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What is the difference between 2 pole and 3 pole breaker?

The single phase is 120V while the 2-pole line-to-line voltage is 120V. Four pole circuit breakers interrupt 3 phases plus the neutral phase, but they are less important than a single pole circuit breaker. Two phases are interrupted by a 2-pole breaker.

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