EBS1B-125 miniature circuit breaker complies with IEC/EN 60947-2. It is also named as MCB DZ47-100 or NC100. This electrical circuit breaker is used in power distribution system from over-load and short-circuit. MCBs is usually applied to the circuit of AC 50Hz/60Hz, rated voltage less than 415V. This MCBs’ rated current is up to 125 ampere. The characteristic curve is C and D.
1P, 2P, 3P, 4P
Rated current In(A)
63, 80, 100, 125A
Rated voltage Un(V)
230/400V AC 50/60Hz
Electrical life (times)
Mechanical life (times)
H, 10,000A(≤100A); L, 6,000A(125A)
Installed on 35mm DIN rail
n Curve C: (5-10In) protect and control circuit against overload and short circuit; protect resistive and inductive loads with low inrush current
n Curve D: (10-20In) protect circuit and control against overload and short circuit; protect circuit which supply loads with high inrush current when the circuit closing.
Applicable Working and bus bar connection
-5~+40℃, the average value cannot exceed to +35℃ within 24h
Mount on the place where has no obvious vibration or impact
Packaging & Shipping
1, About us
Shanghai EBASEE Electric Co., Ltd. has been committed to low voltage electric products’ designing, R&D, manufacturing and marketing for decades.
EBASEE factory locates in Shanghai,China, covering an area of 5000m2.There are 300 well-trained workers, more than 30 rich experience production and R&D engineers. EBASEE product portfolio have 4 lines and 8000+ items in application of power distribution, circuit protection, electricity control and power measuring.
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