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MasterpactNT&NW
NW breaker frame

Micrologic socket

Auxiliaries and accessories

Drawout installation

Fixed Installation

Range and performances


Contents
NWbreakerframe
Case

Moving contact

Current transformers

Power supply

Fixed contact

Assembly

Arc chamber

Opening of contacts

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Case

Supports the opening


/closing mechanism
stored energy mechanism
(OCO sequence )

Insulated organic polymer


material

Fire proof
No halogen

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Movingcontact

Complete assembly
fingers, braids, terminal
no internal bolted joint
High electromechanical and
thermal withstand
blow on
Specific limiter contact
assembly
L1 performance
Direct link to
the OCO mechanism
Isolated compartments

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Currenttransformers

Combined technology
air core for measurement
(Rogowsky)
measurement precision
1%
linearity from 40A to
400kA
self powered
iron core for trip unit power
Integral connector
automatically connected
One CT per pole
Mounted on bottom side of
moving contact

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Micrologictripunit
powersupply
Circuit breaker Micrologic Communication module
COM Module
ASIC Microprocesseur

Additionals functions
Basic protection (measurement,
analyses...) Optical
coupling
Air CT Isolation

Power supply
Trip unit
Iron CT power supply

Optional external 24V DC power supply for : BUS power supply


programmable contact power supply,
Standard Internal voltage sensor or when breaker is open :
optional external voltage sensor for Powers display,
P power supply and measurement Identification, adjustments through Com module

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FixedContact

Breaking the arc


arcing contact protects main
contacts against wear
high number of electrical
operation
increased life expectation

Top terminal
no internal joint

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Assembly

Reliability
reduced number of
components
simple concept
compact
modular

Three cases (3x3P & 3x4P)


NT06 - 16
NW 08 - 40
NW 40b - 63

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Arcchamber

Increased arc impedance NT NW


favors extinguishing
properties
patented metallic filter
high porosity
energy and gas absorption
results in de-ionization of
external gas
Reduced external projections
Reduced enclosure pressure
Safety clearance above arc
chamber
NW : not required
NT : D/O no, Fixed reduced
Removable for contact
inspection

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Openingofcontacts

Commutation principle

Contact pads protected from


the electric arc for better
performance

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Contents
Micrologicsocket
Mitop trip solenoid

Making current release (DINF)

NW Interface

Trip alarm contact

Remote reset

2 contacts module

Communication module

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Mitoptripsolenoid

Transforms the trip command NW


into a mechanical operation
to open the breaker

Activate the alarm contact


(SDE)

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Makingcurrentrelease(DINF)

Self protection of the breaker NW


when closing on very high
fault current

Standard on all NT and NW


breakers

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NWInterface

Accessory fixture NW
Trip alarm contact SDE 1
communication module

Auto trip controller :


Missing trip unit
security feature
identical on NT

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Alarmtripcontact
SDE
Trip signalisation on NT NW
electrical fault (Mitop
command)
Standard changeover
contact 10A 240V on all NT
and NW breakers
Optional : second alarm trip
contact SDE 2
standard or low level

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Remotereset

Remote reset of a tripped NT NW


breaker

automatic reset of the


mechanical indicator
2 voltages :

110 / 130 V AC

200 / 240 V AC

Exclusive with the second SDE

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2contactsmodule
M2C
programmable contacts : NT NW

to energize bell or visual


alarms
to shed and reconnect non
priority circuits
2 closing contacts
10 A 240V AC
Monitored by
Micrologic P et H
M6C : 6 programmable
contacts in external DIN case

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Communicationmodule

Independent modules NT
Breaker module
data transmission
threshold adjustment
breaker status
breaker monitoring
breaker identification
wave form capture
readings of histories & logs
Chassis module
transmission of
connected, test,
disconnected positions

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Auxiliariesandaccessories
Electrical operating mechanism
Voltage releases
Auxiliaries connection block
support
OF auxiliary switches
Ready to close contact
Locking accessories and BPFE
Control unit
Operation counter
Front cover

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Electricaloperatingmechanism
MCH
Charges and automatically NT NW
recharges the stored-energy
spring upon breaker closing
AC
50 / 60 Hz
100V to 480V CA
7 references
DC
24V to 250V
4 references
Charging time : 4 s maxi
Easy installation : 1 screw
Local and remote signalisation
of spring charged
mechanical indicator
charged
Changeover contact 10A 240V

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Voltagereleases

Closing (XF) & opening (MX) NT NW


coils
AC 50/ 60 Hz
from 12V to 525V
8 references
Com compatible 12 to
480V
DC
from 24V to 250 V
4 references
Security opening coils MN and
MNR
AC 50/ 60 Hz
from 24 to 525V
7 references
DC
from 24V to 250 V
5 references

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NWAuxiliaries
connectionblocksupport
Allows the fixation of NW
auxiliary connectors
MN or MX2
MX1
XF
PF
MCH

Supports the OF
changeover switch block

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OFauxiliaryswitches

NW NT NW
standard : block of 4 OF
contacts
optional :2 additional blocks
changeover contact 10A 480V
low level compatible
simplified mounting : 2 screws
rotative contacts directly
operated by mechanism
NT
standard :4 OF contacts
identical to Compact NS
changeover switch 6A 480V
optional : low level contact
5A 480V
clip on type

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ReadytoclosecontactPF

Changeover contact 10A NT


240V
Indicates :
the breaker is open
the stored energy
mechanism is charged
the mechanism is correctly
reset
the breaker opening push
button is not locked
no opening order is present

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Installationof
Micrologicsocket
Left side NW

The socket supports


communication module

Micrologic control unit

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openposition
breakerlocking
NW NT NW
key locking :1 or 2 locks
padlocking : up to 3
padlocks
electrical closing pushbutton
(BPFE) available on support
NT
key locking :1lock
padlocking : up to 3
padlocks
Locks
Ronis, Profalux, Castel

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Micrologic
controlunits

4 protection levels
LI, LSI, LSIG, LSIV
Combined with 3 measurement levels
A : current
P : A + voltage + power + energy
H : P + energy quality management (harmonics)
Available functions
monitoring and protection
measure
network monitoring
maintenance help

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Micrologic
controlunits
Common to all NT and NW NT NW
breakers

CT rating / performance
socket
breaker rating
breaking capacity (N1, H1,
H2, H3, L1)

Circuit breaker is maintained


in open position when
control unit is missing

Interchangeable on site

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secondarywiringsupport
controlunitandcommodule
NW NT NW
Communication
ZSI
External neutral
Earth leakage protection (vigi)
Control unit external 24V
voltage supply
External voltage (phases and
neutral)
Programmable contacts M2C
or M6C
NT
identical except external
voltage exclusive with
M2C/M6C

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Operationcounter

Sums the number of NW


operating cycles
(closing /opening)
maintenance help

Easy installation

Visible on the front panel

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Frontcover

Front cover installed provides NT NW


double insulation
IP 20 : finger safe

Attractive design

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Contents
Drawoutinstallation
Drawout accessories

Chassis

Auxiliaries terminals

Extracting the rail

Racking sequence

Primary connectors

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MasterpactNT
Lateralsidepanels
Supports breaker on rails NT

Carrying handles

Easy installation with 4


screws

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Drawoutconnectors

Connection between beaker NT NW


and chassis
Connectors
Vertically oriented for
optimal heat dissipation

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Chassis

Back mold

Clusters

Shutters

Positions

Secondary terminals

Breaker installation

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Backmold

Support interface NW
primary clusters
customer bus connection
point

Location of the shutters

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Chassisassembly

Arc chute cover installed as NT NW


standard

2 sizes of chassis
800 A - 4000 A
4000 A - 6300 A

2 variants
3P
4P

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Clusters

One fits all ! NT NW

Vertical orientation for better


heat dissipation

10 fingers on each cluster


across the entire range

Clip on type

Number of clusters depends


on breaker frame size

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Shuttersactuator

Reversible NW

upper and lower

Quick installation

Controlled by rear of breaker

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Safetyshutterinstallation

Safety shutters up and NT NW


down identical but
independent

Shutter locking
NW
in front of the chassis
on the primary stabs
NT
on the primary stabs
only

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Chassispositioncontacts
Connectedtestdisconnected
NW NT NW
3 changeover contacts 10A
240V for each position
activated by actuators
Possible to replace the test
and disconnected actuator
by the connected actuator
to get 9 CE contacts
NT
3 CE, 2 CD, 1 CT

Combined
connected/closed
contacts (EF)

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Auxiliariesterminals

2 wires from 0,75 to 2,5mm NT NW

Predefined position

Simple identification

Quick connection

Easy installation

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Auxiliariescover

Protection of auxiliary wires NT NW

Easy identification by
tampoprinting

Quick mounting with 2


screws

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Extractingtherailsand
installingthebreaker
Interlock must be defeated NT NW
before removing breaker

Provides guide for breaker

Breaker slides in manually to


disconnected position

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Rackingsequence
withcrankhandle
Safety NT NW
Automatically opens breaker
before connecting or
disconnecting

mechanical stop in all


positions

Push button for releasing


each mechanical stop

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Primaryconnectors

Connector options

Rear connectors

Mixed connectors

Front connectors

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NWconnectoroptions

Rear connectors NW
NW 08- 32 & NW40b- 50
Al (800 - 2000)
Cu (2500 - 5000)
vertical or horizontal
NW 40 & NW 63
specific rear
connectors

Front connectors
Al (800 - 1600)
Cu (2000 - 3200)
thickness : 20 mm for
all connectors
identical top and
bottom connector

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NTconnectoroptions

Rear connectors NT
NT 06 - 16
copper 15 mm
identical for fixed and drawout
Front connectors
long connector on top
short connector on bottom
side
copper 15 mm

Options for front or rear


connectors
Spreaders
pole pitch 95 mm
edgewise terminal extension
additional connectors ( eg: for
cripmled lugs)
identical for fixed and drawout

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Primaryconnection
Vertical/horizontalrear
Connectors matched to NT NW
breaker size
NT 06 - 16
NW 08 - 32
NW 40b - 63
pole pitch :70,
115, 230 mm
Specific rear connectors for
NW40
Pole pitch :
150 mm horizontal
115 mm vertical
identical for fixed and
drawout

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Primaryconnection
mixed
Without modification of the NT NW
breaker depth, the primary
connectors may be rotated

Mixed connectors

Coupling torque
on the breaker 16mN
busbars to primaries 50mN

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Frontconnection

NT NW
Draw out breaker
top side : long
connectors
bottom side : short
connectors
spreaders option
pole pitch : 95 mm

NW
Front connection limited to
3200 A
Draw out breaker
identical top and bottom
connectors

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Fixedinstallation

Support bracket NT NW
Vertical or horizontal
mounting up to 4000A
Secondary terminals
2 wires from 0,75 to 2,5mm
position predefined
simplified identification
quick connection
simple installation
Rotatable primary connectors
same as draw out breaker

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Fixedinstallation
Frontconnectionandaccessories
NT
Identical top and bottom
connectors
thickness 12 mm
Accessories
Spreaders
pole pitch 95 mm
edgewise terminal extension
additional connectors ( eg: for
cripmled lugs)
thickness 12 mm for all
accessories
adaptable on fixed or draw
out
NW
top side: long connectors
bottom side: short ones

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Contents
Rangeandperformances
General characteristics

NT 3/4P dimensions

NW 3P dimensions

NW 4P dimensions

NT & NW performances

IcU / Icw

endurances

Micrologic range

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General
characteristics
Insulation voltage : 1000V
Impulse withstand voltage : 12kV
rated voltage : 690V
Specific versions
Switch
1000V AC
DC
400Hz - 16Hz 2/3
Transfer switches
Manual, remote controlled
Automatic
by rods : 2 NT & 2NW
by cables : 2NT, 1NT+1NW
2NW, 3NW

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MasterpactNT0616
3P/4P
Overall dimensions
height and depth fixed

Weight
fixed : 13 / 18 Kg
draw out : 30 / 40 Kg
F: 259
Neutral Pole D: 322
On left by default
protection : 1/2, full, off
F: 290 3P F: 210 D: 288
D: 277 4P F: 245 D: 358

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MasterpactNW0840&40b63
3P
Overall dimensions
Height and depth fixed
double poles construction
F: 352
for Masterpact NW 40b-63
D: 439
Weight
fixed :
F: 297 F: 422 D: 441
NW 08 - 40: 60 Kg
D: 394
NW 40b - 63 : 120 Kg
draw out :
NW 08 - 40: 90 Kg F: 352
NW 40b - 63 : 225 Kg D: 479

pole pitch :
115 mm / 230 mm
F: 297
D: 394 F: 774 D: 786

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MasterpactNW0840&40b63
4P
Neutral pole
on left as default
protection : 1/2, full, off F: 352
D: 439
Overall dimensions
Height and depth fixed
double poles construction F: 297 F: 544 D: 556
for Masterpact NW 40b-63 D: 394
weight
fixed
NW 08 - 40: 80 Kg F: 352
NW 40b - 63 : 160 Kg D: 479
draw out :
NW 08 - 40: 120 Kg
NW 40b - 63 : 300 Kg F: 297
D: 394 F: 997 D: 1016

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MasterpactNT
Performances220Vto440V

Icw (0,5 s)

Rating (A) kA
L1 630 - 1000 10
H1 630 - 1600 42

L1
H1

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MasterpactNW
Performances220Vto440V

Icw (1s)

Rating (A) kA
L1 800 - 2000 30
H3 2000 - 4000 65
H2 800 - 4000 85

L1 4000 - 6300 100


H3 H1 800 - 4000 65
H2 4000 - 6300 100
H1
N1 N1 800 - 1600 42

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Performances
NT&NWendurance
With maintenance Without maintenance
Mechanical endurance :

Nbre de cycles (x1000)


25 14

12
20
10
15
8
NT NT
10 NW 6 NW
4
5
2
0 0
08 - 16 20 - 32 40 40b - 630
08 - 16 20 - 32 40 40b - 630

Without maintenance
Electrical endurance : Nbre de cycle (x1000) 10
9
8
7
6
5
NT
4
NW
3
2
1
0
8 20 25 32 40 40 50 63
16

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Micrologicrange

Micrologic 2. 0 A

Measurement type
version
Current protection type

Current protection type A P H

2 : Distribution L, I 2.0 A

5 : Selective L, S, I 5.0 A 5.0 P 5.0 H

6: Selective and ground fault


6.0 A 6.0 P 6.0 H
L, S, I, G

7 : Selective and earth leakage


L, S, I, V 7.0 A 7.0 P 7.0 H

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sa me
b e t he
n e ver
s w il l
Thin g

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