Among them, the first is the correct choice of RCCB leakage current. In the bathroom, swimming pools, tunnels and other places with great risk of electric shock, should be used high sensitivity, fast RCCB (the operating current should not exceed 10mA).
Miniature circuit breakers (hereinafter referred to as MCB) is the most widely used terminal protection device in building electrical terminal distribution equipment. Although MCB is a terminal appliance
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Dear Customer: Hello! Welcome to use such as high company’s products! We will be the best product quality, the most timely and thoughtful service to win your satisfaction. Before installation and commissioning, please read the product manual carefully. Miniature circuit breakers, suitable for AC 50 / 60Hz rated voltage 230 / 400V, rated current to … Continue reading Miniature circuit breaker maintenance tips
1.What is RCCB? A: RCCB is an electrical safety device. The RCCB is installed in the low-voltage circuit, in the event of leakage and electric shock, and to protect the action of the current limit value, it immediately within a limited time action automatically disconnect the power supply for protection. 2.whatis RCCBstructure? A: The RCCB is mainly composed … Continue reading The basic introduction of RCCB
Overload protection - The overload protection function of the Miniature circuit breaker is to use the principle that the bimetal will be bent according to the law as the temperature rises. After the Miniature circuit breaker is closed, it will work under the normal working condition.
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