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Acti 9 auxiliaries for NG125

Auxiliaries for MCB Acti 9 NG125

Offering optimal control, remote indication and tripping auxiliaries for circuit breakers as well as residual current module, the control auxiliaries combine protection and versatility with easy clip-on assembly installation.

Acti 9 auxiliaries for NG125
  • Features

    • Clip-on assembly
      Auxiliaries for remote indication of the state of the device to which it is combined (compliance with IEC 60947-5-1)
    • Remote indication of the "open" or "closed" state
    • Remote indication of the "tripped" state
      Auxiliaries for remote tripping of the device to which it is combined (compliance with IEC 60947-2)
    • Instantaneous tripping when the control circuit is energised
    • Instantaneous tripping when the control circuit is de-energised or if there is a dip in its supply voltage
    • Time delayed tripping (to cope with micro breaks or brief voltage drops) when the control circuit is de-energised or if there is a dip in its supply voltage
    • Fail safe emergency stop tripping


    Benefits

    Our NG125 and Vigi NG125 control auxiliaries provide both ease of installation and remote indication to ensure you are always aware of the state of the electrical circuit.
    • Stay notified with full remote indication.
    • Instantaneous and time-delayed tripping available to help cope with energized and de-energized circuits as well as brief drops in voltage.
    • Quick and simple clip-on installation.

    Applications

    Designed to provide installers with control as well as remote indication and tripping of electrical circuits in both industrial and commercial buildings, the control auxiliaries have been expertly manufactured to meet the demands of modern electrical circuits.
    • Control, remote indication and tripping of electrical circuits in all industrial and commercial buildings.