The electronic circuit protector ESS30-S with physical isolation is the globally unique electronic overcurrent protection for DC 24 V applications as a “low energy breaker”. For the use in decentralised and centralised power supply units, it meets the requirements to DIN EN 60934, to UL1077 as a Supplementary Protector and to UL 1310 as “Class2 power unit” (NEC class2). The compact device can be plugged into the terminal blocks 17plus and 18plus and into the SVS power distribution systems and ensures quick and easy installation.
New! Now also adjustable versions available!
DC 24 V (18...30 V)
1 A/2 A adjustable
3 A/6 A adjustable
|Number of poles||1-pole|
with physical isolation
short circuit: typically 150 ms...500 ms
overload: typically 500 ms
|Current limitation||typically 1,2 x IN|
|Status indication||1 LED green/orange/red: status/fault|
|Terminal design||blade terminals 6.3 mm|
|Mounting method||plug-in type,|
|Certificates||UL 1077 DC 24 V, UL 2367 DC 24 V, UL1310 (NEC Class 2) DC 24 V, VDE IEC/EN 60934 DC 24 V|
- Automobile production
- Chemical, Oil & Gas
- Power Engineering DC 24 V
Datasheet & Explanations
- Declaration of Conformity 358.0 KB
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