What Is the Definition of AIC Rating?

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AIC stands for Ampere Interrupting Capacity. AIC Rating refers to the maximum fault or short circuit current that a circuit breaker can withstand and interrupt to be able to protect the circuit. If the current goes beyond this rating, the circuit and the switch gear will be damaged.
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