ABB Low Voltage
Featuring AF technology as standard, the latest range of ABB's contactors establishes a new industry benchmark. The electronically controlled coil offers multiple benefits over conventional alternatives, and together with ABB's wide product offering - an optimal configuration, every time.
Across the Line
The contactor and motor protection range from ABB is compatible with all major national and international standards and is available worldwide via a global distribution network. One contactor coil now handles 100 V - 250 V, AC/DC for use in Europe or Asia as well as North America.
With its contactor and motor protection range, ABB has managed to reduce the number of contactor coils to just four.
The total number of product variants has been reduced by up to 90%. This simplifies the customers' logistics and cuts administration costs.
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In Low Voltage industrial installations, capacitors are mainly used for reactive energy correction (raising the power factor).
When these capacitors are energized, overcurrents of high amplitude and high frequencies (3 to 15 kHz) occur during the transient period (1 to 2 ms).
The amplitude of these current peaks, also known as "inrush current peaks", depends on the following factors.
The network inductances.
The transformer power and short-circuit voltage.
The type of power factor correction.
The presence of harmonics and the network's voltage tolerance lead to a current, estimated to be 1.3 times the nominal current ln of the capacitor, permanently circulating in the circuit.
Type DP contactors provide high performance with flexibility and reliability, designed to match numerous applications.
ABB has additionally performed definite purpose testing for air conditioning (h.r.c.) applications with AF and AS/ASL series contactors.
Please contact Technical Support regarding the use of these devices for applications 20-900 FLA, 80-5600 LRA.
Industry standard mounting plate provides easily accessible mounting holes.
Coil terminals are provided with #6-32 screws and (1) .250 quick connect or dual .250 quick connect terminals
Dynamic Braking/DC Drive
Drive contactors are specifically designed for use with solid state D.C. adjustable speed drive systems.
In drive applications, the contactor is not required to make or break the load during normal operation.
The N.C. contact is used for dynamic braking applications. EHDB contactors are provided less terminal lugs.
Additionally, EHDB contactors carry elevator service ratings.
1 N.O. & 1 N.C. auxiliary contacts are standard and up to six additional auxiliary contacts may be added to provide a total of 8 (4 N.O. & 4 N.C.)
EHDB 220, 280 & 360 contactors have withdrawable coils
A9 to A300 Lighting
The A-Line lighting contactors are available with or without an enclosure.
Lighting contactors can be used to control a variety of lighting loads.
Tungsten filament lighting loads (incandescent), iodine lamps, quartz-iodine and infrared lamps
Electric discharge lighting loads (ballast), high intensity discharge (HID), mercury vapor, metal halide and high pressure sodium and fluorescent lamps
Maximum operating voltage of 600VAC 60Hz
Includes 3, 4, 8 or 12 pole versions, other versions on request
Can be mounted onto a mounting plate or a 35 X 7.5mm DIN rail
Type TBC, TAL, TAE & TNL Ring-Tongue Termination
Rolling stock applications necessitate compliance to national and international standards tailored to railway environments.
In order to improve reliability and durability, most railway applications employ specific connection methods, such as ring-tongue termination.
Coil surge suppression is also popular among rail applications.
ABB's AF Series contactors are equipped with integral surge suppression in the form of a free-wheel diode, eliminating the need for additional accessories.
AF Series devices are also immune to short time voltage interruption (or voltage dips) up to 20 ms.
Control networks typically utilizing DC (battery source) with wide voltage ranges: 0.7 Uc to 1.25 Uc (Operating limits included as Uc)
Type GA/E GAF AF DC Circuit Switching
The new GAF range contactors are the latest addition to ABB's well established A/AF range.
This further extends our offering of contactors for DC switching at voltages up to 1000 V DC.
The GAF contactors utilize all the well known features of the existing A/AF range such as modern and compact design.
In addition all the benefits from the AF coil technology and reliability of a proven contactor design.
These contactors are rated for DC-1 or DC general purpose applications according to IEC 1000V DC or cULus 600V DC.
The new GAF contactors share the external dimensions of its corresponding standard AF contactor.
50 to 5000 A Bar Mounted
R contactors with variable number of poles and their variants (contactors with N.C. + N.O. poles, couplers) are used for controlling power circuits up to 1000 V AC or 1500 V DC.
They are designed with common standard components.
With the combination of these elements and the adaptation possibilities, special versions can be provided.
Designed for long-lasting operation and demanding applications, the ABB R contactors are used for many applications all over the world.
Extremely versatile and easily accessible for maintenance
Large contactors are used in many different applications and for different utilization categories.
ABB is now introducing one step higher ratings with the new AF2050 especially designed for wind turbine generator control and large generator sets.
The AF2050 contactor is a 2100 A contactor specially designed for AC-1 application requirements with the same features as the existing Large AF Contactors, AF400-AF1650.
The AF2050 contactor can be used to provide reliable grid connections even in locations with unstable networks and uncertain load conditions.
ABB welding isolation contactors are suited to the rugged demands set forth by the automotive industry and are specifically designed for use in high current welding applications.
ABB is the leading contactor supplier for automotive welding applications.
Unique contact design assures reliable and safe operation during high current welding cycles
1 N.O. & 1 N.C. auxiliary contacts are standard and up to 6 additional auxiliary contacts may be added to provide a total
Easy front removal of arc chute for quick inspection and change of contacts
Operates over an extended voltage range of 85% to 110% of rated control voltage
B Miniature Non-Reversing, Mechanically Interlocked, 3-Pole
ABB miniature contactors, Type B6 and B7, are designed for commercial and light industrial applications where panel space is at a premium.
The mechanical interlock between the two contactors mechanically prevents switch-on of one contactor for as long as the other contactor is still on and vice versa.
If reversing contactors are switched over too quickly, this involves the risk of a phase-to-phase short-circuit.
Full voltage non-reversing & reversing contactors & starters
High temperature version -25 to +55°C (up to 80°C on request)
Flat pin & Solder pin connections
Type E & EF Electronic Overload Relays
An alternative to conventional bimetallic overload protection, electronic overload relays offer magnetic trip functionality for reliable protection for motors in the event of overload or phase failure.
Simple to use and apply, the electronic overload relay is valued for its wide setting range, high accuracy, high operational temperature range and selectable trip classes (10E, 20E, 30E).
Direct contactor mounting up to 320 A
Class 10E, 20E, 30E selectable
RESET, TEST, and STOP functions
Motor applications up to 1250 A
Flexible overload protection
Type T, TF & TA Thermal Overload Relays
Thermal overload relays are electromechanical protection devices for the power circuit.
They offer reliable protection for motors in the event of overload or phase failure.
The thermal overload relays are three pole relays with bimetal tripping elements.
The motor current flows through the bimetal tripping elements and heats them directly and indirectly.
In case of an overload (over current), the bimetal elements bend as a result of the heating.
This leads to a release of the relay and a change of the contacts switching position (95-96 / 97-98).
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TURCK's MK13-UNF-Ex0/24VDC and MK13-UPF-Ex0/24VDC are single channel switching amplifiers with intrinsically safe input circuits. They are used to isolate and transfer discrete signals from a hazardous location to a non-hazardous location. Inputs are typically NAMUR sensors or dry contacts, although devices providing a variable resistance conforming to DIN 19234 may be used - e.g. variable resistors, thermistors, etc.
The Fill-Level Control Mode provides the switching logic required for fill-level, web tensioning control, and similar applications. In this mode, the output energizes when the target reaches the first sensing window limit, and stays energized until the target moves to the second limit. The output then de-energizes at the second limit anddoes not re-energize until the target moves, again, to the first limit.