2017 wholesale price Automatic transfer switching equipment-FTQ3 to Denmark Manufacturers
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|Rated current (A)Ie:||16,20,25,32,40,50,63||63,80,100,125||125,160,200,225,250||250,300,315,350,400||400,500,630,800|
|Main function:||Mainly used for power circuit monitoring.When the normal power supply is in the event of failure,it will transfer the power supply
from normal power to backup power supply and finish the switching the circuit system.
|Rated voltage (V):||AC 400V|
|Rated insulation voltage:||800|
|Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp(KV):||8|
|Connection and breaking capacity:||10Ie||6Ie|
|Status indication:||Normal power/backup power on-off,Fault display,Fire linkage display,Normal power/backup power voltage.|
|Connection mode:||Front connection plate|
|Minimum transfer time||50||50||75||75||1200|
|Operation cycle time(time/hour)||120|
In this video series I describe how you can safely and inexpensively power your house with an inverter during a power outage by using only existing house wiring. Please see my video on how HOT to connect an inverter to your House Mains to see some common problems people run into when attempting this. The method shown here works well, but please check local codes/regulations before attempting.
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There’s four parts to this video (on this channel) on the house service fuse. This fuse will be taken apart so that you can see what is inside.
LEGAL WARNING: It is an offence to interfere with house service fuses, as they are property of the electricity board, and generally have anti-tamper seals on them. DO NOT open your house
IF YOUR FUSE HAS FAILED:
If the fuse has failed, then you need to contact the owner of the fuse, and they will change it for another. You MUST NOT change it yourself.
I hope that you enjoy the four videos on this service fuse. I have taken apart my one, so you don’t have to. The one on-camera is my property.