Disconnects voltage directly in the fuse box as long as no electricity is needed.
Reliable operation even with dimmers, fluorescent lamps and energy-saving bulbs, halogen spot lights and devices with electronic start-ups, such as vacuum cleaners.
Navigation lights within the light switches and night lights still work also
when the circuit is disconnected.
Protected against reverse polarity and excess voltage.
An LED display indicates circuit disconnection.
Capacity: Pre-fuse 16 A
Extremely low residual ripple: < 1 mV
Surveillance voltage only 230 Millivolts - the lowest value on the market!
The apparent output which can be disconnected is up to 100 watts.
Nominal voltage / capacity: 16 A, 230 VAC +/- 10%, 3500 watts bulb load.
Mechanical operation time of relay: Ca. 15.000.000 switching cycles.
Single-pole disconnection: For optimum operator protection and minimum residual ripple.
Ripple: < 1 mV / < 1 mV / < 1 mV (nominal/typical/maximum)
Surveillance voltage: Minimal DC-voltage (230 Millivolts)
Housing: Mounting rail according to DIN-EN 50 022, 35 mm = 2 PE
Scope of delivery:
- Demand switch
- System control lamp
- Detailed instructions manual
- Base load element
A demand switch - What for ?
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results. At present, the "safe" levels of electric and magnetic fields are still to be determined, but it is now agreed by many doctors and scientists that the levels should be reduced on the principle of ALARA (As Low As Reasonably
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