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What is the coil burden with shunt trip suffixes -1027-1042, -1048, -1021, -1046, —1037, -1026, -1040, -1039, -1027, -1028, -1038, -1029, -1030, or -G?

Issue:  
What is the coil burden with shunt trip suffixes -1027-1042, -1048, -1021, -1046, -1037, -1026, -1040, -1039, -1027, -1028, -1038, -1029, -1030, or -G?

Product line:  
QO, QOB, EDB, EGB, EJB, FA, FH, FC, FI, KA, KH, KC, KI, LA, LH, LC, LX, LXI, LE, MA, MH, ME, MX, NA, NH, NC, NE, NX, PA, PH, PC, PE, PX.

Environment:  
Products sold in the North America

Cause:  
Need specification of shunt characteristics

Resolution:  
Note, specifications depend on circuit breaker type and frame size.  See below tables.

QO and QOB


See QO/QOB Catalog:  0730CT9801

Legacy Thermal Magnetic Breakers




See Legacy MCCB Thermal Mag Catalog:  0601CT9101

Legacy Electronic Trip

See Legacy MCCB Electronic Trip Catalog:  0602CT9201
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