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Model #CH250GFTCS

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CH 50 Amp 2-Pole Self Test Ground Fault Circuit Breaker

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Product Overview

Eaton's CH ground fault current interrupters (GFCIs) are 3/4 in. wide and provide superior safety over a standard electrical outlet in areas where electricity may come into contact with water. GFCIs are required in any application near water such as kitchen countertops, bathrooms, swimming pools, hot tubs, and outdoor receptacles. They immediately break the circuit when electrical current leakage is detected, reducing the risk of shock and electrocution. This circuit breaker periodically runs a self-test diagnostic and complies UL 943, Fourth Edition.

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Ratings
(3)
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(1)
(0)
Maximum Amperage (amps)50201570
Breaker TypeDouble PoleDouble PoleDouble PoleDouble Pole
Interruption TypeGFCIGFCIGFCIStandard Trip
Mounting TypePlug InPlug InBolt OnBolt On
Voltage (volts)120/240120/240120/240120/240
Pack Size1111
Power Distribution FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)1.611.073.26
Electrical Product TypeBreakerBreakerBreakerBreaker
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
7.25
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
6.75

Details

Breaker Type
Double Pole
Electrical Product Type
Breaker
Interruption Type
GFCI
Maximum Amperage (amps)
50
Mounting Type
Plug In
Number of Poles
2
Pack Size
1
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
120/240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty according to the Warranty Policy

Questions & Answers

3Questions7Answers

Is this a good replacement option for a CH250epd?

Asked by Wren October 2, 2019
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The CH250EPD is a 30 mA trip Ground Fault breaker for equipment protection and isn't suitable for use with a hot tub. This breaker is a 4-6 mA trip GFCI breaker and is suitable for a hot tub.

Is this breaker compatible with plug-on-neutral (PON) load centers? The PON load centers have a l...

Asked by Meglos May 30, 2019
3
Answers

No, this GFCI breaker will not fit a CH PON load center since it does not have the PON contacts.

Will this GFCI fit inside a Cutler Hammer Breaker panel? Need to replace a 50 amp GFCI in a Hot ...

Asked by rcmodelr August 6, 2017
2
Answers

Yes, this GFCI breaker fit in our CH load center without the Plug on Neutral.

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I needed this circuit breaker for a hot tub. ...
I needed this circuit breaker for a hot tub. The new breaker worked beautifully and fit my panel exactly. I should add that the Home Depot guy helped me order the breaker while I was in the store. Otherwise, I would have bought the wrong one. There are different manufacturers and they are of different sizes.
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Needed this for an outlet for a car charging station in the garage. Our city is now requiring GFC...
Needed this for an outlet for a car charging station in the garage. Our city is now requiring GFCI breakers per NEC 2017 624.54. Note: This breaker is almost 2" longer than the regular breaker so some rearrangement may be required in the panel.
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