Main range of productNSX400...630 product or component typeControl unit range compatibilityCompact NSX400Compact NSX630 device applicationDistributionGenerator poles description3P protected poles description3t network typeAC network frequency50/60 Hz trip unit nameMicrologic 5.3 A trip unit technologyElectronic trip unit protection functionsLSI trip unit rating400 A 40 °C protection typeOverload protection (long time) LInstantaneous short-circuit protection IShort time short-circuit protection S Complementary mounting modeFixed [Ue] rated operational voltage690 V AC 50/60 Hz long time pick-up adjustment type IrAdjustable long time pick-up adjustment range160...400 A long time delay adjustment typeAdjustable [tr] long-time delay adjustment range15...400 s at 1.5 x Ir0.35...11 s at 7.2 x Ir0.5...16 s at 6 x Ir thermal memory20 minutes before and after tripping short-time pick-up adjustment type IsdAdjustable [Isd] short-time pick-up adjustment range1.5...10 x Ir short-time delay adjustment typeAdjustable [tsd] short-time delay adjustment range0...0.4 s [tsd] short-time delay adjustment range0.1...0.4 s I²t=on0...0.4 s I²t=off instantaneous pick-up adjustment type IiAdjustable instantaneous pick-up adjustment range1.5...11 x In Compact NSX6301.5...12 x In Compact NSX400 zone selective interlocking ZSIWith communication of dataDemand current and powerEnergy meteringInstantaneous and demand valuesMaintenance indicatorsMaximeters/minimetersPower qualityProtection and alarm settingsTime-stamped histories and event tables display typeLCD display type of measurementAmmeter electrical data recordingMaintenance indicators Environment standardsEN/IEC 60947-2UL 508 product certificationsCCCMarineEAC IP degree of protectionIP40 conforming to IEC 60529 pollution degree3 conforming to IEC 60529 ambient air temperature for operation-25...70 °C ambient air temperature for storage-40...85 °C Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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