26 Years Factory Moulded case circuit breaker-FTM2X Export to Austria

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Model: FTM2X-63
Frame size rated current Inm(A): 63
Poles: 3,4
Rated current(A): 10,16,20,25,32,40,50,63
Rated operational voltage(V): AC380V/400V AC480V/500V AC530V/550V AC660V/690V
Rated insulation voltage(V): AC1000
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp(KV): 8
Rated ultimate short - circuit breaking capacity(KV): AC380V/400V 35
Rated  short circuit breaking capacity 25
Rated ultimate short - circuit breaking capacity(KV): AC480V/500V 20
Rated  short circuit breaking capacity(KV) 15
Rated ultimate short - circuit breaking capacity(KV): AC530V/550V 20
Rated  short circuit breaking capacity(KV) 15
Rated ultimate short - circuit breaking capacity(KV): AC660V/690V 10
Rated  short circuit breaking capacity(KV): 7.5
Operating performance(KV):  Electrical life: 8000
Mechanical life: 20000
Tripping mode(KV): thermomagnetic
Protection category(KV): distribution protection
motor protection
Arcing distance(KV): not more than 50(0)
Isolating function(KV): A
Connection: Front connection plate,rear connection plate,plug-in rear connection plate
Isolating function Yes
Size: L (mm) 130
W(mm) 75/100
H(mm) 90




Extech CT80 AC Circuit Load Tester with GFCI AFCI – Extech CT80 AC Circuit Load Tester with GFCI AFCI

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Extech CT80 AC Circuit Load Tester with GFCI AFCI
Extech CT80 AC Circuit Load Tester with GFCI AFCI
Product Feature
* AFCI test function
* Selectable loads of 12, 15 and 20 Amps
* Measures loaded and unloaded AC Line Voltage
* Displays Peak Line Voltage and Frequency
Product Description

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Circuit Analyzer with AFCI and GFCI Featuring a large LCD display with color pass/fail test alerts, the Extech CT80 enables users to quickly check for correct wiring of AFCI and GFCI outlets, as well as circuit and wiring problems such as poor ground impedance, false grounds, missing ground fault protection, low voltage availability under load, and high ground-to-neutral voltage



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