MAXGE announces the launch of a new 2P RCBO for overload, short circuit & earth leakage protection. The rated current range is from 6-63A, short breaking capacity is 10kA/6kA & rated leakage current from 10-300 mA. The unique patented design of the mechanism gives the feature of leakage fault indicator which guides end-user to fix leakage current before the power supply is resumed. We have got certification from TUV , CB, & CE for it.
The SGM6 series MCCB is an industrial-grade circuit breaker is designed and developed according to IEC 60947-2 standard and for whole range we have received KEMA certification . It has the function of overload and tripping under short circuit conditions. The product design is compact and easy to install and use. It can operate reliably under high temperature and humid environment, and can be used with a variety of accessories such as shunt trip, UVT, auxillary contacts, Trip alarm contact.
Plastic consumer unit for household application : 2P Isolator(Main Switch)
MAXGE Electric provides complete plastic consumer unit solutions for the European market. In this video, we have identified various solutions for plastic consumer units. End customers can choose to install 2P lsolator as main switch and SPD, AFDD, 1P MCB,2P MCB, DPN MCB, DPN RCBO, 2P RCBO according to their needs. The consumer unit has passed TUV certification.
MCB has the characteristics of advanced structure, reliable performance, high breaking capacity and beautiful appearance. It is mainly used for AC 50HZ or 60HZ, rated voltage 400V or below and rated working current 63A or below. It is used for overload and short-circuit protection of lighting, distribution lines, equipment in office buildings, residential buildings and etc. It can also be used for infrequent on-off operations and conversion of lines.
is suitable for AC 50Hz, rated working voltage 230V~400V, rated current 16~80A and mainly protects from overload and short circuit. And, it can also give over-voltage and under-voltage protection and provide protection against fires caused by ground faults due to the inactivity of the over current protection device.