I'm a little unfamiliar with circuit breaker specs and confused by this circuit breaker datasheet:
On the second page, it says that it takes more than 1000 seconds for the circuit breaker to trip at the rated current (100%).
So does that mean that a 30A fuse breaker will trip more than 16 min after a 30A current runs through it?
I understand that current spikes are usually pretty high over a short period of time, but my application is a solar panel that might accidentally produce too much current gradually (like the clouds slowly clearing) for my MPPT charge controller to handle.
Is there a better option I could use?
Edit: For those confused about why I would need a fuse on my MPPT, this is the source I used to understand the problem (but with fuses instead of circuit breakers): https://www.windynation.com/jzv/inf/how-properly-fuse-solar-pv-system