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NC1V Series

DIN rail mount with finger safe spring up screw terminals and trip current ratings up to 30A. Available in 1, 2 or 3 poles. Optional direct panel mount kit and Relay Voltage trip units available.

  • Slim, space-saving housing
  • Rated short-circuit capacity: 2500A
  • Trip current from 0.1A and up to 30A
  • Optional auxiliary / alarm contacts or inertia delay
  • 5 Tripping Delay Curves available
  • Spring-up, finger-safe (IP20) terminals reduce wiring time
  • Ring terminals can be installed. Captive terminal screws construction
  • Auxiliary/alarm contact terminals equipped with terminal covers
  • Retractable actuator provides flush / clean appearance and makes status easily visible
  • Safe trip free mechanism ensures circuit to remain open until trip condition is cleared and operator manually resets to off before switching to on
IDEC NC1V Series Circuit Breakers DIN Rail Mount with Finger Safe Spring up Screw Terminals Distributors

NC1V Series

If you are looking for IDEC Circuit Breakers, please call us on (844) 331-9377 or email us at info@clrwtr.com we will do our best to help you find the IDEC NC1V Breakers that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for IDEC IZUMI NRC Series Circuit Breaker technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

NRC Series

The NRC series of circuit breakers feature a built-in DIN rail mounting "foot" for the most convenient mounting. Terminated with M4 screw terminals (30A, M5) at the base of the circuit breaker, these models fit right in with relays, timers and other devices you may have mounted on your DIN rail. Various delay characteristics and current ratings satisfy applications from logic level protection of PLCs, sensors, or other low current devices up to medium size motors, transformers and heaters.

IDEC NRC Series Circuit Breaker with Built-in DIN Rail Mounting Foot Distributor
NRC Series

Key Features:

  • Mounting options include DIN rail, direct surface or panel cut-out
  • Several delay curves to choose from
  • Optional auxiliary contacts
  • Choice of slide or lever actuators
  • All models equipped with reset trip indicators
  • Available rated currents from 300mA to 30A
  • UL recognized, CSA certified

NRA Series

The NRA series of circuit breakers offer the ultimate in flexibility. Different actuator styles allow for differentiation of look and feel. Various delay characteristics and current ratings satisfy applications from logic level protection of PLCs, sensors, or other low current devices up to medium size motors and heaters. Most units can be through-panel mounted or plugged into DIN rail sockets. Standard termination is via .250" quick-connect terminals, sockets use M3.5 screw terminals.

IDEC NRA Series Circuit Breakers Panel or DIN Rail Mount Distributors
NRA Series

Key Features:

  • Available in 3 different actuator styles
  • Current ratings up to 30A at 250VAC or 65VDC
  • 1, 2 or 3 pole models
  • Optional DIN rail or surface mount sockets
  • Variety of delay tripping curves
  • Optional "inertia delay" to prevent nuisance tripping on motor or transformer loads
  • Optional alarm contacts or auxiliary contacts
  • Reliable to over 10,000 operations
  • UL recognized, CSA certified, VDE

NRB Series

The NRB series of circuit breakers feature stud termination for extra reliability in terminating wires. Various delay characteristics and current ratings satisfy applications from logic level protection of PLCs, sensors, or other low current devices up to medium size motors, transformers and heaters. Designed for through-panel mounting via machine screws.

Key Features:

  • Current ratings up to 50A at 250VAC or 65VDC
  • 1, 2 or 3 pole models
  • Variety of delay curves
  • Optional "inertia delay" to prevent nuisance tripping on motor or transformer loads
  • Optional alarm contacts or auxiliary contacts
  • Reliable to over 10,000 operations
  • UL recognized, CSA certified
IDEC NRBM Series Circuit Breaker with Stud Termination Distributor

NRB Series

Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse in Boise, Idaho stocks some IDEC IZUMI products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct NC1V series circuit protectors for your application in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Whether we have NRC series breaker in stock in Boise, Idaho or need to ship direct from IDEC to any USA cities; Clearwater Tech can get NRA series circuit protector to you fast and save you money! It will be very helpful if you have the NRB series breaker part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for IDEC circuit protectors that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for IZUMI circuit breakers, our application engineers will be able to help you figure out the part numbers and get the price quote to you as soon as possible.

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Toshiba Breakers

Factory Modification "-R" includes a special mounting faceplate on the HV6CS so it can replace a V16S or HV6AS/FS without enclosure modifications (if power terminations are by bus bars, field modification may be necessary). The front-facing side of the HV6CS is smaller than the V16S. This modification is applicable to fixed-type models only, if the faceplate was used for mounting or if the face was protruding through the enclosure.

WEG Contactors

Designed for Extended Mechanical and electrical life, dependable switching in even the most heavy-duty applications can be achieved. No matter how demanding the application, all WEG contactors are tested and approved to be used under Type 1 and Type 2 short circuit coordination. Ensuring global acceptance, all components conform to UL508 (USA and Canada), IEC60947 and CE. NEMA contactors have been a mainstay in the industrial marketplace in the US for decades.