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LV power air circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors

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Masterpact NT and NW Merlin Gerin

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The original Masterpact has set a new standard for power circuit breakers around the world. Over the years, other major manufacturers have tried to keep up by developing products incorporating Masterpacts most innovative features, including the breaking principle, modular design and the use of composite materials. Today, Schneider Electric continues to innovate with the new Merlin Gerin Masterpact NT and NW ranges. In addition to the traditional features of power circuit breakers (withdrawability, discrimination and low maintenance), Masterpact now offers built-in communications and metering functions, all in optimised frame sizes. Masterpact NT and NW incorporate the latest technology to enhance both performance and safety. Easy to install, with user-friendly, intuitive operation and environment-friendly design, they are, quite simply, circuit breakers of their time.

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The ultimate power in power distribution

New Masterpact, new levels of performance


Five performance levels
N1 - for standard applications with low short-circuit levels. H1 - for industrial sites with high short-circuit levels or installations with two parallel-connected transformers. H2 - high-performance for heavy industry where very high short-circuits can occur. H3 - for incoming devices supplying critical applications requiring both high performance and a high level of discrimination. L1 - for high current-limiting capability and a discrimination level (37 kA) as yet unequalled by any other circuit breaker of its type; intended for the protection of cable-type feeders or to raise the performance level of a switchboard when the transformer power rating is increased.
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Integration in a communications network


Masterpact can be integrated in a general supervision system to optimise installation operation and maintenance. The communication architecture is open, and may be upgraded for interfacing with any protocol.

Switch-disconnector versions
The switch-disconnectors are derived directly from the circuit breakers and offer the same features and performance levels. They are available in HA, NA and HF versions, depending on the models. The HF version includes instantaneous protection to prevent closing on a short-circuit. Once closed, the switch-disconnectors are unprotected and behave like ordinary switches. They are often used for busbar coupling.

1000 V and 400 Hz distribution systems The Masterpact range can be used on 1000 V installations (mining industry) and 400 Hz systems (aeronautics, computer centres).

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3 frame sizes, 2 families


The new range of power circuit breakers includes two families: c Masterpact NT, the worlds smallest true power circuit breaker, with ratings from 800 to 1600 A; c Masterpact NW, in two frame sizes, one from 800 to 4000 A and the other from 4000 A to 6300 A.

Masterpact NT
800 to 1600 A
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Masterpact NW
800 to 4000 A
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De 4000 6300 A

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No other offer can put us in the shade

Optimised volumes
The smallest circuit breaker in the world
Masterpact NT innovates by offering all the performance of a power circuit breaker in an extremely small volume. The 70 mm pole pitch means a three-pole drawout circuit breaker can be installed in a switchboard section 400 mm wide and 400 mm deep.
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Practical installation solutions


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The new range improves upon all the installation solutions which have already made Masterpact a success. It has been designed to standardise switchboards, optimise volumes and simplify installation: c incoming connection to top or bottom terminals; c no safety clearance required; c connection: v horizontal or vertical rear connection; v front connection with minimum extra space; v mixed front and rear connections; c 115 mm pole pitch on all versions; c no derating up to 55 C and 4000A.

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Optimised volumes
Up to 4000 A, Masterpact NW circuit breakers are all the same size, the same as the old M08 to 32 range. From 4000 A to 6300 A, there is just one size, much smaller than before.

Retrofit solutions
Special connections are available to replace a fixed or drawout Masterpact M08 to 32 with a Masterpact NW, without modifying the busbars or the door cut-out.

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A perfect fit

Ease of installation
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Vertical front connection of a fixed Masterpact NW.

With optimised sizes, the Masterpact NT and NW ranges simplify the design of switchboards and standardise the installation of devices: c a single connection layout for Masterpact NT; c three connection layouts for Masterpact NW: v one from 800 to 3200 A; v one for 4000 A; v one up to 6300 A; c identical connection terminals from 800 to 6300 A (Masterpact NW); c front connection requires little space because the connectors to not increase the depth of the device; c rear connection to vertical or horizontal busbars simply by turning the connectors 90.

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Vertical and horizontal rear connection of a fixed Masterpact NW.

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Connection to busbars.

Masterpact

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The shortest distance between two points

Innovation
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Greater dependability
Filtered breaking
The patented new design of the arc chutes includes stainless-steel filters. The chutes absorb the energy released during breaking, thus limiting the stresses exerted on the installation. They filter and cool the gases produced, reducing effects perceptible from the outside.

Automatic unlatching
The automatic unlatching of the circuit breaker operating mechanism for high short-circuits extends performance up to 150kA. It produces ultrafast tripping for all short-circuits higher than 37 kA (L1) and 65 kA (H3). For lower short-circuits, the system does not react so that the control unit can provide total discrimination with downstream devices.

Filtered breaking

More intelligent trip units


Today, with the high speed of calculation, the small size of memories and advances in miniaturisation, trip units have become circuit breaker control units offering increasingly powerful functions. They accurately measure system parameters, instantly calculate values, store data, log events, signal alarms, communicate, take action, etc. The new Masterpact ranges, equipped with Micrologic control units, constitute both an extremely reliable protective device and an accurate measurement instrument.
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User friendly
Intuitive use
Micrologic control units are equipped with a digital LCD display used in conjunction with simple navigation buttons. Users can directly access parameters and settings. Navigation between screens is intuitive and the immediate display of values greatly simplifies settings. Text is displayed in the desired language.

backed by incomparable security


Protection functions are separate from the measurement functions and are managed by an ASIC electronic component. This independence guarantees immunity from conducted or radiated disturbances and ensures a high degree of reliability. A patented double setting system for protection functions establishes: * a maximum threshold set using the control-unit dials; * fine adjustments via the keypad or remotely. The fine adjustments for thresholds (to within one ampere) and tripping delays (to within a fraction of a second) are displayed directly on the screen. The control unit cover can be lead-sealed to prevent uncontrolled access to the dials and protect the settings.

Navigation buttons on a Micrologic P control unit.

Masterpact

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How many green circuit breakers do you know?

Ready for the future


Compliance with environmental requirements
Schneider Electric fully takes into account environmental requirements, starting right from the design phase of every product through to the end of its service life: c the materials used for Masterpact are not potentially dangerous to the environment; c the production facilities are non-polluting in compliance with the ISO 14001 standard; c filtered breaking eliminates pollution in the switchboard; c the energy dissipated per pole is low, making energy losses insignificant; c the materials are marked to facilitate sorting for recycling at the end of product service life.

Simple upgrading of installations


Installations change, power levels increase, new equipment is required and switchboards must be extended. Masterpact is designed to adapt to these changes: c all control units are interchangeable; c communication with a supervision system is an option that may be added at any time; c a reserve chassis can be pre-addressed so that system parameters do not have to be modified when a drawout device is installed at a later date; c any future changes to the products will be designed to ensure continuity with the current ranges, thus simplifying installation upgrades.

Masterpact

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Masterpact NT and NW
10 years already
The original Masterpact has set a new standard for power circuit breakers around the world. Over the years, other major manufacturers have tried to keep up by developing products incorporating Masterpacts most innovative features, including the breaking principle, modular design and the use of composite materials. Today, Schneider Electric continues to innovate with the new Merlin Gerin Masterpact NT and NW ranges. In addition to the traditional features of power circuit breakers (withdrawability, discrimination and low maintenance), Masterpact now offers built-in communications and metering functions, all in optimised frame sizes. Masterpact NT and NW incorporate the latest technology to enhance both performance and safety. Easy to install, with user-friendly, intuitive operation and environment-friendly design, they are, quite simply, circuit breakers of their time.

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5 levels of performance
Masterpact NT and NW offer 5 levels of performance to cover a wide range of applications.
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N1 - for standard applications with low short-circuit levels. H1 - for industrial sites with high short-circuit levels or installations with two parallel-connected transformers. H2 - high-performance for heavy industry where very high short-circuits can occur. H3 - for incoming devices supplying critical applications requiring both high performance and a high level of discrimination. L1 - for high current-limiting capability and a discrimination level (37 kA) as yet unequalled by any other circuit breaker of its type; intended for the protection of cable-type feeders or to raise the performance level of a switchboard when the transformer power rating is increased.

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1000 V and 400 Hz distribution systems The Masterpact range can be used on 1000 V installations (mining industry) and 400 Hz systems (aeronautics, computer centres).

Switch-disconnectors The switch-disconnectors are derived directly from the circuit breakers. They are available in a number of versions: c for Masterpact NT: HA (equivalent to H1). c for Masterpact NW: v NA and HA (equivalent to N1 and H1) v HF, a high-performance switch-disconnector including instantaneous protection to prevent closing on a shortcircuit. Once closed, the switch-disconnector is unprotected and behaves like an ordinary switch. It is often used for busbar coupling.

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Special applications

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Masterpact

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3 frame sizes, 2 families


The new range of power circuit breakers includes two families: c Masterpact NT, the worlds smallest true power circuit breaker, with ratings from 800 to 1600 A; c Masterpact NW, in two frame sizes, one from 800 to 4000 A and the other from 4000 A to 6300 A.

Masterpact NT
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800 to 1600 A

Masterpact NW
800 to 4000 A
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4000 to 6300 A
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offer can put us in the shade

No other

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Optimised volumes
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The smallest circuit breaker in the world


Masterpact NT innovates by offering all the performance of a power circuit breaker in an extremely small volume. The 70 mm pole pitch means a three-pole drawout circuit breaker can be installed in a switchboard section 400 mm wide and 400 mm deep.

Practical installation solutions:


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The new range improves upon all the installation solutions which have already made Masterpact a success. It has been designed to standardise switchboards, optimise volumes and simplify installation: c incoming connection to top or bottom terminals c no safety clearance required c connection: v horizontal or vertical rear connection v front connection with minimum extra space v mixed front and rear connections c 115 mm pole pitch on all versions c no derating up to 55 C and 4000A.

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Optimised volumes
Up to 4000 A, Masterpact NW circuit breakers are all the same size, the same as the old M08 to 32 range. The dimensions of a 3-pole Masterpact NW40 drawout circuit breaker are therefore 440 mm x 440 mm x 400 mm (H x W x D). From 4000 A to 6300 A, there is just one size, much smaller than before. The dimensions of a 3-pole Masterpact NW63 drawout circuit breaker are therefore 480 mm x 730 mm x 440 mm (H x W x D).

Retrofit solutions
Special connections are available to replace a fixed or drawout Masterpact M08 to 32 with a Masterpact NW, without modifying the busbars or the door cut-out.

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Ease of installation
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With optimised sizes, the Masterpact NT and NW ranges simplify the design of switchboards and standardise the installation of devices: c a single connection layout for Masterpact NT c three connection layouts for Masterpact NW: v one from 800 to 3200 A v one for 4000 A v one up to 6300 A c identical connection terminals from 800 to 6300 A (Masterpact NW) c front connection requires little space because the connectors to not increase the depth of the device c rear connection to vertical or horizontal busbars simply by turning the connectors 90.
Vertical front connection of a fixed Masterpact NW

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Connection to busbars.

Vertical and horizontal rear connection of a fixed Masterpact NW.

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Innovation
Greater dependability
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Filtered breaking
The patented new design of the arc chutes includes stainless-steel filters. The chutes absorb the energy released during breaking, thus limiting the stresses exerted on the installation. They filter and cool the gases produced, reducing effects perceptible from the outside.

Automatic unlatching
The automatic unlatching of the circuit breaker operating mechanism for high short-circuits extends performance up to 150kA. It produces ultrafast tripping for all short-circuits higher than 37 kA (L1) and 65 kA (H3). For lower short-circuits, the system does not react so that the control unit can provide total discrimination with downstream devices.

Filtered breaking.

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Greater intelligence
Today, with the high speed of calculation, the small size of memories and advances in miniaturisation, trip units have become circuit breaker control units offering increasingly powerful functions. They accurately measure system parameters, instantly calculate values, store data, log events, signal alarms, communicate, take action, etc. The new Masterpact ranges, equipped with Micrologic control units, constitute both an extremely reliable protective device and an accurate measurement instrument.

User friendly
Intuitive use
Navigation buttons on a Micrologic P control unit.

Micrologic control units are equipped with a digital LCD display used in conjunction with simple navigation buttons. Users can directly access parameters and settings. Navigation between screens is intuitive and the immediate display of values greatly simplifies settings. Text is displayed in the desired language.

backed by incomparable security


Protection functions are separate from the measurement functions. They are managed by an ASIC electronic component common to all the control units to guarantee immunity from conducted or radiated disturbances and ensure a high degree of reliability. A patented double setting system for protection functions establishes a maximum threshold set using the control-unit dials and fine adjustments via the keypad or remotely. The fine adjustments for thresholds (to within one ampere) and tripping delays (to within a fraction of a second) are displayed directly on the screen. The control unit cover can be lead-sealed to prevent uncontrolled access to the dials and protect the settings.

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Ready for the future


Compliance with environmental requirements
Schneider Electric fully takes into account environmental requirements, starting right from the design phase of every product through to the end of its service life: c the materials used for Masterpact are not potentially dangerous to the environment c the production facilities are non-polluting in compliance with the ISO 14001 standard c filtered breaking eliminates pollution in the switchboard and the energy dissipated per pole is low, making energy losses insignificant c the materials are marked to facilitate sorting for recycling at the end of product service life.

Integration in a communications network


Masterpact can be integrated in a general supervision system to optimise installation operation and maintenance. The communication architecture is open, and may be upgraded for interfacing with any protocol.

Simple upgrading of installations


Installations change, power levels increase, new equipment is required and switchboards must be extended. Masterpact is designed to adapt to these changes: c all control units are interchangeable c communication with a supervision system is an option that may be added at any time c a reserve chassis can be pre-addressed so that system parameters do not have to be modified when a drawout device is installed at a later date c any future changes to the products will be designed to ensure continuity with the current ranges, thus simplifying installation upgrades.

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Functions and characteristics

Presentation

General overview
Detailed contents 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 26 28 29 30 32 33 36 37

Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors


NT06 to NT16 NW08 to NW63

Micrologic control units


Overview of functions Micrologic A ammeter Micrologic P power meter Micrologic H harmonic meter Accessories and test equipment

Communication
COM option in Masterpact Overview of functions Masterpact in a communication network

Connections
Overview of solutions Optional accessories

Locking
On the device On the chassis

Indication contacts Remote operation


Remote ON/OFF Remote tripping

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40 43

Accessories Source-changeover systems


Presentation Mechanical interlocking Electrical interlocking Associated automatic controllers

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Display modules
Dimensions and connection Electrical diagrams Installation recommendations Additional characteristics References

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Functions and characteristics

General overview Detailed contents

This chapter describes all the functions offered by Masterpact NT and NW devices. The two product families have identical functions implemented using the same or different components depending on the case.
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Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors


c ratings: v Masterpact NT 630 to 1600 A v Masterpact NW 800 to 6300 A c circuit breakers type N1, H1, H2, H3, L1 c switch-disconnectors type NA, HA, HF c 3 or 4 poles c fixed or drawout versions c option with neutral on the right c protection derating

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Micrologic control units


Ammeter A 2.0 basic protection 5.0 selective protection 6.0 selective + earth-fault protection 7.0 selective + earth-leakage protection Power meter P 5.0 selective protection 6.0 selective + earth-fault protection 7.0 selective + earth-leakage protection Harmonic meter H 5.0 selective protection 6.0 selective + earth-fault protection 7.0 selective + earth-leakage protection c external sensor for earth-fault protection c rectangular sensor for earth-leakage protection c setting options (long-time rating plug): v low setting 0.4 to 0.8 x Ir v high setting 0.8 to 1 x Ir v without long-time protection c external power-supply module c battery module
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Communication
c COM option in Masterpact c Masterpact in a communication network

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Connections
c rear connection (horizontal or vertical) c front connection c mixed connections c optional accessories v bare-cable connectors and connector shields v terminal shields v vertical-connection adapters v cable-lug adapters v interphase barriers v spreaders v disconnectable front-connection adapter v safety shutters, shutter locking blocks, shutter position indication and locking
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Locking
c pushbutton locking by padlockable transparent cover c OFF-position locking by padlock or keylock c chassis locking in disconnected position by keylock c chassis locking in connected, disconnected and test positions c door interlock (inhibits door opening with breaker in connected position) c racking interlock (inhibits racking with door open) c racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton c automatic spring discharge before breaker removal c mismatch protection
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Indication contacts
c standard or low-level contacts: v ON/OFF indication (OF) v fault trip indication (SDE) v carriage switches for connected (CE), disconnected (CD) and test (CT) positions c programmable contacts: v 2 contacts (M2C) v 6 contacts (M6C).
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M2C contact

OF contact

Remote operation
c remote ON/OFF: v gear motor v XF closing or MX opening voltage releases v PF ready-to-close contact v options: RAR automatic or Res electrical remote reset - BPFE electrical closing pushbutton c remote tripping function: v MN voltage release - standard - adjustable or non-adjustable delay v or second MX voltage release

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Gear motor
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MX, XF and MN voltage releases

Accessories
c auxiliary terminal shield c operation counter c escutcheon c transparent cover for escutcheon c escutcheon blanking plate
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Functions and characteristics

Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors NT06 to NT16


common characteristics
number of poles rated insulation voltage (V) impulse withstand voltage (kV) rated operational voltage (V AC 50/60 Hz) suitability for isolation degree of pollution Ui Uimp Ue IEC 60947-2 IEC 60664-1 3/4 1000/1250 12 690 / 1000V 3

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circuit-breaker characteristics as per IEC 60947-2


rated current (A) rating of 4th pole (A) sensor ratings (A) type of circuit breaker ultimate breaking capacity (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz In at 40C / 50C**

Icu

rated service breaking capacity (kA rms) rated short-time withstand current (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz integrated instantaneous protection (kA peak 10%) rated making capacity (kA peak) V AC 50/60 H

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220/415 V 440 V 525 V 690 V 1000 V % Icu 0.5 s 3s 220/415 V 440 V 525 V 690 V 1000 V

Icm

break time (ms) closing time (ms)

circuit-breaker characteristics as per NEMA AB1


breaking capacity (kA) V AC 50/60 Hz 240 V 480 V 600 V

switch-disconnector characteristics as per IEC 60947-3


type of switch-disconnector rated making capacity (kA peak) V AC 50/60 Hz Icm 220/415 V 440 V 500/690 V 1000 V 0.5 s 3s

rated short-time withstand current (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz ultimate breaking capacity (Icu) with external protection relay, maximum delay 350 ms

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installation, connection and maintenance


service life C/O cycles x 1000 mechanical electrical with maintenance without maintenance without maintenance 440 V 690 V 1000 V 690 V FC RC FC RC 3P 4P 3P 4P 3P/4P 3P/4P

motor control (AC3-947-4) connection drawout fixed dimensions (mm) HxWxD drawout fixed weight (kg) (approximate) drawout fixed

* see the current-limiting curve in the additional characteristics section ** 50C: rear vertical connected. Refer to temperature derating tables for other connection types. (1) SELLIM system

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NT06
630 630 400 to 630 H1 42 42 42 42 100 % 42 20 88 88 88 88 25 < 50 42 42 42 HA 75 75 75 42 20 42 L1* 150 130 100 25 10 1(1) 330 286 220 52 9 H10 20 20 42 25

NT08
800 800 400 to 800

NT10
1000 1000 400 to 1000

NT12
1250 1250 630 to 1250 H1 42 42 42 42 100 % 42 20 88 88 88 88 25 < 50 42 42 42 HA 75 75 75 42 20 42 H10 20 20 42 25

NT16
1600 1600 800 to 1600

150 100 25

HA10 42 20 20

HA10 42 20 20

25 25 25 12.5 12.5 12.5 6 3 3 2 0.5 3 2 c c c c c c c c c c 322 x 288 x 280 322 x 358 x 280 301 x 274 x 211 301 x 344 x 211 30/39 14/18

25 12.5 6 (NT16: 3) 2 (NT16: 1) 2 (NT16: 1) c c c c

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sensor selection
sensor rating (A) Ir threshold setting (A) 400 160 to 400 630 250 to 630 800 320 to 800 1000 400 to 1000 1250 500 to 1250 1600 640 to 1600

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Functions and characteristics

Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors NW08 to NW63


common characteristics
number of poles rated insulation voltage (V) impulse withstand voltage (kV) rated operational voltage (V AC 50/60 Hz) suitability for isolation degree of pollution Ui Uimp Ue IEC 60947-2 IEC 60664-1 3/4 1000/1250 12 690/1150 4

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circuit-breaker characteristics as per IEC 60947-2


rated current (A) rating of 4th pole (A) sensor ratings (A)
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type of circuit breaker ultimate breaking capacity (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz

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rated service breaking capacity (kA rms) rated short-time withstand current (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz integrated instantaneous protection (kA peak 10%) rated making capacity (kA peak) V AC 50/60 Hz

Ics Icw

220/415 V 440 V 525 V 690 V 1150 V % Icu 1s 3s 220/415 V 440 V 525 V 690 V 1150 V

Icm

break time (ms) closing time (ms)

circuit-breaker characteristics as per NEMA AB1


breaking capacity (kA) V AC 50/60 Hz 240 V 480 V 600 V

switch-disconnector characteristics as per IEC 60947-3


type of switch-disconnector rated making capacity (kA peak) V AC 50/60 Hz Icm 220/415 V 440 V 500/690 V 1150 V 1s 3s

rated short-time withstand current (kA rms) V AC 50/60 Hz ultimate breaking capacity (Icu) with external protection relay, maximum delay 350 ms

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installation, connection and maintenance


service life C/O cycles x 1000 mechanical electrical with maintenance without maintenance without maintenance 440 V 690 V 1150 V 690 V FC RC FC RC 3P 4P 3P 4P 3P/4P 3P/4P

motor control (AC3-947-4) connection drawout fixed dimensions (mm) HxWxD drawout fixed weight (kg) (approximate) drawout fixed

* see the current-limiting curve in the additional characteristics section ** 50C: rear vertical connected. Refer to temperature derating tables for other connection types. (1) except 4000 A

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NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20


800 800 400 to 800 1000 1000 400 to 1000 1250 1250 630 to 1250 L1* 150 150 130 100 30 30 80 330 330 286 220 10 1600 1600 800 to 1600 2000 2000 1000 to 2000 H1 H2 65 100 65 100 65 85 65 85 100 % 65 85 36 75 without 190 143 220 143 220 143 187 143 187 25 25 < 70 65 65 65 HA 105 105 105 50 36 50 100 100 85 HF 187 187 187 85 75 85 H3 150 150 130 100 65 65 150 330 330 286 220 25 L1* 150 150 130 100 30 30 80 330 330 286 220 10 H10 50 50 50 without 105 25

NW25 NW32 NW40


2500 2500 1250 to 2500 3200 3200 1600 to 3200 H3 150 150 130 100 65 65 150 330 330 286 220 25 4000 4000 2000 to 4000 H10 50 50 50 without 105 25

NW40b NW50 NW63


4000 4000 2000 to 4000 5000 5000 2500 to 5000 6300 6300 3200 to 6300

N1 H1 H2 42 65 100 42 65 100 42 65 85 42 65 85 100 % 42 65 85 22 36 50 without without 190 88 143 220 88 143 220 88 143 187 88 143 187 25 25 25 < 70 42 42 42 NA 88 88 88 42 42 65 65 65 HA 105 105 105 50 36 50 100 100 85 HF 187 187 187 85 75 85

H10 50 50 50 without 105 25

H1 H2 65 100 65 100 65 85 65 85 100 % 65 85 65 75 without 190 143 220 143 220 143 187 143 187 25 25 < 70 65 65 65 HA 121 121 121 55 55 55 100 100 85 HF 187 187 187 85 75 85

H1 H2 100 150 100 150 100 130 100 100 100 % 100 100 100 100 without270 220 330 220 330 220 286 220 220 25 25 < 80 100 100 100 HA 187 187 187 85 85 85 150 150 100

150 150 100

HA10 105 50 50 50

150 150 100

150 150 100

HA10 105 50 50 50

150 150 100

HA10 105 50 50 50

25 12.5 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 c c c c c c c c c c c c 439 x 441 x 395 439 x 556 x 395 352 x 422x 297 352 x 537x 297 90/120 60/80

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10 5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 c c c c 479 x 786 x 395 479 x 1016 x 395 352 x 767x 297 352 x 997x 297 225/300 120/160

sensor selection
sensor rating (A) Ir threshold setting (A) 400 160 to 400 630 250 to 630 800 320 to 800 1000 400 to 1000 1250 500 to 1250 1600 630 to 1600 2000 800 to 2000 2500 1000 to 2500 3200 1250 to 3200 4000 1600 to 4000 5000 2000 to 5000 6300 2500 to 6300

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Functions and characteristics

Micrologic control units Overview of functions

All Masterpact circuit breakers are equipped with a Micrologic control unit that can be changed on site. Control units are designed to protect Power circuits and loads. Alarms may be programmed for remote indications. Measurements of current, voltage, frequency, power and power quality optimise continuity of service and energy management.

Dependability
Integration of protection functions in an ASIC electronic component used in all Micrologic control units guarantees a high degree of reliability and immunity to conducted or radiated disturbances. On Micrologic A, P and H control units, advanced functions are managed by an independent microprocessor.

Micrologic name codes


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Current protection
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X: type of protection c 2 for basic protection c 5 for selective protection c 6 for selective + earth-fault protection c 7 for selective + earth-leakage protection Y: control-unit generation Identification of the control-unit generation. 0 signifies the first generation. Z: type of measurement c A for ammeter c P for power meter c H for harmonic meter.

Protection:
0 Ir Isd I long time + instantaneous

Micrologic 5: selective protection


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Protection:
0
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Ir

Isd

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long time + short time + instantaneous

Micrologic 6: selective + earth-fault protection


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Protection:
long time + short time + instantaneous + earth fault

Ir

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Micrologic 7: selective + earth-leakage protection


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E46034

Protection:
long time + short time + instantaneous + earth leakage

Ir

Isd

Ii

In

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Measurements and programmable protection


A: ammeter
c I1, I2, I3, IN, Iearth-fault, Iearth-leakage and maximeter for these measurements c fault indications c settings in amperes and in seconds

P: A + power meter + programmable protection


c measurements of V, A, W, VAR, VA, Wh, VARh, VAh, Hz, Vpeak, Apeak, power factor and maximeters and minimeters c IDMTL long-time protection, minimum and maximum voltage and frequency, voltage and current imbalance, phase sequence, reverse power c load shedding and reconnection depending on power or current c measurements of interrupted currents, differentiated fault indications, maintenance indications, event histories and time-stamping, etc.

H: P + harmonics
c power quality: fundamentals, distortion, amplitude and phase of harmonics up to the 51st order c waveform capture after fault, alarm or on request c enhanced alarm programming: thresholds and actions

2.0 A

E46251
100 % 40 %
menu

E46252

5.0 P
100 %

40 %

menu

E46253

E46255

5.0 A

5.0 H

6.0 A

6.0 P
100 %

E46256

6.0 H

40 %

menu

E46253

E46256

7.0 A

7.0 P
100 %

7.0 H

40 %

menu

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E46256

E46256

E46255

Schneider Electric

Functions and characteristics

Control units Micrologic A ammeter

Micrologic A control units protect power circuits. They also offer measurements, display, communication and current maximeters. Version 6 provides earth-fault protection, version 7 provides earth-leakage protection.
E46028

Protection settings ........................................................


Protection thresholds and delays are set using the adjustment dials. The selected values are momentarily displayed in amperes and in seconds. Setting accuracy may be enhanced by limiting the setting range using a different long-time rating plug. Overload protection True rms long-time protection. Thermal memory: thermal image before and after tripping. Short-circuit protection Short-time (rms) and instantaneous protection. Selection of I2t type (ON or OFF) for short-time delay. Earth fault protection Residual or source ground return. Selection of I2t type (ON or OFF) for delay. Residual earth-leakage protection (Vigi). Operation without an external power supply. d Protected against nuisance tripping. k DC-component withstand class A up to 10 A. Neutral protection On three-pole circuit breakers, neutral protection is not possible. On four-pole circuit breakers, neutral protection may be set using a three-position switch: neutral unprotected (4P 3t), neutral protection at 0.5 In (4P 3t + N/2), neutral protection at In (4P 4t). Zone selective interlocking (ZSI) A ZSI terminal block may be used to interconnect a number of control units to provide total discrimination for short-time and earth-fault protection, without a delay before tripping.

Micrologic 6.0 A

9 10
t= In= tsd= tr= Isd= Ii= Ir= Ig= tg=

MAX s kA

11

100 % 12 40 % 13

Ammeter measurements ...........................................

menu

menu

Micrologic A control units measure the true rms value of currents. A digital LCD screen continuously displays the most heavily loaded phase (Imax) or displays the I1, I2, I3, IN, Ig, In, stored-current (maximeter) and setting values by successively pressing the navigation button. The optional external power supply makes it possible to display currents < 20% In.

long time

Ir

.7 .6 .5 .4

.8

x In

tr 8 (s) 4 .9 12 16 .95 2 .98 1 20 24 1 .5


@ 6 Ir

alarm

2 7

Communication option
In conjunction with the COM communication option, the control unit transmits the following: c setting values c all ammeter measurements c tripping causes c maximeter reset.

short time

instantaneous

Isd 4 5 3 2.5 6 2 8 1.5 10 x Ir


setting

tsd
(s)

.4 .4 .3 .2 .1
0 I t off
2 delay

Ii 4 3

.3 .2 .1
on tg

6 8 10 12 15 off 2 x In
test

Ig

D C B A

F G H J

(s)

.4 .4 .3 .2 .1
I t
2

6 8

.3 .2 .1
on

0 off

ground fault

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

long-time current setting and tripping delay overload signal (LED) short-time pick-up and tripping delay instantaneous pick-up earth-leakage or earth-fault pick-up and tripping delay earth-leakage or earth-fault test button long-time rating plug screw test connector lamp test, reset and battery test indication of tripping cause digital display three-phase bargraph and ammeter navigation buttons

Note. Micrologic A control units come with a transparent leadseal cover as standard.

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Protection
long time current setting (A) Ir = In x tripping between 1.05 and 1.20 x Ir time delay (s) accuracy: 0 to -30 % accuracy: 0 to -20 % accuracy: 0 to -20 %) thermal memory instantaneous pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 % time delay Isd = Ir x

Micrologic 2.0 A
0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.95 other ranges or disable by changing rating plug 12.5 25 50 100 200 300 400 0.5 1 2 4 8 12 16 0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7 5.5 8.3 11 20 minutes before and after tripping 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 5 6 0.98 500 20 13.8 1 600 24 16.6
E46022

t Ir

tr at 1.5 x Ir tr at 6 x Ir tr at 7.2 x Ir

tr

10

Isd 0 I

fixed: 20 ms

Ammeter
continuous current measurements measurements from 20 to 200 % de In accuracy: 1.5% (including sensors) maximeters

Micrologic 2.0 A
I2 I3 IN I1 no auxiliary source (where I > 20 % In) I1 max I2 max I3 max IN max

menu

Protection
long time current setting (A) Ir = In x tripping between 1.05 and 1.20 x Ir time delay (s) accuracy: 0 to -30 % accuracy: 0 to -20 % accuracy: 0 to -20 % thermal memory short time pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 % time delay (ms) at 10 Ir Isd = Ir x Off I2t On tsd (max resettable time) tsd (max break time) Ii = In x settings I2t

Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 A


Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 A 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.95 other ranges or disable by changing rating plug 12.5 25 50 100 200 300 400 0.5 1 2 4 8 12 16 0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7 5.5 8.3 11 20 minutes before and after tripping 1.5 0 20 80 2 2 0.1 0.1 80 140 3 2.5 0.2 0.2 140 200 4 3 0.3 0.3 230 320 6 4 0.4 0.4 350 500 8 10 12 15 off 5 6 0.98 500 20 13.8 1 600 24 16.6
E46023

Ir tr Isd tsd

tr at 1.5 x Ir tr at 6 x Ir tr at 7.2 x Ir

10 0

Ii I

instantaneous pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 % earth fault pick up (A) accuracy: 10 %

time delay (ms) at In or 1200 A

Ig = In x In i 400 A 400 A < In i 1200 A In > 1200 A settings I2t Off I2t On tg (max resettable time) tg (max break time)

Micrologic 6.0 A A B C 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.2 0.3 0.4 500 640 720 0 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.2 20 80 140 80 140 200 Micrologic 7.0 A 0.5 1 2 60 80 140 140 140 200 230 230 320

D 0.5 0.5 800 0.3 0.3 230 320 3 350 350 500

E 0.6 0.6 880 0.4 0.4 350 500 5 800 800 1000

F 0.7 0.7 960

G 0.8 0.8 1040

H 0.9 0.9 1120

J 1 1 1200

E46024

t Ig tg

I t on I t off
2

residual earth leakage (Vigi) sensitivity (A) In accuracy: 0 to -20 % time delay (ms.) settings tn (max resettable time) tn (max break time)

10

20

30

E46243A

In tn

0
menu

Ammeter
continuous current measurements measurements from 20 to 200 % of In accuract: 1.5 % (including sensors) maximeters

Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 A


I2 I3 IN Ig In I1 no auxiliary source (where I > 20 % In) I1 max I2 max I3 max IN max Ig max In max

Note. All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. The test / reset button resets maximeters, clears the tripping indication and tests the battery.

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Functions and characteristics

Control units Micrologic P power

Micrologic P control units include all the functions offered by Micrologic A. In addition, they measure voltages and calculate power and energy values. They also offer new protection functions based on currents, voltages, frequency and power reinforce load protection.
E46017

Protection settings ........................................................

Micrologic 6.0 P

9 10

I (A)
Trip

2000A
11
24s 20 kA 0.4s Off

The adjustable protection functions are identical to those of Micrologic A (overloads, short-circuits, earth-fault and earth-leakage protection). Double setting Within the range determined by the adjustment dial, fine adjustment of thresholds (to within one ampere) and time delays (to within one second) is possible on the keypad or remotely using the COM option. IDMTL setting Coordination with fuse-type or medium-voltage protection systems is optimised by adjusting the slope of the overload-protection curve. This setting also ensures better operation of this protection function with certain loads. Neutral protection On three-pole circuit breakers, neutral protection may be set using the keypad or remotely using the COM option, to one of four positions: neutral unprotected (4P 3t), neutral protection at 0.5 In (4P 3t + N/2), neutral protection at In (4P 4t) and neutral protection at 2 In (4P 3t + 2N). Neutral protection at 2 In is used when the neutral conductor is twice the size of the phase conductors (major load imbalance, high level of third order harmonics). On four-pole circuit breakers, neutral protection may be set using a three-position switch or the keypad: neutral unprotected (4P 3t), neutral protection at 0.5 In (4P 3t + N/2), neutral protection at In (4P 4t). Neutral protection produces no effect if the long-time curve is set to one of the IDMTL protection settings.

Programmable alarms and other protection ......................


Depending on the thresholds and time delays set using the keypad or remotely using the COM option, the Micrologic P control unit monitors currents and voltage, power, frequency and the phase sequence. Each threshold overrun is signalled remotely via the COM option. Each threshold overrun may be combined with tripping (protection) or an indication carried out by an optional M2C or M6C programmable contact (alarm), or both (protection and alarm).

13 12 15 14

Load shedding and reconnection ........................................


Load shedding and reconnection parameters may be set according to the power or the current flowing through the circuit breaker. Load shedding is carried out by a supervisor via the COM option or by an M2C or M6C programmable contact.

long time

Ir .7

.8

.6 .5 .4

x In

tr 8 (s) 4 .9 12 16 .95 2 .98 1 20 24 1 .5


@ 6 Ir

alarm

2 7

Measurements .......................................................................
The Micrologic P control unit calculates in real time all the electrical values (V, A, W, VAR, VA, Wh, VARh, VAh, Hz), power factors and crest factors. The Micrologic P control unit also calculates demand current and demand power over an adjustable time period. Each measurement is associated with a minimeter and a maximeter. In the event of tripping on a fault, the interrupted current is stored. The optional external power supply makes it possible to display the value with the circuit breaker open or not supplied.

short time

instantaneous

3 16

Isd 4 5 3 2.5 6 2 8 1.5 10 x Ir


setting

tsd
(s)

on tg

.4 .4 .3 .2 .3 .1 .2 .1 2 0
I t
delay

Ii 4 3

off

6 8 10 12 15 off 2 x In
test

Ig

D C B A

F G H J

(s)

.4 .4 .3 .2 .1
I t
2

6 8

.3 .2 .1
on

0 off

ground fault

Histories and maintenance indicators ................................


The last ten trips and alarms are recorded in two separate history files. Maintenance indications (contact wear, operation cycles, etc.) are recorded for local access.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

long-time current setting and tripping delay overload signal (LED) short-time pick-up and tripping delay instantaneous pick-up earth-leakage or earth-fault pick-up and tripping delay earth-leakage or earth-fault test button long-time rating plug screw test connector lamp + battery test and indications reset indication of tripping cause high-resolution screen measurement display maintenance indicators protection settings navigation buttons hole for settings lockout pin on transparent cover

Indication option via programmable contacts


The M2C (two contacts) and M6C (six contacts) auxiliary contacts may be used to signal threshold overruns or status changes. They can be programmed using the keypad on the Micrologic P control unit or remotely using the COM option.

Communication option (COM)


The communication option may be used to: c remotely read and set parameters for the protection functions c transmit all the calculated indicators and measurements c signal the causes of tripping and alarms c consult the history files and the maintenance-indicator register. An event log and a maintenance register, stored in control-unit memory but not available locally, may be accessed in addition via the COM option.

Note. Micrologic P control units come with a non-transparent lead-seal cover as standard.

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Protection
long time (rms) current setting (A) Ir = In x tripping between 1.05 and 1.20 x Ir time delay (s) accuracy: 0 to -30 % accuracy: 0 to -20 % accuracy: 0 to -20 % IDMTL setting curve slope thermal memory short time (rms) pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 % time delay (ms.) at 10 x Ir Isd = Ir x Off I2t On tsd (max resettable time) tsd (max break time) settings Ii = In x I2t

Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 P


Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 P 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.95 other ranges or disable by changing rating plug 12.5 25 50 100 200 300 400 0.5 1 2 4 8 12 16 0.34 0.69 1.38 2.7 5.5 8.3 11 SIT VIT EIT HVFuse DT 20 minutes before and after tripping 1.5 0 20 80 2 2 0.1 0.1 80 140 3 2.5 0.2 0.2 140 200 4 3 0.3 0.3 230 320 6 4 0.4 0.4 350 500 8 10 12 15 OFF 5 6 0.98 500 20 13.8 1 600 24 16.6
IDMTL
E46021

+
t Ir

tr at 1.5 x Ir tr at 6 x Ir tr at 7.2 x Ir

tr Isd tsd Ii

10

instantaneous pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 % earth fault pick-up (A) accuracy: 10 %

time delay (ms.) at 10 x Ir

Ig = In x In i 400 A 400 A < In i 1200 A In > 1200 A settings I2t Off I2t On tg (max resettable time) tg (max break time)

Micrologic 6.0 P A B C 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.2 0.3 0.4 500 640 720 0 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.2 20 80 140 80 140 200 Micrologic 7.0 P 0.5 1 2 60 60 140 140 140 200 230 230 320

D 0.5 0.5 800 0.3 0.3 230 320 3 350 350 500

E 0.6 0.6 880 0.4 0.4 350 500 5 7

F 0.7 0.7 960

G 0.8 0.8 1040

H 0.9 0.9 1120

J 1 1 1200

E46024

t Ig tg

I t on I t off
2

residual earth leakage (Vigi) sensitivity (A) In accuracy: 0 to -20 % time delay (ms.) settings tn (max resettable time) tn (max break time)

E46243

10

20

30

In tn

800 800 1000

Alarms and other protection


current current imbalance maximum demand current voltage voltage imbalance minimum voltage maximum voltage power reserve power frequency minimum frequency maximum frequency phase sequence sequence Iimbalance Imax demand: I1, I2, I3, IN, Ig Uimbalance Umin Umax rP Fmin Fmax

Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 P


threshold 0.05 to 0.6 Imax 0.4 In at short-time pick-up 0.02 to 0.3 Uaverage 60 to 690 V between phases 100 to 930 V between phases 5 to 500 kW 45 to 400 Hz 45 to 540 Hz 1/2/3 or 1/3/2 time delay 1 to 40 s. 0 to 1500 s. 1 to 40 s. 0.2 to 5 s. 0.2 to 5 s.
E46015

t threshold threshold

delay
0.2 to 20 s. 0.2 to 5 s. 0.2 to 5 s. instantaneous

delay 0 I/U/P/F

Load shedding and reconnection


measured value current power I P

Micrologic 5.0 / 6.0 / 7.0 P


threshold 0.5 to 1 Ir per phases 200 kW to 10 MW time delay 20% tr to 80% tr. 10 to 3600 s.
E46016

t threshold threshold

delay

delay I/P

Note. All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. Voltage-based protection functions are connected to AC power via a voltage measurement input built into the circuit breaker.

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Functions and characteristics

Control units Micrologic P power

E46258

3850A
N 1 2 3
100

Imax
I1 I2 I3 IN I = = = = =

instant.
4800A 4600A 4000A 200A 13A

Navigation from one display to another is intuitive. The six buttons on the keypad provide access to the menus and easy selection of values. When the setting cover is closed, the keypad may no longer be used to access the protection settings, but still provides access to the displays for measurements, histories, indicators, etc.

E46261

Measurements .......................................................................
Instantaneous values The value displayed on the screen is refreshed every second. Minimum and maximum values of measurements are stored in memory (minimeters and maximeters). currents

50

Reset ( + / - )
0

Default display

Display of a maximum current

I rms I max rms

A A A A V V V % W, Var, VA Wh, VARh, VAh totals

1 2 e-fault 1 2 e-fault

3 N e-leakage 3 N diffrentiel

E46262

E46263

U inst.
U12 = U23 = U31 = U1N = U2N = U3N = 400V 404V 401V 230V 229V 233V

Pinst.
P Q S (kW) +2180 (kVAR) -650 (kVA) +2280

voltages
U rms V rms U average rms U imbalance 12 23 31 1N 2N 3N (U12 + U23 + U31) / 3

power, energy
P active, Q reactive, S apparent E active, E reactive, E apparent totals consumed - supplied totals consumed totals supplied total

power factory

PF Hz

frequencies
Display of a voltage Display of a power F

F (Hz)

Pdemand Pdemande
Active P (kW) P 2180 kW +2180

Demand metering The demand is calculated over a fixed or sliding time window that may be programmed from 5 to 60 minutes. According to the contract signed with the power supplier, an indicator associated with a load shedding function makes it possible to avoid or minimise the costs of overrunning the subscribed power. Maximum demand values are systematically stored and time stamped (maximeter). currents
I demand I max demand A A A A W, Var, VA W, Var, VA totals totals 1 2 e-fault 1 2 e-fault 3 N e-leakage 3 N e-leakage

E47305

E46265

60.0

Q Ractive (kVAR) Q - 650 kVAR -650 S (kVA) Apparente+2280 S 2280 kVA

power
P, Q, S demand P, Q, S max demand

Display of a frequency

Display of a demand power

Minimeters and maximeters Only the current and power maximeters may be displayed on the screen.

Histories .................................................................................
The last ten trips and alarms are recorded in two separate history files that may be displayed on the screen. c tripping history: v type of fault v date and time v values measured at the time of tripping (interrupted current, etc.). c alarm history: v type of fault v date and time v values measured at the time of the alarm..
E46259 E46260

Trip history Ir
03/08/1999

Trip
03/08/1999 12:02:36 Ir = I1 = I2 = I3 = IN = 1000A 1200A 1430A 1060A 53A

Isd
27/07/1999

Umax
30/06/1999

Maintenance indicators ........................................................


A number of maintenance indicators may be called up on the screen: c contact wear c operation counter: v cumulative total v total since last reset

Display of a tripping history

Display after tripping

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E47070

File

POWERLOGIC System Manager Demo Edit View Setup Control Display Reports

Tools Window Help 5 seconds

With the communication option


Additional measurements, maximeters and minimeters Certain measured or calculated values are only accessible with the COM communication option: c I peak / r, (I1 + I2 + I3)/3, I imbalance c load level in % Ir c total power factor The maximeters and minimeters are available only via the COM option for use with a supervisor. Event log All events are time stamped. c trips c beginning and end of alarms c modifications to settings and parameters c counter resets c system faults: v fallback position v thermal self-protection c loss of time c overrun of wear indicators c test-kit connections c etc. Maintenance register Used as an aid in troubleshooting and to better plan for device maintenance operations. c highest current measured c operation counter c number of test-kit connections c number of trips in operating mode and in test mode c contact-wear indicator.

Sampling Mode : MANUAL

Time
04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 08:49:06 08:49:01 08:48:38 08:48:30 08:46:16 08:39:19 08:39:06 08:39:06 08:38:57 08:30:44 08:24:31 08:24:30 08:24:15 08:18:07 07:54:05 07:53:55 07:53:54 07:51:46 07:51:33 07:51:29 07:50:17 07:50:17 07:49:13 07:48:57 07:48:38 07:48:22 07:46:54 07:44:59 07:44:59

Event
Net Server Shutdown User Log Out DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change User Log In Security Check Net Server Started User Log In Net Server Shutdown Security Check Net server Started User Log IN IPC Error DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change Setup: Device Name Change Setup: Device Added Setup: Device Name Change Setup: Device Added User Log In Security Check Net Server Started User : master User : master User : master User : master User : master User : master Key Status : Key Found User : master Level : 1 User level : 1 TOD Event Tasks Tasks TOD Events User level : 1

Module
PowerLogic Network SMS-3000 Client Alarm Setup Alarm Setup Alarm Setup SMS-3000 Client PowerLogic Network Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Event/Alarm/Network User : master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Key Status : Key Found PowerLogic Network User : master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Event/Alarm/Network User : NA Err : 109 SMS-3000 Client User : -1 Logger Template Devices Logger Setup User : -1 Logger Template Topics Logger Setup User : -1 Logger Templates Logger Setup User : master Analog Levels Assigned Alarm Setup User : master Analog Levels Template Alarm Setup User : master Functions Alarm Setup User : master Digital Levels Assigned Alarm Setup User : master Analog Levels Assigned Alarm Setup Device : MicroLogic Breaker User :master Device Setup Device : MicroLogic Breaker User :master Device Setup Device : Transformer Temp User : master Device Setup Device : Transformer Temp User :master Device Setup User : master User Level : 1 SMS-3000 Client Key Status : Key Found PowerLogic Network User :master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network

Ready

ONLINE: DEMO

No working system

9:30

Display of an event log on a supervisor

Additional technical characteristics


Setting the display language System messages may be displayed in six different languages. The desired language is selected via the keypad. Protection functions All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. Voltage-based protection functions are connected to AC power via a voltage measurement input built into the circuit breaker. Measurement functions Measurement functions are independent of the protection functions. The high-accuracy measurement module operates independently of the protection module, while remaining synchronised with protection events. Measurement-calculation mode c measurement functions implement the new zero blind time concept which consists in continuously measuring signals at a high sampling rate. The traditional blind window used to process samples no longer exists. This method ensures accurate energy calculations even for highly variable loads (welding machines, robots, etc.). c energies are calculated on the basis of the instantaneous power values, in two manners: v the traditional mode where only positive (consumed) energies are considered v the signed mode where the positive (consumed) and negative (supplied) energies are considered separately. Accuracy of measurements (including sensors) cvoltage (V) 1% c current (A) 1.5% c frequency (Hz) 0.1 Hz c power (W) and energy (Wh) 2.5% Stored information The fine setting adjustments, the last 100 events and the maintenance register remain in the control-unit memory even when power is lost. Time-stamping Time-stamping is activated only if an external power supply module is present (max. drift of 1 hour per year). Reset An individual reset, via the keypad or remotely, acts on alarms, minimum and maximum data, peak values, the counters and the indicators.

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Functions and characteristics

Control units Micrologic H harmonics

Micrologic H control units include all the functions offered by Micrologic P. Integrating significantly enhanced calculation and memory functions, the Micrologic H control unit offers in-depth analysis of power quality and detailed event diagnostics. It is intended for operation with a supervisor.
E46257

In addition to the Micrologic P functions, the Micrologic H control unit offers: c in-depth analysis of power quality including calculation of harmonics and the fundamentals c diagnostics aid and event analysis through waveform capture c enhanced alarm programming to analyse and track down a disturbance on the AC power system

Measurements .......................................................................
The Micrologic H control unit offers all the measurements carried out by Micrologic P, with in addition: c phase by phase measurements of: v power, energy v power factors c calculation of: v current and voltage total harmonic distortion (THD) v current, voltage and power fundamentals (50 Hz) v current and voltage harmonics up to the 51st order. Instantaneous values displayed on the screen currents
I rms I max rms A A A A V V V % W, Var, VA Wh, VARh, VAh 1 2 e-fault 1 2 e-fault 3 N e-leakage 3 N e-leakage

Micrologic 7.0 H

I U P E

(A) (V) (kW) (kWh)

voltages
U rms V rms U average rms U imbalance 12 23 31 1N 2N 3N (U12 + U23 + U31) / 3

Harmonics

power, energy
P active, Q reactive, S apparent E active, E reactive, E apparent totals 1 2 3 totals consumed - supplied totals consumed totals supplied total 1 2 3

power factor

PF Hz

frequencies
long time

F
alarm

Ir .7 .6 .5 .4

.8

x In

tr 8 (s) 4 .9 12 16 .95 2 .98 1 20 24 1 .5


@ 6 Ir

power-quality indicators
total fundamentals THD U and I harmonics % amplitude U I U I 3 5 P Q S 7 9 11 13

short time

instantaneous

Isd 4 5 3 2.5 6 2 8 1.5 10 x Ir


setting

tsd
(s)

.4 .4 .3 .2 .1 0 I t off
2 delay

Ii

.3 .2 .1
on

6 8 10 4 12 3 15 off 2 x In
test

Harmonics 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13, monitored by electrical utilities, are displayed on the screen.

In
(A)

3 2 1 .5

t (ms) 230 10 140 20 30 60 7

350
800

Demand measurements Similar to the Micrologic P control unit, the demand values are calculated over a fixed or sliding time window that may be set from 5 to 60 minutes. currents
I demand I max demand A A A A W, Var, VA W, Var, VA totals totals 1 2 e-fault 1 2 e-fault 3 N e-leakage 3 N e-leakage

earth leakage

puissances
P, Q, S demand P, Q, S max demand

Maximeters Only the current maximeters may be displayed on the screen.

Histories and maintenance indicators


These functions are identical to those of the Micrologic P.

Note. Micrologic H control units come with a non-transparent lead-seal cover as standard.

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E47071

POWERLOGIC System Manager Demo File Edit View Setup Control Display

Reports

Tools Window Help 5 seconds

With the communication option


Additional measurements, maximeters and minimeters Certain measured or calculated values are only accessible with the COM communication option: c I peak / r, (I1 + I2 + I3)/3, I imbalance c load level in % Ir c power factor (total and per phase) c voltage and current THD c K factors of currents and average K factor c crest factors of currents and voltages c all the fundamentals per phase c fundamental current and voltage phase displacement c distortion power and distortion factor phase by phase c amplitude and displacement of current and voltage harmonics 3 to 51. The maximeters and minimeters are available only via the COM option for use with a supervisor. Waveform capture The Micrologic H control unit stores the last 12 cycles of each instantaneous current or voltage measurement. On request or automatically on programmed events, the control unit stores the waveforms. The waveforms may be displayed in the form of oscillograms by a supervisor via the COM option. Enhanced alarm programming Each instantaneous value can be compared to user-set high and low thresholds. Overrun of a threshold generates an alarm. An alarm or combinations of alarms can be linked to programmable actions, including circuit-breaker opening, activation of a M2C or M6C contact, selective recording of measurements in a log, waveform capture, etc. Event log and maintenance registers The Micrologic H offers the same event log and maintenance register functions as the Micrologic P.

Sampling Mode : MANUAL

Time

Event

Module

Phase A-N Voltage - Harmonics Analysis 1,20


Phase 1-N
Harmonics(RMS)

Fundamental:

1,00

RMS: RMS-H:

0,80
% Fundamental

Peak: CF: THD:

H1: 118.09 H2: 0.01 H3: 0.45 H4: 0.03 H5: 0.45 H6: 0.04 H7: 1.27 H8: 0.05 H9: 0.42 H10: 0.01 H11: 1.03 H12: 0.07

0,60
OK

0,40

0,20 0,00 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7
Harmonics

H8

H9

H10

H11

H12

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Display of harmonics up to 12th order.


E47072

File

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Phase A-N Voltage 167 83 0 -83 -167 17 33 50 66 642 321 0 -321 -642 17

Phase A Current

33

50

66

Your Specific Device - Phase A-N Voltage


Harmonics(RMS)

Fundamental:

118.08 118.11 2.38 166.86 1.41 2.02

Phase B-N Voltage 167 83 0 -83 -167 17 33 50

RMS: RMS-H: Peak: CF: THD:

H1: 118.09 H2: 0.01 H3: 0.45 H4: 0.03 H5: 0.45 H6: 0.04 H7: 1.27 H8: 0.05 H9: 0.42 H10: 0.01 H11: 1.03 H12: 0.07

OK

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Waveform capture
E47070
File

POWERLOGIC System Manager Demo Edit View Setup Control Display Reports

Additional technical characteristics


Tools Window Help 5 seconds

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Time
04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 04/21/98 08:49:06 08:49:01 08:48:38 08:48:30 08:46:16 08:39:19 08:39:06 08:39:06 08:38:57 08:30:44 08:24:31 08:24:30 08:24:15 08:18:07 07:54:05 07:53:55 07:53:54 07:51:46 07:51:33 07:51:29 07:50:17 07:50:17 07:49:13 07:48:57 07:48:38 07:48:22 07:46:54 07:44:59 07:44:59

Event
Net Server Shutdown User Log Out DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change User Log In Security Check Net Server Started User Log In Net Server Shutdown Security Check Net server Started User Log IN IPC Error DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change DB Table Change Setup: Device Name Change Setup: Device Added Setup: Device Name Change Setup: Device Added User Log In Security Check Net Server Started User : master User : master User : master User : master User : master User : master Key Status : Key Found User : master Level : 1 User level : 1 TOD Event Tasks Tasks TOD Events User level : 1

Module
PowerLogic Network SMS-3000 Client Alarm Setup Alarm Setup Alarm Setup SMS-3000 Client PowerLogic Network Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Event/Alarm/Network User : master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Key Status : Key Found PowerLogic Network User : master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network Event/Alarm/Network User : NA Err : 109 SMS-3000 Client User : -1 Logger Template Devices Logger Setup User : -1 Logger Template Topics Logger Setup User : -1 Logger Templates Logger Setup User : master Analog Levels Assigned Alarm Setup User : master Analog Levels Template Alarm Setup User : master Functions Alarm Setup User : master Digital Levels Assigned Alarm Setup User : master Analog Levels Assigned Alarm Setup Device : MicroLogic Breaker User :master Device Setup Device : MicroLogic Breaker User :master Device Setup Device : Transformer Temp User : master Device Setup Device : Transformer Temp User :master Device Setup User : master User Level : 1 SMS-3000 Client Key Status : Key Found PowerLogic Network User :master Level : 1 PowerLogic Network

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Log

Setting the display language System messages may be displayed in six different languages. The desired language is selected via the keypad. Protection functions All current-based protection functions require no auxiliary source. Voltage-based protection functions are connected to AC power via a voltage measurement input built into the circuit breaker. Measurement functions Measurement functions are independent of the protection functions. The high-accuracy measurement module operates independently of the protection module, while remaining synchronised with protection events. Measurement-calculation mode An analogue calculation function dedicated to measurements enhances the accuracy of harmonic calculations and the power-quality indicators. The Micrologic H control unit calculates electrical magnitudes using 1.5 x In dynamics (20 x In for Micrologic P). Measurement functions implement the new zero blind time concept Energies are calculated on the basis of the instantaneous power values, in the traditional and signed modes. Harmonic components are calculated using the discrete Fourier transform (DFT). Accuracy of measurements (including sensors) cvoltage (V) 1% c current (A) 1.5% c frequency (Hz) 0.1 Hz c power (W) and energy (Wh) 2.5% c total harmonic distortion 1% Stored information The fine-setting adjustments, the last 100 events and the maintenance register remain in the control-unit memory even when power is lost. Time-stamping Time-stamping is activated only if an external power supply module is present (max. drift of 1 hour per year). Reset An individual reset, via the keypad or remotely, acts on alarms, minimum and maximum data, peak values, the counters and the indicators.

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Functions and characteristics

Micrologic control units Accessories and test equipment

E47477

External sensor (CT)

External sensors
External sensor for earth-fault and neutral protection The sensors, used with the 3P circuit breakers, are installed on the neutral conductor for: c neutral protection (with Micrologic P and H) c residual type earth-fault protection (with Micrologic A, P and H).. The rating of the sensor (CT) must be compatible with the rating of the circuit breaker: c NT06 NT16: TC 400/1600 c NW08 NW20: TC 400/2000 c NW25 NW40: TC 1000/4000 c NW40b NW63: TC 2000/6300. For double neutral protection (2 IN,) the sensor rating must be compatible with the measurement range: 2 x IN. Rectangular sensor for earth-leakage protection The sensor is installed around the busbars (phases + neutral) to detect the zerophase sequence current required for the earth-leakage protection. Rectangular sensors are available in two sizes. Inside dimensions (mm) c 280 x 115 up to 1600 A for Masterpact NT c 470 x 160 up to 4000 A for Masterpact NW. External sensor for source ground return protection The sensor is installed around the connection of the transformer neutral point to earth and connects to the Micrologic 6.0 control unit via an MDGF module to provide the source ground return (SGR) protection. Voltage measurement inputs Voltage measurement inputs are required for power measurements and for earthleakage protection. As standard, the control unit is supplied by internal voltage measurement inputs placed downstream of the pole for voltages between 100 and 690 V AC. On request, it is possible to replace the internal voltage measurement inputs by an external connector which enables the control unit to draw power directly from the distribution system upstream of the circuit breaker.

056467

Rectangular sensor for source return protection

Long-time rating plug


056412

Four interchangeable plugs may be used to limit the long-time threshold setting range for higher accuracy. As standard, control units are equipped with the 0.4 to 1 plug. Setting ranges
standard Ir = In x Low-setting option Ir = In x high-setting option Ir = In x off plug 0,4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.95 0.98 1 0.4 0.45 0.50 0.55 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.8 0.80 0.82 0.85 0.88 0.90 0.92 0.95 0.98 1 no long-time protection

025173

External power-supply module


The external power-supply module makes it possible to use the display even if the circuit breaker is open or not supplied (for the exact conditions of use, see the electrical diagrams part of this catalogue). This module powers both the control unit and the M2C and M6C programmable contacts. With the Micrologic A control unit, this module makes it possible to display currents of less than 20% of In. With the Micrologic P and H, it can be used to display fault currents after tripping and to time-stamp events (alarms and trips). Characteristics c power supply: v 110/130, 200/240, 380/415 V AC (+ 10% - 15%), consumption 10 VA v 24/30, 48/60, 100/125 V DC (+20% -20%), consumption 10 W c output voltage: 24 V DC; power delivered: 5 W / 5 VA c ripple < 5% c class 2 isolation.

025171

Battery module
The battery module makes it possible to use the display even if the power supply to the Micrologic control unit is interrupted. Characteristics: c battery run-time: 12 hours (approximately) c mounted on vertical backplate or symmetrical rail

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056429

Spare parts
Lead-seal covers A lead-seal cover controls access to the adjustment dials. When the cover is closed: c it is impossible to modify settings using the keypad unless the settings lockout pin on the cover is removed. c the test connector remains accessible. c the test button for the earth-fault and earth-leakage protection function remains accessible. Characteristics c transparent cover for basic Micrologic and Micrologic A control units c non-transparent cover for Micrologic P and H control units. Spare battery A battery supplies power to the LEDs identifying the tripping causes. Battery service life is approximately ten years. A test button on the front of the control unit is used to check the battery condition. The battery may be replaced on site when discharged.

Lead-seal cover

M2C, M6C programmable contacts


056413 056430

These contacts are optional equipment for the Micrologic P and H control units. They are described with the indication contacts for the circuit breakers. characteristics
minimum load breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.7 V AC V DC 240 380 24 48 125 250

M2C/M6C
10mA/24V 5 3 1.8 1.5 0.4 0.15

M2C

M6C

M2C: 24 V DC power supplied by control unit (consumption 100 mA). M6C: external 24 V DC power supply required (consumption 100 mA).

Test equipment
Mini test kit The autonomous hand-held mini test kit may be used to: c check operation of the control unit and the tripping and pole-opening system by sending a signal simulating a short-circuit c supply power to the control units for settings via the keypad when the circuitbreaker is open (Micrologic P and H control units). Power source: standard LR6-AA battery. Portable test kit The portable test kit is available in two versions: c the autonomous version with built-in keypad and display c the complete version controlled by a PC. The autonomous version may be used to check: c the mechanical operation of the circuit breaker c the electrical continuity of the connection between the circuit breaker and the control unit c operation of the control unit: v display of settings v operating tests on the ASIC electronic component v automatic and manual tests on protection functions v test on the zone-selective interlocking (ZSI) function v inhibition of the earth-fault protection v inhibition of the thermal memory. The complete version controlled by a PC offers in addition: c comparison of the real tripping curve with the catalogue curves available on the PC c reset of the M2C / M6C contacts and indications c reading and modification of settings and counters c reading of histories and logs c waveform capture c analysis of harmonics.
056466

Portable test kit

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Functions and characteristics

Communication COM option in Masterpact

The COM option is required for integration of the circuit breaker or switch-disconnector in a supervision system. Masterpact uses the Digipact or Modbus communications protocol for full compatibility with the SMS PowerLogic electrical-installation management systems. An external gateway is available for communication on other networks: c Profibus c Ethernet
056431

Digipact device communication module.

056401

For fixed devices, the COM option is made up of: c a "device" communication module, installed behind the Micrologic control unit and supplied with its set of sensors (OF, SDE ,PF and CH micro-contacts) and its kit for connection to XF and MX communicating voltage releases. For drawout devices, the COM option is made up of: c a "device" communication module, installed behind the Micrologic control unit and supplied with its set of sensors (OF, SDE, PF and CH micro-contacts) and its kit for connection to XF and MX communicating voltage releases c a "craddle" communication module supplied separately with its set of sensors (CE, CD and CT contacts). Status indication by the COM option is independent of the device indication contacts. These contacts remain available for conventional uses. Digipact or Modbus Device communication module This module is independent of the control unit. It receives and transmits information on the communication network. An infra-red link transmits data between the control unit and the communication module. Consumption: 30 mA, 24 V. Digipact or Modbus craddle communication module This module is independent of the control unit. With Modbus "craddle" communication module, this module makes it possible to address the craddle and to maintain the address when the circuit breaker is in the disconnected position. Consumption: 30 mA, 24 V. XF and MX communicating voltage releases The XF and MX communicating voltage releases are equipped for connection to the "device" communication module. The remote-tripping function (second MX or MN) are independent of the communication option. They are not equipped for connection to the "device" communication module.
E47073

Digipact craddle communication module

communication Bus 2
CT
CCM

++
modb us

CD

CE

CE C CT C OF SDE PF CH CD C MX XF

4 5

056431

Modbus device communication module

3
Modbus craddle communication module

1 2 3 4 5

Device communication module Craddle communication module OF, SDE, PF and CH device sensors CE, CD and CT craddle sensors MX and XF release

E45183

: hard wire : communication bus

Note: eco COM The eco COM Modbus is intended to fit the circuit breaker with module display (DMB300, DMC300).

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Overview of functions

File

POWERLOGIC System Manager Demo Edit View Setup Control Display Reports

Tools Window Help 5 seconds

Sampling Mode : MANUAL

The Masterpact switch-disconnectors are compatible only with the Digipact COM option. The Masterpact circuit breakers are compatible with the Digipact or Modbus COM option. The COM option may be used with all types of control units to: c identify the device c indicate status conditions c control the device. Depending on the different types of Micrologic (A, P, H) control units, the COM option also offers: c setting of the protection and alarms functions c analysis of the AC-power parameters for operating-assistance and maintenance purposes

E47071

Time

Event

Module

Phase A-N Voltage - Harmonics Analysis 1,20


Phase 1-N
Harmonics(RMS)

Fundamental:

1,00

RMS: RMS-H:

0,80
% Fundamental

Peak: CF: THD:

H1: 118.09 H2: 0.01 H3: 0.45 H4: 0.03 H5: 0.45 H6: 0.04 H7: 1.27 H8: 0.05 H9: 0.42 H10: 0.01 H11: 1.03 H12: 0.07

0,60
OK

0,40

0,20 0,00 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7
Harmonics

H8

H9

H10

H11

H12

Ready

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switch-disconnector with circuit breaker with communication bus communication bus


Digipact Modbus Digipact A A A A A A A A A P P P P P P P P P H H H H H H H H H Modbus A A A A A A A A A P P P P P P P P P P H H H H H H H H H H

device identification
address calibre type of device type of control unit type of long-time rating plug c c c c c

status indications
ON/OFF OF spring charged CH ready to close PF fault-trip SDE connected/disconnected/test position CE/CD/CT

commandes
opening / closing MX/XF spring charging reset of the mechanical indicator c A P H A P H

protections and alarms settings


reading of protections settings writing of fine settings in the range imposed by the adjustment dials reading/writing of alarms (dlestage, relestage, M2C) reading/writing of alarms personnalisables A P H A P P P H H H H

operating and maintenance aids


measurement current voltages, frequency, power, etc. power quality: fundamental, harmonics programming of demand metering fault readings type of fault interrupted current waveform capture on faults on demand or programmed histories and logs trip history alarm history event logs indicators counter operation contact wear maintenance register A P P H H A P P P A P P H H H H H H H H P P P A P H A P P P H H H H H H

Note. See the description of the Micrologic control units for further details on protection and alarms, measurements, waveform capture, histories, logs and maintenance indicators.

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Functions and characteristics

Communication Masterpact in a communication network

E67968

Software

Communication interface Communication Bus


IN LIN GER MER SV
pulsar

RS 232C,Ethernet RS 485

JBus BBus com 24V

com error

OK error

1
N1

3
N1

Data concentrator DC150

Device
OF12 OC12 OF24 XF PF MCH OC24 OF11 OF21 OC21 OF14 OC14 OF13 OC13 OF12 OC12 OF11

OF24 XF PF MCH OC24

OF23 OC23

OF22 OC22

OF21 OC21

OF14 OC14

OF13 OC13

OF23 OC23

OF22 OC22

MN CE3 CE2 CE1

MX1

Com CD3 CE6 CD2 CE5 CD1 CE4

UC1

UC2

UC3

UC4

M2C

UC2

SDE2

CD3

CD1 CD2 814 824 812 834 822 811 832 821 831

CE1 CE2 314 CE3 324 312 SDE1 334 322 311 332 K2 84 321 82 UC4 M2C/M6C Q3 184/ 331 UC3 V3 484/ 474/ Q2 182 K1 81 UC2 2+ V2 Q1 181/ M3 F UC1 Com 6 Z5 M1 M2 3 T4 VN - V1 471/ E5 E 4 Z3 Z4 T T1 T2 F1 E3 E E2 Z1 Z2 E1

MCHB PF 2 XF 254 B3 MX1 A2 252 MN/MX2 12 C2 B1 A3 251 D2/ C 13 C3 A1 /C C1 D1/ C11

CT1 CT2 914 CT3 924 912 OF1 934 922 OF2 911 14 932 OF3 921 24 12 OF4 931 OF11114 44 34 32 22 11 OF12124 21 42 OF13134 31 112 OF14144 41 122 OF21214 111 132 OF22224 121 142 OF23234 131 212 OF24244 141 222 211 232 221 242 231 241
CD3 CE6 CD2 CE5

MN CE3 CE2 CE1

MX1

Com CD1 CE4

UC1

UC2

UC3

UC4

M2C

UC2

SDE2

CD3

CD1 CD2 814 824 812 834 822 811 832 821 831

CE1 CE2 314 CE3 324 312 SDE1 334 322 311 332 K2 84 321 82 UC4 M2C/M6C Q3 184/ 331 UC3 V3 484/ 474/ Q2 182 K1 81 UC2 2+ V2 Q1 181/ M3 F UC1 Com 6 Z5 M1 M2 3 T4 VN - V1 471/ E5 E 4 Z3 Z4 T T1 T2 F1 E3 E E2 Z1 Z2 E1

MCHB PF 2 XF 254 B3 MX1 A2 252 MN/MX2 12 C2 B1 A3 251 D2/ C 13 C3 A1 /C C1 D1/ C11

CT1 CT2 914 CT3 924 912 OF1 934 922 OF2 911 14 932 OF3 921 24 12 OF4 931 OF11114 44 34 32 22 11 OF12124 21 42 OF13134 31 112 OF14144 41 122 OF21214 111 132 OF22224 121 142 OF23234 131 212 OF24244 141 222 211 232 221 242 231 241

Reset
push
reset

push OFF

ON

NX 32

H2
Icu (kA) 100 100 85 Icw 85kA/1s Icu
50/60Hz

Reset
push
reset

push OFF

ON

NX 32

H2
Icu (kA) 100 100 85 Icw 85kA/1s Icu
50/60Hz

70 Micrologic Ap

Ue (V) 220/440 525 690

70 Micrologic Ap

Ue (V) 220/440 525 690

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

ed discharg

cat.B Ics = 100%

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

ed discharg

cat.B Ics = 100%

O OFF

947-2 AS NEMA IEC UNE EN 60947-2 CEI BS


UTE VDE

O OFF

947-2 AS NEMA IEC UNE EN 60947-2 CEI BS


UTE VDE

3 125

3 125

Digipact Bus
volets shutters volets shutters

ModBUS Bus
Test Test

Masterpact

Masterpact

Devices
Circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control units may be connected to either a Digipact or Modbus communication bus. The information made available depends on the type of Micrologic control unit (A, P or H) and on the type of communication bus (Digipact or Modbus). Switch-disconnectors may be connected exclusively to the Digipact communication bus.

Communication bus Digipact


The Digipact bus is the internal bus of the low-voltage switchboard in which the Digipact communicating devices are installed (Masterpact with Digipact COM, PM150, SC150, UA150, etc.). This bus must be equipped with a DC150 data concentrator (see the Powerlogic System catalogue). Addresses Addressing is carried out by the DC150 data concentrator. Number of devices The maximum number of devices that may be connected to the Digipact bus is calculated in terms of communication points. These points correspond to the amount of traffic the bus can handle. The total number of points for the various devices connected to a single bus must not exceed 100. If the required devices represent more than 100 points, add a second Digipact internal bus. Communicating device
DC150 data concentrator Micrologic + Digipact COM PM150 SC150 UA150

Number of points
4 4 4 4 4

Length of bus The maximum recommended length for the Digipact internal bus is 200 meters. Bus power source Power is supplied by the DC150 data concentrator (24 V)..

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Modbus
The Modbus RS485 (JBus) system is an open bus on which communicating Modbus devices (Masterpact with Modbus COM, PM300, Sepam, Vigilohm, etc.) are installed. All types of PLCs and microcomputers may be connected to the bus. Addresses The software layer of the Modbus protocol can manage up to 255 addresses (1 to 255). The device communication module comprises three addresses linked to: b circuit-breaker manager; b measurement manager; b protection manager. The craddle communication module comprises one address linked to: b the craddle manager. The division of the system into four managers secures data exchange with the supervision system and the circuit-breaker actuators. The manager addresses are automatically derived from the circuit-breaker address @xx entered via the Micrologic control unit (the default address is 47). logic addresses
@xx @xx + 50 @xx + 200 @xx + 100 Circuit-breaker manager Craddle manager Measurement managers Protection manager (1 to 47) (51 to 97) (201 to 247) (101 to 147)

Number of devices The maximum number of devices that may be connected to the Modbus bus depends on the type of device (Masterpact with Modbus COM, PM300, Sepam, Vigilohm, etc.), the baud rate (19200 is recommended), the volume of data exchanged and the desired response time. The RS485 physical layer offers up to 32 connection points on the bus (1 master, 31 slaves). A fixed device requires only one connection point (communication module on the device). A drawout device uses two connection points (communication modules on the device and on the craddle). The number must never exceed 31 fixed devices or 15 drawout devices. Length of bus The maximum recommended length for the Modbus bus is 1200 meters. Bus power source A 24 V DC power supply is required (less than 20% ripple, insulation class II).

Communication interface
The Modbus bus may be connected to the central processing device in any of three manners: b direct link to a PLC. The communication interface is not required if the PLC is equipped with a Modbus port; b direct link to a computer. The Modbus (RS485) / Serial port (RS232) communication interface is required; b connection to a TCP/IP (Ethernet) network. The Modbus (RS485) / TCP/IP (Ethernet) communication interface is required.

Software
To make use of the information provided by the communicating devices, software with a Modbus driver must be used.

Micrologic utilities
This is a set of Modbus drivers that may be used with a PC to: b display the variables (I, U, P, E, etc.) with the DDS (Data Display Software) application; b read/write the settings with the RSS (Remote Setting Software) application; b remotely control (ON / OFF) the device with the CSS (Control Command Software) application. These softwares are available upon request.

SMS (System Manager Software)


SMS is a software to monitor LV and/or MV electrical energy. The SMS family includes a software range depending on the application and function, from single product monitoring to the management of a multiple building: c Power Meter and Circuit Monitor units c LV devices c Sepam units.

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Functions and characteristics

Connections Overview of solutions

Three types of connection are available: c vertical or horizontal rear connection c front connection c mixed connection. The solutions presented are similar in principle for all Masterpact NT and NW fixed and drawout devices..

Rear connection
horizontal
056432 056433

vertical

Simply turn a horizontal rear connector 90 to make it a vertical connector.

Front connection
056434

Mixed connection

056435

056437

Note. Masterpact circuit breakers can be connected indifferently with bare-copper, tinnedcopper and tinned-aluminium conductors, requiring no particular treatment.

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056436

Schneider Electric

Optional accessories

Type of accessory

Masterpact NT06 to NT16 fixed


front connection rear connection

Masterpact NW08 to NW63 drawout


front connection rear connection

fixed
front connection rear connection

drawout
front connection rear connection

Bare-cable connectors and connector shield

E46426

E46427

E46427

Cable lug adapters

E46426

Vertical connection adapters

E47064

E79058

E46428

Interphase barriers

E46428

max. 4000 A

Spreaders
E46431 E46431

Disconnectable front-connection adapter

E47066

Shutter position indication and locking

E70745

Arc chute screen

Masterpact M replacement kit


A set of connection parts is available to allow replacement of a Masterpact M08 to M32 circuit breaker by a Masterpact NW without modifying the busbars (please consult us).

Mounting on a switchboard backplate using special brackets


Masterpact NT and NW fixed front-connected circuit breakers can be installed on a backplate without any additional accessories. Masterpact NW circuit breakers require a set of special brackets.

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Masterpact

E47068

E47067

Safety shutters with padlocking

E46889

Schneider Electric

E46428

Functions and characteristics

Connections Optional accessories

056438

Bare-cable connectors and connector shield


The connectors can be mounted on fixed front-connected devices to allow connection using bare cables. They are supplied with a connector shield. They are designed to connect four 240 mm2 cables each.

056440

Vertical-connection adapters
Mounted on front-connected devices or craddle, the adapters facilitate connection to a set of vertical busbars.

056441

Cable-lug adapters
Cable-lug adapters are used in conjunction with vertical rear connectors or with vertical-connection adapters. They can be used to connect a number of cables fitted with lugs. To ensure adequate mechanical strength, the connectors must be secured together via spacers.

056415

Interphase barriers
These barriers are flexible insulated partitions used to reinforce isolation of connection points in installations with busbars, whether insulated or not. For Masterpact NT/NW devices, they are installed vertically between rear connection terminals.

056442

Spreaders
Mounted on the front or rear connectors, spreaders are used to increase the distance between bars in certain installation configurations.

E70746

Arc chute screen


For Masterpact NT fixed, front connected and using vertical-connection adapters front oriented, it is mandatory to install arc chute screen in order to comply with the safety perimeter.
I O
push push OFF ON

rged discha

O OFF

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Schneider Electric

056443

Disconnectable front-connection adapter


Mounted on a fixed front-connected device, the adapter simplifies replacement of a fixed device by enabling fast disconnection from the front.

056445

Safety shutters
Mounted on the craddle, the safety shutters automatically block access to the disconnecting contact cluster when the device is in the disconnected or test positions (degree of protection IP 20) When the device is removed from its craddle, no live parts are accessible. The shutter-locking system is made up of a moving block that can be padlocked (padlock not supplied). The block: * prevents connection of the device * locks the shutters in the closed position For Masterpact NW08 to NW63 A support at the back of the craddle is used to store the blocks when they are not used. * 2 blocks for NW08 to NW40 * 4 blocks for NW40b to NW63.

E47476

Shutter position indication and locking on front face


This option located on the craddle front plate indicates that the shutters are closed. It is possible to independently or separately padlock the two shutters using one to three padlocks (not supplied).

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Masterpact

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Functions and characteristics

Locking On the device

E47062

3 1
gic Microlo 70 t rese Ir Ig Isd I n Ii Ap

NW

H1 1250 12kV
Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

0V Ui 100 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

I O
push push OFF

ON

4 5 6 7

disc

harg

ed

O OFF

Ics =

Icu 100%

1 reset button for mechanical trip indication 2 OFF pushbutton 3 OFF position lock 4 electrical closing pushbutton 5 ON pushbutton 6 springs charged indication 7 pushbutton locking 8 contact position indication 9 operation counter

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

8 9

012

53

056447

Access to pushbuttons protected by transparent cover

Pushbutton locking
The transparent cover blocks access to the pushbuttons used to open and close the device. It is possible to independently lock the opening button and the closing button. The locking device is often combined with a remote operating mechanism. The pushbuttons may be locked using either: c three padlocks (not supplied) c lead seal c two screws.

056446

Pushbutton locking using a padlock

Device locking in the OFF position


The circuit breaker is locked in the OFF position by physically maintaining the opening pushbutton pressed down: c using padlocks (one to three padlocks, not supplied) c using keylocks (one or two different keylocks, supplied). Keys may be removed only when locking is effective (Profalux or Ronis type locks). The keylocks are available in any of the following configurations: c one keylock c one keylock mounted on the device + one identical keylock supplied separately for interlocking with another device c two different key locks for double locking. Profalux and Ronis keylocks are compatible with each other. A locking kit (without locks) is available for installation of one or two keylocks (Ronis, Profalux, Kirk or Castell). Accessory-compatibility For Masterpact NT: 3 padlocks or 1 keylock For Masterpact NW: 3 padlocks and/or 2 keylocks

056448

OFF position locking using a padlock

Cable-type door interlock


This option prevents door opening when the circuit breaker is closed and prevents circuit breaker closing when the door is open. For this, a special plate associated with a lock and a cable is mounted on the right side of the circuit breaker. With this interlock installed, the source changeover function cannot be implemented.

OFF position locking using a keylock

056449

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On the craddle

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

mismatch protection door interlock racking interlock keylock locking padlock locking position indicator craddle front plate (accessible with cubicle door closed) 8 racking-handle entry 9 reset button 10 racking-handle storage

E47063

056450

056451

Disconnected position locking


Mounted on the craddle and accessible with the door closed, these devices lock the circuit breaker in the disconnected position in two manners: c using padlocks (standard), up to three padlocks (not supplied) c using keylocks (optional), one or two different keylocks are available. Profalux and Ronis keylocks are available in different options: c one keylock c two different keylocks for double locking c one (or two) keylocks mounted on the device + one (or two) identical keylocks supplied separately for interlocking with another device. A locking kit (without locks) is available for installation of one or two keylocks (Ronis, Profalux, Kirk or Castell).

Disconnected position locking by padlocks

Disconnected position locking by keylocks

Connected, disconnected and test position locking


The connected, disconnected and test positions are shown by an indicator. The exact position is obtained when the racking handle blocks. A release button is used to free it. On request, the disconnected position locking system may be modified to lock the circuit breaker in any of the three positions, connected, disconnected and test.

056417

Door interlock

Door interlock catch


Mounted on the right or left-hand side of the craddle, this device inhibits opening of the cubicle door when the circuit breaker is in connected or test position. It the breaker is put in the connected position with the door open, the door may be closed without having to disconnect the circuit breaker.

Racking interlock
056452

Racking interlock

This device prevents insertion of the racking handle when the cubicle door is open.

Cable-type door interlock


This option is identical for fixed and drawout versions.

Racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton


This option makes it necessary to press the OFF pushbutton in order to insert the racking handle and holds the device open until the handle is removed.
056453

Mismatch protection

Automatic spring discharge before breaker removal


This option discharges the springs before the breaker is removed from the craddle.

Mismatch protection
Mismatch protection ensures that a circuit breaker is installed only in a craddle with compatible characteristics. It is made up of two parts (one on the craddle and one on the circuit breaker) offering twenty different combinations that the user may select.

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Functions and characteristics

Indication contacts

Indication contacts are available: c in the standard version for relay applications c in a low-level version for control of PLCs and electronic circuits. M2C and M6C contacts may be programmed via the Micrologic P and H control units.

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


Two types of contacts indicate the ON or OFF position of the circuit breaker: c microswitch type changeover contacts for Masterpact NT c rotary type changeover contacts directly driven by the mechanism for Masterpact NW. These contacts trip when the minimum isolation distance between the main circuit-breaker contacts is reached. OF
supplied as standard maximum number breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.3 AC12/DC12

NT

NW

standard V AC 240/380 480 690 V DC 24/48 125 250 low-level

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF) (microswitch type)

V AC 24/48 240 380 V DC 24/48 125 250 * standard contacts: 10 A; optional contacts: 6 A.

4 4 4 12 minimum load: 100mA/24V 6 10/6* 6 10/6* 6 6 2.5 10/6* 0.5 10/6* 0.3 3 minimum load: 2mA/15V DC 5 6 5 6 5 3 5/2.5 6 0.5 6 0.3 3

056418

Fault-trip indication contacts (SDE)


Circuit-breaker tripping due to a fault is signalled by: c a red mechanical fault indicator (reset) c one changeover contact (SDE). Following tripping, the mechanical indicator must be reset before the circuit breaker may be closed.
056419

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF) (rotary type)

SDE
supplied as standard maximum number breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.3 AC12/DC12

NT/NW
1 2 minimum load: 100mA/24V 5 5 3 3 0.3 0.15 minimum load: 2mA/15V DC 3 3 3 3 0.3 0.15

standard V AC 240/380 480 690 V DC 24/48 125 250 low-level V AC 24/48 240 380 V DC 24/48 125 250

056462

Additional fault-trip indication contacts (SDE)

Combined connected/closed contacts (EF)


The contact combines the device connected and the device closed information to produce the circuit closed information. Supplied as an option for Masterpact NW, it is mounted in place of the connector of an additional OF contact. EF
Combined contacts maximum number breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.3 AC12/DC12
056455

NW
standard V AC 240/380 480 690 V DC 24/48 125 250 low-level V AC 24/48 240 380 V DC 24/48 125 250 8 minimum load: 100mA/24V 6 6 6 2.5 0.8 0.3 minimum load: 2mA/15V DC 5 5 5 2.5 0.8 0.3

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CE, CD and CT connected/ disconnected/test position carriage switches

Connected, disconnected and test position carriage switches


Three series of optional auxiliary contacts are available for the craddle: c changeover contacts to indicate the connected position (CE) c changeover contacts to indicate the disconnected position (CD). This position is indicated when the required clearance for isolation of the power and auxiliary circuits is reached. c changeover contacts to indicate the test position (CT). In this position, the power circuits are disconnected and the auxiliary circuits are connected. Additional actuators A set of additional actuators may be installed on the craddle to change the functions of the carriage switches.

056413

056456

M2C programmable contacts: circuit-breaker internal relay with two contacts

NT
contacts maximum number standard with additional actuators CE/CD/CT 3 2 1

NW

breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.3 AC12/DC12

standard V AC 240 380 480 690 V DC 24/48 125 250 low-level V AC 24/48 240 380 V DC 24/48 125 250

M6C programmable contacts: circuit-breaker external relay with six independent changeover contacts controlled from the circuit breaker via a threewire connection.

CE/CD/CT 3 3 3 9 0 0 6 3 0 6 0 3 minimum load: 100mA/24V 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 2.5 2.5 0.8 0.8 0.3 0.3 minimum load: 2mA/15V DC 5 5 5 5 5 5 2.5 2.5 0.8 0.8 0.3 0.3

056430

M2C / M6C programmable contacts


These contacts, used with the Micrologic P and H control units, may be programmed via the control unit keypad or via a supervisory station with the COM communication option. They require an external power supply module. They indicate: c the type of fault c instantaneous or delayed threshold overruns. They may be programmed: c with instantaneous return to the initial state c without return to the initial state c with return to the initial state following a delay. characteristics
minimum load breaking capacity (A) p.f.: 0.7 V AC V DC 240 380 24 48 125 250

M2C/M6C
100mA/24V 5 3 1.8 1.5 0.4 0.15

474

484

E59470

M2C: 24 V DC power supplied by control unit (consumption 100 mA).

E59469

M6C: external 24 V DC power supply required (consumption 100 mA).


1 3 7 9 6 4 12 10 18 16 24 22

S1

S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

S1 S2

11

14

20

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Functions and characteristics

Remote operation Remote ON / OFF

Two solutions are available for remote operation of Masterpact devices: c a point-to-point solution c a bus solution with the COM communication option.
056407

The remote ON / OFF function is used to remotely open and close the circuit breaker. It is made up of: c an electric motor (MCH) equipped with a springs charged limit switch contact (CH) c two voltage releases: v a closing release (XF) v an opening release (MX). Optionally, other functions may be added: c a ready to close contact (PF) c an electrical closing pushbutton (BPFE) c remote reset following a fault. A remote-operation function is generally combined with: c device ON / OFF indication (OF) c fault-trip indication (SDE). Wiring diagram of a point-to-point remote ON / OFF function
E46041

spring charged B3

opening order B2

closing order C2 A2

ready to close 252

fault 254 82

open 84 12

closed 14

MCH PF MX CH B1 C1 A1 251 81 11 XF SDE OF1

Wiring diagram of a bus-type remote ON / OFF function


E46042

spring charged B3

opening order B2 C2

closing order A2 C3

A3

MCH

MXcom CH

XFcom

Note: An opening order always takes priority over a closing order. If opening and closing orders occur simultaneously, the mechanism discharges without any movement of the main contacts. The circuit breaker remains in the open position (OFF). In the event of maintained opening and closing orders, the standard mechanism provides an anti-pumping function by blocking the main contacts in open position. Anti-pumping function. After fault tripping or intentional opening using the manual or electrical controls, the closing order must first be discontinued, then reactivated to close the circuit breaker. When the automatic reset after fault trip (RAR) option is installed, to avoid pumping following a fault trip, the automatic control system must take into account the information supplied by the circuit breaker before issuing a new closing order or blocking the circuit breaker in the open position (information on the type of fault, e.g. overload, short-time fault, earth fault, earth leakage, short-circuit, etc.).

B1

C1

A1

COM supervisor

OF PF SDE CH

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Masterpact

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Electric motor (MCH)


056468 056420

The electric motor automatically charges and recharges the spring mechanism when the circuit breaker is closed. Instantaneous reclosing of the breaker is thus possible following opening. The spring-mechanism charging handle is used only as a backup if auxiliary power is absent. The electric motor (MCH) is equipped as standard with a limit switch contact (CH) that signals the charged position of the mechanism (springs charged). characteristics
power supplyV AC 50/60 Hz V DC operating threshold consumption (VA or W) motor overcurrent charging time operating frequency CH contact 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/240 - 277- 380/415 - 400/440 - 480 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/125 - 200/250 0.85 to 1.1 Un 180 2 to 3 In for 0.1 second maximum 3 seconds for Masterpact NT maximum 4 seconds for Masterpact NW maximum 3 cycles per minute 10 A at 240 V

Voltage releases (XF and MX)


Electric motor (MCH) for Masterpact NT Electric motor (MCH) for Masterpact NW

056421

XF and MX voltage releases

Closing release (XF) The XF release remotely closes the circuit breaker if the spring mechanism is charged. Opening release (MX) The MX release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when energised. The supply can be maintained or automatically disconnected. characteristics
power supplyV AC 50/60 Hz V DC operating threshold consumption (VA or W) circuit-breaker response time at Un

XF

MX

24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277 - 380/480 12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 0.85 to 1.1 Un 0.7 to 1.1 Un hold: 4.5 hold: 4.5 pick-up: 200 pick-up: 200 55 ms 10 (Masterpact NT) 50 ms 10 70 ms 10 (NW i 4000A) 80 ms 10 (NW > 4000A)

056457

Ready to close contacts (PF)

Ready to close contact (PF)


The ready to close position of the circuit breaker is indicated by a mechanical indicator and a PF changeover contact. This signal indicates that all the following are valid: c the circuit breaker is in the OFF position c the spring mechanism is charged c a maintained opening order is not present: v MX energised v fault trip v remote tripping (second MX or MN) v device not completely racked in v device locked in OFF position v device interlocked with a second device. characteristics
supplied as standard maximum number breaking capacity p.f.: 0.3 AC12/DC12

NT/NW
1 1 minimum load: 100mA/24V 5 5 3 3 0.3 0.15 minimum load: 2mA/15V DC 3 3 3 3 0.3 0.15

standard V AC 240/380 480 690 V DC 24/48 125 250 low-level V AC 24/48 240 380 V DC 24/48 125 250

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Functions and characteristics

Remote operation Remote ON / OFF (cont.)

056469

Electrical closing pushbutton (BPFE)


Located on the front panel, this pushbutton carries out electrical closing of the circuit breaker. It is generally associated with the transparent cover that protects access to the closing pushbutton. Electrical closing via the BPFE pushbutton takes into account all the safety functions that are part of the control/monitoring system of the installation. The BPFE connects to the closing release (XF) in place of the COM module.
E46044

remote closing order

Electrical closing pushbutton (BPFE).

BPFE

A2

A3

XF com A1

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset after fault trip (Res) Following tripping, this function resets the fault trip indication contacts (SDE) and the mechanical indicator and enables circuit breaker closing. Power supply: 110 / 130 V AC and 200 / 240 V AC
E46045

reset order K2

SDE2

K1

Automatic reset after fault trip (RAR) Following tripping, a reset of the mechanical indicator (reset button) is no longer required to enable circuit-breaker closing. The mechanical (reset button) and electrical (SDE) indications remain in fault position until the reset button is pressed.

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Remote tripping

056458

This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order. It is made up of: c a shunt release (second MX) c or an undervoltage release (MN) c or a delayed undervoltage release (MN + delay unit). The delay unit, installed outside the circuit breaker, may be disabled by an emergency OFF button to obtain instantaneous opening of the circuit breaker.

Wiring diagram for the remote-tripping function


E46043

opening order

E46553

E46554

opening order

delayed opening order time delay unit

10

12

3
056421

MX or MN voltage release C12 D2

instantaneous opening order MN

D2

MX2 C11

MN D1

D1

Voltage releases (second MX)


When energised, the MX voltage release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker. A continuous supply of power to the second MX locks the circuit breaker in the OFF position. characteristics
power supplyV AC 50/60Hz V DC operating threshold permanent locking function consumption (VA or W) circuit-breaker response time at Un 24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277- 380/480 12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 0.7 to 1.1 Un 0.85 to 1.1 Un pick-up: 200 hold: 4.5 50 ms 10

Instantaneous voltage releases (MN)


The MN release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage drops to a value between 35% and 70% of its rated voltage. If there is no supply on the release, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or electrically. Any attempt to close the circuit breaker has no effect on the main contacts. Circuit-breaker closing is enabled again when the supply voltage of the release returns to 85% of its rated value. characteristics
power supplyV AC 50/60 Hz V DC operating opening threshold closing consumption (VA or W) circuit-breaker response time at Un 24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 0.35 to 0.7 Un 0.85 Un pick-up: 200 hold: 4.5 40 ms 5 pour NT 90 ms 5 pour NW

MN delay units
To eliminate circuit-breaker nuisance tripping during short voltage dips, operation of the MN release can be delayed. This function is achieved by adding an external delay unit in the MN voltage-release circuit. Two versions are available, adjustable and non-adjustable. characteristics
power supply V AC 50-60 Hz /DC operating threshold consumption (VA or W) circuit-breaker response time at Un non-adjustable adjustable opening closing non-adjustable adjustable 100/130 - 200/250 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480 0.35 to 0.7 Un 0.85 Un pick-up: 200 hold: 4.5 0.25 s 0.5 s - 0.9 s - 1.5 s - 3 s Schneider Electric

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Accessories

056463

Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)


Optional equipment mounted on the craddle, the shield prevents access to the terminal block of the electrical auxiliaries.

056464

Operation counter (CDM)


The operation counter sums the number of operating cycles and is visible on the front panel. It is compatible with manual and electrical control functions.

E47535

Escutcheon (CDP)
Optional equipment mounted on the door of the cubicle, the escutcheon increases the degree of protection to IP 40 (circuit breaker installed free standing: IP30) . It is available in fixed and drawout versions.

Blanking plate (OP) for escutcheon


Used with the escutcheon, this option closes off the door cut-out of a cubicle not yet equipped with a device. It may be used with the escutcheon for both fixed and drawout devices.

Transparent cover (CP) for escutcheon


Optional equipment mounted on the escutcheon, the cover is hinged and secured by a screw. It increases the degree of protection to IP 54, IK10. It adapts to both fixed and drawout devices.

Escutcheon (CDP) with blanking plate

016819

Transparent cover (CP) for Escutcheon

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Functions and characteristics

Source-changeover systems Presentation

87921

Remote-operated source-changeover systems


This is the most commonly employed system. No intervention by human operators is required. The switch from the normal to the replacement source is controlled electrically. A remote-operated source-changeover system is made up of two or three circuit breakers or switch-disconnectors linked by an electrical interlocking system implemented in a number of manners. Device control is backed up by a mechanical interlocking system that protects against the consequences of an electrical malfunction and inhibits incorrect manual operation.

Automatic source-changeover systems


When a remote-operated source-changeover system is combined with an automatic controller, the sources can be controlled automatically according to a number of programmed operating modes. This solution provides optimal energy management: c switching to a replacement source depending on any external conditions; c management of power sources; c regulation; c emergency source replacement, etc. A communications function for dialogue with a supervisor is available for the automatic controller.

Service sector: c hospital operating rooms c safety systems for tall buildings c computer rooms (banks, insurance companies, etc.) c lighting systems in shopping centres.

029693

Industry: c assembly lines c propulsion systems on ships c essential auxiliaries in thermal power stations.

IMG0021

Infrastructure: c port and railway installations c runway lighting systems c control systems for military installations.

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Mechanical interlocking

Electrical interlocking of two or three devices is used to create a remoteoperated source-changeover system. A basic mechanical interlocking system enhances the reliability of system operation.

To ensure a continuous supply of power, certain electrical installations are connected to two power sources: c a normal source N; c a replacement source R which supplies the installation when source N is not available. A source-changeover system switches between the two sources. The system may include an automatic controller which manages switching according to external conditions. A source-changeover system may comprise two or three circuit breakers or switch-disconnectors.

056427

Interlocking of two devices using connecting rods


The two devices must be stack mounted. This function requires: c an adaptation fixture on the right side of each device; c a set of connecting rods with no-slip adjustments. The complete interlock kit is supplied for assembly by the customer. Maximum vertical distance between the fixing planes: 900 mm
Combinations of Masterpact Normal and Replacement devices Masterpact NT and NW devices may not be used together in a source-changeover system. The two devices must both be fixed devices or drawout devices to maintain correct alignment of the mechanisms.

Interlocking of two or three devices using cables


Using cables, the devices may be stack mounted or installed side-by-side. Interlocking of two devices (Masterpact NT or NW) This function requires: c an adaptation fixture on the right side of each device; c a set of cables with no-slip adjustments. Maximum distance between the fixing planes (vertical or horizontal): 2000 mm

Interlocking of three devices (only Masterpact NW)


This function requires: c an adaptation fixture (different for each type of interlocking) on the right side of each device; c two or three sets of cables with no-slip adjustments. Maximum distance between the fixing planes (vertical or horizontal): 1000 mm Installation The complete interlock kit is supplied for assembly by the customer.
Combinations of Masterpact Normal and Replacement devices All combinations of Masterpact NT and NW devices may be used together in a sourcechangeover system. Interlocked devices may be fixed or drawout, three or four pole, with different ratings and sizes.

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Functions and characteristics

Source-changeover systems Electrical interlocking

Electrical interlocking is used with the mechanical interlocking system. It controls switching between sources. An automatic controller may be added to take into account information from the distribution system.

Electrical interlocking requires an electrical control device. This function can be implemented in one of two ways: c using the IVE electrical interlocking unit c by an electrician using the electrical systems presented in the diagrams in the Source-changeover systems section of this catalogue.

Characteristics of the IVE unit


c external connection terminal block: v inputs: control of devices v outputs: status of the SDE contacts on the Normal and Replacement devices. c connector to the two Normal and Replacement devices: v inputs: - status of the OF contacts on each device (ON or OFF) - status of the SDE contacts on the Normal and Replacement devices v outputs: power supply for motor mechanisms. c control voltage: v 24 to 250 V DC v 48 to 415 V 50/60 Hz v 440 V 60 Hz. The control voltage for the IVE electrical interlocking unit must be identical to that of the operating mechanism.

Necessary equipment
Each device must be equipped with: c a remote-operation system made up of: v MCH gear motor v MX or MN opening release v XF closing release v PF ready to close contact c an available OF contact c a CE connected-position carriage switch on drawout devices.

types of mechanical interlocking


2 devices
E30736

possible combinations

standard configurations

ref.

(presented in section Source-changeover systems) Q1 0 Q2 0 1 0 electrical interlocking 51156903 automatic controller with permanent replacement source 51156904 automatic controller with engine generator set 51156905

Q1

Q2

0 1

3 devices: 2 Normal sources and 1 Replacement source Q1 0 1 0 1 0 Q2 0 0 0 1 1 Q3 0 0 1 0 0 automatic controller with permanent replacement source: without lockout after fault 51156906 with lockout after fault 51156907 automatic controller with engine generator set: without lockout after fault 51156908 with lockout after fault 51156909
E30737

Q1

Q2

Q3

3 devices: 3 sources, only 1 device closed Q1 0 1 0 0 Q2 0 0 1 0 Q3 0 0 0 1 electrical interlocking: without lockout after fault with lockout after fault
E30738

51156910 51156911

Q1

Q2

Q3

3 devices: 2 sources and 1 coupling Q1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Q2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Q3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 electrical interlocking: without lockout after fault with lockout after fault automatic controller
E30739

Q1

Q2

Q3

51156912 51156913 51156914

Lockout after fault option: this option makes it necessary to manually reset the device following fault tripping.

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Associated automatic controllers

By combining a remote-operated sourcechangeover system with an integrated BA or UA automatic controller, it is possible to automatically control source transfer according to user-selected sequences. These controllers can be used on sourcechangeover systems comprising 2 circuit breakers. For source-changeover systems comprising 3 circuit breakers, the automatic control diagram must be prepared by the installer as a complement to to diagrams provided in the electrical diagrams section of this catalogue.
053058R

controller
compatible circuit breakers

BA

UA

All Compact NS and Masterpact circuit breakers c c c c c c c c c c c c c c

4-position switch
Automatic operation Forced operation on Normal source Forced operation on Replacement source Stop (both Normal and Replacement sources off)

automatic operation
Monitoring of the Normal source and automatic changeover Generator set startup control Generator set shutdown control Load shedding and reconnection of non-priority circuits Changeover to the Replacement source if one of the phases of the Normal phase is absent

test
By opening the P25M circuit breaker supplying the controller By pressing the test button on the front of the controller c c c c c c c c c

indications
Circuit breaker status indication on the front of the controller: on, off, fault trip Automatic mode indicating contact

other functions
Selection of type of Normal source (single-phase or three-phase) Voluntary transfer to Replacement source c (e.g. energy management commands) During peak-tariff periods (energy management commands), forced operation on Normal source if Replacement source not operational Additional contact (not part of controller). c Transfer to Replacement source only if contact is closed. (e.g. used to test the frequency of UR). Setting of maximum startup time for the replacement source

BA controller

options
communication option
053058

c 220 to 240 V 50/60 Hz 380 to 415 V 50/60 Hz 440 V 60 Hz 0.35 Un i voltage i 0.7 Un 0.5 Un i voltage i 0.7 Un voltage u 0.85 Un 8 10 mA at 12 V AC12 8 8 8 8 5 4 AC AC13 7 7 6 6 AC14 5 5 4 4 AC15 6 5 4 3 DC12 8 2 0.6 0.4 DC DC13 2 c c c c c c c c c c c

power supply
control voltages (1)

operating thresholds
undervoltage phase failure voltage presence rated thermal current (A) minimum load

characteristics of output contacts

UA controller

utilisation category (IEC 947-5-1) operational current (A) 24 V 48 V 110 V 220/240 V 250 V 380/415 V 440 V 660/690 V

(1) The controller is powered by the ACP auxiliaries control plate. The same voltage must be used for the ACP plate, the IVE unit and the circuit breaker motor mechanisms. If this voltage is the same as the source voltage, then the Normal and Replacement sources can be used directly for the power supply. If not, a BC type or equivalent isolation transformer must be used.

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Functions and characteristics

Display modules

Perfectly integrated in the Compact and Masterpact ranges, Display modules are designed for use with Micrologic control units to provide instant and highly intuitive access to all the information provided by the circuit breakers, including device status, current, voltage and power values, etc.

DMB300 and DMC300 display modules use the power and communications capabilities of the Micrologic control units to centralise the display of electrical values, status conditions and alarms of one or more Compact or Masterpact circuit breakers. The mounting and cabling system for the display modules ensures fast, easy and reliable installation. Start-up is immediate with no configuration or programming required. Digipact display modules are high-performance devices combining: c simple and easy-to-read dials c powerful and accurate digital processing. Their small size and extensive communications capabilities make for easy and flexible installation and operation.

057454

Display modules
Associated circuit breakers
Type Number

DMB300

DMC300

Compact or Masterpact equipped with Micrologic control units 1 to 4 1 to 16 Black and white 240 x 64 pixels 5 buttons Colour, touch screen 5, 320 x 240 pixels Touch screen

Display
Screen type Screen size Entry DMB300 display module: basic and harmonic measurements

Information displayed
Currents (per phase) Currents I1, I2, I3, IN Maximum current Earth-fault and earth-leakage currents Demand current Maximum demand current Total harmonic distortion (THD) Maximum total harmonic distortion Amplitudes of individual harmonics Waveform capture Voltages Phase-to-phase voltages (U1-2, U2-3, U3-1) Minimum/maximum phase-to-phase voltages Phase-to-neutral voltages (V1-N, V2-N, V3-N) Minimum/maximum phase-to-neutral voltages Frequency Voltage imbalance (% per phase) Total harmonic distortion (% per phase) Maximum total harmonic distortion (% per phase) Amplitudes of individual harmonics Power Active (P), reactive (Q) and apparent (S) power Power factor and cos Maximum power (P, Q, S) Demand power (P, Q, S) Maximum demand power (P, Q, S) Metering Active, reactive and apparent energy On-line help On-line help is available for each type of information supplied by the module Circuit-breaker diagnostics Identification of control units Reading of protections Circuit-breaker status Type of trip Current alarms Maintenance indicator Installation diagnosis Indication of faulty devices Fault log A A A A P P P P P H H H H H A A A A P P P P P P P P H H H H H H H H A A A P P P P P H H H H H H H A A A P P P P P H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H

E79078

P P P P P P

DMC300 display module: measurements, harmonic analysis, diagnosis

H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H

P P P P P

P P P P P P

P P P P P P

Associated Micrologic control unit A = Micrologic A P = Micrologic P H = Micrologic H

A A

Installation and start-up


Mounting Connection Mounted through door, without tools, using 6 spring-clips supplied with the mod. Prefabricated wiring systems

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Wiring system The wiring system is designed for low-voltage power switchboards. Installation requires no tools or special skills. The prefabricated wiring ensures both data transmission (ModBus protocol) and 24V DC power distribution for the display module and the communications modules on the Micrologic control units.

E59178

Connection of DMB300 display module


24 V DC power 2
ON ON

E59081A

ON n 4n 4 4 ON n n 3n 3 n 4 n 2n 2 n 3 n 3 n 1n 1 n 2 n 2 OUT OUT n 1 IN IN T

ON

IN

OU

3
Reset
push
reset

push OFF

ON

NX 32

H2
Icu (kA) 100 100 85 Icw 85kA/1s Icu
50/60Hz

70 Micrologic Ap

Ue (V) 220/440 525 690

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

d discharge

cat.B Ics = 100%

O OFF

947-2 AS NEMA IEC UNE EN 60947-2 CEI BS


UTE VDE

012

53

com

DMB300 Digipact
volets shutters

CDM 303: Connection cable between display module and junction block
E59180A

Test

1 2 3
select

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

70 Micrologic Ap reset

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

discharged

O OFF

Ics =

100%

Icu

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

ON

012

53

IN

n 1 OUT

n 2

n 3

n 4

ON

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

70 Micrologic Ap reset

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

discharged

O OFF

Ics =

100%

Icu

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

012

53

CJB 306 junction block


E59179

Masterpact circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control units and the ModBus eco COM option

Connection of DMC300 display module


Maximum distance between module and circuit breaker: 1200 m
5
E59176A

CCP 303: Connection cable between Masterpact or Compact and junction block

E59082A

2 1

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

70 Micrologic Ap reset

70 Micrologic Ap reset

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

discharged

discharged

O OFF

O OFF

Ics =

100%

Icu Ics =

100%

Icu

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

Reset
push
reset

push OFF

ON

NX 32

H2
Icu (kA) 100 100 85 Icw 85kA/1s Icu
50/60Hz

012

53

012

53

70 Micrologic Ap

Ue (V) 220/440 25 525 690

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

d discharge

cat.B Ics = 100%

O OFF

947-2 AS NEMA IEC UNE EN 60947-2 CEI BS


UTE VDE

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

NW

1251

H1
12kV

CCR 301: Roll of RS485 cable (2 RS485 wires + 2 power supply wires)
E59177A

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

70 Micrologic Ap reset

70 Micrologic Ap reset

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

discharged

discharged

O OFF

O OFF

Ics =

100%

Icu Ics =

100%

Icu

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

012

53

012

53

Reset
push
70 Micrologic Ap reset

push OFF

ON

NX 32

H2
Icu (kA) 100 100 85 Icw 85kA/1s Icu
50/60Hz

Ue (V) 220/440 525 690

d discharge

cat.B Ics = 100%

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

NW

1251

H1
12kV

O OFF

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

NW

1251

H1
12kV

Uimp Icu (kA) 100 85

947-2 AS NEMA IEC UNE EN 60947-2 CEI BS


UTE VDE

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

Ui 1000V 8kV Uimp Ue (V) 220/240 480/690

70 Micrologic Ap reset

70 Micrologic Ap reset

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

Ir

Ig Isd I n Ii

push

O OFF

push

I ON

discharged

discharged

O OFF

O OFF

Ics =

100%

Icu Ics =

100%

Icu

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

IEC

947-2

UTE VDE

BS CEI

UNE

NEMA

012

53

012

53

CSD 309: SubD 9-pin connector for colour-coded connection of wires to screw terminals

Masterpact circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control units and the ModBus eco COM option

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Masterpact

Dimensions and connection

Presentation Functions and characteristics

1 9

Masterpact NT06 to NT16


Fixed 3/4-pole device Drawout 3/4-pole device 54 58 62 64 66 68 70 72

Masterpact NW08 to NW32


Fixed 3/4-pole device Drawout 3/4-pole device

Masterpact NW40
Fixed 3/4-pole device Drawout 3/4-pole device

Masterpact NW40b to NW63


Fixed 3/4-pole device Drawout 3/4-pole device

NT/NW accessories NT/NW external modules


Electrical diagrams Installation recommendations Additional characteristics References

74 76
81 91 115 121

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Dimensions and connection

NT06 to NT16 circuit breakers Fixed 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E47191B

105 (3P) 175 (4P) 188

105 94

Y
E47190B

178 136 105

210

X
123

6,5 15

39 150,5 F

3
13

125 (3P) 195 (4P)

125 13

Bottom mounting (on base plate or rails)

Rear mounting detail (on upright or backplate)

Y
E47193A

E47194B

Y
4 6,5

X
E47192B

6 6,5

25

100

X
39 18 mini 39 maxi 100 136,5 F
125 (3P) 195 (4P) 125 F

125 77

154

62,5

125 (3P) 195 (4P)

125

Safety clearances
E47196A

Door cutout
A (*) B B
194 mini (3P) 264 mini (4P) 194 mini

Rear panel cutouts


E47197A

E59443A

E47195A

A (*)

Y
62 44

216 (1) 266 (2)

40 F

130

108 (1) 133 (2) 194 (1) 244 (2) 97 (1) 122 (2)

100 (3P) 170 (4P)

62 106 100

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
100 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. A(*) An overhead clearance of 50 mm is required to remove the arc chutes. An overhead clearance of 20 mm is required to remove the terminal block.

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Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E47198A E47199A

Detail
43,5 15 123 67,5
E47200A

70

70

E47210A

70

X
67,5 123 15 167,5 F
2 11 12,5
E47201B

44 25 9,5 12,5 60

Vertical rear connection


E47202A E47203A

Detail
E47204A

43,5

70

70

70 15 View A

97

X
97
E47205B

60 12,5 12,5 9,5 44 25 2 11 View A detail

167,5 F

Front connection
E47206A E47207B

Detail
12
E47208A

View A 70 70 70

150

N
Top connection
E47209B

Y
Bottom connection
2 11 9,5 13

326

44 25

150

13 2 11
164 F
View A detail

25 44

9,5

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

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Dimensions and connection

NT06 to NT16 circuit breakers Fixed 3/4-pole device

Connection
Front connection with spreaders
E47211A E47213A E47212A

95 70

95 70

View A

202

15

Y X
434
E47214A

95 70 12,5

95 70 70

95 View A

202

12,5

15

N
179 F

Rear connection with spreaders


E47219A E47220A E47221A

98

95 70

95 70

123 15 82,5

15

52,5

Y
123
E47222A

95 70 12,5

95 70 70

95

219,5 234,5 F

12,5

N
Spreader detail Middle left or middle right spreader for 4P
E47234A

Middle spreader for 3P


E47292A

Left or right spreader for 4P


E47293A

Left or right spreader for 3P


E47294A

77 38,5 25 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52
View A detail

77 38,5 25 = = 30 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 13,5

13,5

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

F : Datum

Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.

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Connections
Front connection via vertical connection adapters
E47216A E47215A E47217A

116,5

70

E47210A

70

70 15 View A

21

221

N
X
E47218A

Y
89 = = 12,5 15

472

25

21

221

21 (1) 101 3 11 15
View A detail

21

20

190,5 253 F

Front connection via vertical connection adapters fitted with bare cable connectors.
E47231A

221
E47232A

E47233A

15

70

70

70 15

50
View A

271 21 221

N
E47230A

Y
184

15

572

17

50

50

50

80
21 221 271

50 5 13 5 11

View A detail

50

340,5 357,5
F

15

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

(1) 2 connection possibilities on vertical connection adapters (21 mm between centres)

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Dimensions and connection

NT06 to NT16 circuit breakers Drawout 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E47172A E47171C

210 mini

127,5 (3P) 197,5 (4P) 188 94

160,5

Y
46 (*)

199

X
5

X
123

60 mini

45,5 F

231

90 (3P) 160 (4P)

90

(*) disconnected position

Bottom mounting (on base plate or rails)

Rear mounting detail (on upright or backplate)

Y
Y
E47174B

E47173B

E47175B

4 6,5

6 6,5

X
24 25 100 216 231 F
90 (3P) 160 (4P) 90 F 25 100

150

50

109 (3P) 179 (4P)

109

Safety clearances
E59444A E47176B

Door cutout
E47177B

Rear panel cutout


E47178A

B C C

170 mini (3P) 240 mini (4P)

230 mini

259 (1) 303 (2)

234 117

40 180 F

109 (1) 130,8 (2) 161 (1) 183 (2) 259 (1) 307 (2)

102,5 (3P) 172,5 (4P)

102,5

Insulated parts
A B C 0 10 0

Metal parts
0 10 0

Energised parts
30 60 30

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.

F : Datum.

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Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E47179A E47180A

Detail
E47181A

70

E47189A

70

70

49 15

67,5

228 67,5 114


E47201B

N
44 25 9,5 12,5 60 12,5 2 11

267,5 F

15

Vertical rear connection


E47182A E47183A

Detail
70
49

70

70 15 View A

97

X
97
E47205B

E47184A

N
60 12,5 12,5 9,5 44 25 2 11 View A detail

267,5 F

Front connection
E47186B E47185A E47187A

Detail
15 12,5 70 70 70 View A

171

N X
336

Y
Bottom connection
37,9 2 11 26 83 26 25 131 52 100 9,5

Top connection
140
9,5
E47188B

44 25

235 F

12,5

2 11 44 9,5

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

37,9

9,5

View A detail

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Dimensions and connection

NT06 to NT16 circuit breakers Drawout 3/4-pole device

Connection
Front connection with spreaders
E47223A E47224A E47225A

95 70

95 70 View A

238 223

X
E47226A

Y
95 70 12,5 95 70 95 70 View A 12,5

207 192

250 F

Rear connection with spreaders Middle left or middle right spreader for 4P
E47234A

Middle spreader for 3P


E47292A

Left or right spreader for 4P


E47293A

Left or right spreader for 3P


E47294A

77 38,5 25 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52
View A detail

77 38,5 25 = = 30 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 13,5

13,5

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

F : Datum

Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.

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Connections
Front connection via vertical connection adapters fitted with bare cable connectors.
15
E47228A E47227A E47229A

70

E47189A

70

70 15 View A

50 71 292 21 171

15

E472230A

X
140 21

583

184 17 50 50 50

261 71 50

80 5 13 View A detail

50 5 11

193,5 F

15

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

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Dimensions and connection

NW08 to NW32 circuit breakers Fixed 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E46050A

189 (3P) 304 (4P) 308

189 154

Y
E46055A

191 150
260

X
161 11

57

233

11

200 (3P) 315 (4P)

200 11

Mounting on base plate or rails


E46052A

Mounting detail

Y
9,5

E46051A

25

124 162

72 15 mini 60 maxi

38 162 218,5 F
200 (3P) 315 (4P) 200 9,5 F

Safety clearances
E46053A E59445A E46054A

Door cutout
B A (*) B
295 mini (3P) 410 mini (4P) 295 mini

A (*)

270 (1) 316 (2) 135 (1) 158 (2)

15

205 F

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
100 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. A(*) An overhead clearance of 110 mm is required to remove the arc chutes. An overhead clearance of 20 mm is required to remove the terminal block.

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E46004A

NX 08
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA1012kV
Uimp

s 50kA/1
50/60Hz AS UNE IEC 947-2 BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE NBMA

maste

rpact

II

N GERIN MERLI

Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E46086A E46351A E46056A

Dtail
27

115

115

115

20

20 150

N
93 161 20 233,5 F 3 11,5 14,5
E46057A

76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47

Vertical rear connection


E46087A E46089A

Detail
E46058A

27

115

115

115 20 View A

68

X
E46059A

N
141

47 12,5 13 = = 3 11,5
View A detail

14,5

233,5 F

76 38 25

Front connection
E46088A E46090A

Detail
E46060A

20

12,5

115

115

115

View A

230,5

N
Top connection
E46061B

Y
Bottom connection

475

76 25 25 13

12,5

219,5

3 11,5

3 11,5 12,5

219 F

12,5
View A detail

25 25

13

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

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Dimensions and connection

NW08 to NW32 circuit breakers Drawout 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E46352A

E46506A

400 mini

220,5 (3P) 335,5 (4P) 308

220,5 154

Y
56 (*)

238,5

X
200,5

128 60 mini

11

383,5
400

200

(*) Disconnected position

Mounting on base plate or rails


E46354A

Mounting detail

E46353B

Y
2 11,5 x 22 10 11,5 175

110 103 175 283 F


F 10,5

167,5 (3P) 282,5 (4P)

162,5

Safety clearances
A
E59446A E46356A

Door cutout
E46355A

300 mini (3P) 415 mini (4P)

300 mini

270 (1) 379 (2)

X 135 (1)

222 (2) 153,3 (1)

100 225 F

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

47 (1)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
0 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. A(*) An overhead clearance of 110 mm is required to remove the arc chutes.

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E46005A

NX 08
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA10 12kV
Uimp

50kA/1s
50/60Hz UNE IEC 947-2 BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE AS NBMA

act II masterp

GERIN MERLIN

Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E46357A E46360A

Detail
E46363A

115

115

115

27 20 20
E46057A

N
76 38 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

296 93 184 20

25

298,5 F

Vertical rear connection


E46358A E46361A E46364A

Detail
115 115 115 20 View A

27

68
E46059A

N
47 14,5 12,5 13 = = 76 38 25

X
141

298,5

3 11,5
View A detail

Front connection
E46359A E46365A E46362A

Detail
20 12,5

115

115

115

View A

151

N
Top connection

Y
Bottom connection

400

E46819B

76 25 25 13

224

12,5 3 11,5 3 11,5 12,5

284 F

12,5
25 25 13

View A detail

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

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Dimensions and connection

NW40 circuit breakers Fixed 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E46050A

189 (3P) 304 (4P) 308

189 154

Y
E46055A

191 150
260

X
161 11

57

233

11

200 (3P) 315 (4P)

200 11

Mounting on base plate or rails


E46052A

Mounting detail

Y
9,5

E46051A

25

124 162

72 15 mini 60 maxi

38 162 218,5 F

F 200 (3P) 315 (4P) 200 9,5

Safety clearances
A (*)
E59445A E46054A

Door cutout
E46053A

A (*)

295 mini (3P) 410 mini (4P)

295 mini

270 (1) 316 (2) 135 (1) 158 (2)

15

205 F

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
100 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. A(*) An overhead clearance of 110 mm is required to remove the arc chutes. An overhead clearance of 20 mm is required to remove the terminal block.

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E46484A

NX 08
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA1012kV
Uimp

s 50kA/1
50/60Hz UNE IEC 947-2 BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE AS NBMA

maste

rpact

II

N GERIN MERLI

Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E46485A E46351A

27

20

20 150

X
93 161 20 233,5 F

Detail
E46490A E46489B

150 115 52,5 17,5

150 115

150 115 17,5 52,5

135 12,5 25 25 25

12,5 14,5 47

4 11,5
E46550A

100 12,5 25 25 25

12,5 14,5 47

N
332,5 (4P) 217,5

Vertical rear connection


E46486A E46488A

27

117,5

X
190,5

233,5 F

Detail
E46058A

115

115

115 20 View A

E46491A

47 14,5 12,5 25

12,5

25

20

25 25

125

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

5 11,5

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Dimensions and connection

NW40 circuit breakers Drawout 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
220,5 (3P) 335,5 (4P) 308 220,5 154

E46506A

E46352A

400 mini

Y
56 (*)

238,5

X
200,5

128 60 mini

11

383,5
400

200

(*) Disconnected position

Mounting on base plate or rails

Mounting detail

Y
E46354A

E46353B

2 11,5 x 22 10 11,5 175

110 103 175 283


F
167,5 (3P) 282,5 (4P)

10,5 F

162,5

Safety clearances
A
E59446A E46356A

Door cutout
E46355A

300 mini (3P) 415 mini (4P)

300 mini

270 (1) 379 (2)

X 135 (1)

222 (2) 153,3 (1)

100 225 F

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

47 (1)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
0 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. The safety clearances take into account the space required to remove the arc chutes.

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E46005A

NX 08
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA10 12kV
Uimp

50kA/1s
50/60Hz UNE IEC 947-2 BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE AS NBMA

act II masterp

GERIN MERLIN

Connections
Horizontal rear connection
E46360A E46492A

27 20 20

296 93 184 20

298,5 F

Detail
E46496B E46490A

150 115 52,5 17,5

150 115

150 115 52,5 17,5

135 12,5 25 25 25

12,5 14,5 47

4 11,5
E46550A

100 12,5 25 25 25

12,5 14,5 47

332,5

217,5

Vertical rear connection


E46495A E46493A E46491A

47 14,5 12,5 25

27

12,5

117,5

25 20 25 25

125

X
5 11,5
190,5 View A detail

298,5 F

Detail
E46364A

115

115

115 20 View A

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

Y
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Dimensions and connection

NW40b to NW63 circuit breakers Fixed 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E46282A

534 3P) 764 (4P) 308

189 154

Y
E46055A

191 150 260

X
161

57

233

11

545 (3P) 775 (4P)

200

11

Mounting on base plate or rails


E46284A

Mounting detail

E46283A

Y
9,5

25

124 162

72 15 mini 60 maxi

38 162 218,5 F

F 545 (6P) 775 (8P) 200 9,5

Safety clearances
A (*)
E59445A E46286A

Door cutout
B A (*) B

639 mini (3P) 839 mini (4P)

295 mini

E46285A

270 (1) 316 (2) 135 (1) 158 (2)

15

205 F

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
100 60

F : Datum

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device. A(*) An overhead clearance of 110 mm is required to remove the arc chutes. An overhead clearance of 20 mm is required to remove the terminal block.

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E46281A

NX 63
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA
Uimp

12kV

Icw 85kA/1s
50/60Hz AS 947-2 UNE IEC BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE NBMA

pact master

II

GERIN MERLIN

Connections
Horizontal rear connection (NW40b - NW50)
E46551A E46289A

47

230 115 115 115

230 115 115

230 115 115

E46287A

20

20 150

20 93 161
E46057A

N
76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

253,5 F

Prises arrire verticales (NW40b - NW50)


E46288A E46552A

Dtail
47 68
E46290A

230 115 115 115

230 115 115

230 115 115 20 View A

X
141

N Y
47 14,5
E46059A

253,5 253 F

12,5 13 = = 3 11,5 76 38 25

View A detail

Vertical rear connection (NW63)


47

Detail
230 115 115 115 230 115 115 230 115 115 20 View A

E59535A

E59536A

117,5

X
190,5

E46290A

N Y
47 14,5 12,5 25 25 20 25 25 5 11,5 125

253,5 253 F
E46491A

12,5

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 s/s class A4 80 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.

View A detail

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Dimensions and connection

NW40b to NW63 circuit breakers Drawout 3/4-pole device

Dimensions
E46487A

400 mini

E46498A

565,5 (3P) 795,5 (4P) 308

220,5 154

Y
56 (*)

238,5

X
200,5

128 60 mini 11 383,5

40 200 400

(*) Disconnected position

Mounting on base plate or rails


E46508A

Mounting detail

X
E46499A

250 53 F 250 333 23 6 11 x 34 325 (3P) 450 (4P) 174 (3P) 287,5 (4P) 151 (3P) 162,5 (4P)

Safety clearances
A
E59446A E46501A

Door cutout
B A B

646 mini (3P) 876 mini (4P)

300 mini

Y
E46500A

270 (1) 379 (2)

X 135 (1)

222 (2) 153,3 (1)

150 275 F

47 (1) 325 (1) 364 (2) 162,5 (1) 182 (2)

Insulated parts
A B 0 0

Metal parts
0 0

Energised parts
0 60

F : Datum.

(1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon Note: X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.

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E46497A

NX 08
Ui 1000V Ue (V) 690

HA10 12kV
Uimp

50kA/1s
50/60Hz AS UNE IEC 947-2 BS CEI EN 60947-2 VDE UTE NBMA

t II masterpac

GERIN MERLIN

Connections
Horizontal rear connection (NW40b - NW50)
E46507A

Detail
115
27 20 20
E46057A

115

115

115

115

115

115

E46502A

E46504A

N
291 76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

93

179 20

348,5 F

Vertical rear connection (NW40b - NW50)


E46494A E46505A

Detail
115 115 115 115 115 115 115 20 View A

E46503A

27 68

Y
47

X
141
E46059A

14,5

12,5 13 = = 76 38 25

348,5 F
3 11,5

View A detail

Vertical rear connection (NW63)


E59534A E46505A

Detail
115 115 115 115 115 115 115 20 View A

E59533A

27

117,5

N
E46491A

Y
14,5 12,5 25

X
190,5

47

12,5

348,5 F

25 20 25 25 5 11,5
View A detail

125

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 s/s class A4 80 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer

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Dimensions and connection

NT/NW accessories

Mounting on backplate with special brackets (Masterpact NW08 to NW32 fixed).


E46805A

429 (3P) 544 (4P)

Y
E46806A

4 12

159 113

X
96

125

218,5 F

4,5

11 407 (3P) 522 (4P)

203,5

11

Disconnectable front-connection adapter (Masterpact NW08 to NW32 fixed)


Horizontal rear connection
E46807A E46809A

Detail
E46812A

67 20

115

115

115

183
E46057A

N
76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

X
172

20 253,5 F

Vertical rear connection


E46808A E46810A E46811A

Detail
67

115

115

115 20 View A

231

N
E46059A

47 14,5 12,5 13 = = 3 11,5 76 38 25

220

Note: Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8 Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer
F

253,5

View A detail

F Datum

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Rear panel cutout (drawout devices)


NW08 to NW40
E46271A

E46272A

X
302 187

200,5 401 (3P) 516 (4P)

200,5 (3P) 315,5 (4P)

264 F

NW40b to NW63
E46274A

X
297 182

E46273A

314 200,5 679 (3P) 909 (4P) 478,5 (3P) 708,5 (4P) F

Escutcheon
Masterpact NT Fixed device
E59885A

Drawout device

Y
E59887A

X
27

275

X
27

313

27 253

27 317

13

27

Masterpact NW Fixed device

Drawout device

Y
E59890A E59889A

X
25

324

387

18 45

25 372
25

25

F Datum

372

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Dimensions and connection

NT/NW external modules

Connection of auxiliary wiring to terminal block


E47683A

S : 0,6 mm2 S : 2,5 mm2

E47684A

1
8

3,5
One conductor only per connection point

M6C relay module


99
E47688A
11 13 15 17 19 21

81
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6

46

E47689A

23 25

M6c
9 5 7 S1 S3 2 4 11 24V 25 21 23 17 19 . com 0V

S2 S6 S5 22 24 S4 18 20 14 16 10 12 6 8

11

13

15

17

19

21

23 25

M6c
9 5 7 S1 25 21 23 17 19 . com 0V 24V S6 S5 22 24 18 20 14 16 10 12 6 8 11 S2 S4

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6

66

99

S3 2 4

46

External power supply module (AD)


E47690A

60

2 6

L4 L3
t Inpu C 24VD ut Outp C 24VD G2

73

60

AD 22

0A
G1

75

E47691A

112

L4 L3
t Inpu C 24VD ut Outp C 24VD

0A AD 22
G1

+
G2

Battery module (BAT)


Mounting
60
E47692A

2 6

60
H4 H3
t Inpu C 24VD

73

24V BAT

+
H2

ut Outp C 24VD H1

112

75

E47693A

H4 H3
t Inpu C 24VD

+
H1

24V BAT

+
H2

ut Outp C 24VD

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Delay unit for MN release


MNR
57
E47694A
1 2 3 4 5 6

2 4,2

81
MN UVR 30 V 100/1C AC/D

S 3 6 0.5 1

42

66

1.5 3 MN r de R UV dateu Retardelay for Time

E47695A

10 12

73
3 4 5 6

73,5

72
S 3 6 0.5 MN UVR 30 V 100/1C AC/D 1

1.5 3 MN r de R UV dateu Retardelay for Time 10 12

46

Craddle communication module


ModBUS BatiBUS

E47685A

++
Rseau shield B B A A B B A A Network
us modb CCM Fault Com.

90 45

ss Addre . sync

Disjoncteur

58

CT

CD

54

External sensor for source ground return (SGR) protection


Sensor
E47687A E58561

CE

Breaker

E47686A

MGDF summer module

200 130
45
F MDG

90

45

76 150
58 106

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Dimensions and connection

NT/NW external modules

External sensor for external neutral


Dimensions 400/1600 A (NT06 to NT16)
E47699

4 14 H2 35 76
E47700

400/2000 A (NW08 to NW20)


H1 SG1 SG2 X1 X2 GND VN VC H2

4 14

GND VN VC

H1

X2 X1 SG2 SG1

44 102

177 208

174 206

1000/4000 A (NW025 to NW40)


E47701

8 14
E47702

2000/6300 A (NW40b to NW63)


H1 SG1 SG2 X1 X2 GND VN VC H2

16 14

H1 SG1 SG2 X1 X2 GND VN VC

H2

44 127

127 44

44

174 295

44

H1 SG1 SG2 X1 X2 GND VN VC

H2

70

44 127

44

174 295

44

Installation 400/1600 A (NT06 to NT16)


E47696 E47696A

400/2000 A (NW08 to NW20)

1000/4000 A (NW25 to NW40)


E47697A E67969

2000/6300 A (NW40b to NW63)

2 identical external sensor shipped as loosed part

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Rectangular sensor for earth leakage protection (Vigi)


280 x 115 mm window
4 9

E47703A

E47704B

2 M3 M1 M

115

197 215

M1 M2 M3

280 362 380

70

470 x 160 mm window

8 9

E47717A

E47718B

146
2 M1 M M3

242 160 260

M1 M2 M3

456 470 552 570

70

Busbars
window (mm) weight (kg)

I i 1600 A
280 x 115 14

I i 3200 A
470 x 160 18

Busbars path
280 x 115 window Busbars spaced 70 mm centre-to-centre
E47707 E47708

470 x 160 window Busbars spaced 115 mm centre-to-centr

M1 M2 M3

2 bars 50 x 10 4 bars 100 x 5


E67970 E67971

M1 M2 M3

M1 M2 M3

2 bars 100 x 5 4 bars 125 x 5

M1 M2 M3

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Masterpact

Electrical diagrams

Presentation Functions and characteristics Dimensions and connection

1 9 53

Masterpact NT06 to NT16 Masterpact NW08 to NW63 Masterpact NT and NW


Installation recommendations Additional characteristics References

82 84 86
91 115 121

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Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NT06 to NT16 Fixed and drawout devices

The diagram is shown with circuits de-energised, all devices open, connected and charged and relays in normal position.
Power
power
Z1
N L1 L2 L3

Control unit
upstream cb
Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

Remote operation
readyto-close

AT

BPF
BPO

M6C
C12

474

484

182

184

252

254

Q1

Q2

Q3

A2

VN

C2

V1

V2

V3

K2

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

D2

C3

A3

B3
CH
E46139A

charged
MCH

downstream cb
fault fault

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Q I Micrologic U
M2C or
E46133

S1 S2

SDE2 Res

SDE1 MN

MX2

MX1

XF

PF

M6C

or
E46135A

or

E46136A

E46137A

E46132A

E46555B

471

D1

C11

C1

A1

E46138A

181

K1

SG1

SG2

X1

X2

24 V DC

F2+

T1

T2

T3

M1

M2

M3

T4

F1

Control unit
Terminal block marking Com UC1 UC2 UC3
F2+ VN F1

Remote operation
UC4 / M2C / M6C
V3 V2 V1 / 484 / 474 / 471 / Q3 / Q2 / Q1

SDE2 / Res
184 182 181 / K1 / K2

SDE1
84 82 81

MN / MX2
D2 / C12

MX1
C2 C3

XF
A2 A3 A1

PF
254 252 251

251

81

MCH
B2 B3 B1

E5 E6 Z5 M1 M2 M3 E3 E4 Z3 Z4 T3 T4 E1 E2 Z1 Z2 T1 T2

D1

/ C11

C1

A c c

P c c

H c c

Control unit Com: E1-E6 communication UC1 : Z1-Z5 zone selective interlocking; Z1 = ZSI OUT SOURCE Z2 = ZSI OUT ; Z3 = ZSI IN SOURCE Z4 = ZSI IN ST (short time) Z5 = ZSI IN GF (earth fault) M1 = Vigi module input (Micrologic 7) UC2 : T1, T2, T3, T4 = external neutral; M2, M3 = Vigi module input (Micrologic 7) UC3 : F2+, F1 external 24 DC power supply VN external voltage connector (optional) UC4 : optional external voltage connector or

Remote operation SDE2: Fault-trip indication contact or Res : Remote reset SDE1: Fault-trip indication contact (supplied as standard) MN : Undervoltage release or MX2 : Shunt release MX1 : Shunt release (standard or communicating) XF PF : Closing release (standard or communicating) : Ready-to-close contact

c c c c

c c c c c c c c

c c c c c c c c

MCH: electric motor

M2C : 2 programmable contacts (internal relay); ext. 24V DC power supply required or M6C : 6 programmable contacts (external relay); ext. 24V DC power supply required.

Note: When communicating MX or XF releases are used, the third wire (C3,A3) must be connected even if the communication module is not installed.

A : Digital ammeter P: A + power meter + additional protection H: P + harmonics

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B1

B2

82

84

Indication contacts

Craddle contacts

open

closed

disconnected

connected

Test

822

824

812

814

332

334

322

324

312

314

914 CT1
E47074A

OF4

OF3

OF2

OF1 CD2 CD1


CE3 CE2 CE1

E47075A

E46141A

E46134A

821

331

321

41

31

21

811

311

11

Indication contacts
OF4
44 42 41

Craddle contacts
CD2
824 822 821

OF3
34 32 31

OF2
24 22 21

OF1
14 12 11

CD1
814 812 811

CE3
334 332 331

CE2
324 322 321

CE1
314 312 311

CT1
914 912 911

Indication contacts OF4 / OF3 / OF2 / OF1 : ON/OFF indication contacts (*) Spring charging motor 440/480 V AC (380 V motor + additional resistor)
E47484

Craddle contacts CD2: Disconnected CD1 position contacts CE3: Connected CE2 position CE1 contacts CT1: Test position contacts

CN1

- 440/480 V 9 11

spring charged light 440/480 V

R B3 B2

MCH 380V

CH

B1 CN2 - 440/480 V

key: Drawout device only

XXX

SDE1, OF1, OF2, OF3, OF4 supplied as standard Interconnected connections (only one wire per connection point)

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911

912

42

32

22

44

34

24

12

14

Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NW08 to NW63 Fixed and drawout devices

The diagram is shown with circuits de-energised, all devices open, connected and charged and relays in normal position.
Power
power
Z1
N L1 L2 L3

Control unit
upstream cb
Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

Remote operation
readyto-close
charged B3

downstream cb
fault fault
AT

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

BPF
BPO

M6C
C12

474

484

182

184

252

254

VN

Q1

Q2

Q3

A2

C2

K2

82

84

D2

V1

V2

V3

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

C3

A3

Q I Micrologic U
M2C ou
E46133

MCH S1 S2
SDE2 Res SDE1 MN
MX2
MX1

XF
PF

CH

M6C

or
E46135A

or

E46136A

E46137A

E46132A

471

D1

C11

C1

181

K1

A1

E46138A

251

81

E46139A

SG1

SG2

X1

X2

24 V DC

E46555B

F2+

T1

T2

T3

M1

M2

M3

T4

F1

Control unit
Terminal block marking Com UC1 UC2 UC3
F2+ VN F1

Remote operation
UC4
V3 V2 V1

M2C / M6C
484 474 471 / Q3 / Q2 / Q1

SDE2 / Res
184 182 181 / K1 / K2

SDE1
84 82 81

MN / MX2
D2 / C12

MX1
C2 C3

XF
A2 A3 A1

PF
254 252 251

MCH
B2 B3 B1

E5 E6 Z5 M1 M2 M3 E3 E4 Z3 Z4 T3 T4 E1 E2 Z1 Z2 T1 T2

D1

/ C11

C1

A c c

P c c

H c c

Control unit Com: E1-E6 communication UC1 : Z1-Z5 zone selective interlocking; Z1 = ZSI OUT SOURCE Z2 = ZSI OUT ; Z3 = ZSI IN SOURCE Z4 = ZSI IN ST (short time) Z5 = ZSI IN GF (earth fault) M1 = Vigi module input (Micrologic 7) UC2 : T1, T2, T3, T4 = external neutral; M2, M3 = Vigi module input (Micrologic 7) UC3 : F2+, F1 external 24 DC power supply VN external voltage connector (optional) UC4 : V1, V2, V3 optional external voltage connector M2C : 2 programmable contacts (internal relay); ext. 24V DC power supply required or M6C : 6 programmable contacts (to be connected to the external module M6C); ext. 24V DC power supply required

Remote operation SDE2: Fault-trip indication contact or Res : Remote reset SDE1: Fault-trip indication contact (supplied as standard) MN : Undervoltage release or MX2 : Shunt release MX1 : Shunt release (standard or communicating) XF PF : Closing release (standard or communicating) : Ready-to-close contact

c c c c

c c c c c c c c

c c c c c c c c

MCH: electric motor

Note: When communicating MX or XF releases are used, the third wire (C3,A3) must be connected even if the communication module is not installed.

A : Digital ammeter P: A + power meter + additional protection H: P + harmonics

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B1

B2

Indication contacts

Craddle contacts

open

closed

closed

not connected or connected and open

connected and closed

disconnected

connected

Test

832

834

822

824

812

814

332

334

322

324

312

314

934

924

932

922

914
CT1 914 912 911 374 372 371

..2

..4

..8

..6

EF . .

OF4

OF3

OF2

OF1

OF . .

OF

CT3 CD3 CD2 CD1

CT2

CE3

CE2

CE1

or

CE
E46140 E46141A E46131A E46134A E46142A

331

321

41

31

21

831

..1

..5

821

311

11

931

Indication contacts
OF4
44 42 41

Craddle contacts
OF24 OF23 OF22 OF21 OF14 OF13 OF12 OF11
244 242 241 234 232 231 224 222 221 214 212 211 144 142 141 134 132 131 124 122 121 114 112 111

OF3
34 32 31

OF2
24 22 21

OF1
14 12 11

CD3
834 832 831

CD2
824 822 821

CD1
814 812 811

CE3
334 332 331

CE2
324 322 321

CE1
314 312 311

CT3
934 932 931

CT2
924 922 921

or

or

or

or

or

or

or

or
CE6
364 362 361

or
CE5
354 352 351

or
CE4
344 342 341

EF24 EF23 EF22 EF21 EF14 EF13 EF12 EF11


248 246 245 238 236 235 228 226 225 218 216 215 148 146 145 138 136 135 128 126 125 118 116 115

CE9
394 392 391

CE8
384 382 381

Indication contacts OF4 OF3 OF2 OF1 : ON/OFF indication contacts OF24 or EF24 OF23 or EF23 OF22 or EF22 OF21 or EF21 OF14 or EF14 OF13 or EF13 OF12 or EF12 OF11 or EF11 : ON/OFF indication contacts Combined connected-deconnected indication contacts

Craddle contacts CD3: Disconnected CE3: Connected CD2 position CE2 position CD1 contacts CE1 contacts or CE6: Connected CE5 position CE4 contacts CT3: Test CT2 position CT1 contacts or CE9:Connected CE8 position CE7 contacts or CD6:Disconnected CD5 position CD4 contacts
Drawout device only

key:

XXX

SDE1, OF1, OF2, OF3, OF4 supplied as standard Interconnected connections (only one wire per connection point)

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921

811

CT1

CE7

911

912

42

32

22

44

34

24

12

14

Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NT and NW Communications option 24 VDC external power supply

Connection of the communications option


E47593

914
N L1 L2 L3

812

314

912 812

312

microswitch built into COM module OF


VN V1 V2 V3 Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

SDE PF CH

MX1

com

911

811

311

911

811

311

XF

com

CT B' A' B A

CD

CE +

Q I Micrologic U device communication module

CT +

CD

CE

Modbus COM craddle BB BB

Digipact COM craddle

shield

B' A' B A (2)

CCP 303
F2+ E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 M1 M2 M3 F1 E6 T1 T2 T3 T4
5 4 3

CCP 303

H1 H2

BAT module
H3 H4 G1 G2

(1) (2)

2 1 0

Modbus junction block CJB306

brown

yellow

black

L3 L4

110/240 V AC 24/125 V DC

E1 E2 E3 E4 + A B + / / E3 / E4 E5 / E6

E5 E6 A' B' Modbus BB BB + Digipact twisted pair twisted pair

blue

red

AD module

white

24 V 0V

0V 24 VDC 1A

BB BB
Digipact junction block
24 V 24 VDC DC 150

communication power supply

None of the control-unit protection functions require an auxiliary source. However, the 24 V DC external power-supply (AD module) is required for certain operating configurations as indicated in the table below. circuit breaker voltage measurement inputs
M2C, M6C programmable contacts option Protection function Display function Time-stamping function Circuit-breaker status indications and control via communications bus Identification, settings, operation and maintenance aids via communications bus

closed powered
yes no no (3) no no no (3)

open powered
yes no no (4) no no no (4)

not powered
yes no yes yes (5) no yes

(1) draw-out device equipped with Modbus craddle COM. (2) draw-out device equipped with Digipact craddle COM. (3) except for Micrologic A control units (if current < 20% In). (4) except for Micrologic A control units. (5) time setting is manual and can be carried out automatically by the supervisor via the communications bus.

The communications bus requires its own 24 V DC power source (E1, E2). This source is not the same as the 24 V DC external power-supply module (F1-, F2+). In case of using the 24 VDC external power supply (AD module), maximum cable length between 24 VDC (G1, G2) and the control unit (F1-, F2+) must not exceed 10 meters. The BAT battery module, mounted in series upstream of the AD module, ensures an uninterrupted supply of power if the AD module power supply fails. The voltage measurement inputs are standard equipment on the downstream connectors of the circuit breaker. External connections are possible using the PTE external voltage measurement input option. With this option, the internal voltage measurement inputs are disconnected and terminals VN, V1 and V2 are connected only to the control unit (Micrologic P and H only). The PTE option is required for voltages less than 100 V and greater than 690 V (in which case a voltage transformer is compulsory). For three-pole devices, the system is supplied with terminal VN connected only to the control unit (Micrologic P and H). When the PTE option is implemented, the voltage measurement input must be protected against short-circuits. Installed as close as possible to the busbars, this protection function is ensured by a P25M circuit breaker (1 A rating) with an auxiliary contact (cat. no. 21104 and 21117). This voltage measurement input is reserved exclusively for the control unit and must not ever be used to supply other circuits outside the switchboard.

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Examples using the COM communications option Switchboard display unit


This architecture provides remote display of the variables managed by Micrologic control units equipped with the eco COM Modbus module. c I (Micrologic A) c I, U, P, E (Micrologic P) c I, U, P, E, THD (Micrologic H) No programming is required. For Micrologic A control unit (if current < 20% In), it is recommended to use the 24 VDC external power supply (AD module).
E47976

CDM303 + CSD309 d < 1 km DMB300


1 2 3 4 I U P ?

5 4 3 2 1 0
24 V 0V

CCP303

switchboard display unit

Modbus junction block CJB 306

24 VDC 1A

power circuit breaker

Communicating switchboard
This configuration provides remote display and control of Masterpacts equipped with the Modbus or Digipact COM module. The Digipact bus can be combined with the Modbus bus.

E47977

Software

PC running Micrologic utilities SMS PLC PLC

PC running Micrologic utilities SMS

TCP/IP

Communication interface
RS 232C RS 485 Bus Modbus Bus Modbus Ethernet RS 485

communication Bus

Data concentrator

DC150

Device

UA150 source change-ower

SC150 contraf interface

PM150 measure

Masterpact COM Digipact

Masterpact COM Modbus

PM300 measure

Sepam

Vigilohm

Altivar

Digipact Bus

Modbus Bus

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Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NT and NW Earth-fault and earth-leakage protection Neutral protection Zone selective interlocking
E47591B

External sensor (CT) for residual earth-fault protection


Connection of current-transformer secondary circuit for external neutral Masterpact equipped with a Micrologic 6 A/P/H: c shielded cable with 2 twisted pairs c SG1 twisted with SG2 c X1 twisted with X2 c shielding connected to GND on one end only c maximum length 5 meters c cable cross-sectional area 0.4 to 1.5 mm2 c recommended cable: Belden 9552 or equivalent. If supply is via the top, follow the shematics. If supply is via the bottom, control wiring is identical; for the power wiring, H1 is connected to the source side, H2 to the load side. For four-pole versions, for residual earth-fault protection, the current transformer for the external neutral is not necessary. If the 2000/6300 current transformer is used: c signals SG1 and SG2 must be wired in series c signals X1 and X2 must be wired in parallel. Connection for signal VN is required only for power measurements (3 , 4 wires, 4CTs).
N L1 L2 L3

VN

V1

V2

V3

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Q I Micrologic 6 U

Z5
Z5

VN H2 SG1 SG2 X1 X2 GND

H1

External transformer for source ground return (SGR) earth-fault protection


Connection of the secondary circuit Masterpact equipped with a Micrologic 6 A/P/H: c unshielded cable with 1 twisted pair c maximum length 150 meters c cable cross-sectional area 0.4 to 1.5 mm2 c terminals 5 and 6 may not be used at the same time c use terminal 5 for NW08 to 40 c use terminal 6 for NW40b to 63 c recommended cable: Belden 9409 or equivalent.
Q I Micrologic 6 U

VN

V1

V2

V3

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

or H1
E47592

X1 X2 PE 1 3

12 5

10 11 9 8

MDGF module
13 14

H2

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F2+

T1

T2

T3

M1

M2

M3

T4

F1

F2+

T1

T2

T3

M1

M2

M3

T4

F1

Earth-leakage protection
Connection of the rectangular-sensor secondary circuit Masterpact equipped with a Micrologic 7 A/P/H: c unshielded cable with 3 twisted conductors: v M1, M2, M3 twisted together c maximum length 4 metres c cable cross-sectional area 0.4 to 1.5 mm2 c recommended cable: Belden 9493 or equivalent.
E47974B

L1

L2

L3

VN

V1

V2

V3

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Q I Micrologic 7 U

Z5

M1 M2 M3

Neutral protection
c Three pole breaker: v Masterpact equipped with Micrologic P or H v the current transformer for external neutral is necessary (the wiring diagram is identical to the one used for the residual earth-fault protection). c Four pole breaker: v Masterpact equipped with Micrologic A, P or H v the current transformer for external neutral is not necessary.

Zone selective interlocking


A pilot wire interconnects a number of circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic A/P/H control units, as illustrated in the diagram above. The control unit detecting a fault sends a signal upstream and checks for a signal arriving from downstream. If there is a signal from downstream, the circuit breaker remains closed for the full duration of its tripping delay. If there is no signal from downstream, the circuit breaker opens immediately, whatever the tripping-delay setting. Fault 1. Only circuit breaker A detects the fault. Because it receives no signal from downstream, it immediately opens in spite of its tripping delay set to 0.3. Fault 2. Circuit breakers A and B detect the fault. Circuit breaker A receives a signal from B and remains closed for the full duration of its tripping delay set to 0.3. Circuit breaker B does not receive a signal from downstream and opens immediately, in spite of its tripping delay set to 0.2.
E47975B

upstream circuit breaker

Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 fault 1

tsd = 0,3

Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 fault 2

tsd = 0,2

Note: the maximum permissible distance between two devices is 3000 m and the maximum number of devices is 100.

Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

downstream circuit breaker

Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

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Masterpact

F2+

T1

T2

T3

M1

M2

M3

T4

F1

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Masterpact

Schneider Electric

Masterpact

Installation recommendations

Presentation Functions and characteristics Dimensions and connection Electrical diagrams

1 9 53 81

Operating conditions Installation in switchboard Door interlock catch Cable-type door interlock Connection of MN, MX and XF voltage releases Power connection Recommended busbars drilling Busbar sizing Temperature derating Power dissipation and input/output resistance Derating in switchboards Substitution kit
Additional characteristics References

92 94 96 97 97 98 100 102 104 104 105 112


115 121

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Installation recommendations

Operating conditions

E51260B

Ambient temperature
Masterpact devices can operate under the following temperature conditions: c the electrical and mechanical characteristics are stipulated for an ambient temperature of -5 C to +70 C; c circuit-breaker closing is guaranteed down to -35 C; Storage conditions are as follows: c -40 to +85C for a Masterpact device without its control unit c -25C to +85C for the control unit.
Test

E51261B

Extreme atmospheric conditions


Masterpact devices have successfully passed the tests defined by the following standards for extreme atmospheric conditions: c IEC 68-2-1: dry cold at -55 C; c IEC 68-2-2: dry heat at +85 C; c IEC 68-2-30: damp heat (temperature +55 C, relative humidity 95%); c IEC 68-2-52 level 2: salt mist. Masterpact devices can operate in the industrial environments defined by standard IEC 947 (pollution degree up to 4). It is nonetheless advised to check that the devices are installed in suitably cooled switchboards without excessive dust.

Test

Vibrations
Masterpact devices are guaranteed against electromagnetic or mechanical vibrations. Tests are carried out in compliance with standard IEC 68-2-6 for the levels required by merchant-marine inspection organisations (Veritas, Lloyds, etc.): c 2 to 13.2 Hz: amplitude 1 mm; c 13.2 to 100 Hz: constant acceleration 0.7 g. Excessive vibration may cause tripping, breaks in connections or damage to mechanical parts.
E51262B

Test

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E51263B

Altitude
At altitudes higher than 2000 metres, the modifications in the ambient air (electrical resistance, cooling capacity) lower the following characteristics as follows:
Altitude (m) Dielectric resistance voltage (V) Average insulation level (V) Maximum utilisation voltage (V) Average thermal current (A) at 40 C 2000 3500 1000 690 1 x In 3000 3150 900 590 0.99 x In 4000 2500 700 520 0.96 x In 5000 2100 600 460 0.94 x In

2000 m

Test

E51264B

Electromagnetic disturbances
Masterpact devices are protected against: c overvoltages caused by devices that generate electromagnetic disturbances; c overvoltages caused by atmospheric disturbances or by a distribution-system outage (e.g. failure of a lighting system); c devices emitting radio waves (radios, walkie-talkies, radar, etc.); c electrostatic discharges produced by users. Masterpact devices have successfully passed the electromagnetic-compatibility tests (EMC) defined by the following international standards: c IEC 60947-2, appendix F; c IEC 60947-2, appendix B (trip units with earth-leakage function). The above tests guarantee that: c no nuisance tripping occurs; c tripping times are respected.

Test

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Installation recommendations

Installation in switchboard

Possible positions
E47650A E47651A E47652A E47657A

Power supply
Masterpact devices can be supplied either from the top or from the bottom without reduction in performance, in order to facilitate connection when installed in a switchboard.
E47653A

Mounting the circuit-breaker


It is important to distribute the weight of the device uniformily over a rigid mounting surface such as rails or a base plate. This mounting plane should be perfectly flat (tolerance on support flatness: 2 mm). This eliminates any risk of deformation which could interfere with correct operation of the circuit breaker. Masterpact devices can also be mounted on a vertical plane using the special brackets.
E47656A

Mounting on rails.

E47658A

Mounting with vertical brackets.

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Partitions
Sufficient openings must be provided in partitions to ensure good air circulation around the circuit breaker; For high currents, of 2500 A and upwards, the metal supports or barriers in the immediate vicinity of a conductor must be made of non-magnetic material A; Metal barriers through which a conductor passes must not form a magnetic loop.

E47659A

A : non magnetic material

E47660A

Busbars
The mechanical connection must be exclude the possibility of formation of a magnetic loop around a conductor.
E47662B

non magnetic material

Increases the length of the tracking path between phases; Reduces the risk of short circuits being caused by objects falling from above onto circuit breaker connections.

E47663A

E47664

Interphase barrier

E47661A

351 (NT) 453 (NW)


F

Dimensions and weights

Main dimensions in mm (H x W x D)
Masterpact drawout fixed 3P 4P 3P 4P NT06/12 322 x 288 x 280 322 x 358 x 280 301 x 276 x 211 301 x 346 x 211 NW08/40 439 x 441 x 395 439 x 556 x 395 352 x 422 x 297 352 x 537 x 297 NW40b/63 479 x 786 x 395 479 x 1016 x 395 352 x 767 x 297 352 x 997 x 297

Weight (kg)
Masterpact drawout fixed 3P 4P 3P 4P NT06/12 30 39 14 18 NW08/40 90 120 60 80 NW40b/63 225 300 120 160

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Installation recommendations

Door interlock catch

E47669B

Mounted on the right or left-hand side of the craddle, this device inhibits opening of the cubicle door when the circuit breaker is in connected or test position. It the breaker is put in the connected position with the door open, the door may be closed without having to disconnect the circuit breaker.

15 (1) 8 17 (2)

Catch not supplied


5

Dimensions (mm)
Type NT08-16 (3P) NT08-16 (4P) NW08-40 (3P) NW08-40 (4P) NW40b-63 (3P) NW40b-63 (4P) (1) 135 205 215 330 660 775 (2) 168 168 215 215 215 215

Breaker in connected or test position


Door cannot be opened
E47670A

door

F (1) (2)

Dimensions (mm)
Type NT NW (1) 5 83 (2) 23 103

Breaker in disconnected position


Door can be opened
E47671A

Note: The door interlock can either be mounted on the right side or the left side of the breaker. F Datum.

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Cable-type door interlock Connection of MN, MX and XF voltage releases


NT/NW Cable-type door interlock
This option prevents door opening when the circuit breaker is closed and prevents circuit breaker closing when the door is open. For this, a special plate associated with a lock and a cable is mounted on the right side of the circuit breaker. With this interlock installed, the source changeover function cannot be implemented.
E59113A

E59114B

46 121 165 10

79

52

84

Wiring of voltage releases


During pick-up, the power consumed is approximately 150 to 200 VA. For low control voltages (12, 24, 48 V), maximum cable lengths are imposed by the voltage and the cross-sectional area of cables. Recommanded maximum cable lengths (meter)
12 V 2,5 mm2 MN U source 100 % U source 85 % MX-XF U source 100 % 21 U source 85 % 10 1,5 mm2 12 6 24 V 2,5 mm2 58 16 115 75 1,5 mm2 35 10 70 44 48 V 2,5 mm2 280 75 550 350 1,5 mm2 165 45 330 210

Note: the indicated length is that of each of the two wires

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E59115A

Schneider Electric

Installation recommendations

Power connection

E47675A

If cables are used for the power connections, make sure that they do not apply excessive mechanical forces to the circuit breaker terminals. For this, make the connections as follows: c extend the circuit breaker terminals using short bars designed and installed according to the recommendations for bar-type power connections: v for a single cable, use solution B opposite v for multiple cables, use solution C opposite. c in all cases, follow the general rules for connections to busbars: v position the cable lugs before inserting the bolts v the cables should firmly secured to the framework of the switchboard.

E47676A

Cables connections

E
E47677A

E47672A

The busbars should be suitably adjusted to ensure that the connection points are positioned on the terminals before the bolts are inserted B The connections are held by the support which is solidly fixed to the framework of the switchboard, such that the circuit breaker terminals do not have to support its weight C. (This support should be placed close to the terminals).

E47674A

Electrodynamic stresses The first busbar support or spacer shall be situated within a maximum distance from the connection point of the breaker (see table below). This distance must be respected so that the connection can withstand the electrodynamic stresses between phases in the event of a short circuit.
Maximum distance A between busbar to circuit breaker connection and the first busbar support or spacer with respect to the value of the prospective short-circuit current. Isc (kA) 30 50 65 80 100 150 distance A (mm) 350 300 250 150 150 150

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E47673A

Busbars connections

Schneider Electric

Clamping Correct clamping of busbars depends amongst other things, on the tightening torques used for the nuts and bolts. Over-tightening may have the same consequences as under-tightening. For connecting busbars (Cu ETP-NFA51-100) to the circuit breaker, the tightening torques to be used are shown in the table below. These values are for use with copper busbars and steel nuts and bolts, class 8.8. The same torques can be used with AGS-T52 quality aluminium bars (French standard NFA 02-104 or American National Standard H-35-1). Examples
E47667B E47665 E47668

E47678A

6
1 terminal screw factory-tightened to 16 Nm (NW), 13 Nm (NT) 2 breaker terminal 3 busbar 4 bolt 5 washer 6 nut

Tightening torques nominal (mm) drilling (mm) 10 11

tightening torque (Nm) with grower or flat washers 37.5

with contact or corrugatec washers 50

Busbar drilling Examples


E47329A

E47330A

Isolation distance

E47680A

X
Dimensions (mm)
Ui 600 V 1000 V X min 8 mm 14 mm

Busbar bending When bending busbars maintain the radius indicated below(a smaller radius would cause cracks).
E47679A

r e

Dimensions (mm)
e 5 10 radius of curvature r min 5 15 recommended 7.5 18 to 20

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Masterpact

E47331A

Schneider Electric

Installation recommendations

Recommended busbars drilling Masterpact NT06 to NT16

Rear connection
E59308A E59308A

Rear connection with spreaders


E59309A E59310A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

Middle left or middle right spreader for 4P


E59325A E59326A

Middle spreader for 3P


E59327A

Left or right spreader for 4P


E59328A

Left or right spreader for 3P


77 38,5 25 30 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 30 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 13,5

E59324A

44 25 9,5 12,5 60 12,5 2 11

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

82 52

15 5 11 25 52

Vertical rear connection


32

40

50

63

E59315 A

E59311A

E59312A

E59313A

E59314A

80

25 12,5

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

25

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

12,5

12,5

12,5

12,5 12,5

12,5

E59329A

60 12,5 12,5 9,5 25 44

2 11

Front connection
E59308A E59308A

Front connection via vertical connection adapters


E59309A E59310A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

Top connection
E59330A

Bottom connection

E59332A

44
E59331A

25 21

89 = =

12,5 15

25

9,5

2 11 13

101 3 11 15 20

21

13 2 11
25 44 9,5

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Masterpact NW08 to NW63

Horizontal rear connection NW08 to NW38


E59308A E59309A E59310A E59316A

NW40b to NW50
15 15 12 maxi
22 28 12 maxi
E59317A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80

100

100 28 22 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

25 25

12,5

25 25

12,5

E59333A

E59323A

76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

115 39

115 39

115 39

115 39

115 39

Vertical rear connection NW08 to NW32, NW40b to NW50


E59318A E59319A E59320A

50

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

25 25 12 maxi

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

E59322A

63

E59321A

40

80

100

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

12,5

12,5

12,5 12,5

12,5

12,5

E59334A

47 14,5 12,5 13 = = 3 11,5 76 38 25

Front connection NW08 to NW32


E59308A E59309A E59310A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

Top connection
E59335A

Bottom connection

76 25 25 13
E59336A

12,5 3 11,5

3 11,5 12,5

25 25

13

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Installation recommendations

Busbar sizing

Basis of tables: c maximum permissible busbars temperature: 100 C c Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection c busbar material is unpainted copper.

Front or rear horizontal connection


E47681A

Masterpact

maximum service current


400 630 800 1000 1250 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2500 2800 3000 3200 3800 4000 4500 5000

Ti : 40 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

Ti : 50 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5 8b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

Ti : 60 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 8b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 3b.50 x 10 2b.80 x 10 3b.63 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.80 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

NT06 NT06 NT08 or NW08 NT10 or NW10 NT12 or NW12 NT16 or NW16 NT16 or NW16 NW20 NW20 NW25 NW25 NW32 NW32 NW32 NW40 NW40 NW50 NW50

With Masterpact NT, it is recommanded to use 50 mm wideness bars (see "Recommended busbars drilling")

Example
Conditions: c drawout version c horizontal busbars c Ti: 50 C c service current: 1800 A. Solution: For Ti = 50 C, use an NW20 which can be connected with three 80x5 mm bars or two mm 63x10 bars.

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Basis of tables: c maximum permissible busbars temperature: 100 C c Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection c busbar material is unpainted copper.

Rear vertical connection


E47682A

Masterpact

Maximum service current


400 630 800 1000 1250 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2500 2800 3000 3200 3800 4000 4500 5000 5700 6300

Ti: 40 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.63 x 5 2b.63 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.100 x 5 2b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 1b.63 x 10 1b.80 x 10 1b.80 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

Ti: 50 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.63 x 5 2b.63 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.100 x 5 2b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 1b.63 x 10 1b.80 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

Ti: 60 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.63 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 4b.80 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

NT06 NT06 NT08 or NT10 or NT12 or NT16 or NT16 or

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW16 NW20 NW20 NW25 NW25 NW32 NW32 NW32 NW40 NW40 NW50 NW50 NW63 NW63

Example
Conditions: c drawout version c vertical connections c Ti: 40 C c service current: 1100 A. Solution : For Ti = 40 C use an NT12 or NW12 which can be connected with two 63 x 5 mm bars or with one 63 x 10 mm bar.

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Temperature derating

Temperature derating
The table below indicates the maximum current rating, for each connection type, as a function of the ambient temperature around the circuit breaker and the busbars. Circuit breakers with mixed connections have the same derating as horizontally connected breakers. For ambient temperatures greater than 60 C, consult us. Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection
version connection temp. Ti NT06 H1/L1 NT08 H1/L1 NT10 H1/L1 NT12 H1 NT16 H1 NW08 N/H/L NW10 N/H/L NW12 N/H/L NW16 N/H/L NW20 H1/H2/H3 NW20 L1 NW25 H1/H2/H3 NW32 H1/H2/H3 NW40 H1/H2/H3 NW40b H1/H2 NW50 H1/H2 NW63 H1/H2 drawout front or rear horizontal 40 630 800 1000 1250 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2000 2500 3200 4000 4000 5000 45 50 55 60 rear vertical 40 45 50 55 60 fixed front or rear horizontal 40 45 50 55 60 630 800 1000 1250 1560 1510 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 3850 4000 4000 5000 6200 rear vertical 40 45 50 55 60 630 800 1000 1250 1550 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 1920 2000 2500 3200 3900 3800 4000 4000 5000 6300

630 800 1000 1250 1520 1480 1430 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2000 2500 3200 4000 4000 5000 6300

1980 1890 1900 1850 1800 3100 3000 2900 3900 3750 3650

Power dissipation and input / output resistance


Total power dissipation is the value measured at IN, 50/60 Hz, for a 3 pole or 4 pole breaker (values above the power P = 3RI2). The resistance between input / output is the value measured per pole (cold state).
version NT06 H1/L1 NT08 H1/L1 NT10 H1/L1 NT12 H1 NT16 H1 NW08 N1 NW08 H/L NW10 N1 NW10 H/L NW12 N1 NW12 H/L NW16 N1 NW16 H/L NW20 H/L NW25 H1/H2/H3 NW32 H1/H2/H3 NW40 H1/H2/H3 NW40b H1/H2 NW50 H1/H2 NW63 H1/H2 drawout power dissipation (Watts) 55/115 (H1/L1) 90/140 (H1/L1) 150/230 (H1/L1) 250 460 137 100 220 150 330 230 480 390 470 600 670 900 550 590 950 input/output resistance (ohm) 38/72 38/72 38/72 36 36 42 30 42 30 42 27 37 27 27 19 13 11 7 7 7 fixed power dissipation (Watts) 30/45 50/80 80/110 130 220 62 42 100 70 150 100 220 170 250 260 420 650 390 420 660 input/ouput resistance (ohm) 26/39 26/39 26/39 26 26 19 13 19 13 19 13 19 13 13 8 8 8 5 5 5

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Derating in switchboard

Factors affecting switchboard design


The temperature around the circuit breaker and its connections: This is used to define the type of circuit breaker to be used and its connection arrangement. Vents at the top and bottom of the cubicles: Vents considerably reduce the temperature inside the switchboard, but must be designed so as to respect the degree of protection provided by the enclosure. For weatherproof heavy-duty cubicles, a forced ventilation system may be required. The heat dissipated by the devices installed in the switchboard: This is the heat dissipated by the circuit breakers under normal conditions (service current). The size of the enclosure: This determines the volume for cooling calculations. Switchboard installation mode: Free-standing, against a wall, etc. Horizontal partitions: Partitions can obstruct air circulation within the enclosure.

Basis of tables
c switchboard dimensions c number of circuit-breakers installed c type of breaker connections c drawout versions c ambient temperature outside of the switchboard: Ta (IEC 60439-1).

Masterpact NT06-16 H1/L1 (switchboard 2000 x 400 x 400 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 4 3 2 1 Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) 4 Ventilated switchboard ( IP31) 3 Ta = 35C 2 1 4 3 Ta = 45C 2000 2 1 4 3 Ta = 55C 2 1
400 400

NT06 H1/L1

NT08 H1/L1

NT10 H1/L1

NT12 H1

NT16 H1

2b. 40x5

2b. 50x5

3b. 63x5 2b. 63x5 H1/L1 H1/L1 1000/1000 1000/1000

3b. 63x5 3b. 50x5 1250 1250

3b. 80x5 3b. 63x5 1400 1520

630

630

800

800

E47710A

630

630

800

800

1000/950 1000/1000

1250

1250

1330

1440

630

630

800

800

1000/890 1000/960

1200

1250

1250

1340

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54)


E47709A

2000

400 400

4 3 2 Ta = 35C 1 4 3 Ta = 45C 2 1 4 3 Ta = 55C 2 1

630

630

800

800

1000/960 1000/1000

1250

1250

1330

1400

630

630

800

800

1000/910 1000/980

1220

1250

1260

1330

630

630

800

800

1000/860 1000/930

1150

1230

1200

1260

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Installation recommendations

Derating in switchboards

Masterpact NT06-08 H1/L1 (switchboard 2300 x 1100 x 500 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 5 4 3 2 1

NT06 H1/L1

NT08 H1/L1

Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) Ventilated switchboard ( IP31)


E47712B

2b. 40x5 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630 630

2b. 50x5 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800

Ta = 35C

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

2300

Ta = 45C

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

200 300 500 600

Ta = 55C

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54) Ta = 35C

E47711B

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

2300

Ta = 45C

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

200 300 500 600

Ta = 55C

630

630

630 630

630 630 630

800

800

800 800

800 800 800

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Masterpact NT10-16 H1/L1 (switchboard 2300 x 1100 x 500 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 5 4 3 2 1

NT10 H1/L1

NT12 H1

NT16 H1

Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) Ventilated switchboard ( IP31)


E47712B

3b. 63x5 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 5 4 3 2 5 4 3 2 H1/L1 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 H1/L1 2b. 63x5 H1/L1 H1/L1

3b. 63x5 3b. 50x5 1250 1250 1250

3b. 80x5 3b. 63x5

Ta = 35C

1250

1250

1250 1250

1460

1600

1500 1550

2300

Ta = 45C

1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/960 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250 1250 1250

1400

1500

1420 1480

200 300 500 600

Ta = 55C

1000/920 1000/950 1000/930 1000/900 1000/1000 1000/970 1000/950

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250 1250 1250

1300

1400

1330 1370

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54)


E47711B

Ta = 35C

1000/950 1000/1000 1000/960 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/1000 1000/970 1000/900 1000/950 1000/910 1000/950 1000/1000 1000/960 1000/930 1000/850 1000/900 1000/860 1000/880 1000/970 1000/910 1000/870

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250 1250 1250 1180 1190 1220 1120 1130 1150

1400

1500

1370 1400

2300

Ta = 45C

1250

1250

1250 1250

1350

1430

1300 1320

Ta = 55C
200 300 500 600

1210

1250

1200 1210

1250

1350

1210 1250

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Installation recommendations

Derating in switchboards

Masterpact NW08-10 N/H/L (switchboard 2300 x 800x 900 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 4 3 2 1 Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) Ventilated switchboard ( IP31)
E47714A

NW08 N/H/L

NW10 N/H/L

2b. 50x5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800

3b. 63x5 2b. 63x5

Ta = 35C

800

800

800 800

800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

2300

Ta = 45C

800

800

800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

Ta = 55C
900 800

800

800

800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54)


E47713A

Ta = 35C

800

800

800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

2300

Ta = 45C

800

800

800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

Ta = 55C
900 800

800

800

800 800

1000

1000

1000 1000

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data arnd theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Masterpact NW12-16 N/H/L (switchboard 2300 x 800 x 900 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 4 3 2 1 Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) Ventilated switchboard ( IP31)
E47714A

NW12 N1

NW12 H/L

NW16 N1

NW16 H/L

3b. 63x5 3b. 50x5 Ta = 35C 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1240 1250 1250 1170 1210 1250 1100 1170 1200

3b. 63x5 3b. 50x5 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250

3b. 80x5 3b. 63x5

3b. 80x5 3b. 63x5

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250

1250 1250 1250

1550

1600

1600 1600

1600

1600

1600 1600

2300

Ta = 45C

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250

1250 1250 1250

1470

1600

1500 1600

1600

1600

1600 1600

Ta = 55C
900 800

1200

1250

1250 1250

1250

1250 1250 1250

1380

1500

1380 1500

1520

1600

1470 1600

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54)


E47713A

Ta = 35C

1250

1250

1250 1250

1250

1250 1250 1250

1440

1550

1425 1550

1600

1600

1600 1600

2300

Ta = 45C

1200

1250

1210 1250

1250

1250 1250 1250

1360

1470

1360 1470

1500

1600

1500 1600

Ta = 55C
900 800

1130

1200

1140 1200

1250

1250 1250 1250

1280

1380

1280 1380

1400

1520

1400 1520

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Installation recommendations

Derating in switchboards

Masterpact NW20-40 N/H/L (switchboard 2300 x 800 x 900 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 4 3 2 1 Connection type Busbar dimensions (mm) Ventilated switchboard ( IP31)
E47714A

NW20 H1/H2/H3

NW20 L1

NW25 H1/2/3

NW32 H1/2/3

NW40 H1/2/3

3b. 100x5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

3b. 100x5

4b. 100x5

3b. 100x10

4b. 100x10

Ta = 35C

2000

2000

2000 2000

2000

2000

1830 2000

2375

2500

3040

3200

3320

3700

2300

Ta = 45C

2000

2000

2000 2000

1810

1960

1750 1920

2250

2380

2880

3100

3160

3500

Ta = 55C
900 800

2000

2000

1880 2000

1700

1850

1640 1800

2100

2250

2690

2900

2960

3280

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54)


E47713A

Ta = 35C

2000

2000

2000 2000

1800

1900

1750 1890

2125

2275

2650

2850

3040

3320

2300

Ta = 45C

1900

1960

1900 1960

1680

1810

1660 1800

2000

2150

2550

2700

2880

3120

Ta = 55C
900 800

1800

1920

1780 1920

1590

1700

1550 1700

1900

2020

2370

2530

2720

2960

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Masterpact NW40b-63 H1/H2 (switchboard 2300 x 1400 x 1500 mm)


Type
Switchboard composition 4 3 2 1 Connection type Busbar dimensions Ventilated switchboard ( IP31) Ta = 35C
E47716B

NW40b H1/H2

NW50 H1/H2

NW63 H1/H2

5b. 100x10 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

7b. 100x10

8b. 100x10

4000

4000

4700

5000

6050

Ta = 45C
2300

4000

4000

4450

4850

5670

Ta = 55C

4000

4000

4200

4600

5350

1500 1400

Non ventilated switchboard ( IP54) Ta = 35C


E47715B

Ta = 45C
2300

Ta = 55C
1500 1400

4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

4000

4000

4350

4650

5290

4000

4000

4100

4400

5040

3840

3840

3850

4150

4730

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Installation recommendations

Substitution kit Fixed / drawout devices 800 to 3200 A


It is possible to replace a Masterpact (M08 to M32) with a new Masterpact (NW08 to NW32) with the same power rating. Substitution is possible for the following types of circuit breakers: c N1, H1, H2 for both fixed and drawout versions c L1 for drawout versions up to 2000 A.

Mounting diagram
Fixed version Drawout version

Y
E59218B

Y
E59219A

29,5 X 25 14

2 11,5 x 22

14 11,5

4 6,5

9,5 211 X 6

124 162 150

10

110 175 10,5 2 11 X 6

11 200 (3P) 315 (4P)

11

200

167,5 (3P) 282,5 (4P) 267,5 (4P)

162,5

: Masterpact NW : Masterpact M

Fixing points are identical for Masterpact (M08 to M32) and Masterpact (NW08 to NW32), except for the four-pole craddle.

Door cut-out
c without an escutcheon, the cut-out is identical (270 x 325 mm). c with the former escutcheon, the cut-out is identical (270 x 325 mm). c with the new escutcheon, the cut-out is different. Drawout version
E59221A

Fixed version

E59220A

295 mini (3P) 410 mini (4P)

300 mini (3P) 415 mini (4P)

300 mini

295 mini

270 (1) 316 (2) 135 (1) 158 (2)

270 (1) 379 (2)

X 135 (1)

222 (2) 153,3 (1)

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

47 (1)

Power connections
Select a set of retrofit connectors to replace the standard connectors and avoid any modifications to the busbars (see the retrofit section in "orders and quotations")

Note: (1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon References X and Y represent the symmetry planes for three-pole devices

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E59217A

M08 to M32

NW08 to NW32

Electrical diagrams
Correspondences between Masterpact NW and Masterpact M terminal blocks Power
E59222A

Control unit
ALR, V, MR6, R options equivalent functions using M2C or M6C

Remote operation
ready to close charged 262 B3

power
N L1 L2 L3

fault

fault

AT BPO
C12

BPF

252

Z12

Z22

Z21

Z21

Z11

254

C2

D4

82

84

C12

A4

252

474

484

182

184

VN

Q1

Q2

Q3

254

C2

C3

A2

V1

V2

V3

K2

D2

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

82

84

A3

Q I Micrologic U
M2C or M6C or S1 S2 SDE2 Res or SDE1 MN MX2 MX1 XF PF

MCH

CH

F2+

C11

471

181

251

D1

C1

K1

81

M1

M2

M3

F1

D1

A1

C11

251

C1

SG1

SG2

X1

(1)

X2

24 V DC

Indication contacts
E59223A

F2+

F1

Craddle contacts

open

closed

closed

not connected or connected and open

connected and closed

disconnected

connected

Test

362

364

352

354

334

332

324

322

314

312

372

..2

..4

832

834

822

824

812

814

332

334

322

324

312

314

934

924

932

922

914

..2

..4

..6

..8

44

34

24

14

EF . . OF4 OF3 OF2 OF1 OF . . OF CD3 or CD2 CD1 CE3 CE2 CE1 CT3 CT2 CT1

CE

831

821

331

321

811

311

41

31

21

931

..1

..5

361

351

331

321

311

41

31

21

921

Identical to Masterpact M New or additional functions

..1

Different than Masterpact M

(1) The current transformer for the external neutral must be replaced

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Masterpact

371

11

911

11

912

42

32

22

12

374

42

32

22

44

34

24

12

14

A1

Schneider Electric

B1

81

B1

T1

T2

T3

T4

B2

B4

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Masterpact

Additional characteristics

Presentation Functions and characteristics Dimensions and connection Electrical diagrams Installation recommendations

1 9 53 81 91

Tripping curves Limitation curves


References

116 118
121

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Additional characteristics

Tripping curves

Micrologic 2.0
E46350

10 000 5 000 2 000 1 000 500 200 100 50 20 10 5

Ir = 0,41 x In

tr = 0,5...24 s

t(s) 2 1 .5 .2 .1 .05 .02 .01 .005 .002 .001 .5 .7 1


Isd = 1,510 x Ir

3 4 5 7 10 I / Ir

20 30

50 70 100

200 300

Micrologic 5.0, 6.0, 7.0


E46276

10 000 5 000 2 000 1 000 500 200 100 50 20 10 5 t(s) 2 1 .5 .2 .1 .05 .02 .01 .005 .002 .001 .5 .7 1
0,4 0,3
0,2

Ir = 0,41 x In

tr = 0,524 s

Isd = 1,510 x Ir I2t ON


0,4 0,3
0,2

0,1 0

I2t OFF

0,1 0

Ii = 215 x In . OFF

3 4 5 7 10 x Ir

20

7 10 x In

20 30

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Earth-fault protection (Micrologic 6.0)


10 000 5 000 2 000 1 000 500 200 100 50 20 10 5 t(s) 2 1 .5 .2 .1 .05 .02 .01 .005 .002 .001 .05.07 .1
I2 t
0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0
E46266

Ig = AJ x In (1) 1200 A max.

I2t ON

OFF

.2 .3 .4 .5 .7 1 I / In

7 10

200 300

(1)

Ig = In x
Ig < 400 A 400 A i Ig i 1200 A Ig > 1200 A

A
0,3 0,2 500

B
0,3 0,3 640

C
0,4 0,4 720

D
0,5 0,5 800

E
0,6 0,6 880

F
0,7 0,7 960

0,8 0,9 1 0,8 0,9 1 1040 1120 1200

IDMTL curve (Micrologic P and H)


E47587

100 000

HVF

10 000 5 000 2 000 1 000 500 t(s) 200 100 50 20 10


DT SIT VIT EIT

5 2 1 .5 .5 .7 1 2 I / Ir 3 4 5 7 10 20

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Additional characteristics

Limitation curves Current limiting

Voltage 380/415 V AC
E47519

300

Masterpact NW H3

200 Masterpact NW L1 100 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Masterpact NT L1

20

30

40

60

100

200

kA rms

Voltage 660/690 V AC
E47520

300

200

Masterpact NW H3 Masterpact NW L1

100 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10

Masterpact NT L1

20

30

40

60

100

200

kA rms

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Energy limiting

Voltage 380/415 V AC
E47521

10

5 3 2 10
8

Masterpact NW H3

5 As
2

Masterpact NW L1

3 2 10
7

Masterpact NT L1 5 3 2 10
6

10

20

30

40

60

100

150 200

300

kA rms

Voltage 660/690 V AC
E47522

10

5 3 2 10
8

Masterpact NW H3

Masterpact NW L1 5 As
2

3 2 10
7

5 3 2 10
6

Masterpact NT L1

10

20

30

40

60

100

150 200

300

kA rms

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References

Presentation Functions and characteristics Dimensions and connection Electrical diagrams Installation recommendations Additional characteristics

1 9 53 81 91 121

Accessories for communication Bus Order form NT06 to NT16 fixed circuit breakers
Circuit breaker selection Indication contacts Remote operation

122 123
124 126 127

NT06 to NT16 drawout circuit breakers


Circuit breaker selection Chassis locking and accessories Indication contacts Remote operation

128
128 130 131 132

Accessories for NT06 to NT16 fixed and drawout circuit breakers NT06 to NT16 fixed switch-disconnectors
Circuit breaker selection

133

136 138 140 142 143 144 146 148 149

NT06 to NT16 drawout switch-disconnectors


Circuit breaker selection

NW08 to NW63 fixed circuit breakers


Circuit breaker selection Indication contacts Remote operation

NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers


Circuit breaker selection Chassis locking and accessories Indication contacts Remote operation

Accessories for NW08 to NW63 fixed and drawout circuit breakers NW08 to NW63 fixed switch-disconnectors
Circuit breaker selection

150

152 154

NW08 to NW63 drawout switch-disconnectors


Circuit breaker selection

Retrofit solutions
Connection for fixed devices Connection for drawout devices

156
156 157

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Orders and quotations

Accessories for communication Bus

Digipact display module


DMB300 display module
50894
E67954

DMC300 display module


50895
E67955

Spare parts
Memory card DMC300PCM 50959

Digipact Bus pre-wired system


Data concentrator DC150
Auxiliary supply voltage
E79014

110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz and 115-125 V DC

50823

Junction block
Junction block for internal Bus
E67956

50778

Cables
Cable for internal bus
E67957

20-meter roll (0.75 mm2) 100-meter roll (0.75 mm2)

50779 50780

Modbus pre-wired system


Connection block
CJB306 6 connections RS485 block + power
E67958

50963

CSD309 RS485 9 pins SubD connector


E67959

50964

Cables
CDM303 display module cable (L: 3 m)
E67960

50960

E79015

CCP303 RS485 Modbus cable + power (L: 3 m) (Micrologic) CCS303 RS485 Modbus cable (L: 3 m) (Modbus slave)

50961 50962

CCR301 power + RS485 roll cable (L: 60 m) (Bus Modbus)


E67961

50965

Converter
RS485/RS232 (ACE909) 12 V DC power supply included RS485/RS232 RS485/Ethernet RS485/Ethernet (SMS compatible) (1) see catalogue Telemecanique. (2) see catalogue Square D. 50786 TSX SCA72 174 CEV 300-10 3050 EGW2 (1) (1) (2)

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Order form Masterpact NT and NW

To indicate your choices, check the applicable square boxes and enter the appropriate information in the rectangles

Locking
VBP - ON/OFF pushbutton locking OFF position locking VCPO - by padlocks VSPO - by keylocks Locking kit without keylocks 1 lock

Basic device

Quantity

Profalux

Ronis

Masterpact type NT, NW Frame size 06 to 63 Sensor rating A Circuit breaker N1, H1, H2, H3, L1 Switch-disconnector NA, HA, HF Number of poles 3 or 4 Option : Neutral on right side Type of device Fixed Drawout with chassis Chassis alone Drawout without chassis

1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile

VSPD - chassis locking in ''disconnected'' position

2 locks (different key profiles) for NW Locking kit Profalux Ronis without keylocks 1 lock 1 lo ck + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Optional connected - disconnected - test position locking Latch on right-hand side of chassis Latch on left-hand side of chassis

VPEC - door interlock

Micrologic control unit


A - ammeter 2.0 A P - power meter H - harmonic meter 5.0 H 6.0 H 7.0 H TCE - external sensor (CT) for neutral + earth-fault protection TCE - external sensor (CT) for double neutral protection (Micrologic P and H with 3-poles) TCW - external sensor for SGR protection Rectangular sensor 280 x 115 for earth-leakage 470 x 160 protection LT - long-time rating plug (standard setting 0.4 to 1 x Ir) Low setting option 0.4 to 0.8 Ir High setting option 0.8 to 1 Ir LT OFF option PTE - external voltage measurement input AD - external power-supply module BAT - battery module 5.0 A 5.0 P 6.0 A 6.0 P 7.0 A 7.0 P

VPOC - racking interlock IPA - cable-type door interlock IBPO - racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton for NW DAE - automatic spring discharge before breaker removal for NW VDC - mismatch protection

Indication contacts
OF - ON/OFF indication contacts Standard 4 OF 6 A - 240 V AC (10 A - 240 V AC and low-level for NW) Max. 4 qty Alternate 1 OF low-level for NT (replaces a standard contact) Additional 1 block of 4 OF for NW EF - combined ''connected/closed'' contacts 1 EF 5 A - 240 V AC for NW 1 EF low-level for NW SDE - ''fault-trip'' indication contacts 1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC Standard Additional 1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC 1 SDE low-level Programmable contacts 2 M2C contacts 6 M6C contacts Carriage switches low-level 6 A - 240 V AC CE - ''connected'' position Maxi. 3 for NT and NW Maxi. 2 for NT and 3 for NW CD - ''disconnected'' position Maxi. 1 for NT and 3 for NW CT - ''test'' position AC - actuator for additional carriage switches Max. 2 Max. 8 Max. 8 qty qty qty

Communication
COM Eco COM Digipact Modbus Modbus

qty qty qty qty

Connection
Horizontal Top Vertical Top Front Top Bare-cable connectors 4 x 240 mm2 + connector shield Vertical-connection adapters Cable-lug adapters Interphase barriers Spreaders Disconnectable front-connection adapter Bottom Bottom Bottom NT-FC fixed NT-FC, fixed, draw. NT-FC, fixed, draw. NT, NW-fixed, draw. NT-fixed, drawout NW-fixed

Remote operation
Remote ON/OFF MCH - gear motor XF - closing voltage release MX - opening voltage release PF - ''ready to close'' contact V V V

Remote tripping

VO - safety shutters on chassis NT, NW VIVC - shutter position indication NW and locking

low-level 6 A - 240 V AC BPFE - electrical closing pushbutton Res - electrical reset option RAR - automatic reset option MN - undervoltage release V R - delay unit (non-adjustable) Rr - adjustable delay unit 2nd MX - shunt release V

Key for Micrologic control units: 2.0 : basic protection (long-time + inst.) 5.0 : selective protection (long-time + short-time + inst.) 6.0 : selective + earth-fault protection (long-time + short-time + inst. + earth-fault) 7.0 : selective + earth-leakage protection (long-time + short-time + inst. + earth-leakage)

Accessories
CDM - mechanical operation counter CB - auxiliary terminal shield for chassis CDP - escutcheon CP - transparent cover OP - blanking plate Brackets for mounting on backplates

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 fixed circuit breakers Circuit breaker selection


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A Masterpact fixed circuit breaker is described by 4 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic circuit breaker b a control unit b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories many also be added.

Basic circuit breaker


Type H1
In (A at 40C) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 3P 4P Icu (kA for U = 220/415 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 42 47110 47115 42 47120 47125 42 47130 47135 42 47140 47145 42 47150 47155 3P 4P Icu (kA for U = 220/415 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 150 47112 47117 150 47122 47127 150 47132 47137 (*)

NT06 NT08 NT10 NT12 NT16

Type L1
In (A at 40C) 630 800 1000

E46423

NT06 NT08 NT10

Option
Neutral on the right

Micrologic control unit


"ammeter" A
Micrologic 2.0 A Micrologic 5.0 A Micrologic 6.0 A Micrologic 7.0 A basic protection selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection 3P/4P 47282 47285 47286 47287 3P/4P 47289 47290 47291 3P/4P 47293 47294 47295 47405 47406 47409

"power meter" P
Micrologic 5.0 P Micrologic 6.0 P Micrologic 7.0 P selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

"harmonic meter" H
Micrologic 5.0 H Micrologic 6.0 H Micrologic 7.0 H Modbus COM Modbus COM eco Digipact COM (*) consult us selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

Communication option

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for xed devices: see page 126 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 133 Switch-disconnector version: see page 136 Source changeover assembly: see page 133

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Front connection
3P
E47757

4P
47330 47331

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

47328 47329

Front connection accessories


Bare-cable connectors + 1 connector shield for 4 x 240 mm2 cables 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) 47333 47334

E46887

E46426

Vertical connection adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) Cable lug adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts)

33642 33643

E46427

33644 33645

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)


E79060

33648

Arc chute screen


E74437

3P 4P

47335 47336

Rear connection
Vertical connection 3P
E46429

4P
33614 33615

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33604 33605

Horizontal connection 3P
E46430

4P
33616 33617

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33606 33607

Rear connection accessories


E79060

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts

33648

Common accessories for front and rear connections


Spreaders
630/1600 A
E46431

3P 4P For front and horizontal rear connection

33622 33623

Cable lug kits


240 mm2
E47820

300 mm2

3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit) 3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit)

33013 33014 33015 33016

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 fixed circuit breakers (cont.) Indication contacts

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


E46463

Changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V) 1 low-level OF to replace 1 standard OF (4 max.)

4 (standard) 47339

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional low-level SDE 1 (standard) 47340 47341
E47758

Programmable contacts (*) (programmed via Micrologic control unit)


2 contacts (M2C) (5 A - 240 V) 6 changeover contacts (M6C) (5 A - 240 V) (*) for Micrologic control units P and H only.
E46434

47403 47404

M2C
E46435

M6C

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Remote operation

Remote ON/OFF
Gear motor
E46436

AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V 100-130 V 200-240 V 277-415 V 440-480 V 24-30 V 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V

MCH 47391 47395 47396 47398 47400 47390 47391 47392 47393 Closing release XF 47349 47350 47351 47352 47353 47354 47355 XF com 47310 47311 47312 47313 47314 47315 47316 PF 47342 47343 Opening release MX 47359 47360 47361 47362 47363 47364 47365 MX com 47320 47321 47322 47323 47324 47325 47326

Instantaneous voltage releases


Standard AC 50/60 Hz DC
E46437

12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC

Communicating AC 50/60 Hz DC

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 low-level changeover contact
E46438

Electrical closing pushbutton


E46439

1 pushbutton

BPFE 47512

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC Automatic reset Adaptation Res 47344 47345 RAR 47346
E46660

(*)

Remote tripping
Instantaneous voltage release
AC 50/60 Hz DC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 2nd MX 47369 47370 47371 47372 47373 47374 47375 or MN 47380 47381 47382 47383 47385 Rr (adjustable) 33680 33681 33682 33683
E46437

MN delay unit
R (non-adjustable) AC 50/60 Hz DC 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V 380-480 V
E46694

33684 33685

(*) no charge.

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 drawout circuit breakers Circuit breaker selection


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A Masterpact drawout circuit breaker is described by 5 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic circuit breaker b a control unit b a chassis b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories many also be added.

Basic circuit breaker


Type H1
3P 4P In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/415 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 630 42 47200 47205 800 42 47210 47215 1000 42 47220 47225 1250 42 47230 47235 1600 42 47240 47245 3P 4P In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/415 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 630 150 47202 47207 800 150 47212 47217 1000 150 47222 47227 (*)

NT06 NT08 NT10 NT12 NT16

Type L1

NT06 NT08 NT10


E46441

Option
Neutral on the right

Micrologic control unit


"ammeter" A
Micrologic 2.0 A Micrologic 5.0 A Micrologic 6.0 A Micrologic 7.0 A basic protection selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection 3P/4P 33525 33532 33533 33534 3P/4P 47297 47298 47299 3P/4P 47301 47302 47303

"power meter" P
Micrologic 5.0 P Micrologic 6.0 P Micrologic 7.0 P selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

"harmonic meter" H
Micrologic 5.0 H Micrologic 6.0 H Micrologic 7.0 H selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

Chassis
For type H1
630/1250 A 1600 A 3P 33722 33723 3P 33723 Chassis 33852 33855 + 4P 33725 33726 4P 33726 Circuit breaker 47485 33843 47489

For type L1
630/1000 A

Communication option
Modbus COM Modbus eco COM Digipact COM (*) consult us

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for drawout devices: see page 130 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 133 Switch-disconnector version: see page 136 Source changeover assembly: see page 133

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Chassis front connection


3P
E46440

4P
33733 33734

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33727 33728

Front connection accessories


Vertical connection adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) Cable lug adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) 33642 33643

E46426

E46427

33644 33645

Chassis rear connection


Vertical connection 3P
E46429

4P
33735 33736

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33729 33730

Horizontal connection 3P
E46430

4P
33737 33738

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33731 33732

Rear connection accessories


E46428

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)

33768

Common accessories for front and rear connection


Spreaders
630/1600 A
E46431

3P 4P For front and horizontal rear connection.

33622 33623

Cable lug kits


240 mm2
E47820

300 mm2

3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit) 3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit)

33013 33014 33015 33016

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Chassis locking and accessories

Chassis locking
"Disconnected" position locking
By padlocks
E46685

Standard By keylocks Profalux 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Ronis 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Optional disconnected/test/connected position locking Locking kit without locks for Profalux Ronis Castell Kirk 33773 33774 33775 33776 33777 33778 33779 33769 33770 33771 33772 33786 33787

(*)

Door interlock (1 part)


E46464

Right-hand side of chassis (VPECD) Left-hand side of chassis (VPECG)

Racking interlock
Racking interlock (VPOC)
E46465

33788

Breaker mismatch protection


Breaker mismatch protection (VDC)
E47765

33767

Chassis accessories
Arc chute cover
3P/4P
E46700

Standard

Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)


Terminal shield
E46698

3P 4P

33763 33764

Safety shutters
Safety shutters (VO)
E46699

3P 4P

33765 33766

(*) no charge.

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Indication contacts

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


Changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V)
E46467

4 (standard) 33806

1 low-level OF to replace 1 standard OF (4 max.)

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V)
E47759

1 (standard) 47430 47431

1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional low-level SDE

Programmable contacts (*) (programmed via Micrologic control unit)


2 contacts M2C (5 A - 240 V) 6 changeover contacts M6C (5 A - 240 V) (*) for Micrologic control units P and H only.
E46686

47483 47484

M2C
E46687

M6C

Carriage switches (connected / disconnected / test position)


Changeover contacts (6A - 240 V) 1 connected position contact (3 max.) 1 test position contact (1 max.) 1 disconnected position contact (2 max.) And/or low-level changeover contacts 1 connected position contact (3 max.) 1 test position contact (1 max.) 1 disconnected position contact (2 max.) 3 wire terminal (30 parts) 6 wire terminal (10 parts) Jumpers (10 parts) 33751 33752 33753 33754 33755 33756 47071 47072 47900
E46661

Auxiliary terminals for chassis alone

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NT06 to NT16 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Remote operation

Remote ON/OFF
Gear motor
E46662

AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V 100-130 V 200-240 V 277-415 V 440-480 V 24-30 V 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V

MCH 47461 47465 47466 47468 47470 47460 47461 47462 47463 Closing release XF 47439 47440 47441 47442 47443 47444 47445 XF com 47411 47412 47413 47414 47415 47416 47417 PF 47432 47433 Opening release MX 33809 33810 33811 33812 33813 33814 33815 MX com 33791 33792 33793 33794 33795 33796 33797

Instantaneous voltage release


Standard AC 50/60 Hz DC

12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC

Communicating AC 50/60 Hz DC

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 low-level changeover contact
E46664

Electrical closing pushbutton


E46439

1 pushbutton

BPFE 47512

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC Automatic reset Adaptation Res 47434 47435 RAR 47346
E46660

(*)

Remote tripping
Instantaneous voltage release
AC 50/60 Hz DC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 2nd MX 47449 47450 47451 47452 47453 47454 47455 or MN 33819 33820 33821 33822 33824 Rr (adjustable) 33680 33681 33682 33683
E46663

MN delay unit
R (non-adjustable) AC 50/60 Hz DC 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V 380-480 V
E46694

33684 33685

(*) no charge.

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Circuit breaker locking


Pushbutton locking device
By padlocks
E46666

33897

OFF position locking


By padlocks + BPFE support
E46666

47514 By keylocks + BPFE support Profalux 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile Ronis 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile Locking kit without locks for Profalux Ronis Kirk Castell 47519 47520 47521 47522 47515 47516 47517 47518

Other circuit breaker accessories


Mechanical operation counter
operation counter CDM
E46667

33895

Escutcheon and accessories


Escutcheon Transparent cover (IP 54) Escutcheon blanking plate
E46669 E46668 E46670

Fixed 33718

Drawout 33857 33859 33858

EscutcheonCoverBlanking plate

Mechanical interlocking for source changeover


Interlocking using connecting rods
Complete assembly with 2 adaptation fixtures + rods 2 Masterpact NT fixed devices 2 Masterpact NT drawout devices 33912 33913
E47760

Interlocking using cables (*)


Choose 2 adaptation fixtures (1 for each breaker) + 1 set of cables 1 adaptation fixture for Masterpact NT fixed devices 1 adaptation fixture for Masterpact NT drawout devices 1 set of 2 cables (*) Can be used with any combination of NT or NW, fixed or drawout devices. 33200 33201 33209

Cable-type door interlock


E70742

1 complete assembly for Masterpact NT fixed devices 1 complete assembly for Masterpact NT drawout devices

33920 33921

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Accessories for NT06 to NT16 fixed or drawout circuit breakers


(cont.)

Accessories for Micrologic control units


External sensors
External sensor for earth-leakage protection (TCE) Sensor rating 400/1600 A (for Micrologic P and H with 3P devices)
E46671

33576

Rectangular sensor for earth-leakage protection 280 mm x 115 mm


E46672

33577

Source ground return (SGR) earth fault protection External sensor (SGR)
E46671

33579 48891

MDGF summing module

Voltage measurement input (for breakers supplied via bottom terminals) Voltage measurement input Fixed
E46674

47506 47507

Drawout

Long-time rating plug (limits setting range for higher accuracy)


Standard
E46674

0.4 to 1 x Ir 0.4 to 0.8 x Ir 0.8 to 1 x Ir off

33542 33543 33544 33545 Standard 54440 54441 54442 54443 54444 54445 54446

Low-setting option High-setting option Without long-time protection ZSI

Zone Selective Interlocking option for Micrologic P and H External power supply module
24-30 V DC 48-60 V DC 125 V DC 110 V AC 220 V AC 380 V AC 1 24 V battery
E47787

L4 L3
t Inpu 24VDC Output 24VDC G2

0A AD 22
G1

Battery module

Test equipment
Mini test kit
33594
E59921

Portable test kit


33595
E59554

Special settings
For circuit breaker derating Catalogue number to be added to those describing the circuit breaker rating Rating NT08 NT10 NT12 NT16 400 47053 47053 630 33091 33091 33091 800 33092 33092 33092 1000 33093 33093 1250 33094 Note: for ratings In = 100 or 250 A, please contact us.

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 fixed switch-disconnectors Switch-disconnector selection


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A Masterpact fixed switch-disconnector is described by 3 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic switch-disconnector b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories many also be added.

Basic switch-disconnector
Type HA
In (A at 40C) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 3P Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 60 47159 60 47161 60 47163 60 47165 60 47167 4P 47160 47162 47164 47166 47168 47405 47409

NT06 NT08 NT10 NT12 NT16

Communication option
Modbus COM Digipact COM

E46675

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for xed devices: see page 126 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 133 Source changeover assembly: see page 133

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Front connection
3P
E47757

4P
47330 47331

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

47328 47329

Front connection accessories


Bare-cable connectors + 1 connector shield for 4 x 240 mm2 cables 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) 47333 47334

E46887

E46426

Vertical connection adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) Cable lug adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts)

33642 33643

E46427

33644 33645

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)


E79060

33648

Rear connection
Vertical connection 3P
E46429

4P
33614 33615

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33604 33605

Horizontal connection 3P
E46430

4P
33616 33617

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33606 33607

Rear connection accessories


E79060

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)

33648

Common accessories for front and rear connection


Spreaders
3P 4P For front and horizontal rear connection 630/1600 A
E46431

33622 33623

Cable lug kits


240 mm2
E47820

300 mm2

3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit) 3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit)

33013 33014 33015 33016

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Orders and quotations

NT06 to NT16 drawout switch-disconnectors Switch-disconnector selection


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A Masterpact drawout switch-disconnector is described by 4 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic switch-disconnector b a chassis b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories many also be added.

Basic switch-disconnector
Type HA
In (A at 40C) 630 800 1000 1250 1600 3P Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 60 47248 60 47250 60 47252 60 47254 60 47256 3P 33722 33723 Chassis 33852 33855 + 4P 47249 47251 47253 47255 47257 4P 33725 33726 Switch-disconnector 47485 47489

NT06 NT08 NT10 NT12 NT16

Chassis
630/1250 A 1600 A

E00000

Communication option
COM Modbus COM Digipact

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for drawout devices: see page 130 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 133 Source changeover assembly: see page 133

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Chassis front connection


3P
E46440

4P
33733 33734

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33727 33728

Front connection accessories


Vertical connection adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) Cable lug adapters 630/1600 A 3P (3 parts) 4P (4 parts) 33642 33643

E46426

E46427

33644 33645

Chassis rear connection


Vertical connection 3P
E46429

4P
33735 33736

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33729 33730

Horizontal connection 3P
E46430

4P
33737 33738

630/1600 A

Top Bottom

33731 33732

Rear connection accessories


Interphase barriers
E46428

3P/4P (3 parts)

33768

Common accessories for front and rear connection


Spreaders
630/1600 A
E46431

3P 4P For front and horizontal rear connection

33622 33623

Cable lug kits


240 mm2
E47820

300 mm2

3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit) 3P (6 lug kit) 4P (8 lug kit)

33013 33014 33015 33016

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Masterpact: price list

NW08 to NW63 fixed circuit breakers Circuit breaker selection


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Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

A Masterpact fixed circuit breaker is described by 4 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic circuit breaker b a control unit b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories may also be added.

Basic circuit breaker


Type N1
3P 4P In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 42 48000 48007 1000 42 48014 48021 1250 42 48028 48035 1600 42 48042 48049 3P 4P In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 65 48001 48008 1000 65 48015 48022 1250 65 48029 48036 1600 65 48043 48050 2000 65 48057 48064 2500 65 48070 48076 3200 65 48082 48087 4000 65 48092 48097 4000 100 48106 48109 5000 100 48112 48115 6300 100 48118 48121 3P 4P In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 100 48002 48009 1000 100 48016 48023 1250 100 48030 48037 1600 100 48044 48051 2000 100 48058 48065 2500 100 48071 48077 3200 100 48083 48088 4000 100 48093 48098 4000 150 48107 48110 5000 150 48113 48116 6300 150 48119 48122 (*)

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16

Type H1

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63

E46442

Type H2
Basic circuit breaker y 4000 A
NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63
E46443

Basic circuit breaker u 4000 A

Option
Neutral on the right

Micrologic control unit


"ammeter" A
Micrologic 2.0 A Micrologic 5.0 A Micrologic 6.0 A Micrologic 7.0 A basic protection selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection 3P/4P 47282 47285 47286 47287 3P/4P 47289 47290 47291 3P/4P 47293 47294 47295 48188 47406 48192

"power meter" P
Micrologic 5.0 P Micrologic 6.0 P Micrologic 7.0 P selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

"harmonic meter" H
Micrologic 5.0 H Micrologic 6.0 H Micrologic 7.0 H Modbus COM Modbus COM eco Digipact COM (*) consult us. selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

Communication option

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for xed devices: see page 22 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 30 Switch-disconnector version: see page 32 Source changeover assembly: see page 30 BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/20
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Masterpact: price list

NW08 to NW63 fixed circuit breakers (cont.) Circuit breaker selection (cont.)

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Front connection
E46444

800/1600 A 2000 A 2500/3200 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

3P 48128 48130 48124 48125 48129 48131

4P 48153 48155 48126 48127 48154 48156

Front connection accessories


Disconnectable front connection 1600 A 2000/3200 A 3P 48421 48422 4P 48424 48425
E46889

Rear connection
Vertical connection
E46445

800/2000 A 2500/3200 A 4000 A 4000b/5000 A 6300 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

3P 48133 48138 48134 48139 48135 48140 48136 48141 48137 48142 3P 48143 48148 48144 48149 48145 48150 48146 48151

4P 48158 48163 48159 48164 48160 48165 48161 48166 48162 48167 4P 48168 48173 48169 48174 48170 48175 48171 48176

Horizontal connection
E46446

800/2000 A 2500/3200 A 4000 A 4000b/5000 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

Rear connection accessories


Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)
E46428

48599

Brackets for mounting on a backplate 2 parts


E47788

47829

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BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/21

Masterpact: price list

NW08 to NW63 fixed circuit breakers (cont.) Indication contacts

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


E46432

Block of 4 changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V) 1 additional block of 4 contacts (2 max.)

1 block (standard) 48198

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional low-level SDE 1 (standard) 48200 48201
E46665

Programmable contacts (*) (programmed via Micrologic control unit)


2 contacts M2C (5 A - 240 V) 6 changeover contacts M6C (5 A - 240 V) (*) for Micrologic control units P and H only.
E46434

47403 47404

M2C
E46435

M6C

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/22

Schneider Electric

Masterpact: price list

NW08 to NW63 fixed circuit breakers (cont.) Remote operation

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Remote ON/OFF
Gear motor
E46447

AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V 100-130 V 200-240 V 250-277 V 380-415 V 440-480 V 24-30 V 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V

MCH 48207 48211 48212 48213 48214 48215 48206 48207 48208 48209 Closing release XF 47349 47350 47351 47352 47353 47354 47355 XF com 47310 47311 47312 47313 47314 47315 47316 PF 47342 47343 Opening release MX 47359 47360 47361 47362 47363 47364 47365 MX com 47320 47321 47322 47323 47324 47325 47326

Instantaneous voltage releases


Standard AC 50/60 Hz DC
E46437

12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48/60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC

Communicating AC 50/60 Hz DC

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 low-level changeover contact
E46438

Electrical closing pushbutton


E46677

1 pushbutton

BPFE 48534

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC Automatic reset Adaptation Res 48202 48203 RAR 47346
E46665

(*)

Remote tripping
Instantaneous voltage release
AC 50/60 Hz DC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 2nd MX 47369 47370 47371 47372 47373 47374 47375 or MN 47380 47381 47382 47383 47385
E46437

MN delay unit
R (non-adjustable) AC 50/60 Hz DC 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V 380-480 V
E46694

33684 33685

Rr (adjustable) 33680 33681 33682 33683

(*) no charge.

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/23

Masterpact: price list

NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers Circuit breaker selection


.

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

A Masterpact drawout circuit breaker is described by 5 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic circuit breaker b a control unit b a chassis b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories may also be added.

Basic circuit breaker


3P 4P

Type N1
NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 42 48230 48237 1000 42 48244 48251 1250 42 48258 48265 1600 42 48272 48279 In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 65 48231 48238 1000 65 48245 48252 1250 65 48259 48266 1600 65 48273 48280 2000 65 48287 48294 2500 65 48300 48306 3200 65 48312 48317 4000 65 48322 48327 4000 100 48336 48339 5000 100 48342 48345 6300 100 48348 48351 In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 100 48232 48239 1000 100 48246 48253 1250 100 48260 48267 1600 100 48274 48281 2000 100 48288 48295 2500 100 48301 48307 3200 100 48313 48318 4000 100 48323 48328 4000 150 48337 48340 5000 150 48343 48346 6300 150 48349 48352 In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 2000 150 48289 48296 2500 150 48302 48308 3200 150 48314 48319 4000 150 48324 48329 In (A at 40C) Icu (kA for U = 220/440 V) - Ics = 100% Icu 800 150 48233 48240 1000 150 48247 48254 1250 150 48261 48268 1600 150 48275 48282 2000 150 48290 48297 (*)

Type H1
NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63

E46448

Type H2
NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63

Basic circuit breaker + chassis y 4000 A


E46449

Type H3
NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40

Type L1
Basic circuit breaker + chassis u 4000 A
NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20

Option
Neutral on the right

Micrologic control unit


"ammeter" A
Micrologic 2.0 A Micrologic 5.0 A Micrologic 6.0 A Micrologic 7.0 A basic protection selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection 3P/4P 48358 48360 48361 48362 3P/4P 48363 48364 48365 3P/4P 48366 48367 48368

"power meter" P
Micrologic 5.0 P Micrologic 6.0 P Micrologic 7.0 P selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

"harmonic meter" H
Micrologic 5.0 H Micrologic 6.0 H Micrologic 7.0 H (*) consult us. selective protection selective + earth-fault protection selective + earth-leakage protection

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/24

Schneider Electric

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NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Circuit breaker selection (cont.)
Chassis

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

E70740

3P

4P 48403 48404 48404 48405 48406 48407 48408 48409 48406 48407 48408 48411 48412

For type N1
800/1250 A 1600 A 48391 48392 48392 48393 48394 48395 48396 48397 48394 48395 48396 48399 48400 Chassis Modbus COM Modbus eco COM Digipact COM 33852 33855

For type H1/H2


800/1600 A 2000 A 2500 A 3200 A 4000 A 4000b/6300 A

Chassis y 4000 A

For type H3
2000/2500 A 3200 A 4000 A

For type L1
800/1600 A 2000 A

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for drawout devices: see page 26 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 30 Switch-disconnector version: see page 32 Source changeover assembly: see page 30

Communication option
+
Circuit breaker 48384 48385 48388

Chassis front connection


E46450

800/1600 A 2000 A 2500/3200 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

3P 48415 48418 48413 48414 48416 48419 3P

4P 48441 48444 48417 48420 48442 48445 4P 48158 48163 48159 48164 48160 48165 48161 48166 48162 48167 48168 48173 48169 48174 48170 48175 48171 48176

Chassis rear connection


Vertical connection
800/2000 A 800/1600 A type L1 2500/3200 A 2000 A types H3/L1 4000 A 4000b/5000 A 6300 A Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom 48133 48138 48134 48139 48135 48140 48136 48141 48137 48142 48143 48148 48144 48149 48145 48150 48146 48151
E46445

Horizontal connection
800/2000 A 800/1600 A type L1 2500/3200 A 2000 A types H3/L1 4000 A 4000b/5000 A Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom
E46446

Rear connection accessories


E46428

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)

48600

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/25

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NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Chassis locking and accessories

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Chassis locking
"Disconnected" position locking
By padlocks
E46451

Standard By keylocks Profalux 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Ronis 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Optional disconnected/test/connected position locking Locking kit without locks for Profalux, Ronis Kirk Castell 48568 48569 48570 48572 48573 48574 33779 48564 48565 48566 48579 48580

(*)

Door interlock (1 part)


E46452

Right-hand side of chassis Left-hand side of chassis

Racking interlock
1 part
E46453

48582

Racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton


1 part 48585 48554

Automatic spring discharge before breaker removal


1 part
E46688

Breaker mismatch protection


Breaker mismatch protection VDC
E46456

33767

(*) no charge.

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/26

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NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Chassis locking and accessories (cont.)

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Chassis accessories
Arc chute cover
3P/4P
E46457

Standard

Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)


800/4000 A
E46458

4000b/6300 A

3P 4P 3P 4P

48595 48596 48597 48598

Safety shutters + locking block


800/4000 A
E46459

4000b/6300 A

3P 4P 3P 4P

48587 48589 48588 48590

Shutter locking block (for remplacement)


2 parts for 800/4000 A
E46460

48591

Front face shutter position indication and locking


E46702

800/4000 A 4000b/6300 A

3P/4P 3P 4P

48592 48593 48594

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/27

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NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Indication contacts

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


E46689

Block of 4 changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V) 1 additional block of 4 contacts (2 max.)

1 block (standard) 48468

Combined closed / connected contacts for use with 1 auxiliary contact


E46690

1 contact (5 A - 240 V) (8 max.) or 1 low-level contact (8 max.)

48477 48478

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V) or 1 additional low-level SDE 1 (standard) 48475 48476
E46691

Programmable contacts (*) (programmed via Micrologic control unit)


2 contacts M2C (5 A - 240 V) or 6 contacts M6C (5 A - 240 V) (*) for Micrologic control units P and H only.
E46703

48382 48383

M2C
E46734

M6C

Carriage switches (connected / disconnected / test position)


Changeover contacts (8 A - 240V) 1 connected position contact (3 max.) 1 test position contact (3 max.) 1 disconnected position contact (3 max.) and/or low-level changeover contacts 1 connected position contact (3 max.) 1 test position contact (3 max.) 1 disconnected position contact (3 max.) Actuator for additional carriage switches 3 wire terminal (30 parts) 6 wire terminal (10 parts) Jumpers (10 parts) 33751 33752 33753 33754 33755 33756 48560 47898 47899 47900
E46661

Auxiliary terminals for chassis alone

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/28

Schneider Electric

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NW08 to NW63 drawout circuit breakers (cont.) Remote operation

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Remote ON/OFF
Gear motor
E46692

AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V 100-130 V 200-240 V 250-277 V 380-415 V 440-480 V 24-30 V 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V

MCH 48522 48526 48527 48528 48529 48530 48521 48522 48523 48524 Closing release XF 48480 48481 48482 48483 48484 48485 48486 XF com 48448 48449 48450 48451 48452 48453 48454 PF 48469 48470 Opening release MX 48490 48491 48492 48493 48494 48495 48496 MX com 48457 48458 48459 48460 48461 48462 48463

Instantaneous voltage releases


Standard AC 50/60 Hz DC
E46693

12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC

Communicating AC 50/60 Hz DC

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V) 1 low-level changeover contact
E46695

Electrical closing pushbutton


E46677

1 pushbutton

BPFE 48534

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC Automatic reset Adaptation Res 48472 48473 RAR 47346
E46691

(*)

Remote tripping
Instantaneous voltage release
AC 50/60 Hz DC 12 V DC 24-30 V DC, 24 V AC 48-60 V DC, 48 V AC 100-130 V 200-250 V 277 V AC 380-480 V AC 2nd MX 48510 48511 48512 48513 48514 48515 48516 or MN 48501 48502 48503 48504 48506 Rr (adjustable) 33680 33681 33682 33683
E46693

MN delay unit
R (non-adjustable) AC 50/60 Hz DC 48-60 V 100-130 V 200-250 V 380-480 V
E46694

33684 33685

(*) no charge.

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/29

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Accessories for NW08 to NW63 fixed and drawout circuit breakers

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Circuit breaker locking


Pushbutton locking device
By padlocks
E46666

48536

OFF position locking


By padlocks
E46735

48539 By padlocks and keylocks Profalux 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Profalux, Ronis Kirk Castell 48545 48546 48547 48549 48550 48551 48541 48542 48543

Ronis

Locking kit without locks for

Other circuit breaker accessories


Mechanical operation counter
operation counter CDM
E46667

48535

Escutcheon and accessories


Escutcheon Transparent cover IP 54 Escutcheon blanking plate
E46680 E46679 E46736

Fixed 48601 48605

Drawout 48603 48604 48605

Escutcheon

Cover

Blanking plate

Mechanical interlocking for source changeover


Interlocking of 2 devices using connecting rods
Complete assembly with 2 adaptation fixtures + rods 2 Masterpact NW fixed devices 2 Masterpact NW drawout devices Can be used with 1 NW fixed + 1 NW drawout. 48612 48612
E47762

Interlocking of 2 devices using cables (*)


Choose 2 adaptation fixtures (1 for each device + 1 set of cables) 1 adaptation fixture for Masterpact NW fixed devices 1 adaptation fixture for Masterpact NW drawout devices 1 set of 2 cables (*) Can be used with any combination of NT or NW, fixed or drawout devices. 47926 47926 33209

Interlocking of 3 devices using cables


Choose 3 adaptation fixtures (1 complete set with 3 adaptation fixtures + cables 3 sources, only 1 device closed, fixed or drawout devices 2 sources + 1 coupling, fixed or drawout devices 2 normal + 1 replacement source, fixed or drawout devices 48610 48609 48608 48614

Cable-type door interlock


1 complete assembly for Masterpact NW fixed or drawout device

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/30

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Accessories for NW08 to NW63 fixed and drawout circuit breakers


(cont.)

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Accessories for Micrologic control units


External sensors
External sensor for earth-fault protection (TCE) Sensor rating
E46671

400/2000 A 1000/4000 A 4000/6300 A (for NW40b, NW50, NW63)

34035 34036 48182 33578

E46672

Rectangular sensor for earth-leakage protection 470 mm x 160 mm Source ground return (SGR) earth fault protection External sensor (SGR)

33579 48891

E46671

MDGF summing module

Voltage measurement input (for breakers supplied via bottom terminals) Voltage measurement input Fixed
E46890

47506 48533

Drawout

Long-time rating plug (limits setting range for higher accuracy)


Standard
E46674

0.4 at 1 x Ir 0.4 at 0.8 x Ir 0.8 at 1 x Ir off

33542 33543 33544 33545 Standard 54440 54441 54442 54443 54444 54445 54446

Low-setting option High-setting option Without long-time protection ZSI

Zone Selective Interlocking option for Micrologic P and H External power supply module
24-30 V DC 48-60 V DC 125 V DC 110 V AC 220 V AC 380 V AC 1 24 V battery
E47787

L4 L3
t Inpu 24VDC Output 24VDC G2

0A AD 22
G1

Battery module

Test equipment
Mini test kit
E59921

33594

Portable test kit


33595
E59554

Special settings
For circuit breaker derating Catalogue number to be added to those describing the circuit breaker Rating NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 400 47053 47053 630 33091 33091 33091 800 33092 33092 33092 1000 33093 33093 1250 33094 1600 2000 2500 Rating NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63 2000 33982 47821 2500 33983 47822 47822 3200 33984 47823 47823 47823 4000 47824 47824 5000 47825 Note: for ratings In = 100 or 250 A, please consult us. Schneider Electric NW20 NW25 NW32

33093 33094 33095

33094 33095 33982

33095 33982 33983

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/31

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NW08 to NW63 fixed switch-disconnectors Switch-disconnector selection


.

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

A Masterpact fixed switch-disconnector is described by 3 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic switch-disconnector b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories may also be added.

Basic switch-disconnector
Type NA
3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 88 48004 1000 88 48018 1250 88 48032 1600 88 48046 3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 105 48005 1000 105 48019 1250 105 48033 1600 105 48047 2000 105 48061 2500 135 48074 3200 135 48085 4000 135 48095 4000 187 48108 5000 187 48114 6300 187 48120 3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 187 48006 1000 187 48020 1250 187 48034 1600 187 48048 2000 187 48062 2500 187 48075 3200 187 48086 4000 187 48096 4P 48011 48025 48039 48053 4P 48012 48026 48040 48054 48068 48080 48090 48100 48111 48117 48123 4P 48013 48027 48041 48055 48069 48081 48091 48101 48188 48192

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16

Type HA

Basic switch-disconnector y 4000 A


E46682

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63

E46681

Type HF

Basic switch-disconnector u 4000 A

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40

Communication option
Modbus COM Digipact COM

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for xed devices: see page 22 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 30 Source changeover assembly: see page 30 BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/32
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NW08 to NW63 fixed switch-disconnectors (cont.) Switch-disconnector selection (cont.)

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Front connection
E46444

800/1600 A 2000 A 2500/3200 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

3P 48128 48130 48124 48125 48129 48131

4P 48153 48155 48126 48127 48154 48156

Front connection accessories


Disconnectable front connection 1600 A 2000/3200 A 3P 48421 48422 4P 48424 48425
E46889

Rear connection
Vertical connection
E46445

800/2000 A 2500/3200 A 4000 A 4000b/5000 A 6300 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

3P 48133 48138 48134 48139 48135 48140 48136 48141 48137 48142 3P 48143 48148 48144 48149 48145 48150 48146 48151

4P 48158 48163 48159 48164 48160 48165 48161 48166 48162 48167 4P 48168 48173 48169 48174 48170 48175 48171 48176

Horizontal connection
E46446

800/2000 A 2500/3200 A 4000 A 4000b/5000 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

Rear connection accessories


Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)
E46428

48599

Brackets for mounting on a backplate 2 parts


E47788

47829

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/33

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NW08 to NW63 drawout switch-disconnectors Switch-disconnector selection


.

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

A Masterpact drawout switch-disconnector is described by 4 catalogue numbers corresponding to: b the basic switch-disconnector b a chassis b a top connection b a bottom connection A communication option and various auxiliaries and accessories may also be added.

Basic switch-disconnector
Type NA
3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 88 48234 1000 88 48248 1250 88 48262 1600 88 48276 3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 105 48235 1000 105 48249 1250 105 48263 1600 105 48277 2000 105 48291 2500 135 48304 3200 135 48315 4000 135 48325 4000 187 48338 5000 187 48344 6300 187 48350 3P In (A at 40C) Icm (kA peak for U = 220/690 V) 800 187 48236 1000 187 48250 1250 187 48264 1600 187 48278 2000 187 48292 2500 187 48305 3200 187 48316 4000 187 48326 4P 48241 48255 48269 48283 4P 48242 48256 48270 48284 48298 48310 48320 48330 48341 48347 48353 4P 48243 48257 48271 48285 48299 48311 48321 48331

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16

Type HA

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40 NW40b NW50 NW63

E46683

Type HF

Basic switch-disconnector + chassis y 4000 A


E46684

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW20 NW25 NW32 NW40

Chassis
Type NA
800/1250 A 1600 A 3P 48391 48392 3P 48392 48393 48394 48395 48396 48397 Chassis 33852 33855 + 4P 48403 48404 4P 48404 48405 48406 48407 48408 48409 Switch-disconnector 48384 48388

Basic switch-disconnector + chassis u 4000 A

Type HA/HF
800/1600 A 2000 A 2500 A 3200 A 4000 A 4000b/6300 A

Communication option
Modbus COM Digipact COM

Auxiliaries and accessories: b for drawout devices: see page 26 b for xed or drawout devices: see page 30 Source changeover assembly: see page 30 BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/34
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NW08 to NW63 drawout switch-disconnectors


(cont.)

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Switch-disconnector selection (cont.)


3P 48415 48418 48413 48414 48416 48419 4P 48441 48444 48417 48420 48442 48445

Chassis front connection


E46450

800/1600 A 2000 A 2500/3200 A

Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom

Chassis rear connection


Vertical connection
800/2000 A 800/1600 A type L1 2500/3200 A 2000 A types H3/L1 4000 A 4000b/5000 A 6300 A Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom 3P 48133 48138 48134 48139 48135 48140 48136 48141 48137 48142 3P 48143 48148 48144 48149 48145 48150 48146 48151 4P 48158 48163 48159 48164 48160 48165 48161 48166 48162 48167 4P 48168 48173 48169 48174 48170 48175 48171 48176
E46445

Horizontal connection
800/2000 A 800/1600 A type L1 2500/3200 A 2000 A types H3/L1 4000 A 4000b/5000 A Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom
E46446

Rear connection accessories


E46428

Interphase barriers 3P/4P (3 parts)

48600

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/35

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Retrofit solutions Connection for fixed devices

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

To replace a Masterpact M with a Masterpact NW, order a retrofit device (without connections) and select a set of connectors corresponding to the replaced device. The Masterpact NW is installed in exactly the same place as the old Masterpact M device, without any modifications required on the switchboard.

Horizontal rear connection


Device to be replaced Connection to be ordered

Masterpact M08 to M12


Type N1/NI Top Bottom Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3P 3 x 48951 3 x 48964 3 x 48954 3 x 48965 4P 4 x 48951 4 x 48964 4 x 48954 4 x 48965

Masterpact M16
Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48954 3 x 48965 4 x 48954 4 x 48965

Masterpact M20 and M25


Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48957 3 x 48958 4 x 48957 4 x 48958

Masterpact M32
Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 1 x 48962 1 x 48961 1 x 48960 1 x 48960

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/36

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Retrofit solutions (cont.) Connection for drawout devices

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

To replace a Masterpact M with a Masterpact NW, order a retrofit device (without connections) and select a set of connectors corresponding to the replaced device. The Masterpact NW is installed in exactly the same place as the old Masterpact M device, without any modifications required on the switchboard.

Vertical rear connection


Device to be replaced Connection to be ordered

Masterpact M08 to M12


Type N1/NI Top Bottom Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3P 3 x 48966 3 x 48966 3 x 48969 3 x 48969 4P 4 x 48966 4 x 48966 4 x 48969 4 x 48969

Masterpact M16
Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48969 3 x 48969 4 x 48969 4 x 48969

Masterpact M20 and M25


Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48970 3 x 48970 4 x 48970 4 x 48970

Masterpact M32
Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 1 x 48974 1 x 48974 1 x 48978 1 x 48978

Horizontal rear connection


Device to be replaced Connection to be ordered

Masterpact M08 to M12


Type N1/NI Top Bottom Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3P 3 x 48951 3 x 48964 3 x 48954 3 x 48965 4P 4 x 48951 4 x 48964 4 x 48954 4 x 48965

Masterpact M16
Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48954 3 x 48965 4 x 48954 4 x 48965

Masterpact M20 and M25


Type N1/NI/H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom Type H1/H2/HI/HF Top Bottom 3 x 48957 3 x 48958 4 x 48957 4 x 48958

Masterpact M32 neutral on left-hand side


1 x 48973 1 x 48973 1 x 48976 1 x 48977

Masterpact M32 neutral on right-hand side


1 x 48973 1 x 48973 1 x 48977 1 x 48976

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BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/37

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Communication bus accessories and Display Modules

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

Display modules
DMB300
Monochrome display module
E67954

Max. 4 breakers

50894

4900

DMC300
Color display module
E67955

Max. 16 breakers

50895

13388

Spare parts
DMC300PCM: DMC300 memory card 50959

1715

RS485 Modbus pre-wired system


RS485 Modbus junction block
CJB306: 6 SubD 9 pins connectors junction block
E67958

50963

502

RS485 Modbus connector


CSD309: 9 pins SubD with screw terminals
E67959

50964

220

RS485 Modbus cables


CDM303: display module pre-wired cable, 3 m length
E67960

50960

268

CCP303: Masterpact or Compact pre-wired cable (4 RS485 wires + 2 power wires) 3 m length 50961
E79015

192

CCR301: RS485 roll cable (2 RS485 wires + 2 power wires) 60 m length


E67961

50965

2129

Digipact Bus pre-wired system


Data concentrator DC150
Auxiliary supply voltage
E79014

110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz and 115-125 V DC

50823

6737

Junction block
Junction block for internal Bus
E67956

50778

411

Cables
Cable for internal bus
E67957

20-meter roll (0.75 mm2) 100-meter roll (0.75 mm2)

50779 50780

385 1883

Converter
RS485/RS232 (ACE909) 12 V DC power supply included RS485/RS232 RS485/Ethernet RS485/Ethernet (SMS compatible) (1) see catalogue Telemecanique. (2) see catalogue Square D. 50786 TSX SCA72 174 CEV 300-10 3050 EGW2

8194 (1) (1) (2)

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/38

Schneider Electric

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Order form Masterpact NT and NW

Unit price (excl.VAT) in French francs

To indicate your choices, check the applicable square boxes and enter the appropriate information in the rectangles

Locking
VBP - ON/OFF pushbutton locking OFF position locking VCPO - by padlocks Locking kit VSPO - by keylocks without keylocks 1 lock

Basic device

Quantity

Profalux

Ronis

Masterpact type NT, NW Frame size 06 to 63 Sensor rating A Circuit breaker N1, H1, H2, H3, L1 Switch-disconnector NA, HA, HF Number of poles 3 or 4 Option : Neutral on right side Type of device Fixed Drawout with chassis Chassis alone Drawout without chassis

1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile

VSPD - chassis locking in ''disconnected'' position

2 locks (different key profiles) for NW Locking kit Profalux Ronis without keylocks 1 lock 1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile 2 locks (different key profiles) Optional connected - disconnected - test position locking Latch on right-hand side of chassis Latch on left-hand side of chassis

VPEC - door interlock

Micrologic control unit


A - ammeter 2.0 A P - power meter H - harmonic meter 5.0 H 6.0 H 7.0 H TCE - external sensor (CT) for neutral + earth-fault protection TCE - external sensor (CT) for double neutral protection (Micrologic P and H with 3-poles) TCW - external sensor for SGR protection Rectangular sensor 280 x 115 for earth-leakage 470 x 160 protection LT - long-time rating plug (standard setting 0.4 to 1 x Ir) Low setting option 0.4 to 0.8 Ir High setting option 0.8 to 1 Ir LT OFF option PTE - external voltage measurement input AD - external power-supply module BAT - battery module 5.0 A 5.0 P 6.0 A 6.0 P 7.0 A 7.0 P

VPOC - racking interlock IPA - cable-type door interlock IBPO - racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton for NW DAE - automatic spring discharge before breaker removal for NW VDC - mismatch protection

Indication contacts
OF - ON/OFF indication contacts Standard 4 OF 6 A - 240 V AC (10 A - 240 V AC and low-level for NW) Max. 4 qty Alternate 1 OF low-level for NT (replaces a standard contact) Additional 1 block of 4 OF for NW EF - combined ''connected/closed'' contacts 1 EF 5 A - 240 V AC for NW 1 EF low-level for NW SDE - ''fault-trip'' indication contacts 1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC Standard Additional 1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC 1 SDE low-level Programmable contacts 2 M2C contacts 6 M6C contacts Carriage switches low-level 6 A - 240 V AC CE - ''connected'' position Maxi. 3 for NT and NW Maxi. 2 for NT and 3 for NW CD - ''disconnected'' position Maxi. 1 for NT and 3 for NW CT - ''test'' position AC - actuator for additional carriage switches Max. 2 Max. 8 Max. 8 qty qty qty

Communication
COM Eco COM Digipact Modbus Modbus

qty qty qty qty

Connection
Horizontal Top Vertical Top Front Top Bare-cable connectors 4 x 240 mm2 + connector shield Vertical-connection adapters Cable-lug adapters Interphase barriers Spreaders Disconnectable front-connection adapter Bottom Bottom Bottom NT-FC fixed NT-FC, fixed, draw. NT-FC, fixed, draw. NT, NW-fixed, draw. NT-fixed, drawout NW-fixed

Remote operation
Remote ON/OFF MCH - gear motor XF - closing voltage release MX - opening voltage release PF - ''ready to close'' contact V V V

Remote tripping

VO - safety shutters on chassis NT, NW VIVC - shutter position indication NW and locking

low-level 6 A - 240 V AC BPFE - electrical closing pushbutton Res - electrical reset option RAR - automatic reset option MN - undervoltage release V R - delay unit (non-adjustable) Rr - adjustable delay unit 2nd MX - shunt release V

Key for Micrologic control units: 2.0 : basic protection (long-time + inst.) 5.0 : selective protection (long-time + short-time + inst.) 6.0 : selective + earth-fault protection (long-time + short-time + inst. + earth-fault) 7.0 : selective + earth-leakage protection (long-time + short-time + inst. + earth-leakage)

Accessories
CDM - mechanical operation counter CB - auxiliary terminal shield for chassis CDP - escutcheon CP - transparent cover OP - blanking plate Brackets for mounting on backplates

Schneider Electric

BTP207E-50200-NW.fm/39