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Miniature circuit breaker, 253 VAC, 10 A, 1-polig

Order No.: 06N6326

Manufacturer: ABB

Manufacturer No.: 2CDS251001R0428

RoHS compliant version available, last updated: 08.06.2011
Amount Price per piece(s)
1 €27.1201
10 €24.4902
0 piece(s) in stock
Incl. VAT but without shipping costs
Minimum order quantity:  1
Multiple:  1

Product specification

Manufacturer information
Manufacturer: ABB
Manufacturer number: 2CDS251001R0428
Country of origin: Germany
Customs tariff number: 85362010

Product description

Automatic circuit breakers, type ABB Stotz S 20.

Automatic circuit breaker for mounting rails to EN 60715, 35 mm; Rated voltage: 230/400 VAC. Operating voltage: max. 253/multi-pole 440 VAC. DC voltage max.: single-pole 72 VDC/double-pole 125 VDC. Insulation group: C at 250 VAC, B at 380 VAC. Operating temperatures: –25 to +55 °C. Connection cross-sections: up to 16 mm². Mounting depth: 68 mm.

With characteristics Z, type S 201-Z.

Tripping characteristics: Z to DIN VDE 0660, for protecting semiconductor components, measuring circuits with converters, power outlet circuits and control circuits with high impedance (e.g., disconnects power outlet circuits within 0.2 s to DIN VDE 0100 Part 410 and control circuits within 5.0 s to DIN VDE 0113), for the protection against overheating of electrical equipment in case of surge current caused by overload, short-circuit or ground faults with assignment to DIN VDE 0100 Part 430 and for the protection against hazardous shock currents generated through high touch voltages in case of insulation faults to DIN VDE 0100 Part 410. The automatic circuit breaker limits the current and has two different tripping modes acting on the cutout mechanism: a thermal cutout with delay for overload protection and an electromagnetic high-speed cutout with shock anchor for short-circuit.

Technical attributes (type, number of poles, rated current): S 201-Z10, single-pole, 10 A


Technical Data Sheets

Environmentally relevant information

RoHS  Yes (08.06.2011)
SVHC  Free (28.10.2008)

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