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Canalis - tap-off unit with surge arrester Quick PRD40r - 3L+N+PE - for KN

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  • Main
    range of product
    Canalis
    product name
    KN
    product or component type
    Tap-off unit
    protection type
    Surge arrester
    tap-off unit polarity
    3L+N+PE
    provided equipment
    Quick PRD40r 3P+N
    surge arrester class type
    Type 2
    Complementary
    [Ue] rated operational voltage
    230...500 V
    network frequency
    50/60 Hz
    [Ics] rated service breaking capacity
    25 kA
    maximum discharge current
    40 kA
    electrical connection
    Pre-cabled
    tap-off unit disconnection mode
    By opening the tap-off unit cover
    tap-off unit connector type
    With fixed polarity
    door opening side
    Right
    door opening size
    432.5 mm
    standards
    EN 61643-11
    IEC 60439-2
    IEC 81643-1
    colour
    White : RAL 9001
    width
    344 mm
    depth
    106 mm
    height
    165 mm
    product weight
    3.4 kg
    Environment
    earthing system
    TN-C
    TN-S
    TT
    IP degree of protection
    IP55 conforming to IEC 60529
    IK degree of protection
    IK08 conforming to IEC 62262
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents and Downloads

    Language
    • English
    • French
    Catalogue
    Date
    Size
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    Catalogue Canalis 20 à 1000 A (Version 4.0)
    Date 10/25/16
    Size 63.2 MB
    Catalogue Canalis 20 to 1000 A (Version 3.1)
    Date 10/4/18
    Size 60.9 MB
    Instruction sheet
    Date
    Size
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    KNBQPRD - TAP-OFF UNITS WITH PRD SURGE ARRESTER (Version 01)
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