Schneider Electric NSX100F MICROLOGIC 2.2
Circuit breaker

Schneider Electric NSX100F MICROLOGIC 2.2
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nsx100f micrologic 2.2

  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz
  • Thermal decoupling limit: From 1.05 to 1.3 In (depending on the model)
  • Short circuit current limit: 3.5 In (depending on the model)
Item Number: NSX100F MICROLOGIC 2.2
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The NSX100F MICROLOGIC 2.2 is a compact, molded-case circuit breaker (CB) from Schneider Electric designed to distribute and protect electrical circuits in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. It offers a wide range of features and benefits, making it an ideal choice for a variety of applications.


  • Rated current: 25 A - 250 A
  • Rated voltage: 415 VAC
  • Disconnecting capacity: 36 kA
  • Type of disconnector: Electronic MicroLogic 2.2
  • Electrical wear resistance: 10,000 on/off cycles
  • Maximum terminal voltage: 8 kV
  • Degree of protection: IP40


  • Compactness: Thanks to its compact design, the NSX100F MICROLOGIC 2.2 saves space in control panels.
  • High performance: Provides reliable protection against short-circuit, overload, ground and neutral loss.
  • Easy to use: Easy to install and operate thanks to clear indication and user-friendly operation.
  • Reliability: Made of high quality materials and components to ensure durability and reliability.
  • Wide range of applications: Suitable for a variety of applications including residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

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