BTDIN is the range of modular Btdin is the range of modular equipment for installation on Din 35 rail, such as to satisfy every need for protection, command and management of the system. BTDIN circuit-breakers are widely used in domestic switchboards or in protection panels and cabinets for industrial or tertiary applications. They can be installed directly on DIN35 profile and are the optimal solution for protecting circuits in the event of failures due to overloads, short circuits and for the life-saving differential versions even in the case of dispersed currents.
The offer includes:
equipment for installation on DIN35 rail, such as to meet each need of command, protection and management of the plant.
The offer consists of: circuit breakers, residual current devices and modules, electrical components (motor operators, contacts and releases).
Protection provided against the effects of short-circuit, overload and earth fault. Wide range with different modularity, current ratings and breaking capacities. Installation in switchboards, distribution boards and cabinets for residential, tertiary and industrial applications.
The differential module has the patented mounting system that ensures easier installation and safety. Also available in an adjustable version, the differential module allows you to optimize protection depending on the characteristics of the circuit. It is possible to adjust both the tripping current and the time for earth fault.
RCCBs type F are also essential in the residential sector, as all new generation household appliances are based on frequency converters that are not fully and safely supported by Type RCDs to ensure high performance in terms of energy efficiency.
Btdin circuit breakers and device are click installed on DIN35 rail in switchboards, distribution boards and cabinets.
By means of the thermal magnetic and earth-leakage circuit breakers plug-in terminal devices can be supplied directly from the back using the Tifast comb systems and the plug-in bases of the Tifast division and wiring system.
This allows a reduction of the number of wires in the distribution boards and therefore makes for tidier and safer solutions.