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    Identify this circuit breaker symbol

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    Identify the electrical symbol shown:



    Your Answer: Low Voltage Circuit Breaker

    I got this question wrong 52-is ac breaker and draw-out breaker is also available in low voltage
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    Drawout breaker would be a better option. The arrow looking things are what indicate that its drawout. Non drawout or bolt in circuit breaker looks like this:

    You might find this page of electrical symbols helpful: http://testguy.net/content/219-Elect...iagram-Symbols
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAKI2016 View Post
    Codes and Standards

    Identify the electrical symbol shown:



    Your Answer: Low Voltage Circuit Breaker

    I got this question wrong 52-is ac breaker and draw-out breaker is also available in low voltage
    was this one of the questions on the level 2 test ?
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    Was this one of the questions on the level 2 test ?....If so, how many were similar to this
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    Im sure that is a draw out high voltage ac breaker
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    Quote Originally Posted by mildtuna View Post
    Im sure that is a draw out high voltage ac breaker
    it can be both Medium voltage or high voltage draw out breakers all though considering most high voltage(69kv -230kv) breakers are not drawout.
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