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Q-Line 20 Amp 1-1/4 in. Single Pole Arc Fault Combination Circuit Breaker

$37.97 /each

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The GE Q-Line 20 Amp 1-1/4 in. Single-Pole Arc Fault Combination Circuit Breaker detects arc faults in both parallel and series wiring. The circuit breaker has a dedicated calibration screw which is cemented to prevent shifting. The attached screw creates a stable calibration for optimum performance. The unit has a tin-plated copper stab to create a reliable, permanent and corrosion-resistant connection. The breaker case is made of heat-resistant thermoset for stability and structural integrity.

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Can I connect a manual generator transfer switch to these circuits?

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I have a new home and almost all the light circuits as well as the bedroom and living room outlets have these breakers. I have the Reliance manual transfer switch for my emergency generator. Can I connect these circuits the same way as the normal circuits? Or do I have to change out the breakers for standard breakers on the circuits I want to put on the transfer switch?
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I strongly recommend you employ a qualified Electrician to verify this installation meets all required codes for your area. Also, get the work permitted and inspected by the local building department authority. The circuits with the ARC fault breakers on them are that way as required by the National Electrical Code. If all wiring is done properly and to the NEC, there should be no problem with the ARC Read More
I strongly recommend you employ a qualified Electrician to verify this installation meets all required codes for your area. Also, get the work permitted and inspected by the local building department authority. The circuits with the ARC fault breakers on them are that way as required by the National Electrical Code. If all wiring is done properly and to the NEC, there should be no problem with the ARC fault circuits. Read Less
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Hi Dean,
Arc faults are connected by the neutral bar on the circuit panel.
With that said, it won't make any difference between using AFCI breakers vs. regular ones in regards to a transfer switch.
As long as the transfer switch is installed properly, then you can connect these fine.
Additionally, if you have any further questions or concerns, I would suggest to consult with a generator installer Read More
Hi Dean,
Arc faults are connected by the neutral bar on the circuit panel.
With that said, it won't make any difference between using AFCI breakers vs. regular ones in regards to a transfer switch.
As long as the transfer switch is installed properly, then you can connect these fine.
Additionally, if you have any further questions or concerns, I would suggest to consult with a generator installer and/or a local licensed electrician.
Joseph Read Less
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Will this breaker fit a GE Power Mark Gold 100amp 20space 20circuit panel.

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This product is advertised as 1 1/.4;, but the spec sheet says it's 1" wide.
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Yes, These are standard size GE breakers designed to fit in a 1" space (or full size space) in the GE Panels
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Price on these Breakers These GE Breakers are just as I expected. The nice thing is they are Cheaper than the GE electric Supply house. December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by trips all the time 20A trash Every time use vacuum and hair dryer it trips all the time. not recommend for those cheap breaker September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by touchy but worth it these are code for bedrooms & from what heard from an electrician they are now NEC code for all circuits they are ten times the price of normal ge breaker so ask before you buy them these are very easy to install good because i'm not a pro electrician but i do like to do things right i have got some very good advise from the master electricians at home depot these guys are pros ask them they will know what you need as for being touchy i had a lamp with a bad 3way bulb & it tripped the breaker just like it should have it took a couple of times to figure out the bulb so be safe February 19, 2010
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by trips every time we use the vacuum cleaner We had these installed in every bedroom due to code when we remodeled our house. Now my expensive vacuum cleaner trips the breaker every time its used on any of the arc fault circuits. Which is every room with carpet. So now every trim corner is damaged from rubbing from electrical chords and extension chords in order to clean the bedrooms. I will be replacing them all with regular breakers. Either the building code or the technology needs to change. Good idea, bad execution. June 25, 2011
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