Lovato ModuLo 40 A MCB Mini Circuit Breaker, 1 + N Curve C

  • RS Stock No. 825-5539
  • Mfr. Part No. P1MB1NC40
  • Manufacturer Lovato
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Exempt
COO (Country of Origin): IT
Product Details

P1MB MCBs 1P+N

Miniature Circuit Breakers up to 63A with positive indication by flag window

Ratings 1 to 63A
Tripping characteristics C
Rated insulation voltage: 440V
Rated impulse withstand voltage: 4kV
Rated operating voltage: 230/400VAC
DIN rail mounting
Add-on blocks available

Lovato MCBs

Specifications
Attribute Value
Range ModuLo
Series P1MB
Number of Poles 1 + N
Current Rating 40 A
Tripping Characteristics Type C
Rated AC Voltage 230 V
Rated DC Voltage 60V
Breaking Capacity 6 kA
Length 86.5mm
Width 36mm
Depth 79.52mm
2 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
HK$ 299.04
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
HK$299.04
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