Type I: Automative Reset
Type I circuit breakers automatically reset after opening. If the fault orovercurrent condition still exists, the breaker will continue to cycle betweenON and OFF positions until the overcurrent problem is corrected. Thesedevices are sometimes called "cycling breakers." Type I/Automatic Reset circuitbreakers do not address, or correct, overcurrent or fault conditions. They onlyreact by cycling OFF and ON. Any overcurrent or fault condition that causesa Type I circuit breaker to operate should be corrected as soon as possible.
Type II: Modified Reset
Type II circuit breakers will remain "tripped" by an internal resistor (in the OFFposition) as long as the circuit is powered. Type II breakers can be reset byturning the circuit OFF, or by turning the ignition switch to the OFF position.These devices are sometimes called "non-cycling breakers."
Type III: Manual Reset
Type III circuit breakers will remain tripped (in the OFF position) until anindicator button or lever is manually reset. Some Type III breakers areavailable with a switch feature that allows the use of an external button tode-energize the circuit.
|Product Name||Cooper/Bussmann Type II Circuit Breaker 10 Amp|
|Brand||COOPER BUSSMANN LLC|
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