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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
QO225GFI Allied Electronics, Inc. SQUARE D Not Provided Circuit Breaker; Class A Ground Fault; 2-P; 25A; 120/240VAC-10k AIR; Common Trip
F204AC-25/0.03 Allied Electronics, Inc. ABB Not Provided Circuit Breaker; GFEP Ground Fault Equipment Protector; 4 Pole; AC; 25A; 30mA
F202AC-40/0.03 Allied Electronics, Inc. ABB Not Provided Circuit Breaker; GFEP Ground Fault Equipment Protection; 2 Pole; AC; 40A; 30mA
M9V14463 Allied Electronics, Inc. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided Circuit Breaker; Ground Fault; Vigi C60; 4-P; 220-415 VAC; < DIN A; span>
F202AC-25/0.03 Allied Electronics, Inc. ABB Not Provided Circuit Breaker; GFEP Ground Fault Equipment Protection; 2 Pole; AC; 25A; 30mA
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  • Ground-fault interrupters
    Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), also called earth leakage or residual-current circuit breakers, can sense leakage current to earth ground from live parts and interrupt the circuit automatically when leakage current exceeds a predetermined value. A core-balance protection device serves
  • Motor Protectors & Thermal Breakers & Thermistors
    Motors should have protection for themselves, the branch circuit, and the feeder line. Other protection, provided by fuses and circuit breakers, guards against fault conditions caused by short circuits or grounds and overcurrents exceeding locked-rotor values.
  • Secure Power with Next Generation SPDUs (.pdf)
    wiring cables to provide this extra electrical power. In a legacy configuration, all related wiring runs directly between the circuit breakers and electrical devices. As a result, the as much as 100 miles (161 km) of wiring in a commercial passenger aircraft can be vulnerable to ground and arc
  • Smart Computing Article - Your PC Won't Start
    are functioning. If not, the surge protector might be to blame. Another likely culprit is a faulty wall outlet. Plug your computer directly into the outlet, sans surge protector. Ensure that the GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) hasn t been tripped. If your PC still won t turn on, plug something
  • Fake Products, Real Dangers
    that commonly counterfeited electrical products include extension cords, fuses, circuit breakers, surge protectors and ground fault circuit interrupters. So what does any of this have to do with the plastics industry? Plenty. Plastics manufacturers, processors and compounders such as Plastics Color Corporation

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