Model # TLM1620CCU

Internet #202978641

GE PowerMark Gold 200 Amp 16-Space 32-Circuit Indoor Main Lug Circuit Breaker Panel


PowerMark Gold 200 Amp 16-Space 32-Circuit Indoor Main Lug Circuit Breaker Panel

  • Indoor NEMA 1 enclosure
  • Main lugs are factory installed; convertible to main breaker
  • Use with equipment ground kit TGK32 (order separately)
$4193 /each
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Product Overview

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.

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Load center depth (in.)
Load center height (in.)
Load center width (in.)


Electrical Product Type
Load Center
Load Center Type
Main Lug
Maximum Amperage (amps)
Mounting type
Plug In
Number of Phases
Number of Spaces
Product Weight (lb.)
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

What kind of circuit breakers are compatible with this panel ?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi Tron, I reached out to GE technical folks on this one to make sure you received the correct answer. GE stated that this load center uses the THQL breakers. Hope that answered your question.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-11-07

Will this panel work for a Sub panel and will the 1/2 ich breaker also work in the panel? THQP?

Asked by: Dee

Grounding bar when using as a subpanel

I am using this for a subpanel and I ordered the grounding bar kit TGL2P which states it is compatible with powermark gold panels The instructions are to mount the grounding bar using existing holes, but there are no mounting holes with the correct spacing. Is this the right grounding bar for this panel?
Asked by: RL

can be used for a subpanel?

Im wondering if I can use this as a subpanel in my basement. I have quite a few circuits that are never one all at once, and I cant find the cove to the exixting oanel. Thanks
Asked by: sdh
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