Model # HOM120CAFIC

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Square D Homeline 20 Amp Single-Pole CAFCI Circuit Breaker

Square D

Homeline 20 Amp Single-Pole CAFCI Circuit Breaker

  • Time Saver Diagnostics, advanced trip indication technology
  • Meets code for NEC requirements for Combination Arc Fault
  • Patented Digital Technology
$37.97 /each

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Product Overview

The Square D by Schneider Electric Homeline 20 Amp One-Pole Combination Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupting (CAFCI) Circuit Breaker is for use to help protect your wires from arcing faults and is intended for overload and short-circuits protection of your electrical system. Now standard in all Square D brand CAFCI circuit breakers, Time-Saver Diagnostics provide advanced trip indication technology, helping identify the type of fault that has occurred faster. Time-Saver Diagnostics helps take away the guess work and provides diagnostic assistance by identifying the type of fault that last occurred. It saves money by reducing troubleshooting time, simple to use, accurate and reliable. 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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Customer Questions & Answers

does a Square D circuit breaker fit into a Murray breaker panel?

Asked by: Ken
It may fit, but shoudn't be used. Square D circuit breakers are only UL Listed for use in Square D panels. To do so would be creating a code violation any good inspector will spot right away.
Answered by: TomB2
Date published: 2016-04-26

Number of Arc breakers required?

How many of these arc breakers are required, for a typical breaker box?
Asked by: SHAH
The answer to youor question depends on what version of the NEC you are under and how many circuits are in the panel that are required to be AFCI protected. Each home is different.
Answered by: TomB2
Date published: 2016-04-26

is the homeline 20 amp arc fault breaker a 30 milliamp interupting rating

Asked by: purchaser
The HOM120CAFI combination arc fault circuit interrupter protects branch circuits, and all downstream receptacles and cord sets, against both high-energy parallel arcing and low-energy series arcing in excess of 5 amps.
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-04-26
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Customer Reviews

Homeline 20 Amp Single-Pole CAFCI Circuit Breaker is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from only new construction wiring !!! only new construction wiring needs to be arcfault protected in the bedrooms ( all electrical openings outlet, switch, light box, smoke detector ) and soon to be all rooms either AFCI or GFCI,not existing wiring. if you still want that you need to find and seperate shared Wht Neutral wires and bring a new wht to the Y location
Date published: 2012-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Now Required in Kitchens Code changes have expanded this to be required in other areas besides the bedroom, in existing construction. Ask your electrician. If installed, and tripping occurs, then arcs, or a ground touching a neutral wire, will be the issue. Exploratory circuit division (at a mid point, etc.) is required to track down the fault.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Arc Fault Breaker After a pal helped me install a new load center, I saw in the NEC that bedrooms needed AF breakers. I bought three - opened one. The guy we bought the house from was an electrical hack . . . the quality of his work was awful the breaker wd not work in a bedroom. To be able to use them, I'd have to re-wire three bedrooms and I can't afford it. Though I did not use it, I installed it (as a trial) on work I had done in my basement and it worked like a charm. And HD took back the opened unit !!! Make sure to read follow the install instructions - order is important
Date published: 2011-11-29
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