If you are talking about a breaker in a house panel then a 15 amp breaker would be used. It is the smallest amperage breaker that you will find in a house panel.
In the circuit breaker panel. It's the only place they're used.
This device is protecting over load current.ACB is mostly used for MV panel and LV panel.
the circuit breaker used will be miniature circuit breaker(MCB) maily used in homes.Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hertz supply service.A two pole circuit breaker is used for a load of 240 volts. It is sized, according to the load amps of the device, to protect the wires that supply the load current.
Not circuit breaker only fuses in cars that are used. Driver side kick panel 7.5a gauge fuse check it fist.
circuit breaker and fuses used in series to break the circuit in overcurrent situation to block current to flow through circuit.
No, it is still live even when the switch is open...
I just spoke with an inspector here in NJ today and according to him pending on what panel(squareD)in this case, it is 24 space but can be 48+. Stating that the breakers allow you to place two branch circuits on one breaker. Didn't make sense to me, being that while in school at my union it was 1 circuit for each breaker. Unless, some tandem breakers are used. Check the breaker and see what its rated for. Hope this helps.
A fuse or circuit breaker used in a circuit is usually inserted in series with the load.
air circuit breaker is use air to break acircuit and its used in low tention side only ..vacuum circuit breaker side vacuum was used to break a circuit its used in high tention
A circuit breaker is an overcurrent protection device. They are used everwhere from the miniature circuit breaker which protects a simple lighting circuit in your home, to huge circuit breakers that protect transmission lines.
An electric circuit breaker is switch that is used to protect electrical circuit from a short circuit or overload.