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DGB2-63 Miniature Circuit Breaker

IMG_6708

Miniature circuit breakers up to 63A, tripping curves:B,C,D Icn=6kA,Ics=6kA.
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PRODUCT DETAILS



Functions

Overload protection

Short circuit protection

Isolation

Controlling

Used in residential building, non-residential building, energy source industry and infrastructure.

Technical Specifications

Standards: IEC 60898-1

Approvals: CE, SEMKO, CB

Rated current In(A): 1, 2,3, 4, 6, 10, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63

Rated voltage Un (VAC): 230/400

Operational voltage (VAC):

Min.: 24

Max.: 250/440

Rated insulation voltage (VAC): 500

Number of poles: 1, 2, 3, 4

Tripping characteristic of miniature circuit breaker DGB2-63

Thermal operating limit (In): 1.13 - 1.45

Rated switching capacity Icn (kA): 6

Degree of protection: IP20, with connected conductors

Electrical life (times): 4,000

Mechanical life (times): 10,000

Breaking Capacity:

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Mounting position: Any

Conductor cross-sections

Solid and stranded (mm2): 0.75-35

Finely stranded with end sleeve (mm2): 0.75-25•    Terminal tightening torque (N • m): 2.5

Ambient temperature (℃): -25~+45, max. 95 % humidity

Storage temperature (℃): -40 ~+75

Altitude(meters): Max. 2,000

Features

The handle being sealable or equipped with padlock bracket avoids dangerous operation changes(ON/OFF)

The handle provides a clear indication of the contact position•    Adequate printing of all data on the front provides long-term identification

This MCB for household in accordance with IEC 60898-1, B, C and D tripping characteristics

This MCB for industry in accordance with IEC 60947-2 instantaneous tripping release ranges B: 4In, release C: 8In, release D: 12In

This MCB may be extended with:

A wide range of RCDs

Full sets additional components

Full sets of accessories

Temperature derating

The maximum permissible current in a circuit breaker depends on the ambient temperature where the circuit breaker is placed. Ambient temperature is the temperature inside the enclosure or switchboard in which the circuit breakers are installed. The reference temperature is 30℃

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