MCB Miniature Circuit Breaker

What is the full form of MCB?
MCB stands for Miniature Circuit Breaker. Read more

What is the full form of MCCB?
MCCB stands for Molded Case Circuit Breaker. Read more

What is the full form of ELCB?
ELCB stands for Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker. Read more 

How many types of MCB are there?
MCB is classified according to the tripping over the rage of fault current. Type of MCB is  A, B, C, D, K, and Z. Read more Read more

Why MCB is better than fuse?
1. MCB is more sensitive to current than a  uses fuse. 
2. MCB is very simple to resume to the supply. Read more

Some essential tips to avoid MCB tripping
1. We should unplug all the devices when it's not in use. 2. We should make sure that none of your appliance cord is damaged or broken. Read more

What are the advantages and disadvantages of MCB?
Advantages of MCBs: 1. MCBs have more sensitive to current then fuse. 
2. It has quick work against short circuits.

Disadvantages of MCBs:  1. The cost of the MCB is greater than the fuse. 
2. The cost of the MCB distribution board is greater than the rewireable fuse board. Read more 

What are the advantages and disadvantages of MCCB?
Advantages of MCCB:
1. MCCB has a prevent the electrical device from faulty situations.
2. The maintenance cost fee is free and recurring costs are less. Read more

What are the advantages and disadvantages of ELCB?
Advantages of ELCB: 1. This device is not sensitive to faults. 
2. It is cheap and efficient.
Disadvantages of ELCB: 1. Failure to respond at certain conditions. 
2. ELCB needs a sound earth connection, for the load protects. Read more 

What are the advantages and disadvantages of RCCB?
Advantages of RCCB:
1. The main purpose of RCCB is to protect the human from the residual current.
Disadvantages of RCCCB:
1. RCCB does not have short circuit protection. Read more 

What is the difference between MCB and MCCB?
1. MCCB and MCCB both are the thermomagnetic devices and they are classified under low voltages breaker. 
2. Both are low voltage circuit breakers created to meet IEC( International electrotechnical commission) 947 standards Read more 

What is the difference between RCCB and ELCB?
1. ELCB is an old technology while RCCB is a new technology, 
2. ELCB is connected to phase, natural as well as earth line, RCCB is connected only phase and natural line.  Read more 

limitations of fuse
1. It has a low speed. 2. You have to keep a replacement handy in case it blows.

3. It can't bear a surge current in the case of motor starting. Read more 

Fuse applications
1. Hard disk drives 2. Laptops 3. Cameras 4. DVD writers 5. DVD players Read more  

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