Sure, They "auto reset" after they cool down so you don't have to replace them if they "pop". Depending on the brand and specifications, some reset in 1-2 seconds, some reset in 10 seconds and some reset in 30+ seconds. The various "reset times" are engineered into the specific circuit breaker to allow the "protected circuit" to have time to "do its thing" before power is reapplied.
In an RV slide or landing gear situation, I really don't think it makes much difference which "delay time" you select. It will only impact how long you wait before you can push the switch again and get motion. In an SUV, I'd suggest replacing with the same part number breaker. There may be an impact on how the protected circuit reacts if power is applied too soon after being interrupted. Also, in automobiles, most lighting systems are protected by "instant reset" breakers (instead of fuses) so you don't wind up with no lights on a dark night at 70 MPH......
2015 F250 6.7l 4x4
2014 Cougar X Lite 27RKS