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Timers & controls .............................................................................................7.1 - 7.16
General information ..............................................................................................................................................7.1
Multi-function timers ............................................................................................................................................7.2
ProgramaCube .....................................................................................................................................................7.3
Solid state timers with relay outputs ........................................................................................................... 7.4 - 7.5
Solid state timers with solid state outputs ...........................................................................................................7.6
Solid state timers..................................................................................................................................................7.7
Voltage monitors.......................................................................................................................................... 7.8 - 7.9
Current monitoring .................................................................................................................................. 7.10 - 7.11
Liquid level controls................................................................................................................................. 7.12 - 7.13
Semi-conductor contactors, R100.xx & R300.xx ...............................................................................................7.14
Tower and obstruction lighting controls .............................................................................................................7.15
Control relays..................................................................................................7.17 - 7.34
Accessories ............................................................................................................................................. 7.23 - 7.26
Accessory mounting information........................................................................................................................7.25
Accessory possible combinations......................................................................................................................7.26
Auxiliary contact blocks .....................................................................................................................................7.23
Coils ...................................................................................................................................................................7.24
Description .............................................................................................................................................. 7.17 - 7.20
Dimensions .............................................................................................................................................. 7.33 - 7.34
Identification markers .........................................................................................................................................7.23
Interlocks ............................................................................................................................................................7.23
Mechanical latches.............................................................................................................................................7.23
N & NL Control relays .........................................................................................................................................7.21
Pneumatic timers ...............................................................................................................................................7.23
Surge suppressors .............................................................................................................................................7.24
Technical data ......................................................................................................................................... 7.27 - 7.32
TNL Control relays ..............................................................................................................................................7.22
Electronic safety relays..................................................................................7.35 - 7.66
Accessories for C560 Series ..............................................................................................................................7.46
Application examples, C57x.................................................................................................................... 7.57 - 7.64
Application examples, C670x.................................................................................................................. 7.50 - 7.53
C565-S with positively guided contacts.............................................................................................................7.47
C570 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.36
C571 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.37
C572 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.38
C573 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.39
C574 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.40
C575 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.41
C576 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.42
C577 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.43
C578 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.44
C579 ...................................................................................................................................................................7.45
C6700 - C6702 ...................................................................................................................................................7.48
Description .........................................................................................................................................................7.35
Dimensions .........................................................................................................................................................7.65
Personnel safety & machine protection................................................................................................... 7.54 - 7.55
Selection guide, C570 - C6702 ..........................................................................................................................7.56
Technical data ....................................................................................................................................................7.49
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Timers & controls
This section features product selection guides from the Timers and Controls Catalog
(SS3 Cat. # 1TRC001009C0201). Use the SS3 catalog to view the individual product pages for the series
shown in these selection guides. The SS3 is available in print and on CD-ROM.
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This 552 page catalog and application manual provides concise data and application tips unavailable elsewhere.
A double indexing system speeds the selection of:
Timers
Time Delay Relays
Encapsulated Timing Modules
Universal Timers
Multifunction Timers
ProgramaCube® Timers and Counters
Voltage Monitors
Current Sensors & Monitors
Phase Monitors
Liquid Level Controls
Accessories
Alternating Relays
Vending Timers and Controls
HVAC/ Timers and Controls
Solid State Flashers
Tower & Obstruction Lighting Controls
Solid State Relays
Motion Detectors
Lamp Dimmers & Motor Speed Controls
Power Factor Monitors
Insulation Monitors
This new edition includes the complete ABB brand of DIN3 mount timers, monitoring relays, and solid state
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All products are manufactured within an ISO9000 quality monitoring system. All products are shipped with
UL and CSA approvals, and CE certification. Quality designs and rugged encapsulated construction allow the
SSAC brand products to be backed by an exclusive 10 Year Product Warranty.
Each data sheet includes complete specifications, illustrations, photos and operational information needed
to select one of the over 225 product series. The SS3 is easy-to-use and can be understood by designers,
technicians, service contractors and non-technical users.
The SS3 includes informative application notes along with a colorful plant tour, and information about custom
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Multi-function Timers
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Series
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Output Form
S Series
Onboard
Adjust
Knob or
Switch Adjust
Plug-in
TRDU
TRU
DPDT DPDT
CT-MFS CT-MVS CT-MBS CT-MBS CT-MFE
DPDT
DPDT SPDT
Knob or
Switch
Adjust
E Series
Onboard
Adjust
DPDT
CT-MKE
CT-MFD
SPDT Solid State
SPDT
ASQU/ASTU
DSQU/DSTU
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Delay on Make (ON-delay)
Delay on Break (OFF-delay)
Delay on Break (Inverted)
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
Single Shot Trailing Edge
Single Shot Retriggerable
(Motion Detector)
Single Shot (Inverted)
Interval (Impulse ON)
Interval, Trailing Edge (Impulse OFF)
Interval/Recycling (Equal)
Recycling (Pulse Generator)
(Both Time Adjustable)
Recycling (Equal Times ON First)
Recycling (Equal Times OFF First)
Dual Functions
Star Delta Motor Starting
Delay on Make & Delay on Break
Delay on Make & Single Shot
Delay on Make & Interval
Delay on Make (Accumulative) & Interval
Delay on Make & Recycling (Equal)
Delay on Break & Recycle (Equal)
Single Shot & Recycle (Equal Times)
Interval & Delay on Make
General Features
Instantaneous Contacts
Accumulative Timing
Solid State Output
Relay Output
Knob or Onboard Adjustment
Switch Adjustment
External Adjustment
Dimensions
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ProgramaCube®
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see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Series
Functions and Features
KSPD KSPS KSPU NHPD
NHPS
NHPU KRPD KRPS HRPD HRPS HRPU
10A
Relay Output Resistive Rating
Solid State Output Rating
Knob or External Adjustment or Fixed
Accurate Switch Adjustment
Repeat Accuracy 0.5%
Repeat Accuracy 0.1%
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Accumulative Delay on Make (AM)
Alternating Relay (Trailing Edge Flip-Flop) (FT)
Delay on Break (B)
Delay on Make (M)
Interval (I)
Inverted Delay on Break (UB)
Inverted Single Shot (US)
Leading Edge Flip-Flop (F)
Recycling (RE, RD)
Retriggerable Single Shot (Motion Detector) (PSD)
Retriggerable Single Shot (Motion Detector) (PSE)
Single Shot (S, SD)
Trailing Edge Single Shot (TS)
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Accumulative Delay on Make/Interval (AMI)
Delay on Break/Recycle (BRE)
Delay on Make / Delay on Break (MB)
Delay on Make/Interval (MI)
Delay on Make/Recycle (MRE)
Delay on Make/Single Shot (MS)
Interval/Delay on Make (IM)
Interval/Recycle (IRE)
Recycling (RXE, RXD)
Single Shot/Recycle (SRE)
Single Shot/Lockout (SL)
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Counter Pulse Output (C)
Counter Interval Output (CI)
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Solid State Timers with Relay Outputs
S Series
Onboard
Adjust
Plug-in
Switch
Adjust
Plug-in
Knob
Adjust
E Range
Onboard
Adjust
D Range
Onboard
Adjust
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
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Dedicated Function
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Delay on Make (ON-Delay)
CT-ERS (a)
CT-ERS (i)
CT-VWS
TDM
TRM
PRLM
TRS
PRLS
CT-ERE
CT-ERD
CT-VWE
CT-VWD
Interval (Impulse ON)
CT-AWS (te)
Interval, Trailing Edge (Impulse OFF)
Interval, True Trailing Edge (Impulse OFF)
CT-EBS (e)
Recycling Equal Times
Recycling, Unequal Times (Pulse Generator) CT-TGS
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
Delay on Break (OFF - delay)
True Delay on Break (OFF - delay)
Delay on Make / Delay on Break
Star Delta
Delayed Interval (Single Pulse Generator)
CT-AHS
CT-APS
CT-ARS (tb)
CT-EAS (i),(e)
CT-EVS (a)
CT-YDAV
CT-YDEW
CT-PGS
TDI
CT-AWE
CT-AWE
CT-EBE
TRU
TDR
TDS
TRS
PRLS
TRB
PRLB
TDB
CT-EBD
CT-TGD
CT-AHE
CT-AHD
CT-ARE (tb)
TDMB
CT-SDE
CT-YDE
TRDU
Time Delay & Adjustment
Time Delay Range
0.05 s to 300 h (!)
Repeat Accuracy
Knob Adjust
Onboard Adjust
Switch Adjust
External Adjust
Factory Fixed
≤ 0.2%
0.1 s to 2.8 h (!)
TRDU to 1705 h
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TRU 16 h
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Surface Mounting
Output Relay
Resistive Rating at Contacts
Screw Terminals
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Socket Required
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SPDT or DPDT
10 A
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Socket Required
Socket Required
SPDT or DPDT
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Socket Required
1.78 x 2.39 x 3.62
45.2 x 60.7 x 91.6
(a) = includes time accumulation; (e) = equal time delays; (i) = includes an instantaneous contact; (tb) = true delay on break; (te) = trailing edge triggered;
A = amps resistive rating; (!) = most series consult catalog pages
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Solid State Timers with Relay Outputs
ERD Series
Knob &
External Adjust
or Fixed
HR Series
Onboard &
External Adjust
or Fixed
OR Series
Knob &
External Adjust
or Fixed
KR Series
Onboard &
External Adjust
or Fixed
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Dedicated Function
Series
Delay on Make (ON Delay)
HRDM
HRPS
HRDI
HRPS
HRD3 (e)
HRPS
HRDR
HRPD
HRDS
HRD9 (r)
HRPS
HRDB
HRPS
HRPD
HRPD
Interval (Impulse ON)
Recycling Equal Times
Recycling (Pulse Generator)
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
Delay on Break (On Release)
Delay on Make / Delay on Break
Delayed Interval (Single Pulse Generator)
Other Functions Available
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ERDM
ORM
ERDI
ORS
KRDM
KRPS
KRDI
KRPS
KRD3 (e)
KRPS
KRDR
KRPD
KRDS
KRD9 (r)
ERD3 (e)
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Repeat Accuracy
Knob Adjust
Onboard Adjust
Switch Adjust
External Adjust
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DPDT Relay/Resistive Rating
SPDT Relay/Resistive Rating
Popular AC & DC Voltages
Encapsulated
Quick Connects
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(e) = equal time delays; (r) = retriggerable; (!) = Most series consult catalog pages
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Solid State Timers with Solid State Output
Digi-Timer
Onboard,
Switch, Fixed, or
External Adjust
MicroTime
Onboard or
Switch Adjust
E Range
Knob Adjust
Digi-Timer
Onboard,
Switch, Fixed or
External Adjust
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
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Delay on Make (ON Delay)
TSD1
KSD1
TSD4
KSD4
TSDB
KSDB
TSD7
TSDS
KSDS
KSPS (r)
TSD2
KSD2
TSD6 (d)
TSD7
ESDR
TSDR
KSDR
TSD3 (e)
KSD3 (e)
PT
KSPD
ESD5
KSPD
Delay on Make Normally Closed
Delay on Break (OFF-delay)
Delay on Break (2 Terminal)
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
Single Shot (Motion Detector)
Interval (Impulse ON)
Interval (DC Volts Only)
Interval (2 Terminal)
Recycling (Delays Separately Adjustable)
Recycling (Equal Delays)
Percentage
Delay on Make/ Delay on Break
Delay on Make/Interval
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ASQU/ASTU
DSQU/DSTU
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TDU
KSDU
CT-EKE
TDUB
CT-AKE
TDUS
ASQU/ASTU
DSQU/DSTU
TDUI
ASQU/ASTU
DSQU/DSTU
ASQU/ASTU
DSQU/DSTU
Time Delay & Adjustment
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Repeat Accuracy
Onboard Adjustment
Switch Adjustment
External Adjustment
Factory Fixed
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TDU_ Series
KSDU Series
General Features
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
Output Rating
Popular AC Voltages
Popular DC Voltages
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
Dimensions
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Onboard, Fixed,
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External Adjust
Digi-Power
Onboard, Fixed
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External Adjust
Digi-Set
Switch Adjust
PC Mount /
Wires Fixed
Surface Mount
2.5 x 3.5
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3 (1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
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Delay on Make (ON Delay)
TMV/TSU
TS1
Delay on Make Normally Closed
Delay on Break (OFF - delay)
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
TS4
TSB
TSS
Interval (Single Pulse on Operate)
TS2
THDM
THD1
TH1
THD4
THDB
THDS
THS
THD2
TH2
Interval (DC Volts Only)
Interval (2 Terminal)
Recycling (Delays Separately Adjust)
Recycling (Equal Delays)
Percentage
Delay on Make/ Delay on Break
Delay on Make/Interval
Other Functions Available
TS6 (d)
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MSM
EISB (ii)
THD7
PTHA
THD3
PTHF
NHPD
NHPD
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Repeat Accuracy
Onboard Adjustment
Switch Adjustment
External Adjustment
Factory Fixed
0.05 to 600 s
≤ 0.5 to 2%
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0.1 s to 1000 m
≤ 0.5%
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Screw Terminals
Male Quick Connects
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Voltage Monitors
Three Phase
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catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
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or www.ssac.com
Functions and Features
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DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
8-Pin Plug-In
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
Output
DPDT Relay(s)
SPDT Relay
SPST-NO
Line V Connection
Wired Phase-to-Phase
Universal Voltage
Phase-to-Neutral
Single Phase
Trip Point(s) Adjustable
Trip Point(s) Fixed
Supply Voltage Required
Protection
Phase Sequence
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Trip Delay
Restart Delay
Automatic Restart
Manual Reset
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w/s
w/s
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HLM
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Phase Loss (!)
Motor (On Start Up Only)
Motor (While Operating)
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Unbalance (Asymmetry)
Rapid Recycling
Indicator LED(s)
Output ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Fault(s)
Timing
w/s
w/s
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RLM
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in 4.4 x 6.9 x 2.4 1.97 x 2.95 x 4.33
mm 111.8 x 175.3 x 61 50 x 75 x 110
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45.2 x 60.7 x ≤ 81.3
3.12 x 4.5 x 1.35
79.3 x 114.3 x 34.3
2.0 x 2.0 x ≤ 1.86
50.8 x 50.8 x ≤ 47.2
w/a = with adaptor; w/s = with socket; v = Line voltage adjustable on some models
! Phase loss protection for resistive and non-rotating loads. Motor protection can be affected by regenerated voltages.
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Voltage Monitors
Three Phase
To view individual
catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Functions and Features CMASN
General Features
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
8-Pin Plug-In
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
Line V Connection
Wired Phase-to-Phase
Universal Voltage
Phase-to-Neutral
Single Phase
Trip Point(s) Adjustable
Trip Point(s) Fixed
Supply Voltage Required
Protection
Phase Sequence
Phase Loss (!)
Motor (On Start Up Only)
Motor (While Operating)
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Unbalance (Asymmetry)
Rapid Recycling
Time Delays & Reset
Trip Delay
Restart Delay
Automatic Restart
Manual Reset
Indicator LED(s)
Output ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Fault(s)
Timing
Dimensions
CM- CMPVN PFN
CMASS
CMPFS
CMPBE
CMPFE
CMPVE
KVM
CM-EFN
CMESN
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w/a
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w/a
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w/a
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w/a
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Output
DPDT Relay(s)
SPDT Relay
SPST-NO
Single Phase
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22.5 x 78 x 78.5
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2 x 2 x 1.21
1.77 x 3.07 x ≤ 3.98 0.886 x 3.07 x ≤ 3.98
50.8 x 50.8 x 30.7
45 x 78 x ≤ 101
22.5 x 78 x ≤ 101
w/a = with adaptor; w/s = with socket
! Phase loss protection for resistive and non-rotating loads. Motor protection can be affected by regenerated voltages.
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Current Monitoring
Sensing/Control Relays
Analog Output
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Adjustable, AC over
& undercurrent trip
points w/selectable
response modes.
Series
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Functions and Features
General Features
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
Output
Linear 4 to 20 mA
SPDT Relay
1 A Solid State
Monitored Current
AC
DC
Input or Output Voltage
24 VAC
24 … 240 V AC
110 … 130 V AC
220 … 240 V AC
12 & 24 V DC
3 … 50 V DC
Indicator LED(s)
Output ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Fault(s)
Timing
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TCS
TCSA
DCSA
w/adaptor
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w/adaptor
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w/adaptor
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Loop Powered
Loop Powered
Self-Powered
Delay(s)
Trip Delay
Start up Delay
7.10
ECS
Low cost AC current
Current transducer; linear Current transducer; linear
switch; direct connection output proportional to the output proportional to the
to digital PLC input;
RMS AC current.
RMS AC current.
sinking or sourcing.
Self-Powered
Trip Range(s)
Fixed
Adjustable
3 mA … 1 A
2 … 45 A fixed / 2… 20 adjustable
0 … 50 A
0.5 … 50 A
Dimensions
ECSW
Selectable AC over or
undercurrent;
adjustable trip point
& delay.
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2.50 x 3.50 x 1.75
63.5 x 88.9 x 44.5
2.0 x 2.0 x 1.75
50.8 x 50.8 x 44.5
0.71 x 2.44 x 2.56
18 x 62 x 65
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Current Monitoring
Current
Indicator
Motor Load
Monitor
AC/DC
Current Sensors
AC/DC
Current Sensors
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Monitor AC current flow
2 Relay outputs; monitors
with visual indication up to under & over loading.
500 feet from source.
Series
Functions and Features
General Features
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
Wire Leads
LCS/LPM
AC/DC undercurrent trip points as
low as 3mA; adjustable hysteresis;
relay output.
CM-SRN
CM-SRS
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w/adaptor
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w/adaptor
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2 SPDT
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Output
DPDT Relay
SPDT Relay
SPST Solid State
Analog
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Monitored Current
AC
DC
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Supply Voltage
24 VAC
24 … 240 V AC/DC
42 … 48 V AC
110 … 130 V AC
220 … 240 V AC
380 … 415 V AC
480 ... 500 V AC
Trip Range(s)
Fixed
Adjustable
3 mA … 1 A
3 mA … 15 A
0.5 ... 20 A
0.5 … 50 A
Hystersis Adjustable
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Delay(s)
Trip
Inrush
Indicator LED(s)
Output ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Fault(s)
Timing
Dimensions
CM-LWN
AC/DC version w/selectable over or undercurrent;
relay output.
in
mm
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24.89 x 38.35 x 11.68
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45 x 78 x ≤ 101
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22.5 x 78 x ≤ 101
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Selection Guide
Liquid Level Controls
Open PC Board
Plug-in Package
DIN Mount
22.5 mm Fixed
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Monitor and control conductive liquid levels
when filling or emptying tanks. Low cost
open board design.
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Series
Functions and Features
General Features
LLC1
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Single Probe & Common
Dual Probe & Common
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
Plug-In Socket Required
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
LLC2
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LLC8
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Monitor and control conductive
liquid levels when filling or emptying tanks. Convenient plug-in
packaging.
LLC4
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w/socket
w/socket
8 pin
w/socket
LLC5
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w/socket
w/socket
8 pin
w/socket
LLC6
Monitor and control
conductive liquid
levels to prevent dry
running and overflow.
CM-ENE
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w/socket
w/socket
11 pin
w/socket
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w/adaptor
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Output Form
Isolated Output (2) = Two Outputs
Non-Isolated Output
SPDT
SPST
SPDT
SPDT
SPDT
SPDT
SP-NO
SPDT
Sensing Range
6K ... 20K Ω
1K or 5K ... 100K Ω
1K or 5K ... 250K Ω
250 Ω ... 500K Ω
Set Point: A = Adjustable; F = Fixed
A or F
Trip Delay Fixed
1...60 s
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A or F
1...60 s
1...60 s
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A or F
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F
1...60 s
≅ 200 ms
Probe Voltage
12 V AC
20 V AC or 30 V AC
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Drain/Emptying
Fill
Low Level Cut Off
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Input Voltage
24 V AC
24 ... 240 V AC/DC
110 ... 130 V AC
220 ... 240 V AC
380 ... 415 V AC
Indicator LED (s)
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Output(s) ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Dimensions
in
mm
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2.75 x 3.5 x ≤ 2.0
69.9 x 88.9 x ≤ 50.8
3.0 x 4.0 x 2.0
76.2 x 101.6 x 50.8
2.19 x 2.5 x 1.88
55.6 x 63.5 x 47.8
1.78 x 2.39 x 2.91 (LLC5 D = 3.30)
45.2 x 60.7 x 73.9 (LLC5 D = 83.8)
0.886 x 3.07 x 3.09
22.5 x 78 x 78.5
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Liquid Level Controls
DIN Mount
22.5 mm Adjustable
DIN Mount
45 mm Adjustable
Monitor and control conductive liquid levels when filling
or emptying tanks. Thin
profile Snap-ON mounting
package.
Monitor and control conductive liquid levels when filling or
emptying tanks w/time-dependent features.
Alternating Relays &
Duplexors
Insulation
Monitors
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
Series CM-ENS
CM-ENS
UP/DOWN
CM-ENN
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CM-ENN
UP/DOWN
Provides equal run time for two
loads. Automatically changes
lead load upon the opening
of the control switch input.
Industry standard wiring.
ARP_1
ARP_2
ARP_3
Monitors the insulation
resistance between
ungrounded AC/DC
systems and ground.
CM-IWN .... C558.03
Functions and Features
General Features
Single Probe & Common
Dual Probe & Common
DIN Rail Mounting
Surface Mounting
Plug-In Socket Required
Screw Terminals
Quick Connects
•
w/adaptor
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w/adaptor
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w/socket w/socket w/socket
w/socket w/socket w/socket
8 pin
11 pin
8 pin
w/socket w/socket w/socket
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Output Form
Isolated Output (2) = Two Outputs
Non-Isolated Output
SPDT
SPDT
(2)SPDT
(2)SPDT
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT or DPDT
DPDT-X
Sensing Range
6K ... 20K Ω
1K or 5K ... 100K Ω
1K to 500K Ω
250 Ω ... 500K Ω
Set Point: A=Adjustable; F=Fixed
Trip Delay Fixed
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A
0.1...10s Adj 01...10s Adj
A
250 ms
A
250 ms
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Selectable
Selectable
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Probe Voltage
20 V AC or 30 V AC
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Logic Type
Drain/Emptying
Fill
Alarm Levels
Alternating/Duplexing
Selectable
Selectable
Low & High
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Set Point Control
24 V AC
24 ... 240 V AC/DC
110 ... 130 V AC
220 ... 240 V AC
380 ... 415 V AC
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Indicator LED (s)
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Output(s) ON/OFF
Supply ON/OFF
Dimensions
in
mm
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22.5 x 78 x ≤ 101
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1.77 x 3.07 x ≤ 3.98
45 x 78 x ≤ 101
Loads A/B Loads A/B Loads A/B
1.78 x 2.39 x 3.20
45.2 x 60.7 x 81.3
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48 x 78 x ≤ 101
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Semiconductor Contactor R100.xx and R300.xx
Solid-State Relays R111, R12x and R31x
Benefits and Advantages
To View Individual Catalog Pages See Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201) or www.ssac.com
R100.xx range
R111 range
R31x range
R300.xx range
R12x range
R111/45
R311/25
R100.20
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R122/50
R100.45
• Compact design
• Standard design
• Zero voltage or instantaneous tripping
• LED display
• Zero voltage tripping, radio interference
suppressed
• Protected against electric shock
• LED display
• Integrated heat sink
• Screw mounting or snap-on mounting with
adapter for 35 mm DIN rail according to
DIN EN 50022
• Ready for use
• Mounting on 35 mm DIN rail or screw mounting
on plate
Properties
Properties
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R11x and R12x range - load side:
Thyristors for AC-51 and AC-53 up to 690 V AC and 100 A
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R31x - load side:
Alternistor for AC-51 and AC-53 up to 530 V AC and 50 A with
internal RC circuit and overvoltage protection
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Electrical isolation by means of optocoupler between control
circuit and load circuit
Protection against electric shock:
R111 and R115 range with additional terminal cover
Control side protected against reversed polarity
Load current range 20 A, 30 A and 45 A
DC control
Single-pole, thre-pole
Switching by thyristors
Peak inverse voltage 1200 V
Insulation voltage > 4000 V
Connecting terminals for 2 x 2.5 mm2 or 1 x 4 mm2
Special properties
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• The semiconductor relay R100.45-SG is internally protected
against overload with overload signaling via signaling output.
•
• Cables with a conductor cross section up to 1 x 25 mm2 can be
connected to the output terminals of the semiconductor relays
R100.45 and R100.45-SG.
Special properties of R31x range
Application
Application
• Contactless and wear-free switching of ohmic and inductive
1-phase and 3-phase AC loads with high switching frequency.
Approvals
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• Contactless and wear-free switching of 1-phase and 3-phase AC
loads up to a power factor of cos ϕ = 0.5.
Approvals
Depending on the device:
,
• Screw mounting
, c
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•
,
To view individual catalog pages,
see Catalog SS3
(1TRC001009C0201)
or www.ssac.com
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P/N
Voltage
FS155-30RF
120 V AC
FS165-30RF
230 V AC
FS155-30T
120 V AC
FS165-30T
230 V AC
FA155-2
120 V AC
FA165-2
230 V AC
FA155
120 V AC
FA165
230 V AC
Description
Beacon Flasher for High RF Installations,
2500 W (200 A Inrush Maximum)
Meets FAA-AC NO: 150/5345-43E
Beacon Flasher for FM, TV, Chimneys, Bridges,
Smoke Stacks, and Low RF Applications,
2500 W (200 A Inrush Maximum)
Meets FAA-AC NO: 150/5345-43E
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Auxiliary Unit for Synchronous Flashing of Additional
Beacons, 2500 W (200 A Inrush Maximum)
Auxiliary Unit Provides Alternate Operation for
Constant Line Loading, 2500 W (200 A Inrush Maximum)
(not shown)
Photo Control · Accurate Dusk to Dawn Control
PCR10
120 V AC
PCR12
230 V AC
PCR11
120 V AC
PCR13
230 V AC
Precision Photo Control Calibrated to FAA and FCC
Specifications for Tower and Obstruction Lighting.
Two SPST N.O. 20 A Contacts. Without Cast Aluminum
Housing. Meets FAA-AC NO: 150/5345-43E
As Above With Cast Aluminum Housing (as shown)
Lamp Alarm Relays · Senses Lamp Failure
SCR430T
120 V AC
SCR630T
230 V AC
SCR490D
120 V AC
Universal Light Alarm Relay. Senses the Failure of
One Lamp Out of 1, 2, 3, or 4 Lamps; 116 or 620 W,
120 V AC Lamps
SPDT - 10 A Isolated Alarm Contacts.
Meets FAA-AC NO: 150/5345-43E
Side Light Alarm Relay. Senses the Failure of One
Lamp Out of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9; Steadily Burning
116 W, 120 V AC Lamps
SPDT - 10 A Isolated Alarm Contacts (not shown)
Beacon Alarm Relay · Senses Lamp Failure and Flasher Failure
FB120A
120 V AC
FB230A
230 V AC
Flasher and Beacon Lamp Alarm Relay
Senses Failure of Beacon Lamps
Senses Failure of Beacon Flasher
Two Line Voltage Alarm Outputs
SPDT - 10 A Isolated Alarm Contacts
Meets FAA-AC No: 150/5345-43E
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Control relays
Type N, NE, NL & TNL
Positive safety
AC/DC operated
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Positive safety relays
There are many applications where safety is
very critical and it is important to use electrical
equipment which ensures that dangerous
machine movement cannot occur when a fault
is detected with the moving contacts during
the cycle which the fault is indicated.
Regulations and standards have been written
to ensure that safety is maintained:
• United States
ANSI B11.19-1990
ANSI B11.20-1991
• Germany
SÜVA
ZH1/457
• France
INRS
• United Kingdom
BIA
• Switzerland
SA
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The ABB Type N & NL 4 and 8 pole relays are
designed with “Positive Guided” contacts
and fulfill the regulations or standards shown.
The relays can provide positive safety for the
N.O. and N.C. contacts which assure that
the N.O. contacts will not close before any
N.C. contact opens. Therefore, if one of the
contacts weld due to abnormal conditions
in the control circuit, the other contacts will
also remain in the same position as when the
welding occurred. This means that the open
contacts must maintain an air distance 0.5mm
when the coil is energized at 110% Vc or
when it is de-energized.
UL File No: E39231 (N & NL)
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• AC operated with laminated magnetic circuit.
• 2 versions: 4 pole or 8 pole. The width of 8 pole devices is identical
to that of 4 pole devices; only the depth is increased.
• Side by side mounting possible.
• Self cleaning auxiliary contacts.
• Alone or by itself or with a 4 pole CA5 auxiliary contact block, these
devices offer “positive safety” between their auxiliary contacts.
Application
Type N control relays are used for switching auxiliary circuits and
control circuits.
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Holes for screw mounting (screws not
supplied). Distances between holes
according to EN50 002.
Location of surge suppressors
A2 z
A 21 2 0 - 2 3 0 V 5V 06 0H H
z
2 3 0 - 2 4R08 0
Quick mounting on 35 x 7.5mm DIN
mounting rail according to IEC715 and
EN50 022.
Clear marking of coil voltages
and frequencies.
43NO
NO7- 33NO83
2
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3
6
5- 1
Location of function marker.
Location of side mounted accessories:
mounting on right or left hand side.
N40E
Terminals delivered in open position
with captive screws (screws of unused
terminals should be tightened).
Stops for attaching front
mounted accessories.
All terminal screws:
Posidrive (+, -) N° 2
Screwdriver guidance for all screws
makes it possible to use motorized
screwdrivers.
8O
7O 44N
6O 34N
5- 14NO 24N
All terminals provide protection against
accidental direct contact with live parts
according to VDE0106 – Part. 100
and offer IP 20 degree of protection
according to IEC947-1.
Terminal marking according
to IEC947-5-1 and
EN50 011.
Catalog number explanation
N 40E–84
Frame type
Coil voltage
(see coil voltage chart below)
Contact configuration
Coil voltage selection chart
Hz
Relay
type
12
60
N
50
N
DC NE, NL 80
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81
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83
83
83
Volts
110 120 125 208 220 240 277 380 415 440 480 500 600
84 84
34 36 80 42
86 86 51 53 55
84
80
85 86
55
86
87
88 89
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General information
Type NE, DC operated
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Description
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•
•
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Contactor relays with laminated magnet circuit and double-winding coil fed from a DC supply via a built-in N.C. lagging auxiliary contact.
1-stack version with three built-in auxiliary contacts.
Self-cleaning auxiliary contacts
Alone or fitted with a 4-pole CA5 auxiliry contact block, these devices offer mechanically linked contacts.
Side by side mounting possible.
Application
NE... contactor relays are used for switching auxiliary circuits and control circuits.
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Clear marking of the coil voltage
Location of surge suppressor.
Hole for screw mounting (screws not
supplied). Distances between holes
according to EN50 002.
A2 z
A 21 2 0 - 2 3 0 V 5V 06 0H H
z
2 3 0 - 2 4R08 0
Electrical connection between
the coil and the N.C. lagging
auxiliary contact.
NO - 21NC 64- 13 5
Quick mounting on 35 x 7.5mm
mounting rail according to
IEC 715 and EN 50 022.
NC
31NC 7- 85
N.C. lagging auxiliary
contact path.
NE12E
Location of side mounted accessories:
mounting on right or left hand side.
Location of function marker.
Stops for attaching frontmounted accessories.
All terminal screws:
Terminals delivered in open position
with captive screws (screws of unused
terminals should be tightened).
Posidrive (+, -) N° 2
Screwdriver guidance for all screws
makes it possible to use motorized
screwdrivers.
4- 14NO
C
76C 86N
5- 22NC 32N
All terminals provide protection against
accidental direct contact with live parts
according to VDE0106 – Part. 100
and offer IP 20 degree of protection
according to IEC947-1.
Terminal marking according
to IEC947-5-1 and
EN50 011.
Catalog number explanation
NE 12E–84
Frame type
Coil voltage
(see coil voltage chart below)
Contact configuration
Coil voltage selection chart
Hz
Relay
type
12
60
N
50
N
DC NE, NL 80
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110 120 125 208 220 240 277 380 415 440 480 500 600
84 84
34 36 80 42
86 86 51 53 55
84
80
85 86
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General information
Type NL & TNL, DC operated
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Type NL
Type TNL
Description
Description
• Magnetic circuit variants: NL types: d.c. operated with solid magnetic circuits.
• 2 versions: 4 pole or 8 pole
The width of 8 pole devices is identical to that of 4 pole devices; only the
depth is increased.
• Magnetic circuit variants
– NL types: D.C. operated with solid magnetic
circuits.
– TNL types: D.C. operated with solid magnetic
circuit and large coil voltage range.
• Alone or mounted with a 4 pole CA5 auxiliary contact block, these devices
offer “positive safety” between their auxiliary contacts.
• 2 versions
– 4-pole/1-stack or 8-pole/2-stack
– The width of 8-pole devices is identical to that of
4 pole devices; only the depth is increased.
Application
• Double sharp auxiliary contacts.
Type NL control relays are used for switching auxiliary circuits and control
circuits.
• Alone or mounted with a 4-pole CA 5 auxiliary contact block, these devices offer
"positive safety" between their auxiliary contacts.
• Bifurcated auxiliary contacts.
Application
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Type NL and TNL control relays are used for switching auxiliary circuits and control
circuits.
Clear marking of coil voltages.
Location of surge suppressors.
V DC
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Quick mounting on 35 x 7.5mm or
35 x 15mm DIN mounting rail according to
IE715 and EN50022.
Terminal marking according to
IEC947-5-1 and EN50 011.
A1
5-
13
6-
23
7-
33
Holes for screw mounting (screws not
supplied). Distances between holes
according to EN50002.
43
8-
KC 40 E
Location of function marker and
surge suppressor.
Stops for attaching front
mounted accessories.
Terminals delivered in open position
with captive screws (screws of unused
terminal should be tightened).
Screwdriver guidance for all screws
makes it possible to use motorized
screwdrivers.
5-
14
6- 24
7-
34
8-
44
All terminal screws:
M 3.5, posidrive (+,-) N° 2
All terminals provide protection against
accidental direct contact with live parts
according to VDE0106 – Part. 100.
Catalog number explanation
(T)NL 44E–84
Frame type
Coil voltage
(see coil voltage chart below.)
Contact configuration
Coil voltage selection chart
Hz
Relay
type
12
60
N
50
N
DC NE, NL 80
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Volts
110 120 125 208 220 240 277 380 415 440 480 500 600
84 84
34 36 80 42
86 86 51 53 55
84
80
85 86
55
86
87
88 89
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Type N & NL
AC & DC operated
N40E-1
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NE12E-1
D.C. operated
Contact configuration
N.O.
N.C.
Contact configuration
N.O.
N.C.
$ 60
4
3
2
0
1
2
NL40E-86
NL31E-86
NL22E-86
$ 72
120
4
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
0
NL44E-86 1
NL53E-86
NL62E-86
NL71E-86
NL80E-86
144
1
2
3
2
1
0
NE12E-86
NE21E-86
NE30E-86
4
5
6
7
3
2
1
0
NE43E-86 1
NE52E-86
NE61E-86
NE70E-86
4
3
2
0
1
2
N40E-84
N31E-84
N22E-84
4
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
0
N44E-84
N53E-84
N62E-84
N71E-84
N80E-84
Ex.: A 240V coil is required for an N80 control relay: N80E-80
Coil voltage selection chart
24
81
81
81
48
83
83
83
List
price
List
price
All AC operated catalog numbers include a 120VAC coil. All DC operated
catalog numbers include a 110VDC coil. To select other coil voltages,
substitute the code from the Coil Voltage Selection Chart for the first digit after
the last dash in the catalog number.
12
60
N
50
N
DC NE, NL 80
Catalog
number
Catalog
number
Coil voltage selection
Relay
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110 120 125 208 220 240 277 380 415 440 480 500 600
84 84
34 36 80 42
86 86 51 53 55
84
80
85 86
55
86
87
88 89
72
144
Block diagrams for NE... contactor relay coil supply
Uc (DC)
A1
Uc (DC)
A2
A1
A2
Varistor
B2 - Holding
B2 - Holding
U
B1 - Pull-in
B1 - Pull-in
A3
Coil supply Uc <110 VDC
A3
Coil supply via built-in varistor UC ≤ 110 VDC
1 NE43 – NE70 and NL44 – NL62 control relays cannot accept any front mounted auxiliary contact blocks.
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Type TNL
4 Pole & 8 Pole
4 Pole, 1 stack
Number of contacts
1st stack
2nd stack
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
2
3
4
2
1
–
–
–
–
Catalog
number
Weight
–
–
–
0.540
0.540
0.540
List
price
TNL22E-★
TNL31E-★
TNL40E-★
$ 121
8 Pole, 2 stack
Number of contacts
1st stack
2nd stack
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
4
4
–
–
–
2
Catalog
number
Weight
4
2
0.600
0.600
List
price
TNL44E-★
TNL62E-★
$ 180
★ - Substitute the ★ for the coil voltage code. See the Type TNL Coil voltage Selection chart beneath the photos.
TNL22E
Coil voltage selection
Coil characteristics
Min. UC Max
No extra tolerances applicable to the Uc min. ... max.
values quoted in the Coil voltage selection table
17
24
36
42
50
77
90
152
• Coil consumption at Uc max. q = 20 °C: 9 W pull-in/holding
• Replacement coils: consult us (standard coils used on NL control
relays are not suitable for TNL control relays).
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Voltage
32
45
65
78
90
143
150
264
51
52
54
58
55
62
66
68
Mounting distance – for coil operating limits Uc min. … Uc max.
A
mm
B
mm
Ambient temp.
°C
Max. switching frequency
Operating cycles/h
2
20
< 20
1200
5
20
< 55
1200
A
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ABB
B
Pos.1
Add-on accessories
Control
relays
CA5-10
Max. number of auxiliary contact blocks
CA5-01
CA5-40
CA5-31
CA5-22
CA5-04
Timer
TP
Mechanical
interlock
Label
marker
Pos. 1, 3 or 4
TNL 40-E
4
2
1
1
1
–
–
VBC 30
BA 5-50
Pos. 1, 3 or 4
TNL 31-E
4
1
1
1
–
–
–
VBC 30
BA 5-50
Pos. 1, 3 or 4
TNL 22-E
4
–
1
–
–
–
–
VBC 30
BA 5-50
Pos. 1 ±30°
TNL - all types
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
VBC 30
BA 5-50
Mounting positions
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Accessories
Type N, NL & TNL
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Auxiliary contact blocks
Contacts
N.O. N.C.
Positioning
Catalog
number
N, NE, NL, TNL (front mount)
1
—
—
1
CA5-10
CA5-01
N, NL, NE, TNL (4 pole)
4
2
—
—
2
4
CA5-40N
CA5-22N
CA5-04N
N, NE, NL, TNL (side mount)
1
1
CAL5-11
List
price
$ 15
30
Pneumatic timers
CAL5-11
Timing
range
CA5-10
N, NL
NE, TNL
Contacts
N.O.
N.C.
On delay 0.1 – 40s
On delay 10 – 180s
Off delay 0.1 – 40s
Off delay 10 – 180s
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Catalog
number
TP40DA
TP180DA
TP40IA
TP180IA
List
price
$ 108
Interlocks
Contacts
N.O. N.C.
Feature
TP40DA
N, NE, NL, TNL
N, NE, NL, TNL
Mechanical/electrical
Mechanical
—
—
2
—
Catalog
number
VE5-1
VM5-1
List
price
$ 45
21
Mechanical latches
Feature
N, NL (4 pole only)
Catalog
number
WB75A-★
List
price
$ 84
Coil voltage selection chart — mechanical latches
50 Hz
VE5-1
24
42
48
110
220 – 230
230 – 240
380 – 415
415 – 440
60 Hz
24
42
48
110
220
230
380
440
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
28
48
55
127
255
277
440
480
Voltage
code
01
02
03
04
06
05
07
08
Identification markers
Feature
Pack of 50
Catalog
number
BA5-50
List
price
$ 15
BA5-50
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Accessories
Type N, NL, NE & TNL
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Coils
Relay
type
Catalog
number
N
NE
ZA16-★
ZAE16-★
List
price
$ 24
24
★ Select the coil voltage from the Control Relay Coil Voltage Selection chart and substitute the letter code for the ★ as the
last digit in the catalog number.
Coil voltage selection chart
Hz
ZA16-84
Relay
type
12
60
N
50
N
DC NE, NL 80
24
81
81
81
48
83
83
83
Volts
110 120 125 208 220 240 277 380 415 440 480 500 600
84 84
34 36 80 42
86 86 51 53 55
84
80
85 86
55
86
87
88 89
Surge suppressors — for Type N control relays
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Type
Feature
RV5/50
Voltage
range
RC5-1/50
Varistor
24 – 50 VAC/DC
50 – 133 VAC/DC
110 – 250 VAC/DC
250 – 440 VAC/DC
N, NE
NL, TNL
RC
24 – 50 VAC
50 – 133 VAC
110 – 250 VAC
250 – 440 VAC
N
Catalog
number
RV5/50
RV5/133
RV5/250
RV5/440
List
price
$ 30
RC5-1/50
RC5-1/133
RC5-1/250
RC5-1/440
Technical data
Control
circuit
Type
Opening time
growth factor
Residual overvoltage
or clipping voltage
RV5/...
ing
Advantages
50
133
250
440
RC5-1/... or RC5-2/...
RC-EH300/...
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AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
1.1 to 1.5
1.1 to 1.5
1.1 to 1.5
1.1 to 1.5
132V
270V
480V
825V
AC
1.2 to 3
2 to 3 x Uc
Discount schedule ABA
• Good energy absorption & damp-
• Unpolarized system
Disadvantages • Clipping from Uvdr thus voltage
front up to this point
Advantages
• Very fast clipping
• Attenuation of steep fronts and
therefore, high frequencies
• No operating delays
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Accessory mounting information
Type N, NE, NL & TNL
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4 Pole, N control relays
RV5
RC5-1
Surge
suppressor
CAL5-11
Side-mounted 2-pole
auxiliary contact block
NC
01
7
02
NC
01
NC
N22E
N31E
N40E
Control
Relay
NC
02
VM5-1
VE5-1
Interlock unit
CA5-10 and CA5-01
Front-mounted 1-pole
auxiliary contact blocks
N22E
N31E
N40E
Control Relay
TP40DA
TP180DA
TP40IA
TP180IA
Pneumatic timer
CA5...
Front-mounted 4-pole
auxiliary contact block
CAL5-11
Side-mounted 2-pole auxiliary contact block
8 Pole, N contactor relays
RV5
RC5-1
Surge
suppressor
CAL5-11
Side-mounted 2-pole
auxiliary contact block
NC
01
02
NC
01
N44E
N53E
N62E
N71E
N80E
Control Relay
NC
5-1
VM
NC
02
CAL5-11
Side-mounted 2-pole
auxiliary contact block
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VE5-1
Interlock unit
N44E
N53E
N62E
N71E
N80E
Control Relay
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Possible accessory combinations
Type N, NE, NL, TNL
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Configurations of accessories are different depending on whether front or side mounted.
Accessories — Front mounting
Auxiliary contact blocks
1-pole CA54-pole CA5Type
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Main
poles
2 2 E
3 1 E
4 0 E
N ...................................
N ...................................
N ...................................
N ...................................
N ...................................
4
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
0
E
E
E
E
E
NE ............................... 1 2 2 E
NE ............................... 1 3 1 E
NE ................................... 4 0 E
NE ...................................
NE ...................................
NE ...................................
NE ...................................
NE ...................................
4
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
0
E
E
E
E
E
NL ............................... 1 2 2 E
NL ............................... 1 3 1 E
NL ................................... 4 0 E
NL ...................................
NL ...................................
NL ...................................
NL ...................................
NL ...................................
4
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
0
E
E
E
E
E
TNL ..............................1 2 2 E
TNL ..............................1 3 1 E
TNL .................................. 4 0 E
TNL .................................. 4
TNL .................................. 5
TNL .................................. 6
TNL .................................. 7
TNL .................................. 8
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Auxiliary contact Blocks
2-pole CAL5-11
Interlock units
Built-in
auxiliary
contacts
N ............................... 1
N ............................... 1
N ...................................
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Accessories — Side mounting
TP - A Pneumatic
timer block
4
3
2
1
0
E
E
E
E
E
1 to 4 CA51-pole blocks
or
—
1 to 4 CA51-pole blocks
or
—
1 CA54-pole block
or
—
or
—
1 to 4 CA51-pole blocks
or
—
—
1 to 4 CA51-pole blocks
1 CA54-pole block
1 CA54-pole block
or
—
or
1 CA54-pole block
—
or
1 TP - A block
+
1 to 2
CAL5-11 blocks
or
—
+
1 to 2
CAL5-11 blocks
or
1 TP - A block
+
1 to 2
CAL5-11 blocks
or
—
+
1 to 2
CAL5-11 blocks
or
—
or
1
CAL5-11 block
or
—
or
1
CAL5-11 block
or
—
or
1
CAL5-11 block
or
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
—
or
1
CAL5-11 block
or
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
+ 1 CAL5-11 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
1 VM/E5-1 block
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Technical data
UL & CSA
AC inductive ratings — NEMA A600
Continuous
current
Voltage
120V
240V
480V
600V
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break
7200VA
720VA
Continuous
current
Voltage
120V
250V
300-600V
5
Maximum
make
Maximum
break
138VA
138VA
DC coil consumption
In rush
Sealed
In rush
Sealed
80VA
8VA
7.0W
7.0W
AC operating time
DC operating time
Pickup
Dropout
Pickup
Dropout
10 – 20ms
10 – 20ms
30 – 90ms
10 – 20ms
AC mechanical endurance
DC mechanical endurance
30 million operations
30 million operations
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AC coil consumption
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Technical data
Terminal marking and positioning
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N control relays
Pole configuration schematics
4 Pole control relay
13
NO
A1
13
A1
21
31
A2
43
A1
21
13
A2
43
33
13
NO NC NO NO
NO NC NC NO
A1
23
33
A2
43
NO NO NO NO
13
A1
23
33
A2
43
NO NO NO NO
51 61 71 81
NC
NC
NO NC NO NO
NO NO NO NO
52 62 72 82
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
14
32
44
A2
22
44
A2
N31E
N22E
7
34
24
34
44
A2
24
43
NO
NC
22
NC
32
NO
44
A1
A2
N22E
34
13
NO
21
NC
33
NO
43
NO
NO
14
NC
22
NO
34
NO
44
A1
A2
A1
23
13
A2
43
33
13
33
A2
43
13
NO NO NO NO
53 61 71 83
NO NO NO NO
53 61 71 81
NO NC
A1
23
NO NC
NC NC
NC NO
A1
23
33
A2
43
13
NO NC
A2
33 43
NO NO
NO NO NO NO
54 62 72 82
NO NO NO NO
54 62 72 84
NO NO NO NO
54 62 74 84
NO NO NO NO
54 64 74 84
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
14
24
34
44
A2
A1
23
33
A2
41
13
44
A2
A1
23
33
NO NC
NC NO
44
A2
24
34
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
61
NC
73
NO
83
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NC
62
NO
74
NO
84
14
42
A2
24
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
61
NC
71
NC
83
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NC
62
NC
72
NO
84
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
63
NO
73
NO
83
NO
N80E
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NO
64
NO
74
NO
84
34
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
43
NO
53
NO
61
NC
71
NC
81
NC
NO
44
NO
54
NC
62
NC
72
NC
82
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
51
NC
61
NC
71
NC
81
NC
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NC
52
NC
62
NC
72
NC
82
N44E
N80E
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
41
NC
51
NC
61
NC
75
NC
87
NO
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
61
NC
75
NC
87
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NC
42
NC
52
NC
62
NC
76
NO
88
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NC
62
NC
76
NO
88
N51/11
N31/11
NC NO
14
NO
14
N53E
A1
44
A2
A2
43
54 62 76 88
NO NO NO NO
34
34
N71E
52 62 76 88
NO NO NO NC
24
24
43
NO
N62E
NO NO NO NO
53 61 75 87
NO NO NO NC
51 61 75 87
NC NC
34
N62E
N53E
13
24
33
NO
N40E
NO NO NO NO
53 63 73 83
NO NO NO NO
53 61 73 83
23
NO
N31E
N71E
A1
23
13
NO
4 Pole control relay with 4 pole adder deck
44
A2
N44E
N40E
31
NC
NC NC
NO NC NC NO
22
NO
14
A2
21
NC
44
A2
N51/11
N33/11
Other possible contact combinations with auxiliary contacts added by the user
13
A1
21
33
A2
43
13
A1
21
33
A2
43
NO NC NO NO
NO NC NO NO
53
NO
54
5-
13
+
=
5-
-3
NO
-4
A1
23
33
A2
43
13
A1
23
33
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
51 61
NC NC
52 62
5-
6-
5-
6-
+
=
NO NC NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
14
34
44
A2
22
34
44
A2
24
34
13
NO
21
NC
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
-1
NC
-2
+
-1
NC
-2
A2
NO
14
NC
22
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
Combination 41 E
A1
NO NC NO NO
22
A1
A2
43
44
A2
24
34
44
A2
A2
Combination
41 E
=
N 31 E
+
CA5-10
Combination
42 E
=
N 40 E
+
CA5-01
+
CA5-01
A1
23
33
A2
43
13
NO NO NO NO
53
NO
54
=
A1
23
33
A2
43
13
A1
23
33
A2
43
13
A1
23
33
A2
43
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
5-
53 63
NO NO
54 64
5-
6-
5-
6-
+
5-
-3
NO
-4
+
=
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
14
24
34
44
A2
Combination
50 E
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24
N 40 E
34
44
A2
+
CA5-10
24
34
44
A2
Combination
60 E
=
A2
24
N 40 E
34
-3
NO
-4
+
-3
NO
-4
A1
CA5-10
+
A2
CA5-10
33
NO
43
NO
51
NC
61
NC
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NC
52
NC
62
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
Combination 50 E
44
A2
+
23
NO
Combination 42 E
A1
13
13
NO
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
63
NO
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NO
64
Combination 60 E
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Technical data
Terminal marking and positioning
Type NE
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NE control relays
Pole configuration schematics
13
A1
21
31
A2
85
NO NC NC NC
13
A1
21
33
A2
85
NO NC NO NC
13
A1
23
33
A1
A2
85
NO NO NO NC
A2
A3
85
13
NO
21
NC
31
NC
86
NO
14
NC
22
NC
32
NE12E
NO NC NC NC
NO NC NO NC
NO NO NO NC
14
14
14
22
32
86
A3
NE12E
22
34
86
A3
NE21E
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34
A1
A2
A3
85
13
NO
21
NC
33
NO
86
NO
14
NC
22
NO
34
NE21E
A1
A2
A3
85
13 23
NO NO
33
NO
86
NO NO
14 24
NO
34
NE30E
86
A3
7
NE30E
7.29
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Technical data
Terminal marking and positioning
Type NL & TNL
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Standard devices without addition of auxiliary contacts
13
A1
21
31
43
A1
21
13
NO NC NC NO
33
43
13
NO NC NO NO
A1
23
33
43
A1
NO NO NO NO
A2
NO NC NC NO
NO NC NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
22
32
44
A2
NL22E
TNL22E
7
13
A1
23
34
44
A2
NL31E
TNL31E
33
43
A1
23
13
NO NO NO NO
51 61 71 81
NC NC
22
33
NO NC
14
14
NL44E
TNL44E
24
31
NC
43
NO
A1
NO
14
NC
22
NC
32
NO
44
A2
NL40E
TNL40E
13
NO
21
NC
33
NO
43
NO
NO
14
NC
22
NO
34
NO
44
A1
A2
NL31E
TNL31E
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NL40E
TNL40E
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
51
NC
61
NC
71
NC
81
NC
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
61
NC
71
NC
83
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NC
52
NC
62
NC
72
NC
82
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NC
62
NC
72
NO
84
NL62E
TNL62E
NL44E
TNL44E
NC NO
54 62 72 84
NO NO NO NO
44
A2
21
NC
NL22E
TNL22E
44
A2
NO NO NO NO
53 61 71 83
NC NC
34
34
43
52 62 72 82
NO NO NO NO
24
24
13
NO
34
44
A2
NL62E
TNL62E
Other possible contact combinations with auxiliary contacts added by the user
A1
13
A1
21
33
43
13
NO NC NO NO
53
NO
54
A1
21
A1
13 23
33
43
5-
+
5-
NO NC NO NO
NO NC NO NO
14
14
34
44
A2
Combination
41E
13
43
33
43
A2
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NC NO NO
=
22
33
A1
23
=
22
34
51 61
NC NC
52 62
-3
NO
-4
6-
5-
6-
+
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
14
24
34
44
A2
44
A2
24
34
-1
NC
-2
+
-1
NC
-2
=
A1
44
A2
NL40E
TNL40E
+ CA5-01 + CA5-01
+ CA5-01 + CA5-01
13
A1
23
33
43
13
NO NO NO NO
53
NO
54
33
43
5-
+
=
5-
24
34
44
A2
33
13
43
53 63
NO NO
54 64
-3
NO
-4
33
43
5-
6-
5-
6-
=
+
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
14
14
24
34
44
A2
24
34
A2
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
14
A1
23
A1
23
44
A2
24
34
-3
NO
-4
+
-3
NO
-4
13
A1
23
33
=
43
13
NO NO NO NO
53 63 73 83
NO NO NO NO
A1
23
33
A1
44
A2
14
14
44
A2
Combination
80E
=
7.30
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+
=
67- 85NO NO NO NO
34
24
34
NL40E
TNL40E
=
NL40E
TNL40E
+ CA5-10 + CA5-10
+ CA5-10 + CA5-10
63
73
83
53
NO
NO
14
NC
22
NO
34
NO
44
NC
54
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
51
NC
61
NC
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NC
52
NC
62
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
63
NO
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NO
64
Combination 60 E
A1
13
NO
23
NO
33
NO
43
NO
53
NO
63
NO
73
NO
83
NO
A2
NO
14
NO
24
NO
34
NO
44
NO
54
NO
64
NO
74
NO
84
43
NO NO NO NO
67- 85-
54 64 74 84
NO NO NO NO
24
Combination
60 E
+ CA5-10
+ CA5-10
NL40E
TNL40E
43
NO
Combination 50 E
A2
Combination
50E
33
NO
Combination 42 E
A1
A1
13 23
21
NC
Combination 41 E
A2
Combination
42 E
+ CA5-10
+ CA5-10
NL31E
TNL31E
5-
=
13
NO
Combination 80 E
NO NO NO NO
54
64
74
84
44
A2
+
+
CA5-40E
CA5-40E
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Technical data
IEC
Type
Number of poles
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NE12, NE 21, NE 30
N22, N31, N40
N44, N53, N62, N71, N80
NL22, NL31, NL40
NL44, NL62
3
4
8
4
8
Insulation characteristics
Rated insulation voltage Ui
acc. to IEC947-5-1 and VDE0110 (Gr. C)
acc. to UL/CSA
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp
acc. to IEC947-5-1
V
V
690
600
kV
8
General technical data
Standards
Devices complying with international standards IEC947-5-1/947-4-1
and European standards EN60 947-5-1/60 947-4-1
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) according to amendment A11 to IEC947-1;
EN60 947-1 and amendment 2 to IEC947-4-1
Air temperature near contactor
— for operation in free air:
— for storage:
°C
°C
-40 to +55 (0.85 – 1.1 Uc) / +55 to +70 (Uc)
-60 to +80
Climatic withstand
7
according to IEC68-2-30 and 68-2-11 – UTE C63-100, Specification II
Mounting positions
(see diagrams below)
Operating altitude
Positions 1 to 5
- θ < 55°C : 0.85 – 1.1
- θ = 55 - 70°C :
Position 6
- θ < 55°C : 0.95 – 1.1
- θ > 55°C : not acceptable
m
Shock withstand according to
IEC 68-2-27 and
EN 60068-2-27
Mounting pos. 1
(see below)
C1
A
ABB
A
B1
unauthorized
< 3000
1/2 sinusoidal shock, 11ms: no change in contact position
B2
C2
Shock direction: A, C1, C2 : 20 g
B1
: 5g
B2
: 15 g
Mounting
— on mounting rail
35mm according to IEC715 and EN50022
— with screws (not supplied)
2 x M4
Connection terminals (delivered in open position,
screws of unused terminals must be tightened)
M 3.5 (+,-) posidrive 2 screw with cable clamp
Connection capacity
Rigid solid
16 – 12
16 – 12
1 x AWG
2 x AWG
Degree of protection
according to IEC529, IEC947-1 and EN60529
— Pole terminals
— Coil terminals
Mounting positions
Electrical durability of contacts
utilization category AC – 15 according to IEC947-5-1
making current:
10 x
Ie with cos ϕ = 0.7 and Ue
breaking current:
Ie with cos ϕ = 0.4 and Ue
Pos. 6
30°
30°
ABB
Pos. 5
Pos. 4
IP20
IP20
The curves opposite show
the electrical durability of
the control relays as well
as the add-on auxiliary
contact blocks in relation
to the breaking current Ic.
These curves have been
drawn for resistive and
inductive loads up to
690V, 40 – 60 Hz.
30
20
10
CA5, CAL 5
4a
nd
8-p
ole
4a
N&
nd
NE
8-p
typ
ole
es
NL
typ
es
5
3
Million ops
Pos. 2
IP20
IP20
2
1
0.5
0.3
Pos. 1±30°
0.2
Pos. 1
0.1
0.02
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
1
2
3
4
5 6
10
Breaking current (A)
Pos. 5
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Technical data
IEC
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Type
Number of poles
NE12, NE21, NE30
N22, N31, N40
N44, N53, N62, N71, N80
NL22, NL31, NL40
NL44, NL62
3
4
8
4
8
Pole utilization characteristics
Rated operational voltage UeV
690
Conventional thermal current in free air Ith
according to IEC947-5-1
θ ≤ 40°C
A
16
16
A
A
A
A
A
6
4
3
2
2
6
4
3
2
2
6/144
2.8/134
1/72
0.55/69
0.3/75
6/144
2.8/134
1/72
0.55/69
0.3/75
Rated operating current Ie
in AC-15 according to IEC947-5-1
24 – 127 V 50/60 Hz
230 – 240 V 50/60 Hz
400 – 415 V 50/60 Hz
500 V 50/60 Hz
690 V 50/60 Hz
7
in DC-13 according to IEC947-5-1
24VDC
48VDC
72VDC
125VDC
250VDC
A/W
A/W
A/W
A/W
A/W
Field of rated frequencies
Hz
Mechanical durability in operating cycles
Max. switching frequency
cycles/h
Electrical durability in operating cycles
Max. switching frequency
cycles/h
25 – 400
10 million
3000
> 20 million
6000
1200
10 x Ie /AC-15
10 x Ie /AC-15
Rated making capacity according to IEC947-5-1
Rated breaking capacity according to IEC947-5-1
gG (gl) protection fuse
A
Rated short time withstand current
at ambient temp. of 40 °C,
in free air, from cold state
30 million
6000
10
1.0 s
0.1 s
100A
140A
50A
100A
Insulation resistance at 500 VDC
after durability test: 5 MΩ
Min. switching capacity
with failure rate below 10-6
17V / 5mA
Non overlapping time between N.O. and N.C.
contacts
Power loss per pole at 6A
24V / 5mA
≥2
ms
W
0.10
0.15
Magnet system characteristics
Coil operating limits θ ≤ 40°C
according to IEC 947-5-1 : 0.85 - 1.1 Uc
Drop out voltage in % of Uc
Coil consumption (average value)
— a.c. operation: 50 Hz pull in
60 Hz pull in
50/60 Hz1 pull in
50/60Hz holding
10 – 30%
roughly 40 – 65%
roughly 10 – 30%
VA
VA
VA/VA
VA/W
—
—
—
—
70
80
74/70
8/2
—
—
—
—
W
W
90
2
—
—
3
3
—
12 – 250
20 – 690
—
—
12 – 240
ms
2
2
2
ms
ms
10 – 16
8 — 12
10 – 26
7 – 21
100
20 – 70
ms
ms
5 — 14
11 — 17
4 – 11
9 – 16
10 – 17
16 – 27
— d.c. operation: cold pull in
warm holding
Rated control voltage Uc
— AC operation: 50/60 Hz
— DC operation:
Max. permissible short supply interruption
without opening of contacts
Operating time
between coil energization and:
— closing of N.O. contact
— opening of N.C. contact
between coil de energization and:
— opening of N.O. contact
— closing of N.C. contact
V
VDC
1 50/60 Hz coils: voltage codes 80 to 88, see page 7.5.
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Approximate dimensions
Type N, NE, NL, & TNL
AC & DC operated
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Type N, 4 Pole, AC operated
2.91
74
2.68
68
0.22
1.73
1.38
5.5
35
44
2.91
2.36
1.97
74
60
50
0.18
4.5
7
Type NE, 4 Pole, DC operated
2.91
74
2.68
68
0.22
1.73
1.38
5.5
35
44
2.91
2.36
1.97
74
60
50
0.18
4.5
Type NL, TNL
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Approximate dimensions
Accessories for Type N & NE
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N & NE
A
B
SIDE MOUNTED
AUXILIARY
7
SINGLE POLE
TOP MOUNTED
AUXILIARY
D
F
PNEUMATIC
TIMER
Type
N
NE
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FOUR POLE
TOP MOUNTED
AUXILIARY
E
ON-POSITION
LATCH
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MECH INTERLOCK D.C.
OPERATED
A
B
C
D
E
F
2.20
3.96
4.21
5.71
5.00
—
MM
56
100.5
107
145
127
—
IN
2.20
3.96
4.21
5.71
5.00
—
MM
56
100.5
107
145
127
—
IN
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Electronic relays
Safety
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Description
The C57x series covers 10 safety relays which
perform safety functions on machines. Their
fields of application extend from emergencystop circuits through guard door monitoring
functions and tread mats to presses and
punches. All C57x products are UL Listed,
CSA approved and bear the CE Mark.
All safety relays can be used on the basis
of their classification into the risk categories
to EN 954-1, they are approved by the
employers’ liability insurance associations
and/or the German Technical Inspection
Authority (TÜV) and comply with the
requirements of EN 60204, Part 1.
Redundancy is achieved by series-connection
of two N.O. contacts. These N.O. contacts
are located in two mutually independent,
positive-action, all-or-nothing relays which
monitor each other by means of a specialpurpose circuit.
Diversity is provided thanks to the
combination of N.C. contact and N.O.
contact. Cyclic monitoring of the safety circuit
in each On/Off cycle ensures maximum
reliability.
Thanks to the two-channel control and/or
control which is immune to shorts across
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contacts, it is also possible to monitor signalling
devices such as emergency-stop buttons or
limit switches of the guard doors. This ensures
the required level of safety even on systems
subject to a high level of pollution.
In the event of a fault or error, the safe state of
the system is achieved directly after opening
the safety contacts. These enable circuits are
N.O. contacts which open reliably in the event
of fault or error and thus reliably switch off the
potentially hazardous drives or machines.
Additional signalling contacts, N.C. contacts
which close in the event of a fault or error
or semiconductor outputs, are available,
depending on the type of equipment.
Easy, reliable and fast wiring is achieved by
a clear and manageable terminal designation
system. This allows wiring errors to be
minimized.
In addition to all these safe features, the C57x
safety relays correspond to the product design
of ABB’s range of switchgear and control
systems. They fit in perfectly with the overall
design of the switch cabinet.
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Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
—
24VDC
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
—
—
—
Safety
Weight
category
(oz.)
Piece
per unit
Catalog
number
List
price
1SAR501042R0003
4 N.O.
—
1 N.C.
1 N.O.
3
33.86
1
1SAR501042R0002
1SAR501042R0004
1SAR501042R0005
$ 870
Description
C570
7
•
•
•
•
•
Single channel connection
Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
LED indicators for power and operation
Output: 4 N.O. and 1 N.O. & 1 N.C. positively driven
Overall width: 75mm
Application
The safety relay can be used to monitor Emergency Stop circuits and for monitoring of other protective devices (i.e., safety
gates).
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Type C571
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
24VAC
24VDC
24VDC
—
—
115 VAC
230 VAC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
—
—
Safety
category
Weight
(oz.)
Piece
per unit
3, (4)1
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3, (4)1
3, (4)1
8.47
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Catalog
number
1SAR501020R0001
1SAR501020R0003
1SAR501020R0004
1SAR501020R0005
List
price
$ 280
Description
C571
Emergency Stop monitor and safety gate monitor C571
• Auto-start / monitored start
• Operating voltage Vc at Emergency Stop button or limit switch
• Feedback loop for monitoring of external contactors
• LED indicators for power, channel 1 and 2
• Safety outputs: 2 N.O. contacts, positively guided
• Width of enclosure: 22.5mm
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Application
Use the safety control gears C571/C573 in Emergency Stop devices as per EN418 and in safety circuits as per VDE
0113 Part 1 (11.98) and/or EN 60 204-1 (11.98), e.g., with moveable covers and guard doors. Depending on the external
connections, categories 3 and 4 (with additional external measures) as per DIN EN 954-1 are achievable.
1 Possible with additional external measures. The digit in parenthesis applies only if the cables and sensors are laid safely and protected
mechanically.
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Type C572
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
—
3 N.O.
3 N.O.
3 N.O.
—
—
—
—
—
2 N.C.
2 N.C.
2 N.C.
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
4
0.360
0.450
0.450
0.360
1
1SAR501032R0003
1SAR501032R0002
1SAR501032R0004
1SAR501032R0005
$ 520
Description
C572
7
Emergency Stop monitor and safety gate monitor C572
• Auto-start / monitored start
• 24 VDC at Emergency Stop button or limit switch
• Cross-short circuit detection at Emergency Stop button or limit switch
• Feedback loop for monitoring of external contactors
• LED indicators for power, channel 1 and 2
• Safety outputs: 3 NO contacts positively guided
• Signalling contacts: 2 NC contacts positively guided
• Width of enclosure: 45mm
Application
Use safety control gear C572 in Emergency Stop devices as per EN 418, in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (06.93)
and/or EN 60 204-1 (12.97), e.g. with moveable covers and guard doors. Depending on the external connection, safety
category 4 as per DIN EN 945-1 is achievable with this device.
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Type C573
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
24VAC
24VDC
3 N.O.
—
1 N.C.
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
3, (4)1
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1SAR501031R0001
$ 340
Description
C573
•
•
•
•
•
•
Operating voltage Ue at Emergency-Stop button or limit switch
Single or two-channel connection
Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
LED indicators for Power, Channels 1 and 2
Output: 3NO and 1 NC positively driven
Overall width: 45mm
Application
The safety relays C571/C573 can be used in Emergency Stop circuits as per EN 418 and in safety circuits as per VDE
0113 Part 1 (11.98) and/or EN 60 204-1 (11.98), i.e., with movable covers and guard doors. Depending on the external
connections, categories 3 and 4 (with additional external measures) as per DIN EN 954-1 are achievable.
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1 Possible with additional external measures. The digit in parenthesis applies only if the cables and sensors are laid safely and protected
mechanically.
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Type C574
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
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2 N.O. 2 N.O. 1 N.C. 3, (4) 1
1SAR503041R0003
1SAR503041R0002
1SAR503041R0004
1SAR503041R0005
$ 675
Description
C574
7
Emergency Stop switching device and safety door monitor with time delay C574
• Single or two-channel connection
• Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
• LED indicators for Power, Channels 1 and 2, delayed channel 1/2
• Release time adjustable steplessly up to 30 s
• Output: 2 NO, 1 NC, 2 NO time-delayed
• Overall width: 45 mm
Application
The safety relay C574 can be used in Emergency Stop devices as per EN 418, in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1
(06.93) and/or EN 60 204-1 (12.97), such as for monitoring safety gates, or in circuits with controlled stand-still requirement
(Stop Category 1). Depending on the external circuitry, this device can be used to realize Safety Category 4 instantaneous
release circuits and Safety Category 3 delayed release circuits according to DIN EN 954-1.
• Delay time, 0.5 to 30 s stepless adjustment
• Auto-start
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
15.17
21.16
21.16
15.17
1
1
1
1
1SAR503141R0003
1SAR503141R0002
1SAR503141R0004
1SAR503141R0005
$ 675
• Delay time, 0.05 to 3 s stepless adjustment
• Monitoring-start
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
15.17
21.16
21.16
15.17
1
1
1
1
1SAR533241R0003
1SAR533241R0002
1SAR533241R0004
1SAR533241R0005
24VDC
—
—
—
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
2 N.O.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
1 N.C.
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
3, (4)1
15.17
21.16
21.16
15.17
1
1
1
1
1SAR533141R0003
1SAR533141R0002
1SAR533141R0004
1SAR533141R0005
$ 675
• Auto-start
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
$ 675
1 Possible with additional external measures. The digit in parenthesis apply only if the cables and sensors are laid safely and protected
mechanically.
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Type C575
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
2 N.O.
—
2 N.C.
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
4
12.35
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1SAR504022R0003
1SAR504022R0002
1SAR504022R0004
1SAR504022R0005
$ 780
Description
C575
Two-hand control C 575
• For activating presses (e.g. in conjunction with overtravel monitor C 578)
• 24 V DC at the two-hand control switches
• Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
• 5 LED circuit state indicators for Power, S1 ON, S1 OFF, S2 ON, S2 OFF
• Simultaneity monitoring: 0.5 s
• Output: 2 NO, 2 NC positively driven
• Overall width: 45 mm
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Application
C575 is suitable for installation in controls for presses.
• Hydraulic presses DIN EN 693
• Eccentric and related presses EN 692
• Screw presses EN 692
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Type C576
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
24VAC
24VDC
2 N.O.
—
—
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
4
8.47
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1SAR501120R0001
$ 350
Description
C575
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Emergency Stop switching device and safety door monitor C 576
• Cross-short detection at the EMERGENCY-STOP button or limit switch
• 24 V DC at the EMERGENCY-STOP button
• Single or two-channel connection
• Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
• LED indicators for Power, Channel 1, Channel 2 and Power
• Output: 2 NO
• Auto-start
• Overall width: 22.5 mm
Application
The safety relay C576 can be used in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (11.98) or EN 60 204-1 (11.98), i.e., with movable
covers and safety gates; the safety relay C577 in Emergency Stop circuits as per EN 418. Depending on external connections, category 4 as per DIN EN 954-1 is achievable.
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Type C577
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
24VAC
24VDC
2 N.O.
—
—
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
4
8.47
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1SAR501220R0001
$ 350
Description
C575
Emergency stop switching device and safety door monitor C577
• Cross-short detection at the Emergency Stop button or limit switch
• 24 V DC at the Emergency Stop button
• Single or two-channel connection
• Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
• LED indicators for Power, Channel 1, Channel 2 and Power
• Output: 2 NO
• Controlled start
• Overall width: 22.5 mm
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Application
The safety relay C576 can be used in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (11.98), or EN 60 204-1 (11.98) i.e., with movable covers and safety gates; the safety relay C577 in Emergency Stop circuits as per EN 418. Depending on external connections, category 4 as per DIN EN 954-1 is achievable.
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Type C578
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
VDC
Instan- Time
taneous delay
—
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
24VDC
—
—
—
3 N.O.
—
1 N.C.
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
4
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1SAR505031R0003
1SAR505031R0002
1SAR505031R0004
1SAR505031R0005
$ 910
Description
Overtravel monitor C 578
C575
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• Cross-short detection at the EMERGENCY-STOP button or limit switch
• 24 V DC at the EMERGENCY-STOP button
• Feedback circuit for monitoring external contactors
• LED indicators for Power and Enable
• Output: 3 NO and 1 NC positively driven
• Controlled start
• Overall width: 45 mm
Application
The overtravel distance tester C578 is intended for checking the overtravel of linearly operating hydraulic, pneumatic and
spindle presses in accordance with VBG 7n5.2 §11.
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Type C579
Voltage range
Output contacts
Enable contacts Auxiliary
50/60Hz
24VAC
110VAC
230VAC
VDC
—
Instan- Time
taneous delay
4 N.O.
—
—
Safety
Weight
Piece
Catalog
List
category
(oz.)
per unit
number
price
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1SAR502040R0001
1SAR502040R0004
1SAR502040R0003
$ 390
Description
C575
Expansion unit for contact expansion of the safety switching devices C 579.
One enable contact of the basic device is required for connection to the expansion unit.
• 4 NO positively driven
• Overall width: 22.5 mm
Application
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You can use the C579 expansion unit in combination with all the C57x basic units. It extends the number of release circuits.
Depending on the external connection, category 4 as per DIN EN 954-1 is achievable with this device.
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Accessories
for Type C560
Type
Description
C560.10
Cover cap sealable, for protection against
unauthorized adjustment
C560.20
Panel mounting bracket
Weight
(oz.)
Pcs per
unit pk
Catalog
number
List
price
8.47
5 sets
1SAR390000R1000
$ 30
8.47
5 sets
of two
pcs ea.
1SAR390000R2000
22
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C565-S
with positively guided contacts
Multifunction time relay – 8 functions4, 15 time ranges, 2 c/o positively guided & gold plated
Time range with rotary
switch can be set to
0.05s - 100h1
Supply voltage
AC 50/60Hz
DC
24 - 240V2 24 - 240V3
Weight
(oz.)
Piece
per unit
5.28
1
Catalog
number
1SAR330030R0000
List
price
$ 129.00
Functions can be set by a rotary switch.
Separate markers allow a clearly legible and distinctive setting of the timing functions.
The markers are available as an accessory.
Accessories
Item
description
1SAR330030R0000
1SAR390000R2000
Ident
letter
Piece
per unit
C560.10, cover sealable
For protecting against unauthorized
readjustment
—
5
1SAR390000R1000
$ 30.00
C560.20, plug-in tab for screw mounting
Mounting
on panel
—
5 with 2
pieces each
1SAR390000R2000
22.00
5 sets
1SAR390000R4000
42.00
C560.40, Set of labels for multifunction relay
C565, full set with 16 functions
ON-delay
OFF-delay, with auxiliary voltage
ON and OFF-delay, with auxiliary voltage
Flascher, starting with OFF
Impulse-ON
Impulse-OFF, with auxiliary voltage
Pulseformer with auxiliary voltage
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Catalog
number
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price
1 Switch position y no timing. To be used for testing purposes (ON/OFF function) within the installation. When voltage is applied the relay remains
energized or remains de-energizes permanently.
2 Operating range 0,7 to 1,25 x Us.
3 Operating range 0,85 to 1,1 x Us.
4 The c/o contacts are operated simultaneously, so that 8 functions can be selected (no Ym, no instantaneous contact)
5 Positively guided: N/C and N/O contacts are never closed both, contact distance of 22.5mm is guaranteed, minimum switching load 12V, 3mA.
Technical data
Time relay
C 565-S
Mechanical service life
operations
Rated insulated voltage (Pollution degree 3)
Overvoltage categorie III acc. to DIN VDE 0110
Permissible ambient temperature
AC V
during operation
storage
1SAR390000R4000
°C
°C
Operating range of excitation 1
Rated operating currents Ie
Output relay
AC-15 at AC 230V, 50 Hz
AC-140; DC-13
DC-13 at DC 24V
DC-13 at DC 48V
DC-13 at DC 60V
DC-13 at DC 110V
DC-13 at DC 230V
Fusing DIAZED 2 [Utilization category gL/gG]
25
16 18
26 28
150 4
ms
35
typically ± 5%
Repeat accuracy
≤ ± 1%
Enclosure
acc. to DIN EN 60 529
IP 20 terminals
IP 40 covers
Wire size
single-core
Terminal screws
mm/in.
mm¨
AWG
for normal screw-driver size 3 and Pozidrive 2
Permissible normal position
1 x (0.5 – 4)
2 x (0.5 – 2.5)
1 x (0.5 – 2.5)
2 x (0.5 – 1.5)
2 x (20 – 14)
M 3.5
any
Vibrostability acc. to IEC 60068-2-6
g/ms
Hz/mm
15/11
10-55 / 0,35
EN 50081-1
EN 50082-2
1 Unless otherwise specified
2 Without any welding as per IEC 60947-5-1.
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Minimum ON period
Resistance to shock semi-sinusoidal acc. to IEC 60068-2-27
A2
33
—
1
0.45
0.35
0.2
0.1
Recovery time
stranded with wire end ferrule
15
A
—
A
A
A
A
A
2500
5000
single-core or stranded
B1
2
6
1/h
1/h
AC/DC
24...240 VAC/DC
A1
W
VA
Switching frequency
when loaded with Ie, AC 230V
when loaded with contactors B6, B7, AC 230 V
Setting tolerance referred to full scale value
Circuit diagram C 565-S
– 25 to + 60
– 40 to + 80
0.85 to 1.1 x Us with AC; 0.8 to 1.25 x Us with DC
0.95 to 1.05 times rated frequency
Rated power
at AC 230V, 50 Hz
Terminal positioning C 565-S
30 x 106
300
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4 Wide range voltage power pack; voltage dependent 10 to 250 ms.
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C6700 - C6702
with soid state output
Electronic safety relays with solid-state output C 67xx
• Solid-state outputs – no contacts – no wear
• Low weight & small size – Space and weight advantage
• Positively guided standard contactors operate as switching elements
C 67xx safety relays are solely used to monitor the sensors connected (e.g. limit switches resp. EMERGENCY-STOP-buttons) and actuators (positively guided standard contactors).
The basic unit C 6700 itself does not feature safe outputs. Only when the unit is used together with positively guided actuators (e.g. contactors B6, B7) the complete circuit fulfills up to category 3 to EN 954-1.
Us = 24VDC; Ue = 24VDC; Ie = 0.5ADC 13.
The safety relay C 6701 with solid-state outputs can be used directly to switch off connected devices up to category 3 or 4
to EN 954-1. Us = 24VDC; Ue = 24VDC; Ie = 1.5ADC 13.
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• Solid-state control of actuators,
therfore no wear
• No contact failure at currents of
17V, 1mA
• Short circuit proof
• High switching frequencies
• 24VDC sensor supply
• Economical
The safety relay C 6702 with solid-state outputs can also be used to directly switch off connected devices up to category 3
to EN 954-1 and stop categories 0 and 1 at a width of 22.5 mm only.
Time delay settable from 0.05-3 or 0.5-30s. Us = 24VDC; Ue = 24VDC; Ie = 1.5ADC 13.
Type
C 6700
C 6701
C 6702
C 6702
Supply voltage
Vc
Package
unit
piece
Weight
1 piece
kg/lb
24VDC
1
0.150/0.33
Catalog
number
List
Price
1SAR 510 120 R 0003
1SAR 511 320 R 0003
1SAR 543 320 R 0003
1SAR 513 320 R 0003
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factory
Technical data
C 6700
Permissible ambient temperature TU
Operation / storage
Degree of protection acc. to EN 60 529
Rated insulation voltage Vi
Internal standard circuit diagram
of a safe circuit in accordance to
C 6700
L1 L2 L3
24V DC
ON
A1
Y33
Y34
Y11
Y12
C 6701
C 6702
-25...+60 °C / -40...+80 °C
IP40, IP20 at terminals
50V
500V
24VDC
1.5W
0.9...1.15 x VS
8g/10ms
150g/0.33lb
min. 20ms
—
< 30ms
2kV
24VDC
1.3W
0.9...1.15 x VS
8g/10ms
150g/0.33lb
min. 30ms
7s
min. 30ms
max. 25ms
—
< 125ms
< 250ms
no fusing necessary
—
max. 40ms
—
—
no fusing necessary
Rated impulse withstand voltage Vimp
Rated control supply voltage VS
Rated power consumption
Operational voltage range
Shock resistance (half-sine) acc. to IEC 60068
Weight
Recovery time after EMERGENCY STOP
Recovery time after power failure
Release time after EMERGENCY STOP
POWER
RUN
Fail
Recovery time after power failure
Response time
Response time monitored start
Response time Auto-start
Short circuit protection
C 6700
EMERGENCYSTOP
Y21
Y22
Y20
11
A2
12
M
2kV
24VDC
1.3W
0.9...1.15 x VS
8g/10ms
150g/0.33lb
min. 30ms
—
30ms / 0.05...3s
or 0.5...30s
adjustable
—
max. 40ms
—
—
no fusing necessary
consumer
Utilization category acc. to IEC 60947-5-1:
Internal standard circuit diagram of
safety relay C 6701with solid-state
output.
Emergency
stop
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C 6702
DC-13
DC-13
DC-13
Rated operational
voltage Ve
Rated operational
current Ie
24V
24V
24V
0.5A (per output, 60 °C)
2.0A
2.0A
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Technical data
C570 - C579
Type
Single-channel connection
2-channel connection
Cross-short protection
Test certificate
Safety category to EN 954-1
Mechanical service life
Rated insulation voltage Ui
Pollution severity 3
Overvoltage category III to DIN VDE 0110
Rated impulse strength Uimp
Pollution severity 3
Permissible ambient temperature
for operation
for storage
Enclosure to EN 60 529
Shock-hazard protection to VDE 0106
Rated power
DC/AC operation at 1.0 x Us
Operating range
AC operation
DC operation
Switching frequency
C570
x
(x)1
BIA, SUVA
2, (3) 1 , (4) 1
3 million operations
250 V control circuit
400 V output contacts
C571
x
x
(x)1
C572
x
x
x
3, (4) 1 4
C573
x
x
(x)1
C574
C575
C576
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
BG, SUVA, UL, CSA
3, (4)1 4, (3)2 4
4
10 million operations
300 V
1.5 kV control circuit
4 kV output contacts
-25 to + 55 °C
-25 to + 80 °C
IP20
Safe from finger-touch
6W
C577
x
x
x
C578
-
C579
x
x
-
4
4
4
4 kV
IP203
IP20
1.5 W
3W
-25 to +60 °C (suitable for butt-mounting design)
-40 to +80 °C
IP203 IP20
IP20
IP203 IP203 IP20
Safe from finger-touch
1.5 W
0.8 to 1.1 x US
0.8 to 1.1 x US
500/h
at AC-15 resp. DC-13
4W
3W
1.5 W
1.5 W
4W
7
IP203
1.5 W
0.85 to 1.1 x US
0.85 to 1.1 x US
1000/h when loaded with Ie
Resistance to shock
Short-circuit protection
(non-welding fusing at Ik = 1kA)
Rectangular shock: 10/5 and 6/10 g/ms
Sinusoidal shock: 30/5 and 8/10 g/ms
8 g/10 ms
semi-sinusoidal to IEC 60 068
Fuse-links for Enable/signalling
contacts: l.v.h.b.c., neozed and diazed
utilization cats. gL/gG quick-acting
Fuse-links l.v.h.b.c. Type 3NA, DIAZED Type 5SB, NEOZED Type 5SE6A
Utilisation category gL/gG quick-acting
Fuse supply C570:
Cartridge fuse quick-acting/slow-blow,
power circuit bkr. A, B, C-characteristic
Wire ranges
Flexible with wire end ferrule
Single-core
Tightening torque, terminal screw M3.5
Electrical service life at Ie
Rated operating currents
to IEC 60 947-5-1
Thermal continuous current Ith
Ie/AC-15
2 x (0.5-1.5) mm2 or 1 x (0.5-2.5) mm2
2 x (0.5-2.5) mm2 or 1 x (0.5-4) mm2
0.8 to 1.2 Nm
100.000 operations
6A
5A
115 V, 5 A
230 V, 5 A
24 V, 2 A
115 V, 0.2 A
230 V, 0.1 A
2FK
3 FK
4A
3.5 A
4.5 A
4A
5A
4.5 A
up to 230 V, 4 A
Ie/DC-13
Continuous current
Mounting positions
Width / mm
Enable circuits
UT 70 °C
UT 60 °C
UT 50 °C
any
75
22.5
45
22.5
45
45
4FK
3A
3.5 A
4A
22.5
22.5
45
22.5
1 Possible with additional external measures. The figures in bracket apply only if the cables and sensors are laid safely and protected mechanically.
2 Applies only to undelayed FK; category 3 applies to time-delayed FK
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C6700
Applications
Operation
The C 6700 safety combination can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits according to EN 418 and in safety circuits according to
EN 60 204-1 (11.98), e.g. for moving covers and safety gates.
Safety catetory 3 according to DIN EN 954-1 or SIL2 according to
IEC 61508 can be achieved, depending on the external circuits.
LEDs
Operation
POWER
RUN
FAIL
PS
E-STOP
ON
Outputs
ON
non
activated
activated
on
activated
non
activated
off
non
non
activated activated
off
Functions and connections
Faults
• Defect in electronic
• Crossover in
EMERGENCY STOP circ.
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PELV) for power supply!
off
No supply voltage
Terminal marking
A1
A2
Y11, 12
Inputs
L/+
M
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP
or position switch
Channel 2 EMERGENCY STOP
or position switch
Single channel switch
ON button, feedback loop
Solid-state outputs
Y21, 22
Y20
Y33, 34
14, 24
Outputs
Internal circuit
A1 (+)
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
for
2 x 1.5mm2
150nF/km
max. 2000m total cable length for
sensors
EMERGENCY STOP, single channel, with monitored start
Category 3/SIL2
Y11 Y20 Y21 Y33
K1
1 Power pack
2 Control logic
3 Output 1
4 Output 2
2.5 A
K2
L+
EIN
Y34
A1 Y11 Y12
1
3
C6700
Supply voltage
EMERGENCY-STOP
2
K1
4
K2
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2
A2 (-)
Y12
Y22 Y34
14
M
14 24
24
K1 K2
M
Two channel autostart for safety gate monitoring
Category 3/SIL2
EMERGENCY STOP, single channel, with monitored start
Category 2/SIL1
L/+
K1
K2
L+
EIN
K1
K2
A1 Y11 Y12
Y34
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
EMERGENCY-STOP
C6700
open closed
K1
K1
K2
M
M
K2
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2
14 24
M
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2
K1 K2
M
K1 K2
14 24
M
Single channel autostart for safety gate monitoring
Category 2/SIL1
L+
K1
K2
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
C6700
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The C 6700 safety relay has two solid-state outputs. Three LEDs indicate the
operating state and the function. During operation, all internal circuit elements
are cyclically monitored for faults.
The EMERGENCY STOP button or the position switch are connected to terminals Y11, 12 or Y21, 22. The ON button is connected in series to the NC contacts of the external actuators (feedback loop) to terminals Y33, 34 .
The C 6700 safety relay and the activated contactors K1 and K2 must have the
same frame potential. Safety category 3 to EN 954-1 is achieved only in combination with 2 external actuators with positively driven feedback contacts.
K2
K1
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24
open closed
M
M
K1
K2
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C6701
Application
Operation
The C 6701 safety combination can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits according to EN 418 and in safety circuits according to
EN 60 204-1 (11.98), e.g. in movable guards and safety gates.
Depending on the external circuit elements, safety category 4 according to DIN
EN 954-1 or SIL 3 according to IEC 61508 can be achieved.
LEDs
POWER
Operation
RUN
FAIL
PS
E-STOP
ON
Outputs
ON
non
activated
activated
on
activated
non
1
activated
off
non
non
activated activated
off
Functions and connections
The C 6701 safety combination has two reliable solid-state outputs. Three
LEDs indicate the operating state and the function.
When the device is put into operation it runs through a self-test to test the correct functioning of the internal electronics. All internal circuit components are
monitored for faults cyclically during operation.
The EMERGENCY STOP button and/or the position switches or light arrays are
connected to terminals Y11, Y12 and Y21, Y22. The ON button is connected in
series with the NC contacts of the external actuators to the supply voltage L+
(24 V DC) and to terminal Y34. The cascading input 1 is connected either via a
safe output or directly to the supply voltage L+ (24 V DC).
External actuators or loads can be switched via safe outputs 14, 24.
It must be ensured that the actuators or loads and the C 6701 electronic safety
combination have the same frame potential. Paralleling outputs 14 and 24 to
increase the load current is not permissible.
If electronic sensors (e.g. light-array monitoring) are used, in
single-channel operation, Y35 must be connected to L+ (24VDC).
For autostart operation, Y32 must be connected directly to L+ (24VDC) and Y34
must be connected to it via NC contacts of the external actuators.
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Terminal marking
Supply voltage
A1
A2
Y11, 12
Inputs
L/+
M
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP or
position switch
Channel 2 EMERGENCY STOP or
position switch
With / without cross circuit detection
Autostart switch
ON button, feedback loop
Cascading input
Safe solid state outputs
Y21, 22
Y35
Y32
Y34
1
14, 24
7
Fault
flashes
Defect in the electronic
Change in terminal
assignment during
operation
Short circuit to 24V 2
off
No supply voltage
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
max. 2000m total cable length for
for
2 x 1.5mm2
150nF/km sensors
EMERGENCY STOP, single channel, monitored start
Category 2/SIL 1
L+
K1
K2
K1
EIN
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
Y34
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14
24
M
C6701
Input
Outputs
on start up self test approx. 7 sec.
flashes
Internal circuit
K2
A1 (+)
M
Y11 Y21 Y35 Y32
1 Power pack
2 Sensors
3 Output 1
4 Output 2
6,3 A
2
1
μC1
K1
μC2
K2
M
EMERGENCY STOP, two channel, monitored start with additional
ON button category — Category 4/SIL3
L+
3
K1
K2
4
EIN
Y12
Y22 Y34
1
14
24
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32
1
Y34
C6701
A2 (-)
Safety gate monitoring, two channel, autostart
Category 4/SIL 3
K1
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
K1
M
14
24
M
K2
L+
K1
Light array monitoring, two channel, autostart category,
Category 4/SIL3
K2
L+
K1
Y34
C6701
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
K1
K2
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14
24
M
A1
Y11 Y12 Y32
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K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
1 Sensor circuits open; Cross circuit between the sensors; Short circuit of sensors to frame
2 Only when using circuit variant with "cross circuit detection".
1
K1
K2
C6701
M
K1
M
K1
14
24
M
K2
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C6702
Emergency Stop, two channel, monitored start with additional
ON button and safety gate monitoring category 4/SIL 3
Safety mat, two channel, autostart category 3/SIL 2
L+
1
EIN
Y34
C6701
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32
L+
K1
K1
K2
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
14
24
K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32
K1
K2
M
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
7
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
K1
M
14
24
14
24
M
K1
M
K2
Application
K2
Operation
The C 6702 safety combination can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits according to EN 418 and in safety circuits according to
EN 60 204-1 (11.98), e.g. in movable guards and safety gates. Depending on the
external circuit elements, safety category 4 according to DIN EN 954-1 or SIL 3
according to IEC 61508 can
be achieved.
LEDs
Operation
POWER
RUN
FAIL
PS
E-STOP
ON
non
activated
activated
on
activated
non
1
activated
off
non
non
activated activated
off
Functions and connections
The C 6702 solid-state safety combination has one safe solid-state output and
one time-delayed safe solid-state output. Three LEDs indicate the operating state
and the function.
When the device is put into operation it runs through a self-test to test the correct
functioning of the internal electronics. All internal circuit components are monitored for faults cyclically during operation.
The EMERGENCY STOP button and/or the position switches or light arrays are
connected to terminals Y11, Y12 and Y21, Y22. The ON button is connected in
series with the NC contacts of the external.
The cascading input 1 is connected either via a safe output or directly to the
supply voltage L+ (24 V DC). External actuators or loads can be switched via safe
outputs 14, 28. It must be ensured that the actuators or loads and the C 6702
electronic safety combination have the same frame potential. Paralleling outputs
14 and 28 to increase the load current is not permissible.
If electronic sensors (e.g. light-array monitoring) are used in
single-channel operation, Y35 must be connected to L+ (24VDC).
For autostart operation, Y32 must be connected directly to L+ (24VDC) and Y34
must be connected to it via NC contacts of the external actuators.
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Terminal marking
Supply voltage
A1
A2
Inputs
Y11, 12
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP or
position switch
Y21, 22
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP or
position switch
Y35
With / without cross circuit detection
Y32
Autostart changeover switch
Y34
ON button, feedback circuit
1
Cascading input
14
Safe solid state output
28
Safe solid state output, time delayed
Input
Outputs
Y34
C6701
Y34
C6701
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
1
L/+
M
activated
flashes
ON
Outputs
non
activated
off/on
on start up self test approx. 7 sec.
flashes
Fault
Defect in electronic
Change in terminal
assignment during
operation
Short circuit to 24V 2
flashes
off
No supply voltage
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
for
2 x 1.5mm2
150nF/km
max. 2000m total cable length for
sensors
Internal circuit
A1 (+)
Y11 Y21 Y35 Y32
1
2
3
4
6,3 A
Power pack
Sensors
Output 1
Output 2
2
1
μC1
μC2
3
4
A2 (-)
Y12
Y22 Y34
1
14
28
1 Sensor circuits open; Cross circuit between the sensors; Short circuit of sensors to frame
2 Only when using device with "cross circuit detection".
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C670x
Safety gate monitoring, two-channel, autostart category 4 / SIL 3
with voltage-operated e.l.c.b. and delayed disconnection, stop category 1
L+
EMERGENCY STOP, single-channel, monitored start with additional ON
button category 2 / SIL 1 with voltage-operated e.l.c.b. and delayed
disconnection, stop category 1
L+
K1
K1
K2
K2
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
EIN
Y34
C6702
K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
K1
C6702
K2
28
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14
K2
FU
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
K1
M
Y34
K2
28
14
FU
M
K1
M
EMERGENCY STOP, two-channel, monitored start with additional ON
button category 4 / SIL 3 with voltage-operated e.l.c.b. and delayed
disconnection, stop category 1
K2
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M
EMERGENCY STOP and safety gate monitoring, two channel with
tumbler, monitored start category 4 / SIL 3
L+
L+
K1
K1
K2
K2
EIN
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
EIN
Y34
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32
K2
28
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14
K1
M
1
Y34
K1
C6702
C6702
K1
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
FU
K2
K2
M
K1
M
EMERGENCY STOP, two-channel, monitored start with additional ON
button and safety gate monitoring, two-channel, autostart;
category 4 / SIL 3
28
14
M
K2
Light-array monitoring, two-channel, autostart category 4 SIL 3
L+
L+
K1
EIN
K1
Y34
K2
C6702
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
Y34
C6702
K1
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14
K1
C6702
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1
28
14
28
FU
FU
K1
M
K1 K2
M
Y34
K2
M
M
Safety mat, two-channel, autostart; category 3 SIL2
L+
K1
K2
A1
Y11 Y12 Y32 1
Y34
C6702
K1
K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2
M
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14
K2
28
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Personnel safety and machine protection
Risk category according to EN 954-1
Classification of a machine into categories to EN 954-1
F-
Frequency and/or duration of the risk exposure
F1 Rare to frequent and/or short duration of exposure
F1 Frequent to sustained and/or longduration of exposure
P-
Options for risk avoidance
(Generally referred to the speed and frequency at which the
dangerous components moves and to the clearance from
the dangerous component).
P1 Possible under certain conditions
P2 Hardly possible
Pursuant to the Machinery Directive 89/393/EEC, every machine must
comply with the relevant directives and standards. Measures must be taken to
keep the risk to persons below a tolerable extent.
In the first step, the project planner performs a risk evaluation to
EN 1050 "Risk Assessment". This must take into consideration the machine's
ambient conditions for instance. Any overall risk must then be assessed. This risk
assessment must be conducted in such a form as to allow documentation of the
procedure and the results achieved. The risks, dangers and possible technical
measures to reduce risks and dangers must be stipulated in this risk assessment.
After stipulating the extent of the risk, the category on the basis of which the
safety circuits are to be designed is determined with the aid of EN 954-1 “SafetyRelated Components of Controls”.
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Categories
B
This determined category defines the technical requirements applicable to the
design of the safety equipment.
1
2
3
4
S1
There are five categories (B, 1, 2, 3 and 4), whereby B (standing for basic category) defines the lowest risk and, thus, also the minimum requirements applicable to
the controller.
P1
F1
P2
S2
Possible selection of categories pursuant to EN 954-1
Starting point for the risk assessment of the safety-related component of the
controller.
S-
Serious injuries
S1
Slight (normally reversible) injuries,
S2
Serious (normally irreversible) injuries,
including death
P1
F2
P2
B1-4 Categories for safety-related components of controls
●
●
Preferred category
Possible category requiring additional measures
Disproportionately extensive measures by comparison
with the risk
Safety
category 1
Summary of requirements
System behaviour 2
B
The safety-related components of controls and/or their protection
devices and their components must be designed, constructed,
selected, assembled and combined in compliance with the
applicable standards, such that they can withstand the anticipated
influences.
The occurrence of a fault may lead
to loss of the safety function.
1
The requirements of B must be complied with.
Time-proven components and time-proven safety principles
must be applied.
The occurrence of a fault may lead
to loss of the safety function but the
probability of occurrence is less than
in category B.
2
The requirements of B and the use of the time-proven safety principles
must be complied with.
The safety function must be checked at appropriate intervals
by the machine control.
•
The occurrence of a fault may lead
to loss of the safety function between
the inspection intervals.
•
The loss of the safety function is
detected by the check/inspection.
If the single fault occurs, the safety
function is always retained.
3
4
The requirements of B and the use of the time-proven safety principles
must be complied with.
Safety related components must be designed such that:
• a single fault in any of these components does not lead to loss
of the safety function and
• the individual fault is detected, wherever feasible in an
appropriate manner.
The requirements of B and the use of the time-proven safety principles
must be complied with.
Safety related components must be designed such that:
• a single fault in any of these components does not lead to loss
of the safety function and
• the individual fault is detected at or before the next requirement
applicable to the safety function or, if this is not possible
an accumulation offaults may then not lead to loss of the
safety function.
Principles for
achieving safety
Predominantly characterised
by selection of componentsl
•
•
•
•
•
Certain faults but not all faults are
detected.
An accumulation of undetected faults
may lead to loss of the safety function.
If the faults occur, the safety function
is always retained.
The faults are detected in good time to
prevent loss of the safety function
Predominantly
characterised
by the structure
This mandatory classification runs likes a red thread from selection of the smallest limit switch through to the overall concept of the entire
machine, whereby it is necessary to grapple with the permanent conflict between what is technically feasible and what is permitted on the basis
of “pure theory”.
Thus: Depending on application, not every technically feasible safety category is also permitted. For instance, in the case of contactless
protection devices (light barriers etc.) only categories 2 or 4 are permitted. By contrast, in the case of tread mats, categories B to 4 can be used,
depending on risk assessment, provided these categories can be reached at all owing to the design.
The 2-hand control C575 would technically also comply with the lower categories but it cannot be connected in categories 1-3.
1 The categories are not intended to be applied in any specific order or hierarchical arrangements with respect to the technical-safety requirements.
2 The risk assessment will indicate whether full or partial loss of the safety function(s) as the result of fault is acceptable.
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Classification of a machine into
categories to EN 954-1
Pursuant to the Machinery Directive 89/393/EEC, every machine must comply with the relevant Directives
and Standards. Measures must be taken to keep the
risk to persons below a tolerable extent.
In the first step, the project planner performs a risk
evaluation to EN 1050 “Risk Assessment”. This must
take into consideration the machine’s ambient conditions for instance. Any overall risk must then be
assessed. This risk assessment must be conducted
in such a form as to allow documentation of the procedure and the results achieved. The risks, dangers
and possible technical measures to reduce risks and
dangers must be stipulated in this risk assessment.
After stipulating the extent of the risk, the category
on the basis of which the safety circuits are to be
designed is determined with the aid of EN 954-1
“Safety-Related Components of Controls”.
This determined category defines the technical
requirements applicable to the design of the safety
equipment. There are five categories (B, 1, 2, 3 and 4)
whereby B (standing for basic category) defines the
lowest risk and, thus, also the minimum requirements
applicable to the controller.
Possible selection of categories pursuant to
EN 954-1
Starting point for risk assessment of the safety-related components of the control.
Description
Scope of application
Potential risks and hazards posed by a machine must
be eliminated as quickly as possible in the event of
danger.
For dangerous movements, the safe state is generally standstill. All safety switching devices of Series
C 570 switch to de-energised state, i.e. standstill for
drives, in the event of danger or fault. Standard EN
60204 demands that every machine must feature the
Stop function of category 0.
Stop functions of categories 1 and/or 2 must be provided if necessary for technical-safety and/or technical-function requirements of the machine. Category-0
and category-1 stops must be operable independently of the operating mode, and a category-0 stop
must have priority.
There are three categories of stop function:
Category 0:
Shut-down by immediate switch-off of the energy
supply to the machine drives.
Category 1:
Controlled shut-down, whereby the energy supply
to the machine drive is retained in order to achieve
shut-down and the energy supply is only interrupted
when shut-down has been reached.
Category 2:
A controlled shut-down in which the energy supply to
the machine drive is retained.
EMERGENCY-STOP
EMERGENCY-STOP devices must have priority
over all other functions. The energy supplied to the
machine drives which may cause dangerous states
must be switched off as quickly as possible without
further risks or dangers. Resetting of the drives may
not trigger a restart. The EMERGENCY-STOP must
act either as a stop of category 0 or as a stop of
category 1.
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The basic device of the 570 Series of safety switching devices can be used for EMERGENCY-STOP
applications up to maximum category 4 to EN 954-1.
Depending on external wiring and cable routing of
the sensors, category 3 resp. 4
to EN 954-1 must be reached.
Safety door monitoring
Pursuant to EN 1088, a distinction is made between
interlocked, separating protective devices and interlocked, separating protective devices with follower.
Here as well, the safety switching devices are used
for EMERGENCY-STOP applications. Controls up to
category 4 to EN 954-1 are possible.
Presses and punches
The two-hand control C 575 is a device on which the
operator must use both hands simultaneously, thus
protecting him against risks and dangers.
The overtravel monitor C 578 is used on linear-driven
presses (e.g. hydraulic, pneumatic and
spindle presses) in accordance with VBG7n52.
It checks for the following only once during the
test stroke:
- Correct connection of the operating controls
- External cable discontinuity
- Possible failure of the components to be
monitored cyclically
The overtravel monitor can be used only in conjunction with a two-hand control. The press controllers
and overtravel monitors are suitable for installation in
controls for eccentric, hydraulic and spindle presses.
They can be used up to category 4 to EN 954-1. Type
III C to DIN 574 is possible specifically for presses.
Device construction
The safety switching device C 570 operates internally
with several contactor relays. The contacts of the
relays comply with the requirement in respect of positively driven operation to ZH 1/457, Edition 2, 1978.
This means that NO contact and NC contact may not
be closed simultaneously.
Safety relays with positively driven contacts are used
in the newly developed safety switching devices C
571-C 574, C 576, C 577 , the contact expansion C
579 and on the press controllers
C 575 and C 578. This series of devices is characterised by an extremely narrow design
(22.5mm and 45 mm). Approvals and
test certificates, conventional on the market, have
been issued by BG, SUVA, UL and CSA.
The function of the internal contactor relays/relays
is monitored in a redundant circuit. In the event of
failure of a relay, the safety switching device always
switches to de-energised state. The fault is detected
and the safety switching device can no longer be
switched on. Using normally closed contacts and
normally open contacts for the same function complies with the requirement in respect
of diversity.
Enable contacts (FK)
The safety-related function must be controlled via
safe output contacts, the so-called Enable contacts.
Enable contacts are always normally open contacts
and switch off without delay.
Signalling contacts (MK)
Normally open contacts and normally closed contacts which may not perform safety-related functions
are used as the signalling contact.
An Enable contact may also be used as a
signalling contact.
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Delayed Enable contacts
Drives which have a long overtravel must be
decelerated in the event of danger. For this purpose,
the energy supply must be maintained for electrical
braking (stop category 1 to EN 60 204-1). The safety
switching device C 574 also feature OFF-delayed
Enable contacts, besides undelayed Enable contacts.
Delay times of 0.5 to 30 s are available.
The sealable cover cap C 560.10 (see Selection data
and Ordering details, Accessories) can be fitted onto
C 574, C 6702 to protect against unauthorised adjustment of the set delay time.
Contact expansion
If the Enable contacts of the basic device do not
suffice, positively driven contactors (e.g. B6, B7)
may be used for contact expansion. One solution for
increasing the number of Enable contacts, which is
both simple to use and space-saving,
is the expansion unit C 579 (only 22.5mm wide).
The expansion unit C 579 provides 4 additional Enable contacts.
Expansion unit C 579
Expansion unit C 579 may not be operated separately in safety-related circuits but must be combined
with a safety switching device C 57x. One Enable
contact of the basic device is required for connection
of an expansion unit. The category of a control with
expansion units corresponds to the category of the
basic device.
Mounting
Snap-on mounting on 35mm top-hat rail to
EN 50 022. Screw mounting of the safety switching
devices C 57x can be implemented with two additional plug-in tabs C 560.20 (see Selection data and
Ordering details, Accessories).
User Manual
A User Manual with a device description, connection diagrams and application information in several
languages is enclosed with every safety switching
devices of Series C 570 and C 67xx.
“Safety Engineering” Application Manual
You can find further information in the “Safety
Engineering” Application Manual. It provides you with
the required information on the relevant safety standards and project planning information.
The entire range of components used for safety applications is explained in this Manual, from the sensor
(Emergency-Stop command devices and position
switches), through evaluation units (safety switching
devices C 57x and fail-safe control
AC 31 S) to the actuator (e.g. contactor for switching
motors). All these components must be selected correctly in order to meet the requirements applicable to
modern safety facilities.
Please order the “Safety Engineering” Application
Manual
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Selection guide
C570 – C6702
Selection table for ABB safety relays in accordance to risk category (EN 954-1):
Category
C 570
C 571
C 572
C 573
C 574
B
1
2
3
4
x
x
x1
x
x
x
x1
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x1
x
x
x
x2
C 575
C 576
C 577
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
C 578
C 6700
C 6701
C 6702
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Selection table for ABB safety relays in accordance to device characteristics
Characteristics
suitable for device
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C 570
C 571
C 572
C 573
C 574
C 575
C 576
C 577
C 578
C 579
C 6700
C 6701
C 6702
EMERGENCY STOP
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
yes
yes
—
3
yes
yes
yes
Safety gate monitoring
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
yes
yes
—
3
yes
yes
yes
Tread mats
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
-
Two-hand control
e.g. presses
—
—
—
—
—
yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
-
Feedback loop for monitoring of external contactors
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
—
yes
yes
yes
Single channel
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
—
—
—
—
yes
yes
yes
Two channel
—
yes
yes
yes
—
yes
yes
yes
—
—
yes
yes
yes
Cross-short circuit monitoring
—
—
yes
—
yes
—
yes
yes
—
—
—
yes
yes
24VDC at the EMERGENCY
STOP limit switch
—
—
yes
—
—
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
yes
yes
yes
Operating voltage at the
EMERG. STOP limit switch
yes
yes
—
yes
yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
-
No. of safety outputs
4
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
—
4
24
2
1
No. of time delayed
safety output contacts
—
—
—
—
1
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
No. of signalling contacts
2
—
2
1
2
2
—
—
—
—
—
—5
—5
Enclosure width in mm
75
22.5
45
22.5
45
45
22.5
22.5
45
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
Monitoring overtravel
e.g. presses
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
yes
—
—
—
Auto-start
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
—
yes
—
—
—
yes
yes
yes
Controlled/monitored start
—
—
yes
—
—
—
—
yes
—
—
yes
yes
yes
1
2
3
4
5
Possible with additional external measures.
Applies only to undelayed contact. Category 3 applies to delayed contact.
Contact extension
Solid-state outputs requirements of safety in acc. to 954-1 only in combination with positively guided contactors.
Solid-state outputs could also be used as safe messaging outputs.
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Application examples
C570, C571, C573
Information
The safety relays are tested by BIA. The shown external wiring diagrams / application examples are examples of use only. A risk appraisal has to be done by the user.
Further application examples on request.
C570
Operation
Application
Operating states indication:
“READY“ indicates that the supply voltage is applied to the unit, provided that the
contacts of the EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton or door safety switch are closed.
“ON“ lights up, when the ON button is pressed and the enabling circuits are switched through.
The safety relay can be used to monitor EMERGENCY STOP circuits and for
monitoring of other protective devices (e.g. safety gates)
L+
L+
L-
LF1
A
F1
B
EMERGENCYSTOP circuit
L+
13 NO
X3
33 NO
L+
X5
X1
23NO
43 NO
14 NO
X4
58 NO
X6
24 NO
44 NO
57NO
43 NO
65 NC
C570
L-
X2
33 NO
23NO
X5
X1
34 NO
13 NO
X3
65 NC
C570
L-
Safety gate monitoring
(A= door open,
B= door closed)
57NO
14 NO
X4
66 NC
X6
X2
34 NO
24 NO
58 NO
44 NO
66 NC
C571, C573
Operating states
Application
The safety relays C 571/C 573 can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits as per
EN 418 and in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (11.98) and/or EN 60 204-1
(11.98), e.g. with movable covers and guard doors. Depending on the external
connections, categories 3 and 4 (with additional external measures) as per DIN
EN 954-1 are achievable.
LEDs
Operation
POWER Channel 1
Channel 2
PS
EMERG.
STOP
ON
non
activated
activated
Functions and connection
activated
The safety relay C 573 has three release circuits (safety outputs) which are configured as NO contacts and a signal circuit configured as a NC contact. The safety
relay C 571 has two release (safe) circuits which are configured as NO contacts.
The number of release circuits can be increased by adding one or more C 579
extension units. Three LEDs indicate the operating state and function.
When the EMERGENCY STOP button or the limit switch is unlocked and when
the ON button is pressed, the internal circuits of the safety relays and the external
contactors are checked for proper functioning.
Connect the EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton or the limit switch in the supply
cable from A1 to +24 or L24 V. To evaluate over two channels, connect Channel 2
from A2 to 0 V or N. Connect the ON button in series with the NC contacts of the
external contactor (feedback loop) between terminals Y1 and Y2.
A1
A2
Y1, Y2
13, 14
23, 24
33, 34
41, 42
Safety
output
closed
non
activated
open
non
non
activated activated
open
Faults
Relay fusion-welded
open
Motor contactor
fusion-welded
Defects in electronic
Cross or ground faults in
EMERG. STOP circuit
(min. fault currentIKmin= 0.5A;
PTC-fuse trips or supply
voltage missing
Terminal markings
Supply
voltage
Sensors
Outputs
ON
L/+
N/ON button, feedback loop
Safety output 1 (n/o)
Safety output 2 (n/o)
Safety output 3 (n/o)*
Signal circuit 1 (n/c)*
* with C 573 only
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
for
2 x 1.5mm2
max. 1000m (total cable length for
150 nF/km sensors and power supply lines)
A1
Y1
Y2
Emergency Stop, category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
13 23
33
41
1
2
3
4
5
1
3
4
PTC fuse
Power pack
Control logic
Channel 1
Channel 2
EMERGENCY STOP, category 3 and 4 acc. to EN 954-1
L/+
24 V AC/DC
L/+
K1
EIN
K2
NOT-AUS
K1
K3
A1
Y1
M
Y2
5
A1
13 23 (33) (41)
C571/C573
2
24 V AC/DC
EMERGENCY-STOP
ON
K2
K1
Y1 Y2
13 23
(33)
(41)
C571/C573
IInternal circuit
K1
M
K2
K2
A2
14 24
34
M
42
14 24 (34) (42)
K1 K2 K3 H1
A2
A2
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M
N/ñ
14
N/ñ
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C571-AC
Safety gate monitoring, category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
Safety gate monitoring, category 3 and 4 acc. to EN 954-1
24 V AC/DC
L/+
L/+
24 V AC/DC
∞
K1
K1
K2
∞A1 Y1
K2
K3
closed
open
Y1
Y2
13
23 (33) (41)
C571/C573
A1
closed
open
K1
K2
A2
14
closed
K1
(K3)
M
K2
M
M
A2
∞
M
13 23 (33) (41)
Y2
C571/C573
open
24 (34) (42)
open
14 24 (34) (42)
H1
K1 K2
∞
closed
K1 K2 K3 H1
N/ñ
N/ñ
N/ñ
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The safety relay C 571-AC can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits as per
EN 418 and in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (11.98) and/or EN 60 204-1
(12.97), e.g. with movable covers and safety gates. Depending on the external
connections, safety categories 3 and 4 as per DIN EN 954-1 are achievable.
When the safety combination is used in «automatic start» mode, automatic restarting (as per EN 60 204-1, sections 9.2.5.4.2 and 10.8.3) must be prevented by
the higher-level control system in the event of EMERGENCY STOP.
Operating states
LEDs
Operation
POWER Channel 1
Channel 2
PS
E-STOP
ON
non
activated
activated
activated
Functions and connections
The safety relay C 571-AC has two release circuits (safety outputs) which are
configured as NO contacts. The number of safety outputs can be increased by
adding one or more C 579 extension modules. Three LEDs indicate the operating
state and function.
When the EMERGENCY STOP button or the limit switch is unlocked and when
the ON button is pressed, the internal circuits of the safety relay and the external
contactors are checked for proper functioning.
Supply voltage
A1
A2
Y11, 12
Sensors
Y33, 34
13, 14
23, 24
Outputs
non
activated
open
non
non
activated activated
open
Relay fusion-welded
Motor cont.fusion-welded
Defects in electronic
Cable length
for
2 x 1.5mm2
max. 1000m (total cable length for
150 nF/km sensors and power supply lines)
Single-channel EMERGENCY STOP with additional ON button
Safety category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
L/+
EIN
K1
A1
13 23
L 50/60 Hz
K2
EMERGENCY-STOP
A1 Y11 Y12
M
K1 K2
N
13 23
C571-AC
open closed
Two-channel EMERGENCY STOP with additional ON button
Safety category 3 and 4 acc. to EN 954-1
K1
L 50/60 Hz
K2
Y12 Y22 Y34
14
24
L/+
K1
M
Y21 Y2 A2
Power pole
Control logic
Channel 1
Channel 2
N/ñ
N
14 24
K1 K2
EIN
K2
EMERGENCY-STOP
A1 Y11 Y12
Y33 Y34
13 23
C571-AC
4
M
14 24
K2
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
2
K2
K1
Y21 Y22 A2
K1
3
1
2
3
4
13 23
L/+
1
A2
Y33 Y34
C571-AC
Two channel autostart for contactor
monitoring; Safety category 3 and 4
acc. to EN 954-1
Y11 Y21 Y33
open
Cross or ground faults in
EMERG. STOP circuit
L 50/60Hz
Internal circuit
closed
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
L
N
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP
or limit switch
Channel 2 EMERGENCY STOP
or limit switch
ON button, feedback loop
Safety output 1 (n/o)
Safety output 2 (n/o)
Y21, 22
Safety output
Faults
Connect the EMERGENCY STOP button or the limit switch to terminals Y11, 12
and Y21, 22. The ON button is connected in series with the NC contacts of the
external contactor (feedback loop) between terminals Y33, 34.
Terminal marking
ON
N/ñ
K1
K2
Y21 Y22 A2
14 24
M
K1 K2
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C572
Operation states
Application
The safety relay C 572 can be used in EMERGENCY STOP circuits as per
EN 418, in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (06.93) and/or EN 60 204-1
(12.97), e.g. with movable covers and safety gates.
Depending on the external connection, safety category 4 as per DIN EN 945-1
is achievable with this device.
LEDs
Operation
POWER Channel 1
Channel 2
PS
E-STOP
ON
non
activated
activated
Functions and connections
activated
The safety relay C 572 has three release circuits (safety outputs) which are configured as NO contacts and two signal circuits configured as an NC contact.
Three LEDs indicate operating state and function.
When the EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton or limit pushbutton is unlocked and
the ON pushbutton is pressed, the redundant safety relays, electronic circuitry
and external contactors are tested for proper functioning.
On the C 572, the ON circuit Y33, 34 is checked for short circuit. This means
that a fault ist detected when Y33,34 is closed before the EMERGENCY STOP
button is closed.
L/+
N/-
Outputs
13, 14
23, 24
33, 34
41, 42
51, 52
Safety output 1 (n/o)
Safety output 2 (n/o)
Safety output 3 (n/o)
Signal output 1 (n/c)
Signal output 2 (n/c)
open
non
non
activated activated
open
Relay fusion-welded
open
Motor cont.fusion-welded
Defects in electronic
Short circuit in ON circuit
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Cross or ground faults in
EMERG. STOP circuit
(min. fault current
IKmin= 0.5A;
PTC-fuse trips or supply
voltage missing
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Function
Monitored
start
Monitored start /
Autostart
Autostart
1-channel
ON push button
at Y33, 34
Jumper from Y11 to Y12
Jumper from Y21 to Y22
EMERGENCY-STOP
circuits at Y10, 11
Feedback loop
or jumper to
Y33, 34 and
jumper from
Jumper from Y10 to Y11
EMERGENCY-STOP
circuits at Y11, 12 and
Y21, 22
Y43 auf Y44
Important:
Y21, 22 must be
closed before or
at the same time
as Y11, 12
2-channel
closed
non
activated
Cable length
max. 1000m (total cable length for
for
2 x 1.5mm2
150 nF/km sensors and power supply lines)
Autostart and safety gate monitoring
Safety category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
L/+
L/+
A1 Y10 Y11Y12 Y21 Y22
13 23 33 41 51
C572
A1
A2
Safety outputs
Faults
Terminal marking
Supply
voltage
ON
K1
K1
K2
open
closed
K2
Internal circuit
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2
A1
Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
1
2
3
13
23
33
41
51
1
2
3
4
5
4
M
14 24 34 42 52
K1 K2
H1 H2
PE
Power pack
PTC-fuse
Control logic
Channel 1
Channel 2
N/ñ
N /ñ
Monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Safety category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
L /+
5
L /+
EMERGENCYSTOP
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
13 23 33 41 51
C572
ON
A2
PE
Y33
Y34
Y43
14
Y44
24
34
42
K1
52
K1
K2
K2
M
K3
Autostart for guard door monitoring; Safety category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2
K3
M
M
14 24 34 42 52
K1 K2 K3 H1 H2
L /+
PE
N/ñ
N /ñ
L /+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
open
closed
13 23 33 41 51
Monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Safety category 3 and 4 ac. to EN 954-1
C572
K1
K2
open
K1
closed
K3
K2
M
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A 2
14 24 34 42 52
L/+
K3
M
M
EMERGENCYSTOP
ON
L /+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
N/ñ
N /ñ
13 23 33 41 51
C572
PE
K1 K2 K3 H1 H2
K2
K1
K2
K1
M
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2
14 24 34 42 52
K1 K2 K3 H1 H2
PE
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C574
Application
Operation
The safety relay C 574 can be used in EMERGENCY STOP devices as per
EN 418, in safety circuits as per VDE 0113 Part 1 (06.93) and/or EN 60 2041 (12.97), such as for monitoring safety gates, or in circuits with controlled
stand-still requirement (STOP Category 1).
Depending on the external circuitry, this device can be used to realize Safety
Category 4 instantaneous release circuits and Safety
Category 3 delayed release circuits according to DIN EN 954-1.
LEDs
Operation
POWER Ch 1 Ch 2 Ch 1 Ch 2
PS
E-STOP
ON
non
activated
activated
closed
activated
non
delay activated
time
elapsed
open
non
non
activated activated
open
Functions and connections
Faults
Relay fusion-welded
Terminal marking
A1
A2
L/+
N/-
Output
13, 14
23, 24
31, 32
47, 48
57, 58
Safety output 1, instantaneous
Safety output 2, instantaneous
Signal output, instantaneous
Safety output 1, delayed (t)
Safety output 2, delayed (t)
1-channel
open
Motor cont. fusion-welded
Supply voltage
Function
Safety outputs
activated
non FK 1 & 2 open,
delay activated FK1(t) & FK2(t)
time
closed
elapsed
Defect in electronic
Short circuit in ON circuit
Monitored Start
ON pushbutton
at Y33, 34
Jumper from Y11 toY12
Jumper from Y21 to Y22
EMERGENCY STOP circuits at Y10, 11
Cross or ground faults in
emergency trip circuit
(min. fault current
IKmin = 0.5A; PTC fuse trips)
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
2-channel
Jumper from Y10 to Y11
EMERGENCY STOP circuits at
Y11, 12 and Y21, 22
2 x 1.5 mm2
150nF/km
for
max. 1000m total cable length for
sensors and power supply lines)
Monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Safety category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
Internal circuit
L /+
Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
1
3
2
13 23
31
47
57
L /+
1 Power pack
2 PTC-fuse
3 Control logic
4 Channel 1
5 Channel 2
6 Channel 1 (+)
7 Channel 2 (+)
4
5
6
EMERGENCYSTOP
ON
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
13 23 33
41 51
C574
A1
K2
K1
K1
M
K2
PE A2
Y33 Y34
M
14 24 34 48 58
H1 K1 K2
7
N/ñ
PE
N/ñ
A2
PE
Y33
14 24
Y34
32
48
Safety gate monitoring
Safety category 3 and 4 acc.to EN 954-1
58
L /+
ON
Monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Safety category 3 and 4 acc. to EN 954-1
L /+
47 57
C574
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31
open
K1
L /+
K1
K2
closed
K2
EMERGENCYSTOP
ON
L /+
Y33 Y34
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31
PE
A2
48 58
H1
K1 K2
K1
K1
M
PE A 2 14 24 32
48 58
N/ ñ
PE
N /ñ
K2
K2
Y33 Y34
M
14 24 32
47 57
C574
Safety gate monitoring
Safety category 2 acc.to EN 954-1
L /+
PE
H1 K1 K2
N /ñ
N /ñ
ON
L /+
open
K1
A1 Y10 Y11Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31
47 57
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The C 574 safety relay possesses two delayed and two instantaneous release circuits (safety outputs) as NO contacts and one instantaneous signal
output as NC contact. Five LEDs indicate the operating status and the functions.
The redundant safety relays, the electronics and the operated motor
contactors are tested for proper functioning when the EMERGENCY STOP
button or the limit switch button is unlatched, and when ON circuit Y33, Y34
is closed.
On the C 574 (monitored start), the ON circuit Y33, 34 is checked
for short circuit. This means that a fault ist detected when Y33, 34
is closed before the EMERGENCY STOP button is closed.
ON
closed
open
K1
K2
M
Y33 Y34
PE A2
PE
N /ñ
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K1 K2
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C575
Application
Operation
C 575 is suitable for installation in controls for presses.
• Hydraulic presses DIN EN 693,
• Eccentric and related presses EN 692,
• Screw presses EN 692.
LEDs
Operation
POWER S1 ON S2 ON
Channel 1 Channel 2 Pushbutton
non activated
Functions and connections
only S1 activated
The two-hand control unit C 575 possesses two release circuits (safety outputs)
configure as NO contacts and two signal outputs configured as NC contacts. Five
LEDs indicate the operating status and the functions.
The safety outputs are closed by simultaneous operation (< 0.5s)
of the push-buttons S1, S2. If one pushbutton is no longer pressed, the outputs
open. They do not close again until both pushbuttons
are no longer pressed and then simultaneously pressed again.
1. Operating voltage to be applied to the terminals A1 and A2.
The operating voltage must be de-energized with the operating
energy of the press.
2. Feedback loop to be closed:
Y11, Y12 to be jumperd or connected to the NC contacts of
external contactors.
3. Input circuits to be connected:
Pushbutton S1 to terminals Y21, Y22, Y23 and
pushbutton S2 to terminals Y31, Y32, Y33.
only S2 activated
S1 and S2 activated
The unit cannot be started with the following faults:
•
•
•
•
Short circuit, e.g. between the pushbuttons
Defective relay coils
Conductor failure
Welded contacts
• The pushbuttons are not pressed simultaneously (< 0.5s)
• Only one pushbutton is pressed
• The feedback loop Y11, Y12 is open.
Cable length
max. 1000m for 2 x 1.5mm2
(Total cable length for sensors
and power supply lines)
Terminal marking
Supply voltage
Outputs
Inputs
A1
A2
13, 14
23, 24
31, 32
41, 42
Y11,12
Y21, 22, 23
Y31, 32, 33
L/+
N/Safety output 1 (n/o contact)
Safety output 2 (n/o contact)
n/c signal output
n/c signal output
Feedback loop
Pushbutton S1
Pushbutton S2
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The output relays does not enegize if:
External circuit S1, S2 pushbuttons on two-hand control console,
H1 indicator light, K1and K2 must be positively guided contactors,
Safety category 4 acc.to EN 954-1
L /+
L /+
K1
Internal circuit
S1
K2
Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23
13
23
31
A1 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23 13 23 31 41
41
C575
A1
1
2
3
K1
4
K2
6
J
5
A2
Y31 Y32 Y33
M
14
24
A2
32 42
Y31 Y32 Y33 14 24 32
42
S2
N/K1
K2
H1
N /-
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Application examples
C576, C577
Application
Operation
The safety relay C 576 can be used in safety circuits as per
VDE 0113 Part 1 (11.98) or EN 60 204-1 (11.98), e.g. with movable covers and
safety gates; the safety relay C 577 in EMERGENCY STOP circuits as per EN 418.
Depending on external connections, category 4 as per DIN EN 954-1 is achievable.
LEDs
Operation
POWER Channel 1
Channel 2
PS
ON
The safety relays C 576/C 577 have two release circuits (safety outputs) configured
as NO contacts. The number of release circuits can be increased by adding one
or more C 579 extension units.
Three LEDs indicate operating state and function.
When the EMERGENCY STOP button or the limit switch is unlocked
and when the ON button is pressed, the internal circuit of the safety relay and the
external contactors are checked for proper functioning.
On the C 577, the ON circuit Y33, 34 is checked for short circuit.
This means that a fault is detected when Y33, 34 is closed before
the EMERGENCY STOP button is closed.
The EMERGENCY STOP button or the limit switch are connected to terminals Y11,
12, 21, 22. The ON button is connected in series to the NC contacts of the external
contactors (feedback loop) to terminals Y33, 34.
L/+
N/-
Sensors
Y11, 12
Channel 1 EMERGENCY STOP
or limit switch
Channel 2 EMERGENCY STOP
or limit switch
ON button, feedback loop
Safety output 1 (n/o contact)
Safety output 2 (n/o contact)
Y21, 22
Y33, 34
13, 14
23, 24
Outputs
non
non
activated activated
open
open
Cross or ground faults in
EMERGENCY STOP circuit
(min. fault current
IKmin= 0.5A; PTC fuse trips)
C 577 with monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
24 V AC/DC
L /+
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
closed
13 23
K1
K2
M
Y21 Y22 A2
Cable length
14 24
N/ñ
N/ñ
2x
150nF/km
open
Defect in electronic
Short circuit in ON circuit
open
for
non
activated
Relay fusion-welded
Motor cont. fusion-welded
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
1.5mm2
closed
C576
A1
A2
Safety outputs
Faults
Terminal marking
Supply voltage
ON
non
activated
activated
activated
Functions and connections
max. 1000m total cable length for
sensors and power supply lines)
C 577 with monitored start for EMERGENCY STOP
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
24 V AC/DC
L/+
K1
ON
K2
Internal circuit
A1 Y11 Y12
EMERGENCY-STOP
Y33 Y34
13 23
C577
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E-Stop
Y11 Y21 Y33
A1
13 23
K1
ϑ
1
K2
14 24
Y21 Y22 A2
2
4
M
K1 K2
3
N/ñ
N/ñ
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Application examples
C578
Application
Operation
The overtravel distance tester C 578 is intended for checking the overtravel of
linearly operating hydraulic, pneumatic and spindle presses in accordance with
VBG 7n5.2 §11.
Functions and connections
The overtravel distance tester C 578 has four safety outputs, three NO contacts
and one NC contact. Two LEDs indicate the functions.
The C 578 tests the overtravel distance in connection with a position switch every
time the control voltage is switched on. The permissible overtravel distance corresponds to dimension ’s’ of the cam that is used
to operate the position switch. Obtain dimension ’s’ from the press manufacturer in accordance with ZH 1/456 (published by the German central office for
accident prevention and labour safety, Cologne).
Terminal marking
Supply
voltage
Outputs
L/+
N/Safety output 1 (tool down)
n/o contact (tool up)
n/o contact (overtravel distance OK)
n/c contact (hydraulic pump ON)
Feedback loop (K4)
Position switch (S4)
Top dead centre switch (S3)
External circuit
S0
L /+
S1
S4
K4
K4
A1
Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23 13 23 31 41
A1 Y11Y12 Y13 Y14 Y21Y22 13 23 33 41
K1
C575
A2
C578
Y31 Y32 Y33 14 24 32 42
14 24 34 42
S5
S3
S6
S2
Operation
Release
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Overtravel distance OK.
Overtravel distance incorrect or test not yet
performed
Fault
If the cam overtravels position switch S4, indicator light H1 does not light up.
The hazardous part of the machine can be moved up to top dead centre only
by means of S6.
The press can no longer be used for production. When this happens, notify the
maintenance staff that the press needs attention.
Internal circuit
L /+
K3
LEDs
POWER
A1
A2
13, 14
23, 24
33, 34
41, 42
Y11,12, 13, 14
Y21, 22
Y31, 32, 33, 34
Inputs
Sequence of operations after the press has been switched on:
1. Switch on the hydraulic pump with S5, move plunger to top dead
centre, if necessary by means of S6.
2. Operate S1, S2 on the two-hand control console until the position
switch for test-cam (S4) opens.
3. Stop operating S1, S2.
4. Operate S1, S2 again: Indicator light H1 lights up if the overtravel
distance is OK.
5. Stop operating S1, S2: The plunger returns to top dead centre.
6. If overtravel distance is OK, all outputs remain active until the
control voltage is switched OFF.
K4
K3
K2
H1
C 575 two hand control unit,
S0 Main switch,
S1, S2 keys at two hand
control console,
S3 Position switch for top
dead centre,
S4 Position switch for test
cam
S5 Hydraulic pump "ON",
S6 Tool "up" (manual mode),
K1 Contactor for hydr. pump,
K2 Tool "up",
K3, K4 Tool "down",
H1 Indicator light
A1
Y11 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y21 Y22
1
2
13
23
33 41
4
3
J
A2
Y31
Y32
Y33
Y34
14 24
34 42
K1
N /N /-
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C579
Applications
Operation
You can use the C 579 expansion unit in combination with all
the C 57x basic units. It extends the number of release circuits. Depending on
the external connection, category 4 as per
DIN EN 954-1 is achievable with this device.
LEDs
Operation
Channel 1
Channel 2
PS
Safety output of C 57x
safety relays
ON
closed
Functions and connections
open
The C 579 expansion unit has four release circuits (safety circuits) configured
as NO circuits.
Two LEDs indicate operating state and function. The device is controlled via
any release circuit of the safety relays C 57x.
When the EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton or the limit switch is unlocked and
the ON button is pressed, the internal circuit of the safety relay and the external
contactors are checked for correct functioning.
7 Terminal marking
Supply voltage
A1
A2
L/+
N/-
Outputs
13, 14
23, 24
33, 34
43, 44
51, 52
Safety output 1 (n/o contact)
Safety output 2 (n/o contact)
Safety output 3 (n/o contact)
Safety output 4 (n/o contact)
Monitoring of the extension unit
Feedback loop
Internal circuit
Faults
Relay fusion-welded
Defect in electronics
Motor contactor fusion welded
Fault clearance
1. Switch supply voltage off.
2. Clear fault or replace device.
3. Switch supply voltage back on.
Cable length
For 2 x 1.5mm2 max. 1000m total cable length for 150nF/km sensors and power supply lines.
Safety gate monitoring
Safety category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
A1
13 23
33 43
51
ϑ
1
24 V AC/DC
2
L/+
3
4
13 23 33 41 51
C579
A1 13 23 33 43 51
C572
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
K1
5
K6
open
14 24
A2
34 44
closed
14 24 34 42 52
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2
52
K1 K2
PE
N/-
A2 14 24 34 44 52
H1 H2
N/-
K3 K4 K5 K6
N/-
N/-
EMERGENCY STOP with time delay
EMERGENCY STOP
Safety category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
L/+
24 V AC/DC
24 V AC/DC
EIN
L/+
ON
K1
C579
C577
EMERGENCYSTOP
A1 13 23 33 43 51
13 23
13 23 31
47 57
14 24 32
48 58
A1 13 23 33 43 51
C574
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22
K5
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
C579
K1
K7
EMERGENCY-STOP
Y33 Y34
14 24
Y21 Y22 A2
K1
A2 14 24 34 44 52
K3 K4 K5 K6
PE A2
K3
PE
N/-
K1 K2 H1
N/-
N/-
A2 14 24 34 44 52
K4 K5 K6 K7
N/-
N/N/-
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Approximate dimensions
C571, C573, C576, C577, C579
C570
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C572, C574, C575,C578
C6700 / C6701 / C6702
86
63.5
35
22.5
Y11 Y12 Y34
A1
Y33
5
80
100
110
82
62
73.5
POWER
RUN
FAIL
Y20 Y21 A2
Y22 14
15
24
26.5
C565-S
86
63.5
35
22.5
Y11 Y12 Y34
5
80
100
110
82
62
73.5
A1
1 Y33
POWER
RUN
FAIL
Y35 Y21 A2
Y22 14
15
28
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