Eaton Circuit Breakers, Contactors & Fuses

Power Circuit Breakers

Low Voltage Circuit Breakers enable solutions to meet and exceed the unique and wide range requirements for applications needed. This circuit breaker is designed for custom configuration and application flexibility, with the needs of power distribution equipment user and electrical equipment manufacture in mind.

Magnum DS Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers are designed for the highest quality performance requirements of switchgear and specialty enclosure applications.

Magnum MDSL Current Limiting Power Circuit Breakers

Magnum SB Low Voltage Insulated Case Circuit Breakers are designed for performance and economic requirements of UL 891 switchboards.

Magnum IEC Rated Air Circuit Breakers are designed to enable global power distribution solutions in IEC switchboards and other custom enclosures.

Series NRX Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers is suitable for UL 1558, UL 891, and IEC switchgear and switchboards.

Medium Voltage Circuit Breakers are structured for switchgear assemblies. They offer the latest in vacuum technology, providing superior control and protection of medium voltage power equipment in utility, industrial, commercial, mining and marine installations.

Medium Voltage Power Contactors

Eaton’s SL Medium Voltage Vacuum Contactors are designed to operate at voltages 2200-15000V, depending on the contactor type.

Fuses General

Eaton’s medium voltage fuses are manufactured and meet the C37-4X series requirements and are maintained regularly.

Expulsion Fuses

Eaton’s expulsion fuses use boric acid as the interrupting medium. Type DBU fuse units are designed for new and aftermarket utility applications. Fittings are available in indoor and outdoor versions, and mountings.

Current Limiting Fuses

A current limiting fuse is a fuse that, when its current responsive element is melted by a current within the fuse’s specified current limiting range, abruptly introduces a high resistance to reduce current magnitude and duration, resulting in subsequent current interruption.

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