14 Years Factory Air circuit breaker-FTW2 for Las Vegas Manufacturers

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FTW2

Model: Rated voltage (V): Rated insulation voltage/Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp(KV): Installation(poles): Frame size rated current(A) Rated current(A) Rated breaking Capacity(KA): Rated short-time withstand current Operating performance
Rated Ultimate Short-Circuit Breaking Capacity Rated short-circuit breaking capacity Power on(times) Power off(times)
400V 400V 400V
 FTW2-1600  AC400  690/12000  withdrawable type,stationary type(3 poles,4poles)  1600  200,400,630, 800, 1000  55  42  42  10000  5000
 1250,1600  5000
 FTW2-2000  2000  630,800,1000  80  80  65  10000  6000
 1250,1600,2000  5000





A review of a 6 socket Stark / CD-R King extension cable.

The absolutely awful quality of the cdrking extension cord instantly makes the ruggedness of the Panther extension cable seem like a dream come true.

The plastic feels cheap and thin and shows some kind of stress marks. It feels a bit stronger than other cdrking power strips I’ve tested in the past.

It features a double insulated cord and a ground pin. The wires used for the cord are extremely thin and appear to be poorly spot welded to the internal power bars. There’s practically no stress relief where the cord goes into the strip which is pretty dangerous.

The circuit breaker switch is rated for 250V 6A. The packaging has conflicting information about maximum power. In some places it says 800 watts and in other places it says maximum of 10 AMP which would be 2200+ watts.

I tested it under a load of around 1450 watts for around 120 seconds. Surprisingly the wires didn’t melt or catch on fire although they did get pretty hot.

Overall the extension lead does what it’s meant to but I wouldn’t recommend it for heavy loads of extended periods of use. Actually I wouldn’t recommend it for anything.

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