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Instruction Leaflet

ABB Power T&D Company he.


A IRII! Relay Divkion
Coral Springs, FL 33065
41-751 N
P\IBUI

Effective: September 1995


Supersedes I.L 41-751 M, Dated August 1980 Type SG
( I) Denotes Change Since Previous Issue.
Auxiliary Relay
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6,12,24,46,125and25Ovoltsd~
115and23Ovolts-25hertz
115,230,440and575volts-50or60hertz

Before putting protective relays into service, re- By using a series resistor, each of the diierent volt-
move all Mocking which may have been inserted age relays may be used on higher voltage systems
for the purpose of securing the parts during provided the proper dielectric and safety consider-
shipment, make sure that all moving parts oper- ations are observed.
ate freely, inspect the contacts to see that they
are clean and close properly, and operate the re- 2. CONSTRUCTION & OPERATION
lay to check the settings and electrical connee
tions. The SG relays are clapper-type devices designed to
operate over a wide range of ac and dc voltages.
1. APPLICATION VVh42ntheir coils are energized at or above pickup
rating, the moving contacts on the armature assem-
The relay is intended for use in the applications bly, close an%r open with the two stationary
requiring: wntacts to activate the electrically independent con-
tact circuits.
(1) Increased current-carrying or interrupting
capability in a contact (low current contact Closed types are supplied with two make and two
energizes the SG coil to close the high break contacts. Open types (front connected) can be
current contact). supplied with two make and two break contacts, or
with only the two make contacts which can be re-
(2) Circuit isdation. versed to provide one make, one break, or two break
(3) Contact conversion (for example, from a contact circuits. Contact gap and follow should be
normaliy open to a normally closed condi- readjusted per Table 1 after contacts have been re-
tion), or versed. Adjustment is accomplished by bending the
stationary contacts.
(4) Contact multiplication (from one contact
input to two contact output). Small coil springs on the moving contact arms pro-
vide adequate wntact pressure to assure positive
1 The SG relay is available with 2 N.O. (normally- contact action between the moving and stationary
open) and 2 N.C. (normaliy-closed) contacts. They contacts.
change wndtii when the coil is energized at a volt-
age level above pickup. The contacts are arranged in DCtypes have a bronze pin on the core which serves
a 3lead configuration with a ‘common’ connected to es a stop pin for the armature, and prevents magnet-
a NC. and a N.O. contact. ic seal-in of the armature due to residual magnetism.
ACtypes have a nonmagnetic washer at the base of
The relay can be supplied with suitable coils for use the wre assembly to prevent the armature from
on the following voltages: sticking in the closed-gap position. Copper shading

All possible contingencies which may arise during installation, operation or maintenance, and all details and
variations of this equipment do not purport to be covered by these instructions. If further information is desimd
by purchaser regarding this particular installation, operation or maintenance of this equipment, the local ABB
Power T&D Company Inc. representative should be wntacted.
%intfd in U.SA.
IL 41-751 N
rings are also provided on the core face of the ac COIL DATA - DC
types to prevent chattering of the armature.
lseoond
ReoistaW: Rating:
3. CHARACTERISTICS ohm8 amp8

All relays will pick up at 80% of the nameplate volt- 2.5 35


age rating ar less. No adjustments are provided for 0.7 55
0.33 88
varying the pickup. The armature will open at 30% or 0.2 110
less on direct current and at 60% or less on alternat- - 0.1 185
ing current. 5 12
12 48
24 185
32 284
4. INSTALLATION 48 725
82.5 1152
Mount the relay with the base against a vertical 125 4650
plane and with the contacts at the top. 17cm

When sheet metal cabinets are ordered for open- TABLE 1:


type relays, the relays and cabinets are shipped sep- CONTACTGAP AND FOLLOWADJU8TMENT

I contact
arately. The reiays can be assembled on the tapped
mounting holes in the bottom of the case by means
of the mounting screws which are provided. The I
Arrange
Contact
-P I
Make-Contact
Follow I
cabinets have knockouts for conduit connections on
top, bottom and sides.

5. BURDEN
The closed gap volt-ampere burden at rated voitage 2M I (1) I (2)
28 l/32-3/64’ 0.020-0.031’
(60 hertz) is 10, at a power factor of approximately SPDT
. 0.031’
50%. The open gap v&-ampere burden at rated DPDT zm 0.031’
voltage (60 hertz) is 16, at the same power factor.
The watt consumption at rated dc voltage is 3.5. 7. MAINTENANCE
All contacts should be cleaned periodically. A con-
6. CONTACTS tact burnisher style 182A836HOl is recommended
Each contact will carry 12 amperes continuous and for this purpose. The use of abrasive material for
30 amperes for one minute. cleaning contacts is not recommended, because of
the danger of embedding small particles in the face
The contact interrupting ratings are as follows: All of the soft silver and thus impairing the contact.
veluf3 are no*inductiie currents.
8. REPAIR AND RENEWAL PARTS
INlERRUPTlNG RATlNG IN AMPERES
Major repairs can be most satisfactorily done at the
VOttS
dc 2 cultacts ac factory or ABB Service Shops. However, for custom-
1 contact in Series 1 contact
ers equipped to do their own work, parts may be
24 15 50 50 furnished on order. In ordering any part or request-
48 8 35 45
115 2.4 20 30
ing any other information, always give entire
230 0.75 2.5 20 nameplate data
550 0.25 0.5 10
Relays for use on ac are assembled with a thin
bronze washer between the yoke and core. A brass
OPEFtATlNG TIME screw holds the yoke and core together. This washer
Pickup: .033-.fflsec.atdcrating helps to reduce the residual magnetism after the re-
.016-633sec.atacrating lay is de-energized. In case the relay should be
dismantled, it is important that this washer be re-
Dropout: lessthan.016sec.ondcorac placed when reassembling it. I

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IL. 41-751 N

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CONTACT

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3
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FORGROUND 5
CONNECTIONS O&PL3ATlNG
TERMINAL\ %FnNG
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Sub 4 Sub 5
629A337 lD2102
Figure 7. Internal Schematic for Tvpe SG Figure 2. Internal Connections for Closed
Relay in front connected case. Typ SG Relay.

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NOTE: RH.
WNTACT
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Sub 4 Sub 5
57D390 57D389
Figure 3. Internal Connections for PMake and Figure 4. Internal Connections for Open Type SG
Z-Break wnfact Open Type SG Relay. Relay with Reversible Contacts.

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I.L 41-751 N

IF RELAY IS HOUnlED IJhDER


MOTHER DEVICE EXTENDING
APPROX. SAME DISTANCE FROM
PAYEL. ALLOY 5/16” l4INIWH
$.W~RTO PERMIT REHOVAL

FOR THICK PANELS

Sub 5
18zA904

Figure 5. Outline and Drilling plan for the Closed Type SG Awciiary Relay with $8 inch terminal studs.

D AS SHOWN. Sub 3
(OI?~DIA.HOLE 2 l4OLES)
182A903
Figure 6. outline and DMing plan for the Semi-#lush Case for the Tvpe SG Relay with 5/8 inch terminal studs.

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IL. 41-751 N

TOP
.tSO-32 TERU. SNDS

/ COIL TEiii4lWALS

IlltPt-~l \/
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1 Sub 12
.203 DIA.MTG.WOLES
1 21
a --t 31 D890

figure 7. Outline and Drilling Plan for the Open Type SG Auxiliary Relay with Reversible Contacts.

TOP
.lW-32 TERM. STUDS

Sub 5
/ 1805332
.203 D~A.NG.YOUS
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figure 8. Outline and Drilling Plan for the 2-Make and 2-Break Contact Open Type SG Relay.

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I.L 41-751 N

rGROUNDING TERMINAL

46’
64
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-TERMINAL
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42 ‘iv .190 TERMINAL /
HAmwARE

&LEARANCE HOLE FOR .I90 SCREW

* Sub3
629A331

figure 9. Outline and Drilling Plan for the Type SG Relay in Front Connected with dust cover.
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ABB Power T&D Company Inc. ?%VIB
4300 Coral Ridge Drive Printed in U.SA
Coral Springs Florida 33065
(954) 752-6700
FAX: (954) 3455329