Circuit breakers provide overcurrent protection. They are typically used in ac-powered circuits up to 277 Vac, and in dc circuits less than 100 Vdc. An inherit trait of a circuit breaker, as opposed to fuses, is the ability to reset the circuit after an overcurrent event. This can also be useful for disabling power to a system for service or maintenance. Please contact one of our Support and Implementation Engineers to discuss your requirements.
The 30088 is typically used to protect the incoming ac power with a maximum of 15 A. It is useful for creating a branch circuit for 120 to 277 Vac. This circuit breaker has the ability to be rese...read more