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Magnum DS

ANSI/UL Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers


Product Focus

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Contents 1
July 2003

Introduction
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
One Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Smaller Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Higher Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Drawout Cassettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Enclosure Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Functions and Characteristics


Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Characteristics Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Design and Testing Standards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Nameplate Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installation and Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Circuit Breaker Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Trip Units and Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Fixed Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Drawout Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Phasing on Double-wide Breakers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Accessory Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Breaker Lock OFF Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Application and Installation Information


Ambient Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Bus Bar Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Altitude Rating Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Watts Loss Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Electrical Clearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Maintenance Guidelines

Breaker Specifications

Ordering Information
Factory Configured Breakers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Factory Configured Cassettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Field Option Kits for Cassettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Field Option Kits for Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Miscellaneous Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engineering Data Reference Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Trip Unit Curves. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Connection Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Dimensional Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92

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2 Overview
July 2003

Magnum DS
The New Standard in Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers
Cutler-Hammer Type DS Low A compact and modular family Field installable accessories
Voltage Power Circuit Breakers of breaker frame sizes makes the minimize inventory and permit UL-
have set the industry standard for design of compact, economical approved field installation of cur-
over three decades. When reliabil- and versatile enclosures a reality. rent sensors, rating plugs, trip units
ity and customer service are and accessories.
paramount, Cutler-Hammer is the
market leader for ANSI/UL applica-
tions

There is a new generation of Cutler-


Hammer Power Circuit Breakers
that are smaller with higher per-
formance and more versatility.

Magnum DS
Magnum DS Low Voltage Power
Circuit Breakers are designed for
ultimate application flexibility,
with the needs of both the power
distribution equipment user and
the low voltage electrical equip-
ment manufacturer in mind.

For maximum safety, a modern,


through-the-door design permits
access to the breaker levering sys-
tem, trip unit, controls, and indica-
tors with the door closed.

High withstand and interrupting


ratings provide for maximum selec-
tivity and system coordination to
meet the needs of the high avail-
able fault currents on today’s elec-
trical power distribution systems.

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One Family 3
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Three Frame Sizes in One Family


Magnum DS circuit breakers are
available in a family of three
physical frame sizes.

The MDN narrow frame is the


highest performing power circuit
breaker of its size and rating class.
Continuous current ratings are
available from 800 to 1600
amperes (drawout) and 800 to 2000
amperes (fixed mounted).
Withstand and interrupting ratings
are available from 42 to 65 kA at
600Vac. The MDN compact size
allows for application in compact
enclosures of many types.

The MDS standard frame is ideal-


ly suited for the construction of ver-
tically stacked modular ANSI/UL
Switchgear and Switchboards.
Continuous current ratings are
available from 800 to 3200 amperes
in the same frame with uniform 5
inch pole center spacing.
Withstand ratings are available to
85 kA and interrupting ratings to
100 kA at 600 Vac for improved sys-
tem coordination and service conti-
nuity.

The MDS double-wide frame is


ideal for application as main and
tie breakers in high capacity power
distribution systems. Continuous
current ratings are available in 4000
and 5000 amperes. A 6000 rating is
available when the breaker is
applied in a suitably designed and
tested fan cooled enclosure.
Withstand and interrupting ratings
are available to 100 kA at 600Vac
for maximum system coordination
with down stream devices.

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4 Smaller Size
July 2003

More Circuit Breakers


per
Square Foot of Space

The Magnum DS circuit breaker is


significantly smaller than previ-
ous generation open type metal
frame power circuit breakers. High
strength, thermoset composite
resin materials used in the breaker
frame provide increased strength
for higher capacity ratings. This
leads to the design of smaller and
more economic enclosures
using far less critical floor
space.

The modern, through-the-door


design construction results in
enclosures of shallower depth,
while providing three position dra-
wout levering and storage with the
enclosure door closed.

The modular design of the


Magnum DS standard and double-
wide frames is the key to design
simplification and more compact
Switchgear. Two columns of sin-
gle-wide circuit breakers can be
stacked over or under double-wide
breakers with a common riser bus.

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Higher Performance 5
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Higher Levels of Performance

Magnum DS circuit breakers have MDN MDS MDS


higher levels of performance Narrow Standard Double-wide
than conventional metal frame
Interrupting Interrupting Interrupting
power circuit breakers.
up to up to up to
65 kA 100 kA 100 kA
Higher interrupting capacity
allows Magnum DS to be applied
on power distribution systems with
higher available fault currents.

Higher short time (withstand)


current ratings along with selective
(LS) Digitrip RMS trip units results
in improved selectivity between
main, feeder, and branch circuit
breakers. Short Time Short Time Short Time
up to up to up to
65 kA 85 kA 100 kA

Performance Family Continuous Current (A)


I.C. at 635 (v) 800 1200 1600 2000 2500 3000 3200 4000 5000 6000
Magnum MDN 42 kA ■ ■ ■
Narrow Frame 50 kA ■ ■ ■

800 - 2000 A. 65 kA ■ ■ ■ ■

42 kA ■
Magnum MDS 50 kA ■
Standard Frame 65 kA ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
800 - 3200 A. 85 kA ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
100 kA ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Magnum MDS
85 kA ■ ■
Double-wide Frame 100 kA ■ ■ ■
4000 - 6000 A.

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6 Drawout Cassettes
July 2003

Three Drawout Cassette Options

MDN Narrow Frame Cassette

The MDN narrow frame circuit


breaker is available in a compact
cassette with horizontal primary
stabs and terminals, making it ideal
for single high compact enclosures.
Optional vertical adapter kits are
available for applications where
bus bar termination in the vertical
plane or multiple stacking of break-
ers is preferred.

Front View (with circuit breaker) Rear View

MDS standard and double-wide


frame circuit breakers are avail-
MDS Universal Cassette
able in two types of cassettes; the
universal and basic cassette. Both
have vertical primary terminal
stabs for interface with the breaker.
A uniform 5 inch pole center spac-
ing makes these cassettes ideal for
applications that require stacking of
multiple circuit breakers in a single
enclosure structure.

The Universal Cassette is avail-


able in 3-pole and 4-pole configura-
tions and is supplied with large flat
primary pre-drilled terminal pads.
This offers maximum flexibility for
the enclosure manufacturer by Front View Rear View
allowing for bus bar termination in (with Optional Shutters)
the horizontal or vertical planes or
from the top or bottom direction. MDS Basic Cassette (with Optional Line and Load Stabs)

The Basic Cassette is designed to


accommodate 3-pole applications
where the enclosure manufacturer
prefers primary terminations with
bus bars in the vertical plane.
Optional vertical bus bar stab kits
are available for purchase or the
enclosure manufacturer can choose
to self-fabricate these stabs as part
of their manufacturing system.

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Enclosure Solutions 7
July 2003

Enclosure Solutions
Cutler-Hammer offers a hierarchy Magnum DS Switchgear Assembly (UL1558 Listed)
of enclosure solutions from
breaker and cassette components
to complete UL Listed Switchgear
Assemblies and Switchboards.
Power distribution equipment man-
ufacturers can apply these solu-
tions to add value based on their
individual capabilities to customize
product for their customers.

Pow-R-Line C UL891 Low


Voltage Switchboards use
Magnum DS breakers for commer-
cial and light industrial applica-
tions.

Magnum DS UL1558 Listed


Low Voltage Switchgear sets
the industry standard for complete
and customized switchgear applica-
tions.

Magnum DS Bare Bones


Switchgear provides an assembly
solution that is as complete as
specified by the OEM, but still has
provisions for added value. “Bare
Bones” Switchgear is generally
provided without enclosure wiring Magnum DS Power Module (UL Recognized)
and includes sufficient blank panel
space and room for OEM added
components. The OEM typically
adds the relaying, metering and
other customized components and
completes the wiring and tests the
complete assembly to customize it
to their customer requirements.

Magnum DS Power Modules


provide a “shell” frame assembly,
which allows for substantial modifi-
cation and value added by the
enclosure manufacturer. Power
modules consist of base metal
structures, compartment cells and
vertical bus. Typically the OEM will
self-fabricate the horizontal bus, the
exterior panels, and the compart-
ment doors. The OEM then assem-
bles the individual structures, adds
the relaying, metering, and other
customized components. Finally
the assembly is wired and tested to
customer requirements.

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8 Overview
July 2003

Introduction Magnum DS circuit breakers utilize Intelligence Systems


one of a family of microprocessor- ■ Digitrip microprocessor-based
The Magnum DS Low Voltage Power based Digitrip RMS electronic, rms true rms sensing trip units
Circuit Breaker affords customers sensing and programmable trip ■ Protection and coordination
the opportunity to meet the increas- units to provide system selectivity, ■ Energy monitoring and power
ingly complex requirements of advanced coordination and com- quality
modern distribution systems. It is munications.
■ Communications
designed and tested for use in low
■ Protective relay features
voltage power distribution assem-
■ Integral testing
blies applied at nominal voltages of Functional and Flexible
240, 480, and 600 volts ac. ■ Rigid frame of high strength ■ Hand held test kit

Magnum DS is available in drawout engineered thermoset composite


and fixed circuit breaker mounting resins Special Application Circuit
configurations. High interrupting ■ Compact and lightweight Breakers
ratings up to 100kA without fuses ■ Non-automatic circuit breakers -
■ Rugged, maintainable
and continuous current ratings a non-automatic circuit breaker
construction
from 800 through 6000 amperes does not include a trip unit, sen-
■ Three frame sizes
are covered by three different sors or overcurrent release.
frame sizes. ■ Four position drawout or fixed
■ Contact Cutler-Hammer for other
mounting configurations special applications.
Magnum DS circuit breakers are UL ■ Through-the-door drawout
listed, and are built and tested in an construction
ISO 9000 certified facility. The circuit Functional Techniques
■ Common height, depth and door
breakers meet or exceed all applica- ■ Patented “Heal -Toe” contac-
cutout
ble ANSI, NEMA, UL and CSA stan- structure
dards including: ■ Spring stored energy mechanism
■ Improved contact material
■ Electrical or manual operation
■ ANSI C37.13, C37.16, C37.17 and ■ “C” Loop current path
(field convertible)
C37.50 ■ Braided current path connections
■ Field installable UL Approved
■ NEMA SG3 and UL 1066 accessories ■ Sealed, removable arc chambers

■ Suitable in UL 1558 LV
Switchgear
■ Suitable in UL 891 Switchboards Performance Plus Reliability, Maintenance and Safety
■ Designed and tested to ANSI, ■ Front accessible and dedicated
■ Suitable in UL CSA 22.2.31 LV
Assemblies NEMA, UL and CSA Standards secondary wiring
■ Nine continuous current frame ■ Finger proof secondary contacts

Controls and indicators are func- sizes (800 through 5000A without ■ Drawout rail construction

tionally grouped on the circuit fans) ■ Front mounted, plug-in acces-


breaker’s front cover. The through- ■ 6000 amp rating in fan cooled sories
the-door drawout design permits enclosure ■ Accessory viewing windows
easy and safe access to the front ■ High interrupting ratings ■ Proven operating mechanism
cover controls, as well as the trip ■ High withstand ratings ■ Fewer individual parts
unit and racking device.
■ Rated for 100% continuous ■ Mechanical main contact wear
operation in enclosure indicator
■ 3 cycle closing ■ One piece removable arc chutes
and covers
■ Insulating and isolating arc
chambers
■ Replaceable current path struc-
tures, current sensors and trip
units

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9 Characteristics Table
July 2003

MDN MDS
Narrow Standard
Frame Frame

Magnum DS Characteristics, Dimensions and Weights (continued on next page)


Magnum DS Frame Narrow Frame (MDN) Standard Frame (MDS)
Circuit Breaker Characteristics ① 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 800
1200 1200 1200 – 1600 1600 1600 1600
1600 1600 1600 – – 2000 2000 2000
Continuous Current Rating (Amps at 40°C) – 2000➆ – – 2500 2500 2500
– – 3000 3000 3000
– – 3200 3200 3200

Short Circuit Current (kA rms sym)② 42 50 65 42 50 65 85 100➃


Short Time Withstand Current (kA rms sym) 42 50 65 42 50 65 85 85
Maximum Break Time (msec) 30 30
Maximum Closing Time (msec) 50 50
Circuit Breaker Dimensions (in)➂
Height 16.8 16.8
Depth 14.6 14.6
Fixed
Width (3-pole) 12.5 16.2
Width (4-pole) 16.2 21.2
Height 21 21.0
Depth 18.7 18.7 (Universal Type)
Drawout
Width (3-pole) 13.3 17.74
Width (4-pole) 17 23.0
Circuit Breaker Weight (lb)➂
3-pole 95 128 to 150
Fixed 120 160 to 190
4-pole
3-pole 107 155 to 189
Drawout 4-pole 136 194 to 246
3-pole 61 117 to 123
Cassette 70 123 to 150
4-pole
Non-Auto Switch Characteristics

Short Circuit Current (kA rms sym)② 42 50 65 42 50 65 ➅

Short Time Withstand Current (kA rms sym) 42 50 65 42 50 65 85 ➅


Continuous Current Range (Amps) to 1600 to 2000 to 2000 to 800 to 1600 to 2000 69 –
Close and Latch Current (kA rms peak)⑤ 43 55 69 27 55 55 to 2000 –
Continuous Current Range (Amps) – – – – – 3200 110 –
Close and Latch Current (kA rms peak)⑤ – – – – – 110 3200 –
① Circuit breakers equipped with integral trip units have a making current release set to trip instantaneously when the peak instantaneous cur-
rent exceeds 25 x In (In is established by the breaker’s current sensors and rating plug).
② The short circuit current rating is applicable at 635Vac, 508Vac and 254Vac.
③ The approximate weights and depth dimension shown do not include optional adapters on the primary terminals.
④ Standard frame circuit breakers rated 100kA are equipped with a high instantaneous trip set to the withstand level.
⑤ Close and latch ratings are applicable only to non-automatic switches. Non-automatic switches should be applied with a suitable external
overcurrent device with instantaneous trip to protect above the published close and latch rating.
➅ The maximum available instantaneous interrupting rating for the standard frame non-automatic switch is 85kA.
➆ The 2000A Narrow frame is available as fixed mount only.
⑧ Magnum DS 6000A circuit breaker applied in a suitably designed and tested fan cooled enclosure.

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Characteristics Table 10
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MDS
Double-wide
Frame

(continued from previous page)


Magnum DS Frame Double-wide Frame MDS
Circuit Breaker Characteristics ① 4000 4000
5000 5000
– 6000 ⑧
Continuous Current Rating Amps at 40°C

Short Circuit Current (kA rms sym)② 85 100


Short Time Withstand Current (kA rms sym) 85 100
Maximum Break Time (msec) 40
Maximum Closing Time (msec) 70
Circuit Breaker Dimensions (in)➂
Height 16.8
Depth 14.6
Fixed
Width (3-pole) 34.9
Width (4-pole) 44.1
Height 21.0
Drawout Depth 18.7 (Universal Type)
Width (3-pole) 36.0
Width (4-pole) 45.8
Circuit Breaker Weight (lb)➂
3-pole 237 to 276
Fixed 4-pole 319 to 360
3-pole 303 to 343
Drawout 4-pole 366 to 441
3-pole 199 to 212
Cassette 4-pole 250 to 266
Non-Auto Switch Characteristics

Short Circuit Current (kA rms sym)② 100 100


Short Time Withstand Current (kA rms sym) 100 100
Continuous Current Range (Amps) to 4000 to 4000
Close and Latch Current (kA rms peak)⑤ 138 207
Continuous Current Range (Amps) 5000 & 6000 5000 & 6000
Close and Latch Current (kA rms peak)⑤ 138 207

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Design and Testing Standards 11
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Introduction ■ UL 1066 (Standard For Low ANSI C37.50 testing is demanding


Voltage AC And DC Power Circuit and consists of four test sequences.
Breakers Used In Enclosures) All tests are performed using a
The Magnum DS power circuit
■ NEMA SG3 (This Standard drawout circuit breaker in its mini-
breaker was designed and tested to
Adopts ANSI C37.16 In Its mum size enclosure for each frame
meet the requirements of the ANSI
Entirety) size. The first three tests are similar
market. It is a 100% rated device,
in a number of ways to tests per-
designed to carry 100% of its
In addition, Magnum DS is suitable formed on other types of low volt-
nameplate current rating in an
for use in: age circuit breakers, such as molded
enclosure without derating.
case circuit breakers. It is the
■ UL 1558 LV Switchgear fourth test sequence that differenti-
Magnum DS circuit breakers are UL ates the power circuit breaker from
Listed, and tested to all applicable ■ UL 891 LV Switchboards
other circuit breakers.
NEMA, ANSI, IEEE and UL standards. ■ UL CSA 22.2.31 LV Assemblies
Specifically, the circuit breakers Test Sequence 1
comply with the following: Magnum DS circuit breakers can be This test sequence consists of a
used in forward or reverse feed temperature rise test, an overload
■ ANSI C37.13 (Low Voltage AC applications. calibration, and then a short circuit
Power Circuit Breakers Used In test.
Enclosures) The standards outlined establish
■ ANSI C37.16 (Preferred Ratings, the minimum requirements. There Test Sequence 2
Related Requirements And is nothing prohibiting a circuit This test sequence consists of a
Application Recommendations breaker design from exceeding series of short circuit tests.
For Low Voltage Power Circuit standards by offering additional
Breakers And AC Power Circuit features and/or higher levels of per- Test Sequence 3
Protectors) formance. Magnum DS does this This test sequence is a test of
■ ANSI C37.17 (Trip Devices For AC in a number of areas. endurance.
And General Purpose DC Low
Voltage Power Circuit Breakers) ANSI 37.50 Testing Test Sequence 4
Low voltage power circuit breakers This test sequence is a momentary
■ ANSI C37.50 (Test Procedures
can be applied at or below their rating test. Other types of low volt-
For Low Voltage AC Power
nameplate rating. That nameplate age circuit breakers are not subject-
Circuit Breakers Used In
rating is a result of having success- ed to this type of test and, therefore,
Enclosures)
fully completed a series of rigrous have no full 30 cycle short time rat-
tests. This is the 100% rating. ing.

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12 Nameplate Identification
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Nameplate Identification
Typical Magnum DS Nameplate

Magnum DS low voltage power cir-


cuit breakers must be applied with- A
in their nameplate ratings. B
Nameplates are prominently dis-
played on the front of the circuit
breaker, and provide important
C
information relative to that specific
circuit breaker.

A Magnum DS circuit breaker is D


easily identified by its specific des-
ignation.

Magnum DS Designation Example

MD S C32
Circuit Breaker Interrupting Frame
Type Capacity Size
MDS - Standard and 4 - 42,000 08 - 800 Amps A Low voltage power circuit breaker family name
Double Wide Frames 5 - 50,000 12 - 1200 Amps
6 - 65,000 16 - 1600 Amps B Breaker family designation number
MDN - Narrow Frame 8 - 85,000 20 - 2000 Amps
C - 100,000 25 - 2500 Amps
L - 200,000 ① 30 - 3000 Amps
C Breaker frame size in amperes
X - 200,000 ➁ 32 - 3200 Amps D Interrupting capacity rating
40 - 4000 Amps ➂
50 - 5000 Amps ➃ E Factory Equipped Accessories
60 - 6000 Amps
① Reserved for future breaker with integral current limiters
➁ Reserved for future breaker with fuse-less 200 kA performance
➂ 4N for 4000A AABBCC phasing
➃ 5N for 5000A AABBCC phasing

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Installation and Use 13
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Sized to Simplify ■ Four position drawout and fixed - Closed door circuit breaker lev-
mountings ering
Magnum DS low voltage power cir- - Customer flexibility
- DISCONNECT, TEST and CON-
cuit breakers are designed for sim- ■ Fixed mounting with horizontal NECT with door closed
plified installation and use. or vertical bus bar connections
■ Common height, depth and door
- Accommodate different bus cutout
■ Three physical frame sizes configurations
- Installation ease and economy
through 6000 amperes
■ Through-the-door drawout
- More circuit breakers per ■ Zero clearance mounting with
square foot - Clear access to trip unit, con- drawout cassette
trols and indicators
- Increased ratings in less space - Vertical stacking economy
- Installation economy of
time,material and space

Common Height, Depth and Cutout (3-Pole Illustration)

14.7”
(391mm)

Dotted Line
Represents
CommonCutout
16.4”
(417mm)

12.5”
(318mm)
Narrow 16.3”
800-1600A (414mm)
Standard
800-3200A 34.2”
(894mm)
Double
4000-5000A

Through-The-Door Drawout (Connect Position Shown)

Secondary
Connection Made
Rear of
Compartment

Compartment
Front Door

Circuit
Breaker Primary
Side View Connections
Made

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14 Circuit Breaker Features
July 2003

Summary case and are covered by an insulat- lable accessory items can be identi-
ing front cover. Only the cover fied by name and rating through
needs to be removed to access the viewing windows. An optional
Rigid Frame Housing
mechanism or add accessories. padlockable cover limits access to
Magnum DS circuit breakers use a
the “ON” and “OFF” pushbuttons.
rigid frame housing construction of The overall strength and rigidity of
Complete access to the “ON” push-
engineered thermoset composite the design also contributes to high-
button can be prevented with an
resins. This material is strong and er performance capabilities:
optional prevent close cover.
lightweight having a strength to
weight ratio twice that of steel. In ■ Higher Withstand
■ Higher Interrupting Magnum DS Rigid Frame Construction
addition to high strength structural
properties, this material has excel- The Magnum DS rigid frame hous- ❷ Front Cover ❶ Case
lent dielectric characteristics and ing design allows for precise con-
resists arc tracking. struction, eliminating the need for
adjustments. The significantly
The 3-piece construction provides
reduced frame deflection during
support while isolating and insulat-
operation along with stiff compo-
ing power conductors:
nent mounting results in a longer
❶ A 2-piece case encloses current life operating mechanism.
paths and arc chambers. The
Operating Panel
chambers act to channel arc gases
up and out during interruption. The Magnum DS front cover (next
page) contains a convenient oper-
❷ The operating mechanism and ating panel with clear words and
accessories sit on the front of the symbols indicating functions and
guiding operations. Field instal

Magnum DS Front Accessible Operating Mechanism and Accessories

1 Secondary Wiring Points


2
2 Field Installable Accessories
(3 maximum)

3 Trip Unit 5

4 3
Electric Charging Motor

5 Manual Charge Handle

6 Operations Counter (optional)


6
7 Padlockable Levering Device
Access Door

8 Breaker Position Indicator

4
8
7

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Circuit Breaker Features 15
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Magnum DS Drawout Circuit Breaker Front Cover

1 2

CLOSED (Red)
5
9 (Green)
9
OPEN
(Yellow)
CHARGED
6
(White)
3 DISCHARGED
4
4

8 PUSH ON
14 (Green)

PUSH OFF
7 (Red)

15 10

CONNECT
13 11
12 TEST
DISCONNECT

Red = Connect
Yellow = Test
Green = Disconnect

1 Optional Trip Flag (Pop Out Indicator) 7 Manual “OFF” Button (Push) 12 Color Coded-Breaker
Position Indicator
2 Three Accessory Windows 8 Manual “ON” Button (Push)
13 Nameplate
3 Trip Unit 9 Manual Charge Handle
14 Trip Unit Test Port
4 Rating Plug 10 Optional Operation Counter
15 Trip Unit Cover with Two
5 Contact Status (Open-Close) 11 Padlockable Levering Device Access
Mounting Screws (Mounting
Door for Drawout Breaker
6 Spring Status (Charged-Discharged) Screws will Accept Customer
Supplied Lead Security Meter
Seals

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16 Circuit Breaker Features
July 2003

2-Step Stored Energy on different parts of the same fin- main contact system. The main
Mechanism ger. contact portion can be viewed as
Magnum DS circuit breakers are the “Heel” and the arcing portion
equipped with a 2-step stored ener- A complete movable contact
the “Toe.” Its movement is similar
gy mechanism. The mechanism assembly is merely a combination
to the rocking of a foot forward and
closing springs can be charged of a number of single contact fin-
backward from heel to toe and toe
manually or electrically, providing gers. The exact number of contact
to heel. When the circuit breaker is
the stored energy to CLOSE the fingers required depends upon the
closed, the “Heel” (main contact
breaker. After the breaker is closed, frame size and interrupting rating
portion) is in contact with the sta-
the mechanism closing springs can of the circuit breaker.
tionary contact and carrying cur-
again be charged and the stored The braided connectors (flexible rent. At the same time, the “Toe”
energy mechanism allows the shunts) used to attach each contact (arcing contact portion) is separated
breaker to OPEN – CLOSE – OPEN finger serve several important pur- from the stationary arcing contact.
without performing another charg- poses: A compact “C Loop” current path
ing operation. permits electromagnetic forces, pri-
■ Eliminate bolted joints reducing marily produced as a result of a
Main Contact System hot spots fault current, to supplement the
Single Contact Finger ■ Reduce required mounting space closing contact forces provided by
The performance characteristics of for primary contacts the operating mechanism. This
the Magnum DS air circuit breaker ■ Allow contact finger motion for helps to accomplish two important
are primarily attributed to the con- “Heel - Toe” rocking things:
tact design and its movement. A ■ Operating mechanism does not
single contact finger is the focal Heel-Toe Action have to be as large or heavy
point of the moving contact. This The “Heel-Toe” movement of the
■ Higher short time ratings (with-
single contact performs both the contact fingers is a critical factor in
stand) are achievable
main and arcing contact functions the efficiency of the Magnum DS

Graphic of Single Magnum DS Contact Finger Magnum DS Standard Frame (12 Finger) Contact Assembly

Contact
Finger

Pivot
Point

Moving
Arcing
Contact
Area “Toe”
(Toe) (Arcing Contact)
Moving
MainContact
Dual Conductive Pad
Flexible (Heel)
Connections
“Heel”
(Main Contact)

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July 2003

Integral Arc Runner Contact Wear Indicator contact fingers to a narrow, side-
The integral arc runner serves a A contact wear indicator provided to-side ledge inside the arc cham-
dual purpose: for each primary contact structure ber. When the contacts are in good
permits their condition to be deter- condition, the narrow ledge is cov-
mined. This is accomplished by ered by the back end of the con-
■ Functions as circuit breaker fixed
viewing the contacts while in the tacts and not visible. When the
arcing contact
closed position only. narrow ledge becomes visible with
■ Functions as a critical part of the the primary contacts closed, con-

,,,
yyy
yy
,, ,
y
arc chute The contact wear indicator is the tact replacement is indicated.
relative position of the individual
Magnum DS Arc Running System (Crosssectional View) Integral Arc Runner Viewed from Top of Circuit Breaker

,,,
yyy
,,
yy
,,,
yyy
,,
yy y
,
yy
,,,
y
,
y
Top Arc
Plate

Integral
Integral
Arc Runner

,,
yy ,,
yy
Arc Runner

,,,,
yyyy,
yy,
Current
Flow

,,,,
yyyy
xxxxxxxx
x x
x x
xxxxxxxx

,,,,,
yyyyy
Current
Flow

Contact Wear Indication

Side-to-Side Side-to-Side
Ledge Ledge

Contact Wear
Contact Wear Inspection Area
Inspection Area (Ledge Now Becoming
(Ledge Not Visible Visible Under
Under Contacts) Contacts)

Contact Wear Indicator - Contacts Contact Wear Indicator - Contacts


Closed and in Good Condition Closed and Wear is Indicated

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July 2003

Arc Chambers Arc Chute


Arc chambers, one per pole, are Enclosed within each arc chamber
used to insulate and isolate each is an arc chute which mounts over
pole from one another, from the each set of primary contacts.
rest of the circuit breaker, and from Alternating V-shaped arc chute
operating personnel. plates effectively attract the arc and
interrupt it. Each arc chute has a
baffled cover to assist with the
speed and efficiency of the inter-
ruption.

Partial Top Rear View Breaker (One Arc Chute Removed) Arc Chute (Bottom View)
Baffled Cover

Arc Chamber

Alternating
“V” Shaped
Plates

Top Arc Plate


for
Arcing Contact

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Circuit Breaker Features 19
July 2003

Manual Operation Magnum DS Circuit Breaker Being Manually Charged


On manually operated circuit
breakers, the closing spring is
charged manually. This is accom-
plished through the use of the front
mounted spring-charge handle. It
takes from 5 to 7 downward strokes
on the handle to complete the
charging process.
Standard manually operated circuit
breakers are closed and opened by
hand using the front mounted
Manual “ON” and Manual “OFF”
buttons respectively. Access to
these buttons can be limited by the
use of an optional, padlockable
cover. Complete access to the
“ON” button can be prevented with
an optional prevent close cover.
Spring and primary contact status
indicator windows are located just
above the pushbuttons.
Optional electrically operated
devices are available to automati-
cally close or trip open manually
operated circuit breakers, and are
field installable. Motor Operator Installed

An optional motor operator is used


to charge the closing spring auto-
matically. It can be field installed in
a manually operated circuit breaker.
Manual circuit breakers are pre-
wired for this addition.
Electrical Operation
The closing spring is charged auto-
matically by the optional motor opera-
tor. It can also be manually charged.
Manual “ON” and Manual “OFF” but-
tons are also provided as described
under manual operation.
Through the use of a mechanical anti-
pump feature, an open circuit breaker
only accepts one attempt to reclose
even if the close command continues,
preventing motor operator burnout. Motor Operator

A standard circuit breaker with electri-


cal operation also has optional electri-
cally operated devices available to
automatically close or trip open the
circuit breaker.

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20 Circuit Breaker Features
July 2003

Breaker Secondary Connectors Secondary Terminal Blocks Secondary Wiring Removal Tool
(Black) (White)
Magnum secondary connectors White secondary terminal blocks
provide reliable low impedance can be provided mounted at the top
connections for up to 60 terminal front of the breaker for customer
points of breaker control wiring. use. The 6-point terminal blocks
The secondary connectors are black have hinged IP20 finger-proof cov-
in color and consist of 2 blocks, ers and are designed to terminate
each with 30 terminal points. The various customer wire terminals
terminals receive plug-in type pin including ring type terminals. Up
Mounted Secondary Terminal Blocks
and socket wire terminals. Terminal to 72 terminal block points can be
points have dedicated locations to accommodated for Standard and Open
receive the breaker accessory Double frame breakers. Up to 48 hinged
Closed Hinged
Covers
devices and to facilitate standard- terminal block points can be accom- Covers with
ized automated testing of the con- modated for Narrow Frame break- Testing Holes

trol wiring and accessories during ers.


breaker manufacturing. Labels are
provided on the blocks to assist the Wire kits and terminal block kits are
customer in terminal point identifi- available for use by the panel
cation and use. assembler to custom configure the
black breaker secondary connectors
The dedicated secondary connec- to the white terminal blocks. As an
tors make it easy to add accessories option, factory pre-wired cassettes
(like shunt trips, spring release are available for drawout circuit
devices, etc.) to the breaker at the breakers.
point of use with field option kits.
Wiring removal from breaker sec-
ondary connector is easily accom-
plished using an extraction tool Secondary Terminals and Terminal Wires
(AMP part number 305183).

Top View Secondary ConnectorsCharged

Secondary Connector Labels Labels Legend


OTS Overcurrent Trip Switch
UVR Undervoltage Release
ATR Automatic Trip Relay
(520M and 1150 Trip
Units Only)
INCOM PowerNet
Communications Network
A BUS (Future Use)
A/S Auxiliary Contacts
NEUTRAL Neutral Sensor Input
GF SGND Source Ground Input
ZONE Zone Interlocking
ST Shunt Trip
SR Spring Release
MOTOR Charging Motor
LCS Latch Check Switch

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Trip Units and Communications 21
July 2003

Digitrip RMS All trip unit models, except for Rating Plug Installed in Digitrip 1150
Trip Unit Summary model 220, have red LEDs on the
Magnum circuit breakers can use face of the trip unit to indicate the
any one of a family of microproces- cause for an automatic trip opera-
sor-based, true rms sensing Digitrip tion, for example earth fault, over-
RMS electronic trip units: load or short circuit. They flash red
to make the indication. A battery in
■ Digitrip RMS 220 the trip unit maintains the trip indi-
■ Digitrip RMS 520 cation until the Reset/Battery Test
■ Digitrip RMS 520M button is pushed. The battery is
satisfactory if its LED lights green
■ Digitrip RMS 520MC
when the Battery Check button is
■ Digitrip RMS 1150 pushed.

The trip units themselves are self A clear, tamper-proof, plexiglass


powered; no external power is cover sits on the front of the circuit
required to operate the protective breaker over the trip unit. This
systems. Current signal levels and cover allows the settings to be
the control power are derived from viewed but not changed, except by
integrally mounted torroidal wound authorized personnel. The cover is Rating Plugs
current sensors. The use of tor- held in place by two cover screws.
All Magnum DS circuit breaker trip
roidal wound sensors reduces mag- Security is insured by the insertion
units use a fixed type rating plug.
netizing currents, resulting in of a standard meter seal through
Rating plugs are available in
improved metered value accuracy the holes in both of the cover
ampere ratings of 200 through 6000
over a broad range of sensor rat- retention screws.
amperes. The current rating of the
ings. Magnum Hand Held Tester rating plug must match the current
rating of the integrally mounted
Common Features
current sensors. Therefore, the
All trip units have a green light continuous current rating of the cir-
emitting diode (LED), labeled cuit breaker cannot be changed by
Status, which blinks approximately only changing the rating plug.
once each second to indicate that
the trip unit is operating normally. The rating plug performs a number
This same Status LED will blink at a of functions:
faster rate if the trip unit is in a
pick-up or overload condition. ■ It tells the trip unit what the rat-
ing is of the current sensors. A
Trip units are interchangeable in label on the rating plug clearly
the field, except for Model 520MC states that the rating plug and
and Model 1150. Contact Cutler- current sensors must have the
Hammer for interchangeability same rating.
details. ■ It determines the maximum
instantaneous setting which is a
A functional local test of a major
function of the current sensor
portion of every trip unit’s electron-
rating.
ic circuitry and the circuit breaker’s
mechanical tripping action can be Lifting the rating plug lid will
verified through the trip unit’s test expose a small battery which sup-
receptacle. Every test receptacle is plies power for the trip unit’s cause
supplied with a test receptacle of trip LEDs.
cover. This is accomplished using
a Digitrip Test Kit which provides a If the rating plug is removed from
secondary injection test. A small the trip unit, the circuit breaker will
hand held functional Test Kit can open (trip) if it is carrying current.
also be used to check circuitry and The rating plug should always be
mechanical tripping functions. In secured in position when the circuit
addition, the model 1150 trip unit breaker is in use.
has an integral testing system.

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22 Trip Units and Communications
July 2003

Digitrip 220 ①
The Digitrip 220 Trip Unit is
designed to provide basic overcur-
rent protection with maximum
economy. The Model 220 is avail-
able on Narrow and Standard
Frame Magnum Circuit Breakers up
to 3200 amperes. Product features
include:

■ LI Protection Option
■ Unit Status LED (Green)
Indicator
■ Microprocessor-Based True
RMS Sensing
■ Long Delay Pick-up Setting
fixed at In
■ Long Delay Time Setting fixed
at 10 seconds at 6xIn
■ Long Time (Thermal) Memory
Trip
■ Overtemperature Trip when
temperature exceeds 85°C
■ Instantaneous Pick-up
adjustable from 2x to 10x In and
M1
■ Neutral Protection
■ Test Port with cover to receive
Hand Held Tester
① Note:
The Digitrip 220+ is coming
soon.
The Digitrip 220+ will replace the
Digitrip 220 Trip Unit some time in
late 2003. The Digitrip 220+ Trip
Unit will have the following fea-
tures when it is phased into pro-
duction:

■ The Long Delay Pick-up


Setting will be changed to
adjustable from 0.4 to 1.0 Ir
■ The Long Delay Time Setting
will be changed to adjust-
able from 2 to 24 seconds at 6 x
Ir
■ LED (Red) Trip Indicators will
be added for Long Delay and
Instantaneous Trip Functions
■ Battery Included to Power
Cause of Trip LEDs
■ Reset/Battery Test
Pushbutton
Contact Cutler-Hammer for the
future availability of the Digitrip

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Trip Units and Communications 23
July 2003

Digitrip 520
The Digitrip 520 Trip Unit is a
versatile trip unit with added fea-
tures designed to provide
increased flexibility in overcurrent
protection and coordination. The
Model 520 is available on all
Magnum DS Circuit Breakers.
Product features include:

■ LSI and LSIG Protection


Options with adjustable
Instantaneous Off Setting
■ Unit Status LED (Green)
■ Microprocessor-Based True
RMS Sensing
■ Long Delay Pick-up Setting
adjustable from 0.4 to 1.0 Ir
■ Long Delay Time Setting
adjustable from 2 to 24 seconds
at 6 x Ir
■ Long Time (Thermal) Memory
Trip
■ Overtemperature Trip when
temperature exceeds 85°C
■ Short Delay Pick-up setting
adjustable from 2 to 10 Ir and M1
■ Short Delay Time Setting
adjustable flat response from 0.1
to 0.5 seconds and I2t Response
at 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 seconds
■ Adjustable Instantaneous
Pick-up Settings, Off, 2x to 10x
In and M1
■ Ground Pick-up Setting
adjustable from .25 to 1.0 x In
■ Neutral Protection (Model LSI
Trip Unit)
■ Ground Time Setting
adjustable flat response from 0.1
to 0.5 seconds and I2t Response
at 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 seconds
■ Zone Interlocking of Short
Time and Ground Fault Time
Delay Functions
■ Test Port with Cover to
receive Hand Held Tester
■ LED (Red) Trip Indicators for
Long Delay, Short Delay,
Instantaneous and Ground Fault
Trip Functions
■ Battery Included to Power
LEDs
■ Reset/Battery Test
Pushbutton

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24 Trip Units and Communications
July 2003

Digitrip 520M
The Digitrip 520M Trip Unit
includes all the features of the 520
Trip Unit with the following addi-
tions:

■ LSI,LSIG and LSIA Protection


Options with adjustable
Instantaneous Off Setting
■ 4 Digit LCD Display
■ Step Pushbutton to Scroll
through the LCD Display
Data:
● PH1 Phase 1 (A) Current

● PH2 Phase 2 (B) Current

● PH3 Phase 3 (C) Current

● PH4 Neutral Current

● PH5 Ground Current

● HI Highest Phase Current


● OL Overload Condition
● HELP Trip Unit Error

● Magnitude of Trip Current

■ Optional Earth Alarm/Power


Supply Module:
● Powers the trip unit’s 4
Digit LCD Display through
the breaker secondary con-
tacts with a customer sup-
plied
voltage source:
● 24-48 Vdc

● 110 Vac
● 220 Vac

● Provides a ground fault


alarm contact (when used
with LSIA)
● Provides a ground fault
trip contact (when used with
LSIG)
● Provides a High Load
Alarm contact (when used
with LSI)
● Alarm Contact rating (with
resistive load):
● 0.5 Amp at 220 Vac
Note: If an Ground Alarm/Power
● 1.0 Amp at 110 Vac Supply Module is not provided, the
● 1.0 Amp at 24-48 Vdc 4 Digit LCD Display will power up
■ High Load Indicator LED when the 3 phase currents reach
(RED) (LSI Trip Units) approximately 20% of the sensor
rating or 30% of a single phase
current.

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July 2003

Digitrip 520MC
The Digitrip 520MC Trip Unit
includes all the features of the
520M Trip Unit, but also includes
ampere-based communications
capability. The 520MC Trip Unit has
the following additions:

■ Communications Functions
and Data:
● Transmit LED (Red) indicates
when trip unit is transmitting
INCOM signal
● Device Settable INCOM
Address from 001 to 999 hexa-
decimal
● Bkr Status (Open, Closed,
Tripped)
● PH1 Phase 1 (A) Current
● PH2 Phase 2 (B) Current
● PH3 Phase 3 (C) Current
● PH4 Neutral Current
● PH5 Ground Current
● LDPU Long Delay Pick-up
● SDT Short Delay Trip
● INST Instantaneous Trip
● GNDT Ground Fault Trip
● PLUG Plug Trip
● MCR Making Current
Release
● OTEMP Over Temperature

● HL High Load (LSI only)

■ Earth Alarm/Power Supply


Module is Supplied as
Standard to power trip unit
communications functions
The 520MC is designed for applica-
tions where communication capa-
bility is specified with maximum
economy. The 520MC Trip Unit
communicates current-based infor-
mation, but does not have the volt-
age, power, harmonic or remote
control capability of the Digitrip
1150 Trip Unit. The 520MC
is ideally suited for application on
feeder breakers and can be used in
tandem with mains and tie breakers
that are equipped with the full
capability of the 1150 Trip Unit.

Note: Digitrip 520MC requires


PowerNet Version 3.2 or higher if
PowerNet Software is used.

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July 2003

Ground Alarm/Power Supply Module for Wiring Diagram for 520M Family Models with
520M or 520MC Trip Units Ground Alarm/Power Supply Module

Ground Ground
Fault Trip Fault Alarm

Remote
Control Voltage

A-15
A-11
A-10

A14

ATR COM
ATR Volt.
G-ALM 1

G-ALM 2
Output +
Output -

J4-4

J4-1
J4-3

J4-2
J3-3
J3-2
J3-1
G-Alarm
Ground Alarm / Power Supply Module

K2-3
K2-1

K2-6
Digitrip 520M/MC

1 Contact Rating (resistive load)


AC 0.5A @ 230VAC
AC 1A @ 120VAC
Available Style 2 DC 1A @ 48VDC
Input Voltages Number
120 VAC 7802C83G01 2 Verify input voltage rating before energizing circuit.
230 VAC 7802C83G02
3 When used in conjunction with a T. U. Cat. 5MWLSIG,
24-48 VDC 7802C82G01 5MLSIG, 5CWLSIG or 5CLSIG, will indicate GF trip.

4 When used in conjunction with T.U. Cat. 5MLSIA or


5CLSIA, will indicate GF alarm.

5 When used in conjunction with a Trip UnitCat


Trip Unit having
5MLSI
LSI protection,
will indicate indicate High Load alarm.
will alarm.
high load

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July 2003

Digitrip 1150+
The Digitrip 1150 + is an
enhanced version of the 1150
trip unit that provides comprehen-
sive protection, metering, communi-
cations, relay and remote control
capabilities. For a complete listing
of the Digitrip 1150+ Trip Unit capa-
bilities, refer to its Instruction
Leaflet. The following is a brief
first level summary of the 1150+
product features:

■ LSI,LSIG and LSIA Protection


■ 24 Character Digital LED
Display
■ Unit Status LED (Green)
Indicator
■ Programmable Protective
Settings:
● I2T and I4T Curves

● Moderately Inverse, Very


Inverse and Extremely
Inverse IEEE Curves
● IEC Curves

● Neutral Protection
(Model LSI Trip Unit)
● Instantaneous Off Setting

● Ground Fault Trip or Alarm

● Undervoltage and
Overvoltage Protection (Trip
or Alarm)
● Underfrequency and
Overfrequency Protection
(Trip or Alarm)
● Reverse Power (Trip)

● Voltage Unbalance
Protection (Trip or Alarm)
● Phase Rotation (Alarm)

■ Long Time (Thermal) Memory


Trip
■ Overtemperature Trip when
the temperature exceeds 85°C
■ View Selection Touch Pads kVA Hours
● ● % Total Harmonic
for Local Metering Display:
● Fixed 15 Minute Demand Distortion
● Current (1% Accuracy, Three
for kW, kVAR & kVA ● Kilovoltamperes (kVAR)
Phase, Neutral and Ground
● Sliding 15 Minute ● Programmable Alarm
● Voltage L-L (1% Accuracy)
Demand for kW or kVA Contacts
● Frequency (± 0.05 Hz)
● Power Factor Including ● Breaker Control (Remote
● Power & Energy (2%
Min and Max Open & Close via
Accuracy)
Communications)
● Kilowatts (kW) ● Power Quality Monitoring,
● Operations Counter
● Kilowatt Hours (kWH) Trip and Alarm:
● Kilovoltamperes (kVAR) ● Waveform Capture (Note: continued next page)

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● Test Port with cover to receive Power Relay Module for 1150 Trip Unit Potential Transformer (PT)
Digitrip Hand Held Tester Module
● Power Receptacle for The PT module provides system
Auxiliary Power Module to line voltage information to the
power up trip unit when breaker Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit. It consists of
is in the Disconnect or Remove a 3-phase, 3-wire input and 3-wire
Position output step down transformer with
● Internal Self-Test a wye to wye hookup. A white dis-
● Accessory Bus for additional connecting plug is provided to dis-
programmable contacts connect the PT Module circuit from
the line voltage during dielectric
● Battery Included to Power
testing.
LEDs
● Reset/Battery Test The PT Module primary input volt-
Pushbutton age connection is selected when
the breaker is ordered to accommo-
■ Communications Functions date normal or reverse feed appli-
and Data: cation. PT Module line-side pr
Communications information load-side
and functions are comprehen- voltage connections are made via
sive. Refer to the 1150 Trip Unit hard wire termination to the break-
Instruction Leaflet I.L. ● Alarm Contact Ratings er upper or lower conductors.
70C1036H03 for complete details (resistive load):
and capabilities. The normal convention is that the
● 0.5 Amp at 230 Vac
breaker line side is the upper con-
● 1.0 Amp at 120 Vac
Power Relay Module ductors, with power flowing
● 1.0 Amp at 24-48 Vdc through the breaker from top to
The Power Relay Module is provid-
ed with the 1150 Trip Unit to per- bottom. In reverse feed applica-
form the following features: tions, the bottom conductors are
the line side with power flowing
Power Supply to power the trip through the breaker from bottom to
unit’s 24 Character LED display and top. In this case the trip unit will
communications functions. The indicate REVERSE POWER, but the
power relay module requires an reading can be made an absolute
external customer supplied voltage value by installing a jumper from
source that is wired through the B3 to B7 on the breaker secondary
breaker secondary contacts. The contacts.
source voltage is selected at order PT Module with Dielectric Disconnect Plug
entry and includes the following
voltage options with ± 10% toler-
ance and 10VA burden.
● 24-48 Vdc
● 120 Vac
● 240 Vac

Programmable Relay Contacts


via the Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit trip
and alarm programming menus:

● Contact A: Alarming and


Tripping Relay for use with the
trip unit protective functions.
● Contact B: Block close relay
prohibits the remote closing of
the circuit breaker
● Contact C: This latch relay
will hold status upon loss of aux-
iliary power

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July 2003

Power Relay Module Connection to 1150 Trip Unit

L L

SR

110

220

230 VAC
110 VAC

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July 2003

Accessory Bus Programming


The accessory bus feature on the The Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit can be
Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit permits the programmed to drive the Digital
application of additional discrete Relay Module relay contacts for
programmable relay contacts by any combination of the following:
the use of one or more Digital
Relay Modules. The accessory bus ■ Auxiliary Switch
is brought out from the trip unit to ■ Bell Alarm
secondary terminals A17 and A18 ■ Long Delay Trip
for external connections to the ■ Short Delay Trip
Digital Relay Modules via twisted ■ Instantaneous Trip
pair communications cable.
■ Ground Fault Trip
Digital Relay Module ■ Ground Fault Alarm
The Digital Relay Module is mount- ■ High Load Alarm
ed by DIN Rail, separate from the ■ Deadman
circuit breaker. Up to 4 Digital
■ Watchdog
Relay Modules (addresses 001 to
004) can be applied per circuit
breaker. Each Digital Relay Module
has has relays with form C contacts
rated at 10 amps maximum at 250
Vdc. A control voltage source of
120 Vac ±20% or 38-125 Vdc is
required to power each unit.

INCOM Network with Remote Master Computer BIM II

Typical IBM
Compatible
Computer

Breaker
Interface
Monitor
(BIM )ΙΙ

2 See View A

Twisted Pair.
3 No. 18 AWG.

Cut-off Shield or connect to


unused customer
Typical Magnum terminal -- Do not Ground.
Circuit Breaker 1
with Digitrip Trip Unit 1

Baud Rate
1200 or 9600

(Y) 3 Digit
INCOM
001 002 Address
(BL)

View A

NOTICE

100 OHM 1/2W terminating


resistor required on network
1 Refer to Master Circuit Breaker Connection Diagrams in Appendix C. even if network is unused
2 Modular telephone connector, Type RJ11, supplied by user.

3 Ground shielding at computer BIM ΙΙas shown. Where devices


are daisy-chained, interconnect shielding, but do not ground the connection.

100 ohm ½ watt carbon resistor required at last breaker. See T.D. 17-513.

See Appendix D-11 for programming INCOM function.

AEM isΙΙ ΙΙcompatible with Digitrip 1150 with AEM firmware version 7.1and the
Digitrip 1150 set in the DT 910 COMM mode. (See page D-11)

Breaker Interface Module (BIM )ΙΙVersion 3.12 is compatible with Digitrip 1150
Cat # 1****.
1 ΙΙ
BIM version 3.13 or greater is compatible with Digitrip 1150
1P and Cat # 11****.
Cat # 1****

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Digital Relay Accessory Module

110

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MODBUS TRANSLATOR Wiring

110

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Trip Unit Summary Table


TRIP UNIT TYPE DIGITRIP 220 ➂ DIGITRIP 520 DIGITRIP 520M DIGITRIP 520MC DIGITRIP 1150 ➃
Ampere Range (16) 200A-3200A 200A-6000A 200A-6000A 200A-6000A 200A-6000A
Interrupting Rating at 480V 42 through 100kA 42 through 100kA 42 through 100kA 42 through 100kA 42 through 100kA
rms Sensing Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PROTECTION AND COORDINATION
Protection Ordering Options LI LSI, LSIG LSI, LSIG, LSIA LSI, LSIG, LSIA LSI, LSIG, LSIA
Fixed Rate Plug (In) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Overtemperature Trip Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Long Long Delay Pickup 1.0 x (In) Fixed 0.4-1.0 x (In) 0.4-1.0 x (In) 0.4-1.0 x (In) 0.4-1.0 x (In)
Delay Long Delay Time I2t at 6 x Ir 10 seconds 2-24 Seconds 2-24 Seconds 2-24 Seconds 2-24 Seconds
Protection Long Delay Time I4t No No No No 1-5 Seconds
(L) Long Delay Thermal Memory Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
High Load Alarm No No No No 0.5 - 1.0 x (Ir)
Short Short Delay Pickup No 200-1000% x (Ir) and M1 200-1000% x (Ir) and M1 200-1000% x (Ir) and M1 200-1000% x (Ir) and M1
Delay Short Delay Time I2t at 8 x Ir No 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms
Protection Short Delay Time Flat No 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms
(S) Short Delay Time ZSI No Yes Yes Yes Yes

Instantaneous Instantaneous Pickup 200-1000% x (In) 200-1000% x (In) and M1 200-1000% x (In) and M1 200-1000% x (In) and M1 200-1000% x (In) and M1
Protection Making Current Release Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
(I) Off Position No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ground Ground Fault Alarm No No Yes Yes Yes
Fault Ground Fault Pickup No 25-100% x (In)① 25-100% x (In)① 25-100% x (In)① 24-100% x (In)①
Protection Ground Fault Delay I2t at .625 x ln No 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms
(G) Ground Fault Delay Flat No 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms 100-500 ms
Ground Fault ZSI No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ground Fault Thermal Memory No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Neutral Protection (N) Yes Model LSI Only Model LSI Only Model LSI Only Model LSI Only
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Cause of Trip LEDs No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Magnitude of Trip Information No No No Yes Yes
Remote Signal Contacts No No Yes Yes Yes
Programmable Contacts No No No No Yes
SYSTEM MONITORING
Digital Display No No 4 Char. LCD 4 Char. LCD 24 Char. LED
Current (%) Full Scale Sensor No No Yes Yes Yes +/- 1%
Voltage (%) L to L No No No No Yes
Power and Energy (%) No No No No Yes
Apparent Power kVA and Demand No No No No Yes
Reactive Power kVAR No No No No Yes
Power Factor No No No No Yes
Crest Factor No No No No Yes
Power Quality - Harmonics No No No No Yes
% THD No No No No Yes
SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS
Type No No No INCOM/PowerNet INCOM/PowerNet/TripLink

Power Supply N/A N/A Optional PRM in Breaker PRM in Breaker PRM in Breaker
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Trip Log (3 Events) No No No No Yes
Electronic Operations Counter No No No No Yes
Testing Method¨➁ Test Set Test Set Test Set Test Set Integral and Test Set
Waveform Capture No No No No Yes

In = Rating Plug and Sensor Rating


Ir = Long Delay Pickup Setting
① Not to exceed 1200 amperes
➁ Test set for secondary injection
➂ Model 220+ will be available in the second half of 2003. Long Delay Pickup will be adjustable 0.4-1.0 x (In), Long Delay time will be adjustable 2-24 seconds. Cause of Trip Indicators with Battery Back-up
will be added. Contact Cutler-Hammer for availability.
➃ Model 1150+ will be available in the second half of 2003. Over and Undervoltage Alarm or Trip, Over and Underfrequency Alarm or Trip, Voltage Unbalance Alarm or Trip, Reverse Power Trip, and Phase
Rotation Alarm will be added. Contact Cutler-Hammer for availability.

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34 Trip Units and Communications
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Current Sensor Rating Plugs and Matching Sensors Mechanical Trip Flag Pop-Out
Toroidally wound current sensors Ratings (Amperes) Indicator
are installed at the rear of the cir- 200 800 2500 The mechanical trip flag pop-out
cuit breaker on the lower horizontal 250 1000 3000 indicator is an overcurrent indica-
terminals. They are available in 300 1200 3200 tion feature that can be supplied as
ampere ratings of 200 through 6000 400 1250 4000 an option on Magnum DS Circuit
amperes, and must match the cur- 600 1600 5000 Breakers with integral trip units.
rent rating of the installed rating 630 2000 6000 This device is located just above
plug. the trip unit on the breaker’s front
Note: Refer to Tables 3.4, 3.5 and 3.6 in the faceplate. In the event the trip unit
The sensors produce an output cur- section entitled Circuit Breaker Catalog trips the breaker on an overcurrent
rent proportional to the load cur- Number for the availability of sensor and rat-
condition, the red trip flag releases
rent. Under preselected conditions ing plug ratings for specific circuit breaker
frame sizes. and pops out to give local visual
of current magnitude and time, the indication. This trip indication is in
sensors furnish the trip unit with a addition to any LED trip indication
signal and the energy required to provided by the trip unit.
open (trip) the circuit breaker.

The current rating of the installed


sensors can be easily viewed from The red flag can be reset by manu-
the rear of the circuit breaker Neutral Sensor (unmounted) ally pushing it back in. The circuit
through small viewing windows. breaker can be re-closed, even if
The viewing windows are part of the flag is not reset. An optional
the sensor cover plate which is Overcurrent Trip Switch (OTS) is
removed to change the sensors. available in the event that an elec-
trical lock-out is required on an
Neutral current sensors are available overcurrent trip condition.
for customer installation. The addi-
tional sensor is not supplied with the
circuit breaker and must be ordered Making Current Release
separately. They are wired to the trip The Making Current Release (MCR)
unit through the secondary contacts is a standard safety feature provid-
on the circuit breaker. ed on all Magnum DS Circuit
Breakers that are equipped with
integral trip units. The MCR pro-
vides an instantaneous trip when
closing on a fault current which
exceeds a specified magnitude.
The MCR is non-adjustable, preset

Current Sensor Cover in Place Over Sensors Current Sensor Cover and One Sensor Removed

Current
Sensor
Cover

Sensor
Rating

Sensor Rating
Viewing
Window
Toroidal
Wiring Current
Plug Sensor

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to trip the breaker when the peak Digitrip RMS 1150 Programmable Trip Unit Installed
instantaneous current exceeds 25 x
In (In is established by the breaker’s
current sensors and rating plug).
Trip Flag
The MCR is enabled for only the
Pop-Out
first two cycles following the circuit Indicator
breaker closing operation. When
the MCR trips the breaker, the red
trip flag of the mechanical indicator
Auxiliary
will pop out and the red Power
Instantaneous LED of the trip unit Module
will flash if the breaker is so Port
equipped.
Rating
Bell Alarm/Overcurrent Trip Plug
Switch (OTS)
The Bell Alarm/Overcurrent Trip
Switch (OTS) is an overcurrent indi- In = 800A
cation feature that can be supplied
as an option on Magnum DS Circuit
Breakers with integral trip units.
The OTS is physically mounted on
the Mechanical Trip Flag Pop-out
Indicator. The OTS Switch includes
2 Form C contacts that are wired to
Test
the breaker secondary terminals as Receptacle
shown in the Magnum DS breaker (with
connection diagram. These con- Cover)
tacts are available for external
wiring to provide remote trip indi-
cation or for electrical lock-out of a
circuit breaker as required.

In the event the trip unit trips the


breaker on an overcurrent condi- the trip unit trips the breaker to be closed into repeated overload
tion, the red flag of the Mechanical instantaneously. This allows the conditions, the breaker will trip in
Trip Flag Pop-ot Indicator releases breaker to be applied on a power successively shorter times to allow
and pops out and the OTS contacts distribution system with a 100kA for the cooling of the load circuit.
change state. The OTS Switch can available fault current while main- When the overload condition
be reset by manually pushing in taining selectivity up to 85kA. returns to normal, the LTM function
the red trip flag. When the trip flag begins to slowly reset and will fully
is reset, the OTS Switch contacts Long Time Memory (LTM) reset back to the normal Long
return to their normal state. Long Time Memory (Thermal Delay Time setting after about 10
Memory) is a standard feature on minutes, provided that another
High Instantaneous Trip
Magnum DS Circuit Breakers sup- overload is not experienced.
Magnum DS Circuit Breakers that plied with integral trip units. The
are rated 100kA and manufactured thermal memory function provides In some applications, for example
in the Standard Frame with 800 to overtemperature protection on load fire pumps, electric welders or dur-
3200 ampere continuous current circuits against the effects of ing primary injection current test-
ratings (MDSC08 to MDSC32) are repeated overload conditions. If a ing, it may be desirable to defeat
equipped with a high instantaneous breaker is closed soon after an the LTM. This can be accomplished
trip. This instantaneous trip sys- overload trip and the current again at the trip unitby moving a jumper
tem consists of small air core sen- exceeds the Long Delay Setting, located inside the cavity behind the
sors (one per phase) which pro- the LTM reduces the time to trip to test port cover located at the front
duce a signal and transmit it back allow for the fact that the load cir- of the trip unit to the Inactive posi-
to the trip unit. When the fault cur- cuit temperature is higher than nor- tion. The LTM can be reactivated
rent approaches the 85kA with- mal due to the previous overload by returning the jumper to the
stand rating of the circuit breaker, condition. If the breaker continues Active position.

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Over-Temperature Trip default wiring configurations pro- Multiple Source/Multiple


Magnum DS Circuit Breakers vided. It is also the most common Ground
equipped with integral trip units mode of ground fault sensing used Multiple Source/Multiple Ground
have an over-temperature trip func- in 3-pole and 4-pole breaker appli- sensing schemes are also possible
tion provided as a standard feature. cations. One current sensor per on systems with multiple sensors.
The over-temperature trip is pole on each phase conductor is
designed to trip the breaker when Zone Interlocking
provided internal to the circuit
the internal temperature of the trip Zone Selective Interlocking is a
breaker. When 3-pole breakers are standard feature provided on
unit exceeds 85°C. This is the
approximate manufacturer’s pub- applied on 3 phase, 4 wire systems, Magnum DS Circuit Breakers that
lished maximum temperature rat- an external sensor matched to the are supplied with Digitrip 520 or
ing for the trip unit electronic com- breaker sensor ratio is mounted on higher trip units. The trip unit
ponents. An 85°C temperature the Switchgear neutral bus and Short Time and Ground Fault Time
inside the trip unit indicates that wired to the breaker secondary Delay Zone Interlock function is
there are much higher tempera- contacts to connect all sensors in wired out to breaker secondary ter-
tures and potentially significant the residual circuit. minals B8 and B9 for customer use.
heating problems elsewhere in the
circuit breaker enclosure. Source Ground Sensing The zone interlock function pro-
vides for hard-wired selective cir-
Source ground sensing is common- cuit breaker coordination in the
When the over-temperature func- ly found on 3 pole breakers applied
tion trips the breaker, the red trip power distribution system. When
as a main breaker on single-ended employed, breaker secondary ter-
flag of the mechanical indicator will radial or on double-ended systems
pop-out and the red Long Time minals B8 and B9 are connected to
where a mid-point grounding elec- establish zones of downstream and
Delay LED of the trip unit will flash trode is employed.
is the breaker is so equipped. upstream breakers using 3 wires:
To configure a breaker for source Zin, Zout, and a common wire to
Ground Fault Provisions and ground sensing, a shorting jumper establish the zone.
Protective Schemes is applied to breaker secondary
As a standard feature, Magnum NOTE: For detailed wiring dia-
contacts B6 and B7 to defeat the grams that describe zone selec-
DS Circuit Breakers are internally residual sensing mode. An exter- tive interlocking schemes and
wired with provisions for ground nal current sensor is mounted wiring connections, refer to
fault protection. However, ground directly on the bonding conductor the trip unit instruction leaflet.
fault protection is provided only if to ground to measure the ground
the breaker is equipped with a trip current flowing in the grounding In the event that a fault current on
unit with optional LSIG protection. electrode conductor and all other the system exceeds the trip unit
grounding conductors. The sensor Short Time or Ground Fault pick-up
Ground fault protection can be eas-
is then wired to the breaker sec- settings or the Short Delay Setting
ily added to breakers not originally
ondary contacts B4 and B5. 2xIr is exceeded, the breaker near-
equipped with a ground fault trip
est to the fault trips instantaneous-
unit. For example, an LSI trip unit NOTE: The secondary current ly. At the same time the trip unit
can simply be changed out with a rating of the sensors must be sends a logic signal to the connect-
like model trip unit that has LSIG 1 ampere. ed upstream trip unit to restrain it
protection. Modifications to the cir- from tripping immediately and fol-
cuit breaker internal wiring are gen- Zero Sequence Sensing
low its protective delay settings.
erally not required as long as the Zero sequence sensing is applied Coordination is maintained, the
trip unit changeout is with a like on main and feeder breakers, and breaker closest to the fault trips
model trip unit. other breakers employed in zone first and power is only selectively
To provide for maximum applica- interlocking ground protection disrupted.
tion flexibility, breaker ground fault schemes.
NOTE: If zone interlocking is
provisions are wired out to the To configure a breaker for zero not employed, it may be
breaker secondary terminals for sequence sensing, a shorting defeated by installing a short-
external use. The secondary termi- jumper is applied to breaker sec- ing jumper across breaker sec-
nals can be easily configured to ondary contacts B6 and B7 to ondary terminals B8 and B9.
accommodate the most common defeat the residual sensing mode.
ground fault schemes, including: Zero sequence sensors with 1000:1 Installing a jumper in this manner
and 100:1 ratios are available for defeats the zone interlock function
NOTE: For detailed wiring dia- and tells the trip unit to follow its
grams that describe all ground mounting in the switchgear cable
compartment. The sensor internal set Short Time and Ground Fault
fault sensing options and Time protective delays. If breaker
wiring connections, refer to window dimensions are 4.5 x 13.5
inches (114 x 342 mm) for accom- secondary terminals B8 and B9 are
the Trip Unit Instruction left as open circuit, the trip unit
Leaflet. modating power cables. The zero
Short Time and Ground Fault Time
sequence sensors are wired to
Delay functions will trip instanta-
Residual Sensing breaker secondary contacts B4 and
neously if the system fault current
Residual sensing is the standard or B5.
exceeds the pick up setting.

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37 Fixed Circuit Breakers
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Fixed Mounted Circuit Breakers Catalog Number MWK40 wire bun- tion terminal kit can be used.
Magnum DS fixed mounted circuit dle kits with 30 wires 40 inches Catalog Number MSECBK white
breakers are commonly applied in long can be purchased for this pur- terminal block kits can be pur-
Cutler-Hammer Pow-R-Line C pose. The wire bundles can also chased and assembled to the
UL891 certified switchboards and be self-fabricated by the enclosure mounting bracket. Catalog
other specialty power distribution manufacturer, provided the proper Number MSECWR wire kits can be
enclosures and switchboards man- AMP terminal and crimping tool purchased to connect the white ter-
ufactured by OEMs. are used. minal block to the black AMP con-
nector block points.
The fixed circuit breaker construc- If the benefit of front accessible
tion is simple and economic dedicated terminal blocks at the top Mounting Feet
because there are no drawout sys- front of the breaker is desired, the Metal mounting feet are provided
tem components. The breaker terminal block mounting bracket as a standard feature for use in
bolts directly to the enclosure main included in the secondary connec- securely bolting the breaker to the
bus, which allows for efficient cur- enclosure.
rent transfer under loaded condi- Closeup of Fixed Circuit Breaker’s Connection Possibilities
tions. This improves thermal man-
agement and provides for the
design of compact enclosures with
shallow depth.

Full visual and physical access to


Standard Optional
the circuit breaker trip unit, con- Horizontal Vertical
trols, and indicators is available Connection Adapter
through the compartment front
panel. A door frame and
escutcheon kit is available as an
option to provide a finished trim to
the front panel cutout. Extensive
accessorization capability of the
breaker is retained, including trip
units, internal accessories, lock-off
devices, and mechanical interlocks.

Primary Terminations
Horizontal pre-drilled terminal pads
are provided as a standard feature
for use in terminating the breaker
Fixed Circuit Breaker (front view)
to the enclosure bus. Optional ver-
tical adapters can be factory
installed or are available as field
option kits to provide the capability
to terminate the enclosure bus in
the vertical plane. Field option kits
are also available for front connect-
ed applications.

Secondary Connections
Two black 30-pin AMP connector
blocks are located at the top front
of the breaker to receive up to 60
points of external secondary
wiring. A secondary connection
terminal kit is included with each
fixed breaker to provide for several
wiring options.

The most economic solution is to Mounting


terminate external wiring directly to Foot
the black AMP connector blocks.

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Drawout Circuit Breakers 38
July 2003

Drawout Circuit Breakers The primary disconnecting con- and Double frame breakers have
Magnum DS drawout circuit break- tacts are mounted on the rear of vertical primary disconnects, while
ers are commonly applied in Cutler- the breaker so that they can be eas- Narrow frame breakers have hori-
Hammer Magnum DS UL1558 certi- ily inspected or replaced. Standard zontal primary disconnects.
fied switchgear and other specialty
power distribution enclosures,
switchgear and switchboards man- Circuit Breaker Being Levered
ufactured by OEMs.

The Magnum DS drawout circuit


breaker construction is a through-
the-door design. Full visual and
physical access to the trip unit and CONNECT
all breaker controls and indicators TEST
is available through the compart- DISCONNECT
ment front panel. For maximum
safety, circuit breaker levering can
be performed with the compart-
ment door closed. When the circuit
breaker is in the OPEN position, a
padlockable access door can be
raised to receive the levering
device. No special device is
required. Levering can be accom-
plished with a common 3/8 inch
size square drive and rachet. When
inserted, the levering device holds
the levering access door open. As
long as the access door is raised
open, the breaker is held in the
“trip-free” condition. The breaker
can be levered to three positions in
the cell compartment. Color coded
position indicators are provided on
the breaker front panel to provide
positive indication of each position:

Green = DISCONNECT
Yellow = TEST
Red = CONNECT.

Secondary Disconnect Rear View Standard Frame Breaker Rear View Narrow Frame Breaker
Contacts
The breaker secondary disconnect-
ing contacts engage or disconnect
with the cassette secondary con-
tacts as the breaker is levered into
or out of the TEST position.

Primary Disconnecting
Contacts
The primary disconnecting contacts
(finger clusters) engage or discon-
nect with the cell compartment bus
stabs as the breaker is levered into
or out of the CONNECT position.
Vertical Horizontal
Primary Primary
Disconnect Disconnect

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39 Drawout Circuit Breakers
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Drawout Cassette supports must be provided. The Narrow Frame Breaker and Cassette

A drawout circuit breaker is used in design of these supports depends


combination with a fixed drawout upon the bus bar configuration and
cassette. The cassette provides for short circuit rating and is the
all the required fixed drawout fea- responsibility of the assembly
tures as well as fixed primary and builder.
secondary connections. Mounting
The cassette's drawout extension
locations for cell (TOC) switches,
rails can be padlocked to prevent a
primary safety shutters and various
circuit breaker from being inserted
key interlocks are part of the cas-
during maintenance periods. In
sette design.
addition, the cassette includes all
Cutler-Hammer offers several dra- required safety interlocks which
wout cassette options. The nar- function with the circuit breaker's
row frame circuit breaker interlock system to insure safe
mates only with the Narrow operation.
cassette which has built in hori-
An arc hood is positioned above
zontal stabs and primary terminals.
where the circuit breaker's arc
Optional bolt-on 90 degree
chutes will be allowing for zero
adapters are available to rotate the
clearance mounting when vertically
primary terminals on the rear of the
stacked in an assembly. Mounting
cassette to a vertical orientation;
holes are provided at the rear and Universal Cassette With Flat Pads
these can be used on either the
in the floor of the cassette for
line, load or both primary connec-
secure mounting in an assembly.
tions.

Standard frame circuit break-


ers also offer two optional dra-
wout cassettes. Both use vertical
stabs internal to the cassette. The
Universal cassette offers a flat
terminal pad on the rear of the cas-
sette which will accept customer
bus bar connections in various bent
configurations; optional T-bar
adapters are available which can be
rotated to give either vertical or
horizontal terminals. The Basic
cassette has a molded back plane
with vertical aperturers that can be
used when the bus bar connections
will remain vertical. The OEM can
simply continue bus bar through
the openings in the back plane to
form stabs for the circuit breaker. Basic Cassette Without Optional Stabs
Note that these stabs must be sil-
ver-plated. Optionally, Cutler-
Hammer will supply short straight
pieces which are pre-plated, and
will bolt into the back plane to
accept bolted bus bar connections.

It should be noted that short circuit


currents create very large EM
forces on the bus bars which must
be adequately supported by the
assembly builder. Outline draw-
ings for each cassette give mini-
mum distances from the rear of the

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Phasing on Double-Wide Frame Magnum DS Double-Wide Frame Breaker with AABBCC Phasing (front and rear views)
Breakers
Magnum DS circuit breakers man-
ufactured in the double-wide frame
have two available phasing config-
urations which must be confirmed
when the breaker is ordered.

The phasing convention is deter-


mined facing the front of the break-
er from left to right. For 4-pole
applications, the neutral is located
on the left and is rated 100% of the
breaker continuous current rating.
The following phasing configura-
tions are available:

3-Pole AABBCC
4-Pole NNAABBCC

3-Pole ABCABC
4-Pole NNABCABC

The type of phasing selected


depends on how the circuit breaker
will be applied in the enclosure and
the type of Cutler-Hammer power
distribution enclosure that it will be
applied in.

AABBCC or NNAABBCC
Phasing
AABBCC phasing is the convention
commonly used in Cutler-Hammer
Pow-R-Line C Switchboards using
Magnum DS Circuit Breakers.

The AABBCC convention is recom-


mended for most OEMs manufac-
turing their own power distribution
enclosures. It is ideal for applica-
tions where the breaker is mounted
single high (one breaker in a struc-
ture).
ble-wide breaker in the same struc- value add to customize the power
ABCABC or NNABCABC ture. modules into their own switchgear
Phasing design.
Cutler-Hammer offers Magnum DS
ABCABC phasing is the convention Switchgear power modules with The ABCABC convention is more
commonly used in Cutler-Hammer ABCABC phasing for use by OEMs. difficult for OEMs who manufacture
Magnum DS UL1558 Switchgear. Power Modules provide the OEM their own power distribution enclo-
Double-wide breakers with this with a “shell” frame assembly, sures to apply. Switchgear bus
type of phasing are designed to which allows for substantial modifi- design and testing as well as place-
accommodate 2 sets of vertical ris- cation. Power Modules consist of ment and balance of the feeder
ers in the same structure. This pro- base metal structures, compart- breaker loads are very important to
vides for significant space savings ment cells and vertical bus. assure that phase currents divide
because two or more standard Typically the OEM will provide the evenly through the double-wide
frame feeder breakers can be breaker.
mounted above or below the dou

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Accessory Devices 41
July 2003

Accessory Devices Accessory Viewing Windows


A variety of accessory devices are
available for use with Magnum DS
circuit breakers. Unless otherwise
stated, they are all considered
optional devices in the sense that
they are not provided as standard
on a manually operated circuit
breaker. Available accessories are
identified here and discussed in
general terms. For more detailed
information and/or installation
instructions, refer to individual
instruction leaflets dedicated to the
accessories. Figure 1 Through-the-Window Electrical Accessories
Magnum DS circuit breaker acces-
sories are designed to fit all frame
sizes. The accessories fall into one
of three categories: A second shunt trip (with the same
or different control voltage) can be
• Plug-in electrical
mounted in the same space as the
• Internal electrical
Undervoltage Release (UVR).
• Mechanical
When a second shunt trip is used,
Plug-In Electrical Accessories one of the auxiliary switch stages
There are four Magnum DS Plug-In must be used to provide the trip
electrical accessories. Three can be coil cut off contact.
viewed for identification by name
and rating through viewing win-
dows located in the right front of
the circuit breaker(Figure 1). All
four are plug-in type and can be
factory installed or field installed
using a UL listed kit.

The four Plug-In accessories are:

• Shunt Trip (ST)


• Spring Release (SR)
• Undervoltage Release (UVR)
• Auxiliary Switch
Figure 2 Shunt Trip with Cutoff Figure 3 Shunt Trip Switch Installed
Shunt Trip (ST) - The ST (Shunt Switch
Trip Device, Figures 2 and 3) is an
Table 1 Shunt Trip Ratings
optional accessory device that is
mounted internal to the circuit Operational ① Opening
breaker. The ST acts to electrically Control Voltage Range Inrush Power Time
open the circuit breaker when its Voltages 70-110% Consumption (ms)
trip coil is energized by a rated trip
24 Vdc 17-26 Vdc 250 W 35
voltage signal (Table 1) that is
applied through the breaker sec- 48 Vdc 34-53 Vdc 250 W 35
ondary contacts, typically by a con- 110-125 Vdc 77-138 Vdc 450 W 35
trol switch or other similar device.
The ST has a dedicated auxiliary 220-250 Vdc 154-275 Vdc 450 W 35
switch with contacts that change 110-127 Vac 77-140 Vac 450 VA 35
state as the breaker opens, cutting 208-240 Vac 146-264 Vac 450 VA 35
off trip voltage signal to the trip
coil. ① Required for less than 35 ms

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Spring Release (SR) - The SR Latch Check Switch (LCS) - The • Latch Check Switch Wired
(Spring Release Device, Figure 4) is LCS (Latch Check Switch) is an For External Use - The LCS can
an optional accessory device that is optional accessory switch mounted also be wired to the breaker sec-
mounted internal to the circuit internal to the circuit breaker that ondary contacts. One Form C
breaker. The SR acts to electrically changes state when the breaker is contact is provided for remote
close the circuit breaker when its ready to close (the closing springs indication that the breaker is
close coil is energized by a rated are fully charged and trip latch is in ready to close for use in breaker
close voltage signal (Table 2) the reset position). The LCS is very external customer control wiring.
applied through the breaker sec- useful in fast transfer and automat-
ondary contacts, typically by a con- ic transfer applications when it is Undervoltage Release - The
trol switch or other similar device. important that the breaker undervoltage release is an optional
responds to close on a single close device on both manually and elec-
The breaker must be ready to close voltage signal of rated magnitude. trically operated circuit breakers
for the SR to close the circuit break- The LCS is available in two ver- (Figure 5). It opens the circuit
er. The breaker stored energy sions: breaker when its supply voltage
springs must be fully charged and falls to between 35-60% of rated
the trip latch must be in the reset • Latch Check Switch Wired To
voltage. If the release is not ener-
(not the trip) position. If the close Spring Release - The LCS can
gized to 85% of its supply voltage,
voltage signal is applied before be wired directly to the Spring
the circuit breaker cannot
these two conditions are met, the Release Device to provide a con-
be closed electrically or manually
SR will not close the circuit breaker. tact closure when the breaker is
(Table 3).
The close voltage signal must be ready to close. This delays the
removed and then reapplied at a voltage signal to the Spring
time when the breaker is ready to Release until the breaker is ready
close. to close.

Figure 4 Spring Release with Figure 5 Undervoltage Release Figure 6 Shunt Trip, Spring Release
Optional Latch Switch and Undervoltage Release Installed

Table 2 Spring Release Ratings


Operational ① Closing
Control Voltage Range Inrush Power Time
Voltages 70-110% Consumption (ms)
24 Vdc 17-26 Vdc 250 W 40
48 Vdc 34-53 Vdc 250 W 40
110-125 Vdc 77-138 Vdc 450 W 40
220-250 Vdc 154-275 Vdc 450 W 40
110-127 Vac 77-140 Vac 450 VA 40
208-240 Vac 146-264 Vac 450 VA 40
① Required for less than 200 ms

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Table 3 Undervoltage Release Internal Electrical Accessories


Operational Dropout ①➁ Opening Other electrical accessories are
Control Voltage Range Volts Inrush/Continuous Time mounted inside the circuit breaker.
Voltages 85-110% 30-60% Power Consumption (ms) They can be factory or site
installed. There are two different
24 Vdc ① 20-26 Vdc 7-14 Vdc 250 W/18 W 70 internally mounted accessories:
32 Vdc ① 27-35 Vdc 10-19 Vdc 275 W/15 W 70
48 Vdc ① 41-53 Vdc • Overcurrent Trip Switch (Bell
14-29 Vdc 275 W/18 W 70
Alarm)
110-125 Vdc ① 94-138 Vdc 33-75 Vdc 450 W/10 W 70 • Motor Operator
220-250 Vdc ① 187-275 Vdc 66-150 Vdc 450 W/10 W 70
Overcurrent Trip Switch (Bell
110-127 Vac ➁ 94-140 Vac 33-76 Vac 450 VA/10 VA 70 Alarm) - An overcurrent trip switch
208-240 Vac ➁ 177-264 Vac 62-144 Vac 400 VA/10 VA 70 (bell alarm) is an optional device
(Figure 8). It provides an electrical
380-415 Vac ➁ 323-457 Vac 114-249 Vac 480 VA/10 VA 70
indication when a circuit
480 Vac ➁ 408-528 Vac 144-288 Vac 400 VA/10 VA 70 breaker trips as a result of the trip
600 Vac ➁ 510-660 Vac 180-360 Vac 400 VA/10 VA 70 unit reacting to an overcurrent con-
dition. Opening as a result of a cir-
① Required for 200 ms cuit breaker’s manual open button,
➁ Required for 400 ms shunt trip or undervoltage release
does not cause the overcurrent trip
switch to operate. The overcurrent
Auxiliary Switch - An auxiliary
trip switch has (2a 2b) Form C con-
switch is an optional accessory
tacts (Table 4).
device that is mounted internal to
the circuit breaker. Each auxiliary
The status of the contacts change
switch stage (Figure 7) has 2a (nor-
when the trip indicator pops out.
mally open) and 2b (normally
This permits the switch to be used
closed) contacts wired to the break-
as an alarm or in conjunction with a
er secondary contacts for customer
spring release to block a subse-
use in remote indication or external
quent remote electrical closing sig-
electrical schemes. (See Table 4
nal.
for auxiliary switch contact ratings.)
The contacts change state as the Figure 7 Auxiliary Switch (2A/2B)
breaker opens and closes.

A maximum of 3 switch stages of Table 4 Auxiliary Switch,


2a/2b contacts can be mounted in Overcurrent Trip Switch and
Magnum Standard and Double Cell Switch Contact Ratings
Frame Circuit Breakers for a total of Control Contact Rating
6a and 6b available contacts. If Voltages Inductive Load
more than two switch stages are
(amperes)
required on the Narrow Frame
Breaker, refer the application to 250 Vac 10
Cutler-Hammer. Due to the 48 125 Vdc 0.5
point secondary terminal block lim- 250 Vdc 0.25
itation on the Narrow Frame Mechanical
Breaker, only 2 stages of 2a/2b con- Trip
tacts can be mounted if the full Indicator
compliment of breaker internal
accessories are employed. Figure 8 Mechanical Trip Indicator
However, if the breaker is not fully with Associated Overcurrent Trip
accessorized, the Narrow Frame Switch
Breaker can accommodate 3 auxil-
iary switch stages of 2a/2b con-
tacts.

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Motor Operator - A Motor opera-


tor is an electric motor assembly
internally mounted in the circuit
breaker (Figures 9 and 10). It
charges the closing springs electri-
cally for remote or local operation.
The motor operator can be factory
or site installed (Table 5).

To convert a manually operated cir-


cuit breaker to an electrically oper-
ated circuit breaker, a UL listed
motor operator kit is available.

Figure 9 Motor Operator Kit Figure 10 Motor Operator Installed


in Narrow Frame Circuit Breaker

Table 5 Motor Operator


Control ① Operational Running Typical Power Maximum
Voltage Range Current Inrush Consumption Charging Time
Voltages 85-110 % (A. avg.) Current (watts or VA) (seconds)

24 Vdc 20-26 12.0 300% of Running 300 5


48 Vdc 41-53 5.0 500% of Running 250 5
110-125 Vdc 94-138 2.0 600% of Running 250 5
220-250 Vdc 187-225 1.0 600% of Running 250 5
110-127 Vac 94-140 2.0 600% of Running 250 5
208-240 Vac 177-264 1.0 600% of Running 250 5
① AC voltages are 50/60Hz

Spring Charged Indication -


Spring charged indication is avail-
able on Magnum DS circuit break-
ers that are equipped with motor
operators. The motor operator cir-
cuit includes a motor cut-off switch
that changes state at the end of the
closing spring charging cycle. The
cut-off contact is wired to breaker
secondary contact terminal points
B14 and B15 for remote indication
and customer use in external
breaker control schemes.

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Mechanical Accessories Cassette Cell Switch - The cas-


sette cell switch (Figures 14 and
There are six optional mechanical 15) is also known as the cell posi-
type accessories: tion switch or the TOC (Truck
Operated Cell) switch. The cell
• Operations Counter switch is an optional accessory that
• Cassette Safety Shutters is provided in kit form for installa-
• Cassette Cell Switch tion by the panel assembler. Up to
• Door Escutcheon 3 cell switch stages, each with 4 Figure 15 Cell Switch (Drawout
• IP54 Cover Form C contacts can be mounted Position Indicator) Unmounted
• Mechanical Interlock on the right hand side of the cas-
sette. (See Table 4 for cell switch
Operations Counter - The opera- contact ratings.) One stage can be Door Escutcheon - The door
tions counter is a mechanical mounted on each of the DISCON- escutcheon is a molded frame used
device used to provide a record of NECT, TEST, or CONNECT mount- to seal the space between the cir-
the number of circuit operations. It ing locations on the cassette. The cuit breaker and the compartment
is mounted in the lower right por- switch contacts change state when door cutout. It is supplied with a
tion of the circuit breaker and can the breaker is levered into the DIS- mounting gasket (Figure16).
be viewed through the front cover CONNECT, TEST, or CONNECT
(Figure 11). positions. Wires are provided for
each set of Form C contacts for ter-
mination to the breaker secondary
Operations terminal blocks (white) or other
Counter customer supplied terminal blocks
in the breaker cell compartment.
The contacts are generally used for
remote indication or for customer
use in external breaker control
schemes.

Figure 16 Door Escutcheon and


Figure 11 Operations Counter Gasket
Cassette Safety Shutters -
Automatically operated insulating
IP54 Cover - A hinged dome
type safety shutters are available
shaped waterproof cover attaches
for use with the drawout cassette.
to the metal compartment door to
When the drawout circuit breaker is
provide waterproof protection for
levered from the CONNECT posi-
the circuit breaker (Figure 17).
tion, the shutters automatically Figure 14 Cell Switches Mounted
close to cover the fixed primary on Cassette
contacts (Figure 12). When the cir-

Figure 12 Safety Shutters in Closed Figure 13 Safety Shutters in Open


Position Position Figure 17 IP54 Cover

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Mechanical Interlock - A family


of mechanical interlocks are avail-
able to interlock the closing of two
or three Magnum circuit breakers.
The mechanical interlock holds one
or more circuit breakers tripped
(prevents closure) when others are
closed. A lever assembly is mount-
ed on each breaker which inter-
faces with the pole shaft and the
tripper bar. The lever assemblies
are interconnected with either
cables or rods, depending upon the
relative orientation of the breakers.
Rods can be used only when the
circuit breakers to be interlocked
are vertically stacked. Cables can
be used for any orientation of the
breakers. Mechanical interlocks are
available for both fixed and dra-
wout circuit breakers and in both 2-
way and 3-way versions. An illus-
tration of a 2-way cable interlock
mounted on two drawout circuit
breakers is shown in Figure 18. In
addition, refer to Table 6 for the
possible mechanical interlock con-
figurations.
Figure 18 Cassette-Mounted 2-Way
Cable Interlock

Table 6 Mechanical Interlock Configurations


Type of Number of Breakers Possible
Interlock Interlocked Description of Interlocks Interlock Logic
Type 2 Across 2 Breakers One Normal Power Supply (A) AB
One Emergency Power Supply (B) 00
10
01
Type 31 Across 3 Breakers Two Normal Power Supplies (A & C) ABC
One Emergency Power Supply (B) 000
Circuit Breakers A and C can be closed if B is 100
open. B can only be closed if A and C are open. 010
001
101
Type 32 Across 3 Breakers Two Power Supplies (A & C) ABC
One Bus Tie Breaker (B) 000
One or two breakers out of 3 can be closed at the 100
same time. 010
001
110
011
101
Type 33 Across 3 Breakers Three Power Supplies (A, B & C) ABC
Normal or Emergency, only one of which can be 000
closed at a time. 100
010

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Breaker Lock OFF Devices 47
July 2003

Breaker Lock OFF Devices padlockable pushbutton cover will


Magnum DS Circuit Breakers receive a padlock with up to a 0.312
are equipped with a variety of inches (8 mm) diameter.
lock off devices for both the
Circuit Breaker and the Drawout
Cassette to maximize safety during
equipment operation and mainte-
nance.
“OFF”
Padlockable Levering Device
Key Lock
Access Door - The levering
Device access door includes pad-
lock provisions as a standard fea- Figure 3 Cover Mounted Key Lock
ture on all drawout circuit breakers.
It is designed to receive a padlock
up to 0.312 inches (8 mm) in diam- must specify if the lock is to be
eter. When the access door is pad- located on the left or right-hand
locked shut, the breaker levering side of the cassette. When
tool cannot be inserted, preventing installed, the device holds the
Figure 2 ON-OFF Pushbutton breaker trip-free when the breaker
the breaker from being levered to Lockable Cover Plate
another position (Figure 1). is levered to the CONNECTED posi-
tion. This prevents the breaker
Breaker OFF Key Lock from being closed and circuit ener-
Provisions - The breaker OFF key gized.
lock is an optional accessory that
allows the breaker to be locked in Single or multiple cylinder Kirk,
the OFF position with the key Castell or Ronis locks can be
removed, preventing the breaker accommodated. The device can be
from being closed. It is primarily used with commonly applied break-
intended for use on fixed mounted er interlocking schemes such as
circuit breakers, but can also be Main-Tie-Main configurations, etc.
applied on drawout breakers
(Figure 3).

When selected as a factory config-


ured option, the breaker includes a
pre-drilled hole covered with a
Figure 1 Closeup of Padlockable plastic cap on the breaker front
Levering Device Access Door cover. A lock provisions hardware
kit is shipped with the breaker to
Access Door - The padlockable
facilitate installation of a single
pushbutton cover is an optional
Kirk, Castell or Ronis cylinder lock.
factory configured or field option
The cylinder lock is generally pro-
kit accessory that mounts on the
vided and assembled to the breaker
breaker faceplate. It is available
at the point of use by the enclosure
with either molded plastic or metal
manufacturer or customer. For
frames with clear plastic hinged Figure 4 Cassette Mounted Key
existing breakers, a breaker key
blocking plates (Figure 2). When Lock
lock provisions field option kit is
they are closed and padlocked, the
also available. To facilitate installa-
blocking plates prevent access to
tion, a drill point mark is located on
the breaker PUSH OFF and PUSH Cassette Shutter Lock
the inside of the breaker front
ON mechanical pushbuttons. This Provisions - As a standard fea-
cover to identify the drilling loca-
device can also be configured with ture, the narrow frame cassette
tion for the key lock installation.
an additional plate to block only the shutter system includes provisions
PUSH ON pushbutton. A small Cassette Lock Provisions - The to padlock the shutter in the
hole is pre-drilled in the blocking cassette lock provisions field option CLOSED position when the breaker is
plates to provide emergency access kit is an accessory that mounts on withdrawn. The shutter lock provi-
with a special tool as required per the side of a circuit breaker cas- sions will receive a padlock with up
the National Electric Code. The sette (Figure 4). The customer to a 0.312 inches (8 mm) diameter.

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Ambient Temperature Circuit Breaker Continuous Current at Different Ambients


This table gives derating factors for Continuous Current Ambient Temperature (°C)
circuit breakers operating in switch- Current By Breaker
boards at various internal ambient Type (Amperes)
temperatures. The switchboard’s 40 45 50 55 60 70
internal ambient should be estimat- MDN-408, 508, 608
800
800 800 800 800 800
ed using an industry accepted cal- MDS-408, 508, 608, 808, C08
culation method. MDN-412, 512, 612 1200 1200 1200 1200 ???? ????
MDN-416, 516, 616 1600 1600 1600 1600 ???? ????
MDS-516, 616, 816, C16 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600
MDS-620, 820, C20 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
MDS-625, 825, C25 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500
MDS-630, 830, C30 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
MDS-632, 832, C32 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200
MDS-84N, C4N, 840, C40 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
MDS-85N, C5N, 850, C50 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000
MDS-C6N, C60 ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

Bus Bar Recommendations Bus Bar Sizes and Quantities


The bus bar sizes shown in the Maximum Service Circuit Breaker Recommended
table are those specified by ANSI Current, Amperes Frame (MDN- & Bus Bar Quantities
and/or used by Cutler-Hammer in (40°C Ambient) MDS-) and Sizes
their circuit breaker type testing.
They are for 3 meter long bus bar (in) (mm)
with the faces vertical and painted 800 08 (1) .25 x 3.0 (2) 5 x 50
1000 10 (2) .25 x 2.0 (2) 5 x 60
flat black. For other bus bar config-
1200 12 (2) .25 x 3.0 (2) 5 x 80
urations, larger bus bar sizes may
1600 16 (2) .25 x 3.0 (2) 5 x 100
be required or the circuit breaker 2000 20 (3) .25 x 3.0 (3) 5 x 100
may have to be derated. Refer to 2500 25 (4) .25 x 3.0 (4) 5 x 100
the table in this section entitled 3200 32 (3) .25 x 6 (3) 10 x 100
“Circuit Breaker Continuous Current 4000 40 (4) .25 x 6 (4) 10 x 100
Ratings at Different Ambients” for 5000 50 (5) .25 x 6 (5) 10 x 100
derating information at higher 6000 63 (6) .25 x 6 (6) 10 x 100
ambient temperatures. Refer to the
two graphic examples below.

(T) (3in)

)
(W )
5in
(.2

Example 1 Example 2
T = Thickness of Bus Bar Illustration of 2 .25 inch by 3 inch Bus
W = Width of Bus Bar Bars stacked to carry 1600 amperes

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Application and Installation Information 49
July 2003

Altitude Rating Factors Watts Loss Data


Magnum DS circuit breakers can be Refer to the table for Magnum DS
applied at their full voltage and cur- resistance and watts loss data to be
rent ratings up to a maximum alti- used in temperature rise calcula-
tude of 2000 meters above sea tions.
level. When installed at higher alti-
tudes, the ratings are subject to cor-
rection factors. Short circuit cur-
rent is not affected as long as the
voltage is rated in accordance with
the table.

Altitude Rating Factors Magnum DS Resistance and Watts Loss Data


Altitude Voltage Current Circuit DC Resistance DC Resistance AC Watts Loss ① AC Watts Loss ①
(Meters) Correction Correction Breaker (µΩ/pole) (µΩ/pole) (Total 3 Poles) (Total 3 Poles)
Frame Fixed Drawout Fixed Drawout
2000 1.000 1.000
0.998 MDN-408 24 60 60 150
2150 0.989
MDN-412 24 60 95 240
2300 0.976 0.995 MDN-416 24 60 150 370
2450 0.963 0.993
MDN-508 24 42 60 110
2600 0.950 0.990 MDN-512 24 42 150 260
2750 0.933 0.987 MDN-516 24 42 240 420
2900 0.917 0.983 MDN-608 18 36 45 90
3050 0.900 0.980 MDN-612 18 36 110 220
3200 0.883 0.977 MDN-616 18 36 180 360
3350 0.867 0.973 MDS-408 24 60 60 150
3500 0.850 0.970 MDS-508 ??? ??? ??? ???
MDS-608 15 33 40 85
3650 0.833 0.967
MDS-808 12 24 35 70
3800 0.817 0.963 MDS-C08 12 24 30 60
3950 0.800 0.960
5000 0.700 0.940 MDS-516 ?? ?? ?? ??
MDS-616 15 33 150 330
MDS-816 12 24 120 240
MDS-C16 12 24 120 240

MDS-620 12 24 190 330


MDS-820 12 24 190 380
MDS-C20 12 24 190 380
MDS-625 8 20 200 500
MDS-825 8 20 200 500
MDS-C25 8 20 200 500
MDS-630 ? ?? ??? ???
MDS-830 ? ?? ??? ???
MDS-C30 ? ?? ??? ???
MDS-632 8 20 320 800
MDS-832 8 20 320 800
MDS-C32 8 20 320 800
MDS-84N ? ?? ??? ???
MDS-840 6 12 380 750
MDS-C4N ? ?? ?? ??
MDS-C40 6 12 380 750
MDS-85N ? ?? ??? ???
MDS-850 4 10 400 1000
MDS-C5N ? ?? ?? ??
MDS-C50 4 10 400 1000
MDS-C6N ? ? ? ?
MDS-C60 ? ? ? ?

① Estimate based on RAC/RDC = 1.30, total loss at fully rated current.

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Recommended Electrical Electrical Clearance Dimensions (in)


Clearances
Breaker Enclosure To Insulated To Grounded With Cell Switch
The following electrical clearance Mounting Dimension Surface Metal Surface or Key Lock
information is provided as guid-
ance when installing drawout or Drawout A 0 0 0
fixed circuit breakers in an enclo- B 1.0 1.0 1.0/2.9
sure. Refer to the graphic repre-
sentations and the associated Fixed A 5.9 9.8 -
dimensional table. B 1.2 2.8 -

Recommended Enclosure Electrical Clearances

4.0

A A Cell
Switch
(optional)

B
Key Lock
(optional)

Do Not Block Vent


Openings in
Drawout Cassette

Recommended Enclosure Size Minimum Enclosure Size and Ventilation


and Ventilation Top or Rear
W Vent Open Area
A graphic of a typical enclosure
V
and an associated table of dimen-
sions are provided as guidance for
circuit breaker enclosure design
with respect to the enclosure size
and the required amount of ventila-
tion space.
H

Recommended Enclosure/Ventilation Dimensions


W Width Cassette Width + 3.0 in
H Height 21.7 in
D Depth 17.7 in (Front Compartment) D
V
V Ventilation 25 in2
(800-3200A)
Rear or Bottom
50 in2 (4000-6000A) Vent Open Area

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Maintenance Guidelines 51
July 2003

■ Suggested Tools installed. Loose dust and dirt compartment onto the compart-
■ Maintenance Overview should be removed from external ments extension rails. When the
■ General Cleaning surfaces using an industrial quality inspection is complete, the circuit
vacuum cleaner and/or lint free breaker can be levered to the TEST
■ When to Inspect
cloth. Unless otherwise indicated, position to check any electrical
■ What to Inspect never use high pressure blowing operations of the circuit breaker.
air, since dirt or foreign objects can During movement of the circuit
Suggested Tools be driven into areas, such as the breaker out of and back into its
A large number of different tools operating mechanism. Never use a compartment, be alert for any signs
are not required to maintain wire brush to clean any part of the indicating improper operation.
Magnum DS circuit breakers. The circuit breaker.
During the inspection of fixed type
following tools are suggested: When to inspect circuit breakers, bus systems sup-
■ Flat blade screw driver Do not wait for specific scheduled plying the circuit breakers should
periods to visually inspect the be de-energized for convenience
■ Phillips head screw driver
equipment, if there are earlier and safety.
■ 3/8” socket (rachet) wrench
opportunities. For this type of
■ 6” socket extension with 3/8” Once the circuit breaker has been
equipment, it is recommended that
square drive cleaned, visually inspect it for any
a general inspection and lubrica-
■ 10mm socket
signs of damage, missing or loose
tion take place after the number of
parts and unusual wear. On dra-
■ 17mm socket operations listed in the “Inspection
wout circuit breakers, inspect the
■ Secondary wiring removal tool Frequency” table. This type of
primary disconnect finger clusters
general inspection should also take
for signs of wear and erosion.
place at the end of the first six
Maintenance Overview Make appropriate corrections for
months of service, even if the num-
Design tests and actual installation anything found out of order.
ber of operations indicated in the
experience shows the Magnum DS table has not been reached. The trip unit can also be functionally
low voltage circuit breaker to have tested during this general inspec-
durability well beyond minimum After the first inspection, inspect at
tion.
standards requirements. However, least once a year. If these recom-
because of the variability of appli- mended inspections show no main- Arc Chute
cation conditions, inspection and tenance requirements, the period When the circuit breaker experi-
maintenance activities should take can be extended to a more eco- ences a high level fault or during
place on a regularly scheduled nomical point. Conversely, if the regularly scheduled maintenance
basis. recommended inspection shows, periods, arc chambers and their
for instance, a heavy accumulation enclosed arc chutes should be
These circuit breakers are designed of dirt or other foreign matter that inspected for any kind of damage
to be relatively maintenance free. might cause mechanical, electrical or dirt. Be especially alert for signs
The maintenance consists mainly or insulation damage, the inspec- of erosion of the V-shaped plates
of keeping them clean. Cleaning tion and maintenance interval inside the arc chutes.
and preventive measures are part should be decreased.
of any good maintenance program. Primary Contacts
Plant operating and local condi- What To Inspect Since the arc chutes are removed,
tions can vary to such an extent What to inspect and to what extent this is an ideal time to inspect pri-
that the actual schedule should be is dictated by the nature of the mary contacts for wear using the
tailored to the conditions. maintenance function. Routine circuit breaker’s contact wear indica-
Maintenance record sheets should inspections require one type of tors. Visually inspect each primary
be completed each time mainte- observation. Inspections following contact structure for signs of wear
nance is performed. Careful and a known high level fault require and/or damage. This inspection is
accurate documentation of mainte- more detailed inspections. When conducted with the circuit breaker
nance activities provides a valuable inspections are complete, be cer- closed. Look straight down into the
historical reference on equipment tain that any parts removed during arc chamber when observing the
condition over time. the inspection process are properly closed contacts. If the contacts
put back in place. show unacceptable wear as indicat-
General Cleaning ed by the contact wear indicator dis-
Circuit breaker cleaning should be cussed earlier in this document, the
part of an overall maintenance pro- contacts should be replaced.
General Circuit Breaker
gram that includes the assembly in
A drawout type circuit breaker
which the circuit breaker is
should first be withdrawn from its

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July 2003

Power Circuit Breakers [24V/dc] [48Vdc] [110/125Vdc] offer 60 front mounted dedicated
All protective devices shall be low [220/250Vdc] motor operators, secondary wiring points, each wiring
①[OPEN/CLOSE pushbuttons] [con-
voltage ①[drawout ] [fixed] type point having finger safe contacts to
power circuit breakers. The breaker trol switch] plus a red and green IP20 and shall allow no more than
shall be available in two physical indicating flag to indicate breaker two wires per terminal.
frame sizes covering current ratings contact position. ①[DC source shall
be supplied from a remote battery The Torroidal Current Sensors, for
from 800-5000 amperes. They shall
system] [AC source shall be taken use with the trip units, shall be
have a common height and depth
from a (remote source) (control mounted at the rear of the circuit
across the range. All breakers shall
power transformer internal to the breaker and shall have a back cover
be suitable for application in their
trol switch] plus a red and green window that will permit viewing the
intended enclosures for 100% of
indicating flag to indicate breaker current sensor rating on the back of
their continuous ampere rating
assuming an enclosure. contact position. ①[DC source shall the breaker. A front of breaker
be supplied from a remote battery mounted trip unit will have a Rating
All breakers shall be equipped with system] [AC source shall be taken Plug which will offer indication of
a true, two step stored energy from a (remote source) (control the actual sensor rating on the front
mechanism providing a maximum power transformer internal to the of the Trip Unit.
5 cycle closing. All the energy for switchgear assembly)]. The charg- On Drawout type Circuit Breakers,
closing the breaker shall be stored ing time of the motor shall not the Racking-in device shall be
and held in readiness pending a exceed 10 seconds. mounted integral to the breaker.
release to close action. Manually
The symmetrical interrupting This mechanism will be located on
operated breakers shall be convert-
capacity and short time current the front of the breaker. A breaker
ible to electrical operation by field
ratings respectively at 240, 480 position indicator shall be located
fitting of an internally mounted
motor operator. Both manual and and 600VAC shall be: ①[42/42kA] on the faceplate of the breaker. This
[65/65kA] [85/85kA] indicator shall offer clear color indi-
electrically operated breakers shall
[100/85kA][100/100kA]. cation of the breaker position in the
have multiple charge/close provi-
cassette. These positions shall be
sions providing the following possi-
To facilitate lifting, the Power Circuit ‘Connected’ (Red), ‘Test’ (Yellow)
ble sequence: charge-close-
Breaker shall have integral handles and ‘Disconnected’ (Green). The
recharge-open-close-open. As a
on the side of the unit, and shall racking-in door shall be interlocked
safety feature, provisions shall be
have optional lifting brackets avail- so that when the breaker is in the
available to manually discharge the
able for hoisting. closed position, the breaker racking-
stored energy without closing the
in door shall not open. As a safety
breaker. Anti-pump provisions shall The Primary contacts of the unit
feature the breaker spring mecha-
be provided as standard. shall have an easily accessible
nism shall discharge as the breaker
Contact Wear Indicator to indicate
The breaker shall be manually is withrawn from the ‘Connected’ to
main contact erosion.
operated unless electrical operation the ‘Disconnected’ position.
is indicated on the drawings. The The Power Circuit Breaker shall
On Drawout type Circuit Breakers,
circuit breaker control face plate have a trip flag pop-out indicator to
the finger clusters shall withdraw
shall include color coded visual confirm an overcurrent trip signal.
with the breaker for safe and easy
indicators to indicate contact OPEN The trip flag shall not be interlocked
installation.
(green) and CLOSED (red) positions to the breaker reset to facilitate
as well as mechanism CHARGED remote reset of the breaker. All Power Circuit Breakers shall be
(yellow) and DISCHARGED (white) designed, manufactured and test-
positions. Manual control pushbut- The Power Circuit Breaker shall have
ed in accordance with ANSI
tons on the breaker face shall be three windows in the front cover to
C37.13, C37.16, C37.17, C37.50, UL
provided for opening and closing offer clear indication of closing or
1066 and NEMA SG-3 Standards.
the circuit breaker. opening electrical accessories that
To verify this, the circuit breaker
are mounted in the breaker. Each
shall carry a UL label.
The Power Circuit Breaker shall accessory will have a label to indi-
have a “positive on” feature. The cate its function and voltage. The Circuit breakers shall be Cutler-
contact position flag will read accessories shall be plug and lock Hammer Magnum type or
“CLOSED” if the contacts have type to allow easy field installation. approved equal.
been welded. They shall be modular in design and
shall be common to all frame sizes
Electrically operated circuit break-
and ratings.
ers shall be complete with
①[110/120Vac] [208/240Vac] Each Power Circuit Breaker shall

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Trip Units (Digitrip) vidually adjustable time/current representation of the Time/Current


Note to Specification Writer curve shaping solid-state elements: curve of the trip unit that will indi-
Digitrip RMS Trip Units are avail- cate the protection function set-
a. All breakers shall have adjust- tings. The unit shall be continuous-
able as follows: ments for long delay pick-up and ly self-checking and provide a visu-
■ Digitrip 220 - Basic Protection - time. al indication that the internal cir-
(select Paragraph 1 through 5)
b. ①[Main] [Tie] [and Feeders] shall cuitry is being monitored and is
■ Digitrip 520 - Basic Protection have a fixed instantaneous pick-up. fully operational.
with an optional local current indi-
(4) The trip unit shall be provided (D) Complete system selective co-
cation only, optional LCD display
with a making-current release cir- ordination shall be provided by the
(select Paragragh A through H)
cuit. The circuit shall be armed for addition of the following individual-
■ Digitrip 1150 - Advanced approximately one cycle after ly adjustable Time/Current curve
Protection - with metering, LED dis- breaker closing and shall operate shaping solid state elements :
play and remote communication for all fault levels above 15 times a. All breakers shall have adjust-
facility (select Paragraph I through the ampere RMS value of the cur- ments for long delay pick-up and
to BB) rent sensor. time.
Basic Trip Unit (5) Trip unit shall have selectable b. ①[Main Incoming] [Bus Coupler]
(1) Each power circuit breaker shall thermal memory for enhanced cir- [Feeders] shall have individual
be equipped with a solid-state trip- cuit protection. adjustments for short delay pick-up
ping system consisting of three (3) 2

(A) Each power circuit breaker shall and time, and include I t settings.
current sensors, microprocessor-
based trip device low energy trip be equipped with a solid-state trip- c. ①[Main Incoming] [Bus Coupler]
actuator. Current sensors shall pro- ping system consisting of three (3) [Feeders] shall have an adjustable
vide operation and signal function. current sensors, microprocessor- instantaneous pick-up.
The trip unit shall use microproces- based trip device and low energy
sor-based technology to provide trip actuator. Current sensors shall d. When indicated on the drawing
the basic adjustable time-current provide operation and signal func- circuit breakers shall have individu-
protection functions. True RMS tion. The trip unit shall use micro- ally adjustable earth fault current
sensing circuit protection shall be processor-based technology to pro- pick-up and time and include I2t
achieved by analysing the sec- vide the basic adjustable time-cur- settings or ground fault alarm only.
ondary current signals received rent protection functions. True RMS
sensing circuit protection shall be (E) The Trip Unit shall be provided
from the circuit breaker current with a making-current release cir-
sensors and initiating a trip signal achieved by analysing the secondary
current signals received from the cir- cuit.
to the circuit breaker trip actuator
when predetermined trip levels and cuit breaker current sensors and ini- The circuit shall be armed for
time delay settings are reached. tiating a trip signal to the circuit approximately eight cycles after
Interchangeable Current sensors breaker trip actuator when predeter- breaker closing and shall operate
(with associated rating plugs) shall mined trip levels and time delay set- for all fault levels above 15 times-
establish the continuous trip rating tings are reached. Interchangeable the ampere value of the current
of each circuit breaker. The trip unit Current Sensors with its associated sensor.
shall be Cutler-Hammer type DIG- Rating Plug shall establish the con-
ITRIP. tinuous trip rating of each circuit (F) Trip Units shall have selectable
breaker. The trip unit shall be Cutler- thermal memory for enhanced cir-
(2) The trip unit shall be provided Hammer type DIGITRIP. cuit protection.
with a display panel, including a
representation of the Time/Current (B) The trip unit shall have an infor- (G) There shall be an optional dis-
curve of the trip unit, that will indi- mation system that provides LED’s play. This display will show phase,
cate the protection function set- to indicate mode of trip following neutral and ground sensors and
tings. The unit shall be continuous- an automatic trip operation. The high phase current. The accuracy of
ly self-checking and provide a visu- indication of the mode of trip shall these readings shall be ± 2% of full
al indication that the internal cir- be retained after an automatic trip. scale.
cuitry is being monitored and is A reset button shall be provided to
(H) The Trip Unit shall provide
fully operational. turn off the flashing LED indication
zone interlocking for the short time
after an automatic trip.
(3) Complete system selective delay and ground fault delay trip
coordination shall be provided by (C) The Trip Unit shall be provided functions for improved system co-
the addition of the following indi- with a display panel, including a ordination. The zone interlocking

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system shall restrain the tripping of addition of the following individual- the trip unit shall maintain the
the upstream breaker and allow the ly adjustable Time/Current curve cause of trip history and the mode
breaker closest to the fault to trip shaping solid state elements : of trip LED indication as long as its
with no intentional time delay. In internal power supply is available.
the event that the downstream a. All breakers shall have adjust-
Internal relays are programmable
breaker does not trip, the upstream ments for long delay pick-up and
to provide contacts for remote indi-
breaker shall trip after the preset time.
cation.
time delay. b. ①[Main Incoming] [Bus Coupler]
(R) Metering display accuracy of
Advanced Trip Unit [Feeders] shall have individual
the complete system including cur-
(I) Each power circuit breaker shall adjustments for short delay pick-up
rent sensors, auxiliary CTs and the
be equipped with a solid-state trip- and time, and include I2t settings.
trip unit shall be ±1% of full scale
ping system consisting of three (3) c. ➁①[Main Incoming] [Bus for current values.
current sensors, microprocessor- Coupler] [Feeders] shall have an
based trip device and Low energy (S) The Trip Unit shall include a
adjustable instantaneous pick-up.
trip actuator. Current sensors shall potential transformer module, suit-
provide operation and signal func- d. ① When indicated on the draw- able for operation up to 600V, 50/60
tion. The trip unit shall use micro- ing circuit breakers shall have indi- Hz. The primary of the potential
processor-based technology to pro- vidually adjustable ground fault transformer module shall be con-
vide the basic adjustable time-cur- current pick-up and time and nected internally to the line side of
rent protection functions. True RMS include I2t settings and ground the circuit breaker through a dielec-
sensing circuit protection shall be fault alarm only. tric disconnect plug.
achieved by analysing the sec- (T) The Trip Unit shall provide zone
(M) The Trip Unit shall be provided
ondary current signal received from interlocking for the short time delay
with a making-current release cir-
the circuit breaker current sensors and ground fault delay trip func-
cuit. The circuit shall be armed for
and initiating trip signal to the cir- tions for improved system protec-
approximately eight cycles after
cuit breaker trip actuator when pre- tion. The zone interlocking system
breaker closing and shall operate
determined trip levels and time shall restrain the tripping of the
for all fault levels above 15 times-
delay settings are reached. upstream breaker and allow the
the ampere value of the current
Interchangeable Current Sensors breaker closest to the fault to trip
sensor.
with its associated Rating Plug with no intentional time delay. In
shall establish the continuous trip (N) Trip Units shall have selectable the event that the downstream
rating of each circuit breaker. The thermal memory for enhanced cir- breaker does not trip, the upstream
trip unit shall be Cutler-Hammer cuit protection to provide protec- breaker shall trip after the preset
type DIGITRIP. tion against cumulative overheat- time delay.
ing should a number of overload
(J) The trip unit shall have an infor- (U) The Trip Unit shall have an
conditions occur in quick succes-
mation system that provides LED’s information system that utilises
sion.
to indicate mode of trip following battery backup LEDís to indicate
an automatic trip operation. The (O) An adjustable high load func- mode of trip following an automat-
indication of the mode of trip shall tion shall be provided to avoid nui- ic trip operation. The indication of
be retained after an automatic trip. sance alarms. the mode of trip shall be retained
A reset button shall be provided to after an automatic trip. A test push-
turn off the LED indication after an (P) The Trip Unit shall contain an
button shall energise an LED to
automatic trip. integral test pushbutton. A keypad
indicate the battery status.
shall be provided to enable the
(K) The Trip Unit shall be provided user to select the values of test cur- (V) The Trip Unit shall be capable
with a display panel, including a rents within a range of available of monitoring the following data :
representation of the Time/Current settings. The protection functions
curve of the trip unit that will indi- shall not be affected during test ■Instantaneous value of phase,
cate the protection function set- operations. The circuit breaker may neutral and ground current
tings. The unit shall be continuous- be tested in the Trip or No Trip test
ly self-checking and provide a visu- ■Instantaneous value of line to line
mode.
al indication that the internal cir- voltage
cuitry is being monitored and is (Q) The Trip Unit shall include a
■Maximum and minimum current
operational. power/relay module which shall
values
supply control power to the read-
(L) Complete system selective co- out display. Following an automatic ■ Watts, Vars, VA, Watt-hours, and VA-
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■The energy monitoring parameter ■ Programmable long time setting. (AA) The trip Unit shall offer a 3
values (peak demand, present event trip log that will store the trip
demand and forward and reverse ■ Programmable long time delay data and shall time and date stamp
energy consumption) shall be indi- with selectable I2t or It curve shap- the event.
cated in the trip unitís alpha- ing.
numeric display panel. (BB) The Trip Unit shall be
■ Programmable curve shapes of equipped to permit communication
The trip unit shall display the fol- moderately, very or extremely via a network twisted pair for
lowing power quality values: inverse remote monitoring and control.

Crest Factor, Power Factor, percent ■ Programmable short time setting. Note to Specification Writer - For
total harmonic distortion and har- ■ Programmable short time delay centralized monitoring of the
monic values of all phases through with selectable flat or I2t curve Digitrip 1150 trip units, select the
to the 31st harmonic. shaping and zone selective inter- BIM (Breaker Interface Module).

(W) Metering display accuracy of locking.


the complete system shall be ± 2% ■Programmable instantaneous
of full scale for Power and Energy setting.
values.
■ Programmable ground fault set-
(X) The display for the Advanced ting trip or earth fault setting alarm.
Trip Units shall be LED display
■ Programmable ground fault delay
(Y) Programming may be done via with selectable flat or I2t curve shap-
a keypad at the faceplate of the ing and zone selective interlocking.
unit, download via a cable link,
Triplink or via the communication
network.

(Z) System coordination shall be


provided by the following micro-
processor-based programmable
Time/Current curve shaping adjust-
ments. The short time pick-up
adjustments shall be dependent on
the long delay setting.

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Factory Configured Circuit Step 2: Select Breaker Catalog ■ Catalog Position 20 establish-
Breakers Positions 11 through 25 to des- es if an optional OTS/Bell Alarm
ignate factory installed options Switch and/or a Mechanical Trip
Magnum DS Power Circuit as follows: Indicator is installed per Table
Breakers are ordered using a 25-
3.12.
digit catalog numbering system ■ Catalog Positions 11 and 12
that allows for maximum options ■ Catalog Position 21 establish-
establish the sensor and rating
and flexibility. Circuit breaker con- es if an optional Padlockable
plug ratings per Tables 3.3, 3.4
figuration is achieved by using a
and 3.5. Pushbutton Cover is installed per
simple 2-step process.
Table 3.13.
■ Catalog Positions 13 and 14
Note: If the breaker is drawout
establish the trip unit type per ■ Catalog Position 22 establish-
construction and a cassette is
required, the cassette must be con- Table 3.6. es if an optional Key Interlock
figured separately. Provision is installed per Table
■ Catalog Position 15 establish- 3.14.
Step 1: Select a 10-Digit es if an optional Shunt Trip is
installed per Table 3.7. ■ Catalog Position 23 establish-
Breaker Catalog Number Prefix.
es if an optional Latch Check
Choose the breaker prefix from ■ Catalog Position 16 establish- Switch is installed per Table 3.15
Tables 3.1 or 3.2 based on the fol- es if an optional Motor Operator is and/or designates the voltage con-
lowing: installed per Table 3.8. nection ifan 1150 Trip Unit is sup-
plied.
■ Drawout of Fixed Construction ■ Catalog Position 17 establish-
es if an optional Spring Release ■ Catalog Position 24 establish-
■ Number of Poles Device is installed per Table 3.9. es if the breaker is shipped alone or
■ Continuous Current Rating in a cassette with options per
■ Catalog Position 18 establish-
■ Magnum Frame Type Table 3.16.
es if an optional Undervoltage
■ Interrupting Rating Release or Second Shunt Trip is ■ Catalog Position 25 is
installed per Table 3.10. reserved for Cutler-Hammer use
■ Short Time Withstand
per Table 3.17.
■ Catalog Position 19 establish-
■ Phasing (Double-wides only)
es if optional Auxiliary Switches
are installed per Table 3.11.

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Catalog Number Character Positions


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

MD A – X

Character Description Character Description


Position Position

3 Circuit Breaker Frame 16 Motor Operator for Charging Closing Spring

4 Interrupting/Withstand Rating 17 Spring Release Device (SRD)

5&6 Continuous Amperes and Phasing (Facing 18 Undervoltage Release (UVR) or 2nd. Shunt
Front of Breaker) Trip (ST)

7 Poles and Neutral (Facing Front of Breaker) 19 Auxiliary Switch

8 Mounting Configuration and Load Terminals 20 OTS/Bell Alarm Switch and/or Mechanical
Indicator
9 Nameplate Language
21 Padlock Provisions for Close & Open Buttons
10 Future Use
22 Operations Counter and/or Keylock Provisions
11 & 12 Sensor and Rating Plug Rating
23 Latch Check Switch/Trip Unit Line Voltage
13 & 14 Trip Unit and Protection (and External Control Connection for 1150 Trip Unit
Voltage When Required)
24 Shipping Instructions
15 Shunt Trip (ST)
25 Future Use

Figure 3-1 Circuit Breaker 25-character Catalog Number Selections

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Table 3.1 Magnum DS Drawout Mounted Circuit Breakers – UL LIsted UL1066


(First 10 Character Positions of Catalog Number)

This selection is for a drawout circuit breaker with primary disconnecting contacts (finger clusters).

Continuous Magnum ACB Interrupting Short-Time 3-Pole Catalog 3-Pole 4-Pole Catalog 4-Pole
Current Rating Frame Type Rating (kA) at Withstand Number Phasing ② Number Phasing ②
Rating (kA) at Positions 1-10
Amps at 40°C ① 600V Inst. Trip Positions 1-10 (Left to Right) (Left to Right)
600V

Narrow Frame Drawout Circuit Breaker


800 Narrow 42 42 MDN4083LEA ABC MDN4084LEA NABC
1200 Narrow 42 42 MDN4123LEA ABC MDN4124LEA NABC
1600 Narrow 42 42 MDN4163LEA ABC MDN4164LEA NABC

800 Narrow 50 50 MDN5083LEA ABC MDN5084LEA NABC


1200 Narrow 50 50 MDN5123LEA ABC MDN5124LEA NABC
1600 Narrow 50 50 MDN5163LEA ABC MDN5164LEA NABC

800 Narrow 65 65 MDN6083LEA ABC MDN6084LEA NABC


1200 Narrow 65 65 MDN6123LEA ABC MDN6124LEA NABC
1600 Narrow 65 65 MDN6163LEA ABC MDN6164LEA NABC

Standard Frame Drawout Circuit Breaker


800 Standard 42 42 MDS4083WEA ABC MDS4084WEA NABC

800 Standard 50 50 MDS5083WEA ABC MDS5084WEA NABC


1600 Standard 50 50 MDS5163WEA ABC MDS5164WEA NABC

800 Standard 65 65 MDS6083WEA ABC MDS6084WEA NABC


1600 Standard 65 65 MDS6163WEA ABC MDS6164WEA NABC
2000 Standard 65 65 MDS6203WEA ABC MDS6204WEA NABC
2500 Standard 65 65 MDS6253WEA ABC MDS6254WEA NABC
3000 Standard 65 65 MDS6303WEA ABC MDS6304WEA NABC
3200 Standard 65 65 MDS6323WEA ABC MDS6324WEA NABC

800 Standard 85 85 MDS8083WEA ABC MDS8084WEA NABC


1600 Standard 85 85 MDS8163WEA ABC MDS8164WEA NABC
2000 Standard 85 85 MDS8203WEA ABC MDS8204WEA NABC
2500 Standard 85 85 MDS8253WEA ABC MDS8254WEA NABC
3000 Standard 85 85 MDS8303WEA ABC MDS8304WEA NABC
3200 Standard 85 85 MDS8323WEA ABC MDS8324WEA NABC

800 Standard 100 85 MDSC083WEA ABC MDSC084WEA NABC


1600 Standard 100 85 MDSC163WEA ABC MDSC164WEA NABC
2000 Standard 100 85 MDSC203WEA ABC MDSC204WEA NABC
2500 Standard 100 85 MDSC253WEA ABC MDSC254WEA NABC
3000 Standard 100 85 MDSC303WEA ABC MDSC304WEA NABC
3200 Standard 100 85 MDSC323WEA ABC MDSC324WEA NABC

Double Frame Drawout Circuit Breaker


4000 Double 85 85 MDS84N3WEA AABBCC ➄ MDS84N4WEA NNAABBCC ➄
5000 Double 85 85 MDS85N3WEA AABBCC ➄ MDS85N4WEA NNAABBCC ➄

4000 Double 100 100 MDSC4N3WEA AABBCC ➄ MDSC4N4WEA NNAABBCC ➄


5000 Double 100 100 MDSC5N3WEA AABBCC ➄ MDSC5N4WEA NNAABBCC ➄
6000 Double 100 100 Contact C-H ➂ AABBCC ➄ Contact C-H NNAABBCC ➄

4000 Double 85 85 MDS8403WEA ABCABC ➅ MDS8404WEA NNABCABC ➅


5000 Double 85 85 MDS8503WEA ABCABC ➅ MDS8504WEA NNABCABC ➅

4000 Double 100 100 MDSC403WEA ABCABC ➅ MDSC404WEA NNABCABC ➅


5000 Double 100 100 MDSC503WEA ABCABC ➅ MDSC504WEA NNABCABC ➅
6000 Double 100 100 Contact C-H ➃ ABCABC ➅

① Magnum air circuit breakers are 100% thermal rated (no de-rating necessary when properly applied in a specified enclosure).
② Phasing Left to Right when facing front of circuit breaker - Neutral rated 100% of continuous current.
➂ 6000 Amp circuit breaker for use in a forced air cooled enclosure manufactured and tested by the OEM.
➃ 6000 Amp circuit breaker for use in a forced air cooled switchgear or power module manufactured by Cutler-Hammer.
➄ AABBCC or NNAABBCC phasing is the type used in Cutler-Hammer Pow-R-Line C Switchboards and is the recommended phasing for use by OEMs.
➅ ABCABC or NNABCABC phasing is for use in Cutler-Hammer Magnum DS Low Voltage Switchgear and Power Modules.

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Table 3.2 Magnum DS Fixed Mounted Circuit Breakers – UL LIsted UL1066


(First 10 Character Positions of Catalog Number)

This selection is for a fixed circuit breaker with fixed mounting feet and horizontal terminal pads for bus connections.

Continuous Magnum ACB Interrupting Short-Time 3-Pole Catalog 3-Pole 4-Pole Catalog 4-Pole
Current Rating Frame Type Rating (kA) at Withstand Number Phasing ② Number Phasing ②
Rating (kA) at Positions 1-10 Positions 1-10
Amps at 40°C ① 600V Inst. Trip
➅ (Left to Right)

(Left to Right)
600V

Narrow Frame Fixed Circuit Breaker


800 Narrow 42 42 MDN4083HEA ABC MDN4084HEA NABC
1200 Narrow 42 42 MDN4123HEA ABC MDN4124HEA NABC
1600 Narrow 42 42 MDN4163HEA ABC MDN4164HEA NABC

800 Narrow 50 50 MDN5083HEA ABC MDN5084HEA NABC


1200 Narrow 50 50 MDN5123HEA ABC MDN5124HEA NABC
1600 Narrow 50 50 MDN5163HEA ABC MDN5164HEA NABC

800 Narrow 65 65 MDN6083HEA ABC MDN6084HEA NABC


1200 Narrow 65 65 MDN6123HEA ABC MDN6124HEA NABC
1600 Narrow 65 65 MDN6163HEA ABC MDN6164HEA NABC
2000 Narrow 65 65 MDN6203HEA ABC MDN6205HEA NABC

Standard Frame Fixed Circuit Breaker


800 Standard 42 42 MDS4083HEA ABC MDS4084HEA NABC

800 Standard 50 50 MDS5083HEA ABC MDS5084HEA NABC


1600 Standard 50 50 MDS5163HEA ABC MDS5164HEA NABC

800 Standard 65 65 MDS6083HEA ABC MDS6084HEA NABC


1600 Standard 65 65 MDS6163HEA ABC MDS6164HEA NABC
2000 Standard 65 65 MDS6203HEA ABC MDS6204HEA NABC
2500 Standard 65 65 MDS6253HEA ABC MDS6254HEA NABC
3000 Standard 65 65 MDS6303HEA ABC MDS6304HEA NABC
3200 Standard 65 65 MDS6323HEA ABC MDS6324HEA NABC

800 Standard 85 85 MDS8083HEA ABC MDS8084HEA NABC


1600 Standard 85 85 MDS8163HEA ABC MDS8164HEA NABC
2000 Standard 85 85 MDS8203HEA ABC MDS8204HEA NABC
2500 Standard 85 85 MDS8253HEA ABC MDS8254HEA NABC
3000 Standard 85 85 MDS8303HEA ABC MDS8304HEA NABC
3200 Standard 85 85 MDS8323HEA ABC MDS8324HEA NABC

800 Standard 100 85 MDSC083HEA ABC MDSC084HEA NABC


1600 Standard 100 85 MDSC163HEA ABC MDSC164HEA NABC
2000 Standard 100 85 MDSC203HEA ABC MDSC204HEA NABC
2500 Standard 100 85 MDSC253HEA ABC MDSC254HEA NABC
3000 Standard 100 85 MDSC303HEA ABC MDSC304HEA NABC
3200 Standard 100 85 MDSC323HEA ABC MDSC324HEA NABC

Double Frame Fixed Circuit Breaker


4000 Double 85 85 MDS84N3HEA AABBCC ➃ MDS84N4HEA NNAABBCC ➃
5000 Double 85 85 MDS85N3HEA AABBCC ➃ MDS85N4HEA NNAABBCC ➃

4000 Double 100 100 MDSC4N3HEA AABBCC ➃ MDSC4N4HEA NNAABBCC ➃


5000 Double 100 100 MDSC5N3HEA AABBCC ➃ MDSC5N4HEA NNAABBCC ➃
6000 Double 100 100 Contact C-H ➂ AABBCC ➃ Contact C-H NNAABBCC ➃

4000 Double 85 85 MDS8403HEA ABCABC ➄ MDS8404HEA NNABCABC ➄


5000 Double 85 85 MDS8503HEA ABCABC ➄ MDS8504HEA NNABCABC ➄

4000 Double 100 100 MDSC403HEA ABCABC ➄ MDSC404HEA NNABCABC ➄


5000 Double 100 100 MDSC503HEA ABCABC ➄ MDSC504HEA NNABCABC ➄
6000 Double 100 100 Contact C-H ➂ ABCABC ➄

① Magnum air circuit breakers are 100% thermal rated (no de-rating necessary when properly applied in a specified enclosure).
② Phasing Left to Right when facing front of circuit breaker - Neutral rated 100% of continuous current.
➂ 6000 Amp circuit breaker for use in forced air switchgear or switchboard enclosure manufactured and tested by the OEM.
➃ AABBCC or NNAABBCC phasing is the type used in Cutler-Hammer Pow-R-Line C Switchboards and is the recommended phasing for use by OEMs.
➄ ABCABC or NNABCABC phasing is for use in Cutler-Hammer Magnum DS Low Voltage Switchgear and Power Modules.
➅ Use a “V” in lieu of a “H” as the 8th. (eighth) character in the Catalog Number when factory installed vertical adapters are required instead of standard horizontal terminals.

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Tables 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5 Magnum DS Factory Installed Current Sensors and Rating Plugs Option for Fixed
or Drawout Circuit Breakers (Character Positions 11 and 12 of Catalog Number)
Depending on the circuit breaker frame type, select current sensors and rating plugs from Tables 3.4, 3.5 or 3.6. One current sensor per phase and one
rating plug are included as standard with all fixed and drawout circuit breakers unless a circuit breaker is non-automatic. Select NN for character posi-
tions 11 and 12 if the circuit breaker is non-automatic (without integral trip unit protection). Select the current sensor and rating plug rating by circuit
breaker frame size. For 3-pole circuit breaker ground fault applications on 3-phase, 4-wire circuits, external neutral mounted current sensors must be
ordered separately.
Table 3.3 Available Current Sensors and Rating Plugs for Narrow Frame
Catalog Number 2000A
Positions (Fixed Circuit 1600 A 1200 A 800 A
11 and 12 Breaker Only)

NN - None
20 2000
16 1600 1600
13 1250 1250
12 1200 1200 1200
10 1000 1000 1000
08 800 800 800 800
07 630 630 630 630
06 600 600 600 600
04 400 400 400 400
03 300 300 300 300
05 250 250 250 250
02 200 200 200 200
01 ① 100 ① 100 ① 100 ①

① Check Cutler-Hammer for availability of 100 ampere sensor

Table 3.4 Available Current Sensors and Rating Plugs for Standard Frame
Catalog Number
Positions 3200 A 3000 A 2500 A 2000 A 1600 A 800 A
11 and 12

NN - None
32 3200
30 3000 3000
25 2500 2500 2500
20 2000 2000 2000 2000
16 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600
13 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250
12 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
10 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
08 800 800 800 800 800 800
07 630 630 630 630 630 630
06 600 600 600 600 600 600
04 400 400 400 400 400 400
03 300 300 300 300 300 300
05 250 250 250 250 250 250
02 200 200 200 200 200 200
01 ① 100 ① 100 ①

① Check Cutler-Hammer for availability of 100 ampere sensor

Table 3.5 Available Current Sensors and Rating Plugs for Double Frame
Catalog Number
Positions 6000 A ① 5000 A 4000 A
11 and 12

NN - None
60 6000
50 5000 5000
40 4000 4000 4000
32 3200 3200 3200
25 2500 2500 2500
20 2000 2000 2000

① Check Cutler-Hammer for future availability of sensors on frames indicated

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Table 3.6 Factory Installed Trip Unit Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers
(Character Positions 13 and 14 of Catalog Number)
Catalog Number Digitrip RMS Trip Unit Power Relay Available on
Positions Trip Unit Functions Power Supply Module Alarm or Magnum
13 and 14 ① Voltage ② Trip Contact Frame(s)

NN Non-Automatic ➄ 3-Pole ACB Not Applicable None Narrow/Standard


NN Non-Automatic 3-Pole ACB Not Applicable None Double
NN Non-Automatic ➄ 4-Pole ACB Not Applicable None Narrow/Standard
NN Non-Automatic 4-Pole ACB Not Applicable None Double
22 220 LI Not Applicable None Narrow/Standard
52 520 LSI Not Applicable None All Frames
5G 520 LSIG Not Applicable None All Frames
M2 520M LSI Not Applicable ➂ None All Frames
MT 520M LSI 24/48 Vdc High Load Alarm All Frames
MU 520M LSI 120 Vac High Load Alarm All Frames
MV 520M LSI 240 Vac High Load Alarm All Frames
MG 520M LSIG Not Applicable ➂ None All Frames
MH 520M LSIG 24/48 Vdc Ground Trip All Frames
MM 520M LSIG 120 Vac Ground Trip All Frames
MN 520M LSIG 240 Vac Ground Trip All Frames
ME 520M LSIA 24/48 Vdc Ground Alarm All Frames
MC 520M LSIA 120 Vac Ground Alarm All Frames
MF 520M LSIA 240 Vac Ground Alarm All Frames
CT 520MC LSI 24/48 Vdc High Load Alarm All Frames
CU 520MC LSI 120 Vac High Load Alarm All Frames
CV 520MC LSI 240 Vac High Load Alarm All Frames
CH 520MC LSIG 24/48 Vdc Ground Trip All Frames
CM 520MC LSIG 120 Vac Ground Trip All Frames
CN 520MC LSIG 240 Vac Ground Trip All Frames
CE 520MC LSIA 24/48 Vdc Ground Alarm All Frames
CC 520MC LSIA 120 Vac Ground Alarm All Frames
CF 520MC LSIA 240 Vac Ground Alarm All Frames
1A 1150 LSI 24/48 Vdc Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1C 1150 LSI 120 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1E 1150 LSI 240 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1F 1150 LSIG 24/48 Vdc Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1G 1150 LSIG 120 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1H 1150 LSIG 240 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1J 1150 LSIA 24/48 Vdc Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1K 1150 LSIA 120 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double
1M 1150 LSIA 240 Vac Programmable ➃ Standard/Double

① Digitrip 520MC Trip Unit requires PowerNet Software version 3.2 or higher if PowerNet is used
② Power Relay Module mounted integral to circuit breaker receives power from an external customer supplied source wired through the
breaker secondary contacts. The external source powers the trip unit digital display (520M, 520MC and 1150), communications functions
(520MC and 1150) and relays
➂ No Power Relay Module provided for 520M trip unit when this catalog code is selected. The Digital display powered from current sensors
and the circuit breaker must carry 20% rated sensor current to power up the trip unit digital display.
➃ Digitrip 1150 has programmable relay trip or contact A for trip unit protective and high load functions.
➄ The maximum available instaneous interrupting rating for the Magnum DS Standard Frame Non-Automatic Switch is 85kA when the
breaker is used with a suitable external overcurrent protective device with instantaneous protection.

Digitrip 220 Trip Unit Digitrip 520 Trip Unit Digitrip 520M Trip Unit Digitrip 520MC Trip Unit Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit

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Table 3.7 Factory Installed Shunt Trip (ST) Option Table 3.8 Factory Installed Motor Operator Option
for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers (Character for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers (Character
Position 15 of Catalog Number) ① Position 16 of Catalog Number)
Catalog Number Voltage For electrically operated circuit breakers, select a Motor Operator and
Position 15 (AC: 50/60 Hz) Spring Release Device (SRD) and (if required) a Shunt Trip (ST). The
Motor Operator voltage selected must match the Spring Release
Device (SRD) voltage.
N None
A 110 - 127 Vac/dc
Catalog Number Voltage
R 208 - 250 Vac/dc
Position 16 (AC: 50/60 Hz)
C 24 Vdc
H 48 Vdc
M Manual Operated
① Refer applications requiring capacitor trip N 110 - 120 Vac
devices to Cutler-Hammer P 220 - 240 Vac
L 24 Vdc
K 48 Vdc
W 110 - 125 Vdc
T 220 - 250 Vdc

Table 3.9 Factory Installed Spring Release Device Table 3.10 Factory Installed Undervoltage Release
(SRD) Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers (UVR) or Second Shunt Trip Attachment (STA)
(Character Position 17 of Catalog Number) Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers
(Character Position 18 of Catalog Number)
Catalog Number Voltage
Position 17 (AC: 50/60 Hz) Catalog Number Voltage UVR
Position 18 (AC: 50/60 Hz) Release Type
N None ①➁➂➃
A 110 - 127 Vac/dc N None None
R 208 - 250 Vac/dc A 110 - 127 Vac Instantaneous
C 24 Vdc R 208 - 240 Vac Instantaneous
H 48 Vdc C 24 Vdc Instantaneous
H 48 Vdc Instantaneous
E 110 - 125 Vdc Instantaneous
F 220 - 250 Vdc Instantaneous
G 32 V dc Instantaneous
X 380 - 415 Vac Instantaneous
J 480 Vac Instantaneous
K 600 Vac Instantaneous
1 110 - 127 Vac Second Shunt Trip
2 208 - 250 Vac Second Shunt Trip
3 24 Vdc Second Shunt Trip
4 48 Vdc Second Shunt Trip

① Refer requests for Time Delay UVRs to Cutler-Hammer.


➁ Digitrip 1150 Trip Units have an integral adjustable time delay undervoltage trip
function from the line voltage.
➂ An external customer supplied panel mounted Time Delay Undervoltage Relay can
also be applied, wired through the breaker secondary contacts to a Shunt Trip
Attachment for Time Delay Undervoltage protection.
➃ Each second Shunt Trip Attachment includes its own cut-off switch.
Table 3.11 Factory Installed Auxiliary Switch
Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers
(Character Position 19 of Catalog Number) Table 3.12 Factory Installed Bell Alarm/OTS Switch
Catalog Number Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers
Position 19 Contact Type Comments (Character Position 20 of Catalog Number)
This option is for circuit breakers with trip units only, not available on
N None Non-Automatic Circuit Breakers.
2 2a/2b
4 4a/4b 4a/4b maximum on Narrow Frame ① Catalog Number Mechanical OTS Switch
6 6a/6b 6a/6b maximum on Double or Standard Frames ➁ Position 20 Trip Indicator with 2 Form C Contacts
① Rëfer applications requiring 6a/6b contacts on the Narrow Frame Breaker to Cutler-
E No No
Hammer.
N Yes No
➁ Except when a Second Shunt Trip Attachment is selected, which occupies a 2a/2b
Y Yes Yes
contact mounting position.

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Table 3.13 Factory Installed Table 3.16 Circuit Breaker and Cassette
Padlockable Pushbutton Cover Option for Shipping Instructions①
Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers (Character Position 24 of Catalog Number)
(Character Position 21 of Catalog Number)
Configure the drawout cassette and cassette options using Figure 3-2
Catalog Number Description (Cassette Catalog Number Selections) and its accompanying tables.
Position 21
Catalog Shipment Magnum ACB Pre-Wired
N None Number Description Frame Type Shutters Cassette
M Metal Frame (Open and Close) Position 24 Secondary
P Plastic Frame (Open and Close) Terminal
C Block Close PB Metal Frame Blocks
H Block Close PB Plastic Frame Fixed or
A Drawout ACB All Frames Not Not Wired
Alone Applicable

C Drawout ACB in Narrow No Shutters Not Wired


Narrow Cassette
C Drawout ACB in Standard No Shutters Not Wired
Universal Cassette

P Drawout ACB in Narrow No Shutters Pre-Wired


Narrow Cassette
P Drawout ACB in Standard No Shutters Pre-Wired
Table 3.14 Factory Installed Operations Universal Cassette
Counter/Key Interlock Provisions Option for
Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers S Drawout ACB in Narrow Shutters Not Wired
Narrow Cassette
(Character Position 22 of Catalog Number) S Drawout ACB in Standard Shutters Not Wired
Universal Cassette
Catalog Number
Position 22 Counter Type Keylock Provision ① W Drawout ACB in Narrow Shutters Pre-Wired
Narrow Cassette
N No Counter No Lock W Drawout ACB in Standard Shutters Pre-Wired
K No Counter Kirk Lock Universal Cassette
C No Counter Castell Lock ① Double-wide and Standard cassettes ship separately from breakers
R No Counter Ronis Lock
A Operations Counter No Lock
Y Operations Counter Kirk Lock
L Operations Counter Castell Lock Table 3.17 Future Use By Cutler-Hammer
H Operations Counter Ronis Lock
(Character Position 25 of Catalog
① Key Interlock provision includes a hole in the front cover with
cap plus provisions hardware kit for customer installation of Catalog Number
customer supplied cylinder lock. Position 25 Description

X Future Factory
Option

Table 3.15 Factory Installed Latch Check


Switch/Metering Trip Unit Configuration
Option for Fixed or Drawout Circuit Breakers
(Character Position 23 of Catalog Number)
The Latch Check Switch monitors the circuit breaker trip latch
and readiness to close.

Catalog Number Latch Check Switch Metering Trip Unit Line Voltage Connection
Position 23 (LCS) Connection (Applicable only when Digitrip RMS 1150 Trip
Unit is selected in Catalog Positions 13 and 14)

N None (Default) Upper Terminal Voltage Connection


M None Lower Terminal Voltage Connection
L Latch Check Switch wired to Spring Release Upper Terminal Voltage Connection
Y Latch Check Switch wired to Spring Release Lower Terminal Voltage Connection
C Latch Check Switch for External Wiring (1 Form C) ① Upper Terminal Voltage Connection
D Latch Check Switch for External Wiring (1 Form C) ① Lower Terminal Voltage Connection

① Form C contact wired through circuit breaker secondary contacts for external use.

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Factory Configured Drawout Step 2: Select Cassette Catalog Narrow Frame Cassette
Cassettes Positions 8 through 15 to des- (Front View with circuit breaker)
ignate factory installed options
Factory configured cassettes for as follows:
drawout Magnum DS Power Circuit
Breakers are ordered using a 15- ■ Catalog Positions 8 and 9 per
digit catalog numbering system.
Table 3.19 are reserved for a future
Cassette configuration is achieved
option.
by using a simple 2-step process.
■ Catalog Position 10 establish-
Step 1: Select a 7-Digit
es if optional shutters are installed
Cassette Catalog Number
Prefix. per Table 3.20.

Choose the cassette prefix from ■ Catalog Positions 11 through


Table 3.18 based on the following: 13 per Table 3.21 are reserved for
future options.
■ Magnum Cassette Type Narrow Frame Cassette
■ Catalog Positions 14 and 15 (Rear View)
■ Number of Poles
establishe if the cassette is pre-
■ Magnum Breaker Frame Type wired per per Table 3.22.
■ Continuous Current Rating
■ Magnum Frame Type

Catalog Number Character Positions


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

N A N N N N C

Character Description Character Description


Position Position

1 Cassette Family 9 Future Use

2 Future Use 10 Shutters

3&4 Continuous Amperes 11 Future Use

5 Poles 12 Future Use

6 Rear Terminals 13 Future Use

7 Arc Hood 14 Cassette Wiring

8 Future Use 15 Cassette Shipping

Figure 3-2 Drawout Cassette 15-character Catalog Number Selections

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Table 3.18 Cassettes for Drawout Circuit Breakers Table 3.19 Future Cassette
(First 7 Character Positions of Catalog Number) Option (Positions 8 and 9 of
Cassette standard features include an arc hood, provisions for secondary terminal blocks includ-
Catalog Number)
ing wiring, and a cell rejection kit. Narrow and Universal Cassettes may be shipped with the cir-
cuit breaker by specifying breaker Catalog Character Position 24. Catalog Number
Positions 8 and 9
Catalog Number Magnum Continuous
Positions Cassette Type Poles Circuit Breaker Current Rating (A) NN
1 to 7 Frame Type at 40°C

LN203HA Narrow 3 pole Narrow 800-1600


MN203UA Universal 3 pole Standard 800-2000
MN323UA Universal 3 pole Standard 2500-3200
MN403UA Universal 3 pole Double 4000
MN503UA Universal 3 pole Double 5000

LN204HA Narrow 4 pole Narrow 800-1600


MN204UA Universal 4 pole Standard 800-2000
MN324UA Universal 4 pole Standard 2500-3200
MN404UA Universal 4 pole Double 4000
MN504UA Universal 4 pole Double 5000

MN203PA Basic w/o Stab Kit 3 pole Standard 800-2000


MN323PA Basic w/o Stab Kit 3 pole Standard 2500-3200
MN403PA Basic w/o Stab Kit 3 pole Double 4000
MN503PA Basic w/o Stab Kit 3 pole Double 5000

MN203CA Basic w/ Stab Kit 3 pole Standard 800-2000


MN323CA Basic w/ Stab Kit 3 pole Standard 2500-3200
MN403CA Basic w/ Stab Kit 3 pole Double 4000
MN503CA Basic w/ Stab Kit 3 pole Double 5000

Table 3.20 Cassette Shutters Option Table 3.21 Future Cassette


(Character Position 10 of Catalog Number) Option (Positions 11 to 12 of
Shutters can be factory installed or are also available as a field installation kit for customer instal- Catalog Number)
lation. For the Basic Cassette, a shutter field kit is recommended rather than factory installed
shutters, since the shutter must be partially removed to assemble bus stabs in the cassette. Catalog Number
Positions
Catalog Number Magnum Continuous 11 - 12
Position 10 Description Cassette Type Poles Circuit Breaker Current Rating (A)
Frame Type at 40°C NNN
N No Shutters All Types 3 and 4 All Frames All Ratings
S Shutters Installed Narrow 3 pole Narrow 800-1600
S Shutters Installed Universal & Basic 3 pole Standard 800-3200
S Shutters Installed Universal & Basic 3 pole Double 4000-5000 Table 3.22 Future Cassette
S Shutters Installed Narrow 4 pole Narrow 800-1600 Option (Position 13 of
S Shutters Installed Universal 4 pole Standard 800-3200 Catalog Number)
S Shutters Installed Universal 4 pole Double 4000-5000
Catalog Number Door Escutcheon and
Position 13 Gasket Kit
X Not Included
D Included

Table 3.23 Pre-wired Cassettes Option


(Character Positions 14 and 15 of Catalog Number)
Pre-wired cassettes include wiring and terminal blocks mounted and wired to secondary contacts
ready to receive the circuit breaker.

Catalog Number Voltage Magnum Continuous


Positions (AC: 50/60 Hz) Cassette Type Circuit Breaker Current Rating (A)
14 and 15 Frame Type at 40°C
NC Unwired All Types All Frames All Ratings
WC Pre-wired for circuit breaker Narrow Narrow 800-1600
WC Pre-wired for circuit breaker Universal & Basic Standard 800-3200
WC Pre-wired for circuit breaker Universal & Basic Double 4000-5000

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Table 3.24 Cassette Shutter Field Option Kit


This is a field installable kit for use with drawout cassettes, and is for customer installation.

Magnum
Circuit Breaker Cassette Type Poles Continuous Catalog Number
Frame Current Rating (A)

Narrow Narrow 3 pole 800-1600 MDNSHTR3P


Standard Universal and Basic 3 pole 800-3200 MDSHTR332
Double Universal and Basic 3 pole 4000-5000 MDSHTR350

Narrow Narrow 4 pole 800-1600 MDNSHTR4P


Standard Universal 4 pole 800-3200 MDSHTR432
Double Universal 4 pole 4000-5000 MDSHTR450

Table 3.25 Cassette Cell Switch Field Option Kit


This is a field installable kit for use with drawout cassettes and is for customer installation. The
switch changes position when the circuit breaker is levered to the CONNECT position. The kit
includes the switch, mounting bracket and hardware. The switch kit also includes pre-installed
wiring for easy field installation to cassette cell secondary terminal blocks.

Magnum Breaker
Frame and Catalog Number Description Type
Cassette Types

Narrow MD4CSN 4 Form C Contacts Kit with Mounting Bracket


Standard & Double MSCELLSW1 4 Form C Contacts Switch Only
Standard &Double MD4CS 4 Form C Contacts Kit with Mounting Bracket
Standard & Double MD8CS 8 Form C Contacts Kit with Mounting Bracket

Table 3.26 Cassette Cell Lock


Provision Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for use with dra-
wout cassettes and is for customer installation.
The kit includes mounting provisions for single
or multi-cylinder Kirk or Castell locks provided
and fitted to the cassette by the customer.

Catalog Number Lock

MCASSPRL Left Side


MCASSPRR Right Side

Table 3.27 Secondary Contact Wiring


Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for use in wiring fixed circuit breakers or drawout circuit
breaker cassette secondary contacts or for adding option kits in the field. Each kit can be
used to complete as many as three circuit breakers or more, depending on the number
and type of accessories required for the the circuit breaker.

Description Catalog Number Kit Contents

Secondary Terminal Block Kit MSECBK Ouantity 15 6-Point Terminal Blocks with Labels
Secondary Terminal Wire Kit MSECWR Quantity 90 Wires for Connecting Secondary Blocks
Secondary Terminal Wiring Kit MKW40 Quantity 30 Wires 40 Inches Long for Fixed Circuit Breaker
Secondary Terminal Repair Kit① MSECTOOL Quantity 2 6-Point Terminal Blocks, Quantity 2 Secondary
with Extraction Tool Disconnect Blocks, AMP Removal Tool and and
Miscellaneous Wires
① Pin Removal Tool can be purchased directly from AMP, Inc. under Part Number 3205183

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Table 3.28 Shunt Trip (ST) Table 3.33 Undervoltage Release (UVR)
Field Option Kit Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. The This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit
kit includes a shunt trip (ST), a cut-off switch and instructions. Refer breakers.
applications requiring capacitor trip devices to Cutler-Hammer.
Voltage Catalog Number UVR Release
Voltage Catalog Number (AC:50/60Hz) Type ①
(AC:50/60Hz)
110 - 127 Vac MUVRA Instantaneous
110 - 127 Vac/dc MST1 208 - 240 Vac MUVRR Instantaneous
208 - 250 Vac/dc MST2 24 Vdc MUVRC Instantaneous
24 Vdc MST3 48 Vdc MUVRH Instantaneous
48 Vdc MST4 110 - 125 Vdc MUVRE Instantaneous
220 - 250 Vdc MUVRF Instantaneous
32 Vdc MUVRG Instantaneous
Table 3.29 Motor Operator 380 - 415 Vac MUVRX Instantaneous
Field Option Kit (For Charging Closing Spring) 480 Vac MUVRJ Instantaneous
600 Vac MUVRK Instantaneous
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers.
The kit includes a motor operator assembly, which includes a ① On applications requiring Time Delay Undervoltage Protection,
motor cut-off switch, and instructions. refer requests for Time Delay UVRs to Cutler-Hammer..
Digitrip 1150 Trip Units have an integral adjustable time delay under-
Voltage Catalog Number voltage trip function.
(AC:50/60Hz) An external panel mounted Time Delay Undervoltage Relay can also
be applied with a Shunt Trip Attachment for Time Delay
110 - 120 Vac MMOTN Undervoltage protection.
220 - 250 Vac MMOTP
24 Vdc MMOTL
48 Vdc MMOTK
Table 3.34 Trip Indicator and Bell
110 - 125 Vdc MMOTW
220 - 250 Vdc MMOTT Alarm/Overcurrent Trip Switch (OTS)
Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. It
Table 3.30 Spring Release Device (SRD) is a manual reset only device and is for circuit breakers with trip
units only (not available on Non-Automatic Circuit Breakers).
Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. The Trip Indication Description Contacts Catalog Number
kit includes spring release device (SRD) assembly and instructions.
Mechanical Pop-out Trip Indicator None MDTRIND
Voltage Catalog Number Bell Alarm/OTS with Mechanical Trip Indicator 2 Form C MDTRINDBA
(AC:50/60Hz) Bell Alarm/OTS contact ① 2 Form C MOTS

110 - 127 Vac/dc MSRA ① For use with breakers having mechanical pop-out trip indicator option
208 - 250 Vac/dc MSRR already installed.
24 Vdc MSRC
48 Vdc MSRH
Table 3.35 Operations Counter
Table 3.31 Latch Check Switch (LCS) Field Option Kit
Field Option Kit This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit
breakers.
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. The
kit includes a LCS assembly 1 Form C contact, plug-in wires and Kit Type Catalog Number
instructions.
Mechanical Counter MCOUNT
Catalog Number Description

MLSC1 Latch Check Switch for Wiring Internally to Spring Release


MLSC2 Latch Check Switch with 1 Form C Contact for Remote indication.

Table 3.32 Auxiliary Switch


Field Option Kit
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. Note that
a maximum of 6a/6b contacts apply to the Standard and Double Frames.
Contact Cutler-Hammer if more than 4a/4b contacts are required on the
Narrow Frame.

Switch Type Catalog Number

2a/2b Contacts MAUX2

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Table 3.36 Padlockable Pushbutton Cover Table 3.38 Sensor/Rating Plug


Field Option Kit Field Change-out Kit
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout circuit This is a field installable kit for changing the sensor/rating plug rating
breakers. Padlocks are not included and must be provided on fixed or drawout circuit breakers. Narrow and Standard Frame kits
by customer. The cover can be configured to block the include 1 rating plug plus 3 sensors for 3-pole or 4 sensors for 4-pole
breaker CLOSE and OPEN pushbuttons or only the CLOSE circuit breakers. Double Frame kits include 1 rating plug plus 6 sensors
pushbutton. for 3-pole or 8 sensors for 4-pole circuit breakers. The rating plug rat-
ing and the sensor rating in the kit match. The sensor ampere rating
Cover Type Catalog Number selected cannot exceed the circuit breaker frame and ampere rating.
Note: For 3 pole breaker ground fault applications on 3 phase, 4 wire
Plastic Frame (Blocks Open and Close Buttons) MCOVH circuits, externally mounted sensors must be ordered separately.
Metal Frame (Blocks Open and Close Buttons) MCOVC Sensor Rating 3-Pole 4-Pole
Magnum Frame (A) Catalog Number Catalog Number

Narrow 100 ① M3NRG0100 M4NRG0100


Narrow 200 M3NRG0200 M4NRG0200
Narrow 250 M3NRG0250 M4NRG0250
Narrow 300 M3NRG0300 M4NRG0300
Narrow 400 M3NRG0400 M4NRG0400
Table 3.37 Breaker Key Lock Provisions Narrow 600 M3NRG0600 M4NRG0600
Field Option Kit Narrow 630 M3NRG0630 M4NRG0630
Narrow 800 M3NRG0800 M4NRG0800
This is a field installable kit for fixed or drawout
Narrow 1000 M3NRG1000 M4NRG1000
circuit breakers. The kit includes mounting
hardware and brackets to mount single cylinder Narrow 1200 M3NRG1200 M4NRG1200
lock for locking circuit breaker in the Open Narrow 1250 M3NRG1250 M4NRG1250
position. The cylinder lock and key are not Narrow 1600 M3NRG1600 M4NRG1600
included and must be supplied by customer. Narrow 2000 ➁ M3NRG2000 M4NRG2000

Key Type Catalog Number Standard 100 ① M3SRG0100 M4SRG0100


Use with Customer Supplied Lock & Key #
Standard 200 M3SRG0200 M4SRG0200
Castell Standard 250 M3SRG0250 M4SRG0250
MBRLCKC Castell # FGCL4008
Ronis Standard 300 M3SRG0300 M4SRG0300
MBRLCKR Ronis # 1104A
Kirk Standard 400 M3SRG0400 M4SRG0400
MBRLCKK Kirk Lock # KC40---10 & Lock KC4
Standard 600 M3SRG0600 M4SRG0600
Standard 630 M3SRG0630 M4SRG0630
Standard 800 M3SRG0800 M4SRG0800
Standard 1000 M3SRG1000 M4SRG1000
Standard 1200 M3SRG1200 M4SRG1200
Standard 1250 M3SRG1250 M4SRG1250
Table 3.39 Neutral Current Sensor Standard 1600 M3SRG1600 M4SRG1600
This is a field installable external accessory for use with fixed Standard 2000 M3SRG2000 M4SRG2000
or drawout circuit breakers. The fourth sensor is for mount- Standard 2500 M3SRG2500 M4SRG2500
ing on enclosure neutral in 3-pole circuit breaker ground fault Standard 3000 M3SRG3000 M4SRG3000
applications on 3-phse, 4-wire systems. Standard 3200 M3SRG3200 M4SRG3200

Double 2000 M3RRG2000 M4RRG2000


Sensor Qty.
Double 2500 M3RRG2500 M4RRG2500
Magnum Frame Sensor Required per Catalog Number
Double 3000 M3RRG3000 M4RRG3000
Rating 3-Pole Breaker
Double 3200 M3RRG3200 M4RRG3200
Narrow or Standard 100 1 Contact C-H Double 4000 M3RRG4000 M4SRG4000
Narrow or Standard 200 1 9253C03H01 Double 5000 M3RRG5000 M4SRG5000
Narrow or Standard 250 1 9253C03H02
Narrow or Standard 300 1 9253C03H03 ① Subject to future availability. Contact Cutler-Hammer.
Narrow or Standard 400 1 9253C03H04 ➁ Fixed Narrow Frame Breaker only
Narrow or Standard 600 1 9253C03H05
Narrow or Standard 630 1 9253C03H14
Narrow or Standard 800 1 9253C03H06
Narrow or Standard 1000 1 9253C03H07
Narrow or Standard 1200 1 9253C03H08
Narrow or Standard 1250 1 9253C03H15
Narrow or Standard 1600 1 9253C03H09
Narrow or Standard 2000 1 9253C03H10
Narrow or Standard 2500 1 9253C03H11
Narrow or Standard 3000 1 9253C03H12
Narrow or Standard 3200 1 9253C03H13
Double 4000 2 9253C03H10
Double 5000 2 9253C03H11

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Table 3.40 Primary Terminal Adapter Field


Option Kits for Fixed Circuit Breakers
This field installation kit is for changing fixed circuit breakers to the desired bus configurations.

Terminal Fixed Continuous Short Circuit


Adapter Magnum Breaker Current Rating Catalog Number
Kit Type Frame Type Poles (A) (kA)

Vertical Narrow 3 pole 800 - 2000 Up to 65 MVADP320N


Vertical Standard 3 pole 800 - 1600 Up to 65 MVADP16
Vertical Standard 3 pole Up to 2000 Up to 100 MVADP20
Vertical Standard 3 pole 2500 - 3200 All MVADP32
Vertical Double 3 pole 4000 All MVADP40
Vertical Double 3 pole 5000 All MVADP50

Vertical Narrow 4 pole 800 - 2000 Up to 65 MVADP420N


Vertical Standard 4 pole 800 - 1600 Up to 65 MVADP416
Vertical Standard 4 pole Up to 2000 Up to 100 MVADP420
Vertical Standard 4 pole 2500 - 3200 All MVADP432
Vertical Double 4 pole 4000 All MVADP440
Vertical Double 4 pole 5000 All MVADP450

Front Mount Narrow 3 pole 800 - 1200 Up to 65 NFC312KT


Front Narrow 3 pole 1600 - 2000 Up to 65 NFC320KT
Front Standard 3 pole 800 - 1200 Up to 100 SFNTC312
Front Standard 3 pole 1600 - 2500 Up to 100 SFNTC325
Front Standard 3 pole 3200 All SFNTC332
Front Double 3 pole 4000 All Contact C-H
Front Double 3 pole 5000 All Contact C-H

Front Narrow 4 pole 800 - 1200 Up to 65 NFC412KT


Front Narrow 4 pole 1600 - 2000 Up to 65 NFC420KT
Front Mount Standard 4 pole 800 - 1200 Up to 100 SFNTC412
Front Mount Standard 4 pole 1600 - 2500 Up to 100 SFNTC425
Front Mount Double 4 pole 3200 All SFNTC432
Front Mount Double 4 pole 4000 All Contact C-H
Front Mount Double 3 pole 5000 All Contact C-H

Table 3.41 Primary Terminal Adapter Field


Option Kits for Drawout Circuit Cassettes
This field installation kit is for changing drawout cassettes to the desired bus configurations.

Terminal Kit Qty. Drawout Drawout Continuous


Adapter Required Per Magnum Cassette Breaker Current Catalog Number
Kit Type Cassette Frame Type Type Poles (A)

Vertical 1 Narrow Narrow 3 pole 800 - 1600 MVADP320N

Vertical 1 Narrow Narrow 4 pole 800 - 1600 MVADP420N


L-Bus 1 Standard Universal 3 pole 800 - 2000 MUBADP316
L-Bus 1 Standard Universal 3 pole 2500 - 3000 MUBADP330
L-Bus (with Heat Sinks) 1 Standard Universal 3 pole 3200 MUBADP332
Heat Sink Kit (No Bus) 1 Standard Universal 3 pole 3200 MUBHS332
L-Bus 2 Double Universal 3 pole 4000 - 5000 MUBADP330
L-Bus 1 Standard Universal 4 pole 800 - 2000 MUBADP416
L-Bus 1 Standard Universal 4 pole 2500 - 3000 MUBADP430
L-Bus (with Heat Sinks) 1 Standard Universal 4 pole 3200 MUBADP432
Heat Sink Kit (No Bus) 1 Standard Universal 4 pole 3200 MUBHS432
L-Bus 2 Double Universal 4 pole 4000 MUBADP430
Vertical Bus Stab 1 Standard Basic 3 pole 800 - 2000 Contact C-H
Vertical Bus Stab 1 Standard Basic 3 pole 2500 - 3200 Contact C-H
Vertical Bus Stab 1 Double Basic 3 pole 4000 Contact C-H
Vertical Bus Stab 1 Double Basic 3 pole 5000 Contact C-H

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Table 3.42 Mechanical Interlock Assembly Kits


This is an external field installation kit for fixed or drawout circuit breakers. Select a Mechanical
Interlock Kit and Rod or Cable Kits (Table 3.43) for complete assembly as indicated.

Configuration
of Interlocked Type of Breaker Interlock Kit Catalog Number Comments
Breakers Type of Kit

2 Way Fixed Rod Type 2 MI2FR Kit also requires 1 Rod Kit
2 Way Fixed Cable Type 2 MI2FC Kit also requires 1 Cable Kit
3 Way Fixed Cable Type 31 MI31FC Kit also requires 2 Cable Kits
3 Way Fixed Cable Type 32 MI32FC Kit also requires 3 Cable Kits
3 Way Fixed Cable Type 33 MI33FC Kit also requires 3 Cable Kits

2 Way Drawout Rod Type 2 MI2DR Kit also requires 1 Rod Kit
2 Way Drawout Cable Type 2 MI2DC Kit also requires 1 Cable Kit
3 Way Drawout Cable Type 31 MI31DC Kit also requires 2 Cable Kits
3 Way Drawout Cable Type 32 MI32DC Kit also requires 3 Cable Kits
3 Way Drawout Cable Type 33 MI33DC Kit also requires 3 Cable Kits

Table 3.43 Rod or Cable Kits


This is an external field installation kit for fixed or drawout circuit
breakers. It is required for the assembly of Mechanical Interlock
Assembly Kits (Table 3.42)

Catalog Number
Kit Type of Kit Comments

Rod Type MIR Includes 2 Rods 3 feet long (910 mm) each
Cable Type MIC5 Includes 2 Cables 5 feet long (1520 mm) each
Cable Type MIC6 Includes 2 Cables 6 feet long (1830 mm) each
Cable Type MIC8 Includes 2 Cables 8 feet long (2440 mm) each
Cable Type MIC10 Includes 2 Cables 10 feet long (3050 mm) each Cassette-Mounted 2-Way Cable
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Table 3.44 Miscellaneous Accessories

Description Catalog Number Kit Contents/Accessory Function

Breaker Maintenance and Handling


Levering Device None Required Special levering device not required. Use 10 mm socket and drive set
Lifting Yoke (3-pole Narrow Frame) 8651C91G09 Fits 3-pole Narrow Frame Circuit Breaker
Lifting Yoke (3-pole Standard Frame) 8651C91G02 Fits 3-pole Standard Frame Circuit Breaker
Lifting Yoke (3-pole Double Frame) 8651C91G05 Fits 3-pole Double Frame Circuit Breaker
Lifting Yoke (4-pole Narrow Frame) 8651C91G10 Fits 4-pole Narrow Frame Circuit Breaker
Lifting Yoke (4-pole Standard Frame) 8651C91G07 Fits 4-pole Standard Frame Circuit Breaker
Lifting Yoke (4-pole Double Frame) 8651C91G08 Fits 4-pole Double Frame Circuit Breaker
Roll on Floor Lifting Device 6727D63H20 Lifts breaker fitted with lofting yoke from above
Magnum Test Cabinet Contact C-H For testing electrical operation of circuit breaker

Breaker Trip Unit Test Devices and Accessories


Magnum Trip Unit Tester MTST1 Hand-Held Tester fpr Digitrip 220, 520, 520M and 520MC Trip Units
Auxiliary Power Module PRTAAPM Provides 32 Vdc auxiliary power to Digitrip 520M, 520MC and 1150 Trip Units
Secondary Injection Adapter Cable MTADPTC Adapter cable to test Magnum trip unit with DS-II test kit
Triplink Cable 5720B59G01 Downloads Trip Unit Settings from one Digitrip RMS 1150 Trip Unit to another

Miscellaneous Breaker and Enclosure Accessories


Door Escutcheon and Gasket Kit MDES Escutcheon, Gasket and Mounting Hardware
Door Cut-out Cover MDCC Covers door cavity for future breaker compartments
IP54 Door Cover Kit MDESC IP54 Cover, Gasket and Mounting Hardware
Cassette Rejection Bracket Kit MCELLREJBK Circuit Breaker Cell Rejection Bracket Kit (Cassette Mounting)
Capacitor Unit for Breaker Capacitor Trip Contact C-H Enclosure Mounted AC Capacitor Unit for circuit breaker Capacitor Trip
CT Shorting and Jumper Terminal Block Kit MSJB One CT jumper block and one CT shorting block with mounting hardware
CT Jumper Block Kit MJB One CT jumper block with mounting hardware
CT Shorting Block Kit MSB One CT shorting block with mounting hardware

Peripheral Devices
MODBUS Mint Translator MMINT Translates INCOM for up to 32 Communicating Trip Units to Modbus
Digital Relay Accessory Module DRAM Used with Accessory Bus on Digitrip 1150 Trip Unit

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Engineering Data Reference Chart


Sections Reference # Product Description For Use with or Installation of
Breaker Instruction 2C12060H05 Magnum DS Fixed/Drawout Power Circuit Breakers (ANSI) Installation, Operation and Maintenace
Book 2C13060H03 Magnum Fixed/Drawout Power Circuit Breakers (IEC) Installation, Operation and Maintenace

Trip Unit IL 70C1036H03 Digitrip Models 1150 & 1150i Trip Units (includes 1150P) 2A11799G40 - G44
70C1037H04 Digitrip Models 220, 220+, 520, 520i, 520Mi, 520MC & 520MCi Trip Units 2A11799G01 - G33
70C1080H02 Ground Fault Alarm Power Supply 7802C83G01/G02

Breaker Accessory 2C14766H01 Breaker Auxiliary Switch Field Option Kit 2A11796
and Field Option Kit 2C14761H01 Breaker Spring Release Field Option Kit 2A11792
2C14762H01 Breaker Shunt Trip Field Option Kit 2A11791
2C14760H01 Breaker Undervoltage Release Field Option Kit 2A11793
2C13769H02 Breaker Motor Operator Field Option Kit (For Narrow, Standard & Double Frame) 2A11794G41 - G46
2C13769H01 Breaker Motor Operator Field Option Kit (For Standard & Double Frame Only) 2A11794G22 - G35
2C12769H01 Latch Check Switch for use with Spring Release Field Option Kit 2C13797G01
2C12769H02 Latch Check Switch (accessible) Field Option Kit 2C13797G02
2C12865H01 Charging Handle Replacement Kit 2A10892
2A11851H10 Center Pull Handle Replacement Parts Kit 2A11851
2C12895H01 Pushbutton Cover Field Option Kit 2C12890
2C13761H01 Breaker Kirk Key Interlock Provision Field Option Kit 2C12891G01
2C13763H01 Breaker Castell Key Interlock Provision Field Option Kit 2C12891G02
2C13760H01 Breaker Ronis Key Interlock Provision Field Option Kit 2C12891G03
2C13766H01 Breaker Pop-out Trip Indicator with Switches Field Option Kit 1B93491
2C13795H03 Fixed Breaker Secondary Terminal Mounting Bracket Field Option Kit 2C13794
2C13820H01 Front Mounted Standard Terminal Field Option Kit 2A10820
2C14763H01 800-1600A Vertical Adapter Field Option Kit 2A11795G01, G11 & G41
2C14764H01 2000A Vertical Adapter Field Option Kit 2A11795G02, G12 & G42
2C14765H01 3000-3200A Vertical Adapter Field Option Kit 2A11795G48, G49, G53, G54, G56 G58
2C12894H01 Door Escutcheon with Gasket Field Option Kit 2C12893
2C14767H01 Breaker Operations Counter Field Option Kit 2A10890
2C13764H01 Non-Auto Breaker Trip Unit Cover Field Option Kit 2A11797

Cassette Accessory 2C12093H01 3 Pole ANSI Cassette Shutters Field Option Kit 2C12998
and Field Option Kit 2C12093H02 4 Pole ANSI Cassette Shutters Field Option Kit 2C12998
2C13768H01 IEC 800-3200A Cassette Shutters Field Option Kit 1B93096
2C13765H01 IEC 4000-6300A Cassette Shutters Field Option Kit 1B93098
2C13860H01 Cassette Universal Bus Adapter Field Option Kit 2A10670
2C14691H01 Cassette Key Interlock Provision Field Option Kit 1B93091
2C14694H01 ANSI Cassette Cell Switch Field Option Kit 1B93090
2C14694H02 IEC Cassette Cell Switch Field Option Kit 2C13793
2C14696H01 Cassette CT Shorting & Jumper Block Field Option Kit 1B93094

Miscellaneous 2C12766H01 Fixed Breaker 2-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G02, 2A11858G01
Accessories 2C12767H01 Fixed Breaker 2-Way Rod Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11856G02, 2A11859G02
2C12768H01 Drawout Breaker 2-Way Rod Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11856G01, 2A11859G01
2C12860H01 Drawout Breaker 2-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G01, 2A11858
2C12861H01 Drawout Breaker MI31 3-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G03/G07, 2A11858
2C12862H01 Fixed Breaker MI31 3-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G04/G08, 2A11858
2C12863H01 Drawout Breaker MI32 3-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G05, 2A11858
2C12864H01 Fixed Breaker MI32 3-Way Cable Interlock Field Option Kit 2A11857G06, 2A11858
2C13790H01 Secondary Wiring Kit to 6 Point Termination Block Field Option Kit 1B93093
2C14695H01 6 Point Terminal Block Field Option Kit 1B93092
2C12896H01 Drawout Breaker 1100V Arc Hood Barrier Field Option Kit 2A10800G02
2C12896H02 Fixed Breaker 1100V Arc Hood Barrier Field Option Kit 2A10800G12
2C12898H01 Fixed Breaker Arc Hood Barrier Field Option Kit 2C12898
2C12760H01 Breaker Stationary Contact Replacement Kit 2A10896
Renewal Parts Kit
2C12761H01 Breaker Moving Contact Replacement Kit 2C12761
2C12762H01 Breaker Secondary Disconnect Block Replacement Kit 2A10899
2C12763H01 Breaker Terminal Block Replacement Kit 2A10854
2C12764H01 Breaker Accessory Tray Replacement Kit 2A10891
2C12866H01 Levering Mechanism Assembly Replacement Kit 2A10855
2C12867H01 Levering Door Mechanism Assembly Replacement Kit 2A10894
2C13762H01 Breaker Current Sensor & Rating Plug Replacement Kit 2A11798
2C12061H02 Hatchet Assembly Replacement Parts Kit 2A11855
2C12897H01 Drawout 2500-3200A Breaker Vertical Adapter Replacement Kit 2A11795G48-49 & G53-54
2C12899H01 Drawout Breaker Standard/Double Frame Rejection Bracket Replacement Kit 2A11893G01, G02
2C13767H01 Cassette Standard/Double Frame Rejection Bracket Replacement Kit 1B92695G01, G02 & G51
2C15860H01 Drawout Breaker Narrow Frame Rejection Bracket Replacement Kit 2A11893G92-G94

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 220/520/520i/520M/520Mi/520MC/520MCi (100-3200A)

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 520/520i/520M/520Mi/520MC/520MCi (5000A ABCABC Phasing)

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 520/520i/520M/520Mi/520MC/520MCi (5000A AABBCC Phasing)

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 1150, 1150i (100-3200A)

16. JUMPERING B-3 (NPOW) TO B-7 TERMINAL WILL ELIMINATE


REVERSE POWER CONDITION.
SEE NOTE 16

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 1150/1150i (5000A ABCABC Phasing)

15. JUMPERING B-3 (NPOW) TO B-7 TERMINAL WILL ELIMINATE


REVERSE POWER CONDITION.
SEE NOTE 15

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Connection Diagram Digitrip 1150/1150i (5000A AABBCC Phasing)

15. JUMPERING B-3 (NPOW) TO B-7 TERMINAL WILL ELIMINATE


REVERSE POWER CONDITION.
SEE NOTE 15

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Narrow Frame Cassette Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 800-2000A)

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Standard Frame Universal Cassette Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 800-3200A)

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Double Wide Frame Universal Cassette Overall Dimensions (6 and 8 pole, 4000-5000A)

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Standard Frame Basic Cassette Overall Dimensions (3 pole, 800-3200A)

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Double Wide Frame Basic Cassette Overall Dimensions (3 pole, 4000-5000A)

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Narrow Frame Fixed Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 800-2000A)

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Standard Frame Fixed Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 800-1600A)

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Standard Frame Fixed Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 2000A)

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Standard Frame Fixed Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 3200A)

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Double Wide Frame Fixed Overall Dimensions (3 and 4 pole, 4000-6300A)

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