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Model CH250GFCS

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50-Amp Double Pole Type CH GFCI Breaker

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The Eaton 50-Amp Double-Pole Type CH GFCI Breaker helps prevent electrical shocks from ground faults. This breaker is especially useful for covering multiple outlets around potentially wet areas, such as kitchen countertops, bathrooms, swimming pools, hot tubs and outside a house. This breaker has both UL and CSA listing as well as being ANSI certified.

  • Helps prevent electrical shock from ground faults
  • Useful in potentially wet areas, such as bathrooms, kitchens, swimming pools, hot tubs and outdoor receptacles
  • 120/240-Volt
  • UL and CSA listed and ANSI certified
  • Requires 2 spaces
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Does this fit a csr2200n panel?

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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great at 1/10 the price This was a "like for like" replacement, so there is not too much to say about the product, except that it is priced at 10X the cost of the comparable non-GFCI model. Something is wrong with this picture....! It seems to work fine when compared to the previous unit that died after 7 years. April 30, 2011
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