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3120 Circuit breakers/switch combination: fewer components, more functionality

Learn more about the functions and advantages of the 3120 ON/OFF switch with integral resettable overcurrent protection and unique push-in technology.

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Electronic Overcurrent Protection

Electronic overcurrent protection in DC 24 V applications provides fast detection and resolution of overcurrent and short circuits. This significantly increases productivity.

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Electronic DC 24 V circuit protectors help to detect overcurrents and short circuits in your machinery faster. This significantly increases machine uptime.

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Continuous availability is a top priority in factory automation.
For reliable DC 24 V protection you need electronic overcurrent protection. It reliably detects overcurrent and short circuit and features a custom trip limit.

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EBU – Electronic Breaker Unit

E-T-A unveils a world first: the EBU (Electronic Breaker Unit), a newly designed hybrid protective element for a stable energy security of UPS systems.

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REX12-T - with IO link

The REX12-T electronic circuit protector is the new generation of electronic overcurrent protection:  Thanks to its unique flap-hinged mechanism, up to 16 circuit protectors can be placed side-by-side on a symmetrical rail and can be connected electrically.The animation will show you how it works.

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Modul 18plus

The new power distribution system Module 18plus is a compact wiring solution for all load and signal lines of the DC 24 V control voltage. Its extremely flexible operation is shown in this animation.

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Arc Faults: Detection and Protection of a Dangerous Phenomenon

The effect of arc faults in electrical applications was once an under estimated problem.  Due to serious incidents over the past few decades, we now know how disastrous they can be for photovoltaic applications, electric vehicles, airplanes and data centers. (Duration: 1 min 53 sec).

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