Motor controller designed to improve motor protection and increase wire efficiency
Mitsubishi Electric Automation's MMP-T32 motor controller protects the motor branch circuits from overload or phase loss during short-circuit conditions while reduces the number of required devices and wiring.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation's MMP-T32 motor controller is designed to protect the motor branch circuits from overload or phase loss during short-circuit conditions by integrating low voltage circuit breaker and thermal overload relays.
The MMP-T32 motor controller incorporates low voltage circuit breakers and thermal overload relays in a single unit while reducing the number of required devices and eliminating about 50% of the wiring.
The MMP-T32 motor controller can also be used as an IEC circuit breaker (IEC60947-2) or a UL60947-4-1A type E self-protected manual motor controller. The MMP-T32 can also function as a UL60947-4-1A type F self-protected combination motor controller when paired with Mitsubishi Electric MS-T series magnetic contactors.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.
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