Model # BR115AFCS

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Eaton 15 Amp Single Pole Type BR Breaker Fireguard AFCI
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Eaton

15 Amp Single Pole Type BR Breaker Fireguard AFCI

$34.89 /each

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Eaton's Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCIs) use advanced electronic technology to reduce fire hazards in electrical circuits, including connected cords. They meet the requirements of the UL Standard for Safety, UL 1699 for devices that reduce the effects of persistent arcing faults that may pose a risk of fire under certain conditions. The Eaton 15 Amp Single-Pole Type BR AFCI Circuit Breaker trips to the off position and is rated for a maximum load of 240-Volt.

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After hitting test button I cannot get switch to stay is operating position

Asked by: Roger1
Many things may cause this. Start by turning breaker to the off position from the (center) tripped position. Now try to simply re-set the breaker. moving it back to the on position. if their is any hesitation in the breaker from the center to the on position the breaker is still detecting a fault. Remove all corded items plugged into outlets and try again. If continues check all wiring. confirm no major kinks crimps or shorts for the AFCi detects current leakage between N/H , H/G , GH , H,N if anything is leaking such as LED clocks , florescent ballasts etc. replace them. if problem continues remove the breaker and confirm all wiring is secure. removing the breaker will also completely re-set the breaker. Then confirm Coiled wire is going to the neutral and the neutral is tied to the breaker. Continued problem contact Eaton and replace breaker.
Answered by: Hunter
Date published: 2017-02-16

AFCI in Challenger Power Panel

Will the Eaton AFCI Model # BR115AFCS work in a vintage 1994 Challenger SB20(20-40)CT power panel?
Asked by: Puzzled
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15 Amp Single Pole Type BR Breaker Fireguard AFCI is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Obsolete. National Electric Code now requires "Combination Type" Arc Fault protection. Previous editions of the NEC allowed use of this type of Arc Fault breaker. Currently, arc fault circuit breakers are required to detect both parallel and series arc faults, hence the "combination type" must be used.
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed Received product as needed! Would buy online again!
Date published: 2014-06-04
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