RCD Tester cabration service

With the aim of serving customers with the best after-sales services, EMIN Vietnam has established the Equipment Inspection - Calibration - Repair Service Center. With the support from numerous equipment manufacturers in the world, EMIN Vietnam possesses well-prepared calibrating instruments. EMIN Vietnam has successfully repaired and calibrated specialized equipment in Vietnam, ensuring the quickness, effectiveness and convenience for customers. Only few technical trading company in Vietnam do possess this technical capacity including EMIN Vietnam.

>> RCD Tester
- The RCD is a protective device, not itself a switch.

>> Other information
♦ Usage: Used to cut off the circuit automatically when leakage current occurs between the wire through and the neutral wire or ground wire.

♦ Some notes when checking and using RCD:

* The RCD does not provide overload protection, no protection in the presence of short circuits. The RCD is a protective device, not itself a switch. Therefore, the RCD must be used in conjunction with other low-voltage switch ... But there are cases where these low-voltage switches include an RCD in its construction and are collectively called RCD or RCCB (residual current circuit breaker).

* Should check the RCD monthly, the way to check the RCD is to press the "Test" or "T" button on the body of the RCD, this movement simulates the presence of leakage current. If the RCD works well, the circuit is disconnected. If the RCD doesn't work otherwise, we should replace it with a new one. The testing must be repeated many times to ensure the RCD works in the best way.

For further information about calibration service, visit our website at: https://emin.vn/en_US/calibration-inspection-service-985/pc.html

For further information and calibration requirements, Please contact

Equipment Inspection - Calibration - Repair Service Center - EMIN Vietnam JSC 

 Adress: No 11, Hoang Cau Moi Street, Trung Liet Ward Dong Da District, Ha Noi City

Email: hn@emin.vn - Hotline: 097.251.2864 (Mr. Truong)