Quantcast

TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 40A

TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 40A

TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 40A

Item Number: V2

Product Dimensions

Width icon

Width55 mm

Height icon

Height74 mm

Depth icon

Depth60 mm

Datasheet

Barcode

Qty UoM EAN Colour
-
-
-

Specifications

Design

Range

TeSys

Product or component type

switch body

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Warranty

18 months

Physical

Mounting support

  • plate
  • symmetrical rail

[Ue] rated operational voltage

690 V AC 50/60 Hz

[Ie] rated operational current

29 A AC-23 Ue: 400 V

Mechanical durability

100000 cycles

Electrical durability

  • 100000 cycles AC-21
  • 30000 cycles DC-1...5

Connections - terminals

  • power circuit: screw clamp terminals10-10 mm² - solid
  • power circuit: screw clamp terminals6-6 mm² - flexible - with cable end

Height

74 mm

Width

55 mm

Depth

60 mm

Net weight

0.2 kg

Standards

IEC 60947-3

Product certifications

  • UL
  • CSA
  • GL
  • UKCA

IP degree of protection

IP20 conforming to IEC 60529

Ambient air temperature for operation

-20...50 °C

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Toxic heavy metal free

Yes

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP110227EN

Others

Product name

TeSys VARIO

Device short name

V

Compatibility code

V

Performance level

high performance

Poles description

3P

Contacts type and composition

3 NO

Network type

  • AC
  • DC

Network frequency

50/60 Hz

Rated operational power in W

  • 11 kW at 400...415 V (AC-3)
  • 11 kW at 690 V (AC-3)
  • 15 kW at 500 V (AC-3)
  • 15 kW at 690 V (AC-23A)
  • 18.5 kW at 500 V (AC-23A)
  • 5.5 kW at 230...240 V (AC-3)
  • 7.5 kW at 230...240 V (AC-23A)
  • 15 kW at 400...415 V (AC-23A)

[Ith] conventional free air thermal current

40 A

[Ithe] conventional enclosed thermal current

32 A

Making capacity

  • 400 A at 400 V AC-21A
  • 400 A at 400 V AC-22A
  • 400 A at 400 V AC-23A

Breaking capacity

  • 320 A at 400 V (AC-21A)
  • 320 A at 400 V (AC-22A)
  • 320 A at 400 V (AC-23A)

Rated conditional short-circuit current

  • 10 kA at 400 V - associated fuse 50 A aM
  • 10 kA at 400 V - associated fuse 50 A gG

[Icm] rated short-circuit making capacity

1 kA at 400 V at Ipeak

Intermittent duty class

30

Suitability for isolation

yes

[Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage

8 kV

[Icw] rated short-time withstand current

480 A at 400 V duration: 1 s

Tightening torque

power circuit: 2.1...2.1 N.m - on screw clamp terminals

Protective treatment

TC

Mechanical robustness

  • vibrations 10...150 Hz (1 gn) conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
  • shocks 11 ms (30 Gn) conforming to IEC 60068-2-27

Fire resistance

960 °C conforming to IEC 60695-2-1

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

174.0 g

Package 1 Height

8 cm

Package 1 width

8.5 cm

Package 1 Length

12 cm

Unit Type of Package 2

P06

Number of Units in Package 2

192

Package 2 Weight

45.78 kg

Package 2 Height

77 cm

Package 2 width

80 cm

Package 2 Length

60 cm

Unit Type of Package 3

S03

Number of Units in Package 3

24

Package 3 Weight

4.66 kg

Package 3 Height

30 cm

Package 3 width

30 cm

Package 3 Length

40 cm

WEEE

The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

PVC free

Yes

Halogen content performance

Halogen free product
Show all specifications

Documents & downloads

hide show
Filter items
  • All

  • CAD Files and Packs

  • Product Brochures

  • Technical Data Catalogues

  • Installation Instruction

  • Product Environmental

  • Technical Drawing

  • Declaration of Conformity

Frequently Asked Questions

hide show

What is the tripping class of the GV2ME, GV2P and GV2RT?

The tripping class for GV2ME, GV2P and GV2RT motor protection circuit breakers (MPCB) is class 10. Class 10 corresponds to a direct on-line motor starting time between 4 and 10 seconds.

Example of a tripping curve:


Tripping Curve

 

What is the Err7 fault on the ATV212 drive?

Issue:
Err7 Fault ATV212.

Product Line:
ATV212

Environment:
All serial numbers for ATV212

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
Err7 means the motor current sensor in the drive is inoperable.  The best resolution would be to replace the drive.

What is the operation of the GVAD fault signalling contacts of the GV2 & GV3 motor protection circuit breakers?

GV2ME, GV2P, GV2L, GV2LE, GV3P and GV3L motor protection circuit breakers (MPCB) can be fitted with the following fault indicating contact blocks:
 

GVAD0110
GVAD0101
GVAD1010
GVAD1001

These blocks comprise of fault signalling contacts and instantaneous auxiliary contacts.

GVAD0110
A N/C fault signalling contact (terminals 95-96), closed if there is no fault, open when a fault (magnetic or thermal) occurs.

A N/O instantaneous auxiliary contact (terminals 53-54), closed when the device is energised and open when the device is de-energised.

GVAD0101
A N/C fault signalling contact (terminals 95-96), closed if there is no fault, open when a fault (magnetic or thermal) occurs. 

A N/C instantaneous auxiliary contact (terminals 51-52), closed when the device is de-energised and open when the device is energised.

GVAD1010
A N/O fault signalling contact (terminals 97-98), open if there is no fault, closed when a fault (magnetic or thermal) occurs. 

A N/O instantaneous auxiliary contact (terminals 53-54), closed when the device is energised and open when the device is de-energised.
 

GVAD1001
A N/O fault signalling contact (terminals 97-98), open if there is no fault, closed when a fault (magnetic or thermal) occurs. 

A N/C instantaneous auxiliary contact (terminals 51-52), closed when the device is de-energised and open when the device is energised.


The instantaneous auxiliary contact test is performed by creating a state of transition of the handle actuator between the de-energised position and the energised position.

The fault contact test is performed by pressing the test button when the handle actuator is in the closed position.

What are the basic wiring connections for the ATV212 drive?

Issue:
Basic wiring for the ATV212 drive.

Product line:
ATV212, Altivar 212

Environment:
All models

Cause:
Limited wiring details provided with the drive.

Resolution:
The minimum requirements to remotely operate an ATV212 drive are a run command and a speed reference.  By default from the factory, terminal F is the run forward input.  VIA to CC is the default analog input for a 0-10Vdc speed reference. 

P24 provides 24Vdc from an internal power supply, so use a dry contact closure on P24 to F. 

**Note these values and assignments can be changed in the Programming.  These are the default settings only, with CMOd = 0 and FMOd = 1.

basic schematics

Video: How do you set stop type to freewheel stop on an ATV21/212 drive?

Issue:
Set stop type to freewheel stop on an ATV21/212 drive.

Product Line:
Altivar 21
Altivar 212

Environment:
Products sold and used in the United States

Cause:
Freewheel stop in ATV21/212

Resolution:
From 0.0 
Press Mode and arrow down to F- - -
Press enter
F110 set to 0
F111 set to 56 (freewheel stop input and run combo)
or
if you need to have a separate input to allow freewheel stop you can setup the drive like this.
F----- enter
F110=0
F111= 2
F112= 1 (This will be your freewheel stop input assigned to R)
 

What is the response time of the Run Permissive function of the ATV212 series drive?

Issue:
Response time of the Run Permissive function of the ATV212.

Product Line:
ATV212 series drives

Environment:
All models, All serial numbers

Cause:
Information unavailable in current literature.

Resolution:
The drive needs about 6 msec to manage the run permissive.
Details:
 => 2 ms for sampling on the terminal.
 => 2 ms for internal serial communication between microprocessors
 => 2 ms for treatments in the last subroutine.
So, from the time the Run Permissive is removed from the drive, it will take up to 6ms for the drive to respond accordingly.
 
Show More