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Provides ARC fault, parallel, ground, series, overload and short circuit protection. Required for bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. Plug in design with color-coded screws and dual function test button. 120/240 volt. 1" space per breaker. Provides ARC fault, parallel, ground, series, overload and short circuit protection. Required for bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. Plug in design with color-coded screws and dual function test button. 120/240 volt. 1" space per breaker. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. Required for all branch circuits that supply 125 volt, single-phase, 15 and 20 amp bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. UL Listed. 120/240 volt, 10,000 AIR. 1" breaker.
Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. Required for all branch circuits that supply 125 volt, single-phase, 15 and 20 amp bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. UL Listed. 120/240 volt, 10,000 AIR. 1" breaker. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. Required for receptacles in bedrooms effective January 1, 2002. UL listed and meets 1999 NEC Section 210-12. Protects against worn electrical insulation or damaged wire, misapplied or damaged plug in appliances and equipment, and loose electrical connections. 120 volt and ARC fault interrupter. 1" space per pole. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. Required for receptacles in bedrooms effective January 1, 2002. UL listed and meets 1999 NEC Section 210-12. Protects against worn electrical insulation or damaged wire, misapplied or damaged plug in appliances and equipment, and loose electrical connections. 120 volt and ARC fault interrupter. 1" space per pole.
Plug-in, combination type AFCI circuit breaker, complies with the requirements for both branch/feeder and outlet circuit AFCIs. Required on January 1, 2008 by 2005 NEC, combination type AFCI circuit breakers must be placed on bedroom power and lighting circuits. Protects downstream branch circuit wiring and cord sets and power-supply cords. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. UL listed. Protects against worn electrical insulation or damaged wire, misapplied or damaged plug in appliances and equipment, and loose electrical connections. 2 LEDs appear for 5 seconds each time the AFCI is turned on, up to 30 days after the last trip to indicate last known trip condition. One LED means arcing fault. Two LEDs means arcing fault to ground. 10kA interrupting rating. UL Listed, 120 volt AC. Wire range 14 - 8 AWG. 1" space, 120 volt. Plug-in, combination type AFCI circuit breaker, complies with the requirements for both branch/feeder and outlet circuit AFCIs. Required on January 1, 2008 by 2005 NEC, combination type AFCI circuit breakers must be placed on bedroom power and lighting circuits. Protects downstream branch circuit wiring and cord sets and power-supply cords. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. UL listed. Protects against worn electrical insulation or damaged wire, misapplied or damaged plug in appliances and equipment, and loose electrical connections. 2 LEDs appear for 5 seconds each time the AFCI is turned on, up to 30 days after the last trip to indicate last known trip condition. One LED means arcing fault. Two LEDs means arcing fault to ground. 10kA interrupting rating. UL Listed, 120 volt AC. Wire range 14 - 8 AWG. 1" space, 120 volt. Single-pole 1" combination AFCI circuit breaker is designed for arc-fault, overload and short-circuit protection of an electrical system. Designed to detect arcs that are caused by damaged, aged, or improperly used wires or cords and to disconnect the power. 10kA interrupting rating. Rated for 120 VAC. ANSI Certified and UL Listed. Carded.
Single-pole 1" combination AFCI circuit breaker is designed for arc-fault, overload and short-circuit protection of an electrical system. Designed to detect arcs that are caused by damaged, aged, or improperly used wires or cords and to disconnect the power. 10kA interrupting rating. Rated for 120 VAC. ANSI Certified and UL Listed. Carded. Provides ARC fault, parallel, ground, series, overload and short circuit protection. Required for bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. Plug in design with color-coded screws and dual function test button. 120/240 volt. 1" space per breaker. Provides ARC fault, parallel, ground, series, overload and short circuit protection. Required for bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. Plug in design with color-coded screws and dual function test button. 120/240 volt. 1" space per breaker.
Combination AFCI 3/4" single-pole circuit breaker, designed for overload and over-current protection of an electrical system. Thermal-magnetic tripping mechanism. Designed to detect arcs that are caused by damaged, aged or improperly used wires or cords and to disconnect the power. Visi-Trip indicator to identify which circuit is out in the load center. 10kA interrupting rating. Uses one space per breaker. 120 volt AC. UL Listed. Carded. Combination AFCI 3/4" single-pole circuit breaker, designed for overload and over-current protection of an electrical system. Thermal-magnetic tripping mechanism. Designed to detect arcs that are caused by damaged, aged or improperly used wires or cords and to disconnect the power. Visi-Trip indicator to identify which circuit is out in the load center. 10kA interrupting rating. Uses one space per breaker. 120 volt AC. UL Listed. Carded. Plug-on combination type arc fault circuit breakers, 10,000 amperes interrupting capacity. Combination type arc fault circuit interrupter includes all of the protection offered by the branch feeder AFCI (mitigation of parallel arcing faults in the complete circuit, including connected cords). In addition it provides direct detection of persistent low current arcing faults down to 5 amps with associated mitigation of fire hazards in the cords connected to the outlets. Parallel arcing faults can occur from line to neutral or line to ground. These arcing faults are in parallel with the load and produce the most energy of all arcing faults. The current level of low current arcing faults is limited by the load.
Plug-on combination type arc fault circuit breakers, 10,000 amperes interrupting capacity. Combination type arc fault circuit interrupter includes all of the protection offered by the branch feeder AFCI (mitigation of parallel arcing faults in the complete circuit, including connected cords). In addition it provides direct detection of persistent low current arcing faults down to 5 amps with associated mitigation of fire hazards in the cords connected to the outlets. Parallel arcing faults can occur from line to neutral or line to ground. These arcing faults are in parallel with the load and produce the most energy of all arcing faults. The current level of low current arcing faults is limited by the load. Provides ARC fault, overload and short circuit protection. Required for bedroom receptacles effective January 1, 2002. UL Listed. 120 volt, 10,000 AIR, 3/4" breaker. Plug-on combination type arc fault circuit breakers, 10,000 amperes interrupting capacity. Combination type arc fault circuit interrupter includes all of the protection offered by the branch feeder AFCI (mitigation of parallel arcing faults in the complete circuit, including connected cords). In addition it provides direct detection of persistent low current arcing faults down to 5 amps with associated mitigation of fire hazards in the cords connected to the outlets. Parallel arcing faults can occur from line to neutral or line to ground. These arcing faults are in parallel with the load and produce the most energy of all arcing faults. The current level of low current arcing faults is limited by the load.
Plug-on combination type arc fault circuit breakers, 10,000 amperes interrupting capacity. Combination type arc fault circuit interrupter includes all of the protection offered by the branch feeder AFCI (mitigation of parallel arcing faults in the complete circuit, including connected cords). In addition it provides direct detection of persistent low current arcing faults down to 5 amps with associated mitigation of fire hazards in the cords connected to the outlets. Parallel arcing faults can occur from line to neutral or line to ground. These arcing faults are in parallel with the load and produce the most energy of all arcing faults. The current level of low current arcing faults is limited by the load.
   
 
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