Type: ESX10-TC DC 12 V
Electronic circuit protector type ESX10-TC is designed to ensure selective disconnection of DC 12 V load systems. DC 12 V power supplies, which are widely used in industry today, will shut down the output in the event of an overload with the result that one faulty load in the system can lead to complete disconnection of all loads. As well as an unidentified failure this also means stoppage of the whole system.
Through selective disconnection the ESX10-TC responds much faster to overload or short circuit conditions than the switch-mode power supply. This is achieved by active current limitation. The ESX10-T limits the highest possible current to 1.3 to 1.8 times the selected rated current of the circuit protector. Thus it is possible to switch on capacitive loads of up to 20,000 μF, but they are disconnected only in the event of an overload or short circuit.
DC 12 V (9...18 V)
|Number of poles||1-pole|
short circuit: typically 100 ms
overload: typically 3 s
|Current limitation||typically 1.8 / 1.5 / 1.3 x IN|
status output, plus-switching (DC 12 V)
short circuit-proof, max. 0.2 A
|Status indication||1 LED green/orange/red: status/fault|
|Terminal design||screw terminals|
|Certificates||UL 2367 UL 508 UL 1604 (class Ι, div.2, groups A,B,C,D) TÜV Süd/ATEX - approval IEC/EN 60079-0/-14/-15|
Connector bus links -K10
01 = 2.5 mm2 black
02 = 1.5 mm2 brown
- Automobile production
- Mechanical engineering
- Medical technology
- Pharmaceutical & Food
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