Single pole thermal-magnetic circuit breaker with tease-free, trip-free, snap action mechanism and two button operation (M-type TM CBE to EN 60934). Featuring a narrow profile housing, recessed terminals, standard EN rail mounting, and precision CBE performance.
E-T-A’s 201 is a single pole, thermal-magnetic circuit breaker with manual release button for rail mounting. It is a very compact circuit breaker which is ideally suited to basic applications without auxiliary contacts. The 201 can be switched on with a black push button. The separate red manual release button serves for manually switching off. In the event of tripping due to overcurrent or short circuit as well as after manual disconnection, the breaker can be reset by means of the black push button. Resettability ensures a significantly higher system availability than conventional blade fuses.
Approvals and standards
- IEC/EN 60934
- UL 1077
Approved to CBE standard EN 60934 (IEC 60934).
from 0.05 A until 16 A
|Number of poles||single pole|
|Mounting method||rail mounting|
|Terminal design||screw terminals|
|Auxiliary contacts||without auxiliary contacts|
|Water splash protection||without water splash protection|
5,000 operations at 1 x IN, inductive
5,000 operations at 2 x IN, resistive
|Interrupting capacity Icn||
0.05...0.8 A: self-limiting
1...2 A: 200 A
2.5...16 A: 400 A
|Certificates||VDE, CSA, UL|
Connector bus links -K10
01 = 2.5 mm2 black
02 = 1.5 mm2 brown
- (Steel industry)
- Automobile production
- Chemical, Oil & Gas
- Mechanical engineering
- Minus DC 28 V
- Minus DC 48 V
- Minus DC 72 V
- Pharmaceutical & Food
- Telecom & Datacom
A Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB) is a resettable protective device that prevents electrical circuits from catching fire and causing damage to personnel and property. It is a device designed to isolate a circuit during an overcurrent event without using a fusible element. There are two types of overcurrent events; a thermal overload and a short circuit.
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