ABB 6565 U



Dimmer, Wall dimmer, Halogen, Incandescent, Touch, Black

ABB 6565 U properties

Product name6565 U
DimmerWall dimmer
Suitable for lamp typeHalogen, Incandescent
Rotating or TouchTouch
Memory FunctionYes
Voltage230 V
Weight108.0 g

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Product name

Product type


Suitable for lamp type


Rotating or Touch

Memory Function





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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I properly install and wire a circuit breaker from the ABB 6565 U product line in a new electrical panel?

Here are the general steps for installing and wiring an ABB 6565 U circuit breaker in a new electrical panel:

1. Determine the correct size and type of circuit breaker needed based on the electrical load and requirements. Refer to the manufacturer's specifications for guidance. Mount the circuit breaker into the designated opening in the electrical panel, following the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Use appropriate mounting hardware and tighten all screws securely. Connect the incoming power supply wires (usually black or red) to the corresponding terminals on the circuit breaker. Strip the ends of the wires and use wire nuts or terminal connectors to make a secure connection, following the manufacturer's instructions carefully. Connect the load side wiring (usually white or gray) to the corresponding terminals on the circuit breaker. Again, strip the ends of the wires and use wire nuts or terminal connectors to make a secure connection, being careful not to mix white and black wires or violate any local electrical codes. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for setting the trip unit of the circuit breaker to the appropriate value for the electrical load. This may involve adjusting a screw or dial on the circuit breaker to set the desired level of overcurrent protection. Close the circuit breaker and test it to ensure that power is being delivered properly to the load. Use a voltage tester or multimeter to verify that power is present at the load end of the wiring, and check for any signs of electrical arcing, heat, or other anomalies that could indicate a faulty connection or improper installation. Label the circuit breaker with an appropriate name or number to help identify its purpose and location within the electrical system. Consider using color-coded labels or markers to differentiate between circuits carrying different types of loads (e. HVAC equipment). Securely fasten the circuit breaker cover or door over the device, following the manufacturer's instructions carefully to ensure a proper seal and prevent accidental access to the live electrical components inside. Test the electrical system again to confirm that all circuits are functioning properly and that there are no unexpected voltage drops or other issues that could indicate a problem with the circuit breaker installation or wiring.