RCB distributed by Shrinath Electric provides RCCB with Residual Current Sensitivity – 10mA, 30mA, 100mA, 300mA, 500mA, 1000mA and Different Residual Current Sensitivity Tripping level serves a purpose. The recommended tripping level for max shock protection is 30mA which is provided by us as well.
Note: A tripping level of 100 mA will still give a degree of shock protection if it’s unfeasible to use a 30mA device. While a 300mA should never be used for shock protection, its purpose is to supply fire and equipment protection.
We also trade 2 Pole RCCB, which is employed just in case of a single-phase supply connection with only a live and a neutral wire. 3 Pole RCCB is analogous to a 4 Pole RCCB, but it only has three wires of a three-phase system. 4 Pole RCCB is used just in case of a three-phase supply connection also a further connection for the neutral of the availability.
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Even though electricity has become a necessity in our lives, it comes with its own set of risks to human health and safety and property damage. Given the high risk of electrocution and fire from electricity, all electrical equipment must be adequately insulated.
A Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) is a critical safety safeguard when it comes to electrical circuit protection. If a problem develops in the connected circuit or if the current exceeds the rated sensitivity, the gadget acts as a current sensor device. It can measure and disconnect the connection automatically.
As a result of Kirchhoff’s law, RCCB ensures a constant current flow in all circuits it inspects. RCCB compares the difference between the live and neutral wire current levels as a result. In an ideal world, the circuit’s live and neutral wires should have equal amounts of current. Reducing the neutral wire’s current when there is a problem is known as Residual Current. The RCCB trips off the circuit when it detects a Residual Current.
The RCCB’s reliability is evaluated using a test circuit included with the Residual Current Device. A small number of current flows through the test circuit as soon as the test button is pressed. The RCCB tripped, and the supply was removed because it caused an imbalance on the neutral coil of the device.
The circuit is automatically disconnected when the rated sensitivity is surpassed, protecting against earth faults and leakage currents. The RCCB also offers dual termination for cable and busbar connections. We, RCCB manufacturers, can help you to solve your problem.
Features a filtering device to protect against transient voltage levels, which reduces the risk of voltage fluctuations.