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Norms and Regulations

All our connectors are electrically interlocked by the pilot contacts. To the right is a typical circuit for the pilot contacts where the pins are loop connected and the female pilot contacts are connected to the operating coil terminals of the switching device. For safety reasons, the pilots are last to connect and first to disconnect. This insures that no disconnection under load can take place. Mechanical interlocking can be provided on request. All materials are made of marine grade aluminium and bronze. All sockets are delivered with a cover. All connectors are manufactured in accordance with NFC 63300 rules.

L3

L1 L2 L3 E

E

PILOT L2

L1

MCCB 400A with Vigi

0+1

L1 L2 L3 Connection

E

1A

Manual motor starter

UVT

PILOT

Panel Housing

Under Voltage Trip

Socket

Plug

Standards we refer to: To ensure our high quality standard the complete product is made out of marine grade aluminium and bronze. All sockets are delivered standard with a cover. All power connectors are made in accordance with NFC 63300 rules.

Cavotec Power Connector confirm to the following standards: NFC 20 040, VDE 0110, NFC 63300 IEC 309-1, CEE 17, BS 4343 IEC 529, DIN 40050, NFC 20010

Standard inter-protection is IP 667 on all our connectors

Standard inter-protection is IP 557 on all our power units The standard max temperature for Cavotec connectors up 1100V is 80C. The high temperature range for Cavotec connectors is available for max 400C. Our High Voltage Push & Pull connectors are tested according to VDE 0432 List 2.

Definition of material criteria

Power supply centre for a welding machine in Aker Shipyard, Finland.

CTI= Cross Tracking Index PPO have a CTI =400 moulded std insulators POM have a CTI >400 < 600 tooled insulators PP have a CTI > 600 moulded insulators for IEC 309-2

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