Model # HOM215CP

Internet #202353317

Store SKU #516142

Square D Homeline 15 Amp Two-Pole Circuit Breaker
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Square D

Homeline 15 Amp Two-Pole Circuit Breaker

$9.34 /each

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The Square D by Schneider Electric Homeline 15 Amp Two-Pole Circuit Breaker is used for overload and short-circuit protection of your electrical system. This breaker is compatible with Homeline load centers and CSED devices.  The ANSI-certified and UL-listed unit is rated for 120/240 VAC and 10,000 AIR. Homeline circuit breakers are built with the same Square D brand quality you have come to expect at a price that makes them the best value in their class. Homeline circuit breakers are the best in class. Designed exclusively for the residential market, Homeline products offer everything you need to distribute electricity throughout your home.

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I'm reconfiguring my table saw to run on 240V and the directions suggest a 2P-15 time delay circu...

I'm reconfiguring my table saw to run on 240V and the directions suggest a 2P-15 time delay circuit breaker. Is this breaker a good option or is there a better option available?
Asked by: GV
Hello, The HOM215 circuit breaker is inverse time trip. Inverse time tripping is a characteristic of circuit breakers in which the breaker trips in more time with lower overcurrents, and less time with higher overcurrents. For the US, Article 100 of the National Electric Code defines it as follows: "Inverse Time (as applied to circuit breakers). A qualifying term indicating that there is purposely introduced a delay in the tripping action of the circuit breaker, which delay decreases as the magnitude of the current increases." Regards, Customer Care Center
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2017-03-21

Can I run two separate circuits from this for garage outlets . Or it better to use two single pole breakers

Asked by: Byron
For separate circuits, separate circuit breakers are recommended.
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-01-15
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