An example:Maybe you could give an example of the type of breaker and what the Mfg. is calling "style numbers."
Thanks (all). That's what I was told by an Eaton sales engineer too and my post was an effort to back-up his statements. Not that I doubt him at all - just the opposite. I've got a client swearing that I need to collect style data along w/ other OCPD data in preparation for an arc flash study. While I'm not trying to go out of my way to prove/disprove the client, when you've got as many breakers to ID as I do on this project, collecting style data adds a very fair percentage of work relating to the OCPD.The style number can be used to identify every nut, bolt, etc... that was used to assemble that breaker.