Factory directly provide Miniature circuit breaker-FTB2GLE for Paraguay Manufacturer
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|Rated voltage (V)：||Type C, Type D|
|rated residual operating current||Type AC||30|
|rated residual non-operating current||Type AC||15|
|Rated breaking Capacity(KA)：||6|
|Rated residual connection and breaking Capacity(KA)：||4.5|
|Mechanical and electrical life(times):||20000|
|Residual current tripping type:||Electronic|
|Function:||short-circuit protection,overload protection,leakage protection,Isolation|
|Ambient Temperature( ℃):||-5 - +40|
|Size(L ×W ×H)mm||1P+N||72.5×54×90|
Steps I took to upgrade the stock WFCO 8955 converter / battery charger in my RV to a better one: the Progressive Dynamics 4655.
The WFCO is famous for almost never switching into bulk mode (fast charging mode) no matter how low of a charge the batteries have. Because of this limitation, it’s impractical to dry camp – unless one plans on having to run their generator all day and night.
I haven’t gotten the new PD4655 to output 55 amps to the batteries just yet, but it’s already preforming MUCH better than the WFCO. I’m certain that once I upgrade the battery cable gauge from AWG #6 to AWG #3, I’ll get an even faster battery charge – in a matter of a few hours instead of 12+ hours. Even without upgrading the wiring, the PD4655 is already charging the batteries much faster.
NOTE: Tech support gave me instructions for fixing the problem with the green status LED not working. It turns out that the conductors in the 4-pin connector were in connected (at the factory) in the wrong sequence. I’ve posted the simple fix here: http://public.fotki.com/kevinkey/misc/
PD4655 WFCO 8900 PD4600 8955