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MCCB Settings

09/17/2009 7:17 AM

plz guide me about the setting of MCCB

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Re: MCCB Settings

09/17/2009 3:37 PM

Please refer to the manufacturer of your MCCB. They will publish books containing this information, you should be able to download these freely.

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Re: MCCB Settings

09/17/2009 8:43 PM

I think what you mean is to guide you about selecting of MCCB for your load. Is that what you mean?.

Most of the MCCB setting is already set in the factory excepts these that have electronic current detecting device where you can set the % of the overcurrent and the TMS time. All these setting depend upon your connected load.

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