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Model #HOM2175SB

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Homeline 22.5 kA 2-Pole SurgeBreaker Surge Protective Device

  • 22.5 kA surge current capacity for HOM electrical panels
  • 3 year/$10,000 connected equipment warranty
  • Requires 2 spaces in Square D HOM electrical panels
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Product Overview

HOM2175SB requires 2 spaces in any Square D HOM load center

Installation flexibility

HOM2175SB Requires 2 spaces in any Square D HOM load center

Surge protective device provides protection against surges that come from inside or outside the home.

Stay protected 24/7

Damaging power surges happen regularly. These surges can shorten the life or even destroy electronics or appliances.

3 year, $10,000 connected equipment coverage warranty provided by Square D.

Peace of mind from the Square D brand you can trust

3 year, $10,000 connected equipment coverage warranty provided by Square D.

This tells you the power surge amp this unit can handle, the higher the better.

22.5 kA surge current capacity - 22,500 amp protection

This Surge Protective Device can handle 22,500 amp electric current capacity

Whole House surge protection compatible with Square D Homeline Load Centers

Whole house surge protection

Protect your electronics & appliances against electrical surges

Keeps your home protected from all surge sources, all the time

80% of power surges are internally generated

Protects against surges that are either externally generated (from weather or utilities) or internally generated from devices inside the home.

Visual confirmation the Surge Protection Device (SPD) is actively protecting your home

LED Indicator lights

Visual confirmation the Surge Protective Device (SPD) is actively protecting your home

Fits inside your existing load center, same size as a 2-pole breaker.

Compact Design

Fits inside your existing Square D HOM load center, same size as a 2-pole breaker.

Protect your home without breaking the bank

Affordable

Protect your home without breaking the bank

Square D Quality Performance

Square D Quality Performance

Internal components named MOVs act like magnets and protect against excess voltage/ amps.

Square D provides dedicated support anytime, anywhere.

24/7 product support

Square D provides dedicated support anytime, anywhere.

Ready to install right out of the box, no assembly required

Ready to install

No product assembly required. Just plug in & terminate neutral wire.

Know that your home is protected and NEC 2020 Code compliant.

NEC 2020 compliant

Know that your home is protected and NEC 2020 Code compliant.

The Homeline Surge breaker Surge Protective Device is designed as a quick plug-on unit is compatible with Square D Homeline load centers and CSED devices. The SPD requires 2 pole spaces. This unit has 22,500 Amp Maximum Surge Capacity and has a 150 VAC line-to-ground maximum providing protection from electrical surges.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.6
Product Height (in.)
3.7
Product Width (in.)
2.0

Details

Connection type
Breaker
Electrical Product Type
Whole House Surge Protectors
Joules
930.0
Maximum Amperage (amps)
22500
Product Weight (lb.)
.64
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Square D warrants its Homeline Surge Breaker to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal care and proper usage in a residential installation, for three years.

Questions & Answers

26Questions58Answers

Is it imperative that the surge breaker be installed directly next to the panels main 200a breake...

Asked by TT February 18, 2019
3
Answers

You should install the SurgeBreaker with the shortest possible leads to the main panel and close to the line feeds as possible to get the best possible protection

What plug in for 2-Pole SurgeBreaker Surge fits in in a GE service box?

Asked by charles February 5, 2019
4
Answers

Use a GE surge device.

Will this fit my square d main panel series M04?

Asked by 209man April 5, 2018
6
Answers

It will fit as long as your CSED device will accept Homeline breakers. If the CSED device accepts QO series breakers use the similar QO surge device.

Others have asked, but I'm still not clear. If this surge protector gets hit with a surge, do I n...

Asked by Roberto January 30, 2018
9
Answers

You only replace this unit if the green LED light goes out.

Will this SquareD surge protector (HOM2175SB) fit a Reliance panel? The Reliance panel (TTV2006C...

Asked by Roberto January 16, 2018
6
Answers

If the Reliance panel has Homeline breakers listed as acceptable for use than this device will work for you.

does this device consume any power? How many watts?

Asked by Chris July 31, 2017
6
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It uses only milliamps. Not significant.

Will the surgebreaker protect a newly installed 5 ton trane central ac system including the air h...

Asked by Tony July 23, 2017
7
Answers

Yes, this unit will protect your new ac system and air handler as well as other appliances with electronics in your home as long as you have a Square D Homeline panel.

What happens when it fails, and there is no green LED light? I had asked this same question earl...

Asked by SebastianUSA April 6, 2017
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If the green LED light goes out, replace the device. It will not affect normal operation of the other breakers.

What happens when it fails, and there is no green light? Will the power go off, or only the prot...

Asked by SebastianUSA April 4, 2017
6
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Replace it.

It says that if it works fine, it will show a green indicator light; if no light, replace it. My ...

Asked by SebastianUSA April 4, 2017
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walk outside and look at it

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
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Like the clean look and how it fits in the panel. It looks like it belongs there! I also like how...
Like the clean look and how it fits in the panel. It looks like it belongs there! I also like how the copper wire seems to be a solid number 10 at least.
by Suarezjd
3 people found this helpful
Looks great
Had a electrcian install this and it looks great. Only time will tell if it works, but id rather be safe than sorry.
by ERIC
2 people found this helpful
Peace of mind delivered from Square D. Yes, this another great product from square D, which give...
Peace of mind delivered from Square D. Yes, this another great product from square D, which gives us peace of mind for a long time from the worry of burning down the house or many of our home appliances and computers from unforeseen electrical surges or lightnings. This small product, when installed properly, protects our valuables from the electric surges. The installation is pretty simple.
by SebastianUSA
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Excellent investment against lightning damage
Utility company power is usually steady and safe, but stuff happens. There's 50 miles of overhead line from the generating plant to my house. When lightning strikes, the utility company absorbs most of the surge, but some gets to my house. Car accidents and other line damage can also put excess voltage on the line. I've lost several appliances over the years to lightning and line-surge events. Home insurance can cover this, but unless you lose several major appliances the loss is usually less than your deductable. So I believe in surge protection. Ideally this starts with good Grounding at the service entrance. A surge protector at the meter is a good next step. Then a protector in the breaker-box, finally a surge-strip at critical appliances. This surge protector goes in your breaker box. It must match the brand of box you have. It must be installed by a qualified electrician, because an accident inside a breaker box can cause serious injury and damage. You must have a 2-unit free space, very preferably near the main breaker/lugs. While this protector (plus installation) is not cheap, it may be much cheaper than the damage caused by lightning or other electrical event. It installed easily. Obviously I can't review it for surge-performance, but I know it has been evaluated by Schneider Electric and tested by UL to appropriate specifications. The warranty covers surge-related damage but is secondary to your homeowner's insurance; Schneider pays your deductable after you submit a claim to your insurance.
by Paul
7 people found this helpful
Protection every home should have
Installation is as simple as plugging in a standard circuit breaker! Status LED on and protected.
by Gorgo
4 people found this helpful
Easy to place in breaker box.
Just what I was looking for. It took me less then 30 minutes to move 14 breakers to place this one next to the main breaker.
by Dave
4 people found this helpful
Easy to Install
This product is very easy to install. Just follow the enclosed instructions which are very clear. The device snaps into place just like a 2-pole 220v breaker. The issue is if you have room in your panel for the device. If not use Murray MH-T tandem breakers, which give you two beakers in a 1-inch width to replace the normal 1-inch breaker , which only has one breaker. Be sure and check which style breakers are OK for your panel.
by 2012
6 people found this helpful
Low cost-easy to install
I was quoted $600 for the surge arrester and installation. The surge arrester cost about $60 and it took me less than 10 minutes to install. This is a small price to pay for something you hope you never need and won't know when it works to protect your electronics.
by DrBill
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Price for this same item was much better than at...
Price for this same item was much better than at another supplier
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