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Overvoltage Protection OVR®Range

FRSOX 0104 04 GB

Overvoltage Protection OVR®Range FRSOX 0104 04 GB ABB Lightning Protection Group 1

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Overvoltage Protection OVR®Range FRSOX 0104 04 GB ABB Lightning Protection Group 1

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Max. discharge
Max. discharge
s: with safety reserve
current 8/20,
current 10/350,
P: pluggable unit
Nothing: single block
I max (kA):
10
I imp (kA):
7
15
15
40
65
100
Type I (Class I - Class B test)
Codification only
➟ HL
3L
OVR
3L
- 40
- 275
s
P TS
Max. continuous
Network
1N: single phase (left) - neutral (right)
3N: three phases (left) - neutral (right)
N1: neutral (left) - single phase (right)
N3: neutral (left) - three phases (right)
2L: two poles
3L: three poles
4L: four poles
Nothing: single pole
operating voltage,
U c (V):
660
550
440
385
320
275
TS: integrated
150
remote control
75
2 2
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Overvoltage Protection

Overvoltage Protection

Summary

 

ABB OVR® Surge Protective Device Main causes for transient overvoltage

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Definition of the parameters Product Selection Product Overview

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OVR®– Selection Guide TNS TN-C-S TNC TN private home TT TT private home

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Installation Rules

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Technical characterics Type 1 + 2 (class B + C) Products, 275 V

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Type 2 (class C) Products Surge protective devices for telephone & data transmission lines: OVR TC

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ABB OVR ® Surge Protective Device

ABB OVR ® Surge Protective Device Transient overvoltage is a voltage peack of short duration (shorter
ABB OVR ® Surge Protective Device Transient overvoltage is a voltage peack of short duration (shorter
ABB OVR ® Surge Protective Device Transient overvoltage is a voltage peack of short duration (shorter

Transient overvoltage is a voltage peack of short duration (shorter than a millisecond) which amplitude can reach 20 times nominal voltage.

Without Surge Protective Device, overvoltage reaches electrical equipment. The whole surge current flows through the equipment and destroys it.

Surge Protective Device limits transient overvoltages and diverts surge currents to the ground.

6 kV
6 kV
1.2 kV
1.2 kV

Surge Protective Device contains at least one non linear component:

during normal operation, Surge Protective Devices act as an open circuit.

when overvoltage reaches the Surge Protective Device, it behaves as a closed circuit.

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Main causes for transient overvoltages

Lightning strike

A lightning strike can have a destructive or disturbing effect on electrical installations situated up to several kilometers away from the actual point of the strike.

During a storm, cables can transmit the effect of a lightning strike to electrical equipment installed inside buildings.

A lightning protection device (such as a lightning rod or a Faraday cage) installed on a building to protect it against the risk of a direct strike (fire) can increase the risk of damage to electrical equipment connected to the main supply near or inside the building.

The lightning protection device diverts the high strike current to earth, considerably raising the potential of the ground close to the building on which it is installed. This causes overvoltages on the electrical equipment directly via the earth terminals and induced via the underground supply cables.

terminals and induced via the underground supply cables. Direct strike on overhead line Indirect lightning strike

Direct strike on overhead line

underground supply cables. Direct strike on overhead line Indirect lightning strike Surge current Induced overvoltage

Indirect lightning strike

Surge current Induced overvoltage Earthing Earth equipotentiality Strike on a lightning rod
Surge current
Induced overvoltage
Earthing
Earth equipotentiality
Strike on a lightning rod

Switching operation on the power distribution system

The switching of transformers, motors or inductances in general, sudden variation of load, disconnection of circuit breakers or cut outs (i.e in the distribution circuits) lead to overvoltages that penetrate the user’s building.

Significantly, the closer the building is to a generating station or sub station, the higher the overvoltages may be.

It is also necessary to take into account mutual induction effects between the high voltage power line and aerial sections of the low voltages lines as well as direct contact between lines of different voltages caused by accidental breaking of cables.

Parasitic interferences

These are interferences with different amplitudes and frequencies that are injected into the electrical supply by the user himself or his environment.

The parasites can, for example, be due to:

Arc furnaces

Welding equipment

Thyristors operation

Etc…

Contactors operation Opening circuit breakers Starting a motor

Opening circuit breakers Starting a motor • • MV disturbances transmitted to LV Disturbances generated by
MV disturbances transmitted to LV
MV disturbances transmitted to LV
Starting a motor • • MV disturbances transmitted to LV Disturbances generated by the user These

Disturbances generated by the user

These interferences have little energy but their short duration, their steep wave front and their peak value (that can reach several kilovolts) can have harmful effects on the proper functioning of sensitive equipment causing either disruption or complete destruction.

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Surge Protection Device

Definition of the parameters

Aim of the protection Surge protection devices are used to prevent current surges from flowing through the network by diverting them harmlessly to the ground.They also limit overvoltages to values compatible with the withstand of the equipment or devices connected.

Parameters of the protection It can be easily understood from the above that the critical parameters of a surge protective device are its ability to divert high values of current to the ground (i.e. to dissipate large amount of energy) and to limit the voltage to the lowest possible level.

Occurence of waveshapes 10/350 & 8/20.

Current surges with two different waveshapes are necessary to represent lightning currents:

– A long waveshape (10/350 µs) which corresponds to a direct lightning strike.

– A short waveshape (8/20 µs) which represents a damped indirect strike.

Wave 10/350 I imp Surge current Induced overvoltage Earthing Earth equipotentiality
Wave 10/350
I
imp
Surge current
Induced overvoltage
Earthing
Earth equipotentiality

Direct lightning strike on a lightning rod

Wave 8/20 Wave 10/350 I imp I I imp imp 2 2
Wave 8/20
Wave 10/350
I imp
I
I imp
imp
2
2

Distant lightning strike on aerial line

Wave 8/20
Wave 8/20

Indirect lightning strike

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Wave 10/350 I imp I imp I imp 2 2
Wave 10/350
I
imp
I imp
I imp
2
2

Close lightning strike on aerial line

Wave 8/20
Wave 8/20

Indirect lightning strike

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Maximum current I max or I imp . This is the maximum value of a surge current that can be diverted by the surge protective device. I max is the maximum value of a 8/20 current waveshape. I imp is the maximum value of a 10/350 current waveshape.

Wave 8/20. Current impulse with a virtual front time of 8 µs and a time
Wave 8/20. Current impulse with a virtual front
time of 8 µs and a time to half value of 20 µs
(for representation of an indirect lightning strike).
Wave 10/350. Current impulse with a virtual
front time of 10 µs and a time to half value of
350 µs (for representation of a direct lightning
strike).

I (A)

I max

90% I max

50% I

max

10% I max

Wave 8/20 µs 0 8µs 20 t (µs)
Wave 8/20 µs
0
8µs
20
t (µs)

According to IEC 61643-1 § 7.6.5:

Type 1 (class B) products shall withstand 5 increasing shocks (0.1 I imp , 0.25 I imp , 0.5 I imp , 0.75 I imp , I imp ) of a 10/350 current waveshape. Type 2 (class C) products shall withstand 5 increasing shocks (0.1 I max , 0.25 I max , 0.5 I max , 0.75 I max , I max ) of a 8/20 current waveshape. The values I max or I imp have to be adapted to the expected value of the possible lightning currents.

Voltage protection level U p Voltage given by the surge protective device while diverting the surge current to the ground. U p must not exceed the voltage withstand value of the equipment connected downstream.

U (V) U (V)
U (V)
U (V)

Nominal discharge current I n Crest value of the current through the surge protective device having a current waveshape of 8/20. Type 1 (class B) and Type 2 (class C) surge protective devices shall withstand 15 discharges under I n , according to IEC 61643-1 § 7.6.4.

Maximum continuous operating voltage U c Maximum r.m.s. (root mean square) or d.c. voltage wich may be continuously applied to the surge protective device. It is equal to the rated voltage. It has to take into account the network nominal voltage U n plus the possible tolerances.

Temporary over voltage U T Maximum r.m.s. (root mean square) or d.c. overvoltage that the surge protective device can withstand for a specified time duration. After application of the temporary overvoltage and in case of failure of the surge protective device, it should be such that there is no hazard for personnel, equipment or facility.

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Product selection

Determination of the current capability

A risk analysis shall be performed to determine the current and the energy dissipation capability.

This analysis is based on three groups of parameters:

Environmental parameters: frequency of lightning storms, represented by the number of lightning strikes per year and per square kilometre (Ng).

Installation and equipment parameters: existing lightning rod, power distribution to the installation (overhead or underground line), position of the equipment in the installation,

Security parameters: replacement and unavailability cost of the equipment to be protected, risk for the environment or for human life.

Ng map (Ground Flash Density)

or for human life. Ng map (Ground Flash Density) 8 < Ng < 180 2 <

8 < Ng < 180or for human life. Ng map (Ground Flash Density) 2 < Ng < 8 50 %

2 < Ng < 8life. Ng map (Ground Flash Density) 8 < Ng < 180 50 % 40 % 5

50 %

Flash Density) 8 < Ng < 180 2 < Ng < 8 50 % 40 %

40 %

Density) 8 < Ng < 180 2 < Ng < 8 50 % 40 % 5

5 %

8 < Ng < 180 2 < Ng < 8 50 % 40 % 5 %

4 %

Ng < 180 2 < Ng < 8 50 % 40 % 5 % 4 %

1 %

< 30 kA

30 to 80 kA

80 to 100 kA

100 to 200 kA

> 200 kA

Lightning strikes frequency according to their amplitude

Exemple: choice of I imp for Type 1 (Class B) OVR ® in case of
Exemple: choice of I imp for Type 1 (Class B) OVR ® in case of
100 kA direct strike (around 95% of strikes are less than 100
kA: IEC 61-024-1-1 Annex A, Basic values of lightning current
parameters).
100 kA
According to international standard IEC 61 643-12 Annex I.1.2,
it can be assumed that:
– 50% of the total lightning current enters the earth termination.
– the remaining 50% is distributed among the services
50 kA
entering the structure (external conductive parts such as
4 x 12.5 kA
PE
pipes, electrical power and communication lines
).
For safe
calculation when selecting OVR ® for the power lines, it is
considered that these remaining 50% are carried entirely by
these power lines.
10 Ω
50 kA
Power electrical distribution
The current for each power line is 12.5kA in case of TNS & TT.
15 kA Type 1 (Class B) OVR will protect against 95% of direct lightning strikes

Determination of the voltage protection level (U p )

Surge protection devices must provide a level of protection compatible with the withstand voltage of the equipment. This withstand voltage depends on the type of equipment and its sensitivity.

Electrotechnical

Electrical equipment

Sensitive electronic

Highly sensitive

equipment

containing slightly

equipment

equipment

sensitive electronics

slightly equipment equipment sensitive electronics Required protection level U p 1.8 to 2.5 kV Required
slightly equipment equipment sensitive electronics Required protection level U p 1.8 to 2.5 kV Required
slightly equipment equipment sensitive electronics Required protection level U p 1.8 to 2.5 kV Required
slightly equipment equipment sensitive electronics Required protection level U p 1.8 to 2.5 kV Required

Required protection level U p 1.8 to 2.5 kV

Required protection level U p 1.5 to 1.8 kV

Required protection level U p 1 to 1.5 kV

Required protection level U p 0.5 to 1 kV

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B+C) P TS

15 440s

Need for multi-level protection Sometimes it is not possible to find a surge protective device which provides both the required current capability and protection level. In this case, the protection system has to have two or more levels, with a first device at the entrance of the installation (i.e. as close as possible to the point of entrance of the lightning surge), which handles the current capability, and a second device as close as possible to the protected equipment, which gives the required voltage protection level.

The distance between the OVR ® and the protected equipment must be less than 10 m. If this is not possible (e.g. the equipment is too far away from the entrance panel), then a second surge protection device has to be installed.

Telecommunication lines entering the installation must be protected as well; Grounding connections for all arresters must be equipotentially bonded.

Example: TN-C-S Separation of pen in sub distribution board

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C)
Surge
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OVR
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10-275
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SDB 3
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Computer
Type
1+2
OVR Surge
n
HL 3L (Class Arrestor
SDB 1
Type
(Class P C)
4L 2 15-275 Arrestor
Surge
p
OVR
n
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Electrical plug
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Numerical
p
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machine
machine
Heaters
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Product overview

Mono Block Units/Pluggable units

Mono Block Units

overview Mono Block Units/Pluggable units Mono Block Units ABB proposes both mono block and pluggable products.
overview Mono Block Units/Pluggable units Mono Block Units ABB proposes both mono block and pluggable products.
overview Mono Block Units/Pluggable units Mono Block Units ABB proposes both mono block and pluggable products.

ABB proposes both mono block and pluggable products. With pluggable products, only the cartridge which has reached the end of service life needs to be changed. Thanks to this cartridge system, installation time is consequently much shorter since it isn't necessary to disconnect and rewire the device (no tools needed).

Pluggable Units

and rewire the device (no tools needed). Pluggable Units The operation for changing failed cartridges is
and rewire the device (no tools needed). Pluggable Units The operation for changing failed cartridges is

The operation for changing failed cartridges is particulary safe:

1) the live contacts are inaccessible during the withdrawal phase thanks to a plastic side wall on the cartridge.

2) it’s impossible to swap a phase cartridge for a neutral cartridge thanks to an exclusive mechanical "arrow" system on the base.

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Signaling the operating status with TS,OVR SIGN or Status Indicator

Signaling with pluggable OVR

The OVR

the end of the product service life. When one or more cartridges need to be replaced, the TS contact activates a remote alarm such as buzzer or light (supplied separately).

PTS surge protective devices feature an auxiliary remote contact for signalling

P TS

Min: 12 V DC, 10 mA Max: 250 V AC, 1 A 
Min:
12 V DC, 10 mA
Max:
250 V AC, 1 A

OVR SIGN (optical monitoring block kit)

OVR SIGN in watch state
OVR SIGN in watch state

OVR SIGN in case of surge arrestor fault

The OVR SIGN is a complementary accessory both for mono block and pluggable surge protection devices. It allows easy status monitoring of one more surge arrestors, up to a maximum of 10 modules.

OVR SIGN is made of 2 modules: an emitter module E, installed to the left of the devices to be monitored and an receiver module R installed on the right. The optical link between emitter and receiver coupled to a dry contact allows remote alarm indication in addition to the local status indication (status indicators on OVR SIGN itself).

Technical caracteristics

Description

OVR SIGN

Order Code

2CTB 8138 15 R 00 00

Nominal voltage U n

V

230

Maximal continuous operating voltage U c

V

250

Frequency

Hz

50

Number of 17.5 modules

 

1+1 (1 emitter and 1 receiver)

Max. no. of 17.5 mm modules to be monitored

 

10

Emitter + receiver current consumption at 230 V in watch state

mA

< 25

Contact data

min voltage (DC)

V

5

min current

mA

10

max voltage (50 Hz)

V

250

max current (50 Hz)

A

5

Optical link visualisation

 

by green LED on emitter and receiver

Status indicator (fault visualization)

 

Red indicator on receiver

Degree of protection

 

IP 203

Disconnector (MCB or Fuse)

A

2

Connecting wire range

mm 2

0.5

1.5

Connecting wire stripping length

mm

7

Connecting wire tightening torque

Nm

0.4

Operating and storage temperature

°C

-40

+80

Maximal altitude

m

2000

Weight

g

300

Material of Housing

 

PC grey RAL 7032

Fire resistance according to UL 94

V2

Standard status indicator Safety reserve(s)

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P OVR C OVR
P
OVR
C
OVR

OVR

sP

OVR

P

 

Safety reserve

 

Standard

 

indicator

status indicator

alarm

res

on

alarm res on    
 
alarm res on    
 
alarm res on    

alarm

 

=

on

 

alarm

res

on

alarm res on   =
 

=

=

alarm

res

on

alarm res on  
 

alarm

alarm   =
 

=

=

on

Surge arrester operative

Surge arrester on reserve:

to be replaced soon

Surge arrester disconnected:

replacement mandatory

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Product overview - Single Pole/Multi Pole

Single Pole

Single pole surge protective devices are used mainly in TNS, TNC and IT.

TNS TNC, IT
TNS
TNC, IT
TN one phase Surges in common mode. In TNC, TNS, TT, IT surges can occur
TN one phase
Surges in common mode.
In TNC, TNS, TT, IT surges can occur between phases and earth (L-
) or between neutral and earth (N-
).

Surges in differential mode.

In TT, surges can also occur between phases themselves (L-L) or between phase and neutral (L-N).

Note: for TNS, differential mode surges do not occur if PE and N cable lengths are similar. This is typically the case for TN-C-S.

On the other hand, TNS can feature differential mode surges if PE and N cables have very different lengths. In such case products for TT shall be selected.

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Multi Pole

Multi pole surge protective devices already feature internal connections which make them readily available for the network they are dedicated to (TNS, TNC, TT, IT) TNS

TNS-MP

< 10 m L1 L1 L2 L2 L3 L3 N N PE < 0.5 m
< 10 m
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
N
N
PE
< 0.5 m

TNC, IT

< 10 m L1 L1 L2 L2 L3 L3 PEN TN one phase < 10
<
10 m
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
PEN
TN one phase
< 10 m
L1
N
L1
N
PE
TT
<
<
10 m
10 m
L1
L1
L1
L2
L2
L2
L3
L3
L3
N
N
N
or
PE
PE
(Pluggable)
(Mono block)
TT one phase
<
10 m
L1
L1
N
N
L1
N
or
PE
PE
(Pluggable)
(Mono block)
< 0.5 m
< 0.5 m
< 0.5 m
< 0.5 m
TT-MP
TNC-IT-MP
TT-1Ph-MP
TN-IT-1Ph-MP

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OVR ® - Selection Guide

Case 1

OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with
OVR ® - Selection Guide Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with

Building with external lighting protection

Case 2

Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with overhead line connection and Ng
Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with overhead line connection and Ng
Case 1 Building with external lighting protection Case 2 Buliding with overhead line connection and Ng

Buliding with overhead line connection and Ng > 2.5

(proximity of building with external lighting protection or proximity of high point)

L < 50 m

H > 20 m

L < 250 m

Case 3

Other cases

Building with height upper than 20 meters L < 50 m Type1+2(ClassB+C) Type 2 (Class
Building with height upper than 20 meters
L < 50 m
Type1+2(ClassB+C)
Type 2 (Class C)
or
15 kA
Type 1+2 (Class B+C) 7 kA
Type 2 (Class C) 65 kA
10 kA - 15 kA or 40 kA

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TNS

(If PE and N cables have very different lengths, products for TT shall be selected)

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40 kA
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR 3N 10-275
-
0.9 kV
MCB 32 A
P, P TS,
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
If D1+D2+D3
< 50 cm
4
x OVR 15-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
OVR 4L 15-275 P
s
P, s P
TS (2)
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
P, P TS, s,
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
On
On
On
On
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
4
x OVR 40-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
OVR 4L 40-275 P
s
P, s P TS (2)
25 A
50 A
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
D1
4 x OVR HL
15-440 s P TS
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
OVR ® 15
kA
-
curve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1.2 kV
Type 1+2
1
OVR HL 4L
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
(Class B+C)
-
15-440 s P TS50 A
63 A
4 x OVR HL
OVR ® 7 kA
Type 1+2
7-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
0.9 kV
(Class
B+C)
OVR HL 4L
7-275 P
P TS, s P,
s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
Case
2
4x OVR
D2
OVR ® 65 kA
Type 2
(Class C)
65-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
1.5
kV
OVR 4L
65-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
4 x OVR
Ng
15-275
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 32 A
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
<
1.2 kV
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR 4L
OVR ®
2.5
On
On
On
On
15-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
Case
Type
3
4 x OVR
2
Ng
40-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
curve C, or
MCB 50 A
curve C, or
(Class
>
1.2 kV
D3
OVR 4L
P TS,
C)
2.5
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
25 A
Fuse type gG
50 A
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.

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TN-C-S - Separation of the PEN (PEN PE+N) in the main distribution board

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40 kA
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR 3N 10-275
-
0.9 kV
MCB 32 A
P, P TS,
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
If D1+D2+D3
< 50 cm
4
x OVR 15-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
P TS,
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
OVR 4L 15-275 P
s
P, s P
TS (2)
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
P, P TS, s,
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
On
On
On
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
4
x OVR 40-275
On
s
P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
OVR 4L 40-275 P
s
P, s P TS (2)
25 A
50 A
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
PE
N
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
D1
OVR ®
-
Type 1+2
3 x OVR HL
15-440 s P TS
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1.2
kV
1
(Class B+C)
OVR HL 3L
Fuse type gG
15 kA
15-440 s P TS50 - A
Fuse type gG
63 A
OVR ®
3 x OVR HL
Type 1+2
7-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
0.9 kV
(Class B+C)
7 kA
OVR HL 3L
7-275 P
P TS, sP,
s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
Case
2
OVR ®
3 x OVR
D2
Type 2
65-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
1.5
kV
(Class C)
OVR 3L
65 kA
65-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
3 x OVR
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 32 A
MCB 40 A
Ng
1.2
kV
15-275
curve C, or
curve C, or
<
OVR 3L
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR ®
2.5
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
15-275 P
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
On
On
On
Case
Type
3
3 x OVR
2
Ng
kV
40-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
1.2
curve C, or
curve C, or
(Class
>
D3
OVR 3L
P TS,
C)
2.5
1.2
kV
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
25 A
Fuse type gG
50 A
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
PEN
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.

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TNC - Separation of the PEN (PEN PE+N) in the sub distribution board

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 15 kA or 40 kA OVR
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 15 kA or 40 kA
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
P, P TS,
MCB 32 A
MCB 40 A
If D1+D2+D3
< 50 cm
3
x OVR 15-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
OVR 3L 15-275 P
s
P, s P TS (2)
16 A
40 A
P, P TS, s,
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
3
x OVR 40-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR 3L 40-275 P
s
P, s P TS (2)
25 A
50 A
On
On
On
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
PE
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
D1
OVR ®
3 x OVR HL
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
-
1.2
kV
Type 1+2
15-440 s P TScurve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1
(Class B+C)
OVR HL 3L
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
-
1.2
kV
15 kA
15-440 s P TS50 A
63 A
OVR ®
3 x OVR HL
Type 1+2
7-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
0.9 kV
(Class B+C)
7 kA
OVR HL 3L
7-275 P
P TS, s P,
s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
Case
2
OVR ®
3 x OVR
D2
Type 2
65-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
1.5
kV
(Class C)
OVR 3L
65 kA
65-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
3 x OVR
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 32 A
MCB 40 A
Ng
1.2
kV
15-275
curve C, or
curve C, or
<
OVR 3L
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR ®
2.5
15-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
On
On
On
Case
Type
3
3 x OVR
2
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
Ng
1.2
kV
40-275
curve C, or
curve C, or
(Class
>
D3
OVR 3L
P TS,
C)
2.5
1.2
kV
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
25 A
Fuse type gG
50 A
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
PEN
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.

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TN private Home

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40 kA
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR 1N 10-275
-
0.9 kV
MCB 32 A
P, P TS,
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
If D1+D2+D3
2
x OVR 15-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
< 50 cm
P TS,
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
OVR 2L 15-275 P
OVR
OVR
s
P, s P
TS (2)
P, P TS, s,
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
2
x OVR 40-275
s
P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
Alarm
Alarm
1.2
kV
P TS,
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
On
On
OVR 2L 40-275 P
s
P, s P TS (2)
25 A
50 A
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
PE
N
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
D1
OVR ®
3 x OVR HL
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
-
1.2
kV
Type 1+2
15-440 s P TScurve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1
(Class B+C)
OVR HL 3L
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
-
1.2 kV
15 kA
15-440 s P TS50 A
63 A
OVR ®
3 x OVR HL
Type 1+2
7-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
0.9 kV
(Class B+C)
7 kA
OVR HL
3L 7-275 P
P TS, s P,
s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
Case
2
OVR ®
3 x OVR
D2
Type 2
65-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
1.5
kV
(Class C)
OVR 3L
65 kA
65-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
40 A
Fuse type gG
63 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
3 x OVR
MCB 32 A
MCB 40 A
Ng
1.2
kV
15-275
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
curve C, or
curve C, or
<
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR 3L
OVR ®
2.5
1.2
kV
On
On
On
15-275 P
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
16 A
Fuse type gG
40 A
Case
Type
3
3 x OVR
2
Ng
40-275
P, P TS, s,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
MCB 50 A
1.2
kV
curve C, or
curve C, or
(Class
>
D3
OVR 3L
P TS,
C)
2.5
1.2
kV
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
25 A
Fuse type gG
50 A
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
PEN
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.

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TT

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40 kA with common and differential
modes protection (3)
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR 3N 10-275
-
0.9 kV
MCB 32 A
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
If D1+D2+D3
< 50 cm
OVR 3N 15-275
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
16
A
40 A
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
curve C, or
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
OVR 3N 40-275 P
1.2
kV
Neutral
Fuse type gG
MCB 50 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
On
On
On
25
A
50 A
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
D1
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR ®
4 x OVR HL
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
-
1.2
kV
Type 1+2
15-440 s P TScurve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1
(Class B+C)
OVR HL 4L
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
-
1.2 kV
15 kA
15-440 s P TS50 A
63 A
OVR ®
Type 2
Case
OVR 3N
P TS,
1.5
kV
2
(Class C)
65-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
D2
65 kA
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
40 A
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
63 A
Ng
MCB 32 A
curve C, or
OVR 3N
P, P TS,
<
1.2
kV
15-275
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR ®
2.5
16
A
40 A
Case
Type
3
2
Ng
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
MCB 25 A
curve C, or
OVR 3N
P TS,
Neutral
(Class
>
On
On
On
1.2
kV
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
MCB 50 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
C)
2.5
25
A
50 A
D3
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.
(3) Protection L-
: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-
: neutral-earth.

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TT private Home

Sub Distribution Board OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40
Sub Distribution Board
OVR ® Type 2 (Class C) 10 kA, 15 kA or 40 kA with common and differential
modes protection (3)
OVR ® in the sub distribution board is only necessary:
If the distance between the upstream OVR ® in the main distribution board and the equipment
to protect is more than 10 m.
Or if Up given by OVR ® in the main distribution board is too high with regards to the
equipment to protect.
Or if D1 + D2 + D3 > 50 cm.
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR 1N 10-275
-
0.9 kV
MCB 32 A
curve C, or
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
If D1+D2+D3
< 50 cm
OVR 1N 15-275
P, P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
1.2
kV
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
16
A
40 A
OVR
OVR
If D1+D2+D3
> 50 cm
P TS,
s P, s P TS (2)
MCB 25 A
curve C, or
Alarm
OVR 1N 40-275 P
1.2
kV
Neutral
Fuse type gG
MCB 50 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
On
25
A
50 A
Local EBB
For coordination reasons, cable length between both OVR ® shall be at least of 5 m
Main Distribution Board
Type
Options
U p
Protection for
Protection for
D1
2
< I cs < 6 kA
(private home) (1)
I cs ≥ 6 kA
(Industry) (1)
OVR ®
4 x OVR HL
MCB 50 A
MCB 63 A
-
1.2
kV
Type 1+2
15-440 s P TScurve C, or
curve C, or
Case
1
(Class B+C)
OVR HL 4L
Fuse type gG
Fuse type gG
-
1.2 kV
15 kA
15-440 s P TS50 A
63 A
OVR ®
Type 2
Case
OVR 3N
P TS,
1.5
kV
2
(Class C)
65-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
D2
65 kA
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
40 A
MCB 63 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
63 A
Ng
MCB 32 A
curve C, or
OVR 3N
P, P TS,
<
1.2
kV
15-275
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
MCB 40 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR
OVR ®
2.5
16
A
40 A
Case
Type
3
2
Ng
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
MCB 25 A
curve C, or
OVR 3N
P TS,
Neutral
'Class
>
On
On
On
1.2
kV
40-275 P
s P, s P TS (2)
Fuse type gG
MCB 50 A
curve C, or
Fuse type gG
C)
2.5
25
A
50 A
D3
Main EBB
(1) Only required if a fuse or MCB of the same or smaller nominal value is not already provided in the upstream power supply.
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
(2) P= pluggable unit s= safety reserve TS= contact for remote indication signaling the end of product life.
(3) Protection L-
: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-
: neutral-earth.

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ABB Lightning Protection Group

Installation Rules

Associated switching element

Even if all surge arresters are provided with a built in thermal disconnector, they must be associated with an upstream protection element for protection against shot circuit currents.

or Priority to continuity of supply
or
Priority to
continuity of
supply
or
or

Priority to protection

Wiring rules

The transient overvoltages induced by lightning generate in electrical equipment very high intensity currents (several tens

of kA) that flows over very short time (a few microseconds).

As a result, connecting cables feature very high impedance.

The voltage across 1 m long wire be:

U = L di/dt = 1200 V (with 1 meter corresponding to 1 µH and for 8/20

waveshape). The connections between the OVR ® and live conductors, as well as between

OVR ® and earthing terminal must be as short as possible as the impedance

of these connections reduces the protection provided.

of these connections reduces the protection provided. wave 8/20 L = 1 m = 1200 V

wave 8/20

these connections reduces the protection provided. wave 8/20 L = 1 m = 1200 V Recommendation:
these connections reduces the protection provided. wave 8/20 L = 1 m = 1200 V Recommendation:
L = 1 m = 1200 V

L = 1 m = 1200 V

L = 1 m = 1200 V

Recommendation: D1 + D2 + D3 < 50 cm.

D1 D2 OVR OVR OVR Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On D3 Main EBB L1
D1
D2
OVR
OVR
OVR
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
D3
Main EBB
L1
L2
L3
PEN

The surge protection device should also be installed as close as possible to the equipment to be protected. The distance between the OVR ® and the protected equipment must be less than 10 m. If this is not possible (e.g. the equipment is too far away from the main distribution board), then a second surge protection device has to be installed.

Ph Equipment Ph Equipment to be to be protected protected N N Ur Ur UP
Ph
Equipment
Ph
Equipment
to be
to be
protected
protected
N
N
Ur
Ur
UP
UL1
UP
Ur = Up + UL1 + UL2
Ur = Up
UL2

ABB Lightning Protection Group

d ≤ 10 m Equipment to be protected
d ≤ 10 m
Equipment
to be
protected
d ≥ 10 m Equipment to be protected
d ≥ 10 m
Equipment
to be
protected

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Wire size of cables

The wire size of cables depends on the short-circuit capability that can be delivered by the network to the installation.

The wire size of cables must be at least equal to the cross section of the rest of the cables in the installation.

cross section of the rest of the cables in the installation. < 10 m L1 L2
< 10 m
< 10 m
L1 L2 L3 N Solid wire Stranded wire
L1
L2
L3
N
Solid wire
Stranded wire
Main Sub Phone Distribution board Distribution board Line Earth equipotentiality
Main
Sub
Phone
Distribution board
Distribution board
Line
Earth equipotentiality
board Distribution board Line Earth equipotentiality • Energy coordination When it is necessary to use a

Energy coordination

When it is necessary to use a multi-level protection, the energy coordination between the various levels should be studied carefully. It consists of ensuring that when the maximum discharge current is flowing through the first level surge protector, the remaining current flowing through the remaining level(s) arrester(s) does not exceed its (their) capacity.

Earth equipotential bonding

The earth conductors of all surge arresters and equipment connected together have to be equipotentially bonded, in order to avoid any difference of potential between local earthing points that would lead to annihilate the protection level provided by the surge arresters.

Ph

N

I

OVR ®
OVR ®

Eq 1

Eq 2

Ph

N

I

OVR ® Eq 1 Eq 2
OVR ®
Eq 1
Eq 2

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Technical characteristics

Type 1 + 2 (class B + C) SURGE ARRESTORS

7 kA

15 kA

Test class

 

1 + 2

 

(or B+C)

 

Nominal voltage U n

V

 

230

 

Maximal continuous operating voltage U c

V

275

400

 

Frequency

Hz

 

50

 

Impulse current I imp (10/350µs wave) per pole

kA

7

15

 

Maximal discharge current I max (8/20µs wave) per pole

kA

65

100

 

Nominal discharge current I n (8/20µs wave) per pole

kA

6

5

 

Reaction time

ns

 

< 25

 

Short circuit withstand I cc

kA

 

25

 

Voltage protection level U p (under I n )

kV

0.9

1.2

 

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 200 ms

V

 

1500

 

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TNC

V

   
 

334 (between L-

)(2)

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TNS

V

   
 

334 (between L-N, L-

)(2)

 

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TT

V

   

334 (between L-N) & 400 (between L-

)(2)

Follow current I f

 

None

 

Operating current I c

mA

 

< 1

 

Disconnector

Expected Short Circuit I cs 2 kA-6 kA

curve C circuit breaker

A

40

50

 
 

gG fuse

A

40

50

 

Expected Short Circuit I cs > 7 kA

curve C circuit breaker

A

63

63

 
 

gG fuse

A

63

63

 

Type 2 (class C) SURGE ARRESTORS

10 kA

15 kA

40 kA

65 kA

Test class

 

2

(or C)

Nominal voltage U n

V

 

230

 

Maximal continuous operating voltage U c

V

 

275

 

Frequency

Hz

 

50

 

Maximal discharge current I max (8/20µs wave) per pole

kA

10

15

40

65

 

Nominal discharge current I n (8/20µs wave) per pole

kA

2

5

20

 

15 for pluggable and 10 for single block

15 for pluggable and 10 for single block

Reaction time

ns

 

< 25

 

Short circuit withstand I cc

kA

10

10

25

25

 

Voltage protection level U p (under I n )

kV

0.9

1.2 (1)

1.2 (1)

1.5

 

Temporary overvoltage U T for 200 ms

V

 

1500

 

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TNC

V

   
 

334 (between L-

)(2)

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TNS

V

   
 

334 (between L-N, L-

)(2)

 

Temporary overvoltage withstand U T for 5 s in TT

V

   

334 (between L-N) & 400 (between L-

)(2)

Follow current I f

 

None

 

Operating current I c

mA

 

< 1

 

Disconnector

Expected Short Circuit I cs 2 kA-6 kA

curve C circuit breaker

A

32

32

25

40

 
 

gG fuse

A

16

16

25

40

 

Expected Short Circuit I cs > 7 kA

curve C circuit breaker

A

40

40

50

63

 
 

gG fuse

A

40

40

50

63

 

Miscellaneous characteristics

Operating & Storage temperature

°C

 

-40

+80

 

Maximal altitude

m

 

2000

 

Material of Housing

   
 

PC grey RAL 7032

 

Degree of protection

 

IP 203

 

Fire resistance according to UL 94

V2

Reference standards

IEC 61643-1 / EN 61643-11

(1) For pluggable products U p = 1.2 kV between L-

(2) Protection L-

, N-
, N-

and L-N. For monobloc products U p = 1.2 kV between L-N and 1.8 kV between L- : neutral-earth.

= 1.2 kV between L-N and 1.8 kV between L- : neutral-earth. : phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral,

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

ABB Lightning Protection Group

between L- : neutral-earth. : phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N- ABB Lightning Protection Group and also between

and also between N-

.
.

23

TYPE 1 + 2 (class B + C) PRODUCTS, 275 V

7 kA

Type of

 

Surge

 

Description

Order Code

Plugg.

Safety

TS

Weight

Nb. of

Internal

Product

 

Network

protection

 

res.

(remote

Poles

Schematic

 

View

 

between (1)

 

indicat.)

(g)

 
   

OVR HL 7-275

2CTB 8152 11 R 06 00

No

No

No

150

 

OVR HL 7-275 s

2CTB 8152 11 R 05 00

No

Yes

No

 
OVR HL 7-275 s 2CTB 8152 11 R 05 00 No Yes No     Alarm
 
Alarm On
Alarm
On
 

OVR HL 7-275 P

2CTB 8152 51 R 22 00

Yes

No

No

 

1

 

OVR HL 7-275 s P

2CTB 8152 51 R 19 00

Yes

Yes

No

120

 

OVR HL 7-275 P TS2CTB 8152 51 R 16 00 Yes

No

Yes

 

OVR HL 7-275 s P TS2CTB 8152 51 R 13 00

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

TNC

     

OVR HL 3L 7-275 P

2CTB 8154 53 R 42 00

Yes

No

No

   
    OVR HL 3L 7-275 P 2CTB 8154 53 R 42 00 Yes No No
 
Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
 

TNS

OVR HL 3L 7-275 s P

2CTB 8154 53 R 41 00

Yes

Yes

No

350

3

 

OVR HL 3L 7-275 P TS2CTB 8154 53 R 43 00 Yes

No

Yes

L-

L-   OVR HL 3L 7-275 s P TS 2CTB 8154 53 R 44 00 Yes
 

OVR HL 3L 7-275 s P TS

2CTB 8154 53 R 44 00

Yes

Yes

Yes

N-

N-              
             
               
                 
 
   

OVR HL 4L 7-275 P

2CTB 8154 19 R 01 00

Yes

No

No

     
OVR HL 4L 7-275 P 2CTB 8154 19 R 01 00 Yes No No    
             
           

OVR HL 4L 7-275 s P

2CTB 8154 19 R 02 00

Yes

Yes

No

Alarm

On

Alarm

On

Alarm

On

Alarm

On

OVR HL 4L 7-275 P TS

2CTB 8154 19 R 03 00

Yes

No

Yes

500

4

         
 
 

OVR HL 4L 7-275 s P TS

2CTB 8154 19 R 04 00

Yes

Yes

Yes

           

15 kA

   

OVR HL 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8152 01 R 08 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

250

1

    OVR HL 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8152 01 R 08 00   Yes
Alarm Alarm On On
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
 
     

OVR HL 2L 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8153 03 R 04 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

500

2

OVR HL 2L 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8153 03 R 04 00   Yes Yes
 
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
On

TNC

   

TNS

 

L-

L-         Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On On
       
L-         Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On On
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
On
On
On

N-

N-   OVR HL 3L 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8154 01 R 04 00  
 

OVR HL 3L 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8154 01 R 04 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

750

3

 

OVR HL 4L 15 440 s P TS2CTB 8155 03 R 04 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

1000

4

Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On On On On
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On

(1) L-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: neutral-earth.

Spare Cartridge Type 1+2 (Class B+C)

I imp

Type

Ref

7 kA

OVR HL 7-275 C OVR HL 7-275 s C

2CTB 8152 54 R 08 00 2CTB 8152 54 R 07 00

15 kA

OVR HL 15-440 s C

2CTB 8152 50 R 00 00

24

ABB Lightning Protection Group

TYPE 2 (class C) PRODUCTS, 275 V

10 kA

Type of

 

Surge

 

Description

Order Code

Plugg.

Safety

TS

Weight

Nb. of

Internal

Product

Network

 

protection

 

res.

(remote

Poles

Schematic

View

 

between (1)

 

indicat.)

(g)

 
 

TT

 

L-

  TT   L-   OVR 1N-10-275 2CTB 8139 12 R 10 00 No No No
 

OVR 1N-10-275

2CTB 8139 12 R 10 00

No

No

No

250

2

  TT   L-   OVR 1N-10-275 2CTB 8139 12 R 10 00 No No No
Alarm On
Alarm
On
 

N-

  N-          
         

TNS

L-N

 

OVR 3N-10-275

2CTB 8139 13 R 10 00

No

No

No

500

4

TNS L-N   OVR 3N-10-275 2CTB 8139 13 R 10 00 No No No 500 4
Alarm On
Alarm
On

15

kA

         
   

OVR 15-275

2CTB 8138 11 R 08 00

No

No

No

150

 

OVR 15-275 P

2CTB 8138 51 R 24 00

Yes

No

No

   
OVR 15-275 P 2CTB 8138 51 R 24 00 Yes No No     Alarm On
Alarm On
Alarm
On

OVR 15-275 s P

2CTB 8138 51 R 21 00

Yes

Yes

No

120

1

OVR 15-275 P TS2CTB 8138 51 R 18 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

OVR 15-275 s P TS2CTB 8138 51 R 15 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

   
 

2CTB 8138 12 R 10 00

Yes

No

No

   
     

OVR 2L-15-275 P

 
      OVR 2L-15-275 P   Alarm Alarm On On
Alarm Alarm On On
Alarm
Alarm
On
On

OVR 2L-15-275 s P

2CTB 8138 12 R 11 00

Yes

Yes

No

     

220

2

 

OVR 2L-15-275 P TS2CTB 8138 12 R 12 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

TNC

         
   

TNS

 

OVR 2L-15-275 s P TS2CTB 8138 12 R 13 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

 
         
   

OVR 3L-15-275 P

2CTB 8138 53 R 34 00

Yes

No

No

   
    OVR 3L-15-275 P 2CTB 8138 53 R 34 00 Yes No No    
Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On

L-

L- OVR 3L-15-275 s P 2CTB 8138 53 R 45 00 Yes Yes No

OVR 3L-15-275 s P

2CTB 8138 53 R 45 00

Yes

Yes

No

       

350

3

N-

N-   OVR 3L-15-275 P TS2CTB 8138 53 R 35 00   Yes No Yes
 

OVR 3L-15-275 P TS2CTB 8138 53 R 35 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

 

OVR 3L-15-275 s P TS2CTB 8138 53 R 46 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

OVR 4L-15-275 P

2CTB 8138 53 R 60 00

Yes

No

No

   
OVR 4L-15-275 P 2CTB 8138 53 R 60 00 Yes No No     Alarm Alarm
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On
On

OVR 4L-15-275 s P

2CTB 8138 53 R 67 00

Yes

Yes

No

     

500

4

 

OVR 4L-15-275 P TS2CTB 8138 53 R 68 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

OVR 4L-15-275 s P TS2CTB 8138 53 R 69 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

   
   

OVR 1N-15-275

2CTB 8139 12 R 04 00

N o

N o

No

220

2

    OVR 1N-15-275 2CTB 8139 12 R 04 00 N o N o No 220
Alarm On
Alarm
On

OVR 1N-15-275 P

2CTB 8139 52 R 12 00

Yes

No

No

   
OVR 1N-15-275 P 2CTB 8139 52 R 12 00 Yes No No     Alarm On
Alarm On
Alarm
On

OVR 1N-15-275 s P

2CTB 8139 52 R 09 00

Yes

Yes

No

     

220

2

 

OVR 1N-15-275 P TS2CTB 8139 52 R 06 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

L-

L-          
         
 

TT

 

OVR 1N-15-275 s P TS2CTB 8139 52 R 03 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

N-

  N-          
         

TNS

       

L-N

 

OVR 3N-15-275

2CTB 8139 13 R 04 00

N o

N o

No

500

4

L-N   OVR 3N-15-275 2CTB 8139 13 R 04 00 N o N o No 500
Alarm On
Alarm
On

OVR 3N-15-275 P

2CTB 8139 53 R 12 00

Yes

No

No

   
OVR 3N-15-275 P 2CTB 8139 53 R 12 00 Yes No No     Alarm Alarm
Alarm Alarm Alarm On On On
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
On
On
On

OVR 3N-15-275 s P

2CTB 8139 53 R 09 00

Yes

Yes

No

     

500

4

 

OVR 3N-15-275 P TS2CTB 8139 53 R 06 00

 

Yes

No

Yes

OVR 3N-15-275 s P TS2CTB 8139 53 R 03 00

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

(1) L-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: phase-earth, L-N: phase-neutral, N-

: neutral-earth.

Spare Cartridge Type 2 (Class C)

I max

Type

Ref

I max

Type

Ref

15

kA

OVR 15-275 C OVR 15-275 s C

2CTB 8138 54 R 12 00 2CTB 8138 54 R 11 00

65 kA

OVR 65-275 C OVR 65-275 s C

2CTB 8138 54 R 08 00 2CTB 8138 54 R 07 00

40

kA

OVR 40-275 C OVR 40-275 s C

2CTB 8138 54 R 10 00 2CTB 8138 54 R 09 00

Neutral

OVR 65 N C

2CTB 8138 54 R 00 00

   

ABB Lightning Protection Group

25

TYPE 2 (class C) PRODUCTS, 275 V

40 kA

 

Type of

 

Surge

 

Description

Order Code

Plugg.

Safety

TS

Weight

Nb. of

Internal

Product

Network

protection

 

res.

(remote

Poles

Schematic

View

 

between (1)

 

indicat.)

(g)

 
     

OVR 40-275

2CTB 8138 11 R 07 00

No

No

No

150

   

OVR 40-275 s

2CTB 8138 11 R 10 00

No

Yes

No

 
OVR 40-275 s 2CTB 8138 11 R 10 00 No Yes No   Alarm On
Alarm On
Alarm
On

OVR 40-275 P

2CTB 8138 51 R 23 00

Yes

No

No

 
     

1

   
 

OVR 40-275 s P

2CTB 8138 51 R 20 00

Yes

Yes

No

120

 
 

OVR 40-275 P TS2CTB 8138 51 R 17 00 Yes

No

Yes

OVR 40-275 s P TS2CTB 8138 51 R 14 00 Yes

Yes

Yes

     
     

OVR 2L-40-275 P

2CTB 8138 12 R 15 00

Yes

No

No

   
      OVR 2L-40-275 P 2CTB 8138 12 R 15 00 Yes No No  
Alarm Alarm On On
Alarm
Alarm
On
On

OVR 2L-40-275 s P