The model ESS31-T extends our product group of electronic overcurrent protection devices for DC 24 V applications. At a width of only 12.5 mm it provides selective protection for all DC 24 V load circuits. This is achieved by a combination of active electronic current limitation in the event of a short circuit and overload disconnection at typically 1.2 times rated current. The ESS31-T is track-mountable and provides ease of installation for groups of devices with several circuits.
DC 24 V 18 V...30 V
|Number of poles||1-pole|
with physical isolation
short circuit: typically 100 ms
overload: typically 500 ms
|Current limitation||typically 1,2 x IN|
|Status indication||1 LED green/orange/red: status/fault|
|Terminal design||screw terminals|
|Certificates||UL 1077 DC 24 V, UL 508listed DC 24 V, UL 2367 DC 24 V, UL1310 (NEC Class 2) DC 24 V, VDE IEC/EN 60934 DC 24 V|
- (Steel industry)
- Automobile production
- Chemical, Oil & Gas
- Mechanical engineering
- Pharmaceutical & Food
- Power Engineering DC 24 V
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