Your browser does not support JavaScript
 

SIGN IN  |  REGISTER  |  VIEW CART   VisaMasterCardAMEX

  CALL US: 1 (888) 261-3076     CONTACT US
 

Blog

Miniature Circuit Breakers: Type B
Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Today’s trend is rather funny. Get a device that is compact and can still render the previous more robust models obsolete. This makes these mini circuit breakers rather weak but they still pack quite a powerful punch. They could be considered weak if they are understood not to be able to withstand serious heat without tripping. But the reality of the matter is that they are rather convenient and smart. These little breakers are the perfect solution for a home owner that does not like too much hassle.

The perfect compact convenience component you can install one and the only time you’ll flip it is when the device’s circuit gets too hot. Or well the device or appliance being used would be short circuited. Either way it’s quite the sentinel to your electrical problem whatever it may be. If the device has over heated the circuit then the MCB can be flipped on a few minutes later. But in the case of a short circuit the switch would not flip.

MCB Type B Or The Common Commercial Compact Miniature Circuit Breaker

Type B Circuit BreakerCommon household MCBs in common terms these are considered to be the basic standard which can tolerate a limited amount of stress. As a matter of fact MCB Type B’s can tolerate a maximum of almost 5 times their running current. This is the limit where the MCB Type B would trip for the first time and would shut off the supply of electricity.

Type B’s are commonly employed for circuit tolerating resistive or small inductive type of load. The surge switch should be low as a matter of fact it would be beneficial to your bill as well as the MCB. Making them the ideal choice as far as residential installations would be concerned.

The Type B MCBs tend to provide unparalleled protection, especially in the case where they are fast acting making them respond in less than one tenth of a second which is rather amazing. There is another way to classify MCBs which is based on the number of poles. These can be categorized as either a Mono-poled, Double-poled, Triple-poled or Quadro-poled MCBs.

There are many ways to look at a matter let alone a device which in this age of innovation can be anything. The point being if one needs any help in making a choice or some help regarding identification and specifications, we are your go-to people. Midwest Equipment is rather reliable with multiple followers and employees with respectable personal experiences.



 

Recent Posts

Relays vs. Solenoids vs. Contactors: A Comparison
Thursday, June 4, 2020


ABB Opens new distribution center in Phoenix!
Thursday, May 28, 2020


Different Types of Electrical Enclosures
Saturday, February 23, 2019


5 Benefits of Industrial Ethernet
Wednesday, February 13, 2019


Remarkable Benefits of Liquid level Control Devices
Wednesday, February 6, 2019


Search Posts

 

Blog Categories

  • General
  • Enclosures
  • Circuit Protection
    • 09/12/2018 - Why Are Fuses Important?
    • 08/31/2018 - Miniature Circuit Breakers: Ty
    • 08/15/2018 - Miniature Circuit Breakers: Ty
    • 05/30/2018 - How to Replace a Fuse
    • 05/21/2018 - Circuit Breaker vs. Fuse: Whic
    • 05/07/2018 - All You Need to Know About Cir
    • 04/02/2018 - 5 Reasons Why Circuit Breakers
    • 01/01/2018 - ABB Terminal Blocks Are Child’
    • 01/25/2016 - Why Do You Want Miniature Circ
    • 01/12/2016 - Lovato Now At Midwest Equipmen
  • Machine Safety
  • Midwest Enclosures
  • ABB New Facility
  • Relays vs. Solenoids vs. Contactors: A Comparison
  • Transformers

Subscribe To Our Blog
 

NEWSLETTER SIGN UP

Subscribe for our newsletter program.


Home
Credit/Tax Apps
Sell On Midwest
Government Buyers

 

Order Policy
Shipping Terms
Privacy
My Account


Midwest Equipment
6555 Corporate Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45242
1 (888) 261-3076
Message Us


Follow Us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on LinkedInBlog

COPYRIGHT © 2020. MIDWEST EQUIPMENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.