Type ESX10-TC DC 48 V
The model ESX10-TC-101-DC48V extends our product group of electronic overcurrent protection devices for DC 48 V applications.
At a width of only 12.5 mm it provides selective protection for all DC 24 V, DC 36 V and DC 48 V load circuits.
The robust design ensures unrivalled stability for selective protection of more loads at one DC power supply. The ESX10-TC-101-DC48V electronic circuit protector provides superior performance and functional reliability, especially for the protection of power trains such as DC motors, multiphase motors, servomotors and their control technology.
ESX10-T helps to save time and costs. The track-mountable circuit protector’s standard version provides one channel in the current ratings 1A through 16A. By means of busbars, the modular device allows construction of multi-channelled solutions and configuration of single or group signalling. The sophisticated mechanical design of the component also enables a minus load return directly to the module. Thanks to this function, a sub-distribution can be set up directly at the ESX10-T electronic circuit protector when planning the hardware.
DC 48 V (18...60 V)
|typically 1,2 x IN
|potential-free auxiliary contact (solid state relay), N/O, terminal 13 - 14 DC 48 V (0 ... 60 V), max. 0.2 A
|1 LED green/red: status/fault
|UL 2367 in preparation UL 508 in preparation
- Mechanical engineering
- Pharmaceutical & Food
- Telecom & Datacom
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