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209/219/229/249/279 SERIES
HYDRAULIC MAGNETIC CIRCUIT PROTECTORS
Introduction
Terminal Style
The 209, E-Frame circuit breaker combines power switching with accurate, reliable circuit protection in a compact single or multipole unit. The unit is
ideal for branch circuit applications such as EDP, air conditioners, panel boards and lighting controls.
The 209 is actually a family of circuit breakers available in one through six pole assemblies with a variety of configurations and terminal styles to
meet your application needs. First in this family is the 209, a general purpose E-Frame circuit breaker which complies with UL Standard 489. Other
members of the family include the 219, for manual controller applications, which complies to UL Standard 508, the 229, for supplementary protectors
applications, which complies to UL Standard 1077, and the 299, a Special Construction version.
209 E-Frame circuit breakers may be specified with either screw terminals, stud or
solderless connectors.
A choice of front or back connected terminal styles is available. The back connected
terminal style is available with stud terminals only. Front terminal style is available with
either screw terminals or solderless connectors.
Refer to Sixth Decision Table for front connected terminal information.
Barriers for back connected terminal styles are supplied on multi-pole units only. Line
and load connections may be made to either terminal and terminals will be identified as
shown on the following page.
Utilizing the hydraulic-magnetic principle, the 209 family adapts itself
to local applications and environments. Temperature conditions, which
affect fuses and other thermal devices, are not a concern. The magnetic
/ampere turn principle minimizes nuisance tripping due to temperature
variations.
Inrush currents, due to ferroresonant transformers, lamps and capacitive
filters, are now becoming more significant. Recognizing the need for this
type of protection, Airpax offers the unique inertial delay which is standard
for all 50/60Hz time delay units, but may be deleted where inrush is not a
problem. No extra cost or special order is required.
The 209 family of circuit breakers withstands high pulses without tripping
or affecting normal delay curves. This performance, however, does not
derate or sacrifice protection.
209/219/229 MAGNETIC CIRCUIT PROTECTORS
DIMENSION A
Number of Poles Dimensions “A”
11.026 ± .010 [26.06 ± 3.30]
22.072 [52.63] Max
33.108 [78.94] Max
44.144 [105.26] Max
55.180 [131.57] Max
66.216 [157.89] Max
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.200
[5.08]
.220
[5.59]
4.844
[123.04]
3.0 MM ISO THD. OPTIONAL
[7.87]
.310 MAX. SCREW DEPTH
[4.06]
.160 MIN. SCREW DEPTH
2X 6-32 MTG. INSERT
1.375
[34.92]
2.750
[69.85]
.530
[13.46]
A
.562
[14.27]
1.125
[28.58]
.700
[17.78]
MAX. .220
[5.59]
.125
[3.18]
1.220
[30.99]
2.610
[66.29]
.485
[12.32]
-.005
+.015
2.250 +0.38
[57.15]
2.375
[60.32]
2.156
[54.76]
[120.65]
4.750
5.800
[147.32]
-0.13
35…
35…
2.750
[69.85]
1.375
[34.92]
A
3.0 MM ISO THD. OPTIONAL
[7.87]
.310 MAX. SCREW DEPTH
[4.06]
.160 MIN. SCREW DEPTH
2X 6-32 MTG. INSERT
.750 –.062 [19.05 –1.57] LONG
1/4-20 STUDS
51-100 AMPS
.625 –.062 [15.88 –1.57] LONG
10-32 STUDS
0-50 AMPS
2.610
[66.29]
.220
[5.59]
.700
[17.78]
MAX.
2.156
[54.76]
4.750
[120.65]
5.125
[130.18]
-.005
+.015
2.250
-0.13
+0.38
[57.15]
1.125
[28.58] 3.550
[90.17]
3.550
[90.17]
249 POWER SELECTOR BREAKER SYSTEM
The 249 Power Selector Breaker System combines magnetic-hydraulic branch circuit
overload protection and a power system selector switch in one device.
The 249 is designed to allow selection of any one of two, three or four independent
power systems. This is accomplished with fool-proof sliding-gate handle covers.
The number of sliding covers is one less than the number of power systems. With
this arrangement, it is impossible to switch “ON” more than one power system at
a time.
Since the 249 Power Selector Breaker System is listed as a Branch Circuit Breaker
per UL 489 and power switching is accomplished by UL listed breakers, it is usually
not necessary to include additional branch service protection.
Standard options available include terminals for front or back connections, choice
of trip time delay, current ratings to 100 amperes and single or multi-pole sections.
Trip Time Delay
Three inverse time delays are available to permit close coordination with various
loads. Delays 51 and 61 are short delays for electronic loads. Delays 52 and 62 are
medium delays for mixed loads. Delays 53 and 63 are long delays for motor loads.
Current and Voltage Ratings
Single pole and multi-pole breaker ratings are available up to 100 amperes, 240Vac
or 125Vdc. The special configuration for Marine use has a 120V/240Vac rating for
current rating up to 100 amperes.
Master Drawing
Standard circuit breaker terminal and configurations are shown. For other types,
consult factory.
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1.375
[34.92]
2.156
[54.76]
4.750
[120.65]
.485
[12.32]
5.800
[147.32]
-.005
+.015
-0.13
+0.38
1.125
[28.58]
.530
[13.46]
.562
[14.27]
2.610
[66.29]
.800
[20.32]
MAX.
2.250
[57.15]
1.220
[30.99] .125
[3.18]
2.750
[69.85]
6-32 MTG. Insert
.160 [4.06] MIN. screw depth
.310 [7.87] MAX. screw depth
(TYP)
Width
1.026
[26.06]
(TYP.)
4.844
[123.04]
2.375
[60.32]
4X MTG. SLOT
Clearance for
8-32 Screw
(TYP.)
.220
[5.59]
.200 (TYP. )
[5.08]
(SEE TABLE)
2.610
[66.29]
2.156
[54.76]
4.750
[120.65]
(REF)
5.125
[130.18]
3.550
[90.17]
3.550
[90.17]
.375
[9.53]
.750
[19.05]
.390
[9.91
209/219/229/279
249 Master Drawing
DIMENSIONS
Number of Poles Width
99.324 [236.83] Max
88.288 [210.52] Max
66.216 [157.89] Max
44.144 [105.26] Max
22.072 [52.63] Max
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209/219/229 MULTI-POLE CIRCUIT PROTECTORS
Common-Trip Construction
All multi-pole protectors contain an internal trip bar which opens all poles in the
event of an overload in any pole. Handles are ganged externally for simultaneous
actuation.
Individual poles may differ in ratings, delays and configurations, providing an almost
limitless number of combinations.
Multi-pole protectors (up to 6 poles) easily satisfy special modern day circuitry.
Series, shunt, relay and auxiliary switch construction add to the versatility of
design engineering. Airpax’s sales engineering force is ready to assist in proper unit
selection, both for equipment protection and economical design.
Three Phase, Four Pole Includes Control Protector
Remote shutdown of equipment is sometimes necessary or desirable in today’s
sophisticated equipment. The 219 four pole assembly fills this need for three
phase operation. Three of the four poles are designed for the circuit’s proper
operating current and over-current protection. The fourth pole may be designed for
instantaneous tripping by logic circuitry, interlocks or from a manual remote site
or control. The control power required would be quite low, with voltages from 5
to 125Vdc, or 5 to 240Vac available. The fourth pole construction is optional. It
may be either series, shunt or relay, depending on the application required. When
specifying, both the minimum trip voltage and Hz are required. Factory consultation
is readily available.
.530
[13.46]
3.0 MM ISO THD. OPTIONAL
[7.87]
.310 MAX. SCREW DEPTH
[4.06]
.160 MIN. SCREW DEPTH
4X 6-32 MTG. INSERT
1.375
[34.93]
2.750
[69.85]
2.072
(52.63)
MAX.
.562
[14.27]
2.375
[60.32]
2.156
[54.76]
[120.65]
4.750
.485
[12.32]
5.800
[147.32]
.700
[17.78]
MAX. .220
[5.59]
.125
[3.18]
1.220
[30.99]
2.610
[66.29]
-.005
+.015
2.250
-0.13
+0.38
[57.15]
1.125
[28.58]
.200
[5.08]
1.026
[26.06]
.220
[5.59]
4.844
[123.04]
2X MTG. SLOT
CLEARANCE FOR
8-32 SCREW
.390
[9.91]
SCALE: 3/1 SCALE: 3/1
[3.68]
.145
See available
mounting brackets
below
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DIMENSIONS
Number of Poles Width
11.026 ± .010 [26.06 ± .254]
22.072 [52.63] Max
33.108 [78.94] Max
44.144 [105.26] Max
55.180 [131.57] Max
66.216 [157.89] Max
Note: Tolerance ± .015 [.38] unless noted. Dimensions in brackets [ ] are millimeters
Caution: Elongation of mounting holes may be necessary for units with more than 6 poles and units up to 12 poles due to tolerance compounding
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229D (MARINE) & 279 (COMMUNICATION)
209/219/229 CONFIGURATIONS
UL-1500 Ignition Protection
The 229D family is certified to UL-1500 which covers Ignition Protected circuit protectors. This specification requires devices to be used in accordance
with the requirements of U.S. Coast Guard and Fire Protection Standard for Pleasure and Commercial Motor Craft, ANSI/ MFPA No. 302.
The ratings available are 100 amperes or less at 65Vdc or 240Vac. Maximum IC, 1000 amperes. Consult factory for application details. The 299D series
is available with interlocking to prevent on board and shore power being used simultaneously.
Combination of ON-OFF switching the protection function offers a simplified solution for your electrical systems.
UL 489A Communications Equipment Protection
The 279 Series complies with the requirements of UL 489A, Circuit Breakers for use in Communication Equipment, meeting the need for protection
at higher DC voltages. The available ratings are 100 amperes or less at 160Vdc. Maximum short circuit interrupting current is 5000 amperes. The 279
series available only in a series trip configuration.
Please consult Sensata for specific application details.
Series Trip
The most popular configuration for magnetic protectors is the series trip, where the sensing coil and contacts are in series with the load being
protected. The handle position conveniently indicates circuit status. In addition to providing conventional overcurrent protection, it’s simultaneously
used as an ON-OFF switch.
LOAD
LINE
.750
[19.05]
3.550
[90.17]
SEE NOTE A
NC
NO
C
PANEL.
MOUNTING
BACK OF
REF. FROM
[79.45]
3.128 MAX.
1.563
[39.70]
.750
[19.05]
3.550
[90.17]
.312
[7.92]
.187
[4.75]
.110
[2.79]
.295
[7.49]
-IREG4
-IREC4
-IREG5
-IREC5
Quick Connect Terminals
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219/229 CONFIGURATIONS
Relay Trip
This permits the overload sensing coil to be placed in a circuit which is
electrically isolated from the trip contacts. The coil may be actuated by
sensors monitoring pressure, flow, temperature, speed, etc. Other typical
applications include crowbar, interlock and emergency/rapid shutdown
circuitry. Trip may be accomplished by voltage or current, which must be
removed after trip.
Dual Coil
Providing for both a voltage trip and a current trip function in a magnetic
circuit protector is common practice. These two coil protectors provide
remote or automatic opening of one or more circuits with a low level
signal.
The voltage coil will trip the protector instantaneously while the current
coil provides normal inverse time delays. The voltage coil is not rated for
continuous duty and therefore, the voltage must be removed when the
breaker trips.
Since both coils are housed within the same pole, the space savings are
substantial.
This option is not available with 64, 65 or 66 delays.
Shunt Trip
The shunt trip is designed for controlling two separate loads with one
assembly. The control is established by providing overload protection for
the critical load. When the current through this load becomes excessive
and reaches the trip point, the protector will open and remove power
from both loads simultaneously. The total current rating of both loads
must not exceed the maximum contact rating.
Voltage Trip
Sometimes called “dump circuits” or “panic trip circuits,” these units
make it possible to open main power contacts with lower power inputs
from one or more sources. This configuration is becoming increasingly
more important for sensitive circuitry and denser packaging in
automation systems.
Available in series, shunt or relay configurations.
Note:
Tolerance ± .015 [.38] unless noted. Dimensions in brackets [ ] are millimeters.
A: 0-50 Amps, 10-32 Studs .625 ± .062 [15.88 ± .157 ] Long, 51-100 Amps,
1/4 - 20 Studs, .750 ± .062[19.05 ± .157 ] Long.
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OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
Inrush Pulse Tolerance
The table shown above provides a comparison of inrush pulse tolerance
with and without the inertial delay feature for each of the 50/60Hz
delays. Pulse tolerance is defined as a single pulse of half sine wave
peak current amplitude of 8 milliseconds duration that will not trip the
circuit breaker.
The table at right provides a reference guide for selecting the inertial
delay feature. Consult factory for further assistance.
PERCENTAGE OF RATED CURRENT VS TRIP TIME IN SECONDS AT +25°C
INRUSH PULSE TOLERANCE
Delay Pulse Tolerance
61, 62, 63 8 times rated current
64 minimum 20 times rated current
65 minimum 25 times rated current
66 minimum 30 times rated current
Note: These limits do not apply to dual coil and tapped coil units
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209/219/229 DELAY CURVES
50/60Hz Delay Curves (typ)
A choice of delays is offered for 50/60Hz applications.
Delay 61 is a short delay for general purpose applications. Delay 62 is
long enough to start certain types of motors and most transformer and
capacitor loads.
Delay 63 is a long delay for special motor applications.
Delays 64, 65 and 66 are the latest 50/60Hz delays with short, medium
and long trip times respectively. The patented breaker design provides
both increased tolerance to high inrush induced nuisance tripping and
longer trip times at 600 percent. These delays are ideally suited for
applications where thermal devices are presently used, such as motor
protection or where short duration, high inrush currents are experienced.
As shown in a typical motor start-up curve, the delay 66 will provide
locked rotor and overload protection. Nuisance tripping is avoided, since
acceptable short periods of overload will not trip the breaker.
All trip curves and trip currents are specified with the breaker mounted
in the normal vertical position at ambient temperature of +25°C. For test
and measurement purposes, the breakers should not carry current prior
to application of overload for calibration test. For other than vertical
mount position, consult factory.
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209/219/229/279 DELAY CURVES
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209/219/229 DELAY CURVES
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209/219/229 SPECIFICATIONS
Trip Free
Will trip open on overload, even when forcibly held on. This prevents
the operator from damaging the circuit by holding the handle in the ON
position.
Trip Indication
The operating handle moves positively to the OFF position on overload.
Environmental Specifications
Moisture and fungus resistance is provided by the use of moisture
resistant finishes. Special springs and treatment for all ferrous parts
eliminate inherent moisture-related problems. The use of fungi inert
cases and handles avoids fungus-related problems.
Current Ratings
209/219/229 may be supplied with these ratings: DC, 50/60Hz, 400Hz,
0.1 to 100 amperes. 279 types may be supplied with DC ratings only, 0.1
to 100 amperes.
Voltage Ratings
On 209/219/229, voltages up to and including 240Vac, 50/60Hz or
400Hz, or 125Vdc are available. Multi-pole units can be supplied for
277Vac/480Vac, 50/60Hz. 279 types are available with a voltage of
160Vdc. All units will be marked with the standard maximum voltage. UL
Listed breakers will be labeled with the UL listed voltage.
Auxiliary Switch Ratings
When supplied shall be S.P.D.T. configuration with a maximum rating of
10 amperes 250Vac.
Mounting Considerations
A three-inch spacing must be provided between the circuit breaker and
vent and any conductive surface. If closer than three inches is necessary,
then an insulator must be installed on the conductive surface.
Solderless Connectors
Connectors are rated AL9 CU. and accept either copper or aluminum
conductors. Units are suitable for use with both 60° and 75° wire.
Optional pressure plate for fine stranded wire is available. Contact
factory for details.
NOMINAL DCR / IMPEDANCE
APPROXIMATE CIRCUIT BREAKER WEIGHT
RECOMMENDED TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
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209/219/229/279 DECISION TABLES
How to Order
The ordering code for 209, E-Frame Circuit Breakers may be determined by following the steps in the decision tables shown here.
The coding given permits a self-assigning part number for standard configurations. Factory part numbers are assigned to units with mixed ratings,
combinations of styles or construction not listed in the Third Decision Table, etc. With these, it is suggested that order entry be by description and/ or
drawings, and a part number will be established.
Additionally, it is standard policy to establish a factory assigned part number whenever a descriptive drawing exists to insure cross reference,
traceability and manufacturing control.
When specifying a breaker for AC motor start or high inrush applications, the peak amplitude and surge duration should be specified for factory
assistance in rating selection. 209 is a UL listed circuit breakers under file no. E53739 per UL 489.
279 is a UL listed under file no. E192808 per UL 489A.
219 is a UL recognized “Manual Motor Controller” under file no. E41607 per UL 508.
229 is a UL recognized supplementary protector under file no. E66410 per UL 1077.
For example, the following is the code for a single pole breaker with series trip, 50/60Hz, medium inertial delay, 120/240Vac maximum voltage ratings,
solderless connector with mounting foot added to the line side of the breaker to facilitate back panel mounting and a current rating of 10.0 amperes.
To determine the ordering number of your particular 209 unit, simply follow the steps shown. You may use this number to place an order or as a
reference for further questions you may have.
Notes:
A. A 6-32 inserts for front mounting are provided on all units.
M3 ISO metric mounting inserts are available and are
specified by adding -A at the end of the ordering code above.
B. The auxiliary switch is located on the right-hand pole (viewed from
terminal end) unless specified otherwise. Auxiliary switches are available
on all front or back panel mounts (series construction only). If more than
one auxiliary switch is specified use “2R” through “6R” as required
C. Line terminals are 10-32 screws for bus connection to 100
amperes. Load terminals are 10-32 screws to 50 amperes
and solderless connectors from 50 to 100 amperes.
D. An anti-flashover barrier is supplied between poles on all multi-pole
versions with 10-32 stud and 1/4-20 stud terminals per UL requirement.
E. The standard current values for 100% of rated current are those
listed in the Seventh Decision Table. Non-listed values can be readily
supplied, in general without delayed delivery. Please contact an
Airpax office or sales representative.
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See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
V = VDE Approved
In the following tables, the shaded areas denote VDE Approval options. This approval requires the addition of a V at the end of the part number. The V will be added
to any part number formed entirely from shaded decisions. If non-shaded areas are selected, the unit will not be VDE Approved, but other approvals still apply.
See following charts.
Poles
Configurations
Type
Type
Configurations
Poles
Hz and Delay
Hz and Delay
Voltage and Current
Terminal Selection
Current Ratings
Optional
Approval
209 1 1 265 103 H V
209/219/229/279 DECISION TABLES (CONT.)
209* Magnetic Branch Circuit Breaker,
UL 489 Listed
219 Manual Motor Controller,
UL 508 Recognized
229 Supplementary Protector,
UL 1077 Recognized
279**
Magnetic Circuit Breakers for use in
Communication Equipment,
UL 489A Listed
229D Marine Ignition Protection,
UL 1500 Recognized
299 Special Construction, not UL
Listed or Recognized
*
**
UL 489 Listed units are rated to 125A maximum
UL 489A Listed units are rated to 160Vdc maximum
-0 Switch Only
-1 Series
-REC4 Auxiliary Switch* (std.),
110 quick connect
-REG4 Auxiliary switch*, 110 quick connect
-REC5 Auxiliary switch*, 187 quick connect
-3 Shunt (up to 50 amp only)**
-4 Relay (up to 50 amp only)**
*
**
Gold Contacts
Switch is located in the right hand pole
(viewed from terminal end), unless otherwise specified
Not available in 209 type.
-1 Single Pole Unit
-2 Two Pole Unit
-3 Three Pole Unit
-4 Four Pole Unit
-5 Five Pole Unit
-6 Six Pole Unit
Standard Option
41 400Hz short delay 41F
42 400Hz medium delay 42F
43 400Hz long delay 43F
50 DC instant stop
51 DC short delay 51F
52 DC medium delay 52F
53 DC long delay 53F
60 50/60Hz instant trip
61 50/60Hz short delay
62 50/60Hz medium delay
63 50/60Hz long delay
64 50/60Hz short delay (high pulse)
65 50/60Hz long delay (high pulse)
66 50/60Hz motor delay (high pulse)
SW Switch Only (No Delay)
An “F” after any delay denotes high pulse tolerance construction
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Terminal Selection
Terminal Terminal Connect Panel Mount
-1 Solderless Connector Front Front (Note A)
-2 Solderless Connector Front Back *
-2C Solderless Connector Front Back **
-3 10-32 screw (100 amps max.) Bus Connect Back (Note C) *
-3C 10-32 screw (100 amps max.) Bus Connect Back (Note C) **
-4 10-32 screw (50 amps max.) Front Front
-5 10-32 screw (50 amps max.) Front Back *
-5C 10-32 screw (50 amps max.) Front Back **
-6 1/4 - 20 screw (100 amps max.) Front Front
-7 1/4 - 20 screw (100 amps max.) Front Back *
-7C 1/4 - 20 screw (100 amps max.) Front Back **
-8 10 - 32 stud (50 amps max.) Back Front (Note D)
-9 1/4 - 20 stud (100 amps max.) Back Front (Note D)
-3M M5 x 0.8 screw (100 amps max.) Bus Connect Back (Note C)*
-4M M5 x 0.8 screw (50 amps max.) Front Front
-5M M5 x 0.8 screw (50 amps max.) Front Back *
-6M M6 x 1.0 screw (100 amps max.) Front Front
-7M M6 x 1.0 screw (100 amps max.) Front Back *
-8M M5 x 0.8 stud (50 amps max.) Back Front (Note D)
-9M M6 x 1.0 stud (100 amps max.) Front Front (Note D)
*
**
Back panel mount style supplied with slotted mounting bracket.
Solderless connector will accept #14 through 0 copper or #12 through 0 aluminum wire.
Back panel mount style supplied with short mounting bracket.
Voltage and Current
Maximum
Voltage
Maximum
Current
(Amperes)
-1 65 Vdc†† 100
-2 125 Vdc 100
-3 120/240 Vac 100
-4 240 Vac 100
-5* 277 / 480 Vac 100
-6 277 Vac 100
-7* 600 Vac 77
-8* 480 Vac ††† 100
-9** 160 Vdc 100
*
**
††
†††
Multi-pole only
For 279 Ratings Only
240/415 Vac ìWyeî only for VDE
For 229D Ratings Only
Two Poles Breaking Minimum
Current Ratings
Amps Amps
.1 10
.25 15
.5 20
1 25
2 30
2.5 50*
3 60
5 70
7.5 100*
Non-Standard Currents are Available (Note E)
*Switch only ratings.
Optional
AMetric mounting inserts M3 (Note A)
HInternational Handle Markings
Multi-pole unites with mixed construction poles numbered left to right
when viewed from terminal end.
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See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
See following charts.
Total Number of Poles
Total Number of Poles
Type
Current Rating (Each Section)
Terminals
Trip Time Delay
Application
249 POWER SELECTOR BREAKER SYSTEM DECISION TABLES
How to Order
To evolve a convenient ordering system for most applications, the following code has been developed. If a system is required which is not covered
below, please consult factory or describe in detail. The number shown as an example describes a 120 volt, three section system, such as may be used
on a boat with a port and starboard shore power receptacle and an AC generator. The breaker rating for the shore power is 30 amperes and for the
generator 20 amperes in this example. 1/4 -20 screw type terminals and a medium time delay are specified.
249 6 C 62## ## ## 12
Total Number of Poles (First Decision)
Total Number of Poles (Second Decision)
Terminals
Application
Trip Time Delay
Current Rating (Each Section)
-2 2
-4 4
-6 6
-8 8
-9 9
Code Number of
Selections
Breaker Poles
Per Section
-A 21
-B 22
-C 3 2
-D 4 2
-E 2 3
-F 3 3
-1* Box type solderless wire connect
-2 1/4 - 20 Screw
-3 1/4 - 20 Stud (for Back Connection)
*1 Box type connector not supplied on 239 marine applications
-1 Marine (239 Breaker)
-2 Industrial (209 Breaker)
-51 or 51F Short DC
-52 or 52F Medium DC
-53 or 53F Long DC
-61 Short AC
-62 Medium AC
-63 Long AC
-64 Short AC (High Pulse)
-65 Medium AC (High Pulse)
-66 Long AC (High Pulse)
Indicate the actual rating from the list below for each section
(left to right when viewed from the front.)
-10, -15, -20, -25, -30, -50, -60, -70, -100
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209 SERIES AGENCY APPROVALS
229 SUPPLEMENTARY PROTECTORS* AGENCY APPROVALS
219 MANUAL MOTOR CONTROLLERS AGENCY APPROVALS
General Notes
All supplementary protectors are of the overcurrent (OC) type
The family of protectors has been evaluated for end use application for
use group (UG) A and D
The terminals (FW) – Terminals are coded as follows:
0 – Suitable for factory wiring only
1 – Line terminals evaluated for field wiring
2 – Load terminals evaluated for field wiring
3 – Line and Load terminals evaluated for field wiring
The maximum voltage ratings for which the protectors have been
tested are shown in the chart
The current is the amperage range that the protectors have been tested
The tripping current (TC) – Tripping Current is coded as a percentage of
the ampere rating:
0 – Tripping current is less than 125% of ampere rating
1 – Tripping current is in the range of 125% to 135% of ampere rating
2 – Tripping current is more than 135% of ampere rating
3 – Tripping current is 135% and meets MCCB trip time requirements
The overload rating (OL) - Designates whether the protector or family
of protectors has been tested for general use or motor starting
applications.
0 – tested at 1.5 times amp rating for general use
1 – tested at 6 times AC rating or 10 times DC rating for motor starting
The short circuit current rating (SC) – The short circuit rating in amperes
following a letter and number designating the test conditions and any
calibration following the short circuit test is defined below:
C – Indicates short circuit test was conducted with series overcurrent
protection
U – Indicates short circuit test was conducted without series
overcurrent protection
1 – Indicates a recalibration was not conducted as part of the short
circuit testing
2 – Indicates a recalibration was performed as part of the short circuit
testing
3 – Indicates recalibration was performed along with the dielectric and
voltage withstand for “Suitable for Further Use” rating
AGENCY APPROVALS & CERTIFICATIONS
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