Schneider Electric is the one of my favorite brand for electrical protection device.This time I want to share information about one of the Schneider Electric product.It is DIN rail modular Device- ACTI 9 Miniature Circuit Breaker by Schneider Electric.
DIN rail modular device have several range of products.Actually I want highlight about miniature circuit breaker ACTI 9 device that used widely in low voltage electrical installation.
Schneider Electric produce the high quality products with advance technology for low voltage circuit protection like Miniature circuit breaker (MCB).That why I always choose products from Schneider Electric to my electrical installation.
Schneider Electric ACTI 9 Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCB’s)
For ACTI 9 miniature circuit breakers,Schneider Electric have several range of products that designed for various application.They designed for Normal application with 120 Amp breaker capacity,Motor protection,Neutral breaking,High performance breaker,Motor starter breaker and also for DC or Solar generation.
1) C120 – Miniature Circuit Breakers up to 125A
- Nominal current: 10 to 125 A
- Large choice of breaking capacities and tripping curves: B, C, D…
- Protection of electrical circuits in all industrial and tertiary buildings.
2) C60 for DC circuits
- Current ratings: 0.5 to 63 A
- C60H-DC : for operating voltages 24 to 500V DC
- Especially suitable to protect cables between solar cells and inverters in photovoltaic generation systems
3) iC60LMA – Motor protection Miniature Circuit Breaker up to 40A
- Large choice of breaking capacities up to 100 kA and tripping curves: B, C, D, Compliance with standards IEC/EN 60898 or IEC/EN 60947-2,
- Optional auxiliaries: indication of state and tripping, shunt tripping, under voltage tripping, over voltage tripping.
4) P25M – Multi 9 motor starter circuit-breaker up to 25A
- Thermal trip: sensitive to underphase; magnetic trip: 12 In
- Motor protection in all industrial and tertiary buildings
- Optional auxiliaries: indication of state and tripping, shunt trip, undervoltage trip