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ABB India has launched FormulaDIN-Rail, a complete range of Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs), Residual Current Circuit Breakers (RCCBs) and Isolators for the electrical retail market that is estimated to be worth $250 million in India. 

The ABB FormulaDIN-Rail portfolio with its contemporary design, provides optimum protection to electrical circuits from possible damages caused by overload, short circuits, and earth leakages in buildings.

The MCBs are available with a seven-year warranty. This range meets international standards and is manufactured in ABB’s Smart Buildings factory located in Bengaluru, with a production capacity of 12 million pole of MCBs per year. 

“Our range of protection devices is designed to significantly improve electrical performance of both residential and commercial units, creating safe, sustainable homes and buildings for the future,” said ABB India President- Electrification business CP Vyas.

The entire range of MCBs, RCCBs and Isolators are available through the ABB Electrification business retail network across India as well as on ABB eMart, the company’s online marketplace. The portfolio comes with a lowest watt loss and space for better air circulation, as well as clear ON/OFF indications printed on all the products for ease of use. 

The ABB FormulaDIN-Rail portfoliois a sophisticated piece of engineering that also enables a fit with different pole configurations, includes B/C tripping characteristics (MCBs), various leakage sensitivity (RCCBs) and Isolation (Isolators) up to 63 A for residential and similar applications.

The SW200 M MCBs, which are part of this range, perform the most crucial tasks of preventing an overload on the electrical circuit by tripping before the cable is damaged. These MCBs not only satisfy the most common MCB requirements but can also be installed in any residential or similar environment, making them flexible and reliable for the end user.

The FW200 RCCBs in this range ensure safety of people and installations from earth leakage current, in a systematic and calculated way. This ISI approved device works on continuous calculations of the system line currents to detect the flow of current to earth, thereby preventing accidental electric shock by direct or indirect contact, as well as protecting installations against the risk of fire. It is also approved by international standards IEC 61008-1 and IS 12640-1(2016).

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