Factory wholesale Miniature circuit breaker-FTM8-LE to Germany Manufacturer

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Technical Data

Model FTM8LE Residual current circuit-breaker
Number of poles IP+N,2P,3P,3P+N,4P
Rated frequency: AC 50/60Hz
Rated voltage (V) AC 230/400
 Rated current (A) C D 1,3,6,10,16,20,25,32,40,50,63 1,3,6,10,16,20,25,32,40,50,63
Rated residual operating current(mA) 30
Rated residual non-operating current(mA) 15
Residual current breaking time 30mA≦0.1s  250mA≦0.04s
Rated short-circuit breaking capacity(KA) 6(In≦40A); 4.5(In﹥40A)
Rated residual current breaking capacity(KA) 3
Mechanical & electrical life: 10,000 operations
Installation
protection rating Ip20
Installation On DIN rail 35mm according to JB6525
Connection capacity: Cross-section of conductors up to 25mm2
Tightening torque 2 Nm
Ambient temperature (°C) -5°C ~ +40°C
Altitude (m) ≤2000m
Relative air humidity no more than 95%
pollution degree
installation condition Used in place without obvious shock and vibration
 Weight (g) ≦32A ﹥40A ≦32A ﹥40A ≦32A ﹥40A ≦32A ﹥40A ≦32A ﹥40A
216 240 320 343 445 473 468 518 585 63

Exterior and dimensions

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 Number  of poles Rated current
<40A ≥40A
Width (mm) Modules Width(mm) Modules
1 /2 45 2.5 54 3
2/2 63 3.5 72 4
3/3 90 5 103.5 5.75
3 /4 99 5.5 117 6.5
4/4 117 6.5 135 7.5




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