Main product nameUA product or component typeControl unit Complementary [Us] rated supply voltage110 V AC at 50/60 Hz operating modeStop (both normal and replacement source off)Automatic operationForced operation on replacement sourceForced operation on normal source interlocked deviceMasterpact NTCompact NS100...630Compact NS630b...1600Masterpact NW selection modesCircuit breaker on NCircuit breaker on R genset exerciserStartup controlAdjustable delayed shutdown test functionBy pressing the test button on the front of the controller complementary functionVoluntary transfer to replacement source (e.g. energy management commands)Setting of maximum startup time for the replacement sourceAdditional contact: transfer to replacement source only if contact is closedForced normal source if replacement source not operational during peak-tariffSelection of type of normal source (single-phase or three-phase) local signallingOnFault tripOff input typeContacts customer voluntary order to transfer to source R output typeContacts customer: indication of operation in automatic or stop mode [Ith] conventional free air thermal current8 A [Ie] rated operational currentAC-12: 4 A AC 440 VAC-12: 5 A AC 380/415 VDC-13: 2 A 24 V Environment standardsIEC 947-5-1 IP degree of protectionIP20 connectors: conforming to EN 60529IP40 front: conforming to EN 60529IP30 side: conforming to EN 60529 IK degree of protectionFront: IK07 conforming to EN 50102 Offer Sustainability REACh Regulation EU RoHS DirectiveCompliant
EU RoHS Declaration
Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
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Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
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