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MCS
Modular Control System
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Leading Edge Technology with
Motor Management from
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Automation, a global leader in
industrial automation, offers the most
technologically advanced solutions for
controlling and protecting motors:
MCS Starters and Starter Components
Miniature Contactors
Contactors from 9 to 630 A
Solid-State Overload Relays
Bimetallic Overload Relays
Electronic Motor Protection Devices
Manual Motor Starters/Protectors
Solid-State Soft Starters
Smart Speed Controllers/Variable
Frequency Drives
Control, Load and Disconnect
Switches
Panel Systems
MCS Ushers in a New Era of
Motor Control Components up
to 45 kW/ 60 HP
MCS is a system of components that is
easy to apply. MCS makes selection,
planning, installation, operation,
maintenance, and updating easier and
more cost-effective than ever before.
MCS Provides Flexibility
The coordinated design and performance
of MCS components offers maximum
flexibility for engineering and assembly
of control systems.
The Modular Control System Offers
Advanced Motor Management
MCS Provides
Efficiency
MCS offers cost savings
through:
Simple planning
Space-saving installation
Time-saving assembly and
wiring
Reliable performance
Plan for the Future
with MCS
Ongoing system
development ensures
continued product
innovations in the future
while complementing
present automation
investments.
Motor
Management
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The MCS Modular Control System Offers
Greater Flexibility With Fewer Components
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MCS Provides Control Solution
Flexibility
A choice of control solutions:
Short-Circuit Protection
- with circuit breakers
- with fuses
Short-Circuit Coordination
- Type 1
- Type 2
Motor Protection
- with manual motor starters/protectors
- with solid-state overload relays
- with thermal overload relays
- with electronic motor protection
devices
Installation
- on panel adapters
- on DIN mounting rails
- on bus bar systems
MCS a Precision Fit
MCS components are designed for
electrical and dimensional coordination
that makes them extremely easy to
assemble. Consistent 9 mm spacing
simplifies planning and installation.
MCS Simplifies Handling and
Logistics
With fewer components, the MCS covers a
wide range of application needs, making
the factory floor perform more efficiently
and reducing inventory. Accessory
components can be used with all MCS
contactors and control relay sizes.
MCS New Technology for the
World Market
MCS was developed to meet the control
needs of the global market and is available
through the Rockwell Automation
worldwide distribution network.
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The Highest Switching Capacity In The Smallest
Space: The MCS Contactors
World Leaders in Compact Design
MCS contactors provide greater performance and require less panel space. Within their compact dimensions,
they are designed to control the high starting currents of modern motors.
45 mm 45 mm 54 mm 72 mm
9 A
12 A
16 A
23 A
30 A
37 A 43 A
60 A
72 A
85 A
MCS Contactors and Control
Relays Provide Flexibility in
Auxiliary Contact Selection
Select among:
front mounting
left- or right-side mounting
any combination when used
with timing modules,
mechanical latches or
interlocks.
Coil Terminals are Always in
the Correct Position
Reversible coil terminals allow proper
positioning for optimum access,
whether load side for starters with
manual motor starters/protectors or line
side with the revolutionary MCS
solid-state overload relay.
MCS Contactors and Control
Relays Provide Enhanced
Safety Features
Safety is an obligation. MCS
contactors and relays are designed for
personnel and functional safety. The
contactor design features:
IP2LX finger protection against
accidental contact with live
components
Positive guided contacts
Protection against manual operation
Auxiliary and relay contacts
compatible with electronic circuits to
17V, 5 mA
MCS Contactors Provide
Improved Wire Terminals
Two separate wire clamps per pole
maximize wiring options and
termination reliability. Dual wire
clamps allow maximum flexibility to
terminate a variety of conductor types
and sizes.
Common Accessories
Make it Easy
All MCS accessories may be used
throughout the entire range of MCS
contactors. The mechanical and dual
interlocks can provide interlocking
between the smallest and largest
contactor sizes.
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26- 85
14- 45
12- 37
12- 32 3.7- 12 1.0- 2.9 0.32- 1.0 0.1- 0.32
0.1A- 100A
1.6- 5.0
1 A 0.1 A 10 A 100 A
(100-C60-C85)
Overloads for
Contactors Sizes:
(100-C43)
(100-C30, -C37))
(100-C09-C23)
(Conventional
Overloads)
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State- of- the- Art Motor Protection with MCS
Solid- State Overload Relays
MCS Overload relays Reduces
Panel Size and Heating
Because the MCS overload relays
generate less heat, panel cooling
requirements can be reduced. Forty
MCS overload protection relays
produce no more heat in the panel
than one conventional thermal
overload relay.
The advanced technology used in the MCS overload relays helps extend motor life while providing maximum
productivity. The solid-state circuitry provides improved protection against motor damage and reduces the possibility
of nuisance tripping, increasing the overall efficiency of the motor and application.
Conventional
overload relay = 6 Watt
1 MCS-E = 150 mW
Bimetallic MCS-E
Wide Current Adjustment
Range Reduces Inventory
The current range of the MCS
overload relay covers a ratio of
3.2:1, which considerably reduces
the number of versions to stock.
The adjustment range also
accommodates the variation
between different manufacturers of
the same kW/hp rated motors and
reduces the need to change overload
relays when the motor changes.
Ultra Compact Starters
The MCS overload relays are
designed for direct mounting to the
MCS contactors and together form
an extremely compact starter with
easily accessible terminals.
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Conventional
Overload
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MCS-E
3 Seconds
Phase Loss Protection
Unlike traditional overload relays
which may take 40 seconds or more
to trip, the MCS overload relays can
trip in as little as 3 seconds under
phase loss conditions on fully
loaded motors.
MCS Solid- State
Overload Relays
Bulletin 193- EA/ ES
(MCS- E1) Features
Self-powered
Trip classes 10 and 20
Phase-loss protection
Low power consumption
Compact design
Version for single-
phase motors
Manual or manual/
automatic reset
Wide current
adjustment range
N.O. and N.C. alarm
contacts
Full line of accessories
Bulletin 193- EB
(MCS- E2) Features
Self-powered
Phase loss protection
Low power consumption
Compact design
Manual or manual/
automatic reset
Wide current
adjustment range
N.O. and N.C. alarm
contacts
Trip Classes 10, 15
and 20
Selectable jam/stall
protection
Selectable ground
(earth fault) tripping
Full line of accessories
400%
100%
600%
Panel adapter
Ior separate mounting onto
35 mm DIN Rail
All terminals and controls
accessible Irom the Iront
Selector switch for:
- manual reset
- automatic reset
- test trip 'TRIP
Wide current adjustment ranges
Label holder
Ior device designation
Visible trip indicator
Trip Class Setting for Matching
Protection
The trip class oI the MCS-E2
overload relay can be selected on
site using DIP switches on the
device, making it possible to match
the relay trip class to the required
perIormance.
Ground Fault Tripping
The ground (earth) Iault protection
on the MCS-E2 protects the motor
installation Irom damage due to high
ground Iault currents. This Ieature
detects ground Iault conditions and
isolates the circuit prior to
catastrophic damage.
Jam/ Stall Protection Avoids
High Overloads
The jam/stall protection on the
MCS-E2 overload relay
instantaneously trips the motor on
high overloads caused by jam/stall
conditions. The MCS-E2 helps
prevent unnecessary stress and
heating damage to the motor and
allows quick restarts.
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St al l Ini t i at ed
St al l prot ect i on
Remote reset
snap-on mounting, Ior remote
electrical resetting
Anti- tamper shields
protects current setting Irom
unauthorized adjustment
DIP switches Ior:
- ground Iault tripping
- jam/stall protection
Trip class setting:
Classes 10,
15 or 20
Test button
Ior checking the coil
circuit (opens 95-96)
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Cl ass 15
Cl ass 10
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Protection and Control
with the MCS Manual
Motor Starter/ Protectors
MCS Manual Motor
Starter/Protectors provide both
Short Circuit Protection and
Overload protection for the
starter, motor and motor circuit
conductors.
These protective functions
provide enhanced safety to
personnel and installations and
meet the circuit breaker
requirements of IEC
947-2. For applications in North
America, manual motor
starter/protector meets the manual
motor controller requirements,
and is rated for group motor
installation. By using auxiliary
contacts and signalling contacts,
starters can be integrated into
modern automation systems to
maximize productivity.
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Current Limitation Saves
Space and Money
The high degree of current limitation of
the MCS manual motor starter/protector
makes it possible to construct starters
that provide Type 2 coordination and
require less panel space. Type 2
coordination minimizes downtime after
a short-circuit because the contactor is
not damaged and remains ready for
operation.
MCS Starters Have Only Two
Components
MCS manual motor starter/protectors can
easily be assembled with a contactor to
form a D.O.L. or group motor starter
providing:
On/Off control of the motor
Short-circuit and overload protection
Main and auxiliary circuit status
Trip indication
Visible device status indication
(On/Off/Tripped)
Manual motor circuit isolation
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Extremely Fast Short- Circuit
Interruption
The MCS manual motor starter/protector
interrupts short-circuits in
approximately 1.5 ms, protecting the
starter, motor and conductors against
the destructive forces of the short-
circuit. After the cause of fault is
eliminated, the process can be restarted
quickly.
Rated motor current
Allen-Bradley MCS-M
Conventional circuit breaker performance
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MCS Modular Control System Protection Devices
To satisfy requirements for larger frame
contactors, Allen-Bradley Bulletin 100-B
contactors are available in sizes from
110 to 600 amperes. Augmenting the
MCS offerings, the Bulletin 100-B
contactors complete the full range of
Allen-Bradley contactor sizes from 9 to
600 amperes.
Wide variety of operating coils
Easy removal of coil assembly in
110 A through 300 A sizes
Replaceable contacts on all sizes
Factory or field installed auxiliary
contacts (one N.O hold-in contact
standard)
Note: MCS accessories are not
appropriate for use with Bulletin
100-B contactors
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Bulletin 100- B Contactors 110...600 Amperes
Multiple Motor Starter Options
Starters on the MCS panel system with
plug-in modules for direct line connection
offer enhanced flexibility in providing a
variety of motor starters. The motor
starters can be changed or added with
minimal work, offering advantages that
were previously only available in Motor
Control Centers.
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3 4
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Choice of protection
device
Choice of starter
function
1 MCS Manual Motor Starter/Protector
2 MCS Solid-State Overload Relay
3 MCS Bimetallic Overload Relay
1 Across the line starters 4 Starters for two-speed motors
2 Reversing starters 5 Other starters
3 Wye-delta starters
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Compact MCS Starters Using
State- of- the- Art Technology
Starters assembled using MCS
solid-state overload relays are compact
and efficient. The small size of the
components provides for compact
assemblies, while the advancements in
technology offer the option to choose
trip class and reset mode while
producing minimal heat.
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The MCS Modular Control System... the Easiest Way
Modular Design Makes Panel
Layout Simple
The modular design of the MCS family
simplifies panel layout. All components
have been designed around 45, 54 or
81 mm widths.
MCS starters Efficient and
Easy to Assemble
Using MCS components, starters are
easily assembled. All components have
been designed with assembled starters in
mind. As a result, all components work
together. Also, when the panel system
and size of components are taken into
consideration, the efficiency of the MCS
system is even more evident. Savings can
be obtained when using pre-assembled
wiring kits in multi-speed, reversing and
reduced voltage starters.
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Choice of
installation
2
Choice of short- circuit
coordination
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1 Type 1 Coordination
2 Type 2 Coordination
1 DIN mounting rails 3 MCS panel system for
2 MCS panel system screw-on or snap-on
for bus-bar mounting mounting
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to Assemble a Variety of Starters.
With MCS, Motor Control Solutions are More
Compact Flexible Efficient
MCS Starter Components
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Overview
Bulletin 100-C
Contactors
985 A (445 kW/560 HP)
AC and DC versions Page 18
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
110...600 A Page 47
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
0.185 A Page 67
Bulletin 193-T
Bimetallic Overload Relays
0.190 A Page 75
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relay
23...630A Page 76
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
0.190 A Page 88
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
Modules for 3-Phase Bus Bar Systems Page 108
MCS Starter Components
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Overview
Bulletin 700-CF
Control Relays
High Contact Reliability Page 116
Starter Components
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Product Information
Manual Motor Starter/Protector
Cat. No. 140-MN-2500
Power Wiring Kit
Cat. No. 105-PW23
Adapter Plates
Cat. No. 140-B254
Contactor
Cat. No. 100-C16
Connector Clip
Cat. No. 140-K
Auxiliary Contact
Front Mount
Cat. No. 100-FA11
Auxiliary Contact
Side Mount
Cat. No. 100-SB11
Contactor
Cat. No. 100-C23
Bus Bar Module
Cat. No. 140-S20
Bus Bar Module
Cat. No. 140-S225
Solid-State Overload Relay
Cat. No. 193-EA1DB
Power Wiring Kit
Cat. No. 105-PW23
Surge Suppressor
Cat. No. 100-FSC280
Electronic Timer
Cat. No. 100-ETY30
Contactor
Cat. No. 100-C23
Auxiliary Contacts
Cat. No. 100-FB22
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Bulletin
100-C/104-C
Compact Sizes from
445 kW/560 HP
(985 A)
AC and DC Coil Control
Common Accessories
for All Contactor Sizes
Front andSideMounting
of Auxiliary Contacts
Electronic and
Pneumatic Timing
Modules
Space-Saving Coil-
Mounted Control
Modules
Reversible Coil
Terminations (Line or
Load Side)
All Devices Can Be
Attached to 35 mm DIN
Mounting Rail
Environmentally
Friendly Materials
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection
3-Pole Contactors, AC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4-Pole Contactors, AC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3-Pole Contactors, DC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4-Pole Contactors, DC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Reversing Contactors, AC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Reversing Contactors, DC-Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Accessories
Auxiliary Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Control Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Accessories, Continued
Assembly Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Marking Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Renewal Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Specifications
Technical Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Shipping Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Description
The Bulletin 100C/104C contactor family, along with a wide range of common
accessories and Bulletin 193 solid-state overload relays, provides the most compact
and flexible starter component system available.
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of contactor selected with coil
voltage code.
If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
If required, Cat. No. of replacement
coils.
Conformity to Standards Approvals
IEC 947-4 CE
IEC 947 Type 2 Coordination CSA Certified (Cert. No. LR13908)
UL 508 UL Listed
CSA 22.2 No. 14 (File No. E3125, Guide No. NLDX)
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Product Selection
3-Pole AC-Operated Contactors
AC Operating Mechanism
3 Main Contacts
Voltage Suffix Code andTerminal Position
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 120V, 60Hz:
Cat. No. 100-C0910 becomes Cat. No.100-C09D10.
Coil Terminal Position
All contactors are delivered with the coil terminals located on the line side.
For load side coil terminations, insert a U prior to the coil voltage code. Ordering
example: Cat. No. 100-C09UD10.
Ie Ratings for Switching AC Motors - AC-2, AC-3, AC-4 Aux. Contacts
Cat. No.
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2
1 0 100-C0910
0 1 100-C0901
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10
1 0 100-C1210
0 1 100-C1201
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10
1 0 100-C1610
0 1 100-C1601
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15
1 0 100-C2310
0 1 100-C2301
30 50 10 15 15 15 2 5 7-1/2 10 20 20
0 0 100-C3000
1 0 100-C3010
0 1 100-C3001
37 50 11 18.5 18.5 18.5 3 5 10 10 25 25
0 0 100-C3700
1 0 100-C3710
0 1 100-C3701
43 85 13 22 22 22 3 7-1/2 10 15 30 30
0 0 100-C4300
1 0 100-C4310
0 1 100-C4301
60 100 18.5 30 30 30 5 10 15 20 40 40
0 0 100-C6000
1 0 100-C6010
0 1 100-C6001
72 100 22 37 37 37 5 15 20 25 50 50
0 0 100-C7200
1 0 100-C7210
0 1 100-C7201
85 100 25 45 45 45 7-1/2 15 25 30 60 60
0 0 100-C8500
1 0 100-C8510
0 1 100-C8501
12 24 32 36 42 48 100
100-
110 110 120 127 200
200-
220 208
208-
240
220-
230 230
230-
240 240 277 347 380
380-
400 400
400-
415 440 480 500 550 600
50Hz R K V W X Y KP D P S KG L F VA T N G B M C
60Hz Q J V X KP D KG H L A T I E N B C
50/60 KJ KY KP KD KG KF KA KN KB
Cat. No. 100-C2310
Cat. No. 100-C3700
Cat. No. 100-C4300
Cat. No. 100-C8500
V
Hz
Cat. No.
100-C0910
Line Side
Cat. No.
100-C09U10
Load Side
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Product Selection, Continued
4-Pole AC-Operated Contactors
AC Operating Mechanism
4 Main Contacts (without auxiliary contacts)
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 120V, 60 Hz: Cat. No.
100-C09400 becomes Cat. No. 100-C09D400.
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Ratings for Switching AC Motors
Contact
Configuration,
Main Pole
Cat. No.
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2
4 0 100-C09400
3 1 100-C09300
2 2 100-C09200
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10
4 0 100-C12400
3 1 100-C12300
2 2 100-C12200
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10
4 0 100-C16400
3 1 100-C16300
2 2 100-C16200
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15
4 0 100-C23400
3 1 100-C23300
2 2 100-C23200
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24 32 36 42 48 100
100-
110 110 120 127 200
200-
220 208
208-
240
220-
230 230
230-
240 240 277 347 380
380-
400 400
400-
415 440 480 500 550 600
50 Hz R K V W X Y KP D P S KG L F VA T N G B M C
60 Hz Q J V X KP D KG H L A T I E N B C
50/60 Hz KJ KY KP KD KG KF KA KN KB
Cat. No. 100-C23400
Accessories Page 25
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
V
Hz
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Product Selection, Continued
3-Pole DC-Operated Contactors
DC Operating Mechanism
3 Main Contacts
Voltage Suffix Code andTerminal Position
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 24V DC:
Cat. No. 100-C0910 becomes Cat. No.100-C09ZJ10.
Coil Terminal Position.
All contactors are delivered with the coil terminals located on the line side.
For load side coil terminations, insert a U prior to the coil voltage code. Ordering
example: Cat. No. 100-C09UZJ10.
Ie Ratings for Switching AC Motors - AC-2, AC-3, AC-4
Auxiliary Contacts
Cat. No.
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2
1 0 100-C0910
0 1 100-C0901
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10
1 0 100-C1210
0 1 100-C1201
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10
1 0 100-C1610
0 1 100-C1601
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15
1 0 100-C2310
0 1 100-C2301
30 50 10 15 15 15 2 5 7-1/2 10 20 20
0 0 100-C3000
1 0 100-C3010
0 1 100-C3001
37 50 11 18.5 18.5 18.5 3 5 10 10 25 25
0 0 100-C3700
1 0 100-C3710
0 1 100-C3701
43 85 13 22 22 22 3 7-1/2 10 15 30 30
0 0 100-C4300
1 0 100-C4310
0 1 100-C4301
60 100 18.5 30 30 30 5 10 15 20 40 40
0 0 100-C6000
1 0 100-C6010
0 1 100-C6001
72 100 22 37 37 37 5 15 20 25 50 50
0 0 100-C7200
1 0 100-C7210
0 1 100-C7201
85 100 25 45 45 45 7-1/2 15 25 30 60 60
0 0 100-C8500
1 0 100-C8510
0 1 100-C8501
DC Voltages 9 12 24 36 48 60 64 72 80 110 115 125 220 230 250
100-C09C43
Standard ZR ZQ ZJ ZW ZY ZZ ZB ZG ZE ZD ZP ZS ZA ZF ZT
with Integrated Diode - - DJ - - - - - - - - - - - -
100-C60C85 with Integrated Diode DR DQ DJ DW DY DZ DB DG DE DD DP DS DA DF DT
Cat. No. 100-C16ZJ10 Cat. No. 100-C23ZJ10 Cat. No. 100-C85DJ00
Cat. No. 100-C43ZJ00
Cat. No.
100-C09Z10
Line Side
Cat. No.
100-C09UZ10
Load Side
Accessories Page 25
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Product Selection, Continued
4-Pole DC-Operated Contactors
DC Operating Mechanism
4 Main Contacts (without auxiliary contacts)
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 24V: Cat. No. 100-
C09400 becomes Cat. No. 100-C09ZJ400.
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Ratings for Switching AC Motors
Contact
Configuration,
Main Pole
Cat. No.
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2
4 0 100-C09400
3 1 100-C09300
2 2 100-C09200
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10
4 0 100-C12400
3 1 100-C12300
2 2 100-C12200
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10
4 0 100-C16400
3 1 100-C16300
2 2 100-C16200
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15
4 0 100-C23400
3 1 100-C23300
2 2 100-C23200
DC Voltages 9 12 24 36 48 60 64 72 80 110 115 125 220 230 250
100-C09C23
Standard ZR ZQ ZJ ZW ZY ZZ ZB ZG ZE ZD ZP ZS ZA ZF ZT
with Integrated
Diode
- - DJ - - - - - - - - - - - -
Cat. No. 100-C12ZJ400
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Product Selection, Continued
Reversing AC-Operated Contactors
AC Operating Mechanism, 3 Main Contacts
Includes Mechanical/Electrical Interlock
Includes Reversing Power Wiring
0 00 0 The N.C. auxiliary contact is supplied as part of the mechanical/electrical interlock.
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 120V 60 Hz: Cat. No.
104-C0922 becomes Cat. No. 104-C09D22.
Ie
Ratings for Switching AC Motors
Auxiliary Contacts
Installed per
Contactor
Cat. No.
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.0 00 0
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2 1 1 104-C0922
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10 1 1 104-C1222
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10 1 1 104-C1622
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15 1 1 104-C2322
30 50 10 15 15 15 2 5 7-1/2 10 20 20
0 1 104-C3002
1 1 104-C3022
37 50 11 18.5 18.5 18.5 3 5 10 10 25 25
0 1 104-C3702
1 1 104-C3722
43 85 13 22 22 22 3 7.5 10 15 30 30
0 1 104-C4302
1 1 104-C4322
60 100 18.5 30 30 30 5 10 15 20 40 40
0 1 104-C6002
1 1 104-C6022
72 100 22 37 37 37 5 15 20 25 50 50
0 1 104-C7202
1 1 104-C7222
85 100 25 45 45 45 7-1/2 15 25 30 60 60
0 1 104-C8502
1 1 104-C8522
Standard
Coil
Voltages 12 24 32 36 42 48 100
100-
110 110 120 127 200
200-
220 208
208-
240
220-
230 230
230-
240 240 277 347 380
380-
400 400
400-
415 440 480 500 550 600
50 Hz R K V W X Y KP D P S KG L F VA T N G B M C
60 Hz Q J V X KP D KG H L A T I E N B C
50/60 Hz KJ KY KP KD KG KF KA KN KB
Cat. No. 104-C0922
Cat. No. 104-C3022 Cat. No. 104-C8522
Accessories Page 25
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
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Product Selection, Continued
Reversing DC-Operated Contactors
DC Operating Mechanism, 3 Main Contacts, Line Side Coil Terminations
Includes Mechanical/Electrical Interlock
Includes Reversing Power Wiring
0 00 0 The N.C. auxiliary contact is supplied as part of the mechanical/electrical interlock.
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 120V 60 Hz: Cat. No.
104-C0922 becomes Cat. No. 104-C09ZJ22.
Ie
Ratings for Switching AC Motors
Auxiliary
Contacts
Installed per
Contactor
Cat. No.
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4
[A] kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
AC-3 AC-1 230V
380V
415V
400V 500V 690V
1 3
115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V N.O. N.C.0 00 0
9 32 3 4 4 4 1/3 1 2 2 5 7-1/2 1 1 104-C0922
12 32 4 5.5 5.5 5.5 1/2 2 3 3 7-1/2 10 1 1 104-C1222
16 32 5.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 1 3 5 5 10 10 1 1 104-C1622
23 32 7.5 11 11 11 2 3 5 7-1/2 15 15 1 1 104-C2322
30 50 10 15 15 15 2 5 7-1/2 10 20 20
0 1 104-C3002
1 1 104-C3022
37 50 11 18.5 18.5 18.5 3 5 10 10 25 25
0 1 104-C3702
1 1 104-C3722
43 85 13 22 22 22 3 7.5 10 15 30 30
0 1 104-C4302
1 1 104-C4322
60 100 18.5 30 30 30 5 10 15 20 40 40
0 1 104-C6002
1 1 104-C6022
72 100 22 37 37 37 5 15 20 25 50 50
0 1 104-C7202
1 1 104-C7222
85 100 25 45 45 45 7-1/2 15 25 30 60 60
0 1 104-C8502
1 1 104-C8522
DC Voltages 9 12 24 36 48 60 64 72 80 110 115 125 220 230 250
104-C09C43
Standard ZR ZQ ZJ ZW ZY ZZ ZB ZG ZE ZD ZP ZS ZA ZF ZT
with Integrated Diode - - DJ - - - - - - - - - - - -
104-C60C85 with Integrated Diode DR DQ DJ DW DY DZ DB DG DE DD DP DS DA DF DT
Cat. No. 104-C09ZJ22
Cat. No. 104-C30ZJ22
Accessories Page 25
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Contactors
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Accessories
Auxiliary Contacts
0 Up to 8 auxiliary contacts may be mounted (max. 4 N.C. contacts on the front of the contactor and max. 2 N.O. contacts on each s ide).
O Double Numbering Left-side mounting only is recommended for Cat. No. 100-C09100-C23 due to double numbering.
Description
N.O. N.C.
Connection Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for
Front Mounting 0
2- and 4-pole
Quick and easy mounting without
tools
Electronic-compatible contacts
down to 17V, 5mA
Mutual positive guidance to the
main contactor poles (except for
L types)
Models with equal function with
several terminal numbering
choices
L = Late break / Early make
0 2 100-C all 100-FA02
1 1
100-C all
C3000C8500
C0910...C2310
100-FA11
100-FB11
100-FC11
2 0 100-C all 100-FA20
1L 1L C3000...C8500 100-FBL11
0 4 100-C all 100-FA04
1 3 100-C all 100-FA13
2 2
100-C all
C3000...C8500
C0910...C2310
100-FA22
100-FB22
100-FC22
3 1 100-C all 100-FA31
4 0 100-C all 100-FA40
1+1L 1+1L 100-C all 100-FAL22
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for Side
Mounting without Sequence Ter-
minal Designations 0
1- and 2-pole
Two-way numbering for right or
left mounting on the contactor
Quick and easy mounting without
tools
Electronic-compatible contacts
down to 17V, 5mA
Mutual positive guidance to the
main contactor poles (except for
L types)
L = Late break/Early make
0 1 100-C all 100-SA01
1 0 100-C all 100-SA10
0 2 100-C all 100-SA02
1 1 100-C all 100-SA11
2 0 100-C all 100-SA20
L1 L1 100-C all 100-SAL11
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for Side
Mounting with Sequence Terminal
Designations 0
1- and 2-pole
Two-way numbering for right or
left mounting on the contactor
Quick and easy mounting without
tools
Electronic compatible contacts
down to 17V, 5mA
Mutual positive guidance to the
main contactor poles (except for
L types)
L = Late break/Early make
0 1 100-C all 100-SB01
1 0 100-C O 100-SB10
0 2 100-C O 100-SB02
1 1 100-C O 100-SB11
2 0 100-C O 100-SB20
L1 L1 100-C O 100-SBL11
-FA02
-FB11 -FC11
-FA11
-FA20
-FBL11
-FA22 -FB22
-FC22 -FA31
-FA40 -FAL22
-FA04 -FA13
-SA01
-SA10
-SA02 -SA11
-SA20 -SAL11

-SB01
-SB10
-SB02 -SB11
-SB20 -SBL11
Product Selection Page 19
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Contactors
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Accessories, Continued
Control Modules
Description
Connection
Diagrams
For Use
With Cat. No.
Pneumatic Timing Modules
Pneumatic timing element contacts switch
after the delay time. The contacts on the
main contactor continue to operate without
delay.
Continuous adjustment range
ON-Delay
0.330 s
1.8180 s
100-C with
AC coils
100-FPTA30
100-FPTA180
OFF-Delay
0.330 s
1.8180 s
100-C all 100-FPTB30
100-FPTB180
Electronic Timing Modules
Delay of the contactor solenoid
100-ETA ON-Delay
The contactor is energized at the end of
the delay time.
100-ETB OFF-Delay
After interruption of the control signal, the
contactor is de-energized at the end of the
delay time.
100-ETY
Contactor K 3 (Y) is de-energized (off) and
K 2 (D) is energized (on) after the end of
the set Y end time.
(Switching delay at 90ms).
Continuous adjustment range
High repeat accuracy
ON-Delay
0.13 s
130 s
10180 s
110240V,
50/60 Hz
110250VDC
100-C all
100-ETA3
100-ETA30
100-ETA180
ON-Delay
0.13 s
130 s
10180 s
24V DC
100-C with
DC coils
100-ETAZJ3
100-ETAZJ30
100-ETAZJ180
OFF-Delay
0.33 s
130 s
10180 s
110240V
50/60 Hz
100-C with
AC coils
100-ETB3
100-ETB30
100-ETB180
Transition Time
Y Contactor
130 s
110240V
50/60 Hz
100-C with
AC coils
100-ETY30
Mechanical Interlocks
For interlocking of two contactors.
Common interlock for all 100-C
contactor sizes
Interlocking of different sizes possible
Mechanical and electrical interlocking
possible in one module by means of
integrated auxiliary contacts
9 mm dovetail connector included
Mechanical only
Without auxiliary contacts
100-C all 100-MCA00
Mechanical/electrical
With 2 N.C. auxiliary contacts
100-C all 100-MCA02
Product Selection Page 19
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
(K1M)
K1M
(K1M)
K1M
(K1M)
K1M
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Contactors
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Accessories, Continued
Control Modules, Continued
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage suffix code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: 120V, 60 Hz:
Cat. No. 100-FL11 becomes Cat. No. 100-FL11D.
0 For special voltages, contact your local sales office.
Description
Connection
Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Mechanical Latch
Following contactor latching, the contactor coil is immediately
de-energized (off) by the N.C. auxiliary contact (65-66).
Electrical or manual release
1 N.O. + 1 N.C. auxiliary contacts
Suitable for all 100-C contactor sizes, 985A
100-C with AC coils 100-FL11
DC Interface (electronic)
Interface between the DC control signal (PLC) and the AC oper-
ating mechanism of the contactor.
Control voltage 1830V DC (24V DC nominal)
For coil voltages of 110 240V AC
Suitable for all 100-C contactor sizes, 985 A
Requires no additional surge suppression for the coils
Power consumption
0.1 W at 18V DC
0.25 W at 24V DC
0.5 W at 30V DC
100-C with AC coils 100-JE
Surge Suppressors
For limitation of coil
switching transients.
Plug-in, coil
mounted
Suitable for all 100-
C contactor sizes,
985 A
RC, Varistor and
Diode Versions
RC Module
AC Operating
Mechanism
2448V
50/60 Hz
100-C with AC coils
100-FSC48
110280V
50/60 Hz
100-FSC280
380480V
50/60 Hz
100-FSC480
Varistor Module
AC/DC Operating
Mechanism
1255V AC/
1277V DC
100-C all
100-FSV55
56136V AC/
78180V DC
100-FSV136
137277V AC/
181350V DC
100-FSV277
278575V AC 100-FSV575
Diode Module
DC Operating
Mechanism
12250VDC
100-C with DC
coils
100-FSD250
Voltage 0 24 48 100 110 120 230-240 240 277 380-400 400-415 440 480
50 Hz K Y KP D VA T N G B
60 Hz J D A T N B
K1M
(K1M)
Product Selection Page 19
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
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Contactors
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Cat. No. 170-PW23
Accessories, Continued
Assembly Components
Wye-Delta Starter Kits
Wye-Delta power wiring kits were designed to aid in the field assembly of open-transition wye-delta starters that use Bulletin 100-
C contactors. These kits include line, load, and start-point (shorting) connections. Assembling
a wye-delta starter requires the use of the following additional components:
Contactors
Overload Relay
Cat. No. 100-MCA02 Mechanical/electrical Interlock
Cat. No. 100-ETY30 Electronic Y- Timer
Cat. No. 100-S9 Base Coupler for 1M to 2M contactor (optional)
0 Line-side wires for 1M and 2M contactors may have to come from the power distribution block if the line current exceeds the ampacity of #2 wire
per NEC 310.
Description For Use With
Pkg.
Qty. Cat. No.
Dovetail Connectors
For use in contactor and starter assemblies.
10 each
100-C all
Single Connector 0 mm Spacing
Dual Connector 9 mm Spacing
10
10
100-S0
100-S9
Protective Covers
Provides protection against unintended manual operation
For contactors and front mounted auxiliary contacts, pneumatic
timers and latches
100-C all 1 100-SCCA
100-FA, FB, FC, FP, FL 10 100-SCFA
Reversing Power Wiring Kits
For Reversing Connection with a solid-state or thermal
overload relay
100-C09...C23
100-C30...C37
100-C43
100-C60...C85
1
105-PW23
105-PW37
105-PW43
105-PW85
3-Phase Rating
Pkg.
Qty. Cat. No.
kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz) Use with Cat. No. 100-
230V 380/415V 500V 690V 200V 230V 460V 575V
Delta Wye
1M 2M 1S
5.5 8 8 8 5 5 10 10 C09 C09 C09 1 170-PW23
7.5 11 11 11 5 7.5 15 15 C12 C12 C09 1 170-PW23
10 14 15 14 7.5 10 20 20 C16 C16 C12 1 170-PW23
14 21 21 19 7.5 10 25 25 C23 C23 C12 1 170-PW23
18 28 28 28 10 15 30 30 C30 C30 C16 1 170-PW37
19 35 35 32 15 20 40 40 C37 C37 C23 1 170-PW37
23 40 40 41 20 25 50 50 C43 C43 C30 1 170-PW43
33 58 60 56 30 40 75 75 C60 C60 C37 1 170-PW85
39 69 67 70 40 50 100 100 C72 C72 C43 1 170-PW85
47 82 82 81 50 60 125 125 C85 C85 C60 1 170-PW85 0
Cat. No. 100-S0
Cat. No. 100-SCCA
Cat. No. 100-SCFA
Cat. No. 105-PW23
Product Selection Page 19
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Accessories, Continued
Marking Systems
Uniform labeling materials for contactors, motor starting equipment, timing relays and circuit breakers
Description Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Label Sheet
10 sheets with 105 self-adhesive paper labels each, 6 x 17 mm
10 100-FMS
Marking Tag Sheet
10 sheets with 160 perforated paper labels each, 6 x 17 mm
To be used with a transparent cover
10 100-FMP
Transparent Cover
100 each
To be used with marking tag sheets
100 100-FMC
Marking Tag Adapters
100 each
To be used with marking tag: System V4 / V5
System Bul. 1492W
100
100
100-FMA1
100-FMA2
Product Selection Page 19
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
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Accessories
Renewal Parts
0 Voltage operating range: 0.651.3 x Us.
O Voltage operating range: 0.71.25 x Us.
AC Standard
Control Voltages
AC
Coil
Code
100-
C09...
100-C16
100-
C23...
100-C37 100-C43
100-
C60...
100-C85
DC
Standard
Control
Voltages
DC
Coil
Code
100-
C09...
100-C16
100-
C23...
100-C37 100-C43
100-
C60...
100-C85
50 Hz 60 Hz 50/60 Hz Cat. No. Cat. No. Cat. No. Cat. No. V DC Cat. No. Cat. No. Cat. No. Cat. No.
12 V Q TA006 TC006 TD006 TE006 9V0 ZR TA766 TC766 TD766
12 V R TA404 TC404 TD404 TE404 9V Diode0 DR TE766M
24 V J TA013 TC013 TD013 TE013 12V ZQ TA708 TC708 TD708
24 V K TA407 TC407 TD407 TE407 12V Diode DQ TE708M
24 V KJ TA855 TC855 TD855 TE855 24VO ZJ TA714 TC714 TD714
32 V 36 V V TA481 TC481 TD481 TE481 24V DiodeO DJ TA714M TC714M TD714M TE714M
36 V W TA410 TC410 TD410 TE410 36V ZW TA719 TC719 TD719
42 V 48 V X TA482 TC482 TD482 TE482 36V Diode DW TE719M
48 V Y TA414 TC414 TD414 TE414 48V ZY TA724 TC724 TD724
48 V KY TA860 TC860 TD860 TE860 48V Diode DY TE724M
100 V 100...110V 100V KP TA861 TC861 TD861 TE861 60V ZZ TA774 TC774 TD774
110 V 120 V D TA473 TC473 TD473 TE473 60V Diode DZ TE774M
110 V KD TA856 TC856 TD856 TE856 64V ZB TA727 TC727 TD727
120 V P TA425 TC425 TD425 TE425 64V Diode DB TE727M
127 V S TA428 TC428 TD428 TE428 72V ZG TA728 TC728 TD728
200 V 200...220V 200V KG TA862 TC862 TD862 TE862 72V Diode DG TE728M
208 V H TA049 TC049 TD049 TE049 80V ZE TA729 TC729 TD729
200... 220V 208...240V L TA296 TC296 TD296 TE296 80V Diode DE TE729M
220 V 240 V A TA474 TC474 TD474 TE474 110V ZD TA733 TC733 TD733
220...230V F TA441 TC441 TD441 TE441 110V Diode DD TE733M
230 V KF TA851 TC851 TD851 TE851 115V ZP TA734 TC734 TD734
230...240V VA TA440 TC440 TD440 TE440 115V Diode DP TE734M
240V 277 V T TA480 TC480 TD480 TE480 125V ZS TA737 TC737 TD737
240 V KA TA858 TC858 TD858 TE858 125V Diode DS TE737M
347 V I TA065 TC065 TD065 TE065 220V ZA TA747 TC747 TD747
380 V E TA067 TC067 TD067 TE067 220V Diode DA TE747M
380...400V 440 V N TA071 TC071 TD071 TE071 230V ZF TA749 TC749 TD749
400 V KN TA863 TC863 TD863 TE863 230V Diode DF TE749F
400...415V G TA457 TC457 TD457 TE457 250V ZT TA751 TC751 TD751
440 V 480 V B TA475 TC475 TD475 TE475 250V Diode DT TE751F
440 V KB TA859 TC859 TD859 TE859
500 V M TA479 TC479 TD479 TE479
550 V 600 V C TA476 TC476 TD476 TE476
Product Selection Page 19
Specifications Page 31
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
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Specifications
General Ratings
Switching Motor Loads
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C85
Rated Insulation Voltage U
i
IEC, AS, BS, SEV, VDE 0660 690V
UL; CSA 600V
Rated Impulse Voltage U
imp
8 kV
Rated Voltage U
e
Main Contacts
AC 50/60Hz 115, 200, 208, 230, 240, 380, 400, 415, 460, 500, 575, 690V
DC 24, 48, 110, 115, 220, 230, 300, 440V
Operating Frequency for AC Loads 5060 Hz
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Standard Ratings
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4 - 50Hz 230V [A] 11.5 14.5 20 26.5 34 37 42 62 72 85
DOL & Reversing 240V [A] 11 14 19 25.5 32.5 36 41 60 70 82
IEC 380V [A] 9 12 16 23 30 37 43 62 72 85
400V [A] 9 12 16 23 30 37 43 62 72 85
415V [A] 9 12 15 22 29 36 41 58 69 82
500V [A] 7 10 13 18 24 30 34 50 56 68
690V [A] 5 7 9.3 12 17 20 25 34 42 49
230V [kW] 3 4 5.5 7.5 10 11 13 18.5 22 25
240V [kW] 3 4 5.5 7.5 10 11 13 18.5 22 25
380V [kW] 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45
400V [kW] 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45
415V [kW] 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45
500V [kW] 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45
690V [kW] 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45
AC-2, AC-3, AC-4 - 60Hz 1-Ph 115V [A] 7.2 9.8 16 24 24 34 34 56 56 80
DOL & Reversing 230V [A] 8 12 17 17 28 28 40 50 68 68
UL/CSA/IEC 115V [HP] 1/3 0.5 1 2 2 3 3 5 5 7-1/2
230V [HP] 1 2 3 3 5 5 7-1/2 10 15 15
3-Ph 200V [A] 7.8 11 17.5 17.5 25.3 32.2 32.2 48.3 62.1 78.2
230V [A] 6.8 9.6 15.2 22 28 28 42 54 68 80
460V [A] 7.6 11 14 24 27 34 40 52 65 77
575V [A] 9 11 17 20 22 27 32 52 62 72
200V [HP] 2 3 5 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25
230V [HP] 2 3 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25 30
460V [HP] 5 7-1/2 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60
575V [HP] 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60
Max. Operating Rate
AC2 (ops/hr) 500 500 500 400 400 400 400 300 250 200
AC3 (ops/hr) 700 700 700 600 600 600 600 500 500 500
AC4 (ops/hr) 200 150 120 80 80 70 70 70 60 50
Product Selection Page 19
Accessories Page 25
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
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Contactors
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical Data
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
AC4 200,000 Operating Cycles 230V [A] 5.5 7 10 12 15 17 19 28 34 41
50 Hz 240V [A] 5.5 7 10 12 15 17 19 28 34 41
380V [A] 4.3 6.6 9 10.2 12.2 14.1 16.1 25.5 31 38
400V [A] 4.3 6.6 9 10.2 12.2 14.1 16.6 25.5 31.1 38
415V [A] 4.3 6.6 9 10.2 12.2 14.1 16.6 25.5 31.1 38
230V [kW] 1.6 2 2.8 3.7 4.6 5.2 6.1 8.6 11 13.6
240V [kW] 1.5 1.9 2.7 3.5 4.4 5 5.8 8.2 10.5 13
380V [kW] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.5 12.5 16 20
400V [kW] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.5 12.5 16 20
415V [kW] 1.9 2.9 3.9 4.8 5.8 6.7 8.2 12 15.4 19.3
60 Hz, 1-Phase 115V [A] 4.4 5.8 7.2 9.8 9.8 13.8 16 24 24 34
230V [A] 4.9 6.9 8 10 12 12 17 28 28 40
115 V [HP] 1/6 1/4 1/3 1/2 1/2 3/4 1 2 2 3
230 V [HP] 1/2 3/4 1 1-1/2 2 2 3 5 5 7-1/2
60 Hz, 3-Phase 200V [A] 3.7 4.8 7.5 7.8 11 11 11 25.2 25.3 32.2
230 V [A] 4.2 6.0 6.8 9.6 9.6 9.6 15.2 22 28 28
460 V [A] 4.3 6.6 6.8 9.6 9.6 9.6 15.2 22 28 28
575 V [A] 2.7 3.9 6.1 6.1 9.0 11 11 17 22 27
200 V [HP] 3/4 1 2 2 3 3 3 7-1/2 7-1/2 10
230 V [HP] 1 1-1/2 2 3 3 3 5 7-1/2 10 10
460 V [HP] 2 3 5 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25
575 V [HP] 2 3 5 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25
Max. Operating Rate [ops/hour] 400 300 240 160 160 140 140 140 120 110
Star-Delta 230V [kW] 5.5 7.5 10 14 18 19 23 33 39 47
50 Hz 240V [kW] 5.5 7.5 10 14 18 20 23 34 39 47
380V [kW] 8 11 14 21 28 35 40 58 69 82
400V [kW] 8 11 14 21 28 35 40 58 69 82
415V [kW] 8 11 14 21 28 35 40 58 69 82
500V [kW] 8 11 15 21 28 35 40 60 67 82
690V [kW] 8 11 14 19 28 32 41 56 70 81
Wye-Delta 200V [HP] 5 5 7-1/2 7-1/2 10 15 20 30 40 50
60 Hz 230V [HP] 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25 40 50 60
460V [HP] 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 125
575V [HP] 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 125
CSA Elevator Duty Max FLC [A] 8.0 11.0 16.0 21.0 27.0 31.0 37.0 43.0 54.0 62.0
(Approval pending) 200V [A] 7.8 11.0 11.0 17.5 25.3 25.3 32.2 32.2 48.3 62.1
230V [A] 6.8 9.6 15.2 15.2 22.0 28.0 28.0 42.0 54.0 68.0
460V [A] 7.6 11.0 14.0 21.0 27.0 27.0 34.0 40.0 52.0 65.0
575V [A] 6.1 9.0 11.0 17.0 22.0 27.0 32.0 41.0 52.0 62.0
200V [HP] 2 3 3 5 7-1/2 7-1/2 10 10 15 20
230V [HP] 2 2 5 5 7-1/2 10 10 15 20 25
460V [HP] 5 7-1/2 10 15 20 20 25 30 40 50
575V [HP] 5 7-1/2 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical Data
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
AC-1 Load, 3 Switching
Ambient Temperature 40C
Ith [A] 32 32 32 32 50 50 85 100 100 100
230V [kW] 13 13 13 13 20 20 34 40 40 40
240V [kW] 13 13 13 13 21 21 35 42 42 42
380V [kW] 22 22 22 22 35 35 59 69 69 69
400V [kW] 22 22 22 22 35 35 59 69 69 69
415V [kW] 23 23 23 23 36 36 61 72 72 72
500V [kW] 28 28 28 28 43 43 74 87 87 87
690V [kW] 38 38 38 38 60 60 102 120 120 120
Ambient Temperature 60C Ith [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
230V [kW] 13 13 13 13 18 18 25 40 40 40
240V [kW] 13 13 13 13 19 19 26 42 42 42
380V [kW] 22 22 22 22 31 31 44 69 69 69
400V [kW] 22 22 22 22 31 31 44 69 69 69
415V [kW] 23 23 23 23 32 32 45 72 72 72
500V [kW] 28 28 28 28 39 39 55 87 87 87
690V [kW] 38 38 38 38 54 54 75 120 120 120
Max Operating Rate (ops/hour) 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 800 800 600
General Purpose Rating (Per UL/CSA)
Continuous Current Open [A] 25 25 30 30 45 50 63 90 90 100
Enclosed [A] 25 25 30 30 45 50 63 90 90 100
Max Operating Rate (ops/hour) 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 800 800 600
Lighting Loads
Electric Discharge Lamps -
AC-5a,
Single Compensated
Open [A] 29 29 29 29 45 45 77 90 90 90
Enclosed [A] 29 29 29 29 41 41 57 90 90 90
Max. capacitance at
prospective short circuit
current available at the
contactor.
10kA [F] 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,700 2,700 3,200 4,000 4,000 4,700
20kA [F] 500 500 500 500 1,350 1,350 1,600 2,000 2,000 2,350
50kA [F] 200 200 200 200 540 540 640 800 800 940
Incandescent Lamps
AC-5b
[A] 22 22 22 22 40 40 46 82 82 82
Transformer Switching - AC-6a
50 Hz
Inrush/rated transformer current n=30 [A] 15.4 15.4 15.4 15.4 28.3 28.3 32.5 57.7 57.7 57.7
230V [kVA] 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 11.3 11.3 13.0 23.0 23.0 23.0
240V [kVA] 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4 11.8 11.8 13.5 24.0 24.0 24.0
380V [kVA] 10.1 10.1 10.1 10.1 18.6 18.6 21.4 38.0 38.0 38.0
400V [kVA] 10.6 10.6 10.6 10.6 19.6 19.6 22.5 40.0 40.0 40.0
415V [kVA] 11.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 20.3 20.3 23.4 41.5 41.5 41.5
500V [kVA] 13.3 13.3 13.3 13.3 24.5 24.5 28.2 50.0 50.0 50.0
690V [kVA] 18.4 18.4 18.4 18.4 33.8 33.8 38.9 69.0 69.0 69.0
Inrush/rated transformer current n=20 [A] 23.1 23.1 23.1 23.1 42.4 42.4 48.8 86.6 86.6 86.6
230V [kVA] 9.2 9.2 9.2 9.2 16.9 16.9 19.4 34.5 34.5 34.5
240V [kVA] 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 17.6 17.6 20.3 36.0 36.0 36.0
380V [kVA] 15.2 15.2 15.2 15.2 27.9 27.9 32.1 57.0 57.0 57.0
400V [kVA] 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 29.4 29.4 33.8 60.0 60.0 60.0
415V [kVA] 16.6 16.6 16.6 16.6 30.5 30.5 35.1 62.3 62.3 62.3
500V [kVA] 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 36.7 36.7 42.3 75.0 75.0 75.0
690V [kVA] 27.5 27.5 27.5 27.5 50.7 50.7 58.3 103.5 103.5 103.5
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical Data
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Transformer Switching - AC-6a
50 Hz
Inrush/rated transformer current n=15 [A] 30.7 30.7 30.7 30.7 45.0 45.0 63.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
230V [kVA] 12.2 12.2 12.2 12.2 17.9 17.9 25.1 39.8 39.8 39.8
240V [kVA] 12.8 12.8 12.8 12.8 18.7 18.7 26.2 41.6 41.6 41.6
380V [kVA] 20.2 20.2 20.2 20.2 29.6 29.6 41.5 65.8 65.8 65.8
400V [kVA] 21.3 21.3 21.3 21.3 31.2 31.2 43.6 69.3 69.3 69.3
415V [kVA] 22.1 22.1 22.1 22.1 32.3 32.3 45.3 71.9 71.9 71.9
500V [kVA] 26.6 26.6 26.6 26.6 39.0 39.0 54.6 86.6 86.6 86.6
690V [kVA] 36.7 36.7 36.7 36.7 53.8 53.8 75.3 119.5 119.5 119.5
60 Hz
Inrush/rated transformer current n=30 [A] 15.4 15.4 15.4 15.4 28.3 28.3 32.5 57.7 57.7 57.7
200V [kVA] 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 9.8 9.8 11.3 20.0 20.0 20.0
208V [kVA] 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 10.2 10.2 11.7 20.8 20.8 20.8
240V [kVA] 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.4 11.8 11.8 13.5 24.0 24.0 24.0
480V [kVA] 12.8 12.8 12.8 12.8 23.5 23.5 27.0 48.0 48.0 48.0
600V [kVA] 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 29.4 29.4 33.8 60.0 60.0 60.0
660V [kVA] 17.6 17.6 17.6 17.6 32.3 32.3 37.2 66.0 66.0 66.0
Inrush/rated transformer current n=20 [A] 23.1 23.1 23.1 23.1 42.4 42.4 48.8 86.6 86.6 86.6
200V [kVA] 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 14.7 14.7 16.9 30.0 30.0 30.0
208V [kVA] 8.3 8.3 8.3 8.3 15.3 15.3 17.6 31.2 31.2 31.2
240V [kVA] 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 17.6 17.6 20.3 36.0 36.0 36.0
480V [kVA] 19.2 19.2 19.2 19.2 35.3 35.3 40.6 72.0 72.0 72.0
600V [kVA] 24.0 24.0 24.0 24.0 44.1 44.1 50.7 90.0 90.0 90.0
660V [kVA] 26.4 26.4 26.4 26.4 48.5 48.5 55.8 99.0 99.0 99.0
Inrush/rated transformer current n=15 [A] 30.7 30.7 30.7 30.7 45.0 45.0 63.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
200V [kVA] 10.6 10.6 10.6 10.6 15.6 15.6 21.8 34.6 34.6 34.6
208V [kVA] 11.1 11.1 11.1 11.1 16.2 16.2 22.7 36.0 36.0 36.0
240V [kVA] 12.8 12.8 12.8 12.8 18.7 18.7 26.2 41.6 41.6 41.6
480V [kVA] 25.6 25.6 25.6 25.6 37.4 37.4 52.4 83.1 83.1 83.1
600V [kVA] 31.9 31.9 31.9 31.9 46.8 46.8 65.5 103.9 103.9 103.9
660V [kVA] 35.1 35.1 35.1 35.1 51.4 51.4 72.0 114.3 114.3 114.3
Capacitor Switching AC-6b
50 Hz
Single Capacitor 40C 230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 19.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
240V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 41.6 41.6
380V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
400V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
415V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
500V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
690V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
Single Capacitor 60C 230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
240V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 18.7 25 40 41.6 41.6
380V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
400V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
415V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
500V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
690V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical Data
0 Cat. No. 100-C09...100-C23 L min. 30 H Cat. No. 100-C30...100C85 L min. 6H
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Capacitor Switching AC-6b
50 Hz
Capacitor Bank 40C 0 230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 19.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
240V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 41.6 41.6
380V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
400V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
415V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
500V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
690V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
Capacitor Bank 60C 0 230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
240V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 18.7 25 40 41.6 41.6
380V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
400V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
415V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
500V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
690V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
60 Hz
Single Capacitor 40C 200V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.3 21.8 31.2 31.2 34.6
230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
460V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
600V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
Capacitor Bank 40C 0 200V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.3 21.8 31.2 31.2 34.6
230V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 17.9 25 39.8 39.8 39.8
460V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
600V [kVar] 5 5 8 10 12.5 20 25 40 50 60
DC Switching DC1 @ 60 C
50 Hz
1 Pole 24V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
48V [A] 20 20 20 20 25 25 30 40 40 40
60V [A] 20 20 20 20 25 25 30 40 40 40
110V [A] 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 11 11 11
220V [A] 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.8 1.8 1.8
440V [A] 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
2 Poles in series 24V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
48V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
60V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
110V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
220V [A] 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 15 15 15
440V [A] 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.5 1.5 1.5
3 Poles in series 24V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
48V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
60V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
110V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
220V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 80 80
440V [A] 3 3 3 3 3.5 3.5 4 5 5 5
DC Switching DC2, 3, 5 @ 60 C
3 Poles in series 24V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 63 100 100 100
48V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 70 80
60V [A] 32 32 32 32 45 45 50 70 70 80
110V [A] 20 20 25 25 30 30 35 70 70 80
220V [A] 6 6 6 10 15 15 20 25 25 30
440V [A] 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical Data
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Short-Circuit Coorination - Contactors or
Contactors with Solid-State and Bimetallic
Overload Relays
DIN Fuses - gG, gL
Available Fault Current [A] 100,000
Type 1 [A] 50 50 50 63 100 125 160 200 250 250
Type 2 (380/400/415V) [A] 20 25 25 35 50 80 100 125 125 160
Type 2 (690V) [A] 20 25 25 35 50 80 100 125 125 160
BS88 Fuses
Available Fault Current [A] 80,000
Type 1 [A] 25 32 35 50 63 80 100 100 125 160
Type 2 (690V) [A] 25 32 35 50 63 80 100 100 125 160
UL Class CC Fuses
CSA HRCI-MISC Fuses
Available Fault Current [A] 100,000
UL Listed Combination (600V) [A] 15 20 30 30
Type 2 (600V) [A] 15 20 30 30
UL Class J Fuses
UL Class K1, RK1 Fuses
CSA HRCI- J Fuses
Available Fault Current [A] 100,000
UL Listed Combination (600V) [A] 15 20 20 30 40 50 50 80 100 100
Type 2 (600V) [A] 15 20 20 30 40 50 50 80 100 100
Short Time Current Withstand Ratings
l
cw
, 60 C 1 s [A] 210 210 290 380 480 525 650 1,110 1,150 1,250
4 s [A] 140 150 220 280 360 390 480 820 860 910
10 s [A] 100 120 175 220 290 310 375 640 680 710
15 s [A] 90 100 150 200 250 270 325 560 600 620
60 s [A] 60 60 90 125 170 175 200 350 370 380
240 s [A] 40 40 50 60 100 100 120 190 190 200
900 s [A] 30 30 38 38 524 60 75 108 108 120
Off Time Between Operations Minutes 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
Resistance and Watt Loss le AC3
Resistance per power pole [m] 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 0.9 0.9 0.9
Watt Loss - 3 power poles [W] 0.7 1.2 2.1 3.2 5.4 8.2 8.3 9.7 14.0 19.5
Coil and 3 power poles AC [W] 3.3 3.8 4.7 6.2 8.4 11.2 11.5 14.2 18.5 24.0
DC [W] 6.7 7.2 8.1 12.4 14.6 17.4 18.4 14.6 18.9 12.4
Coil Only AC [W] 2.6 2.6 2.6 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.2 4.5 4.5 4.5
DC [W] 6.0 6.0 6.0 9.2 9.2 9.2 10.0 4.9 4.9 4.9
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Specifications, Continued
Mechanical Data
Environmental Data
Cat. No. 100- C09 C12 C16 C23 C30 C37 C43 C60 C72 C85
Mechanical Life
AC [Mil.] 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 10 10 10
DC [Mil.] 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 10 10 10
Shipping Weights
AC - 100-C [kg] 0.39 0.39 0.39 0.39 0.48 0.49 0.51 1.45 1.45 1.45
[Lbs] 0.86 0.86 0.86 0.86 1.06 1.08 1.12 3.20 3.20 3.20
AC - 104-C [kg] 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 1.08 1.08 1.15 3.14 3.14 3.14
[Lbs] 1.89 1.89 1.89 1.89 2.39 2.39 2.54 6.92 6.92 6.92
DC - 100-C [kg] 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.73 0.85 0.85 1.00 1.47 1.47 1.47
[Lbs] 1.32 1.32 1.32 1.61 1.87 1.87 2.20 3.24 3.24 3.24
DC - 104-C [kg] 1.27 1.27 1.27 1.53 1.81 1.81 2.13 3.22 3.22 3.22
[Lbs] 2.81 2.81 2.81 3.39 4.00 4.00 4.70 7.10 7.10 7.10
Terminations - Power
Description
Combination: Cross, Slotted, Pozidrive Allen Head: 4 mm, 5/32 in.
Fine-Stranded w/ Ferrule 1 Wire [mm2] 1...4 1...4 1...4 1...4 2.5...10 2.5...10 2.5...16 2.5...35 2.5...35 2.5...35
2 Wires [mm2] 1...4 1...4 1...4 1...4 2.5...10 2.5...10 2.5...10 2.5...25 2.5...25 2.5...25
Coarse-Stranded/Solid 1 Wire [mm2] 1.5...6 1.5...6 1.5...6 1.5...6 2.5...16 2.5...16 2.5...25 2.5...50 2.5...50 2.5...50
2 Wires [mm2] 1.5...6 1.5...6 1.5...6 1.5...6 2.5...16 2.5...16 2.5...16 2.5...35 2.5...35 2.5...35
Stranded/Solid (UL/CSA) 1 Wire [AWG] 16...10 16...10 16...10 16...10 14...6 14..6 14...6 14...2 14...2 14...2
2 Wires [AWG] 16...10 16...10 16...10 16...10 14...6 14..6 14...6 14...2 14...2 14...2
Torque Requirement [Nm] 1...2.5 1...2.5 1...2.5 1...2.5 1.5...3.5 1.5....5 1.5...3.5 2...6 2...6 2...6
[Lb-in] 8.9...22 8.9...22 8.9...22 8.9...22 13...31 13...31 13...31 18...52 18...52 18...52
Terminations - Control
Description
Combination: Cross, Slotted, Pozidrive
Coils 1 or 2 [mm2] 1.5...6
Wires [AWG] 16...10
Control Modules 1 or 2 [mm2] 1.5...6
Wires [AWG] 16...10
Torque Requirement [Nm] 1...2.5
[Lb-in] 8.9...22
Type of Protection IP 2LX per IEC 529 and DIN 40 050 (with wires installed)
Finger Protection Safe from touch by fingers and back-of-hand per VDE 0106; Part 100
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Ambient Temperature
-55...+80C (-67...176F)
-25...+60C (-13...140F)
-25...+70C (-13...158F)
Storage
Operation
Conditioned 15% current reduction
after AC-1 at >60C
Altitude 2000 meters above sea level per IEC 947-4
Resistance to Corrosion /
Humidity
Damp-alternating climate: cyclic to IEC 68-2, 56 cycles.
Dry heat: IEC 68-2, +100C (212F), relative humidity <50%, 7 days.
Damp tropical: IEC 68-2, +40C (104F), relative humidity <92%, 56 days.
Shock Resistance IEC 68-2: Half sinusodial shock 11 ms, 30 g (in all three directions)
Vibration Resistance IEC 68-2: Static >2 g, in normal position no malfunction <5 g
Pollution Degree 3
Operating Position Refer to Dimension Pages
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Specifications, Continued
Coil Data
Auxiliary Contacts
0 DC-13 ratings of 100-F auxiliary contacts are the same as the ratings of the auxiliary contact in Cat. No. 100-C09...100-C23.
Cat. No. 100-C09 100-C12 100-C16 100-C23 100-C30 100-C37 100-C43 100-C60 100-C72 100-C85
Voltage Range
AC: 50 Hz, 60 Hz, Pickup
[x U
s
]
0.851.1
50/60 Hz Dropout
[x U
s
]
0.30.6
DC Pickup
[x U
s
]
0.81.1
Dropout
[x U
s
]
0.10.6
Coil Consumption
AC: 50 Hz, 60 Hz,
50/60 Hz
Pickup [VA/W] 70/50 70/50 70/50 70/50 70/50 80/60 130/90 200/110 200/110 200/110
Hold-in [VA/W] 8/2.6 8/2.7 8/2.8 9/3 9/3 9/3 10/3.2 16/4.5 16/4.5 16/4.5
DC Pickup [W] 6.0 6.0 6.0 9.2 9.2 9.2 10.1 200 200 200
Hold-in [W] 6.0 6.0 6.0 9.2 9.2 9.2 10.1 4.5 4.5 4.5
Operating Times
AC: 50 Hz, 60 Hz,
50/60 Hz
Pickup [ms] 1530 1530 1530 1530 1530 1530 1530 18.530 18.530 18.530
Dropout [ms] 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060
w/ RC Suppressor Dropout [ms] 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060 1060
DC Pickup [ms] 4070 4070 4070 4070 5080 5080 5080 2040 2040 2040
Dropout [ms] 715 715 715 715 715 715 715
w/ Integ. Suppres. Dropout [ms] 1420 1420 1420 1723 1723 1723 1723 2035 2035 2035
w/ Diode Suppres. Dropout [ms] 7095 7095 7095 80125 80...125 80...125 80...125 80...125 80...125 80...125
Auxiliary Contacts in Contactor
Cat. No. 100-C09...100-C23
Auxiliary Contacts in Accessories
Cat. No. 100-S, 100-F0, 100-MC
Current Switching
AC-1 I
th
at 40C [A] 25 10
at 60C [A] 20 6
AC-15 at Rated Operating Voltage [V] 24 48 120 240 400 500 600 690 24 48 120 240 400 500 600 690
[A] 16 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1 6 6 6 3 2 1.5 1.2 0.7
DC-13 at Rated Operating Voltage [V] 24 48 125 220 440 24 48 125 220 440
[A] 5 2 0.7 0.25 0.12 3 1.5 0.6 0.3 0.2
Short-Circuit Protection
gG Fuse
Type 2 Coordination [A] 10 10
Rated Impulse Voltage U
imp
[kV] 8 6
Insulation Voltage (between control and load cir-
cuit) per DIN, VDE 0106, Part 101
(NAMUR recommendation) [V]
400
Between auxiliary circuits: 250V,
Between load and direct-connected aux.
circuits: 690 V
Contact reliability per DIN19240 without con-
tamination, normal industrial atmosphere
17V, 5 mA, >10
8
operations per error 17V, 5 mA, >10
8
operations per error
Positively Guided Contacts Yes, N.O. and N.C. mutually unrestricted
Yes, N.O. and N.C. mutually unrestricted,
including N.C. in relation to N.O. Main
contacts of contactor do not provide
positive guidance with Cat. Nos. 100-FL &
100-FPT
Terminals
Terminal Type 2 x A4 2 x A4
Wire Size per IEC 947-1
Flexible with Wire-
End Ferrule
1 Conductor
2 Conductor
[mm
2
]
[mm
2
]
14 0.52.5
1 4 0.752.5
Solid/Stranded
Conductor
1 Conductor
2 Conductor
[mm
2
]
[mm
2
]
1.56 0.52.5
1.56 0.752.5
Recommended Tightening Torque (min...max) [Nm] 1...2.5 11.5
Wire Size per UL/CSA [AWG] 1610 1814
Recommended Tightening Torque (min...max) [lb-in] 8.922 8.913.3
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Specifications, Continued
Electrical life in Utilization Category
Contact Life for Mixed Utilization Categories AC-3 and AC-4:
In many applications, the utilization category cannot be defined as either purely AC-3 or AC-4. In those applications, the elect rical
life of the contactor can be estimated fromthe following equation:
L
mixed
= L
ac3
/ [1+P
ac4
*(L
ac3
/L
ac4
-1)], where:
L
mixed
Appoximate contact life in operations for a mixed AC-3/AC-4 utilization category application.
L
ac3
Approximate contact life in operations for a pure AC-3 utlilization category (from the AC-3 life-load curves).
L
ac4
Approximate contact life in operations for a pure AC-4 utilization category (from the AC-4 life-load curves).
P
ac4
Percentage of AC-4 operations.
I
e
Rated operational current I Making Current
U
e
Rated voltage I
c
Braking Current
U
r
Recovery voltage U Off-load voltage
0 Plugging is understood as stopping or reversing the motor rapidly by reversing motor primary connections while the motor is running.
O Inching (jogging) is understood as energizing a motor once or repeatedly for short periods to obtain small movements of the driven mechanism.
Bulletin100-C/104-CIECcontactors aredesignedfor superior
performance in a wide variety of applications. When selecting
IEC products, the user must give consideration to the specific
load, utilization category and required electrical life of the
application. The life-load curves shown here are based on
Rockwell Automation tests according to the requirements
defined in IEC 947-4-1. Since contact life in application is
dependent on environmental conditions and duty cycle, actual
application contact life may vary from that indicated by the
curves shown here.
To find the contactors estimated electrical life, follow these
guidelines:
1. Identify the appropriate utilization category from Table A.
2. Choose the graph for the utilization category selected.
3. Locate the intersection of the life-load curve for the
appropriate contactor with the applications operational
current (l
e
) found on the horizontal axis.
4. Read the estimated contact life along the vertical axis.
Table A
Utilization Categories and Test Conditions
(Switching conditions for verifying electrical life, (number of operations under load) according to IEC 947-4: -5.)
Test Conditions Making Breaking
I/I
e
U/U
e
cos I
c
/I
e
U
r
/U
e
cos
AC-1
Resistance Furnaces:
Non inductive or slightly inductive loads, Resistive Fur-
naces
1 1 0.95 1 1 0.95
AC-2
Slip-ring motors:
Starting and stopping of running motors
2.5 1 0.65 2.5 1 0.65
AC-3
Squirrel - cage motors:
Starting and stopping of running motors
I
e
<17A
I
e
>17A
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
6
6
0.17
0.17
0.65
0.35
AC-4
Squirrel - cage motors:
Starting, plugging 0, inching O
I
e
<17A
I
e
>17A
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
6
6
1
1
0.65
0.35
AC-15
Solenoid of contactors:
Valves and lifting magnets
10 1 0.7 1 1 0.4
Product Selection Page 19
Accessories Page 25
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
40
Specifications, Continued
Life-Load Curve
10
1
0.1
AC-1
AC-2
AC-3
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
41
Specifications, Continued
Life-Load Curve
AC-3
AC-3
Product Selection Page 19
Accessories Page 25
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
42
Specifications, Continued
Life-Load Curve
AC-3 90%/AC-4 10%
AC-4
Product Selection Page 19
Accessories Page 25
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
43
Specifications, Continued
Life-Load Curve
AC-4
AC-4
Product Selection Page 19
Accessories Page 25
Approximate Dimensions Page 46
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
44
Specifications, Continued
Operating Rates
The estimated contact life shown in the life-load curves is
based on the standard operating rates shown in Table B.
For applications requiring a higher operating frequency, the
maximum operating power (Pn in kW or HP) for a given
contactor must be reduced to maintain the same contact life.
To find a contactors maximum operating power, for an
operating rate greater than shown in Table B, follow these
guidelines:
1. Identifytheappropriate curvefor the contactor andutilization
category from Table B.
2. Locate the required curve.
3. Locate the intersection of the curve with the applications
operating rate (ops/hr.) found on the vertical axis.
4. Read the percent of maximum operating power (Pn) of the
contactor from the horizontal axis.
5. Multiply the %maximumpower by the standard power rating.
Example: The contactor selected for an AC-4 utilization
category application is a Cat. No. 100-C16 (7.5kW at 400V);
however, the application requires an operating rate of 200 ops/
hr. compared to the standard operating rate of 120 ops per
hour shown in Table B.
1. Locate the AC-4 operating rate curve.
2. Locate the intersection of 200 ops/hr on the Cat. No. 100-
C16 curve. The data shows that the maximum operating
power of the Cat. No. 100-C16 contactor in this application
is 60%.
3. Therefore, the maximum power that can be applied to the
Cat. No. 100-C16 contactor in this application is 4.5 kW
(0.60*7.5kW).
Table B
Standard Operating Rates, by Contactor and Utilization Category
Contactor
AC-1
Max. Ops/Hr.
AC-2
Max. Ops/Hr.
AC-3
Max. Ops/Hr.
AC-4
Max. Ops/Hr.
AC-4 @ I
e
for
200K ops.
Max. Ops/Hr.
Operating Parameters
Start time:
40% Duty Cycle
250 ms 250 ms 250ms
100-C09 1000 500 700 200 400
100-C12 1000 500 700 150 300
100-C16 1000 500 700 120 240
100-C23 1000 400 600 80 160
100-C30 1000 400 600 80 160
100-C37 1000 400 600 70 140
100-C43 1000 400 600 70 140
100-C60 800 300 500 70 140
100-C72 800 250 500 60 120
100-C85 600 200 500 50 140
0
1,500
1,000
500
2,000
2,500
Non or slightly inductive loads, resistance furnaces; Ue =380...690 VAC
P/Pn [%]
C09/C12/C16/C23
C30/C37/C43
C60/C72
C85
M
a
x
.
O
p
e
r
a
t
i
n
g
R
a
t
e
[
O
p
s
/
h
r
]
AC-1
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
AC-1
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
45
Specifications, Continued
Maximum Operating Rates
0
100
1,000
Squirrel-cage motors: starting, plugging, inching; Ue = 380...460 VAC
250ms Start-up
C23/C30
C72
C85
C37/C43/C60
C09
C12
C16
P/Pn [%]
M
a
x
.
O
p
e
r
a
t
i
n
g
R
a
t
e
[
O
p
s
/
h
r
]
AC-4
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
100
1,000
10,000
Slip-ring motors: starting, switching off; Ue=380...460 VAC
C09/C12/C16
C23/C30/C37/C43
C60
C72
C85
P/Pn [%]
M
a
x
.
O
p
e
r
a
t
i
n
g
R
a
t
e
[
O
p
s
/
h
r
]
AC-2
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
100
1,000
10,000
Squirrel-cage motors: starting, switching off motors during running; Ue=380...460 VAC
250ms Start time, 40% Duty Cycle
C09/C12/C16
C60/C72/C85
C23/C30/C37/C43
P/Pn [%]
M
a
x
.
O
p
e
r
a
t
i
n
g
R
a
t
e
[
O
p
s
/
h
r
]
AC-3
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
AC-2
AC-3
AC-4
Bulletin 100-C/104-C
Contactors
46
Approximate Dimensions
Contactors and Accessories
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
AC Contactors
DC Contactors
Accessories
Cat. No.
a b c c1 c2 d d1 d2
100-C09100-C23
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
80.5
(3-11/64)
75.5
(3-3/32)
6
(1/4)
2 - 4.5
(2 - 3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
100-C30, 100-C37
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
97.5
(4)
92.6
(3-49/64)
6.5
(17/64)
2 - 4.5
(2 - 3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
100-C43
54
(2-1/8)
81
(3-3/16)
100.5
(4-7/64)
95.6
(3-7/8)
6.5
(17/64)
2 - 4.5
(2 - 3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
45
(1-25/32)
100-C60100-C85
72
(2-53/64)
122
(4-51/64)
117
(4-49/64)
111.5
(4-35/64)
8.5
(21/64)
4 - 5.4
(4 - 7/32)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
Type a b c c1 c2 d d1 d2
100-C09Z...100-
C16Z
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
106.5
(4-3/16)
101.5
(4)
6
(1/4)
2 - 4.5
(2 -3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
100-C23Z
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
123.5
(4-55/64)
119
(4-43/64)
6
(1/4)
2 - 4.5
(2 -3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
100-C30...100-
C37
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
141.5
(5-37/64)
136.5
(5-3/8)
6.5
(17/64)
2 - 4.5
(2 -3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
100-C43Z
54
(2-1/8)
81
(3-3/16)
144.5
(5-11/16)
140
(5-33/64)
6.5
(17/64)
2 - 4.5
(2 -3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
45
(1-25/32)
100-C60D...100-
C85D
72
(2-53/64)
122
(4-51/64)
117
(4-49/64)
111.5
(4-35/64)
8.5
(21/64)
4 - 5.4
(4 -7/32)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
Contactors with mm (inches)
Auxiliary contact block for front mounting 2- or 4-pole c/c1 + 39 (c/c1 + 1-37/64)
Auxiliary contact block for side mounting 1- or 2-pole a + 9 (a + 23/64)
Pneumatic Timing Module c/c1 + 58 (c/c1 + 2-23/64)
Electronic Timing Module on coil terminal side b + 24 (b + 15/16)
Mechanical Interlock on side of contactor a + 9 (a + 23/64)
Mechanical Latch c/c1 + 61 (c/c1 + 2-31/64)
Interface Module on coil terminal side b + 9 (b + 23/64)
Surge Suppressor on coil terminal side b + 3 (b + 1/8)
0 Labeling with label sheet
marking tag sheet with clear cover
marking tag adapter for System V4 / V5
marking tag adapter for System Bul. 1492W
+ 0
+ 0
+ 5.5
+ 5.5
(+ 0)
(+ 0)
(+ 7/32)
(+ 7/32)
c2
c
c1
0
Mounting
Position
DC Contactors
AC Contactors
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
47
0
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
Guarded Terminals
Dual Terminal Markings
Wide Range of
Accessories
Top- and Side-
Mounting Auxiliary
Contacts
Timers
Latches
Surge Suppressors
Mechanical/Electrical
Interlocks
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection
Bulletin 100 Contactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Bulletin 199 Wye-Delta Starter Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Description
Bulletin 100-B modular line of contactors, when combined with the Bulletin 193 SMP
or bimetallic overload relays, auxiliary contacts, timers, interlocks, suppressors, and
DIN mounting rail provides a highly flexible grouping of devices accepted worldwide
Conformity to Standards: Approvals Pending:
IEC 947-4 DEMKO Denmark
BS 5424 NEMKO Netherlands
VDE 0660 SEMKO Sweden
IEC 947-4 Type 2 Co-ordination
(UL and ASTA Certified)
SETI Finland
Approvals:
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of the contactor selected with
coil voltage code.
If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
If required, Cat. No. of replacement
coils or contact kits.
CSA Certified (File No. LR1234)
UL Listed (File No. E3125;
Guide No. NLDX)
CE Marked (Per EU Low Voltage
Directive 73/23/EEC 93/68/EEC)
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
48
Product Selection
AC-Operated Contactors
Coil Voltage Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code fromthe table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 100-B110N3
becomes Cat. No. 100-B110ND3. For other voltages, consult Allen-Bradley Sales Office. Note: Coils below 110V are not available for 100-B400
and 100-B600 Contactors.
0 Power Terminal Lugs Contactor Cat. No. 100-B110 through 100-B600 have terminal pads with a bolt and nut for connection of bus bars
or crimp-type connectors. If lugs are required, see accessories on page 52.
O Auxiliary Contacts All sizes have a normally open auxiliary contact rated specifically for auxiliary circuits. Contactor Cat. Nos. 100-B400
and 100-B600 are furnished with one additional normally closed auxiliary contact..
Max.
Ie
(A)
Ratings (AC3, AC4)
Non-Reversing
Contactors
Reversing
Contactors
kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
3 1 3
220V
380V
415V 500V 660V 115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V Cat. No. 0O Cat. No.
110 30 55 75 75 30 40 75 100 100-B110N 3 104-B110N 3
180 45 90 110 110 60 60 150 150 100-B180N 3 104-B180N 3
250 75 132 160 160 75 100 200 250 100-B250N 3 104-B250N 3
304 90 160 200 200 100 100 250 300 100-B300N 3 104-B300N 3
414 O 120 220 280 280 125 150 350 400 100-B400N 3 104-B400N 3
608 O 180 315 445 445 200 250 500 600 100-B600N 3 104-B600N 3
Voltage 24V 42V 48V 100V
100-
110V 110V 120V 200V 208V 220V 240V 277V 347V 380V 415V 440V 480V 500V 550V 600V
50 Hz K W Y KF D KE A T N I B M C
60 Hz J X KF D H L A F KK E G B C
50/60 Hz KD KH KF S KG
Cat. No. 100-B110...B600
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
49
Product Selection, Continued
DC-Operated Contactors
Pure DC Coil Contactors
DC Solid-State Economized Dual-Wound Coil Contactors
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. For other voltages, consult
Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
-
Max.
Ie
(A)
Ratings (AC3, AC4)
Non-Reversing
Contactors
Reversing
Contactors
kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
3 1 3
220V
380V
415V 500V 660V 115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V Cat. No. Cat. No.
110 30 55 75 75 30 40 75 100 100-B110NZ 3 104-B110NZ 3
Max.
Ie
(A)
Ratings (AC3, AC4)
Non-Reversing Contactors
kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz)
3 1 3
220V
380V
415V 500V 660V 115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V Cat. No.
110 30 55 75 75 30 40 75 100 100-B110NE 3
180 45 90 110 110 60 60 150 150 100-B180NE 3
Voltage Type 12V 24V 48V 64V 80V 115V 125V 230V 250V
Coil Code
Pure DC 12 24 48 64 80 01 03 23 25
Economized DC 24 48 01 23
Current
to Coil
Pure DC design power to coil
Economized design power to coil terminals
Current to trigger circuit of economized
design (10mA at 24V DC)
Time
Typical Wiring Diagrams
(See Applicable Codes and Laws)
Pure DC Coil
L1 L2
To trigger circuit
(Must be same voltage as L1 and L2)
L1 L2
Control
+
Economised
DC Coil
88-226
+
+
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
50
Product Selection, Continued
Welding Contactors
DESCRIPTION These devices are designed for use on applications where a contactor is used to isolate the primary of a welding
transformer from the supply power or where a contactor is used in series with the weld control SCR.
Normal applications require the contactor to carry the current without switching; therefore, the contactor has been assigned an
intermittent rating which represents the short-term current the contactor can successfully carry without exceeding its thermal
capabilities.
Note: The average current during the operating cycle should not exceed the continuous rating of the contactor.
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. To complete the Cat. No., select a Voltage Suffix Code from the chart below and insert into the Cat. No..
Example: Cat. No. 100W-B180N3 becomes Cat. No. 100W-B180ND3. For other voltages, consult Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
0 When using Bulletin 199 terminal lug kits: Contactor Cat. Nos. 100W-B180N2 and 100W-B180N3 use Lug Kit Cat. No. 199-LF1, Contactor
Cat. Nos. 100W-B300N2 and 100W-B300N3 use Lug Kit Cat. No. 199-LG1, and Cat. Nos. 100W-B600N2 and 100W-B600N3 use Lug
Kit Cat. No. 199-LJ1.
Continuous Rating Intermittent Rating Size Number of Poles Cat. No. 0
135A 2600A 4
2 100W-B180N2
3 100W-B180N3
270A 3000A 5
2 100W-B300N2
3 100W-B300N3
540A 3200A 6
2 100W-B600N2
3 100W-B600N3
Voltage 24V 48V 110V 120V 208V 220V 240V 277V 380V 415V 440V 480V 500V 600V
60 Hz J X D H L A F G B C
50 Hz K Y D A T N I B M
Cat. No. 100W-B180N2 Cat. No. 100W-B600N3
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
51
Product Selection, Continued
Wye-Delta Starter Kits
Product Selection
Use the table below to select the proper Wye-Delta starter assembly kit for your application.
0 For use with AC-operated contactors only.
Wye-Delta Starter Kits have been designed to aid in the field
assembly of open-transition Wye-Delta starters using Bulletin
100 Contactors. Thesekitsinclude power wiring, shortingstraps,
mechanical interlocks, incoming terminal blocks, and the
necessary mounting plate. Assembling a complete Wye-Delta
starter requires the use of the following additional components:
Contactors
Overload Relay
On-Delay Timer:
For 199-YD6 through 199-YD8, use Bulletin700-CFControl
Relay with Cat. No. 196-FPTA30
or
Use Cat. No. 700-FSD45G Electronic Timing Relay
3 Ratings
Cat. No.
kW (50 Hz) HP (60 Hz) Use with Cat. No. 100- 0
220V
380/
415V 500V 660V 200V 230V 460V 575V
Delta Wye
M1 M2 S1
45 90 110 110 60 60 150 150 B110 B110 A75 199-YD6
80 150 180 180 75 100 225 250 B180 B180 B110 199-YD7
110 220 280 280 125 150 350 400 B250 B250 B180 199-YD8
140 257 315 315 150 200 400 450 B300 B300 B180 199-YD8
Cat. No. 199-YD7
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
52
0
Accessories
0 See page 55 for maximum number of auxiliary circuits
O The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. For more information, see Bulletin 700-CF section
O Includes mounting plate and hardware for assembly of reversing contactors
O For maximum reliability, both contacts should be wired in parallel and used as a single circuit
Description
Used with
Cat. No. Type Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contact 0
Adder Deck
(Side Mounted)
All B110B300
1 N.O.
1 N.C.
1 N.O.1 N.C.
2 N.O.
2 N.C.
1 N.C. (Late Break)
195-GA10
195-GA01
195-GA11
195-GA20
195-GA02
195-GL01
All B400B600
1 N.O.
1 N.C.
1 N.O.1 N.C.
2 N.O.
2 N.C.
195-GA10
195-GB01
195-GB11
195-GA20
195-GB02
Low-Level Switching
Auxiliary Contact 0
(8mA, 24V min.)
All B110B300
2 N.O. O
2 N.C. O
195-NX19
195-NX18
Electronic
Timing Relay
100-B110B300
WYE-DELTA
ON/OFF Delay
700-FS O
Interlock Kit
100-B110B300
Dual Interlock with
Mechanical and
Electrical Interlocks in One
Unit
199-MCD1
100-B400
Mechanical Interlock Only
199-MXH1 O
100-B600 199-MXJ1 O
Surge
Suppressor
All B110B180
12120V AC Varistor 599-K04
12240V AC Varistor 599-KA04
All B250B600 12120V AC Varistor 199-GSMA1
Cat. No. 599-K04
Product Selection Page 48
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
53
Accessories, Continued
Description
Used with
Cat. No. Type Cat. No.
Stab Connector
Kits
100-B110...B600
Single Stab for Coil
Terminals (20 per pack)
199-SC2
Terminal
Lug Kit
100-B110
3 Lugs per kit
199-LE1
100-B180,
100W-B180_
199-LF1
100-B250, -B300,
100W-B300_
199-LG1
100-B400 199-LH1
100-B600,
100W-B600_
199-LJ1
Terminal
Cover Kit
100-B110
Provides IP20 Finger
Protection
(1 Pair Per Kit)
199-TCE1
100-B180 199-TCF1
100-B250, B300 199-TCG1
100-B400 193-TCH1
100-B600 193-TCJ1
Power
Wiring Kit
100-B110
Provides Interconnecting
Power Wires for 3
Squirrel-Cage Reversing
Motors
199-PWE1 0
100-B180 199-PWF1 0
100-B250, B300 199-PWG1 0
100-B400 199-PWH1
100-B600 199-PWJ1
Cat. No. 199-SC2
Product Selection Page 48
Specifications Page 54
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
54
0
Specifications
Bulletin 100 Line Contactors
Electrical Ratings
Contactor Cat. No. Suffix B110 B180 B250 B300 B400 B600
Rated thermal current I
th
@ +40 C (+104 F)A 160 225 400 400 600 800
Rated insulation voltage IEC (U
i
)/ULV
660/600
Ratings: AC1 @ +40 C (+104 F) i
e
[A] 160 225 400 400 600 800
Ratings: AC2, AC3, AC4
50 Hz @ +55 C
I
e
[A] 110 180 255 304 414 608
220V [kW] 30 45 75 90 120 180
380/415V [kW] 55 90 132 160 220 315
500V [kW] 75 110 160 200 280 445
660V [kW] 75 110 160 200 280 445
Star-Delta/Wye-Delta
Ratings:
AC3, 50 Hz, Non-Reversing
Contactors Carry Phase Cur-
rent
220V [kW] 45 80 110 140 220 277
380/415V [kW] 90 150 220 257 350 545
500V [kW] 110 180 280 315 450
660V [kW] 110 180 280 315 445
Ratings: AC2, AC3, AC4
60 Hz @ +55 C
I
e
[A] 110 180 250 304 414 608
200V [HP] 30 60 75 100 125 200
230V [HP] 40 60 100 100 150 250
460V [HP] 75 150 200 250 350 500
575V [HP] 100 150 250 300 400 600
Star-Delta/Wye-Delta
Ratings:
AC3, 60 Hz, Non-Reversing
Contactors Carry Phase Cur-
rent
200V [HP] 60 75 125 150 225 350
230V [HP] 60 100 150 200 250 400
460V [HP] 150 225 350 400 500
575V [HP] 150 250 400 450 600
Maximum fuse size Type 2 co-ordination [A] 200 315 400 500 630 1000
Average impedance per pole m 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.1
AC Coil Data
Coil consumption 10%
50 Hz Inrush [VA] 537 825 1562 1562 3300 4884
50 Hz Sealed [VA] 72 85 124 124 290 281
60 Hz Inrush [VA] 552 840 1596 1596 3312 4860
60 Hz Sealed [VA] 64 75 113 113 253 254
Power factor 10%
50 Hz Sealed [VA] 0.21 0.22 0.25 0.25 0.22 0.22
60 Hz Sealed [VA] 0.21 0.25 0.28 0.28 0.24 0.26
Heat dissipation [Watts] 12.5 19.0 35.4 35.4 61.2 65.7
Coil operating limits 85110% of rated voltage
DC Coil Data
DC Coil consumption 10%
Pure DC
Coil
Watts 24
Econo-
mized DC
Coil
Inrush Watts 383 518
Sealed
Watts
3.32 3.57
Coil operating limits 80110% of rated voltage
Auxiliary Contacts
Rated thermal current I
th
10A
Rated insulation voltage IEC (U
i
)/UL
660/600V
Terminal size
24mm
2
/#12 AWG
Ratings AC15
12120V
220240V
380480V
500660V
6A
3A
1.5A
1.2A
Ratings DC13
28
110
220
440
660
5.0A
1.25A
0.62A
0.27A
0.20A
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
55
Specifications, Continued
Bulletin 100 Line Magnetic Contactors Rating
0 Recommended torque when using the proper Bulletin 199 terminal lug kit. See page 52.
Mechanical
Contactor Cat. No. Suffix
B110 B180 B250 B300 B400 B600
Degree of protection
(Open Type) IEC 529
IP 00 lP 00 IP 00 IP 00 IP00 IP00
Mechanical life, operations in millions 10 10 5 5 5 5
Max. number of auxiliary
circuits (includes aux.
contact supplied as
standard with contactor)
AC Coil 5 5 5 5 6 6
DC Coil 5
Operating times at nor-
mal voltage at +20 C in
milliseconds
Pick-upAC
DC
1635 2024 1842 1842 1636 2579

Drop-outAC
DC
514 920 717 717 618 1022

DC with suppression
Maximum operating
rates all contactors
(operations/hr)
AC3 400 300 150 150 150 150
AC4 Refer to Allen-Bradley
Construction
Contact material:
Main contacts
Silver Alloy
Auxiliary contacts Silver
Terminal markings CENELEC EN50 012 and NEMA
Terminal sizes
M8.0
(5/1618)
M10.0
(3/816)
M12.0
(1/213)
M12.0
(1/213)
M12.0
(1/213)
M12.0
(1/213)
Cable size maximum (1 or 2 wires)
1-50mm
2
(1-#1/0
AWG)
1-120mm
2
(1-#4/0
AWG)
1-240mm
2
(1-500
MCM AWG)
1-240mm
2
(1-500
MCM AWG)
2-185mm
2
(2-350
MCM AWG)
2-240mm
2
(2-500
MCM AWG)
Recommended tightening torque 0 00 0
(Power cables)
16.9 N-m
(150 in-lbs)
31 N-m
(275 in-lbs)
42 N-m
(375 in-lbs)
42 N-m
(375 in-lbs)
31 N-m
(275 in-lbs)
31 N-m
(275 in-lbs)
Environmental (Common Data)
Temperature
Operation
(open) 25C+55C (13F+131F)
(enclosed) 25C+40C (13F+104F)
Storage 40C+65C (40F+149F)
Altitude 2000m per IEC 947-4
Resistance to corrosion Steel parts zinc-plated and chromated
Operating position
90
90
22.5 22.5
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
56
Application Data
Guidelines for Short-Circuit Protective Device Selection
Contactors Only
0 In Canada, CSA Certified when using CSA fuse designation HRCI-J.
O In Canada, CSA Certified when using CSA fuse designation HRCII-C, HRCI-R.
O In Canada, CSA Certified when using CSA fuse designation HRC-L.
Note: Class CC fuses have a 60A maximum rating.
Contactors and Overload Relays Used Together (Starters)
0 In Canada, CSA Certified when using CSA fuse designation HRCII-C, HRCI-R.
O CSA fuse designation HRCI-J must be UL Listed as Class J fuses.
O Class CC fuses are available through 60A only. CSA HRCI-MISC fuses must also be UL Listed as Class CC fuses.
O ASTA Certification requires the use of these GEC fuses.
O 10kA maximum short-circuit current available.
O Class K5 fuse.
6 18kA maximum short-circuit available Class L fuse.
O In Canada, CSA Certified when using CSA fuse designation HRC-L.
Determine the level of protection required for the application; i.e., is
Type 2Coordination, ASTACertificationor ULListingof theapplication
required?Select the protectivedevice required for theapplication from
the column labeled for the level of protection required. For U.S.
applications, in no case should the protective device selected exceed
the maximum device rating as allowed per Article 430 of the National
Electric Code.
UL Listed Combinations
UL Listed for the combination of contactor, or contactor and overload
relay, and the maximum size short-circuit protection device. UL List
combinations are listed for a maximum short-circuit current of 10 kA.
UL Certified Type 2 Combinations
Certified to provideType 2 coordination under short-circuit condi-
tions (as defined by IEC Standard 947-4-1) with the
combination of contactor, overload relay and maximum size
short-circuit protective device. UL CertifiedType 2
combinations are certified for a maximumshort-circuit current
of 100kA. For additional information about UL Type 2
Certification, refer to Allen-Bradley Publication 100-2.8.
ASTA CertifiedType 2 Combinations
Certified by ASTA (Association of Short Circuit Testing Authorities) to
provide Type 2 coordination under short-circuit conditions when using
the listed combination of contactor, overload relay and GEC
manufactured type BS88 fuses. This certification is applicable in
countries where British Standards or derivatives of such are applied
to electrical installation. ASTA Certified combinations are certified for
a maximum short-circuit current of 80kA.
Maximum Short-circuit Protection Device Rating/Setting in Amperes
Contactor Cat. No. Suffix
Type 2 Coordination UL Listed Combinations
UL Class K1/RK1, J, CC Fuses 0 BS88 Fuses gL Fuses UL Class K5/RK5/L Fuses O Circuit Breakers
B110 300 200 200 300 300
B180 400 315 315 400 400
B250 450 400 400 450 450
B300 601 (Class L) O 500 500 601 (Class L) O 450
B400 800 (Class L) O 630 630 800 (Class L) O 800
B600 1200 (Class L) O 1000 1000 1200 (Class L) O
Maximum Short-circuit Protection Device Rating/Setting in Amperes
Contactor Cat. No.
Suffix
Overload
Relay
UL Listed
Combinations
UL Certified Type 2
Combination
ASTA O Certified
Type 2
Combinations
UL Class K5/RK5
Fuses 0
Circuit
Breakers
UL Class J Fuses
(CSAHRCI-J) Fuse
O
UL Listed Time-
Delay Class CC
(CSA HRCI- MISC.)
Fuse O
Using GEC BS88
Fuses
-B110
HPC66 250 250
HPD110 300 300 150 TF160
-B180
DPC88 350 350
DPD120 400 350 200 TF200
DPD200 400 400 TF200M250
-B250
EPD180 450 450 300 TF200M250
EPD300 450 450 TK315M355
-B300
EPD180 450 OO 450 O 300
EPD300 450 OO6 450 O TK315M355
-B400
FPD240 700 O (Class L) 700
FPD400 800 O (Class L) 800
-B600
GPD378 1000 O (Class L) TTM500
GPD630 1200 O (Class L)
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
57
Application Data, Continued
Switching Three-Phase Capacitors
Operating Conditions
Maximum Rated Voltage 660 Volts AC.
Maximum Ambient Temperature +40C.
Operating Rate
Single-capacitor banks with damping. No more than 10 operations per hour. For applications requiring more than 10 operations per
hour contact your local Allen-Bradley Sales Office for information.
Power Rating in KVAR 0
0 Maximum available current of 10kA. For systems with larger available current, contact Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
Lighting Loads
Typical Electric Discharge Loads
Mercury vapor, sodium vapor, metal halogen and fluorescent lamps.
Compensated Loads
Loads that use a power factor correction capacitor to improve the power factor of the load. These loads typically exhibit an inrush
current of 15 to 20 times the continuous current of the load.
Selection Information
To select a contactor for controlling a lighting load, use the following procedure:
1. Determine the type of load to be controlled. For example is it a incandescent type load or an electric discharge type;
compensated or non-compensated type?
2. Determine the continuous current of the lighting load.
3. Select a contactor that has a current rating greater than or equal to the continuous rating of the load that is being switched.
Controller Ratings for Transformer Primary - Switching kVA
Operating Conditions
Maximum Rated Voltage 660 Volts
Maximum Ambient Temperature +40C.
Operating Rate
Less than 120 operations per hour, but no more than 2 per minute.
Inrush Currents of Not More Than 20 Times Peak Continuous Current Ratings
Cat. No. Suffix
60Hz 50Hz
200V 240V 480V 600V 220V 380V 500V 660V
B110 30 38 75 75 35 60 75 75
B180 40 50 100 100 45 80 100 100
B400 105 125 250 200 115 200 250 200
B600 160 190 380 300 170 300 400 300
Maximum Switching Current
Cat. No.
Suffix
Circuit Closing Inrush
Current (Amps Peak
Including Offset)
Electric Discharge Lamp Loads <= 300V
Incandescent Lamp Loads
(Amps)
Non-Compensated
(Amps)
Compensated
Amps
B110 1667 140 110 110
B180 2727 225 180 180
B250 3788 317 250 250
B300 4546 380 300 300
B400 6061 520 400 400
B600 9091 720 600 600
Cat. No.
Suffix
kVA for Single-Phase Volts kVA for Three-Phase Volts
120V 240V 480V 600V 208V 240V 380V 480V 600V 660V
B110 9 16 32 36 24 28 44 56 62 69
B180 12 23 46 52 35 40 63 80 90 99
B250 16 32 64 72 48 56 88 111 125 138
B300 19 39 77 87 58 67 106 134 150 165
B400 26 51 92 92 77 89 140 160 160 160
B600 39 77 139 139 116 134 210 240 240 240
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
58
Application Data, Continued
Switching DC Loads
Use the following tables as a guideline for selecting the proper Bulletin 100 contactor for switching DC loads. Notice that these
guidelines are only for three power poles wired in series. Note: L/Rin the tables belowis equal to the ratio of inductance to resistance
in the circuit being switched and is measured in milliseconds. The higher this ratio or time constant the more stored energy the
circuit contains.
0 Minimum application current must be 25% of maximum operational current.
Example of 3 Poles Wired in Series
DC Utilization Categories
DC1 Ratings L/R 1 millisecond
(3 poles in series)
DC3 & DC5 Ratings L/R 15 millisecond
(3 poles in series)
Cat. No. Suffix
Maximum Operational
Current at +40C Amperes
Cat. No. Suffix
Maximum Operational
Current at +40C Amperes
115 Volts 230 Volts 115 Volts 0 230 Volts
B110 150 150 B110 110 110 0
B180 200 200 B180 180 180 0
B250 300 300 B250 250 250 0
B300 300 300 B300 300 300 0
B400 400 400 B400 400 200 0
B600 630 630 B600 600 300 0
Category Typical Applications
DC1 Non-inductive or slightly inductive loads; resistive furnaces.
DC3 Shunt motors; starting, plugging or inching; Dynamic breaking of DC motors.
DC5 Series motors; starting, plugging or inching; Dynamic breaking of DC motors.
L1
T1
L2
T2
L3
T3
Load
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Approximate Dimensions Page 59
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
59
0
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Contactor
Size
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E F G H K
Mounting
Screw
Approx.
Ship Wt.
kg (lbs.)
100-B110
119
(4-11/16)
154
(6-1/16)
155
(6-7/64)
130
(5-1/8)
100
(3-15/16)
12
(15/32)
9
(11/32)
187.3
(7-3/8)
62
(2-29/64)
M6
(1/4-20)
3.85
(8.49)
100-B180
134
(5-9/32)
187.8
(7-25/64)
190
(7-31/64)
160
(6-5/16)
110
(4-21/64)
13.9
(35/64)
13
(33/64)
227
(8-15/16)
90
(3-35/64)
M6
(1/4-20)
7.00
(15.43)
100-B250 and
100-B300
154
(6-5/64)
226
(8-29/32)
212
(8-11/32)
180
(7-3/32)
130
(5-1/8)
18
(45/64)
15
(19/32)
292
(11-1/2)
109
(4-19/64)
M8
(5/16-18)
8.24
(18.17)
Contactor
Size
A
Wide
A1
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E F G H K
Mounting
Screw
Approx.
Ship Wt.
kg (lbs.)
100-B400
176
(6-15/16)
189
(7-29/64)
255
(10-3/64)
230
(9-3/64)
199
(7-27/32)
154
(6-1/16)
28
(1-7/64)
11
(7/16)
344
(13-35/64)
10.5
(13/32)
M10
(3/8-16)
13.88
(30.60)
100-B600
255
(10)

306
(12-3/64)
267
(10-17/32)
220
(8-1/16)
226
(8-29/32)
33
(1-19/64)
145
(5-45/64)
433
(17-3/64)
10
(25/64)
M12
(1/2-13)
23.32
(51.41)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
Lug Kit
Coil
Removal
Clearance
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
Lug Kit
A
1
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
60
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
DC Operated (Pure DC Coil) Contactors
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Contactor
DC Operated (Economized DC Coil) Contactor
Contactor
Bulletin 100W Welding Contactors
Dimensions in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Cat. No. A Wide B High C Deep D E
100-B110
119
(4-11/16)
154
(6-1/16)
197
(7-3/4)
130
(5-1/8)
100
(3-15/16)
Cat. No.
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E F
100-B110
119
(4-11/16)
177.4
(6-63/64)
155
(6-7/64)
130
(5-1/8)
100
(3-15/16)
89
(3-1/2)
100-B180
134
(5-9/32)
212
(8-11/32)
190
(7-31/64)
160
(6-5/16)
110
(4-21/64)
119
(4-11/16)
Contactor
Size
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E F G H K
Mounting
Screw
Mounting
Hole
Approx.
Ship Wt.
kg (lbs.)
100W-B180N2
100W-B180N3
134
(5-9/32)
188b
(7-13/32)
194
(7-41/64)
160
(6-5/16)
110
(4-21/64)
13.9
(35/64)
13
(33/64)
227
(8-15/16)
90
(3-35/64)
M6
(1/4-20)
7
(9/32)
7.00
(15.4)
100W-B300N2
100W-B300N3
154
(6-5/64)
226
(8-29/32)
212
(8-11/32)
180
(7-3/32)
130
(5-1/8)
18
(23/32)
15
(19/32)
292
(11-1/12)
109
(4-19/64)
M8
(5/16-18)
8.7
(11/32)
8.24
(18.2)
A
B
C
D
E
BULLETIN
100
A
B
C
D
E
F
DC Economizing
Module
Coil Removal
Clearance
BULLETIN
100
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
Lug Kit
Coil
Removal
Clearance
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
61
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Bulletin 100W Welding Contactors
Contactor
Size
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E F G H K
Mounting
Screw
Mounting
Hole
Approx..
Ship Wt.
kg (lbs.)
100W-B600N2
100W-B600N3
255
(10-3/64)
305
(12)
284
(11-3/16)
220
(8-11/16)
226
(8-29/32)
33
(1-19/64)
14.5
(37/64)
433
(17-3/64)
10
(25/64)
M12
(1/2-13)
14
(35/64)
23.3
(51.4)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
Lug Kit
A
1
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
62
Approximate Dimensions
Bulletin 100 Line Accessories
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
0 Overall width with standard auxiliary contacts as supplied from Allen-Bradley.
O Dimensions represent contactors with double stacked auxiliary contact blocks.
Contactor
Size
Contactor with
Front Mounted Accessories
Contactor with
Side Mounted Accessories
Reversing Contactor with
Side Mounted Accessories
A B C D E 0 F O G O H J 0 K O L O M
B110
119
(4-11/16)
131
(5-5/32)
143
(5-5/8)
119
(4-11/16)
239
(9-27/64)
251
(9-7/8)
263
(10-11/32)
239
(9-27/64)
B180
134
(5-9/32)
146
(5-3/4)
158
(6-7/32)
134
(5-9/32)
245
(9-21/32)
281
(11-1/16)
293
(11-35/64)
245
(9-41/64)
B250 and
B300

154
(6-1/16)
166
(6-17/32)
178
(7)
154
(6-1/16)
311
(12-15/64)
322.5
(12-45/64)
334
(13-5/32)
311
(12-15/64)
B400
176
(6-15/16)
188
(7-13/32)
200
(7-7/8)
176
(6-15/16)

B600
255
(10-3/64)
265
(10-7/16)
275
(10-53/64)
255
(10-3/64)

E
F
G
H
M
J
K
L
AC Operated Contactor With Side
Mounted Auxiliary Contact Adder
Reversing Contactor With Side Mounted
Auxiliary Contact Adder
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
63
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Bulletin 100 Line Accessories
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Contactor Size N P
B110 187.3 (7-3/8) M8 (5/16-18)
B180 227 (8-59/64) M10 (3/8-16)
B250 and B300 292 (11-31/64) M12 (1/2-13)
B400 344 (13-35/64) M12 (1/2-13)
B600 430 (17-3/64) M12 (1/2-13)
N
P
Contactor With Terminal Lugs
Cat. No. 195-L
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
64
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Bulletin 100 Line Accessories, Continued
Terminal Lug Kits
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Terminal Pads for Contactors and Current Transformer Overload Relays
Cat. No. D E F G H J K L
199-LE1
8.33
(21/64)
19.1
(3/4)
4.06
(5/32)
7.11
(9/32)
9.91
(25/64)
4.06
(5/32)
16.8
(21/32)
16
(5/8)
199-LF1
10.3
(13/32)
25.4
(1)
4.75
(3/16)
9.53
(3/8)
13.8
(35/64)
4.75
(3/16)
21.3
(27/32)
22.2
(7/8)
199-LG1
13.1
(33/64)
36.8
(1-29/64)
5.84
(15/64)
9.53
(3/8)
19.9
(25/32)
5.84
(15/64)
31.8
(1-1/4)
32.3
(1-17/64)
199-LH1
13.1
(33/64)

19.1
(3/4)
11.2
(7/16)

63.5
(2-1/2)
53.3
(2-7/64)
199-LJ1
13.1
(33/64)

25.4
(1)
17
(43/64)

90
(3-9/16)
60.5
(2-3/8)
Cat. No. A B C D
100-B110 & 193-HPD
15
(19/32)
10
(25/64)
3.18
(1/8)
8.41
(21/64)
100-B180 & 193-DPD
20
(25/32)
13.8
(35/64)
4.75
(3/16)
10.4
(13/32)
100-B250 & B300
193-EPD
32
(1-17/64)
18.1
(23/32)
4.75
(3/16)
13
(33/64)
100-B400 & 193-FPD
35
(1-3/8)
19
(3/4)
5
(13/64)
13
(33/64)
100-B600 & 193-GPD
50
(1-31/32)
27
(1-1/16)
5
(13/64)
13
(33/64)
D
D
L
G
K H
G
K H
D
D
L
L
K
J
H
F
D
E
G
Cat. No. 199-LE1, LF1 & LG1
Cat. No. 199-LH1 Cat. No. 199-LJ1
C
B
D
A
Anti-Rotation
Pocket (2)
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
65
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Flexible Connector Kits
Mechanical/Electrical Interlocks
Cat. No. D M N P R S
199-PCE1
8.74
(11/32)
127
(5)
108
(41-1/4)
9.53
(3/8)
15.9
(5/8)
3.18
(1/8)
199-PCF1
10.3
(13/32)
153
(6-3/64)
128
(5-3/64)
12.7
(1/2)
19.1
(3/4)
3.56
(9/54)
199-PCG1
12.7
(1/2)
170
(6-11/16)
144
(5-9/16)
14.2
(9/16)
26.9
(1-1/16)
5.59
(7/32)
199-PCH1
Qty 1
12.7
(1/2)
226
(8-29/32)
191
(7-17/32)
17.5
(11/16)
34.9
(1-3/8)
4.95
(13/64)
Qty 2
12.7
(1/2)
164
(6-15/32)
129
(5-5/64)
17.5
(11/16)
34.9
(1-3/8)
4.95
13/64)
199-PCJ1
12.7
(1/2)
284
(11-13/64)
241
(9-1/2)
21.3
(27/32)
38.1
(1-1/2)
6.6
(17/64)
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
M
N S P
R
D
21
(53/64)
40
(1-9/16)
Cat. No. 199-MCD1 Cat. No. 199-MXH1 & MXJ1
(Mechanical Only)
Bulletin 100-B
Contactors
66
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Bulletin 199 Wye-Delta (Star-Delta) Starter Kits
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches) and shipping weights in kg (lbs).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Cat. No. A B C D E F
Mounting
Screw
Approx.
Ship. Wt.
199-YD6
550
(21-21/32)
385
(15-3/16)
530
(20-7/8)
350
(13-25/32)

182
(7-1/8)
7.19
(9/32)
11.34
(25)
199-YD7
723.9
(28-1/2)
421.1
(16-9/16)
700
(27-9/16)
380
(14-15/16)

277
(11-3/32)
10.3
(13/32)
27.69
(61)
199-YD8
876
(34-1/2)
491
(19-5/16)
850
(33-1/2)
450
(17-3/4)

292
(11-11/16)
12.3
(1/2)
42.68
(94)
A
D
B
C
22.10
(7/8)
TYP
E F
Product Selection Page 48
Accessories Page 52
Specifications Page 54
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
67
0
Bulletin 193
193-EA/ES
Self-Powered
Phase Loss Protection
Wide Adjustment Range
(3.2:1)
1 N.O. and 1 N.C.
Isolated Auxiliary
Contact
Choice of Tripping
Classes
Class 10 or 20
Compact Size
Low Energy
Consumption (150mW)
193-EB
Also Includes:
Selectable Trip Class 10,
15 or 20
Ground Fault Tripping
Jam/Stall Protection
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Add-on Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Description
The Bulletin 193EA/ES is a self-powered solid-state overload relay that provides
advanced motor protection when compared to traditional bimetallic overload relays.
The Bulletin 193EA/ES offers motor overload protection with a choice of either trip
class 10 or 20. It provides improved protection against the damage caused to motors
when operated under phase loss conditions. It also offers, as standard, a manually
operated trip function, visible trip indicator and isolated N.O. alarm contacts.The
Bulletin 193EB overload relay adds to the overload protection of the 193EA/ES
overload relay. It provides selectable ground fault tripping, selectable jam/stall
protection andselectable tripclasses. Afull range of accessories, such asanti-tamper
shields and panel mounting adapters, is available.
Your order must include:
The Cat. No. of overload relay
selected.
If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
IEC 947-4 CE
CSA C22.2 No. 14 CSA Certified
UL 508 UL Listed
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
68
Product Selection
Bulletin 193-EA/193-ES Electronic Motor Protection Relays - Manual Reset
Bulletin 193-EA/193-ES Electronic Motor Protection Relays - Automatic/Manual Reset
Mounts to Contactor Reset
Adjustment
Range (A)
Trip Class 10 Trip Class 20
Cat. No. Cat. No.
Manual Reset for 3 Applications
100-M05100-C23 M 0.10.32 193-EA1AB 193-EA2AB
100-M05100-C23 M 0.321.0 193-EA1CB 193-EA2CB
100-M05100-C23 M 1.02.9 193-EA1DB 193-EA2DB
100-M05100-C23 M 1.65.0 193-EA1EB 193-EA2EB
100-M05100-C23 M 3.712 193-EA1FB 193-EA2FB
100-C09100-C23 M 1232 193-EA1GB 193-EA2GB
100-C30100-C37 M 1237 193-EA1HC 193-EA2HC
100-C43 M 1445 193-EA1JD 193-EA2JD
100-C60100-C85 M 2685 193-EA1KE 193-EA2KE
Manual Reset for 1 Applications
100-M05100-C23 M 2.07.0 193-ES1AB 193-ES2AB
100-M05100-C23 M 5.015 193-ES1BB 193-ES2BB
100-C09100-C23 M 1232 193-ES1CB 193-ES2CB
100-C30100-C37 M 1237 193-ES1DC 193-ES2DC
100-C43 M 1445 193-ES1FD 193-ES2FD
100-C60100-C85 M 2685 193-ES1HE 193-ES2HE
Mounts to Contactor Reset
Adjustment
Range (A)
Trip Class 10 Trip Class 20
Cat. No. Cat. No.
Automatic/Manual Reset for 3 Applications
100-M05100-C23 A 0.10.32 193-EA4AB 193-EA5AB
100-M05100-C23 A 0.321.0 193-EA4CB 193-EA5CB
100-M05100-C23 A 1.02.9 193-EA4DB 193-EA5DB
100-M05100-C23 A 1.65.0 193-EA4EB 193-EA5EB
100-M05100-C23 A 3.712 193-EA4FB 193-EA5FB
100-C09100-C23 A 1232 193-EA4GB 193-EA5GB
100-C30100-C37 A 1237 193-EA4HC 193-EA5HC
100-C43 A 1445 193-EA4JD 193-EA5JD
100-C60100-C85 A 2685 193-EA4KE 193-EA5KE
Automatic/Manual Reset for 1 Applications
100-M05100-C23 A 2.07.0 193-ES4AB 193-ES5AB
100-M05100-C23 A 5.015 193-ES4BB 193-ES5BB
100-C09100-C23 A 1232 193-ES4CB 193-ES5CB
100-C30100-C37 A 1237 193-ES4DC 193-ES5DC
100-C43 A 1445 193-ES4FD 193-ES5FD
100-C60100-C85 A 2685 193-ES4HE 193-ES5HE
Cat. No. 193-EA1GB Cat. No. 193-EA1JD Cat. No. 193-EA1KE
Cat. No. 193-EA4GB
Cat. No. 193-EA4JD
Cat. No. 193-EA4KE
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
69
Product Selection, Continued
Bulletin 193-EB Electronic Motor Protection Relays
Automatic/Manual Reset, Adjustable Trip Class 10, 15 or 20, Jam/Stall and Ground Fault Tripping.
0 Ground Fault Tripping and Jam/Stall is inhibited for approximately 30 seconds to eliminate the possibility of nuisance tripping during motor starting.
Mounts to Contactor Reset 0
Adjustment
Range (A) Cat. No.
100-C09100-C23 A 0.10.32 193-EB1AB
100-C09100-C23 A 0.321.0 193-EB1CB
100-C09100-C23 A 1.02.9 193-EB1DB
100-C09100-C23 A 1.65.0 193-EB1EB
100-C09100-C23 A 3.712 193-EB1FB
100-C09100-C23 A 1232 193-EB1GB
100-C30100-C37 A 1445 193-EB1JC
100-C43 A 5.015 193-EB1SD
100-C43 A 1445 193-EB1JD
100-C60100-C85 A 2375 193-EB1ME
100-C60100-C85 A 6085 193-EB1NE
Cat. No. 193-EB1AB Cat. No. 193-EB1NE
Accessories Page 70
Specifications Page 71
Dimensions Page 74
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
70
Accessories
Add-on Accessories
Voltage Suffix Code
Available Coil Voltages 12 600V 50 Hz/12600V 60 Hz
Standard Coil Voltages
Description For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
DIN Rail/Panel Adapter
For separate mounting of the electronic motor
protection relay, can be mounted to top-hat rail
EN 50 02-35
193-EA_ _ B
1
193-EPM1
193-ES_ _ B 193-EPM1
193-EB_ _ B 193-EPM2
193-EA_ _ C 193-EPM1
193-ES_ _ C 193-EPM1
193-EB_ _ C 193-EPM2
193-E_ _ _ D 193-EPM2
193-E_ _ _ E 193-EPM3
Anti-Tamper Shield
Provides protection against inadvertent
adjustment of mode selector and full load current
settings.
193-E all 1 193-BC4
Current Adjustment Shield
Provides protection against inadvertent
adjustment of the current setting.
193-E all 1 193-BC5
Anti-Tamper Shield for DIP Switches
193-EB_ _ B
193-EB_ _ C
193-EB_ _D
40 193-BC7
Anti-Tamper Shield for DIP Switches 193-EB_ _ E 40 193-BC6
Remote Reset Solenoid
For remote reset of electronic overload relays
193-E all 1 193-ER1
External Reset Button for Enclosed Devices
Metal construction IP66, non-illuminated with rod
(Length: 142 mm, adjustment range
141159mm). Please consult push button cata-
logue 800E for additional types.
193-E all 1 800ES-R611WATR08
Labelling Material
Uniform labelling material for contactors, motor protection devices, timing
relays and circuit breakers.
For Product Information and Ordering Information, see page 29.

Voltage 24 48 110 115 120 220 220-230 240


50 Hz J D A F
60 Hz J D A
DC Z24 Z48 Z01
Surcharge for special voltages up to 20 pcs. (no surcharge for quantities greater than 20 pcs.)
Product Selection Page 68
Specifications Page 71
Approximate Dimensions Page 74
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
71
Specifications
Main Circuits
Control Circuits
MCS-E1 Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _B Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _C Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _D Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _E
MCS-E2 Cat. No. 193-EB _ _B Cat. No. 193-EB _ _C Cat. No. 193-EB _ _D Cat. No. 193-EB _ _E
Rated Insulation Voltage U
i
[V] 690
Rated Impulse Strength U
imp
[kV] 6
Rated Operating Voltage U
e
[V] 690
Terminal Cross-Sections
Terminal Type
Terminal Screws M4 M5 M8
Flexible with Wire
End Ferrule
[mm
2
]
1 x (12.5)
2 x (12.5)
1 x (2.510)
2 x (2.56)
1 x (2.516)
2 x (2.510)
1 x (435)
2 x (425)
Solid Conductor
Stranded
[mm
2
]
1 x (1.56)
2 x (1.56)
1 x (2.516)
2 x (2.56)
1 x (2.525)
2 x (2.510)
1 x (450)
2 x (435)
Solid/Stranded Conductor [AWG] 148 148 148 122
Recommended Torque [Nm]
[lb-in]
1.8
(16)
1.4
(12)
1.6
(14)
4
(35)
Pozidriv Screwdriver Size 2 2
Slotted Screwdriver mm 1 x 6
Hexagon Socket SizeSW [mm] 4
Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _B Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _C Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _D Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _E
Rated Insulation Voltage U
i
[V] 600
Rated Impulse Strength U
imp
[kV] 6
Rated Operating Voltage U
e
[V] 600
Rated Operating Current I
e
/
AC-15 12120V
220240V
380480V
500600V
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
3/2
1.5/1.5
0.75/0.75
0.6/0.6
DC-13, at L/R 15ms24V
110V
220V
440V
[A]
[A]
[A]
[A]
1.1/1.1
0.4/0.4
0.2/0.2
0.08/0.08
Conventional Thermal Current I
th
[A] 5
Terminals
Terminal Type
Terminal Screws M3.5
Flexible with Wire
End Ferrule
[mm
2
] 2 x (0.752.5)
Solid Conductor
[mm
2
] 2 x (0.754)
Solid/Stranded Conductor [AWG] 1812
Recommended Torque [Nm]
[lb-in]
1.4
(12)
Pozidriv Screwdriver Size 2
Slotted Screwdriver mm 1 x 6
Product Selection Page 68
Accessories Page 70
Approximate Dimensions Page 74
N.O. N.C.
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
72
Specifications, Continued
General
Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _B Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _C Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _D Cat. No. 193-E_ _ _E
Weight [kg (lb)] 0.14 (0.31) 0.17 (0.37) 0.21 (0.46) 0.36 (0.84)
Standards IEC 947, EN 60 947, DIN VDE 0660
Approvals CE, UL, CSA, PTB
Corrosion Resistance 95% relative humidity, without condensation, 3060C
Ambient Temperature
open
enclosed
20+60C (4122F)
20+40C (4104F)
Temperature Compensation Continuous
Shock Resistance
(10ms sinusodial shock) [G] 30
Type of Protection
(in connected state) IP2LX
Product Selection Page 68
Accessories Page 70
Approximate Dimensions Page 74
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
73
Specifications, Continued
Trip Curves for 1 Applications (193-ES)
Trip Curves for 3 Applications (193-EA/EB)
Wiring Schematic
Multiple of Rated Current
.1
1
10
100
1000
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
.2
.4
.6
.8
2
4
6
8
20
40
60
80
200
400
600
800
Class 10
1000
.1
1
10
100
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
.2
.4
.6
.8
2
4
6
8
20
40
60
80
200
400
600
800
Class 20
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
o
n
d
s
)
Approximate trip time for
3-phase balanced condition
from cold start.
Approximate trip time for
3-phase balanced condition
from hot start.
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
o
n
d
s
)
Multiple of Rated Current
Approximate trip time for
3-phase balanced condition
from cold start.
.1
1
10
100
1000
1 10
2 8 6 4
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
Class 10
.1
1
10
100
1000
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
1 10
2 8 6 4
Class 20
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
o
n
d
s
)
Approximate trip time for
3-phase balanced condition
from hot start.
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
o
n
d
s
)
Class 15 (MCS-E2 only)
.1
1
10
100
1000
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
1 10
2 8 6 4
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
o
n
d
s
)
Multiple of Rated Current Multiple of Rated Current Multiple of Rated Current
96 98
95 97
2 4 6
97 95
96 98
L1/1 L2/3 L3/5
T1/2 T2/4 T3/6
Typical IEC Wiring Schematic Typical NEMA Wiring Schematic
1 3 5
2 4 6
T1 T2 T3
M
A1
A2
K1
Typical Wiring for 1-Phase Applications
Product Selection Page 68
Accessories Page 70
Approximate Dimensions Page 74
Bulletin 193-E
Solid-State Overload Relays
74
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Mounts to Bulletin 100-C Contactor
Individual Mounting with Relay Base
Contactor
Cat. No. a Width b Height b1 c Depth e1 e2 d1 d2 h j d
100-M05 with 193-EA
or -ES
45
(1-25/32)
107
(4-13/64)
83
(3-17/64)
66.6
(2-5/8)

50
(1-61/64)
50
(1-61/64)

48.2
(1-29/32)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C09, -C12 -C16, -C23
with 193-EA or -ES
45
(1-25/32)
131
(5-11/64)
86
(3-25/64)
88.5
(3-1/2)
16.5
(21/32)
69
(3-25/32)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-3/8)
86.5
(3-13/32)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C09, -C12 -C16, -C23
with 193-EB
54
(2-1/8)
137
(5-3/8)
97
(3-13/16)
90.7
(3-37/64)
5.1
(13-64)
59
(2-23/64)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-3/8)
85.1
(3-23/64)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C30, -C37 with 193-EA
or -ES
45
(1-25/32)
136.5
(5-3/8)
91.5
(3-39/64)
92
(3-39/64)
16.5
(21/32)
69
(2-23/32)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-3/8)
104
(4-1/8)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C30, -C37 with 193-EB
54
(2-1/8)
137
(5-3/8)
97
(3-13/16)
92.1
(3-5/8)
5.2
(13/64)
59
(2-23/64)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-3/8)
104.7
(4-1/8)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C43 with 193-EA, -ES or
-EB
54
(2-1/8)
136.5
(5-3/8)
91.5
(3-39/64)
93
(3-21/32)
22
(7/8)
69
(2-23/32)
60
(2-23/64)
45
(1-49/64)
107
(4-7/32)
2
(5/64)
Two 4.2
(Two 11/64 )
100-C60, -C72, -C85 with
193-EA, -ES or -EB
72
(2-53/64)
188.5
(7-27/64)
120
(4-23/32)
120
(4-23/32)
18
(23/32)
84.5
(3-21/64)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
125.5
(4-15/16)
2
(5/64)
Four 5.5
(Four 7/32 )
Cat. No. a Width b Height c Depth d e
193-EPM1
45
(1-25/32)
90
(3-35/64)
75
(2-61/64)
30
(1-3/16)
75
(2-61/64)
193-EPM2
55
(2-11/64)
90
(3-35/64)
96.5
(4-29/32)
40
(1-37/64)
75
(2-61/64)
193-EPM3
70
(2-49/64)
115
(4-17/32)
110
(4-11/32)
55
(2-11/64)
105
(4-9/64)
a
b
c
d2
d1
h j
e2
e1
d
b1
a
e
d
c
b
Product Selection Page 68
Accessories Page 70
Specifications Page 71
Bulletin 193-T
Bimetallic Overload Relays
75
Bulletin 193-T
Phase Failure
Sensitivity
Temperature
Compensation
Auxiliary Switch
(1 N.O. and 1 N.C.
Contact)
Test/Stop Button
Manual/Auto Reset
Button
Individual Mounting
Protection of EEX
Electric Motors (PTB)
Trip-Free
Construction
Trip Indicator
Description
The Bulletin 193-T Bimetallic Overload Relays are designed for use with Bulletin
100-C contactors and Bulletin 104-C reversing contactors. These Class 10 ambient-
compensated bimetal overload relays use integral heater elements; therefore,
additional heater elements are not required. Further, the design includes a differential
mechanism for sensitivity to single-phase conditions.
The trip setting is adjustable over the listed motor full-load current range. The overload
relay can be operated in a manual or automatic reset mode. An isolated normally
open contact is standard. An anti-tamper shield is available and snaps on the front
of the overload relay to discourage field adjustments of the trip setting and reset mode.
For additional information, see publication 0193-2.0.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
IEC 947-4 CE
BS 5424 CSA Certified
VDE 0660 UL Listed
IEC 947-4 Type 2 Coordination
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
76
0
Bulletin 193
SMP-1 Overload Relay
Self-Powered
Wide Adjustment Range
(3.2:1)
Ambient Temperature
Compensation
Visible Trip Indicator
Phase Loss Protection
SMP-2 Overload Relay
Same as SMP-1 Plus:
Selectable Trip Class
(10, 15, 20 or 30)
Ground Fault Tripping
JAM Protection
SMP-3 Overload Relay
Digital Current Setting
Ground Fault Tripping
JAM Protection
Communicates via R I/O or
DeviceNet
Trip Cause Indication via
LEDs, Human Interface
Module or Communication
Network
Uses Common Allen-Bradley
Communication Devices
Selectable Trip Class
(10, 15, 20 or 30)
Product Selection Overview
Feature SMP-1 SMP-2 SMP-3
Self-Powered
3.2:1 Adjustment Range
Phase Loss Protection
Selectable Trip Class
Ground Fault Protection
JAM Protection
5:1 Adjustment Range
Communications Capability
LED Status Indication
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
SMP-1 Overload Relay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
SMP-2 Overload Relay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
SMP-3 Overload Relay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Description
The SMP is a family of Solid-State Overload Relays. The complete line includes the
SMP-1, SMP-2, and SMP-3 overload relays. Each of these overload relays has unique
features allowing for the choice of level of protection and features required for the
application. The Product Selection Overview can be used for selection among the
SMP overload relays.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
IEC 947-4
CE Marked (Per EU Low Voltage
Directives 73/23/EEC 93/68/EEC and
per EU EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
91/263/EEC 92/31/EEC 93/68/EEC)
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of overload relay selected
with Voltage Suffix Code.
If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL 508
IEC 801
CSA Certified (File No. LR1234)
UL Listed (File No. E14840;
Guide No. NKCR)
SMP-1 Overload Relay
SMP-2 Overload Relay
SMP-3 Overload Relay
Bulletin 193
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Product Selection
SMP-1 Overload Relay Manual Reset
SMP-1 Overload Relay Automatic/Manual Reset
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 193-A1R6
becomes Cat. No. 193-A1R6D. For other coil voltages, contact Allen-Bradley Distributor or Sales Office.
0 For motors with Service Factor of 1.15 or greater, use motor nameplate full load current. For motors with Service Factor of 1.0,use 90% of the
motor nameplate full load current.
O Does not include Terminal Lugs. See Accessories on page 80 for listing.
Directly Mounts to
Contactor 100 and 104
Adjustment
Range 0
Class 10 Class 20
Cat. No. Cat. No.
Manual Reset for 3 Applications
B110 O
2375A 193-A1K4 193-A2K4
66110A 193-A1L4 193-A2L4
B180 O 57180A 193-A1M5 193-A2M5
Separately mounted for use with Bulletin 100 and 104 contactors
B110 O 66110A 193-A1L7 193-A2L7
B180 O 57180A 193-A1M7 193-A2M7
B250 and B300 O 96300A 193-A1N6 193-A2N6
B400 O 128400A 193-A1P6 193-A2P6
B600 O 200 630A 193-A1R6 193-A2R6
Directly Mounts to
Contactor 100 and 104
Adjustment
Range 0
Class 10 Class 20
Cat. No. Cat. No.
Automatic/Manual Reset for 3 Applications
B110 O
2375A 193-A4K4 193-A5K4
66110A 193-A4L4 193-A5L4
B180 O 57180A 193-A4M5 193-A5M5
Separately mounted for use with Bulletin 100 and 104 contactors
B110 O 66110A 193-A4L7 193-A5L7
B180 O 57180A 193-A4M7 193-A5M7
B250 and B300O 96300A 193-A4N6 193-A5N6
B400 O 128400A 193-A4P6 193-A5P6
B600 O 200630A 193-A4R6 193-A5R6
Voltage 24V 110V 120V 208V 220V 240V 380V 415V 440V 480V 500V 600V
50 Hz K D A T N I B M
60 Hz J D H L A G B C
Cat. No. 193-A1K4
Cat. No. 193-A4K4
Accessories Page 80
Specifications Page 81
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193
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Product Selection, Continued
SMP-2 Overload Relay Automatic/Manual Reset, Field Selectable Trip Class 10, 15, 20 or 30, Jam and Ground
Fault Tripping 0O
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 193-B1R6
becomes Cat. No. 193-B1R6D. For other coil voltages, contact Allen-Bradley Distributor or Sales Office.
0 For motors with Service Factor of 1.15 or greater, use motor nameplate full load current. For motors with Service Factor of 1.0,use 90% of the
motor nameplate full load current.
O Ground Fault tripping is inhibited for approximately 30 seconds to eliminate the possibility of nuisance tripping during motor starting.
O Does not include Terminal Lugs. See Accessories on page 80 for listing.
Directly Mounts to
Contactor 100 and 104
Adjustment
Range (A) 0 Cat. No.
B110 O
2375 193-B1K4
66110 193-B1L4
B180 O 57180 193-B1M5
Separately mounted for use with Bulletin 100
B110 O 66110 193-B1L7
B180 O 57180 193-B1M7
B250 and B300O 96300 193-B1N6
B400 O 128400 193-B1P6
B600 O 200630 193-B1R6
Voltage 24V 110V 120V 208V 220V 240V 380V 415V 440V 480V 500V 600V
50 Hz K D A T N I B M
60 Hz J D H L A G B C
Cat. No. 193-B1K4
Accessories Page 80
Specifications Page 81
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193
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Product Selection, Continued
SMP-3 Overload Relay Automatic/Manual Reset, Selectable Ground Fault Tripping 0
and Jam Protection, Selectable Trip Class 10, 15, 20 or 30
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 193-C1R6
becomes Cat. No. 193-C1R6D. For other coil voltages, contact Allen-Bradley Distributor or Sales Office.
0 Ground Fault tripping is inhibited for 1 trip class to reduce the possibility of nuisance tripping during motor starting.
O For motors with Service Factor of 1.15 or greater, use motor nameplate full load current. For motors with Service Factor of 1.0,use 90% of the
motor nameplate full load current.
O Does not include Terminal Lugs. See Accessories on page 80 for listing.
Directly Mounts to
Contactor 100 and 104
Adjustment
Range (A) O Cat. No.
B110 O
2090 193-C1L4
40180 193-C1M4
B180 O 40180 193-C1M5
Separately mounted for use with Bulletins 100
B110 O 2090 193-C1L7
B180 O 40180 193-C1M7
B250 and B300O 70300 193-C1N6
B400 O 100414 193-C1P6
B600 O 140608 193-C1R6
Voltage 110V 120V 208V 220V 240V
50 Hz D A T
60 Hz D H L A
Cat. No. 193-C1L4
Accessories Page 80
Specifications Page 81
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
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Accessories
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a voltage code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example:Cat. No. 193-ER1 becomes
193-ER1D. For other voltages, consult Allen-Bradley Distributor or Sales Office.
Description Used With
Pkg.
Qty. Cat. No.
Anti-Tamper Shield
Provides protection against inadvertent
adjustment of Reset mode selector and full
load current settings.
SMP-1
SMP-2
1
193-BC4
Current Adjustment Shield
Provides protection against inadvertent
adjustment of the current setting.
SMP-1
SMP-2
1
193-BC5
Remote Reset Solenoid
SMP-1
SMP-2
1
193-ER1
Terminal Lugs
193-_ _ _4, _ _ 110A max.
3
199-LE1
193-_ _ M5,
193-_ _ M7 180A max.
199-LF1
193-_ _ N6 300A max. 199-LG1
193-_ _ P6 400A max. 199-LH1
193-_ _ R6 630A max. 199-LJ1
Flexible Bus Connector 193-_ _ _6
300A
3
199-PCG1
400A 199-PCH1
600A
199-PCJ1
External Reset Button
for Enclosed Devices
(IP66 Type 3/4/12)
SMP-1
SMP-2
1
198-MR3
Communication Module
Remote I/O Comm Adapter
(120/240V Power) SMP-3
1
1203-GD1
DeviceNet Comm Adapter
(120/240V Power)
1203-GK5
Human Interface Module SMP-3 1 193-HIM1
Communication Cable SMP-3
Cable Length
1/3 meter
1
1202-C03
1 meter 1202-C10
3 meters 1202-C30
10 meters 1202-C90
Illuminated Push Button Reset SMP-3 1 800T-NX1311
Remote Reset Cable SMP-3
1 meter
3 meters
6 meters 1
1202-RRC1
1202-RRC3
1202-RRC6
Voltage 24V 48V 110V 115V 120V 220V 240V
50 Hz J D A
60 Hz J D A
DC Z24 Z48 Z01
Cat. No. 193-BC4 Cat. No. 193-BC5
Cat. No. 1203-GD1 Cat. No. 193-HIM1
Product Selection Page 77
Specifications Page 81
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
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Specifications
SMP-1 SMP-2 SMP-3
Electrical
Rated Thermal Current of Contacts I
th
(A)
5 5
5
2 @ 0.4 PF
Electrical
Rating of
Contacts (A)
Utilization
Category
Voltage
U
e
Trip 95-96
N.C.
Alarm 97-98
N.O.

AC15
12120
220240
380480
500600
3.0
1.5
0.75
0.60
3.0
1.5
0.75
0.60

DC13
(L/R=15ms)
24
110
220
440
1.1
0.4
0.2
0.08
1.1
0.4
0.2
0.08

Rated Triac Current (A) 0.5


Rated Insulation Voltage (V)
CSA/UL
600 600
Triacs Hard Contact
240 300
IEC 947-4 U
i
660 660 240 300
Control Voltage (V) 120 or 240 AC +1015%
Operating Frequency (Hz) 50/60 50/60 50/60
Mechanical
Body Material Thermoplastic Thermoplastic Thermoplastic
Contact Material
Fine Silver Fine Silver Silver Tin
Control Contacts
Terminal Marking Cenelec EN 50012
Max. Wire Size
193-_ _ _ 4, _ _ L7
1-50mm
2
(#1/0-AWG)
1-50mm
2
(#1/0-AWG)
1-50mm
2
(#1/0-AWG)
193-_ _ _ 5, _ _ M7
1-120mm
2
(#4/0-AWG)
1-120mm
2
(#4/0-AWG)
1-120mm
2
(#4/0-AWG)
193-_ _ _ 6
with
Bulletin 199-L
Terminal Lugs
300A
1-240mm
2
(500 MCM AWG)
400A
2-185mm
2
(350 MCM AWG)
600A
2-240mm
2
(500 MCM AWG)
Control Terminals 1 or 2
2.5 mm
2
(#12 AWG)
2.5 mm
2
(#12 AWG)
2 mm
2
(#14 AWG)
Environmental
Operation
20C40C
(4F104F)
20C40C
(4F104F)
20C40C
(4F104F)
Storage
50C70C
(58F158F)
50C70C
(58F158F)
50C70C
(58F158F)
Temperature Compensation
20C40C
(4F104F)
20C40C
(4F104F)
20C40C
(4F104F)
Altitude 2000M 2000M 2000M
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
82
Specifications, Continued
Typical Tripping Curves for SMP-1 and SMP-2 Overload Relays
Class 20
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Class 15 (SMP-2 Only) Class 30 (SMP-2 Only)
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Class 10
.1
1
10
100
1000
1 10
2 8 6 4
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
.1
1
10
100
1000
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
1 10
2 8 6 4
.1
1
10
100
1000
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
1 10
2 8 6 4
.1
1
10
100
1000
200
800
600
400
20
80
60
40
2
8
6
4
.2
.8
.6
.4
1 10
2 8 6 4
Overload Relay
The tripping time of the SMP overload
relays can be estimated using the tables
above and to the right.
1. Select the tripping class desired.
2. Locate the intersection of the
approximate trip time curve with the
proper multiple of current-setting
found on the horizontal axis.
3. Read the approximate trip time in
seconds along the vertical axis.
Multiples of Full Load Amperes Multiples of Full Load Amperes
Multiples of Full Load Amperes Multiples of Full Load Amperes
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
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Specifications, Continued
Typical Tripping Curves for SMP-3 Overload Relays
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Class 15
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Class 30
A
p
p
r
o
x
i
m
a
t
e
T
r
i
p
T
i
m
e
(
s
e
c
)
Approximate
trip time for 3
phase balanced
condition from
cold start.
Approximate trip
time for 3 phase
balanced
condition from
hot start.
Class 10 Class 20
0.1
1.0
10.0
100.0
1000.0
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
1.0
10.0
100.0
1000.0
10000.0
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
1.0
10.0
100.0
1000.0
10000.0
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
1.0
10.0
100.0
1000.0
10000.0
1 10 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4
Overload Relay
The tripping time of the SMP overload
relays can be estimated using the tables
above and to the right.
1. Select the tripping class desired.
2. Locate the intersection of the
approximate trip time curve with the
proper multiple of current-setting
found on the horizontal axis.
3. Read the approximate trip time in
seconds along the vertical axis.
Multiples of Full Load Current
Multiples of Full Load Current
Multiples of Full Load Current Multiples of Full Load Current
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Bulletin 193
SMP Solid-State Overload Relays
84
Specifications, Continued
SMP-1/SMP-2 Wiring Schematic
Typical SMP-3 Wiring Schematic
96 98
95 97
2 4 6
97 95
96 98
L1/1 L2/3 L3/5
T1/2 T2/4 T3/6
Typical NEMA Wiring Schematic Typical IEC Wiring Schematic
POWER
SUPPLY
SMP3
10 20 30 40 50 60
INTERNAL
TRIAC FUSE
OUT A OUT B O/L L1 L2
SMP
50 60
SMP3
L1
L2
C
F
R
A
B
O/L O/L
10
A1 A2
30 40
10
A1 A2 30 40
A1
A2 20
F
R
OUT A
INTERNAL
TO SMP
120V AC or 240V AC
NON-REVERSING REVERSING
50 60
SMP3
L1
L2
INTERNAL
TO SMP
Note: When power is supplied to 50 60, N.O. contact 30 40 closes.
Note: Coil voltage must be the same as L1 through L2 voltage.
When power is supplied to 50 60, N.O. contact 30 40 closes.
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Approximate Dimensions Page 85
Bulletin 193
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Approximate Dimensions
SMP-1 and SMP-2 Overload Relays
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
SMP-3 Overload Relay
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Type
Contactor
Cat. No.
A Width B Height C Depth D E F G H J
SMP-1
SMP-2
100-B110
119
(4-11/16)
276
(10-7/8)
155
(6-7/64)
142
(5-19/32)
185.6
(7-5/16)
130
(5-1/8)
NA
NA
100
(3-15/16)
41.3
(1-5/8)
100-B180
134
(5-9/32)
331
(13-1/32)
190
(7-31/64)
163
(6-27/64)
221.1
(8-23/32)
160
(6-5/16)
NA
NA
110
(4-21/64)
48.8
(1-59/64)
Type
Contactor
Cat. No.
A Width B Height C Depth D E F G H J
SMP-3
100-B110
119
(4-11/16)
311
(12-1/4)
155
(6-7/64)
159
(6-1/4)
176
(6-15/16)
130
(5-1/8)
NA
NA
100
(3-15/16)
13.9
(35/64)
100-B180
134
(5-9/32)
366
(14-13/32)
190
(7-31/64)
186
(7-5/16)
211
(8-5/16)
160
(6-5/16)
NA
NA
110
(4-21/64)
21.4
(27/32)
A
H
G
F
E
B
J
C
D
A
B
H
F E G
J
C
D
Bulletin 193
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86
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
SMP-1 Overload Relay with Current Transformer
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
SMP-3 Overload Relay with Current Transformer
Cat. No. A B C D E
Approx.
Shipping Wt. in kg (lb)
193-A_N6
177.3
(7)
199.8
(7-7/8)
234.3
(9-1/4)
120
(4-3/4)
156
(6-3/16)
4.4
(9.75)
193-A_P6
177.3
(7)
264.9
(10-7/16)
234.3
(9-1/4)
120
(4-3/4)
156
(6-3/16)
4.4
(9.75)
193-A_R6
260.4
(10-1/4)
346.6
(13-11/16)
220.2
(8-11/16)
180.1
(7-1/8)
226.1
(8-15/16)
6.8
(15.0)
Cat. No. A B C D E
Approx.
Shipping Wt. in kg (lb)
193-C1N6
177
(7)
200
(7-7/8)
285
(11-1/4)
120
(4-3/4)
158
(6-1/4)
4.8
(10.75)
193-C1P6
177
(7)
265
(10-7/16)
285
(11-1/4)
120
(4-3/4)
156
(6-3/16)
4.8
(10.75)
193-C1R6
250
(9-7/8)
347
(13-11/16)
272
(10-3/4)
180
(7-1/8)
226
(8-15/16)
7.15
(15.75)
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Specifications Page 81
D
A
E
C
B
.28
(7-5/16)
3 HOLES
Cat. No. 193-A_P6
D
A
E
C
B
.28
(7-5/16)
3 HOLES
AB ALLENBRADLEY
Cat. No. 193-C1P6
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Approximate Dimensions, Continued
SMP-1 and SMP-2 Panel-Mounted Overload Relays
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
SMP-3 Panel-Mounted Overload Relays
Cat. No. A B
Approx.
Shipping Wt. in kg (lb)
193-A_L7, 193-B_L7
123.7
(4-7/8)
46.8
(1-55/64)
1.13
(2.5)
193-A_M7, 193-B_M7
154
(6-1/16)
61.5
(2-7/16)
1.13
(2.5)
Cat. No. A B C D E
Approx.
Shipping Wt. in kg (lb)
193-C1L7
119
(4-45/64)
158
(6-15/64)
141
(5-9/16)
90
(3-35/64)
105
(4-9/64)
1.45
(3.2)
193-C1M7
119
(4-45/64)
188.3
(7-27/64)
141
(5-9/16)
90
(3-35/64)
105
(4-9/64)
1.45
(3.2)
Product Selection Page 77
Accessories Page 80
Specifications Page 81
105.7
(15/64)
1 L1 L2 3 L3 5
4 T2 T1 2 6 T3
5.6
A
119
(4-45/64)
(4-11/64)
105
(4-9/64)
55
(2-3/16)
A
B
C
A
E
1 L1 L2 3 L3 5
6 T3 4 T2 T1 2
B
D
5.6
(15/64)

Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
88
Bulletin 140
2 Physical Sizes
0.190 A
(0.0245kW @ 400V)
1/260HP @ 460V
Accessories for Front
and Side Mounting
Easy Installation on
35mm DIN Rail
(EN 50022)
High Current-Limiting
and Interrupting
Capacity (up to 100kA)
Short Circuit Trip
Indication (140-CMN)
Compact Bus Bar
System for Reduced
Wiring
Group Motor Installation
Rated for North
American Applications
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Approximate Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Description
TheBulletin 140 Manual Motor Starter/Protector providesmagnetictripsandoverload
protection with ambient temperature compensation. A wide range of accessories
makes installation and wiring easy.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
IEC 947-1/2/4/5 ASE, Germ. Lloyd, CEBEC, PTB,
DEMKO, SEMKO, Finland, NEMKO
ASE 1090-1, 1092-1, 1093-1
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of the manual motor starter
and protector selected.
If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
VDE 0660 part 101, 104, 200; 0165/83 CE
CSA 22.2 No. 14 CSA Certified
UL 508 UL Listed
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
89
Product Selection
3-Pole Manual Motor Starter/Protector 0
0 The Bulletin 140-MN meets the circuit breaker requirements of IEC 947-2. This device, however, does not meet CSA and UL circuit breaker
requirements. The Bulletin 140 is CSA Certified and UL Listed as a Manual Motor Controller and is rated for Group Motor Installation.
O Utilization categories and conditions for testing for alternating current per IEC 947:
AC-2 starting and reversing of wound-rotor motors
AC-3 starting and stopping squirrel cage induction motors
IEC 947-2 performance categories:
I
cu
Operational after completing O-t-CO test sequence
I
cs
Suitable for normal operation after completing O-t-CO-t-CO test sequence
O = Open
CO = Close and open
t = Time (open)
O Ultimate short circuit breaking capacity.
O Rated short circuit breaking capacity.
O For North American applications: HP ratings shown in the table are for reference.The final selection of the manual starter depends on the actual
motor full load current and service factor as follows:
For motor with service factor of 1.15, or greater. Use motor nameplate full load current and choose the motor starter with the appropriate
current range. Example: Motor F.L.C. = 4.2A; S.F. = 1.15. Select Cat. No. 140-MN-0630.
For motor withservice factor less than1.15. Use motor nameplate full load current times 0.9 and choose the motor starter with the appropriate
current range. Example: Motor F.L.C. = 4.2A; S.F. = 1.0; 4.2A x 0.9 = 3.78A. Select Cat. No. 140-MN-0400.
Adjustable
Range of
Overload
Release
[A]
Instantaneous
(Magnetic) Trip
Current
[A]
Ratings AC-2, AC-3 O
I
cu
O I
cs
O
Pkg.
Qty. Cat. No.
3 [kW] (50 Hz) 3 [HP] (60 Hz) O 400/415 V
230V 400V 690V 230V 460V 575V [kA] [kA]
0.10.16 1.8 0.02 100 100
1
140-MN-0016
0.160.25 2.8 0.04 100 100 140-MN-0025
0.250.4 4.4 0.06/0.09 100 100 140-MN-0040
0.40.63 6.9 0.06/0.09 0.09/0.12 0.25 100 100 140-MN-0063
0.631.0 11 0.09/0.12 0.18/0.37 0.37/0.55 1/2 1/2 100 100 140-MN-0100
1.01.6 18 0.18/0.35 0.37/0.55 0.75/1.1 3/4 1 100 100 140-MN-0160
1.62.5 28 0.37 0.55/0.75 1.5 1/2 1 1-1/2 100 100 140-MN-0250
2.54.0 44 0.55/0.75 1.1/1.5 2.2/3.0 1 1 3 100 100 140-MN-0400
4.06.3 69 1.1/1.5 2.2/2.5 3.7/4.0 1-1/2 3 5 100 100 140-MN-0630
6.310 110 1.5/3.0 3.0/5.5 5.5/7.5 3 5 7-1/2 20 16 140-MN-1000
1016 176 3.7/4.0 5.5/7.5 10/12.5 5 10 10 10 6 140-MN-1600
1620 220 5.5 7.5/10 15/16 5 10 15 8 6 140-MN-2000
2025 275 5.5/7.5 11/12.5 18.5/22 7-1/2 15 20 8 6 140-MN-2500
1625 350 5.5/7.5 7.5/12.5 15/22 7-1/2 15 20 65 65
1
140-CMN-2500
2540 560 10/11 15/22 25/30 10 30 30 65 50 140-CMN-4000
4063 882 12.5/20 25/31.5 37/55 20 40 60 65 50 140-CMN-6300
6390 1260 22/25 37/45 63/75 30 60 75 50 25 140-CMN-9000
Cat. No. 140-MN-1000 Cat. No. 140-CMN-9000
Accessories Page 91
Specifications Page 95
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
90
Product Selection, Continued
Group Motor Applications For U. S. and Canada
Cat. Nos. listed in the table below are CSA Certified and UL Listed for group motor installations (Group Fusing) as defined in the
Canadian and U.S. National Electrical Codes.
0 For CANADIAN AND U.S. APPLICATIONS:
The final selection of the manual starter depends on the actual motor full load current and service factor as follows:
For motor withservice factor of 1.15, or greater. Use motor nameplate full load current and choose the motor starter with the appropriate current range. Example:
Motor F.L.C. = 4.2A; S.F. = 1.15. Select Cat. No. 140-MN-0630.
For motor with service factor less than 1.15. Use motor nameplate full load current times 0.9 and choose the motor starter with the appropriate current range.
Example: Motor F.L.C. = 4.2A; S.F. = 1.0. 4.2A x 0.9 = 3.78A. Select Cat. No. 140-MN-0400.
O The maximum fuse or circuit breaker selection for the group will be that dictated by the Canadian or U.S. Electrical Codes.
Group Motor Applications 0 Series C Devices
Adjustable
Range of
Overload
Release (A)
Group Motor Ratings
Max. Short Circuit Current
(kA)
Group Motor Ratings with
Contactors Max. Short Circuit
Current (kA)
Type 2 Group Motor Ratings
Max. Short Circuit Current (kA)
Max.
Backup
Protection
O
Cat. No.
140-MN-.../
140-CMN-...
140-MN-... +
CL2
When
used
with Cat.
No.
140-MN-.../
140-CMN-...
140-MN-... +
CL2
140-MN-.../
140-CMN-...
140-MN-... +
CL2
480V 600V 480V 600V 480V 600V 480V 600V 480V 600V 480V 600V
Fuses or
Circuit
Breaker
[A] 480/
600V
0.10.16 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0016
0.160.25 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0025
0.250.40 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0040
0.400.63 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0063
0.631.0 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0100
1.01.6 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 42 O 140-MN-0160
1.62.5 42 42 100-C09 65 42 65 5 O 140-MN-0250
2.54.0 42 42
100-C09 65 42
O 140-MN-0400
100-C12
100-C16 10
100-C30 65 5 15
4.06.3 42 10 42 42
100-C09 65 10 25
O 140-MN-0630 100-C12 65
100-C30 65 5 15
6.310.0 14 10 42 42
100-C12 65 10 15 65
O 140-MN-1000
100-C30 65 15
10.016.0 10 5 42 14
100-C16 10 5 65 15
O 140-MN-1600
100-C30 65 10
16.020.0 10 5 14 10
100-C23 10 5 65
O 140-MN-2000
100-C30 5 65 5
20.025.0 10 5 10 10
100-C23 10 65
O 140-MN-2500
100-C30 5 65 5
16.025.0 65 42
100-C16 65 42
O 140-CMN-2500
100-C30 65 42
25.040.0 65 42 100-C30 65 42 65 42 O 140-CMN-4000
40.063.0 65 42 100-C43 65 30 65 42 O 140-CMN-6300
63.090.0 65 30 100-C72 65 30 35 15 O 140-CMN-9000
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
91
Accessories
Description Wiring Diagram For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contacts
Internal mounting
1-Pole
Use with compact
bus-bars with 45mm
spacing
140-MN 10
140-A10
140-A210
140-A01
140-A201
140-A10L
Auxiliary Contacts
External, for left side
mounting
2-Pole
Use with compact
bus-bars with 54mm
spacing
140-MN 10
140-A20
140-A02
140-A11
Trip Indicating Auxiliary Con-
tact
Internal mounting
1-Pole
Use with compact
bus-bars with 45mm
spacing
140-MN 10
140-T10
140-T01
Undervoltage Trip Unit
Right side mounting
140-MN 10
140-UV-KJ
Voltage:
24V 50 Hz
120V 60 Hz 140-UV-DD
208V 60 Hz 140-UV-H
240260V 60 Hz 140-UV-A
460V 60 Hz 140-UV-N
480V 60 Hz 140-UV-B
Shunt Trip Unit
Right side mounting
140-MN 10
140-RT-KJ
Voltage:
24V 50 Hz
120V 60 Hz 140-RT-DD
240260V 60 Hz 140-RT-A
480V 60 Hz 140-RT-B
A Normal Designation
Designation A2
A10
140- 140-MN
A210 A01 A201 A10L
Increased
AL Early Make Contact
A20
140- 140-MN
A02 A11
T10
140-
140-MN
T01
140-
140-MN
UV...
140-
140-MN
RT...
140-
140-MN
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
92
Accessories, Continued
Description Wiring Diagram For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contacts
Internal, front-mounted
2-Pole
140-CMN 1
140-CA20
140-CA02
140-CA11
Trip Indicating Auxiliary Con-
tacts
Internal, front-mounted
2-Pole
140-CMN 1
140-CT10-10
140-CT01-01
140-CT01-10
140-CT10-01
Undervoltage Trip Unit
Internal, front-mounted
Integrated short-circuit
trip indication
140-CMN 1 140-CUV-KJ
Voltage:
24V 50/60 Hz
110V 50 Hz/120V 60 Hz 140-CUV-D
220V 50 Hz/240V 60 Hz 140-CUV-A
Shunt Trip Unit
Internal, front-mounted
Integrated short-circuit
trip indication
140-CMN 1 140-CRT-KJ
Voltage:
24V 50/60 Hz
110V 50 Hz/120V 60 Hz 140-CRT-D
220V 50 Hz/240V 60 Hz 140-CRT-A
Current Limiter
Use in single or group installations to increase short
circuit interrupting capacity.
DIN Rail mounting next to Bul. 140-MN, or Bul. 140-MN
can be snapped on to current limiter.
140-MN 10 140-CL2
CA20
140-
140-CMN
CA02 CA11
CT10-10 CT10-01 CT01-01 CT01-10
140-
a) Overload Trip
b) Short-Circuit Trip
140-CMN
CUV...
140-
b) Short-Circuit Trip
b)
140-CMN
CRT...
140-
b) Short-Circuit Trip
b)
140-CMN
Product Selection Page 89
Specifications Page 95
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
93
Accessories, Continued
Description
For Use
With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Three-Phase Terminal
For use with three-phase commoning link
65A 600V maximum
Bottom feed
140-MN
10 140-LD
For use with three-phase commoning link
65A 600V maximum
Top feed, overlaps commoning link,
5.260mm
2
13.296mm
2
(#10#6 AWG)
10 140-L2
Three-Phase Commoning Link
For lineside connection of adjacent starters 65A
For 45mm Spacing (Can not be used with 140-DC1 Adapter
Plate)
140-MN
10
140-L452 For linking 2 Bulletin 140 Starters
For linking 3 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L453
For linking 4 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L454
For linking 5 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L455
For lineside connection of adjacent starters 65A
For 54mm Spacing (Can be used with 140-DC1 Adapter Plate)
140-L12 For linking 2 Bulletin 140 Starters
For linking 3 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L13
For linking 4 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L11
For linking 5 Bulletin 140 Starters 140-L1
Terminal Cover
For use with three-phase commoning link
Covers unused terminations.
10 140-L3
Adapter Plate Installs on 35 mm DIN Rail
Holds Cat. No. 140-MN and Bulletin 100M (5...9A) or 100C
(9...23A) contactor
140-MN 3 140-KBD
Adapter Plate Installs on 35 mm DIN Rail
Holds Cat. No. 140-MN and Bulletin 104M (5...9A) or 104C
(9...23A) contactor
140-MN 3 140-KBR
Connector Kit Simplifies power wiring between:
Bulletin 140-MN and Bulletin 100-C Contactor
140-MN
1
140-NW23
Bulletin 140-MN and Bulletin 100M Miniature Contactor 1 140-KCD4
Cat. No. 140-L2
Cat. No. 140-LD
Connector Kit
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
94
Accessories, Continued
0 Voltages: 120, 240, 400, 415, 480. Insert voltage selected at the end of Cat. No. Example:Cat. No. 140-LR120. Not compatible with locking
attachment Cat. No. 140-N22.
Description For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
IP41 Enclosure
IP41 Non-Metallic Enclosure with Knockouts for PG16 and
PG21 Fittings. Suitable for flexible cable with internal
ground wire or conduit when externally grounded around
the outside of the enclosure.
140-MN
1 140-E41
IP55 Enclosure
IP55 Non-Metallic Enclosure with Knockouts for PG16 and
PG21 Fittings. Suitable for flexible cable with internal
ground wire or conduit when externally grounded around
the outside of the enclosure.
1 140-E55
Push Button Membrane 1 140-N18
Pilot Light For above
enclosures
Red Pilot Light
1
140-LR_ _ _ 0
Green Pilot Light 140-LG_ _ _ 0
White Pilot Light 140-LW_ _ _ 0
Yellow Pilot Light 140-LY_ _ _ 0
Locking Attachment
For IP55 and IP41 enclosures, permits locking starter in
the OFF position with up to 3 padlocks. Accepts up to
8.5mm (5/16") locks.
Note: Not compatible with pilot lights.
140-MN 1 140-N22
Padlock Attachment
Permits padlocking the Start button in the off
position.
Accepts 8mm (5/16") padlock up to three padlocks.
140-MN 1 140-N24
Panel Mounting Adapter
Permits screw mounting of Bulletin 140
140-MN 1 140-N12
Padlockable Operating Knob
Accepts 8mm (5/16")
padlock up to three
padlocks.
Permits padlocking in the off
position.
black
140-CMN 1
140-KN
red/yellow 140-KRY
Cat. No.
140-E41
Cat. No.
140-E55
Pilot Light
Product Selection Page 89
Specifications Page 95
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
95
Specifications
IEC Performance Data
Specifications: UL/CSA Ratings as a Manual Motor Starter
(UL 508, CSA C22.2 No. 14)
Cat. No. 140-MN
0.16A 0.25A 0.4A 0.63A 1A 1.6A 2.5A 4A 6.3A 10A 16A 20A 25A
Switching of Standard
Three-Phase Motors
AC-2, AC-3
230/240V[kW]

0.06/
0.09
0.09/
0.12
0.18/
0.25 0.37
0.55/
0.75
1.1/
1.5
1.5/
3.0 3.7/4.0 5.5 5.5/7.5
400/415V[kW]
0.02 0.04
0.06/
0.09
0.09/
0.12
0.18/
0.37
0.37/
0.55
0.55/
0.75 1.1/1.5
2.2/
2.5
3.0/
5.5 5.5/7.5 7.5/10 11/12.5
500V[kW]
0.25 0.37
0.55/
0.75 1.1 1.5/2.2
2.5/
3.0
3.7/
6.3 7.5/10 11 12.5/16
690V[kW]
0.25
0.37/
0.55 0.75/1.1 1.5 2.2/3.0
3.7/
4.0
5.5/
7.5 10/12.5 15/16 18.5/22
Back-Up Fuses
gG, aM,
only if I
cc
> I
cu
230/240V[A] 125 125 125
400/415V[A] 125 125 125 125
500V[A] 100 100 100 100 100
690V[A] 50 50 63 80 80 80 80
Ultimate Short-Circuit
Breaking Capacity I
cu
230/240V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 30 20 20
400/415V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 20 10 8 8
500V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 30 6 6 6 6
690V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 4.5 8 8 4.5 3 3 3
Rated Short-Circuit
Breaking Capacity I
cs
230/240V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 20 16 16
400/415V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 16 6 6 6
500V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 20 6 4.5 4.5 4.5
690V[kA] 100 100 100 100 100 100 4.5 6 6 3 3 3 3
Cat. No. 140-MN
0.16A 0.25A 0.4A 0.63A 1A 1.6A 2.5A 4A 6.3A 10A 16A 20A 25A
Max. Short-Circuit
Current
480V[kA] 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 14 10 10 10
600V[kA] 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 10 10 5 5 5
Motor Load, 1-Phase
115V[HP] 1/10 1/8 1/4 1/2 1 1-1/2 2
200V[HP]
230V[HP] 1/6 1/3 1/2 1-1/2 2 3 3
Motor Load, 3-Phase
200V[HP] 1/2 3/4 1-1/2 2 3 5 5
230V[HP] 1/2 1 1-1/2 3 5 5 7-1/2
460V[HP] 1/2 3/4 1 2 3 5 10 10 15
575V[HP] 1/2 1 1-1/2 3 5 7-1/2 10 15 20
Max. Back-Up Short-Circuit Protective Device (Fuse or Circuit Breaker)
[A] 1200
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
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Specifications, Continued
IEC Performance Data
Specifications: CSA/UL Ratings as a Manual Motor Starter
(CSA C22.2, UL 508 No. 14)
Cat. No. 140-CMN
25A 40A 63A 90A
Switching of Standard Three-Phase Motors
AC-2, AC-3
230/240V [kW] 5.5/7.5 10/11 12.5/20 22/25
400/415V [kW] 7.5/12.5 15/22 25/31.5 37/45
500V [kW] 11/16 18.5/25 30/40 45/55
690V [kW] 15/22 25/30 37/55 63/75
Back-Up Fuses
gG, aM,
only if I
cc
> I
cu
230/240V [A]
400/415V [A] 160 160 160 160
500V [A] 160 160 160 160
690V [A] 160 160 160 160
Ultimate Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity I
cu
230/240V [kA] 100 100 100 100
400/415V [kA] 65 65 65 50
500V [kA] 50 30 30 25
690V [kA] 15 8 8 6
Rated Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity I
cs
230/240V [kA] 100 100 100 100
400/415V [kA] 65 50 50 25
500V [kA] 50 25 25 13
690V [kA] 15 6 6 6
Cat. No. 140-CMN
25A 40A 63A 90A
Max. Short-Circuit Current
480V [kA] 65 65 65 65
600V [kA] 42 42 42 30
Motor Load, 1-Phase
115V [HP] 2 3 5 7-1/2
200V [HP] 3 5 10 15
230V [HP] 3 7-1/2 10 20
Motor Load, 3-Phase
200V [HP]
230V [HP] 7-1/2 10 20 30
460V [HP] 15 30 40 60
575V [HP] 20 30 60 75
Max. Back-Up Short-Circuit Protective
Device (Fuse or Circuit Breaker)
[A] 2000
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
97
Specifications, Continued
General
Cat. No. 140-MN Cat. No. 140-CMN
Rated Insulation Voltage
IEC, SEV, VDE 0660 690V
CSA, UL 600V
Rated Frequency 4060 Hz
Life Span
Mechanical 100 000 operations 30 000 operations
Electrical 100 000 operations
10 000 operations at 63A
5 000 operations at 90A
Frequency of Operation max. 30 operations/hour max. 20 operations/hour
Ambient Temperature
Storage 25+80C (13176F)
Operation 25+60C (13140F)
Corrosion Resistance C IV (per IEC 68)
Resistance to heat and humidity 40C, 92%, 56 days
Resistance to cyclic temperature
stress and humidity
23C, 83% / 40C, 93%, 56 cycles
Type of Protection IP20 in closed state
Shock Resistance 30 G, 20 ms in testing
Resistance to Vibration
Frequency range 10150 Hz
In all directions >7.5 G in testing
Rated Thermal Current I
th
IEC, SEV, VDE 0660
At 40C ambient temperature
At 60C ambient temperature 0.125A 1690A
Rated Current I
e
13 adjustment ranges 4 adjustment ranges
0.125A 1690A
Rated Impulse Voltage/Pollution
Degree
U
imp
/Degree
Main circuits 6 kV/3
Auxiliary circuits 6 kV/3
Overload Protection
Characteristic motor protection per IEC 947
Temperature compensation 20...+60C (4...140F)
Phase failure protection differential release
Magnetic Release
Operating current
fixed setting
11 x I
e
max.
fixed setting
14 x I
e
max.
I
e
max. = maximum value of adjustment range
Power Loss P
v
At rated current and with switch at
operating temperature 7 W 33 W
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
98
Specifications, Continued
General, Continued
Accessories
Cat. No. 140-MN Cat. No. 140-CMN
Standards
IEC 947-1/2/4/5;
EN 60947;
UL 508; CSA 22.2
Approvals
CE, SEV, Germ. Lloyd, CEBEC, PTB, DEMKO,
SEMKO, SETI, NEMKO, UL, CSA,
Bureau Veritas,
Lloyds Reg. of Shipping,
Maritime Reg. of Shipping,
RINA, KEMA
CE, CSA, UL,
Lloyds Reg. of Shipping (in preparation)
Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 14 1 x 2.535
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 16 1 x 450
Breakaway torque [Nm] 2.5 610
Stranded [AVG] No. 1610 No. 122
Breakaway torque [lb-in.] 2026 53120
Weight
3-pole [g (lb)] 290 (0.64) 1845 (4.10)
Auxiliary Contacts for Internal Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-MN, 140-A
Auxiliary Contacts for Left Side Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-MN, 140-A
Rated Thermal Current I
th
At 40C ambient temperature (A) 6 10
At 60C ambient temperature (A) 4 6
NEMA Contact Rating
(CSA/UL approval) AC B 600 Standard Pilot Duty B 600 Standard Pilot Duty
DC R 300 Light Pilot Duty R 300 Light Pilot Duty
Contacts
Contact reliability per DIN 19 240
Bifurcated contacts
solid-state, hard wired
Back-Up Fuses gl, gL (A) 16 16
Rated Current
AC-15:
230/240V
2A
400/415V
1A
500V
0.8A
690V
0.5A
230/240V
2A
400/415V
1A
500V
0.8A
690V
0.5A
DC-13: 24V
2A
48V
0.6A
110V
0.2A
220V
0.1A
24V
2A
48V
0.6A
110V
0.2A
220V
0.1A
Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 0.752.5 1 x 0.752.5
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 0.754 1 x 0.754
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 2.5 2.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1814 No. 1814
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 2026 2026
Weight [g (lb)] 12 (0.03) 35 (0.08)
Product Selection Page 89
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
99
Specifications, Continued
Accessories, Continued
Auxiliary Contacts for Front Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-CMN, 140-CA
Auxiliary Trip Indicating Contacts for
Internal Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-MN, 140-T
Rated Thermal Current I
th
At 40C ambient temperature (A) 10 6
At 60C ambient temperature (A) 6 4
NEMA Contact Rating
(CSA/UL Approvals) AC B 600 Standard Pilot Duty B 600 Standard Pilot Duty
DC R 300 Light Pilot Duty R 300 Light Pilot Duty
Back-Up Fuses gl, gL (A) 16 16
Rated Current
AC-15:
230/240V
3A
400V
2.5A
500V
1.5A
690V
0.75A
230/240V
2A
400/415V
1A
500V
0.8A
690V
0.5A
DC-13: 24V
2A
48V
0.6A
110V
0.2A
220V
0.1A
440V
0.04A
24V
2A
48V
0.6A
110V
0.2A
230V
0.1A
Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 2 x 0.752.5 1 x 0.752.5
Stranded [mm
2
] 2 x 0.752.5 1 x 0.754
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 11.5 2.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1814 No. 1814
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 8.810.3 2026
Weight [g (lb)] 31 (0.07) 13 (0.03)
Trip Indicating Contacts for Front Mounting
on Cat. No. 140-CMN, 140-CT
Integrated Short-Circuit Indicator in
Cat. No. 140-CUVand 140-CRT
Rated Thermal Current I
th
At 40C ambient temperature (A) 10 2
At 60C ambient temperature (A) 6 2
NEMA Contact Rating
(CSA/UL Approvals) AC B 600 Standard Pilot Duty in preparation
DC R 300 Light Pilot Duty
Back-Up Fuses gl, gL (A) 16
Rated Current
AC-15:
230V
3A
400V
2.5A
500V
1.5A
690V
0.75A
AC-14:
24V
1.5A
110V
1.5A
230V
1.0A
400V
1.0A
500V
0.75A
DC-13: 24V
2A
48V
0.6A
110V
0.2A
230V
0.1A
440V
0.04A
DC-13:
24V
1.5A
48V
0.5A
60V
0.4A
110V
0.2A

Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 2 x 0.752.5 2 x 0.752.5
Stranded [mm
2
] 2 x 0.752.5 2 x 0.752.5
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 11.5 11.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1812 No. 1812
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 8.810.3 8.810.3
Weight [g (lb)] 31 (0.07) 91 (0.21)
Product Selection Page 89
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
100
Specifications, Continued
Accessories, Continued
Undervoltage Trip Unit for Right Side
Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-MN, 140-UV
Undervoltage Trip Unit for Front
Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-CMN, 140-CUV
Operating Voltage
Pickup
0.81.1 x U
s
0.81.1 x U
s
Dropout
0.70.35 x U
s
0.70.35 x U
s
Duty Cycle Continuous Continuous
Control Voltages
min.: 12V 50 Hz/14V 60 Hz 12V 50 Hz/14V 60 Hz
max.: 600V 50 Hz 600V 50 Hz
Coil Performance
Pickup 8.5 VA, 6 W upon inquiry
Dropout 3 VA, 1.2 W upon inquiry
Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 0.752.5 2 x 0.752.5
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 0.754 2 x 0.752.5
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 2.5 11.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1814 No. 1812
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 2026 8.810.3
Weight [g (lb)] 104 (0.23) 94 (0.21)
Shunt Trip for Right Side Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-MN, 140-RT
Shunt Trip for Front Mounting on
Cat. No. 140-CMN, 140-CRT
Operating Voltage
Pickup
0.71.1 x U
s
0.71.1 x U
s
Dropout
Duty Cycle Continuous Continuous
Control Voltages
min.: 12V 50 Hz/14V 60 Hz 12V 50 Hz/14V 60 Hz
max.: 600V 50 Hz 600V 50 Hz
Coil Performance
Pickup 8.5 VA, 6 W upon inquiry
Dropout 3 VA, 1.2 W upon inquiry
Terminals
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 0.752.5 2 x 0.752.5
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 0.754 2 x 0.752.5
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 2.5 11.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1814 No. 1812
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 2026 8.810.3
Weight [g (lb)] 100 (0.22) 94 (0.21)
Product Selection Page 89
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
101
Specifications, Continued
Accessories, Continued
Cat. No. 140-CL2 Current Limiter
Rated Voltage (V) 690
Continuous Current (A) 65
Rated Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity I
cu
/ I
cs
Thermal
Release
Adjustment
Range
Magnetic
Release
Operating
Current
140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector
140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector
with 140-CL2 Current Limiter
Breaking Capacity I
cu
/ I
cs
Breaking Capacity I
cu
/ I
cu
per IEC 947-2, 4060 Hz at: per IEC 947-2, 4060 Hz at:
230/240V 400/415V 500V 690V 230/240V 400/415V 500V 690V
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
I
cu
I
cs
[A] [A] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA] [kA]
0.10.16 1.8 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
0.160.25 2.8 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
0.250.4 4.4 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
0.40.63 6.9 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
0.631.0 11 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
1.01.6 18 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
1.62.5 28 100 100 100 100 100 100 4.5 4.5 100 100 100 100 100 100 4.5 4.5
2.54.0 44 100 100 100 100 100 100 8 6 100 100 100 100 100 100 8 6
4.06.3 69 100 100 100 100 30 20 8 6 100 100 100 100 50 50 8 6
6.310 110 100 100 20 16 6 6 4.5 3 100 100 50 50 50 50 4.5 3
1016 176 30 20 10 6 6 4.5 3 3 50 50 50 50 20 20 3 3
1620 220 20 16 8 6 6 4.5 3 3 50 50 50 50 10 4.5 3 3
2025 275 20 16 8 6 6 4.5 3 3 50 50 50 50 10 4.5 3 3
Terminals No. 2, 4, 6 (over) No. 1, 3, 5 (under)
Terminal type
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 0.754 1x 416
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 0.756 1 x 625
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 2.5 2.5
Stranded [AWG] No. 1410 No. 146
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 2529 2026
Weight [g (lb)] 210 (0.46)
I
cs
Rated short-circuit breaking capacity
I
cu
Ultimate short-circuit breaking capacity
IEC 947-2 Performance Categories: O = Open
I
cu
Operational after completing O-t-CO test sequence
CO = Close and open
I
cs
Suitable for normal operation after completing O-t-CO-t-CO
test sequence
t = Time (open)
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
102
Specifications, Continued
Accessories, Continued
Cat. No. 140-LD
Three-Phase Terminal
Cat. No. 140-L2
Three-Phase Terminal
Terminals
Terminal type
No. 2, 4, 6 (over) No. 2, 4, 6 (over) No. 1, 3, 5
Flexible [mm
2
] 1 x 0.754 1 x 416 1 x 416
Stranded [mm
2
] 1 x 0.756 1 x 625
Breakaway Torque [Nm] 2.5 2.5 4
Stranded [AWG] No. 146 No. 1410 No. 146
Breakaway Torque [lb-in.] 2529 2026 36
Weight [g (lb)] 151 (0.33) 36 (0.08)
Cat. No. 140-L45 Compact Bus Bars Cat. No. 140-L1 Compact Bus Bars
Rated Insulation Voltage 690V 690V
Rated Thermal Current I
th
63A 63A
Weight [g (lb)]
42 (0.09) (140-L452)
69 (0.15) (140-L453)
94 (0.21) (140-L454)
119 (0.26) (140-L455)
45 (0.10) (140-L12)
76 (0.17) (140-L13)
104 (0.23) (140-L11)
135 (0.30) (140-L1)
Cat. No. 140-L3 Blank Space Cover
Weight [g (lb)] 3.3 (0.01)
Cat. No. 140-E41 Enclosure Cat. No. 140-E55 Enclosure
Type of Protection IP41 IP55 (with seal and protective membrane)
Ambient Temperature 25C+ 40C (13104F) 25C+ 40C (13104F)
Weight [g (lb)] 250 (0.55) 258 (0.57)
Cat. No. 140-N18 Push Button Membrane
Weight [g (lb)] 8 (0.02)
Cat. No. 140-L-Pilot Light
Type of Protection IP54
Operating Voltages 120, 240, 400, 415, 480V
Weight [g (lb)] 10 (0.02)
Cat. No. 140-N22 Locking Attachment Cat. No. 140-N24 Locking Attachment
Weight [g (lb)] 19 (0.04) 11 (0.02)
Cat. No. 140-N12 Screw Adapter Cat. No. 140-KOperating Knob
Weight [g (lb)] 16 (0.04) 16 (0.04)
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
103
Specifications, Continued
Cut-Off Current
140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector
Maximum cut-off current
Rated operating voltage 400V
Maximum forward energy
Rated operating voltage 400V
140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector with 140-CL2 Current Limiter
Maximum cut-off current
Rated operating voltage 400V
Maximum forward energy
Rated operating voltage 400V
I
cc
asymmetrical
I
cc
symmetrical

s
I
D
The 140-MN limits solid short-circuit current I
cc
(prospective short-circuit
current). I
D
is the maximum cut-off current (highest instantaneous value
of the limited short-circuit current). This value is indicated in the following
diagrams as a function of the progressive system short-circuit current.
M
a
x
.
C
u
t
-
O
f
f
C
u
r
r
e
n
t
I
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
D
[
k
A
]
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
M
a
x
.
F
o
r
w
a
r
d
E
n
e
r
g
y
i
2
3
2
d
t
[
1
0
A
s
]
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
M
a
x
.
C
u
t
-
O
f
f
C
u
r
r
e
n
t
I
D
[
k
A
]
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
M
a
x
.
F
o
r
w
a
r
d
E
n
e
r
g
y
i
2
3
2
d
t
[
1
0
A
s
]
Product Selection Page 89
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
104
Specifications, Continued
Cut-Off Current, Continued
Protection of PVC Insulated Leads Against Overload and During Short-Circuit
140-CMN Manual Motor Starter/Protector
Maximum cut-off current
Rated operating voltage 415V
Maximum forward energy
Rated operating voltage 415V
Cat. No.
Protected Min. Copper Cross-Section at 400V 50 Hz
As per IEC 364 and CENELEC
coordination documents 384-3 and 384-4.
10mm
2
6mm
2
4mm
2
2.5mm
2
1.5mm
2
1mm
2
0.75mm
2
140-MN-0400 B B B B B B
In the 140 series manual motor starter/
protector, overload protection is achieved
by means of the adjustable thermal
releases. The maximum possible tripping
current is substantially lower than in fused
overload protection. Short-circuit
protection is provided by the
non-adjustable magnetic release which is
capable of opening the main contacts very
quickly. The short total breaking time limits
temperature rise in the lead to a minimum
in the event of a short-circuit.
140-MN-0630 B B B B B B
140-MN-1000 B B B B B
140-MN-1600 B B B B
140-MN-2000 B B B
140-MN-2500 B B B
140-CMN-2500 B B B B
140-CMN-4000 B B B
140-CMN-6300 B B
140-CMN-9000 B
M
a
x
.
C
u
t
-
O
f
f
C
u
r
r
e
n
t
I
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
D
[
k
A
]
100.00
10.00
1.00
1.0 10.0 100.0
0.8
0.7
Prospective Short-Circuit Current I
cc
[kA]
M
a
x
.
F
o
r
w
a
r
d
E
n
e
r
g
y
i
2
3
2
d
t
[
1
0
A
s
]
1000.0
100.0
10.0
1.0 10.0 100.0
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
105
Specifications, Continued
Time-Current Characteristic
140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector 140-CMN Manual Motor Starter/Protector
1) Thermal Releases Operating Current:
The adjustable current-dependent delayed bimetal release
protects motors against overload. The characteristic shows the
mean at 20Cambient temperature starting fromthe cold state.
In equipment at operating temperature, release time is less
than or equal to release time from the cold state. The precise
routine test guarantees motor protection even when a phase is
interrupted.
Motor protection in protection type EExe:
Pursuant to VDE0165/83, the release time of the cold overload
release must be less than the allowed locked-rotor timet
E
of
the motor.
The specific tripping characteristics must be available at the
operating site. If necessary, they can be ordered from the
appropriate Allen-Bradley sales office. For new systems,
protection equipment must be provided for motors in
accordance with VDE 0165/83, section 6.1.4.3.3. Such
protection equipment must ensure motor protection even in the
event of a phase failure.
The 140-MN Manual Motor Starter/Protector meets this
condition for motors of up to 3 kW rated output. In motors with
a rated output greater than 3 kW, additional protection devices
must be provided which ensure motor protection even in the
event of a phase failure.
The 140-CMN Manual Motor Starter/Protector meets these
conditions for all rated power outputs.
2) Operating Current for Magnetic Releases:
Electromagnetic instantaneous releases react at a set tripping
current.
At the upper thermal release setting, this tripping current is 11
times (140-MN) or 14 times (140-CMN) the set current; at a
lower setting it is correspondingly higher.
Current To Be Set:
Thermal releases meet the requirements for a thermal release
for a starter in accordance with IEC 947. If a different value is
specified (such as reduced I
e
in motors with a coolant
temperature higher than 40Cor a site altitude >2000 mabove
M.S.L.), the rated operating current I
e
must be adjusted.
Note:
In certain applications such as in multi-speed motors or
star-delta starters for heavy duty start and/or reduced motor
lead cross-sections, the Bulletin 140 devices are used only as
short-circuit protection, while overload protection is
accomplished by thermal overload relays.
The Bulletin 140 circuit breaker must be set for a 20% higher
current so that only the downstream thermal overload relays
trip in the event of an overload.
R
e
l
e
a
s
e
t
i
m
e
[
s
]
Multiple of the Set Current I
eF
R
e
l
e
a
s
e
t
i
m
e
[
s
]
Multiple of the Set Current I
eF
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Approximate Dimensions Page 106
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
106
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
EN 50022
25
(63/64)
45
(1-3/4)
88
(3-15/32)
9
(11/32)
45
(1-25/32)
18
(23/32)
4
(5/32)
44
(1-3/4)
6
(1/4)
60
(2-3/8)
25
(63/64)
4.5
(3/16)
45.4(1-51/64)
2 (5/64)
7
7
.
5
(
3
-
3
/
6
4
)
1
6
0
(
6
-
1
9
/
6
4
)
4
(
5
/
3
2
)
1
6
8
(
6
-
3
9
/
6
4
)
1
0
(
2
5
/
6
4
)
1
6
5
(
6
-
1
/
2
)
1
4
0
(
5
-
3
3
/
6
4
)
45.4(1-51/64)
12.5 (1/4)
24
(15/16)
24
(15/16)
12.5 (1/4)
10 (25/64)
.71 5/64
2
(
5
/
6
4
)
79.5 (3 -1/8)
114 (4-31/64)
97 (3-13/16)
63 (2-31/64)
6 (1/4)
15 (19/32)
5 (13/64)
56 (2-13/64)
140.6 (5-17/32)
6
8
.
3
(
2
-
1
1
/
1
6
)
3
5
.
4
(
1
-
2
5
/
6
4
)
6
4
.
3
(
2
-
1
7
/
3
2
)
2
5
.
5
(
1
)
4
1
.
5
(
1
-
4
1
/
6
4
)
4
1
.
5
(
1
-
4
1
/
6
4
)
1
6
(
5
/
8
)
4
5
(
1
-
2
5
/
3
2
)
1
6
(
5
/
8
)
120 (4-23/32)
Cat. No. 140-MN +
Cat. No. 140-UV/RT +
Auxiliary Contacts Cat. No. 140-A11/A20/A02
Mounting Position
Cat. No. 140-MN
Mounting Position
Cat. No. 140-CMN
Cat. No. 140-CMN
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Specifications Page 95
Bulletin 140
Manual Motor Starter/Protectors
107
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
45
(1-25/32)
47.5
(1-7/8)
25
(43/64)
30
(1-3/16)
45
(1-3/4)
44
(1-3/4)
4
(5/32)
34
(1-11/32)
4
(5/32)
108
(4-1/4)
45
(1-3/4)
88
(3-15/32)
9
(11/32)
45
(1-25/32)
18
(23/32)
4
(5/32)
44
(1-3/4)
12.5
(1/2)
22.5
(29/32)
6
(1/4)
60
(2-3/8)
45
(1-25/32)
55
(2-5/32)
48
(1-29/32)
115
(4-17/32)
48
(1-29/32)
6
(1/4)
60
(2-3/8)
4..8
(3/16)
87
(3-27/64)
88
(3-15/32)
130
(5-1/8)
45
(1-49/64)
P
G
1
6
P
G
2
1
88
(3-15/32)
10
(25/64)
5
(13/64)
149
(5-7/8)
4
(5/32)
44.5
(1-3/4)
24
(1)
14
(5/8)
12
(1/2)
2
4
.
5
(
1
)
1
7
.
5
(
2
3
/
3
2
)
14
(5/8)
12
(1/2)
Cat. No. 140-MN +
Cat. No. 140-UV/RT +
Auxiliary Contacts Cat. No. 140-A11/A20/A02
Cat. No. 140-MN +
Commoning Link Cat. No. 140-L__
Terminal Cat. No. 140-L_
Current Limiter Cat. No. 140-CL2 or
Terminal Cat. No. 140-LD
Cat. No. 140-MN + Cat. No. 140-CL2 or
Cat. No. 140-LD
Cat. No. 140-L2
Panel Mounting Adaptor
Cat. No. 140-N12
Enclosure
Cat. No. 140-E__
Product Selection Page 89
Accessories Page 91
Specifications Page 95
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
108
Bulletin 140
Modularity = Flexibility
Simplifies Installation
and Engineering
Layouts
Labor Saving
Pre-Construction
Greater Flexibility for
Modifications,
Replacing Components,
and Extending Existing
Systems
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Description
The Bulletin 140 Panel System simplifies panel design and installation using three-
phase bus bar. The systemconsists of modules which accommodate 35mm DINrail
mounting motor starters, contactors, overload relays and accessories. Assembly of
the modules including installation and interwiring of electrical components may be
accomplished at the work bench. These modules can then be snapped on the bus
bar for line side power connection. The modules may be easily moved or rearranged
as future circuit changes may require.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
CEC Part 1/87 CE
IEC 947-1 CSA Certified
IEC 439-1 UL Listed
IEC 364
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of bus bar, terminal, terminal
cover, end cover and support selected.
Cat. No. of any accessories, if
required.
NEC 88
VDE 0106, Part 100
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL 486
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
109
Product Selection
0 Rated 45A UL.
Description
DIN Rail
35mm
Size
[mm] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Component Mounting Plate
Mounting plate for installation of
equipment. Snaps on to bus bar
snap-on modules.
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 10 140-B154
2 x 7.5 10 140-B254
1 x 15 81 x 180 10 140-B181
2 x 7.5 10 140-B281
2 x 7.5 108 x 180 0 10 140-B2108
without
DIN rail
54 x 180 10 140-B054
without
DIN rail
81 x 180 10 140-B081
Screw-On Module
For mounting component
mounting plates on standard
panels or to a DIN rail.
54 10 140-W1
Bus Bar Snap-On Modules
Clips onto bus bar and
provides feed to the
components.
Model without equipment feed
to be used for
mechanical stabilization when
several modules are used.
Rated Current [A]
Pole Center
Spacing [mm] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
25 40 10 140-S125
25 long leads 40 10 140-S125L
63 0 40 1 140-S163
63 0 long leads 40 1 140-S163L
100 40 1 140-S1100
without equipment feed 10 140-S10
25 60 10 140-S225
25 long leads 60 10 140-S225L
63 0 60 1 140-S263
63 0 long leads 60 1 140-S263L
100 60 1 140-S2100
without equipment feed 10 140-S20
Bus Bar
1500 mm in length
Rated Current [A]
Size
[mm] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
204 12 x 5 6 140-BB125
240 15 x 5 6 140-BB155
274 20 x 5 6 140-BB205
327 25 x 5 6 140-BB255
379 30 x 5 6 140-BB305
Accessories Page 111
Specifications Page 113
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
110
Product Selection, Continued
0 I
th
= Rated Thermal Current.
O Rated 45A UL.
Description
DIN Rail
35mm Size [mm]
I
th
0
[A] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Equipment Modules
40 mm Pole Center Spacing
Pre-assembled module snaps
onto bus bar. Consists of a com-
ponent mounting plate and bus
bar snap-on module.
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 25 1 140-GS1125
2 x 7.5 54 x 180 25 1 140-GS1225
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS1163
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS1163L
2 x 7.5 54 x 180 1 140-GS120
1 x 15 81 x 180 25 1 140-GS2125
1 x 7.5 81 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS2163
1 x 15 81 x 180 100 1 140-GS21100
1 x 15 81 x 180 1 140-GS210
Equipment Modules
60 mm Pole Center Spacing
Pre-assembled module snaps
onto bus bar. Consists of a com-
ponent mounting plate and bus
bar snap-on module.
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 25 1 140-GS3125
2 x 7.5 54 x 180 25 1 140-GS3225
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS3163
1 x 7.5 54 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS3163L
2 x 7.5 54 x 180 1 140-GS320
1 x 15 81 x 180 25 1 140-GS4125
1 x 7.5 81 x 180 63 O 1 140-GS4163
1 x 15 81 x 180 100 1 140-GS41100
1 x 15 81 x 180 1 140-GS410
Equipment Module with Mov-
able DIN Rail
40 mm Pole Center Spacing
The movable DIN rail makes it
possible to move the lower DIN
rail in a vertical direction.
2 x 7.5 54 x 180 25 1 140-GSMR12-25
Equipment Module with Mov-
able DIN Rail
60 mm Pole Center Spacing
The movable DIN rail makes it
possible to move the lower DIN
rail in a vertical direction.
1 x 15 54 x 180 25 1 140-GSMR32-25
Power Terminal
40 mm Pole Center Spacing
Equipment mount specially
designed for group feed via cur-
rent limiters. Equipment feed is
from bus-bars.
1 x 7.5 54 x 140 63 O 1 140-S11V35
Accessories Page 111
Specifications Page 113
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
111
Accessories
Description
Conductor Cross-
Section [mm
2
]
Bus Bar
Thickness [mm] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Supply Terminals
Individual terminals for bus-bar
feed.
2.516
(#14-6 AWG)
5 25 140-V116
10 25 140-V216
2.535
(#14-2 AWG)
5 25 140-V135
10 25 140-V235
3570
(#2-00 AWG)
5 25 140-V170
10 25 140-V270
Terminal Cover
Cover provides protection against
accidental contact with terminals
and bus bar.
Can be used with 40 mm and 60
mm pole center spacing.
180 (Height) 1 140-BK60
Bus-Bar Support
40 mm Pole Center Spacing
3-pole, 660V 50/60 Hz.
Flame-resistant polymer.
60 mm Pole Center Spacing
3-pole, 660V 50/60 Hz.
Flame-resistant polymer.
The bus bar support can easily be
adjusted with a locking slide to
accommodate different sizes of bus
bar.
12 x 5
15 x 5
10 140-T40
12 x 5
15 x 5, 15 x 10
20 x 5, 20 x 10
25 x 5, 25 x 10
30 x 5, 30 x 10
10 140-T60
End Cover
Prevents contact with the bus-bar
ends. The end cover is screwed to
the bus-bar support.
40 10 140-T40E
60 10 140-T60E
Dovetail Connector Clip
Dovetail connector clips are used
to provide more stability between
equipment modules.
10 140-K
Product Selection Page 109
Specifications Page 113
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
112
Accessories, Continued
Description
Bus-Bar
[mm]
Size
[mm] Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
End Covers for Equipment
Modules
Provides finger protection, pre-
vents contact with the
bus-bar system when using
mounting bases.
bottom
54 10
140-C11
top (3-pole opening) 140-C12
bottom
81 10
140-C21
top (3-pole opening) 140-C22
DIN Rail Support
For 54mm wide mount-
ing base
7.5 x 54 10 140-H1
For 81mm wide mount-
ing base
7.5 x 81 10 140-H2
15 x 81 10 140-H3
Insulating Cover
Provides finger protection
against exposed bus bar.
1225 x 5 10 140-BS5
1230 x 10 10 140-BS10
Mobile DIN Rail
For add-on to 54 mm
component mounting plate.
without control plug 1 140-MR54
Control Plug, Complete
Holder, pin unit
Socket unit for external leads
control plug, 6-pole 1 140-PH54-06
control plug, 10-pole 1 140-PH54-10
Blocking Module
Prevents modules from sliding
when bus-bars are mounted ver-
tically.
1225 x 5 10 140-BB
Spacing Clip
For 6.3 mm bus-bar thickness.
1225 x 5 10 140-CL
Product Selection Page 109
Specifications Page 113
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
113
Specifications
Mounting System
Shipping Weights [g (lb)] Specifications
Component Mounting Plate Power Terminal Power Terminal
140-B15495 (0.21) 140-S11V35270 (0.60) Rated Thermal Current63A 0
140-B254110 (0.24) Supply Terminals Rated Insulation Voltage690V
140-B181155 (0.34) 140-V11621 (0.05)
Conductor sizeline 416mm
2
load 635mm
2
140-B281170 (0.37) 140-V21623 (0.05)
140-B05475 (0.16) 140-V13544 (0.10)
Connection Diagram
140-B081100 (0.22) 140-V23547 (0.10)
Screw-On Module 140-V17075 (0.17)
140-W146 (0.10) 140-V27079 (0.17)
Bus Bar Snap-On Module Bus-Bar Support
140-S125200 (0.44) 140-T4066 (0.15)
140-S125L210 (0.46) 140-T60150 (0.33)
140-S163280 (0.62) End Covers Bus-Bar-System
140-S163L290 (0.64) 140-T40E66 (0.15)
40mm Bus-Bar Spacing 60mm Bus-Bar Spacing
140-S1100480 (1.06) 140-T60E150 (0.33)
140-S10155 (0.34) Terminal Cover
140-S225200 (0.44) 140-BK60100 (0.22)
140-S225L215 (0.47) Dovetail Connector Clip
140-S263280 (0.62) 140-K3 (0.01)
140-S263L300 (0.66)
End Covers for Equipment
Modules
140-S2100490 (1.08) 140-C118 (0.02)
140-S20155 (0.34) 140-C127 (0.02)
Equipment Modules 140-C2111 (0.02)
140-GS1125290 (0.64) 140-C2210 (0.02)
140-GS1225305 (0.67) Support DIN Rails Current carrying capacity per DIN 43 671
140-GS1163370 (0.82) 140-H118 (0.04) Continuous currents for bus-bars
of E-Cu with rectangular
cross-section in interior systems,
at 35C (95F) ambient
temperature and 65C (149F)
bar temperature.
Bus-BarAC to 60 Hz
Approximate Dimensions
[mm][A]
12 x 5204
15 x 5240
20 x 10427
20 x 5274
25 x 5327
30 x 5379
30 x 10573
140-GS1163L385 (0.85) 140-H228 (0.06)
140-GS120265 (0.58) 140-H353 (0.12)
140-GS2125350 (0.77) Insulating Cover
140-GS2163430 (0.95) 140-BS570 (0.15)
140-GS21100630 (1.39) 140-BS1090 (0.20)
140-GS210310 (0.68) Blocking Module
140-GS3125290 (0.64) 140-BB4 (0.01)
140-GS3225310 (0.68) Spacing Clip
140-GS3163370 (0.82) 140-CL1 (0.01)
140-GS3163L390 (0.86) Dimensional accuracy of bus-bars per DIN 1759
140-GS320265 (0.58)
140-GS4125350 (0.77)
140-GS4163430 (0.95)
140-GS41100640 (1.41) Thickness a [mm] 5 10
Tolerance 0.07 0.07 140-GS410310 (0.68)
Width b [mm] 12 15 20 25 30
Tolerance 0.08 0.1 0.15 0.15 0.15
Standards
IEC 947-4, EN 60439-1
Edge rounding R
at thickness a [mm] 5 10
acceptable R 0.2 0.4
Approvals
CSA, CE, UL-listed
0 Rated for 45A UL.
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Product Selection Page 109
Accessories Page 111
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
114
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches).
Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
0 For 5 mm bus-bar thickness break out filler pieces for 10 mm bus-bar thickness. See page 113 for maximum bus-bar width.
1
1
1
Cat. No. 140-B
Component Mounting Plate
Cat. No. 140-W1
Screw-On Module
Cat. No. 140-S
Bus Bar Snap-On Module
Cat. No. 140-GS
Equipment Module
Cat. No. 140-S11V35
Power Terminal
Cat. No. 140-T
Bus-Bar Support
Cat. No. 140-T-E
End Cover
Product Selection Page 109
Bulletin 140
Panel Mounting System
115
Approximate Dimensions, Continued
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
270 (10-5/8)
20 (25/32)
5
4
(
2
-
1
/
8
)
81 (3-3/16)
3
0
(
1
-
3
/
1
6
)
2
4
5
(
9
-
4
1
/
6
4
)
3
0
3
3(
1
-
1
9
/
6
4
)
1
8
2
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7
-
1
1
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6
4
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B
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A
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S
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P
O
R
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WIRING CHANNEL
(
1
-
3
/
1
6
)
3
0
(
1
-
3
/
1
6
)
4
2
(
1
-
2
1
/
3
2
)
1
0
0
(
3
-
1
5
/
1
6
)
(
9
-
4
1
/
6
4
)
Cat. No. 140-BK
Terminal Cover
Typical Layout
Product Selection Page 109
Accessories Page 111
Approximate Dimensions Page 114
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Control Relays
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Bulletin 700-CF
AC and DC Operating
Mechanisms
Positive- Guided Main
and Auxiliary Contacts
Front- and Side-
Mounted Auxiliary
Contacts
Guarded Terminals with
Backed-Out Terminal
Screws
Electronic and
Pneumatic Timing
Modules
Environmentally
Friendly Materials
Space-Saving Coil
Modules
Common accessories
with Bulletin 100-C
Contactors
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
4-Pole Control Relays, AC Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
6- and 8-Pole Control Relays, AC Operated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
4-Pole Control Relays, DC Operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Auxiliary Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Control Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Marking Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Renewal Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Technical Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Shipping Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Description
The Bulletin 700-CF range of 4-pole relays combined with its adder decks, timers and
accessories provides a highly flexible line of devices acceptable worldwide.
Your order must include:
Cat. No. of the relays required,
complete with coil suffix.
Cat. No. of adder decks, timers and
accessories required.
If required, the part number of
replacement coils.
Conformity to Standards Approvals
IEC 947-5-1 CE Certified
EN 50011, EN 50005, EN 50022 CSA Certified
UL 508 UL Listed, File E14840, Guide NKCR
VDE 0660
CSA C22.2 Part 14
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Control Relays
117
Product Selection
Type CF Control Relays 4-Pole AC Voltage
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 700-CF220
becomes Cat. No. 700-CF220F.
Type CF Control Relays 4-Pole DC Voltages
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code fromthe table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 700-CF220Z
becomes Cat. No. 700-CF220ZJ for 24V DC.
0 When ordering DJ coil with built-in surge suppression, remove Z from the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 700-CF400Z
becomes Cat. No. 700-CF400DJ
AC-1 AC-11 and AC-15
Connection Diagrams
Contacts
Cat. No.
I
e
[A] I
e
[A]
40C 60C 24/48V 120V 240V 400V 500V 600V 690V N.O. N.C.
25 20 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1
2 2 700-CF220
3 1 700-CF310
4 0 700-CF400
0 4 700-CF040
Voltage 12 24 32 36 42 48 100
100-
110 110 120 127 200
200-
220 208
208-
240
220-
230 230
230-
240 240 277 347 380
380-
400 400
400-
415 440 480 500 550 600
50 Hz R K V W X Y KP D P S KG F VA T N G B M C
60 Hz Q J V X KP D KG H L A T I E N B C
50/60 Hz KJ KY KP KD KG KF KA KN KB
AC-1 AC-11 and AC-15
Connection Diagrams
Contacts
Cat. No.
I
e
[A] I
e
[A]
40C 60C 24/48V 120V 240V 400V 500V 600V 690V N.O. N.C.
25 20 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1 2 2 700-CF220Z
3 1 700-CF310Z
4 0 700-CF400Z
Voltage 9 12 24 36 48 60 64 72 80 110 115 125 220 230 250
Standard R Q J W Y Z B G E D P S A F T
With diode sup-
pressor
DJ
Cat. No. 700-CF220 Cat. No. 700-CF310 Cat. No. 700-CF400
11
12
21
22
31
32
41
42
Accessories Page 119
Specifications Page 123
Approximate Dimensions Page 126
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 700-CF
Control Relays
118
Product Selection, Continued
Type CF Control Relays 6- and 8-Pole
Type CF Control Relays with Overlapping Side-Mounted Contacts
Type CF Control Relays with Standard Side-Mounted Contacts
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code fromthe table belowto complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 700-CFZ0510
becomes Cat. No. 700-CFZ0510F.
AC-1 AC-11 and AC-15
Left
Aux.
Relay
Arrangement
Right
Aux.
Contacts
Overlapping
Side-Mounted
Contacts
Cat. No.
I
e
[A] I
e
[A]
40C 60C 24/48V 120V 240V 400V 500V 600V 690V N.O. N.C. N.O. N.C.
25 20 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1
4 0 1 1 700-CFZ1510
3 1 1 1 700-CFZ1420
2 2 1 1 700-CFZ1330
25 20 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1
4 0 2 2 700-CFZ2620
3 1 2 2 700-CFZ2530
2 2 2 2 700-CFZ2440
AC-1 AC-11 and AC-15
Left
Aux.
Relay
Arrangement
Right
Aux.
Contacts
Standard Side-
Mounted
Contacts
Cat. No.
I
e
[A] I
e
[A]
40C 60C 24/48V 120V 240V 400V 500V 600V 690V N.O. N.C. N.O. N.C.
25 20 16 14 10 5 2.5 1.8 1
4 0 1 1 700-CFZ0510
3 1 1 1 700-CFZ0420
2 2 1 1 700-CFZ0330
4 0 2 2 700-CFZ0620
3 1 2 2 700-CFZ0530
2 2 2 2 700-CFZ0440
Voltage 12 24 32 36 42 48 100
100-
110 110 120 127 200
200-
220 208
208-
240
220-
230 230
230-
240 240 277 347 380
380-
400 400
400-
415 440 480 500 550 600
50 Hz R K V W X Y KP D P S KG F VA T N G B M C
60 Hz Q J V X KP D KG H L A T I E N B C
50/60 Hz KJ KY KP KD KG KF KA KN KB
Cat. No. 700-CFZ 0530 Cat. No. 700-CFZ 1420
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Control Relays
119
Accessories
Auxiliary Contacts
0 Control Relay and Auxiliary Contact
O Up to 8 auxiliary contacts may be mounted (a maximum of 4 N.C. contacts on the front of the contactor and a maximum of 2 N.O. contacts on
each side).
Description
N.O. N.C.
Connection
Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for
Front Mounting 0
2- and 4-pole
Quick and easy mounting without tools
Electronic compatible contacts to 17V, 5mA
Mutual positive guidance to the main
contactor poles (except for L types)
Models with equal function with several
terminal numbering choices
L = Late break / Early make
0 2 700-CF 100-FA02
1 1 700-CF
100-FA11
100-FB11
100-FC11
2 0 700-CF 100-FA20
1L 1L 700-CF 100-FBL11
0 4 700-CF 100-FA04
1 3 700-CF 100-FA13
2 2 700-CF
100-FA22
100-FB22
100-FC22
3 1 700-CF 100-FA31
4 0 700-CF 100-FA40
1+1L 1+1L 700-CF 100-FAL22
Description
N.O. N.C.
Connection
Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Auxiliary Contact Blocks for Side Mounting
without Sequence Terminal Designations O
1 and 2 pole
Two-way numbering for right or left
mounting on the contactor
Quick and easy mounting without tools
Electronic compatible contacts down to 17V,
5 mA
Mutual positive guidance and to the main
relay poles (except for
L types)
L = Late break/Early make
0 1 700-CF 100-SA01
1 0 700-CF 100-SA10
0 2 700-CF 100-SA02
1 1 700-CF 100-SA11
2 0 700-CF 100-SA20
L1 L1 700-CF 100-SAL11
-FA02
-FB11 -FC11
-FA11
-FA20
-FBL11
-FA22 -FB22
-FC22 -FA31
FA40 FAL22
-FA04 -FA13
-SA01 -SA10
-SA02 -SA11
-SA20 -SAL11
Product Selection Page 117
Specifications Page 123
Approximate Dimensions Page 126
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Control Relays
120
Accessories, Continued
Control Modules
Description
Connection
Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Pneumatic Timing Module ON Delay
Timed contact operates after the time
delay. Relay contact operates instanta-
neously.
Continuous adjustment range
ON-Delay
0.330 s Range
1.8180 s Range
700-CF
AC Coils
100-FPTA30
100-FPTA180
Pneumatic Timing Module OFF Delay
Timed contact will remain in operation until
the end of the time delay. Relay contact
operates instantaneously.
Continuous adjustment range
OFF-Delay
0.330 s Range
1.8180 s Range
700-CF
All
100-FPTB30
100-FPTB180
Electronic Timing Module
Changes all contacts on Bulletin 100-C
contactors and Bulletin 700-CF control
relays into timed contacts.
100-ETA
The contactor is switched on after the end
of the delay time.
ON-Delay
0.33 s Range
130 s Range
10180 s Range
110240V
50/60 Hz
110250VDC
700-CF
All
100-ETA3
100-ETA30
100-ETA180
100-ETB
After interruption of the control signal, the
contactor is switched off after the end of
the set delay time.
Continuous adjustment range
OFF-Delay
0.33 s
130 s
10180 s
110240V
50/60 Hz
700-CF
110...240V AC
coils
100-ETB3
100-ETB30
100-ETB180
Product Selection Page 117
Specifications Page 123
Approximate Dimensions Page 126
Cat. No.
100-FPTA30
Cat. No.
100-ETA30
Cat. No.
100-ETB30
B2 A1
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Accessories, Continued
Control Modules, Continued
Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 100-FL11
becomes Cat. No. 100-FL11J.0
0 For special voltages, consult Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
Description
Connection
Diagrams For Use With Cat. No.
Mechanical Latch
In contactors and relays with latching, the coil is immediately
switched off after closing by the contact on the latch (65-66).
Consequently, no holding current flows, and it can be used with
all contactor models with AC operating mechanism (with AC
coils), also for DC operation.
Auxiliary Contacts 1 N.O. + 1 N.C.
700-CF 100-FL11
Interface (Electronic)
Interface between the DC control signal (PLC) and the AC
operating mechanism of the contactor or relay.
Control Voltage (input voltage) 1830VDC
Relay Control Voltage 110240VAC
For use with 100-C/700-CF
Requires no additional surge suppression for the coils
Power consumption:
0.1 W at 18V DC
0.25 W at 24V DC
0.5 W at 30V DC
700-CF with
AC coils
100-JE
Description
Connection
Diagrams
For Use
With Cat. No.
Surge Suppressors
Surge Suppressors
reduce the high tran-
sient voltage generated
when the coil circuit is
opened.
Coil-mounted
Suitable for 100-C/
700-CF
RC Module
AC Operating
Mechanism
2448V
50/60Hz
700-CF
100-FSC48
110280V
50/60 Hz
100-FSC280
380480V
50/60 Hz
100-FSC480
Varistor Module
AC/DC Operating
Mechanism
1255V AC/
1277V DC
700-CF
100-FSV55
56136V AC/
78180V DC
100-FSV136
137277V AC/
181350V DC
100-FSV277
278575V AC 100-FSV575
Diode Module DC
Operating Mecha-
nism
12250VDC
700-CFwith
DC coils
100-FSD250
Voltage 24 48 100 110 120 230-240 240 277 380-400 400-415 440 480
50 Hz K Y KP D VA T N G B
60 Hz J D A T N B
Cat. No. 100-FL
Cat. No. 100-JE
E1, E2 = DC Signal
Prices Consult Sales Office or price list
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Accessories, Continued
Assembly Components
Marking Systems
Uniform labeling materials for contactors, motor startup equipment, timing relays and circuit breakers.
Coils
Description For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Protective Covers
Provides protection against unintended manual operation
For contactors and front mounted auxiliary contacts
700-CF, all 10 100-SCCA
100-FA, FB,
FC, FP, FL
1 100-SCFA
Description Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
Label Sheet
10 sheets with 105 self-adhesive paper labels each, 6 x 17mm
10 100-FMS
Marking Tag Sheet
10 sheets with 160 perforated paper labels each, 6 x 17mm
To be used with a transparent cover
10 100-FMP
Transparent Cover
100 each
To be used with marking tag sheets
100 100-FMC
Marking Tag Carriers
100 each
To be used with label frame: System V4/V5
System Bull. 1492W
100
100
100-FMA1
100-FMA2
AC Coil Code
AC Voltages
Cat. No.
700-CF DC Voltages DC Coil Code
Cat. No.
700-CF 50 Hz 60 Hz 50/60 Hz
Q 12V TA006 9 V R TA766
R 12V TA404 12 V Q TA708
J 24V TA013 24 V Diode DJ TA714M
K 24V TA407 24 V J TA714
KJ 24V TA855 36 V W TA719
V 32V 36V TA481 48 V Y TA724
W 36V TA410 60 V Z TA774
X 42V 48V TA482 64 V B TA727
Y 48V TA414 72 V G TA728
KY 48V TA860 80 V E TA729
KP 100V 100110V 100V TA861 110 V D TA733
D 110V 120V TA473 115 V P TA734
KD 110V TA856 125 V S TA737
P 120V TA425 220 V A TA747
S 127V TA428 230 V F TA749
KG 200V 200220V 200V TA862 250 V T TA751
H 208V TA049
L 200...220V 208240V TA296
A 220V 240V TA474
F 220...230V TA441
KF 230V TA851
VA 230240V TA440
T 240V 277V TA480
KA 240V TA858
I 347V TA065
E 380V TA067
N 380...400V 440V TA071
KN 400V TA863
G 400415V TA457
B 440V 480V TA475
KB 440V TA859
M 500V TA479
C 550V 600V TA476
Cat. No. 100-SCFA
Cat. No. 100-SCCA
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Specifications
General
0 If the accessory is a pneumatic timer or latch, there is no positive
guidance; the accessory contacts are independent
O Defined in IEC 947-5-1 annex L. Positive guidance is a relationship
between contacts of opposite types (i.e., N.O. and N.C.).
Cat. No.
700-CF
Aux./Pneumatic
Timer Contact
(Front-
mounted)
Contact Ratings NEMA
A600,
P600
A600, Q600
Minimum Contact Rating
10-15V 100 mA
20-24V 35 mA
Contact Ratings IEC
AC-15 (solenoids, contac-
tors) at rated voltage
IEC 947, EN 60947
24V 16A 6A
48V 16A 6A
120V 14A 6A
240V 10A 5A
400V 5A 3A
480V/500V 2.5A 1.6A
600V 1.8A 1.2A
690V 1A 1.0A
AC-1 (Non-induc-
tive, or slightly
inductive loads,
resistance fur-
naces)
IEC 947, EN 60947
40C I
th
25A 10A
230V 10 kW
400V 17 kW
690V 30 kW
60C I
th
20A 6A
230V 8 kW
400V 14 kW
690V 24 kW
Switching DC Loads
L
/
R
< 1ms, Resistive Loads 24V 12A 12A
48V 9A 9A
110V 3.5A 3.5A
220V 0.55A 0.55A
440V 0.2A 0.2A
L
/
R
< 15ms, Inductive Loads
with economy resistor in
series
24V 9A 9A
48V 5A 5A
110V 2A 2A
220V 0.4A 0.4A
440V 0.16A 0.16A
DC-13 IEC 947, EN 60947,
Solenoids and contactors
24V 5A 5A
48V 2A 2A
125V 0.7A 0.7A
220V 0.25A 0.25A
440V 0.12A 0.12A
Posi-
tively
Guided
Contacts
O
Yes Yes 0
Location
of welded
N.O. con-
tacts
State of N.C. Contacts if N.O. contact welds
Main
Front
aux.
Left side
aux.
Right side aux.
Main Open Open 0 Open Open
Front aux. Open Open 0 Open Open
Left side
aux.
Open Open 0 Open Open
Right side
aux.
Open Open 0 Open Open
Cat. No.
700-CF
Aux./
Pneumatic
Timer
Contact
(Front-
mounted)
Mechanical Life [Mil] 15 15
Electrical Life
AC-15
(240V,
3A)
[Mil] 1.5 1.5
Weight
AC Op.
Mecha-
nism
[g] 390
Terminal Cross-Sections
Terminal Type
Terminal Size per IEC 947-1 2 x A4 2 x A4
Flexible
with Wire
End Ferrule
1 Con-
ductor
2 Con-
ductor
[mm2
]
[mm2
]
14
14
0.52.5
0.752.5
Solid
1 Con-
ductor
2 Con-
ductor
[mm2
]
[mm2
]
1.56
1.56
0.52.5
0.752.5
Max. Wire Size per UL/CSA
[AWG
]
1610 1814
Tightening Torque [lb-in] 8.922 8.913.3
Tightening Torque [Nm] 12.5 11.5
Aux.Contact
(Side-mounted)
Contact Ratings IEC
AC-15 (solenoids, contactors) at
rated voltage
IEC 947, EN 60947
240V 3
400V 2
480V/500V 2
AC-1 (Non-inductive, or
slightly inductive loads,
resistance furnaces)
IEC 947, EN 60947
40C I
th
10A
60C I
th
6A
DC-13 IEC 947, EN 60947, Sole-
noids and contactors
24V 3A
48V 1.5A
110V 0.6A
220V 0.3A
440V 0.2A
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Specifications, Continued
Control Circuit
0 For 9V DC, code ZR, use operating voltage 0.651.3 x U
s
.
For 24V DC, code ZJ or DJ, use operating voltage 0.71.25 x U
s
.
General
Utilization Category Table from EN 947-5-1
I
e
Rated operational currentP= U
e
I
e
Steady-state power consump-
tion (W)
U
e
Rated operational voltageI Current to be made or broken
T
0.95
Time to reach 95% of the steady-state current (ms)UVoltage
before make
0 See sub-clause 8.3.3.5.2
O For tolerances on test quantities, see sub-clause 8.3.2.2
O The first 50 operating cycles shall be run at U/U
e
=1.1 with the loads
set at U
e
O The value 6xP results froman empirical relationship which is found
to represent most DC magnetic loads to an upper limit of P=50 W,
viz. 6xP=300 ms
O The ON time shall be at least equal to T
0.95
O Where the break current differs fromthe make current value, the ON
time refers to the make current value after which the current is
reduced to the break current value for a suitable period e.g., 0.05 s
Cat. No. 700-CF
Operating Voltage
AC 50/60Hz Pickup [x U
s
] 0.851.1
Dropout [x U
s
] 0.30.6
DC0 Pickup [x U
s
] 0.81.1
Dropout [x U
s
] 0.10.6
Coil Consumption
AC 50/60Hz Inrush [VA/W] 70/50
Seal [VA/W] 8/2.6
DC Inrush/Seal [W] 6.0
Operating Times
AC- 50/60Hz Pickup Time [ms] 1530
Dropout Time [ms] 1060
DC Pickup Time [ms] 4070
Dropout Time [ms] 715
Latch Attachment Release, 100-FL
Coil Consumption
[VA/W]
[W]
AC 45VA/40W
DC 25W
Contact Signal Duration
[min/
max]
0.0315s
Timing Attachment
Reset Time, 100ETA, 100-ETB
at min time setting
at max. time setting
[ms]
10
70
Repeat Accuracy 10%
Cat. No. 700-CF
Rated Insulation Voltage U
i
IEC 690V
UL; CSA 600V
Rated Impulse Strength U
imp
8 kV
High Test Voltage
1 minute (per IEC 947-4) 2500V
Rated Voltage U
e
AC 115, 230, 400, 500, 690V
DC 24, 48, 110, 220, 440V
Short-Circuit Protection IEC 158-1
Fuse
Rated Frequency 50/60 Hz, DC
Ambient Temperature
Storage 55+80 C (67176 F)
Operation at nominal current 25+60 C (13140 F)
Conditioned 15% current reduction
after AC-1 at > 60C
25+70 C (13158 F)
Corrosion Resistance
humid-alternating climate,
cyclic, per IEC 68-2-30 and
DIN 50 016, 56 cycles
Altitude
2000m above mean sea level,
per IEC 947-4
Type of Protection
IP 2LX (IEC 529 and DIN 40050) in connected state
Finger Protection
safe from touch by fingers and
back of hand per VDE 0106,
Part 100
Verification of Making and Breaking Capacities of Switching Elements Under Normal Conditions
Corresponding to the Utilization Categories 0
Utilization
Category
Normal Condition of Use
Make O Break O Number and Rate of Making and Breaking operations
I/I
e
U/U
e
cos I/I
e
U/U
e
cos
No. operating
cycles O
Operating cycles
per minute
ON time (s) O
AC-12 O 1 1 0.9 1 1 0.9 6050 6 0.05
AC-13 O 2 1 0.65 1 1 0.65 6050 6 0.05
AC-14 O 6 1 0.3 1 1 6050 6 0.05
AC-15 O 10 1 0.3 1 1 6050 6 0.05
DC T
0.95
T
0.95
DC-12 1 1 1 ms 1 1 6050 6 0.05 O
DC-13 1 1 6 P O 1 1 6050 6 0.05 O
DC-14 O 10 1 15 ms 1 1 6050 6 0.05 O
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Specifications, Continued
Contact Rating Table from EN 947-5-1
0 00 0 This letter stands for the conventional thermal current and identifies AC or DC: e.g., B = 5A AC. The number that follows is therated insulation
voltage
Examples of Contact Rating Designation Based on Utilization Categories
Designation 0 00 0 Utilization Category
Conventional Ther-
mal Current I
the
(A)
Rated Operational Current I
e
(A) at Rated
Operational Voltage U
e
VA Rating
AC 120V 240V 380V 480V 500V 600V Make Break
A150 AC-15 10 6 7200 720
A300 AC-15 10 6 3 7200 720
A600 AC-15 10 6 3 1.9 1.5 1.4 1.2 7200 720
B150 AC-15 5 3 3600 360
B300 AC-15 5 3 1.5 3600 360
B600 AC-15 5 3 1.5 0.95 0.75 0.72 0.6 3600 360
C150 AC-15 2.5 1.5 1800 180
C300 AC-15 2.5 1.5 0.75 1800 180
C600 AC-15 2.5 1.5 0.75 0.47 0.375 0.35 0.3 1800 180
D150 AC-14 1.0 0.6 432 72
D300 AC-14 1.0 0.6 0.3 432 72
E150 AC-14 0.5 0.3 216 36
DC 125V 250V 440V 500V 600V
N150 DC-13 10 2.2 275 275
N300 DC-13 10 2.2 1.1 275 275
N600 DC-13 10 2.2 1.1 0.63 0.55 0.4 275 275
P150 DC-13 5 1.1 138 138
P300 DC-13 5 1.1 0.55 138 138
P600 DC-13 5 1.1 0.55 0.31 0.27 0.2 138 138
Q150 DC-13 2.5 0.55 69 69
Q300 DC-13 2.5 0.55 0.27 69 69
Q600 DC-13 2.5 0.55 0.27 0.15 0.13 0.1 69 69
R150 DC-13 1.0 0.22 28 28
R300 DC-13 1.0 0.22 0.1 28 28
Product Selection Page 117
Accessories Page 119
Approximate Dimensions Page 126
Bulletin 700-CF
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126
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
Relay
0 May be mounted to 35mm EN 50 022 DIN Rail.
Accessories
Type a b c c1 c2 d d1 d2
700-CF
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
80.5
(3-11/64)
75.5
(3-3/32)
6
(1/4)
2 screws
4.5
(3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
700-CF___Z
45
(1-25/32)
81
(3-3/16)
106.5
(4-3/16)
101.5
(4)
6
(1/4)
2 screws
4.5
(-3/16)
60
(2-23/64)
35
(1-25/64)
Contactor with
AC Control Relay DC Control Relay
mm (inches) mm (inches)
Auxiliary Contact for Front Mounting 2- or 4-pole c/c1 + 39 (c/c1 + 1 37/64) c/c1 + 39 (c/c1 + 1 37/64)
Auxiliary Contact for Side Mounting 1- or 2-pole a + 9 (a + 23/64) a + 9 (a + 23/64)
Pneumatic Timing Module c/c1 + 58 (c/c1 + 2 23/64)
Electronic Timing Module on coil terminal side b + 24 (b + 15/16) b + 24 (b + 15/16)
Mechanical Interlock on side of contactor a + 9 (a + 23/64) a + 9 (a + 23/64)
Mechanical Latching c/c1 + 61 (c/c1 + 2 31/64)
Interface on coil terminal side b + 9 (b + 23/64)
Protective Element on coil terminal side b + 3 (b + 1/8) b + 3 (b + 1/8)
O Labeling with: label sheet +0 (+0) +0 (+0)
marking tag with cover +0 (+0) +0 (+0)
marking tag carrier for System V4/V5 +5.5 (+7/32) +5.5 (+7/32)
marking tag carrier for System Bull. 1492W +5.5 (+7/32) +5.5 (+7/32)
Mounting Position
c2
c
c1
0
O
DC Control Relay
AC Control Relay
Front View Side View
Product Selection Page 117
Accessories Page 119
Specifications Page 123
Publ i cat i on 0100C-1.0.1 M ay 1999
Supercedes Publ i cat i on 0100C-1.0.1 November 1997 1999 Rockwel l Int ernat i onal Corporat i on. Al l ri ght s reserved. Pri nt ed i n USA.