Residential Circuit Breakers
The Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI); Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) and Main Circuit Breakers constitute GE residential breakers. Residential electrical fires occur around 70,000 times a year. Most can be attributed to arc faults that can exceed temperatures of 10,000° F and easily ignite combustible materials in the home. AFCIs protect your home by detecting dangerous arcs and safely de-energizing the circuit.
They are UL Listed, Class A (.005 ampere ground fault trip level) Interrupters available from 15-30 Amps 1 Pole, 15-50A 2 Pole & voltage: 120 and 240 volt ratings.
- 1"or 1/2" breaker sizes available
- Copper to copper connections, with corrosion-resisting tin plated stabs
- Every breaker exceeds UL, NEMA, ANSI, CSA requirements
- 65° C/75° C Conductor Rating
- Quick make/Quick break box type terminals
- Handle trips to center position, giving a clear indication of a tripped breaker
- Multi pole circuit breakers incorporate internal common trip