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Eaton 50 Amp Double-Pole Type BR and BQC Quad Breaker
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Eaton

50 Amp Double-Pole Type BR and BQC Quad Breaker

$19.86 /each

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Circuit breakers protect the wires in your home from overheating (referred to as an overload) and fault currents (referred to as short circuits). The Eaton Cutler-Hammer Quadplex or Quad type Circuit Breaker is designed to create (4) circuits in (2) spaces. This allows for 240-Volt circuits. The BQC style breaker has a common trip as well as a rejection tab feature. These breakers are designed for use in BR type load centers and should be installed only in panel positions that have notched bus stabs that accommodate the rejection clip. Also, BQC circuit breakers are UL approved genuine replacement breakers for load centers made by Westinghouse, Challenger, and Bryant.

  • Primary function of a circuit breaker is to protect the wire from overheating (overload) and fault currents (short circuit)
  • Amperage - (2) 2 pole 50 Amp
  • Number of poles - 4
  • Trip type - common
  • For use in type BR load centers
  • Interrupt rating - 10 kAIC
  • Voltage rating is 120/240V
  • Wire size - #14-4 AWG Cu/Al at 60°C or 75°C
  • Carry listing for HACR applications
  • Breaker has a rejection tab feature
  • 50/50 Amp
  • 10 year warranty
  • Learn More About Circuit Breakers Here in our Buying Guide.

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I'm looking to replace a breaker that looks very similar to this, except the breaker says it is a...

I'm looking to replace a breaker that looks very similar to this, except the breaker says it is a 4 pole unit. I'm not sure what the difference would be between the double pole and a 4 pole unit with 2 sets of breakers for separate circuits.
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