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Motor Protection Devices

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Section Overview
Current Relays
• Bulletin 809 Instantaneous Trip Current Relays Page 6-2
• Bulletin 809S Solid-State AC Current Relays Page 6-5
• Bulletin 810 Inverse Time Current Relays Page 6-8
• Bulletin 813S Solid-State Line Voltage
and Current Monitor Relays Page 6-11
Thermistor Protection Relay
Bulletin 817
• For Critical Applications Page 6-14
• Automatic, Manual and Remote Reset
SMM™ Smart Motor Manager
Bulletin 825
• 0.5…630A Current Range Page 6-19
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System
Bulletin 1409
• Adjustable Trip from 1…6A Page 6-30
Motor Winding Heater
Bulletin 1410
• Automatic Operation Page 6-34
• Solid-State Design
Control Circuit Transformers
Bulletin 1497
• 50…2000 VA Page 6-36
Bulletin 809
Instantaneous Trip Current Relays
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Bulletin 809
• Magnetically Operated
• Adjustable Trip Point
• Rated up to 320A
• Available in IP30
(Type 1) Enclosures
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Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
Description
Bulletin 809 is a magnetically operated instantaneous trip current relay which can be
used with AC or DC motors. The relays are supplied with a N.O./N.C. automatic reset
contact. Tripping point is adjustable.
RESET POINT — The Bulletin 809 relay resets between 70 and 85% of its trip setting
when used on AC, and between 62 and 82% of its setting when used on DC.
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the current relay selected.
• Full load current and tripping current.
Approvals:
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Bulletin 809
Instantaneous Trip Current Relays
6-3
Product Selection
Instantaneous Trip Current Relays
Contact Ratings
600V AC or DC Maximum B 25, 50, 60 Hz
Maximum
Continuous
Coil
Current (A)
Tripping Current
Adjustment Range (A) Open Type
Type 1
General Purpose
Enclosure
AC DC Cat. No. × Cat. No. ×
2 1.1…3.1 0.95…2.8 809-A01E 809-B01E
3 1.6…4.5 1.4…4.3 809-A02E 809-B02E
4 2.1…6.1 1.9…5.7 809-A03E 809-B03E
6 3.2…9.1 2.8…8.5 809-A04E 809-B04E
9 4.8…13.6 4.2…12.8 809-A05E 809-B05E
12 6.3…18.1 5.7…17.0 809-A06E 809-B06E
16 8.5…24.0 7.6…22.7 809-A07E 809-B07E
20 10.5…30.0 9.4…28.3 809-A08E 809-B08E
28 15…43 13…40 809-A09E 809-B09E
40 21…61 19…57 809-A10E 809-B10E
48 25…72 23…68 809-A11E 809-B11E
56 30…85 27…80 809-A12E 809-B12E
60 38…108 34…102 809-A13E 809-B13E
72 38…108 34…102 809-A14E 809-B14E
87 46…130 41…123 809-A15E 809-B15E
100 53…150 47…141 809-A16E 809-B16E
108 57…163 51…153 809-A17E 809-B17E
120 68…195 61…184 809-A18E 809-B18E
120 76…217 68…205 809-A19E 809-B19E
130 68…195 61…184 809-A20E 809-B20E
144 76…217 68…204 809-A21E 809-B21E
162 85…244 76…229 809-A22E 809-B22E
185 98…279 87…262 809-A23E 809-B23E
210 114…325 102…305 809-A24E 809-B24E
216 114…325 102…305 809-A25E 809-B25E
259 136…390 122…367 809-A26E 809-B26E
320 171…488 152…458 809-A27E 809-B27E
320 227…650 203…612 809-A28E 809-B28E
320 340…975 305…920 809-A29E 809-B29E
AC DC
Maximum Contact Rating Per Pole
NEMA Rating Designation B600
Voltage
Range (V)
Ampere
Rating (A)
Max. AC
Voltage (V)
50/60 Hz
Amperes Continuous
Carrying
Current (A)
Volt Amperes
Make (A) Break (A) Make (VA) Break (VA)
120 30 3.00 5 3600 360
115…125
230…250
550…600
0.40
0.20
0.10
240 15 1.50 5 3600 360
480 7.5 0.75 5 3600 360
600 6 0.60 5 3600 360
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 809
Instantaneous Trip Current Relays
6-4
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Max.
Amperes
(A)
Open Type
IP30 (Type 1) — General Purpose
Enclosure
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E
60
76.2
(3)
196.8
(7-3/4)
111.1
(4-3/8)
161.9
(6-3/8)
288.9
(11-3/8)
155.6
(6-1/8)
234.9
(9-1/4)
107.9
(4-1/4)
120
85.7
(3-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
120.7
(4-3/4)
161.9
(6-3/8)
288.9
(11-3/8)
155.6
(6-1/8)
234.9
(9-1/4)
107.9
(4-1/4)
210
85.7
(3-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
130.2
(5-1/8)
187.3
(7-3/8)
415.9
(16-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
361.9
(14-1/4)
133.4
(5-1/4)
320
114.3
(4-1/2)
212.7
(8-3/8)
136.5
(5-3/8)
238.1
(9-3/8)
542.9
(21-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
488.9
(19-1/4)
184.2
(7-1/4)
C
D
E
A
B
3/4
A C
B
Open Type — Dimension B
allows for core removal
NEMA Type 1 (IP42) Enclosure
Bulletin 809S
Solid-State AC Current Relays
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Bulletin 809S
• Available in Two
Configurations:
Overcurrent and
Undercurrent
• Incorporates the
Following Delay Modes
Into its Design:
• Starting
• Trip
• Inhibit (Overcurrent
Relay Only)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Description
Bulletin 809S solid-state AC current relay is designed to sense AC current and
is available in two configurations: Overcurrent and Undercurrent. Each relay is
available in two current ratings, 5A and 12A. For higher current values, the 5A
relays are used with current transformers.
Optional features include a remote trip current potentiometer and a meter
calibrated in percent of trip current.
OVERCURRENT RELAY — The Overcurrent relay is designed to operate a
sealed contact when the monitored current exceeds an adjustable trip level.
UNDERCURRENT RELAY — The Undercurrent relay is designed to change the
state of an output relay when the current magnitude drops below an adjustable
trip level. This is defined as the tripped condition. The time response of the relay
is determined by the setting of the time delay adjustment.
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the solid-state AC current
relay selected.
• If required, Cat. No. of current
transformer.
• If required, Cat. No. of any
accessories.
Approvals:
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Bulletin 809S
Solid-State AC Current Relays
6-6
Product Selection
AC Current Relays
Current Transformers
Use only with Cat. Nos. 809S-AB100A1, 809S-CB100A1, 809S-AB010A1, or 809S-CB010A1.
Output Contact Rating for AC Relays
Accessories
0 To order legend plate, refer to page 11-46 for Bulletin 800T and page 11-123 for Bulletin 800MR.
Automatic Reset B Adjustable Differential B 600V AC Maximum
Trip
Current
Range
30…800 Hz
Continuous
AC
(A)
Maximum
Current
(A)
Open Type — Without Enclosure
Overcurrent Relays
Normally Open
Output
Normally Closed
Output
(Electrically Held)
Continuous Inrush Cat. No. × Cat. No. ×
0.42…5 7.5 35 809S-AB100A1 809S-AB010A1
1…12 18 84 809S-BB100A1 809S-BB010A1
Undercurrent Relays
Normally Open Normally Closed
0.42…5 7.5 35 809S-CB100A1 809S-CB010A1
1…12 18 84 809S-DB100A1 809S-DB010A1
Trip Current Range
30…400 Hz
Continuous AC
Amperes
(5A Secondary
Winding)
Maximum Current
(A) Transformer Only
Continuous Inrush Cat. No. ×
4.2…50 75 350 809S-CT1
17…200 300 1400 809S-CT2
42…500 750 3500 809S-CT3
100…1200 1800 8400 809S-CT4
Output Contact Ratings
NEMA B600 NEMA P300
Volts AC Make Break Volts DC Make/Break
120…600 3600VA 360VA 125…300 138VA
72…120 30A 360VA 46…125 138VA
5…72 30A 5A 5…46 3A
Description Cat. No. ×
Remote Trip Current
Potentiometers
Bulletin 800T 800T-U91 0
Bulletin 800MR 800MR-U91H 0
Percent Trip Current Meter 809S-N1
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 809S
Solid-State AC Current Relays
6-7
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Current Relays
Note: Relays can be mounted directly on a panel, or installed on Bulletin 700 Mounting Strips (Cat. Nos. 700-M4, -M8, -M12, -M16,
-M32). The relay will occupy three mounting strip spaces. Special, longer screws are supplied with the relay to secure it to the
mounting strips.
Current Transformers
Percent Trip Current Meter Drilling Dimensions
A B C D E F G
154
(6-1/16)
89
(3-1/2)
111
(4-3/8)
114
(4-1/2)
20
(25/32)
79.5
(3-1/8)
4.8
(3/16)
Cat. No.
A
Min. B C D E F
809S-CT1 32
(1-1/4)
102
(4)
117
(4-5/8)
95.5
(3-3/4)
32
(1-1/4)
6.4
(1/4) 809S-CT2
809S-CT3
57
(2-1/4)
149
(5-7/8)
181
(7-1/8)
127
(5)
38
(1-1/2)
7.1
(9/32)
809S-CT4
95.5
(3-3/4)
171
(6-3/4)
198
(7-25/32)
165
(6-1/2)
41.5
(1-5/8)
7.1
(9/32)
Letter
Millimeters
(Inches) Letter
Millimeters
(Inches)
A
90.5
(3-9/16)
E
69
(2-23/32)
B
51.5
(2-1/32)
F
112
(4-13/32)
C
123
(4-27/32)
G
102
(4)
D
51
(2)
– –
B F
G
A
E D
C
C
B
D
A
E
F Hole Dia.
610 (24) lead
F
G
B
A
D
C
E
4 Mounting Holes Dia. 4 (5/32)
Overall Depth 66.5 (2-5/8)
Bulletin 810
Inverse Time Current Relays
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Bulletin 810
• Adjustable Trip Current
• Adjustable Trip Time
• Minimum Trip Current
Does Not Change with
Ambient Temperature
Changes
• 2…320A Ratings
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Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9 Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-10
Description
Bulletin 810 is a magnetically-operated overload relay which can be used in the
protection of AC or DC motors. Both the tripping current and tripping time are easily
adjustable. Unless otherwise specified, the relays are supplied with N.C. contacts
and an automatic reset. Like thermal overload relays, the Bulletin 810 has inverse
time tripping characteristics; unlike thermal relays, its minimum (or ultimate) tripping
current does not significantly change with ambient temperature changes. This, along
with the adjustment feature, gives the Bulletin 810 overload relay special application.
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the inverse time current
relay selected.
• Full Load Current
• Minimum Tripping Current.
Approvals:
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Bulletin 810
Inverse Time Current Relays
6-9
Product Selection
Contact Ratings 0
0 Continuous Operating — To prevent relay damage, current through the relay coil should be interrupted after the relay trips. Relay can carry
the listed continuous currents in the non-tripped position only.
O High Voltage Relays — Relays are available for use at 2500V maximum, with continuous current ratings of up to 100A. Refer to factory for
information.
O Pre-Set Time Setting — Refer to Sales Office for pricing information.
O Hand Reset —A N.C. (normally closed) hand reset contact block is available. Change the last letter in the listed Cat. No. from “A” to “C”. If a
N.O. (normally open) hand reset contact block is wanted, change the last letter in the listed Cat. No. from “A” to “D”.
O Normally Open Contacts — Relays with N.O. contacts can be supplied. Change the last letter in the listed Cat. No. from “A” to “B”.
O Bifurcated Contacts —Provide increased contact reliability where dust and foreign particles are apparent. Bifurcated contacts are factory
installed with a clear plastic transparent cover. Add the letter “Z” to the end of the listed Cat. No..
6 Dashpot Fluid —Cat. No. 810-N9B (Blue Fluid) is included as standard. Cat. No. 810-N9C (Clear Fluid) can be substituted by adding “R” to
the end of the listed Cat. No. Fluid is included in the price of the relay.
600V AC or DC Maximum B 25, 50, 60 Hz B N.C. Contacts B Automatic Reset OO
Maximum
Continuous
Coil
Current (A)
Tripping Current
Adjustment Range (A)
Amperes Open Type OOO6
IP30 (Type 1)
General Purpose
Enclosure OOO6
AC DC Cat. No. × Cat. No. ×
2 1.1…3.1 0.95…2.8 810-A01A 810-B01A
3 1.6…4.5 1.4…4.3 810-A02A 810-B02A
4 2.1…6.1 1.9…5.7 810-A03A 810-B03A
6 3.2…9.1 2.8…8.5 810-A04A 810-B04A
9 4.8…13.6 4.2…12.8 810-A05A 810-B05A
12 6.3…18.1 5.7…17.0 810-A06A 810-B06A
16 8.5…24.0 7.6…22.7 810-A07A 810-B07A
20 10.5…30.0 9.4…28.3 810-A08A 810-B08A
28 15…43 13…40 810-A09A 810-B09A
40 21…61 19…57 810-A10A 810-B10A
48 25…72 23…68 810-A11A 810-B11A
56 30…85 27…80 810-A12A 810-B12A
60 38…108 34…102 810-A13A 810-B13A
72 38…108 34…102 810-A14A 810-B14A
87 46…130 41…123 810-A15A 810-B15A
100 53…150 47…141 810-A16A 810-B16A
108 57…163 51…153 810-A17A 810-B17A
120 68…195 61…184 810-A18A 810-B18A
120 76…217 68…205 810-A19A 810-B19A
130 68…195 61…184 810-A20A 810-B20A
144 76…217 68…204 810-A21A 810-B21A
162 85…244 76…229 810-A22A 810-B22A
185 98…279 87…262 810-A23A 810-B23A
210 114…325 102…305 810-A24A 810-B24A
216 114…325 102…305 810-A25A 810-B25A
259 136…390 122…367 810-A26A 810-B26A
320 171…488 152…458 810-A27A 810-B27A
320 227…650 203…612 810-A28A 810-B28A
320 340…975 305…920 810-A29A 810-B29A
AC DC
Max. Contact Rating Per Pole
NEMA Rating Designation A600
Voltage
Range (V)
Ampere
Rating (A)
Max. AC
Voltage (V)
50/60 Hz Make (A) Break (A)
Continuous
Carrying
Current (A)
Volt Amperes
Make (VA) Break (VA)
120 60 6.00 10 7200 720
115…125
230…250
550…600
0.4
0.2
0.1
240 30 3.00 10 7200 720
480 15 1.50 10 7200 720
600 12 1.20 10 7200 720
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Bulletin 810
Inverse Time Current Relays
6-10
Approximate Dimensions
Current Relays
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Max.
Amperes (A)
Open Type IP30 (Type 1) — General Purpose Enclosure
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep
A
Wide
B
High
C
Deep D E
60
76.2
(3)
193.7
(7-5/8)
111.1
(4-3/8)
161.9
(6-3/8)
288.9
(11-3/8)
152.4
(6-1/8)
234.9
(9-1/4)
107.9
(4-1/4)
120
85.7
(3-3/8)
193.7
(7-5/8)
120.7
(4-3/4)
161.9
(6-3/8)
288.9
(11-3/8)
152.4
(6-1/8)
234.9
(9-1/4)
107.9
(4-1/4)
210
85.7
(3-3/8)
209.6
(8-1/4)
130.2
(5-1/8)
187.3
(7-3/8)
415.9
(16-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
361.9
(14-1/4)
133.3
(5-1/4)
320
114.3
(4-1/2)
212.7
(8-3/8)
136.5
(5-3/8)
238.1
(9-3/8)
542.9
(21-3/8)
196.8
(7-3/4)
488.9
(19-1/4)
184.1
(7-1/4)
A C
B
A
B
C
D
E
3/4
Open Type — Dimension B
allows for dashpot removal
IP30 (Type 1) Enclosure
Bulletin 813S
Solid-State Line Voltage and Current Monitor Relays
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Bulletin 813S
Line Voltage Monitor
• Detects Phase Failure,
Voltage Uunbalance,
Phase Reversal and
Undervoltage
• Provides Pre-start and
Running Protection on the
Line Side of the Point of
Connection
Line Current Monitor
• Detects Phase Failure,
Current Unbalance and
Phase Reversal
• Provides Running
Protection on theLine and
Load Side of Point of
Connection When Used in
a Single Motor Branch
Circuit
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
Description
Line Voltage Monitor and Line Current Monitor are solid-state devices designed for
use in three phase systems to protect motors and other loads against abnormal
voltage/current conditions. In general, the Line Voltage Monitor is applied where
pre-start protection and line side protection are important, whereas the Line Current
Monitor is applied where line and load side protection is important.
Approvals:
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the line voltage or current
monitor relay selected.
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Line Voltage Monitor
Cat. No. 813S-VOA
Line Current Monitor
Cat. No. 813S-COWEM
Bulletin 813S
Solid-State Line Voltage and Current Monitor Relays
6-12
Product Selection
0 For applications using Size 5 and larger starters, the current transformers supplied with the starter for the heater element circuits can also be
used for the Line Current Monitor input circuits.
O Output contact is rated 250V AC maximum for all devices, regardless of supply voltage.
O The 120V device is typically connected to the secondary of potential transformers to monitor line voltages above 600V.
Specifications
Line Voltage Monitor
Output Contact Ratings
Line Current Monitor
Output Contact Ratings
Line Voltage Monitor Relays B Automatic Reset Line Current Monitor Relays 0
Line
Volts (V)
3-Phase Hz
Open Type
IP30 (Type 1)
General Purpose
Enclosure
Supply
Volts (V)
O
Single
Phase
60 Hz Reset
Open Type
IP30 (Type 1)
General Purpose
Enclosure
Cat. No. × Cat. No. × Cat. No. × Cat. No. ×
380 50 813S-VON 813S-VAN 120
Auto-
matic
813S-COWEA 813S-CAWEA
415 50 813S-VOI 813S-VAI 208 813S-COHA 813S-CAHA
440 50 813S-VOQ 813S-VAQ 240 813S-COAA 813S-CAAA
480 813S-COBA 813S-CABA
600 813S-COCA 813S-CACA
120 O 60 813S-VOWE 813S-VAWE 120
Manual
813S-COWEM 813S-CAWEM
208 60 813S-VOH 813S-VAH 208 813S-COHM 813S-CAHM
240 60 813S-VOA 813S-VAA 240 813S-COAM 813S-CAAM
480 60 813S-VOB 813S-VAB 480 813S-COBM 813S-CABM
600 60 813S-VOC 813S-VAC 600 813S-COCM 813S-CACM
Line Voltage
380V, 415V, 440V, +10%, –20%, 3-phase, 50 Hz, ±1%;
120V, 208V, 240V, 480V, 600V, +10%, –20%, 3-phase, 60 Hz, ±1%
Use device only at nameplate rating.
Temperature Range –20°C…+60°C (–4°F…+140°F)
Volts
AC Make Break
Volts
DC Make/Break
170…600
48…170
1…48
4800VA
28.2A
28.2A
480VA
480VA
10A
1…28 10A
Continuous Carrying Current: 10A
Supply Voltage
120V, 208V, 240V, 480V, 600V,
+10%, –20%, single phase, 60 Hz.
Use only at voltages listed on relay nameplate.
Power requirement is 4.4VA.
Input Current 3 phase, 60 Hz, ±1%
Normal operating range
Maximum continuous current
Maximum inrush current
Input impedance
0…5A
10A
35A for 5 seconds
0.005 ohm for each phase
Temperature Range –20°C…+60°C (–4°F…+140°F)
Volts
AC Make Break
Volts
DC Make/Break
125…250
1…125
2200VA
17.6A
220VA
1.76A
1…30 3A
Continuous Carrying Current: 5A AC or DC
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 813S
Solid-State Line Voltage and Current Monitor Relays
6-13
Specifications, Continued
Typical Wiring Diagrams
See Applicable Codes and Laws
Line Voltage Monitor —Provides pre-start and running protection against abnormal voltage conditions on line side of voltage
monitor only.
Line Current Monitor —Protects on line and load side of current transformers (CT) when used in single motor branch circuit.
Current unbalance protection is effective during motor running period only. Phase failure and reversal protection is provided during
both starting and running periods.
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Open Type —Dimensions above apply to both the voltage and current monitor versions. The devices can be installed in any position.
They can be installed directly on a panel, or installed on Bulletin 700 Type MP mounting strip. The relay will occupy three mounting
strip spaces.
L1 L2 L3
Disconnect
M
LOAD
A
B
C
1
CR
2 3
CR
4
STOP
START
M
M
O.L.’s
Control Voltage
Line Voltage Monitor
Switch
(If Used)
L2 L1 L3
Control Voltage
STOP
START
(If Used)
Alarm
M
1 2 COM
Supply Voltage
L1
L2
Line Current Monitor
T3
E3
T2
E2
T1
E1
CT
CT
CT
M
LOAD
CR
(If Used)
O.L.’s
(8-1/4)
(5/8)
(2-3/8)
Dia. Mounting Holes
(10-5/8)
(6-13/16) (5-17/32)
(7/32)
(3-1/8)
NEMA Type 1 Enclosure
Open Type Relay
(Can be mounted in any position.)
16
210
60.5
5.5
270
173 140
(3/16)
(25/32)
(4-1/2)
4 Mounting Slots
(3-1/2)
(6-1/16)
(4-3/8)
4.8
79.5
20
114
154
Use #8-32 Screws
89
111
Bulletin 817
Thermistor Protection Relay
6-14
6
Bulletin 817
• Accurate Temperature
Monitoring for Critical
Applications
• Automatic, Manual and
Remote Reset
• Status Indicating LEDs
• DIN Rail or Panel
Mounting
• Guarded Terminals IP20
• 1 N.O. and 1 N.C. Output
Contacts as Standard
• No Set-Up or
Adjustments Required
for Installation
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-16
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-18
Description
Bulletin 817 Thermistor Protection relays, utilized in conjunction with PTC thermistor
sensors, provide accurate temperature monitoring in critical applications and severe
environments such as widely varying temperatures and impeded ventilation and
cooling.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
IEC 255-8, IEC 292-1 SEV
IEC 255-4, IEC 69 NEMKO
SEV, SEN 36 1503 PTB
CSA C22.2 No. 14 FI
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the relay selected with
Voltage Suffix Code.
UL 508 CSA Certified
UL Recognized
Bulletin 817
Thermistor Protection Relay
6-15
Product Overview
¬ = Standard feature
⊗ = Cat. No. is incomplete. Refer to Product Selection below.
Product Selection
⊗ Voltage Suffix Code
Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No. 817-A⊗ for 24V,
50 Hz becomes Cat. No. 817-AKD.
Model Cat. No. 817-A⊗ Cat. No. 817-M⊗ Cat. No. 817-U⊗
Overtemperature protection ¬ ¬ ¬
Short-circuit and open-circuit protection
for sensor measuring circuit
¬ ¬ ¬
Trip indication (red LED) ¬ ¬ ¬
Automatic reset ¬ ¬ ¬
Manual reset ¬ ¬
Remote reset (external button) ¬ ¬
Storage of status in event of power failure ¬ ¬
for more than 3 hours at +25°C (77°F) ¬ ¬
unlimited (not temperature-dependent) ¬
“Test” button ¬
Power-on indication (green LED) ¬
Description Cat. No. ×
Thermistor Protection relay 817-A⊗
Thermistor Protection relay plus manual/remote reset 817-M⊗
Thermistor Protection Relay plus manual/remote reset test function and
power indication LED
817-U⊗
Voltage 24V 48V 110V 220V 240V 380V 415V 440V
50 Hz KD KH D A AJ KK I GB
60 Hz KD KH D A AJ KK I GB
DC Z24 Z48 – – – – – –
Cat. No. 817-M⊗ Cat. No. 817-A⊗ Cat. No. 817-U⊗
Specifications – Page 6-16
Approximate Dimensions – Page 6-18
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 817
Thermistor Protection Relay
6-16
Specifications
0 Rated insulation voltage: 300V.
O American National Standards Institute.
O According to CSA, UL: pilot duty 240V (B 300).
O For more technical information, consult Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
O Bulletin 817 to motor; installation: up to 200m not shielded.
O For automatic reset: connect r1-r2.
Electrical
Rated Voltage
Acc. to IEC 255-8 440V According to AS, BS, VDE 0660 250V
Acc. to SEV 380V According to CSA, UL 0 240V
Test Voltage
Between separated circuits
Alternating current acc. to IEC 292-1 2.5 kV, 50/60 Hz, 1 min.
Surge voltage acc. to IEC 255-4 and SEN 36 1503 5 kV, 1.2/50 µs
Interference voltage acc. to ANSI O C 37.90 a-
1974, IEC 255-6 and SEN 36 1503
2.5 kV, 1 MHz, 2 s
Supply
Rated supply voltage U
s
AC 110, 220, 240, 380, 415, 440V 50/60 Hz
AC
Special U
s
24, 48V 50/60 Hz
DC 24, 48V
Permissible Fluctuations
AC
0.8…1.1 U
s
50/60 Hz
DC
0.9…1.2 U
s
Power consumption AC 2.5VA (2.2W) DC 2.2W
Output Relay Contact Data Contacts (electrically isolated) 1 make and 1 break
Operating voltage O [V] 24 48 60 110 220 240 380 415 440
Continuous thermal current [A] 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Rated operational current with AC AC-11 [A] 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1.5
Rated operational current with DC DC-11
without protection circuit, L/R = 35 ms [A] 0.6 0.3 0.25 0.15 0.05 0.05 – – –
with protection circuit O, L/R = 100 ms [A] 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 – – –
Max. perm. make/break current [A] 44 44 44 44 33 33 22 22 16.5
Rated current of back-up fuse: Max. fast-acting 16A; slow-blow 10A
Mechanical
Vibration Resistance According to IEC 68 (10 – 150 Hz) 3g
Impact Resistance According to IEC 68-2-27 or DIN 40 046/7
30g, shock duration 18 ms, semi-sinusoidal in
the 3 directions x, y, and z
Measuring Line
mm
2
0.5 0.75 1 1.5 2.5
Minimum cross-section AWG 20 18 16 14 14
Maximum length O
m 200 300 400 600 1000
(ft) (656.2) (984.25) (1312.3) (1968.5) (3208.8)
Reset
Cat. No. 817-A⊗ Automatic
Cat. No. 817-M⊗ Manual or automatic O
Cat. No. 817-U⊗ Manual or automatic O
Remote Reset with
Cat. No. 817-M⊗, 817-U⊗
External contact at r1-r2 Potential-free make contact
Max. line length for remote reset
Up to 300m (984.25 ft) shielded
Up to 1000m (3280.8 ft) shielded
Product Selection – Page 6-15
Bulletin 817
Thermistor Protection Relay
6-17
Specifications, Continued
Typical Wiring Diagram
Terminal and block circuit diagram of Bulletin 817
0 For automatic reset available in Cat. No. 817-M⊗ and Cat. No. 817-U⊗, connect r1-r2.
Environmental
Max. cold resistance of PTC sensor chain 1500 Ω
Max. number of series connected
PTC sensors acc. to IEC 34-11-2 6
Response level ϑ A = –25°C (13°F)…+60°C (140°F) 3300 Ω ± 300 Ω
Reset level ϑ A = –25°C (13°F)…+60°C (140°F) 1800 Ω ± 300 Ω
Response level with short circuit
in sensor circuit ϑ A = –25°C (13°F)…+60°C (140°F) ≤ 15 Ω
Measuring voltage acc. to IEC 34-11-2 DC < 2.5V
Ambient Temperature
Normal operation –25°C (–13°F)…+60°C (140°F)
Storage (in dry rooms) –40°C (–40°F)…+60°C (140°F)
Climatic Classification
According to IEC 68-2-3 humid
heat
40°C (104°F), 92% rel. humidity, 56
days
PTC sensor characteristic
According to IEC-34-11-2 TNF: Rated response temperature
Trip memory
In event of power supply
failure (zero-voltage
safe-guard)
Storage Time
Cat. No. 817-M⊗
At 25°C (77°F) > 3h
At 40°C (104°F) > 1h
At 60°C (140°F) > 15 min.
Cat. No. 817-U⊗
Unlimited (not
temperature-dependent)
Construction
Terminals
Open Terminals Captive
Connection wire cross-sections
2 x 2.5 mm
2
(.0039 in
2
) single wire or
2 x 1.5 mm
2
(.0023 in
2
) with end
ferrule
Protection class according to
IEC 529
Device (less terminals) IP30 Terminals (acc. to VBG 4) IP20
Installation
Bulletin 817 Thermistor Protection relay is designed for surface
mounting with screw fixing according to hole plan EN 50 002 or for
snap-on fixing to a top hat rail EN 50 022'-35 x 7.5. Arrangement,
assignment and marking of terminals in accordance with EN 50 005.
The mounting position of the Bulletin 817 does not influence its
function.
360° 360°
10
20
100
250
550
1330
4000
-20°C TNF-20K
0°C TNF- 5K
TNF+15K
TNF+ 5K
TNF
Thermal
Trip
Supply
Reset
Button

Output
13
14
21
22
Trip Memory for
Power Supply Failure
Supply
Indication
Test Button
Terminal and Block Circuit Diagram
T1
T2
A1(+)
A2(–)
r1
r2
Us
PTC Temperature Sensor
Remote Reset
Relay
Cat. No. 817-A , -M , -U
Cat. No. 817-M , -U
Cat. No. 817-U



0
Product Selection – Page 6-15
Bulletin 817
Thermistor Protection Relay
6-18
Specifications/Approximate Dimensions
Application Example
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
0 For Top Hat Rail 35mm to EN 50 022, Cat. No. 199-DR1.
Starter (Bulletin 100 and Bulletin 193) with additional Bulletin 817.
Legend
K1 Bulletin 100 contactor
F1 Bulletin 193 thermal overload relay
F2 Bulletin 817 Thermistor Protection relay
S1 ON button
S0 OFF button
S2 Remote button reset
U
s
Supply voltage
H1 Signal Lamp “Contactor ON”
H2 Signal Lamp “Bulletin 817 tripped”
B1 Thermistor in protected object
The contacts 13…14 and 21…22 of the output relay
are drawn in their power-off position A1…A2.
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
F9
A1
A2
F1
M1 3
M
B1
T1 T2
F2
1 3 5
2 4 6
K1
6 4 2
Bulletin
+t
Main Circuit
Circuit Diagram
L1
F7 AC U
21
22
S0
13
S1
14
K1
13
14
S2
r1 r2 13 21 A1 )
F2
T2
A2
97 95
F1
98 96
H2 H1
B1
PTC
A1
K1
N
(L2/F8) A2
2
s
Control Circuit
Impulse Contact Control
14 22
Bulletin
817
817
Hole plan
35
6
0
5
0
4.8
not available
r1 and r2 are
of terminals
Position
45
T
2
T
1
2
1
1
3
A
1
(
+
)
(

)
A
2
r
2
r
1
2
2
1
4
7
0
95.5
7
(3/16)
(1-3/8)
(
1
-
3
1
/
3
2
)
(
2
-
2
3
/
6
4
)
(
2
-
3
/
4
)
(1-3/4)
3
5
(
1
-
3
/
8
)
5
(13/64)
(9/32)
(3-3/4)
95.5(3-3/4)
on Cat. No. 817-A
0
Product Selection – Page 6-15
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-19
6
Bulletin 825
• Modular Construction
• Allows for Maximum Utilization
of Motor and Equipment
• LCD Fault Diagnosis
• Display of Real Data and
Statistical Data
• Easy Programming, Either
Directly on the Unit or from a
PC via DeviceNet, Remote I/O,
Modbus, and PROFIBUS
Communication Options
• 0.5…630A Current Range
• Limited Starts per Hour
• Emergency Start
• Provides Motor Protection by
Detecting:
• Thermal Overload
• Phase Loss
• Jam
• Ground Fault
• Short Circuit
• Underload
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-20
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-29
Description
The Bulletin 825 Smart Motor Manager is a programmable, electronic motor overload
protection relay with communication capability. This enables the device to be
configured for specific motor applications to provide maximum motor protection. This
capability is achieved by utilizing the microprocessor of the Smart Motor Manager to
model the thermal conditions of the motor and to configure and monitor the desired
protective features of the device for motor protection. Protective features include:
thermal overload, phase loss, jam, ground (earth) fault, short circuit, over-
temperature and many other options. Control features include: emergency start,
warm starting, limited number of starts, two-speed and wye-delta starting. All this
makes it easy to customize the Smart Motor Manager to meet most motor protection
needs in many different applications.
Conformity to Standards: Approvals:
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the Smart Motor Manager
selected with supply Voltage Suffix
Code.
• Cat. No. of Converter Module selected.
• If required, Cat. No. of any option cards
or accessories.
IEC 947-4 CE
CSA C22.2 No. 14 PTB
UL 508 CSA Certified
UL Listed
Smart Motor Manager
Cat. No. 825-M⊗
Converter Module
Cat. No. 825-MCM180
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-20
Product Overview
Basic and Optional Features
¬ Available
Possible Combinations of Option Cards with Basic Unit
0 The features and protective functions provided by each option card can be monitored through the communication network with any of the
communication cards.
O A single communication card (PROFIBUS, DeviceNet, Modbus or Remote I/O) can be used with any combination of option cards.
¬ Available in shown combination
Features 0
Basic
Bulletin 825
Bulletin 825
Standard
Option
Cat. No. 825-MST
Bulletin 825
Low Voltage
Option
Cat. No. 825-MLV
Bulletin 825
Medium Voltage
Option
Cat. No. 825-MMV
Thermal Overload ¬
Phase Imbalance (Asymmetry) ¬
Jam (High Overload/Stalling) ¬
Underload ¬
Ground (Earth) Fault (Holmgreen) ¬
Starting Time Monitor ¬
Limited Starts Per Hour ¬
Emergency Start ¬
Short Circuit ¬
Ground (Earth) Fault (Core Balance C.T.) ¬
Stalling During Start ¬
Thermistor Input (PTC) ¬
Analog Output for Thermal Utilization ¬
Wye-Delta (Star-Delta) Starting ¬
Phase Reversal (Sequence) ¬
Phase Failure ¬
PT 100 Inputs #1…#6
(Stator/Bearings) ¬
PT 100 Input #7
(Ambient Temp.) ¬
Basic
Bulletin 825-M⊗
Option Cards O
Cat. No. 825-MST Cat. No. 825-MLV Cat. No. 825-MMV
¬ ¬ ¬
¬ ¬ ¬
¬ ¬
¬ ¬
¬ ¬
¬
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Specifications — Page 6-24
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-21
Product Selection
Smart Motor Manager
⊗ Control Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a control Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No.
825-M⊗ for 120V power supply becomes Cat. No. 825-MD.
Converter Module
0 Up to 630A when using primary current transformers.
Description Cat. No. ×
Motor Manager
Programmable electronic motor overload
protection relay with communication capability
– Thermal Overload
– Phase Imbalance
– Jam (High Overload)
– Underload
– Ground (Earth) Fault
– Starting Time Monitor
– Limited Starts per Hour
825-M ⊗
Voltage AC 24V 120-220V 220-240V 380-415V 440V Voltage DC 24-48V
50/60 Hz KD D AJ N GB Code Z48
Description Current Range (A) Cat. No. ×
Converter Module
Connection to the
Smart Motor Manager
is made by a cable
wire plug provided as
standard with the
converter module.
0.5…2.5 0 825-MCM2
2.5…20 0 825-MCM20
20…180 825-MCM180
160…630 825-MCM630
Cat. No. 825-MCM180
Cat. No. 825-MCM360
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Accessories — Page 6-22
Specifications — Page 6-24
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-22
Option Cards 0/Accessories
0 Option cards include a connector set.
O The standard option card is not included with the Basic Bulletin 825. The standard option must be ordered separately.
O Cat. Nos. 825-MLV and 825-MMV use the same slot, therefore only one of the option cards may be used at one time.
O Available from Prosoft Technology Inc. — contact your local distributor.
O AT type computer or better required.
Description Cat. No. ×
Standard Card O — Features
Short Circuit
Ground (Earth) Fault (Core Balance C.T.)
Stalling During Start
Thermistor Input (PTC)
Analog Output for Thermal Utilization
825-MST
Low Voltage Card O — Features
Wye-Delta (Star-Delta) Starting
Phase Reversal (Sequence)
Phase Failure (Motor Supply)
825-MLV
Medium Voltage Card O — Features
PT 100 Inputs #1…#6 (Stator/Bearings)
PT 100 Input #7 (Ambient Temperature)
825-MMV
Communication Card —
DeviceNet 825-MDN
Modbus O
PROFIBUS 825-MPB
Remote I/O O
PC Option Set Card with Software — For use
with 825-MPB
• Real Time Values via PROFIBUS
• Parameter setting and monitoring
• Storing, loading and transferring of the param-
eter setting tables between a unit and a moni-
toring station. O
825-MPC
Bus Bars for Cat. No. 825-MCM180 — Features
Terminals: M8
4 x 16 x 100mm
Weight: 230 g
825-MVM
Thermal Utilization Meter 825-MTUM
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Specifications — Page 6-24
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-23
Accessories
⊗ Control Voltage Suffix Code
The Cat. No. as listed is incomplete. Select a control Voltage Suffix Code from the table below to complete the Cat. No. Example: Cat. No.
825-MPS⊗ for 120V power supply becomes Cat. No. 825-MPSD.
0 Maximum Cable Lengths for Various Transmission Rates
Description Cat. No. ×
Panel Mounting Frame 825-FPM
Connector Sets
Provided as Standard
with option card
For use with Cat. No. 825-
M ⊗
MST
MMV
MLV
825-CSB
825-CSST
825-CSMV
825-CSLV
PROFIBUS — Accessories
T-Piece Junction from Bus Cable to the 825-M⊗ 825-PTS
Stub Cable Connection between T-Piece
and 825-M ⊗
0.2 Meter
0.4 Meter
825-PTL2
825-PTL4
Bus Cable — Segment
Ready Prepared Cable with Plugs — 1 Meter 825-PCB1
Bus Termination
To avoid disturbances, both ends of the PROFIBUS
cable must be equipped with a bus termination. The
bus termination has to be plugged onto the T-Piece.
825-PCE
Bus Cable
For distances greater than 1 meter 825-BC 0
Connector for Bus Cable
9 Pin Connector 825-CBC9
Power Supply Module 825-MPS ⊗
Voltage AC 24V 120-220V 220-240V 380-415V 440V Voltage DC 24-48V
50/60 Hz KD D AJ N GB Code Z48
Transmission Rate (KBits/sec) 9.6 19.2 93.75 187.5 500
Max. Length m 1200 1200 1200 600 200
ft 3937.2 3937.2 3937.2 1968.6 656.2
Cat. No. 825-FPM
Cat. No. 825-PTS
Cat. No. 825-PTL4
Cat. No. 825-PCB1
Cat. No. 825-PCE
Cat. No. 825-MPS
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Specifications — Page 6-24
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-24
Specifications
Operating Elements
Settings
The following parameters must be programmed for every application. The other parameters (e.g. “High overload”, “Asymmetry”)
have factory set values, which are correct for most of the applications.
Main Settings
0 If instead of the permissible locked-rotor time the maximum time starting is known, the approximate locked-rotor time is calculated as follows:
Locked-rotor time = starting time
1.4
Special Settings
' Values Selection of mode ´ Test Test functions
(alarm, trip, trip time)
Actual indication of actual operational
data
Set setting mode
(set/vary, store parameters)
I Reset Reset trips
Recorded indication of statistical data
· LCD Single line
(two lines of text are
displayed alternately)
^ Select Select function and enter/
change operating parameters
· Settings Entry I Fault indicator LED
Change enable entry Flashing warning
Enter memorize entry Steady state trip
Setting Range Factory Setting
Rated motor current or operating current I
e
0.5…630A 20A
Use of a primary current transformer Yes/No No
Current ratio of primary current transformer 1…600 1
Locked-rotor current
2.5…12 I
e
6 I
e
Locked-rotor time 0 1…600s 10 s
Setting Range Factory Setting
Connection of main relay (MR) Electrically held/non-fail-safe Electrically held
Reset of thermal trip Manual/auto Manual
Reset at % thermal utilization 10…100% 70%
Reset PTC trip Manual/auto Manual
Cooling constant ratio motor on/off 1…5 2.5
Motor insulation class B/E/F B
Station number (Communication) 1…122 2
DeviceNet Baud Rate (125/250/500k baud) 0…2 0 (125 kBd)
Remote I/O Baud Rate (57.6, 115.2, 230.4k baud) 0…23
4 (57.6 kBd, Inst rack,
starting mod group 1)
PROFIBUS Baud Rate (9.6; 19.2; 93.75; 187.5; 500 kBd) 0…4 4 (500 kBd)
Modbus Baud Rate
(0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kBd)
0…188
4 (4.8 kBd, RTU mode, one stop bit,
no parity)
'
^ ·
´
I
·
I
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-25
Specifications, Continued
Electrical
0 The measuring inputs for PT-100 and PTC, the 4 through 20 mA output and the RS 485 interface are not insulated from one another.
Construction
Cat. No.825-MCM2 Cat. No. 825-MCM20 Cat. No.825-MCM180, -MCM630
Nominal Rated Voltage U
e
Motor circuit
Per IEC, SEV, VBE 0660 400V AC 660V AC 1000V AC
Per CSA, UL 240V AC 600V AC 600V AC
Control circuits
Main relay (MR) 95…98, supply A1, A2
Phase sequence protection L1, L2, L3
Per IEC 947 400V AC – –
Per SEV 380V AC – –
Per CSA, UL 240V AC – –
Alarm relay (AL) 13/14
Auxiliary relay #1, #4, #5
Per IEC 947 400V AC – –
Per SEV 250V AC – –
Per CSA, UL 240V AC – –
Auxiliary relay #2, #3 50V AC/30V DC – –
Control inputs #1, #2 24V AC/24V DC – –
Electrical Tests
Test Voltage
Motor circuit
Per IEC 947-1 U
imp
2.5 kV U
imp
6 kV U
imp
8 kV
Control circuit
U
imp
4 kV – –
Between control circuits and to all other circuits 0
Main relay (MR) 95…98, supply A1, A2
Phase sequence protection L1, L2, L3
Alarm relay (AL), Auxiliary relay #1, #4, #5
Per IEC 947-1
Core balance c.t. k, I
U
imp
2.5 kV – –
Control inputs #1, #2
Auxiliary relay #2, #3
Per IEC 947-1
Mounting Position
22.5˚ 22.5˚
22.5˚
90˚
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29 Continued on next page.
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-26
Specifications, Continued
Main Current Transformers for the Motor Circuit
Relays
0 Protection current transformer (P = Protection):
± 1% error at rated current (I
e
)
± 5% error at rated overcurrent (10 I
e
)
Rated thermal current = 120% I
e
With starting current 10 I
e
: class 5 P 20
The current transformer error adds up to the Bulletin 825 error.
O 2.5A with Cat. No. 825-MCM2, 20A with Cat. No. 825-MCM20.
O Max. rated current of fuse: rapid (D) 16A; slow (DT) 10A.
When Cat. No. 825-M⊗ is used as secondary relay with
Cat. No. 825-MCM2/825-MCM20
Recommended c.t. in the phase
Min. nominal service voltage Nominal service voltage of motor
Min. rated primary current I
th
Nominal service current of motor
Rated secondary current 1A or 5A
Class and nominal overcurrent factor 5 P 10 ext. 120% 0
Power rating According to power consumption in leads and measuring circuits
Rated frequency (Hz) 50/60
Burden: Cat. No. 825-M⊗ + 825-MCM2 Cat. No. 825-M⊗ + 825-MCM20
Power consumption at max. rated current O 0.1 VA/phase 0.4 VA/phase
Thermal limit current cont. (A) 3 24
Thermal limit current 1 s (A) 250 600
Frequency of input current (Hz) 50/60 50/60
General notes on Bulletin 825
No-load Secondary no-load permitted, as burden is mounted in detection module
Contact data of output relays
Main relay (MR) 95...96
Contacts fitted 1 N.C. and 1 N.O. galv. separated
Service voltage [V] 24 48 60 110 220/230 240 380 415 440
Per CSA, UL: pilot duty 240V
Continuous thermal current [A] 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Rated service current — AC [A] 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1.5
Rated service current — DC
Without prot. network, L/R = 35 ms [A] 0.6 0.3 0.25 0.15 0.05 0.05 – – –
With prot. network O, L/R = 100 ms [A] 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 – – –
Max. permissible switching current [A] 44 44 44 44 33 33 22 22 16.5
Alarm relay (AL), Auxiliary relay #1, #4, #5
Contacts fitted 1 N.O. each
Continuous thermal current (A) 4
Max. permissible switching voltage 400V AC/125V DC
Nominal service current
cos ϕ = 1 4A at 250V AC or 30V DC
cos ϕ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms 2A at 250V AC or 30V DC
Max. switching power
cos ϕ = 1 1250 VA/150W
cos ϕ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms 500 VA/60W
Per CSA/UL 240V; 1A pilot duty
Auxiliary relay #2, #3
Contacts fitted 1 N.O. each
Continuous thermal current (A) 4
Max. permissible switching voltage 50V AC/30V DC
Max. switching power (W)
cos ϕ = 1 150
cos ϕ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms 60
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-27
Specifications, Continued
Supply
Core Balance Current Transformer
Environmental
Ambient Conditions
Terminals
Nominal supply voltage U
s
50/60 Hz; 110V, 220…240V, 380…415V, 440V
24…48V DC
Permissible voltage fluctuation
AC 0.85…1.1 U
s
DC 0.80…1.1 U
s
Power consumption
AC 13 VA
DC 10W max.
Short-circuit protection
appropriate conductor cross-section of cable
the supply module is self-protected against short circuits
Recommended data for core balance current transformer
Burden: Measuring circuit Bulletin 825-M⊗
Power consumption at rated current (0.5A) 0.4 VA
Limiting thermal current, continuous 0.5 VA
Limiting thermal current for 1 s (A) 25
Frequency of input current (Hz) 50/60
Temperature
Operation –5…+60°C (+23…+140°F)
Storage –40…+60°C (–40…+140°F)
Transport –40…+60°C (–40…–140°F)
Climatic sensitivity
Damp heat IEC 68-2-3 40°C (104°F), 92% rel. humidity, 56 days
Climatic cycling IEC 68-2-30 25/40° C (77/140°F), 21 cycles
Degree of protection
Cat. No. 825-M⊗, enclosed in panel IP65
Terminals IP20
Resistance to vibration
Per IEC 68-2-6 10…150 Hz, 3g
Resistance to shock
Per IEC 68-2-27 30g, shock duration 18 ms, semisinusoidal in x-, y-, z- directions
Bulletin 825 plug-in terminals Range of cross-section:
0.5…2.5 mm
2
, single wire (20 AWG…14 AWG)
0.5…1.5 mm
2
, double wire (20 AWG…14 AWG)
Per UL 20…14 AWG
Per VDE
Nominal 1.5mm
2
(.0023 in
2
)
Main circuit
Cat. No. 825-MCM2/825-MCM20 Terminals:
2 x 2.5mm
2
/1 x 4 mm
2
(2 x .0039 in
2
/1 x .006 in
2
)
2 x AWG 20…14/1 x AWG 20…12
Cat. No. 825-MCM180
Insertion opening: max. 19mm (25/32in.) or current bars 20 x 4mm
(51/64 x 5/32in.)
Cat. No. 825-MCM630 Current bars 25 x 8mm (63/64 x 21/64 in)
Nominal ratio K
n
=
minimum detectable ground (earth) fault
pickup current of ground (earth) fault prot. Cat. No. 825-M⊗
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29 Continued on next page.
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-28
Specifications, Continued
Adjustable Setting Characteristic
Power Supply Module Cat. No. 825-MPS⊗
Identification Instrument Cat. No. 825-MTUM for Thermal Utilization
The degree of inertia can be set to
match the properties of the motor. A
suitable reference value, among others,
is the admissible locked-rotor time of
the cold motor in conjunction with the
associated current. This makes it
possible to protect motors which are
thermally very rapid or very slow.
The thermal capacity of the iron is
particularly important at small
overloads. Allowance for it in the
thermal image enables the overload
reserves of the motor to be utilized
without risking a premature trip.
Time/current characteristics of the
electronic motor protection system Cat.
No. 825-M⊗ (from the cold state)
t
A
Tripping time in s
I
e
Rated service current of the motor
= I
eF
a Lock-Rotor current; setting range
I
A
= 2.5...12I
e
b Inertia: Setting range with
appropriate set locked-rotor
current t
IA
= 1…600 sec
Note: The setting of I
A
/t
IA
must be
outside the range “b” (e.g.
when I
A
= 6 x Ie, t
IA
must
be ≤100 s)
Technical Data AC and DC Power Supply Modules
Admissible voltage fluctuation
AC 0.85…1.1 U
s
DC 0.80…1.1 U
s
Power consumption
AC 13 VA
DC 10 max.
Short circuit protection The power supply module is short circuit proof
Front 96 x 96mm (3-25/32 x 3-25/32 in.)
Panel cutout
91.5 x 91.5mm (–0mm/+ 0.5mm)
(3-39/64 x 3-39/64 in.) (–0/+ 1/64 in.)
Mounting depth 55mm (2-11/64 in.)
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Approximate Dimensions — Page 6-29
Bulletin 825
Smart Motor Manager
6-29
Approximate Dimensions
Flush Mounting (or Panel Mounting Frame)
0 For DIN rail mounting EN 50022 35 x 15, order 35 x 7.5.
O Cat. No. 825-MCM180 with busbars or 19mm (3/4 in.) openings for looping the conductors.
O See page 6-22 for Cat. No. 825-MCM180 bus bars.
Approximate Shipping Weight
Dimensions are shown in millimeters
(inches).
The Cat. No. 825-M⊗ is suited for flush
mounting as well as for surface mounting.
Surface Mounting
For surface mounting, the Cat. No. 825-M⊗
may be mounted into the panel mounting
frame Cat. No. 825-FPM. The Cat. No.
825-FPM is equipped with a hinge, allowing
to swing it out by 90°. The terminals are
accessible and it is not necessary to
dismount the unit.
Cat. No. A B C D E F G H J K L
825-MCM2
120
(4-45/64)
85
(3-23/64)
102
(4-1/64)
66
(2-39/64)
5.3
(7/32)
5.3
(7/32)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
1x4mm
2
(1 x 5/32)

38.5
(1-33/64)
825-MCM20
120
(4-45/64)
85
(3-23/64)
102
(4-1/64)
66
(2-39/64)
5.3
(7/32)
5.3
(7/32)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
1x4mm
2
(1 x 5/32)

38.5
(1-33/64)
825-MCM180
120
(4-45/64)
100
(3-7/8)
102
(4-1/64)
72
(2-27/32)
5.3
(7/32)
5.3
(7/32)
100
(3-15/16)
55
(2-11/64)
O O
38.5
(1-33/64)
825-MCM630
155
(6-7/64)
145
(5-11/16)
156
(6-9/64)
118
(4-21/32)
6.3
(1/4)
6.3
(1/4)
135
(5-21/64)
88
(3-15/32)
11
(7/16)
M10
48
(1-57/64)
Cat. No. kg (lbs) Cat. No. kg (lbs)
825-MCM2 0.570 (1.27) 825-PTL2 0.04 (0.09)
825-MCM20 0.570 (1.27) 825-PTL4 0.045 (0.1)
825-MCM180 0.860 (1.9) 825-PCB1 0.095 (0.2)
825-MCM630 3.12 (6.88) 825-PCE 0.02 (0.04)
825-MVM 0.230 (0.51) 825-CBC 0.015 (0.03)
825-PTS 0.075 (0.17)
138
(5-7/16)
144
(5-43/64)
144
(5-43/64)
170
(6-11/16)
6.5
(1/4)
150
(5-29/32)
170
(6-11/16)
185
(6-1/2)
138
(5-3/16)
170
(6-11/16)
Mounting Depth
137
(5-25/64)
149
(5-55/64)
139
(5-15/32)
10
(25/64)
E
J
F
L L
G
A
HBB
I
C
D
A
G
L L
F
E
J
HB
K
D
C
Cat. No.
825-MCM2–825-MCM180
Cat. No. 825-MCM630
0
O
Product Overview — Page 6-20
Product Selection — Page 6-21
Accessories — Page 6-22
Specifications — Page 6-24
Bulletin 1409
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System
6-30
6
Bulletin 1409
• Adjustable Trip From
1…6A for Maximum
Sensitivity Without
Nuisance Tripping
• Output Form C Contact
(Single-Pole
Double-Throw) for
Application Flexibility
• Time Delay of 50 ms
Nominal to Minimize
Nuisance Tripping and
Allow Time for High
Current Inhibit
• Test Circuit is Built In to
Test System for Proper
Specifications
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-31
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-32
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-33
Description
Low level (arcing) ground faults are below the fuse or circuit breaker rating and
therefore go undetected until a much larger problem develops. The Allen-Bradley
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System is designed to sense these low level faults
and either drop out the motor controller or operate a shunt-trip circuit breaker to clear
the fault.
The Bulletin 1409 Arcing Ground Fault Detection Systems are intended for equipment
protection only. These systems are not Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupters for
personnel protection as defined in Article 100 of the U.S. National Electric Code.
The Bulletin 1409 is available in two designs, Class I and Class II. The Class I Arcing
Ground Fault Detection Systems are intended for use with shunt-trip circuit breakers
or medium voltage controllers. These Class I systems do not contain a high current
inhibit circuit.
The Class II Arcing Ground Fault Detection Systems are designed for use with motor
starters or contactors (controllers) to interrupt low level ground faults. These detection
systems incorporate a high current inhibit circuit which guards against the controller
opening when the fault current exceeds the controller interrupting capacity. Ground
fault currents exceeding the interrupting rating of the controllers are designed to be
cleared by the short circuit protection device (fuse or circuit breaker).
Both Class I and Class II Arcing Ground Fault Detection Systems consist of two
parts — a relay and a sensor. The Arcing Ground Fault Relay contains all the
detection, adjustment and output circuitry. The Arching Ground Fault Sensor is a
special two-winding current transformer. Operation of the ground fault detection
system is indicated by the relay toggle.
Approvals:
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the arching ground fault
relays and sensor selected.
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Arcing Ground Fault Relay
Cat. No. 1409-DOBD
Arcing Ground Fault Sensor
Cat. No. 1409-N2
Bulletin 1409
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System
6-31
Product Selection
Arcing Ground Fault Relays — Class II with High Current Inhibit Feature
Arcing Ground Fault Sensors
0 For a 3-phase system with one cable per phase except as indicated.
O 8000V cable — select sensor to have a window diameter greater than 2.5 times the cable diameter.
Arcing Ground Fault Relays — Class I without High Current Inhibit Feature
Note: Interrupting capacity is determined by starter or circuit breaker selection.
NEMA
Starter
Size
Maximum
Voltage (V)
AC
Maximum
HP
Full Load
Current
(A)
High Current
Inhibit (A)
Cat No. × Min. Max.
1
200…230 7.5 27 114 144 1409-BOAD
460 10 14 63 79 1409-BOBD
575 10 11 50 62 1409-BOCD
2
200…230 15 45 189 239 1409-COAD
460 25 34 153 193 1409-COBD
575 25 27 122 153 1409-COCD
3
200…230 30 90 360 456 1409-DOAD
460 50 65 293 370 1409-DOBD
575 50 52 234 296 1409-DOCD
4
200…230 50 135 585 741 1409-EOAD
460 100 124 558 706 1409-EOBD
575 100 99 446 564 1409-EOCD
5
200…230 100 270 1116 1413 1409-FOAD
460 200 240 1080 1368 1409-FOBD
575 200 192 864 1094 1409-FOCD
6
200…230 200 540 2160 2736 1409-GOAD
460 400 465 2147 2718 1409-GOBD
575 400 372 1719 2177 1409-GOCD
NEMA
Starter
Size
Maximum Recommended
Cable Size 0
Window
Diameter Cat. No. ×
1…2 2 AWG @ 600V AC 1-9/16 1409-N1
3…4
250 MCM @ 600V AC
2-1/2 1409-N2 4/0 @ 5000V AC
4/0 @ 8000V AC O
5
500 MCM @ 600V AC
3-1/4 1409-N3 350 MCM @ 5000V AC
350 MCM @ 8000V AC O
6
2-500 MCM @ 600V AC
4-1/4 1409-N4 500 MCM @ 5000V AC
500 MCM @ 8000V AC O
Application Max. Line Voltage (V) Cat. No. ×
Shunt-Trip
Circuit Breaker
600
1409-MV
Medium Voltage
Controller
7200
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 1409
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System
6-32
Specifications
Technical Data
Typical Wiring Diagrams
(See Applicable Codes and Laws)
0 Wiring diagrams are shown in the tripped condition.
Response Time 50 milliseconds nominal plus the controller drop-out time
Supply Voltage 120V AC, 60 Hz
Power Input 3VA
Temperature Range
The operating ambient temperature range for the sensor is –40°C…+85°C (–40°F…+184°F) and for
the relay is 0°C…+65°C (+32°F…+149°F)
Output Contact Rating Make 30A; Break 3A; Continuous carrying current 5A at 120V
M
N0
NC
C
L1
L2
CT4
CT3
GND
CT2
CT1
Internal
Printed Circuit
Ground Fault Relay
Internal Circuit
Breaker
Load
On Off
Line
N0
NC
C
Test
Winding
Operate
Winding
Motor
CT1
CT2
CT3
CT4
Ground
Fault
Sensor
Pilot
Device
Ind.
Light
OL ’s
To
Source of
120V, 60Hz
Control
Voltage
OL's
To Disconnect &
Source of Power
L1 L2 L3
M M M
Sensor
Fault
Ground
CT4
CT3
CT2
CT1
Motor
Winding
Operate
Winding
Test
C
NC
N0
Line
Off On
Load
Breaker
Internal Circuit
Ground Fault Relay
Printed Circuit
Internal
CT1
CT2
GND
CT3
CT4
L2
L1
C
NC
N0
To
120V,
60Hz
Shunt
Trip
Power
Source
Motor
Controller
Contacts
Circuit
Breaker
Source
of
Power
Internal
Coil Clearing
Contact
Typical when used with
shunt trip circuit breaker
Class II with High Current Inhibit Circuit 0
Class I without High Current Inhibit Circuit 0
Bulletin 1409
Arcing Ground Fault Detection System
6-33
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Arcing Ground Fault Relay
Arcing Ground Fault Sensors
Cat. No. A B C D E F G H J K
1409-N1
92.6
(3-21/32)
88.9
(3-1/2)
104
(4-3/32)
74
(2-15/16)
67.3
(2-21/32)
56.4
(2-7/32)
92.9
(3-21/32)
39.6
(1-9/16)
– –
1409-N2
91.4
(3-19/32)
115.8
(4-9/16)
131.8
(5-3/16)
77
(3-1/32)
88.9
(3-1/2)
88.9
(3-1/2)
120.6
(4-3/4)
63.5
(2-1/2)
69.8
(2-3/4)
54.9
(2-5/32)
1409-N3
73.2
(2-7/8)
144
(5-11/16)
157.2
(6-3/16)
54.9
(2-5/32)
96.8
(3-13/16)
119.4
(4-23/32)
146.1
(5-3/4)
82.6
(3-1/4)
– –
1409-N4
77.2
(3-1/32)
169.9
(6-11/16)
182.6
(7-3/16)
59.5
(2-11/32)
123.7
(4-7/8)
138.2
(5-7/16)
171.5
(6-3/4)
108
(4-1/4)
– –
154 (6-1/16)
114 (4-1/2)
111(4-3/8)
Use (4) #8–32 Screws for Mounting
89 (3-/12)
79.5 (3-1/8)
4.8 (3/16)
20 (25/32)
F
C
G
E B
A
D
J
K
H Dia.
4 Open Slots
4 Closed
Slots 12.7 (1/2) x
(1409–N2 Only)
5.6(7/32) Dia.
Cat. No. 1409-N1: 12.7 (1/2) x 7.1 dia. (9/32)
Cat. No. 1409-N2: 12.7 (1/2) x 11.1 dia. (7/16)
F
F
C
G
H Dia.
B E
D
A
4 Holes
(13/32) Dia.
10.3
4 Open Slots
11.9 (15/32)
X
5.6 (7/32)
For
#10 Screws
Cat. No. 1409-N3
Cat. No. 1409-N4
Bulletin 1410
Motor Winding Heater
6-34
6
Bulletin 1410
• Solid-State Design
• Automatic Operation
• No Adjustments
Required
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-35
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-35
Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-35
Description
Bulletin 1410 Motor Winding Heater is intended for use with 3-phase AC motors to
guard against damage caused by condensation build-up on motor windings, which
can occur in high humidity environments during motor off times. This device is not
intended to be used to “dry out” damp motors.
Bulletin 1410 Motor Winding Heater is designed for use with 3-phase AC squirrel
cage motors controlled by automatic full voltage starters. For applications involving
reduced voltage starters, multi-speed starters, synchronous motors, or the use of
power factor correction capacitors, consult your Allen-Bradley Distributor or Sales
Office representative.
Approvals:
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the motor winding heater
selected.
CSA Certified
UL Listed
Motor Winding Heater
Bulletin 1410
Motor Winding Heater
6-35
Product Selection 0
0 For applications requiring different horsepower, kilowatt and voltage ranges than those listed, consult Allen-Bradley Sales Office.
Approximate Dimensions
Dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
Motor Voltage (V)
+10%, –15%
3-Phase, 60 Hz Motor HP Range Cat. No. ×
230
460
575
15…50
25…100
25…100
1410-EOA47
1410-EOB50
1410-EOC50
230
460
575
50…100
100…200
100…200
1410-FOA50
1410-FOB54
1410-FOC54
230
460
575
100…200
200…400
200…400
1410-GOA54
1410-GOB59
1410-GOC59
230
460
575
200…300
400…600
400…600
1410-HOA57
1410-HOB62
1410-HOC62
Specifications Connection Diagram
(See Applicable Codes and Laws)
Output Voltage Regulation
Voltage applied to motor winding will
vary ±5% maximum for line voltage
variations of +10%, –15%.
Ambient Temperature Range
Operating:
Storage:
+0°C…+50°C (+32°F…+122°F)
–25°C…+85°C (–13°F…+184°F)
Additional SCR Protection
Metal oxide varistor protects against
voltage surges. RC snubber circuit
limits rate of change of circuit
voltage.
True RMS Output Current
Approximately 15% of full load
current.
Power Delivered to the Motor Approximately 1 to 3 watts/HP.
Cat. No. A B C
1410-EOA47
1410-EOB50
1410-EOC50
146.1
(5-3/4)
88.9
(3-1/2)
114.3
(4-1/2)
1410-FOA50
1410-FOB54
1410-FOC54
204.8
(8-1/16)
108
(4-1/4)
177.8
(7)
1410-GOA54
1410-GOB59
1410-GOC59
238.1
(9-3/8)
146.1
(5-3/4)
206.4
(8-1/8)
1410-HOA57
1410-HOB62
1410-HOC62
279.4
(11)
244.5
(9-5/8)
207.2
(8-5/32)
FC1 LT2
L3
FU2
FU1
LT3
L2
Fuse
Condition
Indicator
(Optional)
“L2”
To To To To
Motor
Starter
Contacts
“L3”
"LT2” "LT3”
Motor
To
L3 LT3
T3
L2 LT2
T2
M
T1
OL's
LT1 L1
Protection
Circuit
Branch
Motor
Motor Winding Heater
A
B
C
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Bulletin 1497
Control Circuit Transformers
6-36
6
Bulletin 1497
• Available
From 50…2000 VA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description Page Description Page
Product Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-37 Approximate Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-38
Description
Control transformers are used to provide reduced voltage for control circuits in
control panels.
Transformers for use with Bulletin 100 products from 50 through 500 VA are
supplied with an attached primary and secondary fuse block which also includes
a secondary fuse.
Transformers for use with Bulletin 500 products from 50 through 500 VA are supplied
with an attached secondary fuse block which also includes a secondary fuse.
Your order must include:
• Cat. No. of the control circuit
transformer selected.
Cat. No. 1497-N2P
75 VA Transformer
For Use With Bulletin 100 IEC Products
Cat. No. 1497-N12
350 VA Transformer
For Use With Bulletin 500 NEMA Products
Bulletin 1497
Control Circuit Transformers
6-37
Product Selection
Control Circuit Transformers Used with Bulletin 100 IEC Products
Provided with a primary and secondary fuse block
Control Circuit Transformers Used with Bulletin 500 NEMA Products
Provided with a secondary fuse block
Regulation Data
0 Also rated 220/440V Primary, 110V Secondary 50/60 Hz.
O Also rated 550V Primary, 110V Secondary 50/60 Hz.
O This fuse block only mounts to Allen-Bradley 1497-N__ transformers of 750VA and below.
O Dimensions of laminations comprising stack in inches.
Continuous VA
Cat. Nos.
×
Primary
208V 60 Hz
Primary
240/480V 60 Hz
Primary
600V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz 0
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz O
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
50
75
130
200
250
350
500
1497-N28P
1497-N1P
1497-N15P
1497-N4P
1497-N7P
1497-N10P
1497-N18P
1497-N45P
1497-N48P
1497-N51P
1497-N54P
1497-N57P
1497-N60P
1497-N63P
1497-N27P
1497-N2P
1497-N16P
1497-N5P
1497-N8P
1497-N11P
1497-N19P
1497-N46P
1497-N49P
1497-N52P
1497-N55P
1497-N58P
1497-N61P
1497-N64P
1497-N29P
1497-N3P
1497-N17P
1497-N6P
1497-N9P
1497-N12P
1497-N20P
1497-N47P
1497-N50P
1497-N53P
1497-N56P
1497-N59P
1497-N62P
1497-N65P
Continuous VA
Secondary
24V 60 Hz Cat. Nos.
×
Primary
208V 60 Hz
Primary
240/480V 60 Hz
Primary
600V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
Secondary
120V 60 Hz
Secondary
24V 60 Hz
50
75
130
200
250
350
500
750
1000
1500
2000
1497-N28
1497-N1
1497-N15
1497-N4
1497-N7
1497-N10
1497-N18
1497-N33
1497-N36
1497-N39
1497-N42
1497-N45
1497-N48
1497-N51
1497-N54
1497-N57
1497-N60
1497-N63
1497-N27 0
1497-N2 0
1497-N16 0
1497-N5 0
1497-N8 0
1497-N11 0
1497-N19 0
1497-N34 0
1497-N37
1497-N40
1497-N43
1497-N46
1497-N49
1497-N52
1497-N55
1497-N58
1497-N61
1497-N64
1497-N29 O
1497-N3 O
1497-N17 O
1497-N6 O
1497-N9 O
1497-N12 O
1497-N20 O
1497-N35 O
1497-N38
1497-N41
1497-N44
1497-N47
1497-N50
1497-N53
1497-N56
1497-N59
1497-N62
1497-N65
Primary Fuse Block
Panel Mount Only
2-Pole (30A/600V)
1491-R162
Secondary Fuse Block
Panel Mounting Only
2-Pole (30A/600V)
1491-N162
Secondary Fuse Block O
Transformer Mounting Only
1-Pole (30A/250V)
1491-N100
Inrush VA at 40% Power Factor Power Factor Adjustments
Rated VA Hz Stack O Cat. No. 85% 90% 95% Power Factor Multiply By
50 50 1.000 1497-N27, -N27P 347 289 216 100% .64
75 50 1.375 1497-N2, -N2P 338 290 229 90% .67
130 50 2.000 1497-N16, -N16P 907 745 541 80% .71
200 50 1.625 1497-N5, -N5P 1267 1039 754 70% .78
250 50 2.188 1497-N8, -N8P 1394 1116 781 60% .82
350 50 3.000 1497-N11, -N11P 2870 2298 1584 50% .91
500 50 2.625 1497-N19, -N19P 3786 3013 2065 40% 1.00
750 50 4.375 1497-N34 7360 5763 3786 30% 1.11
1000 60 3.250 1497-N37 8837 6785 4329 20% 1.29
1500 60 3.625 1497-N40 14921 11328 7070 10% 1.50
2000 60 – 1497-N43 – – – – –
× Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list
Bulletin 1497
Control Circuit Transformers
6-38
Approximate Dimensions and Shipping Weights
Control Circuit Transformers Used with IEC Products
Dimensions are in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
0 Electrical clearance required to top of fuse block.
Cont. V.A.
Dimensions in mm (inches) Approximate
Shipping
Wt. kg (lbs.) A B C D E F G H 0
50
92.07
(3-5/8)
57.15
(2-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
5.56
(7/32)
11.11
(7/16)
85.72
(3-3/8)
116.72
(4-19/32)
1.8
(3.9)
75
104.78
(4-1/8)
60.33
(2-3/8)
71.44
(2-13/16)
85.72
(3-3/8)
5.56
(7/32)
7.94
(5/16)
73.03
(2-7/8)
104.03
(4-3/32)
1.9
(4.2)
130
117.47
(4-5/8)
82.55
(3-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
5.56
(7/32)
11.11
(7/16)
84.14
(3-5/16)
115.14
(4-17/32)
3.4
(7-1/4)
200
117.47
(4-5/8)
66.67
(2-5/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
127.84
(5-1/32)
4.5
(10)
250
133.35
(5-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
127.84
(5-1/32)
5.3
(11-3/4)
350
152.4
(6)
101.6
(4)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
127.84
(5-1/32)
6.9
(15-1/4)
500
Cat. No. 1497-N18P
152.4
(6)
104.78
(4-1/8)
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)
148.47
(5-27/32) 9
(20)
Cat. No. 1497-N19P/20P
158.75
(6-1/4)
111.13
(4-3/8)
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)
148.47
(5-27/32)
G
A
160.5
(6-5/16)
Max.
Max.
BLOCK
FUSE
SEC.
FUSE
BLOCK
PRI.
FUSE
BLOCK
PRI.
H
76.2
(3)
B
F TYP.
E TYP.
STACK
D
C
3
Note: These dimensions apply to transformers with
single and dual primary voltages and single
secondary voltages for 50 and 60 Hz only.
Transformers of 500 VA and less are supplied with a
250V secondary fuse sized according to the U.S.
National Electrical Code (NEC).
0
.75
Ref.
Fuseblock
3.00
Ref.
1.28
Ref.
1.62
Ref.
Nameplate
.172 Dia.
2 Holes
Ref.
1.28
3.00
.312
1.62
Ref.
Two Tabs For Std.
.250 x .032 Faston
Each End
And
Binding Head Screws
(10-32)
Holes for No. 6 Screws
.375
.84
Cat. No. 1497-N162
Cat. No. 1497-____
Bulletin 1497
Control Circuit Transformers
6-39
Approximate Dimensions and Shipping Weights, Continued
Control Circuit Transformers used with NEMA Products
Dimensions are in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not intended for manufacturing purposes.
0 Height is increased by 0.072″ when furnished mounting plate is used
O Electrical clearance required to top of fuse block.
Cont. V.A.
Dimensions in mm (inches) Approximate
Shipping
Wt. kg (lbs.) A B C D E F G H O
50
92.07
(3-5/8)
57.15
(2-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
5.56
(7/32)
11.11
(7/16)
85.72
(3-3/8)
88.11
(3-15/32)
1.8 (4)
75
104.78
(4-1/8)
60.33
(2-3/8)
71.44
(2-13/16)
85.72
(3-3/8)
5.56
(7/32)
7.94
(5/16)
73.03 0
(2-7/8)
83.34 0
(3-9/32)
2.3 (5)
130
117.47
(4-5/8)
82.55
(3-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
5.56
(7/32)
11.11
(7/16)
84.14 0
(3-5/16)
88.11 0
(3-15/32)
3.4 (7-1/4)
200
117.47
(4-5/8)
66.67
(2-5/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
106.36
(4-3/16)
4.5 (10)
250
133.35
(5-1/4)
79.38
(3-1/8)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
106.36
(4-3/16)
5.3 (11-3/4)
350
152.4
(6)
101.6
(4)
95.25
(3-3/4)
114.3
(4-1/2)
5.56
(7/32)
8.33
(21/64)
96.84
(3-13/16)
106.36
(4-3/16)
6.9 (15-1/4)
500
Cat. No. 1497-N18
152.4
(6)
104.78
(4-1/8)
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)
124.62
(4-29/32)
9 (20)
Cat. No. 1497-N19/N20
158.75
(6-1/4)
111.13
(4-3/8
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)
124.62
(4-29/32)
750
Cat. No. 1497-N33
193.68
(7-5/8)
146.05
(5-3/4)
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)

14 (31)
Cat. No. 1497-N34/N35
203.2
(8)
155.57
(6-1/8)
111.13
(4-3/8)
133.35
(5-1/4)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
117.47
(4-5/8)

1000
117.8
(7)
127
(5)
134.94
(5-5/16)
161.93
(6-3/8)
7.94
(5/16)
17.46
(11/16)
139.7
(5-1/2)
– 15.9 (35)
1500
222.25
(8-3/4)
161.93
(6-3/8)
146.05
(5-3/4)
171.45
(6-3/4)
11.11
(7/16)
17.46
(11/16)
159.75
(6-1/4)
– 19.5 (43)
2000
254
(10)
196.85
(7-3/4)
146.05
(5-3/4)
171.45
(6-3/4)
11.11
(7/16)
17.46
(11/16)
158.75
(6-1/4)
– 29.5 (65)
(When Used)
Fuse Block
Max.
A
B
D
C
F
E
X2 X1
H4
H3 H2
H1
H
G
Max.
Max.
NOTE: These dimensions apply to transformers with
single and dual primary voltages and single
secondary voltages for 50 and 60 Hz only.
Transformers of 500 VA and less are supplied with a
250V secondary fuse sized according to the U.S.
National Electrical Code (NEC).
0
0O
Dual Voltage Transformer Shown