46.Power Delivery by John G. Webster (Editor)

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Cutaway view shows the arc chamber, electrodes, mechanism, and terminals. The breaker is shown in the open position (courtesy of Cutler-Hammer). shown in Fig. 4. The figure shows the breaker is free standing and with the front removed to show the insulators, linkages, and vacuum interrupters. The mechanism and controls are contained in the low part of the breaker. Overvoltage or overcurrent sensors, such as potential transformers or current transformers, provide information about the circuit, needed to decide when to trip breakers.

Different types of circuit breakers are shown in Figs. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Note that the circuit breaker housing configuration and construction depend on the current interrupting medium. As mentioned previously, Fig. , 600 V) molded-case circuit breaker (1). The high-voltage (5 kV to 38 kV) outdoor breakers and oil reclosers have three interrupters within one tank, as shown in Fig. 2, whereas very high voltage breakers may have three separate tanks, each containing an interrupter. For either style of breaker, the actuating mechanism is external to the breaker.

Then the current is interrupted, and the TRV appears 376 CIRCUIT BREAKERS Figure 8. 15 kV medium-voltage metal-clad vacuum circuit breaker. The breaker is withdrawn from the switchgear cabinet (courtesy of Cutler-Hammer). across the separated electrodes. These are usually classified as five-cycle breakers, that is, the current is interrupted five cycles after the breaker receives the trip signal from the relays. rapidly to the ‘‘arcing’’ electrodes by and into the arc chamber. The theory of current interruption is the same as that for the magnetic air breaker except that the arc voltage of the molded-case breaker is significant compared to the circuit voltage.

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