Circuit breaker

EntelliGuard R Retrofill from General Electric updates legacy circuit breakers with minimal modification, and is compatible with shutters, secondary and neutral disconnects, and position switches in existing breaker cubicles.

04/13/2012


EntelliGuard R RetrofillEntelliGuard R Retrofill from General Electric updates legacy circuit breakers with minimal modification, and is compatible with shutters, secondary and neutral disconnects, and position switches in existing breaker cubicles. This unit increases short circuit rating on AK25 and AKR30S while maintaining UL approval, with a single finger cluster design that generates less heat. The trip unit and all indicators are visible through the door, which is available pre-punched with or without holes for pilot lights and RELT switch for all stack widths. Features include the EntelliGuard TU Trip Unit for arc flash protection and selectivity, and field-installable accessories.



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