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BULLETIN 140U/UE
Molded Case Circuit Breakers
CATALOG NUMBERS 140U/UE

Bulletin 140U/UE

Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Electrical Specifications
• Standards • Interrupting Ratings • Rated Insulation Voltage • Rated Impulse Withstand Voltage • Rated Operational Voltage • Permissible Ambient Temperature • DC-Rated Short Circuit Breaking Capacity • Utilization Category • Power Loss 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5

Auxiliary Circuit Specifications
• Internal Control Module Terminations • Auxiliary and Alarm Contacts • Undervoltage Release • Shunt Trips 5 5 6 6

Mechanical Specifications
• Weight • Dimensions • Mounting Hardware • Terminals, Lugs, and End Caps 7 7 7 7

Termination Specifications
• G- & H-Frames • J- & K-Frames • L- & M-Frames • N-Frame 8 10 12 14

Dimension Drawings
• G-Frame • H-Frame • J-Frame • K-Frame • L-Frame • M-Frame • N-Frame 18 20 23 24 25 27 28

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Bulletin 140U/UE

Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Time-Current Curves
• G-Frame 100 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs • H-Frame 125 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs • J-Frame 250 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs • J-Frame 250 A Electronic LS MCCBs • J-Frame 250 A Electronic LSI MCCBs • J-Frame 250 A Electronic LSG & LSIG MCCBs • K-Frame 400 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs —35, 65 kA (-K3, -K6) —100 kA (-K0) • K-Frame 400 A Electronic LS,LSG MCCBs —35, 65 kA (-K3, -K6) —100 kA (-K0) • K-Frame 400 A Electronic LSI,LSIG MCCBs —35, 65 kA (-K3, -K6) —100 kA (-K0) • K-Frame 400 A Electronic MCCBs with Ground Fault Protection • L-Frame 600 UL (630 IEC) A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs • Q-Frame 600 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs —35, 65 kA (-Q3, -Q6) • M-Frame 800 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs (300…600 A) —50, 65 A (-M5, -M6) • M-Frame 800 A Thermal-Magnetic MCCBs (700 & 800 A) —50, 65 A (-M5, -M6) • M-Frame Electronic LS, LSG MCCBs —50, 65 A (-M5, -M6) • M-Frame Electronic LSI, LSIG MCCBs —50, 65 A (-M5, -M6) • M-Frame 800A Electronic MCCBs with Ground Fault Protection • N-Frame Electronic LS MCCBs • N-Frame Electronic LSI MCCBs • N-Frame Electronic LSG, LSIG MCCBs with Ground Fault Protection 27 28 29 35 36 37 40 40 41 42 40 41 40 40 41 44 48 52 52 52 53 52 54 55 55 55 56 57 58 59 60

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4 750 690 J 250 250 3 750 690 K 400 400 3 750 690 L 600 600 3 750 690 L (UE) 630 630 3. 3 750 690 H (UE) 160 160 3.AC [V] 440 480 690 600/347 690 600/347 690 600 690 600 690 600 690 600 690 600 690 600 UL/NEMA (60 [V] Hz) UL 489 CSA 22. 3 2-3P 415 690 H 125 125 1. 2. 4 750 690 M 800 800 3 750 690 N 1200 800/1200 3 750 690 No. M-.Rated Short Circuit Breaking Capacity (kA) Time Constant < 8ms. L-.com/catalogs . Low Setting/High Setting Derating Factor (%) Molded Case Circuit Breaker At 40° C At 50° C At 55° C At 60° C At 70° C At 40° C At 50° C At 55° C At 60° C At 70° C 100 96 93 91 86 — — — — — 100 /100 96/92 93/87 91/83 86/73 100 100 96 81 86 100 /100 96/92 93/87 91/83 86/73 100 100 96 81 86 100/100 96/94 94/90 92/87 88/80 Isolation Switch 100 100 96 88 82 100 100 96 90 85 100 100 95 90 84 100 100 95 90 84 100 100 95 90 84 100 91 85 81 — 100/100 96/92 93/87 90/84 85/75 100/100 96/91 93/86 90/82 84/70 100/100 96/91 93/86 90/82 84/70 100/100 96/91 93/86 90/82 84/70 100 91 85 81 — — — ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ DC .2 No. ‡ Bulletin 140UE versions of the H-. on Fixed Thermal. J-. 5 IEC 60947-2 — Standards Compliance — — ‡ ‡ — Ambient Operating Temperature Range +16…140°F (–8. non-inductive loads 1 Pole 2 Poles in Series 3 Poles in Series 250V 440V 660V 10 (2p) 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 20 30 10 — — — — — Thermal set at max. and N-Frame only comply with IEC 60947-2.9…60°C) Permissible Ambient Temperature.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Electrical Specifications Frame Size Interrupting Ratings Max Rated Current In Frame Ratings [A] [A] G 100 100 2.ab. of Poles Main Poles Auxiliary Circuit Main Conductors Auxiliary Circuits IEC (50 Hz) [V] [V] Rated Insulation Voltage (U) According to IEC 60947-2 Rated Impulse Withstand Voltage (Uimp) [kV] [kV] 2-3P 6 4 6 4 6 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 Rated Operational Voltage (Ue) . 6 Visit our website: www.

.15 6 0..com/catalogs 7 .8..12.82 7.Ith Rated Making Capacities Rated Operational Current (AC15) 230V 400V 480V 690V Rated Operational Current (DC13) 24V 125V 240V [A] [A] [A] 5 — — 6 0. (cm) AWG mm2 Lb-in N•m 48 (122) #18 0..4 0.82 7..4 0.5 0.82 7.4 0.4 Auxiliary & Alarm Contacts Rated Thermal Current .4 48 (122) #18 0.1.4 48 (122) #18 0..8.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Electrical Specifications.1..12..4 0.5 0.12.8. 3-Phase Symmetrical Load Molded Case Circuit Breaker Molded Case Switch [W] 50 50 — 75 175 250 — 87 87/210 H A 300 300 H (UE) A 300 J A 240 Power Loss K A 240 L A 240 L (UE) A 240 M A 60 N A 60 [W] 40 40 — 75 107 160 — 87 87/210 Auxiliary Circuit Specifications Frame Size G with Terminal Connections ..25 0.8.25 (600V) 0.4 0.82 7.25 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 [A] 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 [A] 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Back-up Protection (max rating) Fuses Miniature Circuit Breakers [A] [A] 6 6 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4/4 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4 6/4/4 6/4 Visit our website: www....1.15 6 0.8.15 6 0.4 48 (122) #18 0.1.82 7.5 0.82 7.ab.25 0.5 0.4 48 (122) #18 0.8.4 48 (122) #18 0..5 0.5 0.1...5 0.15 [A] [A] [A] [A] 6 (240V) — — — 0....4 0.15 6 0.25 0.4 48 (122) #18 0. Continued Frame Size G Utlization Category Maximum Switching Ops/hour Frequency At maximum rated current (In).8.12.12.82 7.4 48 (122) #18 0.8.5 0.1.15 6 0.12.Cable Size Wire size range Lead Length Wire size range Tightening Torque AWG mm2 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — H H (UE) J K L L (UE) M N Internal Control Module Terminations with Supplied Leads in.25 0.12.12.1.82 7.15 6 0.8.25 (600V) 0.4 0.82 7.12.25 0.15 6 0.4 0.1.4 0.4 48 (122) #18 0.1.

Bulletin 140U/UE

Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Auxiliary Circuit Specifications, Continued
Frame Size G Response Voltage Drop-out (CB trip) Pick-up (CB switch on) AC (50/60 Hz) 12V 24V 48…60V 110…127V 208…240V 380…500V 525…600V DC 12V 24V 48…60V 110…125V 220…250V Max. Operating Time Response Voltage Pick-up (CB Trip) AC (50/60 Hz) 24V 48…60V 110…240V 380…440V 480…600V DC 12V 24V 48…60V 110…125V 220…250V Max. Operating Time [W] [W] [W] [W] [W] [ms] — — — — — 50 29 120 475…720 99…121 — 50 29 120 475…720 99…121 — 50 164 631 830…1580 112…150 — 50 164 631 830…1580 112…150 40…58 50 79 1000 18…31 112…150 — 50 79 1000 18…31 112…150 — 50 35 170 710…1105 110…140 41…54 50 46 405 58…94 74…98 38…49 62 [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] — — 135…500 — — 10 139…210 83…360 — 418…1080 10 139…210 83…360 — 418…1080 87…405 710…1105 66…432 127…188 34…60 87…405 710…1105 66…432 127…188 34…60 87…405 710…1105 66…432 127…188 34…60 87…405 710…1105 66…432 127…188 34…60 200 830…1280 100…550 95…136 40…70 86…631 48…71 81…505 43…68 41…69 [Us] 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% 70…110% [W] [W] [W] [W] [W] [ms] — — — — — 50 0.88 0.7 1.12…1.76 0.94…1.21 1.45…1.86 50 0.88 0.7 1.12…1.76 0.94…1.21 1.45…1.86 50 1.6 3.1 2.0…3.1 1.6…2.2 3.1…4 50 Shunt Trips 1.6 3.1 2.0…3.1 1.6…2.2 3.1…4 50 1.6 3.1 2.0…3.1 1.6…2.2 3.1…4 50 1.6 3.1 2.0…3.1 1.6…2.2 3.1…4 50 1.6 3.1 2.0…3.1 1.6…2.2 3.1…4 50 2.6 3.6 3.5…5.5 2.9…3.6 4.8…6.3 80 [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] [VA] — 5.3 1.5 1.8 1.4 4.8 0.95 0.72 1.15 …1.78 0..96…1.25 1.28…1.68 2.2…3.9 0.95 0.72 1.15 …1.78 0..96…1.25 1.28…1.68 2.2…3.9 1.9 3.9 2.5…3.8 1.8…2.4 2.7…3.8 3.4…5.8 1.9 3.9 2.5…3.8 1.8…2.4 2.7…3.8 3.4…5.8 1.9 3.9 2.5…3.8 1.8…2.4 2.7…3.8 3.4…5.8 3.4…4.3 1.9 3.9 2.5…3.8 1.8…2.4 2.7…3.8 3.4…5.8 3.4…4.3 1.9 3.9 2.5…3.8 1.8…2.4 2.7…3.8 3.4…5.8 3.4…5.4 1.9 2.4 2.3…4.1 3.4…4.2 4.8…6.5 6.8…12.0 [Us] [Us] 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% 35…70% 85…110% H H (UE) J K L L (UE) M N Undervoltage Releases

Power Consumption

Power Consumption

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Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Mechanical Specifications
Frame Size G [lb.] [kg] [lb.] [kg] [lb.] [kg] [lb.] [kg] Height 1-Pole Width Depth Height 2-Pole Width Depth Height 3-Pole Width Depth Height 4-Pole Width Depth Endurance Operating Cycles — — 1.5 0.7 2.2 1 — — — — — 4.88 (124.0) 2 (50.8) 2.81 (71.4) 4.88 (124.0) 3 (76.2) 2.81 (71.4) — — — 10000 H 1.0 0.45 2.0 0.91 3.0 1.36 4.0 1.81 5.5 (139.7) 1 (25.4) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 2 (50.8) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 3 (76.2) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 4 (101.6) 3 (76.2) 10000 H (UE) 1.0 0.45 2.0 0.91 3.0 1.36 0.0 — 5.5 (139.7) 1 (25.4) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 2 (50.8) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 3 (76.2) 3 (76.2) 5.5 (139.7) 4 (101.6) 3 (76.2) 10000 J Weight (approx.) 1-Pole 2-Pole 3-Pole 4-Pole — — 11.4 5.2 11.4 5.2 15.4 7 7 (177.8) 4.13 (105) 4.05 (103) 7 (177.8) 4.13 (105) 4.05 (103) 7 (177.8) 4.13 (105) 4.05 (103) 7 (177.8) 5.51 (140) 4.05 (103) 10000 Mounting Hardware Imperial (in.) Cat. No. Metric Cat. No. Quantity Style Tightening Torque Lb-in N•m 0.138-32 x 2.63 0.138-32 x 3.00 — — — — 0.250-20 x 1.75 0.3125-18 x 3.9 0.3125-18 x 3.9 0.3125-18 x 1.25 140U-MMHS 0.3125-18 x 1.25 140U-N-MHS — — — — 13.4 6.1 16.1 7.3 — — — — — — 10.16 (258) 5.51 (140) 4.09 (104) 10.16 (258) 7.2 (183) 4.09 (104) 10000 — — — — 13.4 6.1 16.1 7.3 — — — — — — 10.16 (258) 5.51 (140) 4.09 (104) 10.16 (258) 7.2 (183) 4.09 (104) 8000 — — — — 13.4 6.1 16.1 7.3 — — — — — — 10.16 (258) 5.51 (140) 4.09 (104) 10.16 (258) 7.2 (183) 4.09 (104) 8000 — — — — 43.9 19.9 — — — — — — — — 16 (406) 8.25 (210) 4.05 (103) — — — 3000 — — — — 46.9 21.3 62.3 28.3 — — — — — — 15.98 (406) 8.27 (210) 4.09 (104) 15.98 (406) 11.02 (280) 4.09 (104) 3000 K L L (UE) M N

Dimensions in Inches (mm)

140U-G-MHS 140U-H-MHS

140U-K-MHS 140U-L-MHS 140U-L-MHS

M4 x 0.7 x 75 M4 0.7 x 75 M4 x 0.7 x 75 M4 x 0.7 x 90 M6 x 1.0 x 45 M5 x 0.8 x M5 x 0.8 x M8 x 1.0 x 35 M8 x 1.0 x 35 mm mm mm mm mm 100 mm 100 mm mm mm 140U-G140U-H140U-H140U-K140U-M140U-N140U-J-MHM 140U-L-MHM 140U-L-MHM MHM MHM MHM MHM MHM MHM 4 Pan Head 15 1.69 4 Pan Head 15 1.69 4 Pan Head 15 1.69 4 Pan Head 10 1.13 4 Pan Head 20…25 2…3 4 Pan Head 25 3 4 Pan Head 25 3 4 Pan Head 28 3 4 Pan Head 28 3

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Bulletin 140U/UE

Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Terminal and Lugs Specifications
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters). Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes. Terminals Specification Material A Dim. B C Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m 1/2 (12.7) 3/8 (9.53) 1/8 (3.175) Specification Std/Optional Cat. No. Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Lb-in N•m Box Lugs Standard — Steel Flathead 10 0.2 Cu Only 60°/75°C 1 1/2 12.7 #14…3 2.5…26 Slotted #8 40 lb-in. 10 mm 4.5 N•m #6…3 45 lb-in. 16…26 mm 5.1 N•m — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-H-MTL3A Aluminum Lugs Multitap — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-H-MTL6A Aluminum — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Frame Size

End Cap — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140UH-ECM Molded Housing —

Slip on Terminal box lug Fastene r Torque — —

Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating Cable Quantity

G

A

Wire Strip Length Wire Range

in. mm AWG mm2

C

Terminal Type
B

Lb-in #14…10 36 lb-in. Wire Torque N•m 2.5…6 mm 3.9 N•m

Material A B C D Fastener Lb-in Torque N•m 1/2 (12.7) 7/16 (10.99) 1/4 (6.35) 1/5 (5.0)

Std/Optional Cat. No. Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Lb-in N•m

Standard — Steel

Dim.

Flathead

#10-32 Slotted Screw

#10-32 Slotted Screw

Flathea Terminal d Fastene 35…50 r Torque 4.0…5. 6

10 0.2 Cu Only 60°/75°C (1) 1/2

45 lb-in 5 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C (3)

45 lb-in 5 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C (6)

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Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in.

H

A

(A) (B) (C) 1(A) (B) (C) 13/8…1/ 3/4…7/ 1/4…1- 3/8…1/ 3/4…7/ 1/4…12 in. 8 in. 3/8 in. 2 in. 8 in. 3/8 in. (A) 9…13 mm #3 3/0 35…95 (B) 19…22 mm #14…#2 2.5…35 Allen - 5/32 in. (4 mm) 50 5.6 70 lb-in 7.9 N•m (C) 32…35 mm (A) 9…13 mm (B) 19…22 mm #14…#6 2.5…10 Allen - 3/32 in. (3 mm) 25 lb-in 2.8 N•m (C) 32…35 mm

mm
D C

12.7 #14…1 0 #8 10 #6…4 16…25

— — — Allen - 4 mm 34…38 Lb-in 3.8…4.3 N•m

Wire Range
B

AWG

mm2 2.5…6

Terminal Type Lb-in N•m 35 4.0

Slotted 40 4.5 45 5.1

Wire Torque

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mm AWG D C Wire Range B mm2 25…185 Lb-in N•m Terminal Type Wire Torque Material A Dim.com/catalogs 11 .05 4…350 MCM 25…185 Allen 250 28 Optional 140U-KTLA1 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLA1A — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLC2 Copper Mechanical Lugs — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLA2 Alumium — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLC1A Copper — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLA2A — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLA1B — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Optional 140U-KTLC1B Copper 5/16(7.75 19.9) Terminal Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m 96 10.4 96 10. B C D Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m 1(25.4) 3/4(19. mm K A AWG D C 250… 500 250… 500 #3…350 3/0…250 3/0…250 3…350 Wire Range B 2/0…250 MCM (2) 500…75 or 0 2/0…500 (1) 70…120 (2) or 70…240 (1) 275…37 5 31 or 42 300…40 0 (1) 500…75 0 mm2 120… 240 120… 240 30…185 95…120 95…120 30…185 — Terminal Type Wire Torque Lb-in N•m Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 Allen 3/8 375 42 375 42 275 31 275 31 275 31 275 31 550 62 550 62 Visit our website: www. Material Alumium Alumium Alumium Alumium Terminal Fastener Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hex 7/32 Hardware 11/32(8.4 96 10.94) Terminal Fastener Hardware 5/16(8.05 4…350 MCM Allen 180 20 Optional 140U-KTLC1 Copper Optional 140U-JTLA1 Alumium Phillips head 10 0.4 96 10. No. Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.8 Cu Only 60/75°C (2) 1 25.2 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 0. B C D Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m J A Lugs Specification Std/Optional 3/4(19.ab.4 Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in. Continued Dimensions are in inches (millimeters). Material Box Lugs Optional 140U-JTLS1 Steel Phillips Head 10 0.4 96 10.8 Cu Only 60/75°C (1) 1 25.0) Hex 180/250 20/28 Terminal Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in.4 96 10.8 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 1 25.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Terminal and Lugs Specifications.4 96 10.8 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 1 25.4 96 10.8 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 1 25. Terminals Frame Size Specification Material A Dim.53) Hex 275/375 3/42 Std/Optional Cat.8 Cu Only 60/75°C (1) 1 25.75 19.8 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1 25.2 Cu Only 60/75°C (1) 0. No.05) 3/8(9.88) Cat.4 96 10.05) 5/8(15.8 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1 25.8 Cu Only 60/75°C (1) 1 25.

(C) 48…57 mm (C) 1-1/4…13/8 in.8 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C (3) (A) 9/16. (C) 48…57 mm (C) 1-1/4…13/8 in.…3/4 (B) 1-3/16.375 x 25 screw 72 -96 lb-in 8.…1in. (B) 19…22 mm #14…#6 2.com/catalogs .8 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C (6) (A) 9/16.3/32 in. Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Terminal Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating K Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in.…1in. No. (3 mm) 25 lb-in 2. (C) 32…35 mm Multitap Optional 140U-J-MTL6A Aluminum 1/4…20 screw 50 lb-in 5.3/16 in.4 mm 120…144 Lbin 14…16 N•m Optional 140U-K-ECM Molded Housing — — — — — — — — — — Allen . (A) 14…19 mm (B) 30…38 mm #12…2/0 4…70 Allen .8 N•m Optional 140U-K-MTL6A Aluminum .5/32 in. (A) 9…13 mm (B) 3/4…7/8 in.5…70 Allen .375 x 25 screw 72 -96 lb-in 8.8 mm 275 Lb-in 31 -m Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating J Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in.6 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C End Cap Optional 140U-J-ECM Molded Housing — — — — — — — — — — Allen .6…10. 1/2 in.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Lugs Frame Size Specification Std/Optional Cat. (4 mm) 70 lb-in 7. mm AWG mm2 Lb-in N•m Wire Range Terminal Type Wire Torque 12 Visit our website: www. Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Terminal Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m Optional 140U-J-MTL3A Aluminum 1/4…20 screw 50 lb-in 5.5…25 Allen . (5 mm) 120 lb-in 13.6…10.5 N•m (C) 1-7/8…21/4 in.ab. 25 lb-in 2. 1/2 in. (B) 19…22 mm #14…#2 2. mm Wire Range AWG mm2 Terminal Type Wire Torque Lb-in N•m Std/Optional Cat. (C) 32…35 mm (6) (A) 3/8…1/2 in.…3/4 (B) 1-3/16. (A) 14…19 mm (B) 30…38 mm #14…2 AWG 2. (A) 9…13 mm (B) 3/4…7/8 in.1/8 in. No.9 N•m Optional 140U-K-MTL3A Aluminum .5…10 Allen .8 N•m (C) 1-7/8…21/4 in.6 N•m Cu/Al 60/75°C (3) (A) 3/8…1/2 in.

5 Cu only 60/75°C (3) 1-1/16 27 3/0…300 95…185 275 31 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1-1/16 27 1…500 50…240 375 42 Cu only 60/75°C (2) 1-1/16 27 2/0…500 70…240 300 34 Cu/Al 60/75°C (3) 1-1/16 27 3/0…400 95…185 375 42 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1-1/16 27 500…750 95…185 500 56 in. Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.99) 17/8 (45) 1/2 (12.2 Material A Dim.7) Socket 275/400 31.4) 15/16 (23.com/catalogs 13 .0) Slotted 42 3 Specification Std/Optional Cat. Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Terminal Fastener Torque Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length D ft-lb N•m Lb-in N•m 40.81) 1/2 (12.1/45. mm — — — — — — — C Wire Range B AWG mm2 Lb-in N•m Terminal Type Wire Torque Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Visit our website: www.5 40.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Terminal and Lugs Specifications. — — — — — — Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) 200 22 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 1-1/8 29 500…750 240…380 550 62 Optional 140U-MTLC3 Copper Bolt (19 mm) 30…35 200 22 Cu only 60/75°C (1) 1-1/8 29 500…750 240…380 500 57 Optional 140U-MTLA2 Aluminum Bolt (19 mm) 30…35 200 22 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1-1/8 29 2…500 35…240 375 42 Optional 140U-MTLC2 Copper Bolt (19 mm) 30…35 200 22 Cu only 60/75°C (2) 1-1/8 29 2…500 35…240 375 42 Optional 140U-MTLA3 Aluminum Bolt (19 mm) 30…35 200 22 Cu/Al 60/75°C (1) 1-1/8 29 2…500 35…240 375 42 Optional 140U-MTLA2A Aluminum Bolt (19 mm) 30…35 200 22 Cu only 60/75°C (1) 1-1/8 29 2…500 35…240 375 42 Optional — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating A Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length in. No. B C D Fastener Torque M A Std/Optional Cat. No.5 40. mm AWG mm2 Lb-in N•m — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — D C Wire Range Terminal Type B Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Hex (8 mm) Wire Torque 1-1/16 (26.5…47.0 (25.5…47.5…47.5…47. Frame Size Terminals Specification Material A B C D Fastener Torque L Lb-in N•m 1.5 40.5 40.ab.5…47.7) 33/64 (13.7) 1/2 (12. Continued Dimensions are in inches (millimeters). Material Terminal Fastener Hardware Terminal Fastener Torque Lb-in N•m Box Lugs — — — 140U-LTL6A1 Aluminum 140U-LTL6C1 Copper 140U-LTL6A2 Aluminum 140U-LTL6C2 Copper 140U-LTL4A1 Aluminum 140U-LTL4C1 Copper Lugs Mechanical Lugs Dim.

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(38 mm) 1/2 in. Terminals Frame Size Specification Material A B Dim. (12.5…47. Material Optional 140U-NTLA3 Aluminum Optional 140U-NTLA2 Aluminum Lugs Mechanical Lugs Optional 140U-NTLC2 Copper Optional 140U-NTLA4 Aluminum Optional 140U-NTLC3 Copper Optional 140U-NTLC4 Copper Terminal Fastener Hardware Terminal Fastener Torque Cable Type Cable Temperature Rating ft-lb Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 40.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Terminal and Lugs Specifications.5 Cu Only 60/75°C (2) 1 25.5…47.5…47.5x13 (12. Continued Dimensions are in inches (millimeters).5 Cu Only 60/75°C (4) 1 25.75) Specification Std/Optional Cat.7x1.5 Cu/Al 60/75°C (2) 1 25. Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.5 Cu/Al 60/75°C (4) 1 25.4 4/0…500 MCM 120…240 Hex (8 mm) 375 34 Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 40. C D Fastener Torque N Lb-in N•m — — 1-3/8 in.ab.5…47.4 3/0…400 MCM 95…185 Hex (8 mm) 275 31 N•m 40.5 Cu Only 60/75°C (3) 1 25. (35 mm) 1-1/2 in.5…47.4 3/0…500 MCM 95…240 Hex (8 mm) 300 34 Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 40.4 3/0…400 MCM 95…185 Hex (8 mm) 375 42 A Cable Quantity Wire Strip Length D C D Wire Range Terminal Type B Wire Torque Lb-in N•m Visit our website: www.4 #1…500 MCM 50…240 Hex (8 mm) 375 42 Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 40.5 Cu/Al 60/75°C (3) in.4 2/0…500 MCM 70…240 Hex (8 mm) 300 34 Bolt (19 mm) 35…45 40. No.com/catalogs 15 . mm AWG mm2 1 25.7 mm) (2) 0.5…47.

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8 kA 0.6 kA 1.5 kA 2.com/catalogs 27 .63 kA 0.6 kA — — 1.32 kA 0.2 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 20 32 40 0.5 kA 0.6 kA 1.6 kA 1.5 kA 2.3 kA 1.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Discrimination — Short-circuit level to which discrimination is achieved.32 kA 0.5 kA 0.6 kA 1.8 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 100 125 1.8 kA — — — — — — 0.6 kA 1.8 kA — — — — 0.3 kA 1.3 kA 1.3 kA 1. Upstream (max.5 kA 2.5 kA 0.3 kA 1. settings) "T" represents max.6 kA 1.6 kA 1.ab.4 kA 0.4 kA 0.63 kA — — — — — 0.8 kA 0.8 kA 0.5 kA 2.3 kA 1 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 160 1.5 kA 2.3 kA 1.2 kA — — — — — — — — 0.6 kA 1.8 kA 0.25 kA 1. or 70 kA version 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA — — — 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA 1 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Bulletin 140UE J-Frame 100 125 160 200 250 45 or 70 kA version T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA — — — — — — 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA — — 3 kA — 3 kA 3 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA — — — 1 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1.6 kA 1.6 kA 1.25 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — 10 kA 10 kA 10 kA — — 1.63 kA 0.3 kA 1 kA — — 1. 40.8 kA 0.3 kA 1. Bulletin 140UE H-Frame 16 Breaker Rating (A) 16 20 32 Bulletin 140UE H-Frame MCCB 18 kA & 25 kA versions 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 16 20 32 Bulletin 140UE H-Frame MCCB 45 kA & 70 kA versions 40 50 63 80 100 125 50 63 Bulletin 140UE J-Frame MCCB 45 kA & 70 kA versions 80 100 125 160 200 250 Bulletin 140UE L-Frame MCCB 50 kA & 70 kA versions Bulletin 140UE N-Frame MCCB 50 kA & 70 kA versions 250 320 400 500 630 800 1250 1600 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 0.5 kA — — — — — — — — — — Downstream Visit our website: www.3 kA 1.5 kA 0.8 kA 0.4 kA 0.63 kA 0.6 kA 1.3 kA 1.4 kA 0.6 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 50 80 18. discrimination to kA rating level of the downstream device.3 kA 1.8 kA 0.25 kA 1.5 kA 0.63 kA 0.63 kA 0.6 kA 1.63 kA 0.8 kA 0.63 kA 0.6 kA — — — — — — — — — — — 3 kA — 2 kA 2 kA 2 kA 2 kA 2 kA — — — — — — — — — — — 3 kA 3 kA 2.6 kA 1.3 kA 1.6 kA 1.8 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 63 0.63 kA 0.8 kA 0.1 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 50 0.6 kA 1.5 kA 0.6 kA 1.8 kA 0.3 kA 1.63 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 80 0.6 kA 1.6 kA 1.1 kA — — — — — — — 0. 25.

settings) "T" represents max. Bulletin 140UE L-Frame 250 Breaker Rating (A) 16 20 Bulletin 140UE H-Frame MCCB 18 kA & 25 kA versions 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 16 20 Bulletin 140UE H-Frame MCCB 45 kA & 70 kA versions 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 50 63 Bulletin 140UE J-Frame MCCB 45 kA & 70 kA versions 80 100 125 160 200 250 Bulletin 140UE L-Frame MCCB 50 kA & 70 kA versions Bulletin 140UE N-Frame MCCB 50 kA & 70 kA versions 250 320 400 500 630 800 1250 1600 T T T T T T T T T T 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 26 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — T T T T T T T T T T 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 26 kA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 320 400 50 or 70 kA versions T T T T T T T T T T 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 26 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA — — — — — — — — T T T T T T T T T T 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 26 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA — — — — — — — — T T T T T T T T T T 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 26 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA — — — — — — — — T T T T T T T T T T 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 22 kA — — — — 500 630 800 Bulletin 140UE N-Frame 1250 T T T T T T T T T T 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 22 kA — — — — 1600 T T T T T T T T T T 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 65 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 40 kA 22 kA — — — — 50. discrimination to kA rating level of the downstream device. 70. or 100 kA versions 28 Downstream Visit our website: www. Continued Upstream (max.ab.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Discrimination.com/catalogs .

000 6 00 700 8 00 900 1 000 2000 3000 5000 70 80 90 100 2 00 300 400 5 00 60.01 .01 .com/catalogs 29 .3 .05 .000 2. Amperes Single Pole 2 Poles in Series 500-1300 400-1100 1300-1800 700-1300 Symmetrical RMS Amperes 240 Volts 480 Volts 22. cold start.000 30.000 80.003 .000 70.000 50.000 1.000 40.000 500 500 300 300 200 200 100 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE 50 50 30 30 20 20 10 10 Maximum 5 Minimum 5 3 3 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 .000 6000 7000 8 000 9000 10. Maximum Volts Breaker Type 140U-G Ac Volts 60 Hz 480 3.001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING 40752-600 (1) SC-6030-95 Effective October 1997 Visit our website: www.000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5.000 100.000 600 700 800 900 1000 3000 4000 5 000 2000 400 300 500 200 .05 .000 50.000 5.1 .000 For application and coordination purposes only.000 2.1 .3 .02 Maximum Interrupting Time Interrupting Rating (See Tabulation Above) .2 .001 60 70 80 90 100 50 60.2 .000 1 HOUR 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 3.140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-G Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING 40 00 6000 70 00 8000 9000 10.5 .005 .000 80.000 65.ab. see below.03 Instantaneous Trip (See Tabulation Above) .000 10. Tested in open air with current in all poles except for instantaneous trip.000 70.03 .000 40.000 1.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves Bul.002 .000 90. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (60/75°C) per terminal.003 .002 .000 50 60 10. Based on 40 °C ambient.5 .005 .000 100.000 20.02 .000 30.000 90.000 Breaker Rating Continuous Amperes 15-60 70-100 Interrupting Rating (UL Listed) Breaker Type 140U-G Instantaneous Trip.000 20.

H-. 50/60 Hz 200 kA 100 80 0.2 cos = 0. Continued Bul. L-Frames Current Limiting Characteristics (Ip) 210…415V AC.com/catalogs .140U/UE Bulletin 140U/UE . J-.ab.25 60 L CUT-OFF CURRENT ID 40 0.3 20 J 10 8 6 H 4 2 5 7 10 20 30 50 kA 100 SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT ISrms 40752-610 (1) Effective April 2004 30 Visit our website: www.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.

Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-H Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers Thermal/Magnetic Trip Rated Operating Voltage : 600Y / 347V AC 480V AC 415 V AC Number of Poles: 3. Fixed Electromagnetic Release. Total Operation Time. Continued Bul. Notes: (a) (b) Fixed Inverse-Time Overcurrent Release. 4 o Ambient 40 C Interrupting Ratings . Magnetic Trip +30%. Magnetic Trip +30% Higher Than AC.ab.com/catalogs 31 .50/60 Hz RMS Symmetrical Amperes (kA). MagneticTrip Shown. DC Inst. Interrupting Rating determines end of Curve. (c) 1 minute (d) 1 minute 40752-601 (1) SC-XXX Effective March 2004 Visit our website: www. Individual Pole Inst. Icu Two Series Poles Inst.

3 20 J 10 8 6 H 4 2 5 7 10 20 30 50 kA 100 SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT ISrms 40752-610 (1) Effective April 2004 32 Visit our website: www. 50/60 Hz 200 kA 100 80 0. L-Frames Current Limiting Characteristics (Ip) 210…415V AC. Continued Bul.com/catalogs .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.2 cos = 0.140U/UE Bulletin 140U/UE . J-.25 60 L CUT-OFF CURRENT ID 40 0.H-.ab.

0 90.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.0 1000.005 . TC01212003E Effective September 2005 Ig (Amperes) Visit our website: www.0 200.04 .0 80. 2.0 400.01 .02 .01 .08 .0 70.09 .0 4.0 4.02 .06 .8 .007 .009 .003 .07 .0 2.3 . 3.1 .2 . opening time of the circuit breaker.0 9.0 1S TIME IN SECONDS 1.0 20.01 .0 8.0 100.0 5. 1000.0 3.0 60.0 7. For additional curve tolerances.9 .0 4.0 80.0 20.0 600.008 .001 40752-602 (1) Curve No.0 7.0 10.0 2.3 .03 60ms .0 60.05 .3 1.7 1.07 .004 .8 .1 .02 .006 .3 TIME IN SECONDS 500ms 300ms .0 6.0 50.0 7.5 .0 600.0 .0 5. -20° C to 55° C ambient.0 .02 .0 20.0 30.Earth Leakage Mod.004 .002 .0 6.0 4.05 .03 . 4.006 .6 .003 .0 50.6 .ab.480V 60Hz.7 .0 700.2 .0 500.0 3.1 .0 100.009 .7 .0 800.08 .001 .2 .4 . Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.002 .0 10.0 700.0 2.04 . contact Rockwell Automation.0 .0 30.1 .0 8.0 200.0 900. Continued Bul.008 .0 40. For application and coordination purposes only.0 800.1 .07 .06 .04 .03 .4 .0 900.01 .09 .0 80.0 50. .0 7.0 50. 110 .0 5.0 2.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-H IEC-Rated Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers .0 500.4 .9 .5 .05 ..0 .03 Inst.0 20.07 .0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1.5 .2 150ms .04 .0 3.7 1. 3 and 4 Poles.5 .0 90. 140U/UE-H Circuit Break.0 300.0 400.3 1 3 10 Available I n Settings 10.05 .0 5.0 70. and interruption of current.com/catalogs 33 .0 40.03 10.4 .005 .007 .0 300.0 80.0 .0 9.0 3.

3 1 3 10 Available Ig (A) Settings 10.009 .0 5. Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.0 7.5 .01 .0 70.6 .0 2.0 .0 100.0 80.0 .5 .09 .02 .0 10.05 .0 10.0 90.08 .4 .0 5. 4.0 5.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.0 300.0 70.5 .0 900.1 .0 40.007 . Break.0 400.03 60ms .0 700.007 .001 .05 .006 .0 20.001 Ig (A) 40752-603 (1) Curve No.0 6.0 200.0 2.002 .0 600.0 4.3 .0 50.0 80.0 5.0 800.0 20.07 .008 .008 .0 7.006 . 110 . 3 and 4 Poles. TC01212004E Effective September 2005 34 Visit our website: www.02 .004 .4 .003 .01 .02 .03 .7 1.0 2.2 .0 20.005 .3 1.0 400.2 .01 .0 60.0 4.0 100.009 .3 . and interruption of current.com/catalogs .7 1.04 . Continued Bul.2 .04 .0 60.0 30.0 3. Earth Leakage Mod. -20° C to 55° C ambient.0 20.0 40.07 .1 .1 .0 800.4 .0 80. .3 500ms 300ms 150ms .0 3.0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1.09 .0 50. 3.0 8.1 .02 .ab.005 .0 9.03 .9 .0 .0 500.004 .07 .05 .8 .002 .0 7.2 .0 6.0 200..0 600.480V 60Hz.0 1S TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1.9 .0 80.0 .0 4.0 9.5 .0 900. For additional curve tolerances.03 .0 3.0 4.04 . opening time of the circuit breaker.7 .01 .0 50.0 .003 . 140U/UE-H Cir.03 .0 50.8 .4 .0 8.07 .0 2.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-H UL-Rated Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 1000. contact Rockwell Automation 1000.0 500.0 700.0 7.1 .04 Inst.0 300.08 .6 .0 3.0 30.0 90.7 .05 .06 .06 .0 10. 2. For application and coordination purposes only.

140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-J Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers Allen-Bradley 63…250 A 40752-620 (1) SC-XXX Effective March 2004 Visit our website: www.com/catalogs 35 . Continued Bul.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.ab.

06 .15. Shown @ 6x Ir 2.05 . 10.07 .09 .1 . Total clearing times shown include the response times of the trip unit. consult Rockwell Automation.com/catalogs TIME IN SECONDS Available Short Delay Pick Up Settings 2 . 200 1 MINUTE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 Available Long Delay Time: 2.4 . Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient.04 . Breakpoint back to FLAT response occurs @ 8x Ir for upper line of the I T curve.01 100 Current in Multiples of (Ir) I T 2 Current in Multiples of ( I n ) Trip Style 40752-621 (1) TC-01201002E Effective September 2003 36 Visit our website: www.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-J Electronic LS Molded Case Circuit Breakers Current in Multiples of (Ir) . 4. For high fault current levels an additional fixed instantaneous hardware override is provided at 14x (In).15.03 See Note 9 .5 7 . For LD Response & SD with Flat Response curve.7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 100 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 .07 . see: 2 2 2 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Minimum Total Clearing Time 15 . 11.4. 20 24 TIME IN SECONDS .2 10 .7 . The Short Delay Pick Up has 9 settings/positions: 2 . 8.8. Short Delay I T band has a tolerance of ± 15%.ab.5 .8 & 10. Continued Bul.10.04 . 4 3 40752-622 12. 9.08 .08 .6 .5 . The right portion of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker. . the breaker opening. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.24 sec.120%. and the interruption of the current. 7 6.7. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the circuit breaker itself.01 . The left portion of the curve is shown as a multiple of the Long Delay Setting (Long Delay Pick Up = 115% of Ir).3 5 1 .7.7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 Long Delay Response & Short Delay with I T Response Curve 2 2 HOURS 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 1 HOUR 1.05 .24 seconds +0/-30% 3. Temperatures above +88° C cause an over temperature protection trip.20.8 .6 . 14.5 . 5. 2 4 2 1 . Range is 110% .09 .3 8 14 .02 .9 .1 . .02 14x .8 .06 . 14 x Ir 5% (See Note 7) .2 I T Short Delay (See Note 8) .15 4000 3000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curve Long Delay (LD) & Short Delay (SD) with I T Response (LS) 2 2000 Ir Available Sensors (In): 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 In 50 A 20A 20A 25A 30A 32A 40A 45A 50A 100 A 40A 45A 50A 63A 70A 80A 90A 100A 160 63A 80A 90A 100A 110A 125A 150A 160A 250 A 100A 125A 150A 160A 175A 200A 225A 250A 50A 100A 160A 250A Maximum Total Clearing Time A B C D E F G H Notes: 1.10. 2.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the Long Delay. 7. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.12.9 . The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.4. For LD Response & SD with I T Response (this curve): 40752-621 13.7 . For Ground Fault Delay Response curve.03 2 6 Instantaneous Override (See Note 10) . Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz. see: 40752-623 2 .4 . Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset memory. 67ms Application Determines End of Curve .

3 Instantaneous Override (See Note 8) 300ms (P.K.04 . 14 x Ir 5% (See Note 7) 1 . Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz.com/catalogs 37 . 7 5. The Short Delay Pick Up has 9 settings/positions.07 .8.R) .7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 Long Delay Response & Short Delay with Flat Response Curve 2 HOURS 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 1 HOUR 1. the breaker opening. Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient.09 .Q. 4.L) .8 & 10. see: 2 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Minimum Total Clearing Time 15 40752-622 40752-621 40752-623 .1 .04 .2 7 . 14.15. (Long Delay Pick Up = 115% of Ir).24 sec.5 . consult Rockwell Automation.6 .1 .15.8 . Temperatures above +88° C cause an overtemperature protection trip.8 .02 14x .05 . 20 24 TIME IN SECONDS . .4. .01 100 Current in Multiples of (Ir) Current in Multiples of (In) 40752-622 (1) TC01201001E Effective September 2003 Adjustable Flat Trip Style TIME IN SECONDS 1 . Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset memory.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. 3. Total clearing times shown include the response times of the trip unit.4 .07 .5 . The memory effect comes into play if a current above the circuit breaker itself. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.05 .7. see: 11.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-J Electronic LSI Molded Case Circuit Breakers Current in Multiples of (Ir) .06 .7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 100 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 .06 . 9.15 4000 3000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves Long Delay (LD) & Short Delay (SD) with Flat Response (LSI) 2000 Ir Available Sensors (In): 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 In 50A 20A 20A 25A 30A 32A 40A 45A 50A 100A 40A 45A 50A 63A 70A 80A 90A 100A 160A 63A 80A 90A 100A 110A 125A 150A 160A 250A 100A 125A 150A 160A 175A 200A 225A 250A 50A 100A 160A 250A Maximum Total Clearing Time A B C D E F G H Notes: 200 1.O) Application Determines End of Curve .9 . Shown @ 6x Ir 2.24 seconds +0/-30% 2.08 .5 . 4 2 .08 .N. 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 1 MINUTE Available Long Delay Time: 2.4 .01 . and the interruption of the current.03 120ms (M.2 . For LD Response & SD with Flat Response (this curve): 10.20. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal. For high fault current levels an additional fixed instantaneous hardware override is provided at 14x (In). 8.10.9 . For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.03 10 Inst.02 . Continued Bul.12. 6. The left portion of the curve is shown as a multiple of the Long Delay Setting.5 . 7. 2 2 4 14 3 5 6 8 2 .7 . 2 .7.4.ab. The right portion of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker. Range is 110% .3 . (J.7 Visit our website: www.10. For Ground Fault Delay Response curve.09 . There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the Long Delay.120%. For LD Response & SD with I T Response curve.6 Available Short Delay Pick Up Settings 2 .

3 0. Inst.01 . 120 300 Inst.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. 120 120 120 300 300 300 tGF Inst.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-J Electronic LSG & LSIG Molded Case Circuit Breakers .4 .2 Notes: .06 .1 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 . Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient.5 .5 .4 . No.2 . see: 6. (J.04 . For Ground Fault Delay Response (this curve): 2 40752-622 40752-621 40752-623 . Inst. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.3X 1X 1 .3 .8X NOTE: Labels shown are for 250A style.02 .9 . LSIG) 3000 2000 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 Switch Setting J K L M N O P Q R tSD Inst.09 .R) .0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves Ground Fault Delay Response (LSG.3 . Inst.05 .2X 0. Temperatures above +88° C cause an over-temperature protection trip.4X 0.Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz. 300ms (L. For LD Response & SD with I T Response curve. 140U-JTG3-D25 2 0.4 .N.1 .ab. Trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit style # 70C1056G52. 120 300 Inst. 4.0 2.Q) 1.M.P) 3. see: 5. For LD Response & SD with Flat Response curve.08 .5 .7 1.2 .com/catalogs .0 Ground Current in Multiple of (In) 40752-623 (1) TC01203004E Effective September 2003 38 Visit our website: www. No. 2.7 1. consult Rockwell Automation. 120 300 200 1 MINUTE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 TIME IN SECONDS 20 Cat.O.07 .6X 0.7 .0 2. Continued Bul.8 .6 . 140U-JTI3-D25 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Ground Fault Pickup Settings (Tolerance 10%) Cat.1 .03 120ms (K.

contact Rockwell Automation.05 .0 2 3 4 5 7 10 .0 8.02 .0 800.0 3.009 .0 3.01 .07 .0 20.5 .0 30.0 6.03 .0 60.06 . TC01205001E Effective September 2005 I n (Amperes) Visit our website: www.0 40.0 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1S 1.0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1.001 40752-624 (1) Curve No.0 20.5 .3 1 3 10 Available I n settings 10.7 . 3.04 60ms .08 .3 150ms . 500.004 . 4.0 400.4 .0 500.0 .0 .01 . 3 and 4 Poles.07 .07 .007 .0 8.05 .0 90.0 7.0 60.03 .0 .0 100.3 .6 .04 .0 300.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-J IEC-Rated Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 1000 900.7 1.0 600.1 .0 100.1 .0 600.0 4.1 .0 300.9 500ms .480V 50/60Hz.2 .0 80.09 .03 Inst .4 .02 . and interruption of current.0 5.0 2.003 .1 .2 .05 .009 .5 300ms .0 700.7 .0 90.006 .0 5.0 30.0 800.001 .003 .6 . 2.2 .8 .4 1.0 200.004 .2 .04 .04 .0 40.0 200.8 .0 .01 .3 .03 .008 .0 9.002 .0 50.com/catalogs 39 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.0 700. 110 .1 .03 10. For application and coordination purposes only. For additional curve tolerances.0 .3 .4 .05 .09 .0 6.7 1.005 .002 .008 .5 . 140U/UE-J Circuit Breaker Earth Leakage Module.0 4.007 .02 . Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.0 70.08 .0 7.0 2 3 4 5 7 10 1000 900.9 .ab.07 .005 . Continued Bul.02 . opening time of the circuit breaker.0 400.0 80.01 .0 50.06 .0 2.0 9. -20C to 55C ambient.0 70.006 .

7 .0 6.02 .0 700.02 .3 .0 4.07 .03 10.08 . TC01204004E Effective September 2005 40 Visit our website: www.04 60ms .0 80.0 9.8 .005 .0 90.04 .3 1 3 10 Available Ig(A) Settings.3 .04 .006 .2 .4 1.0 .9 500ms .03 Inst .03 .4 .03 .0 70.8 .7 1. 140U/UE-J Circuit Breaker Earth Leakage Module.0 100. 10.0 800.01 .6 .0 30.0 40.02 .0 700.007 .ab.1 .01 .01 .2 .05 .0 50.0 7.5 300ms .0 8.7 .0 8.0 .0 2 3 4 5 7 10 .06 .com/catalogs .3 150ms .0 2.08 . -20C to 55C ambient.0 800.1 .0 300.0 9.001 Ig(A) 40752-625 (1) Curve No.0 600.0 400. Continued Bul.4 .07 .004 .008 .0 500.0 200.05 .0 60.0 30.480V 50/60Hz.07 .0 4.006 .09 .0 100.007 .0 . 3. 3and 4 Poles.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-J UL-Rated Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 1000 900.2 . For additional curve tolerances.09 .001 .008 .003 .0 20.0 5.0 1. F 500.009 .0 2.0 90. opening time of the circuit breaker.1 .003 .0 70.0 80.0 7.009 . contact Rockwell Automation.004 .0 2 3 4 5 7 10 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1000 900.0 20.3 .5 .4 .0 .2 . 4.005 .7 1.02 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.05 . and interruption of current.002 .1 . For application and coordination purposes only.0 3.5 .04 . 2.0 600.5 .0 .0 5.0 50.01 .0 3.0 300.05 .0 400.0 60.07 .0 40.0 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1S 1.0 6. Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.03 .002 . 110 .06 .0 200.9 .6 .1 .

.5 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate C Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit 10 5 Push to Trip 7. AC @ 480 V.02 . AC @ 600 V. 5 5 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 3 Adjustable Magnetic Trip 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 .000 100. AC @ 250 V.000 20.000 4000 2000 3000 300 200 400 500 5000 60.000 1.000 80. Tested in open air with current in all poles.03 .000 200 (100A) 100 ➀ Single pole data at 25°C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers. Maximum Voltage 600V.000 35.5 10 5 Amps (In) 10 5 10 Magnetic Multiples Of In 40°C Cat.000 For application and coordination purposes only.000 50. Based on 40 °C ambient. DC 3.3 10X . No.05 .03 .3 .000 5.01 .000 50 50.000 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 20.000 1.02 Maximum Interrupting Time . 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE Minimum 50 Maximum 50 30 30 20 7.002 . 150.5 20 7.com/catalogs 41 . 200. cold start.000 60.000 100.1 .001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-630 (1) SC-4118-87B Effective October 1997 Visit our website: www.1 ..000 30. (See Figure Below) 250. Continued Bul.ab.002 . 300..000 90.2 . (Dc values are approximately 40% higher) 400 Interrupting Rating (UL/CSA) RMS Sym Amperes Amperes Breaker Type @ 240 V.005 .000 10.000 100.05 .000 65.000 10. 350.003 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve .2 . Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (60°C up to 125 A.000 60 70 80 90 100 50 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.000 70.001 30.000 80. 75° C above 125 A) per terminal..Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.. 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating 175.5 5X ±20% ±10% .000 1 HOUR 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 3.003 .000 90. DC 140U-K3 140U-K6 500 300 65.000 500 (250-400A) 300 (125-225A) 200 Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25 ➀ °C Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (In) Instantaneous Trip Amperes 100.000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5.000 10.000 40. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests. 225.. 125.005 .000 35.000 40.000 22.000 25.000 2.000 500 600 700 800 900 1000 200 300 400 2000 4000 3000 5000 .140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K3/K6 Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 600 700 800 900 1000 60 70 80 90 100 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.000 70.5 .000 2. AC (60 Hz) 250 V.01 .

AC 140U-K0 200.001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-631 (1) SC-4119-87B Effective October 1997 42 Visit our website: www. Based on 40 °C ambient.000 @ 250 V.000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5.000 10.000 2000 4000 600 700 800 900 1 000 300 200 4 00 500 70 80 90 100 5000 3000 50 60 60.000 20.000 Amperes @ 600 V.000 40. DC 5.000 Instantaneous Trip Amperes 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating (See Figure Below) (DC values are approximately 40% higher) 500 500 (250-400A) 300 200 (125-225A) Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25°C ➀ Interrupting Rating (UL/CSA) RMS Sym Amperes Breaker Type @ 240 V.003 .005 .000 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 20.5 20 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate C Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit 10 5 10 5 Amps (In) Push to Trip 7.01 .000 1 HOUR 3.001 30. 250. cold start..000 50. AC 50..000 100.005 240 V. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (60°C up to 125 A.000 70.000 3.000 200 300 ➀ Single pole test data at 25°C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers.000 90. 300.000 100.1 .000 100...000 40.000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.01 480 V.002 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve .03 .5 5X ±20% ±10% . AC (60 Hz) 250 V.000 50.05 .3 10X . Ac .03 ...000 70.02 Maximum Interrupting Time 600 V.5 7. 200.000 2. (100A) 100 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE Minimum 50 Maximum 50 30 30 20 7.02 . AC @ 480 V.2 . 5 5 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 3 Adjustable Magnetic Trip 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 . 125.000 Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (In) 100.000 60. Continued Bul.com/catalogs .2 .3 .000 30. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.000 1.002 .. Ac .000 80. Ac .000 10. Tested in open air with current in all poles. 150. 350.ab.000 90.003 .000 50 60 70 80 90 100 500 600 700 800 900 1000 200 300 400 2000 3000 4000 5000 . DC 22. No.5 10 5 10 Magnetic Multiples Of In 40°C Cat.5 . 400 1. Maximum Voltage 600V. 75° C above 125 amps) per terminal. 225..1 .. 175.140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K0 Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 60 00 7000 8000 9000 10.05 .000 80.000 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves For application and coordination purposes only.000 2.

-KTG3 Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-K3X3 and -K6X3. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pick up value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a down stream device or the circuit breaker itself.3 8X . 10 3X 5 3 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ± 10%) 4X 5X 6X 2 TIME IN SECONDS 1 . ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 4000 A.7 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) .000 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-632 (1) SC-5638-93 Effective October 1997 Visit our website: www.01 .001 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 10.140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K Electronic LS. 400 A Max.2 7X .1 .000 Rating Plug Short Delay Pickup • xIr 4 Engaged 2 Trip Unit 40 oC 5 6 3 7 8 Cat. -K6 Molded Case Circuit Breakers 10.000 40.005 .000 TEST Remove Available Rating Plugs 500 Ampere Rating (In) 400 350 300 250 225 200 Type Catalog Number 140U-KRP3-D40 140U-KRP3-D35 140U-KRP3-D30 140U-KRP3-D25 140U-KRP3-D22 140U-KRP3-D20 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 800-3200 700-2800 600-2400 500-2000 450-1800 400-1600 100 1 MINUTE 50 Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 RMS Sym.9 . In Push to Trip Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1.03 .04 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ . Amperes (kA) Breaker Type 140U-K3 140U-K6 Breaker Type Hz UL/CSA 240V 65 100 IEC 947-2 480V 35 65 600V 25 35 240V 65 100 380V 40 65 415V 40 65 30 140U-K3 140U-K6 20 2X Notes Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.01 .ab. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40° C.001 .9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 43 .05 .000 30.03 . No.000 50.8 .000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) ➃ 1 HOUR Technical Data Covers. LSG Trip Units and Bulletin 140U-K3. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991.5 . ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20° C to +55° C ambient. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal. For field testing using primary injection methods.002 . 140U-KTH3.com/catalogs 100.02 .05 .000 20. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload. ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.000 .02 SECONDS Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ . See above tabulation. 3. Continued Bul.6 . There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay. (Tolerance ±15%). Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory.7 .000 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. ➃ For ground fault time/current curve see 40752-636.1 .003 .000 Fixed Short Delay Time 2.186 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HOURS 5. consult Rockwell Automation.5 . Bul.5 .

000 .002 1000 3000 4000 2000 5000 . Continued Bul.000 TEST Remove 500 Available Rating Plugs Ampere Rating (In) 400 350 300 250 225 200 Type Catalog Number 140U-KRP3-D40 140U-KRP3-D35 140U-KRP3-D30 140U-KRP3-D25 140U-KRP3-D22 140U-KRP3-D20 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 800-3200 700-2800 600-2400 500-2000 450-1800 400-1600 100 1 MINUTE Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 RMS Sym.9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 .03 . LSIG Trip Units and Bulletin 140U-K3. For field testing using primary injection methods.000 Adjustable Short Delay Time Rating Plug Short Delay Push to Trip Pickup • xIr 5 4 6 3 7 2 Trip Unit o 40 C 8 Time • ms 200 100 INST 300 Cat.5 .5 . -K6 Molded Case Circuit Breakers .000 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-633 (1) SC-5639-93 Effective October 1997 44 Visit our website: www. max.8 .4 .1 . follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991.7 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) . For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.005 . (Tolerance ±15%). 4X 2 6X 7X 8X TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 . A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal. ➃ For ground fault time/current curve see 40752-636.3 200 ms .com/catalogs 100.8 . Cat. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pick up value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a down stream device or the circuit breaker itself.05 .000 40.7 .05 I .2 .000 30. See above tabulation.000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) ➃ 1 HOUR Technical Data Covers.04 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory. 3.01 .001 10.003 .02 . .9 16 2 3 4 5 10. ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 4000A.001 .ab.03 .000 50.140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K Electronic LSI. Amperes (kA) Breaker Type 140U-K3 140U-K6 Breaker Type Hz UL/CSA 240V 65 100 IEC 947-2 480V 35 65 600V 25 35 50 240V 65 100 380V 40 65 415V 40 65 30 140U-K3 140U-K6 20 Notes Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit. Nos. ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.6 . In Engaged Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 2.000 Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1.02 SECONDS Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ .000 20.1 .01 . 140U-KTL3.2 100 ms .3 .000 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HOURS 5.5 . 2X 10 5 3 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ±10%) There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay. 400A. consult Rockwell Automation. -KTI3 Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-K3. ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20°C to +55°C ambient. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload. -K6.5 3X 5X 300 ms .

9 16 2 3 4 5 10.001 2000 3000 4000 5000 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ 100.01 480 VAC 240 VAC .7 . Cat. max. 400A. LSG Trip Units and 140U-K0 Molded Case Circuit Breakers CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) . Amperes (kA) Breaker Type 140U-K0 Hz UL/CSA 240V 200 480V 100 600V 50 20 3X 10 Breaker Type 140U-K0 2X IEC 947-2 240V 200 380V 100 415V 100 5 3 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ± 10%) 4X Notes Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit..3 8X .140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K Electronic LS.000 Rating Plug Cat. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pick up value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a down stream device or the circuit breaker itself. -KTG3 Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Type 140U-K0.003 . (Tolerance ±15%).000 10.1 .01 .000 30. ➃ For ground fault time/current curve see 40752-636. consult Rockwell Automation ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 4000A. ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.05 . 8 . There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay. No. ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to +55 ° C ambient.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.com/catalogs 45 .7 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HOURS Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) ➃ 5.000 200.5 .05 .02 .000 Technical Data Covers.001 .03 .000 40.000 .9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-634 (1) SC-5644-93 Effective October 1997 Visit our website: www.5 . For possible continuous amp derating for ambient above 40 °C. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory.000 1 HOUR 3.04 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ Maximum Interrupting Time . Fixed Short Delay Time Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Short Delay Push to Trip Pickup • xIr 4 Engaged 2 Trip Unit o 40 C 5 6 3 7 8 2. 2 5X 6X TIME IN SECONDS 1 . See above tabulation. In TEST Remove 500 Available Rating Plugs 300 Ampere Rating (In) Type Catalog Number 140U-KRP3-D40 140U-KRP3-D35 140U-KRP3-D30 140U-KRP3-D25 140U-KRP3-D22 140U-KRP3-D20 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time 100 400 350 300 250 225 200 Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 800-3200 700-2800 600-2400 500-2000 450-1800 400-1600 1 MINUTE 50 30 Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 RMS Sym.1 .000 . 140U-KTH3. For field testing using primary injection methods.02 SECONDS 600 VAC .03 .5 .8 .005 .ab.6 .000 50.002 .2 7X .000 Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1.000 20. Continued Bul.

001 2000 3000 4000 5000 10.000 Cat.000 40.3 200 ms . See above tabulation.04 . 3. ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20°C to +55° C ambient.000 30.05 .9 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 .7 .8 .7 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) . For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C. ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 4000A. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload. Nos. -KTI3 Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Cat.003 .000 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-635 (1) SC-5645-93 Effective October 1997 46 Visit our website: www.140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K Electronic LSI. For field testing using primary injection methods.5 3X 5X 300 ms . The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pick up value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a down stream device or the circuit breaker itself.002 . LSIG Trip Units and 140U-K0 Molded Case Circuit Breakers 10. In TEST Remove Available Rating Plugs 500 Ampere Rating (In) 400 350 300 250 225 200 Type Catalog Number 140U-KRP3-D40 140U-KRP3-D35 140U-KRP3-D30 140U-KRP3-D25 140U-KRP3-D22 140U-KRP3-D20 Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 800-3200 700-2800 600-2400 500-2000 450-1800 400-1600 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed 100 1 MINUTE Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 RMS Sym. max.000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) ➃ 1 HOUR Technical Data Covers. 140U-KTL3.000 Rating Plug Short Delay Push to Trip Pickup • xIr 4 Engaged 2 Trip Unit o 40 C 5 6 3 7 8 Time • ms 200 100 INST 300 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1. 4X 2 6X 7X 8X TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 . A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.1 .03 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ Maximum Interrupting Time 600 VAC Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ .5 .02 .005 . ➃ For ground fault time/current curve see 40752-636.001 20 .9 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HOURS 5.5 . (Tolerance ±15%). 2X 10 5 3 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ±10%) There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay.000 200.com/catalogs 100. 400A. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory. Cat. No 140U-K0. consult Rockwell Automation.000 .000 50.02 SECONDS .05 . Amperes (kA) Breaker Type 140U-K0 Hz UL/CSA 240V 200 IEC 947-2 480V 100 600V 50 50 Breaker Type 30 240V 200 380V 100 415V 100 140U-K0 20 Notes electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.01 .000 20.6 .1 I .03 .000 Adjustable Short Delay Time 2.ab.2 100 ms . ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.000 .01 480 VAC 240 VAC . Continued Bul.

000 560 640 720 800 160 240 320 80 400 8000 GROUND CURRENT-AMPERES 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Ground Current) Electronic Trip Units for use with Bulletin 140U-K3. consult Rockwell Automation.000 2 HOURS 5. -633. or 40752-635. 30 20 10 1xIG 5 3 3xIG 4xIG 2 TIME IN SECONDS Ground Fault Pickup Settings (Tolerance ± 10% Except ± 20% on 1xIG Setting) 2xIG 1 5xIG 500 ms . follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991.000 Engaged Remove 500 Rating Plug Cat. -634.01 .02 . -K6.001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 100 GROUND CURRENT-IN MULTIPLES OF Ig = 80A 40752-636 (1) SC-5650-93 Effective October 1997 Visit our website: www.ab.5 300 ms . 50 ➀ For phase time/current curves see 40752-632.002 .1 I . In Push to Trip Short Delay Pickup • xIr 5 4 6 3 7 2 Trip Unit o 40 C Short Delay Push to Trip Pickup • xIr 4 Engaged 2 Trip Unit 40 oC 5 6 3 7 8 Time • ms 200 100 INST 300 8 Ground Fault Pickup • xIg 4 3 5 2 1 Ig = 80A Ground Fault Pickup • xIg 3 2 1 Ig = 80A 4 5 ➀ 3.003 . Continued Bul.005 .140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K Electronic Trip Units with Ground Fault Protection 480 10.3 .05 .000 Time • ms 300 150 INST 500 TEST 1.2 150 ms . For field testing using primary injection methods.com/catalogs 47 . 100 1 MINUTE Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.000 2. and K0 Molded Case Circuit Breakers For use with Trip Unit Catalog Numbers 140U-KTG3-D40 140U-KTI3-D40 Rating Plug Cat.03 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. In Time • ms 300 150 INST 500 300 TEST 200 Remove Notes Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to +55 °C ambient. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40 °C.

000 50.000 1.000 40.2 .140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-K0 Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 600 700 800 900 1 000 4 00 60 00 7000 8000 9000 10.000 90.003 .5 20 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate C Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit 10 5 10 5 Amps (In) Push to Trip 7.000 1 HOUR 3.01 .000 100.1 . 175.000 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves For application and coordination purposes only. 250.5 .03 .000 80. 5 5 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 3 Adjustable Magnetic Trip 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1 1 . No. DC 22.005 240 V. Ac . Continued Bul. 75 °C above 125 amps) per terminal. Maximum Voltage 600V.000 2.com/catalogs .005 .. 200.001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-651 (1) SC-4119-87B Effective October 1997 48 Visit our website: www.001 30.3 .2 .000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10. DC 5.000 2. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests..5 7.000 50.000 30.000 0 200 300 ➀ Single pole test data at 25 °C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers.ab..000 40.. Based on 40 °C ambient..000 100.03 . Tested in open air with current in all poles.000 @ 250 V.5 5X ±20% ±10% .000 100.. cold start.02 Maximum Interrupting Time 600 V. 300. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (60°C up to 125 A. 125.000 60.. 150.01 480 V.5 10 5 10 Magnetic Multiples Of In 40°C Cat..000 3.002 .000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5.000 70.000 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 20.3 10X . Ac .003 .000 10. 400 1.000 80. 225.000 70.000 Instantaneous Trip Amperes 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating (See Figure Below) (Dc values are approximately 40% higher) 500 500 (250-400A) 300 200 (125-225A) Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25 ➀ °C Interrupting Rating (UL/CSA) RMS Sym Amperes Breaker Type @ 240 V.05 ..000 Amperes @ 600 V. (100A) 100 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE Minimum 50 Maximum 50 30 30 20 7.000 2000 4000 30 0 200 70 80 90 100 500 5000 3000 50 60 60. AC 140U-K0 200.002 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve .02 .000 90.1 .000 10. AC 50.05 . AC (60 Hz) 250 V.000 Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (In) 100.000 50 60 70 80 90 100 500 600 700 800 900 1000 200 300 400 2000 3000 4000 5000 .000 20. AC @ 480 V.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. Ac . 350.

AC 18 35 @ 250 V.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-L Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves For application and coordination purposes only.. 300. Continued Bul. Thermal calibration based on 40 °C ambient. AC @ 480 V. Maximum Voltage 600V. 350 Poles 3 and 4 1 Hour 1 Hour Instantaneous Trip Amperes (see below) 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating (DC values are approximately 40% higher) Interrupting Rating (UL/CSA) Breaker RMS Sym Amperes Type @ 240 V. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves. DC 22 42 Interrupting Rating (IEC 60947-2) Breaker RMS Sym kA. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (75C) per terminal.ab. 320.. cold start. (Ue) Icu 12 25 Ics 6 13 @ 250 V.(Ue) Icu 22 42 Ics 22 42 100 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE Maximum Interruption Time Interruption Rating determines end of curve Current in Multiples of Rating (In) 40752-650 (1) TC-XXXXX Effective June 2003 Visit our website: www.com/catalogs 49 . DC @600V. AC 140U-L3 140U-L6 65 100 35 65 Amperes @ 600 V. (Ue) @ 480 V (Ue) Icu 140U-L3 140U-L6 65 Ics 65 Icu 35 70 Ics 35 70 kA. DC Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (In) 250. AC Type @ 240 V... AC (50/60 Hz) 250 V. Tested in open air with current in all poles. 50/60 Hz...

0 2.1 .0 900.01 .01 .4 .1 .02 .0 600.0 10.05 .0 6.4 .008 .07 .0 50.0 4.0 9.06 . For additional curve tolerances.0 600.0 3.0 50.009 .03 .0 10.006 .0 5.0 80.3 .02 .0 5.6 .009 .008 .01 .0 80.0 5.03 .0 500.003 .04 . Continued Bul.0 Available Ig (A) Settings .0 .0 300.0 60.0 70.0 4.08 .0 .03 .2 . 4.0 4.6 . -20° C … 55° C ambient.0 2.03 . opening time of the circuit breaker.0 20.0 700.9 .0 40. 3.0 20. 2.7 1.05 .9 .5 . 140U/UE-L Cir.5 .0 400.0 4.01 .0 6.0 20.4 .3 .0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1. contact Rockwell Automation.3 500ms 300ms .2 150ms .02 Inst.7 1.0 20.09 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.001 40752-651 (1) Curve No.005 .0 7.. Break.0 400.0 9.007 .002 .0 .0 50.02 .2 .07 .002 .09 .0 7.0 50.3 1. .05 .2 .0 80.0 90.07 . 1000.004 .0 10. TC01212009E Effective September 2005 Ig (A) 50 Visit our website: www.0 1S TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1.0 . 110 … 480V 60Hz. 3 and 4 Poles.5 . For application and coordination purposes only.0 2.06 .0 5.0 90.001 . Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.007 .7 .5 2 6 30 10.0 200.0 2.0 500. and interruption of current.0 900.0 80. Earth Leakage Mod.8 .0 60.0 8.0 200.1 .ab.0 40.07 .0 3.0 3.7 .0 300.0 3.0 7.0 700.0 8.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-L Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers 1000.0 30.04 .5 .05 .8 .006 .04 .0 7.003 .04 .0 100.03 60ms .08 .1 .004 .0 800.0 30.1 .0 100.0 800.005 .0 70.com/catalogs .4 .

3 TIME IN SECONDS 500ms 300ms .0 40.002 .8 .0 50.0 2.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.0 20.0 60.3 .07 .007 .4 . 3.0 1000. contact Rockwell Automation.0 9.0 4.001 .0 2. 3 and 4 Poles.1 .008 .02 . Total clearing times include the response time of the Earth Leakage module.0 .2 . opening time of the circuit breaker.0 10.006 .0 300.0 50.004 .02 .001 40752-652 (1) Curve No.1 .0 3.008 .4 .05 .0 5.01 . Mod.005 . 140U/UE-L Cir.02 .0 20.0 300.0 200.0 7.3 .05 .01 .0 30.0 90.0 4.1 .03 .9 .0 100.0 80.0 50.04 .0 50.03 10.2 . -20° C … 55° C ambient.1 .0 .0 9. For application and coordination purposes only.0 6.7 1. Continued Bul.3 1. 1000.0 . .08 .6 .06 .0 60.9 .0 70.01 . 110 … 480V 60Hz.7 1.0 8.005 .com/catalogs 51 .0 20.0 100.0 7. Break.003 .0 .0 70.0 5.0 2.09 .05 .0 30. TC01212008E Effective September 2005 I n (Amperes) Visit our website: www.007 .03 Inst.0 400.02 .0 500.7 ..0 7.0 700.009 .0 3.003 .0 500. Earth Leak.0 400.0 800.0 900.0 600.01 .2 150ms .07 . For additional curve tolerances.0 1S TIME IN SECONDS 1. 2.04 .002 .08 .04 .2 .0 4.0 3.0 20.0 800.0 6.0 5.0 80.09 .0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 1.0 7.0 600.0 80.140U/UE Earth Leakage Curves for Bulletin 140U/UE-L Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers .0 2.03 60ms .3 1 3 10 Available I n Settings 10. and interruption of current.0 80.0 10.8 .07 .5 .1 .6 .0 8.0 4.009 .4 .0 700.006 .0 200.7 .0 900.5 .5 .05 .4 .0 5.ab.0 3.06 . 4.07 .5 .004 .03 .04 .0 .0 40.0 90.

For Ground Fault Delay Response curve. 2 2 8 5 . 7 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Minimum Total Clearing Time 15 TC01207004E TC01207005E TC01207006E .and 4-Pole Molded Case Circuit Breakers Long Delay (LD) & Short Delay (SD) with Flat Response Available Sensors (In): 250A 400A 600A 630A Ir A B C D E F G H In 4000 3000 2000 250A 100A 125A 150A 160A 175A 200A 225A 250A 400A 160A 200A 225A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 600A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 450A 500A 600A 630A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 500A 600A 630A 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 Maximum Total Clearing Time Notes: 1. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.04 .5 . The left portion of the curve is shown as a multiple of the Long Delay Setting. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the circuit breaker itself. 9. 5. Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz. (Long Delay Pick Up = 115% of Ir). For LD Response & SD with I T Response curve. Bulletin 140U/UE-L Current in Multiples of (Ir) .com/catalogs TIME IN SECONDS 1 .4.Q.10. Shown @ 6x Ir 2.2 .8 .7 .01 .7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 100 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 . Temperatures above +85° C cause an overtemperature protection trip. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.1 .09 .9 . The right portion of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.05 .K.07 .04 .3 300ms (P. . 7.02 . Range is 110% .8. 4.02 14 Ii .5 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.24 seconds +0/-30% 20 24 TIME IN SECONDS .8 & 10.01 100 Current in Multiples of (Ir) Current in Multiples of (In) Adjustable Flat Trip Style 40752-653 (1) TC01207004E Effective March 2006 52 Visit our website: www. see: 2 200 1 MINUTE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 Available Long Delay Time: 2. For high fault current levels an additional fixed instantaneous hardware override is provided (corresponding to SDPU position 9) at 14x (In) and designated as 14I i.20.08 .O) Application Determines End of Curve . 8.120%. the breaker opening.10 x Ir 5% (See Note 7) 2 4 3 6 1 .09 .06 .5 .6 .140U/UE Long Delay Response & Short Delay with Flat Response Curve.12.08 . The Short Delay Pick Up has 8 settings/positions.07 . For LD Response & SD with Flat Response (this curve): 10.2 .1 .8 .05 . see: 11. (J. Total clearing times shown include the response times of the trip unit. Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient. 2 .03 120ms (M.15.4 .4. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset memory.03 10 Inst.4 .R) Instantaneous Override (See Note 8) 7 . 4 2 .7.L) .7.6 Available Short Delay Pick Up Settings 2 . 3.9 .N.ab.06 . The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.24 sec.15.7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 2 HOURS 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) 1.7 . 2. . Instantaneous tolerance is 20%. 6. There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the Long Delay.15 1 HOUR Bulletin 140U/UE L-Frame 3.3 . refer to Rockwell Automation. Continued Bul. and the interruption of the current.5 .

5.6 .04 .10. For Ground Fault Delay Response curve. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset memory. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C.com/catalogs 53 .7. 10. 8.7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 Long Delay Response & Short Delay with I T Response Curve 2 2 HOURS 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) 1. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.3 5 1 . 200 1 MINUTE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 Available Long Delay Time: 2. 7 6.24 seconds +0/-30% 3. Instantaneous tolerance is ± 20% 11. 4 3 40752-653 12. Total clearing times shown include the response times of the trip unit. The right portion of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.05 .07 . 2. .03 See Note 9 .15 1 HOUR Bulletin 140U/UE L-Frame 3. The left portion of the curve is shown as a multiple of the Long Delay Setting (Long Delay Pick Up = 115% of Ir). refer to Rockwell Automation. The Short Delay Pick Up has eight settings/positions: 2 . 2 4 13. Continued Bul.07 .1 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.08 .04 .8 & 10.5 7 .09 .15. For LD Response & SD with I T Response (this curve): 40752-654 2 .20.3 8 .02 14 Ii . Range is 110% .06 .02 .8 & 10 x Ir 5% (See Notes 7 and 10) Instantaneous Override (See Note 10) Visit our website: www. Short Delay I T band has a tolerance of ± 15%.7. 20 24 TIME IN SECONDS .12.03 2 6 10 .6 . Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz.4. Temperatures above +85° C cause an over temperature protection trip.9 . Bulletin 140U/UE-L Current in Multiples of (Ir) .2 . The memory effect comes into play if a current above the circuit breaker itself. Shown @ 6x Ir 2. There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the Long Delay.01 . and the interruption of the current.09 .5 . Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient.5 . A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.01 100 Current in Multiples of (Ir) I T 2 Current in Multiples of (In) 40752-654 (1) TC01207005E Effective March 2006 Trip Style TIME IN SECONDS Available Short Delay Pick Up Settings 2 .140U/UE Long-Delay Response & Short-Delay with I2T Response Curve. For LD Response & SD with Flat Response curve.120%. Breakpoint back to FLAT response occurs @ 8x Ir for upper line of the I T curve.2 I T Short Delay (See Note 8) .4 . For high fault current levels an additional fixed instantaneous hardware override is provided (corresponding to SDPU position 9) at 14x (In) and designated as 14I i .ab.7 .and 4-Pole Molded Case Circuit Breakers 2 4000 3000 Long Delay (LD) & Short Delay (SD) with I T Response 2000 Available Sensors (In): 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 Ir A B C D E F G H In 250A 100A 125A 150A 160A 175A 200A 225A 250A 400A 160A 200A 225A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 600A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 450A 500A 600A 630A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 500A 600A 630A 250A 400A 600A 630A Maximum Total Clearing Time Notes: 1.5 .15.1 .9 .7 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 100 2 3 4 5 7 10 20 30 40 50 70 . 7. see: 2 2 2 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Minimum Total Clearing Time 15 .4.06 . 4.4 .05 .24 sec. . 67ms Application Determines End of Curve .08 . 9.8 .8 . the breaker opening.7 . see: 40752-655 2 1 .

R) .6X .8X 300ms (L.4 .06 .3 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.4 .1 .8 . For Ground Fault Delay Response (this curve): 2 40752-653 40752-654 40752-655 200 1 MINUTE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 TIME IN SECONDS 20 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Ground Fault Pickup Settings (Tolerance 10%) NOTE: Refer to table below for variations.P) . Bulletin 140U/UE-L .2 .07 .7 1. Continued Bul. Temperatures above +85° C cause an over-temperature protection trip.08 .5 .05 .09 .4 . see: 6.6 .2 . Available Sensors (In): 250A 400A 600A 630A .0 2. see: 5.4X . Trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit style # 70C1056G52.O.5 .7 . refer to Rockwell Automation. For LD Response & SD with I T Response curve.2X .04 .N.03 120ms (K.1 .ab. (J.Q) Inst.3 .3X 1X Ir A B C D E F G H In 250A 100A 125A 150A 160A 175A 200A 225A 250A 400A 160A 200A 225A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 600A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 450A 500A 600A 630A 250A 300A 315A 350A 400A 500A 600A 630A 2 1 .0 40752-655 (1) TC01207006E Effective March 2006 Ground Current in Multiple of (In) 54 Visit our website: www. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40°C. 2. For LD Response & SD with Flat Response curve.Application frequency is 50/60 Hertz.7 1.5 .0 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Ground Current) bulletin 140U/UE L-Frame 3.com/catalogs .and 4-Pole Molded Case Circuit Breakers Ground Fault Delay Response Notes: 1.2 .9 .01 .M.3 .1 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 . 2000 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 3. Curve accuracy applies from -20°C to +55°C ambient. 4.02 .140U/UE Ground Fault Delay Response Curve.0 2.

600 V. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (75°C) per terminal.01 .000 40.000 60 70 80 90 100 50 500 600 700 800 9 00 1000 30 0 40 0 200 2000 3000 4000 5000 . kA..000 90.03 Maximum Interrupting Time . kA.000 20.000 50.. (U) e Icu Ics 10 20 3 5 300 200 Minimum 100 Maximum 65 35 100 65 IEC 947-2 RMS Sym.000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10. Continued Bul.000 5.03 . cold start. 240 V.000 30.) 250 V.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Time-Current Curves.001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-670 (1) SC-4547-89B Effective October 1997 Time-Current Curves.5 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate C Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit 10 5 10 5 Amps (In) Push to Trip 7.5 7.000 90.000 80.000 80. Tested in open air with current in all poles. (U ) e Icu Ics 40 65 10 17 250 V. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests.002 . 50 30 30 20 20 7. (U ) e Icu Ics 380 V.003 .000 1 HOUR 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 3.005 .. No.05 . 10 20 kA. Dc 250 V.000 40.000 20.000 100.3 . (U) e Icu Ics 40 65 10 17 200 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE 50 140U-Q3 65 140U-Q6 100 17 25 Utilization Category A U IMP = 8 kV Note: For additional information on the trip unit. 600 1. Dc 415 V. 50/60 Hz. 50/60 Hz.003 .02 .1 .000 2000 3000 4000 5000 300 400 50 0 70 80 90 100 200 60. 25 35 kA.000 30. Thermal calibration based on 40 °C ambient. 140U-Q3 140U-Q6 480 V.000 50 60 10..000 1.000 2.002 .000 100.5 10 10 5 Magnetic Multiples Of In 40°C Cat.05 .001 60.. 400.000 Instantaneous Trip Amperes (See Figure Below) 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating (DC values are approximately 40% higher) 500 500 300 Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25 1 °C Interrupting Rating Breaker UL/CSA Type RMS Sym.000 2. 500.000 70.5 Adjustable Magnetic Trip .000 70. ➀ Single pole data at 25 °C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers.000 Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (In) 300.000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5.000 For application and coordination purposes only. 240 V..2 .2 . DC 3. Maximum Voltage 600 V.5 . 350. 5 5 3 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 1 10X 5X ±20% ±10% 1 .3 .000 10.1 .01 . see IL 29C606. Continued Visit our website: www.ab.005 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve .000 50.02 . AC (50/60 Hz.com/catalogs 55 .140U Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-Q3/Q6 Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breakers CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 600 70 0 80 0 900 1000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.

000 2.1 . DC 250V (Ue) Ics Icu 20 20 10 10 300 200 200 Minimum 100 Maximum 100 1 MINUTE 50 Utilization Category A U IMP = 8 kV Note: For additional information on the trip unit.000 50.000 600 700 800 900 1000 3000 4000 2000 60 70 80 90 100 200 5000 500 300 400 60.000 1.03 Maximum Interrupting Time . 30 20 7. Continued 56 Visit our website: www.000 30.000 60.000 20.000 70. Thermal calibration based on 40 °C ambient. 500.5 Push to Trip 7.000 20.000 ) Instantaneous Trip Amperes (See Figure Below) 500 to 1000% of trip unit rating (DC values are approximately 40% higher) 500 500 300 Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25 1 ?C Interrupting Rating Breaker UL/CSA Type RMS Sym.000 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves For application and coordination purposes only.000 10.05 . Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests.000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.005 .002 .000 90.com/catalogs . 400.000 80.000 50 10. 5 5 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 3 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS 1 10X 5X ? 20% ? 10% 1 .01 . Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (75 °C) per terminal.) 250 V DC 5.001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-674 (1) SC-6911-98 Effective February 1999 Time-Current Curves.05 .3 .3 .000 80.005 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve .000 50.2 .5 20 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 10 5 10 5 Amps (In) 10 5 10 Magnetic Multiples Of In 40 °C Cat. kA.01 .000 40.02 . 50 30 ➀ Single pole data at 25 ° C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers.000 2 HOURS 5. 600 1. 50/60 Hz.5 7.003 .000 100.02 .000 3.000 40. kA. Tested in open air with current in all poles. No.003 . ) 240V (Ue Icu Ics 140U-M5 140U-M6 65 100 65 100 380/415V (Ue ) 690V (Ue) Icu Ics Ics Icu 50 70 50 50 20 25 10 13 480V 50 65 600V 25 35 kA. DC 250V 22 25 kA.000 90.000 70.2 . see IL 29C607.000 60 70 80 90 100 50 500 600 700 800 900 1000 200 300 400 2000 3000 4000 5000 . cold start. Maximum Voltage 600 V AC (50/60 Hz.03 .002 . 140U-M5 140U-M6 Breaker Type 240V 65 100 IEC 947-2 RMS Sym.ab.5 Adjustable Magnetic Trip . 350.000 100.000 Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (I n 300.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.1 .000 2.000 3. 50/60 Hz. -M6 Thermal-Magnetic (300…600 A) Molded Case Circuit Breakers CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-M5.001 30.5 .

05 .000 100.05 . DC 250V (U) e Ics Icu 20 20 10 10 300 200 200 Minimum 100 Maximum 100 1 MINUTE 1 MINUTE 50 Utilization Category A U IMP = 8 kV 50 30 ➀ Single pole data at 25°C based on NEMA Procedures (AB 4-1991) for verifying performance of molded case circuit breakers. Maximum Voltage 600 V AC (50/60 Hz. 800 1.000 90.000 1 HOUR 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves 3.000 70.000 50 60 70 80 90 100 500 600 70 0 800 900 1000 200 300 400 4000 2000 3000 5000 .ab. Instantaneous calibration based on single-pole tests. 140U-M5 140U-M6 Breaker Type 240V 65 100 IEC 947-2 RMS Sym.000 50.000 90.000 1. Tested in open air with current in all poles.000 40.000 Breaker Rating Rated Amperes (I 700.2 .000 n) Instantaneous Trip Amperes (See Figure Below) 400 to 800% of Trip Unit rating (DC values are approximately 40% higher) 500 500 300 Maximum Single Pole Trip Times at 25 1 ?C Interrupting Rating Breaker UL/CSA Type RMS Sym.003 . kA. cold start.002 .000 20.000 70.003 .000 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 5. Connected with four (4) feet of rated wire (75 °C) per terminal.000 10.000 40.000 60.000 2. -M6 Thermal-Magnetic (700 & 800 A) Molded Case Circuit Breakers CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 2000 3000 6000 7000 8 0 00 9000 10.000 30.000 80.01 .com/catalogs 57 .3 .5 . Continued Visit our website: www.000 50.5 Adjustable Magnetic Trip . Thermal calibration based on 40 °C ambient.002 .01 . kA.2 .001 CURRENT IN PERCENT OF BREAKER TRIP UNIT RATING (In) 40752-675 (1) SC-6912-98 Effective February 1999 Time-Current Curves.02 .02 .) 250 V DC 3.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-M5.000 50 60 10.03 . Push to Trip 8 4 6 30 20 20 10 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 10 Magnetic Multiples Of In 5 5 Individual Pole Adjustments 3 3 2 2 TIME IN SECONDS TIME IN SECONDS 4X 1 8X ? 20% ? 10% 1 .000 600 700 800 900 1000 4000 5000 200 300 400 70 80 90 100 500 60.000 For application and coordination purposes only. DC 250V 22 25 kA.000 30.000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10.03 Maximum Interrupting Time .1 .000 2.000 80. 50/60 Hz. 6 6 Thermal Magnetic Trip Unit 8 4 8 4 Amps (In) °C Cat.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.001 20.005 .000 5.000 100.1 . No.005 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve . 50/60 Hz.3 . 240V (U ) e Ics Icu 140U-M5 140U-M6 65 100 65 100 380/415V (U e) Ics Icu 50 70 50 50 690V (U) e Ics Icu 20 25 10 13 480V 50 65 600V 25 35 kA.

000 10.01 SECONDS Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ .9 16 .02 . 50/60 Hz 240V 65 100 480V 50 65 600V 25 35 1 MIN U T E 50 30 140U-M5 140U-M6 IEC 947-2 RMS Sym.000 Rating Plug Cat. Continued 58 Visit our website: www. kA. In Engaged Push to Trip Short Delay Pickup x I n 5 4 6 3 7 2 8 Trip Unit 40o C Ambient Remove 500 Available Rating Plugs Ampere Rating (I n ) 800 700 600 500 450 400 Interrupting Rating Type 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Rating Plug Catalog Number 140U-MRP3-D80 140U-MRP3-D70 140U-MRP3-D60 140U-MRP3-D50 140U-MRP3-D45 140U-MRP3-D40 Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 1600-6400 1400-5600 1200-4800 1000-4000 900-3600 800-3200 100 Breaker Type 140U-M5 140U-M6 Breaker Type UL/CSA RMS Sym.5 .03 .ab.001 . 8X ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 5500A. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.01 .005 . .3 .8 .002 30. 6X ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.000 20.7 .003 .1 .05 . consult Rockwell Automation. 140U-MTL3. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40 °C. 1 (Tolerance ±15%).140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-M Electronic LS. There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HO U R S Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) ➃ 5. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory.5 ➃ For ground fault time/current curves see 40752-678.05 . -MTG3 Electronic Trip Unit for use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-M5. For field testing using primary injection methods. Cat.000 40.03 .000 Technical Data Covers. 4X 5X TIME IN SECONDS ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to +55°C ambient.com/catalogs 100. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload. .02 .000 50.000 2.000 CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-676 (1) SC-7204-99 Effective February 1999 Time-Current Curves.000 Fixed Short Delay Time Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Test Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pick-up value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit breaker itself.1 . See above tabulation. 800 A max. -M6. Nos. 1 HO U R 3. 2 or 3 poles in series.000 . -M6 Molded Case Circuit Breakers 10.04 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ . LSG Trip Units and 140U-M5. kA.8 .2 7X .5 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) .000 .001 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 . follow NEMA AB4-1991 publications.7 .6 . 50/60 Hz 380/415V (U 240V (U e) Ics Icu Ics Icu 65 100 Utilization Category A U imp = 8kV 65 100 50 70 50 50 e) Icu 20 25 690V (U e) Ics 10 13 20 10 2X 3X Notes Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.9 1 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) 1000 2000 4000 3000 5000 20 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul. 5 3 2 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ±10%) Calibration response in short delay pick-up range is same for 1.

Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory.5 3X 5X 7X 8X 300 ms .01 SECONDS Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve ➂ .005 .140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-M Electronic LSI.000 ➃ 1 HO U R Technical Data Covers.000 .000 30.000 40.000 2 HO U R S .8 .com/catalogs 59 .02 . (Tolerance ±15%).000 20. -MTI3 Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-M5. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit breaker itself. consult Rockwell Automation. 140U-MTH3.04 .1 I . Continued Visit our website: www.000 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Time MIsec 200 100 I 300 Trip Unit o 40 C Ambient Test Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1. 50/60 Hz 240V 65 100 IEC 947-2 RMS Sym. ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker. ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at 5500A. 3.8 . LSIG Trip Units and 140U-M5.000 100.2 100 ms . 800 A max.000 Rating Plug Cat. ➀ Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to +55 °C ambient. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) 5. 2 TIME IN SECONDS 1 . Cat.003 .ab. -M6.9 1 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) 20 CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-677 (1) SC-6913-98 Effective February 1999 Time-Current Curves.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.000 Adjustable Short Delay Time 2.03 . For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40 °C. kA.001 10. -M6 Molded Case Circuit Breakers 10. For field testing using primary injection methods. Calibration response in short delay pickup range is same for 1. In Engaged Push to Trip Short Delay Pickup x In 5 4 6 3 7 2 8 Remove Available Rating Plugs Ampere Rating (In) 500 Type 300 800 700 600 500 450 400 Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Rating Plug Catalog Number 140U-MRP3-D80 140U-MRP3-D70 140U-MRP3-D60 140U-MRP3-D50 140U-MRP3-D45 140U-MRP3-D40 Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 1600-6400 1400-5600 1200-4800 1000-4000 900-3600 800-3200 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Interrupting Rating Breaker Type 140U-M5 140U-M6 Breaker Type UL/CSA RMS Sym.001 .7 . ➃ For ground fault time/current curves see 40752-678.7 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) . 50/60 Hz 240V (Ue) Icu Ics 140U-M5 140U-M6 65 100 Utilization Category A U imp = 8kV 65 100 380/415V (U e ) Icu Ics 50 70 50 50 690V (U e) Icu Ics 20 25 10 13 480V 50 65 600V 25 35 100 1 MIN U T E 50 30 20 2X 10 Notes Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit. A subsequent overload will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal. See above tabulation.05 .01 .1 .5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 . kA.5 .3 200 ms .6 .002 1000 4000 2000 3000 5000 .9 16 . nos.000 50.05 . follow NEMA AB4-1991 publications.03 Fixed Instantaneous Override ➁ .02 . 4X 5 3 Short Delay Pickup Settings (Tolerance ? 10%) 6X There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload. 2 or 3 poles in series.

2 150 ms .000 Cat.000 Adjustable Short Delay Time Rating Plug Cat. consult Rockwell Automation.01 .000 1 HOUR Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Ground Current) Technical Data Covers.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-M Electronic Trip Units with Ground Fault Protection Ground Fault Protection 320 160 10.005 .com/catalogs .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.02 .000 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Short Delay Pickup x In Ground Fault Pickup x Ig 3 2 1 4 5 Time MIsec 500 Trip Unit 40 o C Ambient Test 5 2. 800 A max.03 .3 .002 . In Push to Trip 4 Engaged 2 Short Delay Pickup x In 5 6 3 7 8 Time MIsec 200 100 I 300 Ground Fault Pickup x Ig 3 2 1 4 5 Time MIsec 500 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate Test 500 300 150 I Ig = 160A Trip Unit 40 oC Ambient Remove 300 Notes Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to +55 °C ambient. Fixed Short Delay Time Rating Plug ➀ 3. For possible continuous ampere derating for ambient above 40 °C.05 . -M6.5 300 ms . Continued 60 Visit our website: www.003 . For field testing using primary injection methods.1 I . Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit. Electronic Trip Units for use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-M5.001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 100 40752-678 (1) SC-6914-98 Effective February 1999 GROUND CURRENT-IN MULTIPLES OF Ig = 160A Time-Current Curves.000 1120 1280 1440 1600 800 480 640 960 16000 GROUND CURRENT-AMPERES 2 HOURS 5.ab. ➀ For phase time/current curves see: 40752-674 40752-675 40752-676 40752-677 200 100 1 MINUTE 50 30 20 10 1xIG 3xIG 5 3 4xIG 2 TIME IN SECONDS Ground Fault Pickup Settings (Tolerance ± 10% Except ± 20% on 1xIG Setting) 2xIG 1 5xIG 500 ms . follow NEMA publication (AB4-1991). In Engaged Push to Trip 4 2 6 3 7 8 300 150 I Ig = 160A Remove 1.

) 1200 A vailable Rating Plugs Ampere Rating (I n) 1200 1000 800 700 600 600.– /n– “Y” Short Delay Pickup x In 5 4 6 3 2 7 8 TEST Trip Unit 40° C Ambient Engaged Remov e 500 Frame Rating Amperes (Max.8 . I2t Ramp Short Time Delay Rating Plug 3.000 Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) 1 HO U R Electronic Trip Units are AC only devices that employ microprocessor based technology that provides true RMS current sensing means for proper correlation with thermal characteristics of conductors and equipment.6 . 4X 5X 8X TIME IN SECONDS ➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker. and -N0.000 80. Continued 200.8 .6 .02 SECONDS .000 100.3 6X .000 40.000 30. ➃ Not UL/CSA Listed.000 Push to Trip Cat.005 .000 50.01 .01 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve➂ . CHND 200 100 NDC. Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at14000A (Tolerance ±15%).001 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 . For field testing using primary injection methods.000 CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-690 (1) SC-5375-92A Effective October 1997 Time-Current Curves.7 .9 1 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) 20 .7 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.5 . 1000. 10 5 3 2 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ± 10%) ➀ There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay.25 ICU ICW = 15 kA @ . Amperes (kA) UL/CSA Breaker Type 240V 480V 65 50 ND.1 . CND 100 65 HND.003 .005 . consult Rockwell Automation Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.com/catalogs 61 .000 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) . The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.5S U imp = 8kV 3X 2X Notes Curve accuracy applies from -20 °C to +55° ambient above 40 °C.002 60.03 .001 Visit our website: www. A subsequent overloads will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.5 .05 Fixed Instantaneous Overide➁ . They are used with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-N5. 100 50 Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 Hz RMS Sym.000 70.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-N Electronic LS Trip Units 10.ab.000 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 2. -N6. For ground fault time-current curves see 40752-692.000 .003 .2 7X .002 . CNDC 1 MIN U T E 600V 25 35 50 IEC 947-2 220-240V 65 100 200 380-415V 50 65 100 30 20 ICS = .000 Standard Fixed Rating Plug 1.02 .05 .9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 2 HO U R S Circuit Breaker 5. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991. 1200 Type Catalog Number 140U-NRP3-E12 140U-NRP3-E10 140U-NRP3-D80 140U-NRP3-D70 140U-NRP3-D60 140U-NRPA-E12 Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 2400-9600 2000-8000 1600-6400 1400-5600 1200-4800 1200-9600 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Adj.000 10. 1 .000 90. 800.000 20. See above tabulation.5 .1 . The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit breaker itself.03 .

➂ The end of the curve is determined by the interrupting rating of the circuit breaker.7 . Approximately five minutes is required between overloads to completely reset the memory 10 4X 5 3 2 Short Delay Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ±10%) ➁ For high fault current levels a fixed instantaneous override is provided at14000A (Tolerance ±15%).03 .002 CURRENT IN AMPS 40752-691 (1) SC-5376-92A Effective October 1997 Time-Current Curves. Continued 62 Visit our website: www. See above tabulation.001 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 .000 90.5 . Amperes (kA) UL/CSA Breaker Type 240V 480V 65 50 140U-N5 100 65 140U-N6 200 100 140U-N0 600V 25 35 50 IEC 947-2 220-240V 65 100 200 380-415V 50 65 100 50 Notes ICS = .5S U imp = 8kV Curve accuracy applies from -20 °C to +55° C ambient.000 200. A subsequent overloads will cause the circuit breaker to trip in shorter time than normal.Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul.05 Fixed Instantaneous Overide➁ .000 Standard Fixed Rating Plug TEST Trip Unit 40 Ambient °C Engaged Remov e 1. -N6. For use with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-N5. ➃ Not UL/CSA Listed.com/catalogs 60. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991.25 ICU ICW = 15 kA @ .003 .3 200 MS .8 .000 40.01 Interrupting Rating Determines End of Curve➂ .000 100.9 1 CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) 20 .005 .5 . 30 20 2X For ground fault time-current curves see 40752-692.000 70. 800.000 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 2. Catalog Number 140U-NRP3-E12 140U-NRP3-E10 140U-NRP3-D80 140U-NRP3-D70 140U-NRP3-D60 140U-NRPA-E12 Short Delay Pickup Range Amperes 2400-9600 2000-8000 1600-6400 1400-5600 1200-4800 1200-9600 500 300 200 Long Delay➀ Maximum Total Clearing Time Long Delay➀ Minimum Total Clearing Time 100 1 MIN U T E Interrupting Ratings – 50/60 Hz RMS Sym.1 .01 SECONDS .8 .001 .000 30. Adjustable Short Time Delay Rating Plug Push to Trip Cat.6 . and -N0.000 50.2 100MS .000 Electronic Trip Units are AC only devices that employ microprocessor-based technology that provides true RMS current sensing means for proper correlation with thermal characteristics of conductors and equipment.02 .000 Frame Rating Amperes (Max.140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-N LSI Electronic Trip Unit CURRENT IN MULTIPLES OF RATING PLUG AMPERES (In) .05 .000 80.005 . 1200 Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Adj.003 .) 1200 A vailable Rating Plugs Ampere Type Rating (I n) 1200 1000 800 700 600 600. The memory effect comes into play if a current above the long delay pickup value exists for a time and then is cleared by the tripping of a downstream device or the circuit breaker itself.1 I . 1000. For possible ampere derating for ambient above 40 °C.5 300 MS .6 . consult Rockwell Automation Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit. ➀ There is a memory effect that can act to shorten the long delay.02 .– /n– “Y” Short Delay Pickup x In 5 4 6 3 2 7 8 3. For field testing using primary injection methods.000 .7 .000 10.002 .9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10.000 20 2 HO U R S Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Phase Current) 1 HO U R 5. The amount of time delay reduction is inverse to the amount of time that has elapsed since the previous overload.000 20.ab. 6X 3X 5X 7X 8X TIME IN SECONDS 1 .03 .

3 .90 100 .60 . 3. follow NEMA publication AB-4-1991. 600 A . .5 SEC .000 Engaged Remov e Trip Unit 40 Ambient °C Millisec IG=200A 500 Notes 300 200 Curve accuracy applies from –20 °C to + 55°C ambient. 100 1 MIN U T E 50 30 20 5 200 A .ab.02 .003 .140U/UE Time-Current Curves for Bulletin 140U-N Electronic LSG. and N0.000 2 HO U R S 500 Circuit Breaker Time/Current Curves (Ground Current) 1 HO U R 5.005 . LSIG Trip Units with Ground Fault Protection CURRENT IN AMPERES 2000 3000 600 700 800 900 1000 4000 . 3 2 Ground Fault Pick Up Settings (Tolerance ±10% Except ±20% on 200 A.05 . -N6.80 .70 .Bulletin 140U/UE Molded Case Circuit Breakers Bul. 1 TIME IN SECONDS 800 A . 1200 A . 10 1000 A .000 Typical Trip Unit Nameplate 2.50 . Setting) 400 A .– /n– “Y” Short Delay Pickup x In 5 4 6 3 2 7 8 Ground Fault Pickup x IG 4 3 5 2 1 6 Time 500 300 150 1 TEST 1.com/catalogs 63 .000 Rating Plug Push to Trip Cat.70 . and -691.90 100 5000 200 300 400 10.3 SEC .001 500 600 700 800 900 1000 2000 4000 CURRENT IN AMPERES 40752-692 (1) SC-5377-92A Effective October 1997 3000 5000 200 300 400 Visit our website: www.50 .15 SEC . They are used with Circuit Breaker Types 140U-N5.000 Electronic Trip Units are AC only devices that employ microprocessor-based technology that provides true RMS current sensing means for proper correlation with thermal characteristics of conductors and equipment. For field testing using primary injection methods.03 .5 . For phase time-current curves see 40752-690.002 .01 .2 .80 .1 I . Electronic trip units are suitable for functional field testing with test kit.60 .

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