Wholesale Discount Automatic Transfer Switching Equipment-FTQ2E for Juventus Importers


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Body switch FTB2-63 MCB Series
Rated voltage (V): AC 400(4P/3P); AC 230V(2P)/50HZ
Rated insulation voltage: 440
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp(KV): 4
Rated breaking Capacity: 6.5
Mechanical and electrical life: electric 6000
Machinery 10000
Operating position: Normally on,backup on,Normal and backup off
Operating transfer time: ≤1.5
Electrical class: CB
Usage category: AC-33iB
Controller functions:
switch automaticly in condition of phase loss, pressure loss ,undervoltage and other power failure,
automatic change and automatic recovery ,automatic change and non automatic recovery,fire fighting
joint control, Manual/automatic adjustion,power/power on/tripping indication,fault alarm
Controller Operating Voltage: AC230V/50Hz
Undervoltage conversion value: AC175V(±5)
Undervoltage  return value: AC190V(±5)
Conversion Delay(normal to backup): 0S-60S adjustable,factory default setting:5S
Return Delay(normal to backup: 0S-60S adjustable,factory default setting:5S
Size(L×W×H)mm: 248 × 125×121

WARNING! Sustaining an electric shock may be fatal. Be sure to follow standard fire safety guidelines.

In this video, I will show you how to make a simple heater with power ranging from 10 to up to 100 kWatts! To do this, we will need steel wire and an insulated cable. And that’s it!

When I prepared the first test, I cut a piece of wire that was 3 meters in length, with a diameter of 1.7 mm. I then attached the 220v cable to both sides. The current in the circuit reaches up to 100 amps, so it is better to connect directly to the circuit breaker, so that you don’t overload the circuit and blowout your outlets.

Nichrome wire will not work, due to its high electrical resistance, it can only give 1 or 2 kWatts. But steel has a lower resistance, making it far more powerful. The heat is felt almost instantly. Within a minute, the walls and furniture have also warmed up. This is vastly more powerful than a conventional heater. For comfort and safety, it is recommended to wrap the wire around an asbestos-cement (AC) pipe with legs.

The intensity of the output depends on the thickness and length of the wire. Be careful to not cut the wire too short, as it will melt. Incidentally, the efficiency of such heaters is higher than that of air heaters, radiators and fans. This is because instead of heating the air, the objects themselves are heated with infrared rays.

As you can see, not tricky at all!

In this video, I will show you how to start a fire using a cell phone or smartphone. For this, we will need foil paper. It is commonly used for packaging chocolates, cigarettes and various other products.

Next, you need to cut or tear a thin strip of the foil. Bend the ends down in a way that would enable you to easily connect them to the phone battery. Carefully crumple the strip, so that the flame is not extinguished by wind.

Now, remove the battery from the phone and attach the ends of the strip to the outer terminals on the battery. As the current passes through the foil, it heats up and ignites.

There are a number of advantages to this fire-starting method.

* Firstly, most people almost always have their phone with them – even in the woods.
* Secondly, even if you do not have foil paper, it is easy to find. After all, it can be found in most litter and trash.
* Thirdly, this method work perfectly in wet weather. Even if we fully soak both the foil and battery.
* Moreover, very little energy is required. My phone battery used up only 3% to ignite the foil.
* Lastly, if you crumple the foil tightly, the chances of the fire getting blown out by wind are slight.

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