Low voltage circuit breakers

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Low voltage circuit breakers

Susol LV circuit breakers

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Super Solution For power distribution ▶ High breaking capacity ▶ Optimum coordination technique (Cascading & discrimination) ▶ Powerful engineering tools For protection of motor & its control device ▶ Optimal overload protection ▶ Guaranteed Short Circuit Current Ratings For controlling and disconnecting circuits For extensive applications ▶ Wide range of optimized auxiliaries and accessories .

Global Leading Products Circuit breakers For protection of power distribution Molded Case Switch For protecting and disconnecting circuits .

MCCB Beyond the limits. .. The circuit breaker will supply more stable.. upgraded systems to customer with high breaking capacity. reliable.

250AF. CE approvals �FTU: Fixed thermal & Magnetic unit �ATU: Adjustable thermal & Magnetic unit ■Variable accessories �FMU: Adjustable thermal. 400AF.Susol TD and TS series Molded Case Circuit Breakers Susol MCCB ■Simplified product range �AF: 125AF. Fixed magnetic unit �MCS: Molded Case Switch �Electrical auxiliaries �Extended rotary handle �Flange handle �Locking devices . 800AF �Ampere Range: 15A ~ 800A ■Standards ■Various trip units ■High performance �Ultimate breaking capacity (kA rms) Icu: Max 65kA @480VAC �World class with UL489.

MCCB 8 Models in 4 Frames Susol TD and TS circuit breakers are rated from 15 through 800 amperes and are available in four frame sizes. 65kA(HU) 90(W) x 164(H) x 86mm(D) . UL 489 Listed Circuit Breakers Family TD/ TS 65kA at 480VAC / 8 models in 4 frames TD125U In 15~125A Icu: 35kA(NU).

35kA.65kA Maximum breaking capacity for all Ampere Frame is 65kA at 480VAC. 65kA 35kA TS400HU TS800HU TS800NU TS400NU TS250HU TS250NU TD125HU TD125NU 800A 400A 250A 125A 65kA 35kA High available fault current at 480V (kA) TS800U TS400U TS250U In 150~250A Icu: 35kA(NU). H Type . 65kA(HU) 105(W) x 178(H) x 86mm(D) In 300~400A Icu: 35kA(NU). 65kA(HU) 210(W) x 428(H) x 135mm(D) Rated current (A) .Enhanced high performance N Type . 65kA(HU) 140(W) x 292(H) x 110mm(D) In 500~800A Icu: 35kA(NU).

Alarm Switch (AL) ● ● Auxiliary Switch (AX) ● ● Shunt Trip (SHT) Undervoltage trip (UVT) . And trip units.MCCB Accessories A complete range of convenient internal and external accessories for Susol TD and TS series Simplicity & Flexibility Various kinds of accessories for user convenience Internal auxiliaries (AX. SHT. Locking devices are the same for a given frame size. Handles. AL. UVT) are the same for all frame size.

UVT. SHT) Trip units � � � � � . Fixed) Mechanical interlock device Accessories device (AL.Susol Circuit Breaker System Overview � � � � � � � � � Circuit breaker Flange handle (Cable operating handle) Extended rotary handle Locking devices (Removable. AX.

user can change the trip unit easily and rapidly. * Only available in factory .MCCB Trip units Interchangeable trip unit * Susol TS series circuit breakers provide several kinds of protection function according to selected trip unit and thanks to interchangeable trip unit concept.

MTU: Magnetic only trip unit TS250MTU 1848 1584 1320 Im 2112 2376 2640 220A 3P Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit .Interchangeable trip units Protection of power distribution systems 1. Thermal Magnetic trip units .ATU Control and disconnection .FMU: Adjustable thermal and Fixed magnetic trip unit .ATU: Adjustable thermal and Adjustable magnetic trip unit TS250 FTU Im=2500A Ir Im 250A 40℃ 3P Motor Protection .FTU Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit .MCS: Molded case switch TS250 DSU 3P 15 20 32 40 50 60 80 100 128 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 FTU Thermal-magnetic (Interchangeable) FMU ATU Mold ed Case Sw itch (Interchangeable) MCS .FMU Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit .FTU: Fixed thermal and Fixed magnetic trip unit .

.MCCB Internal accessories ● ● ● ● Simplicity The range of internal accessories of TD & TS series circuit breakers is characterized by common use regardless of frame size and is allowing reduction of stocks.

In other words. One is open and the other closed when the circuit breaker is open. This switch features a closed contact when the circuit breaker is tripped automatically. Alarm Switch (AL) Alarm switches offer provisions for immediate audio or visual indication of a tripped breaker due to overload. short-circuit. LS shunt trips include coil clearing contacts that automatically clear the signal circuit when the mechanism has tripped. The operation is instantaneous. or undervoltage trip conditions. Continuously energized. Its contact is open when the circuit breaker is reset. and viceversa. the undervoltage trip must be operating be fore the circuit breaker can be closed. They are particularly useful in automated plants where operators must be signaled about changes in the electrical distribution system. Auxiliary Switch (AX) Auxiliary switch is for applications requiring remote “ON” and “OFF” indication. operation of shunt trip.Internal accessories Common use to all Susol TD and TS circuit breakers Electrical auxiliaries that are installed internally are common from 15A to 800A. and the circuit breaker cannot be reclosed until the voltage returns to 85% of line voltage. Shunt Trip (SHT) The shunt trip opens the mechanism in response to an externally applied voltage signal. operation of push button. . Each switch contains two contacts having a common connection. Undervoltage trip (UVT) The undervoltage trip automatically opens a circuit breaker when voltage drops to a value ranging between 35% to 70% of the line voltage. this switch does not function when the breaker is operated manually.

MCCB External accessories Convenience Wide range of external accessories provides convenient solution for easy installation. .

12 and 4(X) option available Flange handle (Cable operating handle) There are 4 types of length 36/48/60/72inch at each AF UL50 type 1. even momentarily. 12 and 4(X) option available Locking device �Fixed padlock �Removable padlock �Key lock device on direct handle Mechanical interlocking device Interlocks prevent connection to both sources at the same time.External accessories Extended rotary handle There are 3 types of length 12/16/24inch UL50 type 1. 3(R). . 3(R).

MCCB Main characteristics Susol series circuit breakers are suitable for �Protection of power distribution �Controlling and disconnecting circuits Optimum technical support for (Cascading. Discrimination. Type 2 coordination) * �Selecting economical protection system �Quarantee safety of the installation �Reducing the stress on components and damage �Guarantee service continuity * Certificate under process .

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TD & TS MCCB Index A-1. Overview Range of Susol products Overview of TD/TS family Marking and configuration Overview of trip units Switching mechanism Degree of protection A-1-1 A-1-3 A-1-5 A-1-7 A-1-9 A-1-10 .

Fixed magnetic trip unit) FMU (Adjustable thermal. Fixed magnetic trip unit) FMU (Adjustable thermal. Fixed magnetic trip unit) Susol TS circuit breakers For power distribution TS250U Thermal magnetic trip unit FTU (Fixed thermal.Range of Susol products 125AF 250AF Susol TD circuit breakers For power distribution TD125U Thermal magnetic trip unit FTU (Fixed thermal. Adjustable magnetic trip unit) Susol switch-disconnectors Molded Case Switch TS125U Molded case switch unit MCS (Molded Case Switch) TS250U A-1-1 . Fixed magnetic trip unit) ATU (Adjustable thermal.

Fixed magnetic trip unit) FMU (Adjustable thermal.Range of Susol products 400AF 800AF Susol TD circuit breakers For power distribution Susol TS circuit breakers For power distribution TS400U Thermal magnetic trip unit FTU (Fixed thermal. Adjustable magnetic trip unit) TS800U Susol switch-disconnectors Molded Case Switch TS400U Molded case switch unit MCS (Molded Case Switch) TS800U A-1-2 . Fixed magnetic trip unit) ATU (Adjustable thermal.

Adjustable-magnetic (3Pole) ●Molded Case Switch Variable accessories AX AL SHT UVT Extended rotary handle Flange handle Locking devices (Removable. of Poles Rated operational voltage.2 3.64×0.39/0. 30.000 2.90×1. Fixed) Mechanical interlock device Mechanical life Electrical life @600V AC Weight 3-Pole Basic dimension.46×3. 125 2. 20. Fixed-magnetic ●Adjustable-thermal. Ue AC UL interrupting rating AC 50/60Hz 240 V 480 V 600 V Reference standard Trip unit (Thermal-Magnetic) ●Fixed-thermal. Fixed-magnetic ●Adjustable-thermal. 3 [V] [kA] NU 50 35 10 600 HU 100 65 14 UL 489 FTU FMU ATU MCS ● ● ● A-1-3 .54×6. 100. W×H×D 3-Pole [operations] [operations] [lbs/kg] [inch/m] ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4. 40. 60.000 4.65/1.86 [AF] [A] 125 15. 80. 50.Overview of TD/TS family TD series TD125U Frame size Rated current In No.

225.6 8.86 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.98/13. 700.78×0. 250 2.51×11. 600.28×1.27×16.85×5.9 4.000 1. 160.10 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.7 5.000 12.35 A-1-4 .05×1. 175. 800 2.40×2.01×3.000 1.Overview of TD/TS family TS series TS250U 250 150. 400 2. 200.13×7.10×4.33/1. 3 600 HU 100 65 14 UL 489 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5. 350.57/5.000 4.39/1.50×4.92×1. 3 600 HU 100 65 14 UL 489 NU 50 35 10 TS800U 800 500.000 500 29. 3 600 NU 50 35 10 UL 489 HU 100 65 14 NU 50 35 10 TS400U 400 300.31/2.19/1.

Marking and configuration Rated frequency Standard Manufacturer Utilization category UL listed number Terminal Information Symbol indicating suitability for isolation as defined by UL489 A-1-5 .

Marking and configuration Model (Rating and breaking capacity) �TS: Series �250: Max. Ampere rating �NU: Normal (Standard) �HU: High Standardized characteristics: �Ui: Rated insulation voltage �Uimp: Impulse withstand voltage �Ue: Rated operational voltage �Icu: Ultimate breaking capacity �Ics: Service breaking capacity 125AF NU TD125NU 250AF TS250NU 400AF TS400NU 800AF TS800NU HU TD125HU TS250HU TS400HU TS800HU NU 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA HU 100kA 100kA 100kA 100kA Product: Molded Case Circuit Breaker Upstream connections Fixing hole Certificate plate Indication of closed (I/ON) position Brand name Operating handle Indication of open (O/OFF) position Company logo "push to trip" button Rating of trip unit Trip unit Fixing hole Downstream connections A-1-6 .

175. 60. 60. 50. 100. 160. 100. 200. 160. 125 150. 350. Ampere ratings MCCB frame type Rated current. 80. 100 128. In[A] Thermal magnetic release Type of trip unit TD125U FTU 15. 320 240. 800 400. 125 150. 200. Adjustable magnetic �Molded case switch A-1-7 . 40. 80. 800 Types of trip units FTU FMU ATU MCS �Fixed thermal. 400 TS250U 128. Fixed magnetic �Adjustable thermal. 250 300. 30. 160. 700. 640 400. 480. 50. 400 FMU 32.Overview of trip units On TD100U to TS800U circuit breakers. 20. 200 TS400U 240. 700. 225. 320 TS800U 500. 350. 64. 225. 20. 48. 175. the thermal-magnetic trip units are interchangeable and may be rapidly fitted to the circuit breakers. 80. 600. 40. Fixed magnetic �Adjustable thermal. 480. 640 500. 40. 30. 200 ATU MCS 15. It is therefore easy to change the protection of a given circuit following a modification in an uninstallation. 250 300. 600.

adjustable-magnetic TS250 ATU 0. fixed-magnetic TS250 FTU Electronic trip unit Ir Im Im=2500A Thermal magnetic trip unit FMU Adjustable-thermal.9 1 Ir Im 7 6 5 8 9 10 MCS FTU FMU ATU Molded case switch TS250 DSU 3P A-1-8 .Overview of trip units FTU Fixed-thermal. fixed-magnetic Trip unit identification TS250U FMU Trip unit function MCCB frame type ATU Adjustable-thermal.8 0.

4 “OFF“ position 4. for confirming the operation of the accessory switches and the manual resetting function Fig.0 300.Switching mechanism Double contactor structure Optimize Repulsion force Shape of contactor �Induce easily the arc mobility to grid direction �Rapidly redeploy the arc from moving contactor �Prevent contact tip from erosion Open speed & contact force ON position �Unvarying contact force regardless of over travel �Open speed of moving contact is rapid by optimized cam curve regardless of trip signal �Function of trip free Optimized cam curve Force Unvarying contact Fig. 3 “ON“ position Angle OFF position �Push to trip in OFF position * Reset pin moment < Main spring moment �Stability of endurance 600.00E+07 Life TRIP position �Enables tripping mechanically from outside.0 0.60E+07 2.0 200.00E+06 1.0 Stress Amplitude (MPa) 500.00E+00 Fig.0 400. 5 “TRIP“ position A-1-9 .20E+07 1.0 0.0 100.00E+06 3.

12 4X Wire Flange handle (Cable operating handle) There are 4 types of length IP40 1. Type Degree of protection IP NEMA type Protection of persons against access to hazardo us parts with: Extended rotary handle There are 3 types of length IP40 1. 3R.12 4X Wire A-1-10 . Basically. IP65 degree of protection can be obtained with the circuit-breaker installed in a switchboard fitted with an extended rotary handle operating mechanism transmitted on the compartment door.Degree of protection The table indicates the degrees of protection guaranteed by Susol TD and TS circuitbreakers according to several type of installation. 3R. the fixed parts are always preset with IP20 degree of protection.

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FMU for TS250U. FMU for TD125U FTU. ATU for TS800U A-2-4 A-2-5 A-2-8 A-2-11 A-2-15 A-2-2 Molded case switch A-2-17 . ATU for TS400U FTU. FMU. Main characteristics MCCBs for power distribution Electrical characteristics Thermal magnetic trip units Overview FTU. ATU for TS250U FTU.TD & TS MCCB Index A-2. FMU.

of Poles Maximum voltage ratings Switch ampere ratings Magnetic override Short circuit withstand ratings 120V AC 240V AC 480V AC 600V AC Catalog number of wire connector Dimensions Shipping weight [V AC] [A] [A] [AF] 125 3 600 125 1250 100kA 100kA 65kA 14kA LSCA1 Same as MCCB Same as MCCB A-2-1 .MCCBs for power distribution TD series TD125U Frame size No.

MCCBs for power distribution TS series TS250U 250 TS400U 400 3 TS800U 800 600 250 2500 100kA 65kA 18kA LSCA2 600 400 4000 100kA 65kA 20kA LSCA4 Same as MCCB Same as MCCB 800 8000 100kA 65kA 25kA LSCA8 A-2-2 .

the armature is attracted and the trip bar actuated by electromagnetic force. A-2-3 .5×In) 4P4T type 100% (neutral protection at 1×In) Operation Trip bar ATU Thermal magnetic types �Time-Delay operation An overcurrent heats and warps the bimetal to actuate the trip bar by the bimetal characteristic. there are two kinds of trip units according to way of installation as follows.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units Overview Susol TD & TS series circuit breakers can be installed with thermal magnetic trip units. And. �Built-in trip units for TD series upto 160A �Interchangeable trip units for TS series upto 800A Function Protection of power distribution �Overload protection: Thermal protection with a fixed or adjustable threshold �Short-circuit protection: Magnetic protection with a fixed or adjustable pick-up �Protection of the fourth pole 4P3T type (neutral unprotected) 4P4T type 50% (neutral protection at 0. Bimetal Armature Ratings Ratings(A) at 40℃ TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U In 15 ● 20 ● 30 ● 40 ● Thermal magnetic trip units(FTU/FMU/ATU) 50 ● 60 ● TD125U to TS800U 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Note) Rated current 700A is available for TS800UFTU. �Instantaneous operation If the overcurrent is excessive.

.9 1 Ir Im 7 6 5 8 9 10 A-2-4 ..MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units Overview Characteristics Fixed thermal.. 8000A tripping currents �Applicable to TD125U ..8 0. TS800U frames TS250 FTU Im=2500A Ir Im Adjustable thermal... adjustable magnetic trip units ATU �Adjustable thermal 150A .....8~1×In �Adjustable magnetic 500A .. 8000A tripping currents Adjustable : 5~10×In �Applicable to TS250U . fixed magnetic trip units FTU �Fixed thermal 15A . 800A rated currents Adjustable : 0..8~1×In �Fixed magnetic 400A . 8000A tripping currents �Applicable to TD125U . fixed magnetic trip units FMU �Adjustable thermal 40A . 800A rated currents �Fixed magnetic 400A .... TS800U frames Adjustable thermal.... TS800U frames TS250 ATU 0. 800A rated currents Adjustable : 0.

9 1 Ir Im TD125FMU 0. Im Overload protection (thermal) Setting current. Ir TD125U FTU .Adjustable thermal & fixed magnetic trip unit 0. In at 40°C Number of pole Short circuit protection (magnetic) Setting current.8 Im=1250A 125A 0 Ir Im I A-2-5 .9 0.Fixed thermal & magnetic trip unit TD125FTU Im=1250A Ir Im 125A TD125U FMU t 0.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU. FMU for TD125U Configuration Trip unit identification Ratings (A).8 1 TD125U FMU .

TD125U Rating(A) at 40℃ In TD125U 15 ● 20 ● 30 ● 40 ● 50 ● 60 ● 80 ● 100 ● 125 ● Overload protection(thermal) Current setting(A) Ir FTU FMU Fixed Adjustable 0.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.9.FTU : Fixed thermal & magnetic unit .8. 0. TD125HU A-2-6 ..TD125U : TD125NU. fixed magnetic unit MCCB frame type . 1×In (3 settings) Short ..circuit protection(magnetic) Current setting(A) Im FTU FMU Fixed 400A Fixed 400A Fixed 10×In Fixed 10×In Catalogue numbering system TD125U FMU Trip unit function . FMU for TD125U Characteristics Thermal magnetic trip units(FTU/FMU) .FMU : Adjustable thermal.

9×In 1.8×In 0. In (A) 50 500 500 500 500 60 600 600 600 600 80 800 800 800 800 100 1000 1000 1000 1000 125 1250 1250 1250 1250 A-2-7 .5 125 Magnetic short-circuit protection Trip unit type Setting current.0×In Setting current. Im Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed In×10 In×10 In×10 In×10 15 400 20 400 30 400 40 400 400 400 400 Trip unit rating.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU. Ir TD125U FTU TD125U FMU 0. In (A) 40 40 32 36 40 50 50 40 45 50 60 60 48 54 60 80 80 64 72 80 100 100 80 90 100 125 125 100 112.9 1 15 15 20 20 30 30 Trip unit rating. FMU for TD125U Setting details Thermal overload protection Trip unit type Setting Ir TD125U FTU TD125U FMU Fixed 0.8 0.

Adjustable thermal adjustable magnetic trip unit TS250 ATU 0. Ir TS250U FTU .Adjustable thermal fixed magnetic trip unit TS250U ATU t Short circuit protection (magnetic) 0.8 0. Im Overload protection (thermal) Setting current.9 0. FMU for TS250U ATU for TS250U Configuration Trip unit identification Ratings (A). In at 40°C Number of pole Short circuit protection (magnetic) Setting current.9 1 Ir Im Short circuit protection (magnetic) 7 6 8 9 5 10 7 6 5 8 9 10 0 Ir Im I A-2-8 .Fixed thermal fixed magnetic trip unit TS250 FTU TS250U FMU Im=2500A Ir Im TS250U FMU .MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.8 1 TS250U ATU .

ATU: Adjustable thermal..MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU. fixed magnetic unit MCCB frame type . 6. FMU for TS250U ATU for TS250U Characteristics Thermal magnetic trip units(FTU/FMU) .TS250U: TS250NU. TS250HU TS250U ATU Trip unit function .FTU: Fixed thermal.8 to×In 150 ● 160 ● 175 ● 200 ● 225 ● 250 ● Short .. fixed magnetic unit MCCB frame type .TS250U: TS250NU.FMU: Adjustable thermal. 10×In (6 settings) Catalogue numbering system TS250U FTU Trip unit function . adjustable magnetic unit MCCB frame type . TS250HU TS250U FMU Trip unit function . 9. TS250U Rating(A) at 40℃ In TS250U Overload protection(thermal) Current setting(A) Ir FTU FMU ATU Fixed Adjustable 0.TS250U: TS250NU.circuit protection(magnetic) Current setting(A) Im FTU FMU ATU Fixed 10×In Fixed 10×In Adjustable 5. 8. TS250HU The trip unit ATU is available from 125A A-2-9 .8 to×In Adjustable 0. 7.

0 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 In 10 A-2-10 .9 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 In 10 In 5 In 1. FMU for TS250U ATU for TS250U Setting details Thermal overload protection Trip unit type Setting Ir TS250U FTU TS250U FMU Fixed 0.9 1 150 150 160 128 144 160 128 144 160 175 175 200 200 160 180 200 160 180 200 Trip unit rating. In (A) 175 1750 200 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 225 2250 250 2500 2500 2500 2500 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 In 10 In 5 In 0.9 1 TS250U ATU 0.0 In TS250U ATU Setting current.8 0. Im Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed In 10 In 10 In 10 In 10 In 5 In 0.8 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 150 1500 160 800 960 1120 1280 1440 1600 800 960 1120 1280 1440 1600 800 960 1120 1280 1440 1600 Trip unit rating.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.8 0. Ir TS250U FTU TS250U FMU 0.9 In 1. In (A) 225 225 250 250 200 225 250 200 225 250 Magnetic short-circuit protection Trip unit type Setting current.8 In 0.

9 0.9 0.Adjustable thermal adjustable magnetic trip unit 7 8 9 TS400ATU 0.9 0. FMU. In at 40°C Number of pole Short circuit protection (magnetic) Setting current.8 1 Ir Im 400A Im=4000A TS400U ATU t 0. ATU for TS400U Configuration Trip unit identification Ratings (A).8 1 TS400U FMU .Fixed thermal fixed magnetic trip unit TS400U FMU TS400 FTU Im=4000A Ir Im 400A t 0. Ir TS400U FTU .8 1 TS400U ATU .Adjustable thermal fixed magnetic trip unit 0 Ir Im I TS400FMU 0.8 1 Ir Im 6 5 7 8 9 10 0 Ir Im 6 400A 5 10 I A-2-11 . Im Overload protection (thermal) Setting current.9 0.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.

. 0. 1×In (3 settings) 300 ● 350 ● 400 ● Short . ATU for TS400U Characteristics Thermal magnetic trip units(FTU/FMU/ATU) .FMU : Adjustable thermal & fixed magnetic unit . FMU. 6.FTU : Fixed thermal & magnetic unit .10×In(6 settings) Catalogue numbering system TS400U ATU Trip unit function .circuit protection(magnetic) Current setting(A) Im FTU FMU ATU Fixed 10×In Fixed 10×In Adjustable 5. 9.9. 8. 7.TS400U : TS400NU. 1×In (3 settings) Adjustable 0.. 0.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.9. TS400U Rating(A) at 40℃ In TS400U Overload protection(thermal) Current setting(A) Ir FTU FMU ATU In=Ir (Fixed) Adjustable 0.ATU : Adjustable thermal & adjustable magnetic unit MCCB frame type .8. TS400HU A-2-12 .8.

Im Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed In 10 In In In 10 10 10 300 3000 3000 3000 3000 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 Trip unit rating.9 1 TS400U ATU 0. FMU.8 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 In 10 In 5 In 0.8 0.9 In 1.0 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 In 10 A-2-13 .9 1 300 300 240 270 300 240 270 300 Trip unit rating.8 In 0. Ir TS400U FTU TS400U FMU 0.9 In Adjustable In In In 6 7 8 9 In 10 In 5 In 1.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.8 0. ATU for TS400U Setting details Thermal overload protection Trip unit type Setting Ir TS400U FTU TS400U FMU Fixed 0.0 In TS400U ATU Setting current. In (A) 350 3500 400 4000 4000 4000 4000 2000 2400 2800 3200 3600 4000 2000 2400 2800 3200 3600 4000 2000 2400 2800 3200 3600 4000 In 5 In 0. In (A) 350 350 400 400 320 360 400 320 360 400 Magnetic short-circuit protection Trip unit type Setting current.

8 1 TS800U FMU .9 0. ATU for TS800U Configuration Trip unit identification Ratings (A). FMU.8 1 Ir Im 0 Ir Im I Im=8000A 800A TS800U ATU t 0.8 1 TS800U ATU .9 0. Ir TS800U FTU .9 0. Im Overload protection (thermal) Setting current.Fixed thermal fixed magnetic trip unit TS800FTU Im=8000A Ir Im TS800U FMU 800A t 0.8 1 Ir Im 6 5 7 8 9 10 0 Ir Im 6 800A I A-2-14 .MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.Adjustable thermal adjustable magnetic trip unit 7 8 9 5 10 TS800ATU 0.9 0. In at 40°C Number of pole Short circuit protection (magnetic) Setting current.Adjustable thermal fixed magnetic trip unit TS800FMU 0.

10×In (6 settings) Catalogue numbering system TS800U ATU Trip unit function .. FMU.8. 8.9.. 0.9. 6.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU. 9.circuit protection(magnetic) Current setting(A) Im FTU FMU ATU Fixed 10×In Fixed 10×In Adjustable 5.FTU : Fixed thermal & magnetic unit . ATU for TS800U Characteristics Thermal magnetic trip units(FTU/FMU/ATU) . 7. TS800HU A-2-15 .1×In (3 settings) Adjustable 0.1×In (3 settings) 500 ● 600 ● 700 ● 800 ● Short .TS800U : TS800NU. 0. TS800U Rating(A) at 40℃ In TS800U Overload protection(thermal) Current setting(A) Ir FTU FMU ATU Fixed Adjustable 0.ATU : Adjustable thermal & adjustable magnetic unit MCCB frame type .FMU : Adjustable thermal & fixed magnetic unit .8.

Ir TS800U FTU TS800U FMU 0.0 In TS800U ATU Setting current.8 In 0.9 1 500 500 400 450 500 400 450 500 Trip unit rating.9 In 1.9 In Adjustable In In In In 6 7 8 9 10 In 5 In 1. FMU.8 In Adjustable In In In In 6 7 8 9 10 500 5000 5000 5000 5000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 Trip unit rating. In (A) 600 6000 6000 6000 6000 3000 3600 4200 4800 5400 6000 3000 3600 4200 4800 5400 6000 3000 3600 4200 4800 5400 6000 700 7000 800 8000 8000 8000 8000 2000 4800 5600 6400 7200 8000 2000 4800 5600 6400 7200 8000 2000 4800 5600 6400 7200 8000 In 5 In 0. Im Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed In 10 In 10 In 10 In 10 In 5 In 0.9 1 TS800U ATU 0.8 0.8 0. In (A) 600 600 480 540 600 480 540 600 700 700 800 800 640 720 800 640 720 800 Magnetic short-circuit protection Trip unit type Setting current.0 In Adjustable In In In In 6 7 8 9 10 A-2-16 . ATU for TS800U Setting details Thermal overload protection Trip unit type Setting Ir TS800U FTU TS800U FMU Fixed 0.MCCBs for power distribution Thermal magnetic trip units FTU.

3 600 A-2-17 . Ui Rated short-circuit making capacity.Molded case switch The Molded case switch are different from the circuit-breakers in the absence of the conventional protection unit. TD125U . Ith No. TD series TD125U Frame size Conventional thermal current. Icw 1s 3s 20s Isolation behavior Trip unit (release) ●Molded case switch Connection fixed front-connection rear-connection plug-in front-connection rear-connection Mechanical life Electrical life @415 V AC Basic dimensions. TS800U MCS are self protected.. Icm Rated short-time withstand current. Ue Rated operational current. thanks to their high-set magnetic release. They keep the overall dimensions. However. W×H×D (front connection) Weight (front connection) Reference standard 2-pole 3-pole 2-pole 3-pole [operations] [operations] [mm] [mm] [kg] [kg] MCS [kV] [V] [kA peak] [A rms] [A rms] [A rms] AC DC [V] [V] [AF] [A] 125 125 2. connection systems and accessories unchanged from the corresponding circuit-breakers. Ie Rated impulse withstand voltage. Installation standards require upstream protection. of poles Rated operational voltage.Uimp Rated insulation voltage..

3 600 Trip unit identification A-2-18 . 3 600 TS400U 400 400 2.Molded case switch TS series TS250U 250 250 2. 3 600 TS800U 800 800 2.

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UVT Shunt release. Alarm switch (AL) and Fault alarm switch (FAL) Possible configuration of electrical auxiliaries A-3-1 A-3-2 A-3-3 A-3-4 Rotary handles Rotary handles A-3-5 Locking devices Removable locking device Fixed locking device A-3-7 A-3-8 Interlock Mechanical interlocking device A-3-9 . SHT Auxiliary switch (AX).TD & TS MCCB Index A-3. Accessories Electrical auxiliaries Undervoltage release.

5 TD125U.2kgf∙cm A-3-1 .75 1.73 1. The undervoltage release can be easily installed in the left accessory compartment of the Susol TD and TS circuit-breakers.opening time (ms) Tightening torque of terminal screw Transformer operating voltage (V) . and after tripping. UVT The undervoltage release automatically opens a circuit breaker when voltage drops to a value ranging between 35% to 70% of the line voltage.67 1.Rise (Circuit breaker can be switched on) 0. UVT �Range of tripping voltage: 0.35 50 8.64 1.85Vn (exceed) �Frequency (only AC): 45Hz ~ 65Hz Technical data Control voltage (V) AC/DC 24V Power consumption AC/DC 48V AC/DC 110~130V AC 200~240V/DC 250V AC 380~440V AC 440~480V Max. the undervoltage release must be operating before the circuit breaker can be closed.85Vn 0.09 0.65 1.35Vn ~0.7~1. TS800U Applicable MCCBs 8.Drop (Circuit breaker trips) . Undervoltage release.2kgf∙cm mA 27 23 5.10 0.21 1.8 5. Continuously energized. TS250U. the circuit breaker cannot be reclosed again until the voltage returns to 85% of line voltage.4 3. TS400U.68 Consumption AC (VA) DC (W) 0. And.8 3. The operation is instantaneous. the electrical auxiliaries can be easily installed in the accessory compartment of the circuit breakers which is cassette type.35 ~ 0.7Vn �MCCB making is possible voltage: 0.Accessories Electrical auxiliaries The following devices are installed into all TD & TS circuit breakers regardless of frame size.

58 1. SHT The shunt release opens the mechanism in response to an externally applied voltage signal.2kgf∙cm Click A-3-2 .5 2.Accessories Electrical auxiliaries Shunt release. �Range of operational voltage: 0.36 1.2kgf∙cm mA 30 24 25 10. The releases include coil clearing contacts that automatically clear the signal circuit when the mechanism has tripped.37 1.80 1. TS250U.36 0.3 TD125U.5 7.88 50 8.7 ~ 1.58 1. TS400U.opening time (ms) Tightening torque of terminal screw 0.1Vn �Frequency (only AC): 45Hz ~ 65Hz The shunt release can be installed in the left accessory compartment of the Susol TD & TS circuit-breakers. TS800U Applicable MCCBs 8.15 Consumption AC (VA) DC (W) 0. SHT Technical data Control voltage (V) DC 12V Power consumption AC/DC 24V AC/DC 48V AC/DC 110~130V AC 220~240V/DC250V AC 380~500V Max.23 1.22 1.

or undervoltage release conditions. TS250U.Accessories Electrical auxiliaries Auxiliary switch (AX). TS400U. and vice-versa. this switch does not function when the breaker is operated manually. Alarm switch (AL) Auxiliary switch (AX) Auxiliary switch is for applications requiring remote “ON” and “OFF” indication.2 TD125U.4 0.4 0. In other words. TS800U A-3-3 . They are particularly useful in automated plants where operators must be signaled about changes in the electrical distribution system.2 Ie Inductance 3 2 3 0. Each switch contains two contacts having a Alarm switch (AL) Alarm switches offer provisions for immediate audio or visual indication of a tripped breaker due to overload. Its contact is open when the circuit breaker is reset. short circuit. common connection. Contact operation MCCB AL ON AXa1 AXc1 AXb1 OFF AXc1 TRIP AXa1 AXb1 Position of AX Position of AL AXa1 AXc1 AXb1 AXc1 AXa1 AXb1 Technical data Conventional thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie with rated operational voltage Ue . shunt trip.Direct current DC 30V 125V 250V 5A Voltage Resistance 5 3 4 0.Altemating current 50/60Hz AC 125V 250V 500V . One is open and the other closed when the circuit breaker is open. AX This switch features a closed contact when the circuit breaker is tripped automatically.

Accessories Electrical auxiliaries Possible configuration of electrical auxiliaries Maximum possibilities Phase Accessory AX R (Left) AL SHT or UVT T (Right) AX AL TD125U 1 1 2 TS250U 1 1 1 1 TS400U 3 1 1 TS800U 3 1 2 TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U AL AX AX SHT/ UVT SHT/ UVT AX AL *FAL AX AX AX AX AL *FAL AX AX AX AL AL SHT/ UVT *FAL SHT/ UVT A-3-4 .

Accessories Rotary handles Extended handles The rotary handle operating mechanism is available in either the direct version or in the extended version on the compartment door. MCCB TD125U TS250U TS400U Flange handle (Cable operating handle) Flange Handle FH1 FH2 FH3 FH4 TS800U A-3-5 . also can be selected various length (4 types) at each frames. This device is designed to easily installed and operated for its own flexibility And. MCCB TD125U TS250U TS400U Extended rotary handles Extended Handle EH1 EH2 EH3 EH4 TS800U Flange Handle The flange hanle is operated by cable and can be applied on the compartment door.

The locking device is designed to be easily attached to the circuit-breaker. This device allows the handle to be locked in the “OFF” position. Removable locking device MCCB TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U Padlockable device PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 “OFF” position Function The locking device for the toggle handle can be installed in 2-pole and 3-pole circuit-breakers.3inch(5~8mm) may be used.2~0. Maximum three (3) padlocks with shackle diameters ranging from 0. Pad-lock 0.2~0.Accessories Locking devices Removable locking device Removable locking device is available for all TD & TS circuit breakers.2inch (30mm) Padlock dimensions A-3-6 . Locking in the OFF position guarantee isolation according to UL489 File E223241. (Padlocks are not supplied) Cover Aux.3inch (5~8mm) 1.

2inch (30mm) Padlock dimensions ① ② TD125U ③ ④ ① ② TS250U ~ TS800U ③ ④ A-3-7 . ② Install the lock device onto the front of auxiliary cover of circuit breaker. The locking device for the toggle handle can be installed in 2-pole and 3-pole circuit-breakers. 0.3inch (5~8mm) diameter) 1. This device allows the handle to be locked in the “ON” and “OFF” position.2~0. Locking in the OFF position guarantee isolation according to IEC 60947-2.2~0. nominal dimension.3inch (5~8mm) How to use The locking device for the toggle handle is designed to be easily attached to the front of circuit-breaker. ① Please set the toggle handle in the position of “On” or “Off”. (1. ③ Folding the wings of lock device as shown in picture 3.2inch (30mm).3inch(5~8mm) may be used.Accessories Locking devices Fixed locking device Fixed locking device is available for all TD & TS circuit breakers. (Padlocks are not supplied) Fixed locking device MCCB TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U Padlockable device PHL1 PHL2 PHL3 PHL4 Lock in Off or On position Function 0.2~0. ④ The padlock to be used shall be that which is commercially available with the nominal dimension. Maximum three (3) padlocks with shackle diameters ranging from 0.

Accessories
Interlock

Mechanical interlocking device
The mechanical interlock (MIT) can be applied on the front of two breakers mounted side by side, in either the 3-pole version and prevents simultaneous closing of the two breakers. Fixing is carried out directly on the cover of the breakers.
Mechanical Interlock (Padlocks are not supplied)

The front interlocking plate allows installation of a padlock in order to fix the position. (possibility of locking in the O-O position as well) This mechanical interlocking device is very useful and simple for consisting of manual source-changeover system.

Operation
Frame type TD125U

MCCB Pole 3-pole 4-pole TS250U 3-pole 4-pole

Interlock MIT13 MIT14 MIT23 MIT24 MIT33 MIT34 MIT43 MIT44

Left MCCB: ON/OFF is possible Right MCCB: Off lock

TS400U

3-pole 4-pole

TS800U

3-pole 4-pole

Interlock handle Interlock bar

Left MCCB: Off lock Right MCCB: ON/OFF is possible

Both MCCBs are of locked

A-3-8

TD & TS MCCB Index

A-4. Technical information
Temperature derating Power dissipation / Resistance Application
Primary use of transformer Protection of lighting & heating circuits Use of circuit-breakers for capacitor banks Using circuit-breakers in DC networks Circuit breakers for 400Hz networks Protection of several kinds of loads
A-4-4 A-4-6 A-4-8 A-4-11 A-4-12 A-4-13 A-4-1 A-4-3

Protective coordination
Discrimination & Cascading Cascading, network 220/240V Cascading, network 380/415V Cascading, network 480/500V Protection discrimination table, Discrimination Type 2 Coordination according to IEC60947-4-1
A-4-15 A-4-16 A-4-19 A-4-22 A-4-25 A-4-31

How to calculate short-circuit current value
Various short-circuit With percent impedance With a simple formula Calculation example Combination of transformer and impedance Various short-circuit Calculation example Calculation graph
A-4-36 A-4-38 A-4-40 A-4-42 A-4-46 A-4-47 A-4-48 A-4-49

4°F 40°C 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 10°F 50°C 15 19 29 39 48 58 78 97 121 145 155 170 194 219 242 291 341 388 484 580 680 775 15.7°F 20°C 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 -1. overload-protection characteristics are slightly modified. A-4-1 . the maximum permissible current in the circuit breaker depends on the ambient temperature.Technical information Temperature derating A derating of the rated operational current of the Susol TD and TS molded case circuit breaker is necessary if the ambient temperature is greater than 40°C.1°F 70°C 13 18 26 35 44 53 71 88 110 131 141 156 176 201 220 264 314 353 441 525 625 705 26. But.6°F 60°C 14 19 28 38 47 56 75 94 117 140 150 165 188 213 234 281 331 375 469 571 661 750 21. when the ambient temperature is greater than 40°C.2°F 10°C 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 -6.1°F 30°C 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 4. Namely. Electronic trip units are not affected by variations in temperature. Susol TD & TS series MCCB with thermal-magnetic trip units MCCB Rating (A) 15 20 30 40 TD125U 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 TS250U 200 225 250 300 TS400U 350 400 500 TS800U 600 700 800 Fixed MCCB (c/w Thermal-magnetic trip unit) -12.7°F 80°C 12 16 24 33 41 49 66 82 103 121 131 146 164 189 205 246 296 328 410 487 587 656 Note) TD160 1pole MCCB is not applied to temperature derating.

00 21.78 200 0.00 125 0.50 367.30 36.84 2.62 15.35 60 1.30 26.80 3.93 47.70 7.25 400 0.40 225 0.79 47.40 800 0.80 230. �Resistance per pole (R/pole): Milliohms (mΪ) (measured cold).47 100 0.05 AF Rating (A) Fixed MCCB R (m Ϊ) Watt single pole Watt three poles 150 0.59 8.68 143.50 TS800U (2P & 3P) 600 0.67 TD125U (2P & 3P) 40 1.49 122.30 47.82 80.25 12.80 176.25 15.60 2.61 9.10 80 0.75 110.91 5. �Total power dissipation is the value measured at In.10 4.40 529.34 3. for a 3 pole or 4 pole circuit breaker (Power= 3I2R) A-4-2 .89 11.30 20 5.46 TS400U(2P & 3P) 350 0.95 41.82 17.52 15.60 1.62 13.43 4.87 47.12 58.52 20.38 AF Rating (A) Fixed MCCB R (m Ϊ) Watt single pole Watt three poles 300 0.53 28.20 700 0.40 �Power dissipated per pole (P/pole): Watts (W).12 76.97 250 0.85 160 0.04 AF Rating (A) Fixed MCCB R (m Ϊ) Watt single pole Watt three poles 500 0.24 6.94 50 1.66 37.Technical information Power dissipation / Resistance Susol TD & TS series MCCB with thermal-magnetic trip units AF Rating (A) Fixed MCCB R (m Ϊ) Watt single pole Watt three poles 15 5.72 30 3.37 13.83 10.62 TS250U (2P & 3P) 175 0.80 62. 50/60 Hz.49 176.

it’s recommended to select proper circuit breakers according to the continuous current carrying capacity of transformer. So.Technical information Application Primary use of transformer Application for transformer protection Transformer excitation surge current may possibly exceed 10 times rated current. AC240V Capacity of 3 phase transformer (kVA) Capacity of single phase transformer (kVA) Breaking capacity (kA) (sym) Frame (A) 125 250 400 800 Below 1500 Below 300 50 TD125NU TS250NU TS400NU TS800NU TD125HU TS250HU TS400HU TS800HU 100 Below 1500 Below 2000 - AC480V Capacity of 3 phase transformer (kVA) Breaking capacity (kA) (sym) Frame (A) 125 250 400 800 TD125NU TS250NU TS400NU TS800NU Below 2000 35 TD125HU TS250HU TS400HU TS800HU 65 Below 3000 A-4-3 . It requires to consider separately whether transformer is single phase or three phase. The below table indicates the proper molded case circuit breaker suitable for each transformer. with a danger of nuisance tripping of the MCCB. The excitation surge current will vary depending upon the supply phase angle at the time of switching. and also on the level of core residual magnetism.

Technical information Application Primary use of transformer Application for transformer protection (MCCBs for Transformer-Primary Use) Transformers are used to change in the supply voltage. the phenomenon decays in a few seconds. Manufacturers data and tests have indicated that a protective device feeding a transformer must be capable of carrying the following current values without tripping. The peak value of the first half cycle may reach values of 15 to 25 times the effective rated current. for both medium and low voltage supplies. TD125U. For a protective device capable of protecting these units this must be taken into account. TS250U~800U equipped with Thermal magnetic trip units 1 phase 240V 3 to 4 4 to 5 5 to 7 7 to 9 9 to 12 12 to 14 14 to 19 19 to 24 24 to 30 30 to 36 36 to 42 42 to 48 48 to 54 54 to 60 60 to 72 72 to 84 84 to 96 96 to 120 120 to 144 144 to 168 168 to 192 Transformer ratings (kVA) 3 phase 240V 1 phase 415V 5 to 6 6 to 8 9 to 12 13 to 16 16 to 20 20 to 24 24 to 32 32 to 41 41 to 51 51 to 62 62 to 72 72 to 83 83 to 93 93 to 103 103 to 124 124 to 145 145 to 166 166 to 207 207 to 249 249 to 290 290 to 332 3 phase 415V 8 to 10 10 to 14 14 to 21 21 to 28 28 to 35 35 to 43 43 to 57 57 to 71 71 to 89 89 to 107 107 to 125 125 to 143 143 to 161 161 to 179 179 to 215 215 to 251 251 to 287 287 to 359 359 to 431 431 to 503 503 to 575 MCCB rated current (A) 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 FTU FMU ATU Trip unit A-4-4 . during which the current may reach values higher than the rated full load current. The choice of the protection devices should be considered transient insertion phenomena.

in some cases. switchingsurge magnitudes and times are normally not sufficient to cause serious tripping problems. there may also be an inrush current with a value of approximately 1. Upon supply of a lighting installation. lasting up to some minutes. Generally.Technical information Application Protection of lighting & heating circuits In the lighting & heating circuits. such as incandescent lamps. or other large starting-current equipment. AC220V The maximum operating current (A) 12 16 24 32 40 48 64 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 400 480 560 640 The rated Breaking capacity (kA) current of sym MCCB (A) 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 TS800NU TS800HU TS400NU TS400HU TS250NU TS250HU TD125NU TD125HU 50 100 A-4-5 . and is present for a few milliseconds. it is recommended to make the maximum operating current not to exceed 80% of the related current. for a brief period an initial current exceeding the rated current (corresponding to the power of the lamps) circulates on the network. But. mercury arc lamps. This possible peak has a value of approximately 15÷20 times the rated current. metal halide and sodium vapour. The correct dimensioning of the switching and protection devices must take these problems into account.5÷3 times the rated current. the proper selection should be considered.

Technical information Application Protection of lighting & heating circuits AC480V The maximum operating current (A) 12 16 24 32 40 48 64 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 400 480 560 640 The rated Breaking capacity (kA) current of sym MCCB (A) 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 TS800NU TS800HU TS400NU TS400HU TS250NU TS250HU TD125NU TD125HU 35 65 A-4-6 .

Characteristics of welding device Capacity (kVA) Maximum input (kVA) Applied circuit breaker (MCCB 2P) 240V (Single phase) 415V (Single phase) 15 35 TD125NU/HU 125A TD125NU/HU 50A 30 65 TS250NU/HU 150A TD125NU/HU 125A 55 140 TS250NU/HU 250A TD125NU/HU 125A A-4-7 .Technical information Application Protection of resistance welding circuits Short circuit protection for resistance welding devices can be obtained by applying molded case circuit breaker properly. It's recommended to select proper circuit breaker according to the characteristics of welding devices as the follow table. but trip instantaneously if a short circuit develops. These breakers permit normally high welding currents.

such as: . reactive power compensation or power factor correction is generally undertaken. a further tolerance of up to 15% of the real value of the power must be taken into consideration. The compensation can be carried out by the fixed capacitors and automatic capacitor banks. as a consequence of its inductive nature.Discharge lamps. Resistance-type soldering machines. the power fed into the system is used as active power and costs will be saved through a reduction in Examples of equipment which consume reactive energy are all those receivers which require magnetic fields or arcs in order to operate. rapidly falling to normal operating values.3 times the rated current of the capacitor. and which it must also be able to switch. According to the relevant standards IEC 60831-1/IEC 70.5W/kvar in low voltage) and voltage drops in the power distribution system. Induction heating ovens. L1 L2 L3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Breaker 1 2 3 4 5 Contactor 6 O/L At the instant of closing a switch to energize a capacitor. so that high peak values of current will occur for a brief period. As a result. This means that reactive energy is always consumed.Power Transformers: Power transformers are normally always connected. Welding equipments. Additionally. the reactive energy increases when the transformer is loaded. the disadvantages of installing capacitors are sensitivity to over-voltages and to the presence of nonlinear loads. Also. capacitors must function under normal operating conditions with the current having a RMS value up to 1. However.Technical information Application Use of circuit-breakers for capacitor banks Application for protection of capacitor circuit C Capacitor circuit In order to reduce system losses (less than 0. The amount of reactive power consumed is between 20% and 25% of the rated power of the motor (depending on its speed). the current is limited only by the impedance of the network upstream of the capacitor.5 (RMS value) T1 T2 T3 C M Motor L1 L2 L3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Breaker 1 2 3 4 5 Contactor 6 O/L T1 T2 T3 C M Motor L1 L2 L3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Breaker 1 2 3 4 5 6 Breaker 1 2 3 4 5 Contactor 6 O/L C T1 T2 M T3 Motor Usual connection diagram A-4-8 .Asynchronous motors: An asynchronous motor is a large consumer of inductive reactive energy. is calculated as follows: Maximum expected rated current = Rated current of the capacitor bank×1. The maximum current with which the selected circuit-breaker can be constantly loaded. Arc furnaces the capacitive and inductive power factors. . . Dielectric type heating ovens.

�The rated current determines the rating and size of the circuit-breaker (Equipment) Setting range of the trip values �Thermal overload protection: Same setpoints as in 50/60Hz circuits DC networks. -(N) +(P) -(N) +(P) Load Load Recommended wiring method for DC500V circuit Recommended wiring method for DC600V circuit Model TD125NU TS250NU TS400NU Thermal magnetic TS800NU TD125HU TS250HU TS400HU TS800HU Trip unit Applicable to DC circuits ○ ○ ○ ○ Breaking capacity (kA) 42 FTU FMU ATU 50 65 85 A-4-9 . The circuit-breakers with electronic overcurrent releases are not suitable for DC networks. �The rated voltage determines the number of poles in series necessary for breaking �The maximum short-circuit current at the connection point determines the breaking capacity �Instantaneous short-circuit protection: The response threshold increases by maximum 40%. The following wiring diagrams are recommended since the current must flow through all current paths in order to conform to the thermal tripping characteristic curve.Technical information Application Using circuit-breakers in DC networks Susol circuit-breakers for protection of power distribution with thermal overload and magnetic short-circuit trip units are suitable for usage in Circuit-breaker selection criteria The followings are the most important criteria for selection of suitable circuit breaker for DC networks.

8 TS250NU.8 FTU FMU ATU 0.Technical information Application Circuit breakers for 400Hz networks When circuit breakers are used at high frequencies.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 TS800NU.8 0.8 0. materials and the increase of the associated thermal phenomena. Rated current (A) at 400Hz= K1× rated current (A) at 50/60Hz Instantaneous current (A) at 400Hz = K2×Instantaneous current (A) at 50/60Hz Thermal magnetic trip units TD and TS series performance table at 400Hz Rated current (A) in 400 Hz 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 Note) K1×Multiplier factor of rated current (In) K2-Multiplier factor of instantaneous current due to the induced magnetic fields FTU-Fixed Thermal and magnetic trip unit FMU×Adjustable thermal and fixed magnetic trip unit ATU×Adjustable thermal and magnetic trip unit Applied circuit breaker (MCCB) Multiplier factors (K1.8 0. with alternating current) as appropriate derating coefficients are applied. TS400HU 0.8 0. TS250HU TS400NU. the tripping threshold of the thermal element (ln) decreases as the frequency increases because of the reduced conductivity of the Instantaneous trip The magnetic threshold increases with the increase in frequency.8 0.8 0.8 0. the breakers in many cases require to be derated as the increased resistance of the copper sections resulting from the skin effect produced by eddy currents at 400Hz. TS800HU A-4-10 .8 0.8 0.8 K2 (Magnetic trip units) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 TD125NU.8 0.8 0.8 0. K2) Trip unit K1 (Thermal trip units) 0. TD125HU 0. �Standard production breakers can be used with alternating currents with frequencies other than 50/60 Hz (the frequencies to which the rated performance of the device refer.8 0. Thermal magnetic trip units Thermal trip As can be seen from the data shown in below.

5 45 52.6 60.4 26 34 48 65 79 93 125 160 190 230 310 360 15 20 30 40 50 75 90 100 125 150 175 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 20 40 40 50 80 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 30 40 40 50 80 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 30 40 40 50 80 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 50 50 50 80 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 80 80 80 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 100 100 100 100 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 125 125 125 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 160 160 160 160 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 200 200 200 200 200 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 200 250 250 250 250 300 400 400 500 500 700 700 800 300 300 400 300 400 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 700 700 700 700 800 800 500 500 500 500 500 500 700 700 800 500 500 500 500 500 700 700 800 630 630 700 700 700 800 700 700 700 800 800 A-4-11 .5 6.Technical information Application Protection of several kinds of loads Application for protection of several kinds of loads It requires to select proper circuit breakers according to the characteristics of loads when they are installed to protect several kinds of loads. ΣIM≤ Σ IL Ib Iw M IM1 M IM2 IL1 IL2 Permissible current in cable or wire: IW The rated current of circuit breaker: Ib IW ≥ ΣIM + ΣIL Choose the low value among two formulas: Ib ≥ 3ΣIM + Σ IL.0 14.3 73.5IW Iw ≥ 1.4 40.2 12 15.1ΣIM + Σ IL In case of.00 2.3405hp Capacity of the highest motor (HP/ A) The maximum operating current 1.95 4.2 49.3 8.1 17. IL: others) In case of.8 8 11. 120.25ΣIM + Σ IL It’s permitted to select the above value only if IW (above 100A) isn’t subject to the rated current of circuit breaker.8 29.5 125 150 175 1kw 1.7 75 86. IW ≥ 1. 5 0 5 5 0 0 9 1 0 2 3 53 64 (below A) 4. ΣIM ≤ 50A Ib Iw M IM1 M IM2 IL1 IL2 In case of.2 30 37. and Ib ≤ 2.01 2. Ib ΣIM � 50A Iw M IM1 M IM2 IL1 IL2 The rated current of breakers as the main circuit of 3 phase inductive loads (AC 220V) Capacity of loads In total (below kW) 3 4. ΣIM � Σ IL. It's needed to consider the maximum operating current and the capacity of loads in total so as to select the rated current of breakers.5 112.5 63.1 24.7 100. Selection of circuit breaker protecting the several loads simultaneously The kind of loads (IM: motors.7 20.96 7.7 19.5 23.37 10. ΣIM� Σ IL.2 97.

2.4 26 34 48 65 79 93 125 160 190 230 310 360 220 7.5 10 15 20 25 38 45 50 63 75 88 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 500 600 20 20 20 40 40 50 50 80 80 20 20 20 40 40 50 50 80 80 20 20 20 40 40 50 50 80 80 40 40 40 40 50 50 80 80 40 40 40 50 50 80 80 50 50 50 50 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 80 100 125 80 100 125 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 125 160 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 125 160 200 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 160 200 250 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 200 250 250 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 250 250 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 250 300 400 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 400 400 500 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 400 400 500 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 500 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 700 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 800 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 800 Notes) The above mentioned technical data is defined under the usage conditions as follows .5 45 52.7 100.8 29.3405hp The maximum operating 1.7 19.00 2.01 0 4.37 5 5 0 0 9 1 0 2 3 53 64 45 (below A) 4.2 49.5 23.96 7.4 40.0 14.1 17. The capacity of highest motor is also applied when several loads starts up simultaneously. The circuit breaker is tripped within 10seconds in 600% of the current of the fully operating loads.8 8 11.5 6. 3.5 112.2 97.3 73.2 12 15.5 125 150 175 200 250 300 Capacity of the highest motor (HP/ A) 1kw 1.7 75 86.6 60.5 63. 120.2 30 37. 147. 1.7 20.Technical information Application Protection of several kinds of loads The rated current of breakers as the main circuit of 3 phase inductive loads (AC 440V) Capacity of loads In total (below kW) 3 4.1 24.95 10. A-4-12 . The start-up input current is set within 1700% of the current of the fully operating loads.3 8. current 5 2.

The MCCBs downstream cannot handle this maximum fault current and rely on the opening of the upstream breaker for protection. they can be used to provide this ‘cascade back-up’ protection for downstream circuit breakers. the protective device on the No discrimination In case of a fault. whereby only the main (upstream) breaker has adequate interrupting capacity for the maximum available fault current. The advantage of the cascade back-up approach is that it facilitates the use of low cost.Technical information Protective coordination Discrimination & Cascading The primary purpose of a circuit protection system is to prevent damage to series connected equipment and to minimize the area and duration of power loss. the discrimination Total discrimination (total selectivity) Over-current discrimination where. in the presence of two over-current protective devices in series. the protective device on the Partial discrimination (partial selectivity) Over-current discrimination where. As Susol TD & TS circuit breakers have a very considerable current limiting effect. without causing the other protective device to operate. Discrimination Main breaker Comtinuous supply According to IEC60947-2. thereby offering savings in both the cost and size of equipment. in the presence of two over-current protective devices in series. The next is the type of system to be used. main and branch circuit can be defined as follows. breakers open. load side effects the protection without causing the other protective device to operate. Fault point A-4-13 . The two major types are: Discrimination and cascading. low fault level breakers downstream. Branch breaker Healthy circuit Short-circuit point load side effects the protection up to a given level of over-current. The first consideration is whether an air circuit breaker or molded case circuit breaker is the most suitable. Main breaker Branch breaker Cascading This is an economical approach to the use of circuit breakers.

network 240V Complementary technical information Main: Susol UL TD Branch: Susol UL TD.Technical information Protective coordination Cascading. TS TD125NU 50 TD125HU 100 75 75 75 75 TS250NU 50 TS250HU 100 75 75 75 75 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 50 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 50 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 TS400NU 50 - TS400HU 100 75 75 75 75 - TS800NU 50 -- TS800HU 100 75 75 75 75 - A-4-14 .

Technical information Protective coordination Cascading. network 480V Complementary technical information Main: Susol UL TD Branch: Susol UL TD. TS TD125NU 35 TD125HU 65 50 50 50 50 TS250NU 35 TS250HU 65 50 50 50 50 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 35 65 35 65 35 65 35 65 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 35 65 35 65 35 65 35 65 TS400NU 35 - TS400HU 65 50 50 50 50 - TS800NU 35 - TS800HU 65 50 50 50 50 - A-4-15 .

Technical information Protective coordination Cascading. network 600V Complementary technical information Main: Susol UL TD Branch: Susol UL TD. TS TD125NU 10 TD125HU 14 12 12 TS250NU 10 TS250HU 18 14 16 14 16 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 10 14 10 18 14 20 18 25 Main breaker Branch breaker Rated breaking capacity (kArms) TD125NU TD125HU Susol TS250NU TD & TS TS250HU TS400NU TS400HU TS800NU TS800HU 10 14 10 18 14 20 18 25 TS400NU 14 12 12 - TS400HU 20 15 17 15 19 17 19 - TS800NU 18 14 16 14 16 - TS800HU 25 17 19 17 21 19 22 21 - A-4-16 .

63kA 0.25kA 1.63kA 0.25kA T T 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50KA T T 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 1.25kA 0.Technical information Protective coordination Protection discrimination table.5kA 0.5kA 0.63kA 0.8kA 0.8kA 0.63kA 0.63kA 0.5kA 0.8kA 0. Discrimination Complementary technical information Main: TD125U (Thermal magnetic) Branch breaker Main breaker Rating (A) 15 15 20 30 40 N 50 60 80 Susol TD & TS 100 Trip unitsThermal magnetic 125 15 20 30 40 H 50 60 80 100 125 150 160 N Susol TD & TS H 175 200 225 Trip unitsThermal magnetic 250 150 160 175 200 225 250 1.8kA 0.25kA 1.63kA 0.5kA 0.8kA 0.63kA 0.5kA 0.8kA 0.8kA 0.8kA Branch: TD125U (Thermal magnetic) TS 250NU/ HU Trip units-Thermal magnetic 160 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 175 T T T T T T T T 200 T T T T T T T T 4kA T T 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 4kA 225 T T T T T T T T 4kA T T 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 4kA 1.8kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA T T 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 50kA 20 30 TD125NU/HU Trip units-Thermal magnetic 40 50 60 80 100 125 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 1.6kA 1.8kA 0.8kA 0.63kA 0.63kA 0.5kA 0.5kA 0.8kA 0.5kA 0.25kA 1.25kA A-4-17 .5kA 0.6kA 1.5kA 0.25kA 150 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 2kA 0.5kA 0.5kA 0.63kA 0.

5-4 3.5 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 12-18 14.41 (10) 14.8 Type TD125U MCCB Rating Ir (A) 15 Contactor Type MC-9 Thermal overload relay Type MT-32 Setting range (A) 1.959 (3.1 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 5-8 8.5) 10.Technical information Protective coordination SCCR according to UL489 MCCB MC Performance: Ue=240V MCCB TD125U NU 50kA HU 100kA TOR Motor hp (kW) 0.5 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 12-18 20 TD125U 20 MC-40 MT-63 16-22 27 TD125U 30 MC-40 MT-63 24-36 32 TD125U 40 MC-85 MT-95 28-40 35 TD125U 40 MC-85 MT-95 28-40 39 TD125U 40 MC-85 MT-95 34-50 52 TD125U 60 MC-85 MT-95 45-65 A-4-18 .2) 4.37) 0.5-4 4.75) 1.37 (5.95 (2.5 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 9-13 13.7) 5.4 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 4-6 6.36 (4) 7.1) 2.5) 2.01 (1.005 (0.6-2.5 2.55) 1.02 (3) 4.5) 12.7 TD125U 15 MC-40 MT-63 9-13 11.06 (9) 13.05 (7.75 TD125U 15 MC-32 MT-32 2.5 TD125U 15 MC-32 MT-32 2.737 (0.11 (15) A 1.745 (11) 20.474 (1.49 (0.

5 18.6 1.5 2.95 (2.55) 1.5 11.41 (10) 14.5) 10.005 (0.5) 12.5) 29.11 (15) 24.5 5 6.2) 4.5 15.80 (18.02 (3) 4.06 (9) 13.36 (4) 7.7 8.51 (25) A 1.6 3.474 (1.05 (7.7) 5.6-2.75) 1.37) 0.01 (1.03 1.5-4 4-6 5-8 6-9 7-10 9-13 12-18 16-22 16-22 16-22 24-36 28-40 34-50 45-65 A-4-19 .5) 2.959 (3.1) 2.6 2 2.5 20 22 30 37 44 52 Type TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U MCCB Rating Ir (A) 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 30 40 40 50 80 Contactor Type MC-9 MC-9 MC-9 MC-32 MC-32 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 Thermal overload relay Type MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 Setting range (A) 1-1.37 (5.737 (0.6 1-1.49 (0.49 (22) 33.6 7.Technical information Protective coordination SCCR according to UL489 MCCB MC Performance: Ue=480V MCCB TD125U NU 50kA HU 100kA TOR Motor hp (kW) 0.745 (11) 20.5-4 2.

75) 1.5) 2.474 (1.737 (0.1) 2.5-4 2.51 (25) A 0.80 (18.49 (0.7) 5.37 (5.9 10.4 Type TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U TD125U MCCB Rating Ir (A) 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 25 32 Contactor Type MC-9 MC-9 MC-9 MC-9 MC-32 MC-32 MC-32 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-40 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 MC-85 Thermal overload relay Type MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-32 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-63 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 MT-95 Setting range (A) 0.36 (4) 7.49 (22) 33.02 (3) 4.95 (2.6 8.9 1.959 (3.3 25.1 1.4-0.9 6.5 2 2.8 4.5) 29.63 0.2) 4.8 3.5 2.3 21.06 (9) 14.55) 1.01 (1.05 (7.63-1 1-1.5) 12.5) 10.6 1-1.37) 0.6-2.6 11.6 0.005 (0.11 (15) 24.5-4 4-6 4-6 5-8 7-10 9-13 9-13 12-18 16-22 18-25 24-36 A-4-20 .5 14 17.745 (11) 20.6 1.Technical information Protective coordination SCCR according to UL489 MCCB MC Performance: Ue=600V MCCB TD125U NU 50kA HU 100kA TOR Motor hp (kW) 0.4 4.

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How to calculate short-circuit current value Various short-circuit
The purpose of calculating short circuit values �Selection of circuit breakers, fuse. �Adjusting metering devices �Consideration for mechanical resistance �Consideration for thermal resistance Various value of short-circuit current should be applied to the tests for upper factors. Symmetrical current for AC and asymmetrical current for DC are used for classifying short circuit current. Their differences should be essentially considered in the basic step of making network plan. Symmetrical short-circuit current real value Short-circuit current is composed of AC and DC as it shows on <Fig.1>. The short-circuit which indicates the real value of AC is called as symmetrical short-current real value, l (rms)sym. This current is the essential factor of selecting MCCB, ACB, fuse.
AC+ DC (asymmetrical short-circuit current) DC AC

3-phases average asymmetrical shortcircuit current real value: l (rms)ave Each phase is different in its input current value in 3 phases circuit. So that AC rate for 3 phases is different. This value is the average of asymmetrical short-circuit current of 3 phases. And with symmetrical short-circuit current real value and short-circuit power factor, we can achieve the value, β and 3-phases average ‚ asymmetrical short circuit current real value is calculated with this formula. l (rms)ave= β (rms)sym l Maximum asymmetrical short-circuit current instantaneous value: lmax Each phase has different instantaneous current value. And when asymmetrical short-circuit current shows its maximum instantaneous value, the current value is called as maximum asymmetrical short-circuit current instantaneous value. This current is to test the mechanical strength of serial equipments. And with symmetrical short-circuit current real value and short-circuit power factor, we can achieve the value, γ and maximum asymmetrical short-circuit current instantaneous value is calculated with this formula. lmax= γ(rms)sym l

<Fig.1> Composition of short-circuit current

Maximum asymmetrical short-circuit current real value: l (rms)asym The short-circuit which indicates the real value of DC is called as asymmetrical short-circuit current real value. And this current value is changeable upon the short-circuit closing phase. This current value is treated for checking the thermal resistant strength of wrings, CT and etc. With symmetrical short-circuit current real value and short-circuit power factor, we can achieve the value, α from <Fig.5>. and maximum asymmetrical short-circuit current real value is calculated with this formula. l (rms)asym= α(rms)sym l

Network impedance for calculating shortcircuit current value Bellows should be considered for the calculation as the impedance components affecting circuit to trouble spot from shortcircuit power. a. Primary part impedance of incoming transformer It’s calculated from the shortcircuit current data which is provided by power supplier. Calculated value can be regarded as reactance. b. Impedance of incoming transformer Its amount is upon the capacity of transformer and primary voltage. Generally this impedance can be regarded as reactance and refer to <Table.4>, <Table.5>.

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How to calculate short-circuit current value Various short-circuit
c. Reactance of motor Motor works as generator and supply short circuit current in the condition of an accident circuit such as <Fig.2>. Generation factor of firm motor should be considered in a low voltage circuit where a circuit breaker operates quickly and in a high voltage circuit for the selection of fuse. Reactance of motor can be regarded in the range of 25% normally. d. Distribution impedance Impedance of cable and busduct do control short-circuit remarkably in low voltage network. Refer to <Table.5>, <Table.6>. e. Others MCCB, ACB CT are equipments for the network of low voltage. The impedance of these equipment which is calculated from short-circuit current value should be considered. Generally, the impedance of those equipment is that of rated current (normal condition), if operators apply that impedance value, bigger reactance value may be applied to calculated short-circuit current value.
Interphase voltage Between RS Between ST 400V 30kW Short-circuit

Between TR R current S current T current

<Fig.2> Short-circuit of motor

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How to calculate short-circuit current value With percent impedance
Ohm formula (Ϊ), percent impedance formula (%), unit formula (per unit) can be applied to calculate short-circuit current value. Ϊ Ohm formula [Ϊ] Short-circuit current value is calculated by converting into ohm value [Ϊ] Percent impedance formula (%) Each impedance is converted into the impedance of base value and base voltage. And the required amount for electric demand should be shown as percent unit. And apply that value in ohm formula. Unit formula The base value equals 1.0. and all value of network shows in the way of decimal system. Applying any of upper calculation formulas to achieve short-circuit current value, it shows equal value. To select a certain formula for doing it, operator can select one of those formula which is proper to oneself. Below is percent impedance formula. Finding base value The rated current of transformer shall be the base value. � Base capacity PB= PT kVA� Base voltage VB= VT V� � Base current IB= IT = PT ×103 �A� 3VT V V = �Ϊ� PB×103 PT×103
2 B 2 T

Converting impedance into base value a. Primary part impedance of transformer: %X1 PB %X1= ×100 �%� Q×103
Q: Primary part short-circuit capacity

b. Impedance of transformer: %ZT It generally indicates as percent impedance. If base capacity is equal to transformer capacity, %ZT can be used as it is. When base capacity is not equal to transformer capacity, convert values by this formula. PT PB = %ZT %ZB
%: value converted by base value

1phase transformer should converted into the value of 3 phase transformer, And the percent impedance is equal to 3 × 2 calculated urgent value. c. Reactance of motor: %Xm Transformer capacity shows the value in kW, so it is converted into unit, kVA. (kVA value) ≒1.5×(Output of motor, kW) %Xm= 25% Converting it from base capacity PB PM = %Xm %Xm
(Converting formula for different capacity)

d. Impedance of busduct, cable Cable: Area of cross-section & length Busduct: Rated current In <Fig.5>, <Fig.6> ZC = (Ϊ per each unit length)×(length) [Ϊ] Convert this value into % value. %ZC = ZC ZB

Base impedance ZB=

(% converting formula)

2cables in same dimension, it’s recommendable to divide the length by 2.

<Fig.3> Base value

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4> (a). Various electricity suppliers like source.5> <Fig. .4 (a)> %Z = %R + j %X %Z = (%R)2+ (%X)2 Calculating symmetrical short-circuit current real value <Fig. In case of 1 phase short-circuit Current value from (5) multiplied by 3 2 Each short-circuit current value (1∅)= 3 2 (3phases short-circuit current)×α(or γ ) Calculating impedance Calculate impedance as <Fig. %R short-circuit power factor cos ∅= %Z 3 phases average asymmetrical real value IF (rms)ave= β (rms)sym IF Maximum average asymmetrical real value IF (rms)asym=ΪIF (rms)sym Maximum asymmetrical instantaneous value IFmax= γ (rms)sym IF A-4-24 . As you find it on <Fig. motor have same electric potential in impedance map. extend it from the unlimited bus to fault point.4> Base value Calculating various short-circuit current value IF (3∅) = IF (rms)sym (3∅) = = P B×10 3 ×100 3VB�%Z IB ×100 A� � %Z Calculate various short-circuit current value with α β γvalues from <Fig.5> like .Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Preparing a impedance map Prepare impedance map according to the impedance value from (2). draw impedance map.4 (b)> in impedance map < Fig.

e. we recommend simple formula. i. 420V. Zt= 4.5 Ref 3) When the value is out of lines or over 200VA or below 100kA. PB= PT [kVA] VB= VT [V] IB= IT [A] VTB [Ϊ] ZB= PT×103 Ref 1) Calculation in the random voltage E Voltage line which is mostly close to E shall be selected to calculate it . Finding a base value It shall be the rated current of transformer. (200V line value)÷200/220 Ref 2) Calculation for a certain impedance Zt (%) Impedance line which is mostly close to Zt (%) shall be selected to calculate it.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value With a simple formula For its special cases.5% %Z=4% Line value (or 5% line) × 4 (or 5)/4.7> Transformer capacity and short-circuit current <Fig. calculate the current value as below formula) IA (R)= IB (%RT)2+ (%X1+%XT)2 PB ×100 [%] Q×103 ×100 A� � Short-circuit current to motor IA (M)= 4×Σ (Rated current of motor) Symmetrical short-circuit current at point A IA= IA (R)+IA (M) Decreasing coefficient caused by busduct ℓ∙IA Obtaining the value of 10VT Calculate decreasing coefficient from <Fig.8>. calculate it in the base of reactance. multiply 10 times to the calculated values. for the practical use.e. Regarding the reactance as pre-impedance at source part at point of <Fig. %ZT≒%TT IA (R) = IB ×100 A� � %X1+%XT A-4-25 . EB XC = 3 IC Reactance C~D: XD[Ϊ] (impedance of 1 ∅T) %X1 = If the value of %RT is not clear. i. in the other hand. <Fig. calculating exact value should be needed. Calculate short-circuit current value according to <Fig. in case of 220V.7>. (If the impedance value of primary part of transformer is considered.6> Base value Short-circuit current from incoming circuit Disregard the impedance value of primary part of transformer.10> Decreasing short-circuit current by reactance When there’s 1phase transformer in a certain circuit.

18 1.03 1.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Calculating the value of XD/XC and decreasing coefficient d from the reactance of <Fig.09 1.0 1.267×10-4 0.13>.02×10-4 1.60×10-4 0.11> Decreasing coefficient b in cable (600V IV) 2500 2501�5000 5001�1000 1001�15000 15001�25000 25000 1.578×10-4 0.02 1.9> Decreasing coefficient of short-circuit current by reactance: d Busduct Ratings (A) Material Size [mm] [Ϊ/m] Resistance Reactance Impedance R X Z [Ϊ/m] [Ϊ/m] [Ϊ/m] Coefficient d for cables ℓID Calculating the value of 10VT Decreasing coefficient b value is calculated from <Fig.13 1.33 1.17 2.500×10-4 2000 6×125×2 0. .315×10-4 0.64 1.221×10-4 0.74×10-4 0.17 1.48 1. Symmetrical short-circuit real value (A) Variables Maximum asymmetrical real value 3 phases short-circuit asymmetrical current average value Maximum asymmetrical instantaneous value 200 400 600 Cu 800 1000 1200 1500 3×25 6×40 6×50 6×75 6×100 6×125 6×150 2. For insulator drawn wrings.607×10-4 0.07 1.1> �3 phases short-circuit asymmetrical current average value IF IF (rms)ave= β (rms)sym �Maximum asymmetrical real value IF (rms)ave= α (rms)sym IF �Maximum asymmetrical instantaneous value IF (rms)ave= γ (rms)sym IF <Table.13 1.412×10-4 0.05 2. If not find 3 values from <Table.5>.129×10-4 0. from <Fig.0 1.830×10-4 0.678×10-4 0. Short-circuit current at ED voltage base ID (rms)sym∙3∅= d∙IC (rms)sym∙3∅×EC/ED 1 phase short-circuit (Each current)= 3 ×3 phases short-circuit current 2 ×γ(or α ) General busduct <Fig. we can find the value directly from <Fig. find αβγ .261×10-4 0.312×10-4 2.13>. Calculating symmetrical short-circuit current real value IF (rms)sym= b×ID[D] Various short-circuit current In case of having short-circuit current power factor.516×10-4 0.12> Decreasing coefficient b in cable (600V IV) A-4-26 .41×10-4 1.449×10-4 0.91×10-4 1. values when short circuit power factor value is not definite.10> Decreasing coefficient of general busduct (Cu) <Fig.72×10-4 0.094×10-4 0.800×10-4 <Fig.79×10-4 0.29 <Fig. Current at point D ID=d∙IC Impedance of 1 phase transformer XD= X (1∅) 1 2 a.25 1.9>.94 2. . Short-circuit current at EC voltage base ID (rms)sym∙3∅= d∙IC (rms)sym∙3∅ b.751×10-4 1.2> α β γ .

38 0.88 �%� 0.00007×50 ×100= 1.4% %XT= 4.13> <Fig.5 750 %Xm4 = 115×1.00013×10 × ×100= 0.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Calculation example Calculation1) Short-circuit current value will be achieved by simple formula and percent impedance formula for <Fig.237 %XC4= 0.237 %XC2= 0.18 0.6 �%� 2 1 = 31.7 �%� A-4-27 .45 0.00018×10 × 1 ×100= 0. Impedance of transformer %RT= 1.13> Percent impedance formula (1) Base value PB = 750kVA VB = 420V IB = 1031A ZB = 0.5 750 %Xm2 = 140×1. Impedance of cable Converting impedance of whole metal tube [2×100mm2 10m] �%� %RC1= 0. 1∅Tr impedance %RT1 = 1.8% c.74 �%� 0.237 %XC3= 0. Reactance at primary part of transformer %X1= 750 ×100= 0.237 [14mm2 30m] �%� %RC4= 0.5 %Xm1 = ×25= 104 �%� ×25= 89 �%� ×25= 125 �%� ×25= 108.5 750 %Xm3 = 100×1.237Ϊ (2) Each impedance a.68×750× %XT1 = 20 1 = 21.237 2 1 %XC1= 0.237 b.27 �%� 0.15×750× 20 1.00015×30 ×100= 1.00013×20 ×100= 1.237 [250mm2 50m] �%� %RC3= 0.075 �%� 1000×103 e.00014×20 ×100= 1.5 �%� 2 d.00013×50 ×100= 2.237 2 [125mm2 20m] �%� %RC2= 0.00013×30 ×100= 16. Reactance of transformer 750 120×1.47 0.09 �%� 0.

72 α 1.7> IA (R)= 20500 A (3) Short-circuit current of motor Sum of motor capacity= (120+140+100+115)×1.0×6919 �A� IF21∅max= 1. 3 IF2 (rms)1Ϊsym= 7989× = 6919 A� � 2 39.06 = 0. . IF2 (rms)sym is short-circuit current.422 cos∅1 = 6.57 = 0. Fault point F1 1031 IF1 (rms)sym = 6.74×16900= 29406 �A� b.1 b.5= 713 �kVA� IA (M) = 713 3×420 ×4= 3920 �A� %Z1= (2.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value (3) Preparing a impedance map Connect short-circuit supplier to the unlimited bus. Fault point F1 b.2 Unlimited bus (6) Various short-circuit current Calculate α β γfrom <Fig.57)2+ (5. Therefore.422 α 1.5>. .03×16900= 17407 �A� IF1 (rms)asym= 1.1 ×100= 16900 A� � 2. Fault point F2 (1 phase circuit) 1031 IF2 (rms)sym = ×100= 1902 A� (at 100V) � … 54. Fault point F2 cos∅2= 0. convert it into 1 phase short-circuit current.05 β 1.2[%] (5) Calculation of asymmetrical short-circuit current a.48 = = IF21∅ (rms)asym= 1.237Ϊ <Fig.06)2+ (37. a.14> Calculating impedance Calculate it in serial/parallel type formula Simple calculation formula (1) Base value PB = 750kVA VB = 420V IB = 1031A ZB = 0.55)2 (4) Symmetrical short-circuit current at point A IA = 20500+3920= 24420 �A� = 6.1[%] = 54. Fault point F2 (2) Short-circuit current of incoming circuit Disregard the impedance of primary part of transformer In <Fig.15> a.2 100 A-4-28 .2 = 1031 ×100× 420 = 7989 A� (at 420V) � … 54.3 γ 1.53)2 %Z2= (39. Fault point F1 cos∅1= 0.05×16900= 17745 �A� IF1max= 1.72 cos∅2= 54.48×6919= 10240 �A� <Fig.74 = = = IF1 (rms)ave= 1.0 β 1.

At point F1 �2×100mm2 10m 2×100mm2 10m= 100mm2 5m ℓIA 20×24420 = = 29.935×24420= 22850 �A� �125mm2 20m ℓIC 20×22850 = = 108.785×244850= 17940 �A� b. At point F1 �14mm2 30m ℓIC 30×24420 = = 174. and XD/2 750×2×6080 = = 2.17 = = = IF1 (rms)ave= 1.32×6080×420/100 = 817 [A] (100V) ∴ IF2 (rms)1∅ sym= 8171× 3 = 7076 �A� 2 A-4-29 .1 10×420 10E Coefficient b= 0.25 β 1.32 IF2 (rms)3∅sym= 0.21 XA 20×2×1031×100 Coefficient d of <Fig.17×17940= 38930 �A� b. At point F1 α 1.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Calculation example (5) Decreasing short-circuit current for cable a.13×7076= 7945 �A� IF21∅max= 1.13 γ 2.13×17940= 20272 �A� IF1 (rms)asym= 1.24×24420= 6080 �A� �Decreasing by the reactance (1∅Tr)dp Convert the value of ‘%X of 1∅Tr’ to base capacity XD= 750×2/20= 75% Impedance of primary part at 1∅Tr XA = IB 1031 ×100 = ×100[%] 6080 ID (6) Various short-circuit current Find α β γ .25×17940= 22425 �A� IF1max= 2. At point F2 α 1.94×7076= 13727 �A� <Table.935 Short-circuit current value at point C Ic (rms)sym= 0.2> Comparison of short-circuit Fault point Symmetrical short-circuit current real value 3 phases average asymmetrical current real value Maximum asymmetrical current real value Percent impedance calculation value Simple formula calculation value Percent impedance calculation value Simple formula calculation value Percent impedance calculation value Simple formula calculation value F1 F2 16900A 6919A 17940A 7076A 106% 102% 17407A 20272A 116% - 17745A 6919A 22425A 7995A 126% 115% Convert XD to equivalent 3 phases.9> d= 0.9 10×420 10E IF1 (rms) sym= 0.13 = γ 1.32×6080=1945 A� � (400V) = 0.1> a. .94 = IF21∅ (rms)asym= 1. from <Table.249 ID (rms)3∅sym= 0.4 10×420 10E Coefficient b= 0.

01+8 = 8.6/3.26 �Breaking capacity of breaker [MVA] MVA= 3 short-circuit current [kA] line to line voltage[kV] ISB= ③ Short-circuit current at point C: ISC a) Impedance Map 1000 kVA� � ×1000×100 M M <Fig.5% cosΘ=0.3 kV� � ×1000×8.25+0.26 %� � �tot = 0.6 kV� � ×1000 ② Rated current InB at point B InB= 100 kVA� � ×1000 3×3.25% = 34990 A� � Short-circuit current Is = �Breaking capacity of breaker [MVA] MVA= 3 short-circuit current[kA] line to line voltage[kV] A-4-30 . ① Short-circuit current ISA at point A a) Impedance Map b) Short-circuit current ISC ISC= 1000 kVA� � ×1000×100 = 8055 �A� 3×220 V� � ×32.01+8= 8.5 A� � �Parallel sum of impedance Z= 1 = 32.7 A� � = 17.25%(1000kVA) A Z2=0.16> (1) Calculate rated current at each point ① Rated current InA at point A InA= 500 kVA� � ×1000 3×6.5% 20kWu=8.3kV/220V Z4=2.8 1000kVA Z5=1.3 kV� � ×1000 InC= 20 kW� � ×1000 3×220 V� � ×0.58 �%� 1 1 1 + 2001 + 8001 33.25+0.58 %� � Incoming 25% Calculation formula Z=0.16> Z1=0.0% M 1000kVA Z5=1.8 = 43.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Short-circuit current value will be achieved by simple formula for <Fig.25(%) Rated current In = Transformer capacity 3×Rated voltage Transformer capacity×100 3×Rated voltage×%Z b) Short-circuit ISA ISA= 1000 kVA� � ×1000×100 3×6.85×0.0% b) Short-circuit current ISC = 2118 A� � 3×3.26 %� � B M 100kW M 200kW Tr2 100kVA 3.26 = 77.3kV Z3=4% ② Short-circuit current at point B: ISB a) Impedance Map �Serial sum of impedance Ztot= 0.2 A� � (2) Put 1000k VA for base capacity and calculate short-circuit current at each point.01%(1000kVA) Tr2 500kVA 6.6 kV� � ×1000×0.

09 1.59 2.65 1.00013 0.775 0.6 11.18 2.00012 0.558 0.18 1. XT[%] ZT[%] RT[%] XT[%] Transformer capacity (VA) ZT[%] RT[%] XT[%] ZT[%] RT[%] XT[%] ZT[%] RT[%] 20 2.904 0.5 1.562 0.6 6.5 0.26 2.00031 0.0 0.00020 0.93 4. 5> Example of cable impedance (600 vinyl cable) Impedance of cable 1m (Ϊ) Internal Internal insulation Cable vinyl tube wiring or dimension wiring of cable of steel tube steel tube and duct and duct ∅1.58 1.00005 ZT[%] RT[%] XT[%] ZT[%] RT[%] XT[%] 14.0 1.90 14.68 5.0 7.00030 0.50 4.0 6.5 4.53 4. 6.00037 0.26 1500 5.46 1.92 3.00014 0.96 6.0 6.0 14.55 4.35 4.29 4.92 1.84 5.8 13.03 4.0013 0.1 1.54 1.96 4.36 4.8 1.87 7.19 2. reactance and resistance can be calculated in the condition of 1/3 and 1/3 length cable.59 1.0 0. A-4-31 .94 4.0 1.494 0.33 2.75 5.82 7.27 4.937 1. 3> Combination of transformer and impedance Transformer Impedance 3 phases transformer 6.00009 0.64 2.80 4.571 0.92 4.28 1.18 2.16 0.08 4.64 1.33 3.08 5. 20kV/420V Mold Tr.0 200 2.05 4.39 3.76 1.22 4.6 11.89 4.0 1.8 0.2 4.0 14.0 8.0 0.3kV/210V Mold Tr.96 4.2mm 0.268 0.45 1.28 75 2.87 1.70 5.26 1.0022 0.768 0.15 2.72 2.7 5.0 1.11 100 2.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Combination of transformer and impedance <Table.33 500 3.49 1.04 1.23 4.57 2.7 6.725 0.56 4.2 1.5mm2 8mm2 14mm2 22mm2 0.67 1.5 1.66 4.24 150 2.75 0.6mm ∅2mm ∅3.0056 0. <Table.13 2.85 7.03 30 2.49 1.2 1.07 1.8 13.12 50 2.05 1.823 0.47 5.60 0.2 2000 5.0089 0.61 1.00023 0.35 300 3.87 2.00026 2.00082 0.3kV/210V Oil Tr.00010 30mm2 2 38mm 50mm2 60mm2 80mm2 100mm2 125mm2 0.56 750 4.55 3.96 5.5 1.8 5.00062 0.74 1.47 1.0 0.84 1.637 0.05 2.65 7.503 0.03 0.69 4.29 3.0 7.50 1.96 <Table.82 1.69 5.92 5.95 7.00007 0.94 1.31 1.31 4.2 4.9 0.85 7.6 1.5 2.98 3. <Remark2> When the cable is parallelly 2 or 3ea.19 1.0 1. the reactance multiply 2 times itself.3kV/210V Mold Tr.7 0.7 1.0033 0.35 1.5 1.40 1.39 6.00022 <Remark1> At 60Hz.7 2.0023 0.619 1.37 5.97 4.40 1000 5.27 2.00048 0.81 2.02 Insulator wiring in building 0.42 1.22 3.46 2.9 6.00009 150mm2 200mm2 250mm2 325mm2 Resistance (Ϊ) / cable 1meter 0.00012 5.93 5.0 1.95 5. 20kV/420V Oil Tr.3kV/210V Oil Tr.48 3.00018 0.9 14.37 2.0 8. so 1/2 reactance of primary part can achieve IB. 4> Example of transformer impedance Transformer Impedance Transformer capacity (VA) 10 20 30 50 75 100 200 300 500 750 1000 2000 3000 5000 7500 10000 15000 20000 30000 50000 75000 100000 150000 200000 300000 500000 1 phase transformer 6.07 4.97 5.31 1.76 4.47 1.9 14.4 1.1 4.00015 0. 6.17 4.523 0.95 6.

378 0.155 0.185 0.183 0.580 0.043 0.135 0.135 0.259 0.536 0.311 0.113 0.443 0.286 0.028 Z 1.028 Z 1.606 0.143 0.188 0.110 0.122 0.035 0.293 0.409 0.104 0.789 0.129 0.155 0.127 0.338 0.086 0.554 0.367 0.6> Impedance sample of Bus and busduct (50Hz) Ampere rating (A) 600 800 1000 1200 1350 1500 1600 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 6500 50Hz R 0.412 0.386 0.183 0.152 0.045 0.182 0.468 0.331 0.222 0.122 0.091 0.641 0.101 0.222 0.273 0.045 0.126 0.084 0.6> Impedance sample of bus and busduct (50Hz) Ampere rating (A) 600 800 1000 1200 1350 1500 1600 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 50Hz R 1.078 0.385 0.078 0.045 0.036 0.282 0.128 0.456 0.360 0.257 0.051 0.848 0.078 0.310 0.043 0.879 0.297 0.052 0.977 0.241 0.384 0.043 0.038 0.099 R 1.068 0.380 0.141 0.107 0.389 0.149 0.235 0.436 0.445 0.328 0.282 0.065 0.068 X 0.131 0.125 0.109 0.228 0.405 0.038 0.282 0.051 0.103 [×10-4Ϊ/m] <Table.107 0.184 0.185 0.076 0.195 0.091 0.530 0.120 0.095 X 0.077 A-4-32 .183 0.130 0.155 0.126 0.136 0.096 0.031 [×10-4Ϊ/m] Z 1.364 0.180 0.152 0.289 0.129 0.065 0.331 0.192 0.169 0.071 60Hz X 0.098 60Hz X 0.667 0.851 0.235 0.129 0.469 0.645 0.338 0.438 0.384 0.061 0.054 0.155 0.078 0.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Various short-circuit <Table.387 0.682 0.113 0.394 0.164 0.096 0.091 0.094 0.144 0.128 0.064 0.523 0.146 0.042 0.218 0.323 0.896 0.056 0.074 R 0.364 0.518 0.454 0.235 0.221 0.082 0.166 0.540 0.084 0.784 0.974 0.034 Z 1.080 0.152 0.143 0.298 0.375 0.323 0.848 0.879 0.235 0.387 0.121 0.

and find the cross point value (j) to D line (g). 2.Length of cable (m) ⓒ Line . C which are considered cable impedance. At P coordinates. (g’kA) ② Find the short-circuit current value where it is considered cable impedance. �Move (i) to parallel direction of Is2. Graph note P coordinates‐Transformer capacity (kVA) Is 1 coordinates‐Short-circuit current value (kA) Is 2 coordinates‐Short-circuit current value affected cable condition (kA) ⓐ Line . No matter the condition of network is different. find the value (h) of B line �Move (h) to parallel direction of Is.Square mm of cable (mm2) ⓓ Line . Disregard primary part impedance of transformer. �At short-circuit current g (kA) of Is 1 coordinates. ② Find the short-circuit current value at Point B.Is2 (kA) Remark) ⓒ line shows the length of hard vinyl cable (600V IV) How to calculate short-circuit current value (1) 3 phases transformer ① Short-circuit current value at (A) where it is just below transformer. It‘s not considered the transformer contribution. A-4-33 . The calculated value is symmetrical real value. finally find (k) of Is2 (2) 1 phase transformer ① Short-circuit current value where it is just below transformer. you can do the calculation through adjusting variables.% impedance of transformer (%) ⓑ Line . The real short-circuit current value is littler lower that its calculated value by the way we suggest because we take the rated voltage as AC200V.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Calculation example Using a certain graph. So the current value should be calculated in the consideration of stability 3. Find the value as same as that of 3 phase transformer and multiply it 3 times. Remark 1. you can find and calculate the short-circuit current value which is at one position of network. and find the cross point (i) to C line. Multiply 4 times the rated current of transformer in cases. find the coordinates value (g) of the cross point (f) which is from transformer capacity (e) and A line. �Multiply 2/3 times to g’ of Is coordinates �Find the Is2 value as same as that of 3 phase transformer and multiply it 3/2 times. 400V.

Technical information A-4-34 .

�ISA= 29kVA (g) �Move I parallely to the direction of Is2. and find value j at the cross point with D line (g= 29kA) �ISB= 19kA (k) � B length of cable P Transformer capacity (kVA) � Percent impedance of transformers A-4-35 . find (f) which is the point which is to match transformer capacity 500kVA and A line. Then move (f) to Is1 (2) Short-circuit current value at point B (ISB) �Find value h of B line (20mm) at g (= 29kA) of Is1 coordinates �Move h parallely to the direction of Is1.Technical information How to calculate short-circuit current value Calculation graph (1) Short-circuit current value at point A (ISA) �At P coordinates. and find value I at the cross point with C line (200mm) direction and finally find (g).

and find the cross point n at C line (30mm). and find cross point m between 19kA and B line.Technical information (3) Short-circuit current value at point C (ISC) �Find Is1 coordinates value (19kA) of short-circuit current value k (= 19kA) at Point B. �Move m parallely to the direction of Is1 coordinates. �Isc= 10kA (g) ⓒ Square mm of cable 600V IV (Hard vinyl tube cable) Is2 Short-circuit current (symmetrical real value) (KA) A-4-36 . �Move n parallely to the direction of Is1 and find the cross point p of Is2with D line.

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TD &TS MCCB Index A-5. Mounting & Connection Fixed mounting Connecting terminal & conductor Safety clearance Example of installation A-5-1 A-5-2 A-5-3 A-5-6 .

L82) Screw for connection of terminals. L102) 2Pole:4EA(M5×L16) 2Pole:4EA(M8×L20) 3Pole:6EA(M5×L16) 3Pole:6EA(M8×L20) Torque: Max 78kgf∙cm Torque: Max 147kgf∙cm A-5-1 . TD125U Screw for mounting TS250U TS400U TS800U 2/3Pole:4EA (NO.Mounting & Connection Fixed mounting Susol TD and TS circuit-breakers can be directly connected to the mounting plate. 2/3Pole:4EA 2/3Pole:4EA (NO.L90) (1/4"-20 UNC2A.8-32 UNC-2A. If busbars or terminals are used to connect the circuit breaker on the back of the mounting plate.10-24 UNC-2A. the appropriate safety clearances must be observed.

5 33 M12×35 ∅12 51 ≤15 37�×�45 ≤19 ∅12 37�×�45 26 = = ≤50 = ≤50 = = ≤50 = Max 630kgf∙cm A-5-2 .Mounting & Connection Connecting terminal & conductor Terminal (mm) TD125U 8 18 Conductor (mm) 23 M8×20 22 Max 78kgf∙cm TS250U 20 28 ∅>8 M8×20 21 ∅>8 ≤10 22 ≤10 ≤25 ≤25 Max 147kgf∙cm TS400U 30 M10×L30 15 26.1 Max 490kgf∙cm TS800U 16.

bars and other protection devices installed nearby. safety clearances must be kept between the breaker and panels.Mounting & Connection Safety clearance When installing a circuit breaker. When a short circuit interruption occur. These safety clearances are depend on the ultimate breaking capacity and are defined by tests carried out in accordance with standard IEC 60947-2. A: Insulation distance to ceiling for installation in metallic cubicle A(mm) 415V TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH 35 35 35 35 60 60 100 100 240V A A 30 30 30 30 50 50 80 80 F C1: Minimum distance for superimposed circuit breakers (from lower circuit breaker to uninsulated part of terminal of upper circuit breaker) C: C1+ the dimension of exposed conducting part (The dimension of exposed conduct) C1(mm) 415V TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH 35 35 35 35 60 60 100 100 240V 30 30 30 30 50 50 80 80 C(mm) The dimension of exposed conduct C C1 C1 C Direct connection of cable Connection by using a cable terminal or ring terminal Connection by using a cable terminal with extended terminal A-5-3 C1 C A . In order to allow the pressure to be distributed and to prevent fire and arcing or short-circuit currents. high temperatures pressures are present in and above the arc chambers of the circuit-breaker. safety clearances are required.

E: Distance from a side of breaker to side plate E E E(mm) 415V TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH 25 25 25 25 20 20 45 45 240V 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 A-5-4 . please insulate by taping to the point where the conductors overlap with the insulation barrier or to the root of the circuit breaker.Mounting & Connection Safety clearance D: Insulated length of main terminal of circuit breaker D1: Connection by ring terminal after taping (Larger than the dimension of exposed conducting part) D2: Connection by bar after taping D3: Connection by ring terminal using insulation barrier (Larger than the dimension of exposed conduct D4: Connection by bar using insulation barrier D1 (mm) The dimension of exposed conduct + 20 TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH D2 (mm) 50 50 100 100 100 200 100 200 D3 (mm) The dimension of exposed conduct + 20 D4 (mm) 50 100 100 100 200 100 200 D3 D2 D1 D4 50 Note) If uninsulated conductors are used for connection.

Mounting & Connection Safety clearance F: The dimension of exposed conducting part F (mm) TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH 20 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 F G: Minimum center distance for two horizontally installed circuit-breakers G (mm) TD125NU TD125NH TS250UN TS250UH TS400UN TS400UH TS800UN TS800UH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 G Note) In case of using long or short terminal covers. A-5-5 .

Mounting & Connection Example of installation TD125U TS250U 35 35 M4×75 25 2 90 90 3 35 TS400U 60 M5×75 20 90 90 60 TS600U 100 M6×100 45 90 90 100 Note) In case of using long or short terminal covers. A-5-6 . no need to consider on minimum center distance for two horizontally installed circuit-breakers.

TD &TS MCCB Index

A-6. Characteristics curves
Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units
TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U
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Specific let-through energy curves
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A-6-8 A-6-9 A-6-10

Current-limiting curves
240V 480V 600V
A-6-11 A-6-12 A-6-13

Characteristics curves
Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units

TD125U
FTU FMU 15~125A
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Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS250U FTU FMU 150~250A FTU:Ir=1 × In FMU:Ir=0.8~1×In FTU/FMU:Im=10×In pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-2 .

Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS250U ATU 160~250A ATU:Ir=0.8~1×In ATU:Im=5~10×In pressure tripping t 10ms 0.5 A-6-3 .

8~1×In FTU/FMU:Im=10 ×In pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-4 .Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS400U FTU FMU 300~400A FTU:Ir=1 × In FMU:Ir=0.

8~1×In ATU:Im=5~10 ×In pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-5 .Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS400U ATU 300~400A ATU:Ir=0.

Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS800U FTU FMU 500~800A FTU:Ir=1 × In FMU:Ir=0.8~1×In FTU/FMU:Im=10×In pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-6 .

Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TS800U ATU 500~800A ATU:Ir=0.8~1×In ATU:Im=5~10 ×In pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-7 .

1 pressure tripping t 10ms A-6-8 .Characteristics curves Circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units TD125U MCS 125A TS250U MCS 250A Thermal withstand TS400U MCS 400A TS800U MCS 800A MCS Type 125A:1250A 250A:2500A 400A:4000A 800A:8000A 0.

Characteristics curves Specific let-through energy curves 240V Thermal stress A-6-9 .

Characteristics curves Specific let-through energy curves 480V Thermal stress A-6-10 .

Characteristics curves Specific let-through energy curves 600V Thermal stress A-6-11 .

Characteristics curves Current-limiting curves 240V Peak current A-6-12 .

Characteristics curves Current-limiting curves 480V Peak current A-6-13 .

Characteristics curves Current-limiting curves 600V Peak current A-6-14 .

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Dimensions TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U Flange handle Extended rotary handle Mechanical interlocking device MIT13. MIT33. MIT23. MIT43 A-7-1 A-7-2 A-7-3 A-7-4 A-7-5 A-7-6 A-7-7 Mechanical interlocking device Mounting dimension for MIT A-7-8 .TD & TS MCCB Index A-7.

5) 1.318 (109.Overall dimensions TD125U Dimensions : inch [mm] 3.102 (28) 2.716 (69) 1.5) 0.259 (32) 4.362 (60) 0.7) Conductor Circuit breaker mounting bolt drilling plan Circuit breaker escutcheon dimensions 2.937 (100) 7.629 (16) 3.133 (105) 2.964 (24.385 (86) 2.921 (125) #8-32 UNC Tap (2 Holes) A-7-1 1.496 (38) 2.661 (93) Terminal section 4.69 (17.546 (90.5 (63.1) 3.952 (75) 4.196 (5) 0.677 (68) .007 (178) 3.5) 0.

035 (77.535 (39) #8-32UNC Tap (2 Holes) 1.9) 6.7) 3.519 (64) A-7-2 .456 (164) 0.81 (20.15) 3.45) 1.192 (4.1) 2.Overall dimensions TS250U Dimensions : inch [mm] 3.1) 4.716 (69) 0.958 (75.1) 3.496 (38) 2.141 (29) 0.212 (107) 2.81) Terminal section 3.59 (15) 4.389 (86.212 (107) Conductor Circuit breaker mounting bolt drilling plan Circuit breaker escutcheon dimensions 1.625 (92.578 (14.362 (60) 0.496 (88.543 (90) 2.

5) 2.353 (166) 1.645 (118) 4.5) 5.314(8) 11.11 (79) 3.267 (83) 2.181 (157) Terminal section Conductor Circuit breaker mounting bolt drilling plan Circuit breaker escutcheon dimensions 7.838 (97.087 (53) 3.33 (110) 3.885 (22.5) 4.Overall dimensions TS400U Dimensions : inch [mm] 4.511 (140) 3.496 (38) 0.795 (71) 4.874 (200) 0.496 (292) 6.937 (100) #10-24 UNC Tap (2 Holes) A-7-3 .842 (123) 6.082 (27.015 (102) 1.

685 (119) Terminal section 5.149 (80) 2.039 (128) 5.566 (116) 3.279 (83.775 (197.267 (210) 3.85 (428) 1.433 (11) 1 (25.314 (135) 7.5) 5.5) Conductor Circuit breaker mounting bolt drilling plan Circuit breaker escutcheon dimensions 3.511 (140) 8.543 (90) 3.188 (81) 1.944 (278) #1/4"-20 UNC Tap (2Holes) 4.862 (47.Overall dimensions TS800U Dimensions : inch [mm] 5.377 (35) 10.125 (54) 4.846 (148.4) 2.6) 16.125 (54) 7.3) 4.818 (198.3) 0.566 (116) A-7-4 .

5(673.18 (30) 1.3) Max 26. (4 5) 2.3) Min 14.21 (107) 2.Overall dimensions TD125U Dimensions : inch [mm] 14.433 (11) 6 0.5(368.531 (13.1)-Shaft 24inch Panel drilling Way of installation 1.5 ) A-7-5 ∅ 0.5 (368.68 (68) (5 . ∅ 01 1) (5 . 7 .5) ∅ 17 0. 21 0.10 (28) 4.

17 1.54 (369.Overall dimensions TS250U Dimensions : inch [mm] 14.1)-Shaft 24inch Panel drilling Way of installation ∅ 0.3) Min 14.5 1.79 (20) 1( 51 ) ∅0 .433 (11) A-7-6 .90 (124.68 (68) ∅ 2.23 6( 6) 0.39 (35.3) Max 26.4) 2.3) 7 (4 .0 0.54 (674.54 (369.38 (35) ) 4.

Overall dimensions TS400U 15.39 (35.5 ) 7.93 (404.6) Min 15.4)-Shaft 24inch Dimensions : inch [mm] Panel drilling Way of installation 1.93 (404.433 (11) . 17 7 1.87 (200) 2.4) 01 (5 1) ) A-7-7 ∅0 .3) ∅ 0.39 (35.5) (4 .93 (709.27 6 (7 0.68 (68) ∅ 2.6) Max 27. 1.83 (46.

Way of installation 2.5) 2.433 (11) A-7-8 .6) Max 27.5) Min 15. 27 6 0.0 1( 51 ) (7 ) ∅ 0.94 (278) 2.57 (14.42 (442.22 (56.76 (70) .93 (709.4)-Shaft 24inch Dimensions : inch [mm] Panel drilling ∅ 0.3) 17 7 (4 2.5 ) 10.Overall dimensions TS800U 17.68 (68) ∅ 0.93 (404.

685 (119) 1.212 (107) E #8-32 UNC Tap (4 Holes) Panel drilling F Way of installation E MAX F "UP" Table 1 Enclosure Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Maximum “E” Dimension Table 2 FH1-60 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 FH1-72 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Enclosure 60 cable 17 17 17 17 16 14 11 6 31 31 28 28 26 26 24 21 F "DOWN" Maximum “F” Dimension 72 cable 20 19 19 19 18 16 13 8 34 33 30 30 28 28 26 22 Up Down Up Down A-7-9 .433 (11) 4.Overall dimensions TD125U Dimensions : inch [mm] 0.18 (30) 4.251 (108) 4.

685 (119) 4.251 (108) 4.5 (63.921 (125) E #6-32 UNC Tap (4 Holes) Panel drilling F Way of installation E MAX F "UP" Table 1 Enclosure Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Maximum “E” Dimension Table 2 FH2-60 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 FH2-72 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 F "DOWN" Maximum “F” Dimension 72 cable 20 19 19 19 18 16 13 8 34 33 30 30 28 28 26 22 Up Down Up Down 17 17 17 17 16 14 11 6 31 31 28 28 26 26 24 21 Enclosure 60 cable A-7-10 .5) 1.433 (11) 4.377 (35) 0.Overall dimensions TS250U Dimensions : inch [mm] 2.

433 (11) 7.83 (46.251 (108) 4.874 (200) 4.Overall dimensions TS400U Dimensions : inch [mm] 1.5) 0.685 (119) E #8-32 UNC Tap (4 Holes) Panel drilling E MAX F "UP" F Way of installation Table 1 Enclosure Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Maximum “E” Dimension Table 2 FH2-60 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 FH2-72 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 F "DOWN" Maximum “F” Dimension 72 cable 20 19 19 19 18 16 13 8 34 33 30 30 28 28 26 22 Up Down Up Down 17 17 17 17 16 14 11 6 31 31 28 28 26 26 24 21 Enclosure 60 cable A-7-11 .

685 (119) 10.Overall dimensions TS800U Dimensions : inch [mm] 2.755 (70) 0.433 (11) 4.251 (108) 4.944 (278) #1/4"-20 UNC Tap (4 Holes) E Panel drilling E MAX F Way of installation F "UP" Table 1 Enclosure Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Maximum “E” Dimension Table 2 FH2-60 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 FH2-72 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 Depth 10 12 16 18 20 24 30 36 Enclosure 60 cable 17 17 17 17 16 14 11 6 31 31 28 28 26 26 24 21 F "DOWN" Maximum “F” Dimension 72 cable 20 19 19 19 18 16 13 8 34 33 30 30 28 28 26 22 Up Down Up Down A-7-12 .

MIT23. MIT43 [mm] B A (mm) TD125U TS250U TS630U TS800U 83 102 168 201 B (mm) 86 86 110 135 Dimension of lock A 5~8mm 30mm A-7-13 . MIT33.Overall dimensions Mechanical interlocking device MIT13.

Overall dimensions Mechanical interlocking device Mounting dimension for MIT [mm] E D E C 2. 3Pole MCCBs TD125U TS250U TS400U TS800U C(mm) 107 125 200 278 D(mm) 90 105 139.5 210 C E(mm) 30 35 46.5 70 A-7-14 .

080601 / STAFF ⓒ 2008. (82-43)261-6410 Specifications in this catalog are subject to change without notice due to continuous products development and improvement. . Cheong Ju.S u p e r S o l u t i o n Leader in Electrics & Automation � HEAD OFFICE Yonsei Jaedan Severance Bldg. (82-2)2034-4713 http://www.6 LS Industrial Systems Co. Korea Tel. Hung Duk Ku. (82-2)2034-4870 Fax..Ltd. Jung-gu. Seoul 100-753. 361-720. Namdaemun-ro. Korea Tel. Song Jung Dong. 5ga. All rights reserved. 84-11.lsis.biz � Cheong-Ju Plant Cheong-Ju Plant #1. (82-43)261-6001 Fax.

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