Molded case circuit breaker family

The FORMULA UL family of molded case circuit breakers by ABB.

04/11/2012


ABB’s Low Voltage Products division has introduced the FORMULA UL family of molded case circuit breakers, dedicated to the most common, general use applications up to 240 Vac. The FORMULA line comes in two frames, A1 and A2, which reach to 100 and 250 A, respectively. Each is available in one-, two-, and three-pole varieties, in a fixed version with front terminals standard. Developed to provide simplicity and quality, with a depth of just 2.36 in. and a smaller footprint, FORMULA UL is one of the most compact molded case circuit breakers on the market up to 250 A. The reduced dimensions make efficient use of the valuable space within switchboards and panels without compromising performance and reliability. 

ABB 

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