The ESX60 is a communicable electronic circuit protector. It is a component of the CPC20 ControlPlex® system. This system consists of the CPC20 bus controller and the 18plus ControlPlex modules for power distribution and the ESX60D electronic circuit protectors.
The ESX60D is a smart electronic circuit protector. It offers active current limitation to enable protection also of capacitive and inductive loads. Despite its small width of only 12.5 mm, it provides two channels. The status per channel can be seen via an LED directly on the device. Additionally, the ESX60D transmits status and measuring values via the proprietary device ELBus® first to the CPC20 and from there to the superordinate control unit, as well as to Cloud applications. In particular, its parametrisability makes the ESX60D very flexible to use and enables flexible setting of its current ratings and parameters through the integrated web server or the connected programmable logic controllers. Thus, the user can import the relevant information regarding his DC 24 V voltage supply and process it accordingly.
DC 18 - 30 V
DC 24 V
short circuit: typically 100 ms
overload: typically 3 s
typically 1.4 x IN
typically 1.8 x IN
|Signal output||Digitally transmitted|
|Status indication||1 LED green/orange/red|
|Temperature range||0....+60 °C|
|Mounting method||On module 18plus-CP|
- Automobile production
- Chemical, Oil & Gas
- Pharmaceutical & Food
- Power Engineering DC 24 V
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