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Will trip open on overload, even when forcibly held in the ON position. This prevents the operator from damaging the circuit by holding on the protector.
The operating handle moves positively to the OFF position on overload.
IAG/IUG/IEG/CEG/LEG protectors operate in temperatures between –40° C to +85° C.
Not less than 100 megohms at 500 volts DC.
IAG/IUG/IEG/CEG/LEG protectors withstand 3750Vac, 60Hz for 60 seconds between all electrically isolated terminals, except auxiliary switch terminals shall withstand 600Vac, 60Hz for REG and REC types. Four terminal dual coil and relay construction (not offered in the IEG) will withstand 1500Vac.
Operating as a switch, the operating life exceeds 10,000 operations at a rate of 6 per minute when tested as follows: 6000 OPS @ rated current plus 4000 OPS @ at no load.
.050-50 amperes; 80Vdc Max., 240Vac Max., 50/60Hz and .050-30 amperes: 250Vac Max., 400Hz. Units above 30 amps are not suitable for across-the-line motor starting.
When supplied shall be SPDT configuration. Non VDE approved switches have a maximum UL rating of 10.0 amperes, 250 volts, 60Hz; 3.0 amperes, 50 volts DC, 1 amperes, 80 volts DC (REC) type or 0.1 amperes, 125 volts, 60Hz. (REG type). VDE approved switches have a maximum UL rating of 10.0 amperes, 250 volts, 60Hz, 1 amperes, 80 volts DC (REG type); or 0.1 amperes, 125 volts, 60Hz (REG type); or 0.1 amperes, 125 volts, 60Hz (REG type).
Meets all the requirements of MIL-PRF-55629 when tested in accordance with Method 106 of MIL-STD-202.
Salt Spray (Corrosion)
Meets the requirements of MIL-PRF-55629 when tested in accordance with Method 101 of MIL-STD-202.
Circuit protectors shall not trip when tested per MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test Condition I with 100% rated current applied to delayed units, except 90% current in plane 4 (i.e., handle down). Instantaneous units shall have 80% rated current applied in all planes.
Series, shunt, relay and series with auxiliary switch available in various delays and combinations.
Circuit protector shall not trip when vibrated per MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Test Condition A with 100% rated current applied to delayed units and 80% rated current to instantaneous units.
IEG is VDE approved under VDE 0642 (EN60934). The IEG has 8mm creepage and clearance between the main circuit and the following areas:
A. Operator accessible area around the handle.
B. The mounting inserts or brackets.
C. The auxiliary switch circuit.
D. Between poles.
Care must be taken to maintain spacings at the terminals when wired. The VDE approval for standard terminals is not for use with bare wire. A crimp type lug is required. In addition, all VDE approved units will be in compliance with specific CE Directives. These units will be marked as CE Compliant.
UL1500 (Marine Ignition Protected)
IDG/IDGH is approved for Marine Ignition Protection
The CEG is dimensionally the same as the popular IEG, but provides UL listing to UL489A. Available in one to three poles, in series, series with auxiliary switch, shunt, dual coil and voltage trip configurations. As a circuit breaker, the CEG provides communication equipment manufacturers with a UL listed circuit breaker in a very compact package that meets the stringent environmental requirements of today’s marketplace. This makes the CEG ideal for switching, transmission and wireless applications.
The LEG is dimensionally the same as the popular IEG, but provides UL listing to UL489. Available with one or two poles, in series, series with auxiliary switch, shunt and three-terminal dual coil configurations. As a circuit breaker, the LEG provides equipment manufacturers with a UL listed magnetic hydaulic circuit breaker in the most compact package available on the market.