3 63 A MCCB Molded Case Circuit Breaker, Breaking Capacity 50 kA Fixed Mount xEnergy NZM1

  • RS-stocknr. 628-7988
  • Fabrikantnummer 265720 | NZMN1-M63
  • Fabrikant Eaton
Datasheets
Wetgeving en conformiteit
Conform
Land van herkomst: DE
Productomschrijving

NZM1 MCCB

Toggle operation as standard
Rotary handles available and easy to fit
Easy fitting of undervoltage and shunt trips

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Range XEnergy
Series NZM1
Number of Poles 3
Current Rating 63 A
Breaking Capacity 50 kA
Rated AC Voltage 690 V
Rated DC Voltage 500V
Mounting Style Fixed
Length 90mm
Width 145mm
Depth 84.5mm
tijdelijk niet op voorraad – nieuwe voorraad verwacht op 18/08/2020, met een levertijd van 2 à 3 werkdagen.
Prijs 1 Box of 1
420,24
(excl. BTW)
508,49
(incl. BTW)
Box(es)
1 +
420,24 €
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