Circuit breaker 3VA6 UL frame 600 switching capacity class M 35 kA @ 4
circuit breaker 3VA6 UL frame 600 breaking capacity class M 35kA @ 480V 4-pole, line protection ETU860, LSIG, In=600A overload protection Ir=240A...600A short-circuit protection Isd=0.6..10x In, Ii=1.5..10x In N conductor protection adjustable (OFF, up to 100%) ground-fault protection Ig=0.2...1 x In= tg=0.05-0.8s without connection 3VA6 molded-case circuit breaker with 8-series ETU for system protection, UL approval. As an important element of SENTRON protective components for industrial and infrastructure applications, the 3VA UL molded-case circuit breakers from Siemens provide effective plant and starter protection thanks to reliable shutdown in the event of an overload or short circuit. The 3VA UL sets new standards in terms of flexibility and the variety of modular accessories available. The 3VA UL molded-case circuit breakers also offer the perfect conditions for machine and switchgear manufacturers who export worldwide. Alongside the IEC standard, both the 3VA5 and 3VA6 range also meet the UL standard. All functions can therefore be implemented and used for systems worldwide. Key features of this version of the 3VA molded-case circuit breaker: 1. Compact design. 2. Available as version for plant protection. 3. Available as 3-pole and 4-pole version. 4. Four breaking capacity classes from 55 kA to 150 kA at 480 V. 5. Depending on the size: Rated current 40 A to 600 A. 6. Can be installed fixed, in plug-in design or as withdrawable version. 7. The series has a solid-state overcurrent trip unit. 8. Integrated display for measured values. 9. Integrated measuring function and optional communication connection via Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, PROFINET and PROFIBUS. 10. Modular and easy-to-fit internal accessories with wide range of functions. www.siemens.de/3VA. Siemens offers a comprehensive portfolio of protection, switching, measuring and monitoring devices, distribution systems as well as switches and sockets for safe and efficient electrical infrastructure in buildings and industry.