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Model #UG412RMW260P

Store SKU #649042

  • 60A 2-pole 240V GFCI Breaker included
  • Load Center is rated up to 125A
  • Unit has two additional 1" spaces for extra circuits, GE breakers
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Product Overview

The GE 60 Amp GFI Spa Panel has a G90 galvanized steel construction for superior corrosion protection, intended for outdoor use with spas, hot tubs, water heaters and swimming pools. The GFI disconnect provides a convenient low-cost way to satisfy NEC requirements. The NEMA 3R design insures a safe, weather-tight installation for residential and light-commercial applications.
  • Load center for outdoor use with spas, hot tubs, water heaters and swimming pools
  • Fully assembled unit saves costly installation time
  • GFI protection rating of 60 Amp
  • Cost-efficient way to satisfy NEC requirements
  • 240-Volt maximum
  • 240-Watt maximum
  • ANSI certified
  • UL listed
  • Closure caps included, hubs ordered separately
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Specifications

Dimensions

Load center depth (in.)
4
Load center height (in.)
10.5
Load center width (in.)
7.75

Details

Electrical Product Type
Spa Panel
Load Center Mounting Type
Surface
Load Center Type
Main Lug
Maximum Amperage (amps)
125
Mounting Type
Plug-On
Number of Circuits
8
Number of Spaces
4
Phase Type
1 Phase
Product Weight (lb.)
8.15
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
240

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

39Questions31Answers

what is the brand of the gfi breaker included, and does it have a test button

Asked by GB August 13, 2020
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Yes, it has a test button. Perfect for our installation.

I’m upgrading a Midwest 50 AMP GFI panel to 60 AMPs. What are my options?

Asked by Kevin July 23, 2020
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You can just replace the breaker. Buying just the breaker alone is sometimes more expensive than buying the whole spa panel and discarding the enclosure. Just check current pricing. You can buy these spa panels in 50 or 60 amp.

I need to replace the breaker that came with this unit (~8 years old) however I cannot track down...

Asked by JB July 15, 2020
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Any GE THQL 2 pole GFCI breaker will fit. It may be cheaper to just buy the whole spa panel. Check current pricing.

How many and what size knockouts does this have

Asked by Mustang June 26, 2020
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There are 3 concentric knock outs on the bottom of the enclosure as well as a possible hub location on the top. the largest KO is a 1" I believe with the other 2 going up to 3/4

IS THERE A COMPATIBLE SEIMENS CIRCUIT BREAKER THAT WILL FIT IN THIS PANEL

Asked by dK April 23, 2020
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You may be able to fit a seimens breaker in this panel but it is a code violation because it is not listed for a seimens breaker.

Can this panel be fed from the top?

Asked by Randy March 13, 2020
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This panel can be fed from the top. Whenever feeding from the top in a NEMA 3 enclosure it is important to use a hub. Purchased separately. This will insure a water tight fit and maintain the UL listing.

what are the size and quantity of cutouts on the Bottom of this unit

Asked by thanks October 31, 2019
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There are 3 -1/2”, 2 - 3/4 “, 3-1”, 1-1-1/4”, 1-1/2” and 2” . This is all available knockouts however 3 of the 4 knock outs are concentric meaning they are combination. 2 go from 1/2” through 1”. 1 goes from 1” through 2”. The 4th is only 1/2”. Hope this helps.

60 amp gfci breaker keep tripping any one have pictures for right connection

Asked by tybo76 September 6, 2019
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On the load side wiring the red and black wire go to the right and left breaker screws. The load neutral, (white) goes to the center breaker screw. The most common mistake is terminating the load neutral to the neutral bar vs the breaker. This will cause it to trip.

Can all additional brakes rely on the gfi of the main breaker?

Asked by Jim May 16, 2019
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The included breaker will only protect the circuit that is connected to it. It WILL NOT protect any other circuits installed in the panel. You will need a separate GFCI breaker or feed into a GFCI receptacle and use the feed through wiring of the receptacle to protect that circuit.

I am putting in a pottery kiln for my wife in her she shed. The kiln draws 47 amps x125% which eq...

Asked by Jared December 21, 2018
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Jared.....in view of the latest information you posted, the kiln still should not need GFCI protection, but the receptacles might since the floor doesn't seem to me to be finished. It's really a judgement call on the part of the inspector. I think I would go ahead and GFCI protect the receptacles using a GFCI receptacle. Even if the inspector requires you to GFCI protect the kiln circuit, you do not need this separate panel, just install the GFCI breaker in the GE main service panel. That being said, the least expensive way to buy a GE 60A GFCI breaker is to buy either a GE or Midwest spa panel w/GFCI breaker, remove the breaker and throw the enclosure away. A breaker alone will cost more than either of the spa panels that come with the GFCI breaker. This all depends on the version of the NEC your town has adopted and the inspector makes the final call.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
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  • 70% recommend this product
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It was easy to install despite of poor wiring drawings
It was easy to install despite of poor wiring drawings
by CCL
Cheap wet location box to keep me in code and get power to my new spa. Would give it 5 stars' but...
Cheap wet location box to keep me in code and get power to my new spa. Would give it 5 stars' but had to order midwest wet location 1-1/2" hub to keep it in code. 6/3 uf w/g does not fit into the 1-1/4" connector home depot carries. And does not carry the 1-1/2 " hub. Its only available at a few locations online and have to wait another week to finish the job.
by jackb
Putting in a new hot tub and needed a disconnect box . This worked perfect as it included the gfi...
Putting in a new hot tub and needed a disconnect box . This worked perfect as it included the gfi breaker too.
by livestoride
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Enjoyed two additional breakers spaces which helped to consolidate spa and landscape lighting. D...
Enjoyed two additional breakers spaces which helped to consolidate spa and landscape lighting. During install main conduit feed had to connect to bottom of box verses leftside due bus bar location. Overall this box is a good solution. We had box for one week before installing on 3/18/19. Further benefit we installed a gfi outlet to right side of box.
by Rob
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by HomeDepotCustomer
I buy hundreds of these a year. What I like about them compared to other manufacturers spa panels...
I buy hundreds of these a year. What I like about them compared to other manufacturers spa panels, is they have the additional breaker spaces in them. This makes them very versatile. The only reason it is not a 5 star is due to a slight failure rate on the breakers. I would say less than 5% overall but still could be better.
by KC
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by HomeDepotCustomer
The breaker included does not work
The Breaker is faulty. Installed the entire box and then found that the breaker includes does not work
by Mat13
Plastic insert holding circuit breaker cracked easily...
Plastic insert holding circuit breaker cracked easily
by DANIEL
Great product for the cost. Well worth it...
Great product for the cost. Well worth it
by JEFFREY
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