Legrand’s Compact One RCBO passes new regulatory standards
Legrand has announced its RCBOs have undergone verification testing and are compliant with Energy Safe Victoria’s new regulatory requirements.
Legrand’s Compact One RCBO enables consistent and reliable electrical operation in residential buildings. It provides protection against short circuits, overloads and residual currents of electrical circuits ranging from six to 32A.
Made to protect people from direct and indirect contact, the Type A function provides increased accuracy in detecting pulsating AC and DC currents that are commonly found in household devices such as computers and washing machines.
The supply power (line side) can be connected from the top or bottom of the terminal, which allows for simpler and more versatile installation options. Additionally, thanks to two DIN-Clips that come with the module, it can be easily removed without disrupting or disconnecting other units in the same row.
For extra protection, the device comes with a Neutral Switching for those projects that require the added benefit of neutral disconnection like caravans and motor premises. The 30mA and 10mA sensitivity makes the RCBO suitable for residential, commercial and hospital installations.