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GE 60 Amp GFI Spa Panel
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GE

60 Amp GFI Spa Panel

  • 60A 2-pole 240V GFCI Breaker included
  • Load Center is rated up to 125A
  • Unit has two additional 1" spaces for extra circuits, GE breakers
$8800 /each

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Product Overview

The GE 60 Amp GFI Spa Panel is a metal load center, intended for outdoor use with spas, hot tubs, water heaters and swimming pools. The GFI disconnect provides a convenient low-cost way to satisfy NEC requirements. The NEMA 3R design insures a safe, weather-tight installation for residential and light-commercial applications.

  • Load center for outdoor use with spas, hot tubs, water heaters and swimming pools
  • Metal, 10 in. x 7-1/2 in. x 4 in. box
  • GFI protection rating of 60 Amp
  • Cost-efficient way to satisfy NEC requirements
  • 240-Volt maximum
  • 240-Watt maximum
  • ANSI certified
  • UL listed
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Customer Questions & Answers

is there space to put a second 220 breaker line for a cloths dryer

Asked by: Anonymous
There is space for a second 220V breaker in this panel. What you feed with that breaker, and the amperage required, and the amperage fed to the panel, is up to you.
Answered by: Fred
Date published: 2015-09-17

Does this box come with the breaker

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, included with the box.
Answered by: pinchvalve
Date published: 2015-09-17

my hot tub requires 60amp 2 pole it is a 3 wire sys from the hot tub will this box work

Asked by: Anonymous
All hot tubs must be a four wire feed two hots one neutral and a full size insulated ground once outside the home.
Answered by: RollestonElectric
Date published: 2017-05-04

my hot tub calls for a 2 pole 20amp and a 2 pole 30 amp breaker.they need run seperately one for heater one for the pump how should i run it

Asked by: Anonymous
This is the same as my hot tub. I ran 50A from my house to the spa panel. Installed the two GFCI 20A and 30A breakers in the spa panel, and fed two circuits to the hot tub with individual wires. It was tight, but I fed everything thru 3/4" liquid-tight conduits and fittings. Use plenty of soap to ease the pull.
Answered by: Fred
Date published: 2015-09-20
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