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Square D QO 60 Amp Not Fusible AC Disconnect Switch Does Not Provide Over Current Protection
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QO 60 Amp Not Fusible AC Disconnect Switch Does Not Provide Over Current Protection

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Will this work as a air compressor disconnect?

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August 31, 2016
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The missing information that would prompt this question is the HP rating. It is rated for 10 HP max so, in most cases, yes it would be a suitable disconnect for a compressor. The local AHJ would have the final say but I will be using it for that exact purpose on a true 5 HP compressor.
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January 5, 2016
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QO200TRCP is a 200 Ampere 2-pole molded case switch which provides a means of turning On or Off but does not provide circuit protection. Please confirm application with compressor manufacturer and with local authorities having jurisdiction.
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QO200TR Safety Disconnect

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I have just purchased this disconnect to replace a faulty one on my air conditioner, can I get a wiring diagram for this model, there was not one with the item.
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There should be 3 wires coming from the house; 1) a green or bare copper wire. 2) Two hot wires (black and red; or black and white with a red/black tape around it. There should be 3 wires coming in from the A/C whip. Connect the green wires or bare copper wires to the ground bar on the bottom of the box; secure these wires first. Connect the house wires to the two side terminals. Connect the two hot whip Read More
There should be 3 wires coming from the house; 1) a green or bare copper wire. 2) Two hot wires (black and red; or black and white with a red/black tape around it. There should be 3 wires coming in from the A/C whip. Connect the green wires or bare copper wires to the ground bar on the bottom of the box; secure these wires first. Connect the house wires to the two side terminals. Connect the two hot whip wires to the bottom of the switch. The polarity of the two hot wires is unimportant.
I strongly recommend that you hire a licensed electrician to perform this work. There are no schematics; this is a fundamental device. Read Less
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May 21, 2015
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Please see Drawing for QO200TR(CP) schematic: http://static.schneider-electric.us/docs/Electrical%20Distribution/Load%20Centers/QO%20Single%20Phase%20Load%20Centers/3031.pdf
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How is the Deadfront secured to the box, screwed or not, on the QO200TR?

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There is a screw inside the cover just under the switch.
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October 7, 2014
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Deadfront of QO200TR is secured by a screw.
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What gauge of wire will this switch accept?

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#6 Cu THHN. No room for a neutral splice.
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August 25, 2014
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The 'line side' terminal lug wire size of QO200TR is #14 to #4 AWG Al/Cu, the 'load side' terminal lug wire size is #14 to #6 AWG Al/Cu; the grounding terminal accepts #14 to #8 AWG Al/Cu. http://static.schneider-electric.us/docs/Electrical%20Distribution/Load%20Centers/QO%20Single%20Phase%20Load%20Centers/3031.pdf
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Disconnect Switch Replaced a similar switch that failed after about 10 years. This one was identical. A similar switch beside this one has not failed yet. October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hard seal and maintain accessability. I have used this device in three different application. Pros: It has a switchable disconnect that is easy to cycle and will not fall apart after 2 or 3 uses. Good value. Cons: Tight wiring clearances. It is hard to access the interior wiring if you seal the exterior surfaces. No top side wiring option. May 30, 2015
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