• 1p-Transient-Surge-Absorber

    3PY-240

    Transient/Surge Absorber
    3-Phase, 4-Wire

    Transient/Surge Absorbers (TSAs) provide system designers with a cost effective method of protecting sensitive electrical and electronic equipment from damage caused by switching transients, coil and motor backlash, and near miss lightning strikes. There are 3 models available: single-phase (1P), 3-phase delta 3-wire (3PD), or 3-phase wye 4-wire (3PY). Each model is available to cover nominal AC voltages of 120, 208, 240 and 480. TSAs are designed using a ceramic and metal oxide technique which causes the resistance of the device to decrease abruptly if the rated voltage is exceeded. Voltage ranges are achieved by varying the types of oxide used in each model. Resistance changes are very fast, requiring less than 50 nanoseconds after the threshold voltage is exceeded. All models can repeatedly absorb in excess of 24,000 watt spikes without damage.

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  • 1p-Transient-Surge-Absorber

    3PY-480

    Transient/Surge Absorber
    3-Phase, 4-Wire

    Transient/Surge Absorbers (TSAs) provide system designers with a cost effective method of protecting sensitive electrical and electronic equipment from damage caused by switching transients, coil and motor backlash, and near miss lightning strikes. There are 3 models available: single-phase (1P), 3-phase delta 3-wire (3PD), or 3-phase wye 4-wire (3PY). Each model is available to cover nominal AC voltages of 120, 208, 240 and 480. TSAs are designed using a ceramic and metal oxide technique which causes the resistance of the device to decrease abruptly if the rated voltage is exceeded. Voltage ranges are achieved by varying the types of oxide used in each model. Resistance changes are very fast, requiring less than 50 nanoseconds after the threshold voltage is exceeded. All models can repeatedly absorb in excess of 24,000 watt spikes without damage.

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  • 410-Auto-Charged-Capacitor-Trip-Device

    410-120

    Auto-Charged Capacitor Trip Device
    120 VAC

    The Model 410 Auto-Charged Capacitor Trip Device is a high-speed capacitor-type circuit breaker tripping unit. It differs from the conventional capacitor trip device in that it has a self-contained standby power source, which is capable of maintaining full operating voltage for several days. This device is primarily for use with circuit breakers which require some form of AC power for their closing operation: i. e. , circuit breakers having either a stored energy closing mechanism with an AC-operated release coil, or an AC solenoid-operated closing mechanism. There are no field adjustments required. The Model 410 has a cover-actuated safety switch, which discharges the capacitor and disconnects the primary source when the cover is removed. The Model 410 can be tripped manually, or by means of a voltage-sensing or phase loss monitor. Versions are available for 120 VAC or 240 VAC operations.

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  • 410-Auto-Charged-Capacitor-Trip-Device

    410-230

    Auto-Charged Capacitor Trip Device
    230 VAC

    The Model 410 Auto-Charged Capacitor Trip Device is a high-speed capacitor-type circuit breaker tripping unit. It differs from the conventional capacitor trip device in that it has a self-contained standby power source, which is capable of maintaining full operating voltage for several days. This device is primarily for use with circuit breakers which require some form of AC power for their closing operation: i. e. , circuit breakers having either a stored energy closing mechanism with an AC-operated release coil, or an AC solenoid-operated closing mechanism. There are no field adjustments required. The Model 410 has a cover-actuated safety switch, which discharges the capacitor and disconnects the primary source when the cover is removed. The Model 410 can be tripped manually, or by means of a voltage-sensing or phase loss monitor. Versions are available for 120 VAC or 240 VAC operations.

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  • 412-Automatic-Reverse-Controller

    412

    Automatic Reverse Controller

    The 412 Automatic Reverse Controller is a current sensor designed to detect jamming of sewage grinders and to initiate the reversing of the grinder. The controller allows the selection of up to five forward/reverse cycles, and provides for an alarm output, if the number of cycles is exceeded. The current loop inputs are designed for direct connection of 10 amps at 240 VAC, or 5 amps at 480 VAC (up to 2hp motors). For higher currents, a current transformer must be used (the CT secondaries are connected to the 5 amp terminals, regardless of voltage). A manual push-button is used to simulate an over current condition and to test the relay contacts and alarm. A current level adjustment is used to optimize the trip point setting. LED indicators show the running direction of the motor and the alarm condition.

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  • 421-Over-Under-Motor-Load-Monitor

    421

    Over/Under Motor Load Monitor

    The Model 421 detects an overload or under-load condition on all types of running motors; conveyor motors, elevator motors, mixer motors, submersible pumps, suction pumps, etc. The monitor detects the actual power used (voltage x current x power factor) and is more sensitive than simple current monitors. The Model 421 can be used with single-phase motors, or using the Model 276C Current Transducer, with three-phase motors. Matching CTs allow the Model 421 to be used with virtually any size of motor. Trip and restart delays are provided; one or both can be turned on or off.

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  • 64-5-Power-Factor-Regulator

    64-5

    Power Factor Regulator

    The Model 64-5 Power Factor Regulator is a monitoring and power factor control system. It is designed to help obtain an improved power factor, with a minimum of added capacitors. This device uses a unique phase-angle sensing circuit to monitor the power factor of a 3-phase power line. The Model 64-5 automatically responds to changing power factor by closing or opening the internal relays, which add or subtract capacitor banks on the line. Although intended for 115VAC 60Hz systems, other voltage or frequency models may be available.

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  • 640-Power-Factor-Regulator

    640

    Power Factor Regulator

    The Model 640 Power Factor Regulator is a monitoring and control factor correction system. It was designed to help obtain an improved power factor, with a minimum of added capacitors. This device uses a unique phase-angle sensing circuit to monitor the power factor of a 3-phase power line. The Model 640 automatically responds to changing power factor by closing or opening the internal relays, which add or subtract capacitor banks on the line.

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  • 650-Loop-Power-Supply

    650

    Loop Power Supply

    The Model 650 Loop Power Supply provides DC power for instrumentation control modules. Each option provides three output selections. For example the Model 650-240-24 has output options of 24 VDC regulated, 32 VDC unregulated, and 60 Hz pulse at 46 peak volts (See datasheet for all output selections).

    All outputs for the Model 650 are floating, electrically isolated from ground. A power status indicator (LED) is located on the top of the unit. The POWER LED comes ON when power is applied.

    Applications for this device include two-wire current loop transducers, such as pressure, voltage or current. The Model 650 may also be used with alarm indicators, meters and timers.

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  • 652-Loop-Power-Supply

    652

    Loop Power Supply

    The Model 652 Loop Power Supply provides DC power for instrumentation control modules. Each option provides three output selections. For example, the Model 652-12 has output options of 12 VDC regulated, 16 VDC unregulated, and 5 VDC regulated.

    All outputs for the Model 652 are floating, electrically isolated from ground. A power status indicator (LED) is located on the top of the unit. The POWER LED turns ON when power is applied.

    Applications include two-wire current loop transducers, such as pressure, voltage or current. The Model 652 may also be used with alarms indicators, meters and timers.

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  • 660-Trip-Control

    660

    Trip Control

    The Model 660 Trip Control, part of the 600 series line of instrumentation controls, is designed to monitor and maintain a set level on a measurable variable, such as liquid level, temperature, pressure, flow, etc. A user-provided 4-20mA current loop represents the measurable application. Two trip points, the rising setpoint, and the falling setpoint are field adjustable. They are set by calibrating the DEAD BAND and TRIP adjustments. If the input is between the two setpoints, the relays are de-energized. If the input goes above the rising setpoint, the RISING TRIP relay energizes to provide a tripped condition. This tripped condition willautomatically reset when the input falls back below the setpoint. If the input falls below the falling setpoint the FALLING TRIP relay energizes to provide a tripped condition. The tripped condition resets when the input rises back above the setpoint. The Model 660 has top-mounted LEDs for status indication. Individual RISING TRIP or FALLING TRIP LEDs turn ON in a tripped condition. The INPUT LOOP ERROR LED turns ON if the input is outside the 4-20mA range. A Time Mark Model 650 Loop Power Supply (or equivalent) is required to provide DC operating voltage. A Time Mark Model 672-15 Pressure Transducer (or equivalent) is required to provide the input signal.

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  • 661-Alarm-Control

    661

    Alarm Control

    The Model 661 Alarm Control, part of the 600 series line of instrumentation controls, is designed to monitor and maintain measurable applications such as liquid levels, temperature, pressure, flow, etc. A user-provided 4-20mA current loop represents the measurable application, and output connections are provided for signal alarms. Two setpoints, the HIGH ADJUST, and the LOW ADJUST, are field adjustable. If the input is between the two setpoints, the relays are energized. If the input is above the high setpoint, the HIGH ALARM relay de-energizes to provide a tripped condition. This tripped condition will automatically reset when the input falls back below the setpoint. If the input falls below the low setpoint the LOW ALARM relay de-energizes. The tripped condition resets when the input rises back above the setpoint.

    The Model 661 is equipped with top-mounted LEDs for trip status indication. A HIGH ALARM or LOW ALARM LED turns OFF in a tripped condition. The INPUT LOOP ERROR LED turns ON if the input is outside the 4-20mA range. A Time Mark Model 650 Loop Power Supply (or equivalent) is required to provide DC operating voltage. A Time Mark Model 672-15 Pressure Transducer (or equivalent) is required to provide the input signal.

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