Model # MBT48B200BTS

Internet #100572021

Store SKU #100548

Eaton 200 Amp 4-Space 8-Circuit EUSERC BR Type Main Breaker Meter Breaker Trailer Panel


200 Amp 4-Space 8-Circuit EUSERC BR Type Main Breaker Meter Breaker Trailer Panel

  • Commercial grade main breaker
  • Tin plated Aluminum bus
  • Steel backpan for reliable breaker mounting
$131.25 /each

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Product Overview

Eaton's residential meter breakers are service entrance equipment systems that consist of a single meter socket and load center or a meter socket and main breaker combined in one enclosure. This unit is commonly referred to as a trailer panel. The meter breakers are constructed to meet the latest NEC wire bending space requirements. The MBT48B200BTS is a 200 amp, 4 space, 8 circuit outdoor panel.

  • Type BR NON-EUSERC residential meter breaker
  • Amperage rating: 200A
  • Bus material: aluminum
  • Rated NEMA 3R for outdoor use
  • Feed type: overhead/underground
  • Interrupt rating: 22 kAIC
  • Main circuit breaker: CSR2200
  • Mounting: surface mounting
  • Number of spaces: 4
  • Number of circuits: 8
  • Number of jaws: 4-jaws
  • Number of sockets: 1
  • Phase: single-phase
  • Security: ringless
  • Voltage rating: 120/240V
  • Used with: type BR breakers
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Customer Questions & Answers

how do i go about hooking up the 100 amp outside breaker?

Asked by: kskimble
Your BR-type 100A breaker is presumably 240-220V (two pole), with large enough lugs to accept a good size wire. Figure out what the largest wire (smallest gauge) that will fit in your 100A breaker. It will be much cheaper in Aluminum than Copper (70%?, metal prices are fluctuating), especially for a long run (more than 100 ft). You will need an anti-corrosive gel/paste to paint the ends of the Aluminum wire so it will not "corrode" in ( a so-called "dissimilar metal bus", which might actually be non-dissimilar Aluminum?) lugs, by NEC code. I actually bought this panel, made them get it down from the upper shelf, and open it (with a screwdriver) to determine it has "feed through lugs" -- so actually, you can connect some really big wire (4/0) to these lugs and just use the 200A main breaker. The general rule is to have few breaker spaces when "feed through lugs" are available so that the main breaker is not "often" exceeded when connecting to a downstream interior panel of identical amperage rating. Not a safety issue, just means the main breaker is more likely to pop if you are drawing 200A downstream and running too many thing off the panel itself, like HVAC and maybe a well pump. Nonetheless, "popping breaker inconvenience" has been incorporated into the NEC.
Answered by: Toby
Date published: 2017-03-01

Does this panel have feed through lugs?

Does this panel have feed through lugs?
Asked by: Toby

Does this have horn bypass?

Asked by: Aaron
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Customer Reviews

200 Amp 4-Space 8-Circuit EUSERC BR Type Main Breaker Meter Breaker Trailer Panel is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poorly designed critical component When hooking up the 04 power cables to run from the meter base to the breaker box, and while tightening up the set screw to a tightness needed the slot that the set screw screws into bent and the threads stripped. This part is not sold separately. In addition, I had to partially disassemble the meter base to even slide off the bent and stripped part. The problem here is that the part which bent appears to not be made of thick enough material. One will not find this out until the meter box is mounted and it is time to hook up and tighten up the cable. By this time it's a huge problem to take the whole box down which requires that the riser pipe be unattached along with the conduit that goes from the meter box through the wall to the load center or breaker box. Dissembling the box to take the part out for replacement is really not as disappointing as not being able to find the part itself. Without the ability to tighten the set screw down to hold the 04 cable, one can not get power to the home. In other words, and even though I'm ready to have the house switched over to its new 200A service, I can not have it switched if the cables can't be properly attached. If I can not find the part I need, the only other option I know of is to buy another whole unit. Over a $100 item which only needs a $2 poorly designed critical part.
Date published: 2010-12-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Meter Base Ameren Missouri does not accept this type meter base. Have to have a lever bypass
Date published: 2015-01-08
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