The 190-CPS40D starter is a coordinated protected starter from Allen-Bradley which lacks a trip unit. It belongs to the Bulletin 190 range of products from Allen-Bradley, which is a family of modular products designed to protect motors from the damage caused by short circuits. The Bulletin 190 starter systems help to reduce process and machine downtime and to increase productivity and effectiveness. When a trip unit is added to the 190-CPS40D starter, the complete protected starter can be used for motor protection. A wide range of trip units are provided by Allen-Bradley for integration with the 190-CPS40D starter. The 190-CPS40D starter is rated for 110 Volts at 50 Hertz and 120 Volts at 60 Hertz.
The environmental specifications for the 190-CPS40D starter include a -25 to 70 degrees Celsius storage temperature range, a -25 to 60 degrees Celsius operating temperature when it is open, and a -25 to 40 degrees Celsius operating temperature when it is enclosed. The peak recommended altitude for installation is 3000 meters. The heat loss rating for the starter is 23 Watts. The rated insulation voltage and continuous current are 690 Volts and 42 Amps, respectively. Trip units that are compatible with the 190-CPS40D starter provide an adjustable thermal trip current range of a minimum of 0.4 Amps and a maximum of 42 Amps, and an adjustable magnetic trip current range of 5 Amps minimum and 500 Amps maximum. The individual trip units weigh 0.48 pounds. The trip units compatible with the 190-CPS40D starter have a short circuit trip tolerance of ±20%. The trip unit residual error depends on temperature: it is less than 10% at 60 degrees Celsius and is less than 5% at 40 degrees Celsius.
Repair Services for 190-CPS40D
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