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Motor Control Solutions for the North American
Motor Control Solutions
for the North American Market
Data Bulletin
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................ 4
Overview of U.S. Standards and Regulations ......................................... 4
Certification Process ................................................................................. 54
Acceptance of Electrical Equipment in the U.S. .......................................... 4
Structure of a Motor Starter in Accordance with UL508A...................... 5
Feeder Circuits and Branch Circuits ........................................................... 5
Group Motor Installations ...................................................................... 6
Required Functions of Combination Starters .............................................. 7
Combination Starter Construction Types................................................ 8
Disconnecting Means on a Feeder or Branch Circuit ................................ 11
Motor Starter Line Diagrams ...................................................................... 11
Disconnecting Means .............................................................................. 11
Industrial Machinery requirements (NFPA79 Section 5.3.3.1 and
UL508A Section 65, 66) ............................................................................ 12
SCCR requirement in UL508A................................................................. 13
Ratings: Tested Combination vs. Component............................................ 13
UL508A Support Websites......................................................................... 14
Combination Starter Components.......................................................... 15
UL98 Manual Disconnect Switches............................................................ 15
TeSys™ GS Disconnect Switches ...................................................... 15
Class 9422 Disconnect Switches ........................................................ 16
UL248 Fuses.............................................................................................. 16
TeSys DF Fuse Holder ......................................................................... 16
Type FB Fuse Holder ........................................................................... 16
UL489 Molded-Case Circuit Breakers........................................................ 17
PowerPact Circuit Breakers and Motor Circuit Protectors.................... 17
UL508 Contactors ...................................................................................... 18
TeSys K, D and F Contactors............................................................... 18
Type S Contactors................................................................................ 23
Definite Purpose Contactors ................................................................ 24
UL508 Overload Relays ............................................................................. 26
TeSys K, D and F Overload Relays ..................................................... 26
TeSys T Motor Management System ................................................... 28
UL508 Starters ........................................................................................... 29
Type S Starters .................................................................................... 29
Definite Purpose Starters ..................................................................... 29
UL508 Self-Protected Combination Motor Controller................................. 30
TeSys U................................................................................................ 30
UL508 Manual Self-Protected Combination Motor Controller .................... 30
TeSys GV ............................................................................................. 30
Combination Starter Solutions ............................................................... 31
UL508 Type A ............................................................................................ 31
UL508 Type B ............................................................................................ 31
UL508 Type C ............................................................................................ 31
UL508 Type D ............................................................................................ 32
UL508 Type E ............................................................................................ 33
UL508 Type F ............................................................................................ 33
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Group Motor Installations ......................................................................... 6
UL508 Group Motor Installations ............................................................... 35
TeSys™ GV ........................................................................................ 30
Short Circuit Protection for Drives......................................................... 37
Altivar™ 12................................................................................................. 37
Altivar 32 .................................................................................................... 38
Altivar 212 .................................................................................................. 39
Altivar 312 .................................................................................................. 41
Altivar 61 .................................................................................................... 44
Altivar 71 .................................................................................................... 47
Short Circuit Protection for Soft Starters .............................................. 50
Altistart™ 22............................................................................................... 50
Altistart 48 .................................................................................................. 53
Specific Requirements for the Canadian Market .................................. 54
Installation and Product Standards ........................................................... 54
Certification Process ........................................................................... 54
Technical Differences between Canadian and U.S. Standards ........... 54
Full-Load Current, Three-Phase Alternating-Current Motors .............. 55
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Introduction
Introduction
Overview of U.S. Standards
and Regulations
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Schneider Electric offers a wide range of solutions to meet your motor
control and protection needs. This data bulletin contains information
regarding the application of those solutions in the United States and
Canada.
Figure 1 outlines the national standards governing electrical installations in
the U.S.:
Figure 1:
Standards
Installation
standard
NEC = NFPA70
Application
standard
NFPA79
Product
standard
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
UL489
UL98
NOTE: UL508A is both
an application and a
product standard.
UL508A
UL508
UL508A UL508C
UL512
UL248
National Electrical Code® (NEC), NFPA70: Electrical Installation
NFPA79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
UL508A: Industrial Control Panel
UL489: Molded-Case Circuit Breaker, Molded-Case Switches
UL508: Industrial Control Equipment
UL508C: Power Conversion Equipment
UL98: Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
UL512: Fuse Holders
UL248: Low Voltage Fuses
Certification Process
A nationally recognized testing laboratory (NRTL) can list or certify the
equipment according to applications or product standards including the
following: UL, CSA, ETL, TUV. Other approved products are listed at the
following website: http://www.osha.gov/dts/otpca/nrtl/index.html#nrtls.
Acceptance of Electrical
Equipment in the U.S.
The process for acceptance is as follows:
1. The equipment is listed or the manufacturer is certified:
a. For mass production equipment, the industrial control panel itself is
listed by an NRTL.
b. For custom or low-volume equipment, the manufacturer or supplier
of the industrial control panel is certified.
2. A local inspector under the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) inspects
and approves the electrical equipment and the installation prior to
commissioning. The product listing or labeling may be used to assist in
the inspection.
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Structure of a Motor Starter in Accordance with UL508A
Structure of a Motor Starter
in Accordance with UL508A
Feeder Circuits and
Branch Circuits
The feeder circuit includes all power conductors and components from the
incoming feeder disconnect to the line side of the last branch short-circuit
protection device (SCPD).
The branch circuit includes all power conductors and components from the
load side of the branch circuit SCPD to the controller load-side connections.
Each branch circuit should be protected by its own disconnect and SCPD.
Figure 2:
Feeder Circuit and Branch Circuit
Table 1 contains a description of the numbered circuit components called
out in Figure 2.
Table 1:
Circuit Components
1
Load—provided in the field
14
Control transformer ground
(for 1000 VA max. control transformer)
2
Field wiring terminals
15
Control circuit devices and wiring—
Class 1 circuit—isolated secondary circuit
3
Alternate field terminals
16
Solenoid or other control device—
provided in the field
4
Field wiring
17 Supplementary protection
5
Internal wiring of the power circuit
18 Class 2 transformer
6
Overload relay and heater elements
19 Class 2 circuit
7
Contactor or controller
20
Power transformer fuse—
branch circuit protection
8
Starter
21
Power transformer—
for motor load and control protector
9
Combination motor controller
22
Control circuit—Class 1 circuit—
common control circuit
23
Equipment ground and
equipment ground terminal
10 Branch circuit protection
11 Fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker 24 Bonding conductor—bonding jumper
12 Control transformer
25 Grounding electrode conductor terminal
Control transformer fuse or supplementary
Grounding electrode conductor—
13
26
protection
provided in the field
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Structure of a Motor Starter in Accordance with UL508A
Group Motor Installations
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In a group motor installation, a single disconnecting means and SCPD can
be used for a group of motors. The specific rules are described in NEC
Sections 430-112 and 430-53.
Group motor installations are used in the following applications:
•
Fractional hp motors—NEC Section 430.53 (A):
For several motors, each rated 1 hp maximum on a branch circuit of
600 V maximum, a single SCPD not exceeding 15 A is permitted under
the following circumstances:
— No single motor is rated greater than 6 A.
— The branch short-circuit device rating marked on any controller
(UL508 circuit breaker, switch or contactor) is not exceeded.
— Appropriate motor overload protection is used.
•
Smallest rated motor protected—NEC Section 430.53 (B):
The SCPD is sized for the motor in the group with the lowest rating.
•
Other group installations—NEC Section 430.53 (C):
Two or more motors of any rating, or one or more motors and other
loads, where all the following conditions are met:
— Each motor controller and overload protection device carries a
Motor Group Installation listing.
— Each circuit breaker (if used) is listed and is of the inverse time type.
— The SCPD (fuse or circuit breaker) is sized for the largest motor plus
the sum of all other motors and loads.
— The sizing of the SCPD (fuse or circuit breaker) does not exceed the
maximum allowed for overload protection of the smallest motor.
— Appropriate overcurrent protection is provided for non-motor loads.
Tap Conductor Sizing Rules
The tap conductor sizing rules for group motor installations are governed by
NEC Section 430.53 (D). Conductors from the load side of the SCPD for the
motor group must comply with one of the following:
•
•
The ampacity is not less than that of the branch circuit conductors.
•
The ampacity is not less than 1/10 of the SCPD for the motor group, the
length is not more than 3 m (10 ft), and the manual motor controller is
marked “Suitable for Tap Conductor Protection in Group Installations.”
The ampacity is not less than 1/3 of the branch circuit conductors, and
the length is not more than 7.5 m (25 ft).
NOTE: Products certified for motor grouping must carry the markings on the
product label or instruction sheet required by NEC and UL (such as
“Suitable for Tap Conductor Protection in Group Installations”).
For more information, see data bulletin #8502DB0701 entitled “Group Motor
Installations: Understanding NEC 430.53 Requirements.”
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Required Functions of
Combination Starters
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Required Functions of Combination Starters
Combination starters are the most common type of packaged motor
controllers. They are called combination because of their construction and
combined functions. NEC Article 430 defines the required functions of
combination starters. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® (UL) specifies the
tests and verifications that the components must pass before they can be
listed as suitable for use for those functions.
See Figure 3 for the four component functions that compose a complete
motor branch circuit as defined by the NEC.
Figure 3:
Required Functions of Combination Starters
Motor Disconnect
Motor Branch Circuit
Protection
Motor Controller
Motor Overload
Protection
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Combination Starter Construction Types
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Combination Starter
Construction Types
UL 508 is the UL safety standard for industrial control equipment. Part IV
defines the component functions, construction, testing, and performance
requirements of six styles of combination starters. Each of these six styles
meets the requirements of NEC Article 430 for the motor disconnecting
means, the motor branch circuit short-circuit and ground-fault protection, the
motor controller, and the motor overload (OL) protection. Each provides
adequate protection against fire or personal injury under detected fault
conditions.
The UL 508 type designations are differentiated by the actual components
used to protect the motor branch circuit. See Table 2.
Table 2:
UL Combination Starter Type Designations
Device Used for Component Function
UL
Branch
Combination
Motor
Motor OL
Starter Type Disconnect Circuit
Controller Relay
Protection
Traditional
Combination
Starters
from the
1980s and
earlier
Recognized
1990
Recognized
2002
8
A
UL 248 Fuses
B
UL 98 Manual
UL 508 Motor
Disconnect
Short Circuit
Protector
C
UL 489 Inverse Time
Circuit Breaker
D
UL 489 Instantaneous
Trip Circuit Breaker
E
F
UL 248 Fuses
UL 508 Controller
UL 508 Overload Relay
UL 508
Magnetic or
Solid State
Controller
UL 508
Motor
Overload
Relay
UL 489 Circuit Breaker
UL 508 Controller
UL 508 Overload Relay
UL 508 Self-Protected
Combination Controller
UL 508 Manual
Self-Protected
Combination Controller
UL 98 Disconnect Switch
UL 508
Magnetic or
Solid State
Controller
UL 508 Type E
Self-Protected
Combination Starter:
TeSys U
UL 508
Manual SelfProtected
Combination
Controller
UL 508 Type E
Manual Self-Protected
Combination Starter:
TeSys GV2P & GV3P
UL 508 Type F
Combination Starter:
TeSys GV2P/GV3P + TeSys D Contactor
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Combination Starter Construction Types
UL Combination Starter Types A through D
UL 508 Types A through D combination starters are traditional style starters
that use either a listed disconnect switch and fuses or a listed circuit breaker
as the disconnect means and short circuit protection. Each type uses a
separate UL 508 listed motor controller and overload relay. These starters
are evaluated by UL under the same set of short circuit performance tests.
Each type of combination starters clears detected faults without causing a
fire or posing an electrical shock hazard to personnel. Each type is allowed
to sustain damage that is contained within enclosures and may require the
repair or replacement of devices after performing their protective function.
UL Combination Starter Type E
The concept of a self-protected combination starter was introduced from
Europe during the 1980’s. This concept unveiled an integrated device that
performed all the required functions of a combination starter.
The first self-protected combination starters were manual, but by the
mid-1980s, electromechanical self-protected combination starters were also
on the market. These starters cleared detected faults within their rating
without sustaining damage and could be put back into operation.
UL recognized this concept in 1990 and added the Type E self-protected
category for both manual and electromechanical combination starters. UL
added a separate set of short circuit and endurance performance tests to
their 508 standard just for the Type E self-protected category.
UL Combination Starter Type F
Many manufacturers and users started combining a manual UL 508 Type E
self-protected starter with a UL 508 contactor and called the combination
“self-protected.” This is not an accurate description since the combination
was not tested in accordance with the requirements of the UL 508 Type E
standard as a combination.
UL addressed this by recognizing a Type F category in 2002. This
combination starter consisted of the manual self-protected starter and
contactor combination. It is evaluated under the same short circuit tests as
Types A through D, but it is not considered self-protected.
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Combination Starter Construction Types
Self-Protected Designation and
Implications
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A combination starter must pass certain performance tests specified by
UL 508 before it can be designated as self-protected. The required test
sequence for the Type E self-protected combination starters is listed in UL
508, Table 77.4A. The test sequence includes both high fault and interrupting
ability short circuit (low fault) detection tests, followed by an endurance test.
The tests required for Types A through D and Type F combination starters
are listed in UL 508 Table 77.4. This test sequence does not include the
detection of low fault short circuit tests followed by the endurance test.
This is the difference between the testing and performance of a Type E
self-protected combination starter and the starter types.
Construction Type Selection
Panel designers may choose any of the six construction types for their motor
control panel with each construction type offering different advantages.
Construction Types A through D all utilize the same motor controllers and
overload relays. However, they feature different methods to perform
disconnect and branch circuit protection functions:
•
•
Construction Type A is the only construction type that features fuses.
•
•
Type C utilizes UL 489 inverse time circuit breakers.
Type B, which uses an UL 508 motor short circuit protector, is no longer
commercially available.
Type D utilizes UL 489 instantaneous trip circuit breakers.
The key distinction between Type A and Type C or D can be simplified to
the selection of a circuit breaker or a fuse for branch circuit protection. A
fuse is an overcurrent protection with a circuit opening fusible part that is
heated and severed by the passage of overcurrent through it. A circuit
breaker is a device designed to open and close a circuit by non-automatic
means and to open the circuit automatically on a predetermined overcurrent
without damage to itself when properly applied within its rating. The key
difference between a fuse and a circuit breaker is that a fuse must be
replaced once it experiences an overcurrent condition while a circuit breaker
is resettable. Additionally, fuses operate independently on each phase while
circuit breakers have three-phase common trip.
Construction Type E self-protected combination controllers and Type F
combination controllers both offer the following advantages for panel
designers:
•
•
Higher coordinated short-circuit withstand ratings on UL 508A panels
•
•
Reduced panel space by reducing the number of components
•
Increased productivity by reducing the number of wiring connections
Easier component selection to meet the requirements of group motor
applications
Required product markings to help designers quickly and accurately
select components
UL 508 Type E self-protected combination starters also offer the advantage
of reliability. UL 508's special endurance and short-circuit tests ensure a
coordinated combination starter that will clear a detected fault and protect
itself from damage. It is the only category of combination starter that a
designer can easily identify as self-protected due to the required “SelfProtected Combination Motor Controller” product marking.
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Disconnecting Means on a
Feeder or Branch Circuit
The disconnecting means on the feeder circuit, ahead of the last SCPD,
must be a UL98 disconnect switch or UL489 circuit breaker. UL508 switches
or motor protectors are not acceptable.
On the branch circuit, the following are permitted as the disconnecting
means when installed between the final motor branch circuit short circuit
protection and the motor:
•
Any UL508 switch that is suitable as a motor disconnect (according to
NEC Section 430.81), which is used to start and stop a motor
•
A manual motor controller that is suitable as a motor disconnect
(according to NEC Section 430.109)
Motor Starter Line Diagrams
Figure 4:
Power Supply Circuit
TeSys GS
UL 98
or
or
PowerPact
UL 489
PowerPact
UL 489
LC1D
if needed
M
TeSys U
UL 508
Type E
M
M
TeSys
GV2P + LC1D
GV3P + LC1D
UL 508 Type F
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M
TeSys
GV2ME + LC1D
UL 508
Group Installation
M
M
Other
Loads
TeSys GV2P or GV3P
UL 508 Type E
+ LC1D if needed
+ ATV drives
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Disconnecting Means
Disconnecting Means
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A disconnecting means must be provided for each incoming supply (branch)
circuit, and must open each ungrounded conductor of the supply circuit.
The disconnecting means may be one of the following:
•
•
•
UL489 inverse-time or instantaneous-trip circuit breaker
UL489 molded-case switch
UL98 switch unit, either open type or enclosed
For a motor starter, the disconnecting means could be a UL508 Type E
self-protected combination motor controller.
The sizing of the disconnecting means must meet UL508A Section 30.2.
An UL508 manual motor controller or switch (such as the TeSys™ Vario
device) is certified for use on the load side of a motor's branch circuit
protection. This is commonly called a load break switch.
Industrial Machinery
Requirements (NFPA79 Section
5.3.3.1 and UL508A Section 65, 66)
These requirements cover industrial control panels for industrial machinery
(NFPA 79-2002, Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery). The following
types of machines are identified as industrial machinery:
•
•
Metalworking machine tools, including machines that cut or form metal
•
Wood machinery, including woodworking, laminating, and sawmill
machines
•
•
Assembly machines
•
Inspection and testing machines, including coordinate measuring and
in-process gauging machines
Plastics machinery, including injection molding, extrusion, blow molding,
specialized processing, thermoset molding, and size reduction
machines
Material handling machines, including industrial robots and transfer
machines
An operating mechanism for the disconnecting means must have the
following characteristics:
•
Readily accessible when the enclosure doors are in the open or closed
position
•
Installed so that its operation is not restricted by the enclosure door
while in the open position
•
Operable independent of the door position without the use of accessory
tools or devices
•
Lockable in the Off position independent of the door position; and, when
the mechanism is locked, the disconnect cannot be closed
The UL98 TeSys GS disconnect switches meet these characteristics:
•
The TeSys GS1 disconnect switch requires the use of operating
mechanism GS1AD010 and GS1AD020.
•
The TeSys GS2 disconnect switch provides these features (coming
soon).
The UL489 PowerPact Circuit breakers meet these characteristics when
used in conjunction with a Class 9422 or 9421L operating mechanism and
9421LH79 handle.
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SCCR requirement in UL508A
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SCCR requirement in UL508A
NEC Article 409, NFPA 79, and UL508A require that the SCCR be marked
on all control panels.
The final builder or assembler of the equipment inside the panel is
responsible for providing the SCCR for the overall panel, determined by one
of the following three options:
•
Testing each panel construction and recording the construction in the
follow-up procedure. With the multitude of possible product
combinations within a panel, this option may require much testing and
maintenance. Third party testing and certification may also be required.
•
Purchasing previously tested constructions (combinations) from a major
supplier of equipment that can be tabulated in the control or machine
panel builder's procedure. Once you have all the component ratings,
either use an outside service or UL 508A, Supplement SB.
•
Using a method described in UL 508A, Supplement SB
NOTE: Using the interrupting rating of the main OCPD for the panel is not
an acceptable practice.
WARNING
INADEQUATE SHORT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTING RATING
Do not use the interrupting rating of the main OCPD as the SCCR rating
for the controller.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Ratings: Tested Combination vs.
Component
UL508A, Supplement SB describes three steps to determine the SCCR of
an industrial control panel. One of those steps is to determine the SCCR of
all the individual power panel components using one of the following
methods:
•
•
•
Use the SCCR value marked on the component.
Use assumed SCCRs in Table SB4.1 of Supplement SB.
Use the tested SCCR from component combinations per UL508.
Method 1 is often called component rating. Component rating involves
looking at each individual component in the circuit and applying the lowest
component rating to the overall system.
Method 2 uses Table SB4.1 (see Table 3) of Supplement SB, which applies
a blanket maximum SCCR for all components. The SCCR for motor
controllers is graduated based on its horsepower rating.
Table 3:
Extract of Table SB4.1
Component
Short Circuit Current Rating
Motor controllers (rated in hp)
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a. 0–50
5 kA
a. 51–200
10 kA
b. 201–400
18 kA
c. 401–600
30 kA
d. 601–900
42 kA
e. 901–1500
85 kA
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Method 3 is often called tested combination rating. Individual motor branch
circuit components are tested together in specific combinations to achieve a
system rating. This system rating is not specifically limited by each
individual component rating.
It is important to note that use of one method only is not required. It is very
common to find systems that utilize two, if not all three, methods for
determinging SCCRs.
Component SCCR ratings offer the user of power control products a great
deal of flexibility in the application of these products. A component SCCR
rating for a contactor and overload relay typically calls for a maximum circuit
breaker size which is not tied to a specific part number or combination of
multiple specific part numbers. A similar scenario exists when using fuses
for short circuit protection of a power control product. A fuse class and
maximum size are what’s called for, not a specific fuse or fuse holder; part
numbers are not necessary. The component ratings for Schneider Electric
contactors, overload relays, and motor starters are printed on the product
labels and/or the product instruction sheets.
UL508A Support Websites
Schneider Electric offers UL508A support on our website at
www.Schneider-Electric.us. A number of educational and product search
tools are available on the website, including overview information, a UL
508A SCCR determination flow chart, or information on our individual or
combination product SCCRs. The UL also publishes SCCR tested
combination ratings on its website. Schneider Electric’s updated tested
combination ratings can be found on both websites and is free to download.
Schneider Electric’s UL508A Support Website:
http://www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/product-supportresources/ul-508a-support/ul-508a-support.page
(In the “What’s New” area, select “Fully UL508A Tested and Approved
Combination Spreadsheets Now Available.”)
UL’s UL508A Combination Motor Controller Website:
http://www.ul.com/global/eng/pages/offerings/industries/powerandcontrols/
industrialcontrolequipment/
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Combination Starter Components
Combination Starter Components
UL 98 Manual Disconnect Switches
TeSys™ GS Disconnect Switches
Table 4:
Catalog
Number
TeSys GS Disconnect Switch
GS1DU3
3Ø Vac
240
Vdc
480
600
250
SCCR @
600 Vac
(kA)
Fuse
Type
UL
Type
30
7.5
15
20
5
100
CC
489
GS1DU3
30
7.5
15
20
5
100
J
98
GS2GU3N
60
15
30
50
10
200
J
98
GS2JU3N
100
30
60
75
20
200
J
98
GS2MU3N
200
60
125
150
40
200
J
98
GS2QU3N
400
125
250
350
50
200
J
98
GS2SU3
600
200
400
500
—
200
J
98
GS2TU3
800
250
500
500
—
200
L
98
Catalog
Number
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Horsepower Rating (hp)
Ampere
Rating
(A)
GS1DDU3
Table 5:
TeSys LK
Disconnect Switch
LK4GU3
TeSys GS Fusible Disconnect Switches
TeSys LK Non-Fusible Disconnect Switches
Ampere
Rating
(A)
Horsepower Rating (hp)
3Ø Vac
240
480
SCCR @
600 Vac
(kA)
Vdc
600
250
Fuse
Type
LK4DU3CN
30
10
20
30
—
100
J
LK4GU3CN
60
20
40
50
—
100
J
LK4JU3N
100
30
75
100
15
200
J
LK4MU3N
200
75
150
200
15
200
J
LK4QU3N
400
125
250
350
50
200
J
LK4SU3N
600
200
400
350
50
200
J
LK4TU3N
800
200
500
500
—
100
L
LK4UU3N
1000
200
500
500
—
100
L
LK4WU3N
1200
200
500
500
—
100
L
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Class 9422 Disconnect Switches
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Table 6:
Class 9422 Flange Mounted, Variable Depth Disconnect
Switches
Horsepower Ratings
Disconnect
Switch Size
(A)
3Ø Vac
Fuse Clip Rating (A)
Non-Interchangeable
Fuse Type for Class H, J, K
Type
or R Fuses
Vdc
208 240 480 600 250 600
Flange Mountd, Variable Depth
Disconnect Switch
9422TF1
UL 248 Fuses
250 V
Catalog
Number 1
600 V
None —
—
9422TCN30
30
7.5 7.5 15
20
5
15
H, J, 30
—
9422TCF30
K, R 60
30
9422TCF33
None —
—
9422TDN60
60
—
15
30
50
10
30
H, J, 60
30
9422TDF60
K, R —
60
9422TDF63
None —
—
9422TEN10
100
25
30
60
75
20
50
H, J,
100
100
9422TEF10
K, R
None —
—
9422TF1
200
40
60
125 150 40
50
H, J, 200
200
9422TF2
K, R —
400
9422TF3 2
None —
—
9422TG1 3, 4
400
75
125 250 350 50
50
H, J,
400
400
9422TG2 3, 4
K, R
1 Switch and operating mechanism only — does not include handle mechanism
2 Accommodates Class J fuses only
3 Commercially available enclosures may not accept 9422TG1 and 2 operating mechanisms. Contact
enclosure manufacturer for availability of enclosures of use with these switches.
4 Right hand flange mounting only and requires a special enclosure
TeSys™ DF Fuse Holder
Table 7:
TeSys DF Fuse Holders
Fuse Holder
Standards
IEC, UL
(UL Listed)
IEC, UL
(UL Recognized)
IEC, UL
(UL Recognized)
IEC, UL
(UL Recognized)
DFCC
DF10
DF14
DF22
Type FB Fuse Holder
Table 8:
Current
Withstand
600 Vac
30 A
200 kA
690 Vac
33 A
200 kA
690 Vac
50 A
200 kA
690 Vac
125 A
200 kA
Type FB 600 V Fuse Holders
Rating (A)
No. of Poles
1
30
Maximum Voltage
Fuse
Catalog Number
Class R
9080FB1611R
Class R
9080FB2611R
Class J
9080FB2611J
Class R
9080FB3611R
Class J
9080FB3611J
1
Class R
9080FB1621R
2
Class J
9080FB2621J
Class R
9080FB3621R
Class J
9080FB3621J
Class R
9080FB3631R
2
3
60
3
100
16
3
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UL 489 Molded-Case Circuit Breakers
PowerPact Circuit Breakers and Motor Circuit Protectors
Table 9:
PowerPact Catalog Numbering System
Frame
Rating
Termination
Poles
Voltage
Amperage
Suffix Code
Suffix Code
H
G
L
3
6
150
AB
SA
Frame Designation
Interrupting
Rating
Termination
Poles
Voltage
H 150 A Frame
See Table 10
2 240 V
A I-Line
2 2 Poles
J 250 A Frame
D Drawout
3 3 Poles
4 480 V
L 600 A Frame
F Bus Bar (No Lugs)
4 4 Poles
6 600 V
M 800 A Frame
L Lugs on Both Ends
P 1200 A Frame
M Lugs Line Side Only
R 3000 A Frame
N Plug-in
P Lugs Load Side Only
S Rear Connected Studs
Table 10:
PowerPact Interrupting Ratings System
Interrupting Rataing
Voltage
D
G
240 Vac
25 kA
65 kA
100 kA
65 kA
125 kA
200 kA
480 Vac
18 kA
35 kA
65 kA
65 kA
100 kA
200 kA
600 Vac
14 kA
13 kA
25 kA
65 kA
50 kA
100 kA
Frame
K
L
R
( X = available)
H-Frame (15-150 A)
X
X
X
X
X
J-Frame (150-250 A)
X
X
X
X
X
L-Frame (200-600 A)
X
X
X
X
X
M-Frame (300-800 A)
X
X
P-Frame (250-1200 A)
X
X
X1
X2
R-Frame (600-3000 A)
X
X
X
X
1
2
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P-Frame K-interrupting level is 50kA at 480 Vac and 600 Vac
P-Frame L-interrupting level is 25kA at 600 Vac
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Table 11:
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PowerPact H- and J-Frame Electronic Motor Circuit Protectors (MCP)
Frame
Full Load
(A)
Current
30 A
H-Frame
J-Frame
Adjustable
Instantaneous
1.5–25 A
J Interrupting
Suffix
9–325 A
M71
L Interrupting
Cat. No.
Cat. No.
HJL36030M71
HLL36030M71
50 A
14–42 A
84–546 A
M72
HJL36050M72
HLL36050M72
100 A
30–80 A
180–1040 A
M73
HJL36100M73
HLL36100M73
150 A
58–130 A
348–1690 A
M74
HJL36150M74
HLL36150M74
250 A
114–217 A
684–2500 A
M75
JJL36250M75
JLL36250M75
UL508 Contactors
TeSys™ K Contactors
Table 12:
TeSys K Contactors
Standard Motor Ratings @ 50/60 Hz (hp)
Catalog Number
1Ø
120 V
Max. Inductive Max. Resistive
AC3
AC1
Current (A)
Current (A)
3Ø
240 V
208 V
240 V
480 V
600 V
Max. Component
SCCR (kA) 1
Circuit
Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Fuses
@ 600 V 3
LC1K06
0.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
3
6
15
65
LC1K09
0.5
1.5
2
3
5
5
9
20
65
100
100
LC1K12
0.5
1.5
3
3
7.5
10
12
20
65
100
1
2
3
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic.
When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse meeting the size limites in Table 13.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 65 kA and a 25 kA
rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
Table 13:
TeSys K Contactor Maximum Component SCCR 1
Circuit Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Fuses
@ 600 V 3
Catalog Number
Max. Breaker Size
Max.
Max. Fuse Size
Max.
(A)
SCCR (kA)
(A)
SCCR (kA)
LC1K06
20
65
25
100
LC1K09
20
65
30
100
LC1K12
20
65
30
100
1
2
3
TeSys K Contactor
LC1K09
18
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only
When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 65 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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TeSys™ D Contactors
Table 14:
TeSys D Contactors
Standard Motor Ratings @ 50/60 Hz (hp)
Catalog
Number
1Ø
120 V
3Ø
240 V
208 V
240 V
480 V
600 V
Max.
Inductive
AC3
Current
(A)
Max. Component SCCR
Max.
(kA) 1
Resistive
AC1
Current Circuit Breakers @ Fuses @
480 V 2
600 V 3
(A)
LC1D09
0.5
1
2
2
5
7.5
9
20
85
100
LC1D12
1
2
3
3
7.5
10
12
25
85
100
LC1D18
1
3
5
5
10
15
18
32
85
100
LC1D25
2
3
7.5
7.5
15
20
25
40
85
100
LC1D32
2
5
10
10
20
30
32
50
85
100
LC1D40A
3
5
10
10
30
30
40
60
100
100
LC1D50A
3
7.5
15
15
40
40
50
80
100
100
LC1D65A
5
10
20
20
40
50
65
80
100
100
LC1D80
7.5
15
25
30
60
60
80
125
100
100
LC1D115
—
—
30
40
75
100
115
200
100
100
LC1D150
—
—
40
50
100
125
150
200
100
100
1
2
3
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only, meeting the size limits in Table 15.
When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse meeting the size limites in Table 15.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a
25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
Table 15:
TeSys D Contactor Maximum Component SCCR 1
Circuit Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Fuses
@ 600 V 3
Catalog Number
Max. Breaker Size Max. SCCR Max. Fuse Size Max. SCCR
(A)
(kA)
(A)
(kA)
TeSys D Contactor
LC1D12
LC1D09
35
85
25
100
LC1D12
35
85
30
100
LC1D18
60
85
40
100
LC1D25
60
85
60
100
LC1D32
60
85
80
100
LC1D40A
110
100
90
100
LC1D50A
110
100
110
100
LC1D65A
110
100
125
100
LC1D80
150
100
175
100
LC1D115
250
100
250
100
LC1D150
250
100
300
100
1
2
3
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse (Class CC applicable up to 30A only).
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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Table 16:
UL/CSA Lighting Ratings @ 575 / 600V
Device
Ballast
Tungsten
LC1D09 (AC coil only)
20 A
20 A
LC1D12 (AC coil only)
25 A
20 A
LC1D18 (AC coil only)
32 A
25 A
LC1D25 (AC coil only)
40 A
40 A
LC1D32 (AC coil only)
50 A
50 A
LC1DT20 (AC coil only)
20 A
20 A
LC1DT25 (AC coil only)
25 A
25 A
LC1DT32 (AC coil only)
32 A
32 A
LC1DT40 (AC coil only)
40 A
40 A
LC1D40A
60 A
60 A
LC1D50A
70 A
70 A
LC1D65A
80 A
70 A
LC1D80, LC1D80004
100 A
100 A1
LC1D115, LC1D1150004
115 A
115 A1
LC1D150, LC1D1500004
150 A
150 A1
1
480 V max.
Table 17:
Elevator Duty Ratings (hp)
1Ø
Catalog
Number
20
3Ø
240 V
208 V
240 V
480 V
600 V
LC1D12 (AC)
1.5
2
3
7.5
7.5
LC1D25 (AC)
3
5
7.5
15
20
LC1D32 (AC)
5
10
—
—
—
LC1D40A (AC)
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D50A (AC)
7.5
10
15
25
30
LC1D65A (AC)
10
15
20
25
30
LC1D80
15
20
25
50
50
LC1D115
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D150
15
25
30
60
75
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Table 18:
Definite Purpose Ratings, 3-Phase, Breaking All Lines
Hermetic Refrigeration Compressor
LRA
Device
FLA
LC1D09 (AC coil only)
9
54
45
36
LC1D12 (AC coil only)
12
72
60
48
LC1D18 (AC coil only)
18
108
90
72
LC1D25 (AC coil only)
25
150
125
100
LC1D32 (AC coil only)
32
192
160
128
LC1D40A
40
240
200
160
LC1D50A
50
300
250
200
LC1D65A
65
390
325
260
240V
480V
600V
LC1D80
75
450
375
300
LC1D115
115
690
575
460
LC1D150
150
900
750
600
TeSys F Contactors
Table 19:
TeSys F Contactors
Standard Motor Ratings @ 50/60 Hz (hp)
Catalog
Number
3Ø
208 V
TeSys F Contactor
LC1F400
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240 V
480 V
600 V
Max.
Inductive
AC3
Current
(A)
Max.
Resistive
AC1
Current
(A)
LC1F115
30
40
75
100
115
200
LC1F150
40
50
100
125
150
250
LC1F185
50
60
125
150
185
275
LC1F225
—
—
—
—
225
315
LC1F265
60
75
150
175
265
350
LC1F330
75
100
200
250
330
400
LC1F400
100
125
250
300
400
500
LC1F500
150
200
400
500
500
700
LC1F630
250
300
600
800
630
1000
LC1F780
—
—
—
—
780
1600
LC1F800
—
450
800
900
800
1000
LC1F1400
—
—
—
—
—
1400
LC1F1700
—
—
—
—
—
1700
LC1F2100
—
—
—
—
—
2100
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Table 20:
UL/CSA Lighting ratings @ 480 V
3-Pole or 4-Pole Contactor
Tungsten Rating
Ballast Rating
LC1F115
115 A
115 A
LC1F150
150 A
150 A
LC1F185
200 A
200 A
LC1F265
265 A
265 A
LC1F330
300 A
300 A
Table 21:
Elevator Duty Ratings (hp)
1Ø
Contactor
240 V
208 V
240 V
480 V
600 V
LC1F185
20
25
30
75
75
LC1F265
—
40
40
—
—
LC1F330
—
50
50
—
—
LC1F400
—
60
60
—
—
LC1F500
—
75
75
—
—
LC1F630
—
100
100
—
—
Table 22:
22
3Ø
Definite Purpose Ratings, 3-Phase, Breaking All Lines
Hermetic Refrigeration Compressor
Contactor
FLA
LC1F115
LC1F150
LRA
240 V
480 V
600 V
135
800
800
520
150
900
750
700
LC1F185
220
1500
1500
1200
LC1F225
220
1500
1500
1200
LC1F265
270
1800
1900
1500
LC1F400
350
2000
2000
1800
LC1F500
700
4500
4500
4200
LC1F630
880
5000
5000
4850
LC1F780
1330
7500
7500
7290
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Type S Contactors
Table 23:
Type S Contactors
Standard Motor Ratings
@ 50/60 Hz (hp)
Max. Component
Max.
SCCR (kA) 1
Catalog
Resistive NEMA
3Ø
Circuit
Number
AC1
Size
Fuses
Breakers
Current (A)
@ 600 V
2
200 V 230 V 460 V 575 V
@ 480 V
Type S Contactor
8502SAO12
8502SAO12 1.5
1.5
2
2
9
00
100
100 3
8502SBO2
3
3
5
5
18
0
100
100 3
8502SCO2
7.5
7.5
10
10
27
1
100
100 3
8502SDO2
10
15
25
25
45
2
100
100 3
8502SEO2
25
30
50
50
90
3
100
100 3
8502SFO2
40
50
100
100
135
4
100
100 4
8502SGO2
75
100
200
200
270
5
100
100 4
8502SHO2
150
200
400
400
540
6
65
100 4
8502SJO2
—
300
600
600
810
7
30
30
1 Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
2 When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only, meeting
the size limits in Table 24.
When protected by any Class RK5, RK1, T or J fuse, meeting the size limits in Table 24.
When protected by any Class T or J fuse, meeting the size limits in Table 24.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
3
4
Table 24:
Catalog
Number
8502SAO12
8502SBO2
Type S Contactor Maximum Component SCCR1
Circuit Breakers @ 480 V 2
Max. Breaker
Size (A)
70
70
Max. SCCR
(kA)
Fuses @ 600 V
Max. Fuse
Size (A)
Max. SCCR
(kA)
100
60 3
100
100
60 3
100
100
8502SCO2
70
100
60 3
8502SDO2
100
100
100 3
100
8502SEO2
150
100
200 3
100
100
200 4
100
100
8502SFO2
225
8502SGO2
400
100
400 4
8502SHO2
800
65
600 4
100
8502SJO2
2000
30
1500
30
1
2
3
4
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
When protected by any Class RK5, RK1, T or J fuse.
When protected by any Class T or J fuse.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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Table 25:
Type S Lighting Ratings @ 250 V Maximum
Catalog Number
Tungsten & Infrared (A)
8502SAO12
Definite Purpose
Contactors
5
8502SBO2
10
8502SCO2
15
8502SDO2
30
8502SEO2
60
8502SFO2
120
8502SGO2
240
8502SHO2
480
8502SJO2
—
Table 26:
Catalog
Number
Definite Purpose Type DP Compact Contactors
Max.
Inductive
AC3 Current
(A)
Locked Rotor
Amperes
277 V
460 V
575 V
Max.
Resistive
AC1
Current
(A)
Max. Component SCCR (kA) 1
Circuit
Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Fuses
@ 600 V 3
1-Pole Contactors
Definite Purpose
Type DP Compact
Contactor
8910DP22V09
8910DP11
20
120
100
80
25
100
100
8910DP21
25
150
125
100
30
100
100
8910DP31
30
150
125
100
40
100
100
8910DP41
40
240
200
160
50 5
100
100
2-Pole Contactors 4
8910DP12
20
120
100
80
30
100
100
8910DP22
25
150
125
100
35
100
100
8910DP32
30
150
125
100
40
100
100
8910DP42
40
240
200
160
50
100
100
1
2
3
4
5
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only, meeting the size limits in Table 27.
When protected by any Class J time-delay fuse, meeting the size limits in Table 24.
Above 240 V, all lines must be switched.
50 A Resistive, maximum 277 V. All others rated 40 A Resistive (above 277 V).
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the
maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the
circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
Table 27:
Definite Purpose Type DP Compact Contactor Maximum Component SCCR1
Circuit Breaker
@ 480 V 3
Catalog
Number 2
Max. Breaker
Size (A)
Fuse
@ 600 V 4
Max. SCCR
(kA)
Max. Fuse
Size (A)
Max. SCCR
(kA)
8910DP1*
80
100
60
100
8910DP2*
80
100
60
100
8910DP3*
80
100
60
100
8910DP4*
100
100
100
100
1
2
3
4
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
The “*” represents the number of poles. Replace the “*” with a 2 for a 2-pole contactor or a 3 for a 3-pole contactor.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
When protected by any Class J time-delay fuse.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the
maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the
circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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Catalog
Number
Max.
Max.
Horsepower Ratings
Locked Rotor
Inductive
Resistive
Amperes
AC3
AC1
1Ø
3Ø
Current
Current
(A)
(A)
230 V 460 V 575 V
115 V 230 V 230 V 460 V 575 V
8910DPA12
120
100
80
30
1.5
3
7.5
7.5
7.5
8910DPA14
150
125
100
35
2
5
10
15
20
8910DPA24
180
150
120
40
2
5
10
15
20
8910DPA34
240
200
160
50
3
7.5
10
20
25
8910DPA44
8910DPA92
8910DPA93
100
100
3
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
2
8910DPA43 40
8910DPA73
3
4
8910DPA42
8910DPA72
100
2
8910DPA33 30
8910DPA63
100
4
8910DPA32
8910DPA62
3
2
8910DPA23 25
8910DPA53
Circuit Fuses
Breakers
@
@ 480 V 3 600 V 4
4
8910DPA22
8910DPA52
Max. Component
SCCR (kA) 2
2
8910DPA13 20
Definite Purpose
Type DPA Contactor
8910DPA32
Poles
Definite Purpose Type DPA Contactors 1
Table 28:
3
4
50
300
250
200
65
3
10
15
30
30
60
360
300
240
75
5
10
25
30
30
75
450
375
300
94
5
15
25
40
40
90
540
450
360
120
7.5
20
30
50
50
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
1
2
3
4
Above 240 V, all lines must be switched.
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only, meeting the size limits in Table 29.
When protected by any Class RK5 or J time-delay fuse, meeting the size limits in Table 29.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the maximum
component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes
the weakest link.
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Table 29:
Definite Purpose Type DPA Contactor Maximum
Component SCCR1
Catalog
Number 2
Circuit Breaker
@ 480 V 3
Max. Breaker
Size (A)
Fuse
@ 600 V 4
Max. SCCR
(kA)
Max. Fuse
Size (A)
Max. SCCR
(kA)
8910DPA1*
80
100
60
100
8910DPA2*
80
100
60
100
8910DPA3*
80
100
60
100
8910DPA4*
100
100
100
100
8910DPA5*
150
100
200
100
8910DPA6*
150
100
200
100
8910DPA7*
225
100
200
100
8910DPA9*
225
100
200
100
1
2
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
The “*” represents the number of poles. Replace the “*” with a 2 for a 2-pole contactor or a 3 for
a 3-pole contactor or a 4 for a 4-pole contactor.
3 When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
4 When protected by any Class RK5 or Class J time-delay fuse.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
UL 508 Overload Relays
TeSys™ K Overload Relays
Table 30:
TeSys K Overload Relays
Max. Component SCCR 1
Current
Setting
Range (A)
TeSys K Overload Relay
LR2K0304
Class 10 with
Circuit Breakers @ 480 V 2
Fuses @ 600 V 3
Single Phase
Sensitivity
Max. Breaker Max. SCCR Max. Fuse Max. SCCR
Size (A)
(kA)
Size (A)
(kA)
0.1–0.16
LR2K0301
15
65
10
100
0.16–0.23
LR2K0302
15
65
10
100
0.23–0.36
LR2K0303
15
65
10
100
0.36–0.54
LR2K0304
15
65
10
100
0.54–0.8
LR2K0305
15
65
10
100
0.8–1.2
LR2K0306
15
65
10
100
1.2–1.8
LR2K0307
15
65
10
100
1.8–2.6
LR2K0308
15
65
10
100
2.6–3.7
LR2K0310
15
65
10
100
3.8–5.5
LR2K0312
15
65
20
100
5.5–8
LR2K0314
25
65
30
100
8–11.5
LR2K0316
25
65
30
100
1
2
3
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit
breaker or fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 65 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is
used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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TeSys™ D Overload Relays
Table 31:
TeSys D Overload Relays
Class 10 Class 10 Class 20
Class 20
Current
For
with
without
with
without
Setting
Direct
Single
Single
Single
Single
Range Mounting
Phase
Phase
Phase
Phase
(A)
to LC1…
Sensitivity Sensitivity Sensitivity Sensitivity
TeSys D Overload Relay
Max. Component SCCR 1
Circuit Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Max.
Breaker
Size (A)
Fuses @ 600 V 3
Max.
Max.
Max. Fuse
SCCR
SCCR
Size (A)
(kA)
(kA)
0.10–0.16
LRD01
LR3D01
—
—
15
65
10
100
0.16–0.25
LRD02
LR3D02
—
—
15
65
10
100
0.25–0.40
LRD03
LR3D03
—
—
15
65
10
100
0.40–0.63
LRD04
LR3D04
—
—
15
65
10
100
0.63–1
LRD05
LR3D05
—
—
15
65
10
100
LRD06
LR3D06
—
—
15
65
10
100
1.6–2.5
LRD07
LR3D07
—
—
15
65
10
100
2.5–4
LRD08
LR3D08
LRD1508
LR3D1508A1 15
65
15
100
4–6
LRD10
LR3D10
LRD1510
LR3D1510A1 15
65
20
100
5.5–8
LRD12
LR3D12
LRD1512
LR3D1512A1 15
65
30
100
7–10
LRD14
LR3D14
LRD1514
LR3D1514A1 20
65
40
100
1–1.6
D09–D32
9–13
D12–D32
LRD16
LR3D16
LRD1516
LR3D1516A1 25
65
50
100
12–18
D18–D32
LRD21
LR3D21
LRD1521
LR3D1521A1 35
65
60
100
16–24
LRD22
LR3D22
—
—
45
65
60
100
17–25
—
—
LRD1522
LR3D1522A1 45
65
100
100
LRD32
LR3D32
—
—
60
65
80
100
—
—
LRD1530
LR3D1530A1 60
65
100
100
100
23–32
D25–D32
23–28
25–32
30–38
D32
9–13
12–18
16–25
23–32
D40A–
D65A 4
30–40
37–50
48–65
D50A–
D65A 4
—
—
LRD1532
LR3D1532A1 60
65
100
LRD35
LR3D35
—
—
70
65
100
100
LRD313
LR3D313
LRD313L
—
25
100
30
100
LRD318
LR3D318
LRD318L
—
35
100
45
100
LRD325
LR3D325
LRD325L
—
45
100
60
100
LRD332
LR3D332
LRD332L
—
60
100
80
100
LRD340
LR3D340
LRD340L
—
70
100
100
100
LRD350
LR3D350
LRD350L
—
90
100
125
100
LRD365
LR3D365
LRD365L
—
125
100
200
100
17–25
LRD3322
LR3D3322
LR2D3522
LR3D3522
45
100
60
100
23–32
D40–D80 5 LRD3353
LR3D3353
LR2D3553
LR3D3553
60
100
80
100
30–40
LRD3355
LR3D3355
LR2D3555
LR3D3555
70
100
90
100
37–50
LRD3357
LR3D3357
LR2D3557
LR3D3557
90
100
125
100
LRD3359
LR3D3359
LR2D3559
LR3D3559
125
100
150
100
48–65
55–70
63–80
80–104
D50–D80 5
D65–D80 5
D80
80–104
LRD3361
LR3D3361
LR2D3561
LR3D3561
125
100
175
100
LRD3363
LR3D3363
LR2D3563
LR3D3563
150
100
200
100
LRD3365
—
—
—
200
100
250
100
LRD4365
—
—
—
200
100
250
100
D115–
D150
95–120
LRD4367
—
—
—
250
100
400
100
1 Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
2 When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
3 When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay fuse (Class CC applicable up to 30A only).
4 Overload relays with Everlink termination - direct mount to D40A to D65A only.
5 Direct mount to old D2 style D40 to D65 (no Everlink terminations) and to D80 only.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or fuse. If the maximum
component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker
becomes the weakest link.
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Table 32:
TeSys™ D Overload Relays — Solid State
Max. Component SCCR 1
Current
Setting
Range
(A)
For Direct
Class 10
Mounting Class 10 Class 20
or 20
to LC1…
Selectable
Circuit Breakers
@ 480 V 2
Fuses
@ 600 V 3
Max.
Max.
Max.
Max.
Breaker SCCR Fuse SCCR
Size (A) (kA) Size (A) (kA)
60–100
D115–D150
LR9D5367 LR9D5567 LR9D67
175
100
225
100
90–150
D115–D150
LR9D5369 LR9D5569 LR9D69
250
100
400
100
1
2
3
TeSys D Overload Relay
LR9D5369
TeSys F Overload Relays
Ratings apply to circuits with voltages no greater than those listed.
When protected by any circuit breaker, including thermal-magnetic and magnetic-only.
When protected by any Class J time-delay fuse.
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or
fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the
system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
Table 33:
TeSys F Overload Relays 1
Current
Setting
Range (A)
For Direct
Mounting
to LC1…
Class 10
30–50
48–80
TeSys F Overload Relay
LR9F5
F115–F185
60–100
90–150
F185–F265 2
132–220
200–330
Class 20
LR9F5357
LR9F5557
LR9F5363
LR9F5563
LR9F5367
LR9F5567
LR9F5369
LR9F5569
LR9F5371
LR9F5571
LR9F7375
LR9F7575
LR9F7379
LR9F7579
LR9F7381
LR9F7581
F265–F500
300–500
380–630
F400–F630
1
When mounting overload relays LR9F5*57 to LR9F5*71 directly beneath the contactor, supporting the
relays with a mounting plate is recommended. With overload relays LR9F7*75 to LR9F7*81, use of a
support mounting plate is mandatory.
2 Interconnection kit LA7F407 is required to mount an LR9F*71 to an LC1F185.
TeSys T Motor Management System
Table 34:
TeSys T Motor Management System
Catalog Number 1
Current Range
(A)
Control Voltage
24 Vdc
28
Circuit
Breakers
(kA) 3
Fuses
(kA)
0.4–8
LTMR08*BD
LTMR08*FM
100
100
1.35–27
LTMR27*BD
LTMR27*FM
100
100
5–100
LTMR100*BD
LTMR100*FM
100
100
1
TeSys T Motor Management System
LTMR08MFM
100-240 Vac
Max. Component SCCR 2
The "*" represents the type of fieldbus. Replace the "*" with a M for Modbus, a P for Profibus DP, an E for
Ethernet Modbus TCP, a C for CANopen and a D for DeviceNet.
2 Ratings apply to circuits no greater than 600 V.
3 When protected by any Class J or CC time-delay
fuse (Class CC applicable up to 30 A only).
NOTE: This table lists the maximum SCCR of the component when protected by any circuit breaker or
fuse. If the maximum component SCCR is 100 kA and a 25 kA rated circuit breaker is used, then the
system will be 25 kA as the circuit breaker becomes the weakest link.
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UL508 Starters
Type S Starters
Table 35:
Type S Starters 1
Standard Motor Ratings
@ 50/60 Hz (hp)
Catalog
Number
3Ø
200 V
MotorStarter with Motorlogic
8536SBO2
230 V
460 V
NEMA
Size
575 V
8536SAO12
1.5
1.5
2
2
9
00
8536SBO2
3
3
5
5
18
0
8536SCO2
7.5
7.5
10
10
27
1
8536SDO1
10
15
25
25
45
2
8536SEO1
25
30
50
50
90
3
8536SFO1
40
50
100
100
135
4
8536SGO1
75
100
200
200
270
5
8536SHO2
150
200
400
400
540
6
8536SJO2
—
300
600
600
810
7
1
Definite Purpose Starters
Continuous
Current
Rating (A)
Type S starters with TeSys T overload relays have the same component short-circuit current
ratings as the Type S contactor, shown in Table 23.
Table 36:
Catalog
Number
Definite Purpose Starters
Max. Inductive
AC3 Current
(A)
Horsepower Ratings
1Ø
No. of
Thermal
Units
3Ø
115 V 230 V 230 V 460 V 575 V
2-Pole Single Phase
8911DPSO12
20
1.5
3
—
—
—
8911DPSO22
25
2
5
—
—
—
8911DPSO32
30
2
5
—
—
—
8911DPSO42
40
3
7.5
—
—
—
8911DPSO52
50
3
10
—
—
—
1
3-Pole Poly-Phase
Definite Purpose Starter
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20
1.5
3
7.5
7.5
7.5
8911DPSO23
25
2
5
10
15
20
8911DPSO33
30
2
5
10
15
20
8911DPSO43
40
3
7.5
10
20
25
8911DPSO53
50
3
10
15
30
30
3
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UL 508 Self-Protected Combination Motor Controller
TeSys™ U
Meeting UL508 Type E
UL File E164871
Table 37:
TeSys U Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In combination with line spacer LU9SP0 (stand-alone starters) or
GV1G09 and GV2G busbars (multiple starters)
Standard Motor Ratings @ 50/60 Hz (hp)
TeSys U
LUB12
SCCR (kA)
SelfOverload
1Ø
3Ø
480 V
Protected
Trip Range 480Y / with
Combination
(A)
277 V LUALB1
120 V 240 V 200 V 240 V 480 V 600 V Starter
Limiter
600 V
with
LUALB1
Limiter
1.5
2
3
3
7.5
10
LUB12
0.15–12
65
130
65
2
5
10
10
20
25
LUB32
0.15–32
65
130
65
NOTE: Type E ratings only valid at 480Y and lower without using limiter block LUALB1. When limiter block
LUALB1 is used, SCCR applies for stand alone starter or with GV1G09 and GV2G busbar for multiple starters.
UL 508 Manual Self-Protected Combination Motor Controller
TeSys GV2P
Meeting UL 508 Type E
UL File E164871
Table 38:
TeSys GV2P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In combination with line spacer GV2GH7 (stand-alone starters) or
GV1G09 and GV2G busbars (multiple starters)
Manual
Self-Protected
Starter
GV2P10
TeSys GV3P
GV2P01
0.10–0.16 —
—
—
—
GV2P02
0.16–0.25 —
—
—
—
GV2P03
0.25–0.40 —
—
—
—
GV2P04
0.40–0.63 —
—
—
—
GV2P05
0.63–1
—
—
—
—
GV2P06
1–1.6
—
1/10
—
—
GV2P07
1.6–2.5
—
1/6
0.5
0.5
GV2P08
2.5–4
1/8
1/3
0.75
0.75
GV2P10
4–6.3
0.25
0.5
1
1.5
GV2P14
6–10
0.5
1.5
2
3
GV2P16
9–14
0.75
2
3
3
GV2P20
13–18
1
3
5
5
GV2P21
17–23
1.5
3
5
7.5
GV2P22
20–25
2
—
7.5
7.5
NOTE: Type E ratings are only valid at 480Y voltages and lower.
Table 39:
Manual SelfProtected
Starter
GV3P25
30
Overload
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
Trip
1Ø
3Ø
Range
120 V 240 V 208 V 240 V 480 V 600 V
(A)
—
—
—
—
—
0.75
1
2
3
5
10
10
15
15
—
—
—
—
0.5
0.75
1.5
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
20
SCCR (kA)
480Y/277V
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
10
10
10
10
TeSys GV3P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In combination with line spacer GV3G66 and GVAM11 (magnetic trip
unit) for stand-alone starters
Overload
Trip
Range
(A)
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
1Ø
120V
240 V
SCCR (kA)
3Ø
208 V
240 V
GV3P13
9–13
0.5
1.5
3
3
GV3P18
12–18
0.75
2
5
5
GV3P25
17–25
1.5
3
5
7.5
GV3P32
23–32
2
5
7.5
10
GV3P40
30–40
3
—
10
—
GV3P50
37–50
—
7.5
10
15
GV3P65
48–65
5
10
15
20
Type E ratings are only valid at 600Y and 480Y voltages and lower.
480 V
600 V
480Y / 600Y /
277 V 347 V
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
100
100
100
100
65
65
65
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
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UL508 Type A
Construction Type A utilizes four separate devices to achieve the four functions required
for protection. The disconnecting means is achieved via a UL98 manual disconnect
switch. The motor branch circuit protection is achieved using UL248 fuses. The motor
controller and motor overload relay used are UL508 contactors and UL508 overload
relays. Schneider Electric has various products that meet this construction type, as listed
below.
Table 40:
Disconnecting Means using UL248 Fuses, a UL508 Contactor, and
UL508 Overload Relays
UL98 Manual Disconnect UL248 Fuses
TeSys™ GS Disconnects
Class 9422 Disconnects
UL508 Contactor
UL508 Overload Relay
TeSys DF Fuse Holder TeSys K contactor
TeSys K overload relay
TeSys D contactor
TeSys D overload relay
Type FB Fuse Holder
TeSys F contactor
TeSys F overload relay
Type S contactor
TeSys T motor management
system
Definite Purpose contactor
A UL508 starter is a combination of a UL508 contactor and a UL508 overload relay. As
such, the use of UL508 starters also meets construction Type A.
Table 41:
Disconnecting Means using UL248 Fuses and a UL508 Starter
UL98 Manual Disconnect
UL248 Fuses
UL508 Starter
TeSys GS Disconnects
TeSys DF Fuse Holder
Type S starter
Class 9422 Disconnects
Type FB Fuse Holder
Definite Purpose starter
UL508 Type B
Construction Type B utilizes an UL 508 motor short circuit protector, which is no longer
commercially available.
UL508 Type C
Construction Type C utilizes three separate devices to achieve the four functions required
for protection. The disconnecting means and motor branch circuit protection are achieved
using a UL489 inverse time circuit breaker. The motor controller and motor overload relay
used are UL508 contactors and UL508 overload relays. Schneider Electric has various
products that meet this construction type, as listed below.
Table 42:
Disconnecting Means and Motor Branch Circuit protection using a
UL98 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker, UL508 Contactor, and a UL508
Overload Relay
UL98 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker UL508 Contactor
UL508 Overload Relay
PowerPact circuit breaker
TeSys K contactor
TeSys K overload relay
TeSys D contactor
TeSys D overload relay
TeSys F contactor
TeSys F overload relay
Type S contactor
TeSys T motor management system
Definite Purpose contactor
As previously mentioned, a UL508 starter is a combination of a UL508 contactor and a UL508
overload relay. Therefore, the use of UL508 starters also meets construction Type C.
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Table 43:
Disconnecting Means and Motor Branch Circuit protection using a
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker and a UL508 Starter
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker
PowerPact circuit breaker
UL508 Type D
UL508 Starter
Type S starter
Definite Purpose starter
Construction Type D is very similar to Type C, except that the disconnecting means and
motor branch circuit protection are achieved using a UL489 instantaneous trip circuit
breaker rather than an inverse time circuit breaker. Schneider Electric has various
products that meet this construction type, as listed below.
Table 44:
Disconnecting Means and Motor Branch Circuit protection using a
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker, UL508 Contactor, and a UL508
Overload Relay
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker
UL508 Contactor
PowerPact circuit breaker
TeSys™ K contactor
TeSys K overload relay
TeSys D contactor
TeSys D overload relay
TeSys F contactor
TeSys F overload relay
Type S contactor
Definite Purpose contactor
UL508 Overload Relay
TeSys T motor management system
Just as for Type C, the use of UL508 starters also meets construction Type D.
Table 45:
Disconnecting Means and Motor Branch Circuit protection using a
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker and a UL508 Starter
UL489 Inverse Time Circuit Breaker
PowerPact circuit breaker
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UL508 Starter
Type S starter
Definite Purpose starter
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UL508 Type E
Motor Control Solutions
Combination Starter Solutions
Construction Type E is a unique situation in that all four functions are achieved
using a single device. For this reason, Type E is known as a self-protected
combination motor controller. Schneider Electric has two product families that
meet this unique construction type, TeSys U and TeSys GV. TeSys U is a selfprotected combination motor controller while TeSys GV is a manual self-protected
combination motor controller.
Table 46:
UL508 Self-protected Combination Motor Controller
UL508 Self-Protected Combination Controller
TeSys U
Table 47:
UL508 Manual Self-protected Combination Motor Controller
UL508 Manual Self-Protected Combination Controller
TeSys GV2P and GV3P
UL508 Type F
Construction Type F is similar to Type E, but uses two devices. The disconnecting
means, motor branch circuit protection, and motor overload relay functions are all
combined into one device, a UL508 manual self-protected combination controller
while the motor controller is kept separate in the form of a UL508 contactor.
Schneider Electric offers the following solution for this construction type:
Table 48:
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Manual Self-protected Combination Controller and a UL508
Contactor
UL508 Manual Self-Protected Combination Controller
UL508 Contactor
TeSys GV2P and GV3P
TeSys D contactor
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UL File E164871
Table 49:
TeSys GV2P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In combination with line spacer GV2GH7 (stand-alone starters) or
GV1G09 and GV2G busbars (multiple starters)
Overload
Manual
Self-Protected Trip
Starter
Range (A)
GV2P10
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
1Ø
3Ø
120 V 240 V 208 V 240 V 480 V 600 V
Type of
Contactor
Required
SCCR
(kA)
480Y /
277 V
GV2P01
0.10–0.16
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P02
0.16–0.25
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P03
0.25–0.40
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P04
0.40–0.63
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P05
0.63– 1
—
—
—
—
—
0.5
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P06
1–1.6
—
1/10
—
—
0.75
0.75
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P07
1.6–2.5
—
1/6
0.5
0.5
1
1.5
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P08
2.5– 4
1/8
1/3
0.75
0.75
2
3
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P10
4–6.3
0.25
0.5
1
1.5
3
5
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P14
6–10
0.5
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
LC1D09 or D12 100
GV2P16
9–14
0.75
2
3
3
10
10
LC1D12 or D18 42
GV2P20
13–18
1
3
5
5
10
15
LC1D12 or D18 42
GV2P21
17–23
1.5
3
5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32 42
GV2P22
20–25
2
—
7.5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32 42
Type F ratings only valid at 480Y and lower.
TeSys GV3P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In combination with line spacer GV3G66 and GVAM11 (magnetic trip
unit) for stand-alone starters
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
SCCR (kA)
Manual
SelfProtected
Starter
Overload
Trip
Range
(A)
240 V
Table 50:
120 V
GV3P13
9–13
0.5
1.5
3
3
7.5
10
LC1D18
65
25
GV3P18
12–18
0.75 2
5
5
10
15
LC1D18
65
25
GV3P25
17–25
1.5
3
5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25
65
25
GV3P32
23–32
2
5
7.5
10
20
25
LC1D32
65
25
GV3P40
30–40
3
—
10
—
25
30
LC1D40A, 50A, 65A
65
25
GV3P50
37–50
—
7.5
10
15
30
40
LC1D50A or 65A
65
25
GV3P65
48–65
5
10
15
20
40
50
LC1D65A or 80
65
25
600 V
480 V
3Ø
240 V
1Ø
208 V
TeSys GV3P + TeSys D Contactors
Type of Contactor
480Y/ 600Y/
Required
277V 347V
Type F ratings only valid at 600Y and 480Y voltages and lower.
GV3P40 with LC1D40A
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Group Motor Installations
UL508 Group Motor Installations
TeSys™ GV2ME
GV2ME07
GV2ME: UL File E164864
Table 51:
TeSys GV2ME Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In association with LC1D contactors, suitable for Group Installation when protected by fuses or a circuit breaker
(including multi starter with GV1G09 or GV2G05 blocks plus GV2G busbars)
SCCR (kA) 1
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
Overload Trip
Manual
Range
Motor Starter
(A)
1Ø
3Ø
Type of
Contactor
120 V 240 V 208 V 240 V 480 V 600 V Required
480 V
600Y / with
480 V
347 V GV1L3
Limiter
Contactor
for 600 V
with
LA9LB920
600 V
with
LA9LB920
GV2ME01
0.10–0.16
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
GV2ME02
0.16–0.25
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME03
0.25–0.40
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME04
0.40–0.63
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME05
0.63–1
—
—
—
—
—
0.5
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME06
1–1.6
—
1/10
—
—
0.75
0.75
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME07
1.6–2.5
—
1/6
0.5
0.5
1
1.5
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME08
2.5–4
1/8
1/3
0.75
0.75
2
3
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME10
4–6.3
0.25
0.5
1
1.5
3
5
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME14
6–10
0.5
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
LC1D09 or D12 65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12 42
GV2ME16
9–14
0.75
2
3
3
10
10
LC1D12 or D18 22
10
65
LC1D32 or D38 42
GV2ME20
13–18
1
3
5
5
10
15
LC1D12 or D18 22
10
65
LC1D32 or D38 42
GV2ME21
17–23
1.5
3
5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32 10
10
65
LC1D32 or D38 42
GV2ME22
20–25
2
—
7.5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32 10
10
65
LC1D32 or D38 42
GV2ME32
24–32
2
5
7.5
10
20
25
LC1D25 or D32 5
5
65
LC1D32 or D38 42
1
Ratings apply to circuit with voltages no greater than those listed.
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GV2P10
Table 52:
TeSys GV2P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In association with LC1D contactors, suitable for Group Installation when protected by fuses or a circuit breaker
(including multi starter with GV1G09 or GV2G05 blocks plus GV2G busbars)
Manual
Motor
Starter
Overload
Trip
Range (A)
GV2P01
GV2P02
SCCR (kA) 1
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
1Ø
3Ø
120 V 240 V
208 V
Type of
Contactor
240 V 480 V 600 V Required
0.10–0.16
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
0.16–0.25
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P03
0.25–0.40
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P04
0.40–0.63
—
—
—
—
—
—
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P05
0.63–1
—
—
—
—
—
0.5
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P06
1–1.6
—
1/10
—
—
0.75
0.75
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P07
1.6–2.5
—
1/6
0.5
0.5
1
1.5
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P08
2.5–4
1/8
1/3
0.75
0.75
2
3
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P10
4–6.3
0.25
0.5
1
1.5
3
5
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P14
6–10
0.5
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
LC1D09 or D12
65
42
65
LC1D09 or D12
42
GV2P16
9–14
0.75
2
3
3
10
10
LC1D12 or D18
22
10
65
LC1D32 or D38
42
GV2P20
13–18
1
3
5
5
10
15
LC1D12 or D18
22
10
65
LC1D32 or D38
42
GV2P21
17–23
1.5
3
5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32
10
10
65
LC1D32 or D38
42
GV2P22
20–25
2
—
7.5
7.5
15
20
LC1D25 or D32
10
10
65
LC1D32 or D38
42
24–32
2
5
7.5
10
20
1 Ratings apply to circuit with voltages no greater than those listed.
25
LC1D25 or D32
5
5
65
LC1D32 or D38
42
GV2P32
TeSys GV3P
Table 53:
Manual
Motor
Starter
GV3P25
36
480 V
Contactor for
600Y / 480 V with
600 V with
600 V with
347 V GV1L3
LA9LB920
LA9LB920
TeSys GV3P Horsepower and SCCR Ratings
In association with LC1D contactors, suitable for Group Installation, when
protected by fuses or a circuit breaker
Overload
Trip Range
(A)
Maximum Horsepower Ratings
SCCR (kA)
Type of Contactor
1Ø
3Ø
480Y / 600Y /
Required
277 V 347 V
120 V 240 V 208 V 240 V 480 V 600 V
GV3P13
9–13
0.5
1.5
3
3
7.5
10
GV3P18
12–18
0.75
2
5
5
10
15
GV3P25
17–25
1.5
3
5
7.5
15
20
GV3P32
23–32
2
5
7.5
10
20
25
GV3P40
30–40
3
—
10
—
25
30
GV3P50
37–50
—
7.5
10
15
30
40
GV3P65
48–65
5
10
15
20
40
50
These values are derived from the UL508 Type F certification (E164871).
LC1D18
LC1D18
LC1D25
LC1D32
LC1D40A, 50A or 65A
LC1D50A or 65A
LC1D65A or 80
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
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Short Circuit Protection for Drives
Short Circuit Protection for Drives
Drives are not rated for group motor applications.
When a variable-speed drive is connected to a single-motor circuit, the branch-circuit protection provided must be of the type and
size specified in the manufacturer's instructions that come with the drive. When the instructions do not specify the type and size,
a branch-circuit fuse or inverse-time circuit breaker must be used and must be sized based on the input current rating of the drive
multiplied by the percentage from UL508A Table 31.1.
Schneider Electric tested drives in combination with the following:
•
•
•
Fuses
UL489 circuit breakers
GV2P and GV3P UL508 Type E self-protected, manual combination starters
The Combinations in the Table below have been tested per UL508C (Reference UL file E116875).
Altivar™ 12 AC Drives
Table 54:
The Combinations in the Table Below Have Been Tested per UL508C (Reference UL file E116875)
Short Circuit Current Ratings 1
ATV12 Drive
Input
Voltage
+10%/15%
60 Hz
Y
With QO Circuit Breaker
Input
withstand
Rating
(kA) 6
Reference
With GV2P/3P
SCCR
GV2P/3P SCCR
(kA) 7
Type E 2, 3 (kA)
X
kW
hp
0.18
120 V, 0.37
1-phase
0.75
0.25
0.5
1
1
1
1
ATV12H018F1
ATV12•037F1
ATV12H075F1
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
10
20
25
1
1
1
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV2P20
1
1
1
0.18
0.25
1
ATV12H018M2
yes
yes
yes
10
1
GV2P08
1
240 V,
1-phase 0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
0.5
0.75
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
ATV12•037M2
ATV12•055M2
ATV12•075M2
ATV12HU15M2
ATV12HU22M2
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
10
15
20
25
35
1
1
1
1
1
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV2P14
GV2P20
GV2P22
1
1
1
1
1
0.18
0.25
5
ATV12H018M3
yes
yes
yes
10
5
GV2P07
5
QO
QOB
QOU
A
With Fuses
Fuses (A) 5
Z1, Z2
Ferraz HSJ (15)
Ferraz HSJ (25)
Ferraz HSJ (40)
Fast Acting
Class CC
Ferraz
ASTDR(7)
Ferraz HSJ (15)
Ferraz HSJ (25)
Ferraz HSJ (25)
Ferraz HSJ (40)
Ferraz HSJ (45)
Fast Acting
Class CC
Ferraz ATDR(7)
Fast Acting
Class CC
Ferraz ATDR(7)
Ferraz HSJ (15)
Ferraz HSJ (25)
Ferraz HSJ (25)
Ferraz HSJ (40)
Ferraz HSJ (45)
3
8
15
25
30
40
50
SCCR
Line
(kA) Reactor 4
1
1
1
—
—
—
1
—
1
1
1
1
1
—
—
—
—
—
5
—
0.37 0.5
5
ATV12•037M3 yes
yes
yes
10
5
GV2P08
5
5
—
240 V,
3-phase 0.75 1
5
ATV12•075M3 yes
yes
yes
15
5
GV2P14
5
5
—
1.5
2
5
ATV12•U15M3 yes
yes
yes
15
5
GV2P16
5
5
—
2.2
3
5
ATV12•U22M3 yes
yes
yes
25
5
GV2P20
5
5
—
3
3
5
ATV12•U30M3 no
no
yes
30
5
GV2P21
5
5
—
4
5
5
ATV12•U40M3 no
no
yes
40
5
GV2P22
5
—
0.18 0.25 5
ATV2H018M3
yes
yes
yes
10
10
GV2P07
50
65
3%
0.37 0.5
5
ATV12•037M3 yes
yes
yes
10
10
GV2P08
50
65
3%
0.75 1
5
ATV12•075M3 yes
yes
yes
15
10
GV2P14
50
65
3%
240 V, 1.5
2
5
ATV12•U15M3 yes
yes
yes
15
10
GV2P13
50
65
3%
3-phase
2.2
3
5
ATV12•U22M3 yes
yes
yes
25
10
GV2P18
50
65
3%
3
3
5
ATV12•U30M3 no
no
yes
30
10
GV2P25
50
65
3%
4
5
5
ATV12•U40M3 no
no
yes
40
10
GV2P32
50
65
3%
1 Types of enclosures that can be used: 1, 12, 3, 3R, 4, and 4X-all non-ventilated.
2 The GV2P•• self-protected manual combination starter must be used with the GV2GH7 insulating barrier to meet the UL 508 Type E rating.
3 The GV3P•• self-protected manual combination starter must be used with the GV3G66 insulating barrier and the GVAM11 auxiliary contact block to meet the UL 508 Type
E rating.
4 The line reactor is required when the ATV12 drive is used in a system with a current availability higher than the drive’s SCCR design.
5 When fuse type is not specified any Class J or CC can be used. If fuse manufacturer is not specified any fuse manufacturer can be used.
6 Input withstand rating is that for which the product has been designed thermally. Installation on a supply greater than this level will require additional inductance to satisfy this
level.
7 Output interrupt rating relies on integral solid state short circuit protection. This does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in
accordance with the National Electrical Code and any additional local codes. This is dependant on the type of installation.
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than ___x___rms symmetrical kiloAmperes___Y___Volts maximum, when protected by___Z1___with a maximum
rating of ___Z2___.
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Wiring
With Single-Phase Power Supply, when using GV2P and GV3P manual self-protected
combination starters for single-phase input applications, wire the starter as illustrated.
Altivar™ 32 AC Drives
Components for use together in accordance with standard UL508C (UL file E116875, CSA file 224330).
Table 55:
The Combinations in the Table Below Have Been Tested per UL508C
(Reference UL file E116875)
ATV32 Drive
Input
Voltage hp
60 Hz
With Circuit Breaker
With GV*P
With Fuses
Input
Output
Minimum
Line
Fuses
AIC
Interrupt
Inductance Reactor
Rating
Rating PowerPact 3 SCCR GV2P/3P SCCR 600 V SCCR
(mH)
Reference
(kA) Type E 4 (kA) Class J 6 (kA)
(kA) 1
(kA)
(A)
208-230V,
1-phase
1/4
ATV32H018M2 1
2.5
RL00402
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P08 65
7
100
1/2
ATV32H037M2 1
2.5
RL00802
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P10 65
15
100
3/4
ATV32H055M2 1
2.5
RL00802
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P14 65
25
100
1
ATV32H075M2 1
2.5
RL01202
100
H*L36015
65
GV3P13 5 65
25
100
1 1/2 ATV32HU11M2 1
0.8
RL01201
100
H*L36020
65
GV3P18 5 65
25
100
2
ATV32HU15M2 1
0.8
RL01201
100
H*L36030
65
GV3P25 5 65
40
100
3
ATV32HU22M2 1
0.8
RL01801
100
H*L36035
65
GV3P25 5 65
45
100
1/2
ATV32H037N4 5
12
RL00201
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P07 65
6
100
3/4
ATV32H055N4 5
12
RL00201
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P07 65
6
100
1
ATV32H075N4 5
12
RL00201
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P08 65
6
100
1 1/2 ATV32HU11N4 5
6.5
RL00402
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P08 65
12
100
2
ATV32HU15N4 5
6.5
RL00402
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P10 65
12
100
3
ATV32HU22N4 5
5
RL00803
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P14 65
15
100
4
ATV32HU30N4 5
3
RL00802
100
H*L36015
65
GV2P14 65
17.5
100
5
ATV32HU40N4 5
3
RL00802
100
H*L36015
65
GV3P13 5 65
25
100
7 1/2 ATV32HU55N4 22
2.5
RL01202
100
H*L36020
65
GV3P18 65
40
100
10
ATV32HU75N4 22
1.5
RL01802
100
H*L36030
65
GV3P25 65
40
100
15
ATV32HD11N4 22
1.2
RL02502
100
H*L36040
65
GV3P32 65
60
100
20
ATV32HD15N4 22
0.8
RL03502
100
H*L36050
65
GV3P40 65
70
100
1 This column shows the maximum input available interrupt current (AIC) rating the Altivar 32 drive can be installed on without adding impedance to the drive.
Electrical distribution systems with a higher AIC capability will cause higher input currents in the front end of the drive. Install at least the minimum inductance
shown when using an Altivar 32 drive on a system with a higher AIC value shown in this column. Without any additional impedance the column with the
Input AIC ratings are the Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) with the listed circuit breakers, GV*P products, and fuses.
2 The Altivar 32 drive has a 100kA interrupt rating on the output of the drive. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these
short circuit current ratings have been obtained by shorting components internal to the Altivar 32. These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit
protection. The amp rating of the short circuit protection devices in the table are maximum values. Smaller ampere sizes may be used. Integral solid state
short circuit protection in the drive does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and any local codes. Ratings apply to an Altivar 32 drive mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum
enclosure volume is 3.375 times the drive volume. The listed line reactor minimum inductance is required to get these higher ratings.
3 Circuit Breaker part number designations: * = short circuit current rating. For 208 / 230 V range, use: * = D for 25kA, G for 65kA, J for 65kA, L for 65kA. For
480 V range, use: * = D for 18kA, G for 35kA, J for 65kA, L for 65kA.
4 480 V ratings are for Wye connected electrical distribution systems. GV2Ppp self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV2GH7
insulating barrier to meet UL 508 Type E rating. GV3Ppp self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV3G66 + GVAM11 insulating barrier
to meet UL 508 Type E rating.
5 The following GV2P products can be used in place of the GV3P products for obtaining the ratings listed in the Input AIC ratings column:
GV2P16 for GV3P13, GV2P20 for GV3P18, GV2P22 for GV3P25.
6 Fuse type can be fast acting or time delay Class J, or Class CC.
480V,
3 phase
ATV32 with
TeSys GV2P
Reference
Containment Short Circuit Current Ratings 2
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Motor Control Solutions
Short Circuit Protection for Drives
Components for use together in accordance with standard UL508C
(UL file E116875, CSA file 224330).
Table 56:
ATV212 Combination Ratings
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 1
ATV212 AC Drive
Input
Voltage hp
60 Hz
ATV212 Drive
ATV212HU55M3X
208V,
3 phase
230V,
3 phase
Reference
With Circuit Breaker
With GV*P
With Fuses
Output
Interrupt
Rating PowerPact SCCR SCCR GV2P/3P SCCR Fuses (A) SCCR
(kA) 2 (kA) 3 Type E 4 (kA) 2, 3 600 V 5 (kA) 2, 3
(kAIC)
1
ATV212H075M3X
100
HDL36015
22
22
GV2P10
22
10
100
2
ATV212HU15M3X
100
HDL36015
22
22
GV2P14
22
15
100
3
ATV212HU22M3X
100
HDL36020
22
22
GV2P16
22
30
100
4
ATV212HU30M3X
100
HDL36030
22
22
GV2P20
22
35
100
5
ATV212HU40M3X
100
HDL36040
22
22
GV2P20
22
35
100
7.5 ATV212HU55M3X
100
HDL36050
22
22
GV2P22
22
50
100
10
ATV212HU75M3X
100
HDL36070
22
22
GV2P32
22
60
100
15
ATV212HD11M3X
100
HDL36100
22
22
GV3P50
22
100
100
20
ATV212HD15M3X
100
HDL36125
22
22
GV3P65
22
125
100
25
ATV212HD18M3X
100
JDL36175
22
22
—
—
150
100
30
ATV212HD22M3X
100
JDL36200
22
22
—
—
175
100
40
ATV212HD30M3X
100
JDL36250
22
22
—
—
200
100
1
ATV212H075M3X
100
HDL36015
22
22
GV2P10
22
10
100
2
ATV212HU15M3X
100
HDL36015
22
22
GV2P10
22
15
100
3
ATV212HU22M3X
100
HDL36020
22
22
GV2P14
22
30
100
4
ATV212HU30M3X
100
HDL36030
22
22
GV2P20
22
35
100
5
ATV212HU40M3X
100
HDL36035
22
22
GV2P20
22
35
100
7.5 ATV212HU55M3X
100
HDL36045
22
22
GV2P21
22
45
100
10
ATV212HU75M3X
100
HDL36060
22
22
GV2P32
22
60
100
15
ATV212HD11M3X
100
HDL36090
22
22
GV3P40
22
90
100
20
ATV212HD15M3X
100
HDL36125
22
22
GV3P50
22
110
100
25
ATV212HD18M3X
100
HDL36150
22
22
—
—
150
100
30
ATV212HD22M3X
100
JDL36175
22
22
—
—
175
100
40
ATV212HD30M3X
100
JDL36225
22
22
—
—
200
100
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Table 56:
ATV212 Combination Ratings (continued)
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 1
ATV212 AC Drive
Input
Voltage hp
60 Hz
480V,
3 phase
Reference
With Circuit Breaker
With GV*P
With Fuses
Output
Interrupt
Rating PowerPact SCCR SCCR GV2P/3P SCCR Fuses (A) SCCR
(kA) 2 (kA) 3 Type E 4 (kA) 2, 3 600 V 5 (kA) 2, 3
(kAIC)
1
ATV212H075N4
100
HDL36015
—
22
GV2P07
22
5
100
2
ATV212HU15N4
100
HDL36015
—
22
GV2P08
22
7.5
100
3
ATV212HU22N4
100
HDL36015
—
22
GV2P10
22
10
100
4
ATV212HU30N4
100
HDL36020
—
22
GV2P14
22
15
100
5
ATV212HU40N4
100
HDL36020
—
22
GV2P14
22
15
100
7.5 ATV212HU55N4
100
HDL36025
—
22
GV2P16
22
20
100
10
ATV212HU75N4
100
HDL36030
—
22
GV2P20
22
30
100
15
ATV212HD11N4
100
HDL36045
—
22
GV2P21
22
45
100
20
ATV212HD15N4
100
HDL36060
10
22
GV2P22
22
60
100
25
ATV212HD18N4
100
HDL36070
10
22
GV2P32
22
80
100
30
ATV212HD22N4S
100
HDL36090
10
22
GV3P40
22
90
100
30
ATV212HD22N4
100
HDL36090
—
22
—
—
90
100
40
ATV212HD30N4
100
HDL36125
—
22
—
—
110
100
50
ATV212HD37N4
100
HDL36125
10
10
—
—
125
100
60
ATV212HD45N4
100
HDL36150
10
10
—
—
150
100
75
ATV212HD55N4
100
JDL36175
10
10
—
—
200
100
100 ATV212HD75N4
100
JDL36225
10
10
—
—
250
100
1
The Altivar™ 212 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive as many other drives are rated. In addition to providing a
rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these short circuit rating have been obtained by testing the weakest point internal
to the ATV212 per UL508C. These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit protection. The amp rating of the short circuit
protection devices in the table are maximum values. Smaller amp sizes may be used.
2 Ratings also apply to ATV212 Type 1 product, ie: an ATV212 fitted with a conduit box.
3 Ratings apply to an ATV212 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum enclosure volume is
3.375 times the drive volume.
4 480 V ratings are for Wye connected electrical distribution systems. GV2P** self protected manual combination starter must be
used with GV2GH7 insulating barrier to meet UL 508 Type E rating.
5 Fuse type can be Class J, fast acting or time delay, or Class CC.
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Altivar™ 312 AC Drives
Components for use together in accordance with standard UL508C.
ATV312
Table 57:
ATV312 Combination Ratings
ATV312 Drive
Input Voltage
+10%/-15% hp
60 Hz
Reference
Short Circuit Current Ratings
With Circuit
Input
Minimun
Output
Breaker
Line
AIC
Inductance
Interrupt
Reactor
Rating
(mH)
rating:
SCCR
Reference
(kA)
(kA) 1 PowerPact (kA) 3
With GV*P
With Fuses
GV2P/3P SCCR Fuse SCCR
Type E 3, 4 (kA)
(A) 5 (kA) 2, 3
With line
reactor
208/230V
Three-phase
Without line
reactor
Three-phase with or without line reactor
0.25 ATV312H018M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
3
22
0.5
ATV312H037M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
6
22
0.75 ATV312H055M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
1
ATV312H075M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
1.5
ATV312HU11M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
2
ATV312HU15M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
3
ATV312HU22M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36020
22
—
—
20
22
—
ATV312HU30M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36020
22
—
—
25
22
5
ATV312HU40M3 5
—
—
100
HxL36030
22
—
—
35
22
7.5
ATV312HU55M3 22
—
—
100
HxL36040
22
—
—
50
22
10
ATV312HU75M3 22
—
—
100
HxL36060
22
—
—
60
22
15
ATV312HD11M3 22
—
—
100
HxL36070
22
—
—
80
22
20
ATV312HD15M3 22
—
—
100
HxL36090
22
—
—
110
22
0.25 ATV312H018M3 5
3
RL-00401
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P07
65
3
22
0.5
ATV312H037M3 5
3
RL-00401
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P08
65
6
22
0.75 ATV312H055M3 5
3
RL-00401
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P10
65
10
22
1
ATV312H075M3 5
3
RL-00401
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P10
65
10
22
1.5
ATV312HU11M3 5
1.5
RL-00801
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
22
2
ATV312HU15M3 5
1.5
RL-00801
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
22
3
ATV312HU22M3 5
1.25
RL-01201
100
HxL36020
65
GV3P13 or
GV3P18
65
20
22
—
ATV312HU30M3 5
1.25
RL-01801
100
HxL36020
65
GV3P18
65
25
22
5
ATV312HU40M3 5
1.25
RL-01801
100
HxL36030
65
GV3P25
65
35
22
7.5
ATV312HU55M3 22
0.5
RL-02501
100
HxL36040
65
GV3P32 or
GV3P40
65
50
22
10
ATV312HU75M3 22
0.4
RL-03501
100
HxL36060
65
GV3P50
65
60
22
15
ATV312HD11M3 22
0.3
RL-04501
100
HxL36070
65
GV3P65
65
80
22
20
ATV312HD15M3 22
0.2
RL-08001
100
HxL36090
65
—
—
110
22
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ATV312 Combination Ratings (continued)
ATV312 Drive
Input Voltage
+10%/-15% hp
60 Hz
Reference
Short Circuit Current Ratings
With Circuit
Input
Minimun
Output
Breaker
Line
AIC
Inductance
Interrupt
Reactor
Rating
(mH)
rating:
SCCR
Reference
(kA)
(kA) 1 PowerPact (kA) 3
With GV*P
With Fuses
GV2P/3P SCCR Fuse SCCR
Type E 3, 4 (kA)
(A) 5 (kA) 2, 3
Three-phase with or without line reactor
42
With line
reactor
575/600 V
Three-phase
With line
reactor
400/480 V
Three-phase
Without line
reactor
0.5
ATV312H037N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
3
22
0.75 ATV312H055N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
6
22
1
ATV312H075N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
6
22
1.5
ATV312HU11N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
2
ATV312HU15N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
3
ATV312HU22N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
—
ATV312HU30N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
5
ATV312HU40N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
20
22
7.5
ATV312HU55N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36020
22
—
—
30
22
10
ATV312HU75N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36030
22
—
—
35
22
15
ATV312HD11N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36035
22
—
—
50
22
20
ATV312HD15N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36050
22
—
—
70
22
0.5
ATV312H037N4 5
12
RL00201
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P07
65
3
100
0.75 ATV312H055N4 5
12
RL00201
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P07
65
6
100
1
ATV312H075N4 5
12
RL00201
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P08
65
6
100
1.5
ATV312HU11N4 5
6.5
RL00402
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P08
65
10
100
2
ATV312HU15N4 5
6.5
RL00402
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P10
65
10
100
3
ATV312HU22N4 5
5
RL00803
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
100
—
ATV312HU30N4 5
3
RL00802
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
100
5
ATV312HU40N4 5
3
RL00802
100
HxL36015
65
GV3P13
65
20
100
7.5
ATV312HU55N4 22
2.5
RL01202
100
HxL36020
65
GV3P18
65
30
100
10
ATV312HU75N4 22
1.5
RL01802
100
HxL36030
65
GV3P25
65
35
100
15
ATV312HD11N4 22
1.2
RL02502
100
HxL36035
65
GV3P32
65
50
100
20
ATV312HD15N4 22
0.8
RL03502
100
HxL36050
65
GV3P40
65
70
100
1
ATV312H075S6 5
20
RL-00202
100
FAL36015
22
—
—
6
22
2
ATV312HU15S6 5
9
RL-00403
100
FAL36015
22
—
—
6
22
3
ATV312HU22S6 5
6.5
RL-00402
100
FAL36015
22
—
—
10
22
5
ATV312HU40S6 5
5
RL-00803
100
FAL36025
22
—
—
15
22
7.5
ATV312HU55S6 22
2.5
RL-01202
100
FAL36040
22
—
—
20
22
10
ATV312HU75S6 22
2.5
RL-01202
100
FAL36050
22
—
—
25
22
15
ATV312HD11S6 22
1.5
RL-01802
100
FAL36070
22
—
—
35
22
20
ATV312HD15S6 22
1.2
RL-02502
100
FAL36080
22
—
—
45
22
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Table 57:
Motor Control Solutions
Short Circuit Protection for Drives
ATV312 Combination Ratings (continued)
ATV312 Drive
Input Voltage
+10%/-15% hp
60 Hz
Reference
Short Circuit Current Ratings
With Circuit
Input
Minimun
Output
Breaker
Line
AIC
Inductance
Interrupt
Reactor
Rating
(mH)
rating:
SCCR
Reference
(kA)
(kA) 1 PowerPact (kA) 3
With GV*P
With Fuses
GV2P/3P SCCR Fuse SCCR
Type E 3, 4 (kA)
(A) 5 (kA) 2, 3
Without line
reactor
With line
reactor
400/480 V
Single-phase
Without line
reactor
With line
reactor
208/230 V
Single-phase
Single-phase with or without line reactor
0.25 ATV312H018M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
6
0.5
ATV312H037M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
10
22
22
0.75 ATV312H055M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
10
22
1
ATV312H075M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
15
22
1.5
ATV312HU11M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
20
22
2
ATV312HU15M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
20
22
3
ATV312HU22M2 1
—
—
100
—
—
—
—
30
22
5
ATV312HU75M3 2
—
—
100
HxL36060
22
—
—
60
22
7.5
ATV312HD11M3 2
—
—
100
HxL36070
22
—
—
80
22
10
ATV312HD15M3 2
—
—
100
HxL36090
22
—
—
110
22
5
ATV312HU75M3 22
0.75
RL-03502
100
HxL36060
65
GV3P50
65
60
22
7.5
ATV312HD11M3 22
0.375
RL-05502
100
HxL36070
65
GV3P65
65
80
22
10
ATV312HD15M3 22
0.278
RL-08002
100
HxL36090
65
—
—
110
22
0.5
ATV312H075N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
6
22
0.75 ATV312HU11N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
1
ATV312HU15N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
10
22
1.5
ATV312HU22N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
2
ATV312HU30N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
15
22
3
ATV312HU40N4 5
—
—
100
HxL36015
22
—
—
20
22
3
ATV312HU55N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36020
22
—
—
30
22
5
ATV312HU75N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36030
22
—
—
35
22
7.5
ATV312HD11N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36035
22
—
—
50
22
10
ATV312HD15N4 22
—
—
100
HxL36050
22
—
—
70
22
0.5
ATV312H075N4 5
5.79
RL-00402
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P08
65
6
22
0.75 ATV312HU11N4 5
4.27
RL-00402
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P08
65
10
22
1
ATV312HU15N4 5
4.27
RL-00803
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P10
65
10
22
1.5
ATV312HU22N4 5
2.77
RL-00802
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
22
2
ATV312HU30N4 5
2.77
RL-00802
100
HxL36015
65
GV2P14
65
15
22
3
ATV312HU40N4 5
1.68
RL-01202
100
HxL36015
65
GV3P13
65
20
22
3
ATV312HU55N4 22
1.29
RL-01802
100
HxL36020
65
GV3P18
65
30
22
5
ATV312HU75N4 22
0.912
RL-02502
100
HxL36030
65
GV3P25
65
35
22
7.5
ATV312HD11N4 22
0.694
RL-03502
100
HxL36035
65
GV3P32
65
50
22
10
ATV312HD15N4 22
0.569
RL-04502
100
HxL36050
65
GV3P40
65
70
22
1
The Altivar™ 312 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive as many other drives are rated. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of
the drive, these short circuit rating have been obtained by testing the weakest point internal to the ATV312 per UL508C. These ratings allow proper coordination of
short circuit protection. The amp rating of the short circuit protection devices in the table are maximum values. Smaller amp sizes may be used.
2 Ratings also apply to ATV312 Type 1 product, ie: an ATV312 fitted with a conduit box.
3 Ratings apply to an ATV312 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum enclosure volume is 3.375 times the drive volume .
4 480 V ratings are for Wye connected electrical distribution systems. GV2P* self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV2GH7 insulating barrier
to meet UL 508 Type E rating. GV3P** must be used with GV3G66 and GVAM11 in order to meet UL508 rating.
5 Fuse type can be Class J, fast acting or time delay, or Class CC.
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Table 58:
ATV61 Combination Ratings
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 2
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
HJL36015
HJL36025
HJL36040
HJL36040
HJL36060
HJL36070
HJL36110
HJL36125
JJL36175
JJL36200
JJL36250
JJL36250
JJL36250
LAL36400
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36025
HLL36035
HLL36050
HLL36060
HLL36080
HLL36100
HLL36125
HLL36150
JLL36175
JLL36225
JLL36250
JLL36250
KCL34250
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36020
HLL36025
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
22
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
50
50
50
50
50
GV2P/3P
SCCR
Type
(kA)
5
E
Fuse (A)
SCCR
600 V
(kA)
6
Class J
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
RL00401
RL00801
RL01201
RL01801
RL01801
RL02501
RL03501
RL04501
RL05501
RL08001
RL10001
RL13001
RL16001
RL20001
RL00201
RL00402
RL00402
RL00802
RL00802
RL01202
RL01802
RL02502
RL03502
RL03502
RL04502
RL05502
RL08002
RL08002
RL10002
RL13002
RL13002
RL00403
RL00403
RL00803
RL01203
RL01203
SCCR
(kA)
with Fuses 3
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
3
1.5
1.25
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.075
0.055
12
6.5
6.5
3
3
2.5
1.5
1.2
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.2
9
9
5
3
2.5
PowerPact 4
with GVxP 3
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
Line
Reactor
Reference
Output Interrupt
rating: kAIC
(hp) (A) Reference:
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
with Circuit Breaker 3
Input Rating: (kA) 1
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar 61
575 V
Three-phase
380/480 V
Three-phase
200/240 V
Three-phase
Three-phase Input, with line reactor
44
1
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
1
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
100
3
—
5
7.5
10
4.8
8
11
13.7
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
88
120
144
176
2.3
4.1
5.8
7.8
10.5
14.3
17.6
27.7
33
41
48
66
79
94
116
160
160
3.9
5.8
6.1
9
11
ATV61H075M3
ATV61HU15M3
ATV61HU22M3
ATV61HU30M3
ATV61HU40M3
ATV61HU55M3
ATV61HU75M3
ATV61HD11M3X
ATV61HD15M3X
ATV61HD18M3X
ATV61HD22M3X
ATV61HD30M3X
ATV61HD37M3X
ATV61HD45M3X
ATV61H075N4
ATV61HU15N4
ATV61HU22N4
ATV61HU30N4
ATV61HU40N4
ATV61HU55N4
ATV61HU75N4
ATV61HD11N4
ATV61HD15N4
ATV61HD18N4
ATV61HD22N4
ATV61HD30N4
ATV61HD37N4
ATV61HD45N4
ATV61HD55N4
ATV61HD75N4
ATV61HD75N4
ATV61HU22S6X
ATV61HU30S6X
ATV61HU40S6X
ATV61HU55S6X
ATV61HU75S6X
5
5
5
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
10
5
5
5
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
13215
8640
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
38250
38250
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV3P18
GV3P18
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
—
GV2P08
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV2P14
GV3P13
GV3P25
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
—
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
1920
1920
1920
2880
4032
5760
5760
—
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
1600
1920
1920
2880
2880
4032
5760
8640
8640
10368
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
15
25
40
40
60
70
110
125
175
200
250
250
250
400
15
15
15
15
25
35
50
60
80
100
125
150
175
225
250
250
250
6
6
10
15
20
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
22
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
13215
8640
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
38250
38250
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
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Short Circuit Protection for Drives
ATV61 Combination Ratings (continued)
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
3.9
5.8
6.1
9
11
17
22
27
32
41
52
62
77
99
ATV61HU30Y
ATV61HU40Y
ATV61HU55Y
ATV61HU75Y
ATV61HD11Y
ATV61HD15Y
ATV61HD18Y
ATV61HD22Y
ATV61HD30Y
ATV61HD37Y
ATV61HD45Y
ATV61HD55Y
ATV61HD75Y
ATV61HD90Y
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
RL00403
RL00803
RL00803
RL00802
RL01202
RL01802
RL02502
RL02502
RL03502
RL04502
RL05502
RL08002
RL08002
RL10002
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.15
0.185
Fuse (A)
SCCR
600 V
(kA)
6
Class J
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
9
5
5
3
2.5
1.5
1.2
1.2
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
GV2P/3P
SCCR
Type
(kA)
5
E
with Fuses 3
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
Line
Reactor
Reference
with GVxP 3
Mimimum
Enclosure Volume (in 3)
(hp) (A) Reference:
Output Interrupt
rating: kAIC
Input Rating: (kA) 1
with Circuit Breaker 3
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
500/690 V
Three-phase
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar 61
PowerPact 4
SCCR
(kA)
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
10
10
15
20
25
35
45
60
60
90
100
125
150
175
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
9792
9792
9792
9792
9792
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
HJL36015
HJL36025
HJL36040
HJL36040
HJL36110
JJL36175
JJL36200
JJL36250
JJL36250
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
—
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
—
GV2P104
GV2P14
GV3P18
GV3P18
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
4017
1920
4032
5760
—
—
—
—
15
25
40
40
110
175
200
250
250
300
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
1078
1078
1550
1550
2719
4036
4900
9640
9640
9640
RL02502
RL03502
RL05502
RL08002
RL10002
RL13002
RL16002
RL20003B14
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
HJL36060
HJL36070
HJL36110
JJL36175
JJL36250
JJL36250
JJL36250
—
5
5
22
22
22
22
100
—
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
8640
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
1920
2880
4032
5760
—
—
—
—
60
70
110
175
250
250
250
300
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
1550
1987
2719
4036
4900
9640
9640
9640
200/240 V
Single-phase
Single-phase Input, without line reactor
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
3
4.8
8
11
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
ATV61H075M3
ATV61HU15M3
ATV61HU22M3
ATV61HU30M3
ATV61HU75M3
ATV61HD15M3X
ATV61HD18M3X
ATV61HD30M3X
ATV61HD37M3X
ATV61HD45M3X
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
200/240 V
Single-phase
Single-phase Input, line reactor
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
13.7
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
88
ATV61HU40M3
ATV61HU55M3
ATV61HU75M3
ATV61HD15M3X
ATV61HD22M3X
ATV61HD30M3X
ATV61HD37M3X
ATV61HD45M3X
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
1
This column shows the maximum prospective short circuit current value the Altivar™ 61 can be installed on without adding impedance to the drive. Electrical
distribution systems with a higher prospective short circuit current will cause higher input currents in the front end of the drive. Add the inductance referred to in the
table at the input of the drive if installing the drive on a system with higher available fault current.
2 The Altivar 61 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these short circuit rating
have been obtained by shorting components internal to the Altivar 61 These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit protection. The integral solid state short
circuit protection in the drive does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and any local codes. The listed line reactor or minimum impedance is required to obtain ratings above the Input Rating.
3 Ratings apply to an Altivar 61 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure.
4 Circuit breakers with lower interrupt ratings can be used, such as:
• For 200 / 240 Vac, replace with HGL or JGL for 65kA interrupt rating.
• For 380 / 480, replace with HGL or JGL for 35kA or HJL or JJL for 65kA interrupt rating.
• For 575 / 600, replace with HJL for 25kA or HGL for 18kA, or HDL for 14kA interrupt rating.
5 480 V ratings are for Wye connected electrical distribution systems. GV2P* self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV2GH7 insulating barrier
to meet UL 508 Type E rating GV3Ppp self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV3G66 + GVAM11 insulating barrier to meet UL 508 Type E
rating. GV3P* self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV3G66 + GVAM11 insulating barrier to meet UL 508 Type E rating.
6 Use Bussmann fuses. Fuse type can be fast acting or time delay Class J, or Class CC unless otherwise noted. For 575 - 690 Vac rated drives, use Ferraz Shawmut
Class J fast acting fuse.
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ATV61 Combination Ratings
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 2
(hp) (A) Reference:
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
with Circuit Breaker 3
Input Rating: (kA) 1
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar™ 61
with Fuses 3
Line
Reactor
Reference
Output
Interrupt
rating:
kAIC
PowerPact 4
SCCR
(kA)
Mimimum
Enclosure
Volume
(in 3)
Fuse (A)
SCCR
600 V Class
(kA)
J6
Mimimum
Enclosure
Volume
(in 3)
0.045
RL25001
100
—
—
—
350
10
22749
0.04
RL32001
100
—
—
—
350
10
22749
500/690 V
Three-phase
380/480 V
Three-phase
200/240 V
Threephase
Three-phase Input, with line reactor
75
221 ATV61HD55M3X 35
100 285 ATV61HD75M3X 35
125 359 ATV61HD90M3X 35
0.03
RL40001
100
—
—
—
450
10
22749
125 179 ATV61HD90N4
35
0.15
RL16002
100
LIL36300
100
45900
300
100
45900
150 215 ATV61HC11N4
35
0.11
RL20002
100
LIL36400
100
45900
400
100
45900
200 259 ATV61HC13N4
35
0.09
RL25002
100
LIL36400
100
45900
400
100
45900
250 314 ATV61HC16N4
50
0.075
RL32002
100
MHL36600
100
45900
600
100
45900
350 427 ATV61HC22N4
50
0.05
RL50002
100
—
—
—
600
100
53550
400 481 ATV61HC25N4
50
0.05
RL50002
100
—
—
—
600
100
53550
500 616 ATV61HC31N4
50
0.04
RL60002
100
—
—
—
600 5
100
53550
600 759 ATV61HC40N4
30
0.029
RL75002
100
—
—
—
900 7
30
95579
700 941 ATV61HC50N4
30
0.027
RL85002B14
100
—
—
—
2 x 600 6
42
95579
900 1188 ATV61HC63N4
30
0.019
RL120002B14 100
—
—
—
2 x 800 5
42
120265
125 125 ATV61HC11Y
28
0.2
RL13002
100
—
—
—
160 6
28
31117
150 150 ATV61HC13Y
28
0.15
RL16002
100
—
—
—
200 6
28
31117
—
180 ATV61HC16Y
35
0.11
RL20002
100
—
—
—
250 6
35
31117
200 220 ATV61HC20Y
35
0.11
RL20002
100
—
—
—
300 6
35
31117
250 290 ATV61HC25Y
35
0.09
RL25002
100
—
—
—
400 6
35
54450
350 355 ATV61HC31Y
35
0.06
RL40002
100
—
—
—
500 6
35
54450
450 420 ATV61HC40Y
42
0.05
RL50002
100
—
—
—
600 6
42
54450
550 543 ATV61HC50Y
42
0.04
RL60002
100
—
—
—
2 x 400 6
42
120265
700 675 ATV61HC63Y
42
0.029
RL75002
100
—
—
—
2 x 500 6
42
120265
800 840 ATV61HC80Y
42
0.022
RL100002B14 100
—
—
—
2 x 600 6
42
120265
1 Electrical
distribution systems with a higher prospective short circuit current will cause higher input currents in the front end of the drive. Add the inductance referred
to in the table at the input of the drive if installing the drive on a system with higher prospective short circuit current. This column shows the maximum prospective
short circuit current value the 200/240V and 380/480V Altivar 61 can be installed on without adding impedance to the drive. A 3% (minimum) input line reactor or
equivalent inductance is required for these 575/690 Vac Altivar 61s and provides the listed value with the listed fuse protection. Add the inductance refered to in the
table. Line reactor references are rated for 600Vac.
2 The Altivar 61 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these short circuit rating
have been obtained by shorting components internal to the Altivar 61. These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit protection. Note: The integral solid state
short circuit protection in the drive does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and any local codes. The listed line reactor or minimum impedance is required to obtain ratings above the Input Rating.
3 Ratings apply to an Altivar 61 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum enclosure volume allows for the specified SCCR. Your
application specific thermal requirements may require a larger enclosure
4 Use Bussmann fuses. Fuse type can be fast acting or time delay Class J, unless otherwise noted.
5 Fuse type must be Class T fast acting fuses.
6 Fuse type must be fast acting Class J fuses unless otherwise noted.
7 Fuse type must be semi-conductor fuses.
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Altivar™ 71 AC Drives
ATV71 Combination Ratings
Containment Short Circuit Current Ratings 2
PowerPact 4
SCCR
(kA)
GV2P/3P SCCR
Type E 5 (kA)
HJL36015
HJL36015
HJL36025
HJL36035
HJL36035
HJL36060
HJL36080
HJL36110
HJL36110
HJL36150
JJL36175
JJL36200
JJL36250
JJL36250
LAL36400
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36025
HLL36040
HLL36050
HLL36070
HLL36100
HLL36090
HLL36100
HLL36125
HLL36150
JLL36200
JLL36225
JLL36250
KCL34250
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36015
HLL36020
HLL36025
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
22
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
50
50
50
50
50
50
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
13215
8640
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
38250
38250
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
GV2P08
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV3P18
GV3P18
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
—
GV2P08
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV2P14
GV3P13
GV3P25
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
with Fuses 3
Fuse (A)
SCCR
600 V
(kA)
6
Class J
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
with GVxP 3
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
Line
Reactor
Reference
Output Interrupt
rating: kAIC
(hp) (A) Reference:
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
with Circuit Breaker 3
Input Rating: (kA) 1
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar 71
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
Table 60:
15
15
25
35
35
60
80
110
110
150
175
200
250
250
400
15
15
15
15
25
40
50
70
100
90
100
125
150
200
225
250
250
6
6
6
10
15
20
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
13215
8640
4017
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
38250
38250
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
3898
575 V
Three-phase
308/480 V
Three-phase
200/240 V
Three-phase
Three-phase Input, with line reactor
0.5
1
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
1
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
100
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
3
4.8
8
11
13.7
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
88
120
144
176
2.3
4.1
5.8
7.8
10.5
14.3
17.6
27.7
33
41
48
66
79
94
116
160
160
2.7
3.9
5.8
6.1
9
11
ATV71H037M3
ATV71H075M3
ATV71HU15M3
ATV71HU22M3
ATV71HU30M3
ATV71HU40M3
ATV71HU55M3
ATV71HU75M3
ATV71HD11M3X
ATV71HD15M3X
ATV71HD18M3X
ATV71HD22M3X
ATV71HD30M3X
ATV71HD37M3X
ATV71HD45M3X
ATV71H075N4
ATV71HU15N4
ATV71HU22N4
ATV71HU30N4
ATV71HU40N4
ATV71HU55N4
ATV71HU75N4
ATV71HD11N4
ATV71HD15N4
ATV71HD18N4
ATV71HD22N4
ATV71HD30N4
ATV71HD37N4
ATV71HD45N4
ATV71HD55N4
ATV71HD75N4
ATV71HD75N4
ATV71HU15S6X
ATV71HU22S6X
ATV71HU30S6X
ATV71HU40S6X
ATV71HU55S6X
ATV71HU75S6X
5
5
5
5
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
10
5
5
5
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
3
1.5
1.25
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.075
0.055
0.055
12
6.5
6.5
3
3
2.5
1.5
1.2
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.2
9
9
9
5
3
2.5
RL00401
RL00401
RL00801
RL01201
RL01801
RL01801
RL02501
RL03501
RL04501
RL05501
RL08001
RL10001
RL13001
RL16001
RL20001
RL00201
RL00402
RL00402
RL00802
RL00802
RL01202
RL01802
RL02502
RL03502
RL03502
RL04502
RL05502
RL08002
RL08002
RL10002
RL13002
RL13002
RL00403
RL00403
RL00403
RL00803
RL01203
RL01203
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100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
—
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
1600
1920
1920
1920
2880
4032
5760
5760
—
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
1600
1920
1920
2880
2880
4032
5760
8640
8640
10368
—
—
—
—
—
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
22
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
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Motor Control Solutions
Short Circuit Protection for Drives
8536DB0901
Rev. 11/11, 1/2013
Altivar™ 71 AC Drives
Table 60:
ATV71 Combination Ratings (continued)
Containment Short Circuit Current Ratings 2
2.7
3.9
5.8
6.1
9
11
17
22
27
32
41
52
62
77
99
ATV71HU22Y
ATV71HU30Y
ATV71HU40Y
ATV71HU55Y
ATV71HU75Y
ATV71HD11Y
ATV71HD15Y
ATV71HD18Y
ATV71HD22Y
ATV71HD30Y
ATV71HD37Y
ATV71HD45Y
ATV71HD55Y
ATV71HD75Y
ATV71HD90Y
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
RL00403
RL00403
RL00803
RL00803
RL00802
RL01202
RL01802
RL02502
RL02502
RL03502
RL04502
RL05502
RL08002
RL08002
RL10002
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
6
10
10
15
20
25
35
45
60
60
90
100
125
150
175
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
8640
9792
9792
9792
9792
9792
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
HJL36015
HJL36025
HJL36035
HJL36035
HJL36110
HJL36150
JJL36175
JJL36250
JJL36250
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
—
4017
4017
4017
4017
6528
6528
13215
13215
13215
—
GV2P10
GV2P14
GV3P18
GV3P18
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
1600
1600
4017
1920
4032
5760
—
—
—
—
15
25
35
35
110
150
175
250
250
300
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
1078
1078
1550
1550
2719
4036
4900
9640
9640
9640
1
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.15
0.185
RL02502
RL03502
RL05502
RL08002
RL10002
RL13002
RL16002
RL20003B14
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
HJL36060
HJL36080
HJL36110
HJL36150
JJL36200
JJL36250
JJL36250
LAL36400
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
6528
6528
6528
6528
13215
6528
6528
8640
GV3P25
GV3P40
GV3P50
GV3P65
—
—
—
-—
65
65
65
65
—
—
—
—
1920
2880
4032
5760
—
—
—
—
60
80
110
150
200
250
250
300
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
1550
1987
2719
4036
4900
9640
9640
9640
9
9
5
5
3
2.5
1.5
1.2
1.2
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
Output Interrupt
rating: kAIC
Fuse (A)
SCCR
600 V
(kA)
Class J 6
Line
Reactor
Reference
PowerPact 4
SCCR
(kA)
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
with Fuses 3
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
2
3
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
with GVxP 3
GV2P/3P SCCR
Type E 5 (kA)
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
(hp) (A) Reference:
Input Rating: (kA) 1
with Circuit Breaker 3
Mimimum Enclosure
Volume (in 3)
500/690 V
Three-phase
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar 71
200/240 V
Single-phase
Single-phase Input, without line reactor
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
3
4.8
8
11
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
ATV71H075M3
ATV71HU15M3
ATV71HU22M3
ATV71HU30M3
ATV71HU75M3
ATV71HD15M3X
ATV71HD18M3X
ATV71HD30M3X
ATV71HD37M3X
ATV71HD45M3X
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
200/240 V
Single-phase
Single-phase Input, with line reactor
—
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
13.7
17.5
27.5
33
54
66
75
88
ATV71HU40M3
ATV71HU55M3
ATV71HU75M3
ATV71HD15M3X
ATV71HD22M3X
ATV71HD30M3X
ATV71HD37M3X
ATV71HD45M3X
5
5
22
22
22
22
22
22
1
This column shows the maximum prospective short circuit current value the Altivar™ 71 can be installed on without adding impedance to the drive. Electrical
distribution systems with a higher prospective short circuit current will cause higher input currents in the front end of the drive. Add the inductance referred to in the
table at the input of the drive if installing the drive on a system with higher prospective short circuit current.
2 The Altivar 71 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these short circuit rating
have been obtained by shorting components internal to the Altivar 71. These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit protection. The integral solid state short
circuit protection in the drive does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and any local codes. The listed line reactor or minimum impedance is required to obtain ratings above the Input Rating.
3 Ratings apply to an Altivar 71 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum enclosure volume allows for the specified SCCR. Your
application specific thermal requirements may require a larger enclosure.
4 Circuit breakers with lower interrupt ratings can be used, such as:
• For 200/240 Vac, replace with HGL or JGL for 65kA interrupt rating.
• For 380/480, replace with HGL or JGL for 35kA or HJL or JJL for 65kA interrupt rating.
• For 575/600, replace with HJL for 25kA or HGL for 18kA, or HDL for 14kA interrupt rating
5 480 V ratings are for Wye connected electrical distribution systems. GV2P* self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV2GH7 insulating barrier
to meet UL 508 Type E rating. GV3P* self protected manual combination starter must be used with GV3G66 + GVAM11 insulating barrier to mett UL 509 Type E rating.
6 Use Bussmann fuses. Fuse type can be fast acting or time delay Class J, or Class CC unless otherwise noted. For 575–690 Vac rated drives, use Ferraz Shawmut
Class J fast acting fuse.
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Rev. 11/11, 1/2013
Table 61:
Motor Control Solutions
Short Circuit Protection for Drives
ATV71 High Horsepower Combination Ratings
Containment Short Circuit Current Rating 2
(hp) (A)
Reference:
Mimimum
inductance (mH)
with Circuit Breaker 3
Input Rating: (kA) 1
Input Voltage
50/60 Hz
Altivar™ 71
with Fuses3
Output
Mimimum
Line
Interrupt
SCCR Enclosure
4
Reactor
PowerPact
rating:
(kA)
Volume
Reference
kAIC
(in 3)
Mimimum
Fuse (A)
SCCR Enclosure
600 V
(kA)
Volume
Class J 4
(in 3)
500/690 V
Three-phase
380/480 V
Three-phase
200/240 V
Three-phase
Three-phase Input, with line reactor
75
221
ATV71HD55M3X 35
0.045
RL25001
100
—
—
—
350
10
22749
100
285
ATV71HD75M3X 35
0.04
RL32001
100
—
—
—
450
10
28416
125
179
ATV71HD90N4
35
0.15
RL16002
100
LIL36300
100
45900
300
100
45900
150
215
ATV71HC11N4
35
0.11
RL20002
100
LIL36300
100
45900
300
100
45900
200
259
ATV71HC13N4
35
0.09
RL25002
100
LIL36400
100
45900
400
100
45900
250
314
ATV71HC16N4
50
0.075
RL32002
100
—
—
—
400
100
45900
300
387
ATV71HC20N4
50
0.06
RL40002
100
—
—
—
500
100
53550
400
481
ATV71HC25N4
50
0.05
RL50002
100
—
—
—
600
100
53550
450
550
ATV71HC28N4
50
0.04
RL60002
100
—
—
—
700 5
18
53550
500
616
ATV71HC31N4
30
0.04
RL60002
100
—
—
—
800 5
30
95579
600
759
ATV71HC40N4
30
0.029
RL75002
100
—
—
—
2 x 500 6
30
95579
700
941
ATV71HC50N4
30
0.027
RL85002B14 100
—
—
—
2 x 600 6
30
120265
125
125
ATV71HC11Y
28
0.2
RL13002
100
—
—
—
200 6
28
31117
150
150
ATV71HC13Y
28
0.15
RL16002
100
—
—
—
200 6
28
31117
—
180
ATV71HC16Y
35
0.11
RL20002
100
—
—
—
250 6
35
31117
200
220 / 200 ATV71HC20Y
35
0.11
RL20002
100
—
—
—
300 6
35
54450
250
290
ATV71HC25Y
35
0.09
RL25002
100
—
—
—
400 6
35
54450
350
355
ATV71HC31Y
35
0.06
RL40002
100
—
—
—
500 6
35
54450
450
420
ATV71HC40Y
42
0.05
RL50002
100
—
—
—
2 x 300 6
42
120265
550
543
ATV71HC50Y
42
0.04
RL60002
100
—
—
—
2 x 400 6
42
120265
700
675
ATV71HC63Y
42
0.029
RL75002
100
—
—
—
2 x 500 6
42
120265
1 Electrical
distribution systems with a higher prospective short circuit current will cause higher input currents in the front end of the drive. Add the inductance referred
to in the table at the input of the drive if installing the drive on a system with higher prospective short circuit current. This column shows the maximum prospective
short circuit current value the 200/240V and 380/480V Altivar 71 can be installed on without adding impedance to the drive. A 3% (minimum) input line reactor or
equivalent inductance is required for these 575/690 Vac Altivar 71s and provides the listed value with the listed fuse protection. Add the inductance refered to in the
table. Line reactor references are rated for 600Vac.
2 The Altivar 71 has a 100k SCC rating on the output of the drive. In addition to providing a rating based on shorting the output of the drive, these short circuit rating
have been obtained by shorting components internal to the Altivar 71. These ratings allow proper coordination of short circuit protection. Note: The integral solid state
short circuit protection in the drive does not provide branch circuit protection. Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and any local codes. The listed line reactor or minimum impedance is required to obtain ratings above the Input Rating.
3 Ratings apply to an Altivar 71 mounted in a non-ventilated Type 1, 3R, 4(X) or 12 rated enclosure. Minimum enclosure volume allows for the specified SCCR. Your
application specific thermal requirements may require a larger enclosure
4 Use Bussmann fuses. Fuse type can be fast acting or time delay Class J, unless otherwise noted.
5 Fuse type must be Class T fast acting fuses.
6 Fuse type must be fast acting Class J fuses unless otherwise noted.
7 Fuse type must be semi-conductor fuses.
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Motor Control Solutions
Short Circuit Protection for Soft Starters
8536DB0901
Rev. 11/11, 1/2013
Short Circuit Protection for Soft Starters
Altistart™ 22 Soft Starters
Table 62:
Altistart 22 Combination Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR)
Recommended combination ratings with fuse or circuit breaker protective device for ATS22•••S6U.
SCCR Ratings 5
Altistart 22
Power
indicated
on rating Reference
plate
(HP)
NEC
Full
Load
Current
(A)
Minimum Enclosure
Volume
With Fuses 6
With Circuit Breaker
PowerPact 1, 2
(Innverse
Time)
C1, C2 4
PowerPact 1, 2
SCCR Molded
(Instantaneous(kA) Case
Trip)
B4
Switches
4
C1, C2
TeSys™
Fuse
SCCR Contactor 8 No TeSys
With TeSys
(A)
(kA)
Contactor 4 Contactor 4
C1,
B4
(in 3)
(in 3)
C2 4
208 VA
3
ATS22D17S6U 10.6
HLL36040
HLL36030M71
100
HLL36000S15 15
100
LC•D18
2310
7.5
ATS22D32S6U 24.2
HLL36070
HLL36050M72
100
HLL36000S15 40
100
LC•D32
2310
4158
10
ATS22D47S6U 30.8
HLL36100
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 50
100
LC•D40A
2310
4158
15
ATS22D62S6U 46.2
HLL36125
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 80
100
LC•D50A
2772
4620
20
ATS22D75S6U 59.4
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 100
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
25
ATS22D88S6U 74.8
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 125
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
30
ATS22C11S6U 88
JLL36250
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 150
100
LC•D115
3696
6468
40
ATS22C14S6U 114
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
HLL36000S15 200
100
LC•D150
3696
6468
50
ATS22C17S6U 143
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
JLL36000S25 250
100
LC•F185
3696
6468
100
JLL36000S25
250
DLL36600S60
100
LC•F265
11267
45000
DLL36600S60 350
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
60
ATS22C21S6U 169
DLL36400
JLL36250M75
DLL36400M36
LHL36350
LHL3640031M
42
LHL36400
LHL3640032M
42
DLL36400
DLL36400M36
100
4158
75
ATS22C25S6U 211
100
ATS22C32S6U 273
DLL36600
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 450
100
LC•F400
11267
45000
125
ATS22C41S6U 343
DLL36600
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 600
100
LC•F500
11267
45000
PLL34080M68
100
PLL34000S60 700
100
LC•F500
10584
34272
150
ATS22C48S6U 396
MJL36800
PLL34080
230 VA
5
ATS22D17S6U 15.2
HLL36040
HLL36030M71
100
HLL36000S15 30
100
LC•D25
2310
4158
10
ATS22D32S6U 28
HLL36070
HLL36050M72
100
HLL36000S15 45
100
LC•D32
2310
4158
15
ATS22D47S6U 42
HLL36100
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 70
100
LC•D50A
2310
4158
20
ATS22D62S6U 54
HLL36125
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 90
100
LC•D65A
2772
4620
25
ATS22D75S6U 68
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 110
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
30
ATS22D88S6U 80
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 125
100
LC•D115
2772
4620
40
ATS22C11S6U 104
JLL36250
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 175
100
LC•D150
3696
6468
50
ATS22C14S6U 130
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
JLL36000S17 225
100
LC•D150
3696
6468
60
ATS22C17S6U 154
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
JLL36000S25 250
100
LC•F185
3696
6468
75
ATS22C21S6U 192
100
JLL36000S25
300
DLL36600S60
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
DLL36600S60 400
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
DLL36400
JLL36250M75
DLL36400M36
LHL36350
LHL3640031M
42
LHL36400
LHL3640032M
42
DLL36400
DLL36400M36
100
100
ATS22C25S6U 248
125
ATS22C32S6U 312
DLL36600
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 500
100
LC•F400
11267
45000
150
ATS22C41S6U 360
DLL36600
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 600
100
LC•F500
11267
45000
PLL34080M68
100
PLL34000S80 800
100
LC•F630
10584
34272
200
50
ATS22C59S6U 480
MJL36800
PLL34080
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Table 62:
Altistart 22 Combination Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) (continued)
Recommended combination ratings with fuse or circuit breaker protective device for ATS22•••S6U.
SCCR Ratings 5
Altistart 22
Power
indicated
on rating Reference
plate
(HP)
NEC
Full
Load
Current
(A)
Minimum Enclosure
Volume
With Fuses 6
With Circuit Breaker
PowerPact 1, 2
(Innverse
Time)
C1, C2 4
PowerPact 1, 2
SCCR Molded
(Instantaneous(kA) Case
Trip)
B4
Switches
4
C1, C2
TeSys™
Fuse
SCCR Contactor 8 No TeSys
With TeSys
(A)
(kA)
Contactor 4 Contactor 4
C1,
B4
(in 3)
(in 3)
C2 4
460 VA
10
ATS22D17S6U 14
HLL36040
HLL36030M71
100
HLL36000S15 20
100
LC•D18
2310
4158
20
ATS22D32S6U 27
HLL36070
HLL36050M72
100
HLL36000S15 35
100
LC•D32
2310
4158
30
ATS22D47S6U 40
HLL36100
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 70
100
LC•D50A
2310
4158
40
ATS22D62S6U 52
HLL36125
HLL36100M73
100
HLL36000S15 90
100
LC•D65A
2772
4620
50
ATS22D75S6U 65
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 110
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
60
ATS22D88S6U 77
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 125
100
LC•D115
2772
4620
75
ATS22C11S6U 96
JLL36250
HLL36150M74
100
HLL36000S15 150
100
LC•D115
3696
6468
100
ATS22C14S6U 124
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
JLL36000S17 200
100
LC•D150
3696
6468
125
ATS22C17S6U 156
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
100
JLL36000S25 250
100
LC•F185
3696
6468
DLL36400
JLL36250M75
LIL36350
DLL36400M36
100
JLL36000S25
300
DLL36600S60
100
LC•F265
11267
45000
LHL36350
LHL3640031M
42
LHL36400
LHL3640032M
42
DLL36400M36
100
DLL36600S60 400
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 500
100
LC•F400
11267
45000
DLL36600M42
100
DLL36600S60 600
100
LC•F500
11267
45000
PLL34000S60 700
100
LC•F500
10584
34272
PLL34000S60 800
100
LC•F360
10584
34272
150
200
ATS22C21S6U 180
ATS22C25S6U 240
DLL36400
LIL36400
250
ATS22C32S6U 302
300
ATS22C41S6U 361
350
ATS22C48S6U 414
400
ATS22C59S6U 477
DLL36600
LIL36500
DLL36600
LIL36600
MJL36800
—
65
PLL34080
PLL34080M68
100
MJL36800
—
65
PLL34080
PLL34080M68
100
575 VA
15
ATS22D17S6U 17
HLL36040
HLL36030M71
50
HLL36000S15 25
100
LC•D40A
2310
4158
25
ATS22D32S6U 27
HLL36070
HLL36050M72
50
HLL36000S15 45
100
LC•D40A
2310
4158
40
ATS22D47S6U 41
HLL36100
HLL36100M73
50
HLL36000S15 70
100
LC•D50A
2310
4158
50
ATS22D62S6U 52
HLL36125
HLL36100M73
50
HLL36000S15 90
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
60
ATS22D75S6U 62
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
50
HLL36000S15 100
100
LC•D80
2772
4620
75
ATS22D88S6U 77
HLL36150
HLL36150M74
50
HLL36000S15 125
100
LC•D115
2772
4620
100
ATS22C11S6U 99
JLL36250
HLL36150M74
50
HLL36000S15 150
100
LC•D115
3696
6468
125
ATS22C14S6U 125
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
50
JLL36000S17 200
100
LC•D150
3696
6468
150
ATS22C17S6U 144
JLL36250
JLL36250M75
50
JLL36000S25 250
100
LC•F185
3696
6468
DLL364003
JLL36250M75
LIL36350
DLL36400M363
50
JLL36000S25
300
DLL36600S60
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
LHL36350
LHL3640031M
18
DLL36400M363
50
DLL36600S60 400
100
LC•F330
11267
45000
LHL3640032M
18
DLL36600M423
50
DLL36600S60 500
100
LC•F400
11267
45000
200
ATS22C21S6U 192
DLL364003
250
ATS22C25S6U 242
LIL36400
LHL36400
300
ATS22C32S6U 289
DLL366003
LIL36500
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Table 62:
Altistart 22 Combination Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) (continued)
Recommended combination ratings with fuse or circuit breaker protective device for ATS22•••S6U.
SCCR Ratings 5
Altistart 22
Power
indicated
on rating Reference
plate
(HP)
NEC
Full
Load
Current
(A)
350
ATS22C41S6U 336
400
ATS22C48S6U 382
500
ATS22C59S6U 472
PowerPact 1, 2
(Innverse
Time)
C1, C2 4
DLL366003
LIL36600
PowerPact 1, 2
SCCR Molded
(Instantaneous(kA) Case
Trip)
B4
Switches
4
C1, C2
DLL36600M423
Minimum Enclosure
Volume
With Fuses 6
With Circuit Breaker
50
MJL36800
—
25
PKL36080
PKL36080M68
50
MJL36800
—
25
PKL36080
PKL36080M68
50
TeSys™
Fuse
SCCR Contactor 8 No TeSys
With TeSys
(A)
(kA)
Contactor 4 Contactor 4
C1,
B4
(in 3)
(in 3)
C2 4
DLL36600S60 500
100
LC•F500
11267
45000
PKL36000S60 600
100
LC•F500
10584
34272
PKL36000S80 800
100
LC•F630
10584
34272
1 Square D PowerPact circuit breakers. Maximum breaker size for SCCR is shown. The third character of the breaker catalog number may be an “L”, an “F”, an “M” or a “P”.
The following types of Square D breakers with lower interrupting ratings may be substituted for the breakers shown: HD, HG, HJ, JD, JG, JJ, DG, DJ, MG, PG, PJ, PK.
A smaller ampacity breaker within the same product family may be substituted for the one described.
Short circuit rating of the combination exceeds the rating of the circuit breaker. Combinations including F500 contactor are rated 35 kA at 600 V.
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than ___B___rms symmetrical kiloAmperes, ___A___Volts maximum, when protected by ___C1___ with a
maximum rating of ___C2___.
5 For all models, rating indicates standard use conditions. For heavy duty condition, the user manual must be referred to.
6 Molded case switches provide the disconnecting means, and fuses provide the short circuit protection. The molded case switch part numbers are only suggestions. Customer
may choose to use similar approved disconnecting means.
7 JLL36000S17 may be replaced by JLL36000S25.
8 Contactor may be LC1 or LC2 type. The next larger contactor may be substituted for the one shown. Contactors may be used in conjuction with circuit breaker protection
and ATS22 soft starter for line and load isolation applications.
2
3
4
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Altistart™ 48 Soft Starters
Tested combination short-circuit ratings for Altistart 48 soft starters are
posted on UL’s Combination Motor Controller website under the Square D
Soft-Starts link: http://www.ul.com/global/eng/pages/offerings/industries/
powerandcontrols/industrialcontrolequipment/shortcircuit/
Altistart 48 Soft Starters 1
Table 63:
Standard Duty Motor (Low Inertia Loads) 2
Maximum Horsepower
208 V
Altistart 48
230 V
400 V
460 V
Altistart Soft Starts
Rated
A
575 V
Catalog
Number
3
5
5.5
10
15
17
5
7.5
7.5
15
20
22
ATS48D22Y
7.5
10
11
20
25
32
ATS48D32Y
10
—
15
25
30
38
ATS48D38Y
—
15
18.5
30
40
47
ATS48D47Y
15
20
22
40
50
62
ATS48D62Y
20
25
30
50
60
75
ATS48D75Y
25
30
37
60
75
88
ATS48D88Y
30
40
45
75
100
110
ATS48C11Y
40
50
55
100
125
140
ATS48C14Y
50
60
75
125
150
170
ATS48C17Y
60
75
90
150
200
210
ATS48C21Y
75
100
110
200
250
250
ATS48C25Y
100
125
132
250
300
320
ATS48C32Y
125
150
160
300
350
410
ATS48C41Y
150
—
220
350
400
480
ATS48C48Y
—
200
250
400
500
590
ATS48C59Y
200
250
315
500
600
660
ATS48C66Y
250
300
355
600
800
790
ATS48C79Y
350
350
400
800
1000
1000
ATS48M10Y
400
450
500
1000
1200
1200
ATS48M12Y
1
2
ATS48D17Y
Motor full load amperage (FLA) must not exceed the ampere rating of the soft start.
Low Inertia—Connected motor load inertia equal or less than 10 times motor rotor inertia.
High Inertia—Connected motor load inertia greater than 10 times motor rotor inertia.
Select the Altistart 48 softstart using the nameplate full-load ampere rating
of the motor and above. The horsepower ratings are for reference only.
NOTE: For severe duty or high inertia loads, derate by 1 hp size.
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Specific Requirements for the Canadian Market
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Specific Requirements for
the Canadian Market
Installation and Product
Standards
The installation standard in Canada is the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
The CEC and the NEC are similar but not 100% equivalent.
The same is true for the CSA standards and corresponding UL standards
(see Table 64 below). Some of the major differences are detailed below.
Certification Process
As in the U.S., nationally recognized testing laboratories (such as: CSA,
ETL, TUV, and UL) are able to certify equipment according to these CSA
standards. Refer to “Acceptance of Electrical Equipment in the U.S.” on
page 4.
Technical Differences between
Canadian and U.S. Standards
Some examples of differences between the Canadian and U.S. standards
that currently apply to motor starters are listed below in Table 53. The
TeSys™ product line is designed for compliance and capatibility with both
the UL and the CSA requirements.
•
Type E combination motors starters are recognized in Canada,
however, the Type F combination starters are not currently accepted in
Canada.
•
Type E applications don't require the use of large spacing adapters
when used in Canada.
•
Group installation is recognized but the rules to define the common
branch-circuit protection setting is quite different.
•
•
Industrial control panels must meet CSA C22.2 No. 14
•
Product marking requirements differ slightly.
Elevator equipment appliances must comply with the specific
CSA Nr. B44.1 standard.
Table 64:
Comparison of CSA and UL Standards
Standard Name
54
CSA Standard
UL Standard
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
CSA C22.2 No. 4
UL98
Low-Voltage Fuses: Part 1:
General Requirements
CSA C22.2 No. 248
UL248
Molded-Case Circuit Breakers,
Molded-Case Switches, and
Circuit-Breaker Enclosures
CSA C22.2 No. 5
UL489
Industrial Control Equipment
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL508
Elevator Equipment
CSA No. B44.1
Partially UL508
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Full-Load Current,
Three-Phase
Alternating-Current Motors
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Full-Load Current, Three-Phase Alternating-Current Motors
The following full-load current values conform to NEC requirements. These
value are indicative; they vary according to the type of motor, the number of
poles, and the manufacturer.
Table 65:
Induction-Type Squirrel Cage and Wound Rotor (A)
Horsepower
(hp)
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115 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
460 V
575 V
0.5
4.4
2.5
2.4
2.2
1.1
0.9
0.75
6.4
3.7
3.5
3.2
1.6
1.3
1
8.4
4.9
4.6
4.2
2.1
1.7
1.5
12.0
6.9
6.6
6.0
3.0
2.4
2
13.6
7.8
7.5
6.8
3.4
2.7
3
—
11.0
10.6
9.6
4.8
3.9
5
—
17.5
16.7
15.2
7.6
6.1
7.5
—
25.3
24.2
22
11
9
10
—
32.2
30.8
28
14
11
15
—
48.3
46.2
42
21
17
20
—
62.1
59.4
54
27
22
25
—
78.2
74.8
68
34
27
30
—
92
88
80
40
32
40
—
120
114
104
52
41
50
—
150
143
130
65
52
60
—
177
169
154
77
62
75
—
221
211
192
96
77
100
—
285
273
248
124
99
125
—
359
343
312
156
125
150
—
414
396
360
180
144
200
—
552
528
480
240
192
250
—
—
—
—
302
242
300
—
—
—
—
361
289
350
—
—
—
—
414
336
400
—
—
—
—
477
382
450
—
—
—
—
515
412
500
—
—
—
—
590
472
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Data Bulletin
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