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Wire GE shunt trip breaker 125 amp 3 phase to eos

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Do you have any wiring in the panel already? The green or bare copper wires will go the ground bar which will be screwed directly on to the inside of the box. The ground bar will be in contact with the box. If the mains are wired into the main lugs the main ground will have a green stripe or it may be bare multi strand aluminum. All ground wires go under screws individually on the ground bar. The white wires go onto the neutral bar. The neutral bar will be affixed to the inside of the box on plastic isolators that do not allow contact with the metal panel. The main neutral will have a white stripe or it may be solid white. The neutrals will go under individual screws. The hot wires will now go under the screws of the breakers. All screws must be tightned firmly but not as tight as you possibly can. The hots will be black or red. The wires should alternate black, red, black, red. Begin with black on the top two breakers the one left and the one on the right. The hot wires will be either black or red.

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What voltage and amperage is required to trip a shunt trip unit


The circuit breaker will have a shunt trip voltage & current ratings, a variable current selector knob, etc. - based on the type breaker (Catelog number). Here is a link to images of C-H shunt trip devices and circuit breakers
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Total amp rating of breaker.
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I have a square D breaker with shunt trip. The breaker keeps tripping so how do I check the breaker?


A shunt trip breaker operation.

It works just like a normal circuit breaker with one additional function. A shunt-trip breaker also has a built-in magnetic coil that can be energized externally to trip the breaker.


So what is wired to the shunt that is not letting the breaker reset?


Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_a_shunt_trip_breaker_work#ixzz1EXNCP5r0

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