Phoenix Contact single-pole circuit breakers

Phoenix Contact UT 6-TMC M series resettable, single-pole circuit breakers, with screw connection, combine advantages of fuse terminal blocks with benefits of thermal-magnetic circuit breakers.


Phoenix Contact UT 6-TMC M series is a resettable, single-pole circuit breaker with screw connection.

Phoenix Contact UT 6-TMC M series is a resettable, single-pole circuit breaker with screw connection.

The new range of Phoenix Contact circuit breakers combine the advantages of fuse terminal blocks with the benefits of thermal-magnetic circuit breakers. Phoenix Contact UT 6-TMC M series is a resettable, single-pole circuit breaker with screw connection. Tripped circuit breakers on the TMC are clearly indicated and can be easily reset with the press of a button. The series is available in 11 graded steps for nominal currents from 0.5 to 16 A. Two bridge shafts simplify distribution. Measuring just 12.3 mm wide, the UT 6-TMC M circuit breakers occupy 30% less space than conventional 17.5-mm circuit breakers. The series is part of Phoenix Contact's Clipline Complete system, which features standardized push-in bridging, marking and testing accessories for all connection technologies.

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