Factory directly provide Moulded case circuit breaker-FTM2X for Tunisia Factory

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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




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How to Change a Circuit Breaker
00:01:03 Steps
00:01:08 1 – Find the main circuit breaker box
00:01:27 2 – Locate the defective breaker
00:02:12 3 – Use a voltage tester to see if power is going out through the wire attached to the breaker
00:02:25 4 – Turn off the branch breaker boxes, followed by the main power
00:02:53 5 – Turn off the individual breakers
00:03:06 6 – Inspect the exterior of the panel
00:03:29 7 – Beware of certain types of panels, specifically those bearing one of the following names:
00:04:07 8 – Use protective equipment
00:04:28 9 – Be sure the area around you is safe
00:04:54 10 – Remove the screws holding the face plate (called a dead front) with a Philips screwdriver
00:05:15 11 – Read the label on the main power switch to determine what kind of circuit breaker box you own
00:05:31 12 – Inspect (without touching anything) the interior of the panel
00:06:22 13 – Loosen the screws that hold the wires found on the defective breaker
00:06:34 14 – Remove the breaker from the panel
00:06:44 15 – Discard the old circuit breaker
00:06:54 16 – Replace the old circuit breaker with the new one
00:07:21 17 – Place the wires in the new circuit breaker as they were in the old one
00:07:33 18 – Tighten the screws
00:07:48 19 – Replace the circuit panel’s faceplate
00:08:10 20 – Turn on the main power, followed by the individual breakers
00:08:21 Tips
00:09:00 Warnings
00:10:53 Things

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