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Old 04-03-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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The new Combination Single and 2 Pole Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters are now shipping! To familiarize you with the new breakers, Eaton has put together a training video explaining all the new features of the new single and two pole AFCI’s. The new AFCI training video lasts just over 5 minutes and is followed by a 5 question quiz.
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The new Combination Single and 2 Pole Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters are now shipping! To familiarize you with the new breakers, Eaton has put together a training video explaining all the new features of the new single and two pole AFCI’s. The new AFCI training video lasts just over 5 minutes and is followed by a 5 question quiz.
Do you have a link to that?
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It was an e-mail. You might try looking here. https://www.eatoncertified.com/ I believe the quiz and info may be for ECCN members only. I was just passing along the double pole AFCI circuit breaker info - that it's available, you know.
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