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RCD Fused Spurs - 30mA Active


 Electrical latching - Needs to be reset after power failure  High intensity LED power on indicator, clear visual indicator of power on  Mechanical flag trip indicator  Integral cord outlet and cable clamp  Fuse holder can be locked out for safety  Twin earth terminals


Technical Data Voltage 230V AC 50Hz Max operating current Rated trip current Typical trip speed RCD contact break Latching


Responsive to Conforms to EMC Emissions EMC Immunity


Part No


13A (13A inductive) 30mA


Less than 20mS (typical) Double pole


Electrical, needs to be reset after power failure (Active) Pulsating DC earth faults


BS 1363-4:1995 Amd 1, 2, 3 and BS 7288:1990 Amd 1 EN 55014-1:2006 & EN 55014-1:2000 inc A1:2001 & A2:2002 EN 61543:1996 inc A11:2003, A12:2005 & A2:2006


Description H92WPAAN-C


RCD Fused Spur Scratch resistant urea front plate Fits 25mm standard back box


86.0 27.2


60.3 86.0 26.5


13.5


H92MPAAN-C


RCD Fused Spur Complete with metal back box


60.3


RCD Plug & Adaptor - 30mA Part No


Description RCD Plug


Single button test/reset operation


J72A-C


Large easy to see trip indicator Typical trip speed <40mS


Conforms to: BS 7071:1992, EN 61543:1995


RCD Adaptor


Single button test/reset operation


J02A-C


Large easy to see trip indicator Typical trip speed <40mS


Conforms to: BS 7071:1992, EN 61543:1995


 44.40 51 50.78 49.9 Test/Reset Button


Indicator Flag


38.0 Test/Reset Button


Indicator Flag


+44 (0) 1279 772 772


14


+44 (0) 1279 422 007


86.0


86.0


102 94.5 REF


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