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BDGL-125 100A 100 amp MCB Isolator Switch Miniature Circuit Breakers

An MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker) is a protective device used in electrical systems for detecting and disconnecting current in an electrical circuit to prevent overloading or short-circuiting of wires and electrical equipment that could cause a fire or other hazard.MCBs are usually installed in electrical panels, and can be operated manually or automatically to disconnect the current.
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TypeMCB Miniature Circuit Breaker
Number of Poles 
2
Rated Current(A)1-63A
VoltageAC 230/240V,400V/450V(4P)
Rated Frequency50HZ

Pole

1P/2P/3P/4P
Protection
IP20
Package TypeStandard Export Carton Or According To The Customer' Requirements
CertificateCCC CE ROSH


Features

·Short Circuit Protection: The MCB can also detect a short circuit condition in an electrical circuit and quickly disconnect the circuit. This helps prevent a sudden rise in current, thereby reducing the risk of damage to electrical equipment and personal injury.

·Cost Effectiveness: MCBs are often more cost effective than conventional fuses or other protective devices, and they have a longer service life and lower maintenance costs.


Why Choose MCB?

Overall, MCB miniature circuit breakers offer a high degree of safety, reliability and flexibility, advantages that have made them a common overload and short-circuit protection device in modern electrical systems. However, there is still a need to consider application-specific requirements and circuit characteristics when selecting and installing MCBs.

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