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What are the differences between the 3 modes of Reflex iC60 integrated control circuit breakers.

Mode 1 allows locally controlled (by Y1 and Y2) and centrally controlled (by Y3) opening and closing.
 
Mode 2 can inhibit local impulse control.
 
Mode 3 allows the operator to choose (with a selector switch located on the front panel of the electrical switchboard) between local control and centralized control.
 
Mode 1: Locally or centrally controlled opening/closing of the Reflex iC60. The opening/closing orders come from various
control points, and they are taken into account in their order of arrival.
 
Y1: Latched local control
Y2: Impulse local control.
Y3: Latched centralized control.
 
Mode 2: Opening/closing of the Reflex iC60: possible inhibition of the impulse local control. Y1 is used to inhibit Y2.
 
Y1: Latched local opening control for inhibition of Y2
Y2: Impulse local opening/closing control
Y3: Latched centralized opening/closing control
 
Mode 3: Opening/closing of the Reflex iC60: possible inhibition of the latched centralized control. Y1 is used to inhibit Y3.
 
Y1: Latched local control for inhibition of Y3
Y2: Impulse local opening/closing control
Y3: Latched centralized opening/closing control
 
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