Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker

Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker
Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker
Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker
Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker
Hot selling europe market 6-32A 1P+N CB approval AFDD untis arc fault circuit breaker

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Categories AFDD
Model AFDD
Pole No 1P+N
Rated voltage AC 230
Rated current(A) 6A,10A,16A, 20A,25A & 32A
Tripping curve B,C
Rated frequency 50/60Hz
Energy limiting class 3
Rated impulse withstand voltage 6.2kV
Fastening torque 2 0Nm
High short-circuit breaking capacity (Icn) 6kA
Electro-mechanical endurance 10000
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Technical Data
arc fault circuit breaker

l  PoleNo.: 1P+N

l Rated voltage: AC 230

l Rated current (A): 6A,10A,16A, 20A,25A & 32A

 

l Tripping curve: B, C, 

l High short-circuit breaking capacity (lcn):6kA

l Rated frequency: 50/60Hz

l Energy limiting class: 3

l Rated impulse withstand voltage: 6.2kV

l Electromechanical endurance: 10000

l Contact position indication

l Fastening torque: 2.0Nm

arc fault circuit breaker

l Connection terminal:Screw terminal Pillar terminal with clamp

l Connection capacity: Rigid conductor up to 25mm2

l Fastening torque: 2.0Nm

l Installation:On symmetrical DIN rail 35.5 mm Panel mounting 

l Terminal Connection Height: 21mm

General Information
arc fault circuit breaker
 

The AFM range AFDD consists of a MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker) and a Arc fault detection module in a 1 Pole +N, 2 module DIN rail mounted unit. They combine short circuit, overload and arc fault protection and will switch off in the event of these faults being detected.

The Arc detection unit will recognise serial, parallel and ground arc faults in both radial and ring circuits. (Note serial faults in a ring circuit does not always lead to an arc fault due to power flowing to either side of the fault at the same potential voltage.

These units must be switched off when conducting insulation testing to avoid damage to the AFDD

The AFDD should be tested every month by pushing the Test button.

 Recommended terminal screw torque 2Nm

Overall & Installation Dimensions
arc fault circuit breaker drawings

 

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