MIL-PRF-55629

MIL-PRF-55629

CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
Circuit Breakers, Magnetic, Unsealed or Panel Seal, Trip-Free, General Specification for
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL, TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

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Publication Date: 03/31/2016 - Complete Document

Document Type : Complete Document

Page Count : 32

Publication Date : 03/31/2016

Revision : E

Status : Current

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

Publication Date: 03/31/2016 - Amendment

Document Type : Amendment

Language : English

Page Count : 1

Publication Date : 03/31/2016

Revision : E

Status : Current

Title : Circuit Breakers, Magnetic, Unsealed or Panel Seal, Trip-Free, General Specification for

Publication Date: 06/10/2011 - Base Document

Description :

Circuit breakers covered by specification sheet 1 through sheet 12 and sheet 20 through sheet 22 are intended primarily for use in the protection of electronic circuits, and should be used where moderate but unprolonged starting overloads may be expected and where the optional speed of response provided can be matched to the characteristics of the equipment to be protected. These circuit breakers are military unique in that they must operate satisfactorily under the following demanding conditions: Endurance testing of 10,000 mechanically performed make and break operations, 6,000 of them while energized to 100% of rated current, and they must meet stringent salt atmosphere (corrosion) testing. These circuit breakers should not be used in circuits, such as primary power circuits of electric systems, whose rupture current potential is greater than the interrupting capacity of the breaker, unless the circuit is properly protected by other means. Circuit breakers covered by specification sheet 13 through sheet 19 are physically larger than the other breakers covered by this specification; however, they offer higher current ratings and interrupt capacities, and may be used in primary power circuits providing their interrupting capacity is not exceeded. Many of the specification sheets now include high-inrush features that provide tolerance for short duration of high inrush or transient currents without decreasing steady-state protection.

Document Type : Base Document

Language : English

Page Count : 31

Publication Date : 06/10/2011

Revision : E

Status : Current

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

Publication Date: 01/08/2008 - Complete Document Supplement 1

Document Type : Complete Document

Page Count : 33

Publication Date : 01/08/2008

Revision : D

Status : Historical

Supplement : 1

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

Publication Date: 01/08/2008 - Amendment Supplement 1

Document Type : Amendment

Page Count : 2

Publication Date : 01/08/2008

Revision : D

Status : Historical

Supplement : 1

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

Publication Date: 02/08/2008 - Base Document

Description :

Circuit breakers covered by specification sheet 1 through sheet 12 and sheet 20 through sheet 22 are intended primarily for use in the protection of electronic circuits, and should be used where moderate but unprolonged starting overloads may be expected and where the optional speed of response provided can be matched to the characteristics of the equipment to be protected. These circuit breakers are military unique in that they must operate satisfactorily under the following demanding conditions: Endurance testing of 10,000 mechanically performed make and break operations, 6,000 of them while energized to 100% of rated current, and they must meet stringent salt atmosphere (corrosion) testing. These circuit breakers should not be used in circuits, such as primary power circuits of electric systems, whose rupture current potential is greater than the interrupting capacity of the breaker, unless the circuit is properly protected by other means. Circuit breakers covered by specification sheet 13 through sheet 19 are physically larger than the other breakers covered by this specification; however, they offer higher current ratings and interrupt capacities, and may be used in primary power circuits providing their interrupting capacity is not exceeded. Many of the specification sheets now include highinrush features that provide tolerance for short duration of high inrush or transient currents without decreasing steady-state protection.

Document Type : Base Document

Language : English

Page Count : 2

Publication Date : 02/08/2008

Revision : D

Status : Historical

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL,TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR

Publication Date: 10/09/1997 - Complete Document

Document Type : Complete Document

Language : English

Page Count : 2

Publication Date : 10/09/1997

Revision : C

Status : Historical

Title : CIRCUIT BREAKERS, MAGNETIC, UNSEALED OR PANEL SEAL, TRIP-FREE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR