TemPower 2 ACB Catalogue
ACB
Double Breaker
World Class Air
Terasaki’s TemPower2
A.C.B is the result of
an intensive market
r e s e a rch p ro g r a m
which took into account the requirements of switchboard
builders, consultants
and end users.
TemPower2 Air Circuit
Breaker is one of the
smallest in the market
with a 1 second rating
(Icw).
öBased Standards
Innovations
¡The product range of the world's smallest
ACBs, TemPower2 broadens with new
5000A and 6300A models.
¡A TemPower2 model with a frame size of
4000A is downsized.
JIS C 8201-2-1 Ann.1 Ann.2.................
IEC60947-2 ..........................................
EN60947-2 ...........................................
AS 3947-2.............................................
NEMA PUB NO.SG3 ............................
ANSI C37.13.........................................
öCertification and
Authorization
ASTA, UK ..............................................
NK, Japan .............................................
LR, UK ..................................................
ABS, USA .............................................
GL, Germany ........................................
BV, France ............................................
Circuit Breakers
...................Japanese Industrial Standard
...................International Electrotechnical Commission
...................European Standard
...................Australian Standard
...................National Electrical Manufacturers Association
...................American National Standard Institute
Contents
1. Features ...................................................2
2. Appearance and Internal Construction ...13
3. Ratings ...................................................14
4. Specifications .........................................16
zTypes of Mounting ...............................17
xAccessories for Draw-out Type ...........18
cSpring Charged Operation ..................20
vAccessories for Spring
Charged Operation .............................21
bTrip Devices ........................................22
nOver-current Releases ........................24
mOther Accessories ..............................36
,Operation Environments .....................43
5. Outline Dimensions ................................44
6. Connection .............................................58
zConductors connection area ...............58
xBusbars connection ............................63
cRecommendation
for Busbars connection .......................63
7. Circuit Diagram .......................................64
8. Technical and Application Data ..............70
9. Order Forms ...........................................76
...................ASTA Certification Services
...................Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
...................Lloyd's Register of Shipping
...................American Bureau of Shipping
...................Germanischer Lloyd
...................Bureau Veritas
1
1 Features
The ultimate in compactness and operational capability
Icw,1s = Ics for all TemPower2 ACBs.
TemPower2
TemPower2 is the world’s first
“Double Break” ACB, having two
breaking contacts per phase.
The unique pole structure
means that the short time withstand rating (Icw, 1sec) is equal
to the service short-circuit
breaking capacity (Ics) for all
models. Full selectivity is guaranteed up to the full system
fault level. TemPower2 ACBs
have the world’s smallest depth
resulting in space saving in
switchboards.
Saved space
Conventional
ACB
More than twenty design patents have been registered for
the TemPower2 ACB.
345
458
Terasaki’s core business belief is commitment to our customers and the progressive innovation of the TemPower2
AR ACB. With this in mind we are introducing our new AR440SB (Compact) 4000A ACB and new AR6 5000A and 6300A ACB. With the introduction of these new ACBs there will be a solution from 800A to 6300A
all with the same front cover dimension and standardized accessories throughout the range.
Maximum power from minimum volume was central to the design specification. With a depth of 290mm for
the fixed type and 345mm for draw-out, it is one of the smallest ACBs in the world.
ACBs with front connections are available off-the-shelf.
Front connections are especially suitable for smaller-depth switchboards.
H:460
D:345
W:354
Standard series 800–2000A
High fault series 1250–2000A
2
D:375
D:345
D:380
W:460
W:631
W:799
2500–4000A
1600– 3200A
4000A
4000A
5000-6300A
6300A
Increased accessibility from the front
It enhances ease of installation, operation, and maintenance.
Connection to the main circuit
(for front connections)
Connection to the control circuit
Accessory fitting
(Removing the front cover enables
replacement of internal parts.)
Manual operation
The double insulated design
ensures that most accessories can be safely and easily,
installed by the user. Control,
auxiliary and position switch
terminals are mounted at the
front on the ACB body for easy
access. Horizontal, vertical
and front terminal connections, can also be changed by
the user for any last minute
alterations. Due to the increased level of harmonics
within the distribution network,
the neutral phase is fully rated
as standard.
Breaker fixing bolts
(optional)
Draw-out operation
No extra arc space required,
vertical stacking permitted
Replacement of
the main contacts¶
The fixed and moving main contacts can easily
No extra arc space required
be replaced in the field, thus prolonging the life
on the circuit breaker. Changing each pole takes
The TemPower2 ACB dissipates all arc energy within
its unique “DoubleBreak”
arc chamber. The internal
energy dissipation within the
ACB allows the clearance
distance of the ACB to
nearby earthed metal to be
zero. This will assist in minimizing switchboard height
and costs.
around 15 minutes.
¶: Not possible on AR6
3
1 Features
A high performance and reliability
Very fast interruption by
“DoubleBreak” system¶
The unique “DoubleBreak” main contact system ensures
extremely fast interruption of short circuit currents and
substantially reduces main contact wear. The internally
symmetrical “DoubleBreak” structure means the moving contact is isolated from the supply voltage even when
the ACB is reverse connected. The neutral pole of all
TemPower2 ACBs are of early make/late break design.
This eliminates the risk of abnormal line to neutral voltages, which may damage sensitive electronic equipment.
“DoubleBreak” contacts increase service life - Electrical
and mechanical endurance ratings are the best available, and exceed the requirements of IEC 60947-2.
¶: Except AR6
No clamp screws used for
the main circuit
contact units¶
There are no clamp screws or flexible leads in
the main circuit contact units.
This substantially enhances the durability of the
main circuit contact units and improves the
reliability in ON-OFF operation.
Isolating main contact
Fixed main contact
Moving main contact
Main circuit contact units
¶: Except AR6
Easy Maintenance
The unique design of TemPower2 incorporates its isolating clusters and main contacts on the ACB body. Allowing for quick easy maintenance of the main electrical contact points and for maintenance to be completed
without having to isolate the switchboard.
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Enhanced selectivity
L
S
Long time delay
Short time delay
I
Instantaneous
At Terasaki our protection relays
have ‘LSI’ characteristics as
standard.
This provides an adjustable time
delay on overload (L) and also the
l2t ramp characteristic (S).
As shown, these are essential to
provide selectivity when grading
with other protective devices such
as downstream fuses and upstream relays.
The standard ‘LSI’ curve provides
more than five million combinations
of unique time current characteristics. Zone selective interlocking is
available to provide zero time delay selectivity.
As the rated breaking capacity is identical to the rated short-time withstand current full selectivity can be achieved.
Performance
Type and rated current AR208S 800A AR212H 1250A AR325S 2500A
AR212S 1250A AR216H 1600A AR332S 3200A
AR216S 1600A AR220H 2000A
AR220S 2000A
Rated
With INST trip function
breaking
current
With ST delay trip function
(at AC440V) (Without INST trip functions)
65kA
80kA
85kA
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
1600A AR440SB 4000A AR650S 5000A
2000A AR440S 4000A AR663S 6300A
2500A
3200A
100kA
100kA
120kA
AR663H 5000A
6300A
135kA
Rated short-time withstand current
(for 1 sec.)
A substantial improvement in life cycles
The TemPower2 series has achieved very high life cycles compared with our competitors.
More than
30,000 cycles
More than
25,000 cycles
More than
20,000 cycles
More than
15,000 cycles
800A
1600A
2000A
More than
10,000 cycles
2500A
3200A
4000A
5000A
6300A
(Standard Series)
Note: above figures are the mechanical endurance with maintenance. For details please refer to pages 14 & 15.
5
1 Features
TemPower2 provides positive protection for electric power systems.
The TemPower2 series is equipped with an RMS sensing over-current
release (OCR) having a wide range of protection functions and capabilities.
Standard OCR with adjustment dial
Standard OCR with LCD-‘Ammeter’
Enhanced OCR with LCD- ‘Analyser’
Type AGR-11B.
Type AGR-21B,22B.
Type AGR-31B.
Backlit LCD optional
Backlit LCD installed
Overload protection
Reverse power trip function
(S-characteristic)
Adjustable from 40–100% of rated current. True r.m.s detec-
This feature provides additional protection when paralleling
tion up to the 19th harmonic, a distant vision for the competi-
generators. The AGR22B/31B OCR for generator protection
tion who rarely see past the 7th.
Neutral protection for all those
with the reverse power trip function, negates the need for in-
Triple-N harmonics, such as 3rd, 9th and 15th. Also in case we
stallation and wiring in an external reverse power relay. This
forgot to mention, a “thermal memory” ia available on the
feature is available using an AGR OCR with a generator “S”
AGR21B/31B.
type characteristic only.
6
For general feeder circuits (L-characteristic)
For general feeder circuits (R-characteristic)
For generator protection (S-characteristic)
FOR FULL DETAILS REFER TO THE FEATURES TABLE PAGE 28-29
Two channel pre-trip alarm
function (optional)
Advanced L.C.D. display,
Over Current Relay
This function can be used to monitor and switch on additional
The AGR-31B OCR comes standard with the backlit LCD dis-
power backup to feed critical circuits. For example, the function
play. It can monitor and indicate phase currents, voltages, power,
can be set so that when a pre-trip alarm is activated, an emer-
energy, power factor, frequency, and more. For features refer
gency generator starts to ensure a constant supply. This fea-
page 27. The backlit LCD is optional for AGR-21B and AGR-
ture is only available on some AGR22B/31B OCR models with
22B.
a generator “S” characteristic.
N-phase protection
function (optional)
Remote Communications
Protocols (optional)
Data communications via Modbus, an open network, are sup-
In 3-phase, 4-wire systems that contain harmonic distortion,
ported.
the 3rd harmonic may cause large currents to flow through the
Energy Measurement
neutral conductor. The N-phase protection function prevents
I, V, kW, MWh, kVar, cosø, frequency
the neutral conductor from sustaining damage or burnout due
Intelligent Fault Analysis
to these large currents. Available in all OCRs except for gen-
Status, fault type, fault size, tripping time, fault history
erator “S” characteristic types.
Maintenance Information
Trip circuit supervision, contact temperature monitoring.
Ground fault trip
function
For details please refer to page 12.
For other protocols please contact terasaki.
Contact temperature
monitoring function (optional)
This function eliminates external relays to provide a ground
fault protection to TN-C or TN-S power distribution systems on
the load side. Ground fault protection on the line side is also
available as an option.
This function monitors the temperature of the ACBs main contacts. An alarm indicates when the temperature exceeds 155°C.
Earth leakage trip
function
Continuous monitoring of the contact temperature provides
valuable input for preventative and predictive maintenance programs.
Used in conjunction with Zero phase Current Transformer (ZCT),
this function provides protection against leakage to earth of
very small levels of current. Trip or alarm indication, and contact output is available to enhance the level of system protection.
Phase rotation
protection function
This function detects the negative-phase current occurring due
to reverse phase or phase loss and prevents burnout of a motor or damage to equipment.
7
1 Features
Optimum protective
coordination
Why use a separate panel mounted protection relay when
you can have all the benefits of I.D.M.T. protection integral to
the ACB?
TemPower2 is available with a choice of flexible protection curves
to assist in selectivity applications.
S.I. Standard Inverse
V.I. Very Inverse
E.I. Extremely Inverse
I0.02t = S.I.
All these curves are user definable and comply with IEC 60255-3.
Standard transformer and generator protection characteristics are
also available.
I3t
AGR-L Industrial & transformer protection
AGR-S Generator protection
AGR-R Characteristics to IEC 60255-3
Zone Interlocking
In conventional discrimination systems, short time delays
are used to allow a short-circuit current to be tripped by
the circuit breaker nearest the fault. The disadvantage of
this type of system is during a fault; considerable thermal
and mechanical stresses are placed on the entire system.
With the TemPower2 Z Interlock system the breaker
nearest the fault irrespective of the short time delay
setting will trip first.
Example of operation:
If a fault occurs in Zone 2, only AR Z Interlock
‘A’ will sense any fault current fault, a no fault signal will
be sent by AR Z Interlock ‘B’ & ‘C’, consequently AR Z
Interlock ‘A’ trips the ACB immediately, overriding its short
time delay.
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It = V.I.
I2t = E.I.
I 4t
Inverse Definite Minimum Time (I.D.M.T.)
Double opening and
closing coils
Double Opening and Closing Coils provides extended control
system redundancy to an ACB. Double coils allow designers to
implement back-up tripping and closing systems. It provides the
end user with ultimate reliability on critical UPS circuits
connected to critical loads.
Earthing Device
The unique design of TemPower2 ACBs allows for the
earthing of either the busbar (line) or the circuit (load) of a
low voltage system. Thus allowing system flexibility.
Some other manufactures only offer one option either,
busbar or circuit earthing.
For full details refer to page 42
Protection relay
performance
External
Relay
Ensure that the ACB you specify suffers no loss of
performance when tripped by an external protection relay!
The TemPower2 ACB suffers no loss in performance when
tripped through an external protection relay.
100kA
Some competitor’s ACBs have reduced breaking
performance when an external protection relay is used.
“TemPower2 ACB”
With internal or external
protection relay.
65kA 85kA 100kA
9
1 Features
Double Neutrals
System harmonics, in the face of increasing triple-N harmonic
currents Terasaki have launched a range of ACBs with double
neutrals from 800 – 6300Amps – The ‘AR-DN’. Terasaki have
the widest range of double rated neutral ACBs on the global
market.
TemCurve
TemCurve Selectivity Analysis Software is shaped
around the extensive range of Terasaki circuit
breakers, but also includes a large number of
complimentary protective devices such as High
and Low Voltage Fuses to BS88/IEC60269, IDMT
Relays to BS142/IEC60255. As a result, TemCurve
can assist in protection device grading from the
transformer primary to the point of final
distribution, giving the facility to produce
overcurrent and earth fault studies.
Maximum rated current of 6300A
The AR6 air circuit breaker interrupts the
current at two points on the line side while
dissipating heat from contacts or terminals by
efficient air convection through a pressure
valve.
Pressure valve
Efficient air convection through a pressure valve
Patent granted
10
Meeting customer
requirements
TemPower2 provides solutions to satisfy customer needs.
SWITCHBOARD BUILDER
• Compact size for high packing density
• No extra arc space required for clearance
• Low temperature dissipation
• Built in trip supervision circuit
• Fully rated neutral as standard
• Terminal connections and accessories are field changeable
• Uniform panel cut out size
CONSULTANT
• Time Current Characteristics to IEC 60255-3
• Standard, Very and Extremely Inverse curves available
• Restricted and Unrestricted ground fault protection in one relay
• LSI characteristic curves as standard
• True r.m.s. protection
• Integral reverse power protection and load shedding relay
END USER
• Self checking protection relay and tripping coil
• Built in relay tester available on AGR21B/22B/31B can check
on line without tripping the ACB
• Contact temperature monitoring
• Fault diagnosis - type of fault, magnitude, tripping time & trip
history
• High making capacity for operator safety
• Communication via B.M.S. or S.C.A.D.A. system
• Main contacts can be changed within around 15 minutes per
pole
11
1 Features
Communication facility
added to TemPower2
TemPower2 is equipped with an optional communication
interface unit that allows data exchange with a host PC
via a Modbus open network. Data communicated includes
measurements, fault log, maintenance information, ON/
OFF status, settings, and control (ON/OFF/RESET) signals.
Data measurement
Phase current I1, I2, I3, IN, Ig and max current
Imax are measured and transmitted.
Phase current
Line-to-line voltage V12, V23 and V31 are measured.
Active power
Three-phase power and the reverse power are
measured.
Demand active power Active power demand (over time) and historical
max. power are recorded.
Accumulated power Accumulated power is measured.
Fault log
Cause
Whichever trip functions, LTD, STD, INST,
or GF is activated is then transmitted.
Fault current
The fault current at which the breaker tripped
open is transmitted.
Trip pickup time
The trip pickup time is transmitted.
Power factor
Circuit power factor is measured.
Frequency
Frequency is measured.
Note) Above is for type AGR-31 OCR.
Type AGR-21 and AGR-22 measure only phase current.
Network interface I/O specifications
Item
Modbus
Transmission standard RS-485
Transmission method
Maintenance information
Tripping circuit
monitoring
The tripping coil is always monitored for
disconnection. If the breaker is not open within
approx. 300 ms of a trip signal delivered from
the OCR, an alarm signal is generated.
On-screen PC monitor
Two-wire half-duplex
Topology
Multi-drop bus
Transmission rate
19.2 kbps max
Transmission distance 1.2 km max (at 19.2 kbps)
Data format
Modbus-RTU or ASCII
Max number of nodes
1 – 31
Communication network
Power Monitoring
Host PC
Next page
Host network
TR 3ø750kVA
6600/460V
Fault cause OCR status
Long time-delay
Short time-delay
Instantaneous
Ground fault
Fault current
A
ACB Tripping time
sec.
ACB No.1
I1
V12
Power factor
Power
Electric energy
Print
ON
729
A
455
V
95 %
546 kW
1041 kWh
Commercial gateway or PLC
RS485
ON
320
A
418 KWh
Power supply No. 1
ON
206
A
364 KWh
Power supply No. 2
ON
180
A
235 KWh
Power supply No. 3
Pump
OFF
ON
0
A
13 KWh
23
A
11 KWh
Conveyer
Modbus
Up to 31 units can be
connected per system
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Appearance
and
2 Internal Construction
Appearance
¶Red ON button and GREEN OFF button are available on request.
Internal Construction
Control circuit terminals
Main circuit terminal
Charging motor
Isolating main contact
Closing coil
Fixed main contact
Moving main contact
Closing spring
Measuring CT
Arc chamber
Closing mechanism
Moulded insulating cover
Power CT
Draw-out arm
13
3 Ratings
Series
AMPERE RATING(A)
TYPE
RATED CURRENT (max) [In](A)
qw
JIS!2,IEC, EN, AS
NEMA, ANSI
Marine
NEUTRAL POLE AMPERES FRAME (A)
NUMBER OF POLES
e r
RATED PRIMARY CURRENT OF OVER–CURRENT
RELEASE [ICT](A)
• for general feeder circuit use
Standard
800
AR208S
800
800
800
800
3
4
200
400
800
RATED CURRENT OF OVER–CURRENT RELEASE(A)
• for generator protection use
[In] is generator rated current.
100ÖInÖ200
200ÉInÖ400
400ÉInÖ800
AC RATED INSULATION VOLTAGE [Ui](V. 50/60Hz)
RATED OPERATIONAL VOLTAGE [Ue](V. 50/60Hz)
AC RATED BREAKING CAP [kA sym rms]/MAKING CAP [kA peak]
JIS!2, IEC, EN, AS
AC 690V
[Ics= Icu]
440V
NEMA
AC 635V
ANSI
508V
254V
ui
DC 250V
NK
o
AC 690V
450V
LR, AB,
o
AC 690V
GL, BV
450V
RATED IMPULSE WITHSTAND VOLTAGE [Uimp](kV)
RATED SHORT TIME WITHSTAND
1s
CURRENT[Icw][kA rms]
3s
LATCHING CURRENT (kA)
TOTAL BREAKING TIME (s)
CLOSING OPERATION TIME
SPRING CHARGING TIME (s) max.
CLOSE TIME (s) max.
No. of operating cycles
Mechanical life with maintenance
without maintenance
Electrical life
without maintenance AC460V
AC690V
Draw-Out Body (kg)
!1
Draw-Out Chassis (kg)
!1
Total Draw-Out Weight (kg)
!1
Fixed (kg)
!1
OUTLINE DIMENSION (mm)
FIXED TYPE
a
b
b
c
a
c
d
d
DRAW-OUT
a
TYPE !0
b
b
c
a
c
d
d
Standard
1250
AR212S
1250
1250
1250
1250
3
4
400
800
1250
1000
690
High fault
1600
AR316H
1600
1600
1600
1600
3
4
200
400
800
1250
1600
200ÖInÖ400 100ÖInÖ200 200ÖInÖ400 800ÖInÖ1600 100ÖInÖ200
400ÉInÖ800 200ÉInÖ400 400ÉInÖ800
200ÉInÖ400
630ÉInÖ1250 400ÉInÖ800 630ÉInÖ1250
400ÉInÖ800
630ÉInÖ1250 800ÉInÖ1600
630ÉInÖ1250
800ÉInÖ1600
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
690
690
690
690
690
Standard
2000
AR220S
2000
2000
2000
2000
3
4
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200ÖInÖ400
400ÉInÖ800
630ÉInÖ1250
800ÉInÖ1600
1000ÉInÖ2000
1000
690
50/105 t
65/143 y
42/96.6
50/115
65/149.5
40/40
50/115
65/153 y
50/115
65/153 y
50/105 t
65/143 y
42/96.6
50/115
65/149.5
40/40
50/115
65/153 y
50/115
65/153 y
55/121
80/176
42/96.6
55/127
80/184
40/40
55/128
80/186
55/128
80/186
50/105 t
65/143 y
42/96.6
50/115
65/149.5
40/40
50/115
65/153 y
50/115
65/153 y
55/121
80/176
42/96.6
55/127
80/184
40/40
55/128
80/186
55/128
80/186
85/187
100/220
50/115
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
100/233
85/201
100/233
50/105 t
65/143 y
42/96.6
50/115
65/149.5
40/40
50/115
65/153 y
50/115
65/153 y
55/121
80/176
42/96.6
55/127
80/184
40/40
55/128
80/186
55/128
80/186
12
65
50
65
0.03
12
65
50
65
0.03
12
80
55
65
0.03
12
65
50
65
0.03
12
80
55
65
0.03
12
100
75
85
0.03
12
65
50
65
0.03
12
80
55
65
0.03
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
30000
15000
12000
10000
45
51
28
35
73
86
53
59
30000
15000
12000
10000
45
51
28
35
73
86
53
59
30000
15000
12000
10000
46
52
33
42
79
94
54
60
30000
15000
12000
10000
46
52
30
38
76
90
54
60
30000
15000
12000
10000
46
52
33
42
79
94
54
60
25000
12000
10000
7000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
25000
12000
10000
7000
46
52
33
42
79
94
54
60
30000
15000
12000
10000
46
52
33
42
79
94
54
60
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
360
460
290
75
354
460
345
40
445
439
445
439
q: Values in open air at 40°C (45°C for marine applications).
w: Values of AR208S, AR212S, AR216S for draw-out type with horizontal terminals, Values of the other ACBs for draw-out type with vertical terminals.
e: For 2 pole ACBs use outside poles of 3 pole ACB.
r: 4poles ACBs without Neutral phases protection can not apply IT earthing
system.
t: Cannot apply IT earthing system, i.e., insulated from earth.
y: For 500V AC.
u: ARG OCRs can not be used for DC. Please contact TERASAKI for DC
application.
i: A special version of the breaker is available to use above 250V DC.
Contact Terasaki for details.
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High fault
1250
AR212H
1250
1250
1250
1250
3
4
200
400
800
1250
445
439
Standard
1600
AR216S
1600
1540
1600
1600
3
4
400
800
1250
1600
445
439
High fault
1600
AR216H
1600
1600
1600
1600
3
4
1600
445
439
586
580
445
439
High fault
2000
AR220H
2000
2000
2000
2000
3
4
2000
1000ÖInÖ2000
1000
690
445
439
o: Applicable to only 3 pole ACBs.
!0: For vertical terminals or horizontal terminals.
!1: These weights are based on normal specifications with the OCR and standard accessories.
!2: Comply with JIS C 8201-2-1 Ann.1 Ann.2
!3: Values for ACBs with INST. 100/220kA for ACBs with MCR.
!4: Can apply IT system with special specification. Contact TERASAKI for the
detail.
¶: Contact TERASAKI for the ratings.
Note: When the INST trip function is set to NON, the MCR function should be
enabled, otherwise, the rated breaking capacity is reduced to the rated
latching current.
High fault
2000
AR320H
2000
2000
2000
2000
3
4
2000
High fault
2000
AR420H
2000
¶
2000
2000
3
800
2000
Standard
2500
AR325S
2500
2500
2500
2500
3
4
2500
High fault
2500
AR325H
2500
2500
2500
2500
3
4
2500
Standard
3200
AR332S
3200
3200
3200
3200
3
4
3200
High fault
3200
AR332H
3200
3200
3200
3200
3
4
3200
Standard
4000
AR440SB
4000
3310
4000
4000
3
4
4000
Standard
4000
AR440S
4000
3700
4000
4000
3
4
4000
High fault
4000
AR440H
4000
3700
4000
4000
3
4000
Standard
5000
AR650S
5000
4700
5000
5000
3
4
5000
Standard
6300
AR663S
6300
5680
6300
6300
3
4
6300
High fault
6300
AR663H
6300
5680
6300
6300
3
4
5000
6300
1000ÖInÖ2000 400ÖInÖ800 1250ÖInÖ2500 1250ÖInÖ2500 1600ÖInÖ3200 1600ÖInÖ3200 2000ÖInÖ4000 2000ÖInÖ4000 2000ÖInÖ4000 2500ÖInÖ5000 3150ÖInÖ6300 2500ÖInÖ5000
1000ÖInÖ2000
3150ÖInÖ6300
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
1000
690
85/187
100/220
50/115
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
100/233
85/201
100/233
75/165 t
120/264 !3
65/149.5
75/172.5
120/276
40/40
75/179
120/287
75/179
120/287
65/143 t
85/187 y
50/115
65/149.5
85/195.5
40/40
65/153
85/201 y
65/153
85/201 y
85/187
100/220
50/115
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
100/233
85/201
100/233
65/143 t
85/187 y
50/115
65/149.5
85/195.5
40/40
65/153
85/201 y
65/153
85/201 y
85/187
100/220
50/115
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
100/233
85/201
100/233
85/187
100/220
50/115
80/184
100/230
40/40
—
—
85/198
100/233
75/165 t
100/220
65/149.5
75/172.5
100/230
40/40
75/179
100/245
75/179
100/245
75/165 t
120/264 !3
65/149.5
75/172.5
120/276
40/40
75/179
120/287
75/179
120/287
85/187 !4
120/264
65/149.5
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
120/287
85/201
120/287
85/187 t
120/264
65/149.5
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
120/287
85/201
120/287
85/187 t
135/297
65/149.5
80/184
100/230
40/40
85/201
138/322
85/201
138/322
12
100
75
85
0.03
12
100
85
100
0.03
12
85
65
85
0.03
12
100
75
85
0.03
12
85
65
85
0.03
12
100
75
85
0.03
12
100
75
85
0.03
12
100
85
100
0.03
12
100
85
100
0.03
12
120
85
120
0.05
12
120
85
120
0.05
12
135
85
120
0.05
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
10
0.08
25000
12000
10000
7000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
15000
8000
3000
2500
71
76
147
—
20000
10000
7000
5000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
20000
10000
7000
5000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
20000
10000
7000
5000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
20000
10000
7000
5000
56
68
49
57
105 125
80
92
15000
8000
3000
2500
58
71
68
87
126 158
—
—
15000
8000
3000
2500
71
92
68
84
139 176
—
—
15000
8000
3000
2500
71
76
147
—
10000
5000
1000
500
125 160
75
100
200 260
—
—
10000
5000
1000
500
140 180
80
105
220 285
—
—
10000
5000
1000
500
140 180
80
105
220 285
—
—
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
—
—
—
—
631
460
375
53
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
466
460
290
75
460
460
345
40
—
—
—
—
460
460
345
140
—
—
—
—
631
460
375
53
—
—
—
—
631
460
375
53
—
—
—
—
799
460
380
60
586
580
586
580
586
580
586
580
586
580
—
580
—
801
—
—
—
—
—
1034 799
460
380
60
—
—
—
—
—
1034 799
460
380
60
—
1034
15
4 Specifications
TemPower2 series ACBs have an extensive range of accessories available,
enabling the ACBs to be “custom built” to suit every application.
ACB type
Standard Series
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
AR220S
AR325S
AR332S
AR440SB
AR440S
AR650S
AR663S
High fault Series
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
3-poles
4-poles
Main circuit safety shutters (See P. 18)
Control circuit safety shutter (See P. 18)
Position switches (See P. 19)
Type of mounting
Fixed type
Draw-out type
Test jumper (See P. 18)
Mal-insertion prevention device (See P.18)
Breaker fixing bolts (See P. 18)
Door interlock (See P. 19)
(Note 5)
Horizontal terminals
Vertical terminals
Front connections
Lifting plate (See P.41)
Inter-pole barrier (Note 1) (See P. 42)
Control circuit screw terminals
Automatic closing
spring release (See P. 21)
Earthing device (See P. 42)
Spring charged operation
Over-current release (OCR)
Manual charging
Motor charging
For general feeder circuit (L, R)
For generator protection (S)
O.C.R. Type AGR-21,22B,31B
Standard O.C.R. Type AGR-11B
LT , ST , INST or MCR
LT , ST , INST
Pre-trip alarm, 1-channel (See P. 25)
Step - down transformer (See P. 21)
Ground fault trip (See P. 25)
Pre-trip alarm, 2-channel (See P. 25)
Spring charge indicator (See P. 21)
Ground fault trip (See P. 25)
“Ready to close” contact (See P. 39)
Earth leakage trip ¶ (See P. 25)
Reverse power trip (See P. 25)
Operation indication
(via individual contacts)
Field test
Operation indication
(via single contact)
Trip indicator (See P.38 )
N-phase protection (Note2) (See P.25)
Spring charge indicator (See P. 21)
Mechanical reset facility (See P.26)
“Ready to close” contact (See P. 39)
CT for neutral line (Note 3) (See P. 37)
Trip indicator (See P. 38)
OCR checker (See P. 36)
N-phase protection (Note2) (See P. 25)
OCR test interface unit (See P. 36)
Contact temperature monitoring function (See P.25)
Phase rotation protection (See P.25)
Auxiliary switches with 4c contacts arrangement (standard)
Auxiliary switch assembly
(Note 4) (See P. 38)
Zone interlock (See P.26)
Door flange (See P. 41)
Mechanical interlock ¶(See P. 40)
Communication function ¶ (See P. 12)
Key lock (See P. 39)
ON-OFF cycle counter (See P. 38)
CT for neutral line (Note 3) (See P. 37)
Key interlock (See P. 39)
Control circuit terminal cover (See P. 41)
OCR checker (See P. 36)
Continuous-rated shunt trip device (See P. 22)
IP cover (See P. 42)
OCR test interface unit (See P. 36)
Capacitor trip device (See P. 22)
Lifter (See P. 18)
Undervoltage alarm (See P. 26)
Undervoltage trip (See P. 23)
OFF Padlock (OFA) (See P. 42)
Tropicalization (See P. 43)
Normal environment
Special environment
Cold climate treatment (See P. 43)
Anti-corrosion treatment (See P. 43)
TemPower2 suited to your application
Note 1: Not applicable to ACBs equipped with front connections.
Note 2: Applicable to 4-pole ACBs.
Note 3: Required for ground fault protection for 3-poles ACB on 3-phase,
4-wire systems.
16
Note 4: Microload switch assembly with 3c arrangement available.
Note 5: Vertical terminal is standard and horizontal terminal is optional for High
fault series. Front connection is not available for High fault series.
¶: Contact Terasaki for details.
1
Types of Mounting
Draw-out type
Fixed type
This type of ACB consists of a breaker body and a draw-out
This type of ACB has no draw-out cradle and is designed to be
cradle. The breaker body can be moved within or removed
directly mounted in the switchboard.
from the draw-out cradle that is fixed in the switchboard.
There are four breaker body positions: CONNECTED, TEST,
ISOLATED, and WITHDRAWN. The switchboard panel door
can be kept closed in the CONNECTED, TEST, and ISOLATED
positions (“shut-in three positions”).
z CONNECTED position
Terminal arrangements
Main circuit terminals
Three(3) types of main circuit terminal arrangements are available: vertical terminals, horizontal terminals, and front connections. Different types of terminal arrangements can be specified for the line and load sides.
Note: The max. rated current [In] may be reduced depending
on the main circuit terminal arrangement. For more information see page 70.
Position indicator
ISOLATED
TEST
Type
CONN
RELEASE
BUTTON
Both the main and control circuits are connected for
normal service.
x TEST position
Vertical terminals Horizontal terminals Front connections
AR208S, AR212S, AR216S
AR220S, AR325S, AR332S
AR212H, AR216H, AR220H, AR316H,
AR320H, AR325H, AR332H
õ
ù
ù
õ
õ
õ
ù
ú
—
AR440SB, AR440S, AR650S, AR663S,
AR420H, AR440H, AR663H
ù
—
—
ù: Standard. This configuration used unless otherwise specified.
õ: Optional standard. Specify when ordering.
ú: “yes” or “available”. —: “no” or “not available”.
Position indicator
ISOLATED
TEST
CONN
RELEASE
BUTTON
The main circuit is isolated and the control circuits are
connected. This position permits operation tests without the
need for opening the switchboard panel door.
£Horizontal terminals
c ISOLATED position
Position indicator
ISOLATED
TEST
CONN
RELEASE
BUTTON
£Front connections
£Vertical terminals
Both the main and control circuits are isolated.
The switchboard panel door does not need to be opened.
Control circuit terminals
Control circuit terminals are front located to allow easy wiring/
v WITHDRAWN position
access.
• The terminal blocks (for auxiliar y switches, position
switches, and control circuits) are positioned on the
top of the ACB front panel
and can be accessed from
The breaker body is fully withdrawn from the draw-out
cradle.
the front for wiring.
£Screw terminals
• M4 screw terminals are standard.
17
4 Specifications
Accessories for Draw-out Type
2
¶: Standard equipment
Main circuit safety shutters
Control circuit safety shutter
The main circuit safety shutters auto-
The control circuit safety shutter covers
The breaker fixing bolts hold the breaker
matically conceal the main circuit con-
the control circuit contacts, ensuring
body securely to the draw-out cradle in
tacts on the draw-out cradle when the
safety.
position. Use them if the ACB is subject
ACB is drawn out.
Breaker fixing bolts
to strong vibration.
• The top and bottom shutters operate
independently and can be separately
padlocked in the closed position.
• Up to three padlocks (with ø6 hasp)
can be installed on each side using
padlocking unit. (Padlock not supplied)
• In the closed position, the shutters are
locked to the extent that they cannot
Position padlock lever ¶
Test jumper
be easily unlocked by hand. They can
be unlocked and held open if required
The test jumper is a plug-in type, and
Using the position padlock lever prevents
for the purpose of inspection or main-
allows ON-OFF tests on all the
the breaker body from inadvertently be-
tenance.
TemPower2 series ACBs with the breaker
ing drawn out. The position padlock le-
body drawn out from the draw-out cradle.
ver in the pulled-out position locks the
The standard jumper cable is 5 m long.
breaker body in the CONNECTED,
TEST, or ISOLATED position. Up to three
padlocks (with ø6 hasp) can be installed.
Mal-insertion prevention device
Lifter
A special lifter is available to allow easy
Interchangeability exists within the
and safe transportation or installation of
TemPower2 series of ACBs. Because of
this feature, there is a possibility for an
the ACB. A drop prevention mechanism
ACB
is standard.
ACB of a different specification being
Loader
2300
placed into the draw-out cradle. Using
ACB mounting position
¶190Max.
ACB front panel
Grip
the mal-insertion prevention device
eliminates such a possibility.
This device is capable of distinguishing
nine different breaker bodies.
Winch handle
Please specify the Code 1A, 1B, 1C, 2A,
2B, 2C, 3A, 3B, 3C for each ACB.
95
D
Switchboard panel door
¶: If 190 mm is exceeded, contact Terasaki.
18
Type of
Lifter
AWR-1B
AWR-2B
W
Weight
D
W
(kg)
(mm)
(mm)
92
110
887
912
710
1150
Applicable
ACBs
AR2, AR3, AR440SB
AR2, AR3, AR4, AR6
Position switches
The position switch operates to give an indication of the breaker position: CONNECTED, TEST, ISOLATED, and INSERT.
There are two contact arrangements: 2c and 4c.
Connections to the switches are made via screw type terminals.
The following table lists the available types of the switches.
Number of
contacts
Type
ALR-0110P
ALR-0101P
ALR-0011P
ALR-0200P
ALR-0020P
ALR-0002P
ALR-1111P
ALR-1210P
ALR-1201P
ALR-0211P
ALR-1120P
ALR-1021P
ALR-0121P
ALR-1102P
ALR-1012P
ALR-0112P
ALR-0220P
ALR-0202P
ALR-0022P
ALR-1030P
ALR-0130P
ALR-0031P
ALR-1003P
ALR-0103P
ALR-0013P
ALR-0040P
ALR-0004P
Contact arrangement
INSERT ISOLATED
2c
4c
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
1
2
2
2
1
0
1
1
0
1
2
2
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
TEST
CONN
1
0
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
2
2
2
0
1
1
2
0
2
3
3
3
0
0
1
4
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
2
2
2
0
2
2
0
0
1
3
3
3
0
4
Position switch operation sequence
ISOLATED
TEST
CONNECTED
a- contact ON
CONNECTED position switch
a- contact ON
TEST position switch
ISOLATED position switch a- contact ON
a- contact ON
INSERT position switch
INSERT position means the breaker body is in any position
between ISOLATED and CONNECTED.
Position switch ratings
Voltage
AC 100-250V
DC 250V
DC 125V
DC 30V
DC 8V
Resistive load (A)
11
0.3
0.6
6
10
Inductive load (A)
(COS ø = 0.6, L/R = 0.07)
6
0.3
0.6
5
6
Door interlock
The door interlock prevents the switchboard door from being opened unless the breaker body is in the ISOLATED position.
When the draw-out handle is removed while the ACB is in the ISOLATED position, the interlock is released and the switchboard
door can be opened.
The breaker body cannot be inserted unless the switchboard door is closed.
Contact Terasaki for details.
Note 1: When the door interlock is installed, the standard draw-out handle cannot be stored in the switchboard. A storage drawout handle is available as an option. The storage draw-out handle can be housed flush with the front surface of the ACB.
(The storage handle will incur extra cost).
Note 2: Contact TERASAKI for the details for fitting Door interlock with IP55 cover or Door flange.
19
4 Specifications
3
Spring Charged Operation
Manual charging type
For this type of ACB, the closing springs are charged by means of the spring charging handle. ON/OFF operation of the ACB is
performed by means of ON/OFF buttons on the ACB.
Charging the closing springs
Pumping the spring charging handle by hand charges the closing springs.
Closing the ACB
Pressing the ON button on the ACB closes the ACB.
Opening the ACB
Pressing the OFF button on the ACB opens the ACB.
The ACB cannot be closed as long as the OFF button is pressed.
Motor charging type
For this type of ACB, the closing springs are charged by means of a motor. ON/OFF operation of the ACB can be performed
remotely.
A manual charging mechanism is also fitted to facilitate inspection or maintenance work.
Charging the closing springs
A motor is used to charge the closing springs.
When the closing springs are released to close the ACB, they are automatically charged again by the motor for the next ON
operation.
Closing the ACB
Turning on “remote” ON switch enables the ACB to be remotely closed.
• Anti-pumping mechanism
Even if the ON switch is kept on, ACB closing operation is performed only once.
To close the ACB again, remove the ON signal to reset the anti-pumping mechanism and then reapply the ON signal.
• If ON and OFF signals are simultaneously given to the ACB, the ON signal is ignored.
• ON signal should be given to the ACB on and over 200ms after OFF signal.
Opening the ACB
For opening the ACB remotely, specify the shunt trip device (See page 22) or the undervoltage trip (See page 23).
Operation power supply
Rated voltage
(V)
AC 100
AC 110
AC 120
AC 200
AC 220
AC 240
DC 24
DC 48
DC 100
DC 110
DC 125
DC 200
DC 220
Applicable voltage range (V)
CHARGE/
ON operation
085 –110
094 –121
102 – 132
170 – 220
187 – 242
204 – 264
18– 26
36– 53
075 –110
082– 121
93–138
150 – 220
165– 242
OFF operation
(Note1)
Operation power supply ratings
Motor inrush
current (peak) (A)
7
7
7
4
4
4
14
10
6
6
6
4
4
Note 1: For the ratings refer to the shunt trip device of page 22.
¶ Split circuit for motor and closing coil available on request.
20
Motor steady-state
current (A)
1.1
1.1
1.1
0.7
0.7
0.7
4
1.6
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.5
Closing command
current (peak) (A)
0.29
0.25
0.22
0.15
0.13
0.11
1.04
0.51
0.25
0.22
0.21
0.13
0.12
4
Accessories for Spring Charged Operation
Automatic closing spring release
Spring charge indicator
This device allows the charged closing springs to be automati-
This switch can be used to indicate that the closing springs
cally released when the ACB is drawn out.
have been fully charged.
ANSI or NEMA-compliant ACBs require this option.
■ Normal contacts for general service
Voltage (V)
AC
DC
Switch contact ratings
Resistive load
Inductive load
250
3
3
250
0.1
0.1
125
0.5
0.5
30
3
2
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 10mA.
■ Gold contacts for microload
Voltage (V)
Switch contact ratings
Resistive load
Inductive load
AC
250
0.1
0.1
DC
30
0.1
0.1
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 1mA.
Step-down transformer (external)
The maximum rated control voltage applicable to
the operation power supply is AC240V. For higher
voltages, a step-down transformer is needed.
The following step-down transformers are available
as options.
Rated control
voltage
AC410 – 470V
AC350 – 395V
Transformer
Type
Capacity Voltage ratio
TSE-30M 300VA 450/220V
TSE-30M 300VA 380/220V
21
4 Specifications
5
Trip Devices
Continuously-rated shunt trip device
The continuous-rated shunt trip device allows the ACB to be opened when an external protection relay against overcurrent or
reverse power is activated.
Because of its continuous rating, the device can also be used to provide an electrical interlock to the ACB.
*Continuously rated shunt trip and undervoltage trip can not
be fitted to the same ACB. However, by fitting a special continuously rated shunt trip to the side plate of a ACB chassis will
allow an undervoltage trip to be used in conjunction with a continuously rated shunt trip. A mechanical interlock can not be
fitted with this combination.
*Instantaneously rated shunt trip also available with special
specification. This shunt trip can be fitted with undervoltage
trip to the same ACB.
*Special double opening and closing coils are available.
For more information contact TERASAKI.
Shunt Trip Rating (Continuously rated type)
Rated
Operational
Type
voltage
voltage
(V)
(V)
Max. excitation
current
(A)
AC100
AC70–110
AC110
AC77–121
AC120
AC84–132
AC200
AC140–220
AC220
AC154–242
AC240
AC168–264
AVR–1C
DC24
DC16.8–26.4
DC30
DC21–33
DC48
DC33.6–52.8
DC100
DC70–110
DC110
DC77–121
DC125
DC87.5–137.5
DC200
DC140–220
DC220
DC154–242
¶For AR6, the opening time is 60msec.
Opening time
(max.)
(ms)
0.29
0.25
0.22
0.15
0.13
0.11
1.04
0.85
0.51
0.25
0.22
0.21
0.13
0.12
50¶
Capacitor trip device
In conjunction with the continuously-rated shunt trip device,
the capacitor trip device can be used to trip the ACB within a
limited period of 30 sec if a large voltage drop occurs due to an
ac power failure or short-circuit.
When the continuously-rated shunt trip is used with a capacitor trip device, “a” contact of auxiliary switch of ACB should be
inserted in series, otherwise internal damage may occur.
PB (OPEN) or
OCRy etc.
• Control Circuit
Note: It is not possible to test the capacitor trip device when
the test jumper is used.
Type
Rated Voltage
Operational Voltage
Rated frequecy
Rated Voltage of Shunt Trip Used
Power Consumption
AQR-1
AC100-120V
Rated Voltage X 70 to 110%
50/60Hz
DC48V
100VA
• Outline Dimensions
2–ø7.1Mtg.holes
10
3
SHT
AVR–IC
B
A
NEON LAMP
NP
POWER SWITCH
4
POWER SUPPLY
AC100V~120V
CAPACITOR TRIP
71.5
78
20
¶1
User Wiring
22
120
140
2
1
2
3
4
101
1
Auxiliary Switch
¶1: Use Auxiliary Switch for capacitor trip
95
Undervoltage trip device (UVT)
The undervoltage trip device (UVT) trips the ACB when the
Undervoltage trip control circuit (for AC)
control voltage drops below the opening voltage. When the
¶1 PB(OPEN) or OCRy etc.
control voltage is restored to the pick-up voltage, the ACB can
AC power supply
be closed. The pick-up voltage is fixed to 85% of the rated
08 18 28
¶2
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voltage.
The UVT consists of a tripping mechanism and an undervoltage
trip control device. The trip control device is available in two
types: AUR-ICS and AUR-ICD.
UVT
coil
Type AUR-ICS provides an instantaneous trip (below 200ms.)
to the ACB when the control voltage drops below the opening
Control circuit
voltage. Type AUR-ICD provides a delayed trip to the ACB when
the control voltage remains below the opening voltage for at
least 500 ms.¶
09
30
Adding a pushbutton switch (with normally opened contacts)
between terminals 24 and 30 allows the ACB to be tripped
¶1 Tripping signal is 48 VDC/5 mA.
Apply tripping signal for at least 80 ms.
¶2 For DC type use ‚9 as the (–) terminal and
‚8 as the (+) terminal.
remotely.
¶Time-delay trip over 1 sec. or 3 sec. is available as special
specification.
It takes max. 1.5sec. for UVT coil to be adsorbed after the rated
voltage is applied to the undervoltage trip device. Therefore,
for the closing command, the closing signal should be applied
on and over 1.5sec. after the rated voltage is applied.
• Ratings
Type of UVT
Control Device
AUR-1CS
RatedVoltage
50/60Hz (V)
AC
AUR-1CD
DC
Opening
Voltage (V)
Pick-up
Voltage (V)
100
35 – 70
85
110
38.5 – 77
93.5
120
42 – 84
102
200
70 – 140
170
220
77 – 154
187
240
84 – 168
204
380
133 – 266
323
415
145 – 290
352
440
154 – 308
374
24 ¶3
8.4 – 16.8
20.4
48 ¶3
16.8 – 33.6
40.8
100 ¶3 ¶4
35 – 70
85
Coil Excitation
Current (A)
0.1
Power Consumption (VA)
Normal
Reset
8
10
¶3: Special specification.
¶4: Not possilble to fit with Instantaneously rated shunt trip.
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4 Specifications
6
Over-current Releases (OCRs)
The AGR series of over-current releases (OCRs) featuring high reliability and multiple protection capabilities is available for TemPower2.
Controlled by an internal 16-bit microprocessor, the OCR provides reliable protection against overcurrent.
The OCR range is divided into three groups: L-characteristic, R-characteristic (both for general feeder) and S-characteristic (for
generator protection).
Each group consists of:
Type AGR-11B: Standard OCR with adjustment dial
Type AGR-21B,22B: Standard OCR with L.C.D. (Backlit L.C.D. optional)
Type AGR-31B: Enhanced OCR with backlit L.C.D.
Optional protection functions of the OCR include those against ground fault, earth leakage, undervoltage and reverse power.
Pre-trip alarm function can also be installed.
An AGR-11B over-current mechanical reset facility is available for special application. For more information contact TERASAKI.
Protective functions
qAdjustable long time-delay trip function LT
wAdjustable short time-delay trip function ST
RMS sensing is used to accurately read through distorted waveforms.
In addition to the standard L and S-characteristics, the R-characteristic is available in five types for long time-delay trip.
The R-characteristic can be used to give selectivity with e.g.
fuses. (See page 8).
The ST delay trip function has a “definite time delay characteristic” and a “ramp characteristic”. These characteristics are
selectable.
The ramp characteristic provides close selectivity with downstream circuit breakers or fuses.
The group AGR-L and AGR-R OCRs come in operation with
the definite time characteristic when the load current reaches
1000% or more of the rated current [In] (500% or more of the
rated current [In] for AGR-S).
The ST trip function is factory set to the definite time characteristic.
Note: In the standard shipmemt mode, COLD start mode is
selected.
Ramp characteristic curve
(“L” or “R” characteristic)
Operating time
HOT start mode (applicable to L-characteristic of AGR21B,31B)
HOT or COLD start mode is user-selectable.
In HOT start mode, the OCR operates faster than in COLD
start mode in response to an overload. The HOT start mode
gives protection, taking account of the behavior of loads under
heat stress.
Isd
2.5
tsd
0.1
200% 1000%
Current
eAdjustable instantaneous trip function INST/MCR
The INST trip function trips the ACB when the short circuit current exceeds the pickup current setting, irrespective of the state
of the ACB.
The making current release (MCR) trips the ACB when the
short circuit current exceeds the pickup current setting during
closing operation. After the ACB is closed, the MCR is locked
and kept inoperative.
The INST and MCR are selectable for AGR-21B, 22B and 31B.
(AGR-11B is INST only , MCR is not selectable)
Note) The MCR needs the control power. If the control power
is lost, the MCR provides the INST trip function only.
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rAdjustable pre-trip alarm function PTA
The pre-trip alarm function provides an alarm signal via the
uEarth leakage trip function ELT
(For AGR-31B only.)
alarm contact (1a-contact) when the load current exceeding a
In conjunction with Zero phase Current Transformer (ZCT), the
predetermined value lasts for a predetermined time. A 2-chan-
ELT function provides protection against earth leakage.
nel pre-trip alarm function is available for S-characteristic. This
The ELT pickup current can be set at 0.2, 0.3 and 0.5A
function can be used to adjust feeding to loads according to
(Medium sensitivity) or 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10A (Low sensitivity).
their priority.
This function needs the control power.
The pre-trip alarm is automatically reset when the load current
Note 1: Contact Terasaki for outline dimension of ACBs fitted
drops to the predetermined value.
Note that this function needs the control power.
with ZCT.
Note 2: For details on specifications of the external ZCT,
contact Terasaki.
tGround fault trip function GF
Note 3: The ELT function comes usually with operation
The peak value sensing is used (the residual current of each
indications. If you need nothing but earth leakage
phase is detected).
indications without earth leakage tripping operation,
The GF pickup current can be set between 10% and 100% of
specify at the time of ordering.
the CT rated primary current [ICT]. Not available if CT primary
Note 4: Contact TERASAKI for applicable models.
current [ICT] is 200A or less.
iReverse power trip function RPT
<Ramp characteristic is added>
(For AGR-22B and AGR-31B only.)
The ramp and definite time characteristics are selectable. The
The RPT function protects 3-phase generators running in par-
GF trip function comes into operation with the definite time char-
allel against reverse power. The RPT pickup current can be
acteristic when the load current reaches 100% or more of the
set in seven levels: 4% thru 10% of the generator rated power.
CT rated primary current [ICT].
The GF trip function is factory set to the definite time charac-
If the rated main circuit voltage exceeds 250 VAC, a step-down
teristic.
the step-down ratio of the transformer you will use. ¶
When using a 3-pole ACB in a 3-phase, 4-wire system, be sure
oContact temperature monitoring function OH
to use an optional CT for neutral line (see page 37).
Note 1: The GF trip function comes usually with operation indi-
power transformer is needed. When ordering the ACB, state
(For AGR-22B and AGR-31B only.)
The HEAT function prevents the ACB from suffering damage
cations. If you need nothing but ground fault indication
due to overheat.
without a ground fault tripping operation, specify at the
It monitors the temperature of the ACB main contacts, and gives
time of ordering.
an alarm on the LCD and an output signal via the alarm con-
Note 2: Restricted and unrestricted ground fault protection REF
tact (1a-contact) when the temperature exceeds 155°C.
is available as option. This enables protection against
The alarm can be manually reset when the temperature drops
ground fault on the line side of the ACB.
to a normal temperature.
If you want to set the threshold temperature to a lower value,
yN-phase protection function NP
contact Terasaki.
This NP function is available on 4-pole ACBs and prevents the
This function needs the control power.
neutral conductor from suffering damage or burnout due to
Note 1: "Alarm" or "Trip" can be selected.
overcurrent.
The NP trip pickup current can be set between 40% and 100%
!0Phase rotation protection function NS
of the OCR rated primary current for L and R-characteristics.
(For AGR-21B and AGR-31B only)
For AGR-11B, it is factory set to a value specified at the time of
This function detects the negative-phase current occurring due
ordering.
to reverse phase or phase loss and prevents burnout of a mo-
Note 1: The NP trip function comes usually with operation indi-
tor or damage to equipment. The protection setpoint ranges
cations. The NP time-delay setting is shared by the LT
from 20% to 100% of the main circuit rated current [In].
trip function.
Note 2: The HOT start mode is available for AGR-21B and AGR31B. The operating time for the NP trip function is linked
to that for the LT trip function.
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4 Specifications
!1Undervoltage alarm function UVA
!2Zone interlock Z
(For AGR-22B and AGR-31B only.)
(For AGR-22B and AGR-31B only)
This function monitors the main circuit voltage, and gives an
The zone-selective interlock capability permits tripping of the
alarm on the LCD and an output signal via an alarm contact
ACB upstream of and nearest to a fault point in the shortest
when the voltage drops below the setting voltage.
operating time, irrespective of the short time delay trip time
The alarm is activated when the main circuit voltage drops below
setting, and minimizes thermal and mechanical damage to the
the setting voltage (selectable from 40%, 60% or 80% of the
power distribution line.
rated main circuit voltage [Vn]), and is deactivated when the
main circuit voltage rises to the recovery setting voltage (se-
!3Mechanical reset facility (For the AGR-11B only)
lectable from 80%, 85%, 90% or 95% of the rated main circuit
When the circuit breaker is tripped by the overcurrent tripping
voltage [Vn]).
relay, the button pops up. Eliminate the cause for the accident
If the rated main circuit voltage exceeds 250 VAC, a step-down
and then reset the button by pressing it. Otherwise, the ACB
power transformer is needed. When ordering the ACB, state
cannot be turned ON. For further details, contact us.
the step-down ratio of the transformer you will use. ¶
Note 1: The undervoltage alarm function is disabled unless the
¶: Special version without step-down transformer
main circuit voltage has once risen to the recovery set-
This version is specially applicable in the main-circuit voltage
ting voltage or higher.
range from 250 to 690 VAC using the built-in register circuit
Note 2: If the undervoltage alarm function is used in conjunc-
board without requiring a step-down transformer. To request
tion with the undervoltage trip device (see page 23),
the version without a step-down transformer, specify your main
an alarm may occur after the ACB trips open depend-
circuit voltage.
ing on the alarm setting voltage.
NON setting and fail-safe feature
zNON setting
Setting a trip pickup current function to NON allows you to render the corresponding protection function inoperative.
Functions having the NON option include LT, ST, INST/MCR, and GF.
Appropriate NON setting will be a useful means for optimum selectivity.
xFail-safe feature
The OCR has a fail-safe mechanism in case protection functions are improperly set to NON.
For AGR-11B
• If the ST and INST trip pickup current functions are both set to NON, the fail-safe mechanism will activate the INST trip function to
trip the ACB when a fault current equal to or more than 16 times the rated current [In] flows through the ACB.
For AGR-21B, 22B, 31B
• If the ST trip pickup current function is set to NON, INST trip pickup current function can not be set to NON, and MCR can not be
selected.
• If the INST trip pickup current function is set to NON or if MCR is selected, ST trip pickup current function can not be set to NON.
For AR663H, even if MCR is selected, the fail-safe mechanism will activate the INST trip function to trip the ACB when a fault
current equal to or more than 16 times the rated current [In] flows through the ACB.
Field test facility
Type AGR-21B/22B/31B OCRs are equipped with a field test function to verify the long time delay, short time delay, instantaneous
and ground fault trip features without the need for tripping of the ACB.
To check type AGR-11B, use the type ANU-1 OCR checker (optional).
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Operation indication function
OCR with advanced L.C.D. display,
type AGR-31B (contact Terasaki for details)
z Indication via single contact (AGR-11B)
When the LT, ST, INST or GF trip function is activated, an out-
z Monitoring various data on L.C.D.
put is generated via 1a-contact.
OCR can monitor,
The 1a-contact will turn off after 40 ms or more.
• Phase current (A) of I1, I2, I3 and their max. peak current
A self-hold circuit is needed.
• Current (A) of IN, Ig
xIndication via individual contacts (AGR-21B, 22B, 31B)
When the LT trip, ST trip, INST/MCR trip, GF trip, ELT, RPT,NS,
REF, UVT, pre-trip alarm, or contact temperature monitoring
function is activated, LCD will indicate their operation individually and output is generated via the corresponding contact.
The OCR also has a self-diagnostic feature that monitors the
internal tripping circuits. If detecting any fault in the circuits,
this feature turns on the system alarm indicator. The control
power is needed.
Function
L/R-characteristic
S-characteristic
LCD
Contact
LCD
Contact
õ
õ
~ (Note 2)
INST/MCR
õ
õ
õ
õ (Note 5)
õ
õ
~
GF (Ground fault) or
ELT (Earth leakage)
õ
õ
|
|
õ
õ
õ
õ
õ
õ
¢
|
~
~
õ
¢
õ
õ
õ
¢
|
~
~
¢
¢
õ
|
|
¢
õ
~
~
õ
¢
õ
|
|
LTENP
ST
OH (Contact
temperature monitoring)
(Note 3) NS (Reverse phase)
REF (Line side GF)
Trip indication ¶1
RPT (Reverse power trip)
PTA (Pretrip alarm)
PTA2 (Pretrip alarm)
(Note 4) UV (Undervoltage alarm)
Spring charge indication
System alarm
(or, Phase voltage (V) of V1N, V2N, V3N and their peak voltage)
• Active power (W/ kW)
• Demand active power max. (W/ kW)
• Power factor (cos ø)
• Electric energy (Wh/ kWh/ MWh/ GWh)
• Frequency (Hz)
• Trip history
Fault current is monitored, and the operation cause is indi-
Operation indications
õ: Self-hold (Note 1) ~: Auto-reset ¢: status indication |: Not applicable
Protective characteristic
• Line voltage (V) of V12, V23, V31 and their max. peak voltage
(Note 2
and 5)
¢
~ (Note 2)
~
~
¢
¢
õ
cated on LCD and via individual contacts.
Note 1: The supply voltage to the OCR for indicating the main circuit voltage or
power must not exceed 250 VAC. If the main circuit voltage exceeds
250 VAC, a step-down power transformer is needed. When ordering
the ACB, state the step-down ratio of the transformer you will use.
Note 2: Special version without requiring step-down transformer is applicable
in the main-circuit voltage range from 250 to 690 VAC using the built-in
register circuit board. To request the version without a step-down transformer, specify your main circuit voltage.
xGives the system alarm with number on the LCD
for the following abnormal function.
• Trip function fail
• MHT circuit break
Note 1: To reset the motion indication, press the button on the front of OCR.
Note 2: The contact will turn off after 500 ms or more. Use a self-hold circuit.
Note 3: Only one function can be selected from OH, NS, REF or trip indication.
Selection of two or more functions involves manual connection of their
control circuits (custom configuration). Contact Terasaki for details.
Note 4: Only one function can be selected from PTA2, UV or spring charge indication. Selection of two or more functions involves manual connection of
their control circuits (custom configuration). Contact Terasaki for details.
Note 5: Motion indication contacts are commonly used for ST and INST/MCR.
¶1: A switch is used to indicate the ACB has been tripped. This switch is activated whenever the off button, the overcurrent trip device, shunt trip device or undervoltage trip device is activated.
c Contact ratings for Operation indication
Voltage
(V)
AC 250
250
DC 125
30
Current (A)
zSingle contact
xIndividual contacts
Resistive load Inductive load Resistive load Inductive load
3
3
0.5
0.2
0.3
0.15
0.27
0.04
0.5
0.25
0.5
0.2
3
3
2
0.7
Note: See page 38 for the contact ratings of Trip indicator.
See page 21 for the contact ratings of Spring charge indicator.
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4 Specifications
OCR Specifications
Protection
characteristic
r
Long
Time
Short
Time
Instantaneous/
MCR
LT
ST
INST MCR
w
q
q
ú : Available as standard
õ : Available as option
\ : Not available
q : Standard Inverse, Very Inverse, Extremely Inverse Curves
w : Only one function can be selected from OH, NS, REF or trip
indication. Selection of two or more functions involves manual
connection of their control circuits (special specification).
Contact Terasaki for details.
e : Only one function can be selected from PTA2, UV or spring
charge indication. Selection of two or more functions involves
manual connection of their control circuits (special specification). Contact Terasaki for details.
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r : Not available if CT rated primary current [ICT] is 200A or less.
t : Available up to 3,200A rated current [In].
y : Over AC 250V, a step down VT is required.
For full operational information see pages 24 to 27
Note: When a protection function of AGR-11B OCRs with singlecontact indication is activated, the corresponding operation
LED indicator is ON momentarily or OFF.
But the LED indicator is kept ON when the protection function is checked with the optional OCR checker.
w
t
y
w
e
UVAe
e
w
If the control power is not supplied or is lost, each function operates as follows:
LT, ST, INST, RPT
Operates normally.
GF
Operates normally
When the CT rated primary current [ICT] is less than
800A and the GF pick-up current is set to 10 %,
the GF becomes inoperative.
MCR
PTA
1-channel PTA
2-channel PTA
Operates as INST.
Is inoperative.
ELT
LED indicator on OCRs with single-contact indication
Is inoperative.
Is on momentarily or off.
Contact output from OCRs with single-contact indication
Contact output from OCRs with individual contact indication
LCD
Field test facility
Turns off after 40 ms or more.
Is inoperative.
Will display without backlit.
Is inoperative.
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4 Specifications
L-characteristic for general feeder circuits (Type AGR-11BL, 21BL, 31BL)
Setting range of protection functions
Protection functions
Adjustable long time-delay trip characteristics
LT
Pick-up current [IR] (A)
Setting range
Time-delay [tR] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
[In]~(0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0 – NON) ; 6 graduations
• Non tripping when load current Ö ([IR]~1.05). • Tripping when ([IR]~1.05) É load current Ö ([IR]~1.2)
(0.5 – 1.25 – 2.5 – 5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 25 – 30) at 600% of [IR]; 9 graduations
±15% +150ms – 0ms
Adjustable short time-delay trip characteristics
ST
Pick-up current [Isd] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tsd] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
[In]~(1 – 1.5 – 2 – 2.5 – 3 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – NON) ; 10 graduations
±15%
400
600
800
; 6 graduations
50
100
200
25
75
175
375
575
775
120
170
270
470
670
870
Adjustable instantaneous trip characteristics
INST or MCR (For AGR-11B, INST only)
Pick-up current [I i] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
[In]~(2 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – 12 – 14 – 16 – NON) ; 9 graduations
±20%
Adjustable pre-trip alarm characteristics
PTA
Pick-up current [IP1] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tP1] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
[In]~(0.75 – 0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0) ; 6 graduations
±7.5%
(5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 40 – 60 – 80 – 120 – 160 – 200) at [I P1] or more; 10 graduations
±15% +100ms – 0ms
Adjustable ground fault trip characteristics
GF
Pick-up current [Ig] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tg] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Ground fault trip characteristics on line side
REF (AGR-21B, 31B only)
Pick-up current [IREF] (A)
current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay (s)
N-phase protection characteristics
NP
Pick-up current [IN] (A)
Time-delay [tN] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Phase rotation protection characteristics
(AGR-21B, 31B only)
NS
Pick-up current [INS] (A)
current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tNS] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable earth leakage trip characteristics
ELT (AGR-31B only)
Pick-up current [IΔR] (A)
Current setting tolerance
Time-delay [tΔR] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Undervoltage alarm characteristics
UV
(AGR-31B only)
Recovery setting voltage (V)
Recovery voltage setting tolerance (%)
Setting voltage (V)
Voltage setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Control power
__ : Default setting
30
Note: Set [Ig] to 1200A or less.
[ICT]~(0.1 – 0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8 – 1.0 – NON) ; 8 graduations
±20%
300
500
1000
2000 ; 6 graduations
100
200
75
175
275
475
975
1975
170
270
370
570
1070
2070
[ICT]~(0.1 – 0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8 – 1.0 – NON) ; 8 graduations
±20%
Inst
[ICT]~(0.4 – 0.5 – 0.63 – 0.8 – 1.0) ; Factory set to a user-specified value for AGR-11BL.
• Non tripping when load current Ö ([IN]~1.05). • Tripping when ([IN]~1.05) É load current Ö ([IN]~1.2)
Tripping at 600% of [IN] with LT time-delay [tR]
±15% +150ms – 0ms
[In]~(0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.5 – 0.6 – 0.7 – 0.8 – 0.9 – 1.0) ; 9 graduations
±10%
(0.4 – 0.8 – 1.2 – 1.6 – 2 – 2.4 – 2.8 – 3.2 – 3.6 – 4) at 150% of [INS] ; 10 graduations
±20% +150ms – 0ms
0.2 – 0.3 – 0.5 (Medium sensitivity) or 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 10 (Low sensitivity)
Non operate below 70% of [IΔR], Operate between 70% and 100% of [IΔR].
100
150
300
500
800
1500
3000 ; 7 graduations
50
100
250
450
750
1450
2950
250
300
450
650
950
1650
3150
[Vn]~(0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95) ; 4 graduations
±5%
[Vn]~(0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8) ; 3 graduations
±5%
0.1 – 0.5 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 30 – 36 ; 10 graduations
±15% +100ms–0ms
AC100 – 120V ⎞
DC100 – 125V ⎞
DC24V ⎞
Common
Common
Common
AC200 – 240V ⎠
DC200 – 250V ⎠
DC48V ⎠
Power consumption: 5 VA
Values of [ICT] and [In]
125
250
500
250
500
800
250
500
800
1000
160
320
630
320
630
1000
320
630
1000
1250
200
400
800
400
800
1250
400
800
1250
1600
AR220S
400
800
1250
1600
2000
AR325S
2500
AR332S
3200
AR440SB 4000
AR440S
4000
AR650S
5000
AR663S
6300
200
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2000
2500
3200
250
500
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
2500
3200
4000
320
630
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3200
4000
5000
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
Protection
characteristics
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
800
2000
4000
5000
6300
100
200
400
630
800
1000
100
200
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
400
1000
2000
2500
3200
125
250
500
800
1000
1250
125
250
500
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
500
1250
2500
3200
4000
160
320
630
1000
1250
1600
160
320
630
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
630
1600
3200
4000
5000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
800
2000
4000
5000
6300
hour
3
LT current setting range
N-phase protection
current setting range
2
PTA current setting range
1
40
ST current setting range
minute
20
GF current setting range
INST current setting range
10
6
4
2
1
Operating time
40
20
Max
10
6
4
1
800ms
0.6
0.4
400ms
Min.
The ST trip characteristic
shown in the figure applies
when the ramp characteristic
select switch is in the
OFF position.
0.2
100ms
0.1
0.06
0.04
0.02
Note: Total breaking time
for AR6 is 0.05sec.
0.01
% of OCR rated primary current [ ICT ]
600
700
800
900
1000
500
400
300
250
200
125
150
60
70
80
90
100
200
150
60
70
80
90
100
50
40
30
20
15
0.006
7
8
9
10
second
2
3000
AR216S
100
200
400
200
400
630
200
400
630
800
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
Type
2500
AR212S
200
400
800
400
800
1250
400
800
1250
1600
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
Type
2000
AR208S
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
1500
Type
% o f r a t e d c u r r e n t [ In ]
31
4 Specifications
R-characteristic for general feeder circuits (Type AGR-21BR, 31BR)
Setting range of protection functions
Protection functions
Setting range
Adjustable long time-delay trip characteristics
LT
Pick-up current [IR] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tR] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable short time-delay trip characteristics
ST
Pick-up current [Isd] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tsd] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Adjustable instantaneous trip characteristics
INST or
MCR
Select one from among I0.02t, It, I2t, I3t, and I4t on LCD.
Pick-up current [I i] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable pre-trip alarm characteristics
PTA
[In]~(2 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – 12 – 14 – 16 – NON) ; 9 graduations
±20%
Pick-up current [IP1] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tP1] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable ground fault trip characteristics
GF
Pick-up current [Ig] (A)
[In]~(0.75 – 0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0) ; 6 graduations
±7.5%
(5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 40 – 60 – 80 – 120 – 160 – 200) at [I P1] or more; 10 graduations
±15% +100ms – 0ms
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tg] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Ground fault trip characteristics on line side
REF
Pick-up current [IREF] (A)
current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay (s)
N-phase protection characteristics
NP
Pick-up current [IN] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tN] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Phase rotation protection characteristics
NS
Pick-up current [INS] (A)
current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tNS] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable earth leakage trip characteristics
ELT (AGR-31B only)
Pick-up current [IΔR] (A)
Current setting tolerance
Time-delay [tΔR] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Undervoltage alarm characteristics
UV
(AGR-31B only)
Recovery setting voltage (V)
Recovery voltage setting tolerance (%)
Setting voltage (V)
Voltage setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Control power
__ : Default setting
32
[In]~(0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0 – NON) ; 6 graduations
±5%
(1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6.3 – 6.8 – 10) at 300% of [IR]; 8 graduations
±20% +150ms – 0ms
[In]~(1 – 1.5 – 2 – 2.5 – 3 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – NON) ; 10 graduations
±15%
400
600
800
; 6 graduations
50
100
200
25
75
175
375
575
775
120
170
270
470
670
870
Note: Set [Ig] to 1200A or less.
[ICT]~(0.1 – 0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8 – 1.0 – NON) ; 8 graduations
±20%
300
500
1000
2000 ; 6 graduations
100
200
75
175
275
475
975
1975
170
270
370
570
1070
2070
[ICT]~(0.1 – 0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8 – 1.0 – NON) ; 8 graduations
±20%
Inst
[ICT]~(0.4 – 0.5 – 0.63 – 0.8 – 1.0) ;
±5%
Tripping at 300% of [IN] with LT time-delay [tR]
±20% +150ms – 0ms
[In]~(0.2 – 0.3 – 0.4 – 0.5 – 0.6 – 0.7 – 0.8 – 0.9 – 1.0) ; 9 graduations
±10%
(0.4 – 0.8 – 1.2 – 1.6 – 2 – 2.4 – 2.8 – 3.2 – 3.6 – 4) at 150% of [INS] ; 10 graduations
±20% +150ms – 0ms
0.2 – 0.3 – 0.5 (Medium sensitivity) or 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 10 (Low sensitivity)
Non operate below 70% of [IΔR], Operate between 70% and 100% of [IΔR].
100
150
300
500
800
1500
3000 ; 7 graduations
50
100
250
450
750
1450
2950
250
300
450
650
950
1650
3150
[Vn]~(0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95) ; 4 graduations
±5%
[Vn]~(0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8) ; 3 graduations
±5%
0.1 – 0.5 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 30 – 36 ; 10 graduations
±15% +100ms–0ms
AC100 – 120V ⎞
DC100 – 125V ⎞
DC24V⎞
Common
Common
Common
AC200 – 240V ⎠
DC200 – 250V ⎠
DC48V⎠
Power consumption: 5 VA
Values of [ICT] and [In]
125
250
500
250
500
800
250
500
800
1000
160
320
630
320
630
1000
320
630
1000
1250
200
400
800
400
800
1250
400
800
1250
1600
AR220S
400
800
1250
1600
2000
AR325S
2500
AR332S
3200
AR440SB 4000
AR440S
4000
AR650S
5000
AR663S
6300
200
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2000
2500
3200
250
500
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
2500
3200
4000
320
630
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3200
4000
5000
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
Protection
characteristics
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
800
2000
4000
5000
6300
100
200
400
630
800
1000
100
200
400
630
800
1000
1250
1600
400
1000
2000
2500
3200
125
250
500
800
1000
1250
125
250
500
800
1000
1250
1600
2000
500
1250
2500
3200
4000
160
320
630
1000
1250
1600
160
320
630
1000
1250
1600
2000
2500
630
1600
3200
4000
5000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
800
2000
4000
5000
6300
hour
3
LT current setting range
N-phase protection
current setting range
2
PTA current setting range
1
40
ST current setting range
minute
20
GF current setting range
INST current setting range
10
6
4
I4t Min.
I3t Max.
I3t Max.
2
I3t
Min.
1
Operating time
I4t Max.
I4t Max.
I0.02t Max.
40
20
I0.02t Max.
10
6
4
I3t Min.
I0.02t Min.
1
800ms
I0.02t Min.
0.6
0.4
400ms
I4t Min.
The ST trip characteristic
shown in the figure applies
when the ramp characteristic
select switch is in the
OFF position.
0.2
100ms
0.1
0.06
0.04
0.02
Note: Total breaking time
for AR6 is 0.05sec.
0.01
% of OCR rated primary current [ ICT ]
600
700
800
900
1000
500
400
300
250
200
125
150
60
70
80
90
100
200
150
60
70
80
90
100
50
40
30
20
15
0.006
7
8
9
10
second
2
3000
AR216S
100
200
400
200
400
630
200
400
630
800
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
Type
2500
AR212S
200
400
800
400
800
1250
400
800
1250
1600
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
Type
2000
AR208S
Applicable
Rated current [In](A)
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
[ICT]
(A)
~0.5 ~0.63 ~0.8 ~1.0
1500
Type
% o f r a t e d c u r r e n t [ In ]
33
4 Specifications
S-characteristic for generator protection (Type AGR-21BS, 22BS, 31BS)
Setting range of protection functions
Protection functions
Setting range
Adjustable long time-delay trip characteristics
LT
Pick-up current [IR] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tR] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
[In]~(0.8 – 1.0 – 1.05 – 1.1 – 1.15 – NON) ; 6 graduations
±5%
(15 – 20 – 25 – 30 – 40 – 50 – 60) at 120% of [IR]; 7 graduations
±15% +150ms – 0ms
Adjustable short time-delay trip characteristics
ST
Pick-up current [Isd] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tsd] (ms) Relay time
Resettable time (ms)
Max. total clearing time (ms)
Adjustable instantaneous trip characteristics
INST or
MCR
[In]~(2 – 2.5 – 2.7 – 3 – 3.5 – 4 – 4.5 – 5 – NON) ; 9 graduations
±10%
200
300
400
600
800
100
75
175
275
375
575
775
170
270
370
470
670
870
Pick-up current [I i] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
[In]~(2 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – 12 – 14 – 16 – NON) ; 9 graduations
±20%
; 6 graduations
Adjustable pre-trip alarm characteristics
PTA
Pick-up current [IP1] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tP1] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
PTA 2 (AGR-22B,31B only)
Pick-up current [IP2] (A)
Current setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [tP2] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Adjustable reverse power trip characteristics
RPT (AGR-22B,31B only)
Pick-up power [PR] (kW)
Power setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay [time] (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Undervoltage alarm characteristics
(AGR-31B only)
UV
Recovery setting voltage (V)
Recovery voltage setting tolerance (%)
Setting voltage (V)
Voltage setting tolerance (%)
Time-delay (s)
Time-delay setting tolerance (%)
Control power
__ : Default setting
34
[In]~(0.75 – 0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0 – 1.05) ; 7 graduations
±5%
(10 – 15 – 20 – 25 – 30) at 120% of [IP1]; 5 graduations
±15% +100ms – 0ms
[In]~(0.75 – 0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95 – 1.0 – 1.05) ; 7 graduations
±5%
1.5 [tP1] at 120% of [IP2]
±15% +100ms – 0ms
Rated power [Pn]~(0.04 – 0.05 – 0.06 – 0.07 – 0.08 – 0.09 – 0.1 – NON) ; 8 graduations
+0 – 20%
(2.5 – 5 – 7.5 – 10 – 12.5 – 15 – 17.5 – 20) at 100% of [PR]; 8 graduations
±20%
[Vn]~(0.8 – 0.85 – 0.9 – 0.95) ; 4 graduations
±5%
[Vn]~(0.4 – 0.6 – 0.8) ; 3 graduations
±5%
0.1 – 0.5 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 10 – 15 – 20 – 30 – 36 ; 10 graduations
±15% +100ms–0ms
AC100 – 120V ⎞
DC100 – 125V ⎞
DC24V ⎞
Common
Common
Common
AC200 – 240V ⎠
DC200 – 250V ⎠
DC48V ⎠
Power consumption: 5 VA
Applicable range of generator rated current [In]
Type
OCR rated primary
current [ICT](A)
200
400
800
400
800
1250
400
800
1250
1600
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
4000
5000
6300
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
AR220S
AR325S
AR332S
AR440S
AR440SB
AR440S
AR650S
AR663S
Applicable range of generator
rated current [In] (A)
100Ö[In]Ö200
200É[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
200Ö[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
630É[In]Ö1250
200Ö[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
630É[In]Ö1250
800Ö[In]Ö1600
200Ö[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
630É[In]Ö1250
800Ö[In]Ö1600
1250Ö[In]Ö2000
1250Ö[In]Ö2500
1600Ö[In]Ö3200
2000Ö[In]Ö4000
2000Ö[In]Ö4000
2000Ö[In]Ö4000
2500Ö[In]Ö5000
3200Ö[In]Ö6300
Type
OCR rated primary
current [ICT](A)
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
200
400
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
800
2000
4000
5000
6300
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
Applicable range of generator
rated current [In] (A)
100Ö[In]Ö200
200É[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
630É[In]Ö1250
800Ö[In]Ö1600
1000Ö[In]Ö2000
100Ö[In]Ö200
200É[In]Ö400
400É[In]Ö800
630É[In]Ö1250
800É[In]Ö1600
1000Ö[In]Ö2000
1250Ö[In]Ö2500
1600Ö[In]Ö3200
400Ö[In]Ö800
1000Ö[In]Ö2000
2000Ö[In]Ö4000
2500Ö[In]Ö5000
3200Ö[In]Ö6300
Protection
characteristics
3
LT current setting range
2
PTA current setting range
1
2
1
40
40
20
20
minute
10
6
10
6
4
4
ST current setting range
2
1
1
40
Operating time
PTA Max
20
10
6
4
20
10
6
4
second
1
800ms
PTA Min.
0.4
The ST trip characteristic
shown in the figure applies
when the ramp characteristic
select switch is in the
OFF position.
0.2
100ms
0.1
1
0.6
0.4
400ms
PTA2 Min
0.2
Min.
0.1
0.06
0.06
0.04
% o f g e n e r a t o r r a t e d c u r r e n t [ In ]
500
400
300
200
150
60
70
80
90
100
50
40
3000
2500
2000
1500
600
700
800
900
1000
500
400
300
250
200
0.006
125
150
0.01
0.006
30
0.02
0.01
25
0.02
20
Note: Total breaking time
for AR6 is 0.05sec.
15
0.04
60
70
80
90
100
second
Max.
2
2
6
7
8
9
10
Operating time
4 0 Min.
0.6
RPT power setting range
2
INST current setting range
Max.
PTA2 Max.
12.5
minute
hour
hour
3
% o f g e n e r a t o r r a t e d p o w e r [Pn ]
35
4 Specifications
7
Other Accessories
OCR checker, type ANU-1
The OCR checker allows easy checking of the long time-delay trip, short
time-delay trip, instantaneous trip, ground fault trip functions and the pretrip alarm function of the OCR in the field.
■ Ratings and specifications
Power supply
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
• AC100–240V, 50/60Hz with type C plug
• 4~AA alkaline cells
7VA
101 (W) ~ 195 (H) ~ 44 (D) mm
400 g
■ Measurement output
• Long time delay trip pickup current
• Long time delay trip pickup time
• Short time delay trip pickup current
• Short time delay trip pickup time
• Instantaneous trip pickup current
• MCR trip pickup current
• Ground fault trip pickup current
• Ground fault trip pickup time
• N-phase protection trip pickup current
• N-phase protection trip pickup time
• Pre-trip alarm pickup current
• Pre-trip alarm pickup time
For the checking of Reverse power protection, use the following OCR test interface unit, ANU-2.
OCR test interface unit, type ANU-2
OCR test interface unit ANU-2 is a testing tool designed for checking the functionality of type AGR OCR (overcurrent release). Using
this tool in conjunction with a commercial constant-current generator allows easy on-site testing of the OCR. The reverse power trip
function of the OCR can also be tested using the tool.
OCR test interface unit ANU-2 is a device that converts current into
voltage. In addition to the unit, a constant-current generator is
needed to test the OCR. Use a generator with a continuous rating of
5A (50/60Hz) and a short-time rating of 50A (50/60 Hz) for 10 seconds (500 VA).
■ Ratings and Specifications
Power supply
Input
Output
External power supply (through power cable with AC adapter) 100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz)
9 VDC
Power consumption
7VA
Outline dimensions
W160✕H90✕D220 (mm)
Mass of main unit
2kg
■ Measurement output
• Long time delay trip pickup current
• Short time delay trip pickup current
• Instantaneous trip pickup current *1
• Instantaneous trip operation
• MCR trip pickup current *1
• Ground fault trip pickup current
• N-phase protection trip pickup current
• Pre-trip alarm pickup current *2
*1
*2
*3
*4
36
• Reverse power protection trip pickup
current *4
• Long time delay trip pickup time (simplified testing) *3
• Reverse power protection trip pickup
time (simplified testing) *3 *4
• Pre-trip alarm pickup time (simplified
testing) *3
Can be measured only when the input current does not exceed 50 A.
Not applicable for types AGR-11 or AGR-11B.
A stopwatch is required for measurement.
Applicable for types AGR-22BS-PR and AGR-31BS-PR only.
■ Accessories
• Power cable with AC adaptor (2m)
• Plug adaptor
• Signal cable (3m)
• Operation manual
Current transformer for neutral line (separate type)
When using a 3-pole ACB with the ground fault protection function to protect a 3-phase, 4-wire system against ground fault, install
an appropriate current transformer (CT) to the neutral line of the system.
TERASAKI can provide this neutral line CT as an option.
For the 4-pole ACB, a measuring CT instead of the neutral line CT is already built into the neutral phase of the ACB when the
ground fault protection is fitted.
• Outline dimension of CT for neutral line
AR208S, AR212S, AR216S
AR212H, AR216H, AR316H
AR220S, AR325S, AR332S, AR440SB, AR440S, AR650S, AR663S
AR220H, AR320H, AR325H, AR332H, AR420H, AR440H, AR663H
M5
50
60
M5
k
K
L
150
K
K
4-M5 Tap
for fixing
secondary
wiring
L
255
ø160
k
125
70
30
80
L
4-ø7
4-ø10
30
70
80
125
80
100
Type
CW80-40LS
Rated
Primary
Current (A)
200
400
800
1250
1600
Rated secondary current is 5A
120
150
160
235
Type
EC160-40LS
Rated
Primary
Current (A)
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
5000
6300
Rated secondary current is 5A
The over-current trip device of TemPower2 provides a ground fault protection on the line side (optional) as well as on the load side
as shown above. When the ACB is used for protection of a 3-pole, 4-wire system, select the same current transformer for the neutral
line shown above. Two current transformers are required for 3 pole restricted earth fault ACBs.
37
4 Specifications
ON–OFF cycle counter
The ON-OFF cycle counter is a mechanical 5-digit readout that
shows the number of ON-OFF cycles of the ACB.
Counter readings serve as a guide for maintenance or inspection.
Auxiliary switches
The auxiliary switches operate during the ACB ON/OFF operation.
Connections to the switches are made via screw terminals.
The auxiliary switches for draw-out type ACBs operate in the
CONNECTED and TEST positions.
The auxiliary switches for ACBs conforming to classification
Type
Normal contacts
for general service
4c
7c
4c
10c
7c
¶AXR-004
AXR-007
AXR-304
AXR-010
AXR-307
Gold contacts
for microload ¶¶
—
—
3c
—
3c
society’s rules operate in the CONNECTED position only.
¶The standard contact arrangement of the auxiliary switches is 4c.
(Form c: Change-over, single gap, three terminals)
The auxiliary switches have change-over contacts and are avail-
¶¶Suited to electronic circuits
able for general service and for microload.
Note: 4c is the maximum arrangement when any one of the ground
fault protection on the line side, zone interlock, or communication function is incorporated or in the case of type AGR-31B OCR
with the ground fault trip function incorporated.
Auxiliary switch ratings
Category
Voltage
AC100-250V
AC251-500V
DC30V
DC125-250V
For microload ¶¶
For general service
Resistive
load (A)
Inductive
load (A)
5
5
1
1
AC: cos øÜ 0.3
DC: L/R Ö 0.01
Resistive
load (A)
5
5
1
1
Inductive
load (A)
AC: cos øÜ 0.6
DC: L/R Ö 0.007
0.1
—
0.1
—
Min. applicable
load
0.1
—
0.1
—
DC5V 1mA
Note 1: The chattering of b-contacts due to ON-OFF operation of the ACB lasts for less than 20 ms.
Note 2: Do not supply different voltages to contacts of a switch.
Trip Indicator
Trip Indicator closes (ON) when the air circuit breaker is tripped by overcurrent release, shunt trip device, undervoltage trip
device or manual operation of OFF button.
The table summarizes when the trip indicator operates (ON) and when it is reset (OFF).
Use a suitable self-hold circuit as necessary
for continuous trip alarm indication.
AC
DC
Shunt trip
Undervoltage
trip
38
Closing Spring Discharged
Switch is ON for 40ms, then reset
to OFF.
Switch is remains ON until closing springs
are charged
Remote Opening
Switch remains ON until undervoltage Switch remains ON until closing springs are
charged after undervoltage condition has
condition is restored normal.
restored to normal.
Undervoltage
Condition
Manual Opening by
PUSH–TO–OPEN button
Switch remains ON until
PUSH–TO–OPEN button is released
Switch remains ON until closing springs are
charged after PUSH–TO–OPEN botton is
released.
■ Gold contacts for microload
Switch contact ratings
Voltage (V)
Resistive load
Inductive load
250
3
3
AC
250
0.1
0.1
DC
125
0.5
0.5
30
3
2
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 10mA.
Closing Springs Charged
Over-current Trip (OCR)
■ Normal contacts for general service
Voltage (V)
Operation of Trip Indicator
Breker Tripped by
Switch contact ratings
Resistive load
Inductive load
250
0.1
0.1
30
0.1
0.1
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 1mA.
“Ready to close” contact (special specification)
The “ready to close” contact indicates that the ACB is in a ready
■ Normal contacts for general service
to close status.
This contact operates when the followings are valid.
Voltage (V)
* ON-OFF indicator shows “OFF”. (The ACB is in OFF position)
AC
* Spring charge indicator shows “charged”.
DC
* Undervoltage trip is energised.
* Shunt trip is not energised.
Switch contact ratings
Resistive load
Inductive load
250
3
3
250
0.1
0.1
125
0.5
0.5
30
3
2
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 10mA.
* ACB is in the connected or test position.
* Key lock and Key interlock are off.
■ Gold contacts for microload
* Mechanical interlock is off.
Voltage (V)
Switch contact ratings
Resistive load
Inductive load
AC
250
0.1
0.1
DC
30
0.1
0.1
Minimum applicable load is DC24V 1mA.
Key lock
Key interlock
The key lock is available in two types:
The key interlock is a system of interlocking between ACBs, each fitted with a key lock
the lock-in ON type that locks the ACB
of lock-in OFF type.
in the closed position, and the lock-in
• A key must be inserted to release the lock before the ACB can be closed.
OFF type that locks the ACB in the open
• The ACB must be opened and locked in the OFF position before the key can be
position.
removed.
When the ACB is fitted with a key lock,
By utilizing the lock-in OFF type key lock feature, and then a limited number of keys by
the operator cannot operate the ACB un-
default provides an effective and reliable interlock system.
less using a matched key.
Using the same keys also allows interlocking between an ACB and other devices
(such as a switchboard door).
ACBs can be supplied with a cylinder lock or type FS-2 Castell lock (with an angular
movement 90° clockwise to trap key).
A double Castell interlocking facility suitable for applications such as UPS systems is
available as a special specification contact Terasaki Electric Europe, UK.
Facility or full option including locks are available, please specify.
For other lock types contact Terasaki Electric Europe, UK.
Example: Interlock for prevention of parallel feeding from two sources
ACB 3 cannot be closed
ACB 2 cannot be closed
ACB 1 cannot be closed
Source 1
Source 2
Source 1
Source 2
Source 1
Source 2
ACB 1
ACB 2
ACB 1
ACB 2
ACB 1
ACB 2
ACB 3
(bus-tie breaker)
Load 1
ACB 3
(bus-tie breaker)
Load 2
Load 1
ACB 3
(bus-tie breaker)
Load 2
Load 1
Load 2
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4 Specifications
Mechanical interlock
(Contact TERASAKI for details)
Mechanical interlocks for interlocking 2 or 3 ACBs in either horizontal or vertical arrangements are available.
Interlocking is possible between any frame size within the TemPower2 range.
In conjunction with an electrical interlock, it will enhance safety and reliability of power distribution systems.
zHorizontal type
This table shows the standard pitch between left side ACB 1 and right side ACB 2, or between left side ACB 2 and right side ACB 3.
Pitch of ACB P (mm) (PC line to PC line)
AR325S`AR332S
AR316H`AR332H
AR440SB
3P, 4P
Right ACB AR208S`AR220S
AR212H`AR220H
Left ACB
3P, 4P
AR208S`AR220S
AR212H`AR220H
AR440S
AR650S`AR663S
AR420H`AR440H (3P only) AR663H
3P, 4P
3P, 4P
3P
600, 700, 800
600, 700, 800
600, 700, 800
800, 1000, 1100
900, 1000, 1100
4P
600, 700, 800, 900
700, 800, 900
600, 700, 800, 900
AR325S`AR332S
AR316H`AR332H
AR440SB
3P
600, 700, 800, 900
700, 800, 900
600, 700, 800, 900
900, 1000, 1100
4P
700, 800, 900, 1000
800, 900, 1000
700, 800, 900, 1000
1000, 1100, 1200
AR440S
AR420H`AR440H (3P only)
3P
800, 900, 1000, 1100
900, 1000, 1100
800, 900, 1000, 1100
1100, 1200, 1300
4P
1000, 1100, 1200, 1300
1000, 1100, 1200, 1300
1000, 1100, 1200, 1300
1300, 1400
AR650S`AR663S
AR663H
3P
700, 800, 900, 1000
800, 900, 1000
700, 800, 900, 1000
1000, 1100, 1200
4P
1000, 1100, 1200
1000, 1100, 1200
1000, 1100, 1200
1200, 1300, 1400
Cable
Types and Operations
Operation
Type
Min. R300mm
Type C
1
N
N
Br1
Br2
N
Type B
2
1
P1
2
P2
Br1
Br2
Br3
3
Type D
To order, select the required pitch for P1 and P2 from the above
table, and specify the type and number of poles for each ACB.
3
Br1
Br2
Br3
Example,
P1: 700 mm
Type A
P2: 800 mm
Br1
ACB 1: Type AR212H 3 poles
4
ACB 2: Type AR332H 3 poles
ACB 3: Type AR216H 3 poles
Br2
Br1
Br2
Br3
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Remark
One of two breakers can be
turned on.
Br3
One or two of three breakers
can be turned on.
One of three breakers can
be turned on.
Br2 is interlocked with both
Br1 and Br3.
• Interlock is enabled in the CONNECTED position. When the breaker body is
xVertical Type
in the TEST, ISOLATED or DRAW-OUT position, interlock is disabled.
• If all of two or three breakers receive a closing (on) signal, they all will turn
Minimum pitch (550mm) is pos-
off. This case, however, involves momentary continuity between the main
circuit and the auxiliary switch a-contact in all the breakers.
sible.
• The body of a draw-out type breaker, as long as it is off (open), can be drawn
out or inserted, irrespective of the state of other breakers. (Do not draw out or
Specify the reguired pitch when
ordering.
insert a breaker body during cable installation, adjustment or operation
check).
Rod
Maximum is 1200mm.
Contact TERASAKI for the details
of vertical type with 3 ACBs.
40
N
Min 550 mm
Lifting plate
Control circuit terminal cover
Lifting plates are detachable tools that
A control circuit terminal cover protects
can be used to lift a breaker body out of
the terminal blocks for auxiliary switches,
a draw-out cradle.
position switches, and control circuits
from being accidentally touched, thus
enhancing safety.
Door flange
A door flange can be used as a
decoration panel that covers the cutout
ON-OFF button cover ¶
¶: Standard equipment
An ON-OFF button cover prevents
inadvertent or unauthorized operation of
the ON or OFF button. It can be locked
with up to three padlocks with ø6 hasp.
on the switchboard panel, and provides
IP20 protection. For IP31 protection
please specify the door flange with a
gasket.
Note: Door flange can not be fitted with
IP cover.
Padlocks are not supplied.
¶
¶ : Mount IP20 door flange through 6 mounting holes and IP31 door flange
through 10 mounting holes.
41
4 Specifications
OFF padlock (OFA)
Inter-pole barrier
Permits the ACB to be padlocked in the
An inter-pole barrier prevents a possible short-
OFF position. Max. three padlocks with
circuit due to foreign objects entering between the
ø6 hasp can be fitted. Padlocking is pos-
poles of the main circuit terminals or between the
sible only when ON-OFF indicator shows
line and load ends, thus enhancing operational
OFF. When the ACB is padlocked in the
reliability of the ACB.
OFF position both manual and electrial
This barrier can be applied to the draw-out type
closing become inoperative, but the
ACB with vertical terminals or horizontal terminals.
charging of the closing spring by manual
or motor is still possible.
Note1: OFF padlock facility cannot be
fitted with key lock or key interlock.
Compatible with IEC61439-2 Form 4
All the models of TemPower2, except for Model AR440SB, comply as standard with
Form 4 specified in IEC61439-2.
The AR440SB can be customized to comply with Form 4.
Earthing device
There is a growing demand in L.V. distribution for greater pro-
earthing device.
tection against electric shock particularly during periods when
When the ACB is converted to the earthing device mode, the
maintenance work is being carried out on the main busbars or
over-current release and the other electrical tripping devices
cables. A safe and economical way to meet this requirement is
are automatically disabled to prevent the remote opening of
to apply system earthing via the normal service breaker.
the ACB.
Earthing devices on TemPower2 ACBs comprises; Permanent
It is recommended that the ON-OFF operating buttons be pad-
parts which are factory fitted by Terasaki and are mounted on
locked to prevent manual opening of the ACB when used in the
the ACB chassis and body to enable the ACB to receive the
earthing mode.
portable parts. Portable parts are supplied in loose kit form
Note: UVT function can not be applied to the earthing device.
and are fitted on to the ACB body by the customer’s engineer.
Earthing device is not avilable for AR6.
This converts the ACB from a normal service device to an
For further information contact Terasaki for details.
IP cover
An IP cover provides an IP55 grade of
P : ACB Front cover center line
C
protection as defined in IEC 60529.
Even if the breaker body is on the
Hook(ø6
Padlocking)
97
Panel
84
ISOLATED position, IP cover can still
6-ø6.5
P
C
305±0.5
Hinge
Domedcap nut
325
Floor level
for ACB
250
286
Gasket
42
0°
12
Bushing
Insert gasket and
bushing when the
IP cover is fixed.
266
Panel Cutout
20±0.5 150±0.5 205±0.5
Panel
30
335
375
10
365
Hexagon
socket
head bolt
340
be fitted on the ACB.
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Operation Environments
Standard environment
The standard environment for ACBs is as follows:
Ambient temperature
–5°C to +40°C
The average temperature for 24
hours must not exceed 35°C.
Special environment
Tropicalization (Fungus and moisture treatment)
Specify this treatment when the ACB is used under high-temperature and high-humidity conditions.
Conditions: Max. permissible ambient temperature 60°C
Max. permissible humidity 95% rel.
Relative humidity
Below 85%
Attitude
Below 2000 m
Atmosphere
Excessive water vapor, oil vapor,
smoke, dust, or corrosive gases must
not exist.
Sudden change in temperature, condensation, or icing must not occur.
Vibration
The TemPower 2 ACB is designed
to withstand electromagnetic and
mechanical vibrations in accordance
to IEC 68-2-6. (2-13.2 Hz with amplitude of +/- 1mm; 13.2 to 100Hz with
No condensation
Cold climate treatment
Specify this treatment when the ACB is used in cold areas.
Conditions: Min. permissible storage temperature –40°C
Min. permissible operating temperature –25°C
No condensation
Anti-corrosion treatment
Specify this treatment when the ACB is used in a corrosive
atmosphere.
Contact Terasaki for details.
an acceleration of 0.7g).
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5 Outline Dimensions
•Type AR208S, AR212S, AR216S, AR220S,
AR212H, AR216H, AR220H Draw-out type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
Terminal size
Type
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
AR220S
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
t1
10
10
20
20
20
20
20
t2
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
t3
15
15
25
25
——
——
——
W
17.5
17.5
22.5
——
——
——
——
CP
rear panel cut
158.5
Maintenance
space
158.5(3P)
243.5(4P)
front panel cut
CP
500
490
460
329
405
335 ¶2
N
R
11
33
250
164
42.5
30
20
50
6
238
164(3P)
249(4P)
177
For fitted with breaker fixing bolts
204
panel cut-out
Maintenance
space
240
177(3P)
262(4P)
204(3P)
289(4P)
94
141
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
The neutral pole is positioned to the right as standard when
viewed from the front of the ACB. However, the neutral pole
can be customized so that it is positioned to the left.
• The vertical terminal for the main circuit with its length
extended by 70 mm from the standard is specially available
on request.
• For the outline drawing for the version with earth leakage
tripping, contact us.
44
Maintenance
space
240(3P)
325(4P)
¶1: Conductors including connecting bolts should be
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
separated min-7mm from Draw-out arm.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• For High fault series vertical terminal is standard and
horizontal terminal is optional, and front connection is not
available.
draw-out handle
120
120(3P)
205(4P)
Mounting holes
4-ø14
conductor overlap. max
35
35
P
C
N
85
85
15
85
t3
318
380
15
65
conductor overlap. max
35
515
Front connections
25
50
2-ø11
CONNECTED position
85
85
85
15
15
42.5
32
M8 screw
earth terminal
7
3-ø11
110
21
29
40
t2
140(3P) ¶1
225(4P)
35 conductor overlap. max
15
25
52
N
85
85
85
2-ø11
174
Horizontal terminals
138
265
141
345
385
t1
94
27
40
15.5
W
25
W
17
Vertical terminals
32
W
14.5 14.5
25
25 25
W
2-ø11
12
20
N
149
ON-OFF button cover
AR212H
AR216H
AR220S,H
35 conductor overlap. max
15.5
21
18
14
Control circuit terminal cover
(optional)
2-ø20 AR208S
AR212S
Lifting
AR216S
hole
35
199
25 25
150.5
TEST position
ISOLATED position
385
Draw-out arm
(comes out when breaker is drawn out)
45
5 Outline Dimensions
•Types: AR208S, AR212S, AR216S, AR220S, AR212H, AR216H,
CP
AR220H Fixed type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
305.5
27
N
208.5 (3P)
293.5 (4P)
208.5
CP
240
175
240(3P)
325(4P)
CP
175(3P)
260(4P)
250
180
180(3P)
265(4P)
82
Maintenance space
165
Panel cutout
Terminal size
Type
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
AR220S
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
t1
10
10
20
20
20
20
20
t2
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
t3
15
15
25
25
——
——
——
W
17.5
17.5
22.5
——
——
——
——
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door flange
is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
The neutral pole is positioned to the right as standard when viewed from the front of the
ACB. However, the neutral pole can be customized so that it is positioned to the left.
• For type AR-H high fault series, vertical terminals are standard, horizontal terminals are
optional and front connections are not available.
• For the outline drawing for the version with earth leakage tripping, contact us.
46
165
165(3P)
250(4P)
Mounting holes
4-ø14
490
460
238
100
30
33
329
335 ¶2
550
N
550 (Arc space)
Front panel cut
85
85
85
35
15
N
mounting
hole ø14
2-ø11
Conductor overlap max.
P
C
6
305.5
515
227
580
Front connections
28 34
165
305
58
18
188.5 (3P)
273.5 (4P)
AR220S
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
Control circuit terminal cover (optional)
35 Conductor overlap max.
15
W
W
14.5 14.5
17
15.5
35
267
33
3-ø11
85
85
85
Vertical terminals
25
W
9
t2
2-ø11
M8 screw
earth terminal
82
165
118
365
35 Conductor overlap max.
25
52
15
2-ø11
N
85
85
85
t1
174
Horizontal terminals
138
Panel
N
2525
329
12
35 Conductor overlap max.
15
25 25
2-ø20
Lifting
hole
188.5
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
25
199
ON-OFF
button cover
25
50
149
165
Main terminal
t3
150.5
102
100
W
37
15.5
Maintenance
space
82
65
10.5
82
165
118
365
47
5 Outline Dimensions
•Type AR325S, AR332S,
AR316H, AR320H, AR325H, AR332H Draw-out type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
CP
rear panel cut
CP
211.5
Maintenance
space
211.5(3P)
331.5(4P)
front panel cut
500
490
460
329
405
335 ¶2
N
R
11
250
216
33
60
30
20
50
6
238
216(3P)
336(4P)
panel cutout
230
For fitted with
breaker fixing bolts
257
293
draw-out handle
Maintenance
space
94
Maintenance
space
230(3P)
350(4P)
257(3P)
377(4P)
293(3P)
413(4P)
141
¶1: Conductors including connecting bolts should be
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
separated min-7mm from Draw-out arm.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
The neutral pole is positioned to the right as standard when
viewed from the front of the ACB. However, the neutral pole
can be customized so that it is positioned to the left.
• For type AR-H high fault series, vertical terminals are
standard, horizontal terminals are optional and front
connections are not available.
• The vertical terminal for the main circuit with its length
extended by 70 mm from the standard is specially available
on request.
• For the outline drawing for the version with earth leakage
tripping, contact us.
48
4-ø14
172.5
172.5(3P)
292.5(4P)
Mounting holes
3-ø11
N
15
conductor overlap. max
35
35
P
C
130
5
130
130
515
Front connections
25
318
11.5 25 25
15
65
conductor overlap. max
35
83
10
28
88
21.5
28
21.5
25 25
10
11.5
25 25
25 25
88
83
380
CONNECTED position
Control circuit terminal cover
(optional)
TEST position
ISOLATED position
14
P
C
18
199
130
130
130
15
25 25 25
100
4-ø11
120
12.5
ON-OFF button cover
5
N
2-ø20
Lifting hole
35 conductor overlap. max
21
M8 screw
earth terminal
32
100
54.5
40
197.5(3P)
27
7
21
110
317.5(4P)
35 conductor overlap. max
15
P
C
15
N
5
130
80
25 25
20
29
¶1
130
130
15
154
30
3-ø11
385
Horizontal terminals
148
265
141
345
385
30
94
65
40
12.5
25 25 25
17
Vertical terminals
165
12.5 12.5
12
20
Draw-out arm
(comes out when breaker is drawn out)
49
5 Outline Dimensions
•Types: AR325S, AR332S, AR316H, AR320H, AR325H, AR332H
CP
Fixed type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
305.5
27
N
261 (3P)
381 (4P)
261
P
C
293
CP
228
293(3P)
413(4P)
228(3P)
348(4P)
233
233(3P)
353(4P)
217.5
217.5(3P)
337.5(4P)
82
Maintenance space
165
Panel cutout
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
The neutral pole is positioned to the right as standard when
viewed from the front of the ACB. However, the neutral pole
can be customized so that it is positioned to the left.
• For type AR-H high fault series, vertical terminals are
standard, horizontal terminals are optional and front
connections are not available.
• For the outline drawing for the version with earth leakage
tripping, contact us.
50
Mounting holes
4-ø14
490
460
238
100
250
30
33
329
335 ¶2
550
N
550 (Arc space)
Front panel cut
5
130
130
130
28
21.5
11.5
3-ø11
mounting
hole ø14
35
Conductor overlap max.
N
15
CP
6
65
305.5
227
580
515
Front connections
Maintenance
space
ON-OFF
button cover
37
100
82
165
305
102
165
28 34
10
Main terminal
25 25 11.5
21.5 25 25 28
10
88
83
25 25
25 25
83
88
58 25 10.5
241 (3P)
361 (4P)
Control circuit terminal cover (optional)
35 Conductor overlap max.
2-ø20
15
Lifting
hole
241
CP 5
N
130
130
130
165
12.5
35
33
267
100
9
Vertical terminals
120
12.5 12.5
17
252525
329
12
100
2525 25
12.5
18
199
20
4-ø11
82
165
365
118
M8 screw
earth terminal
80
15 25 25
15
35 Conductor overlap max.
15
3-ø11
CP
5
N
30
130
130
130
154
Horizontal terminals
148
Panel
82
165
118
365
51
5 Outline Dimensions
•Types: AR440SB Draw-out type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
Rear panel cut
Front panel cut
CP
211.5(3P)
331.5(4P)
211.5
P
C
Maintenance space
500
490
460
329
425
335 ¶2
N
R
11
2
30
60
250
216
33
50
6
238
216(3P)
336(4P)
draw-out handle
230(3P)
350(4P)
257(3P)
377(4P)
230
Panel cutout
For fitted with
breaker fixing bolts
257
293(3P)
413(4P)
293
Maintenance space
141
94
Maintenance space
4-ø14
172.5
172.5(3P)
292.5(4P)
Mounting hole
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
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Control circuit terminal cover (optional)
CONNECTED position
TEST position
N
21
130
P
C
160
160
4-ø11
17.5
35 35 35
141
20
94
140
51
90
17
185
80
12
20
110
22
M8 screw
earth terminal
(only right side)
Rear panel
29
29
15
65
345
265
5
17.5
289
ON-OFF
button cover
Front panel
211(3P)
331(4P)
48 (conductor overlap max.)
18
ISOLATED position
14
2-ø20
Lifting hole
485
422(3P)
542(4P)
20
L-Angle Steel to prevent ACB to fall down
(Mounting holes not required)
53
5 Outline Dimensions
•Types: AR440S, AR420H (3 poles only), AR440H (3 poles only)
Draw-out type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
Rear panel cut
P
158.5 C
Front panel cut
Maintenance
space
435.5(3P)
605.5(4P)
P
C
250
164
204
240
¶1: Conductors including connecting bolts should be
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
separated min-7mm from Draw-out arm.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
• AR420H and AR440H are 3 poles only.
54
454(3P)
624(4P)
481(3P)
651(4P)
517(3P)
687(4P)
Maintenance
space
500
490
460
329
177
Panel cutout
draw-out handle
238
441(3P)
611(4P)
For fitted with breaker fixing bolts
Maintenance space
33
R1
42.5
50
405
20
16
335 ¶2
30
N
42.5(3P)
48(4P)
15
181
181
P
C
CONNECTED position
15
181
50
Control circuit terminal cover
(optional)
TEST position
ISOLATED position
21
2-ø20
P
C
40 (conductor overlap max.)
199
417(3P)
587(4P)
18
20
100
40
165
120
25
100
27
12.5
17
25 25 25
12.5 12.5
25
12
20
42.5
N
25
12.5
4-ø11
32
14
ON-OFF
button cover
Front panel
M8 screw
earth terminal
7
29
375
295
35
428
94
141
193
Rear panel
¶1
Draw-out arm
(comes out when breaker is drawn out)
397(3P)
567(4P)
4-ø14
120
P
C
55
5 Outline Dimensions
•Types: AR650S, AR663S AR663H Draw-out type
P
C : ACB Front cover center line
P
C
N
57.5
18
80
18
27
235
235
235
Rear panel cut
P
C
Front panel cut
P
C
320(3P)
555(4P)
435
460
335 ¶2
N
R
50
11
30
2
65
6
250
435
60
M8 screw
earth terminal
draw-out handle
238
305.5(3P)
540.5(4P)
457
320(3P)
555(4P)
520
342(3P)
577(4P)
405(3P)
640(4P)
Maintenance space
Panel cutout
166
94
Front panel
277.5(3P)
512.5(4P)
392.5
Mounting hole
¶2: Panel cut should be 339 mm not 335 mm when the door
flange is used. Refer to page 41.
• N represents the neutral pole of 4-pole ACBs.
56
4-ø14
Control circuit terminal cover (optional)
CONNECTED position
TEST position
ISOLATED position
ON-OFF
button cover
14
2X2-ø20
Lifting hole
21
255
35 (conductor overlap max.)
15
23
Maintenance space
95
80
165
30 30 30
15
15
120
17
15 30 30 30
329
12
33
Front panel
308
380
30
Rear panel
440
M8 screw
earth terminal
2
460
500
490
21
120
15
4-φ11
Rear panel
Details
57
6 Connection
1
Conductors connection area
Connect conductors to the main circuit terminals in the conductor connection.
Insulation distance of conductor connection area and earth metal is more than 12.5mm.
• Types AR208S, AR212S, AR216S, AR220S, AR212H, AR220H
■ Vertical terminals 4P
■ Vertical terminals 3P
Right side view
Back view
64
20
8
64
Right side view
Back view
20
64
64
64
64
52.5
67
67
52.5
52.5
120 18 18
52.5
18
18
120
17
17
17
Right side view
Back view
20
60
60
Right side view
Back view
20
60
8
60
60
60
60
59.5
59.5
120 18 18 120
67
67
59.5
59.5
120 18 18 120
8
15
15
15
15
■ Front connections 3P
■ Front connections 4P
Back view
60
Back view
60
60
20
60
Right side view
20
Right side view
20
17
■ Horizontal terminals 4P
■ Horizontal terminals 3P
58
64
120
120
8
20
60
60
60
• Types AR325S, AR332S, AR316H, AR320H, AR325H, AR332H
■ Vertical terminals 4P
15
Back view
20
8
15
Right side view
8
20
Back view
20
8
Right side view
15
15
8
20
■ Vertical terminals 3P
20
20
104
104
104
104
104
50.5
120
50.5
67
67
120
50.5
120 18
18
50.5
18
18
104
8
120
8
104
17
17
17
17
■ Horizontal terminals 4P
■ Horizontal terminals 3P
Right side view
Back view
20
104
104
Right side view
Back view
20
104
8
104
104
104
104
55
28 85
55
85 28
67
67
55
85 28
55
28 85
8
17
17
17
17
■ Front connections 3P
Right side view
■ Front connections 4P
Back view
100
Back view
104
104
102
102
104
20
20
104
Right side view
50 54
50 54
50 50
20
50 52
54 50
20
52 50
54 50
59
6 Connection
• Types AR440S, AR420H, AR440H
■ Vertical terminals 3P
Right side view
Back view
40
149
149
67
38
38
149
6
17
■ Vertical terminals 4P
Right side view
Back view
40
149
149
149
67
38
38
149
11.5
11.5
60
• Type AR440SB
■ Vertical terminals 3P
Right side view
Back view
134
134
134
44.5
44.5
28
■ Vertical terminals 4P
Right side view
Back view
52
52
67
67
134
134
44.5
44.5
28
61
6 Connection
• Types AR650S, AR663S, AR663H
■ Vertical terminals 3P
Right side view
Back view
20
200
200
37.5 37.5
200
■ Vertical terminals 4P
Right side view
Back view
20
37.5 37.5
200
62
200
200
200
2
Busbars connection
When two busbars are connected to a terminal stud of the ACB, sandwich the terminal stud between the two busbars to utilize both
surfaces of the terminal. A spring and plain washer must be used in conjunction with the busbar bolt and nut as below.
Busbar
Spring washer
Plain washer
Busbar
ACB terminal
ACB terminal
Spring washer
Plain washer
Busbar
Plain washer
Plain washer
In case of 1 terminal per pole
3
In case of 2 terminals per pole
Recommendation for Busbars connection
The busbars to the ACB should be firmly supported near the ACB terminal. Fault currents flow through the busbars developing a
large electromagnetic force between the busbars. The support must be strong enough to withstand such forces and ensure the
enough insulating distance. The ACB should not be relied on as a single support.
Busbar support
Busbar
Busbar
ACB
ACB
Busbar support
L
Busbar
ACB
Busbar support
L
Horizontal terminals
L
Vertical terminals
Vertical terminals
The maximum distance of the connection point of ACB to the first busbar support
Short-circuit current (kA)
AR2
AR3
Distance
L (mm)
AR440SB
AR440S, AR420H, AR440H
AR6
30
300
350
350
350
350
50
250
300
300
300
300
65
150
250
250
250
250
80
150
150
150
150
150
100
120
135
—
—
—
150
—
—
100
—
—
150
100
—
150
150
150
63
7 Circuit Diagram (with AGR-11B OCR)
Main circuit
CT for
neutral line
Continuously-rated
shunt trip
¶3 Motor charging/
Operation
Operation circuit
i{j
`
¶1
ON switch
PB
05
02
12
i{j
`
PB
03
10
Spring
charge
OFF
S1
S3
CT1
CT3
Over-current release
(type AGR-11B OCR)
M
Ry
LRC
SHT ¶2
S2
MHT
CT2
19 29
K
15
CT for
neutral line
L
17
`
i|j
07
¶3
20
`
i|j
Symbols for accessories
Check OCR voltage before connecting.
‚2¤C2 ontrol power supply AC100 - 240V, DC100 - 250V, DC24V, DC48V
⁄2Operation switch, common
‚3ON switch
‚5Operation indication terminal, common
⁄5OCR trip indication or single-contact trip indication (40ms signal)
⁄7Trip indication (not ready indication)
¤7Spring charge indicator
UVT power supply
⁄0¤C0 ontinuously-rated shunt trip
Term. AC 100V AC 200V
No.
unit
unit
⁄9Separate CT for neutral line ( k )
‚8-‚9 100V 200V
¤9Separate CT for neutral line (R)
⁄8-‚9 110V 220V
‚8,⁄8,¤8UVT power supply
¤8-‚9 120V 240V
‚9UVT power supply common
Term.
64
22
X
R
Terminal description
• Do not exceed specified voltages
27
k
No.
‚8-‚9
DC 24V
unit
24V
CT1 - CT3 : Power CTs
S1 - S3
: Current sensors
M
: Charging motor
LRC
: Latch release coil
MHT
: Magnetic Hold Trigger
Isolating terminal connector
(for draw-out type)
Manual connector
User wiring
X
Relay or indicator lamp
AC 400V AC 450V
unit
unit
380V 450V
415V
480V
440V
400V
DC 48V DC 100V DC 110V
unit
unit
unit
48V
100V 110V
¶1: Do not connect “b”contact of auxiliary switch to ON switch in
series, otherwise, pumping may occur.
¶2: See page 22 for the circuit diagram of the continuously-rated
shunt trip device with capacitor trip device.
¶3: For motor split circuit, terminals ‚2, ¤2 and ‚3, ‚7 are used for
charging and closing operation respectively.
(Please specify when ordering)
¶4: Refer to page 23 (short pulse only)
¶5: Only one of terminals ‚8, ⁄8, ¤8 must be used as this is a
single phase UVT.
¶6: Do not use these terminals for other circuits when both
instantaneously rated shunt trip and UVT are fitted.
These terminals are used by Terasaki as the anti-burnout
SW for the instantaneously rated shunt trip.
Note: In case of a UVT and a Shunt fitted together or Double
opening or closing coil, use an aux. switch to prevent
burnout. Contact TERASAKI for wiring.
Undervoltage trip
Position switches
Auxiliary switches
UVT power supply
Common ¶5
PB
i[j
i{j
` ` ` `
09 08 18 28
¶4
24 30
Basic
4C
151
141
131
121
¶6
111
211
Optional
3C
311
411
511
611
Optional
3C
711
811
911
011
UVT control circuit
UVT
154 152 144 142 134 132 124 122 114 112 214 212 314 312 414 412 514 512 614 612 714 712 814 812 914 912 014 012
Position switches
Designation of terminals for auxiliary and position switches
* * *
1: Common
2: b-contact
4: a-contact
1: Auxiliary switch
2: Position switch (for CONNECTED)
3: Position switch (for TEST)
4: Position switch (for ISOLATED)
5: Position switch (for INSERT)
Top
151 141 131 121
Middle 154 144 134 124
Bottom 152 142 132 122
Operation/control circuits
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Top
131 121
Middle 134 124
Bottom 132 122
numbers
( 1A,–B,0:C:Switch
Auxiliary switches for microload
CONNECTED position : 121–124 ON
121–122 OFF
TEST position
: 131–134 ON
131–132 OFF
ISOLATED position
: 141–144 ON
141–142 OFF
INSERT position
: 151–154 ON
151–152 OFF
For operation sequence of
position switches, see page 19.
Auxiliary switches
(4c + optional 6c arrangement)
111 211 311 411 511 611 711 811 911 011
114 214 314 414 514 614 714 814 914 014
112 212 312 412 512 612 712 812 912 012
(4c arrangement)
111 211 311 411
114 214 314 414
112 212 312 412
65
7 Circuit Diagram (with AGR-21B OCR)
Main circuit
CT for
neutral line
Control
power
Continuously-rated
shunt trip
¶3 Motor charging/
Operation
Operation circuit
i{j
`
¶1
ON switch
PB
i{j
i{j
` `
01 11
05
02
12
i{j
`
PB
03
10
Spring
charge
OFF
S1
S3
CT1
CT3
Over-current release
(type AGR-21B OCR)
M
Ry
LRC
SHT ¶2
S2
MHT
CT2
19 29
K
21
15 25 06 16 26
27
X
X
X
X
X
X
07
20
X
R
Terminal description
`
i|j
`
i|j
Manual connection
‚1¤C1 ontrol power supply AC200 - 240V, DC200 - 250V, DC48V
‚1⁄C1 ontrol power supply AC100 - 120V
⁄1¤C1 ontrol power supply DC100 - 125V, DC24V
‚2¤C2 ontrol power supply AC100 - 240V, DC100 - 250V, DC24V, DC48V
⁄2Operation switch, common
‚3ON switch
‚5Operation indication terminal, common
⁄5LT trip indication
¤5ST, INST trip indication
‚6PTA indication
⁄6GF trip indication
¤6System alarm indication
⁄7REF, NS or trip indication
¤7Spring charge indication
⁄0¤C0 ontinuously-rated shunt trip
⁄9Separate CT for neutral line ( k )
¤9Separate CT for neutral line (R)
‚8,⁄8,¤8UVT power supply
‚9UVT power supply common
‹5Separate CT for REF ( k )
‹6Separate CT for REF (R)
›1Communication line (–)
›2Communication line (+)
‹2Communication line (common)
• Do not exceed specified voltages
UVT power supply
Term. AC 100V AC 200V AC 400V AC 450V
No.
unit
unit
unit
unit
‚8-‚9 100V 200V 380V 450V
⁄8-‚9
¤8-‚9
Term.
No.
‚8-‚9
`
i|j
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Check OCR voltage before connecting.
66
22
¶3
CT for
neutral line
L
17
k
110V
220V
415V
480V
120V
240V
440V
400V
DC 24V DC 48V DC 100V DC 110V
unit
unit
unit
unit
24V
48V 100V 110V
Symbols for accessories
CT1 - CT3
S1 - S3
M
LRC
MHT
X
: Power CTs
: Current sensors
: Charging motor
: Latch release coil
: Magnetic Hold Trigger
Isolating terminal connector (for draw-out type)
Manual connector
User wiring
Relay or indicator lamp
¶1: Do not connect “b”contact of auxiliary switch to ON
switch in series, otherwise, pumping may occur.
¶2: See page 22 for the circuit diagram of the
continuously-rated shunt trip device with capacitor trip
device.
¶3: For motor split circuit, terminals ‚2, ¤2 and ‚3, ‚7 are
used for charging and closing operation respectively.
(Please specify when ordering)
¶4: Refer to page 23 (short pulse only)
¶5: Only one of terminals ‚8, ⁄8, ¤8 must be used as
this is a single phase UVT.
¶6: Do not use these terminals for other circuits when both
instantaneously rated shunt trip and UVT are fitted.
These terminals are used by Terasaki as the antiburnout SW for the instantaneously rated shunt trip.
Note: In case of a UVT and a Shunt fitted together or
Double opening or closing coil, use an aux. switch to
prevent burnout. Contact TERASAKI for wiring.
Undervoltage trip
Position switches
Auxiliary switches
UVT power supply
Common ¶5
PB
i[j
i{j
` ` ` `
09 08 18 28
¶4
24 30
Basic
4C
151
141
131
121
¶6
111
211
Optional
3C
311
411
511
611
Optional
3C
711
811
911
011
UVT control circuit
UVT
154 152 144 142 134 132 124 122 114 112 214 212 314 312 414 412 514 512 614 612 714 712 814 812 914 912 014 012
Position switches
Designation of terminals for auxiliary and position switches
* * *
1: Common
2: b-contact
4: a-contact
1: Auxiliary switch
2: Position switch (for CONNECTED)
3: Position switch (for TEST)
4: Position switch (for ISOLATED)
5: Position switch (for INSERT)
Top
151 141 131 121
Middle 154 144 134 124
Bottom 152 142 132 122
Operation/control circuits
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Top
131 121
Middle 134 124
Bottom 132 122
numbers
( 1A,–B,0:C:Switch
Auxiliary switches for microload
CONNECTED position : 121–124 ON
121–122 OFF
TEST position
: 131–134 ON
131–132 OFF
ISOLATED position
: 141–144 ON
141–142 OFF
INSERT position
: 151–154 ON
151–152 OFF
For operation sequence of
position switches, see page 19.
Auxiliary switches
(4c + optional 6c arrangement)
111 211 311 411 511 611 711 811 911 011
114 214 314 414 514 614 714 814 914 014
112 212 312 412 512 612 712 812 912 012
(4c arrangement)
111 211 311 411
114 214 314 414
112 212 312 412
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Manual connection
If the ground fault protection on the line side or communication function is
incorporated, control circuit terminals are of manual connection type.
67
7 Circuit Diagram (with AGR-22B, 31B OCR)
Main circuit voltage for Control
Main circuit RPT
and Monitoring power power
Operation circuit
i{j
`
R S T N
i{j
i{j
` `
13 23 04 14
01 11
Continuously-rated
shunt trip
¶3 Motor charging/
Operation
¶1
ON switch
PB
05
02
12
i{j
`
PB
03
10
Spring
charge
OFF
S1
S3
CT1
CT3
Over-current release
(type AGR-22B, 31B OCR)
M
Ry
LRC
SHT ¶2
S2
MHT
CT2
19 29
K
21
15 25 06 16 26
X
CT for
neutral line
L
17
27
X
X
X
X
X
X
R
Terminal description
`
i|j
‚1¤C1 ontrol power supply AC200 - 240V, DC200 - 250V, DC48V
‚1⁄C1 ontrol power supply AC100 - 120V
⁄1¤C1 ontrol power supply DC100 - 125V, DC24V
‚2¤C2 ontrol power supply AC100 - 240V, DC100 - 250V, DC24V, DC48V
⁄2Operation switch, common
‚3ON switch
‚5Operation indication terminal, common
⁄5LT trip indication
¤5ST, INST trip indication
‚6PTA indication
⁄6GF trip indication or RPT trip indication
¤6System alarm indication
⁄7REF, OH, NS or trip indication
¤7PTA2, UV or spring charge indication
⁄0¤C0 ontinuously-rated shunt trip
⁄9Separate CT for neutral line ( k )
07
¶3
`
i|j
Manual connection
¤9Separate CT for neutral line (R)
‚8,⁄8,¤8UVT power supply
‚9UVT power supply common
‹5Separate CT for REF ( k )
‹6Separate CT for REF (R)
›1Communication line (–)
›2Communication line (+)
‹2Communication line (common)
• Do not exceed specified voltages
UVT power supply
Term. AC 100V AC 200V AC 400V AC 450V
No.
unit
unit
unit
unit
‚8-‚9 100V 200V 380V 450V
⁄8-‚9
¤8-‚9
Term.
No.
‚8-‚9
20
`
i|j
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Check OCR voltage before connecting.
68
22
k
110V
220V
415V
480V
120V
240V
440V
400V
DC 24V DC 48V DC 100V DC 110V
unit
unit
unit
unit
24V
48V 100V 110V
Symbols for accessories
CT1 - CT3
S1 - S3
M
LRC
MHT
X
: Power CTs
: Current sensors
: Charging motor
: Latch release coil
: Magnetic Hold Trigger
Isolating terminal connector (for draw-out type)
Manual connector
User wiring
Relay or indicator lamp
¶1: Do not connect “b”contact of auxiliary switch to ON
switch in series, otherwise, pumping may occur.
¶2: See page 22 for the circuit diagram of the
continuously-rated shunt trip device with capacitor trip
device.
¶3: For motor split circuit, terminals ‚2, ¤2 and ‚3, ‚7 are
used for charging and closing operation respectively.
(Please specify when ordering)
¶4: Refer to page 23 (short pulse only)
¶5: Only one of terminals ‚8, ⁄8, ¤8 must be used as
this is a single phase UVT.
¶6: Do not use these terminals for other circuits when both
instantaneously rated shunt trip and UVT are fitted.
These terminals are used by Terasaki as the antiburnout SW for the instantaneously rated shunt trip.
Note: In case of a UVT and a Shunt fitted together or
Double opening or closing coil, use an aux. switch to
prevent burnout. Contact TERASAKI for wiring.
Undervoltage trip
Position switches
Auxiliary switches
UVT power supply
Common ¶5
PB
i[j
i{j
` ` ` `
09 08 18 28
¶4
24 30
Basic
4C
151
141
131
121
¶6
111
211
Optional
3C
311
411
511
611
Optional
3C
711
811
911
011
UVT control circuit
UVT
154 152 144 142 134 132 124 122 114 112 214 212 314 312 414 412 514 512 614 612 714 712 814 812 914 912 014 012
Position switches
Designation of terminals for auxiliary and position switches
* * *
1: Common
2: b-contact
4: a-contact
1: Auxiliary switch
2: Position switch (for CONNECTED)
3: Position switch (for TEST)
4: Position switch (for ISOLATED)
5: Position switch (for INSERT)
Operation/control circuits
Top
151 141 131 121
Middle 154 144 134 124
Bottom 152 142 132 122
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Top
131 121
Middle 134 124
Bottom 132 122
numbers
( 1A,–B,0:C:Switch
Auxiliary switches for microload
CONNECTED position : 121–124 ON
121–122 OFF
TEST position
: 131–134 ON
131–132 OFF
ISOLATED position
: 141–144 ON
141–142 OFF
INSERT position
: 151–154 ON
151–152 OFF
For operation sequence of
position switches, see page 19.
Auxiliary switches
(4c + optional 6c arrangement)
111 211 311 411 511 611 711 811 911 011
114 214 314 414 514 614 714 814 914 014
112 212 312 412 512 612 712 812 912 012
(4c arrangement)
111 211 311 411
114 214 314 414
112 212 312 412
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Manual connection
If the ground fault protection is incorporated and a separate current transformer
for neutral line is used, or any one of ground fault protection on the line side,
zone interlock or communication function is incorporated, control circuit
terminals are of manual connection type.
69
8 Technical Data
Dielectric strength
Withstand voltage (at 50/60 Hz)
Main circuit
Between terminals,
terminal group to earth
Control circuits
Circuit
Auxiliary switches
Rated Impulse withstand
voltage Uimp
AC3500V for 1 minute
12kV
For general service
Terminal group to earth
AC2500V for 1 minute
6kV
For microload
Terminal group to earth
AC2000V for 1 minute
4kV
Terminal group to earth
AC2000V for 1 minute
4kV
Over-current release (OCR)
Terminal group to earth
AC2000V for 1 minute
4kV
Power supply for undervoltage/
reverse power trip function
Terminal group to earth
AC2500V for 1 minute
6kV
Terminal group to earth
AC2000V for 1 minute
4kV
Position switches
Other accessories
Note: The values shown above are those measured on phase connections and cannot be applied to control terminals on the ACB.
Internal resistance and power consumption
• Standard Series
Type
AR208S AR212S AR216S AR220S AR325S AR332S AR440SB AR440S AR650S AR663S
Rated current (A)
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
DC internal resistance per pole (mΩ)
0.033
0.033
0.028
0.024
0.014
0.014
0.017
0.014
0.012
0.010
Power consumption for 3 poles (W)
64
155
215
288
263
430
816
672
900
1190
• High fault Series
Type
AR212H AR216H AR220H AR316H AR320H AR325H
AR332H
AR420H AR440H AR663H
Rated current (A)
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
2000
4000
6300
DC internal resistance per pole (mΩ)
0.024
0.024
0.024
0.014
0.014
0.014
0.014
0.014
0.014
0.010
Power consumption for 3 poles (W)
113
184
288
108
168
263
430
168
672
1190
Note: Above figures are based on the calculation of 3I2R. For more information please contact TERASAKI.
The max. rated current [In] depends on the main circuit terminal arrangement
Ambient temperature 40 °C
Based
Standard
JIS C 8201-2-1 Ann.1 Ann.2
IEC60947-2, EN60947-2
AS3947.2
Terminal arrangement
ANSI C37.13
NEMA, SG-3
Terminal arrangement
Type
Horizontal
terminals
Vertical
terminals
Front
connections
Horizontal
terminals
Vertical
terminals
Front
connections
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
AR220S
AR325S
AR332S
AR440SB
AR440S
AR650S
AR663S
AR212H
AR216H
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
800
1250
1600
2000
2430
2790
—
—
—
—
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2430
2790
—
—
—
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
2000
4000
6300
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3150
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
800
1250
1540
1670
2230
2700
—
—
—
—
1250
1540
1670
1600
2000
2230
2700
—
—
—
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3310
3700
4700
5680
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
¶
3700
5680
800
1250
1570
1830
2430
2890
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Note 1: If different type of terminal arrangement are used for line and load sides refer to the ratings for the horizontal terminals.
Note 2: Front connection can not be specified with the different types of terminal arrangement for line and load sides.
¶: Contact TERASAKI for the details.
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Derating
• Standard Series
Based
Standards
Ambient Type
temperature Connecting
(°C)
bar sizes
JIS C 8201-2-1 40 (Standard ambient
temperature)
Ann.1 Ann.2
IEC60947-2
45
EN 60947-2
50
AS3947.2
55
NEMA, SG-3
ANSI C37.13
AR208S
AR212S
AR216S
2X50X5t
2X80X5t
2X100X5t 3X100X5t 2X100X10t 3X100X10t 4X150X10t 4X150X6t 3X200X10t 4X200X10t
AR220S
AR325S
AR332S
AR440SB AR440S
AR650S
AR663S
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
4000
5000
6300
800
1250
1600
2000
2500
3200
3940
4000
4950
6000
800
1200
1540
1820
2500
2990
3820
3940
4710
5680
60
40(Standard ambient
temperature)
45
800
800
1150
1250
1460
1540
1740
2000
2400
2500
2850
3200
3690
3310
3760
3700
4450
4700
5370
5680
800
1190
1470
1960
2500
3010
3200
3580
4450
5370
50
800
1130
1390
1860
2440
2860
3100
3470
4180
5050
55
790
1070
1310
1750
2300
2690
2980
3350
3900
4710
60
740
1000
1230
1640
2150
2520
2870
3140
3610
4350
Note: The values are applicable for both Draw-out type and Fixed type.
The values of AR208S, AR212S and AR216S are for horizontal terminals on both line and load side.
The values of AR220S, AR325S, AR332S, AR440SB, AR440S, AR650S and AR663S are for vertical terminals on both line and load side.
Above figures are subject to the design of the enclosure and rating of busbar.
• High fault Series
Based
Standards
Ambient Type
temperature Connecting
(°C)
bar sizes
JIS C 8201-2-1 40 (Standard ambient
temperature)
Ann.1 Ann.2
IEC60947-2
45
EN 60947-2
50
AS3947.2
55
NEMA, SG-3
ANSI C37.13
AR212H
AR216H
2X80X5t
2X100X5t 3X100X5t 2X100X5t 3X100X5t 2X100X10t 3X100X10t 3X100X5t 4X150X6t 4X200X10t
AR220H
AR316H
AR320H
AR325H
AR332H
AR420H
AR440H
AR663H
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
2000
4000
6300
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
2000
4000
6300
1250
1600
2000
1600
2000
2500
3200
2000
4000
6000
1250
1600
1820
1600
2000
2500
2990
2000
3940
5680
60
40(Standard ambient
temperature)
1250
1250
1550
1600
1740
2000
1600
1600
2000
2000
2400
2500
2850
3200
2000
2000
3760
3700
5370
5680
45
1250
1600
1960
1600
2000
2500
3010
2000
3580
5370
50
1250
1600
1860
1600
2000
2440
2860
2000
3470
5050
55
1250
1510
1750
1600
1950
2300
2690
2000
3350
4710
60
1240
1420
1640
1550
1830
2150
2520
2000
3140
4350
Note: The values are applicable for both Draw-out type and Fixed type.
The values are for vertical terminals on both line and load side.
Above figures are subject to the design of the enclosure and rating of busbar.
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8 Application Data
What Is Discrimination?
Discrimination, also called selectivity, is the co-ordination of protective devices such that a
fault is cleared by the protective device installed immediately upstream of the fault, and by
that device alone.
X
Total discrimination
Discrimination is said to be total if the downstream circuit breaker opens and the upstream
circuit breaker remains closed. This ensures maximum availability of the system.
Partial discrimination
Discrimination is partial if the above condition is not fulfiled up to the prospective short-
upstream
circuit
breaker
X
downstream
circuit
breaker
circuit current, but to a lesser value, termed the selectivity limit current (Is).
Above this value both circuit breakers could open, resulting in loss of selectivity
fault
current
How To Read The Discrimination Tables
Boxes containing the letter “T” indicate total discrimination between the relevant upstream and downstream circuit-breakers. Total
discrimination applies for all fault levels up to the breaking capacity of the upstream or the downstream circuit breaker, whichever is
the lesser.
For the other boxes, discrimination is either partial or there is no discrimination.
Worked Examples
Q (1) A main switchboard requires a 1600A ACB feeding a 400A MCCB.The fault level is 65kA. What combination of
protective devices would provide total discrimination?
A (1) A TemPower2 ACB AR216S feeding a TemBreak2 S400GJ would provide total discrimination up to 65kA. See page 73
Note: Discrimination would be total whether the TemPower2 ACB had an integral or external protection relay because Icw
(1s) = Ics Most other ACBs have Icw(1s) < Ics.
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Discrimination Table
Upsream: TemPower2 ACB with or without Integral Protection Relay
Downstream: TemBreak2 MCCB
Upstream ACB
Breaking
Capacity 65kA 65kA 80kA 65kA
Downstream MCCB
80kA 100kA 65kA 80kA 100A
AR663H
6300A
AR663S
AR650S
4000A 5000A
AR440SB
AR332H
3200A
AR332S
AR325H
AR325S
2500A
AR320H
AR220H
AR220S
2000A
AR316H
AR216H
1600A
AR216S
Model
AR212H
AR208S
Frame
1250A
AR212S
800A
85kA 100kA 85kA 100kA 100kA 120kA 120kA 135kA
125A
E125NJ
S125NJ
S125GJ
H125NJ
L125NJ
25kA
36kA
65kA
125kA
200kA
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
160A/
250A
S160NJ
S160GJ
E250NJ
S250NJ
S250GJ
S250PE
H250NJ
L250NJ
36kA
65kA
25kA
36kA
65kA
70kA
125kA
200KA
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
400A/
630A
E400NJ
S400CJ
S400NJ
S400NE
S400GJ
S400GE
S400PJ
S400PE
H400NJ
H400NE
E630NE
S630CE
S630GE
25kA
36kA
50kA
50kA
70kA
70kA
85kA
85kA
125kA
125kA
36kA
50kA
70kA
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
800A
S800-CJ
S800-NJ
S800-RJ
S800-NE
S800-RE
H800-NE
L800-NE
36kA
50kA
70kA
50kA
70kA
125kA
200kA
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
1000A
S1000-SE
S1000-NE
50kA
70kA
-
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
1250A
S1250-SE
S1250-NE
S1250-GE
50kA
70kA
100kA
-
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
1600A
S1600-SE
S1600-NE
50kA
100kA
-
-
-
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Notes: 1. All ACB’s have Ii set at NON, MCR ON.
2. Assuming ACB time settings are greater than MCCB.
3. The above table is in accordance with IEC 60947-2, Annex A.
4. External relay can be used - Contact Terasaki for further details.
5. All values shown at 400V AC.
T= Total Selectivity
73
8 Application Data
Discrimination with ‘T’ type fuses
The following table should be used as a guide when selecting Terasaki Tempower2 Air Circuit Breakers and fuses (BS88/
IEC60269) which are immediately downstream from a transformer.
In and IR are set to the full rated current of the transformer, and tR, Isd and tsd are at standard transformer settings.
Listed are the maximum fuse ratings that can be used when downstream from a given ACB at these settings.
Also included are the maximum fuse ratings that can be used downstream when tR, Isd and tsd are at their maximum settings.
All information listed is based on a transformer secondary voltage of 415V.
> The above ‘In’ settings are based on 100% of Rated Current (Ict).
> Table Reference : IR - Long Time Delay Pickup Current, tR - Long Time Delay Time Setting, Isd - Short Time Delay Pickup Current, tsd - Short Time Delay Time Setting.
Notes:
Note:1 It is possible to increase the maximum fuse rating by utilising the ‘ramp’ facility on the on the TemPower2 Protection Relay (AGR).
Note:2 Information on fuses above 1250A rating was not available.
Note:3 All ACBs have Ii (Instantanious) set to NON. (MCR can be set to ON)
Please note the above table is meant only for guidance, individual installations should have a specific discrimination study undertaken.
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Accessories For Dual Supply Changeover Systems
TemTransfer 2 Automatic Changeover Controller
TemTransfer 2 is fully configurable Automatic Changeover Controller (ACC) for use in standby power applications.
The module will monitor the voltage and frequency of the incoming AC mains (utility) supply and in the event of a
failure will issue a start command to the generator control system.
The controller (ACC) is designed to monitor the incoming AC mains supply (1 or 3 phases) for under/over voltage
and under/over frequency. Should any of the parameters fall out of limit, the module will issue a command to the
generating set controller. Once the generator set is available and producing an output within limits, TemTransfer 2
will control the transfer device and switch the load from the mains (utility) to the generating set.
When the mains (utility) supply returns to within limits, the module will command a return to the mains (utility)
supply and shut down the generator after a suitable cooling run. Various timing sequences are available to prevent
nuisance starting or unnecessary supply breaks.
TemTransfer 2 Product Features
TemTransfer 2’s back-lit LCD shows system status and indicates any system warnings via a 4 line text display.
Red and green LEDs indicate the operational status of the network. The module can be easily configured by using
TemTransfer 2 Configuration Suite PC Software, via an interface kit (optional).
• Back-lit LCD with 4 line text display
• 5 configurable outputs
• Real time clock
• 10 configurable inputs
• PC / Front panel configuration
• Event log
• Volt-free relays
• Auto start inhibit
• Configurable timers
• Load inhibit
Supporting many different topologies, configurable timers, volt-free digital inputs and outputs make the
TemTransfer 2 controller a fully flexible solution to suit a wide variety of applications.
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Fixed and Drawout Pattern ACB's AR208 to AR663 (800A to 6300A)
COMPANY NAME:
EMAIL ADDRESS:
CONTACT NAME:
ORDER NUMBER:
TELEPHONE NUMBER:
QUANTITY:
FAX NUMBER:
DELIVERY TIME REQUEST :
1.TemPower 2 ACB: Enter your choice in the boxes provided (Refer to the catalogue for ratings and specfications)
TERASAKI ACB TYPE
FOR EXAMPLE -
AR
AR
325
'H' TYPES ARE ONLY AVAILABLE ON 1250A TO 3200A ACBS
AND 'SB' TYPE ON THE 4000A ACB
ENTER CIRCUIT BREAKER TYPE - Type S, H or SB
ENTER RATED CURRENT - Amps
ENTER SENSOR KIT RATING - Ict
ONLY ENTER A VALUE IF DIFFERENT FROM RATED CURRENT
ENTER NUMBER OF POLES
2.Type of Mounting, Connections and Shutters: Tick required boxes.
Fixed Pattern.
Drawout Pattern.
Not available on AR4 & AR6 ACBs
Horizontal
Vertical
Front
Control Circuit Terminal Cover
Top - Connections.
Main Circuit Shutters
Bottom - Connections.
Control Circuit Shutters
For AR4 & AR6 ACBs only vertical connections are available
3.AGR - Protection Relay and Protection Options: Tick required boxes.
Non Automatic.
Go to Section 4 - Indication
AGR-11B
AGR-21/22B
Economy Protection - Dial
Protection Functions
AGR-31B
Standard Protection - LCD
AGR-11BL
AGR-21BL AGR-21BR AGR-21BS AGR-22BS AGR-31BL AGR-31BR AGR-31BS
AL
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
GL
GS
PG
----
PR
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
PS
Enhanced Protection - LCD
----
----
----
----
----
-------
Protection Options
----
N-Phase Protection -NP.
S1-Contact Temperature Monitoring - OH.
S1-Trip Indicator.
S1-Phase Rotation Protection - NS.
S1-Restricted Ground Fault - REF.
N4
----
---N2
N2
---N2
N2
N2
N2
N2
N2
N2
N2
N2
----
----
N2
N2
----
----
N2
N2
----
----
N2
N2
----
----
----
----
----
N3
S2-Undervoltage Alarm - UVA.
----
----
----
----
N3
N3
N3
N3
S2-Spring Charge Indicator.
Zone Interlock - Z.
----
Communication - C.
----
Earth Leakage - ELT.
----
Please specify control voltage
AC100-120V
----
----
----
AC200-240V
- 21BL
----
----
----
DC24V
-P
S
Protection Relay Family.
----
N3
N3
----
N3
N3
----
----
----
----
----
DC48V
---DC100-25V
For AGR-31B please state system voltage -
Volts
Specify generator full load current (In) if applicable -
Amps (BS Type Relay)
Back lit LCD for AGR-21B, 22B (option)
Protection Function and Indication.
NOTES:
A = LSI PROTECTION. (as standard on all protection relays)
N1 - Soon to be available.
G = A + UNRESTRICTED GROUND FAULT PROTECTION.
N2 - Only one function can be selected from section S1.
All AGR-B Protection Relays have individual operation contact
indicators except the AGR-11B, which has a single operation
contact indicator.
R = A + REVERSE POWER.
AGR BL Type Protection Relay - INDUSTRIAL & TRANSFORMER
AGR BR Type Protection Relay - CHARACTERISTICS TO IEC 60255-3
AGR BS Type Protection Relay - GENERATOR
----
DC200-250V
Protection Relay Group.
76
----
N3
RELAY KEY
P = A + PRE TRIP ALARM.
----
----
Example of AGR Protection Relay Description
AGR
----
N2
----
S2-Second Pre -Trip Alarm - PTA2.
-------
N3 - Only one function can be selected from section S2.
N4 - Restricted Ground Fault only available with PG function.
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Fixed and Drawout Pattern ACB's AR208 to AR663 (800A to 6300A)
4.Indication Accessories: Tick required boxes.
4AB Auxiliary Switches
7AB Auxiliary Switches
10AB Auxiliary Switches
Insert
Isolated
Test
Conn
2 Position Switches (Write a '0', '1' or a '2', total 2)
= Total 2.
4 Position Switches (Write a '0', '1' or a '2', total 4)
= Total 4.
Trip Indication Switch
Normal
Gold
Spring Charge Switch
Normal
Gold
Ready to Close Switch
Normal
Gold
Open/Close Cycle Counter
5.Electrical Operation Accessories: Tick required boxes.
Double Closing Coil 24V DC & 240V AC Only (Short Rated)
Capacitor Shunt Trip 110 AC (Not Available with UVT)
Double Shunt Trip Coil 24V DC &240 V AC Only (Short Rated)
Split Circuit** (For Motor and Closing Coil)
**Split Circuit - Voltages for the motor and closing coil must be indicated below.
AC - Control Voltage
AC100
AC110
AC120
AC200
AC220
AC230
AC240
Shunt Trip Continuously Rated (Short Rated with UVT)
AC380
AC400
AC415
AC440
-----
-----
-----
-----
DC220
DC250
Motor Operator and Closing coil
Closing Coil
Motor Operator
(Split Circuit)**
(Split Circuit)**
Undervoltage Trip Device - Instantaneous
Undervoltage Trip Device - Time-Delay
DC - Control Voltage
DC24
DC30
DC48
DC100
DC110
DC125
DC200
Shunt Trip Continuously Rated (Short Rated with UVT)
Motor Operator and Closing coil
-----
-----
Closing Coil
-----
-----
Motor Operator
(Split Circuit)**
(Split Circuit)**
-----
Undervoltage Trip Device - Instantaneous
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
6.External Accessories: Tick required boxes.
Door Flange IP20
IP55 Transparent Cover
Door Flange IP31
Fixing Blocks
Standard Drawout Handle
Test Jumper
Storage Drawout Handle
Auto-Discharge
Mal-insertion Prevention Device (Insert Code in Box)
Lifting Plates
InterPole Barriers (Not Applicable for Front Connections)
OCR Checker ANU-1
Step Down Transformer (P380-440V/S220V)
OCR test interfaceunit ANU-2
Tropicalisation Treatment
Main Shutter Padlock Device
Anti-Corrosion Treatment
IP3X Chassis Protection
Cold Climate Treatment
Test Report (Enter Number of Copies in Box)
Lifter Loader
AWR-1B
For AR 2, 3 & 440SB
AWR-2B
For AR 2, 3, 4 & 6
7.Locking and Interlocking Systems: Tick required boxes.
Horizontal Mechanical Interlock for three ACBs, Gen. ACB Interlocked with outer ACBs
Type A (4)
Horizontal Mechanical Interlock for three ACBs, one or two from three
Type B (2)
Horizontal Mechanical Interlock for two ACBs, one from two
Type C (1)
Horizontal Mechanical Interlock for three ACBs, one from three
Type D (3)
Type A - Indicate position of Gen. ACB
All Types - Pitch 'P1'( 1st & 2nd), 'P2' (2nd & 3rd)
Left
Cent
P1=
Right
mm P2=
mm
Vertical Mechanical Interlock for two ACBs, one from two
Enter Vertical Pole Pitch 'P' Between ACBs
P=
mm
Door Interlock
Storage drawout handle is recommended.
Cylinder lock (Lock in Off) and key
Cylinder lock (Lock in On) and key
Lock in Off Padlock Facility
Castell Fitting (Lock in Off) - Facility only
Tick One Box
Castell Fitting (Lock in On) - Facility only
Castell Lock (Lock in Off) and Key (Factory fitted-European market only)
Enter Castell symbol required.
Castell Lock (Lock in On) and Key (Factory fitted-European market only)
Enter Castell symbol required.
8.Earthing Devices: Tick required boxes.
Body (Portable Part)
Chassis (Permanent Part)
Earthing Device Note:
Not available with front connections.
Not recommended with a UVT, as manual disconnection is required.
For Customer Notes or References.
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TERASAKI ELECTRIC (EUROPE) LTD.
FILIALE ITALIA
Via Ambrosoli, 4A-20090 Rodano, Milano, Italy
Telephone:
39-02-92278300
Fax:
39-02-92278320
Email:
[email protected]
http://www.terasaki.it/
Pol. Ind. Coll de la Manya, C/Cal Ros dels Ocells 5-7,
08403 Granollers, Barcelona, Spain
TERASAKI ELECTRIC (EUROPE) LTD.
FILIAL SVERIGE
17 Tuas Street Singapore 638454
65-6744-9752
Telephone
Fax:
65-6748-7592
Email:
[email protected]
MAY. 2015 Ref No. 15-I55EU
Ratings and specifications in this catalogue may be subject to change without notice
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