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  • What is advantage of MCB

    Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs) designed for DC voltages are ideal for applications in communication and photovoltaic (PV) DC systems. With a specific focus on practicality and reliability, these MCBs offer a range of advantages, addressing the unique challenges posed by direct current applicat...
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  • What is a Molded Case Circuit Breaker

    In the world of electrical systems and circuits, safety is paramount. One key piece of equipment that plays a key role in maintaining safety is the Molded Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB). Designed to protect circuits from overloads or short circuits, this safety device plays a vital role in preventi...
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  • What is an Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) & Its Working

    Early earth leakage circuit breakers are voltage detecting devices, which are now switched by current sensing devices (RCD/RCCB). Generally, the current sensing devices termed RCCB, and voltage detecting devices named Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB). Forty years ago, the first current ECLBs...
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  • Residual current operated circuit breakers type B

    Type B residual current operated circuit breaker without overcurrent protection, or Type B RCCB for short, is a key component in the circuit. It plays a vital role in ensuring the safety of people and facilities. In this blog, we will delve into the importance of Type B RCCBs and their role in c...
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  • Residual Current Device (RCD)

    Electricity has become an integral part of our lives, powering our homes, workplaces and various devices. While it brings convenience and efficiency, it also brings potential dangers. The risk of electric shock or fire due to ground leakage is a serious concern. This is where Residual Current De...
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  • What Makes MCCB & MCB Similar?

        Circuit breakers are important components in electrical systems because they provide protection against short circuit and overcurrent conditions. Two common types of circuit breakers are molded case circuit breakers (MCCB) and miniature circuit breakers (MCB). Although they are des...
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  • What Is An RCBO & How Does It Work?

          In this day and age, electrical safety is of paramount importance. As we become more reliant on electricity, it is important to have a complete understanding of the equipment that protects us from potential electrical hazards. In this blog, we’ll delve into the world o...
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  • Enhance your industrial safety with miniature circuit breakers

    In the dynamic world of industrial environments, safety has become critical. Protecting valuable equipment from potential electrical failures and ensuring the health of personnel is critical. This is where miniature circuit breaker...
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  • MCCB Vs MCB Vs RCBO: What Do They Mean?

      An MCCB is a molded case circuit breaker, and an MCB is a miniaturised circuit breaker. They are both used in electrical circuits to provide overcurrent protection. MCCBs are typically used in larger systems, while MCBs are used in smaller circuits. An RCBO is a combination of an MCCB and...
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  • CJ19 Switching Capacitor AC Contactor: Efficient Power Compensation for Optimum Performance

    In the field of power compensation equipment, CJ19 series switched capacitor contactors have been widely welcomed. This article aims to delve deeper into the features and benefits of this remarkable device. With its ability to swit...
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  • What to do if an RCD trips

        It can be a nuisance when an RCD trips but it is a sign that a circuit in your property is unsafe.  The most common causes of RCD tripping are faulty appliances but there can be other causes. If an RCD trips i.e. switches to the ‘OFF’ position you can: Try resetting the RCD by tog...
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  • Why do MCBs trip frequently? How to avoid MCB tripping?

      Electrical faults can potentially destroy many lives due to overloads or short circuits, and to protect from overloads & short circuit, an MCB is used. Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs) are electromechanical devices which are used to protect an electrical circuit from an Overload &...
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