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Are the Masterpact NW and NT shunt trip and shunt close coils continuous-duty rated?

Does the Masterpact NW shunt trip and shunt close have a coil clearing switch?

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Masterpact NT and NW breakers

Yes, the coils themselves are continuous duty rated and do not use a coil clearing switch. However in actual use, a maintained signal should not be used on the shunt close coil (XF). Any opening order will open the breaker so a standing close order is not necessary (see Anti-Pump Feature in the Masterpact catalog 0613CT0001). Instead, use a signal of at least 200ms on the shunt close coil (XF), then remove the signal.
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