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BETA Protecting
Residual Current
Protective Devices 2

2/2 Product overview

2/3 5SM3 RCCBs, type A


Instantaneous
SIGRES
Super resistant
Selective

2/9 SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal


current-sensitive type B
RCCBs, super resistant
RCCBs, selective
RCBOs, super resistant
RCBOs, selective

2/14 Additional components

2/17 5SM2 RC units, type A


Instantaneous
Super resistant
Selective

2/22 5SU1 RCBOs, type A


Instantaneous
Super resistant
Selective

2/31 Busbars

2/34 5SM1 and 5SZ9 RCCB socket outlets

2/35 Accessories

2/36 Residual-current operated circuit


breakers

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Residual Current Protective Devices
2 Product overview

Overview
Devices Page Field of application Standards Used in

Non-residential

Residential
buildings

buildings
Industry
5SM3 RCCBs, type A 2/3 Personnel, material and fire protection, IEC/EN 61008
as well as protection against direct
contact. SIGRES with active
condensation protection for use in
harsh environments. Super resistant
and selective versions

SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal 2/9 SIQUENCE, the technology of universal VDE 0664-100
current-sensitive type B current-sensitive residual current VDE 0664-200
protective devices

Additional components 2/14 Remote controlled mechanisms, IEC/EN 62019


auxiliary switches for all residual current
operated circuit breakers.
Leakage current measurement device
for fault locating and the optimum
selection of RCCBs
5SM2 RC units, type A 2/17 The freely selectable combination of RC IEC/EN 61009
units with miniature circuit breakers
permits the flexible configuration of
RCBO combinations

5SU1 RCBOs, type A 2/22 The ideal protection combination for all IEC/EN 61009
electrical circuits thanks to this compact
version offering RCCB and MCB in a
single device

Busbars 2/31 Busbars in 10 and 16 m2 save space in --


the distribution board and time during
mounting.

5SM1 and 5SZ9 RCCB socket outlets 2/34 For retrofitting in existing VDE 0664
installations

Accessories 2/35 Locking devices, covers - everything --


you need for mounting

10000
10 mA 30 mA Residual-current operated circuit 2/36 This section tells you all you need to --
ms breakers know about RCCBs in combination with
t
2000 miniature circuit breakers, such as
1000 tripping characteristics, selectivity and
500
1 2 3 breaking capacity
200
100
50

20
0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 20 50 100

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5SM3 RCCBs, type A
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Overview Benefits
RCCBs of type A are used in all systems up to 240/415 V AC. Instantaneous RCCBs with the N connection on the left-hand
They trip in the event of both sinusoidal AC residual currents and side enable simple bus-mounting with standard pin busbars
pulsating DC residual currents. with miniature circuit breakers installed on the right-hand side
RCCBs with a rated residual current of maximum 30 mA are used Instantaneous RCCBs with the N connection on the right-hand
for personnel, material and fire protection, as well as for additional side can be bus-mounted with MCBs using a special pin busbar
protection against direct contact. RCCBs with a rated residual Instantaneous devices have a surge current withstand capability
current of 10 mA are primarily used in areas that represent an with current waveform 8/20 s of more than 1 kA, super resistant
increased risk for personnel. of more than 3 kA and selective of more than 5 kA. This ensures
safe operation
Since DIN VDE 0100-410 came into effect in June 2007, all
socket outlet current circuits up to 20 A must now also be fitted SIGRES has an extremely long service life due to patented
with residual current protective devices with a rated residual active condensation protection and the same dimensions for
current of max. 30 mA. This also applies to outdoor electrical fast and simple exchange of already installed instantaneous
circuits up to 32 A for the connection of portable equipment. RCCBs
Devices with a rated residual current of maximum 300 mA are Super resistant devices increase plant availability, as
used as preventative fire protection in case of insulation faults. unnecessary tripping is prevented in systems with short-time
RCCBs with a rated residual current of 100 mA are primarily glitches
used outside Europe. Selective RCCBs increase plant availability, as in the event of
a fault, a staggered tripping time enables the selective tripping
SIGRES of series-connected RCCBs
SIGRES RCCBs were developed for use in harsh ambient conditions, Auxiliary switches or remote controlled mechanisms are also
such as swimming baths, as protection against chlorine and available as additional components
ozone, in the agricultural sector (ammonia), on building sites The operating handle and the test button can be locked by
and in the chemical industry (nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide, means of a handle locking device.
solvents), in the food processing industry (hydrogen sulfide) and
in unheated rooms (dampness). The patented active condensation
protection requires the infeed from below with the RCCBs Design Selection
switched off. criterion
RCCB RCBO RC unit
Super resistant
RCCB RCBO RC unit
Super resistant (short-time delayed) RCCBs meet the maximum
permissible break times for instantaneous devices. However, by
implementing a short-time delay they prevent unnecessary Type Equipment circuit,
trippings, and thus plant faults, when pulse-shaped leakage load current,
currents occur as is the case when capacitors are switched on. AC A B residual current

Selective
Version System, equipment,
Can be used as upstream group switch for selective tripping
contrary to a downstream, instantaneous or super resistant K S SIGRES 500 V 50- 400 Hz ambient conditions
RCCB.

Number of poles
Equipment
1+N 2 3 3+N 4

Rated residual current In


Installation
protection objective
regulation
VDE 0100-410
-530
Additional Trip conditions Fire
-7xx
protection limited In protection
-482
In 30 mA In 300 mA

Rated current In Equipment

Only with RCBOs with Trip conditions acc.


MCB characteristic to VDE 0100-410
B C D Equipment
I2_15509

Selection aid for determining a suitable residual current protective device

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2 5SM3 RCCBs, type A

Technical specifications
Instantaneous SIGRES Super resistant Selective
Standards IEC/EN 61008-1 (VDE 0664-10); IEC/EN 61008-2-1 (VDE 0664-11);
IEC/EN 61543 (VDE 0664-30)
Approved acc. to IEC 61008-1, IEC 61008-2-1; DIN EN 61008-1, DIN EN 61008-2-1
Surge current withstand capability
With current waveform 8/20 s Acc. to DIN VDE 0432-2 kA >1 >3 >5
Minimum operational voltage for test function operation V AC 100
Terminal conductor cross-sections
For 2 MW At In = 16 A, 25 A, 40 A mm2 1.0 ... 16
At In = 100 A, 125 A mm2 1.5 ... 50 -- -- --
For 2.5 MW At In = 63 A, 80 A mm2 1.5 ... 25
For 4 MW At In = 25 A, 40 A, 63 A, 80 A mm2 1.5 ... 25
At In = 125 A mm2 2.5 ... 50 -- -- 2.5 ... 50
Terminal tightening torque
Up to In = 80 A Nm 2.5 ... 3.0
At In = 100 A, 125 A Nm 3.0 ... 3.5 -- -- 3.0 ... 3.5
Mains connection Top or bottom Bottom Top or bottom
Mounting position Any
Degree of protection Acc. to EN 60529 IP20, with connected conductors
(VDE 0470-1)
Touch protection Acc. to EN 50274 Finger and back-of-hand safe
(VDE 0660-514)
Service life Test cycle according to Switching > 10 000
IEC/EN 61008 cycles
Storage temperature C -40 ... +75
Ambient temperature C -25 ... +45,
-25
Marked with
Resistance to climate Acc. to IEC 60068-2-30 28 cycles (55 C; 95 % rel. humidity)
CFC and silicone-free Yes

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5SM3 RCCBs, type A
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Selection and ordering data
Rated residual Rated current Max. permissible MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
current short-circuit per PU P. unit per PU
back-up fuse approx.
In In 10 000

mA A A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCCBs, type A
instantaneous
1P+N; 125 ... 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
N connection, right
10 16 63 2 A 5SM3 111-6 007 1 1 0.230
30 16 63 2 A 5SM3 311-6 007 1 1 0.230
25 } 5SM3 312-6 007 1 1 0.230
40 } 5SM3 314-6 007 1 1 0.230
63 100 2.5 A 5SM3 316-6 007 1 1 0.320
80 B 5SM3 317-6 007 1 1 0.320
Up to 40 A 100 2 B 5SM3 318-6KK 007 1 1 0.245
125 B 5SM3 315-6KK 007 1 1 0.245
100 25 63 2 B 5SM3 412-6 007 1 1 0.230
40 B 5SM3 414-6 007 1 1 0.230
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 416-6 007 1 1 0.300
80 B 5SM3 417-6 007 1 1 0.300
100 125 2 B 5SM3 418-6KK 007 1 1 0.245
125 B 5SM3 415-6KK 007 1 1 0.245
300 25 63 2 A 5SM3 612-6 007 1 1 0.210
40 A 5SM3 614-6 007 1 1 0.210
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 616-6 007 1 1 0.280
63 A and 80 A
80 B 5SM3 617-6 007 1 1 0.280
100 125 2 B 5SM3 618-6KK 007 1 1 0.245
125 B 5SM3 615-6KK 007 1 1 0.245

N connection, left
N
10 16 63 2 B 5SM3 111-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
30 16 63 2 B 5SM3 311-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
25 B 5SM3 312-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
40 B 5SM3 314-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
100 A and 125 A:
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 316-6KL 007 1 1 0.310
100 40 63 2 B 5SM3 414-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 416-6KL 007 1 1 0.310
300 25 63 2 B 5SM3 612-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
40 B 5SM3 614-6KL 007 1 1 0.280
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 616-6KL 007 1 1 0.310

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


N connection, right
30 25 100 4 } 5SM3 342-6 007 1 1 0.500
40 } 5SM3 344-6 007 1 1 0.500
63 } 5SM3 346-6 007 1 1 0.500
80 A 5SM3 347-6 007 1 1 0.500
100 N } 5SM3 348-6 007 1 1 0.538
125 125 A 5SM3 345-6 007 1 1 0.500
Up to 80 A 100 40 100 4 A 5SM3 444-6 007 1 1 0.460
63 A 5SM3 446-6 007 1 1 0.460
100 N } 5SM3 448-6 007 1 1 0.538
125 125 B 5SM3 445-6 007 1 1 0.480
300 25 100 4 A 5SM3 642-6 007 1 1 0.440
40 A 5SM3 644-6 007 1 1 0.440
63 A 5SM3 646-6 007 1 1 0.440
80 A 5SM3 647-6 007 1 1 0.440
100 N } 5SM3 648-6 007 1 1 0.538
125 125 A 5SM3 645-6 007 1 1 0.480
100 A and 125 A 500 25 100 4 B 5SM3 742-6 007 1 1 0.440
40 A 5SM3 744-6 007 1 1 0.440
63 A 5SM3 746-6 007 1 1 0.440
100 N } 5SM3 748-6 007 1 1 0.538
125 125 A 5SM3 745-6 007 1 1 0.480

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Residual Current Protective Devices


2 5SM3 RCCBs, type A

Rated residual Rated current Max. permissible MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
current short-circuit per PU P. unit per PU
back-up fuse approx.
In In 10 000

mA A A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCCBs, type A
Instantaneous
3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
N connection, left
30 25 100 4 B 5SM3 342-6KL 007 1 1 0.500
40 } 5SM3 344-6KL 007 1 1 0.500
63 B 5SM3 346-6KL 007 1 1 0.500
80 B 5SM3 347-6KL 007 1 1 0.500
300 25 100 4 B 5SM3 642-6KL 007 1 1 0.440
40 B 5SM3 644-6KL 007 1 1 0.440
63 B 5SM3 646-6KL 007 1 1 0.440
80 B 5SM3 647-6KL 007 1 1 0.440
RCCBs, type A
Instantaneous, special versions
1P+N; 24 ... 125 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
30 16 63 2 B 5SM3 311-6KK13 007 1 1 0.280

3P+N; 500 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


30 25 63 4 B 5SM3 352-6 007 1 1 0.500
40 B 5SM3 354-6 007 1 1 0.500
63 B 5SM3 356-6 007 1 1 0.500
300 25 63 4 B 5SM3 652-6 007 1 1 0.440
40 B 5SM3 654-6 007 1 1 0.440
63 B 5SM3 656-6 007 1 1 0.440

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 400 Hz


30 25 80 4 B 5SM3 342-6KK03 007 1 1 0.500
40 B 5SM3 344-6KK03 007 1 1 0.500

RCCBs, type A
SIGRES instantaneous
1P+N; 125 ... 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
30 25 63 2 B 5SM3 312-6KK12 007 1 1 0.230
40 B 5SM3 314-6KK12 007 1 1 0.230
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 316-6KK12 007 1 1 0.320
80 B 5SM3 317-6KK12 007 1 1 0.320

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


30 25 100 4 B 5SM3 342-6KK12 007 1 1 0.500
40 B 5SM3 344-6KK12 007 1 1 0.500
63 B 5SM3 346-6KK12 007 1 1 0.500
80 B 5SM3 347-6KK12 007 1 1 0.500
300 40 100 4 B 5SM3 644-6KK12 007 1 1 0.440
63 B 5SM3 646-6KK12 007 1 1 0.440

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Residual Current Protective Devices
5SM3 RCCBs, type A
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Rated residual Rated current Max. permissible MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
current short-circuit per PU P. unit per PU
back-up fuse approx.
In In 10 000

mA A A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCCBs, type A
SIGRES, selective
3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
300 63 100 4 B 5SM3 646-8KK12 007 1 1 0.440

RCCBs, type A
Super resistant
1P+N; 125 ... 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
30 25 63 2 B 5SM3 312-6KK01 007 1 1 0.230
40 B 5SM3 314-6KK01 007 1 1 0.230
63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 316-6KK01 007 1 1 0.320
300 63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 616-6KK01 007 1 1 0.320

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


30 25 100 4 B 5SM3 342-6KK01 007 1 1 0.500
40 B 5SM3 344-6KK01 007 1 1 0.500
63 B 5SM3 346-6KK01 007 1 1 0.500
300 40 100 4 B 5SM3 644-6KK01 007 1 1 0.492
63 B 5SM3 646-6KK01 007 1 1 0.491
80 B 5SM3 647-6KK01 007 1 1 0.493

RCCBs, type A
Selective
1P+N; 125 ... 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
100 63 100 2.5 B 5SM3 416-8 007 1 1 0.300
300 40 50 2 B 5SM3 614-8 007 1 1 0.250
63 100 2.5 A 5SM3 616-8 007 1 1 0.280
80 100 B 5SM3 617-8 007 1 1 0.320

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


N connection, right
100 40 100 4 B 5SM3 444-8 007 1 1 0.460
63 B 5SM3 446-8 007 1 1 0.460
300 40 100 4 A 5SM3 644-8 007 1 1 0.440
63 A 5SM3 646-8 007 1 1 0.440
125 125 A 5SM3 645-8 007 1 1 0.480
500 125 125 4 B 5SM3 745-8 007 1 1 0.480
1000 63 100 4 A 5SM3 846-8 007 1 1 0.515
Up to 80 A
N connection, left
300 63 100 4 B 5SM3 646-8KL 007 1 1 0.440

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2 5SM3 RCCBs, type A

Dimensional drawings
RCCB up to 80 A

1 N 1 N 1 3 5 N

45
90
T T T

I2_07860c
2 4 6 N
2 N 2 N

36 45 72 44
7 64

1P+N 1P+N 3P+N


2 MW 2.5 MW 4 MW

RCCBs 100 and 125 A

1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 7/N


1 N

87
45
88
45

I2_07830a
I2_12856a

2 N 2/L1 4/L2 6/L3 8/N

72 44
36 44 7 65
7 65 68
70

1P+N, 2 MW 3P+N, 4 MW

Schematics
1 N 1 3 5 N 1 3 5 N
I2_13636

I2_13639
I2_13637

2 N 2 4 6 N 2 4 6 N
1P+N 3P+N 3P+N
up to 80 A 100 A, 125 A
N connection, right

N 1 3 5
I2_13638

N 2 4 6

N connection, left
Note:
The infeed for SIGRES devices must be from below at terminals
2, 4, 6 and N.

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BETA Protecting
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Residual Current Protective Devices
SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal
current-sensitive type B
2
Overview Benefits
Frequency converters, medical devices and UPS systems are Universal current-sensitive residual current protective devices
seeing increasing use in industry. Smooth DC residual currents detect not only AC residual currents and pulsating DC residual
or currents with low residual ripple may occur in the event of currents, but also smooth DC residual currents, thus ensuring
faults on these devices. the desired protective function with all types of residual current
Type A residual current protective devices are unable to detect The tripping characteristic is adapted to the increase of leakage
these smooth DC residual currents. Furthermore, such smooth DC currents at higher frequencies in systems with capacitive
residual currents make Type A devices increasingly insensitive to impedances and results in increased operating safety.
AC residual currents and pulsating DC residual currents. If a The RCBO is a compact device for up to 125 A. It provides not
fault occurs, there is therefore no tripping and the desired only personnel, property and fire protection but also overload
protective function is no longer assured. and short-circuit protection for cables. This enables great
savings on wiring and installation costs.
Universal current-sensitive residual current protective devices of
Type B have an additional transformer, which is supplied with a
control signal. It is therefore possible to evaluate the change of the
transformer's operating range caused by smooth DC residual
currents, thus ensuring the desired protective function.
The devices in this series are designed as residual current operated
circuit breakers (RCCBs) up to 80 A and as residual current
circuit breakers with integral overcurrent protection (RCBOs) for
100 A or 125 A in Characteristics C or D.

Technical specifications
RCCBs RCBO
5SM3 5SU1
Standards IEC/EN 61008-1 (VDE 0664-10); IEC/EN 61009-1
VDE 0664-100; (VDE 0664-20);
IEC/EN 61543 (VDE 0664-30); VDE 0664-200;
IEC 62423 IEC/EN 61543
(VDE 0664-30);
IEC 62423
Versions 1P+N 3P+N 4P
Tripping characteristic -- -- C, D
Surge current withstand capability with
current waveform 8/20 s acc. to
DIN VDE 0432-2
Super resistant kA >3 >3 >3
Selective kA -- >5 >5
Minimum operational voltage for V AC 150 150 150
test function operation
Rated voltages Un V AC 230 400 400, 480
Rated frequency Hz 50 ... 60
Rated currents In A 16, 25, 40, 63 25, 40, 63, 80 100, 125
Rated residual currents In mA 30, 300, 500
Rated switching capacity
Im A 800 --
Icn kA -- 10
Conductor cross-sections
Solid and stranded mm2 1.5 ... 25 6 ... 50
Finely stranded, with end sleeve mm2 1.5 ... 16 6 ... 35
Terminal tightening torques for all devices Nm 2.5 ... 3.0 3.0 ... 3.5
Mains connection Either top or bottom
Mounting position Any
Degree of protection acc. to EN 60529 IP20
(VDE 0470-1)
Touch protection acc. to EN 50274 Finger and back-of-hand safe
(VDE 0660-514)
Service life, electrical and mechanical; > 10 000 switching cycles
(test cycle acc. to regulations)
Storage temperature C -40 ... +75
Ambient temperature C -25 ... +45, -25
Marked with
Resistance to climate acc. to 28 cycles (55 C; 95 % rel. humidity)
IEC 60068-2-30
CFC and silicone-free Yes

I 2t characteristic curves, see page 2/28.

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Residual Current Protective Devices (Type B)

2 SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal


current-sensitive type B

Selection and ordering data


Rated residual Rated current Max. permissible MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
current short-circuit per PU P. unit per PU
back-up fuse approx.
In In 10 000

mA A A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B
super resistant
1P+N; 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
N
30 16 100 4 A 5SM3 321-4 015 1 1 0.590
25 A 5SM3 322-4 015 1 1 0.590
40 A 5SM3 324-4 015 1 1 0.588
63 A 5SM3 326-4 015 1 1 0.591
300 16 100 4 A 5SM3 621-4 015 1 1 0.600
25 A 5SM3 622-4 015 1 1 0.600
40 A 5SM3 624-4 015 1 1 0.591
63 A 5SM3 626-4 015 1 1 0.586

3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


30 25 100 4 A 5SM3 342-4 015 1 1 0.600
40 A 5SM3 344-4 015 1 1 0.600
63 A 5SM3 346-4 015 1 1 0.600
80 B 5SM3 347-4 015 1 1 0.600
300 25 100 4 } 5SM3 642-4 015 1 1 0.520
40 A 5SM3 644-4 015 1 1 0.520
63 A 5SM3 646-4 015 1 1 0.520
80 B 5SM3 647-4 015 1 1 0.520
500 63 100 4 B 5SM3 746-4 015 1 1 0.520
80 B 5SM3 747-4 015 1 1 0.520

SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B


selective
3P+N; 230 ... 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
300 63 100 4 B 5SM3 646-5 015 1 1 0.520
80 B 5SM3 647-5 015 1 1 0.520
500 63 100 4 B 5SM3 746-5 015 1 1 0.520
80 B 5SM3 747-5 015 1 1 0.520

SIQUENCE RCBOs, type B


super resistant ,
rated switching capacity 10 kA
4P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
Characteristic C
30 100 11 B 5SU1 374-7AK81 017 1 1 2.050
125 B 5SU1 374-7AK82 017 1 1 2.050
300 100 11 B 5SU1 674-7AK81 017 1 1 2.050
125 B 5SU1 674-7AK82 017 1 1 2.050
Characteristic D
30 100 11 B 5SU1 374-8AK81 017 1 1 2.050
300 100 11 B 5SU1 674-8AK81 017 1 1 2.050

4P; 480 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


Characteristic C
300 100 11 B 5SU1 674-7CK81 017 1 1 2.050
125 B 5SU1 674-7CK82 017 1 1 2.050

SIQUENCE RCBOs, type B


selective ,
rated switching capacity 10 kA
4P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
Characteristic C
300 125 11 B 5SU1 674-7BK82 017 1 1 1.950
Characteristic D
300 100 11 B 5SU1 674-8BK81 017 1 1 1.950

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BETA Protecting
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Residual Current Protective Devices
SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal
current-sensitive type B
2
Dimensional drawings
1 N 1 3 5 N

45
90

4 5
9 0
T T
I2_13972

2 N 2 4 6 N

I2 _ 1 2 4 2 9
72 44 7 2 4 4
7 64 7 6 4

SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B


1P+N, 4 MW 3P+N, 4 MW

70
198 7 44
I2_13622

45
90 max 67

SIQUENCE RCBOs, type B


4P, 11 MW

Schematics
1 N 1 3 5 N Y1 Y2 1 3 5 7
I2_13973

T I2_13766
I2_13765

2 N
2 4 6 N 2 4 6 8

SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B SIQUENCE RCCBs, type B SIQUENCE RCBOs, type B


1P+N, 4 MW 3P+N, 4 MW 4P, 11 MW

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Residual Current Protective Devices (Type B)

2 SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal


current-sensitive type B

More information
Device setup Method of operation
Universal current-sensitive protective devices are based on a The universal current-sensitive residual current protective
pulse-current-sensitive circuit-protection device with tripping devices work independent of the supply voltage compliant with
independent of supply voltage, supplemented with an auxiliary current requirements in Germany for type A according to
unit for the detection of smooth DC residual currents. DIN VDE 0664-100.
The diagrams below show the basic design.
A voltage supply is required solely for the detection of smooth
The summation current transformer W1 monitors the electrical DC residual currents by a second transformer. This is imple-
system for AC and pulse current-type residual currents. The mented over all system cables and is dimensioned so that the
summation current transformer W2 detects the smooth DC electronics still reliably trip even with a voltage reduction to 50 V.
residual currents and, in the event of a fault, relays the tripping
command through electronic unit E to release A, which uses the This ensures tripping for smooth DC residual currents, as long as
mechanics to disconnect the circuit. such residual current waveforms can occur, even in the event of
faults in the electrical power supply, e.g. an N-conductor break.
This means that the pulse-current-sensitive switch part, which
1 3 5 N
trips regardless of line voltage, will still reliably trigger the
tripping operation even in the highly unlikely event that two
M
outer conductors and the neutral conductor fail if the remaining
intact outer conductor presents a fire hazard due to a ground fault.

A
The residual current protective devices of type B are suitable
n W1 for use in three-phase current systems upstream of input circuits
with rectifiers. They are not intended for use in DC systems and
innetworks with operating frequencies other than 50 or 60 Hz.

n
W2 RCBOs are a combination of an RCCB and a miniature circuit
T breaker for up to 125 A in a single compact device.
E
It thus provides not only personnel, property and fire protection
but also overload and short-circuit protection for cables. The
mechanics of the RCCB act on the tripping unit of the miniature
I2_13608a
circuit breaker, which disconnects the circuit.
2 4 6 N
Protective effect at high frequencies
In addition to the described residual current waveforms (AC
Design of RCCBs
residual currents, pulsating and smooth DC residual currents),
AC residual currents with a wide range of frequencies may also
1 3 5 7 occur on electronic equipment such as rectifiers in frequency
converters or computer tomographs a well as at the outgoing
M LS terminal of a frequency converter.
Requirements for frequencies up to 2 kHz are defined in the device
regulations DIN VDE 0664-100.
A
n W1
To date, only limited statements can be made with regard to the
risk of ventricular fibrillations (up to 1 kHz) for frequencies higher
than 100 Hz. No reliable statements can be made on any further
W2 effects of thermal or electrolytic influence on the human organism.
n
T For this reason, protection against direct contact is only possible
E
for frequencies up to 100 Hz.
For higher frequencies, protection against indirect contact must
be implemented under consideration of the frequency response
I2_13609b of the residual current protective device, the maximum permissible
2 4 6 8 touch voltages up to 50 V and permissible grounding resistance
derived from this information.
Design of RCBOs

M Mechanics of the RCCB


MCB Miniature circuit breaker component
A Release
E Electronics for tripping in the event of smooth DC residual currents
n Secondary winding
W1 Summation current transformer for detection of sinusoidal residual
currents
W2 Summation current transformer for detection of smooth DC residual
currents
T Test equipment

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SIQUENCE 5SM3, 5SU1 universal
current-sensitive type B
2
Versions It is not permitted to branch electrical circuits with these types of
electrical loads after pulse-current-sensitive residual current
Super resistant protective devices (type A):
Short-time delayed tripping in the case of transient leakage
currents. High surge current withstand capability: > 3 kA.
230/400 V AC,
Selective : 3-phase
Can be used as upstream group switch for selective tripping
contrary to a downstream, instantaneous or super resistant
RCCB.
Configuration
DIN VDE 0100-530 "Selection of protective devices" also describes Wh
the configuration of systems with residual current protective devices.
EN 50178 (DIN VDE 0160) "Equipping power installations with
electronic equipment" describes, among other things, how to
select the type of residual current protective device suitable. Type
When configuring and installing electrical installations, electrical AC/A
loads that can generate smooth DC residual currents in the event n 300 mA S
of a fault must be assigned a separate electrical circuit with a
universal current-sensitive residual current protective device
(type B).
Type Type
230/400 V AC, AC/A B
3-phase n 100 mA n 30 mA

I2_13611a
Wh

Type
AC/A
S
n 300 mA

Type Type
AC/A B
n 100 mA 30 mA
n
I2_13610a

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Overview Benefits
Auxiliary switches (AS) signal the contact position of the RCCB. Using captive brackets, the remote controlled mechanism can
be attached (or retrofitted) to the right-hand side of the basic
Remote controlled mechanisms are used for the remote ON/OFF device without the need for tools
switching of RCCBs. They also enable local manual switching.
A blocking function permits maintenance work. A tripped RCCB Bus systems, such as instabus KNX, AS-Interface bus or
must be acknowledged prior to switching back on. PROFIBUS, can be integrated in the communication over
binary inputs
The leakage current measurement device detects the leakage
The leakage current measurement device enables the systematic
currents like the circuit breaker thus providing a direct statement
selection of the rated residual current, thus preventing the
as to the current loading of the RCCB. It is used to measure leakage
inadvertent tripping of RCCBs.
currents up to 300 mA. This requires a voltmeter with an internal
resistance more than 1 M/V and a measuring range for AC
voltages of Urms = 1 mV to 2 V V. For the fault-free operation of
an RCCB, the measured leakage current should be no greater
than 1/3 of the rated residual current.

Technical specifications
Auxiliary switches (AS) Auxiliary switches (AS)
5SW3 30. 5SW3 330
Standards IEC/EN 62019 (VDE 0640)
Approved acc. to IEC 62019; EN 62019
Terminals
Conductor cross-section mm2 0.75 ... 2.5
Tightening torques Nm 0.6 ... 0.8
Short-circuit protection B6 or C6 or gL/gG 6 A fuse
Min. contact load 50 mA/24 V
Max. contact load
230 V AC, AC-12 A 6 5
230 V AC, AC-14 A 3.6 --
220 V DC, DC-12 A 1 0.5

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Additional components
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Selection and ordering data
Version MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
Auxiliary switches (AS)
for 5SM3 RCCBs up to 80 A
1 NO + 1 NC 0.5 } 5SW3 300 008 1 1/10 0.042
2 NC 0.5 C 5SW3 301 008 1 1/10 0.042
2 NO 0.5 A 5SW3 302 008 1 1/10 0.042

Auxiliary switches (AS)


for 5SM3 RCCBs up to 100 ... 125 A, 3P+N
1 NO + 1 NC 0.5 B 5SW3 330 008 1 1 0.040

Remote controlled mechanisms (RC)


For 5SM3 RCCBs up to 80 A
Rated voltage Un = 230 V AC 3.5 B 5ST3 051 027 1 1 0.395

Leakage current measurement devices


Rated voltage Un = 500 V AC; 4 B 5SM1 930-0 008 1 1 0.430
50 ... 60 Hz; 4P
Rated residual current In = 0 ... 300 mA
Rated current In = 63 A

Covers for connection terminals


For residual current operated circuit breakers up
to 80 A, sealable (2 units in plastic bag)
I2_13711a

2 A 5SW3 010 008 1 1/50 0.003


2.5 A 5SW3 011 008 1 1/50 0.004
4 A 5SW3 008 008 1 1/50 0.006

Locking devices
For RCCBs up to 80 A, sealable and lockable
4.5 mm lock hasp diameter B 5SW3 303 008 1 1 0.008

Padlocks
For 5SW3 303 locking device } 5ST3 802 027 1 1 0.027
Locking devices with padlock
Comprising 5SW3 303 locking device and B 5SW3 312 008 1 set 1 set 0.035
5ST3 802 padlock

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Dimensional drawings
Auxiliary switches (AS) Auxiliary switches (AS)
for RCCBs for 5SM3 up to 80 A for RCCBs for 5SM3, 100 A, 125 A, 3P+N

45
87
45
90

I2_07862b
I2_07861d

9 43
9 44 6 60
7 64

Remote controlled mechanism Leakage current measurement device


I2_12624a

1 3 5 N

45
90
45
90

I2_07843c
2 4 6 N
44
63 6 73 72 44
74 7 55

Schematics
Auxiliary switches (AS) Auxiliary switches (AS)
for RCCBs for 5SM3 up to 80 A for RCCBs for 5SM3, 100 A, 125 A, 3P+N
21 13 21 11 23 13 23 11

22 14 22 12 24 14 24 12
1 NO + 1 NC 2 NC 2 NO 1 NO + 1 NC

Remote controlled mechanism Leakage current measurement device


1 3 5 N
M
V 1 M/V
P N 1 2 3 2 4 6 N
I2_07078a
I2_12337a

ON OFF

More information
Gossen-Metrawatt offers suitable test devices for RCCB function
tests and for testing protective measures.
Information is available at:
Gossen-Metrawatt GmbH
Thomas-Mann-Str. 16-20
D-90471 Nuremberg
Tel. +49 (0) 9 11/86 02-111
Fax +49 (0) 9 11/86 02-777
http://www.gmc-instruments.com
e-mail: info@gmc-instruments.com

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5SM2 RC units, type A
2
Overview Benefits
RC units of type A can be used in all systems up to Our wide variety of RC unit types and comprehensive range of
240/415 V AC. They trip in the event of both sinusoidal AC fault miniature circuit breakers offer a huge spectrum of combinations
currents and pulsating DC residual currents. for all applications
RCCBs with a rated residual current of maximum 30 mA are All devices have surge current withstand capability of more
used for personnel, material and fire protection, and for than 1 kA, thus ensuring safe and reliable operation
additional protection against direct contact. All additional components for miniature circuit breakers can
be retrofitted on the right-hand side
Devices with a rated residual current of maximum 300 mA are
used as preventative fire protection in case of insulation faults. All 100 A and 125 A RC units offer external remote tripping
over terminals Y1/Y2. This supports implementation of central
RC units are combined with miniature circuit breakers with OFF circuits
characteristics A, B, C and D, provided that these are available
in the MCB range. The two components are simply plugged Both components can be simply plugged into each other and
together without the need for any tools. secured with captive metal brackets no tools required. This
saves considerable time when mounting.
They then form a combination of RCCB and MCB for personnel,
fire and line protection.
Super resistant
Super resistant (short-time delayed) RC units satisfy the maximum
permissible break times for instantaneous devices. However, by
implementing a short-time delay they prevent unnecessary
trippings, and thus plant faults, when pulse-shaped leakage
currents occur as is the case when capacitors are switched on.
Selective
Can be used as upstream group switch for selective tripping
contrary to a downstream, instantaneous or super resistant
RCCB.
The dimensioning of the rated residual current depends on the
size of the plant.

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2 5SM2 RC units, type A

Technical specifications
5SM2
Standards IEC/EN 61009-1 (VDE 0664-20), IEC/EN 61009-2-1 (VDE 0664-21),
IEC/EN 61543 (VDE 0664-30)
Approved acc. to EN 61009-1, EN 61009-2-1; IEC 61009-1, IEC 61009-2-1
Surge current withstand capability
With current waveform 8/20 s Acc. to DIN VDE 0432-2
Instantaneous kA >1
Super resistant kA >3
Selective kA >5
Minimum operational voltage for
test function operation
Up to In = 63 A, 2 and 3-pole V AC 195
Up to In = 63 A, 4-pole V AC 100
Up to In = 80 ... 100 A V AC 100
Rated voltage Un V AC 230 ... 400
Rated frequency fn Hz 50 ... 60
Rated currents In A 0.3 ... 16; 0.3 ... 40; 0.3 ... 63; 80 ... 100
Rated residual currents In mA 10, 30, 100, 300, 500, 1000
Terminal conductor cross-sections
Up to In = 63 A mm2 1.5 ... 25
Up to In = 80 ... 100 A mm2 6.0 ... 50
Terminal tightening torque Nm 2.5 ... 3.0
Mains connection Either top or bottom
Mounting position Any
Degree of protection Acc. to EN 60529 (VDE 0470-1) IP20, with connected conductors
Touch protection Acc. to EN 50274 (VDE 0660-514) Finger and back-of-hand safe
Service life Test cycle acc. to DIN/EN 61009 > 10 000 switching cycles
Storage temperature C -40 ... +75
Ambient temperature C -25 ... +45, -25
Marked with
Resistance to climate Acc. to IEC 60068-2-30 28 cycles (55 C; 95 % rel. humidity)
CFC and silicone-free Yes

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Selection and ordering data
Rated residual Rated current MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
current per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
In In
mA A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RC units, type A
Instantaneous
For 5SY miniature circuit breakers,
but not for 5SY5 and 5SY6 0..
2P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz
10 0.3 ... 16 2 B 5SM2 121-6 007 1 1 0.180
30 0.3 ... 40 } 5SM2 322-6 007 1 1 0.170
300 A 5SM2 622-6 007 1 1 0.170
30 0.3 ... 63 A 5SM2 325-6 007 1 1 0.170
100 B 5SM2 425-6 007 1 1 0.170
300 B 5SM2 625-6 007 1 1 0.170
500 B 5SM2 725-6 007 1 1 0.170

3P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


30 0.3 ... 40 3 A 5SM2 332-6 007 1 1 0.260
300 A 5SM2 632-6 007 1 1 0.260
30 0.3 ... 63 B 5SM2 335-6 007 1 1 0.260
100 B 5SM2 435-6 007 1 1 0.260
300 B 5SM2 635-6 007 1 1 0.260
500 B 5SM2 735-6 007 1 1 0.260

4P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


30 0.3 ... 40 3 } 5SM2 342-6 007 1 1 0.290
300 } 5SM2 642-6 007 1 1 0.290
30 0.3 ... 63 A 5SM2 345-6 007 1 1 0.290
100 B 5SM2 445-6 007 1 1 0.290
300 A 5SM2 645-6 007 1 1 0.290
500 A 5SM2 745-6 007 1 1 0.290

For 5SP4 miniature circuit breakers


2P; 125 ... 230 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz
30 80 ... 100 3.5 B 5SM2 327-6 007 1 1 0.410
300 B 5SM2 627-6 007 1 1 0.410

4P; 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


30 80 ... 100 5 B 5SM2 347-6 007 1 1 0.630
300 A 5SM2 647-6 007 1 1 0.630

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Rated residual Rated current MW DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight


current per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
In In
mA A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RC units, type A
Super resistant
For 5SY miniature circuit breakers,
but not for 5SY5 and 5SY6 0..
2P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz
30 0.3 ... 40 2 B 5SM2 322-6KK01 007 1 1 0.350
30 0.3 ... 63 B 5SM2 325-6KK01 007 1 1 0.350

3P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


30 0.3 ... 40 3 B 5SM2 332-6KK01 007 1 1 0.365
30 0.3 ... 63 B 5SM2 335-6KK01 007 1 1 0.365

4P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


30 0.3 ... 40 3 B 5SM2 342-6KK01 007 1 1 0.290
30 0.3 ... 63 B 5SM2 345-6KK01 007 1 1 0.290

RC units, type A
Selective
For 5SY miniature circuit breakers,
but not for 5SY5 and 5SY6 0..
2P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz
300 0.3 ... 40 2 A 5SM2 622-8 007 1 1 0.170
300 0.3 ... 63 B 5SM2 625-8 007 1 1 0.170

3P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


300 0.3 ... 63 3 B 5SM2 635-8 007 1 1 0.260
500 B 5SM2 735-8 007 1 1 0.400
1000 B 5SM2 835-8 007 1 1 0.260

4P, 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


300 0.3 ... 63 3 A 5SM2 645-8 007 1 1 0.290
500 A 5SM2 745-8 007 1 1 0.400
1000 A 5SM2 845-8 007 1 1 0.290

For 5SP4 miniature circuit breakers


2P; 125 ... 230 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz
300 80 ... 100 3.5 B 5SM2 627-8 007 1 1 0.410

4P; 230 ... 400 V AC, 50 ... 60 Hz


300 80 ... 100 5 A 5SM2 647-8 007 1 1 0.630
1000 A 5SM2 847-8 007 1 1 0.630

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Dimensional drawings
RC units for 5SY

45
90
I2_08434a
2 4 6 2 4 6 8

36 54 54 6,3 44

10
71 106,5 124 64
2P 3P 4P

RC units for 5SP4


63 90

Y1 Y2 Y1 Y2
90
45

90
45
T T
I2_06671d

I2_06672d
2/1 4/3 2/1 4/3 6/5 8/7
135

180
44 44
7 64 7 64

2P 4P

Schematics
RC units for 5SY
1 3(N) 1 3 5 1 3 5 7(N)

I2_13640b I2_13642b
2/1 4/3 2 4 I2_13641b
2/1 4/3 6/5 2 4 6 2/1 4/3 6/5 8/7 2 4 6 8

2P 3P 4P

RC units for 5SP4


Y1 Y2 1 3(N) Y1 Y2 1 3 5 7(N)

I2_13643b 2 4
2/1 4/3 I2_13644b 2/1 4/3 6/5 8/7 2 4 6 8

2P 4P

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2 5SU1 RCBOs, type A

Overview
RCBOs are a combination of an RCCB and a miniature circuit In order to implement this protection, we recommend the national
breaker in a compact design for personnel, fire and line protection. use of RCBOs with 30 mA.
For personnel and fire protection, the residual current part of the
type A trips in the event of sinusoidal AC residual currents and Assignment to each individual branch circuit helps prevent the un-
pulsating DC residual currents. wanted tripping of fault-free circuits induced by the accumulation
of operation-related leakage currents or by transient current
RCBOs with a rated residual current of maximum 30 mA are pulses during switching operations.
used for personnel, material and fire protection, as well as for
protection against direct contact. RCBOs with a rated residual Additional components of the 5SY miniature circuit breakers can
current of 10 mA are primarily used in areas that represent an be mounted at the side and carry out additional functions.
increased risk for personnel and the outdoor installations of For further details on additional components, please refer to the
residential buildings. chapter "Miniature circuit breakers".
Devices with a rated residual current of maximum 300 mA are RCBOs comprise one part for fault-current detection and one
used as preventative fire protection in case of insulation faults. part for overcurrent detection. They are equipped with a delayed
The MCB part of the RCBO protects lines against overload and overload/time-dependent thermal release (thermal bimetal) for
short circuits and is available in characteristics B and C. low overcurrents and with an instantaneous electromagnetic
release for higher overload and short-circuit currents.
Since DIN VDE 0100-410 came into effect in June 2007, all
socket outlet current circuits up to 20 A must now also be fitted The special contact materials used guarantee a long service life
with residual current protective devices with a rated residual and offer a high degree of protection against contact welding.
current of max. 30 mA. This also applies to outdoor electrical
circuits up to 32 A for the connection of portable equipment.

Benefits

For all versions For all 125 A versions


Clear and visible conductor connection in front of the busbars The RCBOs offer external remote tripping over terminals
that can be easily checked Y1/Y2. This supports implementation of central OFF circuits.
Large and easily accessible wiring space enables easy
insertion of conductor in the terminals.
The surge current withstand capability of more than 1 kA
ensures safe and reliable operation
All additional components for miniature circuit breakers can
be retrofitted on the right-hand side.
For all 10 kA versions up to 40 A
Integrated movable terminal covers located at the cable entries
ensure the terminals are fully insulated when the screws are
tightened. The effective touch protection when grasping the
device considerably exceeds the requirements of BGV A3.
The RCBOs can be quickly and easily removed from the
assembly by hand if connections need to be changed. This
saves time if parts need to be replaced because the busbars
no longer need to be freed from the adjacent miniature circuit
breakers.

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Technical specifications
Up to 40 A 125 A
Standards IEC/EN 61009-1 (VDE 0664-10), IEC/EN 61009-2-1 (VDE 0664-11)
IEC/EN 61543; VDE 0664-30
Certifications IEC 61009-1, IEC 61009-2-1; EN 61009-1, EN 61009-2-1
Rated voltages Un V AC 125 ... 230 400
Rated frequency fn Hz 50 ... 60
Rated currents In A 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40 125
Rated residual currents In mA 10, 30, 300 30, 300, 1000
Rated switching capacity kA 6, 10 10
Energy limitation class 3 --
Surge current withstand capability
With current waveform 8/20 s Acc. to DIN VDE 0432-2
Instantaneous kA >1
Super resistant kA >3 --
Selective kA >5
Terminal conductor cross-sections
Solid and stranded mm2 0.75 ... 35 6 ... 50
Finely stranded with end sleeve mm2 0.75 ... 25 6 ... 35
Terminal tightening torque Nm 2.5 ... 3.0 3.0 ... 3.5
Mains connection Top or bottom
Mounting position Any
Degree of protection Acc. to EN 60529 IP20, with connected conductors
(VDE 0470-1)
Touch protection Acc. to EN 50274 Finger and back-of-hand safe
(VDE 0660-514)
Service life Test cycle acc. to Switching > 10 000
IEC/EN 61009 cycles
Storage temperature C -40 ... +75
Ambient temperature C -25 ... +45, -25
Marked with
Resistance to climate Acc. to IEC 60068-2-30 28 cycles (55 C; 95 % rel. humidity)
CFC and silicone-free Yes

Selection and ordering data


Tripping characteristic B Tripping characteristic C
Rated Rated MW DT Order No. Price PG DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
residual current per PU per PU P. unit per PU
current approx.
In In
mA A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCBOs, type A
Instantaneous
1P+N; 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
6 000
3

30 6 2 A 5SU1 356-6KK06 011 A 5SU1 356-7KK06 011 1 1 0.260


8 -- B 5SU1 356-7KK08 011 1 1 0.260
10 A 5SU1 356-6KK10 011 } 5SU1 356-7KK10 011 1 1 0.260
13 B 5SU1 356-6KK13 011 A 5SU1 356-7KK13 011 1 1 0.260
16 } 5SU1 356-6KK16 011 } 5SU1 356-7KK16 011 1 1 0.260
20 B 5SU1 356-6KK20 011 B 5SU1 356-7KK20 011 1 1 0.260
25 B 5SU1 356-6KK25 011 A 5SU1 356-7KK25 011 1 1 0.260
32 B 5SU1 356-6KK32 011 B 5SU1 356-7KK32 011 1 1 0.260
40 B 5SU1 356-6KK40 011 B 5SU1 356-7KK40 011 1 1 0.260
300 6 2 B 5SU1 656-6KK06 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK06 011 1 1 0.260
10 B 5SU1 656-6KK10 011 A 5SU1 656-7KK10 011 1 1 0.260
13 B 5SU1 656-6KK13 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK13 011 1 1 0.260
16 B 5SU1 656-6KK16 011 A 5SU1 656-7KK16 011 1 1 0.260
20 B 5SU1 656-6KK20 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK20 011 1 1 0.260
25 B 5SU1 656-6KK25 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK25 011 1 1 0.260
32 B 5SU1 656-6KK32 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK32 011 1 1 0.260
40 B 5SU1 656-6KK40 011 B 5SU1 656-7KK40 011 1 1 0.260

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Tripping characteristic B Tripping characteristic C


Rated Rated MW DT Order No. Price PG DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
residual current per PU per PU P. unit per PU
current approx.
In In
mA A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCBOs, type A
Instantaneous
1P+N; 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
10 000
3

10 6 2 B 5SU1 154-6KK06 011 B 5SU1 154-7KK06 011 1 1 0.260


10 B 5SU1 154-6KK10 011 B 5SU1 154-7KK10 011 1 1 0.260
13 B 5SU1 154-6KK13 011 B 5SU1 154-7KK13 011 1 1 0.260
16 B 5SU1 154-6KK16 011 } 5SU1 154-7KK16 011 1 1 0.260
30 6 2 B 5SU1 354-6KK06 011 } 5SU1 354-7KK06 011 1 1 0.260
8 -- B 5SU1 354-7KK08 011 1 1 0.260
10 B 5SU1 354-6KK10 011 } 5SU1 354-7KK10 011 1 1 0.260
13 B 5SU1 354-6KK13 011 B 5SU1 354-7KK13 011 1 1 0.260
16 } 5SU1 354-6KK16 011 } 5SU1 354-7KK16 011 1 1 0.260
20 B 5SU1 354-6KK20 011 B 5SU1 354-7KK20 011 1 1 0.260
25 B 5SU1 354-6KK25 011 B 5SU1 354-7KK25 011 1 1 0.260
32 B 5SU1 354-6KK32 011 B 5SU1 354-7KK32 011 1 1 0.260
40 B 5SU1 354-6KK40 011 B 5SU1 354-7KK40 011 1 1 0.260
300 6 2 B 5SU1 654-6KK06 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK06 011 1 1 0.260
10 B 5SU1 654-6KK10 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK10 011 1 1 0.260
13 B 5SU1 654-6KK13 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK13 011 1 1 0.260
16 B 5SU1 654-6KK16 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK16 011 1 1 0.260
20 B 5SU1 654-6KK20 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK20 011 1 1 0.260
25 B 5SU1 654-6KK25 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK25 011 1 1 0.260
32 B 5SU1 654-6KK32 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK32 011 1 1 0.260
40 B 5SU1 654-6KK40 011 B 5SU1 654-7KK40 011 1 1 0.260

2P; 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


10 000
3

30 6 3 B 5SU1 324-6FA06 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA06 011 1 1 0.403


10 } 5SU1 324-6FA10 011 } 5SU1 324-7FA10 011 1 1 0.403
13 B 5SU1 324-6FA13 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA13 011 1 1 0.403
16 } 5SU1 324-6FA16 011 } 5SU1 324-7FA16 011 1 1 0.403
20 B 5SU1 324-6FA20 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA20 011 1 1 0.403
25 B 5SU1 324-6FA25 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA25 011 1 1 0.403
32 B 5SU1 324-6FA32 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA32 011 1 1 0.403
40 B 5SU1 324-6FA40 011 B 5SU1 324-7FA40 011 1 1 0.403

2P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


10 000

30 125 6.5 B 5SU1 324-6KK82 011 B 5SU1 324-7KK82 011 1 1 0.930


300 125 B 5SU1 624-6KK82 011 B 5SU1 624-7KK82 011 1 1 0.930

4P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


10 000

30 125 11 B 5SU1 344-6KK82 011 B 5SU1 344-7KK82 011 1 1 1.900


300 125 B 5SU1 644-6KK82 011 B 5SU1 644-7KK82 011 1 1 1.900

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2
Tripping characteristic B Tripping characteristic C
Rated Rated MW DT Order No. Price PG DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
residual current per PU per PU P. unit per PU
current approx.
In In
mA A Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCBOs, type A
Super resistant
1P+N; 230 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
10 000
3

30 10 2 -- B 5SU1 354-7VK10 011 1 1 0.260


16 -- B 5SU1 354-7VK16 011 1 1 0.260
20 -- B 5SU1 354-7VK20 011 1 1 0.260
25 -- B 5SU1 354-7VK25 011 1 1 0.260

RCBOs, type A
Selective
2P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
10 000

300 125 6.5 B 5SU1 624-6WK82 011 B 5SU1 624-7WK82 011 1 1 0.930

4P; 400 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz


10 000

300 125 11 B 5SU1 644-6WK82 011 B 5SU1 644-7WK82 011 1 1 1.900

Version DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight


per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
Handle couplers for additional components
For mounting the additional components: auxiliary switches, fault } 5ST3 805-1 027 1 set 1 set 0.008
signal contacts, shunt trips and undervoltage releases onto
5SU1 RCBOs, you require a handle coupler (1 set = 5 units).
Note:
The same additional components are used for RCBOs as for
miniature circuit breakers. See chapter "Miniature Circuit Breakers".
5ST3

or or or

AS FC AS AS AS FC
FC FC FC AS
5SU1

or or or
I2_13658b

RCBO RC ST AS FC AS AS AS FC
FC FC FC AS
RCBO: Residual current
operated circuit breaker
with integral overcurrent
protection or or or
RC: Remote-controlled
operating mechanism
UR: Undervoltage release
ST: Shunt trip UR AS FC AS AS AS FC
AS: Auxiliary switch FC FC FC AS
FC: Fault signal contact

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2 5SU1 RCBOs, type A

Dimensional drawings

45
90
I2_13650a

36 54 44
7 70
1P+N, 2P,
up to 40 A up to 40 A

70
117 198 7 44

45
90
I2_13649a

max 67
2P, 4P,
125 A 125 A

Handle coupler

I2_12121a
5,2
4,2

17,9
26

Schematics
1 N 1 3
I2_13645a

I2_13646a

2 N 2 4
1P+N, 2P,
up to 40 A up to 40 A

Y1 Y2 1 3 Y1 Y2 1 3 5 7(N)
I2_13648a
I2_13647a

2 4 2/1 4/3 6/5 8/7(N)


2P, 4P,
125 A 125 A

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5SU1 RCBOs, type A
2
Characteristic curves
Tripping characteristics according to EN 61009-1 (VDE 0664 Part 20)
Tripping characteristic B Tripping characteristic C

1.13 1.45 1.13 1.45


120 I2_13653
120 I2_13652

60 60
40 40
Tripping time

Tripping time
20 20
Minutes

Minutes
10 10
6 6
4 4
2 2
1 1
40 40
20 20
10 10
6 6
4 4
2 2
1 1
Seconds

Seconds
0.6 0.6
0.4 0.4
0.2 0.2
0.1 0.1
0.06 0.06
0.04 0.04
0.02 0.02
0.01 0.01
1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 15 20 30 1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 15 20 30
Multiple of rated current Multiple of rated current

Line protection mainly in outlet circuits; no proof required regarding personal General line protection, especially advantageous with higher starting currents
safety. (lamps, motors, etc.)

If the ambient temperature is not 30 C, the current values of the In this case an additional correction factor, specific to the rated
delayed tripping operation change by approx. 5 % per 10 K current of the RCBOs, must be taken into account.
temperature difference > for temperatures lower and < for
temperatures higher than 30 C. Number 1 2 ... 3 4 ... 6 >7
Correction factor K 1.00 0.90 0.88 0.85
If more than one electrical circuit is loaded in a series of RCBOs
or MCBs, the resulting increase in ambient temperature affects
the characteristic curve.
Tripping characteristics at an ambient temperature of 30 C
Tripping characteristic Standards Thermal trips Electromagnetic trips
Test currents: Test currents:
Limiting Minimum Tripping time Hold Latest Tripping time
Test current Test current In 63 A In > 63 A tripping
instant
I1 I2 t I4 I5 t
B IEC 61009-1/EN 61009-1 1.13 In >1h >2h 3 In 0.1 s
VDE 0664 Part 20 1.45 In <1h <2h 5 In < 0.1 s

C 1.13 In >1h >2h 5 In 0.1 s


1.45 In <1h <2h 10 In < 0.1 s

Switching capacity
Particular demands are made on the MCB component of the
RCBO with regard to switching capacity.
The values are standardized and are determined according to
the test conditions of EN 61009-1 (VDE 0664 Part 20).
The most common values are 6 000 and 10 000 .

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2 5SU1 RCBOs, type A
Let-through I2t-values
Rated switching capacity, 5SU1, 6000 A
Characteristic B Characteristic C

102 102

I2_15513
I2_15512
6 6

[kA2 s]
[kA2 s]

4 25/32/40 A 4
20/25/32/40 A
13/16/20 A 13/16 A
2 10 A 2 8/10 A

2
2

6A
101 6A 101 3/4 A
6 2A
6
1,6 A
4 4

2 2

100 100 1A

6 6 0,5 A
4 4

2 2

10-1 10-1
10-1 2 4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8 101 2 4 6 8 102 0,3 A
6
p [kA]
4

10-2
10-2 2 4 6 8 10-1 2 4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8101 2 4 6 8 102
p [kA]

Rated switching capacity, 5SU1, 10 000 A


Characteristic B Characteristic C

102 102

I2_15515
I2_15514

6 25/32/40 A 6 20/25/32/40 A
13/16/20 A 13/16 A
[kA2 s]
[kA2 s]

4 4
10 A 8/10 A
6A
2 2
3/4 A
2
2

6A
101 101 2A
6 6 1,6 A
4 4

2 2
1A
100 100
6 6 0,5 A
4 4

2 2

10-1 10-1
10-1 2 4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8 101 2 4 6 8 102 0,3 A
6
p [kA]
4

10-2
10-2 2 4 6 8 10-1 2 4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8101 2 4 6 8 102
p [kA]

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5SU1 RCBOs, type A
2
Rated switching capacity, 5SU1, 10 000 A
Characteristic B Characteristic D

4 103

I2_15517
I2_16016
100/125 A 6

I2t [kA2s]
I2t [kA2s]

2 80 A
4

102
8 2
6

4 102

6
2
4
100 A
101
8 2
6

4 101
100 2 4 6 8 101 2 4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8 101
Ip [kA] Ip [kA]

Characteristic C

103
I2_15516

6
[kA2 s]

4
2

102

2
100/125 A

101
4 6 8 100 2 4 6 8 101
p [kA]

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Residual Current Protective Devices
2 5SU1 RCBOs, type A

More information
Selectivity of RCBOs/fuses
Distribution systems are usually set up as radial networks. An This produces different selectivity limits for RCBOs with different
overcurrent protection device is required for each reduction of characteristics and rated switching capacity.
the conductor cross-section. This produces a series connection
staggered according to rated currents, which should be "selective" The following tables provide information on the short-circuit currents
if possible. up to which selectivity exists between RCBOs and upstream
fuse according to DIN VDE 0636 Part 21. The values specified in
Selectivity means that, in the event of a fault, only the protective kA are limit values that were determined under unfavorable test
device that is directly next to the fault in the current path is conditions. Under normal practical conditions, you can often
tripped. This means that parallel current paths can maintain a expect considerably better values, depending on the upstream
power flow. fuses.
In the case of RCBOs with upstream fuses, the selectivity
limit depends largely on the current limitation and tripping
characteristics of the RCBO and the melting I2t value of the fuse.
Limit values of selectivity of RCBOs/fuses in kA
Downstream RCBOs Upstream fuses
In [A] 16 A 20 A 25 A 35 A 50 A 63 A 80 A 100 A 125 A
Characteristic B 5SU1 .56 6 0.4 0.7 1.1 2.0 4.1 --
10 -- 0.5 0.75 1.4 2.4 3.4 4.2 --
13 -- 0.45 0.7 1.3 2.0 2.7 3.6 --
16 -- 0.45 0.7 1.3 2.0 2.7 3.6 --
20 -- -- 0.7 1.3 2.0 2.7 3.6 --
25 -- -- -- 1.3 2.0 2.7 3.6 --
32 -- -- -- -- 2.0 2.7 3.6 --
40 -- -- -- -- 1.8 2.7 3.6 --
Characteristic C 5SU1 .56 6 0.35 0.55 0.8 1.5 2.8 4.7 --
8 -- 0.45 0.7 1.4 2.3 3.3 4.2 --
10 -- 0.45 0.7 1.4 2.3 3.3 4.2 --
13 -- 0.4 0.6 1.2 2.0 3.0 3.5 --
16 -- 0.4 0.6 1.2 2.0 3.0 3.5 --
20 -- -- 0.6 1.2 2.0 3.0 3.5 --
25 -- -- -- 1.2 2.0 3.0 3.5 --
32 -- -- -- -- 2.0 2.8 3.5 --
40 -- -- -- -- 1.8 2.8 3.5 --
r rated switching capacity according to EN 61009-1 6 000 .

Characteristic B 5SU1 .54 6 0.45 0.7 1.1 2.2 5.0


10 -- 0.55 0.8 1.5 2.8 4.6 7.0
13 -- 0.5 0.75 1.4 2.3 3.9 6.0
16 -- 0.5 0.75 1.4 2.3 3.9 6.0
20 -- -- 0.75 1.4 2.3 3.9 6.0
25 -- -- -- 1.2 2.0 3.1 4.5 8.0
32 -- -- -- -- 2.0 3.1 4.5 8.0
40 -- -- -- -- 1.8 2.8 4.0 7.0
Characteristic C 5SU1 .54 6 0.4 0.6 0.9 1.7 3.3 6.5
8 -- 0.5 0.8 1.5 2.7 5.0 7.0
10 -- 0.5 0.8 1.5 2.7 5.0 7.0
13 -- 0.5 0.7 1.3 2.3 4.0 5.0
16 -- 0.5 0.7 1.3 2.3 4.0 5.0
20 -- -- 0.6 1.2 2.0 3.2 4.4 8.0
25 -- -- -- 1.2 2.0 3.2 4.4 8.0
32 -- -- -- -- 1.8 2.8 3.6 7.0
40 -- -- -- -- 1.8 2.8 3.6 7.0
r rated switching capacity according to EN 61009-1 10 000 .

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Busbars
2
Overview
4-pole 5SM3 RCCBs are bus-mounted either together or in No further need for time-consuming tasks, such as cutting, cutting
combination with miniature circuit breakers. RCCBs with an to length, deburring, cleaning of cut surfaces and mounting of
N wire connection on the left-hand side facilitate installation end caps.
because normal busbars are used, as those used for miniature
circuit breakers. Any free pins on the busbars can be made safe by covering with
touch protection.
Busbars are available in 10 mm2 and 16 mm2.
If several RCBOs are bus-mounted together, this is implemented
The extremely flexible 5ST3 6 busbar system with fixed lengths with two-phase busbars, which are used as 1+N busbars.
enables installation in any length as the busbars can be over-
lapped.

Benefits
Connection of miniature circuit breakers to 4-pole RCCBs with Connection of miniature circuit breakers to 4-pole RCCBs with
N connection right and three-phase busbar, using busbar N connection left, with three-phase busbar that can be cut. No
specially designed for this application. No cutting or end caps need to stock-keep additional items and busbars that are al-
required. ways available.

Connection of 1P+N RCBOs with two-phase busbar. Bus-mounting of RCCBs on busbar (three-phase +N) that can
No cutting or end caps required. be cut. A proven and frequently used application

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2 Busbars

Technical specifications
5ST3, 5ST2
Standards EN 60439-1 (VDE 0660-500): 2005-01
Busbar material SF-Cu F 24
Partition material Plastic, Cycoloy 3600
Heat-resistant to more than 90 C flame-retardant and self-extinguishing,
dioxin and halogen-free
Rated operational voltage Ue V AC 400
Rated current In
Cross-section 10 mm2 A 63
Cross-section 16 mm2 A 80
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp kV 4
Test pulse voltage (1.2/50) kV 6.2
Rated conditional short-circuit current Icc kA 25
Resistance to climate
Constant atmosphere Acc. to DIN 50015 23/83; 40/92; 55/20
Humid heat Acc. to IEC 68-2-30 28 cycles
Insulation coordination Acc. to IEC 664
(VDE 0110-1)
Overvoltage category III
Degree of pollution 2
Maximum busbar current IS/phase
Infeed at the start of the busbar
- Cross-section 10 mm2 A 63
- Cross-section 16 mm2 A 80
Infeed at the center of the busbar
- Cross-section 10 mm2 A 100
- Cross-section 16 mm2 A 130

Infeed at the busbar end Infeed near the busbar end or at the busbar center
3 2 1 1 2 3

I2_13755 I2_13754a

S S S

The sum of the output current per branch (1, 2, 3 ... n) must not be greater
than the max. busbar current IS/phase

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Busbars
2
Selection and ordering data
Version Pin Length DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
spacing per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
MW mm Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
5ST3 6 busbar systems, fixed lengths,
cannot be cut, fully insulated
For 1 RCCB 4P, N connection right, and 8 MCB 1P
Three-phase 10 mm2 1 210 A 5ST3 624 027 1 10 0.075
Three-phase 16 mm2 1 210 A 5ST3 654 027 1 10 0.114
For 6 RCBOs 1P+N together
Two-phase 10 mm2 210 A 5ST3 608 027 1 10 0.048
Two-phase 16 mm2 210 A 5ST3 638 027 1 10 0.076

5ST3 7 busbar systems, 12 MW,


can be cut, with end caps
For 1 RCCB 4P, N connection right, and 8 MCB 1P
Three-phase 16 mm2 A 5ST3 717 027 1 25 0.150
For 6 RCBO 1P+N
Two-phase 10 mm2 1 216 A 5ST3 734 027 1 1 0.060
Two-phase 16 mm2 1 216 A 5ST3 704 027 1 1 0.060

End caps for 5ST3 7, can be cut


For two-phase busbars } 5ST3 750 027 1 10 0.001
Touch protection
For free connections, yellow (RAL 1004) A 5ST3 655 027 1 10 0.003

Busbars, 12 MW, with fork-type connections,


can be cut, with end caps
For bus-mounting RCCBs together
Three-phase + N, 16 mm2 1 216 A 5ST2 145 027 1 1 0.315

End caps for 5ST3 7, can be cut


For three-phase busbars A 5ST2 156 027 1 10 0.017

Terminals up to 35 mm2 (stranded),


for direct infeed of 5ST2 145 busbar
Side-by-side mounting possible A 5ST2 157 027 1 5 0.030

Dimensional drawings
1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I2_13666

I2_13665
I2_13672

15,2
15,2

L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L1 L2
19

L1 L2

9,2 6,6 7,3


5ST3 624 5ST3 608 5ST3 638
1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I2_13768
I2_13673

14

L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2
19

24,5
10,3

5ST3 654 5ST2 145


Note:
Pin spacing in MW
Dimensions of side views in mm (approx.).

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2 5SM1 and 5SZ9 RCCB socket outlets

Overview
Number of poles Rated current In Rated residual
A current In
mA (Type A)
RCCB protective socket outlets
For mounting onto device box, equipped with RCCB and 2 5 socket outlets 2 16 10, 30
Molded-plastic enclosures, equipped with RCCB and 5 socket outlet 2 16 10

= Type A for AC and pulsating DC residual currents

Application
RCCB protective socket outlets Rated voltage: 230 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
Molded-plastic enclosure equipped with residual current operated For outdoor connection of gardening equipment and socket
circuit breaker and flush-mounting 5 socket outlet or outlets in workshops or for agricultural purposes
flush-mounting 5 double socket outlet Degree of protection IP54 (5SZ9 2.6).
For electric devices where there is a risk of accidental contact
with live parts in the event of damage

Selection and ordering data


Rated residual Rated current DT Order No. Price PG PE PS*/ Weight
current per PU P. unit per PU
In In approx.
mA A 1 Stck Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
RCCB protective socket outlets
RCCB protective socket outlets according
to VDE 0664, for mounting on device
boxes, equipped with residual current
operated circuit breaker and
2 childproof 5 socket outlets
10 16 B 5SM1 920-5 008 1 1 0.500
30 B 5SM1 920-8 008 1 1 0.500

RCCB protective socket outlets according


to VDE 0664, in molded-plastic enclosure,
equipped with residual current operated
circuit breaker and flush-mounted
5 socket outlet
10 16 C 5SZ9 206 008 1 1 0.760
30 C 5SZ9 216 008 1 1 0.760

Dimensional drawings
5SM1 920 RCCB protective socket outlets 5SZ9 2.6 RCCB protective socket outlets
According to VDE 0664, for mounting on device boxes, Molded-plastic enclosures, equipped with RCCB and
equipped with residual current operated circuit breakers and flush-mounting 5 socket outlets.
2 childproof 5 socket outlets.
171,5
180
146

I2_06150e

81
I2_08414a

105 43
119 95
185

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Accessories
2
Accessories
Version DT Order No. Price PG PU PS*/ Weight
per PU P. unit per PU
approx.
Unit(s) Unit(s) kg
Terminal covers, gray
For surface mounting, degree of protection IP40,
sealable, with 35 mm standard mounting rail
Up to 2.5 MW B 5SW3 004 008 1 1 0.084
Up to 4.5 MW B 5SW3 005 008 1 1 0.114

Wall enclosures, gray


For flush mounting, degree of protection IP40,
with 35 mm standard mounting rail
Up to 2.5 MW B 5SW3 006 008 1 1/4 0.126
Up to 4.5 MW B 5SW3 007 008 1 1 0.147

Molded-plastic enclosures, gray


For surface mounting, degree of protection IP54, A 5SW1 200 008 1 1 0.450
sealable, with 35 mm standard mounting rail,
with transparent hinged lid for 4.5 MW

Covers
Can be assembled as mini distribution board, suitable
for all devices, cover parts prepared for rail mounting
of conventional label caps, comprising:
End plates (for snapping onto standard mounting rail) A 5ST2 134 027 1 10 0.022
Angle section (approx. 1 m long) A 5ST2 135 027 1 5 0.330
Flat profile (as a cover between the rows of B 5ST2 136 027 1 5 0.260
devices length approx. 1 m)
Fixing parts
Plastic B 5ST2 201 027 1 1 0.012
4 MW

Inscription labels (white)


15 mm 9 mm, 3 frames with 44 labels each B 5ST2 173 027 1 set 1 set 0.038
any attachment and inscription, self-adhesive

Labeling systems
Inscription on self-adhesive labels for a uniform and tidy appearance in electrical power distribution.
The labeling program can be downloaded to your PC free of charge at:
http://www.siemens.com/beta
Recommended ELAT-3-747 labels for printing out on
normal printers can be ordered at: Brady GmbH
Otto-Hahn-Str. 5-7
D-63222 Langen
Tel.: +49 (0) 61 03/75 98-660

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Residual Current Protective Devices
2 Residual-current operated circuit breakers

Overview
Protection over residual current protective devices It also shows the tripping ranges of the residual current protective
devices with rated residual current 10 mA and 30 mA and the
In the case of "automatic disconnection of the power supply" by max. permissible tripping times according to VDE 0664-10. As
means of a residual current protective device, it is essential that can be seen from the tripping curve, residual current protective
the system components and equipment to be protected are fitted devices do not restrict the level of the fault current, rather they
with an appropriately grounded PE conductor. This means that it have a protective effect due to the fast disconnection of the current,
is only possible for a person to be subjected to a flow of current and thus short contact time.
if two faults occur (in addition to an insulation fault, the interruption
of the PE conductor) or in the event of accidental contact with Areas of impact of alternating current 50/60 Hz on the human body
live parts. 10 mA 30 mA
10000

I2_13979
Additional protection (protection against direct contact) ms
with In 30 mA
t
Direct contact refers to a situation where a person comes into direct
contact with a part that is live under operating conditions. If a 1000
person directly touches live parts, two series-connected resistors
determine the level of the current the internal resistance of the
person Rm and the contact resistance of the location Rst. 1 2 3 4
For a proper assessment of the accident risk, it must be assumed
that the contact resistance of the location is virtually zero 100

The resistance of the human body depends on the current path


and the contact resistance of the skin. Measurements have
shown, for example, that a current path of hand/hand or
hand/foot has a resistance of approx. 1000 . 10
0,1 1 10 100 1000 mA 10000
Based on this assumption, a touch voltage of 230 V would produce
M
a dangerous leakage current of 230 mA. The illustration "Areas
of impact of alternating current 50/60 Hz on the human body" Range 1 : Range 3: M: Leakage
shows the current intensity/contact time curve in reference to the Usually Muscle spasms current
physiological reactions on the human body. The dangerous values not perceptible possible t : Contact
are the current/ contact time values in range 4, as they can trigger time
ventricular fibrillations, which can cause death. Range 2 : Range 4:
No muscle Ventricular fibrillations
spasms may occur

L 1 L 1 L 1
R C C B
R C C B

R C C B

N N N
P E P E P E
R A R A R A

P E c o n d u c to r C o n d u c to rs
D a m a g e d in te rru p te d
in s u la tio n a n d in s u la tio n in te r c h a n g e d
fa ilu r e in th e
e q u ip m e n t
A I2 _ 0 6 1 5 6 b

R S t R S t
R S t

Examples of accidental direct contact

Residual current protective devices with rated residual current


In 10 mA have a tripping characteristic in range 2, i.e. below
the let-go current. There are generally no injurious effects or
muscle spasms (see illustration). They are therefore suitable for
sensitive areas, such as bathrooms.

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Residual-current operated circuit breakers
2
Residual current protective devices with rated residual current Leakage protection (protection against indirect contact)
In 30 mA meet the conditions of additional protection against
electric shock (see illustration): Indirect contact refers to the electric contact of persons with a
conductive part which is not normally live under operating
In the case of accidental direct contact with parts that are live conditions but has become live under fault conditions. In such
under operating conditions (e.g.: failure of the basic insulation, cases, it is essential that the power supply is automatically
improper use, ineffectiveness of the basic protection) disconnected if a fault means that the size and duration of the
In the case of negligence on the part of the user (e.g. use of touch voltage could pose a risk.
defective devices, inexpert repairs to systems and/or For this purpose, residual current protective devices with a rated
equipment) residual current of over 30 mA are also suitable. Compliance
In the case of contact with faulty live parts (e.g. failure of leakage with the trip conditions is essential in order to ensure sufficient
protection in the event of interruption of the protective conductor) protection. Taking into account the grounding resistance and the
The use of residual current protective devices with rated residual rated residual current, the dangerous touch voltage must not
current of up to 30 mA has proven an effective enhanced protection persist for a time sufficient to cause a risk of harmful physiological
in the event of failure of basic protection measures (protection effect in a person.
against direct contact) and/or fault protection measures (protection Fire protection
against indirect contact), as well as in the case of negligence on the
part of the user when handling electrical equipment. However, this DIN VDE 0100-482 requires measures to be taken to prevent
must not be the sole means of protection against electric shock. fires in "Locations exposed to fire hazards" that may result from
This does not replace the need for further protective measures insulation faults. This stipulates that cables and conductors in
as required by DIN VDE 0100-410. TN and TT systems must be protected by means of residual
current protective devices with a rated residual current of
The requirement for "enhanced protection" with residual current In = 300 mA. This does not include mineral-insulated cables
protective devices according to sections 411.3.3 and 415.1 of and busbar systems.
DIN VDE 0100-410 does not mean that the application of this
protection is optional. Rather, it means that this enhanced pro- In the case of applications where resistance-related faults may
tection may be required in relation to external influences and in cause a fire (e.g. ceiling heating with panel heating elements),
specific areas in coordination with further protective measures. the rated residual current must be In = 30 mA.
In several parts of the standards for Groups 4 and 7 of Protection against fires provided by separate residual current
DIN VDE 0100, this additional protection is required or explicitly protective devices should not be solely restricted to locations
recommended. The following explains some of the key exposed to fire hazards, but universally implemented.
requirements.
The general building standard for protection against electric
shock, DIN VDE 0100-410:2007-06 requires the use of residual
current protective devices with rated residual current 30 mA
for
all socket outlets with a rated current of up to 20 A if they are
intended for use by non-experts and for general use.
branch circuits for portable tools and equipment used
outdoors with a rated current up to 32 A.
Note:
While DIN VDE 0100-410:06-2007 specifies two exceptions to
these requirements, these are not generally applicable to the
majority of applications.
The standard does not specify enhanced protection for socket
outlets that are used solely by electrical engineers and persons
with electrical training (e.g. in electrical workshops) or if it is
ensured that the socket outlet is permanently used solely for
"specific equipment".
The standard DIN VDE 0100-723:2005-06, "Requirements for
special installations or locations class-rooms with experimental
equipment" stipulates that, for the supply of experimental equipment
and their circuits, the TN or TT systems must be fitted with residual
current protective devices, type B, with rated residual current
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Application Design and method of operation of residual current protective
devices
Residual current protective devices can be used in all three system
types (DIN VDE 0100-410). The design of residual current protective devices is largely
determined by 3 function groups:
In the IT system, tripping is not required for the first fault as this 1) Summation current transformers for fault-current detection
situation cannot produce any dangerous touch voltages. It is 2) Releases to convert the electrical measured quantities into a
essential that an insulation monitoring device is fitted so that the mechanical tripping operation
first fault is indicated by an acoustic or visual signal and the fault 3) Breaker mechanism with contacts
can be eliminated as quickly as possible. Tripping is not requested
until the 2nd fault. The required compliance with the trip condi- The summation current transformer covers all conductors required
tions of the TN or TT system will depend on how the device is to conduct the current, i.e. also the neutral conductor where
grounded. A residual current protective device is also a suitable applicable.
circuit-protection device, whereby a separate residual current In a fault-free system, the magnetizing effects of the conductors
protective device is required for each piece of current-using through which current is flowing cancel each other out for the
equipment. summation current transformer as the sum of all currents is zero
(as defined in Kirchhoff's current law. There is no residual mag-
TN network
netic field left that could induce a voltage in the secondary
L1 winding.
L2
L3 However, by contrast, if a residual current is flowing due to an
N insulation fault, this destroys the equilibrium and a residual
PEN PE magnetic field is left in the transformer core. This generates a
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RCCB

RCCB

voltage in the secondary winding, which then uses the release


and the breaker mechanism to switch off the electrical circuit
afflicted by the insulation fault.
N PE This tripping principle operates independently of the supply voltage
or an auxiliary power supply. This is also a condition for the high
TN-C TN-S protection level provided by residual current protective devices
according to IEC/EN 61008 (VDE 0664).
This is the only way to ensure that the full protective action of the
TT network residual current protective device is maintained even in the
L1
L2 event of a system fault, e.g. failure of an outer conductor or an
L3 interruption in the neutral conductor.
N
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Test button
RCCB RCCB
All residual current protective devices are equipped with a test
L1 button. Simply press this button to test whether the residual
L2 current protective device is ready to run. Pressing the test button
L3 generates an artificial residual current the residual current
N
protective device must trip.
We recommend testing the functionality when commissioning
PE PE the system and then at regular intervals approx. every six
months.
Furthermore, it is also essential to ensure compliance with the
IT network (conditional) test intervals specified in the pertinent rules and regulations
L1 (e.g. accident prevention regulations).
L2
L3 The minimum operational voltage for operation of the test equipment
I2_06155e is 100 V AC (series 5SM3)1).
1)
RCCB RCCB
For detailed information, see Technical specifications.
3-pole connection
4-pole residual current protective devices can also be operated
PE PE
in 3-pole systems. In this case, connection must be at terminals
1, 3 and 5 and 2, 4 and 6.
Grounding resistances The function of the test equipment is only ensured if a jumper is
When using residual current protective devices in a TT system, fitted between terminals 3 and N.
the maximum grounding resistances (as shown in the following
table) must be complied with, depending on the rated residual L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3
current and the max. permissible touch voltage.
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1 3 5 N 1 3 5 N
Rated residual Max. permissible grounding resistance at a
current max. permissible touch voltage of
In 50 V DC 25 V DC
2 4 6 N 2 4 6 N
10 mA 5000 2500
30 mA 1660 830 3 x 230 V AC + N 3 x 230 V AC
100 mA 500 250 3 x 400 V AC + N 3 x 400 V AC
300 mA 166 83
500 mA 100 50
1A 50 25

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SIGRES RCCB for harsh environmental conditions
Main Sub-distribution board
Our SIGRES RCCBs have been developed for use in environments distribution
with increased pollution gas loads, such as board
RCCB
Indoor swimming pools: chlorine gas atmosphere,
Agriculture: ammoniac, RCCB
S RCCB
Worksite distribution boards, chemical industry: nitrogen
oxides [NOx], sulfur dioxide [SO2]
RCCB
A significant increase in service life is achieved using our patented Selective
active condensation protection. version Instantaneous or super resistant K
When using SIGRES RCCBs, the following points must be observed: Downstream RCCB
The infeed must always be from below, from terminals 2/N or Upstream RCCB or
2/4/6/N. for selective Instantaneous Super resistant
disconnection S version version K
Before carrying out insulation tests on installation systems with
Break time Break time Break time
voltages greater than 500 V, the SIGRES RCCB must be In
at 5 x In
In
at 5 x In at 5 x In
switched off or the cables on the input side (below) must be
100 mA 50 ...150 ms 10 mA or 30 mA 40 ms 20 40 ms
disconnected. 300 mA 10 mA, 30 mA or 100 mA
500 mA 10 mA, 30 mA ,100 mA
Short-time delayed tripping, super resistant 1000 mA 300 mA
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Electrical loads that temporarily produce high leakage currents
when they are switched on (e.g. temporary residual currents 1) For residual current circuit breakers of type AC: < 40 ms.
flowing through interference-suppression capacitors between
outer conductor and PE) may trip instantaneous residual current Versions for 50 400 Hz
protective devices, if the leakage current exceeds the rated
residual current In of the residual current protective device. Due to their principle of operation, the standard versions of residual
Short-time delayed, super resistant residual current protective current protective devices are designed for maximum efficiency
devices can be installed for this type of application, where it is not in 50/60 Hz systems. Product standards and tripping conditions
possible, or only partially possible, to eliminate such interference also refer to this frequency. The sensitivity decreases with
sources. These devices have a minimum tripping delay of 10 ms, increasing frequency. In order to implement an effective
i.e., they should not trip for a residual current pulse of 10 ms. This fault-current protection for applications in systems up to 400 Hz
complies with the maximum permissible break times according (e.g. industry), you need to use suitable devices. This type of
to IEC/EN 61008-1 (VDE 0664-10). The devices have a high residual current protective devices fulfills the tripping conditions
surge current withstand capability of 3 kA. up to the specified frequency and provides the appropriate level
Short-time delayed, super resistant residual current protective of protection.
devices have the identification code . Residual current circuit breaker with left-side N-connection
Selective tripping The fact that the RCCBs are usually located to the left of the
Residual current protective devices normally have an instantaneous miniature circuit breakers, but have their N wire connection on
tripping operation. This means that a series connection of this the right-hand side, interferes with the integrated busbar connection.
type of residual current protective devices does not provide For this reason, when used with miniature circuit breakers, RCCBs
selective tripping in the event of a fault. In order to achieve require a special busbar. In order to enable the use of standard
selectivity for a series connection of residual current protective busbars, 4-pole RCCBs are also provided with their N connection
devices, both the tripping time and the rated residual current of on the left-hand side. This means that it is still possible to install
series-connected devices must be time graded. Selective residual RCCBs to the left of miniature circuit breakers using standard
current protective devices have a tripping delay. busbar connections.
Furthermore, selective residual current protective devices must
have an increased surge current withstand capability of at least
3 kA according to IEC/EN 61008-1 (VDE 0664-10). Siemens
devices have a surge current withstand capability of 5 kA.
Selective residual current protective devices have the identification
code .
The table below shows the time grading options available for
residual current protective devices for selective tripping in series
connection with devices without time delay and super resistant
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Surge current withstand capability Switching capacity, short-circuit strength
During thunderstorms, atmospheric overvoltages in the form of In accordance with the installation regulations DIN VDE 0100-410
traveling waves can penetrate the installations of a system over (protection against electric shock) residual current protective
an overhead system and trip the residual current protective devices can be installed in three system types (TN, TT and
devices. IT systems).
To prevent such inadvertent tripping operations, residual current However, if using the neutral conductor as a protection conductor
protective devices sensitive to power pulse currents must pass in TN systems, a fault may cause residual currents similar to a
specific tests proving its surge current withstand capability. short-circuit. For this reason, residual current protective devices
These tests are carried out using a surge current of the must be installed together with a back-up fuse and have the
standardized surge current wave 8/20 s. appropriate short-circuit strength. Tests have been defined for
this purpose.
% P e a k C h a ra
D IN V
c te
D E
r is tic s
0 4 3 2
o f a c u r r e n t im p u ls e a c c . to
P a rt 2
The short-circuit strength of the combination must be specified
1 0 0
9 0 T S fro n t tim e in s on the devices.
F ro n t T a il T r v ir tu a l tim e to h a lf- v a lu e o n ta il in s Siemens residual current protective devices, together with a
I 0 1 v ir tu a l o r ig in
I m p e a k v a lu e
suitable back-up fuse, have a short-circuit strength of 10 000 A.
This is the highest possible level of short-circuit strength as
5 0
m

specified in the VDE regulations.


I

Data for the rated switching capacity according to IEC/EN 61008,


i.e. the maximum permissible short-circuit back-up fuses for
1 0
I2 _ 0 6 1 6 5 b
residual current protective devices are contained in the following
0 table:
0 1 T S t
T r

Rated current of the Rated switching Maximum permissible


residual current capacity Im acc. to short-circuit back-up
protective device IEC/EN 61008 fuse, LV HRC, DIAZED,
Surge current wave 8/20 s (front time 8 s: time to half-value 20 s) (VDE 0664) with a NEOZED operational
Siemens residual current protective devices of types A and B all grid distance of class gL/gG for residual
35 mm current protective
have a high surge current withstand capability. The following table device
shows the surge current withstand capability of the various
125 ... 500 V AC
versions: 400 V AC
A A A A
Version Surge current withstand
capability Type A
Instantaneous > 1 kA 16 ... 40 2 MW 500 63 --
Short-time delayed, > 3 kA 63 2.5 MW 800 100 --
super resistant 80 2.5 MW 800 100 --
Selective > 5 kA 100 2 MW 1000 125 --
125 2 MW 1250 125 --
25 ... 63 4 MW 800 100 63
80 4 MW 800 100 --
100 4 MW 1000 125 --
125 4 MW 1250 125 --
Type B
25 ... 80 4 MW 800 100 --
Example:
100 A
10 000

Short-circuit strength 10 kA with max. permissible short-circuit


back-up fuse 100 A.

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Types of current
Due to the use of electronic components in household appliances Residual current protective devices that trip for both sinusoidal
and industrial plants, insulation faults can also cause residual AC residual currents and pulsating DC residual currents (type A)
currents that are not AC residual currents to flow through residual are identified by the mark .
current protective devices, even in the case of devices with
PE/ground terminals (Safety Class I). Residual current protective devices that also trip for smooth DC
residual currents (type B) are identified by the mark .
The regulations for residual current protective devices contain
additional requirements and test regulations for residual currents
whose power supply frequency is zero or virtually zero within a
certain period.

Type of current Current Correct function of residual Tripping current1)


waveform current protective devices of type
Type AC Type A Type B

AC residual current 0.5 ... 1.0 In

Pulsating DC residual currents (pos. or neg. half-waves) -- 0.35 ... 1.4 In

Started half-wave currents


Start angle 90 el -- 0.25 ... 1.4 In
Start angle 135 el 0.11 ... 1.4 In

Half-wave current during superimposition with smooth direct current of 6 mA -- Max. 1.4 In + 6 mA

Smooth direct current -- -- 0.5 ... 2.0 In

1)
Tripping currents according to IEC/EN 61008-1 (VDE 0664, Part -10);
for smooth DC residual currents defined to IEC 60755 UB1 INT.
Note:
You will find further information on the subject of residual current
protective devices in the technology primer "Residual current
protective devices", Order No.: E20001-A5660-P420-V1.

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Application
Standards Application Required In Recommended residual current
protective devices
[mA] 5SM. 5SM. SIGRES
(Type A) (Type B)
DIN VDE 0100-410 Socket outlets 20 A and branch circuits for outdoor use 32 A 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-482 Fire protection for particular risks or safety hazard 30, 300 --
DIN VDE 0100-551 Low-voltage generating sets 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-559 Luminaires and lighting installations, display stands for lights 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-701 Rooms with baths or showers, socket outlets in zone 3 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-702 Swimming pools, zone 1 and 2 30 --
DIN VDE 0100-704 Construction and demolition site installations, socket outlet current 30 --
circuits (single-phase operation) up to 32 A
and for hand-held equipment
DIN VDE 0100-705 Agricultural and general horticultural premises 500 --
Socket outlet current circuits 30 --
DIN VDE 0100-706 Conductive areas with limited freedom of movement 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-708 Feeding points for caravan parking spaces, camping sites 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-710 Medical premises, depending on application group 1 or 2 and 30 or --
equipment 300 --
DIN VDE 0100-722 Portable buildings, vehicles, mobile homes for fairgrounds 500 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-723 Classrooms with experiment equipment 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0100-738 Fountains zone 2, general 500 --
Socket outlets in zone 2 30 --
Zones 0 and 1 30 --
DIN VDE 0100-739 Additional protection against direct contact in homes 30 -- --
DIN VDE 0118-100 Mining plants 500 --
EN 50178 Fitting of power installations with electronic equipment General requirements for --
(VDE 0160) correct selection when
using res. current
protection
DIN VDE 0832-100 Traffic signals
Class T1 300 --
Class U1 30 --
BG FE Selection and operation of electrical equipment on worksites
BGI 608 General:
Socket outlet circuits 32 A 30
Socket outlet circuits > 32 A 500
Frequency-controlled equipment:
With plug-and-socket device 32 A 30 -- --
With plug-and-socket device > 32 A 500 -- --
Chemical industry and food processing industries 30 (recommended)

Note:
For reasons of basic fire protection, we recommend a maximum
rated residual current of 300 mA for residual current protective
devices.

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