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Model #TNA60R1CP

Store SKU #1000015522

60 Amp Non Automatic AC Disconnect

  • Air Conditioner Disconnect in Outdoor NEMA 3R Steel enclosure
  • Multiple rear, bottom and side knockouts
  • Non-fusible
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Product Overview

GE's 60 Amp AC Disconnect is used to cut off the power when servicing an Air Conditioning unit. Non-Automatic Disconnect.

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TypeAir ConditionerAir ConditionerAir ConditionerAir Conditioner
Maximum Wattage00 W2407.5 kW
NEMA ConfigurationNEMA 3RNEMA 3RNEMA 3RNEMA 3R
Voltage (volts)240240120/240240
Maximum Amperage (amps)60606060
Power Distribution FeaturesFusibleNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Electrical Product TypeDisconnectDisconnectDisconnectDisconnect
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
7.5
Product Width (in.)
4.75

Details

Electrical Product Type
Disconnect
Fuse Type
Non-Fusible
Fused
Non-Fused
Maximum Amperage (amps)
60
Maximum Wattage
0 W
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 3R
Phase Type
1 Phase
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
2.491
Returnable
90-Day
Type
Air Conditioner
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

4Questions4Answers

This is labeleded as a “non automatic” disconnect. Are other models considered automatic? If so, what is the difference between them?

Asked by Cw November 25, 2020
1
Answer

Thank you for your question. The non-automatic disconnect is an off/off switch and does not have any "automatic" circuit protection like a circuit breaker would. It's purpose is to serve as a point of disconnect at an appliance, such as an air conditioner unit, for the protection of service person during maintenance. Other similar models include pull out handle style (TFN60RCP) and fusible pull out handle disconnects (TF60RCP and TF30RCP).

Can this support a 50 gal. tank with 2 elements, marked wattage 4500 each, total 4500

Asked by Jay May 24, 2019
1
Answer

Yes, the water heater requires a 30 amp breaker for protection. This is a 60 amp disconnect switch and it does not provide breaker protection. Also both elements do operate at the same timeout your heater.

How to concert a 120 leg

Asked by Hector September 25, 2018
1
Answer

Hector, the disconnect is used mainly to switch 220v loads. To connect a 120v load you simply just use two, of the four lugs inside. When you open the front cover you will see four connection points. Stamped on the plastic dividers from left to right, are the words LINE-LOAD _ LOAD-LINE. Connect your 120v source (hot wire) to the LINE, and your load(what your running power too) to the lug marked Load, and that's it. You can use the left two lugs , or the right two lugs, doesn't matter. DO NOT use two LINES, or two LOADS, if you do nothing will happen. Don't forget to turn power off before connecting this, or any switch. Shocks can kill, so be safe. Hope this helps

When will the GE 60 Amp Non automatic AC disconnect be available on line? Modle#TNA60R1CP internet # 100162120.

Asked by DandyDon April 6, 2012
1
Answer

Hello Valued Customer, Thanks for your question and interest in this item. Model TNA60R1CP, Internet # 100162120 is currently in stock and available for online purchase today. Most orders ship within 3 business days. Please allow an additional 3-5 business days for Standard Ground Delivery in the U.S. Orders for this item may be expedited for an additional fee. Other Delivery Options: Expedited Delivery: Delivery the second business day. Express Delivery: Delivery the next business day. If you have any additional questions or need assistance placing an online order, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376. Thanks!

Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 11 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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If you have used the push in/ pull out type disconnect, and experienced the usual misalignment is...
If you have used the push in/ pull out type disconnect, and experienced the usual misalignment issues, this is the one you want. The simple switch design is worth the couple dollars more you will pay. No fumbling in the dark , or looking for the blade you removed. Open the cover, flip the switch, and your disconnected. As with any disconnect, you still need to verify the power is off with a meter, or test light. You use one of these, you'll never buy any other type residential disconnect. Simple, safe, easy to install, and best of all, easy on your wallet.
by Mac
1 person found this helpful
As advertised. Delivered fast. Recommendation for manufacturer: On / Off...
As advertised. Delivered fast. Recommendation for manufacturer: On / Off is too hard to see. Add “On” / “Off” color to switch for visibility, e.g., green for On and red for Off.
by HomeDepotCustomer
I started buying it because of the on off switch......
I started buying it because of the on off switch... it’s easier to deal with rather than the pull out switch..
by Cowboy
It’s worth the extra $4.00 for a sliding switch vs...
It’s worth the extra $4.00 for a sliding switch vs a pull out switch. It beats short cycling the compressor sometimes when trying to push pull out in and not connecting it properly. The cover comes off easy to mount the disconnect box. Time will tell if the switch holds up.
by Parachuter
Plenty of Knock-outs. Makes it more versatile. ...
Plenty of Knock-outs. Makes it more versatile.
by Wes
Worked as expected. ...
Worked as expected.
by Todd1978
This was easy to install and solved my problem.
This was easy to install and solved my problem.
by KIlroy
4 Star Review
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by HomeDepotCustomer
easy install and great where the circuit is already protected by a circuit breaker.
easy install and great where the circuit is already protected by a circuit breaker.
by John
Failed out of box.
My initially installed 60 amp AC disconnect ("other vendor") had been giving trouble for some time. I would have to 'exercise' switch to re-establish connection. I purchased the GE TNA60R1CP disconnect to have on hand "just in case". Naturally "just in case" came when the infamous snow locked down Atlanta for about three days. Given where the installer had installed previous switch, it took me close to a day to replace switch with the GE switch. All power on. No voltage to AC. Check of line in = 230 volts. Load out = 0. I tried 'exercising switch'...no contact. To have heat I had no alternative but to connect the Line-Load wires together with split bolt connectors.
by Robo
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