October, 2012
In This Issue
ABB OVR NE12
ABB F200 Series Residual Current Devices
Omron CP1L-E Micro PLC

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Get Reliable Protection For Your Facilities with ABB


The OVR NE12 is a multistage protector with fast acting varistor (MOV) and EMI/RFI noise attentuation filter to limit overvoltage to values compatible with the sensitive equipment connected to the network. In addition to the OVER NE12, ABB recommends adding OVR DIN rail SPDs at branch panels and equipment, creating a multi-level approach to protection. 

The OVR NE12 is a Type 2 Surge Protective Device and features a NEMA 12 enclosure, 160 or 320kA per phase protection and replaceable MOV blocks. The devices are suitable for protection for all manner of facilities and operations including critical power, water/wastewater, renewable energy, communications, manufacturing and commercial. 



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Protect Against Overload with the F200 Series

The ABB F200 series residual current devices (RCDs) provide ground fault equipment protection by monitoring the leakage of current to ground. The F200 Series will trip when ground faults are detected in excess of the residual current trip rating of the device. These devices feature bi-directional cylindrical terminals that provide safe and easy protection and can be used in ambient conditions where the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere has values between -13F and 131F.
 
The F200 series can be used as a main device providing GF protection for several MCB branch devices. The F200 series are UL1053 recognized for use in 480Y/277VAC applications in the USA and Canada. The F202 can be used in single phase/two wire or two wire systems. The F204 can be used in three phase/four wire systems. The F200 series RCDs replace the F360, F370 and F660 series without changing the fit, form or function. The F200 has a profile similar to the S2 miniature circuit breakers, MCBs, and can be used with the MCB busbars. 
 




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Integrated Ethernet and Analog with the CP1L-E Micro PLC 

Omron recently introduced the CP1L-E Micro PLC, the newest addition to the CP1 Series lineup. Each CPU features built-in networking, analog inputs, positioning and option expansion within the same compact product footprint. 

The CP1L-E CPUs feature an integrated Ethernet port, two integrated analog inputs and new additional dedicated function block(FB) memory. The CP1L-E CPUs are also the only CP1-Series CPUs that can be used with the new Analog Option Boards. An integrated Ethernet allows up to four simultaneous connections to PCs, PLCs, HMIs and/or third party products. Integrated Analog Inputs feature easy-to-wire cage clamp terminals and require no special cables, while a built-in PID instruction serves as an alternative to dedicated temperature controllers.