|Payment Terms:||L/C,T/T,Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang China|
|Model Number:||RCD0230PD, RCD0210PD Latching RCD,Passive RCD|
|Application:||Equipment, Household appliances, workshop and outdoors,etc.|
|Standard:||BS7071 BS7288 and BS1363|
|Delivery Detail:||10-30 days after receive the payment|
|Packaging Detail:||White inner box or sealed blister card package, then packed in standard exporting Carton|
The easy, economical way to safeguard yourself when working with electricity.
Our RCD sockets specifically designed to minimise the risk of a fatal electric shock when working with electricity around the home or on the building site.
2 Gang BS standard socket outlet for protect the appliance user against earth faults evev in the situation where the Live and
Neutral have been reveresd.
A double switched socket providing RCD protection.
30mA RCD, ideal for anywhere where personal protection is required when using electrical appliances and equipment,
minimising the risks of fatal electric shocks to people. Perfect in the household environment, especially in the kitchen, bathroom, and other high usage areas.
10mA RCD, ideal for anywhere where protection of sensitive equipment and appliances is needed.Commonly used in hospitals, medical centres, and nursing/retirement villages.
Rated Voltage: 240VAC
Rated Current: 13A max
Tripping current: 10mA & 30mA
Maximum Tripping Time: 40mS max
Voltage Surge: 4K (100KHz Ring Wave)
Endurance: 3000 Cycles min
Hit-Pot Test: 2000V/1 Minute
Standard: BS7071 BS7288 and BS1363
Body Material: PC
Latching Passive Type, No Need To Reset After Power OFF manually after Power OFF and ON.
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.
How the Elsine Electrical Safety and Protection Devices Works: