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Masterpact

Installation recommendations

Presentation Functions and characteristics Dimensions and connection Electrical diagrams

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Operating conditions Installation in switchboard Door interlock catch Cable-type door interlock Connection of MN, MX and XF voltage releases Power connection Recommended busbars drilling Busbar sizing Temperature derating Power dissipation and input/output resistance Substitution kit
Additional characteristics

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Operating conditions

E51260B

Ambient temperature
Masterpact devices can operate under the following temperature conditions: the electrical and mechanical characteristics are stipulated for an ambient temperature of -5 C to +70 C; circuit-breaker closing is guaranteed down to -35 C; Storage conditions are as follows: -40 to +85C for a Masterpact device without its control unit -25C to +85C for the control unit.
Test

E51261B

Extreme atmospheric conditions


Masterpact devices have successfully passed the tests defined by the following standards for extreme atmospheric conditions: IEC 68-2-1: dry cold at -55 C; IEC 68-2-2: dry heat at +85 C; IEC 68-2-30: damp heat (temperature +55 C, relative humidity 95%); IEC 68-2-52 level 2: salt mist. Masterpact devices can operate in the industrial environments defined by standard IEC 947 (pollution degree up to 4). It is nonetheless advised to check that the devices are installed in suitably cooled switchboards without excessive dust.

Test

Vibrations
Masterpact devices are guaranteed against electromagnetic or mechanical vibrations. Tests are carried out in compliance with standard IEC 68-2-6 for the levels required by merchant-marine inspection organisations (Veritas, Lloyds, etc.): 2 to 13.2 Hz: amplitude 1 mm; 13.2 to 100 Hz: constant acceleration 0.7 g. Excessive vibration may cause tripping, breaks in connections or damage to mechanical parts.
E51262B

Test

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E51263B

Altitude
At altitudes higher than 2000 metres, the modifications in the ambient air (electrical resistance, cooling capacity) lower the following characteristics as follows:
Altitude (m) Dielectric resistance voltage (V) Average insulation level (V) Maximum utilisation voltage (V) Average thermal current (A) at 40 C 2000 3500 1000 690 1 x In 3000 3150 900 590 0.99 x In 4000 2500 700 520 0.96 x In 5000 2100 600 460 0.94 x In

2000 m

Test

E51264B

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

Test

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Installation in switchboard

Possible positions
E47650A E47651A E47652A E47657A

Power supply
Masterpact devices can be supplied either from the top or from the bottom without reduction in performance, in order to facilitate connection when installed in a switchboard.
E47653A

Mounting the circuit-breaker


It is important to distribute the weight of the device uniformily over a rigid mounting surface such as rails or a base plate. This mounting plane should be perfectly flat (tolerance on support flatness: 2 mm). This eliminates any risk of deformation which could interfere with correct operation of the circuit breaker. Masterpact devices can also be mounted on a vertical plane using the special brackets.
E47656A

Mounting on rails.

E47658A

Mounting with vertical brackets.

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Partitions
Sufficient openings must be provided in partitions to ensure good air circulation around the circuit breaker; Any partition between upstream and downstream connections of the device must be made of nonmagnetic material. For high currents, of 2500 A and upwards, the metal supports or barriers in the immediate vicinity of a conductor must be made of non-magnetic material A; Metal barriers through which a conductor passes must not form a magnetic loop.

E47659A

A : non magnetic material

E47660A

Busbars
The mechanical connection must be exclude the possibility of formation of a magnetic loop around a conductor.
E47662B

non magnetic material

Increases the length of the tracking path between phases; Reduces the risk of short circuits being caused by objects falling from above onto circuit breaker connections.

E47663A

E47664

Interphase barrier

E47661A

351 (NT) 453 (NW)


F

Dimensions and weights

Main dimensions in mm (H x W x D)
Masterpact drawout fixed 3P 4P 3P 4P NT06/12 322 x 288 x 277 322 x 358 x 277 301 x 276 x 196 301 x 346 x 196 NW08/40 439 x 441 x 395 439 x 556 x 395 352 x 422 x 297 352 x 537 x 297 NW40b/63 479 x 786 x 395 479 x 1016 x 395 352 x 767 x 297 352 x 997 x 297

Weight (kg)
Masterpact drawout fixed 3P 4P 3P 4P NT06/12 30 39 14 18 NW08/40 90 120 60 80 NW40b/63 225 300 120 160

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Door interlock catch

Mounted on the right or left-hand side of the craddle, this device inhibits opening of the cubicle door when the circuit breaker is in connected or test position. It the breaker is put in the connected position with the door open, the door may be closed without having to disconnect the circuit breaker.

E47669B

15 (1) 8 17 (2)

Catch not supplied


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Dimensions (mm)
Type NT08-16 (3P) NT08-16 (4P) NW08-40 (3P) NW08-40 (4P) NW40b-63 (3P) NW40b-63 (4P) (1) 135 205 215 330 660 775 (2) 168 168 215 215 215 215

Breaker in connected or test position


Door cannot be opened
E47670A

door

F (1) (2)

Dimensions (mm)
Type NT NW (1) 5 83 (2) 23 103

Breaker in disconnected position


Door can be opened
E47671A

Note: The door interlock can either be mounted on the right side or the left side of the breaker. F Datum.

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Cable-type door interlock Connection of MN, MX and XF voltage releases


NT/NW Cable-type door interlock
This option prevents door opening when the circuit breaker is closed and prevents circuit breaker closing when the door is open. For this, a special plate associated with a lock and a cable is mounted on the right side of the circuit breaker. With this interlock installed, the source changeover function cannot be implemented.
E59113A

E59114B

46 121 165 10

79

52

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Wiring of voltage releases


During pick-up, the power consumed is approximately 150 to 200 VA. For low control voltages (12, 24, 48 V), maximum cable lengths are imposed by the voltage and the cross-sectional area of cables. Recommended maximum cable lengths (meter)
12 V 2,5 mm2 MN U source 100 % U source 85 % MX-XF U source 100 % 21 U source 85 % 10 1,5 mm2 12 6 24 V 2,5 mm2 58 16 115 75 1,5 mm2 35 10 70 44 48 V 2,5 mm2 280 75 550 350 1,5 mm2 165 45 330 210

Note: the indicated length is that of each of the two wires

E59115A

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Power connection

E47675A

If cables are used for the power connections, make sure that they do not apply excessive mechanical forces to the circuit breaker terminals. For this, make the connections as follows: extend the circuit breaker terminals using short bars designed and installed according to the recommendations for bar-type power connections: v for a single cable, use solution B opposite v for multiple cables, use solution C opposite. in all cases, follow the general rules for connections to busbars: v position the cable lugs before inserting the bolts v the cables should firmly secured to the framework E.

E47676A

Cables connections

E
E47677A

E47672A

The busbars should be suitably adjusted to ensure that the connection points are positioned on the terminals before the bolts are inserted B The connections are held by the support which is solidly fixed to the framework of the switchboard, such that the circuit breaker terminals do not have to support its weight C. (This support should be placed close to the terminals).

E47674A

Electrodynamic stresses The first busbar support or spacer shall be situated within a maximum distance from the connection point of the breaker (see table below). This distance must be respected so that the connection can withstand the electrodynamic stresses between phases in the event of a short circuit.
Maximum distance A between busbar to circuit breaker connection and the first busbar support or spacer with respect to the value of the prospective short-circuit current. Isc (kA) 30 50 65 80 100 150 distance A (mm) 350 300 250 150 150 150

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E47673A

Busbars connections

E47678A

Clamping Correct clamping of busbars depends amongst other things, on the tightening torques used for the nuts and bolts. Over-tightening may have the same consequences as under-tightening. For connecting busbars (Cu ETP-NFA51-100) to the circuit breaker, the tightening torques to be used are shown in the table below. These values are for use with copper busbars and steel nuts and bolts, class 8.8. The same torques can be used with AGS-T52 quality aluminium bars (French standard NFA 02-104 or American National Standard H-35-1). Examples
E47667B E47665 E47668

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1 terminal screw factory-tightened to 16 Nm (NW), 13 Nm (NT) 2 breaker terminal 3 busbar 4 bolt 5 washer 6 nut

Tightening torques nominal (mm) drilling (mm) 10 11

tightening torque (Nm) with grower or flat washers 37.5

with contact or corrugatec washers 50

Busbar drilling Examples


E47329A

E47330A

Isolation distance

E47680A

X
Dimensions (mm)
Ui 600 V 1000 V X min 8 mm 14 mm

Busbar bending When bending busbars maintain the radius indicated below(a smaller radius would cause cracks).
E47679A

r e

Dimensions (mm)
e 5 10 radius of curvature r min 5 15 recommended 7.5 18 to 20

E47331A

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Recommended busbars drilling Masterpact NT06 to NT16

Rear connection
E59308A E59308A

Rear connection with spreaders


E59309A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

E59310A

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

Middle left or middle right spreader for 4P


E59325A E59326A

Middle spreader for 3P


E59327A

Left or right spreader for 4P


77 38,5 25 30 = = 13,5
E59328A

Left or right spreader for 3P


77 38,5 25 = = 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 13,5

77 38,5 25 = = 13,5

E59324A

44 25 9,5 12,5 60 12,5 2 11

30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 52 82 52 15

30 82 52 15 5 11 25 52 52 82 52 15

30 5 11 25

5 11 25

Vertical rear connection


32

40

50

63

E59315 A

E59311A

E59312A

E59313A

E59314A

80

25 12,5

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

25

12 maxi

25 12,5

12 maxi

12,5

12,5

12,5

12,5 12,5

12,5

E59329A

60 12,5 12,5 9,5 25 44

2 11

Front connection
E59308A E59308A

Front connection via vertical connection adapters


E59309A E59310A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

E59332A

Top connection
E59330A

Bottom connection

44
E59331A

25 21

89 = =

12,5 15

25

9,5

2 11 13

101 3 11 15 20

21

13 2 11 25 44 9,5

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Masterpact NW08 to NW63

Horizontal rear connection NW08 to NW38


E59308A E59309A E59310A

NW40b to NW50
E59316A

15

15 12 maxi

E59317A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

80

100 22 28 12 maxi

100 28 22 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

25 25

12,5

25 25

12,5

E59333A

E59323A

76 38 25 = = 13 12,5 47 3 11,5 14,5

115 39

115 39

115 39

115 39

115 39

Vertical rear connection NW08 to NW32, NW40b to NW50


E59318A E59319A E59320A E59321A

50

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

25 25 12 maxi

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

E59322A

40

63

80

100

25 25 12,5 12 maxi

12,5

12,5

12,5 12,5

12,5

12,5

E59334A

47 14,5 12,5 13 = = 3 11,5 38 25 76

Front connection NW08 to NW32


E59308A E59309A

63 25,5 12,5 12 maxi

E59310A

50 12,5 12,5 12 maxi

80 15 15 12 maxi

25

12,5

25

12,5

25 25

12,5

Top connection
E59335A

Bottom connection

76 25 25 13
E59336A

12,5 3 11,5

3 11,5 12,5

25 25

13

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Busbar sizing

Basis of tables: maximum permissible busbars temperature: 100 C Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection busbar material is unpainted copper.

Front or rear horizontal connection


E47681A

Masterpact

maximum service current


400 630 800 1000 1250 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2500 2800 3000 3200 3800 4000 4500 5000

Ti : 40 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

Ti : 50 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5 8b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

Ti : 60 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 8b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 3b.50 x 10 2b.80 x 10 3b.63 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.80 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10

NT06 NT06 NT08 or NW08 NT10 or NW10 NT12 or NW12 NT16 or NW16 NT16 or NW16 NW20 NW20 NW25 NW25 NW32 NW32 NW32 NW40 NW40 NW50 NW50

With Masterpact NT, it is recommanded to use 50 mm wideness bars (see "Recommended busbars drilling")

Example
Conditions: drawout version horizontal busbars Ti: 50 C service current: 1800 A. Solution: For Ti = 50 C, use an NW20 which can be connected with three 80 x 5 mm bars or two 63 x 10 mm bars.

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Basis of tables: maximum permissible busbars temperature: 100 C Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection busbar material is unpainted copper.

Rear vertical connection


E47682A

Masterpact

Maximum service current


400 630 800 1000 1250 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2500 2800 3000 3200 3800 4000 4500 5000 5700 6300

Ti: 40 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.63 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.63 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.100 x 5 2b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 1b.80 x 10 2b.50 x 10 1b.80 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

Ti: 50 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.50 x 5 3b.50 x 5 2b.80 x 5 3b.63 x 5 2b.80 x 5 2b.100 x 5 2b.100 x 5 4b.80 x 5 4b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5 6b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.50 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 3b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 5b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

Ti: 60 C no. of 5 mm thick bars


2b.30 x 5 2b.40 x 5 2b.50 x 5 2b.63 x 5 3b.50 x 5 3b.63 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.80 x 5 3b.100 x 5 3b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 4b.100 x 5 5b.100 x 5

no. of 10 mm thick bars


1b.30 x 10 1b.40 x 10 1b.50 x 10 1b.63 x 10 2b.40 x 10 2b.50 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.63 x 10 2b.80 x 10 2b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 3b.80 x 10 4b.80 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 4b.100 x 10 6b.100 x 10 7b.100 x 10 8b.100 x 10

NT06 NT06 NT08 or NT10 or NT12 or NT16 or NT16 or

NW08 NW10 NW12 NW16 NW16 NW20 NW20 NW25 NW25 NW32 NW32 NW32 NW40 NW40 NW50 NW50 NW63 NW63

Example
Conditions: drawout version vertical connections Ti: 40 C service current: 1100 A. Solution : i For T= 40 C use an NT12 or NW12 which can be connected with two 63 x 5 mm bars or with one 63 x 10 mm bar .

Note The values indicated in these tables have been extrapolated from test data and theoretical calculations. These tables are only intended as a guide and cannot replace industrial experience or a temperature rise test.

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Temperature derating Power dissipation and input /output resistance

Temperature derating
The table below indicates the maximum current rating, for each connection type, as a function of the ambient temperature around the circuit breaker and the busbars. Circuit breakers with mixed connections have the same derating as horizontally connected breakers. For ambient temperatures greater than 60 C, consult us. Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connection
version connection temp. Ti NT06 H1/L1 NT08 H1/L1 NT10 H1/L1 NT12 H1 NT16 H1 NW08 N/H/L NW10 N/H/L NW12 N/H/L NW16 N/H/L NW20 H1/H2/H3 NW20 L1 NW25 H1/H2/H3 NW32 H1/H2/H3 NW40 H1/H2/H3 NW40b H1/H2 NW50 H1/H2 NW63 H1/H2 drawout front or rear horizontal 40 45 50 55 630 800 1000 1250 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2000 2500 3200 4000 4000 5000 rear vertical 40 45 50 fixed front or rear horizontal 40 45 50 55 rear vertical 40 45 50

60

55

60

60

55

60

630 800 1000 1250 1520 1480 1430 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2000 2500 3200 4000 4000 5000 6300

630 800 1000 1250 1560 1510 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3200 3850 4000 4000 5000 6200

630 800 1000 1250 1550 1600 800 1000 1250 1600 1920 2000 2500 3200 3900 3800 4000 4000 5000 6300

1980 1890 1900 1850 1800 3100 3000 2900 3900 3750 3650

Power dissipation and input / output resistance


Total power dissipation is the value measured at N, I 50/60 Hz, for a 3 pole or 4 pole breaker (values above 2). the power P = 3RI The resistance between input / output is the value measured per pole (cold state).
version NT06 H1/L1 NT08 H1/L1 NT10 H1/L1 NT12 H1 NT16 H1 NW08 N1 NW08 H/L NW10 N1 NW10 H/L NW12 N1 NW12 H/L NW16 N1 NW16 H/L NW20 H/L NW25 H1/H2/H3 NW32 H1/H2/H3 NW40 H1/H2/H3 NW40b H1/H2 NW50 H1/H2 NW63 H1/H2 drawout power dissipation (Watts) 55/115 (H1/L1) 90/140 (H1/L1) 150/230 (H1/L1) 250 460 137 100 220 150 330 230 480 390 470 600 670 900 550 950 1200 input/output resistance (ohm) 38/72 38/72 38/72 36 36 42 30 42 30 42 27 37 27 27 19 13 11 7 7 7 fixed power dissipation (Watts) 30/45 50/80 80/110 130 220 62 42 100 70 150 100 220 170 250 260 420 650 390 660 1050 input/ouput resistance (ohm) 26/39 26/39 26/39 26 26 19 13 19 13 19 13 19 13 13 8 8 8 5 5 5

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Substitution kit Fixed / drawout devices 800 to 3200 A


Our services department have developed a substitution kit to make it possible to replace a Masterpact (M08 to M32) with a new Masterpact (NW08 to NW32) with the same power rating. Substitution is possible for the following types of circuit breakers: c N1, H1, H2 for both fixed and drawout versions c L1 for drawout versions up to 2000 A.

Mounting diagram
Fixed version Drawout version

Y
E59218B

Y
E59219A

14

29,5 X 25

2 11,5 x 22

14 11,5

4 6,5

9,5 211 X 6

124 162 150

10

110 175

11 200 (3P) 315 (4P)

11

10,5 2 11 X 6

200

167,5 (3P) 282,5 (4P) 267,5 (4P)

162,5

: Masterpact NW : Masterpact M

Fixing points are identical for Masterpact (M08 to M32) and Masterpact (NW08 to NW32), except for the four-pole craddle.

Door cut-out
without an escutcheon, the cut-out is identical (270 x 325 mm). with the former escutcheon, the cut-out is identical (270 x 325 mm). with the new escutcheon, the cut-out is different. Drawout version
E59221A

Fixed version

E59220A

295 mini (3P) 410 mini (4P)

300 mini (3P) 415 mini (4P)

300 mini

295 mini

270 (1) 316 (2) 135 (1) 158 (2)

270 (1) 379 (2)

X 135 (1)

222 (2) 153,3 (1)

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

325 (1) 364 (2)

162,5 (1) 182 (2)

47 (1)

Power connections For details of substitution kits, please contact our services team on 0113 2903616.

Note: (1) Without escutcheon (2) With escutcheon References X and Y represent the symmetry planes for three-pole devices

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E59217A

M08 to M32

NW08 to NW32

Electrical diagrams
Correspondences between Masterpact NW and Masterpact M terminal blocks Power
E59222

Control unit
ALR, V, MR6, R options equivalent functions using M2C or M6C

Remote operation
ready to close charged 262 B3

power
N L1 L2 L3

fault

fault

AT BPO
C12

BPF

252

Z12

Z22

Z21

Z21

Z11

254

C2

D4

82

84

C12

A4

252

474

484

182

184

VN

Q1

Q2

Q3

254

C2

C3

A2

V1

V2

V3

K2

D2

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

82

84

A3

Q I Micrologic U
M2C or M6C or S1 S2 SDE2 Res or SDE1 MN MX2 MX1 XF PF

MCH

CH

F2+

C11

471

181

251

D1

C1

K1

81

M1

M2

M3

F1

D1

A1

C11

251

C1

(1)

24 V DC

Indication contacts
E59223A

F2+

F1

Craddle contacts

open

closed

closed

not connected or connected and open

connected and closed

disconnected

connected

Test

362

364

352

354

334

332

324

322

314

312

372

..2

..4

832

834

822

824

812

814

332

334

322

324

312

314

934

924

932

922

914

..2

..4

..6

..8

44

34

24

14

EF . . OF4 OF3 OF2 OF1 OF . . OF CD3 or CD2 CD1 CE3 CE2 CE1 CT3 CT2 CT1

CE

831

821

331

321

811

311

41

31

21

931

..1

..5

361

351

331

321

311

41

31

21

921

Identical to Masterpact M New or additional functions

..1

Different than Masterpact M

(1) The current transformer for the external neutral must be replaced

118

371

11

911

11

912

42

32

22

12

374

42

32

22

44

34

24

12

14

A1

B1

81

B1

T1

T2

T3

T4

B2

B4