Lesson series

Low Voltage Power Breakers

This training module is designed to familiarize the student whether beginner or expert with the key characteristics of Low Voltage Power Breakers.
This course qualifies for NETA 1.5 CTD credit, 1.5 CEU credit for the State of Pennsylvania and 1.5 CEU State of Delaware.
Course Length - 1.5 Hours
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What's included?

  • Course Outline
  • Why Power Circuit Breakers
  • Types of Power Breakers
  • Applications
  • Types of Mountings
  • Primary and Secondary Connections
  • Components
  • Electrically Vs. Manual Operation
  • Approvals
  • Accessories
  • Manufacturers, History and Models
  • Trip Units
  • Aftermarket Options
  • Selection Factors

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be qualified to:
• Understand the Features of Low Voltage Breakers
• Identify the components
• Identify the types of Power Breakers
• Recognize the Approval Authorities
• Read Various Breaker Control Schematics
• Know Manufacturers’ Models and History
• Understand Aftermarket Options
• Recognize the key selection factors


 You will also learn how every control circuit works by examining a dynamic power flow wiring diagram.

Course Lessons