CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker

CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
CEZC Moulded Case Circuit Breaker

Functions and characteristics

Item No. CEZC100      CEZC250 CEZC400          CEZC630
Number of poles   1P, 2P, 3P, 4P 3P, 4P
Control Manual with toggle/with direct or
extended rotary handle
Connections Fixed front connections/rear connections
Electrical characteristics as per IEC60947 and EN60947-2  
Rated insulation voltage Ui 690V
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp 6 KV
Rated operational voltage Ue AC 50/60Hz,440V
Isolation Function  
Utilization category   A
Endurance(C-O cycles) Mechanical 15000                10000 10000
  Electrical 440V 5000                   5000 4000
Protection  
Release   Thermal magnetic Thermal magnetic      Electronic
Overload protection             ■                Ir(In x....)
Short-circuit protection              ■               Isd(Ir x....)
Earth-leakage protection     —                    ■
Indication and control auxiliaries      
Auxiliary contact AX and Alarm contact AL
Combined AX + AL  
SHT shunt relesae   24V, 220V, 380V
UVR under-voltage release  
Installation/connection  
Accessories Terminal extensions
  Terminal shields
  Phase barriers

Ultimate breaking capacity (kA rms)    Icu

  CEZC100B CEZC100F CEZC100N CEZC100H CEZC250F CEZC250N CEZC250H
Number of poles   3 3 1 3-4 1 2-3-4 3 3 2-3
Rated current (A) at 40 °C 15, 16, 20, 25,30, 32, 40, 45,50, 60, 63, 75,80, 100 100, 125, 150,160, 175, 200,225, 250
AC 50/60 Hz 110/130 V 10 25 25 25 50 100 25 50 85
  220/230/240 V 10 25 18 25 25 100 25 50 85
  380 V 7.5 10 2.5 18 5 30 18 25 36
  400/415 V 7.5 10 2.5 15 5 30 18 25 36
  440 V 5 7.5 - 10 - 20 15 20 25
  550 V 2.5 5 - 5 - 10 5 8 10
DC 125 V (1P) - 5 5 5 10 10 5 20 30
  250V
(2P in series)
- 5 - 5 - 10 5 20 30
  CEZC250N CEZC250H CEZC400N CEZC400H CEZC630N CEZC630H
Number of poles   4 4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4
Rated current (A) at 40 °C 63, 80, 100, 125,150, 160, 175, 200, 225, 250 320, 350, 400 400, 500, 600
AC 50/60 Hz 220/230 V 50 85 40 70 40 70
  380 V 25 36 36 50 36 50
  400/415 V 25 36 36 50 36 50
  440 V 20 25 36 50 36 50
  550 V 8 10 - - - -
DC 125 V (1P) 20 30 - - - -
  250V
(2P in series)
20 30 - - - -

CEZC100

CEZC100 sketch

sketch

sketch of CEZC100

CEZC250

CEZC250 sketch

sketch of CEZC250

CEZC250 sketch-1

CEZC400

CEZC400 sketch

CEZC100 Tm trip units Graph

30-32A 40A 45-50A Graph

60-63A 75A 80A Graph

CEZC100 TM trip units Graph

CEZC400 TM trip units Graph

Model Qty/CTN(pcs) GW(kg) NW(kg) Carton Size(cm)
CEZC-100 1P 80 26.5 23.5 48.5*29.5*26
CEZC-100 2P 40 23 20 48.5*28.5*25
CEZC-100 3P 30 24 21 48.5*29.5*26
20 16 14 42*29.5*20
CEZC-100 4P 20 21 19 48.5*29.5*23
CEZC-250 3P 16 25.2 22.4 45.5*36*24
CEZC-250 4P 20 31.4 28 58.5*36*23
CEZC-400 3P 4 24 22.4 33*31*30.5
CEZC-400 4P 4 30.5 27.5 42.5*32*30.5
CEZC-630 3P 4 24.8 22.3 33*31*30.5
CEZC-630 4P 4 31.5 28.5 42.5*32*30.5

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