UL's new "Self Protected Combination Controller" approval was effective as of July 2001 (Per UL 508 Type E)
AEG's type MBS32 and MBS63 are UL 508 Type E approved, which permits their use per NEC Code 430-52 in place of the Circuit Breakers or a Fusible Disconnect.
The New UL 508 Type E Approved AEG Self Protected Combination Controller does not require the UL 489 breaker or extra overload relay! Tremendous product and space savings result!
AEG combinations, type MBS32 and MBS63 are approved as combination starters per UL 508E (Type 2 Coordination)
Combination Controller (Self-Protected)
Manual Motor Controller
Group Installed Controller
Specific Additional Applications:
Type 2 Coordination - IEC / EN60947-4-1
Circuit Breaker (IEC947-2
AEG MBS32 & MBS63 Series Motor Circuit Controllers offer a complete line of compact, reliable and easy to install Protection Solution. The MBS Controllers are 100% factory calibrated for precise adjustable, and available in current ranges from 0.1 to 63 Amps, in two frame sizes. Both frame sizes, MBS32 and MBS63 also include magnetic instantaneous short circuit protection.
The "MBS32 CS - Combination
(Rocker Lever Design)
With a "standard" interruption capacity of 22kA @480V
The "MBS32 CH" - Combination
(Rotary Lever Design)
With a "high" interruption capacity of 50kA @480V
The MBS32 is available in the current range of 0.1 - 32 amps with compact 1.75" (45mm) width and the MBS63, with the current range of 6.3 - 63 Amps, and has a 2.125" (55mm) width.
For application versatility and users preference, the "MBS32" version is designed with two operator options. One type is the rocker lever design, the other is a rotary design (examples shown above).
The unique design of MBS32 and MBS63 Motor Circuit Controllers have man common accessory kits that work with both MBS32 and MBS63 models. This reduces the need for additional inventory and saves additional costs.
Front & Side Mount Auxiliaries - Flexibility to meet space requirement.
Alarm Contacts - Short circuit with reset indicator auxiliary / alarm & overload alarm.
Shunt Trip - For remote trip requirements.
Undervoltage Trip - For safety measures, no dangerous automatic restarts when power comes back on.