01-06-2020, 07:20 AM
(This post was last modified: 01-06-2020, 07:30 AM by intra. Edited 1 time in total.)

It's been a fairly interesting month trying to understand circuit breakers.

I've been looking at various options and even went down the path of asking on FB for some suggestions.

The recommendation from the group has been so far to look at the S3N (ABB) breakers and ZJBeny, however i am interested in the MCB form factor.

So i wanted to know if its possible to use the ABB S800 125A, 50Ka , Curve B MCB ?

It does state that the rated DC voltage is 250V, so should it be ok for use in 48V applications?

I've been looking at various options and even went down the path of asking on FB for some suggestions.

The recommendation from the group has been so far to look at the S3N (ABB) breakers and ZJBeny, however i am interested in the MCB form factor.

So i wanted to know if its possible to use the ABB S800 125A, 50Ka , Curve B MCB ?

It does state that the rated DC voltage is 250V, so should it be ok for use in 48V applications?

- Mfr. Part No. 2CCS862001R0845