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SOCKET, RCD, LATCHING, DOUBLE, METAL

TIMEGUARD TFP08ML

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Manufacturer:
TIMEGUARD TIMEGUARD
Manufacturer Part No:
TFP08ML
Newark Part No.:
08P4847
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Product Information

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230V
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13A
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30mA
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40ms
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BS 1363
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I'm unsure what the rating for "Tripping Current" means (30mA). I assume this UK Socket is designed for use in a control panel to provide power for a laptop. (Several Amp powered load) Please confirm.
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RCDs are designed to disconnect the circuit if there is a leakage current. By detecting small leakage currents (typically 5–30mA) and disconnecting quickly enough (<30ms), they may prevent electrocution. To prevent electrocution, RCDs should operate within 25-40ms at leakage currents of 30mA. To be effective enough to prevent accidents, an RCD should have a tripping current of 10mA or 30mA. Higher tripping currents are used to protect against fire, in which case the RCD would have an operating current of 100mA or 300mA.

So TFP08ML has a rated trip current of 30mA.
Please refer ripping related info in Page 8 of the below link:
http://www.timeguard.com/pdfs/0000/0002/rcd-range.pdf
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