Legrand Catalogue 2010

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programmable time switches
with digital display
037 05
047 61
047 70
047 64
Dimensions (p. 183)
For switching an electric circuit (lighting, heating) ON or OFF at selected times during a pre-programmed time period
Temporary (automatic return) or permanent (forced switching ON or OFF) override on output
Pack
Cat.Nos
Standard - daily or weekly programme with
6 years clock working reserve
Compatible with alternative renewable energy
systems such us photovoltaic panels
Automatic summer/winter changeover
Clock precision: ± 1 sec per day
Minimum programme setting: 1 min
28 programmes
Power supply 120/230 V± - 50/60 Hz
1
037 05 1 output 16 A - 250 V±
µ cos ϕ = 1 per 1 inverter contact
Low consumption: 0.1 W
Number of
modules
1
Multiple functions - daily or weekly
programme with 6 years clock working
reserve
Programme settings: on daily or weekly basis
6 languages (GB, F, E, I, D, NL)
A programme consists of a on and off time and their
assignement to certain days
Option to suspend the programme for a specific
period to set-up with start and date
Minimum programme setting: 1 min
High precision clock: ± 0.2 sec per day
Particularly suited to irregular cycles:
- security installations (access point, alarms, etc.),
- industrial installations (pump stations, etc.)
Programmed directly on keypad, or using program
transfer key Cat.No 047 72
Additional functions including impulse, random
(irregular cycles), hour counters
Number of
Power supply 230 V± - 50/60 Hz
modules
1
047 61(1) 1 output 16 A - 250 V±
2
56 programmes
µ cos ϕ = 1 per 1 inverter contact
84 impulses max.
1
047 71 2 outputs 16 A - 250 V±
2
2 x 28 programmes
µ cos ϕ = 1 per 2 inverter contacts
Power supply 120 V± - 50/60 Hz
1
6047 60(1) 1 output 16 A - 250 V±
2
56 programmes
µ cos ϕ = 1 per 1 inverter contact
84 impulses max.
Power supply 24 V± - 50/60 Hz
1
047 63(1) 1 output 16 A - 24 V±
2
56 programmes
µ cos ϕ = 1 per 1 inverter contact
84 impulses max.
Programming transfer key
10
047 72 Can be used to store programme settings made:
- Directly on a multifunction and multi-programme
time switch Cat. No. 047 61/71/63 (loading on
device)
- with the programming software installed on a PC
running Windows (loading on data loader)
Pack
Cat.Nos Multiple functions annual program
Number
Annual progam
of modules
1
047 70 Power supply 120/230 V± - 50/60 Hz
6
4 outputs
High precision clock: ± 0.2 sec per day
For programming periods throughout
the year
84 programmes per channel possible:
- 28 weekly / astronomical programmes
- 28 yearly programmes
- 28 exceptional programmes
Manual override (switch on and off) for
every channel on the front of the switch
Programmed directly on keypad, or using
programme transfer key Cat.No 047 81
Programming transfer key
1
047 81 Can be used to store program settings made:
- Directly on Cat.No 047 70 (loading on device)
- with the programming software installed on a PC
running Windows (loading on data loader)
Battery
1
047 82 Working reserve 5 years for Cat.No 047 70
Programming software
1
Can be used to create, save and transfer
program settings for multifunction and
multi-program time switches,
Cat.Nos 047 61/63/64/67/70/71
Data is transferred to the program transfer key
Cat.No 047 72, using the data loader connected to
the USB port of the PC
047 73 Kit comprising software on CD-ROM, data loader
and transfer key
Windows Vista compatible
For outdoor illuminations
Astronomical
For autonomous control of outdoor illuminations
Automatic programming: simply initialise the
products for the location with no need to install a
photoelectric cell
Programmed directly on keypad, or using programme
transfer key Cat.No 047 72
High precision clock: ± 0.2 sec per day
Number of
Power supply 230 V± - 50/60 Hz
modules
1
047 64 1 output 16 A - 250 V±
2
28 programmes
1
047 67 2 outputs 16 A - 250 V±
2
2 x 14 programmes
(1) Adjustable impulse duration from 1 sec to 59 min
These products are part of protection
and distribution systems > See p. 142-143
Red catalogue numbers : New products
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programmable time switches
programmable time switches
with analogue dial
with analogue and digital dial
n Diagrams
Cat.Nos 037 30/40/44
N
Cat.Nos 037 52/53/55
N
L
L
16 A
037 40
037 53
U1 U2 1 4 2
037 55
Dimensions (p. 183)
Output
Cat.No 047 70
Programmed via captive segment
1-module device: min. 1 segment
3-module device: min. 2 segments
Power supply: 230 V± - 50/60 Hz
3-position override switch "ON-AUTO-OFF" on front panel
Manual changeover to summer/winter time
1 outlet 16 A - 250 V± - µ cos ϕ = 1
047 70 0Hz
0V 50/6
120V/23
-20T
R6a
16A 230V
16A 230V
xxx=1
2
1
ON
AUTO
xxx=1
ON
AUTO
OFF
OFF
Pack
Cat.Nos
4
Daily programme
1 segment = 15 minutes
Accuracy: ± 5 minutes
Vertical dial
Minimum switching time: 15 mn
N/O contact
1
037 30 Without working reserve
3
L
1
ON
O
AUT
OFF
S
L
N
Number
of modules
1
1
037 40 With 100 h working reserve
Horizontal dial
Minimum switching time: 45 minutes
Changeover switch
1
037 52 Without working reserve
N
ON
O
AUT
OFF
Cat.Nos 047 61/63, 6047 60
N
L
1
3
037 53 With 100 h working reserve
3
Cat.No 047 64
Cat.No 047 67
1
3
Weekly programme
1 segment = 2 hours
Accuracy: ± 30 minutes
Vertical dial
Minimum switching time: 2 h
N/O contact
1
037 44 With 100 h working reserve
Horizontal dial
Minimum switching time: 4 h
Changeover switch
1
037 55 With 100 h working reserve
2
Number
of modules
1
3
Totalising hour counter on door (p. 104)
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4
2
L
L
N
N
1
4
Output closing and breaking times are calculated based on the date,
the actual time when the device was switched and on geographical
coordinates of the actual location
n Technical characteristics
Min.
Summer/
Outputs
Cat.Nos
Prog. programme
Working
winter 16 A
time
setting
reserve
time
037 05
7 d
1 mn
6 years
auto
1
047 61
multi
1 mn
6 years
auto
1
047 71
multi
1 mn
6 years
auto
2
047 63
multi
1 mn
6 years
auto
1
6047 60
multi
1 mn
6 years
auto
1
Min.
Cat.Nos
switching Working
Programme Segment time
reserve
037 30
24 h
15 mn
15 mn without
037 40
24 h
15 mn
15 mn
100 h
037 52
24 h
15 mn
30 mn without
037 53
24 h
15 mn
30 mn
100 h
037 44
7 d
2 h
2 h
100 h
037 55
7 d
2 h
4 h
100 h
Nb
of
prog.
Nb
of
mod.
28
56
2 x 28
56
56
1
2
2
2
2
16 A output
Nb
via contact
N/O Chang. S. of modules
1
-
1
1
-
1
-
1
3
-
1
3
1
-
1
-
1
3
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analogue time switches
analogue time switches
n Dimensions
Cat.No 6499 14
6499 64
Power supply 230 V±
Override switching "ON" or "OF" in front face
Working reserve: 500 h with quartz controlled motor
(except Cat.No 499 26)
1 output via changeover contact
(2 changeover contacts for Cat.No 499 26)
Cat.Nos
1
6499 65 120 V - 50/60Hz
1
30 A - 230 V± - µ cos ø = 1
Shortest switching time: 2 hours
(1 segment: 1 hour)
Switching accuracy: + 30 minutes
IP 20
6499 66 230 V - 50/60Hz
1
6499 67 120 V - 50/60Hz
120
144.5
52
72
POWER
L
Defrosting time switch
Time switch for short periods for control of defrosting,
regularly repeated switching of pumps, feed
conveyors, sprinkler systems, periodic lubrication of
machines
16 A - 250 V± µ cos ø = 1
IP 30
Daily programme
The timer can repeat one or two settable short
programmes within 24 hours
Shortest switching sequence 2.5 hours - up to 9 times
1 switching step = 1 segment = 30 min.
50 Hz
1
499 26 Defrosting time from 1 to 60 minutes per contact
POWER
N
N
LOAD
L
Cat.No 497 56
72
Weekly programme
16 A - 250 V± - µ cos ø = 1
1
497 56 Shortest switching time: 3 hours
(1 segment = 1 hour)
Switching accuracy: + 20 minutes
1
044 09 Adaptor for fixing time switch on rail EN 50022 4
Cat.Nos 6499 64/65/66/67
Daily programme
20 A - 250 V± - µ cos ø = 1
1
6499 14 Shortest switching time: 30 minutes
(1 segment = 10 minutes)
Switching accuracy: + 5 minutes
30 A - 230 V± - µ cos ø = 1
Shortest switching time: 20 minutes
(1 segment: 10 minutes)
Switching accuracy: + 30 minutes
IP 20
1
6499 64 230 V - 50/60Hz
49
112.2
Pack
119.5
72
110
150.6
499 26
109.4
6499 14
70
51
171.2
100.6
69
n Technical Characteristics
Analogue time switches 30A
Conform to EN 50022, EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, IEC 60730-1,
IEC 60730-2-7, VDE 0631-1 and VDE 0631-2-7
For special applications with heavy loads like controlling:
- the lighting of commercial boards / sign boards
- water heaters
- air conditioners
- hydrochlorinators
- heating / ventilation systems
- street lighting
- blowers
- pool heaters
- electric fences
- filters, pumps and conveyers
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light sensitive switches
light sensitive switches
n Standard light sensitive switch (Cat.No 037 23)
Switch "ON" and "OFF" defined by a light level threshold
N
230 V
L
Photoelectric cell
(supplied)
250V~
50 m max.
037 23
037 21
n Preprogrammed light sensitive switch (Cat.No 037 25)
Dimensions (p. 183)
Can be used to switch a lighting circuit "ON" and "OFF" based on light
conditions (nightfall, daybreak)
Supplied with photoelectric cell housed in Plexo weatherproof box
Power supply: 230 V± - 50/60 Hz
Pack
Cat.Nos
Standard
1
037 23 Output 5 A - 250 V± - µ cos ϕ = 1
1200 W incandescent
800 VA fluo serie compensated
300 VA fluo parallel compensated 45 µF
Timer response of approx. 45 sec
Adjustable from 0.5 to 200 lux
Preprogrammed
1
037 25 4 possible programmes
Output 10 A - 250 V± - µ cos ϕ = 1
2000 W incandescent
2000 VA fluo serie compensated
300 VA fluo parallel compensated 45 µF
Timer response of approx. 5 sec
Adjustable from 0.5 to 200 lux
2
230 V
N L
Number
of modules
5
50 m max.
Photoelectric cell
(supplied)
n Programmable light sensitive switch (Cat.No 037 21)
Number
of modules
2
Replacement photoelectric cell
(Cat.No 695 18) for light sensitive switches
Cat.No 037 21/23/25 (p. 744)
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AM
Programmable with weekly time switch
1
037 21 Output 10 A - 250 V± - µ cos ϕ = 1
1000 W incandescent
2000 VA fluo serie compensated
Timer response: 60 sec
Adjustable from 2 to 60000 lux
8 possible programmes (off periods
during the night)
Number
of modules
4 possible programmes
1 - Switches "ON" at sunset and "OFF" at sunrise (e.g. in car parks,
green areas, etc.)
2 - Switches "OFF" when natural light level is low and comes on when
natural light level is high (e.g. to imitate daily cycle in battery
farming conditions)
3 - Automatically switches "ON" at sunset following deliberate switching
"OFF" by means of a push-button or timer (e.g. shop windows and
illuminated signs, etc.)
4 - Automatically switches "OFF" at dawn following deliberate
switching "ON" by means of a push-button or timer at night
(e.g. offices, workshops)
Example of connection of 3rd program:
Controls lighting according to the time and light level
Minimum switching interval: 1 minute
Working reserve: 100 hrs
Manual switch: override/programme/stop
Automatic changeover to summer/winter time
Temporary override with automatic return to programme
N
230 V
L
50 m
max.
Photoelectric cell
(supplied)