Q: What's the difference between B, C, and D curve circuit breakers?
A: All Circuit Breakers carry a current rating (In) which is the amount of current the breaker can carry continuously. The curve type (B, C, D, etc...) designates the instantaneous trip current range, or the amount of current at which the breaker will trip without causing a time delay. Generally, the higher the current spike, the faster the breaker will trip. Below you'll find a list of the the most common curve types and their instantaneous trip ratings.
B Curve: Trips above 3 times In up to 5 times In
C Curve: Trips above 5 times In up to 10 times In
D Curve: Trips above 10 times In up to 20 times In
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Q: How do I find the Modbus address of a given memory location (V, SP, C, etc...) in my DirectLogic PLC (05/06/205/305/405)?
A: You can use the Modbus conversion utility provided by AutomationDirect to translate any of the following types of V-memory: X, GX, Y, GY, C, SP, T, CT, S.
Right Click and select "Save link as..." to download: Modbus_Utility.xls
Note: Make sure to read the RED note at the bottom and only change the Red numbers in the spreadsheet. You can use "Save as" to save your configured address sheet when finished.