Model # TGN3322R

Internet #202978638

Store SKU #731397

GE 60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fuse Outdoor General-Duty Safety Switch
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GE

60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fuse Outdoor General-Duty Safety Switch

  • Highly visible ON/OFF label and easy to grip red handle
  • Unobstructed gutter and self-leveling, 3-point mounting system
  • Integral cover interlock for added protection
$9682 /each

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Intended for residential and light commercial applications, this GE 60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fuse Outdoor General-Duty Safety Switch offers a wide, unobstructed gutter and a removable interior that allows for quick and easy wire pulling and lug connections. The 3-point mounting pattern helps simplify installation and ganging in close quarters. CSA listed and ANSI certified.

  • General-duty safety switch designed for residential and light commercial applications
  • Type-3R galvanized steel enclosure offers superior rust protection in outdoor applications
  • Highly visible on/off label helps ensure safety and gives a clean, modern appearance
  • Bright red handle is easy to see and grip
  • Direct-drive, quick-make, quick-break mechanism snaps the contacts open and closed providing positive on/off indication while prolonging switch life
  • Wide, unobstructed gutter and removable interior make wire pulling and lug connections quick and easy
  • 3-point mounting pattern simplifies installation and ganging in close quarters
  • Plated stationary and movable contacts deliver reliability and long life
  • Plated blades provide visible confirmation of contact position
  • Single-phase, 2-pole, 60 Amp, 240-Volt maximum



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The details say 2-pole, but is listing it as a TGN3322R which is a 3-pole disconnect. Which is it?

Asked by: mike
This is 2-pole.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-11-07
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