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Model #TG3223

100 Amp 240-Volt Fusible Indoor General-Duty Safety Switch

  • Highly visible ON/OFF label and easy to grip red handle
  • Unobstructed gutter and self-leveling, 3-point mounting system
  • Integral cover interlock for added protection
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Product Overview

With a wide, unobstructed gutter and a removable interior, this GE 100 Amp 240-Volt Fusible Indoor General-Duty Safety Switch offers quick and easy wire pulling and lug connections. Designed for residential and light commercial applications where duty is not severe, this safety switch features a 3-point mounting pattern that simplifies installation and ganging in tight quarters.
  • Type-TG general-duty safety switch designed for residential and light commercial applications where duty is not severe
  • Type-1 enclosure offers a durable polyester-paint powder coating for indoor applications
  • Highly visible on/off label helps ensure safety and gives a clean, modern appearance
  • Bright red handle is easy to see and grip
  • Direct-drive, quick-make, quick-break mechanism snaps the contacts open and closed providing positive on/off indication while prolonging switch life
  • Wide, unobstructed gutter and removable interior make wire pulling and lug connections quick and easy
  • 3-point mounting pattern simplifies installation and ganging in close quarters
  • Plated stationary and movable contacts deliver reliability and long life
  • Accepts class "X" fuse type
  • Plated blades provide visible confirmation of contact position
  • 2-pole, 3 wire, 100 Amp, 240-Volt maximum
  • UL listed short-circuit rating of 10,000 RMS symmetrical Amp
  • CSA listed and ANSI certified






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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
9.9
Product Height (in.)
21.05
Product Width (in.)
10.55

Details

Automatic/Manual
Manual
Electrical Product Type
Disconnect
Features
Mountable,On/Off Switch,Overload Protection,Short Circuit Protection
Fused
Fused
Maximum Amperage (amps)
100
Maximum Wattage
0 W
Phase Type
1 Phase
Power Distribution Features
Fusible
Product Weight (lb.)
16
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

15Questions23Answers

would this be suitable to use with a on demand water heater 60 amp,instead of using a breaker?

Asked by mike December 18, 2019
2
Answers

In my opinion, I would lean toward a circuit breaker. Fuses are not cheap, and may be hard to find in your area. A breaker may be more expensive initially, but is better in the long run.

What GE ground bar is suitable for this switch?

Asked by AR December 9, 2019
4
Answers

There is a single ground lug available. Your circuit panel should have the ground bar. This is a disconnect, not a sub panel.

the depth in the description and the picture don't match what is the depth?

Asked by Nick April 8, 2019
1
Answer

Thank you for your question. The depth of the enclosure is 3.31”. From the back of the enclosure to the end of the handle is 6.25”.

Is there instructions on where to install each wire ? ( colors , numbers )

Asked by Kel June 3, 2017
0
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Can this work for 40amp fuses?

Asked by CC January 24, 2017
3
Answers

I think so. I used 50 amp fuses in mine.

does this box comes with fuses included and ready to install ?

Asked by hecki October 9, 2016
3
Answers

No

What is the hole mounting pattern

Asked by Gabe July 28, 2016
3
Answers

2 top, 1 bottom

What type of fuse do I use?

Asked by Toby November 30, 2015
1
Answer

I believe its a GE cartridge type Fuse Pt# 54225

will this work for a 3 phase system

Asked by Darin April 10, 2015
5
Answers

No

What is the model number of the 100 Amp 240 Volt UNFUSED Indoor General Duty Safety Switch?

Asked by Johnnny January 15, 2015
1
Answer

The model number is # TG3223.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 88% recommend this product
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Does not accept class J fuses as described.
Does not accept class J fuses as described. Will have to return this fused disconnect and order the right one
by mb
Perfect for my application.
Perfect for my application.
by Rick
Just what I ordered!...
Just what I ordered!
by Gordon
Easy to wire in....
Easy to wire in.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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by HomeDepotCustomer
This Safety Switch came on time. And was easy to...
This Safety Switch came on time. And was easy to install. Works Great! And Price was perfect, too.
by Kevin
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Item.as described...
Item.as described
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by Daryl
I bought this to replace an old one of same type I was having a problem with. Previous one appear...
I bought this to replace an old one of same type I was having a problem with. Previous one appeared to be blowing fuse due to excessive heat at top of fuse holder caused by high switch resistance. After replacement, worked OK for about a year, but after turning on and off a few times the middle fuse started blowing. Traced it to excessive heat due to high switch resistance (probably due to arcing and wear on switch contact material and lack of spring tension). Heat was obvious with IR camera. At 44 amps middle switch shows 290 degrees F!! It appears this switch cannot handle high continuous loads. Would probably work much better with a forked switch contact than a single sided blade. Do not buy for high load use!!!
by redeye
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