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(2) Inverse Time Circuit Breaker
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(2) Equipment for General Use, Inverse Time Circuit Breaker
An inverse time circuit breaker operable directly by applying the hand to a lever or handle. The circuit breaker shall be permitted to be both power ...
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and marked to indicate the maximum size of fuse or inverse time circuit breaker by which they shall be protected. Exception: The fuse or inverse time ...
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The standard ampere ratings for fuses and inverse time circuit breakers shall be considered as shown in Table 240.6(A). Additional standard ampere ...
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(A) Special Equipment, Fuse or Circuit Breaker Rating
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