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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Each circuit breaker is equipped with a trip unit which actuates the circuit breaker release mechanism and allows opening on the basis of the current flowing through it. Two types of trip units are used in low voltage circuit breakers: Thermal magnetic (thermal magnetic trip unit) and Electronic (electronic trip unit).

Study ABB's guide:

http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/books-and-guides/power-system-protection/trip-characteristic-curves
An electric system shall be protected by the damages which may result from overcurrents. An overcurrent can be divided into short circuit and overload.
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Hi, I'm Edvard Csanyi, owner and developer of the EEP - Electrical Engineering Portal.

I’m specialized for design of low voltage high power busbar trunking (<6300A) in power substations, buildings and industry fascilities, and also design of low voltage and medium voltage switchgears.

Most of my free time I'm coding HTML/PHP , doing SEO, publishing articles related to electrical engineering and enjoying in jazz & blues.

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