11 Years Factory Automatic Transfer Switching Equipment-FTQ2E to Saudi Arabia Manufacturer
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|Body switch||FTB2-63 MCB Series|
|Rated voltage (V)：||AC 400(4P/3P); AC 230V(2P)/50HZ|
|Rated insulation voltage:||440|
|Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp(KV):||4|
|Rated breaking Capacity：||6.5|
|Mechanical and electrical life:||electric||6000|
|Operating position:||Normally on,backup on,Normal and backup off|
|Operating transfer time:||≤1.5|
switch automaticly in condition of phase loss, pressure loss ,undervoltage and other power failure,
automatic change and automatic recovery ,automatic change and non automatic recovery,fire fighting
joint control, Manual/automatic adjustion,power/power on/tripping indication,fault alarm
|Controller Operating Voltage:||AC230V/50Hz|
|Undervoltage conversion value:||AC175V(±5)|
|Undervoltage return value:||AC190V(±5)|
|Conversion Delay(normal to backup):||0S-60S adjustable,factory default setting:5S|
|Return Delay（normal to backup:||0S-60S adjustable,factory default setting:5S|
|Size（L×W×H）mm:||248 × 125×121|
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