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7274 Dummy /\ Top
We offer a derivative of our 7274 style circuit breaker for simulators, trainers, and cockpit mock–ups.
Part Number
7274-63D
Dummy breaker, non–functional 7274-2 style
7274-64PS
Physical sample, 7274-2 style with operational pushbutton, can measure continuity across terminals
7274-65PS
Physical sample, 7274-11 style with operational pushbutton, can measure continuity across terminals

Site Updated September 19, 2017

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Klixon® 3SB series
Simulators, single–phase, low amp, quick trip



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Drawings and Dimensions 7274 Dummy
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Features and Overview /\ Top

Low amperage
Fast trip response
High performance (shock and vibration)
Lower total system cost
Tactile feel equivalent to industry accepted aircraft circuit breakers
Packaged in military standard configuration
Optional panel mount configuration, replaceable amp rating inserts (reference part #27515 when ordering), auxiliary switch


Klixon 3SB series simulator circuit breaker was developed by Sensata Technologies to meet the growing needs of the commercial and military simulator industry. Due to the high operational coast of live training, more and more training is being conducted on simulators. The realism and complexity of tomorrow’s simulators will require a circuit breaker that can provide the same "look and feel" of industry accepted circuit breakers in order to create a superior training environment.
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The 3SB electro mechanical devices provide fast trip response with low current draw at 28 VDC. For adaptability to aircraft cockpit panel mounting, they are packaged in a standard MS 26574 style thermal circuit breaker configuration. This fast trip/low current performance provides the opportunity for system level savings. It enables the designer to potentially downsize the system power source and eliminate expensive I/O boards or other electronics while also reducing the amount of cabling required.

Changes in training schemes normally entail system rewiring to reconfigure the simulator, which becomes labor intensive and costly. With the incorporation of a 3SB device the training changes can easily be achieved through system software — without the time and cost associated with rewiring.

Klixon simulator circuit breakers also provide the same tactile feel as standard Mil qualified breakers for superior training realism.

Klixon circuit breakers offer flexibility by offering replaceable ampere rating inserts. (To order different amp rating insert tabs, reference part number 27515.) Attached to the top of the pushbutton actuator, they match the current rating used in the actual aircraft. These inserts can be rotated within the pushbutton to meet your cockpit configuration needs.

An optional auxiliary switch for remote indications and a variety of connection alternatives are also available.



Performance Characteristics /\ Top
Vibration
5 G maximum, 50–500 Hz
Mechanical Shock
5G
Acceleration
5G
Weight
30 grams maximum
Endurance
25000 mechanical cycles, no load
1000 Electrical trip cycles minimum at 28 VDC
Open and Reset Force
5 lb. maximum
Calibration at 25°C
200mA maximum
Current draw at 28 VDC
3 seconds maximum trip time


Drawings and Dimensions For Reference Only /\ Top
3SB2 Diagram

3SB4 Diagram


Spec Sheets For Our Most Popular Devices /\ Top
Specification sheets contain detailed drawings, amp ratings, characteristics, and more...
3SBX
Device Type
Spec Sheet
3SB2
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3SB4
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