PowerPact molded case circuit breakers are available with either thermal-magnetic or Micrologic electronic trip units.
- Rated current from 15 to 600 A
- Four levels of breaking capacity:
- - 18 kA
- - 35 kA
- - 65 kA
- - 100kA at 440 V
- 3-pole versions
- 3 frame sizes:
- - PowerPact H (15-150 A)
- - PowerPact J (150-250 A)
- - PowerPact L (250-600 A)
- Thermal-magnetic and electronic protection available for the entire range
- Over-center toggle mechanism providing quick-make, quick-break operation
- Common accessories and auxiliaries within the PowerPact range of molded case circuit breakers
- Switch disconnector versions also available
- Ensures compliance with international standards: UL 489 and IEC 60947-2
- Certifications: UL, CSA, NOM, IEC, CCC, and CE marked for global acceptance
For more information, download the PowerPact Multistandard catalog
- One design for the world with standardized ratings and a full range accessories make product selection, installation and maintenance easier
- Reduce inventory with shared accessories and auxiliaries across the PowerPact molded case circuit breaker range
- High performance and a wide range of interchangeable trip units for application evolution
Measure and communicate
PowerPact Multistandard inside our Smart Panels becomes an EcoStruxure connected product within our EcoStruxure Power architecture.
Far more than a circuit breaker, the Micrologic trip units combine intelligent metering and monitoring with protective functions. It can be connected to be a part of EcoStruxure Power digital architectures. By measuring performance data and enabling analysis, managers and operators can anticipate and prevent issues throughout the equipment life cycle.
Enhance equipment protection
All PowerPact Multistandard molded case circuit breakers are equipped with dual-break rotating contacts that reduce the amount of peak current during a short circuit fault. The current limiting attributes of PowerPact Multistandard provide greater protection for downstream devices by limiting the let-through current in the event of a fault. This reduces the let-through currents and enhances equipment protection.
- For regional OEMs exporting to USA and other UL zones
- International & global multi-site OEMs applications
- Industrial control panels to serve as an incoming device, branch (feeder circuit) or can be combined with starts to protect motor feeders