How Does an Rcbo Work?

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RCBO is a residual current breaker that has an overload protection. It has combined functions of the MCB and RCD in one unit. It combines the functions of leakage detection and over current protection. It is used to protect the particular circuit and mostly to separate RCD and MCBs.
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It stands for " Residual Current Circuit Breaker "
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An RCBO, or a Residual Circuit Breaker with Overload, is an electrical device responsible for disconnecting a circuit whenever an electrical overload happens. It is also sometimes
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An RCD detects current finding unexpected and unintended routes out of a circuit. And RCBO does the same but also provides overcurrent protection.
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