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Motor Protection Relay, with Plastic 50/60Hz 3-160A Electric Mot

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Product description

Size:AC220V

Feature:
Products adopt an integrated structure, compact size, guide rail installation. The product uses backlight LCD screen to display three-phase current, leakage current, working voltage, fault reason and other information. High precision, current measurement accuracy is 1%. Products are equipped with: RS485 communication interface, 4-20mA output. The reset mode of the product is optional: manual/automatic. The product has the functions of overload, Phase-break and current unbalance protection to better protect the safety of equipment. Products are widely used in pumps, cranes, elevators, machine tools and other equipment.
Specification:
Model: MDB-501Z
Structure type: integrated
Operating voltage: 220V AC; 380V AC (Optional)
Frequency: 50/60Hz
Current range: 3-160A
Error accuracy: 1%
Overload delay: Definite time: 0.5-60s; inverse time limit: 1-5s trip curve
Underload setting: The setting range is the same as the overload, and the delay range is 0.5-60s.
Startup time: 0-200s
Stall setting: 1.5-8 times overload current, delay range 0.5-60s
Short circuit setting: 3-22 times overload current, action time ≤ 50ms
Unbalance: 10-50%, delay range 0.5-60s
Phase loss delay: 0.5-60s
Leakage setting: 30mA-2.5A, delay range 0.5-60ms
Overvoltage setting: 65-690V, delay range 0.5-60ms
Undervoltage setting: 65-690V, delay range 0.5-60ms
Overload setting: 20-100%, delay 1s
Automatic reset time: 0.1-30 minutes
Number of automatic resets: 1-10 times
Reset mode: manual reset, automatic reset, power-off reset
Contact form: Trip, 1 normally open 1 normally closed; alarm: 1 normally open
Contact capacity: 5A/250V AC
Dimensions (length * width * depth): 90 *70 * 106

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