Enclosed circuit breaker

The enclosed circuit breaker (ECB) equipped with the Arcflash Reduction Maintenance System can improve safety by providing a simple and reliable method to reduce fault-clearing time and downstream incident-energy levels.

04/13/2017


Eaton Enclosed Circuit BreakerThe enclosed circuit breaker (ECB) equipped with the Arcflash Reduction Maintenance System can improve safety by providing a simple and reliable method to reduce fault-clearing time and downstream incident-energy levels. The Arcflash Reduction Maintenance System provides an accelerated instantaneous trip to reduce arc flash. The operator can preselect from five levels of protection to facilitate the maximum arc-flash reduction while avoiding nuisance tripping during planned start-up and maintenance operations, without disturbing the normal operational trip-unit settings. The Arcflash Reduction Maintenance System is designed for use only during the time a worker is exposed to the flash hazard. The system is not activated or armed continuously.

Eaton, www.eaton.com

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