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Rent the Eaton Cutler Hammer 70C1056G52 from Protec Today

Eaton Cutler Hammer_70C1056G52Defective circuit breakers can lead to extensive damage, personnel injury, or make an outage more widespread when a fault occurs. They can also trip when they shouldn’t causing expensive downtime.

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There is no way to know if a circuit breaker will operate properly under fault or overload conditions unless it is tested.

The Eaton Cutler Hammer 70C1056G52 Functional Test Kit is a handheld battery powered testers capable of testing trip elements for the Digitrip family of Magnum power circuit breaker trip units. 

The Digitrip 520 family includes the Digitrip 220+, 520, 520i, 520M, 520Mi, 520MC and 520MCi. In addition they can test the Digitrip1150 family consisting of the Digitrip 1150, 1150i and Digitrip 1150V and 1150Vi by overlaying a nameplate on the tester. 

An Auxiliary Power Module is included to provide trip unit power to illuminate the trip units having display LEDs. 

The molded case Digitrip 310+ circuit breakers can also be tested with the Eaton Cutler Hammer 70C1056G52

Related electrical test equipment available for rent from Protec:

Eaton Cutler Hammer 70C1056 Functional Test Kit

Eaton Cutler Hammer 70C1056G54 Circuit Breaker Test Set

This electrical test equipment is available for rent, lease, or purchase from Protec Equipment Resources. We are here to help you with your testing equipment needs.

Wherever the job takes you (and the equipment), with Protec’s multiple locations, we always ship from the office closest to your desired drop location (if the electrical test equipment you need is in-stock at that location), and the equipment can be returned to the nearest office.

We always consider ALL shipping options in order to save you the most time and money.

Also, if you happen to be close to one of our many office locations, walk-ins are always welcome!

Rely on the Electrical Test Equipment Rental Experts, we are there when and where you need us.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published December, 2014 and has been updated freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness.