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LV power circuit breaker


and switch-disconnectors
Masterpact NW
Direct current 1000 to 4000 A

Catalogue

2002

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As standards and design change from time to time, always ask for confirmation of the information
given in this publication.
This document was printed on ecological paper.

Design: Schneider Electric


Realisation: AMEG
Printed:
01/2002

Masterpact NW

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General contents

Presentation

Functions and characteristics

Dimensions and connection

25

Electrical diagrams

37

Installation recommendations

43

Additional characteristics

55

Catalogue numbers

59

Presentation

Masterpact NW direct current


Introduction

Masterpact circuit breakers are used to


protect and control low-voltage distribution
systems. They may be installed in main LV
switchboards (incoming units, main and
secondary outgoers)

Masterpact DC devices are available in fixed and drawout versions. They use the
proven technology of the AC range and offer the same advantages:
# 3 ratings: 1000, 2000 and 4000 A
# 2 performance levels: N and H
# a circuit-breaker version including a control unit designed to protect the power
circuits and loads
# a switch (unprotected) version.

Auxiliaries
Masterpact circuit breaker
(circuit breaker: blue numbers, chassis: red numbers)
OFF pushbutton
ON pushbutton
racking-handle storage
racking interlock
closing mechanism charging handle
operation counter
keylock locking
padlock locking
reset pushbutton
"connected / test / disconnected"
position indication
11 racking-handle port
12 shutter position indication and locking
13 operating mechanism charged and "ready to close"
indication:

# spring charged
# spring discharged

E28760

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

E88193_B

All auxiliaries designed for Masterpact AC devices may be used on the DC versions.

# OFF
# ON

E28761

14 main contact position indication:

15 fault trip indication and reset button.

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Presentation

Masterpact NW direct current (cont.)


Introduction (cont.)

Safety and reliability


056428

# reduced, simple maintenance (main contacts easily accessible, with wear


indication)
# class II front face insulation
# positive contact indication
# auxiliaries are installable on site without adjustments
# automatic opening of circuit breaker before racking (connection or disconnection)
# T2 tropicalisation as standard.

Stored energy operating mechanism


Masterpact circuit breakers use energy stored in springs for fast opening and closing.
The spring mechanism is charged either manually by pumping a handle six times or
electrically by a motor. Opening and closing can be initiated either from pushbuttons
on the front of the circuit breaker or by remote control.

Common auxiliaries from 1000 to 4000 A


056407

Auxiliaries
# accessible from the front in a compartment insulated from the power circuits
# secured by a single screw
# adjustment-free
# installable on site.

Device identification
NW 20 N DC-C
version
direct current
performance level
rating:
# rated current/100
family:
# Masterpact: LV power circuit breaker

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Masterpact NW

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Functions and characteristics

Presentation

Types of DC distribution systems

Selection of a DC circuit breaker


Pole arrangements

6
7

Circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors

NW10 to NW40

Micrologic control units

10

Micrologic DC 1.0
Current protection

10
11

Communication

12

COM option in Masterpact


Overview of functions
Masterpact in a communication network

12
13
14

Locking

16

On the device
On the chassis

16
17

Indication contacts

18

Remote operation

20

Remote ON / OFF
Remote tripping

20
23

Accessories

24

Dimensions and connection


Electrical diagrams
Installation recommendations
Additional characteristics
Catalogue numbers

25
37
43
55
59

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Functions and
characteristics

Types of DC distribution systems


Selection of a DC circuit breaker

Selection of a DC circuit breaker is based on the following criteria:


b the type of DC distribution system, which determines the required version
b the rated current, which determines the circuit breaker rating
b the rated voltage, which determines the number of series-connected poles
required for breaking
b the maximum short-circuit current at the point of installation, which determines the
breaking capacity of the circuit breaker.
Three types of DC distribution systems are encountered.
The required operational voltage and the type of distribution system determine the
number of poles required for breaking.
Distribution system no. 1: isolated

The source is isolated from earth

E90077

Fault B
Isc maximum.
Both polarities (positive and negative) of the source are concerned by the fault.
Fault A or C
No consequence.
Simultaneous faults A and C
Isc < Isc maximum (resistance of earth electrodes).
Both polarities (positive and negative) of the source are concerned.
Simultaneous faults A and D
Isc < Isc maximum (resistance of earth electrodes).
Each polarity may be concerned at voltage U.

Worst case
Simultaneous faults A and D
Each polarity may be concerned at voltage U.
Distribution system no. 2: earthed middle point

The middle point of the source is earthed

E90078

Fault B
Isc maximum at U.
Both polarities (positive and negative) of the source are concerned by the fault.
Fault A or C
Isc < Isc maximum at U/2.
The negative or positive polarity of the source is concerned.
Simultaneous faults A and C
Isc < Isc maximum (resistance of earth electrodes) at U.
Both polarities (positive and negative) of the source are concerned.

Worst case
Fault A or C
Each polarity may be concerned at voltage U/2.

E90079

Distribution system no. 3: earthed negative polarity

The negative polarity of the source is earthed


Fault A
Isc < Isc maximum (resistance of earth electrodes).
The positive polarity of the source is concerned.
Fault B
Isc maximum.
Both polarities (positive and negative) of the source are concerned.

Worst case
Fault A
Isc maximum on one polarity.
All poles taking part in breaking must be placed in series on the positive polarity.
If for any reason the negative polarity of the source must be earthed, provide an
additional pole that will be used for isolation of the negative pole but not for breaking.

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Functions and
characteristics

Types of DC distribution systems


(cont.)

Pole arrangements
The way the poles are arranged depends on the type of distribution system and the
operational voltage.
The Masterpact NW DC range offers 3 pole-connection versions: C, D and E.
The series connections required for the selected version are supplied with the circuit
breaker. All Masterpact NW DC circuit breakers therefore come ready for
connection.

Selection table
NW10-20-40 NDC

NW10-20-40 HDC

Rated operational voltage (V DC)

Type of circuit breaker

500

500

900

Breaking capacity (L/R y 15 ms)

35 kA

85 kA

35 kA

Distribution system no. 1:


Isolated

Version C

Version E

Version E

Distribution system no. 2:


Earthed middle point
Distribution system no. 3:
Earthed negative polarity

Version C

Version C Version D

Version C

Version D Version D

Breaking capacity H
E90081

Version D

Breaking capacity N & H


E90080

Version C

E90082

Version E
Breaking capacity H

Note: The diagrams are represented for circuit breakers viewed from the front.
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Functions and
characteristics

Circuit breakers and


switch-disconnectors
NW10 to NW40

E88193_A

Common characteristics
Number of poles
Rated insulation voltage (V)
Impulse withstand voltage (kV)
Rated operational voltage (V DC)
Suitability for isolation

Ui
Uimp
Ue
IEC 60947-2

Degree of pollution
Utilisation category

IEC60664-1
IEC60947-2

Circuit-breaker characteristics as per IEC 60947-2


Rated current (A)

Version E
4
1000
12
500/900

4
B

4
B

NW20

NW40

2000

4000

In

at 40 C / 50 C (*) 1000

Icu

500 V DC
750 V DC
900 V DC

85
-

100
85
85

85
-

100
85
85

85
-

100
85
85

L/R y 15 ms

500 V DC
750 V DC
900 V DC

35
-

85
50
35

35
-

85
50
35

35
-

85
50
35

L/R y 30 ms

500 V DC
750 V DC
900 V DC
% Icu
1s
% Icu

25
100 %
50
100 %
30 to 75
< 70

50
50
25

25
100 %
50
100 %
30 to 75
< 70

50
50
25

25
100 %
50
100 %
30 to 75
< 70

50
50
25

1s

85
85

85
85

85
85

500 V DC
900 V DC

20
10
8.5
-

20
10
8.5
2

20
10
5
-

20
10
5
2

20
10
2
-

20
10
2
1

b
b
b
b
x 494
x 494

b
b
b
b

b
b
b
b

b
b
439 x 441
439 x 556

Type of circuit breaker


L/R y 5 ms

Ultimate breaking capacity (kA)

NW10

Versions C, D
3
1000
12
500/900

Rated service breaking capacity (kA)


Rated short-time withstand current (kA) - V DC
Rated making capacity (kA)
Break time (ms)
Closing time (ms)

Ics
Icw
Icm

85

85

85

Circuit-breaker characteristics as per IEC 60947-3


Type of switch-disconnector

HA

Rated making capacity (kA)


Rated short-time withstand current (kA) - V DC

Icm
Icw

HA

HA

Installation, connection and maintenance


Service life
C/O cycles x 1000

Connection

Dimensions (mm)
H x W x D with series
connections

mechanical
electrical

with maintenance
without maintenance
without maintenance

drawout

rear

horizontal
vertical

fixed

rear

horizontal
vertical

drawout

3P
4P

fixed

3P
4P
Weight (kg) with series
drawout
3P
connections
4P
(approximate)
fixed
3P
4P
(*) 50 C: refer to temperature derating table for NW40.

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b
b
b
b
439 x 441
439 x 556

352 x 422 x 427


352 x 537 x 427
90 to 116 kg
125 to 146 kg
60 to 86 kg
85 to 106 kg

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b
b
x 594
x 594

352 x 422 x 527


352 x 537 x 527

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Micrologic control units


Micrologic DC 1.0

All Masterpact NW DC circuit breakers are


equipped with Micrologic control units that
are interchangeable on site.

Micrologic DC 1.0
E88467

Functions and
characteristics

Micrologic DC 1.0
Type of protection
1 = instantaneous
Control unit version
Identification of the different control
unit generations (0 for the first
generation)

E87382

b this control unit is designed to protect power circuits and load devices
b it is associated with sensors with instantaneous thresholds that can be adjusted
on site.
3 sensor versions provide different threshold ranges:
v 1250 to 2500 A
v 2500 to 5400 A
v 5000 to 11000 A
b no overload protection (thermal relay type) is provided on the DC range.

E87335

E87383

Settings are accessible in front, behind the door of the cubicle.


Both sensors must have the same settings.

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Functions and
characteristics

Micrologic control units (cont.)


Current protection

IM thresholds
Settings indicated on dials: A, B, C, D or E.
Minimum

Maximum

Settings
A1 and A2
1250 A
2500 A
5000 A

Settings
B1 and B2
1500 A
3300 A
8000 A

Settings
C1 and C2
1600 A
4000 A
10000 A

Settings
D1 and D2
2000 A
5000 A
11000 A

Settings
E1 and E2
2500 A
5400 A
11000 A

Tolerances

8 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

E87380

Sensor
versions
1250/2500
2500/5400
5000/11000

E.g. Trip threshold set to 8000 A.

E88907

Intermediate values can also be set.


Eleven other settings are available (not indicated on the adjustment knobs).

E.g. Trip threshold set to 6000 A.

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Functions and
characteristics

Communication
COM option in Masterpact

The COM option is required for integration


of the circuit breaker or switch-disconnector
in a supervision system.
Masterpact uses the Digipact or Modbus
communications protocol for full
compatibility with the SMS PowerLogic
power-monitoring system. An external
gateway is available for communication on
other networks:
# Profibus
# Ethernet
Eco COM is limited to the transmission of
metering data and does not allow the control
of the circuit breaker.

For fixed devices, the COM option is made up of:


# a "device" communication module, installed behind the Micrologic control unit and
supplied with its set of sensors (OF, SDE ,PF and CH micro-contacts) and its kit for
connection to XF and MX communicating voltage releases.
For drawout devices, the COM option is made up of:
# a "device" communication module, installed behind the Micrologic control unit and
supplied with its set of sensors (OF, SDE, PF and CH micro-contacts) and its kit for
connection to XF and MX communicating voltage releases
# a "chassis" communication module supplied separately with its set of sensors (CE,
CD and CT contacts).
Status indication by the COM option is independent of the device indication contacts.
These contacts remain available for conventional uses.
Digipact or Modbus "device" communication module
This module is independent of the control unit. It receives and transmits information
on the communication network. An infra-red link transmits data between the control
unit and the communication module.
Consumption: 30 mA, 24 V.

056431

Digipact or Modbus "chassis" communication module


This module is independent of the control unit. The Modbus "chassis" communication
module makes it possible to address the chassis and to conserve the address when
the circuit breaker is in the disconnected position.
Consumption: 30 mA, 24 V.
XF and MX communicating voltage releases
The XF and MX communicating voltage releases are equipped for connection to the
"device" communication module.
Remote-tripping functions (second MX or MN) are independent of the
communication option. These releases are therefore not equipped for connection to
the "device" communication module.

056401

E90075

Digipact "device" communication module.

056431

Digipact "chassis" communication module.

"device" communication module


"chassis" communication module
OF, SDE, PF and CH "device" sensors
CE, CD and CT "chassis" sensors
MX and XF release

__ : hard wiring
__ : communication bus

056431

Modbus "device" communication module.

1
2
3
4
5

Modbus "chassis" communication module.

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Functions and
characteristics

Communication (cont.)
Overview of functions

Masterpact circuit breakers and switch-disconnectors are compatible with the


Digipact or Modbus COM option.
The COM option may be used to:
# identify the device
# indicate status conditions
# control the device.
Switch-disconnector and circuit
breaker with communication bus
Device identification
Address
Rating
Type of device
Type of control unit
Status indications
ON/OFF (OF)
Spring charged (CH)
Ready to close (PF)
Fault-trip (SDE)
Connected/disconnected/test position (CE/CD/CT)
Controls
ON/OFF (MX/XF)
Spring charging
Reset of the mechanical indicator

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Digipact

Modbus

#
#
#

#
#
#

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Communication (cont.)
Masterpact in a communication
network

E90084

Functions and
characteristics

Devices
Circuit breakers equipped with Micrologic control units may be connected to either a
Digipact or Modbus communication bus.

Communication bus
Digipact
The Digipact bus is the internal bus of the low-voltage switchboard in which the
Digipact communicating devices are installed (Masterpact with Digipact COM,
PM150, SC150, UA150, etc.). This bus must be equipped with a DC150 data
concentrator (see the Powerlogic System catalogue).
Addresses
Addressing is carried out by the DC150 data concentrator.
Number of devices
The maximum number of devices that may be connected to the Digipact bus is
calculated in terms of communication points. These points correspond to the
amount of traffic the bus can handle. The total number of points for the various
devices connected to a single bus must not exceed 100.
If the required devices represent more than 100 points, add a second Digipact
internal bus.
Communicating device
DC150
Micrologic + COM Digipact
PM150
SC150
UA150

Number of points
4
4
4
4
4

Length of bus
The maximum recommended length for the Digipact internal bus is 200 meters.
Bus power source
Power is supplied by the DC150 data concentrator (24 V).

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Functions and
characteristics

Communication (cont.)
Masterpact in a communication
network (cont.)
Modbus bus
The Modbus RS485 (JBus) system is an open bus on which communicating Modbus
devices (Masterpact with Modbus COM, PM300, Sepam, Vigilohm, etc.) are
installed. All types of PLCs and microcomputers may be connected to the bus.
Addresses
The software layer of the Modbus protocol can manage up to 255 addresses
(1 to 255).
The device communication module comprises three addresses linked to:
# circuit-breaker manager
# measurement manager
# protection manager.
The chassis communication module comprises one address linked to:
# the chassis manager.
The division of the system into four managers secures data exchange with the
supervision system and the circuit-breaker actuators.
The manager addresses are automatically derived from the circuit-breaker address
@xx entered via the Micrologic control unit (the default address is 47).
Logic addresses
@xx
@xx + 50
@xx + 200
@xx + 100

Circuit-breaker manager
Chassis manager
Measurement manager
Protection manager

(1 to 47)
(51 to 97)
(201 to 247)
(101 to 147)

Number of devices
The maximum number of devices that may be connected to the Modbus bus
depends on the type of device (Masterpact with Modbus COM, PM300, Sepam,
Vigilohm, etc.), the baud rate (19200 is recommended), the volume of data
exchanged and the desired response time. The RS485 physical layer offers up to 32
connection points on the bus (1 master, 31 slaves).
A fixed device requires only one connection point (communication module on the
device).
A drawout device uses two connection points (communication modules on the device
and on the chassis).
The number must never exceed 31 fixed devices or 15 drawout devices.
Length of bus
The maximum recommended length for the Modbus bus is 1200 meters.
Bus power source
A 24 V DC power supply is required (less than 20% ripple, insulation class II).
Communication interface
The Modbus bus may be connected to the central processing device in any of three
manners:
# direct link to a PLC. The communication interface is not required if the PLC is
equipped with a Modbus port
# direct link to a computer. The Modbus (RS485) / Serial port (RS232C)
communication interface is required
# connection to a TCP/IP (Ethernet) network. The Modbus (RS485) / TCP/IP
(Ethernet) communication interface is required.
Software
To make use of the information provided by the communicating devices, software
with a Modbus driver must be used.

Micrologic utilities
This is a set of Modbus drivers that may be used with a PC to:
# display the variables (I, U, P, E, etc.) with the RDU (Remote Display Utility)
# read/write the settings with the RSU (Remote Setting Utility)
# remotely control (ON / OFF) the device with the RCU (Remote Control Utility).
These utilities are available upon request.

SMS (System Manager Software)


SMS is power management software for the control and monitoring of LV and MV
electrical installations.
The SMS family includes a number of products for all types of applications. SMS can
communicate with all intelligent devices of the electrical installation including:
# Power Meter and Circuit Monitor products
# LV circuit breakers and switchdisconnectors
# Sepam units.

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Locking
On the device

1 fault trip indication and


reset button
2 OFF position locking
3 electrical closing
pushbutton
4 ON pushbutton
5 OFF pushbuton
6 operating mechanism
charged and "ready to
close" indication
7 pushbutton locking
8 main contact position
indication
9 operation counter

E88401

Functions and
characteristics

056447

Pushbutton locking

# The transparent cover blocks access to the pushbuttons used to open and close

056446

Access to pushbuttons protected by transparent cover.

the device.
It is possible to independently lock the opening button and the closing button. The
locking device is often combined with a remote operating mechanism.
The pushbuttons may be locked using either:
# three padlocks (not supplied)
# lead seal
# two screws.

Device locking in the OFF position

056448

Pushbutton locking using a padlock.

The circuit breaker is locked in the OFF position by physically maintaining the
opening pushbutton pressed down:
# using padlocks (one to three padlocks, not supplied)
# using keylocks (one or two different keylocks, supplied).
Keys may be removed only when locking is effective (Profalux or Ronis type locks).
The keylocks are available in any of the following configurations:
# one keylock
# one keylock mounted on the device + one identical keylock supplied separately for
interlocking with another device
# two different key locks for double locking.
Profalux and Ronis keylocks are compatible with each other.
A locking kit (without locks) is available for installation of one or two keylocks (Ronis,
Profalux, Kirk or Castell).
Accessory-compatibility
3 padlocks and/or 2 keylocks

Cable-type door interlock

056449

OFF position locking using a padlock.

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.

OFF position locking using a keylock.

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Locking (cont.)
On the chassis

1 keylock locking
2 chassis front plate
(accessible with cubicle
door closed)
3 "disconnected" position
door interlock
4 mismatch protection
5 racking-handle port
6 "connected/test/
disconnected" position
indication
7 racking interlock
8 racking-handle storage
9 reset pushbutton
10 padlock locking

E88402

Functions and
characteristics

"Disconnected" position locking


Mounted on the chassis and accessible with the door closed, these devices lock the
circuit breaker in the "disconnected" position in two manners:
# using padlocks (standard), up to three padlocks (not supplied)
# using keylocks (optional), one or two different keylocks are available.
Profalux and Ronis keylocks are available in different options:
# one keylock
# two different keylocks for double locking
# one (or two) keylocks mounted on the chassis + one (or two) identical keylocks
supplied separately for interlocking with another device.
A locking kit (without locks) is available for installation of one or two keylocks (Ronis,
Profalux, Kirk or Castell).

"Connected", "disconnected" and "test" position locking


The "connected", "disconnected" and "test" positions are shown by an indicator. The
exact position is obtained when the racking handle blocks. A release button is used
to free it.
On request, the "disconnected" position locking system may be modified to lock the
circuit breaker in any of the three positions, "connected", "disconnected" and "test".

Door interlock catch


Mounted on the right or left-hand side of the chassis, 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.

Racking interlock
E89585

This device prevents insertion of the racking handle when the cubicle door is open.

Cable-type door interlock


This option is identical for fixed and drawout versions.

Racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton


Racking interlock.

This option makes it necessary to press the OFF pushbutton in order to insert the
racking handle and holds the device open until the handle is removed.

Automatic spring discharge before breaker removal


This option discharges the springs before the breaker is removed from the chassis.

056453

Mismatch protection
Mismatch protection ensures that a circuit breaker is installed only in a chassis with
compatible characteristics. It is made up of two parts (one on the chassis and one on
the circuit breaker) offering twenty different combinations that the user may select.

Mismatch protection.

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Functions and
characteristics

Indication contacts

Indication contacts are available:


# in the standard version for relay
applications
# in a low-level version for control of PLCs
and electronic circuits.

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


Rotary type changeover contacts directly driven by the mechanism. These contacts
trip when the minimum isolation distance between the main circuit-breaker contacts
is reached.
OF

056418

Supplied as standard
Maximum number
Breaking capacity (A)
p.f.: 0.3
AC12/DC12

standard
V AC 240/380
480
690
V DC 24/48
125
250
low-level

V AC 24/48
240
380
V DC 24/48
125
250
* standard contacts: 10 A; optional contacts: 6 A.

4
12
minimum load: 100 mA/24 V
10/6*
10/6*
6
10/6*
10/6*
3
minimum load: 2 mA/15 V DC
6
6
3
6
6
3

"Fault-trip" indication contacts (SDE)

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF) (microswitch type).

Circuit-breaker tripping due to a fault is signalled by:


# a red mechanical fault indicator (reset)
# one changeover contact (SDE).
Following tripping, the mechanical indicator must be reset before the circuit breaker
may be closed.

056419

SDE
Supplied as standard
Maximum number
Breaking capacity (A)
p.f.: 0.3
AC12/DC12

1
standard
V AC 240/380
480
690
V DC 24/48
125
250

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF) (rotary type).

056462

low-level
V AC 24/48
240
380
V DC 24/48
125
250

2
minimum load: 100 mA/24 V
5
5
3
3
0.3
0.15
minimum load: 2 mA/15 V DC
3
3
3
3
0.3
0.15

Combined "connected/closed" contacts (EF)

Additional "fault-trip" indication contacts (SDE).

The contact combines the "device connected" and the "device closed" information to
produce the "circuit closed" information.
Supplied as an option for Masterpact NW, it is mounted in place of the connector of
an additional OF contact.
EF

056455

Maximum number
Breaking capacity (A)
p.f.: 0.3
AC12/DC12

standard
V AC 240/380
480
690
V DC 24/48
125
250
low-level

Combined contacts.

220E2030.fm/18

V AC 24/48
240
380
V DC 24/48
125
250

3 janvier 2002

8
minimum load: 100 mA/24 V
6
6
6
2.5
0.8
0.3
minimum load: 2 mA/15 V DC
5
5
5
2.5
0.8
0.3

Schneider Electric

Functions and
characteristics

Indication contacts (cont.)

056456

"Connected", "disconnected" and "test" position carriage


switches
Three series of optional auxiliary contacts are available for the chassis:
# changeover contacts to indicate the "connected" position (CE)
# changeover contacts to indicate the "disconnected" position (CD). This position is
indicated when the required clearance for isolation of the power and auxiliary circuits
is reached.
# changeover contacts to indicate the "test" position (CT). In this position, the power
circuits are disconnected and the auxiliary circuits are connected.
Additional actuators
A set of additional actuators may be installed on the chassis to change the functions
of the carriage switches.
CE, CD and CT "connected/disconnected/test" position
carriage switches.

Contacts

CE

Maximum number

standard with additional


actuators

Breaking capacity (A)


p.f.: 0.3
AC12/DC12

standard
V AC 240
380
480
690
V DC 24/48
125
250
low-level
V AC 24/48
240
380
V DC 24/48
125
250

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CD

CT

3
3
3
9
0
0
6
3
0
6
0
3
minimum load: 100 mA/24 V
8
8
8
6
2.5
0.8
0.3
minimum load: 2 mA/15 V DC
5
5
5
2.5
0.8
0.3

220E2030.fm/19

Remote operation
Remote ON / OFF

Two solutions are available for remote


operation of Masterpact devices:
# a point-to-point solution
# a bus solution with the COM
communication option.

The remote ON / OFF function is used to remotely open and close the circuit breaker.
It is made up of:
# an electric motor (MCH) equipped with a "springs charged" limit switch contact
(CH)
# two voltage releases:
5 a closing release (XF)
5 an opening release (MX).
Optionally, other functions may be added:
# a "ready to close" contact (PF)
# an electrical closing pushbutton (BPFE)
# remote reset following a fault.
A remote-operation function is generally combined with:
# device ON / OFF indication (OF)
# "fault-trip" indication (SDE).

056407

Functions and
characteristics

Note: If opening and closing orders occur simultaneously, the


mechanism discharges without any movement of the main
contacts. The circuit breaker remains in the open position
(OFF).
In the event of maintained opening and closing orders, the
standard mechanism provides an anti-pumping function by
blocking the main contacts in open position.
Anti-pumping function. After fault tripping or intentional opening
using the manual or electrical controls, the closing order must
first be discontinued, then reactivated to close the circuit
breaker.
When the automatic reset after fault trip (RAR) option is
installed, to avoid pumping following a fault trip, the automatic
control system must take into account the information supplied
by the circuit breaker before issuing a new closing order or
blocking the circuit breaker in the open position (information on
the type of fault, e.g. overload, short-time fault, earth fault, earth
leakage, short-circuit, etc.).

E90085

Wiring diagram of a point-to-point remote ON / OFF function


Note:
An opening order always takes priority over a closing order.

220e2040.fm/20

E90086

Wiring diagram of a bus-type remote ON / OFF function


Note:
MX communicating releases are of the impulse type only and
cannot be used to lock a circuit breaker in OFF position. For
locking in OFF position, use the remote tripping function
(2nd MX or MN).

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Functions and
characteristics

Remote operation (cont.)


Remote ON / OFF (cont.)

Electric motor (MCH)


056420

The electric motor automatically charges and recharges the spring mechanism when
the circuit breaker is closed. Instantaneous reclosing of the breaker is thus possible
following opening. The spring-mechanism charging handle is used only as a backup
if auxiliary power is absent.
The electric motor (MCH) is equipped as standard with a limit switch contact (CH)
that signals the "charged" position of the mechanism (springs charged).
Characteristics
Power supply

V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating threshold
Consumption (VA or W)
Motor overcurrent
Charging time
Operating frequency

48/60 - 100/130 - 200/240 - 277 - 380/415 - 400/440 - 480


24/30 - 48/60 - 100/125 - 200/250
0.85 to 1.1 Un
180
2 to 3 In for 0.1 s
maximum 4 seconds
maximum 3 cycles per minute

CH contact

10 A at 240 V

Voltage releases (XF and MX)


Their supply can be maintained or automatically disconnected.

E92039

Electric motor (MCH).

Closing release (XF)


The XF release remotely closes the circuit breaker if the spring mechanism is
charged.
Opening release (MX)
The MX release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when energised. It locks
the circuit breaker in OFF position if the order is maintained (except for MX
"communicating" releases).
Note: Whether the operating order is maintained or automatically disconnected (pulse-type), XF
or MX "communicating" releases ("bus" solution with "COM" communication option) always have
an impulse-type action.

Characteristics

XF

MX

Power supply

24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277 - 380/480


12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.85 to 1.1 Un
0.7 to 1.1 Un
pick-up: 200 (during 200 ms) pick-up: 200 (during 200 ms)
hold: 4.5
hold: 4.5
Circuit-breaker response time at Un 70 ms 10 (NW 6 4000 A) 50 ms 10 (NW)
80 ms 10 (NW > 4000 A)

056421

V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
Operating threshold
Consumption (VA or W)

"Ready to close" contact (PF)

056457

XF and MX voltage releases.

The ready to close position of the circuit breaker is indicated by a mechanical


indicator and a PF changeover contact. This signal indicates that all the following are
valid:
# the circuit breaker is in the OFF position
# the spring mechanism is charged
# a maintained opening order is not present:
5 MX energised
5 fault trip
5 remote tripping (second MX or MN)
5 device not completely racked in
5 device locked in OFF position
5 device interlocked with a second device.
Characteristics
Supplied as standard
Maximum number
Breaking capacity
p.f.: 0.3
AC12/DC12

standard
V AC 240/380
480
690
V DC 24/48
125
250

"Ready to close" contacts (PF).


low-level

V AC 24/48
240
380
V DC 24/48
125
250

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1
minimum load: 100 mA/24 V
5
5
3
3
0,3
0,15
minimum load: 2 mA/15 V DC
3
3
3
3
0,3
0,15

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Remote operation (cont.)


Remote ON / OFF (cont.)

Functions and
characteristics

Electrical closing pushbutton (BPFE)

E90087

Located on the front panel, this pushbutton carries out electrical closing of the circuit
breaker. It is generally associated with the transparent cover that protects access to
the closing pushbutton.
Electrical closing via the BPFE pushbutton takes into account all the safety functions
that are part of the control/monitoring system of the installation.
The BPFE connects to the closing release (XF) in place of the COM module.

Remote reset after fault trip

E90088

Electrical reset after fault trip (Res)


Following tripping, this function resets the fault trip indication contacts (SDE) and
the mechanical indicator and enables circuit breaker closing.
Power supply: 110 / 130 V AC and 200 / 240 V AC.

Automatic reset after fault trip (RAR)


Following tripping, a reset of the mechanical indicator (reset button) is no longer
required to enable circuit-breaker closing. The mechanical (reset button) and
electrical (SDE) indications remain in fault position until the reset button is pressed.

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Remote operation (cont.)


Remote tripping

Functions and
characteristics

056458

This function opens the circuit breaker via an electrical order. It is made up of:
# a shunt release (second MX)
# or an undervoltage release (MN)
# or a delayed undervoltage release (MN + delay unit).
These releases (2nd MX or MN) cannot be operated by the communication bus.
The delay unit, installed outside the circuit breaker, may be disabled by an
emergency OFF button to obtain instantaneous opening of the circuit breaker.

E90091

E90090

056458

E90089

Wiring diagram for the remote-tripping function

Voltage releases (second MX)


MX or MN voltage release.

When energised, the MX voltage release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker.
A continuous supply of power to the second MX locks the circuit breaker in the OFF
position.
Characteristics
Power supply

V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC

Operating threshold
Permanent locking function
Consumption (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response time at Un

24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 277 - 380/480


24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.7 to 1.1 Un
0.85 to 1.1 Un
pick-up: 200 (during 200 ms)
hold: 4.5
50 ms 10

Instantaneous voltage releases (MN)


The MN release instantaneously opens the circuit breaker when its supply voltage
drops to a value between 35% and 70% of its rated voltage. If there is no supply on
the release, it is impossible to close the circuit breaker, either manually or electrically.
Any attempt to close the circuit breaker has no effect on the main contacts. Circuitbreaker closing is enabled again when the supply voltage of the release returns to
85% of its rated value.
Characteristics
Power supply
Operating threshold

V AC 50/60 Hz
V DC
opening
closing

Consumption (VA or W)
MN consumption with delay unit
Circuit-breaker response time at Un

24 - 48 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480


12 - 24/30 - 48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250
0.35 to 0.7 Un
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (during 200 ms)
hold: 4.5
pick-up: 400 (during 200 ms)
hold: 4.5
90 ms 5

MN delay units
To eliminate circuit-breaker nuisance tripping during short voltage dips, operation of
the MN release can be delayed. This function is achieved by adding an external delay
unit in the MN voltage-release circuit. Two versions are available, adjustable and nonadjustable.
Characteristics
Power supply
VAC 50-60 Hz/DC
Operating threshold

non-adjustable
adjustable
opening
closing
Consumption of delay unit alone (VA or W)
Circuit-breaker response non-adjustable
time at Un
adjustable

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100/130 - 200/250
48/60 - 100/130 - 200/250 - 380/480
0.35 to 0.7 Un
0.85 Un
pick-up: 200 (during 200 ms)
hold: 4.5
0.25 s
0.5 s - 0.9 s - 1.5 s - 3 s

220e2040.fm/23

Functions and
characteristics

Accessories

Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)


056463

Optional equipment mounted on the chassis, the shield prevents access to the
terminal block of the electrical auxiliaries.

Operation counter (CDM)


056464

The operation counter sums the number of operating cycles and is visible on the front
panel. It is compatible with manual and electrical control functions.

Escutcheon (CDP)
E47535

Optional equipment mounted on the door of the cubicle, the escutcheon increases
the degree of protection to IP 40 (circuit breaker installed free standing: IP30) .
It is available in fixed and drawout versions.

Blanking plate (OP) for escutcheon


Used with the escutcheon, this option closes off the door cut-out of a cubicle not yet
equipped with a device. It may be used with the escutcheon for both fixed and
drawout devices.

Transparent cover (CP) for escutcheon


Optional equipment mounted on the escutcheon, the cover is hinged and secured by
a screw. It increases the degree of protection to IP 54, IK10. It adapts to both fixed
and drawout devices.

016819

Escutcheon (CDP) with blanking plate.

Transparent cover (CP) for escutcheon.

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Masterpact NW

Dimensions and connection

Presentation
Functions and characteristics

Schneider Electric

2
5

NW10 to 40 DC circuit breakers

26

Fixed device
Drawout device

26
30

Accessories

34

Electrical diagrams
Installation recommendations
Additional characteristics
Catalogue numbers

37
43
55
59

3 janvier 2002

220E3000TDM.fm/25

NW10 to 40 DC circuit breakers


Fixed device

Dimensions and
connection

Version C/D (3 poles)


Version E (4 poles)

E46050

E88403

Dimensions

E88405

Mounting detail

E88404

Mounting on base plate or rails

A
B

E46053

Door cutout

E46054

E59445

Safety clearances

Insulated
parts

Metal parts

Energised
parts

100

60

F : Datum.

220E3010.fm/26

Note:
(1) Without escutcheon
(2) With escutcheon
X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.
A(*) An overhead clearance of 110 mm is required to remove the arc chutes.
An overhead clearance of 20 mm is required to remove the terminal block.
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E90092

NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Fixed device (cont.)

Dimensions and
connection

Version C
Connections

E46057

E88408

Detail

E88407

E88406

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90376

Detail

E88410

E88409

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E90376

Detail

E88413

E88412

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.
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220E3010.fm/27

E90093

NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Fixed device (cont.)

Dimensions and
connection

Version D
Connections

E46057

E88416

Detail

E88415

E88414

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90377

Detail

E88418

E88417

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E90378

Detail

E88421

E88420

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.

220E3010.fm/28

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E90094

NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Fixed device (cont.)

Dimensions and
connection

Version E
Connections

E46057

E88432

Detail

E88424

E88431

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90379

Detail

E88418

E88433

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E90380

Detail

E88430

E88435

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.
Schneider Electric

View A detail.
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220E3010.fm/29

Dimensions and
connection

NW10 to 40 DC circuit breakers (cont.)


Drawout device
Version C/D (3 poles)
Version E (4 poles)

E46352

E46506

Dimensions

E46353

Mounting detail

E46354

Mounting on base plate or rails

A
B

E46355

E46356

Door cutout

E59446

Safety clearances

Insulated
parts

Metal parts

Energised
parts

60

F : Datum.

220E3020.fm/30

Note:
(1) Without escutcheon
(2) With escutcheon
X and Y are the symmetry planes for a 3-pole device.
6 fvrier 2002

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NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Drawout device (cont.)

E90095

Dimensions and
connection

Version C
Connections

E46057

E88438

Detail

E88723

E88437

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90381

Detail

E88724

E88439

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E90381

Detail

E88725

E88441

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.
Schneider Electric

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220E3020.fm/31

NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Drawout device (cont.)

E90096

Dimensions and
connection

Version D
Connections

E46057

E88445

Detail

E88444

E88443

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90382

Detail

E88447

E88446

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E90383

Detail

E88450

E88449

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.

220E3020.fm/32

View A detail.
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NW10 to 40 DC
circuit breakers (cont.)
Drawout device (cont.)

E90097

Dimensions and
connection

Version E
Connections

E46057

E88454

Detail

E88453

E88452

Horizontal rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

E46059

E90384

Detail

E88447

E88455

Vertical rear connection (NW10 - NW20)

View A detail.

E46491

E88458

E90385

Detail
E88459

Vertical rear connection (NW40)

Note:
Recommended connection screws: M10 class 8.8.
Tightening torque: 50 Nm with contact washer.
Schneider Electric

View A detail.

6 fvrier 2002

220E3020.fm/33

Dimensions and
connection

Accessories

Rear panel cutout (drawout devices)

E46271

E46272

NW10 to NW40

Escutcheon
Drawout device
E59889

E59890

Fixed device

F : Datum.

E47684

E59445

Connection of auxiliary wiring to terminal block

One conductor only per connection point.

220E3020.fm/34

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Dimensions and
connection

Accessories

(cont.)

Delay unit for MN release

E47695

E47694

MNR

"Chassis" communication module


Digipact
E47686

E47685

ModBUS

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220E3020.fm/35

220E3020.fm/36

6 fvrier 2002

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Masterpact NW

Schneider Electric

Electrical diagrams

Presentation
Functions and characteristics
Dimensions and connection

2
5
25

Masterpact NW10 to NW40 DC

38

Fixed and drawout devices


Communication option 24 V DC external power supply

38
40

Installation recommendations
Additional characteristics
Catalogue numbers

43
55
59

3 janvier 2002

220E4000TDM.fm/37

Masterpact NW10 to NW40 DC


Fixed and drawout devices

Electrical diagrams

The diagram is shown with circuits


de-energised, all devices open, connected
and charged and relays in normal position.
Remote operation

E90101

Version D

E90100

E90098

Version C

E90099

Version E

Terminal block marking

Control unit

Remote operation

Com :E1-E6 communication

SDE2 / Res

E5 E6
E3 E4
E1 E2

184 / K2
182

SDE1
84

MN / MX2
D2 / C12

82

181 / K1

81

D1 / C11

MX1

XF

PF

MCH

C2

A2

254

B2

C3

A3

252

B3

C1

A1

251

B1

SDE2: Fault-trip indication contact


or
Res:

Remote reset

SDE1: Fault-trip indication contact (supplied as standard)


MN:
or
MX2:

Undervoltage release

MX1:

Shunt release (standard or communicating)

XF:

Closing release (standard or communicating)

PF:

Ready-to-close contact

MCH:

Electric motor

Shunt release

Note:
When communicating MX or XF releases are used, the third wire (C3,A3) must
be connected even if the communication module is not installed.

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Masterpact NW10 to NW40 DC (cont.)


Fixed and drawout devices (cont.)

Electrical diagrams

E90068

E90066

Chassis contacts

E90065

Indication contacts

Indication contacts

Chassis contacts

OF4

OF3

OF2

OF1

OF24 OF23 OF22 OF21 OF14 OF13 OF12 OF11

CD3

CD2

CD1

CE3

CE2

CE1

CT3

CT2

CT1

44

34

24

14

244

234

224

214

144

134

124

114

834

824

814

334

324

314

934

924

914

42

32

22

12

242

232

222

212

142

132

122

112

832

822

812

332

322

312

932

922

912

41

31

21

11

241

231

221

211

141

131

121

111

831

821

811

331

321

311

931

921

911

CE6

or
CE5

CE4

CE9

or
CE8

CE7

or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
EF24 EF23 EF22 EF21 EF14 EF13 EF12 EF11
248

238

228

218

148

138

128

118

364

354

344

394

384

374

246

236

226

216

146

136

126

116

362

352

342

392

382

372

245

235

225

215

145

135

125

115

361

351

341

391

381

371

Indication contacts
OF4
OF3
OF2
OF1

ON/OFF
indication contacts

Chassis contacts
OF24
or
EF24
OF22 or
EF22
OF21 or
EF21

ON/OFF indication contacts


Combined "connected-closed" indication
contacts

CD3 Disconnected
CD2 position
CD1 contacts

CE3 Connected
CE2 position
CE1 contacts

or

or

CE6 Connected
CE5 position
CE4 contacts

CE9 Connected
CE8 position
CE7 contacts

OF14 or
EF14

or
CD6 Disconnected
CD5 position
CD4 contacts

OF13 or
EF13
OF12 or
EF12
OF11 or
EF11

CT3 Test position


CT2 contacts
CT1

Key:
XXX

Drawout device only


SDE1, OF1, OF2, OF3, OF4 supplied as standard
Interconnected connections
(only one wire per connection point)

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220e4010.fm/39

Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NW10 to NW40 DC (cont.)


Communication option
24 V DC external power supply

E90105

Connection of the communications option

The communications bus requires its own 24 V DC power source (E1, E2).

(1) drawout device equipped with Modbus chassis COM module.


(2) drawout device equipped with Digipact chassis COM module.

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Electrical diagrams

Masterpact NW10 to NW40 DC (cont.)


Communication option
24 V DC external power supply (cont.)
Examples using the COM communications option

E90106

Communicating switchboard
This configuration provides remote display and control of Masterpacts equipped with
the Modbus or Digipact COM module. The Digipact bus can be combined with the
Modbus bus.

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220e4010.fm/41

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Masterpact NW

Schneider Electric

Installation recommendations

Presentation
Functions and characteristics
Dimensions and connection
Electrical diagrams

2
5
25
37

Operating conditions

44

Installation in switchboard

46

Door interlock catch

47

Cable-type door interlock


Connection of MN, MX and XF voltage releases

48

Power connection

49

Busbar sizing

52

Temperature derating
Power dissipation and input / output resistance

53

Additional characteristics
Catalogue numbers

55
59

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220E5000TDM.fm/43

Installation
recommendations

Operating conditions

Ambient temperature
E51260

Masterpact NW DC 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:
5 -35 C to +85C for a Masterpact NW DC device
5 -25C to +85C for the control unit.
Test

Extreme atmospheric conditions


E51261

Masterpact NW DC devices have successfully passed the tests defined by the


following standards for extreme atmospheric conditions.
# Masterpact NW DC 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
E51262

Masterpact NW DC 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.

Test

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Installation
recommendations

Operating conditions (cont.)

Altitude

2000 m

E51263

Masterpact NW DC devices are designed for operations at altitudes under 2000


metres.
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
900
1 x In

3000
3150
900
770
0.99 x In

4000
2500
700
680
0.96 x In

5000
2100
600
600
0.94 x In

Test

E51264

Electromagnetic disturbances

Test

Schneider Electric

Masterpact NW DC 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 NW DC devices have successfully passed the electromagneticcompatibility tests (EMC) defined by the following international standards:
# IEC 60947-2, appendix F.
The above tests guarantee that:
# no nuisance tripping occurs
# tripping times are respected.

3 janvier 2002

220E5010.fm/45

Installation in switchboard

Installation
recommendations

E47652

E47651

E47650

Possible positions

Power supply

E88941

The plus and minus polarities (LINE + and LINE -) of the power supply must be
connected as indicated in the "Dimensions and connection" chapter.

Mounting the circuit-breaker

E47657

E47656

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.

E47658

Mounting on rails.

Mounting with vertical brackets.

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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.

E47669

Installation
recommendations

Dimensions (mm)
Type

(1)

(2)

NW10-40 (versions C-D)


NW10-40 (version E)

215
330

215
215

Breaker in connected or test position


E90107

Door cannot be opened

Breaker in disconnected position


E47671

Door can be opened

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

Installation
recommendations

Cable-type door interlock

E59115

E59114

E59113

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.

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
24 V
2.5 mm 1.5 mm 2.5 mm
U source 100 % 58
MN
U source 85 %
16
12
115
MX-XF U source 100 % 21
U source 85 %
10
6
75
Note: the indicated length is that of each of the two wires.

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48 V
1.5 mm
35
10
70
44

2.5 mm
280
75
550
350

1.5 mm
165
45
330
210

Schneider Electric

Installation
recommendations

Power connection

E47676

E47677

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:
b 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.
b 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 of
the switchboard (E).

E47675

Cable connections

E47673

E47674

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).

E47672

Busbar connections

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
distance A (mm)
350
300
250
150
150

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220E5020.fm/49

Installation
recommendations

Power connection (cont.)

E47678

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).

1
2
3
4
5
6

terminal screw factory-tightened to 16 Nm


breaker terminal
busbar
bolt
washer
nut

E47668

E47667

E47665

Examples

Tightening torques

Nominal (mm)
Drilling (mm)
10

11

Tightening torque (Nm)


with flat washers or
split lockwashers
37.5

Tightening torque (Nm)


with contact or
serrated washers
50

Busbar drilling

E47331

E47330

E47329

Examples

E47880

Isolation distance

Dimensions (mm)
Ui
500 V DC
900 V DC

X min.
8 mm
14 mm

E47679

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

Dimensions (mm)
e
5
10

220E5020.fm/50

Radius of curvature r
Min.
5
15

Recommended
7.5
18 to 20

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Schneider Electric

Installation
recommendations

Power connection (cont.)

E59316

E59317

E59310

E59309

E59333

E59308

Horizontal rear connection NW10 to NW20 DC

E59322

E59321

E59320

E59334

E59319

Vertical rear connection NW10 to NW20 DC

E89586

E88642

Vertical rear connection NW40 DC

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Installation
recommendations

Busbar sizing

E88643

Rear horizontal connection


Basis of tables:
b maximum permissible busbar temperature: 100 C
b Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connections
b busbar material is unpainted copper.
Example
Conditions:
b drawout version
b horizontal busbars
b Ti:50 C
b service current: 2000 A.
Solution:
For Ti = 50 C, use an NW20 DC which can be connected with three 100 x 5 mm bars
or two 80 x 10 mm bars.
Masterpact Maximum
service
current

Ti : 40 C
Ti : 50 C
Ti : 60 C
no. of bars
no. of bars
no. of bars
5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars 5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars 5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars

NW10
1000
3b.50 x 5
1b.63 x 10
3b.50 x 5
2b.50 x 10
3b.63 x 5
2b.50 x 10
NW20
2000
3b.100 x 5
2b.80 x 10
3b.100 x 5
2b.80 x 10
3b.100 x 5
3b.63 x 10
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.

E88721

Rear vertical connection


Basis of tables:
b maximum permissible busbar temperature: 100 C
b Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connections
b busbar material is unpainted copper.
Example
Conditions:
b fixed version
b vertical busbars
b Ti:40 C
b service current: 1000 A.
Solution:
For Ti = 40 C, use an NW10 DC which can be connected with two 50 x 5 mm bars
or one 50 x 10 mm bar.
Masterpact Maximum
service
current

Ti : 40 C
Ti : 50 C
Ti : 60 C
no. of bars
no. of bars
no. of bars
5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars 5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars 5 mm thick bars 10 mm thick bars

NW10
1000
2b.50 x 5
1b.50 x 10
2b.50 x 5
1b.50 x 10
2b.63 x 5
1b.63 x 10
NW20
2000
2b.100 x 5
2b.63 x 10
2b.100 x 5
2b.63 x 10
3b.100 x 5
3b.80 x 10
NW40
4000
4b.100 x 10
4b.100 x 10
4b.100 x 10
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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Schneider Electric

Installation
recommendations

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.
For ambient temperatures greater than 60 C, consult us.
Ti: temperature around the circuit breaker and its connections.
Version
Connection
temp. Ti
NW10 Version C
Version D
Version E
NW20 Version C
Version D
Version E
NW40 Version C
Version D
Version E

Drawout device
Rear horizontal
40
45
50
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
-

Fixed device
55

60

Rear vertical
40
45
50
55
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
4000
4000
3900 3750
4000
3800 3650

60

3600
3500

Rear horizontal
40
45
50
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
-

55

60

Rear vertical
40
45
50
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
4000
4000
4000

55

60

Power dissipation and input/output resistance


Total power dissipation is the value measured at I N , for a 3 pole (version C, D) or 4
pole (version E) breaker (values above the power P = 3RI).
The resistance between input / output is the value measured per pole (cold state).
Version

NW10
NW20
NW40

Drawout device

Power dissipation (Watt)


version C
D
E
45
75
105
135
230
330
460
800
1150

Schneider Electric

Fixed device
Input/output resistance (ohm)
C
D
E
46
73
102
34
58
82
29
50
72

Power dissipation (Watt)


C
D
E
25
40
60
90
160
235
360
580
850

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Input/output resistance (ohm)


C
D
E
22
40
58
22
40
58
22
36
52

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Masterpact NW

Schneider Electric

Additional characteristics

Presentation
Functions and characteristics
Dimensions and connection
Electrical diagrams
Installation recommendations

2
5
25
37
43

Tripping curves

56

U = 500 V DC, L/R = 15 ms


U = 900 V DC, L/R = 15 ms

56
57

Catalogue numbers

59

3 janvier 2002

220E6000TDM.fm/55

Additional characteristics

Tripping curves
U = 500 V DC, L/R = 15 ms

Micrologic DC 1.0 instantaneous protection


With 2500 - 5400 A sensors
E90109

E90108

With 1250 - 2500 A sensors

E90110

With 5000 - 11000 A sensors

220E6010.fm/56

6 dcembre 2001

Schneider Electric

Additional characteristics

Tripping curves (cont.)


U = 900 V DC, L/R = 15 ms

Micrologic DC 1.0 instantaneous protection


With 2500 - 5400 A sensors
E90112

E90111

With 1250 - 2500 A sensors

E90113

With 5000 - 11000 A sensors

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220E6010.fm/58

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Masterpact NW

Catalogue numbers

Presentation
Functions and characteristics
Dimensions and connection
Electrical diagrams
Installation recommendations
Additional characteristics

2
5
25
37
43
55

NW10 to NW40 DC fixed and drawout circuit breakers and


switch-disconnectors
60

Schneider Electric

Device selection

60

NW10 to NW40 DC fixed circuit breakers

61

Indication contacts
Remote operation

61
62

NW10 to NW40 DC drawout circuit breakers

63

Indication contacts
Chassis locking and accessories

63
64

Remote operation

65

Accessories for NW10 to NW40 DC fixed


and drawout circuit breakers

66

Communication bus accessories and display modules

67

Order form

68

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220E7000TDM.fm/59

NW10 to NW40 DC
fixed and drawout circuit breakers
and switch-disconnectors
Device selection

A Masterpact DC circuit breaker is


described by 2 catalogue numbers
corresponding to:
 the basic circuit breaker (fixed or drawout,
with chassis)
 a control unit.
A Masterpact switch-disconnector is
described by 1 catalogue number
corresponding to:
 the basic switch-disconnector (fixed or
drawout, with chassis).
Vertical connection is standar however the
connectors can be rotated for on-site
conversion to horizontal connection (except
on the NW40.
A communication option and various
auxiliaries and accessories may also be
added.

Basic circuit breaker

E46681

Catalogue numbers

Type N
In
(A at 40C)
NW10NDC-C 1000
NW20NDC-C 2000
NW40NDC-C 4000

Icu (kA for


U = 500 VDC)
35
35
35

Fixed

Drawout

48645
48646
48647

48660
48661
48662

Icu (kA for


U = 500 VDC)
85
85
85
85
85
85
85
85
85

Fixed

Drawout

48648
48649
48650
48651
48652
48653
48654
48655
48656

48663
48664
48665
48666
48667
48668
48669
48670
48671

Type H

NW10HDC-C
NW10HDC-D
NW10HDC-E
NW20HDC-C
NW20HDC-D
NW20HDC-E
NW40HDC-C
NW40HDC-D
NW40HDC-E

In
(A at 40C)
1000
1000
1000
2000
2000
2000
4000
4000
4000

DC 1.0 Micrologic control unit


Setting range
Minimum (A 8 %)
1250
2500
5000

Maximum (E 10 %)
48675
2500
48676
5400
48677
11000

Basic switch-disconnector
Type HA
Micro

logic

DC1.

neous
instanta

no

instanta

A1 =
C1 =
E1

A2 =
C2 =

=
= E2

Icm (kA for


U = 500 VDC)
85
85
85
85
85
85

Fixed

Drawout

48684
48685
48687
48688
48690
48691

48698
48699
48701
48702
48704
48705

E88722

Basic switch-disconnector $ 4000 A.

In
(A at 40C)
NW10HADC-C 1000
NW10HADC-D 1000
NW20HADC-C 2000
NW20HADC-D 2000
NW40HADC-C 4000
NW40HADC-D 4000

Basic circuit breaker + chassis $ 4000 A.

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Schneider Electric

Catalogue numbers

NW10 to NW40 DC
fixed circuit breakers
Indication contacts

E46432

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


Block of 4 changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V)
1 additional block of 4 contacts (2 max.)

1 block (standard)
48198

E46665

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V)
1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V)
1 additional low-level SDE

1 (standard)
48200
48201

E46434

Programmable contacts (*) (programmed via Micrologic control unit)


2 contacts M2C (5 A - 240 V)
6 changeover contacts M6C (5 A - 240 V)
(*) for Micrologic control units P and H only.

47403
47404

E46435

M2C.

M6C.

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Catalogue numbers

NW10 to NW40 DC
fixed circuit breakers (cont.)
Remote operation

Remote ON/OFF

E46447

Gear motor
AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V
100-130 V
200-240 V
250-277 V
380-415 V
440-480 V
24-30 V
48-60 V
100-130 V
200-250 V

MCH
48207
48211
48212
48213
48214
48215
48206
48207
48208
48209

E46437

Instantaneous voltage releases


Standard
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

Communicating
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48/60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC
12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48-60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC

Closing release
XF
47349
47350
47351
47352
47353
47354
47355
XF com
47310
47311
47312
47313
47314
47315
47316

Opening release
MX
47359
47360
47361
47362
47363
47364
47365
MX com
47320
47321
47322
47323
47324
47325
47326

E46438

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V)
1 low-level changeover contact

PF
47342
47343

E46677

Electrical closing pushbutton


BPFE
48534

1 pushbutton

E46665

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset
110-130 V AC
220-240 V AC
Automatic reset
Adaptation

Res
48202
48203
RAR
47346

(*)

Remote tripping

E46437

Instantaneous voltage release


AC 50/60 Hz
DC

12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48-60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC

2nd MX
47369
47370
47371
47372
47373
47374
47375

or

MN
47380
47381
47382
47383
47385

MN delay unit
E46694

R (non-adjustable)
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

48-60 V
100-130 V
200-250 V
380-480 V

33684
33685

Rr (adjustable)
33680
33681
33682
33683

(*) no charge.

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Schneider Electric

Catalogue numbers

NW10 to NW40 DC
drawout circuit breakers
Indication contacts

E46689

ON/OFF indication contacts (OF)


Block of 4 changeover contacts (6 A - 240 V)
1 additional block of 4 contacts (2 max.)

1 block (standard)
48468

E46690

Combined closed / connected contacts for use with 1 auxiliary contact


1 contact (5 A - 240 V) (8 max.)
or 1 low-level contact (8 max.)

48477
48478

E46691

"Fault trip" indication contacts (SDE)


Changeover contact (5 A - 240 V)
1 additional SDE (5 A - 240 V)
or 1 additional low-level SDE

1 (standard)
48475
48476

E46661

Carriage switches (connected / disconnected / test position)

Schneider Electric

Changeover contacts (8 A - 240V)


1 connected position contact (3 max.)
1 test position contact (3 max.)
1 disconnected position contact (3 max.)
and/or low-level changeover contacts
1 connected position contact (3 max.)
1 test position contact (3 max.)
1 disconnected position contact (3 max.)
Actuator for additional carriage switches

33751
33752
33753
33754
33755
33756
48560

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Catalogue numbers

NW10 to NW40 DC
drawout circuit breakers (cont.)
Chassis locking and accessories

Chassis locking
"Disconnected" position locking
E46451

By padlocks
Standard
By keylocks
Profalux

1 lock
1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile
2 locks (different key profiles)
Ronis
1 lock
1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile
2 locks (different key profiles)
Optional disconnected/test/connected position locking
Locking kit without locks for
Profalux, Ronis
Kirk
Castell

48568
48569
48570
48572
48573
48574
33779

Right-hand side of chassis


Left-hand side of chassis

48579
48580

1 part

48582

(*)

48564
48565
48566

E46452

Door interlock (1 part)

E46453

Racking interlock

Racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton


1 part

48585

Automatic spring discharge before breaker removal


1 part
E46688

48554

Breaker mismatch protection


Breaker mismatch protection VDC
E46456

33767

Chassis accessories
Arc chute cover
Standard

3P
4P

48595
48596

3P
4P

48587
48589

E46457

3P/4P

Auxiliary terminal shield (CB)


E46458

1000/4000 A

Safety shutters + locking block


E46459

1000/4000 A

Shutter locking block (for remplacement)


2 parts for 1000/4000 A
E46460

48591

Front face shutter position indication and locking


1000/4000 A

3P/4P

48592

(*) no charge.

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Catalogue numbers

NW10 to NW40 DC
drawout circuit breakers (cont.)
Remote operation

Remote ON/OFF

E46692

Gear motor
AC 50/60 Hz

DC

48 V
100-130 V
200-240 V
250-277 V
380-415 V
440-480 V
24-30 V
48-60 V
100-130 V
200-250 V

MCH
48522
48526
48527
48528
48529
48530
48521
48522
48523
48524

E46693

Instantaneous voltage releases


Standard
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

Communicating
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48-60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC
12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48-60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC

Closing release
XF
48480
48481
48482
48483
48484
48485
48486
XF com
48448
48449
48450
48451
48452
48453
48454

Opening release
MX
48490
48491
48492
48493
48494
48495
48496
MX com
48457
48458
48459
48460
48461
48462
48463

E46695

"Ready to close" contact (1 max.)


1 changeover contact (5 A - 240 V)
1 low-level changeover contact

PF
48469
48470

E46677

Electrical closing pushbutton


BPFE
48534

1 pushbutton

E46691

Remote reset after fault trip


Electrical reset
110-130 V AC
220-240 V AC
Automatic reset
Adaptation

Res
48472
48473
RAR
47346

(*)

Remote tripping

E46693

Instantaneous voltage release


AC 50/60 Hz
DC

12 V DC
24-30 V DC, 24 V AC
48-60 V DC, 48 V AC
100-130 V
200-250 V
277 V AC
380-480 V AC

2nd MX
48510
48511
48512
48513
48514
48515
48516

or

MN
48501
48502
48503
48504
48506

MN delay unit
E46694

R (non-adjustable)
AC 50/60 Hz
DC

48-60 V
100-130 V
200-250 V
380-480 V

33684
33685

Rr (adjustable)
33680
33681
33682
33683

(*) no charge.

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220E7010.fm/65

Catalogue numbers

Accessories for NW10 to NW40 DC


fixed and drawout circuit breakers

Circuit breaker locking


Pushbutton locking device
By padlocks
E46666

48536

OFF position locking


By padlocks
E46735

48539
By padlocks and keylocks
Profalux

Ronis

1 lock
1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile
2 locks (different key profiles)
1 lock
1 lock + 1 lock with same key profile
2 locks (different key profiles)

48545
48546
48547
48549
48550
48551

Profalux, Ronis
Kirk
Castell

48541
48542
48543

Locking kit without locks for

Other circuit breaker accessories


Mechanical operation counter
operation counter CDM
E46667

48535

Escutcheon.

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Escutcheon
Transparent cover IP 54
Escutcheon blanking plate

E46736

E46680

E46679

Escutcheon and accessories

Cover.

Fixed
48601
48605

Drawout
48603
48604
48605

Blanking plate.

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Schneider Electric

Catalogue numbers

Communication bus accessories


and display modules

RS485 Modbus pre-wired system


RS485 Modbus junction block
50963

CSD309: 9 pins SubD with screw terminals

50964

CDM303: display module pre-wired cable, 3 m length

50960

E67958

CJB306: 6 SubD 9 pins connectors junction block

E67959

RS485 Modbus connector

E67960

RS485 Modbus cables

E79015

CCP303: Masterpact or Compact pre-wired cable (4 RS485 wires + 2 power wires) 3 m length 50961

50965

E67961

CCR301: RS485 roll cable (2 RS485 wires + 2 power wires) 60 m length

Digipact Bus pre-wired system


Data concentrator DC150
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz and 115-125 V DC

50823

E79014

Auxiliary supply voltage

Junction block
50778

E67956

Junction block for internal Bus

Cables
E67957

Cable for internal bus

20-meter roll (0.75 mm2 )


100-meter roll (0.75 mm2)

50779
50780

Converter
RS485/RS232 (ACE909) 12 V DC power supply included
RS485/RS232
RS485/Ethernet
RS485/Ethernet (SMS compatible)
RS485/Ethernet (Micrologic Transparent Ready available 2003)
(1) see catalogue Telemecanique.
(2) see catalogue PowerLogic System.

Schneider Electric

59648
TSX SCA72
(1)
174 CEV 300-10 (1)
EGX 200/400
(2)
33507

16 mai 2002

220E7010.fm/67

Catalogue numbers

Order form

To indicate your choices, check the applicable square


boxes
and enter the appropriate information
in the rectangles

Basic device
Frame size

Circuit breaker
Switch-disconnector
Version
Type of device

Quantity
NW10
NW20
NW40
N, H
HA
C, D, E
Fixed
Drawout with chassis
Chassis alone
Drawout without chassis

Locking
VBP - ON/OFF pushbutton locking
OFF position locking
VCPO - by padlocks
Locking kit
VSPO - by keylocks
without
keylocks
1 lock

VSPD - chassis locking in


''disconnected'' position

VPEC - door interlock

Communication
COM
Eco COM

Ronis

1 lock + 1 lock with


same key profile

2 locks (different key profiles)


Locking kit
Profalux
Ronis
without
keylocks
1 lock
1 lock + 1 lock with
same key profile
2 locks (different key profiles)
Optional connected - disconnected - test position locking
Latch on right-hand side of chassis
Latch on left-hand side of chassis

VPOC - racking interlock


IPA - cable-type door interlock
IBPO - racking interlock between crank and OFF pushbutton
DAE - automatic spring discharge before breaker removal
VDC - mismatch protection

Digipact
Modbus
Modbus

Connection
Top
Horizontal
Top
Vertical
Interphase barriers
VO - safety shutters on chassis
VIVC - shutter position indication and locking

Profalux

Bottom
Bottom

Indication contacts
OF - ON/OFF indication contacts
Standard
410 A - 240 V AC and low-level
Additional
1 block of 4 OF
EF - combined ''connected/closed'' contacts
1 EF 5 A - 240 V AC
1 EF low-level
SDE - ''fault-trip'' indication contacts
Standard
1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC
Additional
1 SDE 5 A - 240 V AC
1 SDE low-level
low-level
Carriage switches
6 A - 240 V AC
CE - ''connected'' position
CD - ''disconnected'' position
CT - ''test'' position
AC - actuator for additional carriage switches

Max. 2

qty

Max. 8
Max. 8

qty
qty

Max. 3
Max. 3
Max. 3

qty
qty
qty
qty

Remote operation
Remote ON/OFF

Remote tripping

MCH - gear motor


XF - closing voltage release
MX - opening voltage release
PF - ''ready to close'' contact

V
V
V

low-level
6 A - 240 V AC
BPFE - electrical closing pushbutton
Res - electrical reset option
RAR - automatic reset option
MN - undervoltage release
V
R - delay unit (non-adjustable)
Rr - adjustable delay unit
2nd MX - shunt release
V

Accessories
CDM - mechanical operation counter
CB - auxiliary terminal shield for chassis
CDP - escutcheon
CP - transparent cover
OP - blanking plate

220E7010.fm/68

11 mars 2002

Schneider Electric