Acti9 STI is a range of fuse-carriers disconnectors for applications requiring high breaking capacity
Acti9 STI isolatable fuse-carriers provide overload and short-circuit protection.
- They are used for industrial applications requiring a high breaking capacity.
- They perform the disconnector function and must not be used as switches (Utilization category: AC-20).
- They can be equipped with an indicator light indicating blowing of the fuse cartridge.
- They meet IEC/EN 60947-3 standard requirements.
- Disconnection of all poles is guaranteed for the 2P, 3P, and 3P+N versions during factory assembly.
- STI can use both gG and aM fuse cartridges without striker
- gG fuses: used to provide both overload and short-circuit protection
- aM fuses: used to provide only short-circuit protection of loads with high peak current such as motors, transformers primaries, etc.)
- Available in both 8.5 x 31.5 mm and 10.3 x 38 mm diameters
- Fuse cartridges meet IEC/EN 60269-1/2 (NFC 60-200).
- Comb busbar:
- used to quickly bridge several STI of the same kind.
- Busbar connectors:
- Used to supply the busbar
- For 25 mm2 cable
- 230 V neon indicator light
- Indicates fuse blowing (off in normal operation and lit red after fuse blowing).
- 400 V maxi.
- Padlocking device
- Locks the toggle in the "open" or "closed" position. Used with an 8 mm max. diameter padlock (not supplied).
- Clip-on markers (C60 type): used to identify:
- either on the front face of the device or on the downstream terminals.
- Captive fuse cartridge compartment makes it impossible to lose fuse cartridge
- Additional compartment for replacement fuse cartridge.
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