Many aspects of the electrical industry are all transitioning to a more digitized world which is now including the digital circuit breakers. Traditional mechanical circuit breakers have been around since the late 19th century when Thomas Edison first came up with the idea. Many homeowners are familiar with their circuit breakers when a fuse is blown and a person has to go looking in the dark for a switch to turn back on but, on a commercial aspect of the situation, it can be very dangerous, since commercial building’s electrical panels are slow enough that it still allows short circuits or arc flashes that can, in bad situations, even kill people. In January of this year, a company called Atom Power was the first to pass a test to bring digital circuit breakers to the market. In this article, the author further explains what makes a digital circuit breaker not only safer to utilize, but also can help eliminate other products that will be no longer needed. There is great potential in this new-found technology and surely Atom will not be the only company to continue research and development on these coming into the future.