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FA22993What is the ratio n between the peak value and the root mean square value of the short-circuit current
Product standard BS EN 60947-1 defines the ratio n between the peak value and the rms value of the short-circuit current (table 16 on page 106). The...
FA23007What is the meaning of the items screen-printed on the setting selector switches of the Micrologic and STR electronic control units.
Standard IEC 60947-2 defines the names of the selector switches. The meanings of the screen-printed items on the selector switches of the trip units...
FA22721Why are XPE foot switches only available with quick-break contacts whereas older models were available with slow-break contacts?
For many years it was not possible to comply with the rules on positive opening using quick-break contacts. For this reason products were designed...
FA23926What is the meaning of the utilization categories AC1 and AC3 for the Tesys contactors?
The standard utilization categories defines the current making and breaking values for contactors. They depend on the following: The type of...
FA177522Does Modicon Quantum comply to IEC61000-4-3 Standard
Yes, Modicon Quantum confirm to IEC61000-4-3 standard as IEC61000-4-3 which specify the test method is the "sub-stardard" including in IEC61131-2....
FA176723What is the difference between UL and IEC standard
The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) and UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) standards differ significantly.  IEC standards specify...
FA171253Are Multi 9 and Acti 9 contactors CT/iCT in compliance with the EN 61095 standard.
Our Acti9 and Multi9 range iCT/CT are fully compliant with EN61095. The EN61095 is the dedicated standard for contactors for household and similar...
FA12081What is the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the Multi9 product range.
For Multi9 product ranges, Mean Time To Failure (MTTF) values is used for assessment of the product life cycle. MTTF is the estimated reliability...
FA166323Are the EasyPact CVS circuit breakers in compliance to the tests for electromagnetic or mechanical vibrations.
EasyPact CVS devices resist electromagnetic or mechanical vibrations. Tests are carried out in compliance with standard IEC 60068-2-6 for the levels...
FA166310What are the international standards to which EasyPact circuit breakers are in compliance for Climatic withstand tests .
The EasyPact CVS circuit breakers are in compliance with the tests defined by the following standards for extreme atmospheric conditions:   ...

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