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Thermal overload relays Type TA Class 10

Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s

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Description
• Available for starter construction with A Line contactors and separate panel mounting • Designed for close couple mounting • Separate base mounting available for all overload relays • Class 10 adjustable overload relays are standard with all ABB Line starters • Reset can also be adjusted to function as a stop button • Screwdriver guide holes • All terminal screws are available from the front • UL File No: E48139 • CSA File No: LR98336 • Trip indication • Remote trip and reset option available • Single phase and phase unbalance protection • Isolated alarm circuit (N.O.) contact • Ambient compensation: -25°C to +55°C (-13oF to +131oF) • Manual test • Manual or automatic reset • Factory calibrated and tested • Wide adjustment range

Tripping classes of the thermal overload relays
Standard classes in IEC 947-4-1 are classes: 10 A, 10, 20, 30. The tripping class indicates according to IEC 947-4-1 the maximum tripping time in seconds under specified conditions of test at 7.2 times the setting current and specifies tripping and non tripping times for 1.5 and 7.2 times the setting current. Mostly used class is 10 A.

Abstract from IEC 947-4-1
Tripping class 10 A 10 20 30

Max. tripping time at 1.5 x setting current (warm state) Tripping time at 7.2 x setting current (cold state) At 1.05 x setting current

(s)

120

240

480

720

(s)

2 – 10

4 – 10

6 – 20

9 – 30

no tripping

Low Voltage Products & Systems
ABB Inc. • 888-385-1221 • www.abb-control.com

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AC 1000 - 11/03

05 x setting current. 3 phases and 2 phases) are shown on page 2. the setting current is the motor nominal current and not the tripping current (no tripping at 1. T3 2.11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.. In compliance with international and national standards. TA75DU. TA200DU and TA450DU – TA25 to TA110 and TA200 are directly connected in the motor circuit.14. Under the effect of the heating.). TA80DU. L3. (97. Construction and function • General Thermal O/L relays and their accessories meet UL. NFC-UTE.DU Trip indication light Tripping contact (95. The relays are built to be self protecting in the event of an overload until the short circuit protection device is activated. – TA450DU relays are fed through a linear type transformer • Special construction Thermal overload relays with different certifications and approvals. CSA and most other important international standards (IEC). etc.2 AC 1000 . the bimetals bend. T2. cause the relay to trip and the position of the auxiliary contacts to change. 98) Terminals T1.com . The tripping curves (cold or warm starting. Thermal overload relays are 3 pole.2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Description TA thermal overload relays are used with A Line contactors for the protection of motors having a nominal voltage of up to 600VAC max per UL/CSA (690VAC and 800VDC per IEC).2 times setting current). Terminals L1.. tripping at 1. They meet the certification and approval directives required throughout the world. TA110DU. The relay setting range is graduated in amps. 96) Amp setting range Signaling contact.abb-control. The motor current flows through their bimetals (1 per phase) which are indirectly heated. European standards (EN) and the most important national standards (DIN-VDE. TA42DU. BS. • 888-385-1221 • www. Product range • Standard relays: Types: TA25DU. L5 Manual test Manual or automatic reset Frame size TA.. Relays for protection EEx e motors.

11/03 . • Auxiliary contacts The relays have two built in auxiliary contacts: NC marked 95-96. does not prevent tripping of the thermal overload relay in the event of a fault.abb-control. Both contacts are physically separate and can thus be used for 2 different circuits (control circuit and indication circuit).Description Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 Application Technical data • All the relays have: – Free tripping: the resetting button.3 AC 1000 . • 888-385-1221 • www. for TA relays – Test functions and resetting: see table below.com 2. is obrtained in case of a phase failure. Function of TA25DU – TA450DU thermal O/L relays Resetting Contacts Effect of blue button indexed on R (RESET ONLY) Resetting 95-96 Relay tripped Manual Yes Closed when the button is pressed Open when the button is pressed Yes Closed when the button is released Open when the button is pressed No No effect No Open when the button is pressed Closed when the button is released No effect {95-96 Open 97-98 Closed Automatic No Relay not tripped 95-96 Closed { 97-98 Open Both manual and automatic No TA25DU No effect No effect 97-98 Effect of blue button indexed on R/O (RESET/OFF) Resetting 95-96 97-98 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc. even if held in. – Tripping class: 10A. a reduced tripping time. and thus improved motor protection. – Temperature compensation – Phase failure protection according to IEC 947-4-1: Within the limits of the setting range. NO marked 97-98.

1 – 0.16A 24 – 32A 3 18 – 25A 29 – 42A Manual to Automatic 6 18 – 25A 60 – 80A 4 29 – 42A 60 – 80A Mounted with contactors Mounting kit Types of contactors for combined mounting A/AE/AL9 A/AE/AL12 A/AE/AL16 A/AE/AL26 A/AE/AL30 A/AE/AL40 No kit is required for mounting thermal O/L relays below contactors A/AE30 A/AE40 A/AE/AF50 A/AE/AF63 A/AE/AF75 A/AE/AF95 A/AE/AF110 Mounted separately (i.abb-control. • 888-385-1221 • www. separate from contactor) Separate mounting kit DB25 DB80 Accessories Tripping coil Resetting coil Terminal shroud Function markers DS25-A DR25-A Terminals protected against direct contact (without the addition of terminal shrouds) BA5-50 2. Resetting Setting ranges Convertible: Number from to 18 0. Built in auxiliary contacts: 1N.e.com .4 AC 1000 .11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc. + 1N. Protection against single phase operation.C.2 2 Types al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Selection guide TA25DU – TA80DU TA25DU TA42DU TA75DU TA80DU Main characteristics Construction 3 pole with ambient temperature variation compensation.O.

O.e. • 888-385-1221 • www.Selection guide TA110DU – TA450DU Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 Types Main characteristics Construction TA110DU TA200DU TA450DU 3 pole with ambient temperature variation compensation. 1 2 3 4 5 6 R 95 97 96 98 Resetting Setting ranges Convertible: manual to automatic Number from to A A 2 65 – 90 80 – 110 6 65 – 90 150 – 200 3 130 – 185 220 – 310 Mounted with contactors Mounting kit Types of contactors for combined mounting No kit is required for mounting thermal O/L relays See page 2. separate from contactor) Separate mounting kit DB200 No kit required for separate mounting of thermal O/L relays Accessories Tripping coil Resetting coil Terminal shroud Function markers 1 LT200 – BA5-50 LT450 – 1 Terminals protected against direct contact (without the addition of terminal shrouds) Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.11/03 .C. Built in auxiliary contacts: 1N.5 AC 1000 .com 2. Protection against single phase operation.abb-control.7. A/AE/AF95 A/AE/AF110 A/AF145 A/AF185 A/AF210 + DT450/A300 A/AF260 + DT450/A300 A/AF300 + DT450/A300 Mounted separately (i. + 1N.

5 11 14 19 25 32 A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R S T A B C A B C D E F C D E F A B A B C D E F A B C TA25DU0. pages 2.63 1.5 8.8 3.1 TA25DU4.2 2.7 2.25 0.0 TA25DU5.25 0.8 2.11/03 Discount schedule TAA — TA25 Discount schedule TBA — TA42.5 TA25DU11 TA25DU14 TA25DU19 TA25DU25 TA25DU32 TA42DU25 TA42DU32 TA42DU42 TA75DU25 TA75DU32 TA75DU42 TA75DU52 TA75DU63 TA75DU80 TA80DU42 TA80DU52 TA80DU63 TA80DU80 TA110DU90 TA110DU110 TA200DU90 TA200DU110 TA200DU135 TA200DU150 TA200DU175 TA200DU200 TA450DU185 1 TA450DU235 TA450DU310 $ 63 A/AE30 – A/AE40 TA42DU 18 – 25 22 – 32 29 – 42 18 22 29 36 45 60 29 36 45 60 – – – – – – – – – – 25 32 42 52 63 80 42 52 63 80 78 A/AE/AF50 – A/AE/AF75 102 135 A/AE/AF95 – A/AE/AF110 65 – 90 80 – 110 TA75DU 165 165 65 – 90 80 – 110 A/AF145 – A/AF185 100 110 130 150 – – – – 135 150 175 200 225 A/AF210 – A/AF300 130 – 185 165 – 235 220 – 310 488 AF400 – AF750 See electronic overloads.com .0 5. • 888-385-1221 • www.0 6.4 1.0 TA25DU6.16 TA25DU0.63 1.1 4.25 TA25DU0.1 0.5 TA25DU8.4 TA25DU1.5 4.8 TA25DU2. Class 10 for Contactors A9 – A/AF300 For contactor Setting range A Suffix Code Catalog number List price TA25DU A/AE/AL9 – A/AE/AL40 0.0 7. TA75 Discount schedule TCA — TA80.6 AC 1000 .4 0.4 TA25DU0.5 10 13 18 24 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 0.21 TA80DU TA110DU 1 TA450 overloads require mounting kits for installation. TA110.63 TA25DU1.4 TA25DU3.4 0.5 6.0 1. TA450 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc. 2.16 0. TA200.2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Type TA.4 3.abb-control.0 1.16 0.0 TA25DU1.3 1.

• 888-385-1221 • www. TA200DU 0.3mm or 4 x 2. The connections are protected against accidental contact. The LC30-T has a terminal block for the 3 power terminals and a second for the 4 auxiliary terminals of a TA25DU thermal O/L relay. This block allows the power terminals to be mounted with two DB25 kits or a TA25DU thermal O/L relay and DB25 kit assembly.7 AC 1000 . TA450 2. TA75 Discount schedule TCA — TA80. TA110. NOTE: According to DIN 46429 part 1 and NFC 20-120 the max. TA80DU TA110DU. TA200.com Discount schedule ABA — A-contactor accessories Discount schedule TAA — TA25 Discount schedule TBA — TA42. The LC26-B1 has two identical terminal blocks each for 3 power terminals. Mounting kit – for TA450 overload relay For contactor Catalog number List price DB200 A145 – A185 A210 – A300 DT450/A185 DT450/A300 $ 225 Terminal shrouds – for contactors and overload relays Contactor Overload relay Catalog number List price A9 – A16 A26 – A40 A30 – A40 A50 – A75 A95 – A110 LC26-B1 TA25DU TA42DU TA75DU TA80DU TA110DU TA200DU Load side of TA200DU Included Included Included Included LT185-AY LT200A185 — — — — $ 10 50 A145 – A185 A145 – A185 Terminal lug kits Wire range For overloads Catalog number List price 6 – 250MCM 4 – 400MCM (2) 4 – 500MCM TA200DU TA450DU185 TA450DU310 EHTK210 ATK300HK ATK300/2HK $ 45 78 120 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.8mm per pole.abb-control.1 24 18 100 – – – – 25 32 80 200 DB25/25A DB25/32A DB80 DB200 $ 30 38 45 60 DB25/25A Flat pin terminal blocks Mounting on: Catalog number List price TA25DU relay DB25/25A or DB25/32A LC30-T LC26-B1 $6 Terminal block — AWG #8 cable Mounting on: Catalog number List price TA25DU (25A or less) or DB25/25A DX25 $ 15 DB80 LC terminal blocks can be used to convert standard connections into Faston connections: 2 x 6.11/03 . capacity of a Faston connection is 25 A.Accessories Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 List price 2 Separate mounting kits For O/L relays Amps Catalog number TA25DU TA25DU TA42DU. TA75DU.

Set the button to “Man” (Manual resetting).abb-control. OL RESETTING COIL 2. • 888-385-1221 • www.” it is connected to the relayʼs normally open 97-98 auxiliary contact. Mounting: clipped on to TA25DU thermal O/L relay.11/03 Discount schedule TAA — TA25 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.2 to 0. or TA200 overload relays. TA75. • The DR 25-A coil is used for remote electrical resetting of the TA25DU thermal O/L relay which is adjusted for “Manual resetting. Impulse duration: 0. The coils are not designed for continuous duty.8 AC 1000 .35 s. DR25A Installation diagrams For connection of DS25-A to TA25DU relay For connection of DR25-A to TA25DU relay L1 STOP 21 22 START OL 13 14 A1 L2/N L1 STOP 21 22 START OL 13 14 A1 L2/N M A2 95 96 M A2 95 96 M 13 14 M 13 14 OVERLOAD TRIP E1 E2 OVERLOAD RESET OL 97 98 E1 E2 OL TRIPPING COIL L1 OFF HAND 23 13 OL RESETTING COIL L2/N L1 OFF HAND 23 13 AUTO 24 14 A1 OL AUTO 24 14 A1 L2/N OL M A2 95 96 M A2 95 96 OVERLOAD TRIP E1 E2 OVERLOAD RESET OL 97 98 E1 E2 OL TRIPPING COIL 1 Cannot be used with TA42.com .2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Accessories Remote tripping coils U voltage at 50/60 Hz Catalog number 1 List price DS25-A remote tripping coil 24V 48V 110V 220/380V 500V DS25-A remote resetting coil 24V 48V 110V 220/380V 500V DR25-A-24 DR25-A-48 DR25-A-110 DR25-A-220/380 DR25-A-500 DS25-A-24 DS25-A-48 DS25-A-110 DS25-A-220/380 DS25-A-500 $ 60 DS25A Application • The DS25-A coil is used for remote electrical tripping of the TA25 DU thermal O/L relay and is connected to the relay's normally closed 95-96 auxiliary contact.

21 . • 888-385-1221 • www. Multiple of the setting current 1.3 1. For a wider range of –25° C to +55 °C consult the graph opposite. ta: motor starting time.5 120 Switching frequency 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 ta = 1s ta = ta = 1. 20 40 60 Closing time Mounting position On a support at an angle of ± 30° in relation to the vertical plane (standard position).com 2.11/03 . Example: tripping at – 25 °C. Switching frequency in relation to load factor.4 1.32. Example: Motor starting time: 40 % 60 ops. Delivery: in manual resetting mode.1 1. except mounting on a horizontal plane (in this case the tripping mechanism would be located above the bimetals). For motors subject to particularly severe operating conditions (e.Technical data TA25DU – TA450DU Switching frequency: Intermittent duty (ops/h) 140 Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 To avoid untimely tripping. Resetting: TA25DU – TA450 DU thermal O/L relays have convertible manual/automatic resetting. ta = 3.5 1. locked rotor) it is advisable to use protection combined with a thermal O/L relay and the CUSTORAPID® system. the diagram opposite specifies relay operating limits. Other mounting positions possible. Special version for EEx e motors [s] 40 Consult factory. Load factor: Switching frequency: ta = s 0. Tripping takes place before 1. For intermittent operations.5 Protection of motors with long starting time See electronic overload relay section. pages 2. Tripping limits at ambient temperatures varying by + 20°C Ambient temperature compensation Thermal O/L relays are compensated against ambient temperature variations by a compensation bimetal which is sensitive to the ambient temperature.9 AC 1000 .abb-control./h according to diagram 1 sec. frequent starting and braking). it is advisable to use CUSTORAPID® protection. TA and T thermal O/L relays have been designed to withstand roughly 15 switching operations per hour with an approximately equal distribution between working and rest cycles.2.g. 1 3 7 8 7.g.9 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 Ambient temperature 40 50 No tripping Tripping Ambient temperature compensation limits according to IEC 947-4-1 20 11 10 6 4 3 2 Tripping time Thermal O/L relays are designed to operate between –5 °C and +40 °C in compliance with standard IEC 947-4-1.2 1. In these conditions.5 times the setting current.4 Multiple of the setting current 4 5 6 TA thermal O/L relay cold-state tripping characteristics Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.5 s 3s s 80 100(%) For a higher number of operations and for load variations (e.0 0. the motor starting time must not exceed 1 second and the starting current must be lower than or equal to 6 times the motor In.

13 50/60 TA10 DU TA200 DU TA450 DU 2.75 .5 x 10 – M6 – – – M 3.5 . Shock withstand at nominal Ie Critical direction of shocks A1.5 All the terminals are protected against direct contact according to VDE 0106/Part.25 or 2 x 2.2 2 Types al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Technical data TA25DU – TA80DU TA25DU TA42DU TA75DU TA80DU Standards: (international. EN 60947-4-1 690 6 °C °C –40 to +70 –25 to +55 with temperature compensation (maximum values: see page 2.5 2 x mm2 2 x mm2 0. 30 cycles On a support at an angle of ±30° in relation to the vertical plane (standard position).5 . (without additional terminal shrouds) All the terminals are protected against direct direct contact according to VDE0106/part 100 (with additional terminal shrouds for the main terminals Pole Technical Characteristics Types Number of poles Setting ranges Tripping class according to IEC 947-4-1. screw fixing on main terminals Using screws: 2 x M4 or 35 mm EN 50022 Terminals and cross-sectional areas for main conductors (motor side) • screw terminal – with cable clamp – via tunnel connector – flat type for lug or bar • conductor cross-sectional area – rigid solid or rigid stranded – flexible with cable end – recommended bars Terminals and cross-sectional area for auxiliary conductors • screw terminal (screw size) – with cable clamp • conductor cross-sectional area – rigid solid or rigid stranded – flexible with cable end Degree of protection A1 TA25DU setting ranges: from 0.11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.75 . • 888-385-1221 • www.1-0.75.10 AC 1000 . European) Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 947-4-1 Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp according to IEC 947-4-1 Permissible ambient temperature – for storage – for operation Climatic withstand DIN 50017 Mounting positions V kV IEC 947-4-1.35 or 2 x 2.6 – M6 – M6 – 1 x 2. 100.com .5 .abb-control. see page 2. 50 Hz) Mounting – on contactor – separate with DB .5 x 16 1 x 2.4 0. Other positions possible except mounting on a horizontal plane (in this case the tripping mechanism would be located above the bimetals).2. EN 60947-1 Rated operational frequencies Max.16A 24-32 A to 18-25A A2 M4 – – M5 – – mm2 mm2 mm 2 x 1.4 – 1 x 10 2 x 0.kit shock duration ms multiples of g multiples of g 15 12 8 Latching below the contactor.6 2 x 1. switching frequency without untimely tripping Resistance per phase in mΩ and heat dissipation in W Hz TA25 DU TA42 DU TA75 DU TA80 DU 3 see page 2.5 .9) Humidity in alternate climate KFW. A2 Resistance to vibrations (±1 mm.400 Up to 15 starts/h or 60 starts/h with 40 % on-load factor when neither the starting current of 6 x In nor the starting time 1 s are exceeded.6 10 A 0 .

100.com 2. Other positions possible except mounting on a horizontal plane (in this case the tripping mechanism would be located above the bimetals). 95-96 500 10 3.O. 50 Hz) Mounting – on contactor – separate with DB .2. and N.9) Humidity in alternate climate KFW. • 888-385-1221 • www. M8 – 16 – 35 16 – 35 12 x 3 – – M10 25 – 120 25 – 95 20 x 4 – – M10 2 x 240 2 x 240 20 x 4.C.9 1. auxiliary contacts VAC A A A A A A A VAC VDC normally closed N.75 0.12 10 k3 500 440 normally open N. (with additional terminal shrouds) Technical characteristics of auxiliary contacts for thermal O/L relays: TA25DU to TA450DU Auxiliary contacts Terminal marking Rated operational voltage Ue Conventional thermal current (in free air) Ith Rated operational current Ie.95 0.. 97-98 500 6 1.0 0.75 .11/03 .0 1.5 All the terminals are protected against direct contact according to VDE 0106/Part. EN 60947-4-1 1000 8 2 2 TA110DU TA450DU °C °C –40 to +70 –25 to +55 with temperature compensation (maximum values: see page 2. 30 cycles On a support at an angle of ±30° in relation to the vertical plane (standard position). Shock withstand at nominal Ie Critical direction of shocks A1.04 6 k1 500 440 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc. A2 Resistance to vibrations (±1 mm.5 2 x mm2 2 x mm2 0.11 AC 1000 .5 0.4 0.abb-control.. European) Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 947-4-1 Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp according to IEC 947-4-1 Permissible ambient temperature – for storage – for operation Climatic withstand DIN 50017 Mounting positions V kV 690 6 Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s TA200DU IEC 947-4-1. AC-15 up to 240 V up to 440 V up to 500 V Rated operational current Ie DC-13 up to 250 V Protection against short circuits gG (gl) fuses (according to IEC 269) S 271/S 281circuit-breaker Maximum potential difference between N.5 mm2 mm2 mm M 3.Technical data TA110DU – TA450DU Types Standards: (international.kit shock duration ms 15 multiples of g multiples of g 4 x M5 screws 12 8 Terminals and cross-sectional areas for main conductors (motor side) • screw terminal – with cable clamp – via tunnel connector – flat type for lug or bar • conductor cross-sectional area – rigid solid or rigid stranded – flexible with cable end – recommended bars Terminals and cross-sectional area for auxiliary conductors • screw terminal (screw size) – with cable clamp • conductor cross-sectional area – rigid solid or rigid stranded – flexible with cable end Degree of protection A1 A2 – HC.C.75 .O.

The efficiency of protection methods varies according to the application. For the selection of fuses or circuit-breakers. The overview below will help you to choose. it is advisable to use aM type fuses in association with thermal OLR relays.12 AC 1000 .abb-control.2 times the nominal current 2 S1-S8 nominal duties according to IEC 34-I 3 Operation with starting. reversal in operating direction 4 Operation with starting rate at > 15 cycles/hour 5 Locked rotor 6 Overloads due to phase failure 7 Network undervoltage or overvoltage 8 Fluctuation of network frequency 9 Ambient temperature too high 10 Overheating due to external cause (i. There is no general rule and we are available to advise you for special applications and especially in the case of difficult starting.com . braking.e. • 888-385-1221 • www. To ensure efficient protection of a motor against short circuits. 2.2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Technical data Motor protection. – gG (gI) fuses: determine the fuse rating immediately above the motor current value and choose the next highest fuse rating. overheating of bearings) 11 Motor cooling disturbed 12 13 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ■ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ● ■ ■ ■ ● ● ● ● ● ❑ ❑ ● ● ● ● ■ for motors with special rotor ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Undercurrent protection on drop in load Protection of asymmetry: wrong phase direction rotation or asymmetrical load Earth fault protection Automatic disconnection for auxiliary load fault 14 15 Note: Fuses Protection efficiency: ❑ unsuitable ■ very average efficiency ● perfectly efficient Fuses do not protect motors against overloads. Choice of protective device Motor Protection — general It is very important to choose an adequate protective device for the safety of the motor during operation and for its durability. Protective devices and efficiency Protection in relation to current: Fuses Protective relay with phase fault protection Protection in relation to temperature: Motor protection via CUSTORAPID® thermistor Motor protection via SPEM electronic relay SPEM M 3~ M 3~ M 3~ M 3~ Causes of dangerous overloads for the motor windings 1 Overload with current 1. fuse protection for direct-on-line starting must be sized as follows: – aM fuses: choose the fuse rating immediately above the full load value of the motor current. refer to the indications given in this catalogue concerning contactors on the one hand and thermal O/L relays on the other. They are only used to protect installations and lines against short circuits. In general.11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.

• 888-385-1221 • www.72 3.936 0.16 – 0.2 2.1 – 0.2 2.2 2.2 11.2 2.3 3.89 1.5 2.615 2.5 – 4.74 6.8 – 3.24 3.13 AC 1000 .5 11 14 19 25 32 85850 85150 13750 5370 2190 1120 670 383 229 137 87.4 18.24 3.182 — — — 3.24 3.5 – 6.255 0.5 TA450DU 130 – 185 165 – 235 220 – 310 TA42DU 18 – 25 22 – 32 29 – 42 TA75DU 18 22 29 36 45 60 TA80DU 29 36 45 60 – – – – – – – – – – 25 32 42 52 63 80 42 52 63 80 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.3 0.51 3.91 3.51 3.2 2.8 2.3 4.84 1.11/03 .com 2.abb-control. setting W Setting range current from – to A A Resistance per phase mΩ Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 Joule losses per phase at max.0 – 1.2 2.7 3.28 2. setting W TA25DU 0.2 2.0 6.2 2.43 2.63 – 1.2 2.2 – 2.5 2.94 3.3 2.0 7.5 61 30.9 3.2 2.3 – 1.Technical data Resistance and Joule losses per phase Short circuit protection Resistance and Joule losses per phase.2 5.214 0.79 5.378 0.43 2.89 1.0 1.1 4.3 0.4 – 0.2 2.72 3.4 1.5 2.78 5.94 TA110DU 80 – TA200DU 100 110 130 150 – – – – 110 135 150 175 200 0.25 0.91 3.25 – 0.63 1.16 0.84 5.5 2.5 8.4 0.84 1.5 10 13 18 24 – – – – – – 0.936 0.318 0.615 1.7 – 2.55 7.2 2.2 2.2 2. short circuit protection Setting range current from – to A A Resistance per phase mΩ Joule losses per phase at max.2 2.2 6.4 3.0 5.

5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0. • 888-385-1221 • www.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tripping current in multiples of the setting current Tripping current as multiple of setting current 2. Protective relays up to size TA75DU are protected against direct contact via the front face. It is advisable to tighten unused terminal screws. Built-in auxiliary contacts are physically separate and.2 1. Each relay is temperature compensated and ensures phase failure protection. TA75DU and TA80DU (tripping class 10A) 120 100 80 60 40 20 10 8 6 TA110DU (tripping class 10A) 120 100 80 60 40 20 10 8 6 from cold state Minutes Minutes Minutes 4 2 1 40 20 4 2 4 2 1 40 20 Tripping time Tripping time 2 Phases 1 40 20 Tripping time from cold state from cold state 2 Phases 3 Phases 2 Phases 3 Phases 2 Phases 3 Phases Seconds Seconds 10 8 6 4 2 2 Phases 3 Phases 10 8 6 4 2 Seconds 3 Phases 10 8 6 4 2 3 Phases 2 Phases from warm state 1 0.2 1.8 1 1.8 1 1.2 1. Terminal shrouds are available for TA200DU to TA450DU size relays.com . The connecting terminals are delivered in open position with (+. can be used in different circuits (control circuit/indication circuit). The resetting button can also be used for stopping.8 1 1.2 1.2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Technical data Tripping curves TA25DU TA75DU TA110DU/SU TA450DU TA-DU thermal O/L relays are 3-pole with manual or automatic resetting mode selection. consequently.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tripping current in multiples of the setting current Tripping current in multiples of the setting current Tripping current in multiples of the setting current TA200DU (tripping class 10A) 120 100 80 60 40 20 10 8 6 from cold state TA450DU (tripping class 10A) 120 100 80 60 40 20 10 8 6 4 minutes 4 Minutes from cold state 2 2 Phase 1 40 20 3 Phase 2 Phases 1 40 20 Seconds 3 Phases Triping time Tripping time 2 2 Phases seconds 10 8 6 4 2 1 0.8 1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 0. Thermal O/L relay tripping curves TA25DU (tripping class 10A) 120 100 80 60 40 20 10 8 6 TA42DU.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 Phases 10 8 6 4 2 1 0.8 2 Phase 3 Phase from warm state from warm state 1 1.abb-control.2 from warm state from warm state 1 1.-) pozidriv screws and screwdriver guidance.11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.14 AC 1000 .

24 6 2.31 84 1.41 112 1.88 48 0.38 35 0.73 44 0. • 888-385-1221 • www.24 6 1.7 2.com 2.15 80 TA25DU32 only 0.13 54 4.51 13 3.00 00.5 TA42DU / TA75DU & DB80 5.97 50 0.51 13 3.35 110.24 6 0.51 13 4.Approximate dimensions T25DU – TA42DU 00.25 108 0.54 90 0.24 6 1.2 TA42DU 0.70 94 3.70 94 TA25DU & DB25 4.03 127.17 4.88 48 0.51 13 3.00 Inches [Millimeters] Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 TA25DU 0.95 75 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.25 108 1.86 98 2.35 6 1.15 AC 1000 .17 4.73 44 3.35 6 1.73 44 4.24 6 0.38 35 0.11/03 .abb-control.51 13 3.36 60 0.2 TA25DU & DB25/32 1.

00 00.0 3.77 95.0 6 .abb-control.2 2 TA75DU TA80DU al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Approximate dimensions TA75DU – TA200DU 00.13 54 4.0 1.3 TOUCH SAFE COVER 0.5 3.37 111. • 888-385-1221 • www.73 0.7 1.51 13 3.com .47 12.99 93 0. Slots 2.61 15.1 2.47 12.16 AC 1000 .0 0.14 80.5 0.48 37.2 TA200DU 2.50 2 .M4 Mtg.24 6 2.24 6.35 110.0 4.0 120.24 6.7 12.12 54.44 138.0.5 0.5 2.85 72.0 0.52 64.1 4.00 Inches [Millimeters] 0.21 HOLES .11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.98 50.0 5.07 1.0 TA110DU TOUCH SAFE COVER 1.18 30.

82 21. 6. • 888-385-1221 • www.96 24.0 2.11/03 .5 0.0 0.0 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc.3 7.18 4.0 DIA.62 168.0 0.0 2.5 2 4 6 55. 5.11 28.99 76.24 6.0 1.0 2.0 2.17 0.abb-control.28 58.Approximate dimensions TA450DU 00.00 00.com 2.00 Inches [Millimeters] Th Ov erm e re rloa al lay d s 2 2 TA450DU 0.17 AC 1000 .60 193.2 DIA.28 58.

11/03 Low Voltage Products & Systems ABB Inc. • 888-385-1221 • www.abb-control.2 2 al m er oad Th erl s Ov elay r Notes 2.com .18 AC 1000 .

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