Electronic trip unit

The Digitrip 210+ trip unit provides easy setup for coordination and reliable protection for electrical systems in commercial, industrial, and machinery manufacturing environments.

04/14/2016


The Digitrip 210+ trip unit provides easy setup for coordination and reliable protection for electrical systems in commercial, industrial, and machinery manufacturing environments. Designed to fit FDE-frame molded-case circuit breakers, the trip unit offers electronic trip unit functionality in an economic platform. For installation in assemblies such as panelboards and switchboards, the 210 or more electronic trip units are available in LI and LSI. Both versions include a seven-position dial to set the current rating of the breaker. The LI includes an adjustable instantaneous protection setting. The LSI includes a short delay setting with magnitude and time-delay options to improve coordination when protecting against electrical faults in a system.

Eaton

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