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CONTENTS

(Safety in work)
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(Safety Precaution)
(Safety in Work Operations)

(Service Conditions)
(Description)
(Specification)
(Unpacking)
(Keeping & Carrying)
(Auxiliaries)
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(Electric Charging)
(Charging & ON-OFF Indicator)

(Drawin Method)

(Drawout Method)

(How to Disassemble the Breaker)

(How to Assemble the Breaker)

26

(Relay and the Contact Holder)


(Replacement of Motor)

(Wiring Diagram)
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(Drawout Position Indicator)


(Replacement)

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16
18
20
21
22

(Manual Charging)

(Operation of Drawout Mechanism)

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(SB Breaker Connection)

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(Inspection Prior to Applying Current)

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Dangerous Procedures

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Safety in work operations

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Safety in work operations

Do not install in areas subject to high temperature, high humidity, dust, corrosive gas, vibrations, shocks.
To do so may result in malfunction or fire.

Should the ACB trip automatically, always clear the source of the malfunction before closing the ACB again.
Failure to do so may result in fire.

Terminal screws should be tightened periodically. Failure to do so may result in fire.

Use the ACB in 50/60Hz. Failure to do so may result in malfunction or fire.

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1. Normal service conditions


If under ordinary conditions the following normal working conditions are all satisfied, the
OSEMCO series air circuit breaker may be used unless otherwise specified.
1) Ambient air temperature
A range of max. +40 to min. -5 is recommended.
however, the average over 24 hours must not exceed +35
2) Altitude
2,000m or less.
3) Environmental conditions
The air must be clean, and the relative humidity 85% or less at a max. of +40
Do not use and store in atmospheres with sulfide gas, ammonia gas etc.
(H2S 0.01ppm, SO2 0.01ppm, NH3 a few ppm.)
4) Installation conditions
When installing the OSEMCO SB series air circuit breaker, refer to the installation
instructions in the catalogue and instruction manual.
5) Storage temperature
A range of max. +60 to min. -20 is recommended.
however, the average over 24 hours must not exceed +35
6) Replacement
Approx. 10 years.
Please see maintenance and inspection for further detail.
2. Special service conditions
In the case of special service condition, modified air circuit breakers are available.
Please specify when ordering. Service life may be shorter depend on service conditions.
1) Special environmental conditions
If it is used at high temperature and/or high humidity, the insulation durability and other
electrical/mechanical features may deteriorate. Therefore, the breaker should be specially
treated. Moisture fungus treatment with increased corrosion-resistance is recommended.
Since some parts may pose problems due to corrosion in the environments where
corrosive gas results from the corrosion, the increased extra-corrosion proof
specifications is recommended.
2) Special ambient temperature
If the ambient temperature exceeds +40 , the uninterrupted current rating will be
reduced. Since the reduction value is different depending on the applicable standard
refer to table A
3) Special altitude
If it is used at the 2,000m or higher the heat radiation rate is reduced decreasing the
operating voltage rating, continuous current capacity and breaking capacity.
Moreover the durability of the insulation is also decreased owing to the atmospheric
pressure. For further details, Please contact OSEMCO.

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Table A) Derated Current as per ambient temperature

Less than100

Less than100

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ACB
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Line Side Insulation Clearance
When switchgear will be designed, it should be maintained the line side insulation clearance between
OSEMCO ACB and panel such as below illustration.

Top Plate, Electrical Equipment

Side Plate, Electrical Equipment


NOTE
A

Mechanical Interlock,
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The dimension A should be increased


when mechanical interlock will be fitted.

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Circuit Breaker
Trip button

Close button
Arc extinguishing chamber
Control terminal block

Front cover

Main frame

On/Off indicator
On/Off

Charging indicator
Charging

Cradle

Safety shutter
Shutter release lever
Drawout lever
Drawout rail

Drawout handle

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Drawout position indicator


Drawout locking

Drawout type
Auto connector

Lifting hook hole

Trip locking

Mechanical interlock
lever

Charging handle

Automatic trip

Digital protection relay


Auxiliary rail

Description

Rear cover
Arc extinguishing chamber
Fixed contacts
Power-side busbar
Movable contacts Assy

Charging mechanism

Load-side busbar

Main closing spring(

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Characteristics

SB-606

SB-608

SB-610

SB-612

Rated operating voltage VAC

690

690

690

690

Insulation voltage VAC

1000

1000

1000

1000

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

Frame current AF

630

800

1000

1250

Rated current A

630

800

1000

1250

Neutral current A

630

800

1000

1250

Number of poles

Breaking capacity

Rated breaking capacity

IEC

220 / 240V

65

85

65

85

65

85

65

85

(kA R.M.S symmetrical)

947-2

380 / 415V

65

85

65

85

65

85

65

85

Rated breaking capacity

VDE

440 / 500V

50

65

50

65

50

65

50

65

(kA peak value)

0660

600 / 660V

50

65

50

65

50

65

50

65

BS

480V

50

65

50

65

50

65

50

65

4752

690V

42

50

42

50

42

50

42

50

Below 500V

105

143

105

143

105

143

105

143

600 / 660V

105

143

105

143

105

143

105

143

50

65

50

65

50

65

50

65

Breaking duty
(O-CO-CO)

Making capacity (kA, peak)


Short time
withstand capacity
AC 500V

1Sec
3Sec

Operation time
Number of
operating
cycles
Maximum
weight(kg)
S : General model

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30

Total breaking time

40ms

Rated closing time

80ms

30

30

With rated current

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

Without rated current

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

Drawout

3P 4P

65(85)

65(85)

65(85)

71(86)

Fixed

3P 4P

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35(48)

35(48)

44(54)

H : High interrupting capacity model

SB-616

SB-620

SB-625

SB-632

SB-640

SB-650

SB-663

690

690

690

690

690

690

690

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

3P / 4P

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000

5000

6300

1600

2000

2500

3200

4000

5000

6300

1600

2000

2500

2500

2500

2500

3200

85

100

85

100

85

100

85

100

100

130

100

130

100

130

65

85

65

85

65

85

85

100

100

130

100

130

100

130

50

65

65

85

65

85

65

85

85

100

85

100

85

100

50

65

65

65

65

85

65

85

85

100

85

100

85

100

50

65

65

85

65

85

65

85

65

85

65

85

65

85

42

50

42

50

42

50

42

50

50

65

50

65

50

65

105

143

143

187

143

187

143

187

187

220

187

220

187

220

105

143

105

143

105

143

105

143

143

187

143

187

143

187

50

65

65

85

65

85

65

85

85

100

85

100

85

100

50

65

65

65

85

85

85

40ms
80ms
5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

3,000

3,000

3,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

71(86)

90(105)

90(105)

120(135)

185(200)

200(215)

240(260)

44(54)

48(63)

48(63)

55(70)

100(115)

120(135)

140(155)

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Before unpacking the breaker, check that all boxes and packages are in sound condition.
While unpacking, Check that the breaker is in sound condition.
Check that the information given on the rating and accessory nameplate and that on the purchase
order agree.

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If ACB will not be installed immediately after taking-over, Please keep in proper conditions as follows.
Be sure to keep the ACB in the Off and Discharge position.
Store the ACB in a dust free and dry environment, without corrosive gas.
Note that particularly the compound of water and cement may cause corrosion on many parts.
Place the ACB on a horizontal plane in normal state, not putting it directly on the ground.

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B)
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A) In case of using a hauling rope
B) In case of using a lift

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Manual Charging (

Charge)

Position Indicator(

Position Indicator(

7-8
CHARGE

The closing spring is charged by manual charging handle, When charging


handle will be pulled forward 7-8 times, closing will be completely
charged.

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PUSH ON
DISCHARGED
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PUSH OFF
OFF
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ON

When breaker will be ready for closing, charging indicator will show
CHARGED. When pressing on-button, breaker will be closed and
charging indicator will show DISCHARGED and on-off indicator will show
on-position.When pressing off-button, breaker will be tripped and on -off
indicator will show off-position.

Motor Charging (

Charge)

B1, B4
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When rated voltage will be supplied to terminals of B1 and B4, charging
motor will be operate and closing spring will be charged. When charging
will be completed, charging indicator will show CHARGED and charging
motor operation will be automatically completed.
C1, C2
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O1, O2
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After completion of charging coil, breaker will be closed. When rated
voltage will be supplied to terminals of C1 and C2, And also charging
motor will be operated and closing spring will be charged. When rated
voltage will be supplied to terminals of O1 and O2, tripping relay will be
operated and breaker will be tripped. The repeated closing and tripping
can be available.

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OFF-CHARGED

CHARGED

CHARGED
Breaker is tripped and closing spring is discharged.

Breaker is tripped and closing spring is charged.


Ready for closing.

ON-DISCHARGED

ON-CHARGED

CHARGED
Breaker is closed and closing spring is discharged.

CHARGED
Breaker is closed and closing spring is charged.

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(Draw-in Method)
Trip Button

open

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DISCONNECTED
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Push the trip button and make the breaker off.
Release the extension rail lock lever and pull drawout lever
to arrow-marked direction.
Check that the cradle position indicator shows
DISCONNECTED.
Place the breaker on the rail and push slowly until it does
not move.
Insert the drawout handle into its aperature and turn the
drawout handle until breaker is completely inserted to cradle.
Then, indicator will show CONNECTED.

(Draw-out Method)
Trip Button

open

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DISCONNECTED
DISCONNECTED

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Pull extension rail lock lever upward.
Insert the drawout handle into its aperature and turn counterclockwise until position indicator shows DISCONNECTED.
When breaker is latched again on disconnected position,
breaker can be completely drawnout by lifting of drawout
lever once more.
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3
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Monunted on cardle, this device indicates the position of connected, test & disconnected as
follows.

Normal operation

Test position

Drawout position

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1) +
2)
3)
4)

6mm

.
.
8mm

8mm

.
.

Follow the following procedure for disassembling:


1) Remove 6mm screws from arc chamber with + driver and take it away.
2) Trip the breaker and remove snap rings from the connector link connected to input shaft, then remove link pins.
3) Take all 8mm bolts at back cover away by using a box wrench, and then remove each back covers, which are
separated by each phase.
4) When 8mm bolts are removed out of 4 places at the front control panel, the control panel will be easily taken
away.

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1)
2)
3)
4)

.
50Nm

.
50Nm
6mm

.
.

Assembly should be done in the reverse sequence of disassembly as follows:


1) Assemble a operating device in the breaker mold, tightening with 50Nm.
2) Fit the link pin of the contact holder and fasten the snap ring.
3) Trip the operating part of the breaker and fasten the rear back covers sequentially, tightening the bolts
with 50Nm.
4) Insert Arc extinguishing chamber sequentially and fit square nuts in the bottom part, tightening with
6mm screws symmetrically.

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1) When screws of fixing bracket for coils will be removed, each coils can be separated. After separation of lead
wire for power supply, individual checking & replacement can be easily performed. When disassembling the coil,
Make sure the correct identification of tripping coil, closing coil, and under voltage coil. The mis-location of coils
may cause malfunction.
2) The contact case can be easily separated when 6mm bolts at the bottom of the output side busbar bracket
will be removed with a box wrench as shown in the above illustration.

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When dismantling the motor


1) Remove 4 ( ) fixing bolts for ACB cover. Then, cover can be separated.
2) Disconnect the wires (B1, B4) connected to the motor from terminal board or auto connector.
(Be careful against electric shock.)
3) After disconnecting the wires (B1, B4), remove 1 screw( ) supporting the motor to separate the motor.
When inserting the motor
1) Align the axis of charging mechanism with a groove of the motor and then insert the motor.
(If it doesnt fit well, insert it by turning the handle manually little by little.)
2) After inserting the motor, fix the motor by using 1 screw ( ) supporting the motor.
3) Connect the wires (B1, B4) connected to the motor with terminal board or auto connector.
(Be careful against electric shock.)
4) Fix the cover by using 4 screw ( ) that fix the ACB cover. then, the motor replacement will be completed.
Notes
1) When fitting the charging motor for manual type ACB, closing coil should be installed together.
2) Closing coil is located in front of tripping coil. Each coil is fixed with 1 screw.
3) Connect the wires (C1, C2) from closing coil to terminal board or auto connector.

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The breaker connector numbers are connected as follows :


(The numbers are commonly applied for fixed & drawout type.)

Input power for charging motor

Input power for closing coil

Input power for tripping coil

Input power for digital protection relay

For Drawout Type


Aux normal b contact

Aux normal a contact

Normal b contact of OCR

For Fixed Type

Normal b contact of GR

Before connecting the terminal, check the terminal numbers. Wrong connection may cause the damage to breaker.
As for the DC control source, Be sure to check the polarity before connection.

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Control
Source

Trip

Close
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AT
: Reset Button
BPO
: Trip Push Button
BPF
: Closing Push Button
CE
: Connected Position Contact(c-contact)
M
: Motor
XF
: Closing Release
OT
: OCR, GR Trip Contact
UT
: UVR Trip Contact
MX
: Tripping Release
U1,U2 : MN, MNR Control Source

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Control
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Trip

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CD
MN
MNR
C
O
SDE1
SDE2
CH
M1, M2

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Contacts for disconnected position(c-contact)


UVR (Instantaneous Type)
UVR (Time-delay Type)
4a Contact
4b Contact
OCR Trip Indication Contact (a-contact)
GR Trip Indication Contact (a-contact)
Motor Limit Switch (c-contact)
OCR, GR, UVR & OVR Control Source

The above circuit diagram shows de-energized status.


1) When UVR is not fitted, the dotted line will be connected
as actual line.
2) Either internal CT or external ZCT is selectively used.
Do not energize to terminal K and L

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1.

Inspection Prior to Applying Current

ACB
,
Perform the following inspections after installing the ACB and before applying the current
(Criteria)

(Inspection item)
busbar
?
Are the electrical wires and bus bars fastened securely
to the external line connection main terminal ?
,

(M12 screw : 400~500kg-cm, 40~50N.m)


Must be tightened at the designated
tightening torque

?
Are any conductive foreign objects, such as screws, nail,
processing chips from the panel and also connecting lead
wires for the withstand voltage tests, left around the terminals ?

Must be removed completely.

,
?
Is the front cover, base, etc. cracked or damaged ?

There must be no cracks or damage.

,
?
Has the breaker been flooded or is there condensation of dew ?

,
.
There must be no flooding or dew condensation.

500V
Measure the insulation resistance with a 500V insulation
resistance tester.

1.1
Must comply with the standards given in 1.1

Perform the withstand voltage test

1.1
Must comply with the standards given in 1.1

1.1
Standards for Insulation Resistance and Withstand Voltage Tests
:5
(ACB
:100
)
Insulation Resistance Test : Must be no less than 5

(must be no less than 100

for the ACB alone)

Withstand Voltage Test(1min)

Measurement Location

Test Voltage

Between the live parts of the main circuit and earth

2,500V

Between the live parts of different poles

2,500V

Between the power supply and the load terminals

2,500V

Between the load parts of the main circuit and the live part of the control/operation circuits

2,500V

Between the live part of the control/operation circuit and earth

2,000V

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2.

Periodic Inspection

ACB
1
.
It is recommended that periodic inspections are performed once about one month commencing use
and thereafter according to the guidelines for inspection and renewal to ensure a stable, long-term use
of the ACB.
2.1

External Appearance of the ACB


Inspection item

Inspection Method

Criteria

Treatment Method
Air

Dust and soiling

Loosening of the main


circuit terminals

Visual inspection

Tightening with torque Tightening torque M12 screw :


wrench.
400~500kg-cm (40~50N.m)

Flooding immersion in
water
Loosening of the
control terminals

.
There must be no detrimental
deposits of dust and dirt.

Tighten with a screw


driver.

2.2

Blow with air upon each periodic


inspection or clean and remove the dust
with a dry cloth
.
Retighten if necessary

.
There must be no flooding or
immersion

.
Replace the product if flooding or
immersion has occurred.

Must be tightened securely.

Retighten if necessary

Conductive Part of the Main Circuit


Inspection item

Inspection Method

Criteria

Treatment Method

Discoloration of the moving


and fixed conductors

Visual inspection

There must be no detrimental


discoloration

ACB
. Replace the ACB if there is any
detrimental discoloration.

Soiling of the main circuit


conductors

Visual inspection

. There must be no detrimental


deposits of dust or soot.

. Put methyl1 alcohol on a cloth, etc


and wipe.

.
There must be no discoloration of the
junction or deformation of the flat spring

, Cradle
.
Replace the cradle if there are any
abnormalities.

.
Visual inspection
Discoloration and deformation
of the main circuit junction
1.1
Measurement of insulation
resistance

. Perform in
accordance with
section 1.1

5
(ACB
: 100
).
Must be no less than 5
(No less than 100 for the ACB alone)

, ACB
.
Remove dust and clean ACB
or replace.
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2.3 Arc

Arc Extinguishing Chamber

Inspection item

2.4

Inspection Method

Criteria

Treatment Method

Criteria

Treatment Method

Switching Mechanism Part


Inspection item

3.

Inspection Method

Inspections After a Breaking operation

ACB

,
.

ACB
.

Inspection the items detailed for periodic when the ACB has performed a breaking operation as a result of an overload
current or a short-circuit current. Reuse a possible if the relevant criteria are satisfied.
However, it is recommended that the ACB be replaced as soon as possible after it has interrupted a large fault current.
The ACB should be monitored for unusual temperature rises and other abnormalities until replacement occurs.

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4.

Fault Diagnosis
Treatment
Type & condition
of Abnormality

1.
Cannot close

Probable Cause

1
Primary Treatment

1.

2
Secondary Treatment
1
.
Please contact our company if closing
cannot be performed even after
completing the primary treatment.

The closing
operation cannot
be performed.
Key-Lock
.
The Key-lock
device is not
released.

Key-Lock

Release the Key-lock Device.

DISCONNECTED , TEST
CONNECTED
Setting
The drawout
position is not
appropriate.

Set to either of the


DISCONNECTED , TEST
or the CONNECTED
positions.

UVT
.

UVT

Voltage is not
applied to the UVT.

Apply voltage to the UVT.

Spring charge
.

The closing spring


is not charge.

UVT

UVT
.

Charge.

Charge.

Refer to the section Abnormalities of


the UVT if there is an abnormality of
the UVT.
Charge
.
Please contact our company if charging
cannot be performed manually.
Refer to the section Charging
disabled if electrical charging is not
possible.

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Treatment
Type & condition
of Abnormality
1.
Cannot close

1
Primary Treatment

Probable Cause
1.

Closing Coil
(

2
Secondary Treatment

If the voltage is not applied,


examine the control circuit.
The closing coil does not
operate. (Manual closing is 2.
able)

Closing Coil
Replace the Closing Coil if there are no
abnormalities in the contact of the
fasten terminals

If the voltage is applied,


check the contact of the
fasten terminal at the lower
part of the control circuit
terminal block
2.
The closing operation
is performed.
Trip(Off)
Tripping(Off) is performed
simultaneously with the
closing operation.

2.OFF
Off disabled

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1. SHT(MX)
.(
OFF
.)

1.

The SHT(MX) will not


operate.
(Manual OFF
operation is able)

If the voltage is not applied,


examine the control circuit

Treatment
Type & condition
of Abnormality
3.Charge
Charging disabled

1
Primary Treatment

Probable Cause
1.

2
Secondary Treatment

Charge
.
Electrical charging
cannot be performed.

The voltage is not


applied

Apply the voltage

1. Motor
The motor won't turn.
B1,

,
,

B4

, motor

The voltage is applied


Check the contact of the
fastening terminals, B1, B4
below the control circuit
terminal block.
check the polarity also.

2. Motor

Secure the contact if there is an


abnormality Replace the motor unit
if there are no abnormalities

charge

, motor unit
,

,
The motor turns but won't charge.
charge
Examine whether manual
charging is possible.

.
Replace the motor unit if there are no
abnormalities. Please contact our
company if there is an abnormality

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Treatment
Type & condition
of Abnormality
4.

Probable Cause

1
Primary Treatment

2
Secondary Treatment

1.

,
ACB

Unusual
temperature rise

The fastening of the


connecting conductor
is loose

Retighten

2.

Cradle

The contact
pressure is reduced

Replace the cradle

3.

ACB

The wear of the


contact is severe
4.
Current flow is large

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Replace the ACB if discoloration of the


conductor or burning of the terminal
molding is noted

Replace the ACB

Decrease the current flow

Treatment
Type & condition
of Abnormality
5.UVT

Probable Cause

,
Check the input voltage
Voltage is not applied
to the input terminals

2. UVT Coil

The UVT coil is


disconnected.

The auxiliary switch


will not operate

2
Secondary Treatment

1.

The UVT will not


draw in

6.

1
Primary Treatment

Examine the power supply circuit if the


voltage is not applied
UVT Coil

UVT Coil

Check the continuity of the


UVT coil

Replace the UVT coil if there is no


continuity

1. Connector

The connector is
disconnected

UVT Coil

Check the contact of the


automatic connection terminal

Replace the auxiliary switch if there are


no abnormalities

2.
(ACB

Please contact OSEMCO

Breakage of the
operating parts of
the auxiliary switch
(ACB main unit)

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