Carling Technologies® Announces L-Series Hydraulic-Magnetic Circuit Breaker with Maximum Interrupting Capacity up to 10,000 Amps

Carling Technologies® Announces L-Series Hydraulic-Magnetic Circuit Breaker with Maximum Interrupting Capacity up to 10,000 Amps
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Carling Technologies®, a world-class manufacturer of switching, control and circuit protection products, announces the company’s L-Series hydraulic-magnetic circuit breaker. Complete with UL, cUL and TUV certifications, and available with a maximum interrupting capacity up to 10,000 amps, the L-Series has been specially designed to handle the rigors of the telecom and datacom industries. 

Performance is complimented by the compact size of the L-Series, designed to meet the increasingly smaller dimensions of electronic systems. Offering the lowest profile hydraulic-magnetic circuit breaker on the market today, the L-Series also delivers some unique safety features, such as a patent-pending flush rocker actuator design, with a push to reset guard, to protect against accidental switching.

The L-Series has been optimized for Zero-U applications and features an optional current transformer, capable of sensing current down to a level of one percent to facilitate outlet metering and monitoring of power usage. The precise capabilities of this proprietary current transformer and ease of access provide a simple way for datacom centers to monitor the power consumption used by each storage and routing device for more accurate billing of customers.

The L-Series is available as a one- to three-pole breaker with simple-to-install screw terminals. The breaker handles loads up to 32 amps and offers voltage capabilities up to 480 VAC. The L-Series is also complimented by its rugged design and has been tested to withstand 10,000 “on-off” operations at 6 per minute.

Given the L-Series size and determined performance capabilities, this hydraulic-magnetic circuit breaker is ideal for the confined spaces and demanding conditions found in today’s datacom and telecom power distribution units and rack systems.
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