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Circuit breaker DMX3 4000 1000V, 3 poles, fixed version and electronic protection unit

DMX³ 4000 1000V LEGRAND

Circuit breaker DMX3 4000 1000V, 3 poles, fixed version and electronic protection unit

REF. 028548 EAN. 3414972235297
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Technical characteristics

Rated permanent current Iu 4000 A
Rated voltage 230-690 V
Rated short-circuit breaking capacity lcu at 400 V, 50 Hz 65 kA
Overload release current setting 80-4000 A
Adjustment range short-term delayed short-circuit release 1200-40000 A
Adjustment range undelayed short-circuit release 8000-60000 A
Device construction Built-in device fixed built-in technique
Integrated earth fault protection No
Type of electrical connection of main circuit Bolt connection
Suitable for DIN rail (top hat rail) mounting No
DIN rail (top hat rail) mounting optional No
Number of auxiliary contacts as normally closed contact 2
Number of auxiliary contacts as normally open contact 2
Number of auxiliary contacts as change-over contact 2
With switched-off indicator Yes
With integrated under voltage release No
Number of poles 3
Position of connection for main current circuit Back side
Type of control element Push button
Complete device with protection unit No
Motor drive integrated No
Motor drive optional Yes
Degree of protection (IP) IP20
Width 414 mm
Height 414 mm
Depth 354 mm
Degree of impact strength (IK) Not applicable
Operating / setting temperature -25-70 °C
Storage temperature -25-85 °C
Voltage type AC
Frequency 50-60 Hz
Electric supplying direction By the rear of the product
Terminal marking indication No
Colour Other
RAL-number 7035
Halogen free Yes
Terminals capacity 50-5000 mm²
Cable nature for connection Flexible or rigid
Label space/information surface No
Contains Batteries and/or Accumulator No

Documentation

5 documents
Workshop Book
Workshop Book
Technical Guide
Technical Guide
LE12614AA.pdf pdf (52.72 Mo)
Technical Guide
1 document
Catalogue Commercial Page
ex223001_0218.pdf pdf (0.08 Mo)