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Selection of Devices

For Type - 2 Co-ordination

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Index
Content Selection of Protective Devices for Motor Feeders Pg. No. 01

Selection Chart Fuse Protected Starter Feeder


DOL Star-Delta

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Protected Starter Feeder with MCCB Fuseless DOL Star-Delta

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Protected Starter Feeder with MPCB Fuseless DOL

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Selection of Protection Devices for Motor Feeder


Introduction
Motors are the backbone of industry. The use of motors is also rapidly increasing in commercial establishments. Protection of motor, hence has assumed extreme importance so as to keep these processes functioning safely and continuously.

The main purpose of motor protection system is to protect the motor windings from excessive temperature, overloading, over voltage, under voltage and single phasing which are the primary causes for high temperatures in motor. Unbalanced supply voltage can also lead to overheating in motors. In case of motors where the motor is cooled by the medium it drives e.g. fans, submersible pumps under loading can also result in overheating in motors. Studies show that about 40% of the motor failures are due to electrical faults like over current, single phasing & short circuit. Hence it is extremely important to select effective motor protection devices to safeguard motors against any of the above faults, that will make motor windings to exceed safe working temperature. More importantly, the protection devices should be co-ordinated.

SCPD ( Fuse / MCCB / MPCB )

Starter ( Overload relay + Contactor )

M
Fig. 1

Motor

Thermal Overload relay


Thermal overload relay should protect the motor against single phasing and overloading or blocked rotor condition. At the same time, it should permit starting of the motor. In other words, it should withstand starting current for a duration equal to the starting time of the motor.

IEC 60947-4-1(IS13947 Part 4/Sec1) has facilitated selection of a relay by defining a Trip Class'.

Trip classes are reproduced in Table 1. A relay of appropriate trip class can be selected by comparing 'locked rotor current withstand time' for the motor with maximum trip time. For example, for a motor with 'locked rotor current withstand time' of 15 seconds, the relay should have trip time less than 15 seconds at a current equal to locked rotor current. Hence, with reference to Table 1, a relay of 10A trip class will provide adequate protection.

Table 1: Trip Class for Thermal Overload Relays


Trip Class Tripping Time, Tp, Seconds* 2<Tp< = 10 4<Tp< = 10 6<Tp< = 20 9<Tp< = 30

10 A 10 20 30

* at 7.2 times the relay setting.

New generation of thermal overload relays incorporating 'differential mechanism' provide excellent protection against phase unbalance and phase failures even when motor is not running at full load. Unbalanced voltages result in high unequal currents in stator windings and consequently higher temperature rise. Though balanced voltages are preferred, in some applications, voltage unbalance is unavoidable and some derating might be necessary. Where a motor is derated, selection of overload relay should take into account the derating factor. Fig. 1. is the single line diagram showing components of a typical direct-on-line motor starter feeder.

Short Circuit Protective Devices (SCPD)


Fuse, MCCB & MPCB are widely accepted as the SCPDs for motor feeder protection. While they are generally fast in clearing S.C. faults, they do take finite time to operate. By the time SCPD interrupts short circuit current, certain amount of fault energy passes through the protected circuit. All the downstream devices and cables in the protected circuit are subjected to stresses corresponding to this energy. The two important parameters which indicate the extent of stresses generated by short circuits are 'l2t let through' and 'cut-off current'. These are explained in Fig. 2. 'l2t let through' signifies thermal stresses. Cut-off current (Ic)' is indicative of electro-dynamic stresses that various devices and links / cables will have to withstand. Lower 'l2t let through' and 'cut-off current indicate a more efficient SCPD and hence better short circuit protection.

Ip Current Ic

I t (let - through energy) " the area under the curve

T Total fault clearing time

Time Fig. 2

H.R.C. fuse is the most efficient and popular short circuit protection device. Fuse is used along with a switching device (SDFs) and has minimum let through energy & cut off current. Hence H.R.C. fuse offers the most economical protection package (along with starter) for motor protection. The development of current limiting Moulded Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB) has brought wider acceptance of MCCB as SCPD for motor protection. While MCCB offer the major advantage of low downtime & enhanced flexibility due to availability of various accessories, the let through energy & cut off current of MCCB are still higher compared to H.R.C. Fuses. Motor Protection Circuit Breaker can be used in two ways. It can be used directly for switching of a motor. This is very cost effective. However the electrical life of MPCB is limited compared to that of a contactor. Moreover, a separate undervoltage protection will be required. Alternatively, MPCB can be used along with a contactor. Since MPCB combines thermal as well as short circuit protection, it obviates the need of a relay. Hence, in such protection scheme, MPCB will trip and interrupt for all type of faults & contactor will be used purely for switching ON or switching OFF the load.

Co-ordination of thermal overload relay & SCPD


IEC / BS / EN specifications require that thermal overload relays and SCPD are co-ordinated to ensure that they operate satisfactorily under all load and fault conditions. Following two aspects need to be considered to achieve proper co-ordination:
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Discrimination between thermal overload relay and SCPD

Adequacy of short circuit protection

Discrimination
To understand various considerations for proper co-ordination, time-current characteristics of thermal overload relay (curve B), H.R.C. fus (curve C), MCCB with only instantaneous release (curve D) and MPCB (curve E) are superimposed on motor starting characteristics (curve A) in Fig. 3. Intersection of characteristics of thermal overload relay and Fuse / MCCB is termed as 'cross-over point' and corresponding current as

'cross-over current' lco. Following points are to be ensured while selecting components to have properly co-ordinated motor protection:
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Contactor rating (AC-3) should be more than or equal to motor full load current (if application is AC-3 duty)

Thermal overload relay of appropriate 'Trip Class' is selected. Time current characteristics of the relay

should remain above motor starting characteristics as shown in Fig. 3.


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For fault currents lower than 'cross-over current lco', relay will respond faster than SCPD and hence

contactor will interrupt the fault current. Fault currents higher than lco will be interrupted by SCPD. Hence, rating of contactor is so chosen that lco is less than rated breaking capacity of the contactor
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Relay and contactor should be able to withstand lco for a duration equal to trip time of the relay. IEC / BS /

EN standards require that the contactor should be able to withstand at least current equal to 8 times AC-3 rating (6 times for ratings higher than 630A) for 10 seconds
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While using MCCB or MPCB, attention needs to be given to motor peak starting current. To avoid

operation of MCCB / MPCB during starting, instantaneous release is chosen as 12 times the full load current of the motor. This thumb rule assumes motor starting current equal to 6 times full load current In case of high efficiency motors, starting currents could be about 8 times full load current. For such application, MCCB rating need to be selected such that instantaneous release setting is higher than 12 (about 14) times full load current to avoid nuisance tripping during starting. Similarly, while using MCCB as a SCPD for Star-Delta starter, consideration needs to be given to peak current associated with change over from Star to delta. Instantaneous release of MPCB is normally set at 12 times the rating. Hence, possibility of nuisance tripping needs to be considered while using MPCB for protection of high efficiency motors or for star delta starter.

Type 1 and Type 2 Co-ordination In Motor Feeders


Standards like IEC: 60947-4-1 and IS: 13947-4-1 specify motor protection requirements. These requirements are for selection of switching & protection device for motor feeders. Since there are more than one switching & protection device, it is necessary to co-ordinate the selection of components for a motor feeders. This is to be done keeping in mind the capabilities of the individual components. Such a co-ordinated selection will firstly, ensure safety to the user & secondly, provide the expected performance & life of the feeder components. Specifically, an improperly co-ordinated system can lead to
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High electro-dynamic force (magnetic force proportional to Ipeak)

Lower thermal stresses leading to reduced heat (It)

Nuisance tripping of / operation of SCPD under small overloads leading to reduced life of SCPD

Nuisance tripping of SCPD during motor starting (DOL)

Nuisance tripping of SCPD during transient conditions like open transition starting of a Star Delta starter

Selection of components involves co-ordination of characteristics of various devices i.e. of the overload relay & of short circuit protection device of the motor feeder. There are two types of co-ordinations specified in the standards. They are Type 1 Co-ordination & Type 2 Co-ordination.

Type 2 Co-ordination means that the starter must exhibit little or no damage following a short circuit test and should be able to be returned to proper service without replacing any parts. That is, after being subjected to a short circuit current, the device does not require major maintenance like replacement of contacts of the contactor or replacement of relay-thus saving considerable downtime. In the case of Type 1 Co-ordination on the other hand, the starter after undergoing a short circuit test may get damaged & can be reused only after carrying out major maintenance work like replacement of contacts or relay. Type 2 Co-ordination charts are usually published by the manufacturers of motor feeder components. L&Ts charts are given in the pages from...... These charts show the selection of different product combinations for a motor feeder. It is important to note that the validity of the product selection is contingent on using components from the same manufacturer. Selection of components according to these Type 2 Co-ordination charts gives the optimum benefit to the end user in terms of safety, reliability & durability. After ensuring proper discrimination, selection of contactor, relay and fuse / MCCB / MPCB should be reviewed for short circuit protection. As described earlier, the selected contactor and relay should be able to withstand 'l2t let through' of chosen SCPD. This can be established only through extensive testing. IEC / BS / EN 60947-4-1 have specified elaborate tests for verification of performance under short circuit condition. These tests are carried out at two currents, 'r' current and 'q' current. Tests at 'r' current are closer portrayal of actual application conditions. 'r' current is defined corresponding to AC-3 rating of the starter. These are shown in Table 2. 'q' current is the maximum short circuit current the combination can withstand as specified by the manufacturer.

Table 2: Short Circuit Performance: 'r' Current

Rated Operational Current Ie AC-3 A 0<Ie< = 16 16<Ie< = 63 63<Ie< = 125 125<Ie< = 315 315<Ie< = 630 630<Ie< = 1000 1000<Ie< = 1600 1600<Ie

'r' Current KA

1 3 5 10 18 30 42 To be agreed

Co - ordination with Fuse


Curve A
Contactor Breaking Capacity

T i m e

Cross over Point Motor Current

Curve C Curve B
Overload Relay Fuse

5 - 6 In Current

12 ln

Co - ordination with MCCB


Contactor Breaking Capacity (>12in)

Curve D

T i m e

Motor Current

Cross over Point Overload Relay MCCB 5 - 6 In Current 12 In

Co - ordination with MPCB

T i m e

Cross over Point (in Built) Motor Current Curve E MPCB 5 - 6 In Current 12 In

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Co-ordination of Contactors and Overload Relays with MCBs


Types of MCBs
The Classes of MCBs and the corresponding magnetic settings are tabulated below:

Curve Type B C D

Magnetic setting (Multiples of In) 3 - 5 times 5 - 10 times 10 - 20 times

C MCBs are popularly used for Motor protection applications

Main problem while using an MCB for Motor protection


Unlike a fuse unit, MCB is a peak sensing device. While providing SC protection to the motor it is imperative that the MCB does not trip on the starting transients of the motor. This care has to be taken while selecting the rating of the MCB. These transients are usually of the tune of 12 times the full load current. Now suppose a C curve MCB is selected, in order to ensure it does not trip during the starting of the motor, 12 times the motor full load current should be lesser than 5 times the MCB's nominal current. For eg: for a motor having a full load current of 6A, 12*6 = 72A, A C curve MCB of rating = 72/5 = 14.5, i.e. 15A will have to be selected. Select a 6A AC-3 rated contactor and a relay having a range of 4 - 6A Suppose a fault occurs and the motor starts drawing a current of 60A, the MCB will not trip as 60A is lesser than 15*5 = 75A. As a result the overload relay will have to give a trip signal to the contactor to break this current. The IEC standard specifies the breaking capacity of a contactor to be 8 times its AC-3 rating. 60A is greater than 8*6 = 48A as a result the contactor will get damaged. This problem can be rectified by de-rating the contactor. The second more serious problem can be described by considering the below case: Consider a 0.16 hp motor with a full load current of 0.45A. the initial starting current will be around 5.4A. As in the earlier case a C curve MCB of 2A will have to be selected. With proper de rating, a 18A Contactor is selected with a relay having rating of 0.3 - 0.5A. Now in this case, the crossover between the relay and the MCB will take place at 5*2 = 10A which is 20 times the upper limit of the relay. This will cause permanent damage to the relay. There is no solution to this problem as de-rating a relay is not possible.

This is Type 1 Co-ordination and not Type 2


Suppose a D curve MCB is selected, then for the above case, a 72/10 = 7.2A i.e. an 8A MCB will have to be selected. Now the MCB has to trip for currents between 10-20 times its nominal current. For the worst case in which the MCB trips at 20 times (i.e. 160A), for a fault current of 140A, the overload relay will have to give a tripping command to the MCB and there will be similar consequences as in the previous case. Thus in conclusion; while selecting an MCB for motor protection which may be a cost effective solution, one must be fully aware of the possible damages that might be caused to the contactor and overload relay. 7

Summary
Effective motor feeder protection should protect motor against any over current including short circuit current that can cause excessive temperature in the motor windings. Combination of thermal overload relay and H.R.C. fuse is most effective and proven motor protection. MCCBs and MPCBs are being increasingly used for motor feeder protection. Contactor, thermal overload relay and SCPD need to be properly co-ordinated to ensure that they operate satisfactorily under all loads and fault conditions. Performance of a contactor and a relay backed up by a SCPD under short circuit conditions can be proven only through extensive testing. IEC / IS / EN 60947-4-1 specify elaborate tests.

Types of Motor starting


The most common method of motor starting is either Direct On Line (DOL) and Star - Delta. DOL starting is simple direct switching of a motor, however it leads to a high starting current. Star - Delta method is adopted in the motor feeders where high starting current is not acceptable.

DOL starting
While DOL starting method is simple & most commonly used, care has to be taken while selecting the SCPD & relay. The possibility of high current peak & higher starting time during starting must be kept in mind. This is especially important while choosing MCCB & MPCB as SCPD as these device can sense current peaks & may trip. Hence it is recommended to select MCCB & MPCB with magnetic threshold of at least 12 times of motor full load current for all standard motors & at least 14 times of full load current for high efficiency motors.

Star / Delta starting


Star delta starting method is popularly used to reduce the motor starting current. In such connection, the motor winding is connected in Star mode to start with. When it reaches a certain speed the motor (usually 80% of full speed), winding connection is changed to Delta mode. Star Delta starting can be of two types: a. Open Transition b. Closed Transition In the case of most commonly used open transition starting, during change over from Star to Delta mode, the supply to the motor gets disconnected for few milliseconds. During this period there is no voltage across the motor terminals and the motor acts as a generator momentarily. When the Delta contactor closes, full line voltage appears across the motor terminal. If the motor back emf and the line voltage are in phase, the transient current peaks may be as high as 16 - 18 times the full load current of the motor. This can lead to nuisance tripping of the SCPD (especially in feeders involving MCCB or MPCB as SCPD) in the protection system. In addition, the motor will experience a jerk, which in some cases may be critical. Hence the tripping characteristic of the SCPD must be properly selected to avoid any nuisance tripping during the change over from Star to Delta mode. 8

With closed transition starting, the change over from Star to Delta mode is made without disconnecting the motor from the line. In this case, the change over from Star to Delta takes place through three resistors. These resistors do not allow full line voltage to appear across the motor terminal and also there will be no break in the supply to the motor. Hence closed transition method eliminates problems of high transient current peaks in the system & jerks to the motor. However, this method is used only in critical & sensitive motors as it leads to an increase in installation & maintenance cost.

Hence factors like type of starting, method of change over from Star to Delta, starting time & current of the motor, efficiency of motor etc. are very crucial for selection of proper motor protection devices to achieve Type 2 Co-ordination & hence ensure safety, reliability & durability of the installation.

For your ready reference, Type-2 Co-ordination charts for selection of various components of a motor feeder are given in the following pages. The charts are for Iq = 50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per standards: IS/IEC 60947-4-1

Notes:
1. The Full Load Current (FLC) indicated for single phase motors are of 'capacitor start motors' and for 3 phase motors are of 'squirrel-cage Induction motors' at full load. Motors considered are with speeds more than that mentioned below. Upto 10 hp - 750 rpm 30 - 125 hp - 500 rpm 10 - 30 hp - 600 rpm 125 - 300 hp - 375 rpm 2. Contactors / S-D-Fs indicated are of the minimum ratings. Higher rating of contactors and S-D-Fs can be used 3. Selection chart is for standard 3-phase, squirrel cage motor with average power factor and efficiency 4. * : Only size '000' fuses to be used with FNX 100 S-D-F 5. # : Only size '00' fuses should be used with FNX 160 S-D-F 6. Selection is valid only for complete L&T combinations. Compliance to Type '2' Co-ordination is not assured in case these combinations are changed to accommodate another brand / rating of products like S-D-F / Fuse etc 7. All S-D-F ratings are AC-23A as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 8. Normal motor starting time (<=5 Sec) is assumed. Selection for motors with longer starting times can be made available on request 9. All the MCCBs are Instantaneous type only 10. MNX' relays can be replaced by equivalent 'MN' relays

Selection Chart: Fuse Protected DOL Starter Feeders


Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. Motor Rating: 1 240V, 50Hz hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 1.25 2 3 0.9 1.5 2.25 8 9.5 14 1 0.75 7.5 0.25 0.5 0.18 0.4 2 3.6 kW In (A) Motor Rating: 3 415V, 50Hz hp 0.125 0.16 0.2 0.25 0.33 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 1.75 2 2.5 3 4 5 5.5 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 17.5 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 75 90 100 110 125 150 175 197 200 215 225 245 270 300 335 400 430 kW 0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.37 0.55 0.75 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.25 3 3.7 4 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 13 15 18.6 22.5 26 30 33.5 37 45 55 67.5 75 80 90 110 130 147 150 160 168 180 200 225 250 300 315 In (A) 0.4 0.45 0.57 0.75 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.1 2.7 3 3.5 4.8 5 6.4 7.9 8.5 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 24 29 35 40 47 55 60 66 80 100 120 135 139 165 200 230 260 275 280 300 320 340 385 425 500 535 Contactor Overload Relay Nominal Backup fuse Type HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 00 HN, 00 HN, 00 # HN, 0 HN, 0 HN, 0 HN, 1 HN, 1 HN, 1 HN, 2 HN, 2 HN, 2 HN, 2 HN, 2 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 Range (A) 2 2 2 4 4 6 6 8 10 10 16 16 16 20 20 20 25 32 32 50 63 63 63 80 80 100 100 100 125 125 160 200 200 200 250 250 315 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 630 630 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 125 / FNX 125 FN 125 / FNX 125 FN 160 / FNX 160 # FN 200 / FNX 200 FN 200 / FNX 200 FN 200 / FNX 200 FN 250 / FNX 250 FN 250 / FNX 250 FN 315 / FNX 315 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 SwitchDisconnectorFuse

Type MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 18 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 40 MNX 45 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 110 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 185 MNX 185 MNX 225 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 400 MNX 550 MNX 550 MNX 550 MNX 550

Type MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12L MN 12L

Range (A) 0.3 - 0.5 0.3 - 0.5 0.45 - 0.75 0.6 - 1.0 0.6 - 1.0 0.9 - 1.5 1.4 - 2.3 1.4 - 2.3 2.0 - 3.3 2.0 - 3.3 3-5 4.5 - 7.5 4.5 - 7.5 4.5 - 7.5 6 - 10 6 - 10 6 - 10 9 - 15 9 - 15 14 - 23 14 - 23 20 - 33 20 - 33 24 - 40 30 - 50 30 - 50 45 - 75 45 - 75 45 - 75 66 - 110 66 - 110 90 - 150 90 - 150 90 - 150 135 - 225 135 - 225 180 - 300 180 - 300 180 - 300 180 - 300 270 - 450 270 - 450 270 - 450 270 - 450 270 - 450 340 - 570 340 - 570

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Selection Chart: Fuse Protected Star Delta Starter Feeders


Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Motor Rating: 3, 415 V, 50Hz Nos. Motor Current, In (A) hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 65 70 75 90 100 125 150 175 200 240 250 275 300 400 450 500 kW 0.75 1.1 1.5 2.25 3 3.75 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 15 18.6 22.5 26 30 33.5 37 45 48.5 52 55 67.5 75 90 110 130 150 175 185 204 225 300 335 375 Line 2.1 2.7 3.5 5 6.4 7.9 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 29 35 40 47 55 60 66 80 87 94 100 120 135 165 200 230 275 310 325 360 385 500 550 615 Phase 1.2 1.6 2.0 2.9 3.7 4.6 5.2 6.5 8.5 11.0 12.7 16.7 20.2 23.1 27.1 31.8 34.6 38.1 46.2 50.2 54.3 57.7 69.3 77.9 95.0 115.5 132.8 158.8 179.0 187.6 207.8 222.3 288.7 317.5 355.1 Star MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 18 MNX 18 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 45 MNX 45 MNX 45 MNX 45 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 Contactor Overload Relay Nominal Backup fuse Type HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HF HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 000* HN, 00 HN, 00 HN, 00 # HN, 0 HN, 0 HN, 1 HN, 1 HN, 1 HN, 2 HN, 2 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 HN, 3 Rating (A) 4 6 6 8 10 16 16 20 20 32 32 40 50 63 63 63 80 80 100 100 125 125 160 160 200 250 250 315 400 400 400 500 500 630 630 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 32 / FNX 32 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 63 / FNX 63 FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 100 / FNX 100* FN 125 / FNX 125 FN 125 / FNX 125 FN 160 / FNX 160 # FN 200 / FNX 200 FN 200 / FNX 200 FN 250 / FNX 250 FN 250 / FNX 250 FN 315 / FNX 315 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 400 / FNX 400 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 FN 630 / FNX 630 SwitchDisconnector-Fuse

Line MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 18 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 40 MNX 45 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 95

Delta MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 18 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 40 MNX 45 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 95

Type MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12

Range (A) 0.9 - 1.5 1.4 - 2.3 1.4 - 2.3 2 - 3.3 3-5 3-5 4.5 - 7.5 4.5 - 7.5 6 - 10 9 - 15 9 - 15 14 - 23 14 - 23 20 - 33 20 - 33 30 - 50 30 - 50 30 - 50 30 - 50 45 - 75 45 - 75 45 - 75 45 - 75 66 - 110 66 - 110 90 - 150 90 - 150 135 - 225 135 - 225 135 - 225 135 - 225 180 - 300 180 - 300 270 - 450 270 - 450

MNX 95 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 110 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 185 MNX 185 MNX 140 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 140 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 400 MNX 550 MNX 550 MNX 400 MNX 550 MNX 550

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Selection Chart: Fuseless Protection for DOL Starter Feeders (with MCCB)
Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 0.125 0.16 0.2 0.25 0.33 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 1.75 2 2.5 3 4 5 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 17.5 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 75 90 100 110 125 150 175 197 200 215 225 245 270 Motor Rating: 3, 415V, 50Hz kW 0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.37 0.55 0.75 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.25 3 3.7 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 13 15 18.6 22.5 26 30 33.5 37 45 55 67.5 75 80 90 110 130 147 150 160 168 180 200 FLC, In (A) 0.4 0.45 0.57 0.75 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.1 2.7 3 3.5 4.8 5 6.4 7.9 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 24 29 35 40 47 55 60 66 80 100 120 135 139 165 200 230 260 275 280 300 320 340 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 110 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 185 MNX 225 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 265 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 325 MNX 400 Contactor Type Overload Relay MCCB

Type MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12

Range (A) 0.3 - 0.5 0.45 - 0.75 0.45 - 0.75 0.6 - 1 0.6 - 1 0.9 - 1.5 1.4 - 2.3 1.4 - 2.3 2.0 - 3.3 2.0 - 3.3 3.0 - 5.0 4.5 - 7.5 4.5 - 7.5 4.5 - 7.5 6 - 10 9 - 15 9 - 15 14 - 23 14 - 23 20 - 33 20 - 33 20 - 33 30 - 50 30 - 50 45 - 75 45 - 75 45 - 75 45 - 75 66 - 110 66 - 110 90 - 150 90 - 150 90 - 150 135 - 225 135 - 225 180 - 300 180 - 300 180 - 300 180 - 300 270 - 450 270 - 450 270 - 450

Type DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM 16 DM100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 160 DM 160 DM 160 DM 160 DM 250 DM 250 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400

Rating 0.63 0.63 1 1 1 1.6 1.6 2.5 2.5 4 4 5 5 7.5 7.5 10 12 16 25 25 30 35 50 50 60 70 70 80 100 120 160 160 200 200 275 325 325 325 350 350 400 400

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Selection Chart: Fuseless Protection for Star Delta Starter Feeders (with MCCB)
Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 12.5 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 Motor Rating: 3, 415V, 50Hz kW I line (A) I phase (A) 9.3 11 15 18.6 22.5 30 37 55 75 90 110 130 150 19 22 29 35 40 55 66 100 135 165 200 230 275 11 12.7 16.7 20.2 23.1 31.8 38.1 57.7 78 95.3 115.5 133 159 Star MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 225 MNX 225 MNX 265 Contactor Overload Relay MCCB

Delta MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 225 MNX 225 MNX 265

Main MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 80 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 95 MNX 140 MNX 140 MNX 225 MNX 225 MNX 265

Range (A) 9 - 15 9 - 15 14 - 23 14 - 23 20 - 33 30 - 50 30 - 50 45 - 75 60 - 100 90 - 150 90 - 150 90 - 150 135 - 225

Type MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12 MN 12

Rating In (A) 30 35 50 50 60 100 100 160 200 250 325 325 400

Type DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 100 DM 160 DM 160 DM 160 DM 250 DM 250 DM 400 DM 400 DM 400

I mag (A) 360 420 600 600 720 1200 1200 1920 2400 3000 3900 3900 4800

MCCB Selection Basis: I mag (A) > 18 x I line (A) to avoid nuisance tripping during open transition Star - Delta conversion.

Selection Chart: Fuseless Protection for DOL Starter Feeders (with MPCB)
Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 0.125 0.16 0.2 0.25 0.33 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 1.75 2 2.5 3 4 5 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 17.5 20 25 30 35 45 Motor Rating: 3, 415V, 50Hz kW 0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.37 0.55 0.75 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.25 3 3.7 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 13 15 18.6 22.5 26 33.5 FLC, In (A) 0.4 0.45 0.57 0.75 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.1 2.7 3 3.5 4.8 5 6.4 7.9 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 24 29 35 40 47 60 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 18 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX40 MNX 40 MNX 45 MNX 70 MNX 80 Contactor Type Type MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MPCB

Rating 0.25 - 0.4 0.4 - 0.63 0.4 - 0.63 0.63 - 1 0.63 - 1 1 - 1.6 1 - 1.6 1.6 - 2.5 2.5 - 4 2.5 - 4 2.5 - 4 4 - 6.3 4 - 6.3 6.3 - 10 6.3 - 10 6.3 - 10 9 - 13 11 - 16 14 - 20 19 - 25 19 - 25 24 - 32 28 - 40 28 - 40 35 - 50 45 - 63

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Selection Chart: Fuseless Protection for DOL Starter Feeders (with MPCB)
Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 0.125 0.16 0.2 0.25 0.33 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 1.75 2 2.5 3 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 17.5 20 25 30 35 40 45 Motor Rating: 3, 415V, 50Hz kW 0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.37 0.55 0.75 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.25 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 13 15 18.6 22.5 26 30 33.5 FLC, In (A) 0.4 0.45 0.57 0.75 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.1 2.7 3 3.5 4.8 5 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 24 29 35 40 47 55 60 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 9 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 12 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 25 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 32 MNX 40 MNX 45 MNX 45 MNX 70 MNX 70 MNX 70 Contactor Type Overload Relay MPCB

Type MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 2 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5 MN 5

Range (A) 0.3 - 0.5 0.3 - 0.5 0.45 - 0.75 0.6 - 1 0.6 - 1 0.9 - 1.5 1.4 - 2.3 1.4 - 2.3 2 - 3.3 2 - 3.3 3-5 3-5 4.5 - 7.5 9 - 15 9 - 15 9 - 15 14 - 23 14 - 23 20 - 33 20 - 33 30 - 50 30 - 50 30 - 50 45 - 75 45 - 75

Type MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H1M MOG-H2M MOG-H2M MOG-H2M MOG-H2M MOG-H2M

Rating 0.4 0.63 0.63 1 1 1.6 1.6 2.5 4 4 4 6.3 6.3 10 13 16 25 25 25 32 40 40 50 63 63

Selection Chart: Fuseless Protection for DOL Starter Feeders (with MPCB)
Type '2' Co-ordination, Iq=50kA at 415V, 3, 50Hz as per IS/IEC 60947-4-1 standards
Sr. Nos. Motor Rating: 3, 415V, 50Hz Contactor Type Type MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 9 MO 12 MO 12 MO 18 MO 25 MO 25 MO 32 MO 32 MO 40 MO 40 MO 50 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-S1 / MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H1 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MOG-H2 MPCB

hp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 0.125 0.16 0.2 0.25 0.33 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 1.75 2 2.5 3 4 5 5.5 6 7.5 10 12.5 15 17.5 20 25 30 35

kW 0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.37 0.55 0.75 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.25 3 3.7 4 4.5 5.5 7.5 9.3 11 13 15 18.6 22.5 26

FLC, In (A) 0.4 0.45 0.57 0.75 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.1 2.7 3 3.5 4.8 5 6.4 7.9 8.5 9 11.2 14.8 19 22 24 29 35 40 47

Rating 0.4 - 0.63 0.4 - 0.63 0.63 - 1 0.63 - 1 1 - 1.6 1 - 1.6 1.6 - 2.5 1.6 - 2.5 2.5 - 4 2.5 - 4 4 - 6.3 4 - 6.3 4 - 6.3 6.3 - 10 6.3 - 10 6.3 - 10 9 - 13 11 - 16 14 - 20 19 - 25 24 - 32 24 - 32 28 - 40 35 - 50 35 - 50 45 - 63

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