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busbar adapter 500 A, 4-pole (32585)

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Description

Part No.: 32585

EQUES®60Classic

busbar adapter 500 A, 4-pole

185 x 300

N on left side

connection to the system top

for ABB Tmax T5, Allen-Bradley 140G-K

for busbars 12, 15, 20, 25, 30 x 5, 10 and section busbars

System

60Classic

Product group 05
Subgroup 42
pack size 1
EAN 4021267325855
Katalogseite US US 2020 : 3.14
eCl@ss 6.1 27370304
eCl@ss 7.1 27370304
ETIM 4.0 EC001531
ETIM 5.0 EC001531

Approvals

Standards

IEC 61439-1:2011
GB/T 7251.1

Approvals

UL , DNV GL , EAC

for UL feeder circuits >250V

type number: EPC60630-L

EAC Type: EQ

UL file: E123577, UL category (for USA): NMTR http://www.ul.com

UL file: E123577, UL category (for Canada): NMTR7 http://www.ul.com

CCC approval: no certification required

Technical data

Details IEC
Standards
IEC 61439-1:2011
GB/T 7251.1
Electrical data IEC
Rated current (IEC): 500 A
rated voltage (IEC) AC: 690 V
rated isolation voltage Ui AC: 800 V
rated surge voltage Uimp : 6 kV
short-circuit withstandability: the short-circuit capacity of the combination of adapter and MCCB depends on the MCCB
Details UL
Standards
UL 508
for UL feeder circuits >250V
Electrical data UL
rated current (UL): 630 A
rated voltage (UL) AC: 600 V
SCCR unprotected max.: 30 kA
3 cycles (without OPD) @ 600 V AC
SCCR protected max.: 65 kA
SCCR: 65 kA with 140G-K / 480 V AC
65 kA with Tmax T5 / 480 V AC
Mechanical data
W x H x D: 185 x 300 x 35
weight: 360 kg/100
poles: 3-pole+N
for busbars: 12, 15, 20, 25, 30 x 5, 10 and section busbars
Material properties
Body: temperature stability 125°C,
self-extinguishing in acc. to UL 94,
creepage resistance CTI 600,
halogen-free

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Elektrotechnische Systeme
Mönchrödener Str. 10
96472 Rödental

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+49 9563 751 161
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