Electronic circuit breakers for control systems

Wago's additions to its 787-16XX line of electronic circuit breakers (ECBs) are designed to provide accurate readings and feature fast-tripping characteristics.

12/10/2015


Wago's additions to their 787-16XX line of electronic circuit breakers (ECBs) are designed to provide accurate readings and feature fast-tripping characteristics. Courtesy: WagoWago's additions to their 787-16XX line of electronic circuit breakers (ECBs) include 48 V dc, 12 V dc and NEC Class 2 models. These solid-state devices are designed to provide accurate readings and feature fast-tripping characteristics. Other advantages include resetting and switching of tripped channels via remote input, active current limitation on select models, and push button LEDs and adjustable current via potentiometer. They also featured a maintenance-free cage clamp and clear marking via marking strips, WMB, and WMB Inline markers. Free function-blocks, available for download, also make it easy for 787-16XX modules to communicate seamlessly with most PLCs. A wide range of approvals including cULus and GL, make the 787-16XX modules ideal for extending the operating life of control systems.

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