The C Curve Single Pole 6kA MCB by ESR is available in many amp ratings ranging from 6 Amp through to 63 Amp. This range includes the B6C1-6, B6C1-10, B6C1-16, B6C1-20, B6C1-25, B6C1-32, B6C1-40, B6C1-50 and B6C1-63 models.
These MCBs are designed to protect the user and their property from overloads and short circuits by breaking the current as is passes through your consumer unit in the event of suggested dangerous earth leakage. MCBs are known to save lives and are a commonly used component in domestic consumer unit configurations.
These MCB modules will use 1 module/way on your consumer unit rail bar, and are ideal for light commerical - heavy domestic use in the C curve option such as when wiring circuitry for motorized appliances such as washing machines, tumble driers etc, or where fluorescent lighting is used. All models in this list will trip at 30mA.
B curve RCBOs will trip at 3-5 times the rated current, while C curve RCBOs will trip at 5-10 times the rated current. Therefore we advise consulting your electrician if you are unsure which curve or current is right for your desired application, as the wrong type may cause unnecessary tripping or create a potential hazard.
Single pole MCB circuit breakers in a range of current rating options
Easily installed in your ESR modular consumer unit
Safe and reliable product that is known to save lives and severely reduce risk of property damage
Frequency: 50 Hz
Modular size: 1 Module/way
Pole: Single Pole
Circuit Rating: 6kA
Models in this range:
B6C1-6 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 6a
B6C1-10 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 10a
B6C1-16 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 16a
B6C1-20 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 20a
B6C1-25 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 25a
B6C1-32 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 32a
B6C1-40 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 40a
B6C1-50 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 50a
B6C1-63 - MCB C Curve 6kA Single Pole - 63a
These modules are ideal for use with a 17th Edition Consumer Unit from ESR.
A lockout/tagout is an essential safety procedure to ensure that an energy supply is 'locked off' while maintenance is carried out - these are available here.