1+N 10 A RCBO, DIN Rail, Trip Sensitivity 10mA System M Pro DS201

  • RS Stock No. 767-4049
  • Mfr. Part No. DS201 B10 A10
  • Manufacturer ABB
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
Product Details

System Pro M Compact, 1P, Type B

A range of Residual Current Circuit-breakers with overcurrent protection and integrated in the System Pro M Compact® Range to offer complete protection in a single device.

1 Pole + N
B characteristic
Rated voltage of 230 Vac
DIN Mount

ABB RCBO's & RCCB's

RCBO's : DIN rail mounting with an operating temperature range of -25 to +55 °C. Optimum frequency range of 50 to 60Hz

Specifications
Attribute Value
Range System M Pro
Series DS201
Current Rating 10 A
Trip Sensitivity 10mA
Number of Poles 1+N
Mounting Style DIN Rail
Tripping Characteristics Type B
Earth Leakage Protection Type A
4 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
SGD 318.02
(exc. GST)
SGD 340.28
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
SGD318.02
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