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ETA Circuit Breakers  Profile

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ETA Circuit Breakers  Company Overview

Founded in 1948 in Germany, E-T-A Circuit Breakers is the world's leading manufacturer of circuit breakers for OEM equipment and is the only resource for all circuit protection technologies: thermal, thermal-magnetic, magnetic, electronic, and high performance. E-T-A circuit breakers are available in more than 150 models and 350,000 different configurations. E-T-A is also a world-leading manufacturer of control and monitoring products, and solid-state remote power controllers (SSRPCs).

ETA Circuit Breakers  Products

The types of products manufactured by ETA Circuit Breakers include Thermal Circuit Breakers, Thermal-magnetic Circuit Breakers, Magnetic Circuit Breakers, Hydraulic-Magnetic Circuit Breakers, High performance Circuit Breakers, Thermal relays, Door Locking Systems, Electronic Circuit Breakers, Solid State Remote Power Controllers (SSRPCs), Flow Meters and Monitors, Level Sensors, Digital Panel Instruments, Velocity Sensors, Current Monitors and Protectors, Electronic Overcurrent Protection, and Solid State Remote Power Controllers.

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