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Overload Relays

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Overload Relays
Overload Relays
Overload relays are electrical devices designed to offer reliable protection for motors in the event of overload or phase failure.

These types of relays are used to protect against a running overcurrent that would cause overheating in a motor. Instead of instantaneous trip characteristics found in circuit breakers, fuses and overcurrent relays, overload relays monitor current over time.

Thermal overload relays have a bimetallic strip that bends when heated to a set temperature. When excessive current heats the relay to that setpoint, the contactor de-energizes and interrupts power to the motor.

Electronic overload relays use electronics to constantly monitor current, instead of relying on heat to trip a contact coil. These relays often offer adjustable current ranges, protect against phase loss, and can automatically reset.

Overload relays are marked by Class (Class 10, 20 and 30), which indicates the response time of the relay.

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  • Bimetallic Amb. Compensated
  • Convertible Manual/Auto Reset
  • Setting Ranges Up To 310 Amps
  • Tripping Class 10A
  • UL; CSA Approvals
TA Series thermal overload relays are used in conjunction with ABB A Line contactors for the protection of motors having a nominal voltage of up to 600 VAC max per UL/CSA (690VAC and 800VDC per IEC). These relays are built to be self-protecting in the event of an overload until the short circuit protection device is activated.
  • Trip Indication
  • Optional Remote Trip/Reset
  • Single Phase and Unbalance Protection
  • Variety of Accessories Available
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  • Continuous Temperature Compensation
  • 50/60 Rated D.C. Frequency
  • 690V Rated Insulation
  • Class J Fuse Type
  • Trip Class 10
  • 3 Poles
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  • Overload protection- trip class 10.
  • Phase loss sensitivity.
  • Adjustable current setting for overload protection.
  • Trip-free mechanism.
Thermal overload relays are economic electromechanical protection devices for the main circuit. They are used mainly to protect motors against overload and phase failures. Starter combinations are setup together with contactors.
  • Direct mounting onto mini contactors or block contactors.
  • Suitable for three- and single- phase application
  • Automatic or manual reset selectable.
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  • Overload protection trip class 10
  • Phase loss sensitivity
  • Temperature compensation from -20 to 60 C (-14 to 140F)
  • Adjustable current setting for overload protection
  • Automatic or manual reset selectable
  • Suitable for three- and single-phase application
  • Trip-free mechanism
  • Status indication
  • STOP and TEST function
  • Direct mounting onto block contactors
  • Sealable operating elements
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  • Overload protection trip class 10E, 20E, 30E selectable
  • Adjustable current setting for overload protection
  • Temperature compensation from -25 +70 C
  • Automatic or manual reset selectable
  • Phase loss sensitivity
Electronic overload relays offer reliable protection in case of overload and phase-failure. They are the alternative to thermal overload relays. Motor starters are combinations of overload relays and ontactors.
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  • Overload protection trip class 10E, 20E, 30E selectable
  • Adjustable current setting for overload protection
  • Temperature compensation from -25 +70 C
  • Automatic or manual reset selectable
  • Phase loss sensitivity
Electronic overload relays offer reliable protection in case of overload and phase-failure. They are the alternative to thermal overload relays. Motor starters are combinations of overload relays and contactors.
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  • Overload protection trip class 10
  • Phase loss sensitivity
  • Temperature compensation from -20 to 60 C (-14 to 140F)
  • Adjustable current setting for overload protection
  • Automatic or manual reset selectable
  • Suitable for three- and single-phase application
  • Trip-free mechanism
  • Status indication
  • STOP and TEST function
  • Direct mounting onto block contactors
  • Sealable operating elements
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