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#84762 - 05/01/03 07:37 PM Using a 120/240V rated M.C.C.B in a 208Y/120 power system  
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According to NEC 240-85, could a three-pole, 120/240V rated circuit breaker be used as main protection or feeder in a three phase 208Y/120 volts power system?


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#84763 - 05/01/03 07:55 PM Re: Using a 120/240V rated M.C.C.B in a 208Y/120 power system  
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Yes. The described 208Y/120V application seems to adequately addressed in the second paragraph.




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