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Made by General Electric as a Motor Protection Relay the 239-AN unit has an isolated and single analog output. There are several programmable parameters, some of which are the temperature of the three RTDs and the percentage of the full load.



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  • Part Number: 239-AN
  • SKU: 239ANGM
  • Manufacturer: GE Multilin
  • Series: 239 Motor Protection Relay

239-AN Technical Specifications

Communication Isolation 36 VDC Isolated, Active Source
Communications Baud Rate 1200 to 12k bps
Conversion for Ground Current Inputs True RMS, 16 Samples/Cycle
Shipping Weight 5 lbs
Switch Inputs Duration 100 ms min
Thermal Modeling Lockout Cool Rate 1 to 5000 min programmable ±20% power on / off
Thermal Start Protection Separate Start and Run Protection
Unbalance Range 5 to 100%/OFF
Ventilation Requirements None

Product Description

According to the extensive order codes list in the GEK-106613C 239 Motor Protection Relay Instruction Manual, the 239-AN model has a single, isolated analog output that can operate on three different milliamperes ranges which is 4-20, 0-1, or 0-20. There are also programmable output parameters which include adjusting the phase current temperature for RTDs 1, 2, and 3, changing the thermal capacity, and changing the percentage of the full load. As previously mentioned the analog output range can be selected for the user’s needs. When the relay is being used in processes where loads of the motor are varies and are typically operated at almost the motor’s full load it is vital to know if the relay will be close to tripping so the load can be adjusted accordingly. 

One of the specifications of the 239-AN relay is start protection. Occasionally start protection is not required and can be disabled on the relay. If the setpoint on the relay is set to yes the model will go directly into overload curves and run conditions will be employed to protect the connected load model. This specific setpoint can also be used with a switch input, the disable starts must be set to yes if wishing for the start protection to be defeated when the conjoining switch input is closed. 

One of the programming features of the 239-AN relay is the mechanical jam. The function of the mechanical jam is that it will primarily be used for protecting attached equipment such as gearboxes, saws, compressors, and pumps. Please note that it is often recommended that an immediate trip occurs in the event of a locked rotor during the operation of the device. 

Reviews For 239-AN

Internal Review

One downside of the 239-AN relay is that the only feature available on this relay is the analog output ranges. As such, if the user requires a model that needs harsh coating it is best to order a different model. - AX Control Technician

Repair Services For 239-AN

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $1286

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