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What does the S1 suffix mean on an SEF or SED breaker?

Issue:
What does the S1 suffix mean on an SEF or SED breaker?

Product Line:
SEF or SED Electronic Trip Insulated Case Circuit Breakers

Environment:
This applies to any SEF or SED breaker.

Cause:
The SEF and SED breakers are obsolete and need to find a replacement.

Resolution:
The S1 suffix on a SEF or SED breaker stands for 120Vac shunt trip. Currently the SEF and SED breakers along with all accessories are obsolete and no longer available. Services has a retrofit kit to use the NW Masterpact breaker as a replacement which fits in the same space as the SE breaker.


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