The best Single-Phase Differential Switches

We present the entire range of Single-Phase Differential Switches , you can search for them by category, characteristic, operation, amperage, type, price. All the categories in our specialized store show switches that you can use in your facilities to protect your equipment effectively and safely.

Single Phase Circuit Breakers are typically used in a location where less power is required and to run small loads. The triphasic on the other hand, are used in large industries, factories and in the manufacturing unit where a large amount of energy is required.

One of the main differences between Single-phase and three-phase is that the single-phase consists of one conductor and one neutral wire, while the three-phase supply uses three conductors and one neutral wire to complete the circuit.

Next we will see a comparison between the best single-phase differential switches on the market so you can weigh your purchase decision.

 

The best single phase differential switch

1. TOMZN Single-phase differential switch

Interruptor diferencial 25A 30mA curva AC
  • Diferencial con protección hasta 25 amperios, 1P + N. 0.03a. t=<1sg.
  • Para circuitos con tensión monofasica de 220/230v 50/60Hz (fase y neutro).
  • Standard:IEC61009 GB6829. Tipo de corriente Residual curva AC.
  • Calidad a precio reducido.

Differential with protection up to 25 amps, 1P + N. 0.03a. t = <1sg.
For circuits with single phase voltage of 220 / 230v 50 / 60Hz (phase and neutral).
Standard: IEC61009 GB6829. Residual current type AC curve.
Quality at a reduced price.

TPNL Leakage Protective Switch, used in single phase AC 50Hz / 60Hz residential circuits, 220/230 V nominal voltage, used to protect people and animals from direct or indirect contact. This product conforms to IEC61009 … GB6829 … GB / 16917

2. Schneider Single Phase Differential Switch

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Schneider Electric A9R60240 Interruptor Diferencial, 2P, 40A, 30mA, Clase AC
  • Intensidad nominal (In) 40 A
  • Sensibilidad ante fugas a tierra 30 mA
  • Frecuencia de red 50/60 Hz

Nominal current (In) 40 A
Earth leakage sensitivity 30 mA
Network frequency 50/60 Hz

Nominal operating voltage 230/240 V AC 50/60 Hz conforming to IEC 61008-1; 230 V AC 50/60 Hz in accordance with EN 61008-1. Trigger technology Voltage independent Differential. Nominal insulation voltage 440 V AC 50/60 Hz in accordance with IEC 61008-1; 440 V AC 50/60 Hz in accordance with EN 61008-1. Nominal impulse withstand voltage 4 kV according to IEC 61008-1; 4 kV in accordance with EN 61008-1.

3. BOGAS ELECTRONIC Single Phase Differential Switch

Interruptor diferencial superinmunizado SI, 30 mA, 2P, 40 A, Clase A y 6kA.
  • Diferencial superinmunizado 40A, 30ma. Clase A. 2P
  • Garantiza la mejor protección diferencial en instalaciones con problemas de armónicos.
  • Garantiza la mejor protección diferencial en instalaciones con problemas procedentes de la electrónica..
  • Normativa y certificaciones: CE, IEC/EN 61008-1. Calidad al mejor precio.
  • Garantía total. Si no está satisfecho o no cumple sus expectativas, devuelva el producto y Amazon le reembolsará su importe sin más preguntas.

Superimmunized differential 40A, 30ma. Class A. 2P
It guarantees the best differential protection in installations with harmonic problems.
It guarantees the best differential protection in installations with problems from the electronics.
Regulations and certifications: CE, IEC / EN 61008-1. Quality at the best price.
Full guarantee. If you are not satisfied or do not meet your expectations, return the product and Amazon will refund your amount without further questions.

Class A superimmunized differential. Prevents harmonics from triggering sympathetic differential protection. It solves practically any problem of differential tripping from electronics in electrical installations.

4. ABB Single Phase Differential Switch

ABB - Interruptor automático (25 a F202A-25/0,03) Blanco y Rojo
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ABB - Interruptor automático (25 a F202A-25/0,03) Blanco y Rojo
  • ABB Difer 25A 2P 30Ma Clase A F202A-25/0,03
  • Interruptor diferencial de la marca ABB
  • Referencia del fabricante: 2CSF202101R1250
  • 6,9 x 3,5 x 8,5 centímetros
  • El Grupo ABB es una corporación multinacional tecnológica suiza con sede en Zúrich, especializada en robótica, generación de energía eléctrica, automatización, equipamientos industriales y otras tecnologías de ingeniería. ABB opera en más de 100 países y emplea a más de 149.000 personas.

polzahl = 2
Nominal voltage = 230 V
Nominal current = 25 A
Nominal error current = 0.03 a
Mounting type = DIN rail

Number of poles 2, Nominal voltage 230 V, Nominal current 25 A, Nominal residual current 30 mA, Mounting type DIN rail, Fault current type A, Selective type no, Type with short-time delay no, Short-circuit resistance ( Icw) 1 kA, Resistance to transient currents 0.25 kA, Frequency 50/60 Hz, Additional possible devices yes, Degree of protection (IP) IP2X, Width in units of division 2, Installation depth 69 mm Extended description for the article 2-pole residual current switch 25 / 0.03A Additional item description Great use value and fantastic quality.

This item comes from the production of the manufacturer ABB; The item number for this product is EB10641454. The product belongs to the differential protection merchandise group, classified in the electrical equipment catalog of the eibabo store.

This recommended item is ordered and purchased very often in our store from all over the world. An exclusive 3D view is available at our store.

In the following list you will find more relevant information about this article: Manufacturer article no .: F202A-25 / 0,03 Manufacturer order no .: 2CSF202101R1250 EAN / GTIN: 8012542782506 Tariff tariff number: 85363030 Country of origin of the article : Italy Manufacturer program:

«System pro M compact» Special features and characteristics Number of poles: 2 Nominal voltage: 230 V Nominal current: 25 A Nominal residual current: 30 mA Type of mounting: DIN rail Type of fault current: A Short circuit resistance (Icw): 1 kA Resistance to transient currents: 0.25 kA Frequency: 50/60 Hz Additional possible devices: yes Degree of protection (IP): IP2X Width in division units: 2

5. MAXGE Single Phase Differential Switch

1 Pole + Neutral differential switch, class AC and residential range.

Ideal product for domestic use, where the number of maneuvers is not an influencing factor. Indicated to protect from direct and indirect contacts, it has a nominal current of 25 amps, a sensitivity of 30 mA, a breaking power of 6 kA and a working voltage of 230V AC.

It offers a cable connection capacity up to 25 mm².

It complies with the international standard EN / IEC61009-1 and has CE & RoHS certificates.

Connections capacity up to: 25 mm2
Dimensions: 36mm (2 modules)

Nº de polos:  2

Potencia de corte: 6 kA
Certificados:  CE & RoHS
Clase AC: detecta corrientes de fuga alternas
Intensidad de Corriente: 25 A
Tensión: 400-230V AC
Frecuencia: 50-60 Hz
Compatibilidad con series: SGBE6K y SGB6K
Normativa: EN/IEC61009-1

 

Interruptor Diferencial Monofasico B07PKGVKYL
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  • Interruptor Automatico industrial monofasico 1P+N DPN 10 A Blanco
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Price of Single Phase Differential Switches

Here you will find the best prices on the market since combined with quality you can acquire a totally professional durable product.

When looking for the type of switch appropriate to what you need you will notice that we have a full catalog of all the products you need.

Why do you need to install the Single-phase differential switches

The specific operation that these devices present are very useful. It is impossible to think of a home or company that does not have these devices installed, since they would always be at the expense of damage to electronic devices without proper protection.

Characteristic of Single Phase Differential Switches

The Single-phase differential switch is a special electromechanical switch that, thanks to its internal devices, has the ability to detect the difference between the current absorbed by a consuming device and the return current. When this difference exceeds a value (30 mA), the device interrupts the circuit, cutting off the current supply to the entire installation.

The Single-phase differential switch is an electromechanical device, that is, its operation involves both electrical and mechanical energy, which is used as an automatic protection system.

This is installed in any electrical installation that has contact with people and its purpose is to protect people from any electrocution they may suffer.

How a single phase differential switch works

To understand how a single-phase differential switch works, you first have to know how an electrical circuit works. If we have a circuit where a current enters, it runs through different charges that can be the electrical elements of the home, the intensity of the electric current that leaves the circuit is the same as the one that entered.

Parts of a Single Phase Differential Switch

The oroid parts: Central core of the phase, neutral and residual current coils.
Phase coil: It is the coil through which the incoming current passes to the home to generate the first magnetic field.
Neutral coil: It is where the outgoing current from the home circulates to generate the magnetic field that equates to that generated by the phase coil
Residual current coil: It is the coil that generates current in the event of a magnetic field. This residual current is the one that warns that there is a difference between the incoming current and the outgoing current.
Solenoid: Contains a coil through which the residual current passes. If this current exists, it means that the magnetic fields did not cancel each other, so the input current is different from the output current. This residual current generates a magnetic field that attracts the side of the solenoid, generating a movement that causes the circuit to open.

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We present the entire range of Single Phase Differential Switches, you can search your Electric by category, characteristic, operation, amperage, type, price. All the categories in our specialized store show switches that you can use in your facilities to protect your equipment effectively and safely.

Price of Single Phase Differential Switches

Here you will find the best prices on the market since combined with quality you can acquire a totally professional durable product.

When looking for the type of switch appropriate to what you need you will notice that we have a full catalog of all the products you need.

Why do you need to install the differential switches

The specific operation that these devices present are very useful. It is impossible to think of a home or company that does not have these devices installed, since they would always be at the expense of damage to electronic devices without proper protection.

Characteristic of Single Phase Differential Switches

The differential switch is a special electromechanical switch that, thanks to its internal devices, has the ability to detect the difference between the current absorbed by a consuming device and the return current. When this difference exceeds a value (in Electrical 30 mA), the device interrupts the circuit, cutting off the current supply to the entire installation.

The Single-phase Differential switch is an electromechanical device, meaning that its operation involves both electrical and mechanical energy, which is used as an automatic protection system.

This is installed in any electrical installation that has contact with people and its purpose is to protect people from any electrocution they may suffer.

How a single phase differential switch works

To understand how a single-phase differential switch works, you first have to know how an electrical circuit works. If we have a circuit where a current enters, it runs through different charges that can be the electrical elements of the home, the intensity of the electric current that leaves the circuit is the same as the one that entered.

Parts of a Single Phase Differential Switch

The parts of a differential switch are as follows:

Toroid: Central core of the phase, neutral and residual current coils.
Phase coil: It is the coil through which the incoming current passes to the home to generate the first magnetic field.
Neutral coil: It is where the outgoing current from the home circulates to generate the magnetic field that equates to that generated by the phase coil
Residual current coil: It is the coil that generates current in the event of a magnetic field. This residual current is the one that warns that there is a difference between the incoming current and the outgoing current.
Solenoid: Contains a coil through which the residual current passes. If this current exists, it means that the magnetic fields did not cancel each other, so the input current is different from the output current. This residual current generates a magnetic field that attracts the side of the solenoid, generating a movement that causes the circuit to open.

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