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Eaton Cutler-Hammer XTPR Rotary Manual Motor Protectors
Eaton Cutler-Hammer XTPR Pushbutton Manual Motor Protectors

Eaton's XT family of manual motor protectors (MMPs) features a pushbutton or rotary ON/OFF manual disconnect, Class 10 adjustable bimetallic overload relay and fixed magnetic short-circuit trip capability in one compact unit. Two frame sizes are available: Frame B (45 mm) for motors with FLA ratings up to 32A and Frame D (55 mm) covers motor FLA ratings up to 65A

Application Description

The XTPR MMPs can be used in the following applications.

Motor Protective Circuit Breaker

In many countries outside of the United States and Canada, especially Europe, the MMPs are tested and classified as thermalmagnetic circuit breakers for use in motor branch circuits. This can be an important consideration for all companies who export their equipment and machines internationally. Both the XTPB and XTPR conform to IEC/EN 60947 and have the CE Mark.

Manual Motor Protectors

The XTPR MMPs are UL listed under UL 508 as manual motor protectors. They provide an economical solution for applications requiring simple manual starting and stopping of motors. When used as a manual starter, they are typically installed in an enclosure. Many enclosures are offered as accessories for the MMPs. Separate shortcircuit protective devices, such as circuit breakers or fuses, are wired ahead of the MMPs. The short-circuit protective device should be sized per the NEC and should not exceed 400% of the maximum FLA dial setting of the MMP.

Group Motor Installations

A group motor installation can be defined as more than one motor circuit protected by a single set of fuses or circuit breaker on a motor branch circuit. This eliminates the need for individual fuses or circuit breakers for each motor circuit. Substantial component cost savings, panel space savings and reduced wiring installation time can be achieved in group motor installations.