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  What do we have to consider to use a normal circuit breaker as a COMPLETE motor protection device…startup current/short circuit as well as overload protection. ===>>>>>>>>OOPS…TO CONTINUE READING PLEASE LOGIN/REGISTER……Login button on top.

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  This is pretty deep – For an introduction topic see below link: What do we have to consider to use a normal circuit breaker as a COMPLETE motor protection device…start-up current/short circuit as well as overload protection. ===>>>>>>>>OOPS…TO CONTINUE READING PLEASE LOGIN/REGISTER……Login button on top.

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At first I am a bit confused…why it does not trip? So I ask:- Ok help me out here…

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  An even better/trickier question to ask is: If I pulled 100 Amp through a 100 Amp circuit breaker will it trip? If you said yes then you must hang around this site much more frequently.

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Across the world power utility companies provides us electricity in different formats but fundamentally they are all the same. From the turbine driven alternators comes three lines with high voltage, which will first be stepped up using transformers, enabling efficient transporting over kilometers, then dropped via transformers to lower to usable/safer levels of voltages .e.g. […]

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So Mr. E. came back from the auction with a old “new” machine. Placed it in the factory and looks around for an electrical point to connect the machine. Ahh, here is one closest to this electrical board. Oh damn, need a circuit breaker! Excited for the new machine the electrical holesaler gets called.

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Selecting a circuit breaker for the motor protection: Is this circuit breaker faulty? I have this compressor with motor pulling 11,5A and I put a 15A CB curve D…why does it still trip?

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Is it allowed to connect the supply to a circuit breaker from the top or the bottom? All the standards I have come across allows this. If the product is confirmed capable of doing so, it is allowed The only requirement for some standards is to have it clearly marked as LINE AND LOAD if […]