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ABB AC double pole 40A MCB

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They have C curve characteristics, and double pole configuration, breaking capacities up to 10 kA at 230/400 V AC and rated currents up to 40 A.

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SKU: ACMCB-2P-40-ABB Category:

Description

ABB 40 A 400V double pole AC MCB

Compact Home SH200 miniature circuit breakers are current limiting. They have two different tripping mechanisms, the delayed thermal tripping mechanism for overload protection and the electro-mechanic tripping mechanism for short circuit protection. They have C curve characteristics, and double pole configuration, breaking capacities up to 10 kA at 230/400 V AC and rated currents up to 40 A. This SH200 MCB comply with IEC/EN 60898-1, allowing the use for residential applications.
Technical data:
Model No: SH 202 M- C40
Standards: IS/IEC 60898-1
Poles: 2P
Tripping Characteristics: B, C, D
Rated Current: 40A
Rated Voltage:400/415 V AC
Insulation Voltage: 250 V AC (Phase to Ground)
440 V AC (Phase to Phase)
Max Operating Voltage: 440 V AC
Min Operating Voltage: 12 V AC
Rated Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Rated Short Circuit Capacity: 10kA
Energy Limiting Class: 3
Over Voltage Category (B, C up to 40A): III
Pollution Degree: 2
Rated Impulse withstand Voltage: 4kV (Test Voltage 6.2kV at Sea Level, 5kV at 2,000 m)
Dielectric Test Voltage: 2kV (50/60 Hz, 1 min)
Accessories mountable: No
Dimension: L*W*H- 35*69*85 mm
Weight: 207gm

FAQs:

1. How it will act under overload conditions?

This MCB will protect your appliances automatically by tripping when overload and a short circuit occurs.

2. Is this a certified product?

Yes, ABB MCB has CE, CB certificates.

3. Is there any warranty?

Yes, 1 year.

4. Can we use this AC MCB for residential purposes?
Yes.

5. Can we use AC MCB in the DC circuit?

Since there is no 0v point, the AC breaker design will NOT work in a DC circuit.

Additional information

Weight 0.28 kg
Country of origin:

India

Brand:

ABB

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