Hager FI/LS switch
- The protective device for your charging station
- Protect yourself and your electric installation against high or faulty currents
Practically combining a residual current circuit breaker (FI / RCD) and a circuit breaker (LS)
Each charging station must be connected by a separate FI within its own power circuit. The FI protects against faulty current flows and thus against dangerous electric shocks. To protect the installation from excess current and short circuits, a circuit breaker is required. Since many charging stations are already supplied with integrated DC residual current protection, it is sufficient to use a standard type A FI. Combining both protection systems in one device saves space and time during installation. Details about when you need a residual current device (FI / RCD), which types of residual current circuit breakers are available, and how to choose, can be found here.
|Number of poles||4|
|Residual current type||A|
|Rated residual current I∆n||0,03 A|
|Operating voltage AC (fix)||230 V, 400 V|
|Rated current (AC)||32 A|
- Hager FI/LS switch 4-pole, 10kA, C-32A, 30mA
Any further questions?
Our Knowledge centre can tell you everything you need to know about charging your electric car. For example, you can visit the centre for advice on what to look out for when buying and installing a charging station.
|Product dimensions (wxhxd)||B x H x T mm|