A coherent set of attributes representing the breaking capacity of a fuse, defined in accordance with IEC 60269. Note - A protective device may be associated with different instances of this pSet providing information related to different basic characteristics.
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A list of the available types of fuse disconnector from which that required may be selected where:
EngineProtectionDevice: A fuse whose characteristic is specifically designed for the protection of a motor or generator. FuseSwitchDisconnector: A switch disconnector in which a fuse link or a fuse carrier with fuse link forms the moving contact, HRC: A standard fuse (High Rupturing Capacity) OverloadProtectionDevice: A device that disconnects the supply when the operating conditions in an electrically undamaged circuit causes an overcurrent, SemiconductorFuse: A fuse whose characteristic is specifically designed for the protection of sem-conductor devices. SwitchDisconnectorFuse: A switch disconnector in which one or more poles have a fuse in series in a composite unit.
The voltage levels for which the data of the instance is valid. More than one value may be selected in the enumeration.
The breaking capacity in [A] for fuses in accordance with the IEC 60269 series.
The power loss in [W].
The power loss in [W] of the fuse when the nominal current is flowing through the fuse.
Number of phases that the equipment operates on.
Ideal temperature range.
The current that a fuse, circuit breaker, or other electrical apparatus is able to interrupt without being destroyed or causing an electric arc with unacceptable duration.
Type of arc extinction used.
Number of poles that the object would affect.
Number of poles that the equipment would affect.
The ratio of the actual primary current or voltage to the actual secondary current or voltage.
The nominal frequency of the supply.
The nominal current that is designed to be measured.
The range of allowed voltage that a device is certified to handle. The upper bound of this value is the maximum.