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Lovato P1MBUH3PC20 - 3 Poles 20A Miniature Circuit Breaker - 3 Modules - 480VAC - C-curve Trip Type - UL489 & CSA

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UL489 Branch Circuit Breaker, Miniature Style, Three Poles, 20A, Thermal and Magnetic Trip Type, C-curve Characteristic, 480VAC.
 

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Lovato P1MBUH3PC20 - 3 Poles 20A Miniature Circuit Breaker - 3 Modules - 480VAC - C-curve Trip Type - UL489 & CSA

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Stock Code P1MBUH3PC20
Brand Lovato
Family Miniature Circuit Breaker 1...63A, UL489
UPC 8013975221136
Rating 3 Pole - 10KA 3 Modules
Voltage (V) 480Vac
Amp Rating 20A
Pole (3P) Three Pole
Width (in) 54mm / 2.12"
Height (in) 116mm /4.57"
Depth (in.) 75.52mm / 2.97"
Mounting Fixing on 35mm DIN rail
UL Listed UL489, CSA: C22.2 N°235, cULus Listed
Notes C-curve: instantaneous trip 5...10 times In for inductive loads (mixed and inductive resistive loads with low inrush current)

These devices comply with the UL 489 standard, mostly used in the North American markets. They are designed to protect feeder circuits, the part of the system from the network supply point to the protection device for a branch circuit. They can also be used on the international market thanks to compliance with the IEC/EN/BS 60947-2 standard.

They have characteristics of tripping instantaneously defined as follows:
– C-curve: instantaneous trip 5...10 times In for inductive loads (mixed loads, resistive and inductive with low inrush current)
– D-curve: instantaneous trip 10...14 times In for highly inductive loads (loads with high inrush and current such as motors).


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