTV 6/3
4P
Pallet
(lb/kg)
Total Weight (lb/kg)
3P
4P
20/9
10/5
91/41
113/52
8/4
10/5
82/38
101/47
Fixed circuit breaker weight = total weight – cradle weight.
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Section 2—Micrologic™ Electronic Trip Systems
OVERVIEW OF MICROLOGIC TRIP SYSTEMS ........................................................................................ 20
Thermal Imaging .................................................................................................................................... 20
True RMS Current Sensing .................................................................................................................... 22
POWER SUPPLY INFORMATION .............................................................................................................. 21
Ammeter (A) Trip Unit with 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2 ............................................................ 21
Power (P) and Harmonic (H) Trip Unit without 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2 .............................. 21
Power (P) and Harmonic (H) Trip Unit with 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2 ................................... 21
MICROLOGIC TRIP UNITS–OVERVIEW..................................................................................................... 22
MICROLOGIC 2.0, 3.0, AND 5.0 BASIC TRIP UNITS ................................................................................. 24
Protection Settings ................................................................................................................................. 24
MICROLOGIC 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A, & 6.0A TRIP UNITS WITH AMMETER .................................................... 25
Protection Settings ................................................................................................................................. 24
Ammeter Measurements ........................................................................................................................ 25
Communication Network ........................................................................................................................ 25
MICROLOGIC 5.0P & 6.0P TRIP UNITS WITH POWER METERING ......................................................... 27
Configuring Alarms and Other Protection Functions .............................................................................. 27
Maintenance Record .............................................................................................................................. 27
Load Shedding and Reconnection Parameters ...................................................................................... 28
Indication Option via Programmable Contacts ....................................................................................... 28
Trip and Alarm Histories ......................................................................................................................... 29
Metering ................................................................................................................................................. 31
Communication Network ........................................................................................................................ 25
Event Log ............................................................................................................................................... 30
MICROLOGIC 5.0H AND 6.0H TRIP UNITS WITH HARMONIC METERING ............................................. 31
Metering ................................................................................................................................................. 31
Waveform Capture ................................................................................................................................. 31
Customized Alarm Programming ........................................................................................................... 32
Event Logs ............................................................................................................................................. 32
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR TYPE P AND TYPE H TRIP UNITS ..................... 32
MICROLOGIC TRIP UNIT FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................... 33
Long-Time Trip Functions ...................................................................................................................... 33
Short-Time Trip Functions ...................................................................................................................... 33
Instantaneous Trip Function ................................................................................................................... 33
Ground-Fault Trip Functions .................................................................................................................. 33
COMMUNICATION NETWORK ................................................................................................................... 25
Modbus Circuit Breaker Communication Module (BCM) ........................................................................ 34
Modbus Cradle Communication Module (CCM) ..................................................................................... 36
Powerlogic System Manager Software (SMS) ....................................................................................... 36
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Overview of Micrologic Trip Systems
Model
Basic Trip Unit
A Trip Unit
P Trip Unit
H Trip Unit
LS0
LI
LSI
LSIG
Long-Time +
Short-Time +
Zero Delay
Long-Time +
Instantaneous
Protection
Long-Time + Short-Time
Long-Time + Short-Time
+ Instantaneous
+ Instantaneous
Protection + Equipment
Protection
Ground-Fault Protection
(IEC Rated)
(UL Listed and
ANSI Certified)
(UL LIsted, ANSI
Certified, IEC Rated)
(UL LIsted, ANSI
Certified, IEC Rated)
2.0
2.0A
—
—
3.0
3.0A
—
—
5.0
5.0A
5.0P
5.0H
—
6.0A
6.0P
6.0H
All Masterpact™ circuit breakers are equipped with the Micrologic trip system to protect power circuits
and loads. Micrologic trip systems use a set of current transformers (called CTs or sensors) to sense
current, a trip unit to evaluate the current, and a tripping solenoid to trip the circuit breaker. Adjustable
rotary switches on the trip unit allow the user to set the proper overcurrent or equipment ground-fault
current protection required in the electrical system. If current exceeds a set value for longer than its set
time delay, the trip system opens the circuit breaker. Alarms may be programmed for remote
indications. Measurements of current, voltage, frequency, power, and power quality optimize continuity
of service and energy management. Micrologic trip units can be changed on-site.
Integration of protection functions in the Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) electronic
component used in all Micrologic trip units guarantees a high degree of reliability and immunity to
conducted or radiated disturbances. On Micrologic P and H trip units, advanced functions are
managed by an independent microprocessor.
Masterpact circuit breakers are shipped with the long-time pickup switch set at 1.0 and all other trip unit
adjustments set at their lowest settings. Actual settings required for a specific application must be
determined by a qualified consultant or plant engineer. A coordination study is recommended to
provide coordination between all circuit breakers in the distribution system.
Figure 6:
P Trip Unit with Power Metering
Thermal Imaging
The thermal imaging function protects the cables or bus bars from overheating in case of low
amplitude repetitive faults. Such overheating can be due to repetitive motor starting, fluctuating load,
intermittent ground faults, or subsequent closing after a fault.
Traditional electronic protection does not protect against repetitive faults because the duration of each
overload above the pickup setting is too short to achieve effective tripping. Nevertheless, each
overload involves a temperature rise in the installation, the cumulative effect of which could lead to
overheating of the system.
The thermal imaging function remembers and integrates the thermal heating caused by each pickup
setting overrun. Before tripping, the integrated heating value will reduce the associated time delay and,
therefore, the reaction of the trip unit will be closer to the real heating of the power network system.
After tripping, the function will also reduce the time delay when closing the circuit breaker on an
overload.
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Power Supply Information
Ammeter (A) Trip Unit Without 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
Sensor Plug
Value (In)
Minimum
GroundFault
Pickup
100–250 A
30% of
sensor
rating
400–1200 A
20% of
sensor
rating
1600–6300 A
500 A
•
•
•
Provides fault protection for LSIG functions
•
Ground-fault push-to-trip button works for testing ground fault with current flow on one phase
greater than or equal to the values shown in the following table
Provides LED trip indication (powered by an onboard battery)
All display functions and trip unit features power-up with current flow on one phase greater than or
equal to the values in the table to the left
Ammeter (A) Trip Unit With 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
The Ammeter (A) trip unit provides all of the above plus additional functionality when powered by
external 24 Vdc power supply:
•
Ammeter and bar graph displays are functional with or without current flowing through the circuit
breaker
•
Trip settings and (Max) current readings can be accessed on the display by pressing navigation
button with or without current flowing through the circuit breaker
•
Ground-fault push-to-trip button works for testing ground fault with or without current flowing
through the circuit breaker
•
Optional Modbus™ communications—Also requires a separate 24 Vdc power supply for the circuit
breaker communications module
NOTE: Ground-fault push-to-trip button will also be functional if a hand-held test kit or full-function test
kit is powering the trip unit.
Power (P) and Harmonic (H) Trip Unit Without 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
The P and H trip units were designed to be used with the external 24 Vdc power supply. The large LCD
display requires too much current to be powered by current flow through the circuit breaker. The P and
H trip units do have a voltage power supply which will power the trip unit with 100 Vac or more between
two phases or phase to neutral. The standard configuration for the voltage probes inside the circuit
breaker is at the bottom connections. If the circuit breaker was open in a top fed application, there
would be no voltage at the bottom of the circuit breaker and the trip unit would not be powered.
•
•
Provides fault protection for LSIG functions
Provides LED trip indication (powered by an onboard battery)
NOTE: Ground-fault push-to-trip button works for testing ground fault if the trip unit is powered by the
voltage power supply. The ground-fault push-to-trip is also functional if a hand-held test kit or fullfunction test kit is powering the trip unit.
Power (P) and Harmonic (H) Trip Unit With 24 Vdc Power Supply at F1 and F2
•
•
•
•
•
Provides all of the above
•
Modbus communications—Also requires a separate 24 Vdc power supply for the circuit breaker
communications module.
LCD display and backlight are functional
Ground-fault push-to-trip button works for testing ground fault
All metering, monitoring, and history logs are functional
Communications from trip unit to M2C and M6C programmable contact modules are powered by a
24 Vdc supply at F1 and F2. M6C also requires a 24 Vdc external power supply
NOTE: Ground-fault push-to-trip button will also be functional if hand-held test kit or full-function test kit
is powering the trip unit.
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Micrologic Trip Units–Overview
True RMS Current Sensing
The sensing system responds to the flow of current through the circuit breaker. Electronic trip circuit
breakers are limited to ac systems because the electronic trip system uses current transformers to
sense the current.The Micrologic trip unit samples the current waveform to provide true RMS
protection through the 15th harmonic.
This true RMS sensing gives accurate values for the magnitude of a non-sinusoidal waveform.
Therefore, the heating effects of harmonically distorted waveforms are accurately evaluated.
The Micrologic H trip unit provides additional sampling of the waveforms to measure and provide
waveform capture of harmonic distortion to the 31st harmonic.
Masterpact universal power circuit breakers use Micrologic electronic trip systems to sense overcurrents
and trip the circuit breaker. The Micrologic basic trip unit is standard and all Masterpact circuit breakers can
be equipped with the optional Micrologic trip systems listed below:
•
Micrologic Basic Trip Unit (standard).
— 2.0 basic protection (LS0, IEC)
— 3.0 basic protection (LI, UL®/ANSI)
— 5.0 selective protection (LSI)
•
Micrologic A: Trip Unit with Ammeter.
— 2.0A basic protection (LS0, IEC)
— 3.0A basic protection (LI, UL/ANSI)
— 5.0A selective protection (LSI)
— 6.0A selective protection with ground-fault protection for equipment (LSIG)
•
Micrologic P: Trip Unit with Power Metering.
— 5.0P selective protection (LSI)
— 6.0P selective protection with ground-fault protection for equipment (LSIG)
•
Micrologic H: Trip Unit with Harmonic Metering.
— 5.0H selective protection (LSI)
— 6.0H selective protection with ground-fault protection for equipment (LSIG)
Micrologic 3.0 and 5.0 Basic Trip Units
Micrologic 3.0A, 5.0A and 6.0A Trip Units
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Table 20:
Micrologic Trip Unit Features
Micrologic Trip Unit (X = Standard Feature O = Available Option)
Standard
Feature
2.0
LI
Ammeter
3.0
5.0
2.0A
X
LS0
Power
3.0A
5.0A
6.0A
5.0P
Harmonics
6.0P
5.0H
6.0H
X
X
X
LSI
X
X
LSIG/Ground-Fault Trip1
X
X
Ground-Fault Alarm/No Trip1,2
X
X
X
Ground-Fault Alarm and Trip1,2
X
X
X
X
Adjustable Rating Plugs
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
True RMS Sensing
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UL Listed
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
LED for Trip Indication
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Digital Ammeter
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Zone-Selective Interlocking3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Communications
O
O
O
Thermal Imaging
X
Phase-Loading Bar Graph
LED for Long-Time Pick-Up
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LCD Dot Matrix Display
X
X
X
X
Advanced User Interface
X
X
X
X
Protective Relay Functions
X
X
X
X
Neutral Protection1
X
X
X
X
Contact Wear Indication
X
X
X
X
Incremental Fine Tuning of Settings
X
X
X
X
Selectable Long-Time Delay Bands
X
X
X
X
Power Measurement
X
X
X
X
Power Quality Measurements
X
X
Waveform Capture
X
X
1
Requires neutral current transformer on three-phase four-wire loads.
2
Requires the M2C/M6C Programmable Contact Module.
3
Not available for 2.0A trip unit as upstream devices.
O
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Units
Micrologic 5.0H and 6.0H Trip Units
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Micrologic 2.0, 3.0, and 5.0 Basic Trip Units
The Micrologic 2.0, 3.0, and 5.0 trip units protect power circuits.
Protection Settings
1
1—Overload signal (LED)
2—Long-time rating plug
screw
3
2
•
3—Long-time current setting
and tripping delay
4—Instantaneous pickup
Protection thresholds and delays are set using the rotary switches.
A full-range of long-time settings are available via fieldinstallable adjustable rating plugs.
— True RMS long-time protection
4
5
5—Short-time pickup and
tripping delay
Overload protection
— Thermal imaging: Active thermal imaging before and
after tripping
•
Short-circuit protection.
6—Test connector
6
— Short-time RMS
— Selection of I2t type (ON or OFF) for short-time delay
•
•
Micrologic 5.0 Basic Trip Unit
Table 21:
Instantaneous protection.
Neutral protection on four-pole circuit breakers.
Micrologic 2.0 and 3.0 Basic Trip Unit Settings
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Long-Time
Protection
Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
Ir = ln x...
2.0:
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
0.95
0.98
1.00
3.0:
0.40
0.45
0.50
0.60
0.63
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
tr at 1.5 x Ir
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
Thermal Imaging
20 minutes before or after tripping
Current Setting (A)
Short-Time
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Isd = Ir x...
2.0:
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
5
6
8
10
Ii = In x...
3.0:
1.5
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
No Delay
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Table 22:
Micrologic 5.0 Basic Trip Unit Settings
IEC:
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Long-Time
Protection
Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
Ir = ln x...
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
0.95
0.98
1.00
UL/ANSI: 0.40
0.45
0.50
0.60
0.63
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
tr at 1.5 x Ir
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
5
6
8
10
10
12
15
off
Thermal Imaging
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Short-Time
Protection
20 minutes before or after tripping
lsd = Ir x...
Settings
Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
600
tsd
I2t OFF
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Min. trip
20
time (ms)
80
140
230
350
Max. trip
80
time (ms)
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
Ii = In x...
2
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Micrologic 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A, & 6.0A Trip Units with Ammeter
Micrologic A trip units protect power circuits and provide current measurements, overload protection,
and short-circuit protection. In addition, the 6.0A trip units also provide ground-fault protection for
equipment.
Protection Settings
1
1—Test lamp and reset
2
2—Indication of tripping
cause
3
3—Digital display
4—Three-phase bar graph
and ammeter
Protection thresholds and delays are set using the rotary switches. The
selected values are momentarily displayed in amperes and in seconds.
A full-range of long-time settings are available via field-installable rating
plug.
•
•
•
4
7—Long-time rating plug
screw
5
•
•
Instantaneous protection.
Ground-fault protection for equipment.
— Residual ground-fault protection for equipment
9—Short-time pickup and
tripping delay
— Source ground-return ground-fault protection for equipment
— Modified differential ground-fault protection (MDGF) for
equipment
6
10—Instantaneous pickup
12—Ground-fault pickup and
tripping delay
Short-circuit protection.
— I2t ON or OFF for short-time delay
6—Overload signal (LED)
11—Electronic push-to-trip
Thermal imaging (active thermal imaging before and after tripping).
— Short-time RMS
5—Navigation buttons
8—Long-time current setting
and tripping delay
Overload protection (true RMS long-time protection).
8
7
9
10
•
•
13—Test connector
11
12
13
Neutral protection on four-pole circuit breakers.
ZSI: Zone-selective interlocking (a ZSI terminal block may be used to
interconnect a number of trip units to provide total discrimination for
short-time and equipment ground-fault protection, without delay for
tripping). Not available for 3.0 A trip unit. Not available for 2.0 A trip
unit if installed as upstream device.
Micrologic 6.0A Trip Unit
Ammeter Measurements
Micrologic A trip units measure the true RMS value of currents. They provide continuous current
measurement from 0.2 to 20 x In with an accuracy of 1.5% (including sensors). No auxiliary source is
needed where I > 0.2 x In. The optional external power supply (24 Vdc) makes it possible to display
currents where I < 0.2 x In and to store values of the interrupted current. A digital LCD screen
continuously displays the most heavily loaded phase (Imax) or displays the Ia, Ib, Ic, Ig, and (on 4P circuit
breakers only) In stored current and setting values by successively pressing the navigation button.
Communication Network
Four wire Modbus, RTU, RS485
In conjunction with an optional communication network, the trip unit transmits the following parameters:
•
•
•
Setting values.
All ammeter measurements.
Tripping causes.
NOTE: Current-based protection functions require no auxiliary power source. When an external power
supply is added, the value of the interrupted current is stored by the trip unit. The reset button resets
alarms, and stored interrupted current indications.
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Table 23:
t
Ir
Long-Time
Protection
tr
Ii
0
Micrologic 2.0A and 3.0A Trip Unit Settings
2.0A: 0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
0.95
0.98
1.00
3.0A: 0.40
0.45
0.50
0.60
0.63
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Ir = ln x...
tr at 1.5 x Ir
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
Thermal Imaging
Short-Time
Protection
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
No delay
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Table 24:
20 minutes before or after tripping
Isd = Ir x...
2.0A: 1.5
2
2.5
3
4
5
6
8
10
Ii = In x...
3.0A: 1.5
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
Micrologic 5.0A and 6.0A Trip Unit Settings
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Long-Time
Protection
Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
IEC:
Ir = ln x...
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
0.95
0.98
1.00
UL/ANSI: 0.40
0.45
0.50
0.60
0.63
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
tr at 1.5 x Ir
12.5
25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
1
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34
0.69
1.38
2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8
16.6
5
6
8
10
10
12
15
off
J
Thermal Imaging
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Short-Time
Protection
Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
lsd = Ir x...
tsd
I2t OFF
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Min. trip
20
time (ms)
80
140
230
350
Max. trip
80
time (ms)
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
Ii = In x...
2
Micrologic 6.0A Trip Unit Ground-Fault Settings
Ground-Fault Pickup (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Settings
Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
20 minutes before or after tripping
Settings
Instantaneous Current setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Table 25:
600
tg
Ig = ln x...
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
ln ≤ 400 A
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
400 A < ln ≤ 1200 A
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
ln > 1200 A
500
640
720
800
880
960
1040 1120 1200
I2t OFF
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
80
140
230
350
140
200
320
500
I2t ON
Minimum Trip Time (ms)
20
Maximum Trip Time (ms) 80
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Micrologic 5.0P & 6.0P Trip Units with Power Metering
Protection Settings
The adjustable protection functions of the 5.0P and 6.0P trip units
are identical to those of Micrologic A trip unit (overloads, short
circuits, equipment ground-fault protection); see page 25.
1—Test lamp and indication
reset
2—Indication of tripping
cause
3—High resolution screen
These units also feature:
4—Measurement display
•
Fine adjustment: Within the range below the rotary switch
setting, fine adjustments of pickups/delays in steps of 1 A/s
(except for short-time and ground-fault) are possible on the
keypad or remotely by the communication network.
•
Inverse definite minimum time lag (IDMTL) setting:
Coordination with fuse-type or medium-voltage protection systems
is optimized by adjusting the long-time delay curve around 6 x Ir
axis. This setting ensures better coordination with certain loads.
•
Neutral protection: On three-pole circuit breakers, neutral
protection may be set using the keypad or remotely using the
communication network to one of four positions:
5—Maintenance indicators
6—Protection settings
7—Navigation buttons
8—Overload signal (LED)
9—Long-time rating plug
screw
10—Long-time current
setting and tripping delay
11—Short-time pickup and
tripping delay
12—Instantaneous pickup
— OFF
13—Hole for settings
lockout pin
— 1/2N (1/2 x In)
— 1N (1 x In)
14—Electronic push-to-trip
— 2N (2 x In)
15—Ground-fault pickup and
tripping delay
NOTE: The neutral protection is disabled if the long-time curve is set
to one of the IDMTL protection settings.
16—Test connector
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
Configuring Alarms and Other Protection Functions
When the cover is closed, the keypad may no longer be used to change the protection settings, but it
still provides access to the displays for measurements, histories, indicators, etc. Depending on the
thresholds and time delays set, the Micrologic P trip unit monitors current, voltage, power, frequency,
and phase sequence. Each threshold overrun may be signalled remotely via the communication
network.
Each threshold overrun may be combined with tripping (protection) or an indication carried out by an
optional M2C/M6C programmable contact (alarm), or both (protection and alarm).
Maintenance Record
The maintenance record can be consulted using the full-function test kit or remotely via the
communication network. It can be used as an aid in troubleshooting and to assist scheduling for device
maintenance operations.
Recorded indications include:
•
•
•
•
•
Highest current measured
Operation counter (both cumulative total and total since last reset)
Number of test kit connections
Number of trips in operating mode
Contact wear (Masterpact NW only)
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Load Shedding and Reconnection Parameters
Load shedding and reconnection parameters can be set according to the power or the current flowing
through the circuit breaker. Load shedding is carried out by a remote computer via the communication
network or by an M2C or M6C programmable contact.
Indication Option via Programmable Contacts
The M2C (two contacts) and M6C (six contacts) programmable contacts may be used to signal
threshold overruns or status changes. They can be programmed using the keypad on the Micrologic P
and H trip units or remotely using the communication network. These contacts are required to obtain
data from the protective relay functions on Type P and Type H trip units.
Table 26:
Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Unit Settings
Current Setting (A)
Tripping Between 1.05
and 1.20 x Ir
Long-Time
(RMS)
Protection
Ir = ln x...
IEC:
0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 0.95 0.98 1.00
Ir = ln x...
UL/ANSI:
0.40 0.45 0.50 0.60 0.63 0.70 0.80 0.90 1.00
Other ranges are available by changing rating plug
Time Delay (s)
Accuracy: 0 to –20%
IDMTL Setting
tr at 1.5 x Ir
12.5 25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
tr at 6 x Ir
0.5
2
4
8
12
16
20
24
tr at 7.2 x Ir
0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7
5.5
8.3
11
13.8 16.6
Curve
slope
SIT
EIT
Thermal Imaging
lsd = Ir x...
Settings
Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
tsd
Instantaneous Current Setting (A)
Protection
Accuracy: ±10%
Table 27:
Settings
tg
Table 28:
Current
I2t OFF
Power
Frequency
Phase
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Min. trip time (ms) 20
80
140
230
350
Max. trip time (ms) 80
140
200
320
500
3
4
6
8
Ii = In x...
2
DT
5
6
8
10
10
12
15
off
Ig = ln x...
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
ln ≤ 400 A
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
400 A < ln ≤ 1200 A
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
ln > 1200 A
500
640
720
800
880
960
1040 1120 1200
I2t OFF
0
I2t ON
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Minimum trip time (ms)
20
80
140
230
350
Maximum trip time (ms)
80
140
200
320
500
Settings for Alarms for Other Protection Functions for Micrologic 5.0P and 6.0P
Trip Units
Current Imbalance
Maximum Current
Imax: Ia, Ib, Ic, In, Ig
Threshold
Time Delay
0.05 to 0.6 x Imax
1 to 40 s
0.2 to 1.0 x In
15 to 1500 s
0.02 to 0.3 x Vn
1 to 40 s
Vmin
100 to 725 V (phase total)
0.25 to 0.5 s
Maximum Voltage
Vmax
100 to 1200 V (between phases)
0.20 to 5.0 s
Maximum Power
Pmax
5 to 500 kW
0.2 to 20 s
Reverse Power
Pr
0.02 to 0.2 x Pn
0.5 to 20 s
Voltage Imbalance
Voltage
HV Fuse
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit Ground-Fault Setting
Ground-Fault Pickup (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Time Delay (s)
at 10 x Ir
VIT
20 minutes before or after tripping
Current Setting (A)
Accuracy: ±10%
Short-Time
(RMS)
Protection
1
Minimum Voltage
Minimum Frequency
Fmin
45 to 65 Hz
0.2 to 5 s
Maximum Frequency
Fmax
45 to 540 Hz
0.2 to 5 s
Sequence
ΔØ
ØA-ØB-ØC or ØA-ØC-ØB
Instantaneous
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Table 29:
Load-Shedding Settings for Current and Power Metering for Micrologic 5.0P and
6.0P Trip Units
Pick-Up
Threshold
Drop-Out
Time Delay
Threshold
Time Delay
Current
I
0.5 to 1.0 x Ir per phase 20% to 80% x tr
0.3 to 1.0 x Ir per phase 10 to 600 s
Power
P
200 kW to 10 MW
100 kW to 10 MW
10 to 3600 s
10 to 3600 s
Trip and Alarm Histories
The last ten trips and ten alarms are recorded in two separate history files that can be displayed on the
screen (sample displays are shown to the right). The following information is contained in these files:
Trip History
•
•
•
•
Type of fault
Date and time of fault
Interrupted current
Contact wear
Trip
history
Ii
05 / 20 / 00
Ii
04 / 28 / 00
Vmin
04 / 28 / 00
Trip
05 / 20 / 00
10:23:42 am
Ii 7200 A
Ia =
Ib =
Ic =
In =
Alarm History
•
•
•
Type of alarm
Date and time of the alarm
Values measured at the time of the
alarm
Alarm
history
Al
05 / 20 / 00
7800 A
7800 A
7800 A
7800 A
Trip
05 / 20 / 00
Al
996A
Al
04 / 28 / 00
Al
02 / 28 / 00
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Metering
The Micrologic P trip unit calculates in real time all electrical values V, A, W, VAR, VA, Wh, VARh,
VAh, Hz, power factor, and crest factor. The Micrologic P trip unit also calculates demand current and
demand power over an adjustable time period.
Real-Time Metering: The value displayed on the screen is refreshed every second. Minimum and
maximum measurement values are stored in memory.
Current
Metering
Type of Measurement
Current
Voltage
Power
Maximum
Current
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
IRMS
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
IAVERAGE
A
(ØA + ØB + ØC)/3
IPEAK/√2
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
VRMS
V
(ØA–ØB), (ØB–ØC) and (ØC–ØA)
VRMS
V
(ØA–N), (ØB–N) and (ØC–N)
VIMBALANCE
%
VRMS
P, Q and S
W, VAR, VA
Total
EP, EQ and ES
Wh, VARh, VAh
Total
Hz
50/60
Power factor
Frequency
F
Total
Demand Metering: The demand is calculated over a fixed or sliding time window that can be
programmed from five to 60 minutes. Depending on the contract signed with the power supplier,
specific programming makes it possible to avoid or minimize the cost of overrunning the subscribed
power. Maximum demand values are systematically stored and time stamped.
Voltage
Metering
Type of Measurement
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
Current
IDEMAND
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
Power
P, Q and SDEMAND
W, VAR, VA
Total
Communication Network
Four wire Modbus, RTU, RS485—The communication network may be used to:
Power
Metering
•
•
•
•
Remotely read parameters for the protection functions
Transmit all the measurements and calculated values
Signal the causes of tripping and alarms
Consult the history files and the maintenance indicator record
In addition, an event log of the last 100 events and a maintenance record, which is stored in the trip
unit memory but not available locally, may be accessed via the communication network.
The Modbus communication system is compatible with Powerlogic™ System Manager™ (SMS) software.
Event Log
Frequency
Power
Demand
The event log may be accessed by a remote computer via the communication network. All events are
time stamped and include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Trips
Beginning and end of alarms
Modifications to settings and parameters
Loss of time
Overrun of wear indicators
Test kit connections
Counter resets
System faults (thermal self-protection, major fault and minor fault alarms)
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Micrologic 5.0H & 6.0H Trip Units with Harmonic Metering
In addition to the P functions, the Micrologic H trip units offer:
•
•
•
•
In-depth analysis of power quality including calculation of harmonics and the fundamentals.
Diagnostics aid and event analysis through waveform capture.
Customized alarm programming to analyze and track down a disturbance on the ac power system.
Systematic time stamping of all events and creation of logs.
Metering
The Micrologic H trip unit offers all the measurements carried out by the Micrologic P trip unit, with the
addition of phase-by-phase measurements of power and energy as well as calculation of:
•
•
•
Current and voltage total harmonic distortion (THD, thd).
Current, voltage and power fundamentals (50/60 Hz).
Harmonic components (amplitude and phase) up to the 31st current and voltage harmonic.
Real-Time Metering: The value displayed on the screen is refreshed every second. The table below
shows what is measured in real-time metering.
Type of Measurement
Current
Voltage
Micrologic 6.0H Trip Unit
Power
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
IRMS
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
IAVERAGE
A
(ØA + ØB + ØC) / 3
IPEAK/÷2
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
IIMBALANCE
%
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
VRMS
V
(ØA–ØB), (ØB–ØC) and (ØC–ØA)
VRMS
V
(ØA–N), (ØB–N) and (ØC–N)
VIMBALANCE
%
VRMS
P, Q and S
W, VAR, VA
Total
EP, EQ and ES
Wh, VARh, VAh
Total
Power factor
Frequency
Power Quality
Indicators
Total
F
Hz
ØA, ØB, or ØC
Fundamentals
50/60 Hz component
V, I, P, Q, and S
THD
%
V/I
V and I harmonics
Amplitude to phase
1, 2, 3, 4...50
Demand Metering: Similar to the Micrologic P trip unit, demand values are calculated over a fixed or
sliding time window that can be set from five to 60 minutes.
Type of Measurement
Unit of Measurement
Measurement Source
Current
IDEMAND
A
ØA, ØB, ØC or N
Power
P, Q and SDEMAND
W, VAR, VA
Total
Waveform Capture
Micrologic H trip units can capture and store current and voltage waveforms using digital sampling
techniques similar to those used in oscilloscopes. Using the information available in the captured
waveform, it is possible to determine the level of harmonics as well as the direction and amplitude of
the flow of harmonic power.
Users of Micrologic H trip units can record manually via the keypad the following waveforms:
•
•
The four currents: Ia, Ib, Ic, and IN
The three phase-to-phase voltages: Vab, Vbc, and Vca
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Waveforms may be displayed on the graphic screen of Micrologic H trip units or communicated over a
networked system. The recording takes place over one cycle with a measurement range of 0 to 1.5 IN
for current and 0 to 690 volts for voltage. The resolution is 64 points per cycle.
Customized Alarm Programming
The instantaneous value of each measurement can be compared to user-set high and low thresholds.
Overrun of a threshold generates an alarm. Programmable action can be linked to each alarm, including
circuit breaker opening, activation of an M2C or M6C contact, recording of measurements in a log, etc.
Event Logs
Each event is recorded with:
•
•
The date, time, and name of the event.
The event characteristics.
Additional Technical Characteristics for Type P and Type H Trip Units
•
Setting the display language: System messages can be displayed in six different languages:
— English - US
— English - UK
— French
— German
— Spanish
— Italian
The desired language is selected via the keypad.
•
Protection functions: All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. Voltagebased protection functions are connected to AC power via a voltage measurement input built into
the circuit breaker on the bottom side. (Optional external voltage measurement is available.)
•
Accuracy of measurements (including sensors):
— Voltage (V) 1%
— Current (A) 1.5% (higher accuracy [1%] may be achieved with special calibration on the current
transformer [CT characterization option])
— Frequency (Hz) 0.1 Hz
— Power (W) and energy (Wh) 2.5%
— The Micrologic H trip unit uses a dedicated metering data chain separate from the protection
data chain so that a greater number of data samples can be used for metering. This increases
the number of samples taken per time period, which in turn gives the H trip unit a higher degree
of metering accuracy.
•
Stored information: The fine setting adjustments, the last 100 events and the maintenance record
remain in the trip unit memory even when power is lost.
•
Reset: An individual reset, via the keypad or remotely, will reset alarms, minimum and maximum
data, peak values, counters and the indicators.
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Long-Time Trip Functions
The long-time pickup switch sets the maximum current level the circuit
breaker will carry continuously. The maximum current level (Ir) is the longtime pickup setting multiplied by the sensor plug amperage (In). If the current
exceeds this value for longer than the long-time delay time, the circuit
breaker will trip.
The long-time delay switch sets the length of time that the circuit breaker will
carry a sustained overload before tripping. Delay bands are labeled in
seconds of overcurrent at six times the ampere rating. For maximum
coordination, there are eight delay bands. Long-time delay is an “inverse
time” characteristic in that the delay time decreases as the current
increases.
Long-Time
Pickup
Long-Time
Delay
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
x In
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
short time
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
on
setting
Ig
E
D
C
B
A
Ii
(s)
I2t off
delay
4
6 8 10
12
3
2
Alarm
Indicator
15
off
x In
test
tg
F
G
H
J
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
(s)
on
I2t
off
ground fault
Long-Time Trip Functions
The trip unit includes an alarm indicator that will be lit continuously when the
current is above 100% of the pickup setting.
Short-Time Trip Functions
The short-time pickup switch sets the short-circuit current level at which
the circuit breaker will trip after the set short-time delay. The short-time
current (Isd) equals the short-time pickup setting multiplied by the longtime pickup (Ir).
The short-time delay switch sets the length of time the circuit breaker will
carry a short circuit within the short-time pickup range. The delay (based
on 10 times the ampere rating Ir) can be adjusted to four positions of I2t
ramp operation (I2t ON) or five positions of fixed time delays (I2t OFF). I2t
ON delay is an “inverse time” characteristic in that the delay time
decreases as the current increases. Short-time delay for the 2.0 trip unit is
fixed at a delay band of 20 to 80 ms.
Short-Time and
Instantaneous Trip
Functions
Instantaneous Trip Function
The instantaneous pickup switch sets the short-circuit current level at which the circuit breaker will trip
with no intentional time delay. The instantaneous current (Ii) is equal to the instantaneous pickup
setting multiplied by the sensor plug amperage (In).
The instantaneous function will override the short-time function if the instantaneous pickup is adjusted
at the same or lower setting than the short-time pickup. In trip units with both adjustable short-time and
instantaneous trip functions, the adjustable instantaneous trip can be disabled by setting
Instantaneous pickup to OFF.
Ground-Fault Trip Functions
The ground-fault pickup switch sets the current level at which the circuit
breaker will trip after the set ground-fault delay. Ground-fault pickup values
(Ig) are based on circuit breaker sensor plug (In) only, not on the rating plug
multiplier (Ir). Changing the rating plug multiplier has no effect on ground-fault
pickup values.
long time
Ir
.7
.6
.5
.4
@ 6 Ir
instantaneous
short time
Isd
4
5
3
2.5
6
2
8
1.5
10
x Ir
tsd
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
D
C
B
A
E
on
I2t off
delay
tg
F
G
H
J
Ii
(s)
setting
Ig
The ground-fault delay switch sets the length of time the circuit breaker will
carry ground-fault current which exceeds the ground-fault pickup level before
tripping. The delay (based on the sensor plug amperage (In) can be adjusted
to four positions of I2t ramp operation (I2t ON) or five positions of fixed time
delays (I2t OFF). I2t ON delay is an “inverse time” characteristic in that the
delay time decreases as the current increases.
alarm
tr
8
(s) 4
.9
12
16
.95 2
.98 1
20
24
1
.5
.8
x In
.4 .4 .3
.2
.3
.1
.2
0
.1
(s)
on
I2t
4
3
6 8 10
12
2
15
off
x In
test
GroundFault
Pickup
GroundFault
Delay
off
ground fault
Ground-Fault Trip
Functions
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Communication Network
Masterpact NW/NT circuit breaker, and Micrologic trip unit information is available via a Modbus network to
Powerlogic™ System Manager™ software (SMS) or other applications for reporting and recording.
Information available includes:
•
•
•
•
Circuit breaker identification and status.
Remote control of circuit breaker operation.
View and set protection function parameters.
•
•
•
Trip indication.
Alarm reporting.
Historical files and maintenance records.
Real-time readings.
Figure 7:
Communication Network
1—Circuit breaker switches (OF, SDE, PF, and CH)
2—Cradle communication module (CCM)
3—Cradle switches (CD, CE and CT)
4—Shunt trip (MX1) and shunt close (XF)
5—Communication bus
6—Circuit breaker communication module (BCM)
7—Trip unit
The Modbus circuit breaker communication feature is standard on the Micrologic P and H trip units and
available for the Micrologic A trip unit.
Modbus Circuit Breaker Communication Module (BCM)
The Modbus circuit breaker communication module (BCM) is installed in the circuit breaker and
requires a separate, isolated 24 Vdc power source. The BCM is optically coupled to the Micrologic trip
unit to ensure a high level of isolation between the trip unit and the communication network. The
Modbus BCM provides circuit breaker status via dedicated O/F (open or closed), SDE (fault tripped),
CH (spring charged), and PF (ready-to-close) switches and provides the capability of remotely
controlling the circuit breaker. It also maintains an event log of circuit breaker status containing the
number of times the circuit breaker has experienced each status position with the date and time of the
last transition. This information and the remote control capability are available to a Modbus supervisor
system via a Modbus communication network.
Circuit Breaker
Communication Module
(BCM)
The following may be connected to this module:
•
•
A set of dedicated switches which read the status of the circuit breaker.
A set of “actuators” (MX/XF) to control the circuit breaker.
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Modbus Cradle Communication Module (CCM)
Cradle Communication
Module (CCM)
The optional Modbus cradle communication module (CCM) is installed adjacent to the circuit breaker
cradle and is the gateway between the Modbus network and the Modbus BCM. The Modbus CCM
provides circuit breaker cradle status including connected position (CE), disconnected position (CD) and
test position (CT). The CCM monitors the communication parameters of the Modbus BCM and trip unit
when it detects a circuit breaker being racked from the cradle. When the circuit breaker is reinstalled or a
spare circuit breaker is installed and racked into the cradle, the CCM automatically downloads the
address, baud rate, and parity into the BCM. This capability allows a circuit breaker to be replaced
without the need to manually configure the communication parameters in the Modbus BCM.
The CCM maintains an event log of the date and time of the last circuit breaker transition. In order to
aid system communication troubleshooting, the CCM has visual indication of the module’s operating
status by means of two LEDs.
Table 30:
Characteristics
Circuit Breaker Identification
z ID Code, Address
z Size, Rating, Performance
z Type of Trip Unit
z Type of Long-Time Rating Plug
Status Indication
z ON/OFF Indication
z Connected/Disconnected/Test Pos.
z Ready-to-Close
z Fault Trip
Controls
z Opening/Closing
Settings
Circuit
Breaker and
Trip Unit
A
P
H
z Reading of Settings on Rotary Switches
X
X
X
z Fine Settings in the Range Imposed by the Rotary Switches
X
X
z Setting of Protection and Alarms
X
X
z Customized Alarm Programming
X
Operating and Maintenance Aids
Reading of Protection and Alarms
Standard
X
X
Set
X
X
X
X
X
X
Customized
Current
Reading of Measurements
X
X
Voltages, frequency, power, etc.
Power quality: Fundamentals and harmonics
X
Waveform Capture
Histories
Indicators
1
X
History of trips and alarms1
X
X
X
X
Log of trips and alarms
Contact wear, counters, etc.
X
Maintenance record
X
Up to 10 trips and 10 alarms.
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Powerlogic System
System Manager, used for power systems and energy management, provides the human-machine
interface (HMI) for electrical system information on a PC:
•
•
•
•
•
Screens including real-time readings, breaker status and remote control operation.
Tables displaying real-time readings, maintenance information and date and time of last operation.
Waveform captures including harmonic content.
Tabular displays of event logs and data logs.
Alarm annunciation and recording.
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Section 3—Accessories
OPTIONS FOR REMOTE OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 38
REMOTE OPERATION ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................................... 38
Terminals ................................................................................................................................................ 39
Spring-Charging Motor (MCH) ................................................................................................................ 39
Shunt Trip (MX1) and Shunt Close (XF) ................................................................................................. 40
Additional Shunt Trip (MX2) or Undervoltage Trip (MN) .........................................................................41
Time-Delay Module for Undervoltage Trip .............................................................................................. 42
Ready-to-Close Switch (PF) ................................................................................................................... 42
Electrical Closing Push Button (BPFE) ................................................................................................... 43
Remote Reset (RES) and Automatic Reset After Fault Trip ................................................................... 43
SWITCHES AND SWITCH ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................ 43
Auxiliary Switch (OF) .............................................................................................................................. 43
Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE) ............................................................................................................... 44
Connected/Closed Switch (EF) ............................................................................................................... 44
Cradle Position Switch ............................................................................................................................ 45
MICROLOGIC TRIP UNIT ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................. 46
External Neutral Current Transformer (CT) ............................................................................................46
External Sensor for (SGR) and (MDGF) ................................................................................................. 46
Metering Current Transformers (CTs) .................................................................................................... 46
Voltage Measurement Inputs .................................................................................................................. 46
Sensor Plugs .......................................................................................................................................... 46
Adjustable Rating Plugs .......................................................................................................................... 46
External Power Supply Module ............................................................................................................... 47
External Battery Backup Module ............................................................................................................47
M2C/M6C Programmable Contact Modules ........................................................................................... 48
Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI) ........................................................................................................... 48
Restraint Interface Module (RIM) ............................................................................................................49
CRADLE CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 50
TEST EQUIPMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 57
Hand-Held Test Kit ................................................................................................................................. 57
Full-Function Test Kit .............................................................................................................................. 57
CIRCUIT BREAKER LOCKING AND INTERLOCKING ...............................................................................58
Lockable Push Button Cover ................................................................................................................... 58
Open Position Padlock and Key Lock Provisions ................................................................................... 58
Cradle Locking and Interlocking ............................................................................................................. 59
Disconnected Position Locking ............................................................................................................... 59
Door Interlock ......................................................................................................................................... 59
Racking Interlock Between Racking Handle and Off Position ................................................................ 59
Cable Door Interlock Kit .......................................................................................................................... 59
Source Changeover Interlocks ............................................................................................................... 60
Open Door Racking Interlock .................................................................................................................. 60
Automatic Spring Discharge Mechanism ................................................................................................ 60
Cradle Rejection Kits .............................................................................................................................. 60
Rail Padlocking ....................................................................................................................................... 60
MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................................61
Mechanical Operation Counter (CDM) ................................................................................................... 61
Shutter and Shutter Lock ........................................................................................................................ 61
Door Escutcheon (CDP) .........................................................................................................................61
Transparent Cover (CCP) for Door Escutcheon ..................................................................................... 61
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Options for Remote Operation
Two options are available for remote operation of Masterpact™ circuit breakers: direct connection or a
communication network.
NOTE: When remote operation features are used, a minimum of four seconds is required for the spring
charging motor (MCH) to completely charge the circuit breaker closing springs prior to actuating the
shunt close (XF) device.
The wiring diagrams for these two options are shown below.
Figure 8:
Wiring Diagram for Remote ON/OFF Function by Direct Connection
Remote Operation Accessories
The remote ON/OFF function is used to remotely open and close the circuit breaker. It is made up of
the following components:
•
A spring-charging motor (MCH) equipped with a spring-charged limit switch; see page 39 for more
information.
•
•
A shunt close (XF); see page 40 for more information.
A shunt trip (MX1); see page 40 for more information.
Optionally, the function may be completed with:
•
•
•
A ready-to-close contact (PF).
An electrical closing push button (BPFE).
A remote reset following a fault (RES).
The remote operation function may be completed with:
•
•
Figure 9:
Masterpact Circuit Breaker Equipped
for Remote ON/OFF Function
Cluster shield is not shown
Auxiliary contacts (OF).
Overcurrent trip switch (SDE).
Wiring Diagram for Remote ON/OFF Function by Communication Network
NOTE: Induced voltages in the circuit at terminal
C2 and/or A2 can cause the shunt close to not work
properly. The best way to prevent induced voltages
is keep the circuit to terminal C2 and A2 as short as
possible. If it is impossible to keep the circuit less
than 10 feet (3 m), use an interposing relay near
terminal C2 or A2.
NOTE: When communicating MX1 or XF coils are
used, terminal (C3 or A3) must be connected to line
even if the communication module is not installed.
The bypass circuit through terminal C2/A2 is only
momentary duty for 0.5 sec. For continuous duty,
use the communications command.
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Terminals
Table 31:
Terminal Characteristics
Standards
UL 486E
Termination Capacity
22–14 AWG solid or stranded wire with max. O.D. of insulation
3.5 mm
Current
Nominal
Minimum
10 A
100mA at 24 V
Terminal
22 AWG = 4.5 lbs (20 N)
20 AWG = 6.75 lbs (30 N)
Pull-Out Forces
18 AWG = 6.75 lbs (30 N)
16 AWG = 9 lbs (40 N)
14 AWG = 11.5 lbs (50 N)
Spring-Charging Motor (MCH)
Spring-Charging
Motor (NW)
The spring-charging motor automatically
charges the spring mechanism for closing
the circuit breaker and also recharges the
spring mechanism when the circuit
breaker is in the ON position.
Instantaneous reclosing of the circuit
breaker is thus possible following circuit
breaker opening. The spring-mechanism
charging handle is used only as a backup
if auxiliary power is absent.
Spring-Charging
Motor (NT)
The spring-charging motor is equipped as
standard with a limit switch contact (CH)
that signals the charged position of the
mechanism (springs charged).
Table 32:
Spring-Charging Motor Characteristics
Characteristics
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
MCH
Vac 50/60 Hz
48/60, 100/130, 200/250, 240/277, 380/415, 400/440, 480
Vdc
24/30, 48/60, 100/125, 200/250
Operating Threshold
0.85 to 1.1 Vn
Power Consumption
180 VA
Motor Overcurrent
2–3 x In for 0.1 s
Charging Time
4 s maximum on NW, 3 s maximum on NT
Duty Cycle
3 cycles per minute maximum
10,000 cycles for NW < 4000 A
Endurance
5000 cycles for NW ≥ 4000 A
CH Contact
10 A at 240 V
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Shunt Trip (MX1) and Shunt Close (XF)
Maximum Wire Length—The inrush currents for these devices are approximately 200 VA. When low
supply voltages (12, 24 or 48 V) are used, the maximum allowable wire length is dependent on the
voltage and the wire size.
Table 33:
Maximum Wire Length1
Source Voltage
Percent of
Source Voltage
Device
12 Vdc
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
100%
—
—
159 ft
(48.5 m)
100 ft
(30.5 m)
765 ft
(233.2 m)
472 ft
(143.9 m)
85%
—
—
44 ft
(13.4 m)
29 ft
(8.8 m)
205 ft
(62.5 m)
129 ft
(39.3 m)
100%
57 ft
(17.4 m)
34 ft
(10.4 m)
314 ft
(95.7 m)
200 ft
(61.0 m)
1503 ft
(457.8 m)
944 ft
(287.7 m)
85%
27 ft
(8.2 m)
17 ft
(5.2 m)
205 ft
(62.5 m)
126 ft
(38.4 m)
957 ft
(291.7 m)
601 ft
(183.2 m)
UVR (MN)
1
48 Vdc
16 AWG
(1.31 mm2)
Wire Size
Shunt Trip (MX) and
Shunt Close (XF)
24 Vdc
14 AWG
(2.08 mm2)
The length shown in the table is for each of the two supply wires.
Shunt Trip (MX1): When energized, the shunt trip instantaneously
opens the circuit breaker. The shunt trip may be energized
continuously or intermittently.
Shunt Trip (MX1) and
Shunt Close (XF)
Shunt Close (XF): Remotely closes the circuit breaker if the spring
mechanism is charged.
NOTE: Do not use a standing close order on the shunt close coil (XF).
Any opening order will open the breaker so a standing close order is
not necessary. See Anti-Pump Feature on page 5.
Communication versions of the MX1 and XF are available for direct connection via the circuit breaker
communication module (BCM).
Table 34:
Shunt Trip and Shunt Close Characteristics
Characteristics
MX1 and MX2
Vac
50/60 Hz
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
Vdc
Operating Threshold
Power Consumption (VA or W)
0.7 to 1.1 Vn
Steady-State/Inrush
XF
Min
Max
24 Vac
17 Vac
26 Vac
48 Vac
34 Vac
52 Vac
120 Vac
60 Vac
132 Vac
240 Vac
168 Vac
264 Vac
277 Vac
194 Vac
304 Vac
380 Vac
266 Vac
418 Vac
480 Vac
336 Vac
528 Vac
12 Vdc
8 Vdc
13 Vdc
24 Vdc
17 Vdc
26 Vdc
48 Vdc
34 Vdc
52 Vdc
125 Vdc
88 Vdc
137 Vdc
250 Vdc
175 Vdc
275 Vdc
0.85 to 1.1 Vn
4.5/200
70 ms ±10 (NW ≤ 4000 A)
50 ms ±10
(NW and NT)
Circuit Breaker Response Time at Vn1
80 ms ±10 (NW > 4000 A)
55 ms (NT)
1
Shunt trip (MX1) and shunt close (XF) circuits must be energized for minimum of 200 ms.
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Additional Shunt Trip (MX2) or Undervoltage Trip (MN)
This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order.
It is made up of:
•
•
Second Shunt Trip (MX2)
Shunt trip (MX2, second MX) or,
Undervoltage trip (MN)
— Instantaneous trip
— Fixed undervoltage trip (time delayed) or,
— Adjustable undervoltage trip (time delayed)
As shown in the wiring diagram for the remote tripping function below, the delay unit (installed outside
the circuit breaker) may be disabled by an emergency off button to obtain non-delayed opening of the
circuit breaker.
When energized, the shunt trip (MX1 or MX2) instantaneously opens the circuit breaker.
The undervoltage trip (MN) instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage drops to
a value between 35% and 70% of its rated voltage.
If the undervoltage trip is not energized, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or
electrically. An attempt to close the circuit breaker produces no movement of the main contacts.
Closing is allowed when the supply voltage of the undervoltage trip reaches 85% of rated voltage.
Table 35:
Undervoltage Trip Characteristics
Characteristics
MN
24 Vac
48 Vac
120 Vac
Vac
240 Vac
50/60 Hz
277 Vac
380 Vac
Voltage Ratings (Vn)
480 Vac
12 Vdc
24 Vdc
48 Vdc
Vdc
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
Power Consumption (VA or W)
Constant/Inrush
4.5/200
Opening
0.35 to 0.70 Vn
Closing
0.85 Vn
NW
90 ms ±10
NT
40 ms ±10
Operating Threshold
Circuit Breaker Response Time at Vn
Figure 10:
Wire Diagram for the Remote Tripping Function
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Time-Delay Module for Undervoltage Trip
To eliminate circuit breaker nuisance tripping during
temporary voltage dips (micro-breaks), operation of
the undervoltage trip (MN) can be delayed. This
function is achieved by adding an external delay unit
(either adjustable or non-adjustable) to the
undervoltage trip (MN) circuit.
Table 36:
Time-Delay Module for
Undervoltage Trip (MN)
Time-Delay Module Characteristics
Vac 50/60 Hz
Voltage Ratings of Undervoltage Trip
Adjustable
Voltage Ratings of Time-Delay Module
Non-Adjustable
Operating Threshold
24/30, 48/60, 100/130, 200/250, 380/480
Vdc
24/30, 48/60, 100/130, 200/250
Vac 50/60 Hz
48/60, 100/130, 200/250, 380/480
Vdc
48/60, 100/130, 200/250, 380/480
Vac 50/60 Hz
100/130, 200/250
Vdc
100/130, 200/250
Opening
0.35 to 0.7 Vn
Closing
Power Consumption
0.85 Vn
4.5 VA/W (Holding), 200 VA/W (Inrush)
Time-Delay Settings
Adjustable
0.5, 0.9, 1.5, and 3.0 s
Non-Adjustable
0.25 s
Ready-to-Close Switch (PF)
The ready-to-close position switch indicates that the following
conditions are met and the circuit breaker can be closed:
•
•
•
The circuit breaker is open.
The closing springs are charged.
There is no standing closing or opening order.
Ready-to-Close
Switch (PF)
Table 37:
Ready-to-Close Switch Characteristics
Type of Contact
1a/1b Form C
Maximum Number of Contacts
1
Breaking Capacity at a
Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.3
Standard: 100 mA/24V minimum load
Low-Level: 2 mA/15 V minimum load
240/380 Vac
5A
24/48 Vac
3A
480 Vac
5A
240 Vac
3A
600/690 Vac
3A
380 Vac
3A
24/48 Vdc
3A
24/48 Vdc
3A
240 Vdc
0.3 A
125 Vdc
0.3 A
380 Vdc
0.15 A
250 Vdc
0.15 A
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Electrical Closing Push Button (BPFE)
Located on the front panel of the circuit breaker, this push
button carries out electrical closing of the circuit breaker,
taking into account all of the safety functions that are part
of the control/monitoring system of the installation. The
push button is installed on the control circuit of the shunt
close, and connects to the communicating shunt close
module (XF-COM). Terminal A2 of XF-COM is used to
remotely close the circuit breaker.
Electrical Closing
Push Button (BPFE)
Remote Reset (RES) and Automatic Reset After Fault Trip
•
Following tripping, the remote reset (RES) resets the overcurrent trip switch (SDE) and the
mechanical indicator. (Voltage rating: 110/130 Vac and 200/240 Vac.) RES is not compatible with
an additional overcurrent trip switch (SDE2).
•
Automatic reset after fault-trip: following tripping, a reset of the mechanical indicator (reset button)
is no longer required to enable circuit breaker closing (factory adjustable only).
Switches and Switch Accessories
Auxiliary Switch (OF)
The rotary-type auxiliary
switches are directly driven by
the trip mechanism when the
minimum isolation distance
between the main circuit
breaker contact is reached.
Masterpact NT Aux Switch
(OF) with One Contact
Auxiliary Switch (OF) with Four Contacts
for Masterpact NW Circuit Breaker
Table 38:
Auxiliary Switch Characteristics
Circuit Breaker Type
NT
NW
Supplied as Standard (Form C)
4
4
Maximum Number of Contacts
4
12
240/380
6A
10 A
480
6A
10 A
600/690
6A
6A
24/48
2.5 A
10 A
240
0.5 A
10 A
380
0.3 A
3A
Standard (100 mA/24 V minimum load)
Vac
Vdc
Breaking Capacity at a
Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.3
Low-Level (1 mA/4 V minimum load with a maximum current and voltage of 100 mA/10 V.
Note: If the maximum voltage and current is exceeded, the low-level function of the switch will be lost
but the switch will continue to function as a standard switch with the following specifications.
Vac
Vdc
24/48 Vac
5A
6A
240 Vac
5A
6A
380 Vac
5A
3A
24/48 Vdc
5/2.5 A
6A
125 Vdc
0.5 A
6A
250 Vdc
0.3 A
3A
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Overcurrent Trip Switch (SDE)
Circuit breaker tripping due to a fault is signalled by a red
mechanical fault indicator (reset) and one overcurrent trip
switch (SDE).
Following tripping, the mechanical indicator must be reset
before the circuit breaker may be closed. An additional
overcurrent trip switch (SDE2) is supplied as an option and is
not compatible with the remote reset (RES).
Table 39:
Overcurrent
Trip Switch
(SDE)
Overcurrent Trip Switch Characteristics
Supplied as Standard
1a/1b Form C
Maximum Number of Contacts
2
Standard: 100 mA/24 V Minimum Load Low-Level: 2 mA/15 V Minimum Load
240/380 Vac
5A
24/48 Vac
3A
480 Vac
5A
240 Vac
3A
3A
380 Vac
3A
24/48 Vdc
3A
24/48 Vdc
3A
240 Vdc
0.3 A
125 Vdc
0.3 A
380 Vdc
0.15 A
250 Vdc
0.15 A
Breaking Capacity at a Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.3 600/690 Vac
Connected/Closed Switch (EF)
This switch combines the “device connected” and “device closed”
information to produce “circuit closed” information. The connected/closed
switch (EF) is supplied as an option and must be used with an additional
auxiliary switch (OF) and fits into its connector (it is not available for ring
terminals).
Table 40:
Connected/Closed Switch Characteristics
Circuit Breaker Type
Maximum Number of
Contacts
NW (not available for NT)
8a/8b Form C
Standard: 100 mA/24 V Minimum Low-Level: 2 mA/15 V Minimum
Load
Load
Breaking Capacity at a
Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.3
240/380 Vac
6A
24/48 Vac
5A
480 Vac
6A
240 Vac
5A
600/690 Vac
6A
380 Vac
5A
24/48 Vdc
2.5 A
24/48 Vdc
2.5 A
125 Vdc
0.8 A
125 Vdc
0.8 A
250 Vdc
0.3 A
250 Vdc
0.3 A
Connected/Closed
Switch (EF) NW only
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Cradle Position Switch
Three series of optional auxiliary switches are available for the cradle:
•
•
Cradle position switches (CE) to indicate the connected position.
•
Cradle position switches (CT) to indicate the test position. In this position, the
power circuits are disconnected and the auxiliary circuits are connected.
Cradle position switches (CD) to indicate the disconnected position. This
position is indicated when the required clearance for isolation of the power
and auxiliary circuits is reached.
Table 41:
Cradle Position
Switch (CE, CD, CT)
Cradle Position Switch Characteristics
1Possible
NT
NW
CE CD CT
CE CD CT
Ring-Terminal Combinations
Circuit Breaker Type
Maximum Push-In Switches with
Standard Actuators
3
2
1
With Additional Actuators
31
31
31
Breaking
Capacity at a
Power Factor
(p.f) of 0.3
Vdc
Vdc
Figure 11:
CT
1b
1b
1a, 1b
1b
1a, 2b
1a, 2b
1a
1b
0
0
1a, 2b
2a, 1b
6
3
0
2a, 1b
1a, 2b
1b
3
6
0
1a
1a
1a
6
0
3
3a
3a
1a
3b
3b
1b
240
8A
8A
380
8A
8A
Additional Actuators for Cradle
Position Switches on Masterpact NW
Circuit Breakers
480
8A
8A
600/690
6A
6A
24/48
2.5 A
2.5 A
125
0.8 A
0.8 A
250
0.3 A
0.3 A
Low-Level (2 mA/15 V minimum load)
Vac
CD
1a
9
Standard (100 mA/24 V minimum load)
Vac
CE
1b
24/48
5A
5A
240
5A
5A
380
5A
5A
24/48
2.5 A
2.5 A
125
0.8 A
0.8 A
250
0.3 A
0.3 A
A set of additional actuators may be
installed on the cradle to change or add
the functions of the cradle position
switches. Each standard actuator can be
replaced by any other actuator to
change the function of the cradle
position switch.
Cradle Position Switch Actuators
Actuator for up to Three
CE Switches (standard)
Actuator for up to Three
CD Switches (standard)
Actuator for up to Three
CT Switches (standard)
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External Neutral Current Transformer (CT)
The sensor is installed on the neutral conductor for
neutral protection and metering and residual current
ground-fault protection for equipment.
External Neutral Current
Transformer (CT)
NOTE: The rating of the external neutral current
transformer must be compatible with the rating of the
circuit breaker.
External Sensor for Source Ground-Return
(SGR) and Modified Differential Ground-Fault (MDGF) Protection
NOTE: MDGF and SGR are for use on circuit breakers with 400 A and higher sensors.
For SGR System: The sensor is installed around the connection of the transformer neutral point to
ground and connects to the Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P or 6.0H trip units. SGR requires a modified
differential ground-fault (MDGF) sensor and MDGF interface module to connect to the trip unit.
For MDGF System: An MDGF sensor is installed on each phase and neutral of each circuit breaker
and connects to the Micrologic trip unit through an MDGF module. See MDGF Instruction Bulletin
48049-182.
Metering Current Transformers (CTs)
Metering current transformers are optional and are
mounted on the NW UL or ANSI cradle. They permit
connection to the standard metering device. All
metering transformers are accurate with the 0.3%
accuracy class, 5 A output ratio at full load (for example,
a 1600 A metering CT would send 5 A at the full load of
1600 A). A standard wiring harness is also included for
factory-installed MCTs. Not available for neutral pole on
a 4P circuit breaker. Not available on cradles with
ArcBlok™ technology.
Toroidal Current
Transformers
(CTs) for W-Frame
Circuit Breakers
Voltage Measurement Inputs
Voltage measurement inputs are required for power
measurements. As standard, the trip unit is supplied by internal
voltage measurement inputs placed on the bottom terminals of
the circuit breaker. On request, the internal voltage
measurement inputs may be replaced by an external source.
Voltage
Measurement
Inputs
Sensor Plugs
Sensor plugs (standard) are used to set the sensor rating (In) of the
circuit breaker, are field replaceable and are offered at 50–100% of
frame rating. For a complete list of available sensor plugs see
selection information in Section 7.
Sensor Plug
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Adjustable Rating Plugs
Eight interchangeable rating plugs are available to limit the
long-time threshold setting range for greater versatility.
Table 42:
Adjustable Rating Plug Settings
Rating Plug
Switch Settings Ir = In x...
IEC Rated
1
A1
0.4
0.45
0.5
0.6
0.63
0.7
0.8
0.9
1
Type B
0.4
0.44
0.5
0.56
0.63
0.75
0.88
0.95
1
Type C
0.42
0.50
0.53
0.58
0.67
0.75
0.83
0.95
1
Type D
0.4
0.48
0.64
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.93
0.95
1
Type E
0.6
0.7
0.75
0.8
0.85
0.9
0.93
0.95
1
Type F
0.84
0.86
0.88
0.9
0.92
0.94
0.96
0.98
1
Type G
0.66
0.68
0.7
0.72
0.74
0.76
0.78
0.8
0.82
Type H
0.48
0.5
0.52
0.54
0.56
0.58
0.6
0.62
0.64
Type R1
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.95
0.98
1
Type S
0.4
0.45
0.5
0.55
0.6
0.65
0.7
0.75
0.8
Type T
0.8
0.82
0.85
0.88
0.9
0.92
0.95
0.98
1
Type P
(off plug)
No long-time protection.
Type
UL
Listed/ANSI
Certified
Adjustable
Rating Plug
Standard
External Power Supply Module
Power supply modules are available in six input voltages: 24/30 Vdc,
48/60 Vdc, 125 Vdc, 110/130 Vac, 200/240 Vac, and 380/415 Vac
(all +10%, -15%). The output voltage for each is 24 Vdc; the output power is
5 VA/5 W (ripple < 5%). The modules are not UL Listed.
When used with the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units, a power supply module
makes it possible to:
•
•
Display currents less than 20% of sensor (In).
•
•
Store the value of the interrupted current (P and H trip units only).
Maintain display of tripping causes after opening of the circuit breaker
(P and H trip units only).
External Power
Supply Module
Power the M2C module (P and H trip units only).
External Battery Backup Module
The external battery backup module provides up to 12 hours of backup
power for the power supply module.
External Battery
Backup Module
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M2C/M6C Programmable Contact Modules
These contacts are used with the Micrologic P and H control units, and indicate the type of fault and
instantaneous or delayed threshold overruns (i.e trip unit protection pick-up, current/voltage
unbalance, under/over voltage, reverse power, phase rotation, under/over frequency, and load
shedding). The M2C unit is powered from the control unit’s 24 Vdc source (100 mA consumption); the
M6C unit requires an external 24 Vdc power supply (100 mA consumption).
They are programmed via the control unit using a
keypad or via a supervisory station with the COM
communication option. They may be programmed:
•
•
•
with instantaneous return to the initial state;
without return to the initial state;
with return to the initial state following a delay.
M6C Programmable
Contact Module
Table 43:
M2C Programmable
Contact Module
Characteristics for M2C/M6C Programmable Contacts
Minimum Load
Breaking Capacity at a Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.7
100 mA/24 V
240 Vac
5A
380 Vac
3A
24 Vdc
1.8 A
48 Vdc
1.5 A
125 Vdc
0.4 A
250 Vdc
0.15 A
Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI)
Zone-selective interlocking (ZSI) is used to
reduce the stress on electrical distribution
equipment during fault conditions by reducing
the time it takes to clear the fault, while
maintaining system coordination between
overcurrent protective devices.
Example of Zone-Selective Interlocking
During a short-circuit or ground-fault condition
on a ZSI system, the device directly ahead of
the fault sends a signal upstream via control
wiring to restrain upstream circuit breakers from
tripping and then trips with no intentional time
delay to clear the fault. Upstream devices which
receive a restraint signal obey their short-time
and/or ground-fault delay settings to maintain
coordination in other areas of the system.
Upstream devices that do not receive a restraint
signal trip with no intentional time delay.
For ZSI to work, trip settings must be
coordinated so a downstream circuit breaker will
trip before an upstream circuit breaker under
overload, short-circuit or ground-fault
conditions. (Effective coordination requires a
system coordination study.)
Fault 1—The upstream circuit breaker (A) will clear the fault
with no intentional delay, regardless of its time-delay setting.
Fault 2—Circuit breaker (B) will inform upstream circuit
breaker (A) that it is clearing the fault. This will prevent circuit
breaker (A) from tripping instantaneously. Circuit breaker (A)
will trip at the end of its time delay setting if the fault is not
cleared during this time.
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Restraint Interface Module (RIM)
The restraint interface module (RIM) is used to allow zone-selective
interlocking communications between circuit breakers with old
Square D™ Micrologic, Merlin Gerin™, or Federal Pioneer™ trip units
and GC series ground-fault relays.
Downstream circuit breakers with Micrologic 2.0A, 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0H,
6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units can restrain up to 15 upstream circuit
breakers with Micrologic 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0H, 6.0A, 6.0P and 6.0H trip
units without requiring a restraint interface module. If the number of
upstream circuit breakers exceeds 15, then a RIM is required.
Micrologic
Series B Trip Unit
Square D
GC-100 Relay
Square D
GC-200 Relay
Merlin Gerin
STR58 Trip Units
Upstream Device
(receives output to RIM)
Federal Pioneer USRC
and USRCM Trip Units
RIM Requirements
Micrologic Trip Unit1
Table 44:
Restraint Interface
Module (RIM)
152
R
R
15
15
R
R
26
R
R
R
15
Square D GC-100 Relay
R
R
7
R
R
R
Square D GC-200 Relay
15
R
R
15
15
R
Merlin Gerin STR58 Trip Units
15
R
R
15
15
R
Merlin Gerin STR53 Trip Units
15
R
R
15
15
R
Federal Pioneer USRC and USRCM Trip Units
R
15
R
R
R
15
Square D Add-On Ground Fault Module for Equipment Protection
R
5
R
R
R
R
Downstream Device
(sends output to RIM)
Micrologic Trip Unit1
Square D Micrologic Series B Trip Units
R Denotes that a Restraint Interface Module (RIM) is required.
1
Includes 2.0A (as a downstream trip unit only), 5.0A, 5.0P, 5.0P, 5.0H, 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units.
2
Number denotes maximum number of upstream circuit breakers that can be restrained without requiring a RIM.
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Cradle Connections
Table 45:
Connector
Type
Masterpact NW UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Drawout Circuit Breakers (Rear Connections)
Ampere
Rating
3P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
4P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
800 to 2000 A
2500 to 3000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Vertical
(RCTV)
3200 A (L1)
4000 to 5000 A
6000 A
800 to 2000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Horizontal
2500 to 3000 A
(RCTH)
3200 A (L1)
4000 to 5000 A
Rear-Connected
Offset Vertical
3200 A
(RCOV)
2000 A (L1/L1F)
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Table 46:
Masterpact NW UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Drawout Circuit Breakers (Front Connections)
Connector
Type
Ampere
Rating
3P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
4P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
800 to 2000 A
Front-Connected
Flat (FCF)
3200 A (L1)
4000 A
800 to 3000 A
Front-Connected
“T” (FCT)
3200 A (L1)
4000 to 5000 A
Table 47:
Connector
Type
Masterpact NW UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Fixed Circuit Breakers (Rear Connections)
Ampere Rating 3P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
4P Layout (Back/Side/Top)
800 to 2000 A
2500 to 3000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Vertical
(RCTV)
06133700
4000 to 5000 A
6000 A
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Table 47:
Masterpact NW UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Fixed Circuit Breakers (Rear Connections) (continued)
800 to 2000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
2500 to 3000 A
4000 to 5000 A
Rear-Connected
Offset Vertical
(RCOV)
4000 A (B)
(W-Frame)
(Special)
Table 48:
06135504
Rear-Connected
Offset Vertical
06135503
3200 A
Masterpact NW UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Fixed Circuit Breakers (Front Connections)
Ampere Rating 3P Layout (Front/Side/Top)
Front-Connected
Flat (FCF)
800 to 2000 A
Front-Connected
“T” (FCT)
800 to 3000 A
4P Layout (Front/Side/Top)
06134409
Connector
Type
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Table 49:
Connector
Type
Masterpact NW IEC Rated 3P/4P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Ampere
Rating
3P Layout
4P Layout
Front-Connected
800 to 3200 A
Flat (FCF)
800 to 3200 A
4000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Vertical
(RCTV)
5000 A
6300 A
800 to 3200 A
Rear-Connected
4000 A
“T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
4000b,
5000 A
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Table 50:
Connector
Type
Masterpact NW IEC Rated 3P/4P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Ampere
Rating
3P Layout
4P Layout
Front-Connected
800 to 3200 A
Flat (FCF)
800 to 3200 A
4000 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Vertical
(RCTV)
4000b,
5000 A
6300 A
800 to 3200 A
Rear-Connected
“T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
4000
4000b,
5000 A
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Table 51:
Masterpact NT UL Listed/ANSI Certified 3P/4P Fixed and Drawout Circuit Breakers
Connector Type
Drawout Circuit Breakers
Fixed Circuit Breakers
Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
800 to 1200 A
Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
(RCTV)
800 to 1200 A
Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
06135502
800 to 1200 A
Rear-Connected Vertical
1600 A
N/A
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Table 52:
Masterpact NT IEC Rated 3P/4P Fixed and Drawout Circuit Breakers
Connector Type
Drawout Circuit Breakers
Fixed Circuit Breakers
Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
800 to 1600 A
Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
(RCTV)
800 to 1600 A
Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
(RCTH)
800 to 1600 A
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Test Equipment
Hand-Held Test Kit
The hand held test kit may be used to:
•
Verify trip unit operation, the mechanical operation of the
circuit breaker, and the electrical continuity of the
connection between the trip solenoid and the trip unit.
•
Supply control power to the trip unit for settings via the
keypad when the circuit breaker is open
(Micrologic type A, P or H trip units)
•
Inhibit thermal imaging for primary injection test
(Micrologic type A, P or H trip units)
•
Inhibit ground fault for primary injection test
(Micrologic type A, P or H trip units)
•
Self-restrain zone-selective interlocking (ZSI)
Hand-Held Test Kit
Full-Function Test Kit
The full-function test kit can be used to verify
LSIG functionality.
•
•
Full-Function
Optional
Test Kit
Can be used to check trip unit operation, for example:
— Display of settings
— Operating tests on the electronic component
— Automatic and manual tests on protection functions
(trip curve verification)
— Tests on the zone-selective interlocking
(ZSI) functions
— Inhibit thermal imaging for primary injection testing
— Self-restrain zone-selective interlocking (ZSI)
•
Can also be used to:
— Check mechanical operation of the circuit breaker
— Check the electrical continuity of connection between the trip solenoid and the trip unit
— Print the trip unit and circuit breaker test report when used in conjunction with a PC
FFTK report generator software (cat. no. FFTKRPT-V1-0) is required
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Circuit Breaker Locking and Interlocking
Lockable Push Button Cover
A transparent cover blocks access to the push
buttons used to open and close the device. It is
possible to independently lock the opening button
and/or the closing button. The push buttons may
be locked using:
•
•
•
One to three padlocks: 3/16” to 5/16”
diameter, not supplied
Push Button Lock
Wire seal
Two screws
Open Position Padlock and Key Lock Provisions
The circuit breaker is locked in the off position by physically
keeping the opening push button pressed down using one of the
following:
•
•
Open Position Key
Lock (NW)
One to three padlocks: 3/16” to 5/16” diameter, not supplied.
Key locks: One or two Kirk® key locks (keyed alike or
differently) are available for UL Listed/ANSI Certified circuit
breakers; for IEC Rated circuit breakers, Ronis, Castell, or
Profalux key locks are available. (Masterpact NT circuit
breakers may have only one key lock on the circuit breaker.)
Open Position Padlock
Provision (NW)
Keys may be removed only when locking is effective. The key
locks are available in any of the following configurations:
•
•
One key lock
•
Two different key locks mounted on the circuit breaker for double locking
One key lock mounted on the device plus one identical key
lock supplied separately for interlocking with another device
A locking kit for installation of one or two key locks may be ordered separately.
Table 53:
Circuit Breaker and Switch Locking Options
Type of Locking
Pushbutton Locking
Open Position Locking
Maximum Number of Locks
Using padlocks
Three padlocks
Using key locks
Two key locks (optional)
Using padlocks and key locks
Up to three padlocks and two key locks (optional)
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Cradle Locking and Interlocking
Disconnected Position Locking
The circuit breaker can be locked in the disconnected
position by key interlock (optional) or padlock (standard).
The key interlock is on the cradle and accessible with the
door locked.
•
Kirk key interlocks are available for UL/ANSI circuit
breakers; for IEC circuit breakers, Ronis, Castell, or
Profalux key locks are available. Captive key when
unlocked.
•
Locking on disconnected, test, and connected positions
is optional for IEC circuit breakers and standard for
UL/ANSI circuit breakers.
Disconnected
Position Locking
Provisions
Door Interlock (VPEC)
The door interlock prevents the compartment door from being opened
when the circuit breaker is in the connected or test position. If the circuit
breaker is put into the connected position with the door open, the door can
be closed without disconnecting the circuit breaker. For greater protection,
this interlock can be used in conjunction with the open door racking
interlock.
Door Interlock (NW)
Racking Interlock Between Racking Handle and Off Position (IBPO)
The racking interlock is standard for UL and ANSI circuit breakers, and optional for IEC circuit
breakers. It prevents insertion of the racking handle unless the OFF push button is pressed. Not
available for IEC Rated Masterpact NT circuit breakers.
Cable Door Interlock Kit
This option prevents the compartment door from being opened when the circuit breaker is in the closed
position. This kit includes:
Figure 12:
Cable Door Interlock Kit Contents
B
A
C
Kit Contents
(A) Panel Interlocking Plate
(B) Circuit Breaker Interlocking Plate
(C) Interlocking Cables
(D) Bolts with Washers
D
(E) Guide-Bolt with Washer
G
(F) Interlocking Bracket
F
(G) Calibration Tray
E
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Source Changeover Interlocks
•
Source changeover interlocks allow mechanical interlocking between two or three circuit breakers
(fixed and drawout).
NOTE: Source changeover interlocks for Masterpact NT circuit breakers are IEC only.
Figure 13:
Source Changeover Interlocks
Interlocking Two Circuit Breakers
•
•
Interlocking Two Mains Using Rods
Interlocking Two Mains Using Cables
Interlocking Three Circuit Breakers Using Cables
•
•
•
Two NW Circuit Breakers
Interlocked Using Rods
Interlocking Two Mains and One Generator
Interlocking Two Mains and One Tie
Interlocking Three Mains
Three NW Circuit Breakers
Interlocked Using Cables
Open Door Racking Interlock (VPOC)
The racking interlock prevents racking in the circuit breaker when the door is
open. (Insertion of the circuit breaker racking handle is not possible when the
compartment door is open.)
Open Door Racking
Interlock (NW)
Automatic Spring Discharge Mechanism (DAE)
The automatic spring discharge mechanism is standard for UL and ANSI
circuit breakers, and optional for IEC circuit breakers. It releases the closing
spring energy when the circuit breaker is moved from the disconnected
position to the fully withdrawn position. Not available for IEC Rated
Masterpact NT circuit breakers.
Automatic Spring
Discharge Mechanism (NW)
Cradle Rejection Kits
The cradle rejection feature (standard) ensures that only the properly designated circuit breaker or
switch is matched with the selected cradle assembly.
Figure 14:
Cradle Rejection Kits
Cradle Rejection Kit
Contents (NW)
Cradle Rejection Kit Contents (NT)
Rail Padlocking
Rail padlocking is standard for UL, ANSI, and IEC cradles. When used in combination with the
disconnected position locking device, rail padlocking prevents the movement of the circuit breaker from
the disconnected position to the fully withdrawn position when the padlock hasp is pulled out and locked.
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Miscellaneous Accessories
Mechanical Operation Counter (CDM)
The mechanical operation counter (CDM) registers the total number of
operating cycles. One CDM is installed per circuit breaker.
Mechanical
Operation
Counter (CDM)
Shutter and Shutter Lock
The shutters automatically block access to the
main disconnects when the circuit breaker is in the
disconnected, test, or fully withdrawn position.
Shutter Lock
The shutter lock is used to prevent connection of
the circuit breaker or to lock the shutters in the
closed position.
Not available on cradles with ArcBlok technology.
UL® Circuit Breaker Shutter
Door Escutcheon (CDP)
These door escutcheons provide a frame and seal for the circuit breaker.
Figure 15:
Door Escutcheons
Door Escutcheon (NW Fixed)
Door Escutcheon (NW Drawout)
Transparent Cover (CCP) for Door Escutcheon
The cover is hinged-mounted and locked with a milled head, and
is designed to be installed on the door escutcheon.
Transparent
Cover (CCP)
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Masterpact NW Remote Racking Device
The remote racking device allows the operator to perform circuit breaker racking operations from a
distance of up to 30 ft away from the circuit breaker using the controller. This distance exceeds the arc
flash boundary described in the arc flash safety guidelines outlined in NFPA-70E.
NW Cradle
Remote
Racking
Device
Controller
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WIRING DIAGRAMS FOR MASTERPACT™ NW CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................... 64
WIRING DIAGRAMS FOR MASTERPACT NT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................ 66
ADDITIONAL WIRING INFORMATION FOR MASTERPACT NW/NT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...................... 68
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Figure 16:
Wiring Diagrams for Masterpact NW Circuit Breakers
Power
Trip Unit
Remote Operation
A
E
B
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker open, connected and charged.
D
C
A—Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B—Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C—For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instrucion Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D—24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
E—When remote operation features are used, make sure there is a minimum of four seconds for the spring charging motor (MCH) to completely charge the circuit
breaker closing springs prior to actuating the shunt close (XF) device.
Table 54:
Markings for Push-In Type Terminals
Cell Switches
CD3 CD2 CD1
COM
UC1
UC2
UC3
Trip Unit
UC4 M2C/M6C SDE2/RES SDE1
Cell Switches
CE3 CE2 CE1
Remote Operation
MN/MX2 MX1
XF
PF
MCH
834
824
814
E5 E6 Z5 M1 M2 M3
F2+
V3
484/Q3
184/K2
84
334
324
314
D2/C12
C2
A2
254
B2
832
822
812
E3 E4 Z3 Z4 T3 T4
VN
V2
474/Q2
182
82
332
322
312
C13
C3
A3
252
B3
831
821
811
E1 E2 Z1 Z2 T1 T2
F1–
V1
471/Q1
181/K1
81
331
321
311
D1/C11
C1
A1
251
B1
CE6
or
CE5
CE4
364
354
344
362
352
342
361
351
341
Table 55:
Markings for Ring Terminals
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Table 56:
Cell Switches
Markings for Push-In Type Terminals
Cell Switches1
Auxiliary Contacts
OF24
OF23
OF22
OF21
OF14
OF13
OF12
OF11
OF4
OF3
OF2
OF1
CT3
CT2
CT1
244
234
224
214
144
134
124
114
44
34
24
14
934
924
914
242
232
222
212
142
132
122
112
42
32
22
12
932
922
912
241
231
221
211
141
131
121
111
41
31
21
11
931
921
911
or
1
or
or
EF23
EF22
EF21
EF14
EF13
EF12
EF11
CD6
CD5
CD4
CE9
CE8
C7
248
238
228
218
148
138
128
118
864
854
844
394
384
374
246
236
226
216
146
136
126
116
862
852
842
392
382
372
245
235
225
215
145
135
125
115
861
851
841
391
381
371
Fixed-mounted circuit breaker does not have cell switches (CE, CD, CT).
Table 57:
Markings for Ring Terminals
Alarm Switches
1
or
EF24
Cell Switches1
Auxiliary Contacts
PF
CT1
MCH
MCHa
OF14
OF13
OF12
OF11
OF4
OF3
OF2
OF1
252
914/912
B2
B3
144
134
122
112
44
34
22
12
251
911
B1
141
131
121
111
41
31
21
11
CE3
CE2
CE1
334/332 324/322 314/312
331
321
311
Fixed-mounted circuit breaker does not have cell switches (CE, CD, CT).
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Figure 17:
Markings for Push-In Type Terminals
Power
Trip Unit
Remote Operation
A
E
NOTE: All diagrams show circuit breaker open, connected and charged.
B
D
C
A—Do not remove factory-installed jumpers between Z3, Z4 and Z5 unless ZSI is connected.
B—Do not remove factory-installed jumper between T1 and T2 unless neutral CT is connected. Do not install jumper between T3 and T4.
C—For proper wiring of neutral CT, refer to Instrucion Bulletin 48041-082-01 shipped with it.
D—24 Vdc power supply for trip unit must be separate and isolated from 24 Vdc power supply for communication modules.
E—When remote operation features are used, make sure there is a minimum of four seconds for the spring charging motor (MCH) to completely charge the circuit
breaker closing springs prior to actuating the shunt close (XF) device.
Table 58:
Markings for Push-In Type Terminals
Cell Switches
Trip Unit
CD2
CD1
COM
UC1
UC2
UC3
UC4 / M2C / M6C
SDE2 / RES
SDE1
824
814
E5 E6
Z5 M1
M2 M3
F2+
V3 / 484 / Q3
184 / K2
84
822
812
E3 E4
Z3 Z4
T3 T4
VN
V2 / 474 / Q2
182
82
821
811
E1 E2
Z1 Z2
T1 T2
F1–
V1 / 471 / Q1
181 / K1
81
Remote Operation
MN / MX2
MX1
XF
PF
MCH
D2 / C12
C2
A2
254
B2
C13
C3
A3
252
B3
D1/C11
C1
A1
251
B1
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Table 59:
Cell Switches
Markings for Push-In Type Terminals
Auxiliary Switches
Cell Switches
OF4
OF3
OF2
OF1
CE3
CE2
CE1
CT1
44
34
24
14
334
324
314
914
42
32
22
12
332
322
312
912
41
31
21
11
331
321
311
911
Figure 18:
Spring-Charging Motor
CN1
- 440/480 V
9
“Spring
Charged“
Light
440/480 V
11
R
B3 B2
CH
MCH
380V
Spring-Charging Motor 440/480 Vac
(380 Vac Motor + Additional Resistor)
B1
CN2
- 440/480 V
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Alarm Contacts (OF1, OF2, OF3 and OF4 are standard equipment)
OF4
Open/Closed Circuit
Breaker or Switch
Position Contacts
OF3
OF2
OF1
Cradle Contacts
OF24: Open/Closed Circuit Breaker or Switch Position Contact
CD3
or
CD2
EF24: Combined Connected and Closed Contact
CD1
CE3
Disconnected
Position Contacts
Connected
CE2 Position
Contacts
CE1
CT2
or
or
OF22 or EF22
CE6
CE9
OF21 or EF21
CE5
OF14 or EF14
CE4
Connected
CE8 Position
Contacts
CE7
Connected
Position Contacts
OF13 or EF13
or
OF12 or EF12
CD6
Disconnected
CD5 Position
CD4 Contacts
OF11 or EF11
Trip Unit
Test Position
Contacts
CT1
OF23 or EF23
OF22 or EF22
Basic
CT3
Remote Operation
A
P
H
X
X
X
Com: E1–E6 Communication
SDE2 or RES
SDE1
Electrical Fault Alarm Contact
Remote Reset
Electrical Fault Alarm Contact (standard)
X
X
X
Z1–Z5 Logical Selectivity
X
X
X
Z1 = ZSI OUT
X
X
X
X
X
X
Z4 = ZSI IN Short-Time Delay
MX1
Shunt Trip (standard or networked)
X
X
X
Z5 = ZSI IN Ground Fault
XF
Shunt Close (standard or networked)
X
X
F2+, F1– 24 Vdc External Power Supply
PF
Ready-to-Close Contact
X
X
External Neutral VN Plug
MCH
Spring-Charging Motor
X
X
UC4
External Phase Voltage Sensing
X
X
Two Programmable Contacts (internal relay)
NOTE: When communication version of the MX1 or XF coils are used, terminals (C3,
A3) must be connected to line even if the communications module is not installed.
X
X
M2C
or
M6C
Six Programmable Contacts
(for connection to external M6C module)
The bypass circuit through terminal C2/A2 is only momentary duty for 0.5 sec. For
continuous duty, use the communications command.
X
Figure 19:
UC1:
UC3:
Z2 = ZSI OUT Source; Z3 = ZSI IN Source
Undervoltage Trip Device
MN or MX2
Additional Shunt Trip
Connection of the Communications Option
NOTE: A recommended wiring schematic for the
communicating style shunt trip or shunt close coils is
shown below.
Induced voltages in the circuit at terminal C2 and/or
A2 can cause the shunt trip or shunt close to not work
properly. The best way to prevent the induced
voltages is keep the circuit to terminal C2 and A2 as
short as possible. If it is impossible to keep the circuit
less than 10 feet (3 m), use an interposing relay near
terminal C2 or A2.
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Section 5—Masterpact NT Dimensional Drawings
MASTERPACT NT ENCLOSURE INFORMATION ..................................................................................... 70
UL LISTED AND ANSI CERTIFIED 3P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................ 70
800–1200 A Masterpact NT 3P Drawout—Master Drawing ................................................................... 71
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ................. 71
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical ..................... 72
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—FCF Front Connected Flat ................................... 72
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—Door Cutout Dimensions ...................................... 72
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—Pan Dimensions ................................................... 73
UL LISTED AND ANSI CERTIFIED 3P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................ 74
800–1200 A and 1600 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—Master Drawing ..................................... 74
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ...................... 75
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical .......................... 75
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—FCF Front Connected Flat ........................................ 76
1600 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—RCV Rear Connected Fixed Vertical ................................. 77
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—Door Cutout Dimensions .......................................... 77
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—Pan Dimensions ....................................................... 78
UL LISTED AND ANSI CERTIFIED 4P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................. 79
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—Master Drawing .................................................... 79
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ................. 79
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical ..................... 80
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—FCF Front Connected Flat ................................... 80
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—Door Cutout Dimensions ...................................... 81
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—Pan Dimensions ................................................... 81
UL LISTED AND ANSI CERTIFIED 4P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................ 82
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—Master Drawing ........................................................ 82
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ...................... 82
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical .......................... 83
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—FCF Front Connected Flat ........................................ 83
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—Door Cutout Dimensions .......................................... 84
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—Pan Dimensions ....................................................... 84
IEC RATED 3P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...................................................................................... 85
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 3P Drawout—Master Drawing ................................................................... 85
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical ............................. 85
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ......................... 86
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—FCF Front Connected Flat ........................................... 86
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—Rear Cutout Dimensions .............................................. 87
IEC RATED 3P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ............................................................................................. 88
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 3P Fixed—Master Drawing ....................................................................... 88
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical .................................. 88
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal .............................. 89
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—FCF Front Connected Flat ................................................ 89
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—Rear Cutout Dimensions .................................................. 90
IEC RATED 4P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ..................................................................................... 91
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 4P Drawout—Master Drawing ................................................................... 91
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical ............................. 91
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal ......................... 92
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—FCF Front Connected Flat ........................................... 92
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—Rear Cutout Dimensions .............................................. 93
IEC RATED 4P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ............................................................................................. 94
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 4P Fixed—Master Drawing ....................................................................... 94
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—RCTV Rear Connected “T” Vertical .................................. 94
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—RCTH Rear Connected “T” Horizontal .............................. 95
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—FCF Front Connected Flat ................................................ 95
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—Rear Cutout Dimensions .................................................. 96
NEUTRAL CURRENT TRANSFORMERS FOR MASTERPACT NT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ....................... 96
800–1200 A External Neutral Current Transformer ................................................................................ 96
800–1200 A External Neutral Current Transformer (Switchboards and Switchgear .............................. 97
800–1200 A External Neutral Current Transformer (Panelboards) ........................................................ 97
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Table 60:
Minimum Enclosure Information
Circuit Breaker Enclosure Dimensions
Number of
Circuit Breaker Rating
Poles
(H x W x D)
in.
3
4
Ventilation Area
Top
mm
in.2
mm2
Bottom
in.2
mm2
800 to 1600 A (N, H, L1)
18.25 x 13 x 9.5
463.5 x 330.2 x 241.3
9
5806
9
5806
800 to 1600 A (L)
62.25 x 23 x 14.75
1581.2 x 584.2 x 374.7
16.5
10645
16.5
10645
800 to 1600 A (N, H, L1)
18.25 x 15.8 x 9.5
463.5 x 401.3 x 241.3
9
5806
9
5806
800 to 1600 A (L)
62.25 x 25.76 x 14.75
1581.2 x 654.2 x 374.7
16.5
10645
16.5
10645
UL®/ANSI 3P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 20:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT 3P Drawout—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 21:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
Figure 22:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 23:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
Figure 24:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Drawout—Door Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 25:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI Drawout and Fixed—Pan Dimensions
DRAWOUT
FIXED
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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UL/ANSI 3P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 26:
800–1200 A and 1600 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 27:
Figure 28:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
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Figure 29:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 30:
1600 A Masterpact NT UL 3P Fixed—RCV Rear-Connected Vertical
Dimensions:
Figure 31:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 3P Fixed—Door Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 32:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI Fixed and Drawout—Pan Dimensions
DRAWOUT
FIXED
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 33:
800–1200 A and 1600 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 34:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 35:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
Figure 36:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 37:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Drawout—Door Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
Figure 38:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI Drawout—Pan Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 39:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 40:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 41:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
Figure 42:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 43:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI 4P Fixed—Door Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
Figure 44:
in.
[mm]
800–1200 A Masterpact NT UL/ANSI Fixed—Pan Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 3P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 45:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 3P Drawout—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 46:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 47:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
Figure 48:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 49:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Drawout—Rear Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 3P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 50:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 3P Fixed—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 51:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 52:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
Figure 53:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 54:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 3P Fixed—Rear Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 4P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 55:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 4P Drawout—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 56:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 57:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
Figure 58:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—FCF Front-Connected Flat
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 59:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Drawout—Rear Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 4P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 60:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT 4P Fixed—Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 61:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—RCTV Rear-Connected “T” Vertical
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 62:
Figure 63:
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—RCTH Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—FCF Front-Connected Flat
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Figure 64:
800–1200 A Masterpact NT IEC 4P Fixed—Rear Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Neutral Current Transformers
Figure 65:
800–1600 A External Neutral Current Transformer
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Figure 66:
800–1600 A External Neutral Current Transformer (Switchboards and Switchgear)
Dimensions:
Figure 67:
in.
[mm]
800–1600 A External Neutral Current Transformer (Panelboards)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Section 6—Masterpact NW Dimensional Drawings
MASTERPACT NW ENCLOSURE INFORMATION ...................................................................................100
MASTERPACT NW UL/ANSI 3P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................100
800–3000 A and 3200 A (H1, H2, H3) Master Drawing ........................................................................100
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................101
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................101
800–2000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................102
800–3000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ..............................................................................................102
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................103
2000 A L1 & 3200 A Rear Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV) .............................................................103
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .............................................................................104
3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Master Drawing ...................................................................................... 104
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .....................................................105
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ................................................105
3200 A L1 and 4000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................106
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ....................................................................106
6000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................107
MASTERPACT NW DRAWOUT CRADLE MOUNTING ............................................................................107
800–3000 A and 3200 A (H1, H2, H3) Door Cutout .............................................................................108
3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Door Cutout ............................................................................................108
DOOR ESCUTCHEON HOLE PATTERN ..................................................................................................109
MASTERPACT NW UL/ANSI 3P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................................110
800–3000 A and 3200 A Master Drawing .............................................................................................110
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................111
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................111
800–2000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................112
800–3000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ..............................................................................................112
2500–3000 A Rear Vertical "T" Horizontal (RCTV) ..............................................................................113
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................113
2000 L1 and 3200 A Rear Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV) .............................................................114
4000 A (W-Frame) Rear Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV) ................................................................114
4000–6000 A Master Drawing ..............................................................................................................115
4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .............................................................................115
4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................116
6000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................116
800–3200 A Door Cutout ......................................................................................................................117
4000–6000 A Door Cutout ....................................................................................................................117
MASTERPACT NW UL AND ANSI 4P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...............................................118
800–3000 A and 3200 A Master Drawing .............................................................................................118
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................119
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................119
800–2000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................120
800–3000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ..............................................................................................120
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .............................................................................121
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................121
2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV) .........................................................122
3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Master Drawing ......................................................................................123
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .....................................................123
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ................................................124
3200 A L1 and 4000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................124
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ....................................................................125
6000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................125
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MASTERPACT NW UL AND ANSI 4P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS .......................................................126
800–3000 A and 3200 A Master Drawing .............................................................................................126
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................126
800–2000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................127
800–2000 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................127
800–3000 A Front Connected "T" (FCT) ..............................................................................................128
2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV) .........................................................128
2500–3000 A Rear Vertical "T" Horizontal (RCTV) ..............................................................................129
2500–3000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................129
4000–6000 A Master Drawing ..............................................................................................................130
4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .............................................................................130
4000–5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) .........................................................................131
6000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................131
Pan Drawings for 3P and 4P Circuit Breakers.......................................................................................132
MASTERPACT NW NEUTRAL CURRENT TRANSFORMERS .................................................................133
Neutral Current Transformer 100–250 A, 400–2000 A .........................................................................133
Neutral Current Transformer 2000–4000 A ..........................................................................................133
Double Neutral Current Transformer 2000–6300 A ..............................................................................133
MDGF/SGR Current Transformer .........................................................................................................134
MASTERPACT NW IEC 3P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................................135
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................135
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................136
800–3200 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................136
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................137
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................137
5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................138
5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................138
6300 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................139
MASTERPACT NW IEC 3P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................................140
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................140
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................140
800–3200 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................141
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................141
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................142
5000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................142
5000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................143
6300 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................143
MASTERPACT NW IEC 4P DRAWOUT CIRCUIT BREAKERS ................................................................144
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................144
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................145
800–3200 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................145
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................146
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................146
5000 A Rear Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................147
5000 A Rear Connected “T” Horizontal (RCTH) ................................................................................... 147
6300 A Rear Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................148
MASTERPACT NW IEC 4P FIXED CIRCUIT BREAKERS ........................................................................149
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) ...............................................................................149
800–3200 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...........................................................................150
800–3200 A Front Connected Flat (FCF) .............................................................................................150
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................151
4000 A Rear Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH) ...................................................................................151
5000 A Rear Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV) .......................................................................................152
5000 A Rear Connected “T” Horizontal (RCTH) ................................................................................... 152
6300 Rear Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV) ...........................................................................................153
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Enclosure Information
Table 61:
Number
of Poles
Minimum Enclosure Information
Circuit Breaker Enclosure Dimensions Ventilation Area
Circuit Breaker Rating
(H x W x D)
in.
3P
4P
Top
mm
in.2
Bottom
mm2
in.2
Front Face
mm2
in.2
mm2
2000 A and below, UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
21.25 x 21.75 x 15.75
539.8 x 552.5 x 400
59.62
38 460
35.62
22 980
—
—
3000 A and below, UL 489
18.37 x 24.00 x 15.75
466.6 x 609.6 x 400
16.62
10 720
16.62
10 720
—
—
3200 A, and 4000 A (W-Frame)
UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
31.00 x 21.75 x 15.75
787.4 x 552.5 x 400
59.62
38 460
—
—
93.6 60 390
4000–5000 A, UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
33.00 x 32.62 x 15.75
838.2 x 828.5 x 400
198.75 128 230
—
—
130.5 84 190
4000–6000 A, UL 489
21.75 x 36.00 x 15.75
552.5 x 914.4 x 400
16.62
10 720
16.62
10 720
—
2000 A and below, UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
21.25 x 26.28 x 15.75
539.8 x 667.5 x 400
59.62
38 460
35.62
22 980
—
—
3000 A and below, UL 489
18.37 x 30.00 x 15.75
466.6 x 762.0 x 400
16.62
10 720
16.62
10 720
—
—
3200 A, and 4000 A (W-Frame)
UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
31.00 x 26.28 x 15.75
787.4 x 667.5 x 400
59.62
38 460
—
—
93.6 60 390
—
—
130.5 84 190
16.62
10 720
4000–5000 A, UL 1066 (ANSI C37.50)
33.00 x 41.68 x 15.75
838.2 x 1058.7 x 400
4000–6000 A, UL 489
21.75 x 45.00 x 15.75
552.5 x 1168.4 x 400
198.75 128 230
16.62
10 720
—
—
—
UL®/ANSI 3P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 68:
800–3000 A and 4000 A (H1, H2, H3) Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 69:
Figure 70:
800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
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Figure 71:
800–2000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
Figure 72:
in.
[mm]
800–3000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 73:
2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
Figure 74:
in.
[mm]
2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear-Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 75:
2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
Figure 76:
in.
[mm]
3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 77:
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
Figure 78:
in.
[mm]
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 79:
3200 A L1 and 4000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
Figure 80:
in.
[mm]
3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 81:
6000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
Figure 82:
in.
[mm]
Drawout Cradle Mounting
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 83:
800–3000 A and 3200 A (H1, H2, H3) Door Cutout
Dimensions:
Figure 84:
in.
[mm]
3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Door Cutout
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 85:
Door Escutcheon Hole Pattern
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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UL/ANSI 3P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 86:
800–3000 A, 3200 A and 4000 A (W-Frame) Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
110
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Figure 87:
800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
Figure 88:
in.
[mm]
800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 89:
Figure 90:
800–2000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
800–3000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
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Figure 91:
2500–3000 A Rear-Connected Vertical "T" Horizontal (RCTV)
Dimensions:
Figure 92:
in.
[mm]
2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 93:
2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear-Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV)
Dimensions:
Figure 94:
in.
[mm]
4000 A (W-Frame) Rear-Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 95:
4000–6000 A Master Drawing
Dimensions:
Figure 96:
in.
[mm]
4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 97:
Figure 98:
4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
6000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
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Figure 99:
800–3200 A and 4000 A (W-Frame) Circuit Breaker Door Cutout
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 100: 4000–6000 A Door Cutout
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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UL/ANSI 4P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 101: 800–3000 A and 3200 A Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 102: 800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 103: 800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
119
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Figure 104: 800–2000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 105: 800–3000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 106: 2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 107: 2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
121
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Figure 108: 2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear-Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 109: 3200 A L1 and 4000–6000 A Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 110: 3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
123
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Figure 111: 3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 112: 3200 A L1 and 4000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 113: 3200 A L1 and 4000–5000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 114: 6000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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UL/ANSI 4P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 115: 800–3000 A, 3200 A and 4000 A (W-Frame) Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 116: 800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 117: 800–2000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 118: 800–2000 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
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Figure 119: 800–3000 A Front-Connected "T" (FCT)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 120: 2000 A L1 and 3200 A Rear-Connected Offset Vertical (RCOV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 121: 2500–3000 A Rear Vertical "T" Horizontal (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 122: 2500–3000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 123: 4000–6000 A Master Drawing
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 124: 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 125: 4000–5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 126: 6000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
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Figure 127: Pan Drawings for 3P and 4P Circuit Breakers
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Neutral Current Transformers
Figure 128: Neutral Current Transformer 100–250 A, 400–2000 A
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 129: Neutral Current Transformer 2000–4000 A
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 130: Double Neutral Current Transformer 2000–6300 A
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 131: MDGF/SGR Current Transformer
Dimensions: in.
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IEC 3P Drawout Circuit Breakers*
Figure 132: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 133: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 134: 800–3200 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 135: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 136: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 137: 5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 138: 5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 139: 6300 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 3P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 140: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 141: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 142: 800–3200 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 143: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 144: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 145: 5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 146: 5000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 147: 6300 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 4P Drawout Circuit Breakers
Figure 148: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 149: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 150: 800–3200 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 151: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 152: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 153: 5000 A Rear-Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 154: 5000 A Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 155: 6300 A Rear-Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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IEC 4P Fixed Circuit Breakers
Figure 156: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 157: 800–3200 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 158: 800–3200 A Front-Connected Flat (FCF)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 159: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 160: 4000 A Rear-Connected "T" Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 161: 5000 A Rear-Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
Figure 162: 5000 A Rear-Connected “T” Horizontal (RCTH)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Figure 163: 6300 Rear-Connected “T” Vertical (RCTV)
Dimensions:
in.
[mm]
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Section 7—Selection
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................155
Overview of Selection Procedure .........................................................................................................155
FACTORY-ASSEMBLED CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND SWITCHES ...........................................................157
T-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection ........................................................................................................157
T-Frame Switch Selection......................................................................................................................158
W-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection .......................................................................................................159
W-Frame Switch Selection ....................................................................................................................162
Y-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection .......................................................................................................164
Y-Frame Switch Selection ....................................................................................................................165
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Introduction
Masterpact™ circuit breakers are available in three frame sizes:
•
T-frame circuit breakers: rated up to 800 A (ANSI Certified), up to 1600 A (UL® Listed), and up to
1600 A (IEC Rated).
•
W-frame circuit breakers: rated up to 4000 A (ANSI Certified), up to 3000 A (UL Listed), and up to
4000 A (IEC Rated).
•
Y-frame circuit breakers: rated up to 5000 A (ANSI Certified), up to 6000 A (UL Listed), and up to
6300 A (IEC Rated).
Within each range, several sensor plugs are available to determine the maximum trip rating of each
circuit breaker. In addition to a sensor plug, an adjustable rating plug is available to get lower ampacity
than that available with the sensor plug.
Masterpact circuit breakers can be equipped with a variety of Micrologic™ electronic trip unit
configurations, ranging from basic circuit protection to more advanced relay protection and power
metering capabilities. Additionally all electronic trip units within the new Micrologic family are field
interchangeable and upgradeable. Each control unit is also equipped with an interchangeable and
upgradeable adjustable rating plug which is used to select the long-time pickup setting of the circuit
breaker.
NOTE: Masterpact circuit breakers are ordered by sensor plug rating, not ampere trip rating. The trip
rating of the circuit breaker is determined by the setting of the adjustable rating plug. Sensor plugs and
rating plugs are field replaceable.
Overview of Selection Procedure
1. Select the completely assembled circuit breaker (circuit breaker frame plus trip unit):
— The frame ampere rating required
— The interrupting rating required
— The sensor plug rating required
— The connections
2. Select the trip unit, rating plug, and trip unit options.
3. Select circuit breaker frame options, if required.
4. Select cradle options, if required.
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Table 62:
Circuit Breaker Selection Options
Model Number
NT
Frame type
NW
T
Maximum frame rating
NW
W
Y (wide-construction)
ANSI
UL
UL
IEC
ANSI
ANSI
UL
IEC
ANSI
UL
IEC
800 A
1200 A
1600 A
1600 A
3200 A
4000 A
3000 A
4000 A
6000 A
6000 A
6300 A
254 V
240 V
240 V
240 V
254 V
254 V
240 V
240 V
254 V
240 V
240 V
42 kA
200 kA
200 kA
150 kA
200 kA
100 kA
200 kA
150 kA
200 kA
200 kA
150 kA
508 V
480 V
480 V
440 V
508 V
508 V
480 V
440 V
508 V
480 V
440 V
42 kA
100 kA
100 kA
130 kA
200 kA
100 kA
150 kA
150 kA
200 kA
150 kA
150 kA
635 V
600 V
600 V
690 V
635 V
635 V
600 V
690 V
635 V
600 V
690 V
N/A
50 kA
50 kA
42 kA
130 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
130 kA
100 kA
100 kA
Maximum Interrupting Rating (kA, 50/60 Hz)
AC rating
Construction
Drawout
X
X
—
X
X
—
X
X
X
X
X
Fixed (UL Listed and IEC Rated only)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Termination
Rotatable rear terminals
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Front-connected terminals
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Accessories Available for the Circuit Breaker and Cradle
• Shunt close
• Ready-to-close contact
• Shunt trip
• Overcurrent trip switch (standard)
• Door interlock
• Operations counter
• Undervoltage trip
• Rack in interlock
• Safety Shutter
• Fixed time delay
• Key locks for circuit breaker and cradle
• Cradle rejection kit (standard)
• Adjustable time delay
• Padlock attachment (circuit breaker plus cradle)
• Rail Padlocking
• Spring-charging motor
• Mechanical interlocks
• Auxiliary contacts (standard)
• Cradle position switches
Electronic Trip Unit Features
• True RMS sensing
• Trip indication LED
• Neutral protection
• LSI
• Zone-selective interlocking (ZSI)
• Contact wear indication
• Ground-fault alarm (no trip)
• Communications
• Incremental fine-tuning of settings
• Ground-fault trip
• LCD dot matrix display
• Selectable long-time delay bands
• Ground-fault trip and programmable alarm
• Advanced user interface
• Power measurement
• Adjustable rating plugs
• Protective relay functions
• Expanded memory
• Long-time pickup LED
• Thermal imaging
• Enhanced power quality measurement
Table 63:
Micrologic Trip Unit Selection
Design Platform Designation
Feature Type
Basic Trip Unit
Basic
Trip Unit with Ammeter
A
Trip Unit with Power Metering
P
Trip Unit with Harmonic Metering
H
Protection
Model Number
LS0 (IEC Rated)
2.0
LI (UL Listed/ANSI Certified)
3.0
LSI
5.0
LS0 (IEC Rated)
2.0A
LI (UL Listed/ANSI Certified)
3.0A
LSI
5.0A
LSIG
6.0A
LSI
5.0P
LSIG
6.0P
LSI
5.0H
LSIG
6.0H
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T-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection
Table 64:
Frame Rating
800 A
Table 65:
Frame Rating
800 A
1200 A
1600 A2
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed T-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
NT08N1
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
254 V
508 V
635 V
42 kA
42 kA
—
UL 489 Listed T-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
240 V
480 V
600 V
NT08N
50 kA
50 kA
35 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NT08H
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NT08L11
100 kA
65 kA
—
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NT08L1
200 kA
100 kA
—
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NT08LF1
200 kA
100 kA
—
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NT12N
50 kA
50 kA
35 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NT12H
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NT12L11
100 kA
65 kA
—
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NT12L1
200 kA
100 kA
—
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NT12LF1
200 kA
5100 kA
—
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NT16N
50 kA
50 kA
35 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NT16H
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NT16L11
100 kA
65 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NT16L1
200 kA
100 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NT16LF1
200 kA
5100 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
1
Not available in 4P circuit breakers.
2
Fixed-mount only. 1600A UL 489 drawout circuit breakers are not available.
Table 66:
Frame Rating
800 A
1000 A
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
IEC 60947-2 Rated T-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating (kA)
Sensor Plug Rating (A)
240 V
440 V
690 V
1000 V
NT08H1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
NT08L1
150 kA
130 kA
25 kA
—
250 A, 400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NT10H1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
250 A, 400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NT10L1
150 kA
130 kA
25 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
1250 A
NT12H1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
630 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A
1600 A
NT16H1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NOTE: L1F and LF circuit breakers are tested to show the arc flash hazard risk category as referenced
by NFPA 70E.
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T-Frame Switch Selection
Table 67:
Frame Rating
800 A
1
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Non-Automatic T-Frame Switch
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
Short-Time (0.5 s) Rating
254 V
508 V
635 V
NT08NA
42 kA
42 kA
NA
42 kA
NT08HA
42 kA
42 kA
22 kA
42 kA
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Table 68:
Frame Rating
800 A
1200 A
1600 A3
UL 489 Listed, Automatic T-Frame Switches
Model
Number
Withstand Rating 1
Instantaneous Override
240 V
480 V
600 V
NT08HF
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
40 kA
NT08HB2
200 kA
100 kA
N/A
10 kA
NT12HF
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
40 kA
NT12HB2
200 kA
100 kA
N/A
10 kA
NT16HF
65 kA
50 kA
50 kA
40 kA
NT16HB2
200 kA
100 kA
N/A
10 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected
by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
2
Not available in 4P circuit breakers.
3
Fixed-mount only. 1600A UL489 drawout switches are not available.
Table 69:
Frame Rating
IEC 60947-3 Rated, Non-Automatic T-Frame Switches
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
Short-Time (0.5 s) Rating
240 V
440 V
690 V
1000 V
800 A
NT08HA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
1000 A
NT10HA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
1250 A
NT12HA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
1600 A
NT16HA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
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W-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection
Table 70:
ANSI C37/UL 1066 Listed W-Frame Circuit Breakers
Frame Rating
800 A
1600 A
2000 A
3200 A
4000 A (W-Frame)
1
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
254 V
508 V
635 V
NW08N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08L11
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08L1F1
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW16N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16L11
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16L1F1
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW20H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20L11
100 kA
200 kA
130 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20L1F1
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW32H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A
NW32H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A
NW32H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A
NW40BH1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 3600 A, 4000 A
NW40BH2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 3600 A, 4000 A
NW40BH3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 3600 A, 4000 A
Not available for fixed-mounted or 4P circuit breakers.
NOTE: L1F circuit breakers are tested to show the arc flash hazard risk category as referenced by
NFPA 70E.
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Table 71:
Frame Rating
800 A
1200 A
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
1
UL 489 Listed W-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
240 V
480 V
600 V
NW08N
65 kA
65 kA
50 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW08LF1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
100 A, 250 A, 400 A, 600 A, 800 A
NW12N
65 kA
65 kA
50 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NW12H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NW12L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NW12LF1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
600 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A
NW16N
65 kA
65 kA
50 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW16LF1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A
NW20N
65 kA
65 kA
50 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20LF1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
1000 A, 1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW25H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW25L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
1200 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW30H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A
NW30L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A
Not available for fixed-mounted or 4P drawout circuit breakers.
NOTE: LF circuit breakers are tested to show the arc flash hazard risk category as referenced by
NFPA 70E.
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Table 72:
Frame Rating
800 A
1000 A
1250 A
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3200 A
4000 A
1
IEC 60947-2 Rated W-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
240 V
440 V
690 V
1150 V
NW08N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
NW08H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NW08H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NW08L11
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NW08H101
—
—
—
50 kA
400 A, 630 A, 800 A
NW10N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
NW10H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
NW10H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
NW10L11
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
NW10H101
—
—
—
50 kA
400 A, 630 A, 800 A, 1000 A
NW12N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
630 A, 800 A, 1000, A1250 A
NW12H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
630 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A
NW12H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
630 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A
NW12L11
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
630 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A
NW12H101
—
—
—
50 kA
630 A, 800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A
NW16N1
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NW16H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NW16H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NW16L11
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NW16H101
—
—
—
50 kA
800 A, 1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A
NW20H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H3 1
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20L11
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW20H101
—
—
—
50 kA
1000 A, 1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A
NW25H1
65 kA
65 kA
65
—
1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW25H2
100 kA
100 kA
85
—
1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW25H31
150 kA
150 kA
100
—
1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW25H101
—
—
—
50 kA
1250 A, 1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A
NW32H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A
NW32H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A
NW32H31
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A
NW32H101
—
—
—
50 kA
1600 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A
NW40H1
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
—
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW40H2
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
—
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW40H31
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
—
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW40H101
—
—
—
50 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
400 A, 630 A, 800 A
Not available for fixed-mounted circuit breakers.
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W-Frame Switch Selection
Table 73:
Frame Rating
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Non-Automatic Switch
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
254 V
508 V
635 V
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
800 A
NW08HA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
1600 A
NW16HA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
2000 A
NW20HA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
3200 A
NW32HA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
65 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Table 74:
Frame Rating
(W-Frame)
800 A
1600 A
2000 A
3200 A
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Drawout Automatic Switch
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
254 V
508 V
NW08HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
NW08HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
30 kA
NW16HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
NW16HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
30 kA
NW20HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
NW20HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
30 kA
NW32HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
2
Not available in 4P.
A
Table 75:
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
635 V
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Fixed Automatic Switch
Interrupting Rating 1
Frame Rating
(W-Frame)
Model
Number
254 V
508 V
635 V
800 A
NW08HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1600 A
NW16HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2000 A
NW20HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
3200 A
NW32HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Table 76:
Frame Rating
UL 489 Listed, Fixed Automatic Switch
Model
Number
Withstand Rating 1
Instantaneous Override
240 V
480 V
600 V
800 A
NW08HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
1200 A
NW12HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
1600 A
NW16HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
2000 A
NW20HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
2500 A
NW25HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
3000 A
NW30HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected by a circuit
breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
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Table 77:
Frame Rating
800 A
1200 A
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3000 A
UL 489 Listed, Drawout Automatic Switch
Model
Number
Withstand Rating 1
600 V
Instantaneous
Override
240 V
480 V
NW08HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
NW08HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
35 kA
NW12HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
NW12HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
35 kA
NW16HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
NW16HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
35 kA
NW20HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
40 kA
NW20HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
35 kA
NW25HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
NW25HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
65 kA
NW30HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
NW30HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
65 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without
damage when protected by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
2
Not available in 4P.
Table 78:
Frame Rating
IEC 60947-3 Rated, Automatic Switch
Model
Number
Withstand Rating 1
240 V
440 V
690 V
Instantaneous
Override
800 A
NW08HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1000 A
NW10HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1250 A
NW12HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1600 A
NW16HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2000 A
NW20HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2500 A
NW25HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
3200 A
NW32HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
4000 A
NW40HF
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without
damage when protected by a circuit breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
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Table 79:
IEC 60947-3 Rated, Non-Automatic Switch
Interrupting Rating 1
Model
Number
Frame Rating
800 A
1000 A
1250 A
1600 A
2000 A
2500 A
3200 A
4000 A
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
240 V
440 V
690 V
1150 V
NW08NA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
NW08HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW08HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW10NA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
NW10HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW10HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW12NA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
NW12HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW12HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW16NA
42 kA
42 kA
42 kA
—
42 kA
NW16HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW16HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW20HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW20HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW25HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW25HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW32HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW32HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
NW40HA
50 kA
50 kA
50 kA
—
50 kA
NW40HA102
—
—
—
50 kA
50 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
2
Not available for fixed-mounted circuit breakers.
Y-Frame Circuit Breaker Selection
Table 80:
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed Y-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Frame Rating
3200 A to 4000 A
5000 A
1
Sensor Plug Rating (A)
254 V
508 V
635 V
NW32L11
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
NW40H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW40H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW40L11
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW50H2
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW50H3
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW50L11
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 3200 A
Not available for fixed-mounted or 4P drawout circuit breakers.
Table 81:
Frame Rating
4000 A
5000 A
6000 A
1
Interrupting Rating (kA)
UL 489 Listed Y-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
240 V
480 V
600 V
NW40H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
NW40L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 4000 A
NW50H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
2500 A, 3000 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW50L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
2500 A, 3000 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW60H
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
3000 A, 4000 A, 5000 A, 6000 A
NW60L1
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
3000 A, 4000 A, 5000 A, 6000 A
2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 4000 A
Not available for fixed-mounted or 4P drawout circuit breakers.
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Table 82:
Frame Rating
4000 A
5000 A
6300 A
IEC 60947-2 Rated Y-Frame Circuit Breakers
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating
Sensor Plug Rating
240 V
440 V
690 V
NW40BH1
100 kA
100 kA
100 kA
NW40BH2
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
NW50H1
100 kA
100 kA
100 kA
2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW50H2
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A
NW63H1
100 kA
100 kA
100 kA
3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A, 6300 A
NW63H2
150 kA
150 kA
100 kA
3200 A, 4000 A, 5000 A, 6300 A
2000 A, 2500 A, 3200 A, 4000 A
Y-Frame Switch Selection
Table 83:
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Non-Automatic Switches
Interrupting Rating (kA)1
Frame Rating
Model
Number
254 V
508 V
635 V
4000 A
NW40HA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
5000 A
NW50HA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Table 84:
Frame Rating
(Y-Frame)
3200 A
4000 A
5000 A
1
2
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Drawout Automatic Switches
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
254 V
508 V
635 V
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
NW32HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
NW40HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
NW40HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
100 kA
NW50HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
NW50HC2
200 kA
200 kA
130 kA
100 kA
100 kA
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Not available in 4P.
A
Table 85:
Frame Rating
(Y-Frame)
ANSI C37 Certified/UL 1066 Listed, Fixed Automatic Switches
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
254 V
508 V
635 V
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
4000 A
NW40HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
5000 A
NW50HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
Table 86:
Frame Rating
UL 489 Listed, Fixed Automatic Switches
Model
Number
Withstand Rating 1
Instantaneous Override
240 V
480 V
600 V
4000 A
NW40HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
5000 A
NW50HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
6000 A
NW60HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected by a circuit
breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
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Table 87:
Frame Rating
4000 A
5000 A
6000 A
UL 489 Listed, Drawout Automatic Switches
Model
Number
Withstand Rating1
Instantaneous Override
240 V
480 V
600 V
NW40HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
NW40HB2
1200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
75 kA
NW50HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
NW50HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
75 kA
NW60HF
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
75 kA
NW60HB2
200 kA
150 kA
100 kA
75 kA
1
The withstand rating is the fault current (at rated voltage) that the switch will withstand without damage when protected by a circuit
breaker with an equal continuous current rating.
2
Not available in 4P.
Table 88:
Frame Rating
IEC 60947-3 Rated, Non-Automatic Switches
Model
Number
Interrupting Rating 1
240 V
440 V
690 V
Short-Time (0.5 s)
Rating
4000 A
NW40BHA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
5000 A
NW50HA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
6300 A
NW63HA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
85 kA
1
When used in conjunction with an overcurrent relay, circuit breaker, or fuse.
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Section 8—Trip Curves
MICROLOGIC 6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNITS: .......................................................................................................168
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON, In ≤ 400 A .............................................................................................168
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON, 400 A < In ≤ 1200 A .............................................................................169
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON, In > 1200 A ..........................................................................................170
MICROLOGIC 5.0/6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNITS .................................................................................................171
Long-Time Pickup and Delay, Short-Time Pickup, and I2t OFF Delay...................................................171
Short-Time Pickup and I2t ON Delay .....................................................................................................172
Instantaneous Pickup, 2x to 15x and OFF.............................................................................................173
MICROLOGIC 3.0A TRIP UNITS ...............................................................................................................174
Long-Time Pickup and Delay.................................................................................................................174
Instantaneous Pickup, 1.5X to 12X........................................................................................................175
MICROLOGIC 2.0A TRIP UNIT ..................................................................................................................176
MICROLOGIC 2.0/3.0/5.0/6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNIT INSTANTANEOUS OVERRIDE VALUES ......................177
MASTERPACT NW/NT LOW ARC FLASH CIRCUIT BREAKERS.............................................................178
Masterpact NW Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker: L1F and LF .................................................................178
Masterpact NT Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker: L1F and LF ..................................................................178
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Micrologic™ 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
Figure 164: Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units: In ≤ 400 A
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.07
.08
.09
.1
.06
.05
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-1
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON
In ≤ 400 A
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
30
0.3
0.5
0.7 0.9
20
20
15
15
0.4
10
9
8
TIME IN SECONDS
Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
with Adjustable Ground-Fault Pickup and Delay
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
0.6 0.8 1.0
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
0.4
1
.9
.8
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
.6
ON
.7
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
ON
0.1
0.3 OFF
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.3
ON
.3
0.4 OFF
ON
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.4
.5
0.2
.5
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.07
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.005
.07
.006
.005
.06
.007
.006
.05
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0001
Drawing No. B48095-613-01
168
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Figure 165: Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units: 400 A < In ≤ 1200 A
Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
with Adjustable Ground-Fault Pickup and Delay
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
60
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON
400 A < In ≤ 1200 A
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
100
90
80
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
70
70
60
50
50
40
40
0.2
30
0.3
0.5
0.7 0.9
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
0.4
6
0.6
7
0.8 1.0
6
5
5
ON
0.4
4
4
3
3
0.2
2
2
ON
TIME IN SECONDS
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-2
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.07
.06
.05
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
1.5
1.5
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
.5
.5
ON
0.3
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.4
.3
0.4 OFF
.3
0.3 OFF
N
O
0.1
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.07
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
MULTIPLES OF SENSOR RATING (In)
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.005
.07
.006
.005
.06
.007
.006
.05
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0002
Drawing No. B48095-613-02
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Trip Curves
Figure 166: Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units: In > 1200 A
Micrologic 6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
with Adjustable Ground-Fault Pickup and Delay
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
Ground Fault I2t OFF and ON
In > 1200 A
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
200
200
800 A
100
90
80
150
100
90
80
70
960 A
70
GROUND-FAULT
PICKUP
x In
1120 A
150
60
60
50
640 A
50
40
40
30
20
20
880 A
30
15
15
10
9
8
7
7
1040 A
10
9
8
6
5
720 A
4
6
5
4
3
3
2
2
1200 A
TIME IN SECONDS
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-3
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.07
.06
.05
AMPERES x 103
500 A
1.5
ON
0.4
1
.9
.8
1.5
DELAY
SECONDS AT 1 x In
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.2
.7
.7
.6
ON
.6
1
.9
.8
.3
0.4 OFF
0.1
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t ON
.4
.5
ON
0.3
.5
ON
0.3 OFF
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY
.2
.15
.4
.3
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
GROUND-FAULT
DELAY BANDS
I2t OFF
(FIXED DELAY)
.04
.03
.04
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
.007
.007
.006
.006
.005
AMPERES x 103
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.15
.08
.09
.1
.07
.06
.05
.005
Curve No. 0613TC0003
Drawing No. B48095-613-03
170
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Trip Curves
Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Unit
Figure 167: Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units: Long-Time Pickup and Delay, Short-Time Pickup, and I2t OFF Delay
Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
24
16
500
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
20
70
70
12
60
60
8
50
50
4
40
40
2
30
30
1
.5
20
20
24
15
15
16
10
9
8
TIME IN SECONDS
10
9
8
LONG-TIME
DELAY BANDS
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
7
6
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
8
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
.7
1.5
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
500
400
2 2.5
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
DELAY I2t OFF
(FIXED-TIME DELAY)
SECONDS AT 10 x Ir
10
6
.6
4
.6
.5
3
.4
5
0.4 OFF
.4
.3
.3
0.3 OFF
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
SHORT-TIME
DELAY
.2
0.2 OFF
0.1 OFF
.1
.09
.08
NOTE:
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act to
shorten the long-time delay. The thermal-imaging
effect comes into play if a current above the longtime delay pickup value exists for a time and then is
cleared by the tripping of a downstream device or
the circuit breaker itself. A subsequent overload will
cause the circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than
normal. The amount of time delay reduction is
inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since
the previous overload. Approximately twenty
minutes is required between overloads to completely
reset thermal-imaging.
2. The end of the curve is determined by the
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
3. With zone-selective interlocking ON, short-time
delay utilized, and no restraining signal, the
maximum unrestrained short-time delay time band
applies regardless of the setting.
.7
.5
.2
Long-Time Pickup and Delay
Short-Time Pickup and I2t OFF Delay
4000
4000
.15
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-4
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
4. Total clearing times shown include the response
times of the trip unit, the circuit breaker opening, and
the extinction of the current.
5. For a withstand circuit breaker, instantaneous can
be turned OFF. See trip curve 613-7 for
instantaneous trip curve. See trip curve 613-10 for
instantaneous override values.
6. Overload indicator illuminates at 100%.
.03
.03
0
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0004
Drawing No. B48095-613-04
171
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Trip Curves
Figure 168: Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units: Short-Time Pickup and I2t ON Delay
Micrologic 5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Units
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
Short-Time Pickup and I2t ON Delay
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
150
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
100
90
80
1.5
70
2
2.5
6
100
90
80
8 10
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
3
4
5
30
30
20
20
15
15
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
ON
0.4
TIME IN SECONDS
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-5
5
4
4
3
ON
0.2
3
5
2
2
0.1
1.5
1.5
ON
0.3
ON
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
0.4 ON
.4
SHORT-TIME
DELAY I2t ON
SECONDS AT 10 x Ir
.3
.15
.3
.2
0.2 ON
0.1 ON
.1
.09
.08
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act to
shorten the long-time delay. The thermal-imaging
effect comes into play if a current above the long-time
delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared
by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit
breaker itself. A subsequent overload will cause the
circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than normal. The
amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the
amount of time that has elapsed since the previous
overload. Approximately twenty minutes is required
between overloads to completely reset thermalimaging.
2. The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting
rating of the circuit breaker.
3. With zone-selective interlocking ON, short-time delay
utilized, and no restraining signal, the maximum
unrestrained short-time delay time band applies
regardless of the setting.
.4
0.3 ON
MAXIMUM
UNRESTRAINED
SHORT-TIME
DELAY
.2
NOTE:
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
4. Total clearing times shown include the response times
of the trip unit, the circuit breaker opening, and the
extinction of current.
5. For withstand circuit breaker, instantaneous can be
turned OFF. See trip curve 613-7 for instantaneous trip
curve. See trip curve 613-10 for instantaneous
override values.
6. See trip curve 613-4 for long-time pickup and delay trip
curve.
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0005
Drawing No. B48095-613-05
172
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Figure 169: Micrologic 5.0/6.0 Trip Units: Instantaneous Pickup, 2x to 15x and OFF
08/7,3/(62)6(16255$7,1*,Q
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30° to +60°C ambient
temperature.
Notes:
,167$17$1(286
3,&.83
[,Q
7,0(,16(&21'6
MICROLOGIC® 5.0/6.0 A/P/H TRIP UNIT
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-7
Instantaneous Pickup
2x–15x and OFF
10 x
2x
3x 4x
6x 8x
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
2. Total clearing times shown include the
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
breaker opening, and the extinction of the
current.
3. The instantaneous region of the trip curve
shows maximum total clearing times. Actual
clearing times in this region can vary
depending on the circuit breaker mechanism
design and other factors. The actual clearing
time can be considerably faster than indicated.
Contact your local Sales Office for additional
information.
4. For a withstand circuit breaker, instantaneous
can be turned OFF. See 613-7 for
instantaneous trip curve. See 613-10 for
instantaneous override values.
5. See 613-4 and 613-5 for long-time pickup,
long-time delay, short-time pickup, and shorttime delay trip curves.
12 x 15 x
&<&/(
&<&/(
08/7,3/(62)6(16255$7,1*,Q
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Micrologic 3.0 Trip Units
Figure 170: Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit: Long-Time Pickup and Delay
Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.7
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
4000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
24
300
16
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
LONG-TIME DELAY
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
40
30
40
30
20
12
20
20
8
4
15
15
2
TIME IN SECONDS
24
1
10
9
8
Long-Time Pickup and Delay
4000
3000
300
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-6
10
9
8
16
.5
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
1
.9
.8
1
.9
.8
.7
.7
.6
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
NOTE:
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act to
shorten the long-time delay. The thermal-imaging
effect comes into play if a current above the long-time
delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared
by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit
breaker itself. A subsequent overload will cause the
circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than normal. The
amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the
amount of time that has elapsed since the previous
overload. Approximately twenty minutes is required
between overloads to completely reset thermalimaging.
2. The end of the curve is determined by the
instantaneous setting of the circuit breaker.
3. Total clearing times shown include the response times
of the trip unit, the circuit breaker opening, and the
extinction of current.
4. See trip curve 613-8 for instantaneous pickup trip
curve.
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0006
Drawing No. B48095-613-06
174
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Trip Curves
Figure 171: Micrologic 3.0A Trip Unit: Instantaneous Pickup, 1.5X to 12X
08/7,3/(62)6(16255$7,1*,Q
,167$17$1(286
3,&.83
[,Q
7,0(,16(&21'6
5x
10 x
MICROLOGIC® 3.0 A TRIP UNIT
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-8
Instantaneous Pickup
1.5x-12x
The time-current curve information is to be used
for application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30° to +60°C ambient
temperature.
Instantaneous override values are given on
613-10.
Notes:
1. The end of the curve is determined by the
interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.
2. Total clearing times shown include the
response times of the trip unit, the circuit
breaker opening, and the extinction of the
current.
3. The instantaneous region of the trip curve
shows maximum total clearing times. Actual
clearing times in this region can vary
depending on the circuit breaker mechanism
design and other factors. The actual clearing
time can be considerably faster than indicated.
Contact your local Sales Office for additional
information.
4. See 613-6 for long-time pickup and delay trip
curves.
1.5 x 2 x
3x 4x
6x 8x
12 x
&<&/(
&<&/(
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Trip Curves
Figure 172: Micrologic 2.0A Trip Unit
Micrologic 2.0A Trip Unit
Characteristic Trip Curve No. 613-9
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.7
.8
.9
1
.6
.5
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir (Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
10000
9000
8000
10000
9000
8000
7000
7000
6000
6000
5000
5000
4000
4000
LONG-TIME PICKUP
x In = Ir
3000
3000
2000
2000
1500
1500
1000
900
800
1000
900
800
700
700
The time-current curve information is to be used for
application and coordination purposes only.
Curves apply from -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
ambient temperature.
600
600
24
16
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
150
150
100
90
80
100
90
80
20
70
70
12
60
60
8
50
50
4
40
40
2
30
30
1
.5
20
20
24
15
15
16
10
9
8
10
9
8
LONG-TIME
DELAY BANDS
SECONDS AT 6 x Ir
7
TIME IN SECONDS
Long-Time Pickup and Delay
Short-Time Pickup with No Delay
6
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1.5
1.5
NOTE:
1. There is a thermal-imaging effect that can act to
shorten the long-time delay. The thermal-imaging
effect comes into play if a current above the long-time
delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared
by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit
breaker itself. A subsequent overload will cause the
circuit breaker to trip in a shorter time than normal. The
amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the
amount of time that has elapsed since the previous
overload. Approximately twenty minutes is required
between overloads to completely reset thermalimaging.
2. The end of the curve is determined by the short-time
setting.
3. Total clearing times shown include the response times
of the trip unit, the circuit breaker opening, and the
extinction of current.
4. Overload indicator illuminates at 100%.
8
1
.9
.8
SHORT-TIME
PICKUP
x Ir
.7
1.5
1
.9
.8
10
6
2 2.5
.7
.6
.6
4
.5
.5
3
.4
5
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.15
.15
.1
.09
.08
.1
.09
.08
.07
.07
.06
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
.03
.03
.02
.02
1 CYCLE
.015
.015
.01
.009
.008
1
.01
.009
.008
2 CYCLE
CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF Ir
(Ir = LONG-TIME SETTING x In)
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1.5
.8
.9
1
.005
.7
.006
.005
.6
.007
.006
.5
.007
Curve No. 0613TC0009
Drawing No. B48095-613-09
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Masterpact™ NT and NW Universal Power Circuit Breakers
Trip Curves
Figure 173: Micrologic 2.0/3.0/5.0/6.0 A/P/H Trip Unit Instantaneous Override Values
INSTANTANEOUS OVERRIDE VALUES NO. 613-10
MASTERPACT NW/NT
ANSI CB
Model No.
NW08N1 a
NW08N1
NW16N1
NW08H1 a
NW08H1
NW16H1
NW20H1
NW32H1
NW08H2 a
NW08H2
NW16H2
NW20H2
NW32H2
NW40H2
NW50H2
NW60H2
NW08H3 a
NW08H3
NW16H3
NW20H3
NW32H3
NW40H3
NW50H3
NW60H3
NW08L1 a
NW08L1
NW08L1F
NW16L1
NW16L1F
NW20L1
NW20L1F
NW32L1
NW40L1
NW50L1
NW60L1
NW08HA
NW16HA
NW20HA
NW32HA
NW40HA
NW50HA
NW60HA
NW08HF
NW16HF
NW20HF
NW32HF
NW40HF
NW50HF
NW60HF
NW08HC
NW16HC
NW20HC
NW32HC
NW40HC
NW50HC
NW60HC
NT08N1 a
NT08N1
NT08H1 a
NT08H1
NT08L1F
NT08NA
Inst. Override
(kA Peak)
+/- 10%
55
None
None
55
None
None
None
None
55
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
55
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
55
80
55
80
55
80
55
270
270
270
270
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
80
80
80
270
270
270
270
55
None
55
None
22
None
MASTERPACT NW/NT
UL CB
Model No.
Inst. Override
(kA Peak)
+/- 10%
NW08N a
NW08N
NW12N
NW16N
NW20N
NW08H a
NW08H
NW12H
NW16H
NW20H
NW25H
NW30H
NW40H
NW50H
NW60H
NW08L a
NW08L
NW08LF
NW12L
NW12LF
NW16L
NW16LF
NW20L
NW20LF
NW25L
NW30L
NW40L
NW50L
NW60L
NW08HF
NW12HF
NW16HF
NW20HF
NW25HF
NW30HF
NW40HF
NW50HF
NW60HF
NW08HB
NW12HB
NW16HB
NW20HB
NW25HB
NW30HB
NW40HB
NW50HB
NW60HB
NT08N a
NT08N
NT12N
NT16N
NT08H a
NT08H
NT12H
NT16H
NT08L1
NT12L1
NT16L1
NT08L
NT08LF
NT12L
NT16L
NT12LF
NT08HF
NT12HF
55
90
90
90
90
55
90
90
90
90
150
150
170
170
170
55
80
55
80
55
80
55
150
55
150
150
170
170
170
90
90
90
90
150
150
170
170
170
80
80
80
150
150
150
170
170
170
55
90
90
90
55
90
90
90
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
90
90
a Maximum sensor plug 250 A
Note:
Faults at or above instantaneous override value
will be cleared at 25 msec or less.
MASTERPACT NW/NT
IEC CB
Model No.
NW08N1
NW10N1
NW12N1
NW16N1
NW08H1
NW10H1
NW12H1
NW16H1
NW20H1
NW25H1
NW32H1
NW40H1
NW40bH1
NW50H1
NW63H1
NW08H2 a
NW08H2
NW10H2
NW16H2
NW20H2
NW25H2
NW32H2
NW40H2
NW40bH2
NW50H2
NW63H2
NW20H3
NW25H3
NW32H3
NW40H3
NW08L1 a
NW08L1
NW10L1
NW12L1
NW16L1
NW20L1
NW08H10
NW10H10
NW12H10
NW16H10
NW20H10
NW25H10
NW32H10
NW40H10
NW08NA
NW10NA
NW16NA
NW08HA
NW10HA
NW12HA
NW16HA
NW20HA
NW25HA
NW32HA
NW40HA
NW40bHA
NW50HA
NW63HA
NW08HF
NW10HF
NW12HF
NW16HF
NW20HF
NW25HF
NW32HF
NW40HF
NW08HA10
NW10HA10
NW12HA10
NW16HA10
NW20HA10
NW25HA10
NW32HA10
NW40HA10
NT08H1
NT10H1
NT12H1
NT16H1
NT08L1
NT08H10
NT10H10
NT12H10
NT16H10
NT08HA
NT10HA
NT12HA
NT16HA
NT08HA10
NT10HA10
NT12HA10
NT16HA10
Inst. Override
(kA Peak)
+/- 10%
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
55
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
270
270
150
150
150
150
55
80
80
80
80
80
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
190
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
22
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
POWERPACT / COMPACT
UL/IEC CB
Model No.
Inst. Override
(kA Peak)
+/- 10%
RG600
RG800
RG1000
RG1200
RG1600
RG2000
RG2500
RJ600
RJ800
RJ1000
RJ1200
RJ1600
RJ2000
RJ2500
RK600
RK800
RK1000
RK1200
RK1600
RK2000
RK2500
RL600
RL800
RL1000
RL1200
RL1600
RL2000
RL2500
PG250
PG400
PG600
PG800
PG1000
PG1200
PJ250
PJ400
PJ600
PJ800
PJ1000
PJ1200
PK250
PK400
PK600
PK800
PK1000
PK1200
PL250
PL400
PL600
PL800
PL1000
PL1200
IEC CB
Model No.
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
110q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
55
55
55
55
55
55
15
22
22
22
22
22
55
55
55
55
55
55
15
22
22
22
22
22
Inst. Override
(kA Peak)
+/- 10%
NS800bN
NS1000bN
NS1250bN
NS1600bN
NS2000N
NS2500N
NS3200N
NS800bH
NS1000bH
NS1250bH
NS1600bH
NS2000H
NS2500H
NS3200H
NS630bN
NS800N
NS1000N
NS1250N
NS1600N
NS630bH
NS800H
NS1000H
NS1250H
NS1600H
NS630bL
NS800L
NS1000L
NS1250L
NS1600L
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
110 q
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
q Tolerance +/- 15%
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Masterpact™ NT and NW Universal Power Circuit Breakers
Trip Curves
Masterpact™ NW/NT Low Arc Flash Circuit Breakers
Figure 174: Masterpact NW Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker: L1F and LF
MASTERPACT® NW Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-15
(L1F AND LF) 800–2000 A, 60 Hz
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
AUTOMATIC RANGE:
NO USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS
USER DEFINED RANGE:
FAULT LEVEL MUST
TRIP BREAKER IN
INSTANTANEOUS MODE
(1.2X PICKUP)
.5
.4
.3
.2
TIME IN SECONDS
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.05
.04
.03
.02
.015
.01
.009
.008
.007
.006
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
500
600
700
800
900
1000
300
400
200
150
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
7
8
9
10
5
3
2
1
.005
FAULT CURRENT (KA)
2 In - NW08
Figure 175: Masterpact NT Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker: L1F and LF
Masterpact® NT Low Arc Flash Circuit Breaker
CHARACTERISTIC TRIP CURVE NO. 613-16
(LF) 800–1200 A, 60 Hz
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
AUTOMATIC RANGE:
NO USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS
USER DEFINED RANGE:
FAULT LEVEL MUST
TRIP BREAKER IN
INSTANTANEOUS MODE
(1.2X PICKUP)
.5
.4
.3
.2
TIME IN SECONDS
.15
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.05
.04
.03
.02
.015
.01
.009
.008
.007
.006
2 In - NT08
300
200
150
80
90
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
.005
FAULT CURRENT (KA)
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