Auxiliary Contact OF SD SDE SDV for CNSX CNSV CNS CNSD CNT CNW

Auxiliary Contact OF SD SDE SDV for CNSX CNSV CNS CNSD CNT CNW
Auxiliary Contact OF SD SDE SDV for CNSX CNSV CNS CNSD CNT CNW

Functions

Breaker-status indications, during normal operation or after a fault
A single type of contact provides all the different indication functions:

1.OF (ON/OFF) indicates the position of the circuit breaker contacts
2.SD (trip indication) indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:

  • an overload
  • a short-circuit
  • an earth fault (Vigi) or a ground fault (MicroLogic 6)
  • operation of a voltage release
  • operation of the "push to trip" button
  • disconnection when the device is ON.

The SD contact returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset.

1.SDE (fault-trip indication) indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to:

  • an overload
  • a short-circuit
  • an earth fault (Vigi) or a ground fault (MicroLogic 6). 

The SD contact returns to de-energised state when the circuit breaker is reset

  • SDV indicates that the circuit breaker has tripped due to an earth fault. It returns to de-energised state when the Vigi add-on is reset.

All the above auxiliary contacts are also available in "low-level" versions capable of switching very low loads (e.g. for the control of PLCs or electronic circuits).

Installation

OF, SD, SDE and SDV functions: a single type of contact provides all these different indication functions, depending on where it is inserted in the device. The contacts clip into slots behind the front cover of the circuit breaker (or the Vigi add-on for the SDV function).

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