FuseBox Devices MCB's RCBO's AFDD's SPD's

FuseBox offer a wide range of accessories such as Fusebox Devices MCB’s RCBO’s AFDD’s SPD’s to offer added protection.

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    An MCB is an automatically operated electrical switch. Miniature circuit breakers are intended to prevent damage to an electrical circuit as a result of excess current. They are designed to trip during an overload or short circuit to protect against electrical faults and equipment failure.

    The RCBO meaning is residual current circuit breaker with overcurrent protection. These devices are designed to ensure the safe operation of electrical circuits, triggering disconnection whenever an imbalance is detected.

    A SPD, also known as a surge suppressor, is a device that is made to protect electronic equipment from unwanted power surges or “spikes.” It takes only a tiny amount of voltage increase to damage most of today’s sensitive electronics.

    Arc Fault Detection Devices (AFDD) are protective devices installed in consumer units to provide protection from arc faults. They use microprocessor technology to analyse the waveform of the electricity being used to detect any unusual signatures which would signify an arc on the circuit.