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Presentation at de-Normentagung

AC-DC sensitive residual current circuit-breakers and arc-fault detection devices.

News concerning the company

Doepke takes over the production of miniature circuit-breakers of ABL.

Updated version of DIN VDE 0100-704

Use electricity safely on construction sites

Our DFS 4 B SK HD construction site power switch

Rules for handling electricity safely

Protection against electricity

Finding the right device for you

Selection tool and guidelines for selecting residual current circuit-breakers

Smart light control

Dasy and Dasy TC bring light to the darkness

‘In spite of lightning’ – use electricity safely even during storms

Short-time delayed residual current circuit-breakers make the difference

Updated Version: IEC 60479-2

New ventricular fibrillation threshold: Perfectly equipped with our type B switches.

Company mission: safe use of electricity

Interview with our Managing Director Andreas Müller


Detective work

When the RCCB trips: tips for finding the cause.

Charging equipment protection made easy

The new DFS4 F EV from Doepke protects the charging point and the entire system.

HD design

Reliable protection even in harsh environments.

Monitor, switch, test:

Multi-functional remote actuator for residual current circuit-breakers.

Updated version of DIN VDE 0100-530

Technical article by Günter Grünebast.

Particularly compact design

The new DFS 2 B from Doepke protects thermal pumps and PV systems

Reducing fire risk

Doepke’s arc-fault detection device provides three-way security.

Small and vigilant

The new Doepke DCTR transformer.

State-of-the-art residual current protection

Greater safety in the home and office.


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Our electrical finds

Be it cable chaos, a curious installation or unusual tool – the electrical curiosities we encounter have one thing in common: they catch the eye and are out of the ordinary. We want to make you stare in amazement, shake your head or laugh out loud, so we are going to share our favourite electrical finds with you in a regular feature.