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Model #TFN60RGFRCP

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60 Amp 240-Volt Non-Fuse AC Disconnect with GFCI Receptacle

  • UL listed and ANSI certified
  • Use to disconnect power from an air conditioning unit
  • For outdoor use
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Product Overview

This 60 Amp 240-Volt 14,400-Watt Non-Fuse Metallic AC Disconnect with GFCI Receptacle allows you to safely stop the flow of power to your air conditioner to ensure secure working conditions during maintenance and repair.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
8.50
Product Width (in.)
6.75

Details

Electrical Product Type
Disconnect
Fuse Type
Non-Fusible
Fused
Non-Fused
Maximum Amperage (amps)
60
Maximum Wattage
14400 W
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 3R
Phase Type
1 Phase
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
4.45
Returnable
180-Day
Type
Air Conditioner
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

11Questions29Answers

Can this be used for an exterior installed water heater in florida?

Asked by Waterheater April 28, 2019
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It is rated for 250 volts / 60 amps. So as long as your heater is under those - yes it can.

Is the GFCI outlet pre-wired to feed of the 240v breaker?

Asked by Scottie June 26, 2017
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No. Code requires the outlet to be on a separate circuit.

Can this be used for a 115v ac unit

Asked by David April 17, 2017
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If your AC requires no more than 15 AMP, You can tell the GFCI is 15 Amp because the wide prong hole is not "T" shaped. 20 Amp outlets will have that one T shaped.

What's the max amperage for the GFCI outlet?

Asked by Mike October 23, 2016
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15 AMP, you can tell because the wide prong hole is not "T" shaped. 20 AMP outlets will have that one T shaped.

Could this unit be used as a diconnect for a hot tub? It is already on a 50 amp breaker from the sub-panel, I just wanted a disconnect at the spa.

Asked by RTmojo57 June 16, 2016
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You can use this for a hot tub--with the code changes in the 2017 NEC, I think it'll be cheaper to use this in conjunction with a GFI breaker in the panel. This will allow you to run romex wiring to the disconnect. If you use a hot tub disconnect, you will need to run MC wire or run pvc and THHN wiring to it. What I'm waiting to find out is if this will satisfy the requirement for the Code required receptacle for the hot tub (you need one 6'-10' from inner wall of hot tub). If it does, then it's an even bigger savings. If not, you can use a cheaper disconnect without the GFI.

Is this device useable as pool pump (240vac) disconnect and required gfci receptacle for use in FL?

Asked by gothge August 4, 2014
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Probably not. The pool pump requires a GFCI circuit breaker for the 240 V circuit. This unit does not include a GFCI for the 240 V service - only for the 120 V service.

is the black pull out fuse repaceable

Asked by ivadel January 7, 2014
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The pull-out device is not a fuse. It is simply a connector block. If you install it in one orientation, the connections are made. If you install it upside-down from that orientation, the connections are not made.

Is the GFCI tamper resistant and weather resistant?

Asked by mikemike May 28, 2013
3
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Only if you keep the cover closed and locked...

240 or 110

Asked by billy2b May 13, 2012
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The AC disconnect is intended for a 240 V service. The GFCI is an auxiliary device, and will be 120 V. They are two separate circuits, in one box.

Is the receptical a 240v outlet or 115v ?

Asked by confused April 13, 2012
2
Answers

120 volt.

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At first I thought this would be the thing I...
At first I thought this would be the thing I needed, because it had e GFI receptacle. But none of the internal pieces have anything to fasten them to the box. So they only rely on friction to hold them in position, a very poor design. The pieces are free to fall out of place and go wherever they happen to move.
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Great way to meet electrical code requirements. Everything is in one spot.
Great way to meet electrical code requirements. Everything is in one spot.
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Fell apart as soon as opened...
Fell apart as soon as opened
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Haven’t installed yet, but price was ok...
Haven’t installed yet, but price was ok
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Product just about falls apart out of the box and...
Product just about falls apart out of the box and other pieces of equipment like this one work better than this GE product
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When installing the disconnect the pull out section falls out...
When installing the disconnect the pull out section falls out and apart. We have to screw it in so it doesn't fall. The disconnects without the receptacle are secured on both sides.
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The unit is poorly constructed. The interior shut-off mechanism...
The unit is poorly constructed. The interior shut-off mechanism was cheaply made and continually fell apart during installation. The knock-outs did not punch out cleanly and left sections of metal that had to be cut out with pliers and filed smooth so the connector would fit in the hole.
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This is the 3rd time I bought this disconnect and...
This is the 3rd time I bought this disconnect and every time the guts falls out of the enclosure when you are trying to remove a knock out. The front cover doesn't stay up, so you need wedge a screwdriver in between the enclosure and cover so you can wire it. No wonder why GE is sinking! JUNK!
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