EDB1-63 Series MCB 1000V

Choosing the right DC Mini Circuit Breaker for a solar system requires careful consideration of several factors, including the type of solar panels being used, the size of the system, and the wiring configuration. Here are some general steps you can follow:

  1. Determine the maximum current rating of your solar panels

This can be found in the panel specification sheet. It is important to choose a breaker with a current rating that is higher than the maximum current rating of your panels.

2.Determine the maximum current output of your solar system

This can be calculated by multiplying the current rating of your panels by the number of panels in your system. It is important to choose a breaker with a current rating that is higher than the maximum current output of your system.

3.Choose a breaker with the appropriate voltage rating

DC Mini Circuit Breakers typically have voltage ratings of 12V, 24V, 48V, or higher. Choose a breaker with a voltage rating that matches the voltage of your solar system.

4.Choose a breaker with the appropriate interrupting capacity

This is the maximum amount of current that the breaker can safely interrupt. Choose a breaker with an interrupting capacity that is higher than the maximum current output of your solar system.

5.Choose a breaker with appropriate trip curve

The trip curve of the breaker determines how quickly it will trip in response to an overcurrent condition. The choice of trip curve should be based on the application and the equipment being protected.

6.Choose a breaker with appropriate environmental rating

DC Mini Circuit Breakers are available with different environmental ratings, such as NEMA 4 or IP67. Choose a breaker with an appropriate environmental rating based on the location and conditions of your solar system.It is important to consult with a licensed electrician or solar installer to ensure that you choose the right DC Mini Circuit Breaker for your specific solar system.