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Model UG412RMW260P

Internet #100567181

Store SKU #649042

60 Amp GFI Spa Panel

$72.45 /each
  • 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

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

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Upstate NY
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June 5, 2013
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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.
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Yes.
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Grove City PA
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September 1, 2011
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No, just the 60 amp included with it.
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Schaumburg, IL
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August 26, 2011
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Hello wmlieber, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
This panel has room for an additional four ½ size or 2 full size breakers.
See this link for more information:
http://www.geindustrial.com/publibrary/checkout/DET385?TNR=Application%20and%20Technical|DET385|generic
I hope this helps,
Newf.
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Does this box come with the breaker

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Yes, included with the box.
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April 30, 2013
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It came with one 60A double pole GFCI breaker. But, I removed that and inserted two GFCI breakers for my particular hot tub.
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Hi JJ,
This box does come with a breaker.
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my hot tub requires 60amp 2 pole it is a 3 wire sys from the hot tub will this box work

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April 21, 2016
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All hot tubs must be a four wire feed two hots one neutral and a full size insulated ground once outside the home.
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In short, YES. You will also need to run a 8 gage neutral (ground wire) from the hot tub all the way back to your house panel, house ground rod, or copper water pipe.
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April 24, 2012
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Greetings,
My name is Tom, also known as HD116 at Home Depot's How to Community. I am here today answering a few product questions and saw yours.
Yes, that is what this box is designed to do. I had one for my hot tub in a house I owned several years ago.
Thank you for your question and sorry for the delay in response.
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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

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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.
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If there is a common terminal strip in the tub panel it's self you probably can run a 60 ap feed to it using this box and #6 wire. Otherwise I would look at http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100168646/h_d2/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053
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Hello helpmyhottub, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Homedepot.com has a great project guide for hooking up a spa panel. See it here: http://bit.ly/njtP4Z
I hope this helps, Newf.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Will Not Work for Top Feed or Wires Smaller than #6 Watch out with this one. If you have bottom input and output and wire larger than #6 then you will have no problems. Note that most installations fall in this category. If you have top input or output or #8 wire, as many older spas have, then you are in trouble. The lugs on this unit take a minimum #6 wire. My existing #8 wire was too small. There is a hole for a top hub. I could not find this hub at Home Depot, Lowes or Electrical supply . The screw spacing on the hub hole is unusual. If you find a hub that fits then you have to use expensive reducing fittings to get down to 1" or 3/4" conduit. April 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Check that you have the parts and the nstructions not clear either I think everyone can relate to the work it takes to install one of these. Attach conduit, run the cable, cut it to length, connect from panel, test it out, then attach your Spa...and..and..where is the screw and harness to attach the neutral. No where to be found... Hmm.... I'd open the box to ensure all piece are intact. My box was completely sealed and gave me no reason to validate. August 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Defective Breaker Buyer Beware Installed disco panel and breaker for spa this weekend. The GFI breaker is defective out of the box. I was able to determine this was the case by using a non-GFI breaker to test the connection. New breaker at HD is $99 (more than the cost of panel). I discovered that this is a common occurrence according to the reviews posted on HD for the 50 amp GFI disco. I have contacted a GE Rep and now awaiting a response while I have a useless spa filled. Would really appreciate a rapid resolution. April 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor product GFCI bad. had to return just the GFCI. Price is decent. not all stores carry this July 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GFCI failed after a couple months Was easy to install and had the 60 amp GFCI I needed for my hot tub. Thought it was a good buy but the breaker went bad after a couple months of use. Should last a lot longer than that. March 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Fine Spa Panel This spa panel contains a GE GFCI breaker. The panel itself was made by Midwest. It looks and feels similar to the panel I was replacing made entirely by GE. Overall, a good value. December 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Installed a few years ago and has been working great This was easy to install, works well, and was affordable. So affordable I have to wonder how they do it. I can't even find a GFCI 60 amp double pole breaker replacement for less money. I was having an issue with random tripping happening on my hot tub and wanted to swap the breaker, but buying a brand new one of these is somehow cheaper. November 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect This was a perfect alternative to a more expensive option. December 10, 2014
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