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Features

Simple, robust construction

Small size

Wide range of settings

Proven design

Circuit breaker tripping capability

Types MCAG 11, 12, 13 Instantaneous Overcurrent Relays

Types MCAG 11, 12, 13 Instantaneous Overcurrent Relays Figure 1: Type MCAG 32 relay withdrawn from

Figure 1: Type MCAG 32 relay withdrawn from case

Types Available

MCAG 11 Fixed current setting

MCAG 12

Variable current setting in seven equal steps by means of a plug bridge

MCAG 13 Continuously adjustable by a knurled knob against a calibrated scale

MCAG 31,32,33 These are the respective triple pole versions

Application

The relays are designed for instantaneous phase or earth fault protection, instantaneous high set overcurrent protection.

Instantaneous high set overcurrent relays are used to rapidly clear heavy short circuits which can occur near power sources, where inverse time trip and alarm contacts are paralleled with those of the inverse time overcurrent relay.

Description

The relays are attracted armature units of simple and robust construction, such that the units are highly reliable and virtually maintenance free.

Case earth

Module terminal block viewed from rear

Viewed from front

2 1 4 3 27 RLA 2 28
2
1
4
3
27
RLA
2
28

Combinations of

Output contacts to

output contacts

module terminals

 

13

24

       

2M

M

M

       

1M

M

B

       

Contact descriptiom

M: Make

B: Break Notes 1 (a) CT shorting links make before (b) & (c) disconnect (b)
B: Break
Notes 1 (a)
CT shorting links make
before (b) & (c) disconnect
(b)
Short terminals break before (c)
(c)
Long terminals

Figure 2: Circuit diagram: Type MCAG 11 relay

Case earth

Module terminal block viewed from rear

Viewed from front

Viewed from front

 

2

1

   

2

1

4

3

4

3

23

 

27

 
       
   
       
   
RLA 2
RLA
2
   
RLC 2
RLC
2
 

A

C

24

 

28

23   27           RLA 2     RLC 2   A
23   27           RLA 2     RLC 2   A

Viewed from front

Combinations of

Output contacts to

output contacts

module terminals

 

13

24

       

2M

M

M

       

Contact descriptiom

M: Make

B: Break

2 1 4 3 25 RLB 2 B or 26
2
1
4
3
25
RLB
2
B or
26

Notes 1 (a)

Notes 1 (a) CT shorting links make

CT shorting links make

before (b) & (c) disconnect

(b)

Short terminals break before (c)

Short terminals break before (c)

(c)

Long terminals

Long terminals

Figure 3: Circuit diagram: Type MCAG 31 relay See Note 1 P2 P1 A A
Figure 3: Circuit diagram: Type MCAG 31 relay
See Note 1
P2
P1
A
A
S2
S1
B
C
C
B
Phase rotation
23
24
1
25
3
26
MCAG
2
4
27
28
Case earth
see Note 2
Three overcurrent units

Trip

Alarm

A

B

C

See Note 1 P2 P1 A S2 S1 C B Phase rotation 23 24 1
See Note 1
P2
P1
A
S2
S1
C
B
Phase rotation
23
24
1
25
3
26
MCAG
2
4
27
28
Case earth
see Note 2
Two overcurrent and
one earth fault units

Trip

Alarm

Note 1 CT connections are typical only 2 Earthing connections are typical only

Figure 4: Application diagram: Types MCAG 31, 32, 33 relays

12 10 8 6 4 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 Operating time –
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
2
4
6
8
10
Operating time – ms

Multiple of relay setting

Figure 5: Typical operating times for MCAG 11, 12, 13 relays

Technical Data

Coil ratings

Continuous

MCAG 11,12 2 x any current setting

MCAG 13

1.5 x minimum current setting

Short time ratings (3s)

MCAG 11

40 x setting current

MCAG 12

20 x setting current

MCAG 13

10 x maximum setting for setting currents up to 20A, and 4 x maximum setting for setting currents above 20A

Burdens

MCAG 11

0.5VA

MCAG 12

0.7VA

MCGA 13

1.4VA at lowest setting 18VA at highest setting

Current settings

MCAG 11

Fixed settings up to 20A ac

0.05

0.2

MCAG 12

Current ranges in amps ac

Adjustable settings in seven equal steps over a 4:1 range –

0.1

0.4

0.15

0.6

0.2

0.8

0.25

1.0

0.3

1.2

0.4

1.6

0.5

2.0

0.8

3.2

1.5

6.0

MCAG 13 ac

– Continuously adjustable over a 4:1 range

2.5

10.0

Current range in amps ac

0.05

0.2

4

16

0.1

0.4

5

20

0.2

0.8

8

32

0.25

1.0

10

40

0.4

1.6

20

80

0.5

2.0

25

100

1.0

4.0

40

160

1.5

6.0

50

200

2.0

8.0

2.5

10.0

MCAG 13 dc

Continuously adjustable over a 2:1 range

Accuracy

Setting

± 10%

Effect of frequency

< 0.5%/Hz

Effect of temperature

< 0.1%/°C

Contacts

All relays are fitted with two pairs of self reset contacts.

Contact combinations:

2 make or 1 make 1 break

Contact ratings

Normally open contact are rated as follows

 

Make and carry continuously

Make and carry for 0.5s

Break

AC

1250VA with maxima of 5A and 660V

750VA with maxima of 30A and 660V

1250VA with maxima of 5A and 660V

DC

1250W with maxima of 5A and 660V

7500W with maxima of 30A and 660V

100W resistive 50W inductive with maxima of 5A and

 

660V

The make and carry for 0.5s rating of a normally closed contact is 3750VA with maxima of 15A and 660V

Durability

Loaded contact

10,000 operations minimum

Unloaded contact 100,000 operations minimum

Operation indicator

A hand reset operation indicator is fitted as standard

Operating times

Typically less than 10ms at 5 x Is. See Figure 5

Resetting times

Typically less than 50ms from 5 x Is to zero

Frequency

50 or 60Hz

Frequency range

47 – 51Hz or

57 – 61Hz

High Voltage Withstand

Dielectric Withstand

IEC 255-5:1977

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

High voltage impulse IEC 255-5:1977

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

1kV rms for 1 minute across open contacts of output relays.

Three positive and three negative impulses of 5kV peak, 1.2/50µs, 0.5J between all terminals and all terminals and case earth.

Electrical Environment

EMC Compliance

Compliance with the European

89/336/EEC

Commission Directive on EMC is

EN50081-2:1994

claimed via the Technical Construction File route.

EN50082-2:1995

Generic Standards were used to establish conformity.

Atmospheric environment

Temperature

Storage and transit -25°C to +70°C

IEC 255-6:1988

Operating -25°C to +55°C

IEC 68-2-1:1990

Cold

IEC 68-2-2:1974

Dry Heat

Humidity

IEC 68-2-3:1969

56 days at 93% RH and 40°C

Enclosure Protection

IEC 529:1989

IP50 (dust protected)

Mechanical environment

Vibration

IEC 255-21-1:1988

Response Class 1

45 Push button projection 10 max
45
Push button
projection 10 max
177 51
177
51

All dimensions in mm

13 4 holes 4.4 24 168 159 48
13
4 holes 4.4
24
168
159
48

Panel cut-out:

Flush mounting fixing details 32 212 25 min. 157 max. Reset
Flush mounting fixing details
32
212
25 min.
157 max.
Reset

Flush mounting

Figure 6: Case outline: size 2

Cases

MCAG 11, 12, 13

Size 2

MCAG 31

Size 4

MCAG 32, 33

Size 6

See Figures 6, 7 and 8.

Information Required with Order

Relay type

Setting or setting range in amps

Supply frequency

Type of contacts

Operation indicator and inscription if required

97 Push button projection 10 max
97
Push button
projection 10 max
97 Push button projection 10 max 177 103 All dimensions in mm 52 4 holes 4.4
177 103
177
103

All dimensions in mm

52 4 holes 4.4 23.5 168 159 99
52
4 holes 4.4
23.5
168
159
99

Panel cut-out:

Flush mounting fixing details 32 212 25 min. 157 max. Reset Flush mounting 11
Flush mounting fixing details
32
212
25 min.
157 max.
Reset
Flush mounting
11
Figure 7: Case outline size 4 149 Push button projection 10 max
Figure 7: Case outline size 4
149
Push button
projection 10 max
177 155 All dimensions in mm 103.6 4 holes 4.4 24 168 159 151 Panel
177 155
177
155

All dimensions in mm

103.6 4 holes 4.4 24 168 159 151 Panel cut-out:
103.6
4 holes 4.4
24
168
159
151
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details 32 212 25 min. 157 max. Reset Flush mounting 11
Flush mounting fixing details
32
212
25 min.
157 max.
Reset
Flush mounting
11

Figure 8: Case outline size 6

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