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Hager discrimination charts

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Hager, 4 Dec 2013.

  1. Hager

    Hager

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    HI,

    I've been looking at the discrimination charts between MCCBs and MCBs but can't tatham out what the numbers mean, Marked out the ones i'm looking at.

    Its '2.6' but is that seconds or kA difference?

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  3. mfarrow

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    Purely as a guess, but I would imagine it would be in seconds. The reason being, is that large differences are simply signified as 'T' - this assumingly stands for 'Total' i.e. you cannot practically draw a line down from one devices curve down to the other.
     
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