11 Years Manufacturer Automatic Transfer Switching Equipment-FTQ2E to Panama 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
Machinery 10000
Operating position: Normally on,backup on,Normal and backup off
Operating transfer time: ≤1.5
Electrical class: CB
Usage category: AC-33iB
Controller functions:
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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Chapter 14: Current Electricity (55 videos)

14:1: Electric Current
1. Introduction to Electric Current
2. More on Introduction to Electric Current
3. Problem-Introduction to Electric Current
4. Problem 1-Measurement of Current

14.2: Conventional current
1. Conventional Current

14.3: Potential Difference and emf
1. Potential Difference
2. Problem-Potential Difference
3. Problem 1-Measurement of Potential Difference
4. Problem- Potential Divider
5. Electromotive Force
6. Problem-Electromotive Force
7. Problem- Measurement of e.m.f

14.4: Ohm’s Law
1. Ohms Law

14.5: Resistance
1. Resistance
2. Problem-Determining the Resistance of a Load
3. Problem- Resistor

14.6: Specific Resistance of Resistivity
1. Specific Resistance
2. Problem 1-Specific Resistance
3. Problem 2-Specific Resistance

14.7: Effect of Temperature on Resistance
1. Effect of Temperature on Resistance
2. Problem 1-Effect of Temperature Upon Resistance
3. Problem 2-Effect of Temperature Upon Resistance

14.8: Combinations of Resistors
1. Series combination of Resistors
2. Problem 1-Series Combination of Resistors
3. Parallel Combination to Resistors
4. More on Parallel Combination to Resistors
5. Problem 2-Series Combination of Resistors
6. Problem-Current in Series Circuit
7. Problem 1-Parallel combination to Resistors
8. Problem 2-Parallel combination to Resistors
9. Problem 3-Parallel combination to Resistors
10. Problem 4-Parallel combination to Resistors

14.9: Conductors and Insulators
1. Conductors and Insulators

14.10: The I-V Characteristics for OHMIC and Non OHMIC Conductors
1. Characteristics of Ohmic and Non Ohmic Conductors
2. Problem-Characteristics of Ohmic and Non Ohmic Conductors

14.11: Electrical Power and joule Law
1. Problem 1-Electrical Energy and Joules law
2. Electrical Energy and Joules law
3. Problem 2-Electrical Energy and Joules law
4. Electric Power
5. Kilowatt Hour
6. Problem 1-Electric Power
7. Problem 2-Electric Power

14.12: Direct Current (D.C) and Alternating Current (A.C)
1. Direct Current
2. Alternating Current

14.13: Circuit Components
1. Circuit Components

14.14: Measuring Instruments
1. Introduction to Galvanometer
2. Introduction to Ammeter
3. Introduction to Voltmeter

14.15: Series and Parallel Circuit
1. Series combination of Resistors
2. Parallel Combination to Resistors

14.16: House Circuit
1. House Wiring

14.17: Electricity Hazards
1. Insulation Damage and Damp Conditions
2. Introduction to Fuse
3. Introduction to Circuit Breaker
4. Introduction to Earth Wire

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