Compact NSX

100 to 630 A moulded-case circuit breakers
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Compact NSX
Compact NSX moulded-case circuit breakers from 100 to 630 A
  • Presentation

    The Compact NSX combines intelligent metering and monitoring with impeccable protective functions. 
    Features include:

    • Nominal current: 16 to 630 A 
    • Seven breaking capacities from 25 to 200 kA at 415 V 
    • The highest breaking capacity : 100kA at 690V
    • Voltage rating: up to 690 V
    • Two physical sizes from 16 to 630 A 
    • 1, 2, 3 and 4 pole versions available
    • Isolation with positive break indication 
    • Large range of electronic and thermal-magnetic protections
    • Interchangeable trip-units to upgrade your panel with smarter functions
    • Measure of main electrical values: I, U, P, E, THD, f, CosPhi 
    • Earth leakage protection by associated Vigi Module 
    • Wide range of common auxiliaries and accessories interchangeable on site 
    • Plug and play wiring system and communicating accessories
    • Compliance with international standards: IEC 60947-1 and 2, IEC 68230 for type 2 tropicalisation, CCC, EAC and other local certifications
    • Compliance with specifications of marine classification companies: Bureau Veritas, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas and RINA.

  • Benefits

    • Simply the safest and most reliable protection
    • Improving maintenance effectiveness and optimizing power supply dependability
    • Contributing to energy efficiency
    • Improving project and panel-building effectiveness
    • Suitable for all new specific applications
    • Respectful to the planet
  • Applications

    Protection and management of LV electrical installations:

    • Standard applications:  industries, buildings, infrastructures
    • Specific applications demanding high performance at controlled cost: Marine, Oil and Gas extraction and processing, mining operations, metals and minerals production, and data centers
    • Motor protection
    • Control and isolation using switch disconnectors
    • Source-changeover systems