Model # CH250SUR

Internet #205476011

Eaton Type CH 50 Amp Double-Pole Surge Breaker


Type CH 50 Amp Double-Pole Surge Breaker

  • Protects electronics from damaging effects of electrical surges
  • Combined surge protection and circuit protection
  • Provides flexibility and space savings in the loadcenter
$11400 /each

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Product Overview

The CH surge breaker is designed to provide complete home surge protection for sensitive electronics and appliances from the damaging effects of surges. In addition to surge protection, the CH surge breaker is a functional 2-pole thermal magnetic breaker providing protection for overloads and short circuits. The combination of circuit protection and surge protection provides flexibility and space savings in the load center.

  • Eaton’s CH surge breaker occupies two 3/4 in. spaces
  • Plug-in style
  • Direct connection to the bus bar provides superior protection and easy installation for new construction or renovation
  • LEDs provide protection status
  • Eliminates the potential for incorrect installation of externally mounted surge devices - (longer “lead” lengths can reduce protection levels)
  • 36kA surge current capacity rating
  • Amperage Rating: 50A
  • For use in Type CH load centers only
  • Exclusive “Trip to OFF” and simple 1-step breaker reset feature eliminates the need to turn the breaker off before turning to the ON position
  • Complete home surge protection for all circuits plus a functional 2-pole thermal magnetic breaker
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Customer Questions & Answers

Should the neutral coil be shortened or left intact?

Asked by: Jerry

Is it type 1 model? This can connect after KWH meter? What is the difference between CH type and BR type.Rsponse time?

Asked by: Robin
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