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Doepke The experts in residual current protection technology Residual Current Circuit-Breakers it- r with Overcurrent Protection (RCBO) FIB / FIC» effi cient» reliable» fl exible» future-oriented Doepke

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Doepke The experts in residual current protection technology Residual Current Circuit-Breakers it- r with Overcurrent Protection (RCBO) FIB / FIC» effi cient» reliable» fl exible» future-oriented Doepke FIB / FIC type A / AC one-pole +N three-pole +N Protection of socket-outlet ring circuits in domestic and utility buildings as well as industrial installations with TN-S and TN-C-S systems. In IT systems RCBOs can be provided for disconnection in the event of a second short-to-earth. They must not be used in installations with TN-C systems or for protecting circuits in which electronic power equipment can give rise to smooth DC residual currents or residual currents with frequencies other than 50 Hz. Function Miniature circuit-breakers with mains voltage-independent residual current trip to EN for protecting installations in the event of short-circuits and overloads as per the requirements of IEC as well as for the protection of persons, livestock and property in cases of fault currents to earth as per IEC Mounting method» snap-on fastening on DIN-rail to EN possible in all standard distribution panels» any mounting position possible Features» overcurrent tripping characteristic B and C» one-pole +N and three-pole +N versions (Type A / AC / B)» one module width version (Type AC only)» rated currents 6 A to 40 A» rated residual currents 0.01 A, 0.03 A and 0.3 A Special Unit Type AC (one-pole +N, one module width) The single module RCBO is an electronic unit designed specifically for fi tting into consumer units (plastic and metal) to give earth leakage protection to an individual circuit. one-pole FIC / FIB type B one-pole +N three-pole +N Characteristics» compact design for all current ratings» highly short-circuit proof» indication of switch position» B and C characteristics for precise adaptation of the RCBO to protection requirement» use of standard wiring rails possible» neutral wire on right» AC-DC sensitive for residual currents with frequencies from 0 Hz (smooth DC current) to 100 khz» high availability also in respect of the voltage-dependent detection of smooth DC currents and AC residual currents with frequencies 50 Hz due to full functionality with mains voltages from min. 50 V AC at any two active wires» mains voltage-independent tripping with type A residual currents» meets the stipulations of design standards EN , E DIN VDE , IEC Ed. 2 Mounting method» snap-on fastening on DIN-rail to EN 60715» any mounting position» direction of input preferably from above Notes» suitable for use in 50 Hz AC systems» RCBOs are available for other frequencies upon request.» commercial and industrial installations with TT, TN-S and TN-C-S system, where electric power equipement that is not electrically isolated from mains is used, such as e.g. frequency converts, switching supply circuits, high-frequency current inverters, photovoltaic/solar energy systems or UPS systems with transformer-less inverters» RCBO with SK characteristic can be employed where high leakage currents are likely to arise and where fire protection is not required. Tripping characteristic NK The NK range guarantees classic fi re protection from 300 ma at frequencies up to 100 khz and thereby substantially exceeds the requirements of the new german standard for type B+ (DIN VDE ) residual current circuit-breakers (RCCBs). It is thus the optimum protection for installations with residual currents at high frequencies. Tripping characteristic SK In many electrical installations, such as e. g. in construction site power distribution, fi re protection plays a secondary role. Here it is often the case that only fault protection and high availability of plant are demanded. Due to the lower response sensitivity at higher frequencies, there are few equipment-related unwanted tripping incidents. Product range Type A / AC / B Type A / AC (one-/three-pole +N) 1AT Type AB CharacteristicC Characteristic I n one-pole +N three-pole +N one-pole +N three-pole +N Order no. Order no. Order no. Order no. 006 A 0.01 A A A A 0.01 A A A A 0.01 A A A A 0.01 A A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A (5 module widths) 0.03 A A Order numbers of Type AC devices on request. Type B (one-/three-pole +N) 6AGFhTkg Type B NKB CharacteristicC Characteristic I n one-pole +N three-pole +N one-pole +N three-pole +N Order no. Order no. Order no. Order no. 006 A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A AGFTkg Type B SKB CharacteristicC Characteristic I n one-pole + N three-pole + N one-pole + N three-pole + N Order no. Order no. Order no. Order no. 006 A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A A 0.03 A A Accessories for two-pole RCBOs Auxiliary Switch Hi 11 Function The Hi 11 can be retrofitted as an auxiliary switch to two-pole RCBOs Type AC (A). With the aid of other signalling devices (buzzer, indicator lamp, etc.) or via the Dupline bus system it enables the operating status of a residual current circuit-breaker to be indicated. Features» auxiliary switch function» retrofi ttable» compact design» 1 normally closed contact / 1 normally open contact Mounting Method» clamped on the left side of the residual current circuit-breaker» snap-on fastening on DIN-rail to EN possible in all standard distribution panels» any mounting position possible Displays the operating status of power supplies in domestic and utility buildings as well as industrial installations. Note The auxiliary switch does not affect the function of the RCBO. Remote Trip Module FAM 1 Function The FAM 1 can be retrofitted as an external triggering device to two-pole RCBOs Type AC (A). Triggering of the residual current trip function by an external contact (push-button, time switch etc.) results in remote switch-off. Disconnection of power supply circuits in domestic and utility buildings as well as industrial installations by means of fault indicators and alarm systems. Features» retrofi ttable» compact design Mounting Method» clamped on the left side of the RCBO» snap-on fastening on DIN-rail to EN possible in all standard distribution panels» any mounting position possible Notes» the FAM 1 does not affect the function of the combined RCBO» not suitable for operational switching Technical data Technical data FIB/FIC one-pole +N FIB/FIC three-pole +N Number of poles one-pole +N three-pole +N module widths 2 (Type A/AC) 4 (Type B) 4 (Type A/AC 6 A to 32 A) 5 (Type A/AC 40 A) 6 (Type B) Design requirements EN Rated voltage ~230 V ~400 V Rated frequency 50 Hz 50 Hz Residual current sensitivity Type AC Type AC residual current Type A AC and pulsating DC residual currents Type B AC-DC sensitive Energy limiting class 3 Rated breaking capacity / short circuit resistance 10 ka (Type A/AC) / 6 ka (Type B) 6 ka Tripping characteristic B and C Back-up fuse 100 A/gL Conductor cross-section 1 to 25 mm 2 Enclosure protection type, installed IP 40 Ambient temperature -25 C to +40 C Tightening torque of connecting terminals 2 to 2.4 Nm Mounting on DIN EN rail Type A, one-pole +N Type A, three-pole +N Type A, three-pole +N (40 A) Type AC, one-pole Doepke Schaltgeräte GmbH Stellmacherstraße Norden, Germany Phone Fax Type B, one-pole +N Type B, three-pole +N Model no Date: 01/2013 Doepke Schaltgeräte GmbH Subject to technical modifications
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