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What do they have in common? They are both standards that specify requirements for low-voltage circuit breakers. Is there more in common?
Which one if for homes, which one for industry? IECwhich I introduced at length in the first of these blog postsgoverns CBs for industrial applications.
They protect electrical power distribution of up to volts a. Utilities and manufacturing facilities use them: As for IECit relates to the a. The standard states that the top rated current is A, while the lowest is 6A and maximum value of rated short-circuit capacity Icn is 25kA.
Just those basic tech specs tell us how different the use of circuit breakers defined by our two standards are. The rated voltage currently required in industrial-use CBs isvolts or higher.
Compare those numbers to the V upper limit between phases for residential MCBs. The same goes for impulse withstand voltage Uimp.
IEC requires 4kV, in line with the use for final circuits. Whereas for industrial circuit-breakers, usual values of Uimp is 6 or 8kV, in line with the position of the circuit-breaker, at the origin of the installation. Comparison table of characteristics of miniature circuit breakers MCBs usually used in the IEC market Who confuses the two standards and how?
Procurement managers in utilities, too, can get things wrong. But happen it does. The history of standard IEC may have something to do with it. The concept behind it as it evolved in ss was a single standard for all low-voltage switchgear. That notion, combined with lack of knowledge or technical expertise, may have led to the misconception that there is one standard for all CBs.
Consequences can be dire if residential CBs are used instead of industrial ones. An MCB designed for indoor, pollution-free conditions would be woefully inadequate for harsh, outdoor applications that require pollution degree 3. Or take the tripping characteristics: This is the reason why manufacturers in addition provide a wide scope of different curves: Typically IEC certified CBs meet minimally required performance to proof proper protection of household installations: Pollution degree 2, impulse voltage 4kV, isolation voltage is the same as nominal voltage V.
That is the reason why usually we meet limited number of printed technical information on CBs. These CBs are intended for use of indoor, pollution and humidity-free conditions: In other words — in final distribution electrical switchboards of buildings which nominal current does not exceed A.AS Dental Hygiene Program Minimum GPA of Completion of ENC , SPC or SPC , PSY , SYG , Gen.
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