Moeller IZM 58 Circuit-Breakers
The new IZM58 circuit-breaker series offers complete coverage of the range from 630 to 6300 A. They are a highly modular system born out of intensive market feedback.
E.g. even while the circuit-breaker is in the "service" position in a panel, a great deal of information is obtainable about the accessories mounted. This is due to its unique design.
At a glance, the users can determine the fitted electrical accessories and the respective voltage ratings at the IZM58 circuit-breaker.
Some of the design philosophies involved:
- Innovative pole design which generates minimum heat.
- Extra safe engineering plastics chosen carefully so as to meet glow wire test requirement as per IEC 60695-2-1.
- Avoiding use of more than one material in moulded components so that recycling is easier.
- Avoiding use of non-environmentally friendly materials right from the main contacts to pigments to packing.
- Minimising component & hardware variety while maximising modularity, making maintenance easier.
for commercial/light industrial installations with switching surges such as fluorescent lighting or small motors
The tried and tested PKZM 0 now switches motors up to 32 A. Simultaneously, its short-circuit switching capacity has been increased significantly. The short-circuit rating (400 V) is now rated to 150 kA up to 12 A and 50 kA up to 32 A.
for domestic/commercial installations without power surges e.g. filament lamps and wall sockets
for abnormally high inrush currents e.g. motors with heavy starting duty
These circuit-breakers protect electrical equipment in the rated current range from 630 to 6300 A. They have digital tripping electronics, which are available in four different versions.
These circuit-breakers protect electrical equipment against thermal overloading and in the event of a short circuit. They cover the rated current range from 20 to 1600 A.
- A&S Circuit Breakers Co.,Ltd.
- 469 Xinsheng Road, Gaoxin District, Chengdu, China
- Contact Person:Christina
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