MCCB & ELCB

Same external dimensions as MCCB and ELCB

ㅇ Rated Current: 3~1200A

ㅇ Breaking capacity (Icu): 10~85kA

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MCB & CP

MCB automatically switches off electrical circuit during abnormal conditions of the network by means of overload condition as well as faulty condition. MCB is used in end loads protection as much as possible. CP is a device that detects abnormal currents in an electrical circuit then blocks and protects the circuit.

CONTACTOR & OVERLOAD RELAY

Suitable for controlling, protecting, and switching LS control components.
The components aim to save space, allow for flexibility, is convenient and easy to wire, and install through various accessories.

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CONTACTOR & OVERLOAD RELAY

Suitable for controlling, protecting, and switching LS control components.
The components aim to save space, allow for flexibility, is convenient and easy to wire, and install through various accessories.

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EMPR

Electronic Motor Protection Relay

EMPR is an electronic motor protection relay used to protect low voltage motors by replacing thermal overload relays, also known as electronic overcurrent relays.


EMPR is highly reliable by its accuracy and real-time data processing. LEDs on EMPR indicate status of a system, and there are models which provide display of load current, saving cause of failure, and communication functions.

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ACB

Air Circuit Breaker

Air Circuit Breaker is to be installed in low voltage distribution lines to break the circuit when over current, short circuit, or ground fault occurs in order to protect user and other secondary components.

VCB

Vacuum Circuit Breaker

A vacuum circuit breaker, VCB is installed in the medium voltage distribution lines to protect life and load equipment.
In case of accidents such as over-current, short circuit, or ground fault current, VCB works by interrupting the circuit through the inner vacuum Interrupter which is triggered by a signal from the relay installed in the circuit

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