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INTERRUPTING RATING: the highest current at rated voltage that a
circuit breaker is intended to interrupt under standard test conditions. When
the circuit breaker can be used at more than one voltage, the interruption
rating for each level is labelled on the circuit breaker. The interruption rating
of a circuit breaker must be equal to or greater than the available shortcircuit
current at the point at which the circuit breaker is applied on the

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