FuseBox Single Pole RCBOs Type A

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FuseBox A Type RCBO's (Residual Current Circuit Breaker with Overload Protection) provide residual and overload protection in one neat device.

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    FuseBox A Type RCBO's (Residual Current Circuit Breaker with Overload Protection) provide residual and overload protection in one neat device. Available in current ratings that range from 6A to 50A.

    FuseBox RCBOs have become increasingly popular due to their solid construction, attractive price and reliability. Highly rated by professional electricians with over 100 reviews, FuseBox has become the go-to brand for professionals who demand quality and affordability.

    When fitted inside the FuseBox T2 surge protection consumer units, you achieve comprehensive circuit protection at a very reasonable price.

    Type A RCBOs are used to detect AC (Alternating Current) and pulsating DC (Direct Current) components. Also available in a miniature A and AC version with B and C type tripping curves here.

    Key Features

    • Available in current rating options: 6A to 50A.
    • Tripping curve: B curve
    • Number of pole: 1
    • Breaking capacity: 6kA
    • Terminal capacity: 1-16mm² L in, 1-10mm² Lout/Nout
    • mA rating: 30mA
    • Standard: BS EN 61009-1
    • IP rating: IP20
    • RCD type: A Type
    • Material: PA6 (Nylon 6)
    • Voltage: 230V 50/60Hz
    • Manufacturer: FuseBox
  • Specifications & Dimensions
    Specifications
    Amp Rating
    Brand FuseBox
    Breaking Capacity 6 kA
    Dimensions Located Below Specifications Table
    Poles 1
    Product Type RCBO
    RCD Type Type A
    Sku RTA06**30B
    Voltage 230/400V AC
    Warranty 1 Years
    mA Rating 30 mA
    • Width: 18mm
    • Height: 114mm
    • Depth: 69.6mm


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