The Best Dimmer Differential Switches

We present the entire range of dimmer differential switches, you can search your circuit breaker 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.

Then we will make a comparison between the best brands of dimmer circuit breakers so that you can have a better technical criterion to choose in this category of differential switches. We will take as reference several classes, 2-pole and 4-pole.

What is the Best Dimmable Differential Switches?

1. Dimmer Differential Switch Legrand

Legrand LEG401000 - Disyuntor de conexión (2 polos, 15/45 A, 500 mA)
  • Disyuntores bipolares: 250 voltios
  • Diferenciales de 500 mA instantáneos
  • Intensidad nominal: 45 A
  • Regulable 15/30/45 A
  • N.º nomenclatura EDF: 69 30 044

Description
BACO Low Voltage Subscriber Circuit Breakers for 3 to 36 kVA Limited Power Rate (Blue Rate)
Cut and section the entire installation. Protect against overloads and short circuits.
Have a gauge adjustment to limit the power of the contract signed with the power distributor.
Protect people from indirect contact and avoid fire risks by monitoring the insulation level (differential version)
sealable
Tilting connection terminals from 10 ° to 30 ° to wire or disconnect the product from the front
Lever lock to prevent the device from restarting during a maintenance intervention
NF C 62-411 approved (differential devices).
ERDF bypass circuit breakers – bipolar
250 V ~
500 mA instantaneous differentials
Nominal current: 45 A
Adjustable I: 15/30/45 A
Enedis Nomenclature N °: 69 30 044

2. Dimmer Differential Switch Hager

Hager x160 - Bloque diferencial para x160 3 polos 125a regulable montaje lateral
  • Voltaje v = 220..415
  • Corriente nominal = 125 a
  • Falla la corriente nominal ajustable = yes

3. Dimmer Differential Switch Schneider

Schneider LV431535 – VIGI MH 3P 200-440 V AC 0.03-10 A Differential for NSX250 circuit breaker – Main features: product range: NSX100 … 250 / Easypact CVS100 … 250 – Pole description: 3P – Current rated use: 250 A – Name of the differential protection additive block: MH – Class A. – Type of residual earth leakage sensitivity adjustment:

5-position adjustable – [idn] Differential sensitivity threshold setting range 0.03 … 10 A – Residual earth leakage timing setting type: 5-way adjustable – [dt] Differential timing setting range : 0 ms / 150 ms / 310 ms / 60 ms. Additional characteristics: Type of network: AC – Network frequency: 50/60 Hz – [UE] Rated use voltage: 200 … 440 V AC 50/60 Hz according to IEC 60947-2 – Earth leakage protection: with – Maximum cutting time:

4. Dimmer ABB Differential Switch

Interruptor automático ABB 4 polos 160A con bobina 220V, toroidal y relé diferencial
  • Interruptor automático de 4 polos completo que incluye:
  • Interruptor automático de caja moldeada ABB Modelo Sace Tmax XT de 160 amperios.
  • Bobina de disparo 220Vac.
  • Transformador toroidal WGC 55mm.
  • Relé diferencial digital Rgu-10.

ABB SACE TMax 4-pole differential switch. DIN rail mounting. Adjustable thermal threshold. Fixed magnetic threshold. TMD electromagnetic protection relay. IEC 60947-2 standard. 220Vac / dc trip coil ABB for Tmax XT series Automatic Controllers. WGC series 55mm toroidal transformer. Digital differential relay for transformer of the WGC series. The WGC Series Differential Toroidal Transformer has better immunity to transient type spikes that often cause trips of the differential protection and are designed to work with WGC series relays.

The sensitivity (Trip Current) of the transformer-relay assembly is set by the included relay. Electronic RGU-10 protection differential relay for installation with WGC differential transformer. Superimmunized type A relay with high frequency current filtering and high immunity. Measurement in true effective value (TRMS), with digital display for data visualization. It has two independent programmable outputs (Main and pre-alarm). External input for remote control functions at 220Vac. 220V trip coil for the Tmax XT switch.

5. Dimmer Differential Switch  EATON

Eaton 235408 - Interruptor diferencial 4 polos -25/4/03 corriente alterna
  • 3p
  • 100a
  • Disparadores magnetotérmicos
  • Disparador de sobrecarga regulables

Nzm circuit breaker, 3p, 100a, na, thermomagnetic trips, adjustable overload release, 35 ka, 240 v, 60 hz.

 

 

 

Legrand LEG401000 - Disyuntor de conexión (2 polos, 15/45 A, 500 mA)
Legrand LEG401000 – Connection breaker (2 pole, 15/45 A, 500 mA)
Hager x250 - Bloque diferencial para x250 4 polos 160a regulable montaje inferior
Hager x250 – Differential block for x250 4 poles 160a adjustable bottom mounting
Hager x160 - Bloque diferencial para x160 3 polos 125a regulable montaje lateral
Hager x160 – Bloque diferencial para x160 3 polos 125a regulable montaje lateral
Hager x160 - Bloque diferencial para x160 4 polos 125a regulable montaje lateral
Hager x160 – Bloque diferencial para x160 4 polos 125a regulable montaje lateral
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Dimmer Price

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 Dimmer  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 the Dimmer 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 (generally 30 mA), the device interrupts the circuit, cutting off the current supply to the entire installation.

The adjustable differential switch is an electromechanical device, that is to say 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 Dimmer differential switch works

To understand how an adjustable 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 Dimmer 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.

Other switches equal to the IDs that you can acquire in our store:

We present the entire range of Dimmer differential switches, you can search your circuit breaker 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.

Dimmer RCD Price

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 the Dimmer 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 (generally 30 mA), the device interrupts the circuit, cutting off the current supply to the entire installation.

The Dimmer differential switch is an electromechanical device, that is to say that its operation involves both electrical and mechanical energy, which is used as an automatic protection system.z

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 an Dimmer differential switch works

To understand how an Dimmer 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 Dimmable 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.

 

Última actualización el 2022-06-27 / Enlaces de afiliados / Imágenes de la API para Afiliados