Capacitor Trip Device

Description

The Model 410 Auto-Charged Capacitor Trip Device is a high-speed capacitor-type circuit breaker tripping unit. It differs from the conventional capacitor trip device in that it has a self-contained standby power source, which is capable of maintaining full operating voltage for several days.

This device is primarily for use with circuit breakers which require some form of AC power for their closing operation: i.e., circuit breakers having either a stored energy closing mechanism with an AC-operated release coil, or an AC solenoid-operated closing mechanism. There are no field adjustments required.

The Model 410 has a cover-actuated safety switch, which discharges the capacitor and disconnects the primary source when the cover is removed. The Model 410 can be tripped manually, or by means of a voltage-sensing or phase loss monitor. Versions are available for 120 VAC or 240 VAC operations.

Specs

Model

410-120

410-230

Nominal Input Voltage
(phase to phase) 

120VAC 

208/230VAC 

Input Voltage Range

 108-132VAC

216-264VAC 

Frequency

60 Hz

60 Hz 

Battery

4000mA hour, 1.2V, 'D' cell NiCAD
(user replaceable)

Output Voltage 

380 VDC minimum 

Output Power 

28.7W seconds

Operating Temp

- 40° to +131° F

Humidity Tolerance 

 0-97% w/o condensation 

Case Material

20 Gauge CRS

Mounting 

Surface

Weight

 3.2 lbs. 

Agency Approval

UL Recognized 

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