• Unique UL rating of 277 VAC
• Rocker actuated
• Various colour switches
• IP 65 with optional cover
With the TA35 series, Schurter offers a particularly versatile generation of miniature circuit breakers with a newly attained UL rating of 277 VAC, the North America rating for 1 of 3 phase used in lighting applications and other mains connected 1-phase devices. They are available in 1-, 2- or 3-pole versions and are especially impressive with their compact and attractive design.
The TA35 offers both the function of a ON/OFF switch and thermal overcurrent protection. Finely graduated rated currents are available from 0.05 A to 20 A for 1-pole and 2-pole circuit breakers, and 0.05 A to 12 A for 3-pole circuit breakers. An optional protective cover offers an IP 65 degree of protection, making the switch suitable for use in harsh environments exposed to dust and splashing water.
The rocker switch can be supplied with or without illumination in six colours with standard print legends, or customer-specific symbols. The circuit breakers are designed for efficient snap-in mounting in panel thicknesses from 1 to 4 mm. The terminals are quick-connect 6.3 x 0.8 mm.
Applications for the TA35, with its increased rating, are commercial lighting and power distribution. Other 1-phase mains connected applications include power generators, cleaning equipment, laboratory equipment for chemical and medicinal use, or machines for food service or processing.
Technical Data / Approvals
The rated AC voltage according to UL was increased to 277 VAC for all non-illuminated 1-pole and 2-pole versions. The voltage rating according to IEC remains at 240 VAC
In addition to the wide application areas of the TA35, the new rating of 277 VAC opens the following new possibilities:
• Industrial lighting arrays (277 VAC)
• Medical and laboratory equipment (277 VAC)
• Industrial Power (277 VAC)
– power supplies
– power distribution strips
– surge/transient voltage suppressors
– power conditioners
– step down transformers
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