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240 / 415V AC

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240V AC

240V AC

1-Phase, 2-Wire 240 V (No neutral). When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

Also known as an Edison system, split-phase or center-tapped neutral. This is the most common residential service in North America. Line 1 to neutral and Line 2 to neutral are used to power 120 volt lighting and plug loads. Line 1 to Line 2 is used to power 240 volt single phase loads such as a water heater, electric range, or air conditioner.

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241 / 277V AC

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277V AC

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278 / 480V AC

278 / 480V AC

3-Phase, 4-Wire 480Y/277 V. When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

In larger commercial facilities the voltage is 277/480 volt and used to power single phase 277 volt lighting and larger HVAC loads (Three Phase)

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415V AC

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0 - 60V DC

0 - 60V DC

When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

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61 - 80V DC

61 - 80V DC

When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

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81 - 125V DC

81 - 125V DC

When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

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>125V DC

>125V DC

When choosing the circuit breaker type, consider the overall voltage rating of the electrical system. This rating is calculated by the highest voltage that can be applied across all end ports. Also, the voltage distribution and circuit breaker integration apply during voltage calculation.The circuit breaker should have enough voltage capacity to meet the requirements of the end application.

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