c3controls introduces the 1100 series of circuit breakers

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  c3controls introduces the 1100 series of circuit breakers

20. June 2018 – c3controls, a manufacturer of industrial control products, unveiled the 1100 series of circuit breakers, first offered by MCBs. The MCBs feature 10kA Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) and provide short circuit and overload protection for branch and downstream equipment.

The 1100 Series, which includes both UL 489 Branch Circuit Breakers and UL 1077 Supplementary Circuit Breakers and over 500 unique configurations, is suitable for a variety of applications. The configurations include single pole, one plus neutral, two, three and three plus neutral, with currents from 0.5A to 63A, all with thermal and magnetic trip elements for overload and short circuit protection.

Fully tested, the molded case circuit breakers are suitable for use in accordance with IEC 60947-2 and IEC 60898 and are UL listed and CE marked to meet global requirements and to comply with RoHS directives.

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  • IP20 touch-proof contact protection; The switch status is clearly displayed via a color-coded status window;
  • Holding the operating handle in the ON position does not prevent the circuit breaker from tripping
  • Captive screws make losing screws, double clamps, virtually impossible space for solid / stranded wire and flat cable lugs;
  • 17.5 mm wide propole construction allows smaller panels;
  • 35 mm DIN rail mounting for assembly and disassembly, applications
  • Please send us your request with full details via the following link to supply your equipment in the fields of power, instrumentation and industrial computers. We will try to respond to you as soon as possible.

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