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Motor Operating Device

UEMC 40 K8_ for Sector

ABB Power Distribution

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Motor operating device

UEMC 40 K8_

For Sectos

Contents

1. General .......................................................... 3

2. Standards ....................................................... 3

3. Transport and storage .................................... 3

4. Construction ................................................... 3

5. Installation ...................................................... 4

6. Electrical connection ...................................... 5

7. Operation ....................................................... 5

8. Service ........................................................... 5

9. Spare parts ..................................................... 6

10. Technical details ............................................. 6

11. Modules and accessories ............................... 6

12. Instruction for recycling the product ................ 12

13. Alternative models .......................................... 14

14. Dimension drawings ....................................... 18

15. Circuit diagrams ............................................. 22

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1. General 4. Construction
UEMC 40 K8_ is a motor operating device mainly inten- The motor operating device comprises of a motor,
ded for operating the Sectos. The motor operating gear wheel, a screw gear and a lifting arm mechanism.
device will disengage from the switch-mechanism
after each operation so that it is possible to operate the Material:
switch manually. Manual operation is relised by turning the – screw stainless steel
shaft of the switch, using a hand operating device, or – nut bronze
turning an operating level with a hook stick. – gear wheels bronze
If a separate hand operating device is used, it must not
automatically lock the switch in the end positions. The motor A-2 drives gear wheels A-3 and A-4. Gear
wheel A-4 rotates screw A-6 which pulls nut A-5. The nut
The operating device is to be mounted directly on the side turns the lifting arm A-1, but disengages from the lifting arm
of the Sectos disconnector, beneath the mechanism after operation so that it is possible to operate the switch
enclosure. This manual also details the operation boxes disconnector manually directly from the shaft. Position
and other electrical accessories for the motor operating limit switches A-S1 and A-S2, break the control current
device, see chapters 11 and 12. and stop the motor after performing the operation.

2. Standards
The motor operating device complies with the following
standards:

– IEC 265
– voltage test 2 kV, 50 Hz, 1 min, except for the
motor 1,5 kV
– VDE 0530 motor voltage test

3. Transport and storage


The motor operating device is normally delivered installed
in the Sectos switch. If separately delivered, it is packed
in a cardboard box. The type number is marked on the
box. If the device is to be stored for a long period, it should
be stored indoors in a dry area.

Fig. A

A-1 Lifting arm


A-2 Motor
A-3 Gear wheel
A-4 Gear wheel
A-5 Nut with roller
A-6 Screw
A-7 Support
A-S1 Position limit switch
A-S2 Position limit switch

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5. Installation 3. Connect the wiring for the motor control mechanism
into the socket. The wiring can be accessed by
Important removing the socket fixing screws and pulling
Before starting the installation, check that the disconnector it slightly out. The numbering of the wiring is normally
is isolated and earthed and that all electrical safety the same as for the plug numbering, but check
regulations and instructions have been followed. the numbering from the respective circuit diagram.

4. Fit the cover for the mechanisms box.


A. Fitting the control box
5. Fit the control tube and operating lever observing
Fit the control box if it has been delivered. The position
the positioning marks made.
of the control box is to be chosen so that the cabling to
the box is as short as possible. This is important especially
if the control voltage is 12 or 24 kV.
E. Test operating
1. First test operate by hand.
B. Fitting the motor control mechanism
The motor control mechanism is normally fitted to the 2. Then using the electrical controls test operate
disconnector if it is ordered at the same time. However if the unit. Ensure that the motor control mecha-
the motor control mechanism is to be fitted afterwards nism drives the disconnector to the open and
then read the following instructions. closed positions. Check that the disconnector can
also be earthed with the manual operating lever
if the unit is the three position device such as the
NXB.
C. Dismantling
1. Operate the disconnector to the open position. Check 3. Check that the position indicator is functioning
the position indicator. correctly.

2. Mark the position of the control tube and operating


lever and remove them from the disconnector.

3. Remove the mechanism box cover by removing


the three screws. Open the cover carefully with a
screwdriver and ensure that the seal is not damaged.

4. Remove the position indicator chain system. Refer


to the disconnectors installation instructions or a
separate instruction.

D. Fitting the motor control mechanism


1. Fit the motor control mechanism to the disconnectors
axle so that the point of lifting arm B-2 is in a
position so that dimension X is 10...15 mm.
Fig. B
Note. The motor control mechanism does not
have any fixing screws to tighten. The small play
between the motor control mechanism and the B-2 Lifting arm
limiting surface does not effect the operation of the
mechanism.

2. Re-fit the position indication chain system. Refer to


the disconnector installation instructions.

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6. Electrical connection 8. Service
Motor operating device The motor operating device is service free under its
estimated life time, but it is recommended to grease
Type: UEMC 40 K8_/1 following points at revision or repairing works:
Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 207
Includes: motor and limit switches – screw A-6
– lifting arm sliding surfaces A-1
– structure slides A-7
Protective MCB – gear wheels A-3 and A-4
The use of a protective MCB in the supply circuit of the
motor operating device is recommended. In order that Grease: ISOFLEX TOPAS NCA 52
the MCB will protect the motor against overload, the type
is to be chosen for the respective voltage as detailed in It other types of lubrication are used, they must be of good
chapter 11.9. quality, and suitable for use in the same range of
If an operating box, or a separate control unit is included, temperatures as the operating device.
the MCB is already connected to the circuit.

7. Operation
a) Motor control
The motor operating device can be electrically operated by
remote control or by using I and 0 push buttons.
The motor operating device engages automatically when
starting.

b) Manual control
The motor operating device is mechanically disengaged
in both the open and closed positions. Manual operation
is realised by turning the shaft of the switch, using a
handoperating device, or turning a operating level with a
hook stick.

c) Motorized operation after manual


operation
Fig. A
After manual operation e.g. open, the power unit is not
in synch with the disconnector and needs an extra
electrical operations open – close for reseting. A-1 Lifting arm
After two manual operations e.g. open–close, the dis- A-2 Motor
connector is in synch and does not need this double A-3 Gear wheel
operation. A-4 Gear wheel
A-5 Nut with roller
A-6 Screw
d) Earthing A-7 Support
A-S1 Position limit switch
The Sectos switch type NXB_ can be operated to the
A-S2 Position limit switch
earthed positions only by manual operating.
When the motor operating device is in the earthed
position, it is mechanically disengaged and can not
perform any operations even if the motor should start.

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9. Spare parts
Typical spare parts:

Spare parts Type Remarks


Motor + gear wheel M1 UEZM 5/U/4 U = Voltage e.g. 24 VDC
Diode SK 1/16
Rectifier V5 – REC BR 3510
Limit switch S1, S2 – OMR Z-15GW22-B7
Contactor K1 + K2 – ABB VBC6-30-01/U U = DC-voltage e.g. 24
– ABB VB6-30-01/U U = AC-voltage e.g. 230
Relay K3 – RFI 40.52.9.48

10. Technical details


Weight 4 kg
Operating time opening 2 s (2,5 s for motor 12 V)
closing 2 s (2,5 s for motor 12 V)
Operating angle 110°
Operating torque 150 Nm
Operating temperature range -40...+55 °C
Motor Rectified DC, permanent magnet type
Contactors power requirement 3 W
Shortest control pulse 0,1 s
Operating voltage range 0,85...1,1 x Un

Motor operating device Rated current *) Max. current **) Protective MCB type

UEMC 40 K8 – 12 VDC/_ 15 A 40 A – STO S271 K10


– 24 VDC/_ 10 A 40 A – STO S271 K8
– 48 VDC/_ 5A 20 A – STO S272 K4
– 60 VDC/_ 4A 17 A – STO S272 K4
– 110 VDC/_ 2A 9A – STO S272 K2
– 125 VDC/_ 2A 9A – STO S272 K2
– 220 VDC/_ 1A 4,5 A – STO S282 UCK1

For AC supplies, use rectified motor current. *) Rated current is the current under normal working conditions.
**) Max. current is the current value for a stalled load from the
motor operating device.

11. Modules and accessories


11.1 Motor operating device

Type Circuit diagram


UEMC 40 K8 –12 VDC/1 31 UEMC 207
UEMC 40 K8 – 24 VDC/1 "
UEMC 40 K8 – 48 VDC/1 "
UEMC 40 K8 – 60 VDC/1 "
UEMC 40 K8 – 110 VDC/1 "
UEMC 40 K8 – 125 VDC/1 "
UEMC 40 K8 – 220 VDC/1 "

Includes: motor
limit switches
Dimension drawing: 135 UEMC 23
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11.2 Operating box type: UEMC–A1
Material: stainless steel AISI 304
Degree of protection: IP 55
Includes: – mounting plate
– self-regulating heater
45 W, 110...250 V AC/DC

420
– relay panel
– pole fixing element
Dimension drawing: 135 UEMC 24
Space for: – batteries
– charger
– 1 or 2 operating circuits when 280
batteries and charger are 400
included
– max. 4 operating circuits for
models without batteries and
charger

11.3 Operating box type: UEMC–A2


Material: stainless steel AISI 304
Degree of protection: IP 55
Includes: – mounting plate
– self-regulating heater
45 W, 110...250 V AC/DC

620
– relay panel
– pole fixing element
Dimension drawing: 135 UEMC 25
Space for: – batteries
– charger
– 1 or 2 operating circuits 400 330
– remote control equipment

11.4 Operating box type: UEMC–A3


Material: stainless steel AISI 304
Degree of protection: IP 55
Includes: – mounting plate

800
– self-regulating heater
45 W, 110...250 V AC/DC
– relay panel
– pole fixing element
Dimension drawing: 135 UEMC 26
Space for: – batteries
– charger
– 1 to 4 operating circuits 500 330
– remote control equipment

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11.5 Batteries Type: 20Ah-12V
The batteries are hermetically sealed, with suspension Includes: 2 pcs. batteries connected in series
electrolytes, maintenance-free and usable in any position. (type: EVX-12200
Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 281.1
Manufacturer: YUASA BATTERY GMBH
Manufacturers type: NPL 24-12 (long life type)
NPL 38-12 (long life type)
NP 17-12

When ordering batteries from ABB, please use the type


designations mentioned in points a...e.

The expected life of batteries depends on ambient tempe-


rature:

Designed life for NPL batteries (information by YUASA


Battery Gmbh).

The battery voltage chosen is to be 24 V, otherwise if the


lower voltage of 12 V is chosen the elctrical components
reliability is reduced.
The battery capacity is dependent on what type of radio
and remote control system is to be supplied, and how long
the station is to operate after battery charging voltage is
removed.
Without other loading a 24 V-17 Ah battery can be used to
operate a motor operating device open-closed 800 times
without needing recharging.

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11.6 Charger 11.7 Operating circuit
Type: ADC5783/60W a. Main circuit
Input voltage: 90-264VAC Type Circuit diagram
45-65Hz
UEZJ 261 31 UEMC 261
Input current:
100% load, 230VAC: 0.7A
100% load,115VAC: 1.2A Includes: MCB:s
Inrush current:
Selector switch
25℃, 230VAC: <25A <5ms
25℃, 115VAC: <12A <10ms Suitable for: Operating box UEMC_A_
Charge voltage: 27.4V
Output current limit: <4A
Note X10: terminals
Short circuit current: <9A

b. Operating circuit with contactors


Type Circuit diagram
UEZJ – C1 – 12 VDC/1 31 UEMC 271
– 24 VDC/1 "
– 60 VDC/1 31 UEMC 272
– 110 VDC/1 "
– 125 VDC/1 "
– 220 VDC/1 "

Includes: contactors
MCB
push buttons
Suitable for: operating box UEMC–A_

Note The operating box can include one or more


operating circuits.
X11: terminals for motor no: 1
X12: terminals for motor no: 2
X13: terminals for motor no: 3
X14: terminals for motor no: 4

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11.8 Control unit
Type Circuit diagram
UEZJ 1 – 12 VDC/4 31 UEMC 230
UEZJ 1 – 24 VDC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 48 VDC/4 31 UEMC 231
UEZJ 1 – 60 VDC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 110 VDC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 125 VDC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 220 VDC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 110 VAC/4 "
UEZJ 1 – 230 VAC/4 "

UEZJ1
11.9 Protective MCB
Used to connect the supply circuit and protect the motor
against overloading.

In order that the MCB will protect the motor against


overload, the type is to be chosen for the respective
voltage as detailed below.

Type For motor voltage


– STO S271 K10 12 VDC
– STO S271 K8 24 VDC
– STO S272 K4 48 VDC ON
– STO S272 K4 60 VDC
– STO S272 K2 110 VDC
– STO S272 K2 125 VDC
– STO S272 K2 110 VAC
– STO S282 UCK1 220 VDC
– STO S272 K1 230 VAC

11.10 Auxiliary contact for MCB


BBC

Type: – STO S2-S/H


Includes: 2 pcs. change-over contacts

OPEN REMOTE
CLOSE
ON OFF
UEZJ3

11.11 Control push buttons type: UEZJ 3


Includes: – I-button, with text CLOSE
– O-button, with text OPEN
– on/off selector switch,
with text REMOTE
ON/OFF

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11.12 Rectifier –REC BR 3510
Used for AC supplies.

Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 281.5

11.13 Lifting hook type: UEMZ 1010

11.14 Thermostat

Type: UEMZ 895


Recommended
setting values: +20°C
Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 282

11.15 Indicator lights


Type: UEZJ-HR1/12V (red)
UEZJ-HR1/24V (red)
UEZJ-HG1/12V (green)
UEZJ-HG1/24V (green)
Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 282

11.16 Alarm circuit

a. Type: UEMZ 896


Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 282

b. Type: UEMC 897


Circuit diagram: 31 UEMC 282

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12. Instruction for recycling 12.3. Material of the product
the product Information about the construction and main parts
of the operating device can be found in point 4
construction.The steel parts are normally surface treated
12.1.lntroduction ..................................................... 12 (electrical gaivanized). This does not affect the recycling.
12.2.The products casing ....................................... 12
12.3.Material of the product .................................... 12
12.3.1 Material of the main parts ................... 12 12.3.1 Material of the main parts
12.3.2 Accessories and spare parts .............. 12
12.4.Recycling the product ..................................... 13 Part Description Material Weight
12.4.1 Manual demolition .............................. 13 1. Lifting arm Steel 0,3 kg
12.4.2 Mechanical crushing ........................... 13 2. Motor Several *) 1,7 kg
12.4.3 Eventual damaging material 3. Gear wheel Bronze
4. Gear wheel Bronze 0,4 kg
and problem waste ............................. 13
5. Nut Bronze 0,2 kg
12.4.3.1 Directory over eventual
damaging material and 6. Screw Stainless steel 0,2 kg
problem waste .................... 13 7. Frame Stainless steel 1,3 kg
S1. Limit switch Several
12.4.4 Possible recycling methods ................ 13 S2. Limit switch Several

*) The motors are mainly made of materials that are


easily to recycle, such as iron, copper and sink.
Their recycling is also economically.
12.1. Introduction
The weight for the really light parts are not printed, the
This document includes instructions for recycling the
operating device also contains screws, nuts, washes and
product UEMC 40 K8. The document includes which
rivets of steel and also some parts that not are important
material that are used in the products and handling
when recycling.
instructions when the product is taking out of use.
Over 50 % of the weight of the product are big metal parts,
The environment regulation varies from country to
which are easy to recycle (3.1 metal parts and box). The
country and develops fast. Due to this it is recommended
motor is over 43 % of the weight and it is also easy to
to contact the local customers and inform them about
recycle. Also some of the accessories are metal parts that
how to handle when the product is taking out of use.
are easy to recycle.
Together with this document it should be given
information to the local customers about returning of
12.3.2 Accessories and spare parts
the product that is taking out of use.

ABB Xiamen Electrical Controlgear Co. Ltd. can give Part Description Material Weight
more information.
1. Control cabinet **) Several *) Depending on
Information that is in this document is not part of an extract the model
or deal, it supposes to be the most correct and trustful 2. Relay unit Several
and can be changed without notice. The publisher will not 3. M.c.b. Several
take any responsibility for the consequences. 4. Auxiliary contact
for m.c.b. Several
5. Control push buttons Several
12.2. The products casing 6. Rectifier Several

The product is cased in card, paper and foampiastic. The *) Mostly of stainless steel
card and the paper can be recycled normally. The **) See installation and operating manual for
foampiastic can be i.e. used for energy production in the control cabinet 34 UEMC 46.
a facility build for this purpose.

To avoid pollution when making unnecessary transports


the manufacturer will not accept used package.
Recycling has to be arranged locally according to local
instructions. Recycling is recommended when it saves
rawmaterial and reduces the waste.

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12.4. Recycling the product 12.4.3.1 Directory over eventual
To deal with junk requires in most countries permission damaging material and problem
and you have to get permission for your own company. waste
Information about local junkyards can be obtained
from the agency of environment. Part Damaging material Note
A product that is not in use anymore can be taking Plastic No
care of in two alternatively ways. The product can be
Steel Grease *) Problem waste
manually demolished or be crushed mechanically.
Bronze Grease *) Problem waste
Cables PVC **)
Before the process all parts that are containing problem
Other No
waste have to be removed and send to a facility made for
this purpose.
*) Parts mentioned under point 8 service are
greased with grease (Isoflex NCA 52).
lnformation about the facilities can be obtained from
the local agency of environment.
**) Does not inhibit granulating in suitable facility.

12.4.1 Manual demolition More information abou the grease can be ordered from
The product can be demolished manually and the the manufacturer:
parts are sorted depending of what material they are
containing according this table: Klüber Lubrication München KG
Geisenhausenerstrasse 7
– steel* D-81379 München
– bronze* Phone: +49 89 7876-0
– plastic Fax: +49 89 7876-333
– cablejunk Internet: www.klueber.com
– other

The metal parts are easy to recycle the others accor- 12.4.4. Possible reclycling method
ding to locally arrangements. No especially tools are
The mentioned way to recycle is one possible method
needed for the demolition.
but there are also many other methods:
* More information, see 12.4.3.1 Directory over eventual
– steel recycles as material
damaging material and problem waste.
– bronze recycles as material
– plastic burns for energy production
– cables to cable granulating facility
12.4.2 Mechanical crushing – problem waste to problem waste facility
ln this process the whole product will be crushed to – other burns or is transported to a dumping
small metal pieces and will be sorted automatically. ground
Components containing dangerous material must be re-
moved before the crushing (for more information see
12.4.3.1 Directory over eventual damaging material and
problem waste).

12.4.3 Eventual damaging material and


problem waste
Definition and regulation for damaging material varies
from country to country and changes all the time.
Materials used in the manufacturing are typical for
electrically- and electronically products. Some are classed
as problem waste, if they can be found in ministry
of environments waste- and problem waste catalogue. It
is based on the EU regulations. The directory over
different parts material content is based on EACEM (Eu-
ropean Association of Consumer Electronics Manu-
facturers) directory and problem waste catalogue. In the
note column it is marked if the part is problem waste.

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11.1 11.2
13. Alternative models Alt. 1

A1

Sectos Switch-disconnector NXA_A2


NXA_A3
NXA_A4
NXB_

Motor operating device UEMC 40 K8 – 12 VDC/1 11.1


UEMC 40 K8 – 24 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 48 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 60 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 110 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 125 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 220 VDC/1

31 UEMC 207

Operating box UEMC–A1 11.2

Main circuit UEZJ 261 11.7 Type Circuit diagram

31 UEMC 261

Control circuit UEZJ–C1 – 12 VDC/1 11.7


UEZJ–C1 – 24 VDC/1
UEZJ–C1 – 48 VDC/1
UEZJ–C1 – 60 VDC/1
UEZJ–C1 – 110 VDC/1
UEZJ–C1 – 125 VDC/1
UEZJ–C1 – 220 VDC/1
Max. 2 pcs
31 UEMC 271
31 UEMC 272

Batteries UEZGL 24 Ah – 12 V 11.5 Accessories


UEZGL 38 Ah – 12 V
UEZGP 17 Ah – 24 V
UEZGL 24 Ah – 24 V

31 UEMC 281

Charger – GYC RUN-XR12R/115V/6A 11.6


– GYC RUN-XR12R/230V/6A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/115V/3A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/230V/3A

31 UEMC 281

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11.1 11.3
Alternative models Alt. 2

A2

Sectos Switch-disconnector NXB_

11.1
Motor operating device UEMC 40 K8 – 12 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 24 VDC/1

31 UEMC 207

Operating box UEMC–A2 11.3

Main circuit UEZJ 261 11.7 Type Circuit diagram

31 UEMC 261

Control circuit UEZJ–C1 – 12 VDC/1 11.7


UEZJ–C1 – 24 VDC/1

Max. 2 pcs
31 UEMC 271

Batteries UEZGL 24 Ah – 12 V 11.5


UEZGL 38 Ah – 12 V Accessories
UEZGP 17 Ah – 24 V
UEZGL 24 Ah – 24 V

31 UEMC 281

Charger – GYC RUN-XR12R/115V/6A 11.6


– GYC RUN-XR12R/230V/6A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/115V/3A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/230V/3A

31 UEMC 281

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11.1 11.4
Alternative models Alt. 3

A3

Sectos Switch-disconnector NXB_

11.1
Motor operating device UEMC 40 K8 – 12 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 24 VDC/1

31 UEMC 207

Operating box UEMC–A3 11.4

Main circuit UEZJ 261 11.7 Type Circuit diagram

31 UEMC 261

Control circuit UEZJ–C1 – 12 VDC/1 11.7


UEZJ–C1 – 24 VDC/1

Max. 4 pcs
31 UEMC 271

Batteries UEZGL 24 Ah – 12 V 11.5 Accessories


UEZGL 38 Ah – 12 V
UEZGP 17 Ah – 24 V
UEZGL 24 Ah – 24 V
UEZGL 38 Ah – 24 V
31 UEMC 281

Charger – GYC RUN-XR12R/115V/6A 11.6


– GYC RUN-XR12R/230V/6A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/115V/3A
– GYC RUN-XR24R/230V/3A

31 UEMC 281

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11.1 11.8 11.11
Alternative models Alt. 4

Sectos Switch-disconnector NXB_

11.1
Motor operating device UEMC 40 K8 – 12 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 24 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 48 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 60 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 110 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 125 VDC/1
UEMC 40 K8 – 220 VDC/1

31 UEMC 207

11.8
Control unit UEZJ 1 – 12 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 24 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 48 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 60 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 110 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 125 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 220 VDC/4
UEZJ 1 – 110 VAC/4
UEZJ 1 – 230 VAC/4

31 UEMC 230
31 UEMC 231

Protective MCB 11.9 Control push buttons 11.11


UEZJ 3

– STO S271 K10 Un = 12 VDC


– STO S271 K8 Un = 24 VDC
– STO S272 K4 Un = 48 VDC
– STO S272 K4 Un = 60 VDC
– STO S272 K2 Un = 110 VDC
– STO S272 K2 Un = 125 VDC
– STO S282 UCK1 Un = 220 VDC
– STO S272 K2 Un = 110 VAC
– STO S272 K1 Un = 230 VAC

Aux. contacts for MCB 11.10


– STO S2-S/H

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14. Dimension drawing 135 UEMC 23 A

Motor operating device UEMC 40 K8_/1

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Dimension drawing 135 UEMC 24 B

Operating box UEMC-A1

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Dimension drawing 135 UEMC 25 B

Operating box UEMC-A2

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Dimension drawing 135 UEMC 26 D

Operating box UEMC-A3

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15. Circuit diagram 31 NXB 7 C

M 1

M1 = Motor operating device


S7 = Gas density switch
S8 = Auxiliary contact
S9 = Interlocking switch
X3 = Plug in connector
X11 = Terminal blocks for motor no. 1
X12 = Terminal blocks for motor no. 2
X13 = Terminal blocks for motor no. 3
X14 = Terminal blocks for motor no. 4

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 207 F

X3: 10 11 12 13 14

Black
Red

1 1 1
1)
M1 S9 S1 S2
2 2 2

Motor operating device UEMC 40 K 8 – 12 VDC/1


– 24 VDC/1
– 48 VDC/1
– 60 VDC/1
– 110 VDC/1
– 125 VDC/1
– 220 VDC/1

M1 = Motor
S1, S2 = Limit switch

1) S9 = Interlocking switch
Option, see instruction for
the switch-disconnector.

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 230 B

(O + ) O p e n
( I + ) C lo s e
(+ ) O u t
(+ )

X 1 1 : 2 1 2 3 2 4 2 5

1 2 1 4 2
F 1
1 1 1

4 4 6 6
K 1 K 2 K 1 K 2
3 3 5 5

1 1 A 1 A 1
K 1 K 2
K 2 K 1
2 2 A 2 A 2

X 1 1 : 2 2 1 0 1 7 1 1 1 8 1 2 1 3 1 4
)
(

Control unit UEZJ 1 – 12 VDC/4


– 24 VDC/4

F1 = MCB
K1, K2 = Operating contactos

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 231 B

(O+) Open
(I+) Close
(+) Out
(L1/+)

(N/-)
X11: 21 22 23 24 25

12 14 2 4
F1
11
1 3
~ ~
V5 ~
-
+ -

4 4
K1 K2 12 6 22 6
3 3 K2
K3 K1 K3
11 5 21 5
A1
R1 K3
A2

1 1 A1 A1
K1 K2
K2 K1
2 2 A2 A2

X11: 26 10 17 11 18 12 13 14
( ) Out

Control unit UEZJ 1 – 48 VDC/4


– 60 VDC/4
– 110 VDC/4
– 125 VDC/4
– 220 VDC/4
– 110 VAC/4
– 230 VAC/4

F1 = MCB
K1, K2 = Operating contactors
K3 = Relay
V5 = Rectifier only for AC
R1 = Resistor for 110-230 V

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 261 B

For 12...24 VDC

R e m o te +

L o c a l +
(L ) (+ )
X 1 0 : 1 3 4 7 8 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5

2 1
F 7 F 6

R e m o te
1 2

L o c a l
O ff
1 3
*) S 6
G 2 4
*)
G 1
~ - +
R 1
~
*)
G 3

3
F 7
4

X 1 0 : 2 5 6 9 1 0

(N ) ( )

Main circuit UEZJ 261


Peruskytkentä
Grundkoppling

F7 = MCB for heater and


charger
F6 = MCB for remote
control
S6 = Remote control selector
R1 = Heater

* G1 = Charger
* G2, G3 = Batteries

* To be ordered separately,
see 31 UEMC 281

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 262 B

For 48...220 VDC

R e m o te +
L o c a l +
(L ) (+ )
X 1 0 : 1 3 4 7 8 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
2 1
F 7 F 6

R e m o te

L o c a l
1 2 1 3

O ff
S 6
4

R 1

3 4
F 7 F 6
4 3

X 1 0 : 2 5 6 9 1 0 1 1

(N ) ( )

Main circuit UEZJ 262

F7 = MCB for heater and


charger
F6 = MCB for remote
control
S6 = Remote control selector
R1 = Heater

* G1 = Charger
* G2, G3 = Batteries

* To be ordered separately,
see 31 UEMC 281

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 271 A

Close +

Open +
Local +
VDC +
UEZJ-C1 -12VDC
-24VDC *)
X11: 21 24 23 25
2
F1
1

4 4 S45 14 24 6
6 S45
K1 K2 I K1 O K2
3 3 13 5 23 5

1 1
K2 K1 A1 A1
2 2
K1 K2
A2 A2

*)
X11: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 22 10 17 11 18 12 13 14 15 16
Motor no.1
VDC-

Control circuit UEZJ - C1 – 12 VDC/1


– 24 VDC/1

F1 = MCB for motor


S45 = Push buttons
K1, K2 = Operating contactors

*) X11: for motor no. 1


X12: for motor no. 2
X13: for motor no. 3
X14: for motor no. 4

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 272 A

Close +

Local +

Open +
UEZJ-C1 - 48VDC

VDC +
- 60VDC
-110VDC
-125VDC *)
-220VDC X11: 21 24 23 25
2
F1
1

4 4 S45 14 6 S45 24 6
K1 K2 I K1 O K2
3 3 13 5 23 5
A1
R3 K3
A2 12 22
K3 K3
1 11 21
1
K2 K1
2 2 A1 K2 A1
K1
3 A2 A2
F1
*) 4
X11: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 22 10 17 11 18 12 13 14 15 16
Motor no.1
VDC-

Control circuit UEZJ - C1 – 48 VDC/1


– 60 VDC/1
– 110 VDC/1
– 125 VDC/1
– 220 VDC/1

F1 = MCB for motor


S5 = Push buttons
K1, K2 = Operating contactors
K3 = Relay
R3 = Resistor for 110-230 V

*) X11: for motor no. 1


X12: for motor no. 2
X13: for motor no. 3
X14: for motor no. 4

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 281 C

G1 = Charger
G2, G3 = Batteries
V5 = Rectifier
F10 = Fuse

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 282 B

T 1 T e rm o s ta a tti H 1 M e r k k iv a lo , p u n a in e n H 1 M e r k k iv a lo , v ih r e ä
T e rm o s ta t In d ik e r in g s la m p a , r ö d In d ik e r in g s la m p a , g r ö n
T h e rm o s ta t In d ic a to r lig h t, r e d In d ic a tio n lig h t, g r e e n
X 1 0 : 4 6 X 1 0 : 3 1 X 1 0 : 3 3
T 1
1
2 H 1 R e d H 2 G re e n
4
(R 1 )

X 1 0 : 3 2 X 1 0 : 3 4

U E Z J -H R 1 /1 2 V U E Z J -H G 1 /1 2 V
U E M Z 8 9 5 U E Z J -H R 1 /2 4 V U E Z J -H G 1 /2 4 V
R e m o te

X 1 0 : 2 1 2 3 2 5
L o c a l
O ff

1 1 1 1 7
F 7 F 6 S 6
1 4 1 4 8
H ä ly ty s p iir i
A la r m k r e ts
X 1 0 : 2 2 X 1 0 : 2 4 2 6 A la r m c ir c u it
U E M Z 8 9 6

1 ) 2 ) 3 ) 4 )
X 1 1 : 3 1 X 1 2 : 3 1 X 1 3 : 3 1 X 1 4 : 3 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1
1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4
H ä ly ty s p iir i
A la r m k r e ts
X 1 1 : X 1 2 : X 1 3 : X 1 4 : A la r m c ir c u it
3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
U E M Z 8 9 7

F7 = MCB for power supply


F6 = MCB for remote
control
S6 = Control selector
F1 = MCB for motor
1) Motor no. 1
2) Motor no. 2
3) Motor no. 3
4) Motor no. 4
R1 = Heater
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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 291 B

For 12...24 VDC

(O + )
C lo s e ( I+ )
+ O u t
+ O u t
(L )

O p e n
(+ )
X 1 0 : 1 3 4 7 8 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 X 1 1 : 2 1 2 4 2 3 2 5
2 2
1 F 1
F 7 F 6 1

R e m o te
L o c a l
1 2

O ff
4 4 S 4 5 1 4 6 S 4 5 2 4 6

1
3
G 2 S 6 K 1 K 2 K 1 K 2
3 3 5 2 3 5
G 1 4 1 3

R 1 ~ +
~
G 3
1 1
K 2 K 1
2 2 A 1 A 1
K 1 K 2
3 A 2 A 2
F 7
4

X 1 0 : 2 5 6 9 1 0 X 1 1 : 2 2 1 0 1 7 1 1 1 8 1 2 1 3 1 4
(N ) ( )
3 1 U E M C 2 6 1 B 3 1 U E M C 2 7 1 A

X 3 : 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4
R e d

B la c k

1 1 1
M 1
S 9 S 1 S 2
2 2 2

3 1 U E M C 2 0 7 F

F1 = MCB for motor


S45 = Push buttons
K1, K2 = Operating contactors
M1 = Motor
S1 = Limit switch
S9 = Interlocking contact
F7 = MCB for heater and
charger
F6 = MCB for remote
control
S6 = Remote control selector
G1 = Charger
G2, G3 = Batteries
R1 = Heater

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Circuit diagram 31 UEMC 292 B

For 48...220 VDC

C L O S E (I+ )

O P E N (O + )
R e m o te +
(L ) (+ )
X 1 0 : 1 3 4 7 8 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 X 1 1 : 2 1 2 4 2 3 2 5
1 2
2 F 1

R e m o te
F 7 F 6 1

L o c a l
1 2 1 3

O ff
4 4 S 4 5 1 4 6 S 4 5 2 4 6
S 6 K 1 K 2
4 K 1 K 2 I O
3 3 5 2 3 5
1 3
*) A 1
R 3 K 3 1 2 2 2
R 1 A 2
K 3 1 1 K 3
2 1
1 1
K 2 K 1
2 2 A 1 K 2 A 1
3 4 K 1
F 7 F 6 3 A 2 A 2
4 3 F 1
X 1 0 : 2 4
5 6 9 1 0 1 1 X 1 1 : 2 2 1 0 1 7 1 1 1 8 1 2 1 3 1 4
(N ) ( )
3 1 U E M C 2 6 2 B 3 1 U E M C 2 7 2 A

X 3 : 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4
B la c k
R e d

1 1 1
M 1
S 9 S 1 S 2
2 2 2

3 1 U E M C 2 0 7 F

F1 = MCB for motor


S45 = Push buttons
K1, K2 = Operating contactors
M1 = Motor
S1 = Limit switch
S9 = Interlocking contact
F7 = MCB for heater and
charger
F6 = MCB for remote
control
S6 = Remote control selector
K3 = Relay
R1 = Heater

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Tel: +86 592 2299200
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