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    Reduced current let-through

    I understand that using current limiting fuses can accomplish this. However I was under the impression that lowering the instantaneous settings within the trip unit IE: GE Entelliguard RELT mode (Reduced Energy Let Through) would accomplish this as well. I am not sure why magnetic repulsion of contacts would be the correct answer in this instance. Can someone please explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbach_943 View Post
    I understand that using current limiting fuses can accomplish this. However I was under the impression that lowering the instantaneous settings within the trip unit IE: GE Entelliguard RELT mode (Reduced Energy Let Through) would accomplish this as well. I am not sure why magnetic repulsion of contacts would be the correct answer in this instance. Can someone please explain.
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