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  • BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

  • BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

  • BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

  • BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

1 Gang plactic Sockets, switched BKZ0130SPW

Model Number: BKZ0130SPW switched socket

Product Description

Model Number: BKZ0130SPW switched socket

Type: Wall Socket

Grounding: Other

Application: Residential / General-Purpose

Size: 86*86mm

single RCD plastic socket,switched

Rated Voltage 230VAC

Rated Current 13A max

Frequency 50Hz

Trip current 30mA

Break Time 40mS max 

Voltage Surge 4K (100KHz Ring Wave)

Endurance 3000 Cycles min

Hit-Pot 2000V min

Approval CE BS7288;BS1363

Cable capacit 3X2.5 mm

Minimum back box depth:35mm

IP Rating IP4X

Place of Origin:  Guangdong, China (Mainland)

Brand Name: BAOKEZHEN

Application Equipment, Household appliances, etc.

Test and Reset buttons, test button is for safety checks, and manual reset;

Provides residual circuit protection


Advantage

1. 1G RCD switched socket, in white

2. PC material, Passive RCD

3. Dimension: 86*86mm

4. ROHS, CE, BS, UKCA

 

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BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

BKZ0130PW 1G RCD Switched Socket

Minimum order quantity: 500 Piece/Pieces

Port: SHENZHEN

Terms of payment: L/C   T/T  

Supply ability: 30000  Piece/Pieces / Day

Conventional packing: exporting standard cartons including boxes inside

Delivery deadline: 10-20 days after confirming your order

Product type: public


 

RCD's

RCDs are often known by other names, eg., earth leakage circuit breakers (ELCB) or safety switches.

An RCD is an electrical safety device specially designed to immediately switch the electricity off when electricity "leaking" to earth is detected at a level harmful to a person using electrical equipment. An RCD offers a high level of personal protection from electric shock. Fuses or overcurrent circuit breakers do not offer the same level of personal protection against faults involving current flow to earth. Circuit breakers and fuses provide equipment and installation protection and operate only in response to an electrical overload or short circuit. Short circuit current flow to earth via an installation's earthing system causes the circuit breaker to trip, or fuse to blow, disconnecting the electricity from the faulty circuit. However, if the electrical resistance in the earth fault current path is too high to allow a circuit breaker to trip (or fuse to blow), electricity can continue to flow to earth for an extended time. RCDs (with or without an overcurrent device) detect a very much lower level of electricity flowing to earth and immediately switch the electricity off.

RCDs have another important advantage - they reduce the risk of fire by detecting electrical leakage to earth in electrical wiring and accessories. This is particularly significant in older installations.

 

How They Work

RCDs work on the principle "What goes in must come out". They operate by continuously comparing the current flow in both the Active (supply) and Neutral (return) conductors of an electrical circuit.
If the current flow becomes sufficiently unbalanced, some of the current in the Active conductor is not returning through the Neutral conductor and is leaking to earth.
RCDs are designed to operate within 10 to 50 milliseconds and to disconnect the electricity supply when they sense harmful leakage, typically 30 milliamps.

The sensitivity and speed of disconnection are such that any earth leakage will be detected and automatically switched off before it can cause injury or damage. Analyses of electrical accidents show the greatest risk of electric shock results from contact between live parts and earth.
Contact with earth occurs through normal body contact with the ground or earthed metal parts. An RCD will significantly reduce the risk of electric shock, however, an RCD will not protect against all instances of electric shock. If a person comes into contact with both the Active and Neutral conductors while handling faulty plugs or appliances causing electric current to flow through the person's body, this contact will not be detected by the RCD unless there is also a current flow to earth.
On a circuit protected by an RCD, if a fault causes electricity to flow from the Active conductor to earth through a person's body, the RCD will automatically disconnect the electricity supply, avoiding the risk of a potentially fatal shock.

Examples of equipment recomended to be protected by a RCD

• Hand held electric power tools, such as drills, saws and similar equipment.

• Tools such as jack-hammers, electric lawn mowers.

• Equipment on construction sites.

• Equipment such as appliances which move while in operation, such as vacuum cleaners and floor polishers.

• Appliances in wet areas such as kitchens, including kettles, jugs, frying pans, portable urns, food mixers/blenders.

• Hand held appliances such as hair dryers, curling wands, electric knives etc

• Cord extension leads.

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