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MidNite Solar Remote Trip Circuit Breakers

Posted by Roy Butler, MidNite Solar on

MidNite Solar's Remote Trip (RT) circuit breakers require a voltage pulse of approximately 1/10th of a second. Much longer than that time and the coil will burn out. When purchasing an RT breaker, MidNite Solar recommends that you also purchase the:

MidNite Solar MNBDM Rapid Shutdown System

MidNite Solar MNBIRDHOUSE Emergency Disconnect Switch in Gray or Red

These 3 components work together to provide remote trip with visual and audible trip verification.

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