circuit interrupter meaning
A device in a circuit breaker to remove energy from an arc in order to extinguish it.
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- ground-fault circuit interrupters
- He also invented the ground-fault circuit interrupter or GFCI in 1961.
- AFCIs are different from ground fault circuit interrupters.
- If you're interested in arc fault circuit interrupters, contact an electrician.
- Power fault circuit interrupters are designed to prevent fires from low voltage across loads.