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What is the difference between a relay and a circuit breaker?

The Relay and the Circuit breaker are not the same device. Relays have low power input voltage. An automatic on load device is called the Circuit breaker. The Relay is used to control many circuits while the Circuit Breaker is used to control a single circuit.

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