Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload Protection (RCBO)

If you are looking for residual current circuit breakers (RCBOs) in Singapore, you’ve come to the right place! At Electgo, we offer a huge range of residual current circuit breakers with overload protection (RCBOs) in Singapore ranging from brands like ABB and Schneider Electric

Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload Protection (RCBO) is used in applications where there is the need to combine protection against overcurrents (overload and short-circuit) and protection against earth leakage currents.

Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload Protections (RCBOs) help in sensing this kind of fault and trip the circuit ensuring complete protection of the people and connected equipment.

Main Benefits

  • Complete range
    • Wide choice of codes to cover main customers needs
  • Continuous operation
    • Easy troubleshooting on the network and reduced downtime for maintenance
  • Easy to install
    • Time-saving in wiring operation 
  • Global availability
    • Compliant with Local Standards and wide set of Approvals

Types of Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload Protection

Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload Protection

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Din Rail Types RCBOs

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Frequently Asked Questions About RCBOs

What Is The Difference Between RCD And RCBO?

RCD are meant to be used for an instant disconnection of electricity to prevent a short circuit. On the other hand, RCBO is meant to protect a circuit when there is too much electricity.

What Is The Purpose Of An RCBO?

It is meant to combine the protection of short circuits and earth leakage currents. In short, it is meant to protect the lives of human beings.

Can I Replace MCB With RCBO?

You likely have to engage a qualified electrician and check whether the current ratings and the cable sizes are appropriate for the breaker’s rating.

Should I Use MCB Or RCBO?

It depends on your requirements. MCBs are used to provide protection against overcurrent and short circuits only. On the other hand, RCBO provides comprehensive coverage for overcurrent, short circuits and also earth leakage currents.