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Product Configurator for Circuit Breakers

E-T-A offers you a wide range of protection solutions for nearly all kinds of applications. This configurator will help you to find all the products meeting your requirements with a few mouse clicks.

In the event of further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be pleased to assist you.

Continuous load to be carried by the circuit breaker (no trip); mostly indicated on type label of motor etc.
Normally the mains voltage, e.g. 230VAC world wide or 115VAC for North America. Rated voltage means the voltage value indicated with plus and minus tolerances.
Number of phases / protected phases. With DC normally one phase, i.e. 1-pole or 2-pole if both - line and return line - shall be protected.
threadneck:single hole or panel mounting with hexnuts and knurled nuts
flange:snap-in panel mounting
front panel:panel mounting or screw-in mounting
plug-in type:plug-in mounting into a socket (normally with P10 blade terminals / quick connect)
printed circuit board:to be soldered on pc boards
integral:device to be inserted into a given form
blade terminals / quick connect:plug-in blades 6.3mm, 4.8mm or 2.8 mm
screw terminals:for clamping the connecting cables
solder terminals:for solder connection of connecting cables
Signal contacts for signalling that the circuit breaker has tripped
rocker:rocker switch for ON/OFF operation
toggle:toggle switch for ON/OFF operation
push button:button to switch ON or - with some breakers - to switch ON or OFF (push/push or push/pull)
manual release button:additional button to switch off the breaker mechanically
thermal:thermally (normally by means of a bimetal) delayed trip
thermal-magnetic:thermally delayed trip with low overcurrents, instantaneous magnetic trip with high overcurrents or short circuit
hydraulic-magnetic:hydraulically delayed magnetic trip (HM = hydraulic-magnetic) or instantaneous magnetic trip (MO = magnetic only)
high performance:thermal or thermal-magnetic trip for high short circuit values and high shock and vibration values.
Current rating required for your application
  A
Rated voltage applied
     V
Number of poles required for your application
Required mounting method
Required terminal type
Auxiliary contacts required?
Required type of actuation
Trip mode or product group required for your application