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Midwest Electric Products

Model UG412RMW250P

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50 Amp 240-Volt 240-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic Spa Panel Disconnect with GFI

$69.24 /each
  • 50A 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 Midwest Electric 50 Amp 240-Volt 240-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic Spa Panel Disconnect with GFI allows you to disconnect power to your spa and meet NEC requirements. The disconnect is enclosed in a NEMA 3R weather-tight metallic case for outdoor use. The unit is for use with residential and light commercial applications.

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If we are not to connect the line neutral (white) to the ground bar, where is the neutral connected?

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July 12, 2016
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The load neutral (going out to your hot tub) connects to the breaker connection marked with a white dot. It's stacked right on top of the coiled white wire running from the breaker (which connects to the neutral bar).
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December 18, 2014
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The neutral is connected to the breaker with the middle terminal post screw. I know it looks like the screw is already in use by the pre-installed neutral grounding wire however in reality it is not. Look closely at the breaker and you will find the spot.
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September 7, 2014
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The White neutral wire going to the spa is connected to the breaker above the white wire which is connected to the neutral bar.
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June 9, 2014
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Please consult with your local electrician.
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September 7, 2013
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the wire from the gfi is the load wire and the white goes behind where the white dot on the gfi see slot for wire behind curly white wire ,I have seen a lot of them hooked up wrong and not giving the protection needed
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August 13, 2013
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Hello frustrated and thank you for your question.
I spoke to Technical Support and they told me that you will need to pull 4 lines (2 hot + 1 neutral + 1 ground) from your home to properly install the Midwest Electric Products 50 Amp 240-Volt 240-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic Spa Panel Disconnect with GFI. The lines will connect to the box and the box connects to the spa. The neutral connects to the neutral Read More
Hello frustrated and thank you for your question.
I spoke to Technical Support and they told me that you will need to pull 4 lines (2 hot + 1 neutral + 1 ground) from your home to properly install the Midwest Electric Products 50 Amp 240-Volt 240-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic Spa Panel Disconnect with GFI. The lines will connect to the box and the box connects to the spa. The neutral connects to the neutral bus and the ground connects to the box.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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DOES THE GE 50 amp 240-Volt 240-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic Spa Panel Disconnect with GFI COME WITH THE BREAKER ITSELF?

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December 18, 2014
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Yes
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June 9, 2014
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Yankee,
Yes it is included.
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May 28, 2013
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Yes.
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February 18, 2013
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Yes it does
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Atlanta, GA
May 17, 2011
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Hi Yankee - thank you for your question. Yes the 50 Amp GFCI breaker comes with the spa panel.
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is this a two pole breaker installed in this unit

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June 9, 2014
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Yes it is a 2 pole 50 Amp GFCI breaker. The part number is THQL2150GFP.
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May 28, 2013
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December 16, 2011
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Hi Cigman5,
Thank you for your question.
Yes ,it is a 2 pole 50A GFCI breaker.
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Why can I not get it to re-set after its test?

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June 9, 2014
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It may be faulty. Please provide an address we will send a replacement.
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September 7, 2013
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recheck the wire sounds like its hooked wrong or you have a gfi on the hot tub pack and needs to be removed
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Turn breaker off, then back on. If no reset, then there is a fault or breaker is defective.
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Make sure your Neutral( white wire) is not grounded
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ge GFI 50 amp don't buy GE products just like this one had to replace it and put in squre d brand July 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DOA Spent a bunch of time trying to figure out why the GFCI kept instantly tripping. I bought it for a used hot tub I picked up and thought there was something wrong with the hot tub. Nope. Broken from the factory. July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 50 amp midwest spa breaker box with GE GFI pure junk home depot should not be selling this product. breaker never would work.would have been a good deal if it wasn't junk. you get what you pay for. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value but be aware no rear knockout. In my experience this is a very good value, the breaker alone from my supply house was more expensive than this whole set up. However, there is no rear knock out in this box which was quite a surprise. There is room to create one and I really think they should it would be off center but something would be better than nothing. There is a top access point but that will require a hub and water tight connector to be used. I think a simple pictorial wiring pattern would be helpful or open prior to installing and familiarize yourself. There is a line diagram but I found it to be small print an less intuitive. Again, tho over all a good solution. May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JUNK!!!!!!!!!Can't find a hub unless special order and all reviews for both 50 and 60 amp disconnects say GFI breaker is defective Simply JUNK, can"t find a hub for it at HD or local supply house and all reviews say breaker is garbage" " just wait till someone gets killed cause GFI doesn"t trip then they will figure it out December 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works perfect for me I live in Florida and installed this with #8 stranded copper wire. Make sure you wind your copper end connections tightly w/o breaking/cutting ANY strands! All connections need to be TIGHTLY SECURED! Once these instructions are followed, you should have a flawless performance for less than half the price of a Square D box and 50 amp gfci..no brainer! I have used this for over a month no w/o any problem..it trips/resets perfectly. November 7, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Very Short Lived 60 amp GFCI breaker I do not see the Midwest 60 AMP GFCI Spa Panel on the web site but our local Home Depot carries it in stock and our spa requires the 60 amp. After being installed for 15 months, the breaker failed- which in return caused out spa to freeze- causing several hundred dollars worth of damage. We just purchased another one of this brand since it is the only one available without special order in our area. We are hoping to get more than 1 year out of this one but if not, we will let the spa sit unused until we can get another brand ordered. VERY DISSAPOINTED CUSTOMER on this. Hopefully our other electrical panels / breakers hold up... they are ALL GE....... May 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by defective breaker 50amp breaker defective right from the box, lost 3 hours on job to replace unit,GE, NEEDS better quality control December 8, 2015
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