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Siemens General Duty 60-Amp 240-Volt Double-Pole Outdoor Non-Fusible Safety Switch
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General Duty 60-Amp 240-Volt Double-Pole Outdoor Non-Fusible Safety Switch

$52.97 /each

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General Duty Safety Switches are intended for applications where reliable performance and continuity of service are needed, but where duty requirements are not severe and usual service conditions prevail. These switches are intended for use primarily with supply circuits rated 240V AC or less where the available fault current is less than 100,000A when used with Class R or T fuses or 10,000A max when used with Class H fuses.

  • 240V, single phase, 2 wire, non-fusible safety switch
  • Quick-make, quick-break operating mechanism that ensures positive operation
  • Generous wiring gutters that meet or exceed NEC wire-bending space requirements
  • Visible blade, double-break switch action
  • Highly visible on/off indication
  • Single cover interlock
  • Side-hinged door that opens 180˚For easier wiring
  • Unique enclosure design that adds rigidity and strength, its rolled edge prevents cuts and scrapes to conductors and to installer's hands
  • NEMA type 3R: enclosure is intended for outdoor use primarily to provide a˚ of protection against falling rain and sleet and must remain undamaged by the formation or ice on the enclosure; they are not intended to provide protection against conditions such as dust, internal condensation, or internal icing

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is this suitable for the swimming pool safety emergency shut off

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June 20, 2016
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Hi Jas,
I would recommend that you consult a professional electrician, they will be able to look at your install and make sure that you get the switch that you need to protect your pool and keep everyone safe.
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Can this switch be used to connect to the load center of the main service panel

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The load center is on a 125A Main Service panel but it is protected by a 30A fuse.
One side of the switch will to a solar array which produces 10A at 240AC
The other side of the switch would go to the load center on the main service panel, protected by a 30A fuse.
The main service panel is Schnedier Homeline SC2040M125PF

Thank you in advance!
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March 1, 2016
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Hi solarowner,
This switch is suitable for circuits of not more than 10,000 A, 240V max when it's protected by a 60 amp max fuse or circuit breaker. If the load center is rated more than 10,000 A then you could get a GF321R which is rated for up to 100,000 KA when it is protected by a 30 amp max class R fuse.
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Is this a load-break disconnect?

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January 7, 2016
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Hi Exranger06,
Yes, this would be a load break disconnect. Manually turning the switch off would open the circuit and cut off current.
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Can this switch be used as a transfer switch for my generator?

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I have 200 amp main service coming from the meter to the main outdoor panel. I have a generator with a 50 amp breaker for the 240 volt outlet. Can I put this Safety Switch between the meter and the main outdoor panel and use it as a disconnect switch when I hook up my generator?
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This switch is rated 60 amp but your service is 200 amp. You may not install this switch between the meter and main breaker panel.
You may consider installing a interlock kit on your existing main breaker panel. An example would be the Siemens ECSBPK03 or ECSBPK08
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for the job Fairly easy to install. Was just what I needed and it works perfectly! March 19, 2012
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