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Physical Specifications
   Style       
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   Ground Mounted       Ground mounted devices permit a variety of bushing orientations for single-sided access or for separate components. This category includes pad mounted and vault mounted devices. 
   Pole Mounted       Devices are designed to be mounted on a pole or tower. 
   Rack Mounted       Devices are designed to be mounted in an equipment rack. 
   Submersible       Submersible devices are designed to be installed underwater. 
   Other       Other unlisted styles. 
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   Panels       
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   Single-Panel       Devices are single-panel units. 
   Multi-Panel       Devices are multi-panel units. 
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Electrical Specifications
   Phase       
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   Single-Phase       Devices distribute a single AC voltage. 
   Three-Phase       Devices deliver three AC voltages that are 120° out of phase with each other. 
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   Maximum Voltage       This is the maximum voltage that devices can handle safely. 
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   Maximum Current       This is the maximum current that devices can handle safely. 
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Main Device
   Main Device       
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   Breakers       Breakers are mechanical switching devices that break currents under specified abnormal circuit conditions. This category includes resettable fuses. 
   Fusible       Fuses protect electrical devices and components from overcurrents and short circuits that occur in improperly operating circuits. Fuses contain a metal element that melts when current exceeds specific amperage. 
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Trip Unit
   Trip Unit (Breakers Only)       
   Your choices are...         
   Thermal-Magnetic       To break the circuit, thermal-magnetic breakers use either the current's heating effect or the magnetism created when the current passes through a small coil. 
   Electronic       Electronic trip units provide adjustable trip characteristics such as configurable trip thresholds and delays. Some models are microprocessor-controlled. 
   Other       Other unlisted trip units. 
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Switch Control
   Switch Control       
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   Manual       Switches are regulated and controlled manually. 
   SCADA       Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) switches are used to control distributed systems from a master location. 
   Automatic Transfer Control       Switches are used with automatic standby generators that use single-phase or three-phase power and standard voltages during fail over. 
   Other       Other unlisted switch control methods. 
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