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How does a circuit breaker detect a fault?

When a fault is detected, the circuit breaker contacts must open to interrupt the circuit, and this can be accomplished using a spring or compressed air to separate the contacts. Is that correct? An arcs is generated when a high current or voltage is interrupted.

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