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Installation recommendations

Operating conditions

DB401436

Altitude derating

2000 m

Altitude does not significantly affect circuit-breaker characteristics up to 2000 m. Above this altitude, it is necessary to take into account the decrease in the dielectric strength and cooling capacity of air. The following table gives the corrections to be applied for altitudes above 2000 metres. The breaking capacities remain unchanged. Compact NS80 to 630
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Dielectric resistance voltage (V) Rated insulation level (V) Ui Rated operational voltage (V) Ue Average thermal current (A) at 40 °C

Altitude (m)

2000
3000 750 690 1 x In

3000

2500 700 550 0.96 x In

4000

2100 600 480 0.93 x In

5000

1800 500 420 0.9 x In

Vibrations

Compact NS devices resist electromagnetic or mechanical vibrations. Tests are carried out in compliance with standard IEC 60068-2-6 for the levels required by merchant-marine inspection organisations (Veritas, Lloyd’s, etc.): b 2 V 13.2 Hz: amplitude ±1 mm b 13.2 V 100 Hz: constant acceleration 0.7 g. Excessive vibration may cause tripping, breaks in connections or damage to mechanical parts.

DB401437

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

DB401438

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B-2

version: 7.0

550E3050.indd

09 1 1.57 1.45 1.87 1.2 2.13 0.8 1.13 2.87 0.2 Chassis Vigi module Fully visible break block Motor-mechanism (Interpact INV) module 2.2 1.2 1.13 0.5 1.79 2.indd version: 7.19 1.1 0.8 1.78 6.87 1. which must be summed to obtain the total weight of complete configurations.85 2.8 2.19 8.2 2.2 1.05 0.8 0.05 2.8 2.05 0.05 2.13 1.2 0.5 1.2 1.2 2 2 2.8 2. push to trip Weights Circuit breaker Plug-in base NS80H-MA NSC100N NS100N/H NS100N NS100N/H/L NS125E NS160N/H NS160N NS160N/H/L NS250N NS250N/H/L NS400/630N/H/L NB250N NB400/600N 3P/3D 3P/3D 4P/4D 1P/1D 2P/2D 3P/2D 3P/3D 4P/4D 3P/3D 4P/4D 1P/1D 2P/2D 3P/2D 3P/3D 4P/4D 3P/2D 3P/3D 4P/4D 3P/3D 4P/4D 3P/3D 3P/3D 1.2 2. 550E3050.9 1.8 1.2 1.2 2.2 2.2 1.87 0.2 2.9 1.87 1.2 2.94 2.58 1.2 2 2 2.8 0.2 2.6 4.0 B-3 .10 2.8 3 2 2 2.2 4.8 0.2 0.3 0.7 0.3 0.2 1.4 2. This capability facilitates connection when installed in a switchboard.5 1.94 6.2 2.8 1.8 The table above presents the weights (in kg) of the circuit breakers and the main accessories.2 1.87 0.2 2.Installation in switchboards Power supply and weights E23947 Power supply Compact NS circuit breakers can be supplied from either the top or the bottom without any reduction in performance.45 1.2 2.

These distances. minimum distances (safety clearances) must be maintained between the device and panels. it is also necessary to: b use insulated bars for circuit-breaker connections b block off the busbars using insulating screens. Compact circuit breaker Insulation. (2) For Compact NS with long or short terminal shields.0 550E3050.Installation recommendations Installation in switchboards Safety clearances and minimum distances Compact NS80 to 630 When installing a circuit breaker. The mandatory distances when installing Compact NS circuit breakers are calculated from the device case. not taking into account the terminal shields or the interphase barriers. If installation conformity is not checked by type tests. (3) For Compact NS without terminal shields. interphase barriers and the insulation kit are recommended and may be mandatory depending on the utilisation voltage and the type of installation (fixed. terminal shields.indd . insulation or insulated bars B F Dimensions (mm) NS80H-MA NSC100N 0 30 30 5 35 35 0 10 0 U y 440 V U < 600 V 0 30 30 10 (1) 35 35 0 20 0 0 30 30 20 (1) 35 35 0 40 0 U u 600 V NS100-250 0 30 30 5 35 35 0 10 0 U y 440 V U < 600 V 0 30 30 10 (1) 35 35 0 20 0 0 30 30 20 (1) 35 35 0 40 0 U u 600 V NS400-630 0 30 30 5 60 60 0 10 0 U y 440 V U < 600 V 0 30 30 10 (1) 60 60 0 20 0 0 30 30 20 (1) 100 100 0 40 0 U u 600 V (1) Distance must be doubled with interphase barriers. bars and other protection devices installed nearby. Minimal distance between two adjacent circuit breakers A1 A2 E23942 Minimal distance between the circuit breaker and top. withdrawable) (see page B-5). For Compact NS80 to 630 devices. which depend on the ultimate breaking capacity. insulated bars or painted sheet metal C1 D1 D2 Bare sheetmetal C2 D1 D2 A1 (2) A2 (3) B B-4 version: 7. are defined by tests carried out in accordance with standard IEC 60947-2. bottom or side panels DB117175 Minimal distance between the circuit breaker and front or rear panels front panel E50700 F if F < 8 mm : an insulating screen is mandatory D1 D2 C1 C2 bare or painted sheetmetal.

550E3050. Connection by cables or busbars.indd version: 7. front connection DB128039 DB117176 Power supply from the top or bottom. insulation or insulated bars 30 Insulating kit is standard.Fixed Compact NS400 1000 V AC.0 B-5 . insulation 40 150 side panel 30 insulating kit 40 150 B=0 bare or painted sheetmetal .

0 550E3050. Connection by insulated bars. devices with terminal shields.Installation recommendations Installation in switchboards Installation example DB115358 ������������������ � � � � Direct connection by bare cables. devices with terminal shields. devices with terminal shields. Minimum dimensions (mm) Compact circuit breaker NS80H-MA/NSC100N NS100-630 A 0 0 B-6 version: 7. Connection by cables with lugs. devices with terminal shields.indd . Rear connection or plug-in base.

24. For low control voltages (12.5 mm2 1.Installation recommendations Control wiring Wiring of voltage releases During pick-up. the power consumed is approximately 150 to 200 VA.5 mm2 MN U source 100 % – – 58 U source 85 % – – 16 MX-XF U source 100 % 21 12 115 U source 85 % 10 6 75 Note: the indicated length is that of each of the two wires. 12 V 24 V 2.indd version: 7.5 mm2 2. Recommended maximum cable lengths (meter). 48 V).5 mm2 165 45 330 210 550E3050.0 B-7 .5 mm2 35 10 70 44 1. maximum cable lengths are imposed by the voltage and the cross-sectional area of cables.5 mm2 280 75 550 350 1. 48 V 2.

connection with crimped or self-crimping ferrule.5 to 4 mm2.0 550E3050.5 to 70 rigid 1.5 to 50 flexible Tightening 5 torque (Nm) Standard device With distribution connector y 10 1.5 to 10 flexible (1) 2 E54545 push to trip (1) For flexible cables from 1.Power connections for Compact NS80H-MA. NSC100N E59291A OFF L (mm) 18 S (mm2) Cu / Al 1. E39432 Distribution connector B-8 version: 7.5 to 16 rigid 1.indd .

5 Tightening torque (Nm) (1) 10 15 50 (2) Tightening torque (Nm) 5 5 20 (1) Tightening torque for lugs or bars on the circuit breaker. 5 (2) Spreaders. (2) Tightening torque for spreaders or terminal extensions on plug-in base.5 15 (1). torque (1) Tightening torque for spreaders or terminal extensions on the circuit breaker.5 8. (2) Tightening torque for rear connections or terminal extensions on plug-in base. Tighten. straight and right-angle terminal extensions are supplied with flexible interphase barriers. Connections with accessories .5 y 25 8. 20 (2) E18599 400 l Lugs Tighten.IEC228 NS100 to 250 Spreader E55599 NS100 to 250 One-piece spreader Without spreaders With spreaders Pole pitch Separate parts Tinned copper E18599 Dimensions 35 mm 45 mm E50702 Bars 400 Ø d L e L Where U > 600 V.5 ou 70 mm Bars L (mm) l (mm) d (mm) e (mm) Ø (mm) L (mm) Ø (mm) (Nm) With spreaders y 40 d + 15 y 20 3 y e y 10 12. NS400 and 630 NS400 and 600 Separate spreaders with 52.5 y 40 12. Upstream side. 20 (2) With terminal extensions y 32 30 y I y 34 y 15 3 y e y 10 10. (2) Tightening torque for spreaders or terminal extensions on plug-in base.indd version: 7. straight and right-angle terminal extensions are supplied with flexible interphase barriers.5 50 (1).5 mm spreaders requires a specific insulation kit.5 10 (1).5 push to trip Lugs L (mm) y 25 y 25 y 32 Ø (mm) 6.5 and 70 mm pole pitches Tinned copper Where U > 600 V. 550E3050. Right-angle terminal Edgewise terminal extensions extension Tinned copper Tinned copper Upstream side E18600 E50702 Without spreaders With spreaders Pole pitch Dimensions Ø d L e L 45 mm 52.5 NS400/630 y 32 d + 15 y 15 3 y e y 10 10. use of the 52. Spreaders. The 70 mm spreaders may not be used.5 y 25 6. 5 (2) y 25 20 y I y 25 y 10 y6 8.Installation recommendations Power connections for Compact NS100 to 630 Connection of insulated bars or cables with lugs E59292A E50702 Bars Ø d L e L 400 l L (mm) I (mm) d (mm) e (mm) Ø (mm) NS100 y 25 d + 10 y 10 y6 6.5 10.5 NS160/250 y 25 d + 10 y 10 y6 8.5 y 32 10. E18601 E18600 l Lugs Right-angle terminal extensions Tinned copper.5 50 (1). torque (1) Tightening torque for spreaders or terminal extensions on the circuit breaker. The one-piece spreader must be used.0 B-9 . the mandatory insulation kit means separate spreaders cannot be used. L (mm) l (mm) d (mm) e (mm) Ø (mm) L (mm) Ø (mm) (Nm) With spreaders or terminal extensions NS100 NS160/250 y 25 20 y I y 25 y 10 y6 6. Straight terminal extensions Tinned copper. E21276 E25961 Close-up view of two cables with lugs.

See page B-12. Polybloc distribution block (6 or 9 cables) NS400 and 630 E54469 E54470 1-cable connector 2-cable connector L (mm) S (mm2) Cu / Al 20 35 to 300 rigid 240 max. flex.indd .5 to 4 mm2.5 to 10 (1) For flexible cables from 1.0 550E3050.5 to 95 (1) Aluminium y 250A 20 10…16 15 25…35 20 50…185 150 max. flexible 31 E54545 Conductor materials and electrodynamic stresses See page B-12. flexible Tightening torque (Nm) 31 1-cable connector 1 cable 2-cable connector 2 cables 30 or 60 2 x 85 to 2 x 240 rigid 240 max.Connection of bare cables E59293A E58540 NS100 to 250 E54472 E54468 E54471 1-cable connector Distribution connector Polybloc distribution block L (mm) S (mm2) Cu / Al 1-cable connector Steel y 160A 20 1.5 to 6 (1) Tightening torque (Nm) 4 6 6-cable distribution connector (copper or aluminium) 8 to 35 L (mm) 12 S (mm2) Cu / Al 1. Ties for flexible bars and cables B-10 version: 7. connection with crimped or self-crimping ferrule. 26 E54545 Tightening torque (Nm) 12 L (mm) 15 or 30 S (mm2) Cu / Al 1.

are mandatory. NS400/630N/H Short terminal shields recommended. are mandatory. for U u 500 V. mandatory. shields recommended.0 B-11 . Insulated bars Insulated bars Insulated bars are mandatory. are mandatory. front connections Interphase barriers Interphase barriers or long terminal or long terminal shields recommended. are mandatory. Use of an insulating screen (supplied with the plug-in base) is mandatory. Insulated bars Insulated bars are mandatory are mandatory.indd version: 7. Insulated bars are mandatory. NS400/630L Short terminal shields recommended. U > 600 V Insulation kit Insulation kit Insulation kit and insulated bars and insulated bars and insulated bars are mandatory. NS100/250 Short terminal shields are mandatory. U < 500 V NS100/250 NS400/630N/H NS400/630L Fixed Compact NS. The one-piece spreader must be used b separate spreaders (70 mm) for Compact NS400 and 630.) Fixed Compact NS. The insulation kit is not compatible with: b separate spreaders for Compact NS100 to 250. Interphase barriers Interphase barriers Interphase barriers 500 V y U y 600 V or long terminal or long terminal or long terminal shields are shields are shields are mandatory.Installation recommendations Insulation of live parts Power connections for Compact NS100 to 630 (cont. mandatory. Withdrawable Compact NS. front and rear connections All voltage levels Short terminal shields Short terminal shields are mandatory. are mandatory. rear connections All voltage levels NS100/250 Short terminal shields recommended.5 mm spreaders. NS400/630N/H NS400/630L 550E3050. are mandatory. Insulated bars Insulated bars are mandatory. For the 52. there is a specific insulation kit.

8 21 28.8 21 34 54 68 85 106 136 170 213 Trip unit Coefficient 1 0.5 31.9 Compact NS100 to 250 equipped with TM-D and TM-G trip units Rating (A) 16 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 40 °C 16 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 45 °C 15. Single-pole and two-pole Compact NS Rating (A) 16 25 40 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 40 °C 16 25 40 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 45 °C 15. They also apply to plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with one of the following modules: b ammeter module b current-transformer module.5 78 97. However.2 185 231 60 °C 14. for plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with a Vigi module or an insulationmonitoring module.8 23.5 23 36 57 72 90 113 144 180 225 65 °C 14 22 35 55 70 87.5 34 44 54 68 85 106 136 170 213 Compact NB250…NB600 NB250N Rating (A) 125 150 175 200 225 50 °C 125 150 175 200 225 55 °C 122 146 171 195 220 60 °C 119 143 166 190 214 65 °C 116 139 162 185 208 70 °C 113 135 158 180 203 NB400N Rating (A) NB600N Rating (A) 50 °C 400 55 °C 390 60 °C 380 65 °C 370 70 °C 360 400 50 °C 600 55 °C 585 60 °C 570 65 °C 550 70 °C 535 600 B-12 version: 7.5 109 140 175 219 70 °C 13.5 116 147.8 23.5 109 140 175 219 70 °C 13.3 39 49 61.5 23 29.5 39 61.5 122 156 195 244 50 °C 15.Temperature derating Compact NS devices equipped with thermal-magnetic trip units The values opposite are valid for fixed circuit breakers equipped with one of the following modules: b Vigi module b ammeter module b insulation-monitoring module b current-transformer module.5 122 156 195 244 50 °C 15.5 78 97. the coefficients in the table below must be applied.0 550E3050.indd .2 24 30.6 24. use Ir values corresponding to the thermal setting on the device.5 36 46 57 72 90 113 144 180 225 65 °C 14 22 29 35 45 55 70 87. overload-protection characteristics are slightly modified. TM16 to TM125 TM160 to TM250 When the ambient temperature is greater than 40 °C.5 38 48 60 76 95 119 152 190 238 55 °C 14.5 116 147. To determine tripping times using time/current curves.2 24 38 60 76 95 119 152 190 238 55 °C 14.2 185 231 60 °C 14.5 30 37 47 58 74 92.5 37 58 74 92.6 24. corrected as indicated in the tables below.

1 1 1 0.95 1 225 0. with or without a Vigi module.93 520 1/0.98 615 1/0.90 Compact NS400 and NS630 The table below indicates the maximum long-time (LT) protection setting depending on the ambient temperature.8/0. NS400 Plug-in / withdrawable Fixed NS630 In: 400 A Io/Ir max In: 400 A Io/Ir max In: 630 A Io/Ir max In: 570 A Io/Ir max 400 1/1 400 1/1 40 °C Plug-in / withdrawable Circuit breaker Trip unit Coeff.indd version: 7. Tripping values for the selected combination are indicated in the Interpact catalogue. NS400N/H/L STR23SE and 53UE 0.9 505 1/0.88 45 °C 45 °C 400 1/1 380 1/0.. In: 40 to 160 A Ir max In: 100 to 160 A Ir max In: 250 A Ir max NS100-160 NS250 no derating 1 1 40 °C 40 °C 45 °C 45 °C 50 °C 1 55 °C 1 60 °C 1 65 °C 1 70 °C 1 Circuit breaker Trip unit STR22SE/GE 40 to 100 STR22SE/GE 40 to 160 STR22SE/GE 100 and 160 STR22SE/GE 250 Coeff. However.9 570 1/0.95 1 237.95 70 °C 70 °C 550E3050. They also apply to plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with one of the following modules: b ammeter module b current-transformer module. Compact NS circuit breakers.95 360 1/0.NS250 The table below indicates the maximum long-time (LT) protection setting depending on the ambient temperature.8/0.88 550 1/0.9 STR23SV and 53SV Note..90 1 225 0. However. the maximum permissible current in the circuit breaker still depends on the ambient temperature.85 535 1/0.95 535 1/0.95 600 1/0.85 50 °C 50 °C 390 1/0. To provide the Visu function.97 STR23SV and 53SV NS630N/H/L STR23SE and 53UE 0.98 370 1/0.98 550 1/0. However.93 350 1/0.85 475 0.Installation recommendations Temperature derating Compact NS devices equipped with electronic trip units Electronic trip units are not affected by variations in temperature. 630 1/1 570 1/0.9 340 1/0.98 65 °C 65 °C 360 1/0.0 B-13 .5 0.93 585 1/0.8 60 °C 60 °C 370 1/0. Fixed The values opposite are valid for fixed or plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with one of the following modules: b ammeter module b current-transformer module. the coefficients in the table below must be applied. are combined with INV switch-disconnectors.88 490 0.9 40 °C 400 1/1 390 1/0.83 55 °C 55 °C 380 1/0.5 0. for fixed or plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with a Vigi module or an insulationmonitoring module. for plug-in / withdrawable circuit breakers equipped with a Vigi module or an insulationmonitoring module.86 no derating 1 1 250 250 1 1 50 °C 55 °C 60 °C 65 °C 70 °C 1 250 1 1 237. NS100 NS160 NS250 NS250 Compact NS100. the coefficients in the table below must be applied. The values opposite are valid for fixed circuit breakers equipped with one of the following modules: b Vigi module b ammeter module b insulation-monitoring module b current-transformer module.

3 12.26 0.42 2.6 2.64 4.5 25 50 100 150 220 320 500 Fixed device Additional modules R/pole P/pole Vigi Vigi With(N.42 5.1 25 13.5 1.97 1.6 0.3 0.02 148.6 0.4 1.6 0.35 1 1. module module NS100 NS160 NS250 NS400H/L NS630H/L 0 0 0 0 0.5 6.39 15. Compact NSC100N 3/4 poles NSC100N Rat.4 2.55 13.17 8.5 2.37 8.2 1.3 18. (A) 16 20 30 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 Fixed device R/pole P/pole 11.8 1.06 0.01 0 0 0.77 0.6 6 Additional modules Vigi (N.6 6.54 3.52 2.04 0 0 0.5 25 50 80 2.1 0.3 12.4 0. (A) 1.06 0.2 1.75 4.1 0.3 0.1 0. Total power dissipation is the value measured at In.1 0.78 1.1 0.5 2.4 0.89 0.3 2.2 6.7 0.61 2.6 0.8 0.52 2.14 0.05 0.21 89.55 1.88 8.5 0.15 3.03 0.4 1.48 12.3 2.02 3.89 6.1 0.5 0.63 0 0 0 1.68 2.47 0.56 75.16 0.12 12.55 1.1 0.4 5.64 1.4 0.Power dissipation / Resistance Compact NS devices equipped with thermal-magnetic trip units Power dissipated per pole (P/pole) in Watts (W).38 8.8 7 2 8 2 10 1.9 1.63 9.3 0.indd .8 1.6 1.2 0.3 0.16 0.2 0. L2) 0. L3) Vigi (L1.7 0. L3) (L1.6 0.1 0.3 14.1 0.0 550E3050.7 6 2.2 0.2 0.1 0.29 3.5 0.76 7.67 1.9 2.42 0.15 0. (A) 16 20 25 32 40 50 63 70 80 100 NSC100NA 100 Fixed device R/pole P/pole 15 4 11.4 3.4 9 1 10 0.2 0.6 0.1 0.9 4.61 9.2 4.06 0.54 3.6 3 12.1 0.42 4.75 0 0 0 0 0.3 1.69 10.5 2.11 0.55 1.3 Ammeter module 0 0 0.4 0.5 2.1 0.8 1.99 7 15 Ammeter Transfo.9 2.10 0.94 6.06 0.92 0 0 0 6.66 1. module 0 0 0.03 0.04 2.5 8 5 5.3 Transfo.3 1.8 0.45 4.45 1.24 1.6 0.5 3.35 1 0. L3) (L1.61 0. L2) drawable 93.3 0. Resistance per pole (R/pole) in milliohms (mΩ).45 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.56 1.6 0.05 0.93 0 0 0 99.1 0.63 0.84 0.46 11.5 Compact NS100 to 250 equipped with TM-D and TM-G trip units 3/4 poles NS100 Rat.1 0.1 0.94 4. 50/60 Hz.1 0.95 1.78 1.63 1 1 1.7 0.1 3.6 0.77 7.9 2.97 1.15 0.3 0.2 0.35 0.29 NS160N/H B-14 version: 7. (A) 16 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 80 100 125 160 125 160 200 250 Fixed device Additional modules R/pole P/pole Vigi Vigi With(N.45 0. for a three-pole or four-pole circuit breaker (values above power P = 3RI2).1 0.8 2 2.2 0.4 4 0.25 8 0.52 5.75 Single-pole and two-pole Compact NS100 to 160 1/2 poles NS100N/H Rat.3 NS160 NS250 Compact NS80 and NS100 to 630 equipped with MA trip units 3 poles NS80H Rat.26 0.26 8.7 0.66 0.2 0.1 0.5 6.35 1 0.4 2.6 0.3 2.5 0.2 0.93 0 0 0 4.4 5.8 0.08 0. L2) drawable 11.

2 0.73 1. Note: this measurement is not sufficient to determine the quality of the contacts. (A) The values indicated in the tables opposite are typical values.27 2. the capacity of the circuit breaker to carry its rated current.4 2.1 100 0.2 0.7 0.2 160 0. 550E3050.34 0.2 0.2 0. Resistance per pole (R/pole) in milliohms (mΩ) The value of the resistance per pole is provided as a general indication for a new device.55 1. i.35 1 0.84 1. L2) drawable module module NS100 40 0.6 9.69 6.5 0. Power dissipated per pole (P/pole) in Watts (W) The value indicated in the table is the power dissipated at IN.36 9.1 100 0.indd version: 7. Measurement and calculation of the dissipated power are carried out in compliance with the recommendations of Annex G of standard IEC 60947-2.05 0. L3) (L1.3 1. 50/60 Hz.1 0.58 0.12 19.49 5.1 39.6 0. in accordance with the manufacturer’s test procedure (expert card ABT no.7 0.3 1.95 5.25 19.28 17.3 NS400 400 0.5 NS250 100 0.4 NS630 630 (1) 0.5 3.0 B-15 .6 2.16 1.1 0. The value of the contact resistance must be determined on the basis of the measured voltage drop.68 0.1 0.Installation recommendations Power dissipation / Resistance Compact NS devices equipped with electronic trip units Compact NS100 to NS630 Fixed device Additional modules R/pole P/pole Vigi Vigi WithAmmeter Transfo.2 1.6 0.4 0. (N.9 2.8 0.468 4.17 0.2 6.35 1 0.1 0.e.56 4.36 3.2 250 0.95 (1) The dissipation values for the Vigi modules and withdrawable circuit breakers are given for 570 A 3/4 poles Rat. FE 05e).6 0.2 0.2 3.2 NS160 40 0.4 2. for a three-pole or fourpole circuit breaker (these values can be higher than the power calculated on the basis of the pole resistance).73 1.