Type: 1180


Miniaturised single pole thermal circuit breaker with switching function optional (push-push actuation). Reliable snap-acting and trip-free mechanism. Approved to CBE standard EN/IEC 60934. S type, TO.

Blade terminals fitting into sockets for rail mounting.

Voltage rating
  • AC 250 V
  • DC 65 V
  • UL, UL Canada: AC 72 V
Current ratings from 0.1 A until 10 A  
Number of poles single pole
Mounting method socket
rail mounting
Terminal design blade terminals
Actuation push button
Auxiliary contacts without auxiliary contacts
Water splash protection without water splash protection
Illumination without illumination
Typical life 6,000 operations at 1 x IN (resistive)

3,000 opeations at 1 x IN (inductive)

500 operations at 2 x IN inductive)
Interrupting capacity Icn 0.1…5 A 6 x IN AC 250 V, DC 65 V

6…10 A 8 x IN AC 250 V, DC 65 V

0.1…0,7 A 25 x IN DC 30 V

0.8…6 A 10 x IN DC 30 V

7…10 A 20 x IN DC 30 V
Certificates VDE, UL, CSA


Order number Description
X 222 232 01 bus connection for potential bridging
X 222 233 01 terminal block for DIN rail mounting
X 222 233 02 terminal block for DIN rail mounting with LED DC 24 V
X 222 315 02 terminal block for DIN rail mounting with LED DC 24 V
X 222 316 01 terminal block for DIN rail mounting
X 222 317 01 feed supply terminal with spring-loaded terminals
X 222 318 01/02 jumper
01 = 2pole
02 = 3pole
Y 307 373 01 insulation barriers
Y 307 374 01 label
Y 307 375 01 label
Y 307 507 01 cover
Y 307 508 01 label


  • Aerospace
  • Automation
  • Chemical, Oil & Gas
  • Lighting technology
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Minus DC 28 V
  • Minus DC 48 V
  • Minus DC 72 V
  • Pharmaceutical & Food
  • Telecom & Datacom


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