Quick-connect breaker

B1NQT is thermal-magnetic and protects against short circuits and overload conditions.

02/23/2016


B1NQT is thermal-magnetic and protects against short circuits and overload conditions. Courtesy: Noark ElectricNoark Electric's UL 489 B1NQT is a recyclable, quick-connect breaker. It is available in three curves (B, C, and D), in ranges from 0.5 to 63 amp, and with an optional detachable shield. The B1NQT is compliant with UL/CSA/IEC standards for branch-circuit protection in commercial and residential applications. The current-limiting B1NQT is thermal-magnetic and protects against short-circuit and overload conditions. The 1- and 2-pole breaker, offered at 120/240 Vac and 60 Vdc, provides protection for branch and control circuits. Additional options include front-mount, through-door hardware and optional quick-connect terminal plugs on the load side.

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