how to select MCB

with what capacity MCB should be used for 150 v in my house 


asked 6/16/2016
Anmol2
Anmol

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1) Type of  connected load

2) No. of Electrical points

3) Place of application

4) country of Origin

answered 6/18/2016 Prakash babu 2
Prakash babu

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