The Models 460-14 and 460-15 are designed to protect 3-phase loads from damaging power conditions. Its wide operating range, combined with UL, cUL and CE compliance, enables quick access to domestic and global markets.
Model 460-14, 460-15 & 460-575-14
A unique microcontroller-based voltage and phase-sensing circuit constantly monitors the 3-phase voltages to detect harmful power line conditions.When a harmful condition is detected, the MotorSaver's output relay is deactivated after a specified trip delay. The output relay reactivates after power line conditions return to an acceptable level for a specified amount of time (restart delay). The trip and restart delays prevent nuisance tripping due to rapidly fluctuating power line conditions.
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The Models 460-14 and 460-15 automatically sense whether they are connected to a 190-240V 60Hz system, a 440-480V 60Hz system, or a 380-416V 50Hz system. An adjustment is provided to set the nominal line voltage from 190-240 or 380-480VAC. Motor control is accomplished with one NO contactor and one NC contactor (Model 460-14) or two NO contactors (Model 460-15). Other adjustments include a 1-30 second trip delay, a 1-500 second restart delay, and a 2-8% voltage unbalance trip point adjustment.
- Isolated output contacts:
- 1 NO and 1 NC (460-14)
- 2 NO (460-15)
- 1-500 sec. variable restart delay
- 2-8% variable voltage unbalance
- 1-30 sec. variable trip delay
- 8 amp general purpose contacts
- Optional manual reset
- Compact design
- UL and cUL listed
- CE compliant
- Finger-safe terminals
- 5-year warranty
- Made in USA
- Surface or DIN rail mountable
The MotorSaver Model 460-575-14 voltage monitor is designed to protect 3-phase, 475-600VAC, 50/60Hz motors - regardless of size. It protects against damage caused by single-phasing, low voltage, high voltage, phase reversal, and voltage unbalance. The isolated output contacts allow separate power sources to be used for control circuits.
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