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Thermal-Magnetic Overcurrent Circuit Breakers 2216-S - 8 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

©i-IM Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breaker 2216-S... One and two pole thermal-magnetic circuit breaker in compact design with slide actuator, trip-free mechanism, various trip characteristics and optional auxiliary contacts. Meets the requirements of the circuit breaker standard EN 60934 Typical applications Protection of AC and DC control circuits in industrial automation applications and buildings, e.g. in the chemical industry, power plants, steel industry and machine construction (machine tools, with socket with socket Ordering information Technical data 2216 thermal-magnetic circuit breaker Mounting method Additional function / accessories Main terminals P1 blade terminals A6.3 x 0.8 with polarising tooth (standard)_ Characteristic curve F1 therm. 1.01 -1.4 x lN; magn. 2-4 x lN (only for DC) Auxiliary contacts SO without auxiliary contact S1 with auxiliary contact Auxiliary contact function Auxiliary contact terminals_ with polarising tooth (standard) Voltage rating Current ratings Standard current ratings and typical internal resistance values Votlage rating Current rating range Auxiliary circuit Typical life Ambient temperature Insulation co-ordingation re-inforced insulation in operating area Dielectric strength operating area main/aux. circuit Insulation resistance Interrupting capacity 10 frequency cycles per axis_ approx. 25 g (per pole with aux. contact)

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Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breaker 2216-S… Time/current characteristics -F1 0.5…6 A DC -F1 8…16 A DC -F2 0,5…6 A 1000 1000 100 100 100 10 1 Trip time in seconds 1000 AC/DC 1) 10000 Trip time in seconds 10000 Trip time in seconds 10000 10 1 10 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.001 0.001 1 8…16 A 40 60 80100 1 AC/DC 1) Trip time in seconds 10 1 100 10 1 1 2 4 6 8 10 20 … times rated current AC/DC 1) 100 10 1 0.01 1 40 60 80100 40 60 80100 0.1 0.001 0.001 20 1000 0.01 0.01 6 8 10 10000 0.1 0.1 4 -M1 8…16 A 1000 100 2 … times rated current 10000 1000 Trip time in seconds 2 4 6 8 10 20 … times rated current...

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©i-TT-^ 2216-S... - Accessories / Socket 80plus Line connection Single pole, with PT connection technology, to accommodate 1- or 2-pole circuit breakers type 2216-S • Push-in design: push the stripped wire (cross section > 0.25 mm2, rigid or with wire end ferrule) into the round hole of the terminal without using a tool • For smaller cable cross sections or flexible wires without wire end ferrule you have to push in the orange push button to open the • For release push in the orange push button with a screw driver. Cable cross section

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©l-TM 2216-S... - Accessories / Socket 80plus Application examples bridging contacts Coding of circuit breaker 2216-S and socket 80plus Remove black coding pin Insert red coding star (accessory part number Y 310 626 01] into the receptacle of the socket see coding table on page "Accessories socket 80/81 plus" Replacing a circuit breaker i Loosen device by slightly pressing on the retaining clip 2 Pull circuit breaker Common line entry cross bridging Series connection of auxiliary contacts individual bridging Parallel connection of auxiliary contacts cross bridging

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©i-TT-^ 2216-S... - Accessories / Socket 81 plus Line connection Single pole, with screw terminals, to accommodate 1- and 2- pole circuit breakers type 2216-S Cable cross section thread size max. cable cross section stripped wire tightening torque - rigid (single-wire or multistrand) - flexible with wire end ferrule: (with and without plastic sleeve) - flexible with TWIN-wire end ferrule: Multi-lead connection (two wires with identical cross section) - rigid (single-wire or multistrand) - flexible with TWIN-wire end ferrule (without plastic sleeve) - flexible with wire end ferrule: (with and without...

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H-TM 2216-S... - Accessories / Socket 81 plus Application examples bridging contacts Coding of circuit breaker 2216-S and socket 81 plus Remove black coding pin Insert red coding star (accessory part number Y 310 626 01] into the receptacle of the socket see coding table on page "Accessories socket 80/81 plus" Replacing a circuit breaker 2 Pull circuit breaker Common line entry cross bridging Series connection of auxiliary contacts individual bridging Parallel connection of auxiliary contacts cross bridging

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\M*\T°/R 2216-S... - Accessories - socket 80/81 plus When using two busbars/jumpers (in both bridge shafts of terminal 1), the max. current capacity is 41 A. When using busbars/jumpers for bridging the aux. contacts (11(a), 12(b) and 14(c)), the max. bridge current is 4 A Coding table highest current current rating lowest current rating Coding example: Avoid hazardous oversize current ratings Your benefit: Coded circuit breakers can no longer be inserted into slots with a lower current rating coding. Coding of circuit breakers and sockets Sockets: Insert coding pins in accordance with coding table...

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