How To Wire Shunt Trip Breaker To Ansul System? Remove and install a shunt trip breaker for every electrical device under the hood. Run a low voltage wire from the 12v micro switch in the ansul system to the. #1 I need to install 2 50A 2 pole Cutler Hammer type BR shunt trip circuit breakers in a panel for a grill and a deep fryer under a Ansul protected hood. My question.
Shunt trip breaker is a special type of electrical breaker that is used in applications where remote shutdown of power is necessary. This is often used in industrial applications where an Ansul system is used for fire suppression. Wiring a shunt trip breaker to an Ansul system can be a complicated process, but with the correct knowledge, it can be done safely and correctly.
First, you will need to identify the wires that will be used for the shunt trip breaker. The Ansul system should have at least 2 sets of wires that will be used for the shunt trip breaker. One set will be used for the ground connection and the other for the power connection. You should also make sure that the ground connection is properly grounded and that all of the wires are securely connected.
Once the wires have been identified and connected, you will need to locate the circuit breaker that will be used for the shunt trip breaker. This circuit breaker should be rated for the power load that will be used with the Ansul system. Once the circuit breaker has been located, you will need to connect the wires to the circuit breaker.
After the circuit breaker is connected, the next step is to connect the shunt trip breaker to the Ansul system. The shunt trip breaker should be connected to the same terminal that the Ansul system is connected to. The shunt trip breaker should be connected so that the power from the Ansul system is sent to the circuit breaker. Once the shunt trip breaker is connected, the power from the Ansul system should be able to be shut off remotely.
Finally, you will need to connect the shunt trip breaker to the Ansul system. This can be done by using a jumper wire or by using a terminal block. Once the shunt trip breaker is connected to the Ansul system, you will need to test the system to make sure that it works correctly. If the system is not working correctly, you may need to consult with a professional electrician to ensure that the wiring is correct.
Wiring a shunt trip breaker to an Ansul system can be a complicated process, but following the steps above can help to ensure that it is done correctly and safely. It is important to remember to always consult with a professional electrician if you have any questions or concerns about the wiring of the shunt trip breaker to the Ansul system.
Shunt Trip Breaker Wiring
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