RCD block adds 3-phase earth-leakage protection to Hagerís MCBs
Published:  03 May, 2013
HAGER, distribution board, RCD

3-phase earth-leakage protection can be provided by adding Hagerís One Module Add-on RCD Block to any of the companyís MCBs up to 63 A. Available with trip sensitivities of 30, 100 and 300mA, the Add-on Block can be used in any Hager distribution board and, when combined with a MCB, provide over-current and earth-leakage protection for a circuit.

Market manager Stephen Dyson says, ĎWiring between DIN-mounted RCCBs and MCBs can be time consuming and expensive. We have designed the Add-on Block to be simple and practical to use.í

One device suits any combination of Hager 10 kA MCB (B, C or D curve) up to 63 A.




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