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GE PowerMark Gold 125 Amp 12-Space 24-Circuit Indoor Main Lug Value Kit Includes Select Circuit Breaker


PowerMark Gold 125 Amp 12-Space 24-Circuit Indoor Main Lug Value Kit Includes Select Circuit Breaker

  • Indoor NEMA 1 enclosure
  • Main lugs are factory installed; convertible to main breaker
  • Includes equipment ground kit and four 20 Amp breakers
$3875 /each

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Product Overview

This value kit includes 4 20 Amp Single-Pole THQL 1 in. Circuit Breakers. The load center includes a sturdy tin-plated copper buss bar and a galvanized box for increased durability and reliability. The one-piece interior removes and re-installs easily. Indoor NEMA 1 enclosure with combination surface/flush front. This load center is UL listed and ANSI Certified.

  • Use as a main lug load center or convert to a main breaker
  • Galvanized box for rust resistance with a self-adjusting dead-front cover
  • Copper buss for increased conduction
  • Full-length neutral bars for faster and easier wiring
  • 100% split neutral holes on each side are rated for #14-4 wire
  • Top or bottom feed
  • 240 VAC and 22,000 AIC rating
  • Compatible with standard GFCI, AFCI and GE circuit breakers
  • ANSI certified and CSA and UL listed
  • Can be used for surface or flush installations
  • Includes 4 THQL-1120 single-pole 20 Amp circuit breakers
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updating fuse box to breakers

were updating our old fuse box to breaker box currently theres 2 30 amp fuses a 15amp and a 25amp totaling 100 amps what should i use for the project?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hey Bloodwhite, changing out your old fuse box to a breaker panel is a great idea! I do recommend that you consider having a licensed electrician do this job for you. There are a wide variety of service types, conductor types, grounding electrode system requirements, structural mounting requirements, NEC and local code requirements and more. Depending on your state, a homeowner may not be allowed to wire a main service panel, or metered main service panel. An electrician will be able to determine which panel you should purchase depending on your homes unique requirements. -BlakeTheDiyGuy on our How-To Community
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-12-19
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