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Technical characteristics:
– Rated operating voltage: 230/400V; 50/60Hz
– Rated current: 1-63А
– Breaking capacity: 6000 А
– Poles: 1; 2; 3;4
– Tripping curve: B;C
B- the maximum current release breaks between 3 and 5 In; used to protect long circuits and generators

С – the maximum current release breaks between 5 and 10 In; used to protect main power supply cables and conventional consumers

– Electrical wear resistance (number of cycles):≥8000
– Mechanical wear resistance (number of cycles):≥50000
– Limitation class: 3
– IP code: IP>20
– Ambient temperature: -5 to +40°С±2°С

Mounting: Vertically on a DIN rail

Standard: EN60898-1

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  1. 02

    by Samal Khan

    Works great. Hasn’t tripped once on a circuit that tripped everyday.

  2. 02

    by Eng Latif Ahmad

    After just a few days, this breaker is now pretty much toast. I’m still giving it a 5 star review, because…well, you’ll see.

    I did not use this breaker for its intended application. Instead of installing it in a breaker box to protect against overcurrent, I soldered it in series with some 3000F ultracapacitors to see if I could turn it into a cheap spot welder. The idea was that this breaker would trip in a relatively predictable amount of time, instead of using a bunch of expensive components meant to control high currents.

    Well, it worked. Sort of. Not really. I don’t think they expected anybody to blast their breaker with 9,300A every ten seconds for several minutes, and it’s opening slower and slower every time. I expect that if I keep it up the contacts will weld, and my capacitors will explode. So I called it quits.

    Giving a five star rating because that little breaker tried so hard to do what I wanted, and I just kept hitting it with 10 kiloamps of current until it was dead. Poor guy.

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