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PowerPact Q - molded case circuit breaker - 2-pole - 10 kA - 240 V - 175 AShow more characteristics
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Main product or component typeCircuit breaker range of productPowerPact Q trip unit technologyThermal-magnetic Complementary Line Rated Current175 A [Ue] rated operational voltage240 V AC number of poles2 breaking capacity10 kA 240 V AC continuous current rating80 % breaking capacity codeB mounting modeUnit mount electrical connectionLugs loadTerminal nut line AWG 4...300 kcmil aluminium/copper magnetic hold current1200 A magnetic tripping current2400 A height164.34 mm (6.47 in) width114.30 mm (4.5 in) depth99.82 mm (3.93 in) tightening torque247.82 lbf.in (28 N.m) 0.04…0.23 in² (25…150 mm²) AWG 4...300 kcmil) Environment product certificationsIECCSAUL listed Ordering and shipping details Category00024 - Q2 & QE METERING BREAKERS Discount ScheduleDE2A GTIN00785901670421 Package weight(Lbs)1.51 kg (3.32 lb(US)) ReturnabilityYes Country of originMX Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product California proposition 65WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: DINP and DIDP which is known to the State of California to cause Carcinogen and Reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov REACh Regulation REACh free of SVHCYes EU RoHS DirectiveCompliant
EU RoHS Declaration
Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
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Environmental Disclosure Circularity ProfileNo need of specific recycling operations Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
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