Latching RCD Passive 13A
Rated trip current:30mA
Typical Trip time:40mS
weatherproof RCD socket, BS
1.An easily fitted socket incorporating a Residual Current Cevice ,give much greater safety in the use of electrical appliances against a rick of electrocution
2.WSSP plastic type can be fitted to a standard box with minimumdepthof 25mm
3.Designed to be usde in the fixed position only and not mounted ourdoors.
press white/yellow test(T)button the indicator flag turns balck and indicator light turns off means the RCD has tripped successfully
4.Designed and manufactured in accordance with the relevant clause of BS7228 ,and used with BS 1363 plugs fitted with a BS 1362 fuse only.
|Maximum operating current|| 13A|
| Rated trip current|| 30mA|
| Typical Trip time|| 40ms|
| RCD contact breaker|| Double pole|
| Cable capacity|| 6mm|
Latching RCD (Sometimes called Passive) - When the power is lost due to an earth fault, the RCD trips out and isolates the circuit it is protecting. Latching RCD's do not trip during power cuts so they are great for fridges and freezers and also for protecting remote/unmanned areas. This would also make them ideal for protecting some heating equipment set to "Frost Protection", fish tanks, battery charging, and the protection of remote or unmanned areas.
Non-Latching RCD (Sometimes called Active) - When the power is lost due to earth fault or power cut, the RCD isolates the circuit that it is protecting and remains off until it is manually reset. A must for protecting circuits supplying rotating machinery or some heating apparatus for example.