Electrical Breaker and dust collector question

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Leon wrote: ...

It has a time delay.
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Yeah, about a second or two. I was wondering how they implement it.
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Leon wrote:

starts so does the timer. When the first motor is up to speed the count down reaches zero and fires the second motor start.
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It seem the OP's switch should have had this feature to start with.
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Breakers are designed with different trip curves depending on the application.
Breakers designed for resistive loads will trip sooner than one designed to handle motor inrush current. Each manufacturer typically has three or four motor curves.
Find a local electrical supply and get a breaker rated for HVAC service.

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