Full Voltage Contactors, Starters, and Overload Relays

Class 8536

Full Voltage Starters

Factory installed modifications are available for the classes of control equipment listed in the respective tables. Kits are also available for many field modifications and normal parts replacement on most control items. Refer to Classes 9998 and 9999 for complete listings.

NOTES

  • Standard equipment dimensions and enclosure construction may not apply when certain special features are added. Such cases should be referred to the factory, with complete description, when precise dimensions are required.

  • If a UL label is required, consult the Customer Care Center at 1-888-778-2733. Some Forms are not UL Listed.

Full Voltage Starters

 

Factory Modifications

Enclosure Type

Form

Pilot
Devices
in
Cover

Full
Voltage
Non-Reversing
Controllers
Only
Classes
8502
8536
8538
8539

Push Buttons [1]

Start-Stop

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12, 7, & 9

A

Start-Stop (maintained contact) [3] [4]

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12

A16

Start-Stop push button and Hand-Off-Auto selector switch [4]

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12

AC

On-Off [4]

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12

A3

Single oiltight push button (specify marking) [4]

1, 3R, 4, 4X, 12

A11

Selector Switches

Hand-Off-Auto

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12, 7, & 9

C

On-Off [4]

1 [2] , 3R, 4, 4X, 12, 7, & 9

C6

NON-STANDARD markings for Pilot Devices [4]

1, 3R, 4, 12

G12 [5]

Addition of padlock attachment to Class 9001 operators [4]

1, 3R, 4, 12

G122

Pilot Lights (specify color/type) [6] See Table 16.262.

With Operating Interlock: Add price of each interlock per light

1, 3R, 4, 4X, 12

X [7]

Pilot
Devices
in
Cover

Full
Voltage
Reversing
and
Multi-Speed
Controllers
Only
Classes
8702
8736
8738
8739

8810
8811
8812

Push Buttons [1]

Forward-Reverse-Stop [4]

1, 4, 4X, 12, 7, 9

A1

High-Low-Stop [4]

1, 4, 12

A2

Fast-Off-Slow [4]

1, 4, 12

A9

High-Low push button and Hand-Off-Auto selector [4]

1, 4, 12

A10C

Single oiltight push button (specify marking) [4]

1, 4, 4X, 12

A11

Selector Switches

Hand-Off-Auto

1 [2] , 4, 4X, 12, 7, & 9

C

On-Off [4]

1 [2] , 4, 4X 7, & 9

C6

High-Off-Low

1, 4, 12

C7

Forward-Off-Reverse [4]

1, 4, 4X, 12, 7, & 9

C14

High-Low and Hand-Off-Auto [4]

1, 4, 12

CC17

Slow-Fast [4]

1, 4, 4X, 12

C19

Forward-Reverse [4]

1, 4, 4X, 12

C20

High-Low-Off-Auto [4]

1, 4, 12

C25

Non-Standard Markings for Pilot Devices [4]

Any

G12 [5]

Pilot Lights [6]

Available with Operating Interlock

1, 4, 4X, 12

X [7]

Pilot Light Forms

 

Standard

Push-to-Test

LED

LED-Push-to-Test

Form

Form

Form

Form

Red ON

P1 [8]

P21

P51

P42

Red OFF

P71

P81

P91

P43

Red Unwired

P38

P28

P58

P44

Green ON

P72

P82

P92

P45

Green OFF

P2 [8]

P22

P52

P46

Green Unwired

P39

P29

P59

P47

Amber

P3

P23

P53

P63

Clear

P4

P24

P54

P64

Yellow

P35

P25

P55

P48

Blue

P36

P26

P56

P66

White

P37

P27

P57

P67

Red LOW—Green HI

P73

P83

P93

P77

Green LOW—Red HI

P74

P84

P94

P78

Red OFF—Green FWD/REV

P75

P85

P95

P79

Green OFF—Red FWD/REV

P76

P86

P96

P80

Full Voltage Contactors and Starters

Control Circuit, Full Voltage and Multi-Speed Controllers Only

Classes 8502, 8536, 8538, 8539, 8702, 8736, 8738, 8739, 8810, 8811 and 8812

Classes

Factory Modifications

Enclosure
Type

Form

NEMA SIZE

00

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8502

8536

8538

8539

8702

8736

8738

8739

8810

8811

8812

Separate Control Circuit—(specify voltage and frequency)

Any

S [9]

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Fused Control Circuit (without control transformer)

One fuse [10]

1, 3R, 4, 4X, 12

F

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Two fuses [10]

1, 3R, 4, 4X, 7, 9, 12

F4

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Control Circuit Transformers [11]—Standard capacity (50 or 60 Hz)  Note: All orders requesting Form FT will be supplied as Form F4T.

FUSES

Primary

Secondary

2

1

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T

X

X

X

X

X

X

X [12]

X

X

2

1

7 & 9

FF4T

X

X

X

X

X

X

X [12]

X

X

2

2

1, 4, 4X, 12 [10]

F4F10T

X

X

X

X

X

X

X [12]

Additional Capacity (50 or 60 Hz)

Two fuses in primary and one fuse in secondary

100 VA additional capacity

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T11

X

X

X

X

X

X [12]

X [12]

X

X

100 VA additional capacity [10]

7 & 9

FF4T11

X

X

X

X

X

X [12]

X [12]

200 VA additional capacity

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T12

X

X

X

X

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X

X

300 VA additional capacity

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T13

X

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X

X

400 VA additional capacity

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T14

X

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X[12]

X [12]

X [12]

X[12]

500 VA additional capacity

1, 4, 4X, 12

FF4T15

X

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

X [12]

Marine Control

Class

Factory
Modification

Enclosure
Type

Form

8502

8536

8538

8539

8702

8736

8738

8739

8810

8941

Modification of standard device for use as marine control in accordance with UL508 [13]

12/3R

4/4X (stainless steel only)

M10

Control Circuit Transformer Codes

AC-Operated Devices
With Control Transformers

Voltage

Code

60 Hz (Primary–Secondary)

120–12 [14]
120–24 [14]
208–120
240–24 [14]
240–120
277–120
480–24 [14]
480–120
480–240
600–120
Specify

V88
V89
V84
V82
V80
V85
V83
V81
V87
V86
V99

Selection of Control Circuit Transformers

The standard primary/secondary voltages for control circuit transformers are indicated in Control Circuit Transformer Codes.

To order, select the desired device with the appropriate transformer Form designation. Then convert the previously selected voltage code (V●●) to reflect the desired primary/secondary voltage for the transformer. The secondary voltage should equal the previously selected coil voltage of the device.

Example:

You have selected 8536SDG1V02S. V02S means that you need a coil voltage of 120-60/110-50 wired for separate control. You would like to add Form FF4T, with transformer voltages of 480 V primary, 120 V secondary, and solid-state overload relay protection with selectable Class 10/20 trip class—Form H30. (The Form designations needed are FF4, H30, and T.)

The new and complete Class, Type, voltage code, and Form number will be:

Class

Type

Voltage Code

Form  [15]

8536

SDG1

V81

FF4H30T

Class 8502 , 8536 , 8538 , 8539 , 8702 , 8736 , 8738 , 8739 , 8810 , 8811 and 8812

Solid-State Overload Relay Forms

The solid-state overload relay (SSOLR) is available on NEMA Size 00–7.
For Class 8536, 8538, 8539, 8736, 8738, 8739 and 8810 devices.

note

Size 7 comes standard with the Motor Logic SSOLR, Class 10/20 (Selectable). No Form designation is required.

Special Factory-Assembled Starter Combinations with Motor Logic SSOLR Protection

NEMA  Contactor Size

SSOLR Size

00

0

1

2

3

4

1.5–4.5 A

3–9 A

6–18 A

9–27 A

15–45 A

30–90 A

45–135 A

00

H308

H30

0

H308

H309

H30

1

H308

H309

H300

H30

2

H309

H300

H301

H30

3

H30

4

H30

Adapted Bimetallic Overload Relay Forms

Adapted Bimetallic Overload Relay for NEMA Type S Starter

This bimetallic overload relay is available on NEMA Sizes 00, 0, and 1 for Class 8536, 8538, 8539, 8736, 8738 and 8739 devices. To order a starter with the adapter only, add Form E to the catalog number (8536SBG2V02ES). When ordering with the adapter and bimetallic overload relay installed, use table TeSys Deca Overload Relays for Sizes 00–1 Type S Starters, Non-Reversing and Reversing, Classes 8536, 8538, 8539, 8736, 8738, and 8739 as a guide.

TeSys Deca Overload Relays for Sizes 00–1 Type S Starters, Non-Reversing and Reversing, Classes 8536, 8538, 8539, 8736, 8738, and 8739

Current Setting
Range Amperes

Class 20 with Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 without Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 with Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 without Single-Phase Sensitivity

Factory Installed—Catalog Number Suffix
(CP1 List)

Screw Termination

Screw Termination

Ring Tongue Connector

Ring Tongue Connector

0.40–0.63

LRD04L

LRD04L6

LR3D04L6

04

0.63–1

LRD05L

LRD05L6

LR3D05L6

05

1–1.6

LRD06L

LRD06L6

LR3D06L6

06

1.6–2.5

LRD07L

LR3D07L

LRD07L6

LR3D07L6

07

2.5–4

LRD08L

LR3D08L

LRD08L6

LR3D08L6

08

4–6

LRD10L

LR3D10L

LRD10L6

LR3D10L6

10

5.5–8

LRD12L

LR3D12L

LRD12L6

LR3D12L6

12

7–10

LRD14L

LR3D14L

LRD14L6

LR3D14L6

14

9–13

LRD16L

LR3D16L

LRD16L6

LR3D16L6

16

12–18

LRD21L

LR3D21L

LRD21L6

LR3D21L6

21

17–24

LRD22L

LR3D22L

LRD22L6

LR3D22L6

22

23–32

LRD32L

LR3D32L

LRD32L6

LR3D32L6

32

note

For tripping class 10:
  • With screw termination, remove the L from the end of the above part number (for example, LRD32 is a class 10 bimetallic overload relay with a 23–32 A setting range).

  • With a ring tongue connector, change the L6 to 6 at the end of the above part number (for example, LRD326 is a class 10 bimetallic overload relay with a 23–32 A setting range).

Solid-State TeSys™ D Overload Relays for Type S Starters

Sizes 00–1, Non-Reversing (Classes 8536, 8538, 8539) and Reversing (Classes 8736, 8738 and 8739)

NOTE:

  • Field installed only: The LR9D Overload Relay cannot be factory installed, it must be purchased separately and field installed.
  • Single-phase motor applications: When using the LR9D with a single-phase motor, you must purchase the 3-pole starter to accommodate looping of the motor leads.

Current Setting

Overload Relay Catalog Number (sold separately)

Range Amperes

Trip Class 5/10/20/30 Dip Switch Selectable

0.1–0.5 A

LR9D01

0.4–2 A

LR9D02

1.6–8 A

LR9D08

6.4–32 A

LR9D32

TeSys™ D Overload Relays for Sizes 00–1 Type S Starters, Non-Reversing and Reversing, Classes 8536, 8538, 8539, 8736, 8738, and 8739

Current Setting
Range Amperes

Class 20 with Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 without Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 with Single-Phase Sensitivity

Class 20 without Single-Phase Sensitivity

Factory Installed—Catalog Number Suffix
(CP1 List)

Screw Termination

Screw Termination

Ring Tongue Connector

Ring Tongue Connector

0.40–0.63

LRD04L

LR3D04L

LRD04L6

LR3D04L6

04

0.63–1

LRD05L

LR3D05L

LRD05L6

LR3D05L6

05

1–1.6

LRD06L

LR3D06L

LRD06L6

LR3D06L6

06

1.6–2.5

LRD07L

LR3D07L

LRD07L6

LR3D07L6

07

2.5–4

LRD08L

LR3D08L

LRD08L6

LR3D08L6

08

4–6

LRD10L

LR3D10L

LRD10L6

LR3D10L6

10

5.5–8

LRD12L

LR3D12L

LRD12L6

LR3D12L6

12

7–10

LRD14L

LR3D14L

LRD14L6

LR3D14L6

14

9–13

LRD16L

LR3D16L

LRD16L6

LR3D16L6

16

12–18

LRD21L

LR3D21L

LRD21L6

LR3D21L6

21

17–24

LRD22L

LR3D22L

LRD22L6

LR3D22L6

22

23–32

LRD32L

LR3D32L

LRD32L6

LR3D32L6

32

note

For tripping class 10:
  • With screw termination, remove the L from the end of the above part number (for example, LRD32 is a class 10 bimetallic overload relay with a 23–32 A setting range).

  • With a ring tongue connector, change the L6 to 6 at the end of the above part number (for example, LRD326 is a class 10 bimetallic overload relay with a 23–32 A setting range).

Footnotes

  1. All push buttons are momentary contact unless specified otherwise.
  2. Selection of various Form combinations may force the use of a larger enclosure.
  3. Specify the appropriate Class 9001 Type K or SK operator required.
  4. Not available for Size 00.
  5. Specify the marking and/or the required Class 9001 Type KN or SKN legend plate.
  6. Indicate the pilot light color as Form P1 (red), Form P2 (green), and so forth, as shown in Pilot Light Forms. Unless otherwise requested, standard practice is to wire a red pilot light to indicate that the device is energized. No additional auxiliary contact is required. Also, standard practice is to wire a green pilot light to indicate that the device is de-energized. An additional normally closed auxiliary contact is supplied. A wiring diagram must be provided for other pilot light colors or arrangements.
  7. To determine the maximum number of auxiliary contacts that can be added to each Type S device, and for the appropriate X Form, refer to Auxiliary Units—Class 8536 (for non-reversing single-speed devices) or Auxiliary Units—Class 8702, 8736, and 8810 (for reversing or two-speed devices). For Class 8600 reduced voltage controllers, consult the Customer Care Center at 1-888-778-2733.
  8. Only for pilot light. Available for Size 00.
  9. All combination style devices—such as Class 8538, 8539, 8738, and 8739—that use Form S should also use Form Y74 (auxiliary contact installed on the disconnect switch) in accordance with NEC Article 430-74.
  10. Not available for Sizes 6 and 7.
  11. See Selection of Control Circuit Transformers.
  12. Single primary voltage must be specified.
  13. Not available for NEMA Sizes 0, 00, or 7. NEMA Sizes 00 and 0 cannot be used with marine controls.
  14. 12 V coils are not available on Sizes 3–7. 24 V coils are not available on Sizes 4–7.
  15. Specify Form numbers in alphabetical order. Each letter indicates the beginning of a new Form and may be followed by one or more numbers.

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