The key specifications of Wireman 1 Pole, Type C, 230/400V, 6kA MCB are as follows,
|Connection||Screw type terminals|
|Method of Installation||Mounting on 35mm DIN rail|
|Warranty Period||5 Years warranty|
|Standard Complied||IEC 60898-1 / SLS 1175|
|Protection||Against overload and short circuit|
|Protected Poles||All poles protected|
|Rated Voltage||1 pole – 415VAC|
|Rated Current||6, 10, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40, 63 A|
|Type of Trip||Thermal/ Magnetic release|
|Rated Service Short Circuit Capacity(Ics)||6kA|
|Temperature Limit||-5 ºC to +40 ºC|
|Instantaneous Tripping Characteristics||Type C|
|Degree of Protection||IP20|
|Rated Impulse withstand Voltage(Uimp)||4kV|
Wireman 1 Pole, Type C, 230/400V, 6kA MCB :
Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs) are devices designed to protect electrical circuits from overloads and short circuits. They are commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installations. MCBs are designed to automatically interrupt the flow of electrical current when a fault or abnormal condition occurs, importantly thereby preventing damage to the electrical system and minimizing the risk of electrical fires.
In Addition they are commonly used in residential, commercial and industrial electrical installations. Also MCBs are designed to automatically interrupt the flow of electrical current when a fault or abnormal condition occurs, thereby preventing damage to the electrical system and minimizing the risk of electrical fires.
MCBs are compact thus easy to install, and provide reliable protection for circuits. Additionally, they typically have a switch-like mechanism that trips and opens the circuit when it detects an overload or short circuit. Once the fault is cleared and the issue is resolved, the MCB can be manually reset to restore the circuit’s functionality.
MCBs come in different ratings to accommodate various current levels and are often labeled with their current-carrying capacity, such as 10A, 16A, 20A, etc. Additionally, they may have additional features like adjustable trip settings, indication of tripped status, and compatibility with different types of electrical panels.