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40A AC220V Adjustable Voltage Relay
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Last updated: 2018-08-07 01:46
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General

Applications

Used in home and villa  single-phase control system, when the power supply is abnormal(voltage too high  or too low), cut off the power to protect electrical equipment from damage.


Features:

Built-in microprocessor, true RMS measurement,voltage measurement accuracy ≤1%.Knob setting, LED indicator shows working status. Use(magnetic latching)relay to achieve products low-power. DIN-rail mounting.


Model description


Technical parameters

Rated supply voltage

Ac220V

Rated supply frequency

50/60HZ

Contact Configuration capacity(A)

32A、40A、63A、80A/Resistive

Maximum load power

7kVA(40A)、13 kVA(63A)、17    kVA(80A)

Over-voltage action value

36T:225~265V(Knob setting)

Over-voltage reset value

Over-voltage action value*(97%)

under-voltage action value

36T:165~215V(Knob    setting)

under-voltage reset value

Under-voltage action value*(103%)

Action delay

36T:0.1s~10s(Knob setting)

Power on delay

36T:0.3s~30s(Knob setting)

Reset delay

36T:0.3s~30s(Knob setting)

Voltage measurement error

≤1%

Delay error

±10%+0.1s

Knob setting accuracy

±1V

Rated insulation voltage

415V

P Class

IP20

Class of pollution

Electrical Life

105

Mechanical life

106

Altitude

≤2000m

Allowable relative humidity

≤50%(40 oC)(No condensation)

DIN rail Standard

(width)35mm(IEC/EN60715)


Function diagram


Dimensions(mm)

Wiring diagram



Typical applications


Ordering instructions

Model signifivance:

ZHRV2-36G/40A automatic reset over-voltage/under-voltage protector, current 40A, with automatic reset function of over-voltage and under-voltage.


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