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Type MVAW 11, 13, 21 Interposing Relays

Type MVAW 11, 13, 21 Interposing Relays

Type MVAW 11, 13, 21 Interposing Relays

Type MVAW 11, 13, 21 Interposing Relays

Features

Figure 1: Typical type MVAW 11 relay withdrawn from its case Application Description
Figure 1:
Typical type MVAW 11 relay
withdrawn from its case
Application
Description

Robust attracted armature design

Insensitive to ac High pick-up current

Models Available

MVAW 11 or 21

– self reset contacts

The type MVAW relay is intended for remote control of switchgear and associated equipment via long pilot wires. The relay will not operate on induced ac voltages, and its high pick-up current enables it to be used with anti-corrosion negative potential biasing devices.

This is an attracted armature relay of compact design with a positive action and a high degree of mechanical stability. It incorporates a tubular slug in the coil assembly to render the relay insensitive to ac voltages.

Operation Indicator

MVAW 13

– hand reset contacts

A mechanical hand reset operation indicator can be fitted.

2

Rext 2 1 3 14 13 11 12 10 9 8 7 5 6 4 22
Rext
2
1
3
14
13
11
12
10
9
8
7
5
6
4
22
Case earth
Vx
R1
ZG0903
3
13
Module terminal block
viewed from rear
M
B
M
M
M
Z+
1
M
3M
M
1B
2B
B
2M
2M
2Z
M
M
Combinations of
Output contacts
M
4M
2Y
M
1B
2Z
1M
B
2B
2Z
2M
21
28
27
RL1
Z+
Z+
B
Z+
6
7
5
3
1
8
4
2
Z
4
B
Contact description
Make
:
M
Break
:
B
:
Heavy duty make
2
1
C1
Viewed from front
Resistor R1 is fitted on 48/54,
Z+
+Y
+Y
M
B
Y
Heavy duty break
:
NOTE
Z and Y are fitted with blowout
1.
magnets and are polarity conscious.
See table for positive terminal.
2.
14
110/125, 220/250V relays only.
M
4
3
5
7
8
2
6
M
M
Output contacts to
Module Terminals
Z+
Rext 2 1 3 14 13 11 12 10 9 8 7 5 6 4 22

Type MVAW 11 typical internal connection diagram

Figure 2:

Combinations of Output contacts to Output contacts Module Terminals 15 17 19 21 16 18 20
Combinations of
Output contacts to
Output contacts
Module Terminals
15
17
19
21
16
18
20
22
4M
M
M
M
M
3M
1B
M
M
B
M
2M
2B
B
M
B
M
2M
2Z
M
Z+
M
Z+
2M
2Y
M
+Y
M
+Y
2B
2Z
B
Z+
B
Z+
1M
1B
2Z
M
Z+
B
Z+
1M
3Z
Z+
Z+
Z+
M
1M 1B 1Z
1Y
M
Z+
B
+Y
1
2
C1
R1
ZG0903
3
RL1
28
4
Module terminal block
viewed from rear
16
18
20
22
15
19
21
17
6
15
16
17
18
14
2
1
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
viewed from front
Rext
Output contacts
Left hand unit
Left hand unit
Case earth
1M 1B 1Z
2M
2M
2M
4M
3M
1M
1M
Vx
2B
2B
1B
1B
27
2Y
1Y
2Z
2Z
2Z
3Z
Combinations of Output contacts to Output contacts Module Terminals 15 17 19 21 16 18 20
M : Heavy duty break Output contacts to Module Terminals 1 5 7 2 4 8
M
:
Heavy duty break
Output contacts to
Module Terminals
1
5
7
2
4
8
6
M
M
Y
M
3
NOTE
Z and Y are fitted with blowout
1.
magnets and are polarity
conscious.
See table for positive terminal.
2.
Resistor R1 is fitted on 48/54,
110/125, 220/250V relays
5
Combinations of
ZG0903
R1
C1
1
2
4
RL2
14
3
7
B
3
1
8
6
4
2
Rext
:
Z
Heavy duty make
:
B
Z+
Z+
M
Z+
B
+Y
Right hand unit
B
M
M
B
M
Z+
M
M
Z+
M
Z+
M
+Y
M
+Y
13
Right hand unit
viewed from front
:
3.
Unit positions are shown for size
4 case. For size 2 case unit RL1
is rear mounted facing front.
For size 2 case unit RL1 can only
4.
be fitted standard make and
break contacts.
Contact description
Make
Break
M
Vx
only.
B
Z+
B
Z+
Z+
Z+
B
M
M
M

Type MVAW 21 typical internal connection diagram

Figure 3:

3

Combination of 27 21 28 22 – 4M M 1M 1 Output Contacts Vx B 3B
Combination of
27
21
28
22
4M
M
1M
1
Output Contacts
Vx
B
3B
2M
2B
B
M
1B
3M
Viewed from front
8
3
13
Module terminal block
viewed from rear
Rext
ZG0903
2
3
4
5
6
14
7
9
10
11
12
14
13
1
Case earth
Output Contacts to
Module Terminals
NOTE
Resistor R1 fitted on 48/54, 110/125 and
220/250V relays only
M
B
M
468
5
3
7
B
2
B
B
M
M
M
B
M
M
1
2
1
C1
R1
RL1
4
2
4
6
8
B
3
5
7
Contact description
M
:
Make
Break
:
Combination of 27 21 28 22 – 4M M 1M 1 Output Contacts Vx B 3B

Type MVAW 13 typical internal connection diagram

Figure 4:

100 5000W 2500W L/R=0.04 RESISTIVE 1000W 500W 250W 10 100W 50W 25W 1.0 0.1 10 100
100
5000W
2500W
L/R=0.04
RESISTIVE
1000W 500W
250W
10
100W 50W
25W
1.0
0.1
10
100
200 300
Applied voltage in volts dc
Figure 5:
Curves of breaking capacity of heavy
duty blowout contacts
Contact rupturing capacity in amperes dc

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Technical Data

Voltage rating

AC rejection

Operative range

Maximum pilot loop resistance

30/34V, 48/54V, 110/125V, 220/250V dc

Typically up to 110V ac 50Hz for 48/54 relay

Typically 37.5 – 60V dc with 0W pilot resistance;

44 – 60V dc with 200V pilot resistance for 48/54V relay

200V

Pick-up current

 

Not less than 25mA

 

Drop-off current

Not less than 15mA

Burden at 54V

3.7W

Operating time

 

Applied

Pilot loop

Pick-up time ms

 

volts

resistance V

4 contacts

48

0

typically 50

 

200

typically 80

Resetting time

 

Less than 35ms

Contact arrangements

 
 

Standard contacts

Blow-out contacts

AC rejection

Make

Break

Make

Break

at 50Hz

4

-

-

-

110V

3

1

-

-

70V

2

2

-

-

70V

2

-

2

-

110V

-

2

2

-

70V

2

-

-

2

70V

Contact ratings

 

Make and carry continuously

Make and carry for 3 seconds

Break

Standard

ac

1250VA with

7500VA with

1250VA with

and

maxima of 5A

maxima of 30A

maxima of 5A

changeover

or 300V

or 300V

or 300V

 

dc

1250W with

7500W with

100W(resistive)

 

maxima of 5A

maxima of 30A

50W(inductive)

or 300V

or 300V

with maxima of 5A or 300V

Heavy duty

dc

1250W with

7500W with

See curves

 

maxima of 5A

maxima of 30A

Figure 5

Durability

or 300V

or 300V

Loaded contact

10,000 operations minimum

Unloaded contact

100,000 operations minimum

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High voltage withstand

Dielectric withstand IEC 60255-5:1977

High voltage impulse IEC 60255-5:1977

Electrical environment

High frequency disturbance IEC 60255-22-1:1988 Class III

2kV rms for 1 minute between all terminals and case earth.

2kV rms for 1 minute between all terminals of independent circuits, with terminals on each independent circuit connected together.

1kV rms for 1 minute across normally open contacts.

Three positive and three negative impulses of 5kV peak, 1.2/50 s, 0.5J between all terminals of the same circuit (except output contacts), independent circuits, and all terminals connected together and case earth.

2.5kV peak between independent circuits and between independent circuits and case earth.

1.0kV peak across terminals of the same circuit (except metallic contacts).

 

EMC Compliance

89/336/EEC

Compliance to the European Commission Directive on EMC is claimed via the Technical Construction File route.

EN 50081-2:1994 EN 50081-2:1995

Generic Standards were used to establish conformity

Product safety
Product safety

Product safety

 

73/23/EEC

Compliance with the European Commission Low voltage directive

EN61010-1:1993/A2:1995

EN60950:1992/A11:1997.

Atmospheric environment

Compliance is demonstrated by reference to generic safety standards

Temperature IEC 60255-6:1998

Storage and transit -25C to +70C Operating -25C to +55C

IEC 60068-2-1:1990

Cold

IEC 60068-2-2:1974

Dry Heat

Humidity IEC 60068-2-3:1969

56 days at 93% RH and 40C

Enclosure protection IEC 60529:1989

IP50 (dust protected)

Mechanical environment

Vibration IEC 60255-21-1:1988

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Response Class 1

Cases

Single pole type MVAW 11 and MVAW 13 relays are supplied in size 2 cases and double pole type MVAW21 relays in size 4 cases, as shown in Figures 6 and 7

Information Required with Order

Relay type Rated voltage Type of contacts

Whether optional operation indicator required

13 4 holes 4.4Ø 24 45 168 159 Push button projection 10 max 48 Panel cut-out:
13
4 holes 4.4Ø
24
45
168
159
Push button
projection 10 max
48
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details
32
212
25 min.
177
157 max.
Reset
51
Flush mounting
All dimensions in mm
Figure 6:
Case outline size 2
52 4 holes 4.4 Ø 23.5 97 168 159 Push button projection 10 max 99 Panel
52
4 holes 4.4 Ø
23.5
97
168
159
Push button
projection 10 max
99
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details
32
212
25 min.
177
157 max.
Reset
103
Flush mounting
11
All dimensions in mm
Figure 7:
Case outline size 4

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