iC60H RCBO 1P+N 6A…45A 30/100mA with overcurrent protection

Acti 9 iC60H, Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker, 1P + N, C Curve, 10A, 100 mA, 240 V

Catalogue Number: A9D12810
iC60H RCBO 1P+N 6A…45A 30/100mA with overcurrent protection
Retail
$619.45*
RRP (Inc. GST)

Specifications

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Circuit breaker application
distribution
Range
Acti 9
Range of product
Acti 9
Product name
Acti 9 iC60 RCBO
Product or component type
residual current breaker with overcurrent protection (RCBO)
Device short name
iC60H RCBO
Poles description
1P + N
[In] rated current
10 A at 50 °C
Earthing system
TN
Curve code
C
Earth-leakage sensitivity
100 mA
Breaking capacity
10000 A Icn at 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Neutral position
left
Number of protected poles
1
Device location in system
outgoer
Network type
AC
Network frequency
50 Hz
[Ue] rated operational voltage
240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Trip unit technology
thermal-magnetic
Breaking capacity code
H
Residual current tripping technology
voltage dependent
Earth-leakage protection time delay
instantaneous
Earth-leakage protection class
type A
[Icw] rated short-time withstand current
Icw: 250 A during 8/20 µs impulse withstand
[Ics] rated service breaking capacity
7500 A at 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Limitation class
3
[Ui] rated insulation voltage
400 V AC 50/60 Hz
[Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage
4 kV
Surge current
250 A
Suitability for isolation
yes
Contact position indicator
yes
Control type
toggle
Local signalling
ON/OFF indication
Mounting mode
clip-on
Mounting support
DIN rail
Comb busbar and distribution block compatibility
NO
9 mm pitches
2
Height
110 mm
Width
18 mm
Depth
77.5 mm
Net weight
205 g
Mechanical durability
20000 cycles
Electrical durability
5000 cycles
Provision for padlocking
padlockable with padlock Ø 4 mm
Locking options description
ON/OFF locking facilities
Connections - terminals
  • screw clamp terminal (top) 1-25 mm² rigid without cable end
  • screw clamp terminal (top) 1-16 mm² flexible
  • screw clamp terminal (bottom) 1-16 mm² rigid without cable end
  • screw clamp terminal (bottom) 1-10 mm² flexible
    • Wire stripping length
    • power circuit: 13 mm for bottom connection
    • power circuit: 14 mm for top connection
      • Tightening torque
      • power circuit: 3.5-3.5 N.m top
      • power circuit: 2-2 N.m bottom
        • Earth-leakage protection
          integrated
          Standards
        • IEC 61009-1
        • BS EN 61009-1
        • IEC 61009-2-2
        • AS/NZS 61009.1
          • IP degree of protection
            IP20
            Tropicalisation
            2
            Relative humidity
            95-95 % at 55-55 °C
            Ambient air temperature for operation
            -15-60 °C
            Ambient air temperature for storage
            -40-85 °C
            Sustainable offer status
            Green Premium product
            REACh Regulation
            Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
            EU RoHS Directive
            Compliant
            Mercury free
            Yes
            RoHS exemption information
            Yes
            China RoHS Regulation
            Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
            Environmental Disclosure
            ENVPEP121008EN
            Circularity Profile
            ENVEOLI121005EN
            WEEE
            The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

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            Frequently Asked Questions

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            What is the difference between A9D32620 and A9D33620 RCBO Acti 9 devices?

             
             

            A9D33620 = SI (Super Immunised)
            A9D32620 = Type A (AC or pulsating DC)

            Type A RCBO = Tripping is ensured for residual sinusoidal alternating currents and residual pulsating direct currents, whether suddenly applied or slowly rising.
            Type Si RCBO = With all the features of a Type A device, “Si” type Super Immunised earth leakage protection range has been specially developed to be used with loads or in environments causing disturbances. Examples are lightning or switching surges, harmonics generated by increasing number of loads and constant load leakage current from electronic ballasts, speed drives, computers, etc. The Si increases safety and allows improved continuity of supply.
             

            What is the replacement part for a 26896 RCB?

            The replacement part is a A9D61820.
            A9D11220 is best solution
            A9D11820 is an alternative 1 pole wide but no Neutral switching
            A9D61820 is an alternative 1 pole wide but no Neutral switching and only 6kA
             

            What is the part number for an A9D11810 but in "D" curve?

            need to build up with "D" curve circuit breaker A9F55110 and vigi unit A9V02663
            for more details see ....... https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9F55110
            and ............... https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9V02663
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            What is the alternative to the 4RCBE210/30?

            Within the Schneider Electric range, the alternative for the 4RCBE210/30 is A9D11210

            What is the part number for 2 pole 16amp RCBO 2 modules wide?

            The part name is A9D11216

            Does the A9D61816 RCBO have a neutral tail?

            Yes the A9D61816 and all that range have a neutral tail and also an Earth reference point.

            Does the A9D61816 RCBO have a neutral tail?

            Yes, the A9D61816 and all that range have a neutral tail and also an Earth reference point
            for more information see data sheet https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=a9d61816
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            What is the difference between the A9D73620 and A9D32620 RCBO's?

            The A9D73620 is the slimline RCBO which is the same rating and does the same as the A9D32620. It is just the physical size that is different.

            Which RCBO can ben used in hospitals?

            The only range of RCBO's that can be used in hospitals are:
            Electronic Models -
            4RCBE206/10 4RCBE206/10S
            4RCBE210/10  4RCBE210/10S
            4RCBE220/10 4RCBE220/10S
            4RCBE225/10 4RCBE225/10S
            4RCBE232/10 4RCBE232/10S
            4RCBE240/10  

            Unfortunately you cannot use Schneider A9D108** range as it doesnt switch the neutral.


            For further information see attached PDF or visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=4RCBE%20range&t=documentation



             

            Video: What shortcuts are available in Power Monitoring Expert Designer?

            Issue
            What shortcuts are available in the Power Monitoring Expert (PME) Designer application?

            Product Line
            ION Enterprise
            StruxureWare Power Monitoring
            Power Monitoring Expert


            Cause
            These shortcuts are available by default in designer to improve the overall process and functionality of the application.

            Resolution
            1. Standard Module Shortcuts

            Action Result
            Left-click on input The list of inputs appears - you can select an input and link it to another module's output register.
            SHIFT + left-click on input The list of inputs appears with the current input values displayed in square brackets.
            Right-click on input The Delete Links dialog appears - you can break links from this dialog.
            SHIFT + right-click on input The Delete Links dialog appears, showing inputs and current input values in square brackets.
            Left-click on output The list of output registers appears.
            SHIFT + left-click on output The list of output registers appears with the current register value displayed in square brackets.
            CTRL + left-click on output The list of setup registers appears - these setup registers can be linked to inputs on other modules.
            SHIFT + CTRL + left-click on output The list of setup registers appears with the current register settings displayed in square brackets.
            Right-click on output The list of output register owners appears - you can break links from this dialog.
            CTRL + right-click on output The list of setup register owners appears - you can break links from this dialog.
             

            2. Creating a shortcut to an ION Module
            To save time switching between modules in different windows, create a shortcut icon in one window that represents the original module in the other window.
            A shortcut icon is identified by a 
            symbol in the lower left corner of a module icon.

            Creating a Shortcut Icon
            Hold down SHIFT+CTRL then drag the module icon(s) to the window where you want to place the shortcut(s). After you have created a shortcut icon, you can use it in the same way you use the original module icon. Both icons support the same features. However, if you delete the shortcut icon, the original module icon is not deleted; whereas if you delete the module icon, it deletes all shortcuts to that module.
            NOTE: You cannot create more than one shortcut icon per window for a single module.




            3. Locating an existing ION module
            Before you can edit a module, you must first locate it in the node diagram. To find a module in a node diagram, you can use the module tray feature of the toolbox.

            Locating an existing module from the Module Tray
            To display the module tray, right-click the toolbox icon for the type of module you want to locate. The module tray appears beside the toolbox.



            The module tray displays links to all modules of that type that are currently in use on the node. For example, in the image above, there are eight Display modules in use by the node. To identify a link in the tray, point to it, the module's label is displayed on the status line at the bottom of the screen.

            To locate a particular module, click its link in the module tray. Designer locates the module and displays it in the center of the workspace. If the module is located inside a grouping window, Designer opens the window to display the module.
            NOTE: To close the module tray, click on any module icon in the toolbox