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

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

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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Product Information

Internet # 202276201

Model # TFN60RGFRCP

Store SKU # 190455

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 8.50 in, W 6.75 in, D 6 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

6 in

Product Height (in.)

8.50 in

Product Width (in.)

6.75 in

Details

Electrical Product Type

Disconnect

Fuse Type

Non-Fusible

Fused

Non-Fused

Indoor/Outdoor

Outdoor

Maximum Amperage (A)

60

Maximum Wattage (W)

14400 W

NEMA Configuration

NEMA 3R

Phase Type

1 Phase

Power Distribution Features

No Additional Features

Product Weight (lb.)

4.45 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Type

Air Conditioner

Voltage (V)

240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

ANSI Certified, CSA Listed, UL Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

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caret
Q:Can this be used for a well pump? I need to replace my standard disconnect with something that has an outlet for a plug in heater
by|Dec 19, 2022
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caret
Q:i need an outdoor 60A outlet. They say any outdoor outlets must be GFCI. So, do I have to have this model to meet code or just a regular 60A outlet with weather proof protection will do?
by|Apr 27, 2022
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A:  Not true. Things like RV outlets do not have to be GFCI protected.

by|Nov 29, 2022

    A:  Unit is rated 60A with pull-out DISCONNECT, for HVAC or other hard-wired equipment. Outlet is wired separately, rated 15A or 20A MAX, depending on feed circuit. Code requires a 120V GFCI outlet where box is more than 25ft from nearest outlet.

    by|May 18, 2023
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      A:  All outside outlets should be GFCI

      by|Jun 28, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:Can this be used for an exterior installed water heater in florida?
        by|Apr 28, 2019
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        A:  It is rated for 250 volts / 60 amps. So as long as your heater is under those - yes it can.

        by|Nov 9, 2022
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          A:  Thank you for your question. Yes it is rated for outdoor use N3R enclosure.

          by|Nov 9, 2022
            1 found this answer helpful
            caret
            Q:Is the GFCI outlet pre-wired to feed of the 240v breaker?
            by|Jun 26, 2017
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            A:  No. It requires a separate circuit. The 240 V service will consist of two hot wires and one ground, and will be sized to match the circuit breaker for the air conditioner. The GFCI must be connected to a 120 V circuit (one hot and a neutral) of either 15 A or 20 A capacity. You will need to run 5 wires to this box, fed from two different circuit breakers: 2 hot wires from your AC circuit breaker (25 to 60 A, depending on your AC unit), one ground wire of the same size as those two hot wires, one hot wire (typically 12 or 14 gauge) run from a 120 V 20 A or 15 A circuit breaker, and one neutral wire of the same size as this hot wire. The ground wire can be shared between the two circuits.

            by|Oct 17, 2023
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            A:  No. Code requires the outlet to be on a separate circuit.

            by|Aug 23, 2023
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              A:  We used ours for a disconnect my workshop shed. We wired the disconnect to the main panel using #6-3 Wire w/Ground and the GFCI wired to the same wiring using #12 house wire... Wired to the GFCI Neutral to the disconnect neutral (white), the GFCI 110 (also called 120) to the disconnect Hot (black or red) and the GFCI ground to the disconnect copper ground wire. There is no need to wire a separate circuit for the GFCI since it is designed internally to be tripped at 15 or 20 Amps.

              by|Jan 25, 2024
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                Customer Reviews

                3.3 out of 5

                • 3.3 out of 68 reviews
                • 45% recommend this product
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                Perfect for WELL equipment!
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                It’s quite a bit larger than a regular disconnect. Ended up returning it for a plain disconnect. It is a good idea, but you do need to run additional wiring from the panel for the 110 Volt.
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                Very quick turn around, thank you!...
                Very quick turn around, thank you!
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                Terrible for the price.
                Poorly constructed. The termination block is not secured in the housing. So if you happen to tip it upside down to take out the knock outs, the terminal block falls out and the individual lugs go everywhere. The lugs themselves are also very cheap and flimsy. Honestly i will be surprised if i don't end up with call backs on this. At the time of purchase this was about 60 dollars which is way to much for this kind of construction. I could have gotten a plain disconnect from Eaton and a separate box, gfci and cover for cheaper and it would have been better quality.
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                110vac convenience outlet at condenser disconnect
                As a service tech, it’s really nice to have a 110vac outlet at the condensing unit, instead of having to use a pigtail or run an extension cord
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