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Accessories for Contactors and Contactor Relays

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Accessories for A... Series Contactors and for Contactor Relays Auxiliary Contact Blocks - Front Mounting ............................................................................ 4/2 Auxiliary Contact Blocks - Side Mounting ............................................................................. 4/4 TE5S Electronic Timer for Star-Delta Starters ...................................................................... 4/6 TP... Pneumatic Timer Blocks ............................................................................................... 4/8 Mechanical Interlock Units - Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units .............................. 4/10 WB75-A Mechanical Latching Unit ..................................................................................... 4/12 Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils .............................................................................. 4/14 CB5-.. Impulse Contact Blocks ........................................................................................... 4/16 BL5-L Lamp Holder Block - BL5-F Fuse Holder Block ........................................................ 4/16 BA5-50 Function Markers ................................................................................................... 4/17 BP16 Mounting Piece ......................................................................................................... 4/17 RA5 Interface Relays .......................................................................................................... 4/18 LT... Terminal Shrouds ....................................................................................................... 4/20 LK... Terminals for Control Lead Connections .................................................................... 4/21 LZ... Connector Terminals .................................................................................................. 4/22 LD... Additional Terminal Blocks ......................................................................................... 4/23 LX... Terminal Extension Pieces - LW... Terminal Enlargement Pieces ............................. 4/24 LP..., LY..., LH..., LF..., LG... Terminal Connecting Strips .................................................. 4/25 BEM..., BES... Connection Sets .......................................................................................... 4/26 BED... Connection Sets ...................................................................................................... 4/27 BEA 16 ... BEA 110 Connecting Links ................................................................................ 4/28 BEA... and BEF... Connection Bars .................................................................................... 4/30 Adapter Plates and Mounting Plates ........................................................................... 4/28, 4/31 Main Contact Sets - Arc Chutes .......................................................................................... 4/33 Contactor Coils ................................................................................................................... 4/34 Electrical Durability of Auxiliary Contacts ............................................................................ 4/35 Accessories for EK... Series Contactors Auxiliary Contact Blocks ..................................................................................................... 4/36 Mechanical Interlock Units - Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units .............................. 4/38 Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils .............................................................................. 4/40 Terminal Shrouds ................................................................................................................ 4/42 Connection Sets .................................................................................................................. 4/42 Mounting Plates .................................................................................................................. 4/43 Main Contact Sets - Arc Chutes - Contactor Coils .............................................................. 4/44 Electrical Durability of Auxiliary Contacts ............................................................................ 4/45

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1SBC100122C0202

Auxiliary Contact Blocks
Front Mounting
Application
The auxiliary contact blocks are used for the operation of auxiliary circuits and control circuits.

Description
Types of auxiliary contact blocks for standard industrial environments: ● CA... 1 or 4-pole block, instantaneous with N.O., N.C. contacts. ● CC... 1-pole block, with N.O. leading contact or N.C. lagging contact. Select the 4-pole auxiliary contact blocks CA 5-..E, CA 5-..M, CA 5-..U or CA 5-..N type, according to the contactor or contactor relay type for compliance with the standard requirements. (see "Terminal Marking and Positioning"). Types of auxiliary contact blocks for severe industrial environments: ● CE... 1-pole block, instantaneous with N.O. contact or N.C. contact, designed in 2 protection versions: – CE 5-.. D with built-in microswitch IP 40, degree of protection (IP 20 on terminals) – CE 5-.. W with built-in microswitch IP 67, degree of protection (IP 20 on terminals). The auxiliary contact blocks are equipped with screw type connecting terminals delivered open, protected against accidental direct contact and bear the corresponding function marking.
1SBC5 8099 2F0301

CA 5-10

Fitting Details - For each contactor or contactor relay type, refer to "Accessory Fitting Details" table. Ordering Details
1SBC5 7379 4F0302

For contactors

Number of blocks
(1)

Contact blocks

Type

Order code

Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece

CA 5-40 E

1-pole auxiliary contact blocks
A 9 ... A 26 ................... A 30, A 40 .................... A 45 ... A 110 ............... AL 9 ... AL 26 ............... AL 9Z ... AL 16Z .......... AL 30, AL 40 ................ AE 45 ... AE 110 .......... TAL 9 ... TAL 26 .......... TAL 30, TAL 40 ........... TAE 45 ... TAE 110 ...... AF 45 ... AF 110 .......... N, NL and TNL (4-pole) ... NL Z (4-pole) ................... 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-4 1-2 1-5 1-6 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-6 1-4 1-2

1 – – 1 – – – – 1 – 1 – 1 – 1 – – 1 – 1 – 1 – 1

– – – – 1 – – 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

CA 5-10 CA 5-01 CC 5-10 CC 5-01 CE 5-10 D 0.1 CE 5-01 D 0.1 CE 5-10 D 2 CE 5-01 D 2 CE 5-10 W 0.1 CE 5-01 W 0.1 CE 5-10 W 2 CE 5-01 W 2

1SBN 010 010 R1010 1SBN 010 010 R1001 1SBN 010 011 R1010 1SBN 010 011 R1001 1SBN 010 015 R1010 1SBN 010 015 R1001 1SBN 010 017 R1010 1SBN 010 017 R1001 1SBN 010 016 R1010 1SBN 010 016 R1001 1SBN 010 018 R1010 1SBN 010 018 R1001

10 10 10 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0.014 0.014 0.014 0.014 0.020 0.020 0.020 0.020 0.020 0.020 0.020 0.020

1SBC5 8101 1F0301

4-pole auxiliary contact blocks
A 9 ... A 26-40-00 ........ A 9 ... A 26-22-00 ........ A 45 ... A 110 ............... AL 9 ... AL 26-40-00 .... AL 9 ... AL 26-22-00 .... AE 45 ... AE 110 .......... TAL 9 ... TAL 26-40-00 .. TAL 9 ... TAL 26-22-00 .. TAE 45 ... TAE 110 ...... AF 45 ... AF 110 .......... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

CE 5-01 W

4 3 2 0 1

– 1 2 4 1

– – – – 1

– – – – 1

CA 5-40 E CA 5-31 E CA 5-22 E CA 5-04 E CA 5-11/11 E

1SBN 010 040 R1040 1SBN 010 040 R1031 1SBN 010 040 R1022 1SBN 010 040 R1004 1SBN 010 040 R1018

2 2 2 2 2

0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060

A 9 ... A 40-30-10 ........ 1 AL 9 ... AL 40-30-10 .... 1 TAL 9 ... TAL 40-30-10 .. 1

3 2 1 0 1 4 3 2 0 4 3 2 1 0

1 2 3 4 1 – 1 2 4 – 1 2 3 4

– – – – 1 – – – – – – – – –

– – – – 1 – – – – – – – – –

CA 5-31 M CA 5-22 M CA 5-13 M CA 5-04 M CA 5-11/11 M CA 5-40 U CA 5-31 U CA 5-22 U CA 5-04 U CA 5-40 N CA 5-31 N CA 5-22 N CA 5-13 N CA 5-04 N

1SBN 010 040 R1131 1SBN 010 040 R1122 1SBN 010 040 R1113 1SBN 010 040 R1104 1SBN 010 040 R1118 1SBN 010 040 R1340 1SBN 010 040 R1331 1SBN 010 040 R1322 1SBN 010 040 R1304 1SBN 010 040 R1240 1SBN 010 040 R1231 1SBN 010 040 R1222 1SBN 010 040 R1213 1SBN 010 040 R1204

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060

A 9 ... A 40-30-01 ........ 1 AL 9 ... AL 40-30-01 .... 1 TAL 9 ... TAL 40-30-01 .. 1

N, NL and TNL (4-pole) ... 1

(1) For each contactor or contactor relay type, refer to "Accessory Fitting Details" table. Note: The auxiliary contact blocks provided for the A... contactors can be used for the UA..., GA... and GAE... types. >> Accessory Fitting Details (Contactors) ................. section 2 >> Accessory Fitting Details (Contactors Relays) ..... section 3 >> Side Mounted Auxiliary Contact Blocks ............ page 4/4 >> Auxiliary Contacts for Safety Circuits ... pages 2/63, 3/15

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......3 (66 W) 0....... A 110) 1-pole CE 5-.5 7.5 for CE 5-..3 (75 W) 10 (gG fuses) 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 A A W V / mA V / mA 100 140 0.. section 7 >> Terminal Marking and Positioning ..7 3...7 for CE 5-. W 0... 127 V a..... Connecting capacity (min.... W 2 Degree of protection acc...........1 3600 2.. page 4/4 >> Auxiliary Contacts for Safety Circuits .. switching frequency Electrical durability – millions of operating cycles – max....1 s Power loss per pole at 6 A Min..... D 0.1 IP 40 for CE 5-..3 0...1 – – – 0.... IEC 60947-5-1 and EN 60947-5-1 690 24 . 2.. to IEC 60947-1 / Terminals EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 Microswitches * HRC fuses for very fast action (6...Auxiliary Contact Blocks Front Mounting Technical Data Utilization characteristics according to IEC Types Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui acc......... A 75) cycles/h 3600 see "Electrical Durability" curves cycles/h 1200 M3.....c. ..7 IP 20 – – IP 40 for CE 5-.... to IEC 60947-5-1 24 V d..1 2......1 – 10 (FF fuses*) 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 – – – 17 / 1 < 10-7 17 / 1 < 10-7 5 for CE 5-. switching frequency Connecting terminals (Delivered in open position... mech....... 690 16 AC-15 6 4 3 2 DC-13 6 (144 W) 2..3 x 32 mm size) Utilization characteristics according to UL/CSA Max........ 500 ...) Rigid solid Flexible with cable end Lugs l L Nm Nm 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 L mm < l mm > 1... 220 V d.....1 0......5 for CE 5-.. D 2 2...... 3 >> Side Mounted Auxiliary Contact Blocks ..c....-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 3 (A 95.....00 1...1 1200 1-pole CE 5-...c.c.. W 2 3600 1 for CE 5-... 440 V a......0..) Tightening torque – recommended – max....3 for CE 5-....... A A A A A A A A A A A A A 4 – A 95. Rated operational current Ie acc..c..... to IEC 60947-5-4 Mechanical durability – millions of operating cycles – max.........1 0......... 1-pole CC 5...10 17 / 1 < 10-7 24 / 50 – 10 (A 9 . Screws of unused terminals should be tightened. pages 2/63. 220 .....20 1 ...........2 0..c. 48 V d... 125 V d... D 2 0...c.. 250 V d. to IEC 60947-5-4 1-pole CA 5.. switching capacity – A 9 ......... W 0.....0 A >> Accessory Fitting Details ... section 8 >> Dimensions .1 (FF fuses*) 6 x Ie AC-14 6 x Ie AC-14 – – – 3/1 – 3/1 – 5 for CE 5-... D 0....2 250 250 2 AC-15 2 2 – – DC-12 2 1 0.1 A 250 2..8 (134 W) 1 (72 W) 0.......1 IP 67 for CE 5-.........c.. 4-pole CA 5.... D 2 IP 67 for CE 5-..c....1 0....1 AC-14 0......5 (+........ W 0....... 72 V d. W 2 1200 V a. A 75 contactors with failure rate acc........1 250 125 0.... to IEC 60947-5-1 V Rated operational voltage Ue Conventional thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie acc... Short circuit protection Making capacity Breaking capacity Rated short-time withstand current Icw 1s θ = 40 °C 0. section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/3 1SBC100122C0202 .. 4 0...c... 3/15 >> Electrical Durability Curves . 690 V a.. 380 ....1 – – – DC-12 0....... 240 V a.1 0........ 110 V d........... sections 2... A 110 contactors with failure rate acc. page 4/35 >> Certification and Approvals .5 for CE 5-.....c..55 (60 W) 0.... elec...2 0......55 (69 W) 0.....75 . rated voltage Pilot duty V 600 A600....... Q300 125 0... to IEC 60947-5-1 24 ............c...... D 0... max.......

... Contact Blocks ..... AL 9 . leading + N......... 1-2 UA 95..... lagging A 9 ..... section 2 >> Accessory Fitting Details for Contactor Relays ...... 1-2 1 – – – CEL 18-10 1SFN 010 716 R1010 1 0... AF 95 .. AE 110 ... pages 2/63. N ............................ AE 45 ... Type of auxiliary contact block for severe industrial environments: ● CEL 18-.... auxiliary contact blocks can be used for UA.....050 A 145 . + N.. AF 1650 ... 1-2 1 1 1 1 1-2 1-2 1-2 1 1-2 1 1 1-2 1-2 1 1 – – CAL 5-11 1SBN 010 020 R1011 2 0.... contacts.. refer to "Accessory Fitting Details" table (2) 2 blocks CAL 18-11 + 2 blocks CAL 18-11 B Note: The CAL..... A 75 ............ Instantaneous N.. AE 95........O.... A 16 ... AL 40 .. UA 110 . TAE 95...... lagging contacts... Description 1SBC5 7375 2F0301 Types of auxiliary contact blocks for standard industrial environments: ● CAL... 1-2(2) 1 1 – – CAL 18-11B 1SFN 010 720 R3311 2 0.... 1-2 N ... The CAL.. UA 110 ..... UA 110 .050 (1) For each contactor or contactor relay type. section 3 >> Front Mounted Aux.C.......O.. 2-pole block instantaneous N.050 1-pole microswitch auxiliary contact N.... and bear the corresponding function marking. NL (4-pole) .. A 300 .... leading + N...O......... 1SFC1 0103 3F0201 Ordering Details For contactors Number of blocks (1) Contact blocks Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece CAL 18-11 2-pole auxiliary contacts N...050 2-pole auxiliary contacts N. The auxiliary contact blocks are equipped with screw type connecting terminals delivered open........... 1-2 UA 95.. contact...... UA 75 .. 1-pole block with built-in microswitch IP 67 degree of protection (IP 20 on terminals).. TAE 75 ...O.....050 1 1 – – CAL 18-11 1SFN 010 720 R1011 2 0..... A 95 ......C...C. 1-2 A 95 .. 3/15 4/4 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ... AF 1650 .......... AF 75 ....O.. or N. 1-2(2) AF 145 ......... The CAL 18-11B is a second block for mounting in addition to a first CAL 18-11 block. AF 1650 ....... A 300 . 1-2 – – 1 1 CCL 5-11 1SBN 011 421 R1008 2 0. refer to "Accessory Fitting Details" table..... + N.. TAE 110 . UA 16 ... or N.C............... A 9 ... auxiliary contact blocks can be used for GA. AF 45 ........050 – 1 – – CEL 18-01 1SFN 010 716 R1001 1 0...... See "Accessory Fitting Details" for this contactor type.. page 4/2 >> Aux............. A 300 .....C. CAL 5-11 Fitting Details Clipped onto the right and/or lefthand side of the contactors........... 1-2 AF 95 ....... A 300 ....... A 300 and AF 145 ...........RA contactors........ TAE 45 ... right and/or lefthand of the A 145 .. AF 1650 contactors.............. 1-2 AF 95 .. For each contactor or contactor relay type..... TAL 9 ... protected against accidental direct contact...............O...... contactors: GA 75-10-00 : 2 x CAL 5-11 blocks GA 75-10-11 : 1 x CAL 5-11 block GAE 75-10-00 : 1 x CAL 5-11 block GAE 75-10-11 : no add-on block >> Accessory Fitting Details for Contactors ......... UA 95.......Auxiliary Contact Blocks Side Mounting Application The auxiliary contact blocks are used for the operation of auxiliary circuits and control circuits.. A 95 ... Contacts for Safety Circuits ...... AE 75 ...C......................... AF 1650 ... ● CCL 5-11 2-pole block N..... TAL 40 ..

c.. section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/5 1SBC100122C0202 .... switching frequency Electrical durability – millions of operating cycles – max...... mech.. A 690 24 ..... Q300 125 0..7 IP 20 Degree of protection according to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 Utilization characteristics according to UL/CSA Max. Tightening torque – recommended – max.. 220 V d...8 (134 W) 1 (72 W) 0.c...... to IEC 60947-5-4 CAL 5-11. section 8 >> Dimensions ............... A/AF 185) 3 (A/AF 210 ........c.....c.1 0....c.1 A >> Electrical Durability Curves ..............-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 1200 0..c.c.3 (75 W) 10 (gG type fuses) 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 A A W V / mA 100 140 0... 500-690 V a.c...... rated voltage Pilot duty (1) HRC fuses for very fast action (size 6.............. 72 V d.............00 1....5 8 3.c....) Rigid solid Flexible with cable end Lugs l L Nm Nm 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 L mm < l mm > 1.... CCL 5-11 CAL 18-11.. 48 V d...1 – – – DC-12 0...... acc...20 1 ...3 x 32 mm)...... max. V 600 A600........ 125 V d........... CAL 18-11B CEL 18-10..... 690 16 AC-15 6 4 3 2 DC-13 6 (144 W) 2.......c.c...10 17 / 1 < 10-7 10 0. 220-240 V a...... EN 60947-5-1 V V a... to IEC 60947-5-1 24 V d.. 110 V d.c........ page 4/35 >> Certification and Approvals ......15 24 / 50 (0...1 0..55 (69 W) 0..........1 AC-14 0..... . AF 750) 0..5 (AF 1350....) cycles / h 3600 see "Electrical Durability" curves 1200 M3.1 s Power loss per pole at 6 A Min. 380-440 V a.. Short-circuit protection Making capacity Breaking capacity Rated short-time withstand current Icw 1 s θ = 40 °C 0... AF 1650) 250 125 0.......... 4 0.5 (+.....Auxiliary Contact Blocks Side Mounting Technical Data Utilization characteristics according to IEC Types Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 Rated operational voltage Ue Conventional free air thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie acc................ 2... switching frequency Screws of unused terminals should be tightened...1 (FF type fuses) (1) 6 x Ie AC-14 6 x Ie AC-14 – – – 3/1 – 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A 4 Mechanical durability – millions of operating cycles – max.......1 0...5 million of operating cycles) – 5 (A/AF 95 ..... 250 V d...... Connecting capacity (min.........7 1200 cycles / h Connecting terminals (Delivered in open position...... switching capacity with failure rate acc. CEL 18-01 IEC 60947-5-1....75 ........ section 7 >> Terminal Marking and Positioning ........ elec.........55 (60 W) 0....1 – – – 0.... to IEC 60947-5-1 24-127 V a..3 (66 W) 0....................

080 0. a setting made at 20 °C will yield a time delay shorter by 7 % at 55 °C in a cubicle. Ordering Details For contactors t1 t1+t2 E0718D Rated control voltage Uc V Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg A1 15 A2 16 18 A 9 ../d. 380 .8 to 8 s or 6 to 60 s. U 15-16 R 15-18 t1 t2 (t2 = 50ms) E0719D1 Chart Operation On energization.080 0. the device is ready for a new cycle.c. 220 to 240 V a. 110 ./d...0 graduated button allows an initial setting without steps within the previously selected range which can then be adjusted using a chronometer. When the time delay has elapsed. after the 250 ms resetting time.2 x 35 = -7 %). Count-down of the programmed time immediately commences.080 Equivalent diagram Dimensions (in mm) A1 15 A1 15 75 23 65 TE5S U Uc= 0. A 300 24 a. For example.c. TE5S. the U and R indicator lights go out and.1 85 8s t1 60s R Star-Delta Timer E0720D1 E0848D 45 E0849D 1. 120 a. On de-energization.c.c. The yellow R indicator light comes on. or 380 to 440 V a. the TE5S lags the star connection and provides a lapse of 50 ms before the switch over to delta connection.c.. Regardless of these settings the TE5S provides a fixed "lapse" of 50 ms between the opening of contact 15-16 and the closing of contact 15-18.5 mm or 35 x 15 mm mounting rail according to IEC/EN 60715. supply..2 % per °C i.. Note: We recommend that you allow for temperature drift for the final adjustment of the time delay setting. An output relay with reversing contact ensures high current switching. This time delay prevents from arc short-circuit during star to delta switching.0 16 18 A2 16 18 A2 Front face 4/6 1SBC100122C0202 35 mm EN/IEC 60715 Low Voltage Products . t2.c.e. (-0. 110 to 120 V a. -0.. the green U indicator light (voltage applied) comes on.080 0. 240 a. Mounting On 35 x 7. begins after which contact 15-18 moves to the closed position... 1SBC5 7558 2F0302 Description According to the type of device chosen.c. Contact 15-16 then immediately moves to the closed position.2 % per °C. 220 . A two-position switch allows selection of one of the two time delay ranges: 0..TE5S Electronic Timer for Star-Delta Starters Application When used in star-delta starters.5 x 0. contact 15-16 opens and at the same time the 50 ms lapse..c.. Drift: -0.c. 440 a. the electronic circuit has a 24 V a.1 to 1. The 0.c TE5S-24 TE5S-120 TE5S-240 TE5S-440 1SBN 020 010 R1001 1SBN 020 010 R1002 1SBN 020 010 R1003 1SBN 020 010 R1004 1 1 1 1 0.

.......5 – 6.............. V V d.c... 440 DC-13 Rated supply voltage Uc – Rated frequency limits – Supply voltage range – Overvoltage protection – Load factor – Average consumption Short-circuit protection .1 Uc Built-in varistor % – in d.. EN 60947-5-1 440 24 24 .. 2....7 1.....8 max... Hz TE5S-24 TE5S-120 TE5S-240 TE5S-440 IEC 60947-5-1.5 – 12....... V a.TE5S Electronic Timer for Star-Delta Starters Technical Data Types Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 Rated operational voltage Ue according to IEC 60947-5-1 Conventional free air thermal current Ith AC-15 24-120 V a.2 ±15 % of the setting range ±2 % after 1 million operating cycles ms ms ms 50 40 250 Energization Output relay activated °C °C C – 440 Rated operational current Ie acc. time lapse after 1 million operating cycles Resetting time (maximum) Front panel display: – green indicator light – yellow indicator light Permissible air temperature – for operation – for storage Vibration withstand acc... W VA s % per °C 100 0.......5 0.. 120 – 220 ......... IP 20 >> Certification and Approvals ....c..... – in a... to IEC 60068-2-27.6 .gG type fuses – 3. 240 10 5 4 – 4 10 24 24 48 ............c..... 240 – 380 .........c. V a.........c....... to IEC/EN 60715 Connecting terminals Connecting capacity – rigid solid – flexible with cable end Tightening torque Degree of protection according to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 Nm Terminals E0863D 1 .5 0.. 2......... 220-240 V a.8 .....c.. cycles in millions of op................ section 7 Low Voltage Products 4/7 1SBC100122C0202 ... 24 V d.. A A A A A A V d..c.c.........-) pozidriv 1 screw 600 in millions of op.. +85 3 g from 10 to 300 Hz in the 3 directions B Shock withstand acc..................................c.... EN 60068-2-6 A A B -25 ...... 8 and 6 ....85 .5 or 35 x 15 (+.75 .............. 60 -0............5 0... +60 -40 ...... 63 0... 380-440 V a..5 4 Time delay range (t1) selected by switch – Temperature drift – Mechanical setting accuracy – On-load reiteration accuracy under constant conditions Minimum time lapse (t2) Min... cycles On-load maximum switching frequency cycles/h Fixing on mounting rail acc.. 0.................... 1...... to IEC 60068-2-6...c. EN 60068-2-27 Electrical durability Mechanical durability C 20 g / 11 ms in directions A and C 15 g / 11 ms in direction B 1 5 720 35 x 7.... to IEC 60947-5-1 – – 3 – – 110 .

UA.... AE.. A 75 1-stack contactors and N... 1-stack contactor relays... ● Captive screw type connecting terminals with built-in cable clamps.. Ordering Details Time delay setting Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg BX-TP 0....070 0.....O.. Fitting Details Clipped onto the front panel of A 9 ...... 40 s 10 .....070 0........... TP 180 IA (black button) for time delay on de-energization..... 1SBC5 8652 2F0301 For each contactor or contactor relay type..... and 1 N... ● ● Accessory BX-TP plastic sealed cover protecting access to the time delay setting.. TP 180 DA (blue button) for time delay on energization..... >> Accessory Fitting Details . supplied untightened and protected against accidental direct contact... Description TP 40 DA Pneumatic timer with 350° linear scale and setting via marked knurled knob..... 40 s 10 ..1 .... sections 2... timers provided for A contactors can be used for the AF........... 3 4/8 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products . M3..006 Note: The TP..... GA and GAE contactors......... – TP 40 IA.-) pozidriv 2 screw with screwdriver guidance.. 180 s 0..070 0..070 0........... refer to "Accessory Fitting Details" table.. Types 1SBC5 7589 3 F0302 – TP 40 DA............5 (+... Block equipped with 2 time-delayed auxiliary contacts: 1 N.. 180 s – TP 40 DA TP 180 DA TP 40 IA TP 180 IA BX-TP 1SBN 020 300 R1000 1SBN 020 300 R1001 1SBN 020 301 R1000 1SBN 020 301 R1001 FPTN 472 657 R0001 1 1 1 1 1 0...... TAE..TP… Pneumatic Timer Blocks Application The timer blocks are equipped with adjustable time delay auxiliary contacts.............C.......1 .........................

.............. Terminal marking 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 Nm Nm cycles/h cycles W ms ms 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 10 50 100 0.... 2.......-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 1 .........C.. 2...... EN 60947-5-1 690 24 . 110 V d........8 1 0.. page 4/35 >> Certification and Approvals ...... 72 V d..... rated voltage Pilot duty V 600 A600 >> Electrical Durability Curves ...20 see "Electrical Durability" curves 1200 5 millions M3.5 1......... contact non-overlapping time Resetting time Accuracy (measured over 10 successive cycles) Drift (variation in mean value during TP lifetime) Drift according to ambient temperature – between -20 °C and +20 °C % per °C – between +20 °C and +65 °C % per °C Electrical durability Max...c. A A A A A A A A A A A A A IEC 60947-5-1..... IA: -25 to +15 % TP 40 IA TP 180 IA 57 65 56 68 58 66 Utilization characteristics according to UL/CSA Max..3 (144 W) (134 W) (72 W) (60 W) (69 W) (66 W) (75 W) Rated operational current Ie acc..... 125 V d.......c...c... 48 V d. to IEC 60947-5-1 DC-13 Making capacity Breaking capacity Short-circuit protection ...............O....c...gG type fuses A Rated short-time withstand current Icw at θ = 40 °C 1s A 0.c.. 380-440 V a.. 690 10 6 4 3 1 0...55 0.....c...c..c......c.c............c..... 500 V a. DA: -15 to +15 % 0......75 .. V a..3 0........................... section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/9 1SBC100122C0202 .5 0.......c...55 0.... 220 V d....... V a... 2 approx....00 1...5 6 2......c... 40 ±2 % TP .. and N........ 250 V d.1 s A Heat loss per pole at 6 A N... 220-240 V a.............. 24 V d.....20 TP 40 DA TP 180 DA 55 67 4 TP ...15 1 ....... 690 V a... switching frequency Mechanical durability Connecting terminals (delivered in open position) Connecting capacity – rigid solid – flexible with cable end Tightening torque – recommended – max.c....5 (+... section 7 >> Dimensions ....25 0......TP… Pneumatic Timer Blocks Technical Data Utilization characteristics according to IEC Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 Rated operational voltage Ue according to IEC 60947-5-1 Conventional free air thermal current Ith AC-15 24-127 V a.

... operated contactors...c... the closing signal of one of the two contactors must be delayed with respect to the opening signal of the other contactor in order to prevent a short-circuit.. to IEC 60947-5-1 AC-15 24-127 V 220-240 V 380-440 V 500-690 V DC-13 24 V 48 V 72 V 125 V 250 V A VE 5-1 Max... VM 750H = 1 million cycles. to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 VE 5-1..150 0.150 0...146 Technical Data ..150 0.c... section 9 4/10 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .3 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 Connecting capacity – rigid solid 1 or 2 x mm2 – flexible with cable end 1 or 2 x mm2 Connecting terminals delivered in open position (screws of unused terminals should be tightened) 01 NC 01 NC Tightening torque – recommended – max.076 0..066 0....θ = 40 °C 1s A 0..Mechanical Interlock Units Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Application When mounted between two contactors. Conventional thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie acc...... as applicable.8 1 0.. operated contactors......-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp Rated operational voltage Ue acc.1 s A Short-circuit protection gG type fuses Heat loss per pole at 6 A Mechanical durability A W cycles cycles/h 100 140 10 0.....200 6.. interlock units for mechanical interlocking of two horizontal or vertical mounted a.VE 5-1 and VE 5-2 Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 according to UL / CSA 1SBC5 7282 2F0301 IEC 60947-5-1..... VE 5-2 Terminal marking and positioning Technical note: When...... 1SFT 98001-004 Mechanical interlock units for two vertical mounted contactors (1) see opposite "Selection Table" VM 300V 1SFN 034 701 R1000 VM 300/460V 1SFN 035 101 R1000 VM 750V 1SFN 035 701 R1000 (1) Mechanical durability: VM 300V ........ interlock units for mechanical and electrical interlocking of two horizontal mounted a....000 (1) Mechanical durability: VM 5-1 = 5 millions cycles....... sections 2.55 0.. Use a TP 40 pneumatic timer or a TE5S electronic timer with time lapse... the mechanical interlock unit prevents one of the contactors from closing as long as the other contactor is closed.5 (+......... 2. VM 750V = 1 million cycles....c.00 1... to IEC 60947-5-1 V a..... Nm Nm 1... 690 16 Rated short-time withstand current Icw .... or d....200 VM 300V Mechanical and electrical interlock units for two horizontal mounted contactors see opposite "Selection Table" VE 5-1 1SBN 030 110 R1000 VE 5-2 1SBN 030 210 R1000 1 1 0.........5 M3.... page 4/31 >> Dimensions .c.... EN 60947-5-1 V V 690 600 24 ...... See selection tables on the opposite page showing interlocking details between two contactors of a same or different rating.... the arc time is estimated to more than 40 ms. >> Accessory Fitting Details . during switching.75 .... 4 0. or d......... ● VE.150 0.. switching frequency A A A A A A A A A 6 4 3 2 6 2... VM 300H ........ ● VM 300H Ordering Details 1SFC1 0102 4F0201 For contactors Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg Mechanical interlock units for two horizontal mounted contactors (1) see opposite "Selection Table" VM 1650H VM 5-1 VM 300H VM 300/460H VM 750H VM 1650H 1SBN 030 100 R1000 1SFN 034 700 R1000 1SFN 035 100 R1000 1SFN 035 700 R1000 1SFN 036 503 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 0.20 IP 20 02 02 E0085D1 Making capacity Breaking capacity Degree of protection acc.. 1 1 1 0......c.. 3 >> Mounting Plates ......15 5 millions 600 1 .. 1SBC5 8041 1F0301 Description VM....

A 26 A 30.... AF 1650 Fixing AL 9 . A 26 contactors + MMS. page 4/28 >> PN... The interlock units provided for AL.. contactors can be used for TAL types......... A 40 A 45 ... AL 40 contactors + MMS....... A 26 A 30. or d...........c........... A 75 A 95....... and TAL types............. A 75 A 95.... AF 750 Vertical mounting Contactor types Down Up A 95 .. A 40 or 2 x AL 30......VE....... AL 16 AL 26 .......... The interlock units provided for A. PM 26-23 mounting plate for: 2 x A 9 .... A 300 AF 400.... mounting plate (to be supplied separately) Rail or PM 26-23 mounting plate (1) (to be supplied separately) (1) Rail mounting for: 2 x A 9 ...VM..... page 4/31 Low Voltage Products 4/11 1SBC100122C0202 . A 40 or 2 x AL 9 ... AF 460 VM 300V VM 300V – Additional plate (not supplied) – VM 300/460V VM 750V – – VM 750V Selection Table ..... AL 16 AL 26 ... (3) The combination of A 45 ..... contactors can be used for AE............ AL 16 AL 26 .. or 2 x AL 9 ... AF 1650 VM 5-1 – – – – – – – – VM 5-1 – – – – – – – – VM 5-1 – – – – – – – – See table below – VE 5-... Interlock Units Mechanical and electrical interlocking of two a........ A 40 A 45 ......... sections 2... A 185 A 210 ...... AF 750 AF 1350....... A 185 A 210 ... contactors can be used for AF types...... operated contactors Horizontal mounting Contactor types Right Left AL 9 ......... IEC/EN 60715)................ >> Accessories Fitting Details ....... A 75 A 95 ................. 75 contactors interlocked with A 95............... A 40 A 45 ... section 9 >> PM 26 Mounting Plate .. The interlock units provided for A..c........ AL 40 A 9 . Interlock Units Mechanical interlocking of two a....................... TAE..... AF 750 Fixing A 145 . or d...... A 40 A 45 ...... AL 40 A 9 ....c.... A110 contactors cannot be mounted on symmetrical rail (75 mm... AL 40 A 9 . mounting plate (to be supplied separately) (1) Rail mounting for: 2 x A 9 . AL 40 contactors only.. operated contactors Horizontal mounting Contactor types Right Left AL 9 .. A 40 or 2 x AL 30.... 3 >> Dimensions . GA and GAE types... Mounting Plates ..c. according to the "Fitting Details" table. A 110 A 145 ..... AL 40 contactors + MMS............ 2 x A 30. (2) 2 contactors with or without MMS..... 2 x A 30. AF 750 AF 1350. AL 26 contactors + MMS.................... AF 460 AF 580. PM 26-23 mounting plate for: 2 x A 9 ....... The interlock units provided for AL.. AF............ AL 40 A 9 .................. according to the "Fitting Details" table...... A110 VE 5-1 – – – – – – VE 5-1 – – – – – – VE 5-1 VE 5-1 – – – – VE 5-1 VE 5-1 VE 5-2 – – – – VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 (3) Rail (2) – – – – VE 5-2 (3) VE 5-2 PN..... A 300 AF 400. A 26 contactors + MMS.. A 110 Fixing AL 9 .. or 2 x AL 9 ..... AL 40 contactors only... A 40 or 2 x AL 9 . AL 16 AL 26 ..... contactors can be used for AL........... A 300 AF 400 .... AL 26 contactors + MMS.. 4 AF 580..... A 300 AF 400 ...... types) (with – – – – VM 300H VM 300H – – – – – – – VM 750H – – – – – – VM 750H – – – – – – – – VM 1650H Mounting plate included – – – – VM 300/460H – Rail or PM 26-23 mounting plate (1) (to be supplied separately) PN..Z....Mechanical Interlock Units Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Selection Tables ....

....... Contactor opening can be controlled: – electrically by an impulse* (a. 440 440 . AE 75.. A 75. – manually by pressing the pushbutton on the front face of the WB 75-A block... TAL 40.60Hz Code 24 42 48 110 220 . Operation After closing........c...50Hz/d......... 440 24 ..... 277 380 ........ 240 380 ... 230 230 .... single pole auxiliary contacts (1 block on each side of the mechanical latch).. the contactor continues to be held in the closed position by the latching mechanism should the supply voltage fail at the contactor coil terminals...WB 75-A Mechanical Latching Unit Application For converting standard contactors into latched contactors..... 28 42 ..... AE 45 .....c....c.. or d...........c..... 480 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 6 5 7 8 >> Dimensions ..... TAE 45 ..... WB 75-A E1 E2 Terminal marking E2676D Ordering Details For contactors or contactor relays Type state coil voltage (see table below) Order code state coil voltage code (see table below) Weight kg Packing 1 piece A 9 ....5 (+.. built-in cable clamps.. Mounting The WB 75-A block is clipped onto the front face of the 1-stack contactor where it takes up two slots. AL 40.. The two other slots may accept CA 5..... AL 16Z.. AL 9Z .. 415 415 ....................... NL. section 9 4/12 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .... GAE 75... UA 16 . 55 110 ..... TAE 75.......... TAL 9 ..... NL Z. AF 45 ...... M3... Description 1SBC5 6548 3F0301 The WB 75-A block contains a mechanical latching device with electromagnetic impulse unlatching (a... Captive screw type connecting terminals.120 Coil voltages and codes Voltage V ...... UA 75..... N..... GA 75.......... Voltage V ........ 255 230 ...... 127 220 ..... * the coil is not designed to be permanently energized. 48 48 ..... TNL WB 75-A FPTN 372 726 R10 0... delivered untightened and protected against accidental direct contact... or d.c... AF 75..... AL 9 .....-) pozidriv 2 screw with screwdriver guidance....) or manual unlatching.....) on the WB 75-A block coil........

.. in d...... contact closing ms Mechanical durability Max..........1 Uc Coil operating range Max.... section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/13 1SBC100122C0202 .O......c....75 ......WB 75-A Mechanical Latching Unit Technical Data Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-1 Rated control voltage Uc according to the coil voltage V a.. in millions of op.. contact closing N.. contact opening – on contactor opening (unlatching) between WB.. NL Z.c........ operated coil – d. inrush holding ms ms ms ms VA VA W 20 8 50 (A..... contactors) 120 (AF.....5 (+....................... 25 7 ....5 1...c...C......O.. GA. 690 24 .c...c.. contactors) – for pull-out: (energizing of the WB block coil) 30 50 90 60 110 Coil consumption (mean values) – a.c...... in a....C... contactor relays) 120 (AL............. AL...c........Z.85 .................... switching frequency Connecting capacity – rigid solid – flexible with cable end Tightening torque – recommended – max......... V a...... 440 0. TNL................... 480 24 ...20 IP 20 Degree of protection acc..... contactors..... coil (with load factor 3 %) Min........ contactors and NL.... V d...... operated coil Operating time – on contactor closing (latching) between coil energization and: N.. cycles cycles/h no difference with the operation of a contactor without mechanical latching unit 4 5 ...... coil (with load factor 5 %) – on d..00 1.. N. to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 >> Dimensions ...c.... contactor relays) 120 (AF....... coil energization and: N.... TAE... electrical impulse time – on a.... 4 0........ 28 1 3600 with on-load factor of 8 % M3.. contactors) 50 (AE....................c.. contactors and GAE....................c.... 2.......-) pozidriv 2 screw with cable clamp Connecting terminals (delivered in open position) mm2 mm2 Nm Nm 1 ....c... contact opening ms N... 1...... UA. electrical impulse time – for latching: (energizing of the contactor coil) s s in a......... TAL..... in d.....

the slope and amplitude of which may rise to several kilovolts... page 4/15 4/14 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .... AL 9Z ... in d. 440 24 .. TAE 110 NL. TAL 9 ... AL 40....015 0. Overvoltage Factor The overvoltage factor k is defined as the ratio of the maximum overvoltage peak value Ûs to the peak value Ûc of the coil rated control voltage Uc: Ûs max. A 40 and N 12 . 50 50 . ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece RV 5/50 AL 9 ....015 0.012 0... TAE 45 . A 110 Note: The surge suppressors provided for A..c..... a............. but the technical data tolerances and the generous sizing of parts have enabled us to reduce the number of variants..... 133 110 . 440 RC 5-1/50 – – – – – – – – A 45 ....: k = _______ Uc Ûs max. AL 16Z....c......... A 884D 0 100 The graph opposite reproduces the oscillogram showing voltage discharges at the terminals of a 42 V / 50 Hz coil without peak clipping..... varistors and RC blocks...... ABB has developed a range of surge suppressors designed to reduce the k factor defined above and to limit or even completely eliminate the high pre-damping voltage frequencies....... NL.... TAL 40 TAE 45 . 90 77 . The surge suppressors provided for AE 45 .015 0............015 0......... A 110 AL 9 ........ 133 110 .............. Note: A varistor is a resistor whose value decreases to a very large extent when a certain voltage is applied at its terminals. 250 250 ...015 0...... We have chosen the following solutions: transil diodes. AE 45 .015 0.. AE 110.. 32 25 .....012 0...012 0. Each case is different.... Following a burst of discharges with a very steep slope a damped oscillation emerges with a peak value of 3500 V.. 264 – – – – – ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● RT 5/32 RT 5/65 RT 5/90 RT 5/150 RT 5/264 RV 5/50 RV 5/133 RV 5/250 RV 5/440 RC 5-1/50 RC 5-1/133 RC 5-1/250 RC 5-1/440 RC 5-2/50 RC 5-2/133 RC 5-2/250 RC 5-2/440 1SBN 050 020 R1000 1SBN 050 020 R1001 1SBN 050 020 R1002 1SBN 050 020 R1003 1SBN 050 020 R1004 1SBN 050 010 R1000 1SBN 050 010 R1001 1SBN 050 010 R1002 1SBN 050 010 R1003 1SBN 050 100 R1000 1SBN 050 100 R1001 1SBN 050 100 R1002 1SBN 050 100 R1003 1SBN 050 200 R1000 1SBN 050 200 R1001 1SBN 050 200 R1002 1SBN 050 200 R1003 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0... UA..015 0..... AL 16Z.. 250 250 ..: k = _______ Uc√2 3500 For example the following is obtained for the above graph: k = _____ ≈ 60 42 √2 Description To reduce the harmful effects of these overvoltages.. AE 45 ....015 0.... T (µs) 0 1000 100 The electromagnetic energy stored in the coil during contactor closing is restored on opening in the form of surges....012 0.. k = _______ Ûc Ûs max. NL Z. or in a.... 50 50 .... AE 110 contactors can be used for the GAE 75 types...... TAL 40. 250 250 .. >> Technical Data . AL 40..015 0... A number of drawbacks are observed ranging from interference on the electronic devices to breakdown of insulators and even destruction of certain sensitive components.....015 0...... contactors can be used for the UA....... Ordering Details For contactors 1SBC5 7400 1F0301 Control voltage V d.015 0...Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils Application (V) 1000 The operation of inductive circuits causes overvoltages..RA and GA 75 types... NL Z......... 50 50 ....... 150 150 .... The coil was switched by 8 series-connected poles of a contactor relay. AL 9Z ... AE 110.....015 1SBC5 7389 1F0301 24 ...... 440 24 . 133 110 .....015 0.. TAE 110 N...c.....c. in particular on opening of the contactor coil... TNL A 9 . TAL 9 ... TNL A 9 ... 65 50 .......

Wiring Diagrams A1 A1 A1 E0733D E0735D A2 Transil diode A2 A2 Varistor RC type Dimensions block RT 5.c.Unpolarized system . +70 RC 5-1/133 RC 5-2/133 50 ....Unpolarized system. RV 5/50 24 .. 90 150 RT 5/150 77 . RC 5 Low Voltage Products E0844D The add-on block does not increase the contactor overall dimensions E0734D 4/15 1SBC100122C0202 . Clipping as from Uvdr*. +70 RV 5/133 50 . 4 RC type Control voltage Uc Residual overvoltage (clipping voltage) Opening time growth factor Operating temperature Fixing Advantages °C Connection to the coil terminals (parallel mounting) V a. Clipped onto the top part of the contactor base without change in contactor overall dimensions. 3 -20 . RT 5/32 12 . 1..5 -20 .Attenuation of steep fronts and thus of high frequencies.. 133 270 RV 5/250 110 .. V d. Good energy absorption .3 -20 . 250 480 RV 5/440 250 . 1..c.. thus voltage front up to this point...c.Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils Technical Data Transil diode Control voltage Uc Residual overvoltage (clipping voltage) Opening time growth factor Operating temperature Fixing Advantages Drawback °C Connection to the coil terminals (parallel mounting) V d. 264 390 Varistor Control voltage Uc Opening time growth factor Operating temperature Fixing Advantages Drawback °C Connection to the coil terminals (parallel mounting) V a. 133 RC 5-1/250 RC 5-2/250 110 . +70 Clip-on for both fixing and connection..... RV 5.. 250 RC 5-1/440 RC 5-2/440 250 .. *Uvdr = Varistor operating voltage (voltage dependent resistor). 50 2 to 3 x Uc max./d. V a.2 .c...c.. tolerance ± 10 %.5 .. Clipped onto the top part of the contactor base without change in contactor overall dimensions...... 65 100 RT 5/90 50 .Simple. A certain delay on drop out which does not however reduce contactor breaking capacity..c. 150 210 RT 5/264 150 . 32 50 1.... RT 5/65 25 . Clipped onto the top part of the contactor base without change in contactor overall dimensions. 440 Clip-on for both fixing and connection.. No operating delays. High energy absorption: good damping .c.. RC 5-1/50 RC 5-2/50 24 . Residual overvoltage (clipping voltage) V a. reliable system.1 ... Very fast clipping . 1..c. 440 825 Clip-on for both fixing and connection... 50 132 1../d.

colourless) for fixing on the front face of the d. TAE. AL.. TAE. Ordering details For contactors CB 5… 1SBC5 7571 3F0301 Contacts Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg A 9 . NL Z. max. voltage = 400 V. approximately 10 cm long...Z. Impulse Contact Blocks Application Impulse contact blocks are available in two different types: CB 5-10: N..022 BL 5-L Note: The BL 5-L block provided for the A. AL. UA.Impulse Contact blocks Lamp Holder . N BL 5-F 1SBN 070 055 R1000 1 0. AE. contact with a red pushbutton ("OFF" function). AL..Z.020 Note: The BL 5-F block provided for the A. Mounting: Clipped onto the front face of the contactors. Ordering details 1SBC5 7569 3F0301 For contactors Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg A 9 . Equipped with 2 connecting leads (1 mm2 and approximately 10 cm long). TAE. GAE NL. Mounting: Clipped onto the front face of the contactors.. TAL. TAL.. NL. UA... UA. and TNL types.. GA and GAE types. AL.2 W. N BL 5-L 1SBN 070 054 R1000 1 0. Description Block designed to hold a fuse cartridge (5 x 20. starter enclosures (insulated enclosures).. contactors and N. and TNL types.. BL 5-L Lamp Holder Block Application: Lamp holder for indicator light. Description These blocks are equipped with 2 connecting leads 0. CB 5-01: N.. AL. Impulse contact blocks BL 5-L Lamp holder blocks BL 5-F Fuse holder blocks 4/16 1SBC100122C0202 E0855D Low Voltage Products E0856D 36 . NL Z. max. contactor relays can be used for the AF. Ordering details For contactors 1SBC5 7570 1F0301 1SBC5 7567 3F0301 Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg A 9 . BL 5-F Fuse Holder Block Application: Fuse holder for the control circuit. P = 1. A 110 1 – – 1 CB 5-10 CB 5-01 1SBN 010 013 R1010 1SBN 010 013 R1001 1 1 0.Fuse Holder CB 5.. 1SBC5 7567 3F0301 1SBC5 7568 2F0301 Description Block designed to hold a bulb...8 23.O. GAE. contactor relays can be used for the AF.l. contact with a black pushbutton ("ON" function).. TAL.).. AE. 4 A max.8 36 E0841D E0842D CB 5.5 mm2 with end.2 9. Dimensions (in mm) BL 5-F 9. contactors can be used for the AF. GA. AL. length = 28 mm).8 27. GA.C. not supplied (BA 9 s type. contactors and N.... Mounting: Clipped onto the front face of the contactors. A 110.012 0.Z. A 110.012 Note: The CB 5-10 and CB 5-01 blocks provided for the A.. AE.o. not supplied. max. red. with 3 lenses (green. Equipped with 2 connecting leads 1 mm2 and approximately 10 cm long..

AL 16. AL 16Z. AL 9 . N contactors with BP 16 Drilling plan for AL 9 .. UA 16. N.141 BP 16 A 9 .RA. indelible felt-tip pen or pentel white. AL 16Z. TAL 16.5 4. UA 16.017 BP 16 Mounting Piece Application Mounting piece for screw fixing (M4.. A 16.. UA16. TAL 16. NL Z and TNL contactors with BP 16 Low Voltage Products E2801D 4/17 1SBC100122C0202 .RA..5 (M4) 84 E2118D 94 4.... Description The BA 5-50 is a set of 50 function markers designed to be clipped onto the front face of devices...5 Drilling plan for A 9 . NL. Ordering details For contactors BA 5-50 1SBC5 7587 4F0301 Type Order code Packing Weight box kg Contactors. BP 16 AL 9Z .... contactor relays and accessories BA 5-50 1SBN 110 000 R1000 1 0. NL. Ordering details For contactors Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 100 pieces 1SBC5 8672 4F0302 4 100 0.5 4.. offering a wide fixing facility. AL 16..5 4. NL Z and TNL 1SBN 111 403 R1000 35 35 ø 4. thermal O/L relays. TAL 9 . A 16 ... Self-adhesive labels (not supplied) can also be added to them. Effective marking surface: 7 x 19 mm. AL 9Z ....5 (M4) ø 4. Description Add-on mounting piece on contactor's rear face. UA 16. TAL 9 . Easy handling of screwdrivers and screw driving.BA 5-50 Function Markers BP 16 Mounting Piece BA 5-50 Function Markers Application For marking contactors.. contactor relays and accessories. series contactors indicated in the table below. not supplied) of A. thermal O/L relays. Details can be added to these markers using a ball point pen.

.................c..... more generally.. to the PLC output. A 50-30-00 + RA 5 RA 5 interface relay PLC Output Uc 250 V a. Ordering Details For contactors Coil voltages Control voltage Uc Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece A 9 ....... insulators and.. according to their polarity....c.... signals delivered by PLC's or other sources with a low output power and to restore them with sufficient power to operate the coils of the relevant A 9 ..................RA and GA types..... Description RA 5 RA 5 interface relay is made up of a miniature electromechanical relay equipped with a N....... – on the power contactor coil via a varistor.... The RA 5 is equipped with surge suppressors: – on the 24 V d..... A110 contactors use R1561 interface relay. Specific catalogue available on request. RA 5 1SBN 060 000 R1001 1 0..O...... E2 – E1 + + A1 KM1 A2 E0742DG Mounting Terminal pads clamped inside the contactor coil terminals...... section 9 4/18 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ... The RA 5 is equipped with two terminal pads for connection to the A1 and A2 terminals of the contactor coil.... 1SBC5 8660 4F0303 Connection The "E1+" and "E2–" input terminals must be connected... A0 RA 5 A2 – 24 V d. the RA 5 is protected against relay pole reversal by a diode inserted between the E1 and E2 input terminals..... A 75..c...... contact ensures switching of the power contactor.......c.... 250 V / 50-60 Hz 24 V d........ This coil is supplied between the A0 and A2 terminals of the RA 5.... Furthermore............... For A95...........RA 5 Interface Relay Application 1SBC5 7611 3F0302 RA 5 interface relay is designed to receive 24 V d..... A 75 contactors or the N.... relay coil via a diode... >> Dimensions ...050 Notes: The interface relays provided for the A. Coil switching gives rise to overvoltages which have adverse effects on the electronic devices....... N 24 ... contactors can be used for the UA..O..... contactors relays....... on component lifetime...c......c... The interface relay coil is controlled by the PLC while the N.. contact and with a low consumption 24 V d. UA....... coil...

... +70 -25 ..c.. contact closing ms Varistor Diode Diode Closing and drop-out < 10 ms ms ms ms 19 . 2. A 40 contactors or N.. 32 15 . range Max. max. with EN 50274 Degree of protection acc. (between E1 and E2) – from 0. ..) – rigid solid – flexible with cable end Tightening torque – recommended – max. 4 0.... short supply interruption immunity time V d.O. contactor relay 1 (600 cycles/h) on A 45 . mA V d.RA 5 Interface Relays Technical Data General technical data Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-4-1 Permissible ambient temperature: – for free air operation: – at Uc = 24 V d...c...1Uc – for storage Climatic withstand Operating altitude Mounting position Fixing Connecting terminals (delivered in open position) Connecting capacity (min. to IEC 60947-1/EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529/EN 60529 4 Working data Surge suppression: – for contactor coil – for interface relay coil Protection against polarity reversal between terminals E1 and E2 Interface relay operating time Total operating time.. 28 Electrical input data Control voltage (E1and E2 terminals) Uc – rated value – max.. contact opening – between de-energization and: N. 30 0.....c. +70 Complies with that of associated contactors < 3000 No limitation Using the contactor A1 and A2 terminal connecting parts M3..O.. 2 x mm2 2 x mm2 Nm Nm m V a.C. W V d.. +55 -40 .5 1.c. interface relay + contactor: – between energization and: N.4 <1 > 17 4 Electrical output data Switching voltage (A 0 and A 2 terminals) Electrical durability V a. consumption for Uc = 24 V d. 36 16 .c..C..85 to 1.20 Protection against direct contact in acc.c.5 (+. V d.75 ...-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 1 . contact opening N.c.c. A 75 contactors million of operating cycles Low Voltage Products 4/19 1SBC100122C0202 . < 250 2 (600 cycles/h) on A 9 . ms 24 17 . contact closing N. 25 18 .00 1. θ = 20 °C "0" status (relay open) for Uc or I c "1" status (relay closed) for Uc Max...3 < 2. IEC 60255-5 250 °C °C °C -25 .

.......... Terminal Shrouds Application Main terminal protection for A 145 .....050 0.220 0....... A 300 with lugs AF 400 ......070 0...... A 300 with connectors A 210 ..... AF 460 with lugs 1SFT 98000-014 LT 300-AC LT 300-AL LT 460-AC LT 460-AL LT 750-AC LT 750-AL 1SFN 125 101 R1000 1SFN 125 103 R1000 1SFN 125 104 R1000 1SFN 125 701 R1000 1SFN 125 703 R1000 1SFN 126 101 R1000 1SFN 126 103 R1000 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 0..... A 110 contactors do not require additional terminal shrouds as their terminals are all already protected against accidental direct contact in acc................ section 9 4/20 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ....... Note: A 9 .....................825 A 210 ...... AF 750 with connectors AF 580 ................... A 185 with connectors A 145 ........ A 300 with short. AF 460 with connectors AF 400 .....800 0.280 0.......... types.100 0...... Two terminal shrouds should be provided for each separate contactor...... LT …-AY >> Dimensions .. with EN 50274... can be protected against accidental direct contact after wiring (EN 50274) by the addition of terminal shrouds (see table below)............. A 185 with short...... A 185 with lugs A 145 ...... bar LY 300 LT 300-AY AF 580 .050 LT …-AL A 210 ...LT. The auxiliary contact blocks and coils are designed to provide an IP 20 degree of protection.. Ordering Details For contactors 1SFT 98099-125 Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece A 145 . The main terminals..120 0.... AF 750 with lugs Note: The shrouds provided for the A....... contactors can be used for the AF...... equipped with lugs or connectors....075 0...... AF 750 contactors.............. 1SFT 98099-019C3 LT …-AC Description Each terminal shroud protects all the terminals on one side of the contactor.......... bar LY 185 or between A 145 and TA 200DU or between A 185 and TA 200DU LT 185-AC LT 185-AL LT 185-AY 1SFN 124 701 R1000 1SFN 124 703 R1000 1SFN 124 704 R1000 2 2 1 0...

.010 4 Note: The LK. GA and GAE types. contactors can be used for the AF.. A 110 contactors and derivative versions.. The LK 110 must be held in place until the connector has been clamped.LK... ● Degree of protection IP 20 ● Connecting terminal delivered in open position: cable clamp and M 3. The LK 75.... A 75 Right and left on A 95 .20 Nm 1SBC5 7577 3F0301 LK 75-F Ordering Details 1SBC5 7575 3F0301 Connection Type Order code Packing pieces Weight kg 1 piece Right and left on A 45 . A 110 LK 75-L LK 75-F LK 110 1SBN 073 552 R1003 1SBN 073 552 R1002 1SFN 074 352 R1000 2 2 2 0.. LK 110 LK ...75 ... AE.... 2. positioning 13 E1559D 19 11 E1563D LK 75-F Low Voltage Products E1562D E1558D 4/21 1SBC100122C0202 . A 75 Opposite on A 45 . 1.006 0. 4 mm2 – 1 or 2 flexible conductors with cable end 0.. LK 75-L Description Accessories clipped into the slots placed above each power terminal connector. Terminals for Control Lead Connections Application 1SBC5 7576 3F0301 Terminals designed to connect the control conductors to the main poles of the A 45 ... UA.-) pozidriv 2 screw. ● Cable cross-sectional area: – 1 or 2 rigid conductors 1 .5 (+..00 Nm – maxi. AM.5 mm2 ● Tightening torque for the LK. screw: – recommended 1... LK 110 Dimensions (in mm) 13 19 13 E0266D LK 75-L. are fitted with a pin designed to hold them in place until the connector has been fully clamped with its power cable. terminals provided for the A. TAE...006 0.

.240) – Note: Connectors provided for the A.....400 Double......400 0. AF 1650 4x(120.. A 185 A 210 ....240 2x(50..120) 3x(70..95 25..100 0. Connector Terminals for Al and Cu Cables 1SFT 98099-011C1 Application Connection of copper and aluminium cables to the terminal pads of the poles of A and AF contactors.LZ. contactors can be used for the AF types. A 300 A 145. 4/22 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .200 0... A 185 A 210 .265 0..240 35. Connector Terminals LZ...110 0..150 120.400 0.100 0..120) 2x(95.. A 185 A 210 .300 0.200 0. A 185 A 145.185) – – – – – 1SDA 023 354 R0001 1SDA 023 368 R0001 1SDA 023 356 R0001 1SDA 023 357 R0001 1SDA 023 370 R0001 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0..240) – AF 1350. Cu Single Al & Cu 1SBC5 8054 2F0302 A 145. A 300 AF 400 . AF 750 6... AF 750 AF 400 . AF 460 A 145.. 1SFT 98099-095C2 Ordering details Cables For contactors Cable cross section mm2 Type Order code Packing Weight set kg 1 piece LZ… Single.. Cu Double Al & Cu Triple Al & Cu Multi Al & Cu LZ 185-2C/120 1SFN 074 709 R1000 – – 1SDA 025 766 R0001 1SDA 023 380 R0001 1SDA 023 384 R0001 1SDA 023 387 R0001 LZ… 2x(120....185 16....

. max. AL... 35 6 .. TAE and UA types.. 50 6 ...... 4 6 2.5 .. IEC 60529 and EN 60529 LD 110 Note: The utilization of LD.. AE.... A 40 A 45........ 6 2.... blocks are 3-pole terminal blocks with tunnel terminals. A 110 Note: The LD............ 1SBC5 8318 3F0301 Description The LD.. Possible cross section of rigid cable in the contactor terminals mm2 LD 16 4 LD 26 6 LD 40 10 LD 75 50 LD 110 95 >> Dimensions ...7 IP 10 2... Additional Terminal Blocks Application The LD..... 16 1. terminal blocks provided for the A. .. 16 1.5 . The available range can be used on A 9 to A 110 contactors.......... terminal block is designed to increase the connecting capacity of the contactor on which it is fitted and for preparation of the wiring before final connection on the contactor... 70 10 ....) Rigid solid (≤ 4 mm2) 1 x mm2 stranded (≥ 6 mm2) 2 x mm2 } 1... 35 10 ..........5 4 ..5 .... 16 4 ..... 25 6 .....030 0... contactors can be used for the AF................... 4 Technical Data LD 26 Types 1SBC5 8317 3F0301 LD 16 V V 690 600 LD 26 LD 40 LD 75 LD 110 Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 according to UL / CSA Connecting terminals with single connector LD 40 mm 6x6 6x7 8x10 10x11 12x12 1SBC2 8074 2F0301 Connecting capacity (min. AL.5 ... 6 1....5 M8 (S = 4 mm) 6 Tightening torque (cable connection) 4 Degree of protection acc...Z...... to IEC 60947-4-1.. The LD75 and LD110 terminal blocks are fixed in the 3 independent slots located above the built-in connectors...5 . A 75 1SBC5 8316 2F0301 LD 16 LD 26 LD 40 LD 75 LD 110 1SBN 071 408 R1000 1SBN 072 408 R1000 1SBN 072 808 R1000 1SBN 073 508 R1000 1SFN 074 308 R1000 2 2 1 1 1 0.......5 . 50 10 ........5 ....... 10 8 6 ..........LD... 25 12 Hexagon socket Flexible with cable end 1 x mm2 2 x mm2 Bars mm LD 75 Screw terminals (delivered in closed position) 1SBC5 8072 2F0301 (+.. 16 10 M6 10 . 16 2. 35 4 .......040 0.. EN 60947-4-1.. A 9-30-10 with LD 16 Ordering Details 1SBC5 8073 1F0301 For contactors Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece A 9 . TAL............. section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/23 1SBC100122C0202 . 25 4 ...............115 0.. 4 6......075 0...... A 16 A 26 A 30..-) pozidriv 2 M4 M5 Nm 1.......5 2......... additional terminal blocks keeps the posssibility to connect the following cables directly in the contactor main terminals but the BED and BEM connecting sets can no longer be used.5 ........................150 LD 16 A 95.. 16 2..

.... pieces provided for the A.230 Note: The LW....5 13 15 x 3 17..... For contactors Dimensions hole Ø bar mm mm Type Order code Packing Weight set kg 1 set A 145..... pieces provided for the A.......LX............................ A 300 AF 400.......... AF 460 AF 580. page 4/22 >> Connection sets .. A 185 A 210 ......250 0...............500 0..100 0............... AF 750 8.......730 1................. A185 A 210 .....5 10... TAE and UA types...450 0.......... AE......... Ordering details For contactors Dimensions hole Ø bar mm mm Type Order code Packing Weight set kg 1 set LW........... Ordering details LX.. AF 460 AF 580........... AF 750 6...... >> Connectors .. A 95... page 4/26 >> Dimensions .........5 10..........250 0..... contactors can be used for the AF types...........5 x 5 20 x 5 25 x 5 40 x 6 LX 185 LX 300 LX 460 LX 750 1SFN 074 710 R1000 1SFN 075 110 R1000 1SFN 075 710 R1000 1SFN 076 110 R1000 1 1 1 1 0.......... Description Sets containing 3 tin plated copper bars fixed by an isolating spacer..........5 10.. LW......5 10.......350 0......5 13 17..... Terminal Extension Pieces Application Extension pieces designed to extend the main terminals of contactors for combined mounting of connectors and connection sets.......... A 110 A 145..850 Note: The LX... Terminal Enlargement LX.... Enlargement Pieces 1SFT 98000-011C3 Application Enlargement pieces designed to increase the width of the contactor terminal pads in order to allow larger connectors to be mounted...5 10.............................. contactors can be used for the AF.... 1SFT 98000-012C3 Description Sets containing 3 tin plated copper bars fixed by an isolating spacer..... Terminal Extension LW. section 9 4/24 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .........5 x 5 20 x 5 25 x 5 40 x 6 LW 110 LW 185 LW 300 LW 460 LW 750 1SFN 074 307 R1000 1SFN 074 707 R1000 1SFN 075 107 R1000 1SFN 075 707 R1000 1SFN 076 107 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 0...... A 300 AF 400...

. For the maximum permissible current values with parallel-connected poles see "Parallel Connection of Main Poles".. ● To connect poles in parallel and thus increase the a. 1SFT 98000-010C3 1SBC5 7584 2F0301 LP 25 Description Types for connection of "n" poles with terminal insulated LP 185 LP....... AL. (LY allows 3 phases to be short-circuited)... – The strips provided for the N.. load passing through the flow path made up of the parallel-connected poles: LP and LH (2 poles). AE. The relevant cable cross-sectional area may limit the maximum permissible current...300 0. AF 750 A9 A 12 A 16 A 95.. LG (4 poles).. ● To connect poles in series and thus increase the d....950 0.. Consult the information in the table below.. Use terminal shrouds.. A 185 A 210 . A 75 A9 A 12 A 16 30 32 34 – 50 300 475 725 1200 33 36 39 240 400 670 1000 1650 35 38 45 72 200 50 54 63 100 140 275 62 67 72 6 6 6 6 – – – – – 6 6 6 – – – – – 10 10 10 16 95 16 16 16 35 50 150 16 16 16 LP 16 FPEP 407 000 R0001 10 0...Terminal Connecting Strips and Shorting Bars Application Parallel and series connection of 3-pole and 4-pole contactor poles: ● To obtain a star point (3 parallel-connected poles): LY...055 0.. LG..095 0...012 SB7170C3_1 SB7170C3_2 SB7170C3_3 Note: – The strips and shorting bars provided for the A.....010 0.. A 75 A9 A 12 A 16 A 26 A 30..450 0..... >> Parallel Connection of Main Poles ... TAL and TAE types... AF 460 AF 580..037 0..550 0.c. contactors can be used for the AF. AF 460 AF 580. 1SBC5 7583 2F0301 n=2 n=3 n=2 n=3 n=4 no no yes yes yes yes (1) yes (1) no no no (1) LP 185 . nominal continuous current with "n" poles A Cable crosssectional area mm2 Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg LY 16 4 1SFT 98000-013C3 1 piece LY 185 LH.. Ordering Details For contactors max.085 0.....004 0. AL........... LF. page 4/20 Low Voltage Products 4/25 1SBC100122C0202 . A 300 AF 400... A 185 A 210 .. LY. A 300 AF 400.200 0.... page 2/90 >> Terminal Shrouds ......010 0.. LP 750....800 0. load controlled by the poles: LP and LH... NL Z and TNL types.. AF 750 A9 A 12 A 16 A 26 A 45 . LY and LF (3 poles) . LF....002 LP 25 LP 185 LP 300 LP 460 LP 750 LY 16 LY 110 LY 185 LY 300 LY 460 LY 750 LH 16 LH 25 LH 75 LF 16 LF 26 LF 40 LF 75 LG 16 FPEP 407 001 R0001 1SFN 074 712 R1000 1SFN 075 112 R1000 1SFN 075 712 R1000 1SFN 076 112 R1000 FPEP 407 002 R0001 1SFN 074 303 R1000 1SFN 074 703 R1000 1SFN 075 103 R1000 1SFN 075 703 R1000 1SFN 076 103 R1000 FPTN 477 017 R0001 FPTN 472 669 R0001 FPTN 472 734 R0001 FPTN 477 017 R0002 1SBN 072 405 R1000 1SBN 073 205 R1000 FPTN 472 735 R0001 FPTN 477 017 R0003 10 2 2 2 2 10 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0. contactors relays can be used for the NL...Z.014 0. A 40 A 45 .....022 0.. A9 A 12 A 16 N A 26 A 145.. LH.400 0..c.. LY 750 not insulated... A 110 A 145..300 0. LY 185 ..005 0. LF. LG...

.. A 185 A 210 .. stranded...450 0.300 1SFT 98001-011C3 BEM 300-30 Note: The connections provided for the A...200 3..100 4..Connection Sets Connections for Reversing Contactors Application Connections between the main poles of two 3-pole contactors mounted side by side as reversing contactors........ AL.. for 4-pole connections Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 set A 45.... A 110 A 145..... AF 750 BES 75-30 BES 110 BES 185 BES 300 BES 460 BES 750 1SBN 083 504 R1000 1SFN 084 304 R1000 1SFN 084 704 R1000 1SFN 085 104 R1000 1SFN 085 704 R1000 1SFN 086 104 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 1 0....130 0. Ordering details E0618D1 Mounting on 3-pole contactors Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 set BEM 75-30 A 9 ... contactors can be used for the AF.. Ordering details Mounting on 4-pole contactors E0461D1 BES. A 300 AF 400...500 1. rigid copper wires BEM 75-30 .... BEM 16-30 – Insulated.... rigid copper cables.... A 75 A 95. LX… terminal extension pieces should be used.000 2.096 0..700 Note: The connections provided for the A.... AE and TAE types.Z. page 4/22 >> Terminal Extension Pieces .... stranded. A 40 A 50 ... contactors can be used for the AF....... A 185 A 210 .. For flange connectors.400 Note: The connections provided for the A. Description These sets are made up of four downstream connections. A 75 A 95.400 7....243 0..... contactors... AF 750 BEM 16-30 BEM 26-30 BEM 40-30 BEM 75-30 BEM 110-30 BEM 185-30 BEM 300-30 BEM 460-30 BEM 750-30 1SBN 081 401 R1000 1SBN 082 401 R1000 1SBN 082 801 R1000 1SBN 083 501 R1000 1SFN 084 301 R1000 1SFN 084 701 R1000 1SFN 085 101 R1000 1SFN 085 701 R1000 1SFN 086 101 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. A 16 A 26 A 30... Description This set is made up of three downstream or upstream connections.. solid copper bars On the A.. BES 75-40 >> Flange Connectors . A 75 BES 75-40 1SBN 083 302 R1000 1 0... page 4/24 4/26 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .. with insulated.. A 300 AF 400.. solid.... A1 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A1 BEM… connections E0744D A2 A2 Description The sets are made up of three upstream connections and three downstream connections.056 0..900 1.. BEM 40-30 – Insulated. the power supply by bars or cables equipped with lugs is directly connected to the terminal pads of the main poles. rigid copper wires BEM 26-30..250 0. 3-pole Connections Phase to Phase A1 1 A2 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A2 E0860D A1 Application Connections between the main poles of two 3-pole contactors horizontal mounted.... Connections for 4-pole Changeover Contactors A1 1 A2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A2 E0743D A1 Application Connection between the main poles of two 4-pole contactors mounted side by side so that they operate as source reversing contactors... for 3-pole connections Mounting on 3-pole contactors 1SFT 98000-009C6 Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 set BES… A 50 ..025 0. A 50.. AL.. AE and TAE types. AE and TAE types. contactors can be used for the AF.. TAL.... AF 460 AF 580.... BEM 750-30 – Insulated.. Ordering details BES.. AF 460 AF 580... A 110 A145.

...400 0......700 6... BED 40 1 3 5 E0859D E1143D BED 16-1 ............700 4 A 26 A 30 A 40 A 50 A 63 A 75 A 95 A 110 A 145 A 185 A 210 A 260 A 300 AF 400 AF 460 AF 460 AF 580 AF 580 AF 750 BED 110 BED 185 E2122D Note: The connections provided for A.BED. BED 75 connection sets............ AE. AL...... page 2/51 Low Voltage Products 4/27 1SBC100122C0202 .... BED 16 / BED 16-1..........Upstream side. – Three connections for star and delta contactors .280 0. contactors can be used for the AL....180 0..100 1. – Insulated..500 2.100 3.. BED 95 ..... TAL and TAE types....050 0. – Insulated.. Connection Sets Connections for Star-Delta Starters Application Connections between the main poles of a star-delta starter.....070 0. solid copper bars..... For mechanically interlocked star and delta contactors use BED 16 ..500 1....300 1. BED 750 are designed for both star and delta contactors with or without mechanical interlock unit.045 0...... – The necessary elements to create the star point upstream of the star contactor. BED 75-1 connection sets are designed for star and delta contactors without mechanical interlock unit (contactors mounting joined side by side).. Ordering details For contactors Interlock unit between star and delta contactors Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 set BED 75-1 Line and Delta Star A9 A 12 A 16 E2123D A9 A9 A 12 A 16 A 26 A 26 A 30 A 40 A 50 A 75 A 95 A 110 A 145 A 185 A 210 A 260 A 260 A 300 AF 400 AF 400 AF 460 AF 580 – VM / VE 5-1 – VM / VE 5-1 – VM / VE 5-1 – VE 5-2 – VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VM 300H VM 300H VM 300H VM 300H VM 300/460H VM 750H VM 750H VM 750H BED 16-1 BED 16 BED 26-1 BED 26 BED 40-1 BED 40 BED 50-1 BED 50 BED 75-1 BED 75 BED 95 BED 110 BED 145 A BED 185 BED 210 BED 300 BED 400 BED 460 BED 580 BED 750 1SBN 081 403 R1001 1SBN 081 403 R1000 1SBN 082 403 R1001 1SBN 082 403 R1000 1SBN 082 803 R1001 1SBN 082 803 R1000 1SBN 083 503 R1001 1SBN 083 503 R1000 1SBN 084 103 R1001 1SBN 084 103 R1000 1SFN 084 303 R1000 1SFN 084 503 R1000 1SFN 084 703 R1000 1SFN 084 903 R1000 1SFN 085 103 R1000 1SFN 085 303 R1000 1SFN 085 503 R1000 1SFN 085 703 R1000 1SFN 085 903 R1000 1SFN 086 103 R1000 0...070 0. stranded solid copper wires.... BED 26 / BED 26-1 BED 40 / BED 40-1 BED 50 / BED 50-1...250 0.... Description These sets are made up of: – Three line contactor / delta contactor connections . BED 750 – Insulated.Downstream side.....500 4....180 0.. BED 75 / BED 75-1 BED 95 .. solid copper wires.... – Solid copper bars and insulated stranded copper wires...300 7..........040 0.. BED 400 E2121D >> Controlgear Selection Guide for Star-Delta Starters ...040 0...Z...

insulated 3-pole connecting link (touch safe) ensures the electrical linking between the contactor and the corresponding manual motor starter. 400 V Contactor & fixing Screws not supplied Connecting link BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 26/116 BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 26/325 BEA 26/325AL BEA 40/450 BEA 40/450 BEA 50/450 BEA 75/495 BEA 75/495 BEA 75/495 BEA 110/495 BEA 110/495 MMS & fixing Screws / Rail not supplied Mounting plate A A 9-30-10 + BEA 16/116 + MS 116 DOL Starter 9 12 16 16 9 12 16 25 32 37 50 50 63 75 90 100 A9 AL 9 A 12 AL 12 A 16 AL 16 A 26 A9 AL 9 A 12 AL 12 A 16 AL 16 A 26 AL 26 A 30 A 40 A 50 A 50 A 63 A 75 A 95 A 110 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 x M4 2 x M4 2 x M4 2 x M6 2 x M6 2 x M6 2 x M6 2 x M6 MS116 MS116 MS116 MS116 MS325 MS325 MS325 MS325 MS 450 MS 450 MS 450 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 – – 15x35 mm – – – PM26-13 15x35 mm 15x35 mm 15x35 mm – – – PM26-13 – – – – – – – – 15x35 mm 15x35 mm 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 Reversing Starter Ie max... See Database of coordination tables on the ABB Website: www. Two PM26. AC-3.. mounting plates are available to suit the type of motor starting: PM26-13 single mounting plate for DOL Starters or PM26-23 double adjustable mounting plate for Reversing Starters.. select: "Support" and select: "Online Product Selection Tools"... The products are mounted onto the plate without the need for screws. complying with IEC 60947-4-1 and EN 60947-4-1. Mounting Plates for Contactors and Manual Motor Starters Application The BEA. The PM26. AC-3.. connecting link is used to connect a contactor to an associated manual motor starter. Description The BEA.com/lowvoltage Right menu.BEA 16 . connecting link.. BEA 110 Connecting Links and PM26.. mounting plates are used.. 1SBC5 8294 5F0301 Selection Table Direct-On-Line Starter Ie max. to create secure DOL and Reversing Starters.abb... These are then used together as DOL or Reversing Starters in type 1 or type 2 coordination. 400 V Contactors & fixing Screws not supplied Connecting link BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 26/116 BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 26/325 BEA 26/325AL BEA 40/450 BEA 40/450 BEA 50/450 BEA 75/495 BEA 75/495 BEA 75/495 BEA 110/495 BEA 110/495 MMS & fixing Screws not supplied A 9 12 16 A 26-30-10 + BEA 26/325 + MS 325 + PM26-13 DOL Starter Connection set for the contactors BEM 16-30 BEM 16-30 BEM 16-30 BEM 26-30 BEM 16-30 BEM 16-30 BEM 16-30 BEM 26-30 BEM 40-30 BEM 40-30 BEM 75-30 BEM 75-30 BEM 75-30 BEM 75-30 BEM 110-30 BEM 110-30 Interlock unit (see "Accessory Fitting Details") Mounting plate 16 9 12 16 25 32 37 50 50 63 75 90 100 2xA9 2 x AL 9 2 x A 12 2 x AL 12 2 x A 16 2 x AL 16 2 x A 26 2xA9 2 x AL 9 2 x A 12 2 x AL 12 2 x A 16 2 x AL 16 2 x A 26 2 x AL 26 2 x A 30 2 x A 40 2 x A 50 2 x A 50 2 x A 63 2 x A 75 2 x A 95 2 x A 110 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 x M4 4 x M4 4 x M4 4 x M6 4 x M6 4 x M6 4 x M6 4 x M6 1SBC5 9165 3F0302 MS116 MS116 MS116 MS116 MS325 MS325 MS325 MS325 MS 450 MS 450 MS 450 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 MS 495 – – – – – – – – 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 2 x M5 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VM 5-1 / VE 5-1 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 VE 5-2 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 PM26-23 – – – – – – – – 4/28 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products . they are simply clipped into position... with the BEA.

............... section 2 >> MMS .......... BEA 110 Connecting Links and PM26... and TAE...... and TAL.062 0...... A 63.Z..024 0...... A 12............ 1SBC5 9080 3F0302 Mounting Characteristics The contactors and MMS are mounted onto the PM26-... A 16 AL 9.... contactors can be used for the AF.... AL 16 A 26 A 9..124 BEA 16/116 1SBC5 8276 3F0301 A 26 AL 26 A 30.... A 26 MS 116 MS 325 MS 116 MS 325 PM26-13 PM26-23 1SBN 092 406 R1000 1SBN 091 407 R1000 2 1 0.............. 2/17 >> Dimensions .. AL 12....... page 4/10 >> Accessory Fitting Details .. mounting plates provided for the A......120 0.....330 4 The PM26-.................... mounting plates can be fixed into place either by 2 x 35 mm rail positioned 125 mm apart or by screws (see "Dimensions" for drilling plan)........ section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/29 1SBC100122C0202 ..Z and TAL........ contactors can be used for the AL......../...160 0. pages 2/8. connecting links provided for the A.... types.....031 0.. A 16 AL 9..... section 5 >> BEM........ A 110 BEA 40/450 The BEA............. Connection Sets .................033 0..032 0............061 0.... The PM26-. The plates can only be mounted in position 1 and 5 (see "Contactor Technical Data" for mounting position diagram) PM26-13 PM26-23 1SBC5 9078 5F0302 >> Contactors ... page 4/26 >> Interlock Units .. A 40 A 50 A 50...031 0...............027 0..... types...... A 12....... The BEA..................... Mounting plates For contactors For MMS Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece 1 x A 26 2 x A 9 . AL 12.... types............AL connecting links provided for the AL....020 0....... AL............... AE.. A 75 A 95. they are simply clipped into position................... Mounting Plates for Contactors and Manual Motor Starters Ordering Details Connecting links 1SBC5 8281 3F0301 For contactors For MMS Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece A 9...... AL 16 MS 116 MS 116 MS 116 MS 325 MS 325 MS 325 MS 325 MS 450 MS 450 MS 495 MS 495 BEA 16/116 BEA 16/116AL BEA 26/116 BEA 16/325 BEA 16/325AL BEA 26/325 BEA 26/325AL BEA 40/450 BEA 50/450 BEA 75/495 BEA 110/495 1SBN 081 406 R1000 1SBN 081 406 R1003 1SBN 082 406 R1000 1SBN 081 406 R1001 1SBN 081 406 R1002 1SBN 082 406 R1001 1SBN 082 406 R1002 1SBN 083 206 R1000 1SBN 083 506 R1000 1SBN 084 106 R1000 1SBN 084 506 R1000 10 5 10 10 5 10 10 1 1 1 1 0.. contactors can be used for the AL.... plate without the need for screws.........BEA 16 .........

A 185 1SFT 98001-005C3 T3 S 3. A 185 A 210 A 210..280 1.720 A 210 A 210 . AF 750 1SFT 98001-009C3 OESA 250 OESA 250 to OESA 400 OESA 400 OESA 630 to OESA 800 BEF 185/OESA250 BEF 300/OESA400 BEF 460/OESA400 BEF 750/OESA800 1SFN 084 908 R1000 1SFN 085 108 R1000 1SFN 085 708 R1000 1SFN 086 108 R1000 1 1 1 1 0. AF 460 AF 400. A 300 AF 400..260 0..LR BEF 460H/OESA400 BEF 300H/OESA400 AF 400.... A 300 AF 400 .LR to BEF 300H/OESA400 OESA 400. AF 460 AF 400 . A 300 OS 160.D/S A 145.. A 185 A 145.010 AF 400.450 4.LR OESA 250.. S 4 S4 S5 S5 S6 S6 BEA 185H/S4 BEA 210H/S4 BEA 300H/S5 BEA 400H/S5 BEA 460H/S6 BEA 750H/S6 1SFN 084 707 R1000 1SFN 085 107 R1000 1SFN 085 307 R1000 1SFN 085 707 R1000 1SFN 085 907 R1000 1SFN 086 107 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. AF 460 AF 580.330 0...250 0.. Ordering Details 1SFC101076F0201 Connection bars between contactor and MCCB Vertical assembly Contactors MCCB Type Order code Packing Weight set kg 1 piece A 145-30 contactor + Tmax MCCB on top A 145.160 0.. AF 460 Note: The BEF.520 0... connection bars provided for the A 145 ..Connection Bars for Contactor and MCCB Connection Bars for Contactor and Switch fuse Application Connections between contactors/starters and moulded case circuit breakers or switch fuses. 4/30 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .. A 300 AF 400.. S 4 S4 S5 S5 S6 BEA 185/T3 BEA 185/S3/S4 BEA 210/S4 BEA 300/S5 BEA 400/S5 BEA 750/S6 1SFN 084 706 R1003 1SFN 084 706 R1000 1SFN 085 106 R1001 1SFN 085 106 R1000 1SFN 085 706 R1000 1SFN 086 106 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. AF 460 AF 460 .175 0. A 300 contactors can be used for the AF 145 . AF 750 Horizontal assembly (Also suitable when using busbar kits for starter combinations) BEA..LR OESA 400....LR OSZA 15 BEF 185H/OESA250 1SCA 022 509 R0120 1SFN 084 709 R1000 1SFN 085 109 R1000 1SFN 085 709 R1000 1 1 1 1 0.. AF 750 Note: The BEA.200 0.200 1.....310 2.410 A 210 A 210 . A 185 A 210 ..270 0. connection bars provided for the A 145 . BEA 300H/S5 Connection bars between contactor and switch fuse Vertical assembly 1SFT 98001-006C3 Contactors Switch fuse Type Order code Packing Weight set kg 1 piece A 185 A210 . S 4 S4 S5 S5 S6 BEA 185 D/T3 BEA 185D/S3/S4 BEA 210D/S4 BEA 300D/S5 BEA 400D/S5 BEA 750D/S6 1SFN 084 706 R1004 1SFN 084 706 R1002 1SFN 085 106 R1002 1SFN 085 506 R1002 1SFN 085 706 R1002 1SFN 086 106 R1002 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. AF 300 contactors... AF 460 AF 400 .150 0. AF 300 contactors.740 BEF 300/OESA400 Horizontal assembly A 145 A 145. A 185 A 145 .. A 300 contactors can be used for the AF 145 .320 0.... A 185 1SFT 98001-007C3 T3 S 3.. A 300 1SFT 101001F0201C3 S 3..620 1..150 0.200 0.480 0.340 0..550 1. Description These connection sets are solid copper bars either isolated or protected by shrouds.250 OESA 250.170 0. AF 750 Vertical assembly with control wire terminals (Also suitable when using busbar kits for starter combinations) BEA 300/S5 A 145.

... 260....... contactors can be used for the AF.. 550..500 0. AF 750 TA 200 DU......650 2.. AF 460 AF 580.. 300 EH 370....900 0.. E 200 DU TA 450 DU..440 5.... AF 460 AF 580.. EG 80 EH 100..........530 3..........800 2.. AF 460 AF 580. E 200 DU TA 450 DU... AF 750 Contactors Application Adapter plates and mounting plates with fixing holes for the specified contactors and overload relays.. 260...75...560 0... 250 OKYM 315 OKYM 400 OKYM 500 EH 550.....820 0... EG 630... >> Dimensions . A 110 A 145. AF 750 A 75.Adapter Plates and Mounting Plates for A 95 ....100 1SFT 98001-014C3 Mounting plates for Direct on Line Starters For contactor For overload relay Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece 4 1SFT 98001-016C3 PN300A-11 A 145. A 260 A 300...100 1.. AF 400 AF 400.. 175. 80.......... E 320 DU E 500 DU E 800 DU PN 110-21 PN 185-21 PN 300-21 PN 460-21 PN 750-21 1SFN 094 301 R1000 1SFN 094 701 R1000 1SFN 095 101 R1000 1SFN 095 701 R1000 1SFN 096 101 R1000 0.. AF 460.. 145 EH 150..230 Mounting plates for Star-Delta Starters and two speed starters for single windings For Main and Delta contactors 1SFT 98001-018C3 For Star contactor (1) For Overload relays Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece A 95. AF 460 AF 580 AF 580. E 320 DU E 500 DU E 800 DU PN 185-11 PN 300A-11 PN 460-11 PN 750-11 1SFN 094 705 R1000 1SFN 095 105 R1000 1SFN 095 705 R1000 1SFN 096 105 R1000 1.... OKYM 630 A 95. A 300 AF 400.. TA 110 DU TA 200 DU. A 185 A 210.... A 185 A 210. A 210....... A 300 AF 400.... A 95 A 110...500 Mounting plates for mechanical interlocked contactors.. 210......440 3.... A 110 A 145..310 6. Ordering Details 1SFT 98001-015C3 Adapter plates From old contactor To new contactor Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece PR300-1 PR400-2 EH 65...440 0....270 0. AF 580 AF 750 A 185 A 210 . 160..... AF 460 AF 400..360 0.. A 110 A 110. A 145 A 185. 175 OKYM 200..320 (1) Space for mechanical interlock included...... AF 750 PR 110-1 PR 145-1 PR 210-1 PR 300-1 PR 460-1 PR 750-1 PR 185-2 PR 300-2 PR 400-2 PR 460-2 PR 580-2 PR 750-2 1SFN 094 500 R1000 1SFN 094 700 R1000 1SFN 094 900 R1000 1SFN 095 300 R1000 1SFN 095 700 R1000 1SFN 096 100 R1000 1SFN 095 100 R1001 1SFN 095 300 R1001 1SFN 095 700 R1002 1SFN 095 700 R1001 1SFN 096 100 R1002 1SFN 096 100 R1001 0..... EG 315 EH 700.. AF 750 TA 80 DU.....700 1. 800 OKYM 150. A 260...500 0. Note: The adapter plates provided for the A. 90...800 0.... A 300 AF 400 .......... A 185 A 210 . EG 160 EH 250.... A 145 A 185... AE and TAE types..600 1. 300 AF 400....490 4... A 300 AF 400......950 2....120 2. AF 580 PN300-41 TA 80 DU or TA 110 DU E 200 DU or TA 200 DU E 320 DU or TA 450 DU E 500 DU E 800 DU PN 110-41 PN 185-41 PN 300-41 PN 460-41 PN 750-41 1SFN 094 303 R1000 1SFN 094 903 R1000 1SFN 095 503 R1000 1SFN 095 703 R1000 1SFN 096 103 R1000 0. reversing starters and two speed starters for double windings For two contactors side by side with space for mechanical interlock 1SFT 98001-017C3 For one or two relays Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece PN300-21 A 95.500 0..... A 210 A 210 ...... page 4/32 Low Voltage Products 4/31 1SBC100122C0202 ........

............5 11............5 11...............................................2 11.5 11.. AF 750 Contactors Dimensions (mm) Type of the plate Dimensions L l h Fixing holes mm l L PR 110-1 PR 145-1 PR 210-1 PR 300-1 E2119D 151 180 200 200 278 283 202 202 278 278 283 283 106 122 132 172 198 244 152 152 151 176 176 255 11...5 11...........................5 11.5 2xø7 4xø7 4xø7 4xø7 4xø7 4xø7 4 x ø 11 4 x ø 11 4 x ø 11 4 x ø 11 4 x ø 11 4 x ø 14 PR 460-1 PR 750-1 PR 185-2 PR 300-2 PR 400-2 PR 460-2 PR 580-2 PR 750-2 h Note: Fixing holes according to the plate types....... >> Ordering Details ......2 11.........5 11.........................5 11..Adapter Plates and Mounting Plates for A 95 ....... page 4/31 4/32 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ......2 11......5 11............

UA.670 0.360 0. Low Voltage Products 4/33 1SBC100122C0202 .320 1.RA contacts cannot be changed. 300 AF 400.190 0. Ordering details For contactors Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 piece 1SBC5 8646 3F0304 A/AE/AF 45-40 A/AE/AF 50-40 A/AE/AF 75-40 ZLT 45 ZLT 50 ZLT 75 1SBN 163 304 R1000 1SBN 163 504 R1000 1SBN 164 104 R1000 1 1 1 0. three moving contacts.145 0.190 0..190 0.190 1SFT 98099-007C3 4 Note: GA..130 0.410 1. A/AF 185 A/AF 210 .500 0. Ordering details For contactors 1SBC5 6543 3F0301 Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 piece ZL 50 ZL 185 1SFT1 0100 9F0201 A/AF/AE/TAE 50-30 A/AF/AE/TAE 63-30 A/AF/AE/TAE 75-30 A/AF/AE/TAE 95-30 A/AF/AE/TAE 110-30 A/AF 145 A/AF 185 A/AF 210 A/AF 260 A/AF 300 AF 400 AF 460 AF 580 AF 750 AF 1350 AF 1650 UA 50 UA 63 UA 75 UA 95 UA 110 ZL 50 ZL 63 ZL 75 ZL 95 ZL 110 ZL 145 ZL 185 ZL 210 ZL 260 ZL 300 ZL 400 ZL 460 ZL 580 ZL 750 ZL 1350 ZL 1650 ZLU 50 ZLU 63 ZLU 75 ZLU 95 ZLU 110 1SBN 163 503 R1000 1SBN 163 703 R1000 1SBN 164 103 R1000 1SFN 164 303 R1000 1SFN 164 503 R1000 1SFN 164 703 R1000 1SFN 164 903 R1000 1SFN 165 103 R1000 1SFN 165 303 R1000 1SFN 165 503 R1000 1SFN 165 703 R1000 1SFN 165 903 R1000 1SFN 166 103 R1000 1SFN 166 303 R1000 1SFN 166 503 R1000 1SFN 166 703 R1000 1SBN 163 502 R1000 1SBN 163 702 R1000 1SBN 164 102 R1000 1SFN 164 302 R1000 1SFN 164 502 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.380 1. ZL 1650 Main Contact Sets for 4-pole Contactors Description The contact sets for 4-pole contactors consist of eight fixed contacts.. AF 1650 ZW 185 ZW 300 ZW 460 ZW 750 ZW 1650 1SFN 164 710 R1000 1SFN 165 110 R1000 1SFN 165 710 R1000 1SFN 166 110 R1000 1SFN 166 510 R1000 1 1 1 1 1 0..150 0.320 1.500 4.000 ZW.160 ZLT 50 Arc Chutes Ordering details For contactors Type Order code Packing set Weight kg 1 piece 1SFT 98099-018C3 A/AF 145.840 1.115 0.115 0.380 0. GAE 75. four moving contacts..150 0. AF 460 AF 580.Main Contact Sets Arc Chutes Main Contact Sets for 3-pole Contactors Description The contact sets for 3-pole contactors consist of six fixed contacts. springs and the required screws.840 2.380 0.145 0.500 3.670 1.670 0. AF 750 AF 1350. springs and the necessary screws.145 0.

195 Note: d..RA .. Operated coils for A 9 ..148 0.040 Note: CDL 5-01 contact block (factory mounted on AE 45 .. UA 110 UA 95. Operated coil and diode for AM 45 .170 0.225 0..RA..Contactor Coils Ordering Details a. A 300 1SFT 98099-010C3 ZA 16 ZA 40 ZA 75 ZA 110 ZA 185 ZA 300 1SBN 151 410 R 1SBN 152 410 R 1SBN 153 510 R 1SFN 154 310 R 1SFN 154 710 R 1SFN 155 110 R 06 06 06 06 06 06 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. A 75 . AM 75 contactors For contactors Type state coil voltage see page 0/1 Order code state coil voltage code see page 0/1 Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece Coil 1SFC1 0100 7F0201 AM 45 . AM 75 ZAM 75 1SBN 153 580 R 06 1 0....c... AF 1650 contactors For contactors Type state coil voltage see page 0/1 Order code state coil voltage code see page 0/1 Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece ZA 185 AF 45 .c.(2) Printed circuit board... A 16 .... 1SFT 98001-013C3 Auxiliary device including an insertion contact and a varistor AE 95. NL. ZAF 300 d.. GAE 75 AE 95.. AF 300 AF 400.. AE 110...170 0.. UA 26.015 ZAF 1650 4/34 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products . A 300 contactors and N contactor relays For contactors Type state coil voltage see page 0/1 Order code state coil voltage code see page 0/1 Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece 1SBC5 7380 2F0302 A 9 . AE 110 contactors (coils for AL. UA 26. UA 16..... UA 110.RA A 145 . TAE 75 contactors) is not available for separate delivery. UA 30.RA. TAE 110 CCL 18-01 1SFN 014 328 R1001 1 0. UA16 . GA 75 A 95. operated coils for TAE.. AF 1650 1SBC5 7868 3F0302 ZAF 75 ZAF 110 ZAF 185 ZAF 300 ZAF 460 ZAF 750 ZAF 1650 ZP 1650 (1) (2) 1SBN 153 570 R 1SFN 154 370 R 1SFN 154 770 R 1SFN 155 170 R 1SFN 155 770 R 1SFN 156 170 R 06 06 06 06 06 06 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 0.. AE 75 and TAE 45 . TAE 95. A 185 A 210 .RA .300 1SFN 156 570 R7026 1SFN 166 521 R1070 (1) One set of 2 coils . UA 30. UA 75 UA 50. and other variants are not provided) For contactors Type state coil voltage see page 0/1 Order code state coil voltage code see page 0/1 ZAF 110 Packing Weight pieces kg 1 piece Coils only AE 45 ..180 0.166 0.. UA 50 .RA to UA 75..093 0.170 RT5-AM 1SBN 050 021 R1000 2 0.900 0..335 0.525 1. N A 26 . AE 75 . AE 110 ZAE 75 ZAE 110 1SBN 153 590 R 1SFN 154 390 R 06 06 1 1 0... Operated coils for AE 45 .. AM 75 Diode AM 45 .. Operated coils with electronic interface for AF 45 . AF 460 AF 580. A 110 . AF 185 AF 210 ... AF 110 AF 145........c. UA 95.c. AF 750 AF 1350..200 0.RA A 45 .400 ZA 16 a.450 0. contactors: please consult us (standard AE contactor coils are not suitable for TAE contactors).c..c.170 0. A 40 .. d. / d. AF 75 AF 95.

and breaking power = 70 W.05 0.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 10 Breaking current (A) Breaking current (A) – N. TAL 40 contactor built-in auxiliary contacts – 1-pole and 4-pole CA 5-.1 0.. The curves have been drawn for resistive and inductive loads up to 690 V.2 A On the opposite curve at intersection "O" 1.02 0.....7 3 2 1 – A 9 .3 0.7 and Ue – breaking current: Ie with cos ϕ = 0..106 operating cycles..2 0... AL 16Z.. AL 9Z . 0. electro-magnet: Ue voltage = 72 V d.10 cycles 3. A 40. AL 40. and CCL 5-...106 operating cycles. A 40. in relation to the breaking current.. 1-pole CC 5-.. – TP. AL 9Z ..3 0. (For add-on auxiliary contacts see above curve).3 0.10 cycles 6 6 20 10.4 and Ue This curves represent the electrical durability of the built-in or add-on auxiliary contacts or pneumatic timer contacts. – TP.. TAL 9 .2 0. AL 40.2 0...3 0.1 0.c..05 0.2 0.2 Breaking current (A) 10 4 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 Million operating cycles Million operating cycles 3 2 1 0. AL 16Z. 100 70 50 Breaking power (W) 1... Example: Breaking current = 1.05 0.... – N... add-on auxiliary contacts...2 0. 60 Hz...10 cycles 6 10 5 1 10 20 24 50 72 100 200 250 Voltage (V) 500 Low Voltage Products E2110DG 2 4/35 1SBC100122C0202 . NL Z...Auxiliary Contacts Electrical Durability Electrical Durability for AC-15 Utilization Category AC-15 utilization category according to IEC 60947-5-1 / EN 60947-5-1: – making current: 10 x Ie with cos ϕ = 0..5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1.5 E0298DG1 3 2 TP 1 0. TAL 9 .. and TNL. On the opposite curve at intersection "O" 72 V / 70 W the corresponding value for the electrical durability is approximately 2. AL 9 .2 A the corresponding value for the electrical durability is approximately 2. CAL 18-...7. TAL 40 contactor built-in auxiliary contacts – 1-pole and 4-pole CA 5-.02 0. 30 20 10 5 Million operating cycles 2. – A 9 . contactor relays. 2-pole CAL 5-. pneumatic timer contacts. AL 9 .. NL... 40 .c. contactor relays. 2-pole CAL 5-.....1 0.1 0..02 0.1 0. CAL 18-.5 E0507DG2 0. Electrical Durability for DC-13 Utilization Category DC-13 utilization category according to IEC 60947-5-1 / EN 60947-5-1: making and breaking current = Ie with Ue value... and CCL 5-.. NL..3 0..3 0. NL Z and TNL.2 0. pneumatic timer contacts Example: Control of d.... 1-pole CC 5-.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 0.1 0..5 E0732DG1 0.. add-on auxiliary contacts...

050 0........ N.C. lagging + N...... Contactors Application Addition of auxiliary contacts on EK...050 0. Mounting: Screwed onto the right and / or lefthand side of the EK 110 to EK 1000 contactors...050 0.. contactors in side position for the self holding function or automation..O...... : instantaneous... operated EK........ 1 block 1 block 1 block 1 block 1 block 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 – – – – – – – – – – 1 CAL 16-11 A CAL 16-11 B CAL 16-11 C CAL 16-11 D CCL 16-11 E (1) SK 829 002-A SK 829 002-B SK 829 002-C SK 829 002-D SK 829 002-E 0........... contactors are equipped with one CCL 16-11 E on the right side... (overlapping contacts) They are equipped with screw type connecting terminals delivered open and protected against accidental direct contact.... number of blocks Contact blocks Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece 2-pole auxiliary contact blocks EK ........... >> Accessory Fitting Details ............ : N..... – CAL. and 1 N...........O. All d.. alarms... contacts.......C..... E2074D Mounting positions of the CAL 16-11 Ordering Details For contactors Max...050 0....... and N........ etc......Auxiliary Contact Blocks Accessories for EK...C...050 (1) Mounting of a CCL 16-11 E block does not allow an additional second block to be added on top of it..O...........c........... page 2/25 4/36 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ................. – CCL....... Description Auxiliary contact blocks are available in a 2-pole version with 1 N...

..... 2......................................5 8 3................5 (+..................... switching frequency A A W 50 100 0......... A 2-pole CAL 16-11 IEC 60947-5-1 and EN 60947-5-1 690 24 ....5 ...25 VA / 12 V or 0...... Contactors Technical Data Utilization characteristics according to IEC Types Compliance with standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 Rated operational voltage Ue Conventional thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie acc..-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 4 cycles /h cycles /h Connecting terminals (Delivered in open position...........20 0.....) Rigid solid Flexible with cable end Flexible with sleeve Lugs Degree of protection acc... rated voltage Pilot duty V 600 A600 >> Electrical Durability Curves . section 7 >> Terminal Marking and Positioning ..25 VA / 5 mA 10 3600 see "Electrical Durability" curves 1200 M3....................1 s Power loss per pole at 6 A Min.....) Tightening torque – recommended – max.. to IEC 60947-5-1 AC-15 24-127 V 220-240 V 380-440 V 500-690 V DC-13 24 V 48 V 72 V 125 V 250 V V V a.......... max....... section 8 >> Dimensions ... switching frequency Electrical durability – million of operating cycles – max.... section 9 Low Voltage Products 4/37 1SBC100122C0202 . 1..............c......5 0.......... switching capacity Mechanical durability – million of operating cycles – max.8 0.. elec.... to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 l L Nm Nm 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm 2 1........... 690 10 2-pole CCL 16-11 A A A A A A A A A A 6 6 4 1 6 6 4 1.Auxiliary Contact Blocks Accessories for EK..........6 10 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 Short circuit protection (gG fuses) Making capacity Breaking capacity 1s Rated short-time withstand current Icw θ = 40 °C 0.................................2 0............ Connecting capacity (min....... 2....... Screws of unused terminals should be tightened..... mech..........5 ....... ...7 IP 20 L mm ≤ l mm > Utilization characteristics according to UL/CSA Max........00 1....5 0...5 ......... page 4/45 >> Certification and Approvals .....

... EK 1000 contactors. section 9 >> Mounting plates . VH 300 interlock units for mechanical and electrical interlocking of two horizontal mounted a........ operated EK 110 ....c.c..... EK 150 EK 175.... EK 1000 VH 145 – – PN 210-22 mounting plate (to be supplied separately) – VH 300 – PN 300-22 mounting plate (to be supplied separately) – – VH 800 Mounting plate included >> Accessory Fitting Details .. page 2/25 >> Dimensions ........130 0...c... Contactors Application The mechanical interlock unit prevents one of the contactors from closing as long as while the other contactor is closed. or d...Mechanical Interlock Units Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Accessories for EK....... A 090C4 Description ● VH 145... ● Ordering Details For contactors 1SBC5 7359 2F0301 Type Order code Packing piece Weight kg Mechanical and electrical interlock units for two horizontal mounted contactors EK 110... page 4/43 4/38 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products ............... a........ EK 1000 VH 800 SK 829 070-F 1 6.c.. or d.......... EK 1000 Fixing EK 110.. EK 210 EK 370 ............. operated EK 370 ................... EK 210 contactors....... VH 800 interlock unit for mechanical interlocking of two horizontal mounted a........... EK 210 EK 370 .... or d. EK 210 VH 145 VH 300 SK 829 071-A SK 829 071-B 1 1 0.000 Selection Table Interlocking of two horizontal mounted contactors. coil Contactor types Right Left EK 110..............c.... EK 150 EK 175...130 VH 145 Mechanical interlock unit for two horizontal mounted contactors EK 370 .. SK 829 070.c...... EK 150 EK 175......

c..8 0................ 690 10 A A A A A A A A A 6 6 4 1 6 6 4 1....VH 145 and VH 300 Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Standards Rated insulation voltage Ui according to IEC 60947-5-1 according to UL / CSA Rated operational voltage Ue according to IEC 60947-5-1 Conventional thermal current Ith Rated operational current Ie according to IEC 60947-5-1 AC-15 24-127 V 220-240 V 380-440 V 500-690 V DC-13 24 V 48 V 72 V 125 V 250 V V V V a..00 1..1 s A A A W 100 140 10 0.............. as applicable............5 (+...................... page 4/43 Low Voltage Products 4/39 1SBC100122C0202 .............................................75 ................15 1 million 600 1 ..........Mechanical Interlock Units Mechanical and Electrical Interlock Units Accessories for EK.....................5 M3....... 2.................... 2....... Use a TP 40 pneumatic timer or a TE5S electronic timer with time lapse... switching frequency Connecting capacity – rigid solid – flexible with end Connecting terminals delivered in open position (screws of unused terminals should be tightened) 1s 0.. Contactors Technical Data ...... EN 60947-5-1 690 600 24 .... A IEC 60947-5-1.......-) pozidriv 2 screws with cable clamp 4 operating cycles cycles /h 1 or 2 x mm2 1 or 2 x mm2 Tightening torque – recommended – max.... to IEC 60947-1 / EN 60947-1 and IEC 60529 / EN 60529 Nm Nm 1........... the closing signal of one of the two contactors must be delayed with respect to the opening signal of the other contactor in order to prevent a short-circuit...... the arc time is estimated to more than 40 ms....6 10 x Ie AC-15 10 x Ie AC-15 Making capacity Breaking capacity Rated short-time withstand current Icw θ = 40 °C Short-circuit protection gG type fuses Heat loss per pole at 6 A Mechanical durability Max.5 0........ section 9 >> Mounting Plates ... Degree of protection acc......................20 IP 20 Technical note When.. page 2/25 >> Dimensions ...... during switching. >> Accessory Fitting Details ........

....015 0......... 48 110 ...c.. in d. Note: A varistor is a resistor whose value increases to a very large extent when a certain voltage is applied at its terminals... 125 220 ........ The coil was switched by 8 series-connected poles of a contactor relay.. Overvoltage Factor The overvoltage factor k is defined as the ratio of the maximum overvoltage peak value Ûs to the peak value Ûc of the coil rated control voltage Uc: Ûs max........ A 884D 0 100 The graph opposite reproduces the oscillogram showing voltage discharges at the terminals of a 42 V / 50 Hz coil without peak clipping.. A number of drawbacks are observed ranging from interference on the electronic devices to breakdown of insulators and even destruction of certain sensitive components.. the slope and amplitude of which may rise to several kilovolts............. 415 48 .............. 110 24 ... 600 – – – ● ● ● ● RC-EH 300/48 RC-EH 300/415 RC-EH 800/110 RC-EH 800/600 SK 829 007-A SK 829 007-B SK 829 007-C SK 829 007-D 1 1 1 1 0.................. Each case is different..... T (µs) 0 1000 100 The electromagnetic energy stored by the coil during contactor closing is restored on opening in the form of surges...... Following a burst of discharges with a very steep slope a damped oscillation emerges with a peak value of 3500 V.. 210 EK 370 ............. or in a... 1000 EK 370 .....015 0... 1000 EK 110 .. We have chosen the following solutions: varistors and RC blocks.. 1000 24 ....Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils Accessories for EK....: k = _______ Uc√2 3500 For example the following is obtained for the above graph: k = _____ ≈ 60 42 √2 Description To reduce the harmful effects of these overvoltages...... but the technical data tolerances and the generous sizing of parts have enabled us to reduce the number of variants..c...c................. EK 110 .... page 4/41 4/40 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .... a......c... Ordering Details For contactors Control voltage V A078 Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg d... in particular on opening of the contactor coil........... k = _______ Ûc Ûs max......: k = _______ Uc Ûs max..015 – ● RC-EH 300/48 – >> Technical Data ......... Contactors Application (V) 1000 The operation of inductive circuits causes overvoltages.... ABB has developed a range of surge suppressors designed to reduce the k factor defined above and to limit or even completely eliminate the high pre-damping voltage frequencies...015 0.......

c. 24 .5 E0845D RC-EH 15 Low Voltage Products 30 E0736D 4/41 1SBC100122C0202 . ● Unpolarized *Uvdr = Varistor operating voltage (voltage dependent resistor).. V d. 48 .15 °C -20 . 600 – 1100 – Residual overvoltage Opening time growth factor Operating temperature Connection to the coil terminal (parallel mounting) 4 Flexible.c. tolerance ±10 % Wiring Diagrams A1 A1 U E0734D A2 A2 RC type Varistor + RC Dimensions (in mm) 175 57. Contactors Technical Data RC types Control voltage Uc Residual overvoltage (clipping voltage) RC-EH 300/48 V a. 3 °C -20 ... +70 RC-EH 800/600 220 .... 1.. accessible leads.Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils Accessories for EK... accessible leads. equipped with forked lugs Glued to the top part of the contactor base Very fast clipping of steep fronts and thus of high frequencies ● No operating delays ● ● Attenuation Fixing Advantages Varistor + RC Control voltage Uc (clipping voltage) RC-EH 800/110 V a.1 ..c.2 . 415 Opening time growth factor Operating temperature Connection to the coil terminal (parallel mounting) Flexible. +70 RC-EH 300/415 110 ..c.... equipped with forked lugs Glued to the top part of the contactor base ● High Fixing Advantages energy absorption: good damping system ● The RC system damps the voltage front under the Uvdr* threshold.c.. 125 205 205 1. V d... V a. V a....c. 48 2 to 3 x Uc 1. 110 24 .

Two terminal shrouds should be provided for each separate contactor.400 0..190 0.139 0. Ordering details Mounting on contactor (with lugs or connectors) Type Order code Packing Weight pieces kg 1SFC1 0100 2F0201C3 EK 110.. – The main terminals.300 5.... flexible copper bars. EK 150 LT 210-EK LT 150-EK LT 210-EK LT 550-EK LT 1000-EK SK 178 001-HB SK 178 001-KB SK 178 001-LB SK 178 001-MB 1 1 1 1 0. Description On EK 110 . EK 550 EK 1000 Connection Sets A1 1 A2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 5 6 3 4 1 2 A2 E0747D A1 Application Connection between the main poles of two 4-pole contactors mounted side by side so that they operate as source reversing contactors.Connection Sets Accessories for EK. contactors is required in electrical panels or cubicles to be built in compliance with the rules for protection against accidental direct contact with live parts in acc..700 1. 210 EK 370... can be protected against accidental direct contact after wiring (EN 50274) by the addition of terminal shrouds (see table below). Contactors Terminal Schrouds Application The use of terminal shrouds on the main terminals of EK.500 4/42 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products . BSS 100 .. BSS 550. 550 EK 1000 BSS 100 BSS 145 BSS 210 BSS 550 BSS 1000 SK 829 090-B SK 829 090-F SK 829 090-G SK 829 090-E SK 829 090-H 1 1 1 1 1 0. BSS 210 – Insulated. with EN 50274.200 EK 175. solid copper bars..152 0. Ordering details Mounting on 4-pole contactors Type Order code Packing Weight set kg BSS 100 . Each terminal shroud protects all the terminals on one side of the contactor. EK 1000 contactors: – The auxiliary contact blocks and coils are designed to provide an IP 20 degree of protection. equipped with lugs or connectors. EK 210 EK 370.Terminal Shrouds .000 3. BSS 1000 – Bare. Description These sets are made up of four downstream connections. BSS 1000 EK 110 EK 150 EK 175.

8 4 PN 210-22 430 400 3 200 E0748D1 ø 15 PN 300-22 Low Voltage Products E0748D3 4/43 1SBC100122C0202 . Contactors Application Plates for two horizontal mounted contactors with or without a mechanical interlock unit. EK 210 PN 210-22 PN 300-22 SK 829 075-C SK 829 075-E 1. EK150 1SBC5 8566 3F0302 VH 145 VH 300 EK 110..400 2.. EK150 EK 175.070 EK 175. 200 180 E0750D4 E0750D3 ø 6.Mounting Plates Accessories for EK. Ordering details To use with: Lefthand contactor Mechanical interlock Righthand contactor Type Order code Weight kg Packing 1 piece EK 110. EK 210 Dimensions (in mm) 340 320 5 PN...

EK 1000 KH 210 KH 300 KH 800 SK 825 400 SK 826 400 SK 828 100 - 1 1 1 0. EK 550. EK 150 EK 175.060 (1) The KP 210 and KP 300 have a double coil winding instead of an economy resistor.550 4/44 1SBC100122C0202 Low Voltage Products .260 3. 210 EK 370.Contactor Coils Accessories for EK. EK 1000 contactors.260 1.700 0.450 0.170 3.660 1.450 0.440 0. EK 550..Main Contact Sets . EK 150 EK 175. an economy resistor and an insertion contact KH 300 EK 110.700 2.450 0. EK 210 EK 370.950 Sets including a d. Contactors Main Contact Sets for 4-pole Contactors Description The contact sets for 4-pole contactors consist of eight fixed contacts.. EK 1000 KP 210 KP 300 KP 800 (1) (1) SK 825 450 SK 826 450 SK 828 150 - 1 set 1 set 1 set 0.450 0. the sets include four moving arcing contacts for EK 370 . springs and the necessary screws.170 3.E 1 set 1 set 0. 150 EK 175. Sets including a multi-frequency coil and an insertion contact for contactor with built-in rectifier EK 110.c. EK 210 KP 210 KP 300 SK 825 450 .Arc Chutes .400 2. coil. or d. In addition. coils only 1SBC5 7381 3F0302 EK 110..400 3.. four moving contacts.000 KZK 370 EK 1000 Arc Chutes Ordering details For contactors Type Order code Packing Weight set kg EK 110 EK 150 EK 175 EK 210 EK 370 EK 550 EK 1000 KWK 110 KWK 150 KWK 175 KWK 210 KWK 370 KWK 550 KWK 1000 5223 351-AH 5223 351-AK 5223 351-AL 5223 351-AM 5223 351-Y 5223 351-Z 5223 351-AN 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.360 0.c.170 Contactor Coils Ordering details For contactors Type state coil voltage see page 0/1 Order code state coil voltage code see page 0/1 Packing Weight piece kg or set a.660 0. Ordering details For contactors 1SBC5 8647 3F0304 Type Order code Packing Weight set kg EK 110 EK 150 EK 175 EK 210 EK 370 EK 550 KZK 110 KZK 150 KZK 175 KZK 210 KZK 370 KZK 550 KZK 1000 SK 824 204-A SK 824 204-B SK 825 204-A SK 825 204-B SK 827 204-A SK 827 204-B SK 827 204-F 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.c.550 1.E SK 826 450 .

The curve has been drawn for resistive and inductive loads up to 690 V..... 60 Hz.2 0.7 and Ue – breaking current: Ie with cos ϕ = 0.05 0..c..3 0. and breaking power = 70 W.02 0. On the opposite curve at intersection "O" 72 V / 70 W the corresponding value for the electrical durability is approximately 2.4 and Ue This curve represents the electrical durability of the auxiliary contacts in relation to the breaking current..5 E0731DG1 0.2 0. and CCL 16..10 cycles 6 6 Breaking power (W) 20 10.106 cycles. 40 .. 100 70 50 1.c. and CCL 16.Auxiliary Contacts for EK... 10 5 1 10 20 24 50 72 100 200 250 Voltage (V) 500 2-pole CAL 16.10 cycles 3. auxiliary contact blocks 4 Electrical Durability for DC-13 Utilization Category DC-13 utilization category according to IEC 60947-5-1 / EN 60947-5-1: making and breaking current = Ie with Ue value. 30 20 10 5 Million operating cycles 3 2 1 0. electro-magnet: Ue voltage = 72 V d.3 0.1 0.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 Breaking current (A) 2-pole CAL 16..1 0. auxiliary contact blocks Low Voltage Products E2110DG 2 4/45 1SBC100122C0202 . Contactors Electrical Durability Electrical Durability for AC-15 Utilization Category AC-15 utilization category according to IEC 60947-5-1 / EN 60947-5-1: – making current: 10 x Ie with cos ϕ = 0.10 cycles 6 Example: Control of d.