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Homeline 25 Amp 2-Pole GFCI Circuit Breaker

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  • Square D breaker protects from overload, short-circuit, and GF
  • Protects from potential shock hazards in wet locations
  • Compatible with Homeline electrical panel and CSEDs with 2 spaces
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The Square D by Schneider Electric Homeline 25 Amp 2-Pole GFCI circuit breaker is designed for overload and short-circuit protection, combined with Class A ground fault protection. Class A denotes a ground fault circuit interrupter that will trip when a fault current to ground is 6 mA or more. This breaker is compatible with Homeline load centers and CSED devices. The ANSI-certified and UL-Listed unit is rated for 120/240 VAC and 10,000 AIR. Homeline circuit breakers are built with the same Square D brand quality you have come to expect at a price that makes them the best value in their class. Homeline circuit breakers are the best in class. Designed exclusively for the residential market, Homeline products offer everything you need to distribute electricity throughout your home.

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Interruption TypeGFCIGFCIGFCIGFCI
Breaker TypeDouble PoleDouble PoleDouble PoleDouble Pole
Maximum Amperage (amps)30252015
Pack Size1111
Power Distribution FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Voltage (volts)120/240120/240120/240120/240
Mounting TypePlug-OnPig Tail,Plug-OnPlug-OnBolt On
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)2.98 inProduct Height (in.)4.23 in
Product Width (in.)2 in

Details

Breaker TypeDouble PoleElectrical Product TypeBreaker
Interruption TypeGFCIMaximum Amperage (amps)25
Mounting TypePig Tail,Plug-OnNumber of Poles2
Pack Size1Power Distribution FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)1.16Returnable90-Day
Voltage (volts)120/240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsUL ListedManufacturer WarrantySquare D warrants its branch circuit breakers to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal care and proper usage in a residential installation, for the lifetime of the Homeline load center in which it is installed.

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Added protection and versatile
The added protection of GFCI in a circuit breaker brings peace of mind and easy code compliance. This breaker as multiple wiring options to fit different power feeds and devices. The panel neutral coil is long enough to reach the bar and still be dressed in neatly. A test button makes it easy to check the installation. The handle has clear ON, Trip and OFF positions like most breakers now. It fits in any Square D Homeline panel.
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Works as advertised
I installed this breaker to protect outlets near a large sink in an out building. It does protrude somewhat higher than the other HOM breakers in my load center but it does not hit the door. You must attach the coiled neutral white wire to the neutral bus in the load center. Otherwise there is no protection and the self test button will not work. You should test the breaker at least once a month for proper operation but I would not test more often since all breaker like this have a finite number of trip cycles before failure. I personally worked for the division in Square D that manufactured the GFCI modules for these. The label on the breaker is now in poor condition because I was not careful in putting the cover back on the box. Mia culpa.
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Added safety
This is multifunctional double pole GFCI breaker. It can be used on 3-wire 120/240V, two wire 240V or multi-wire circuits. Format is TIPO HOM so it fits on any GE/Siemens panel. The GFCI protection is lightning fast at 10,000 AIR/A nom I, which I measured at 0.05 seconds. It is not 2x single pole, it is balancing load interrupter which adds a layer of protection on double pole circuits that you can only have with the double pole breaker such as this one. At 2x25A this won't be the one for HVAC applications, but perfect for hot tub, or a dryer. In terms of pricing, it is a little expensive, but then you can't really put a price on a life that can be endangered. Those breakers are must have according to code in almost all states and offer excellent quality and protection. It comes in a clam-type packaging, well insulated and totally safe for online ordering. Nothing other than #1 electrical square screwdriver is needed for the installation and the bus clamps are pre-treated with a dab of dielectric grease for better contact and to prevent oxidation of the clamp surfaces.
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needed
This 2-pole circuit breaker comes with a ground fault circuit interrupter. It is 120/240 volts at 60 Hz. 10,000 AIR/A nom.I. It has a test button. It is only for use in square D home line load centers rated 70 A and higher. Each breaker side is 25 amps. It is UL listed and comes with instructions. It is type TIPO HOM. Easy to reset . I think this circuit breaker will come in handy when I need an extra circuit breaker. Maybe for a hot water heater.
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Square D quality
Our entire house only uses Square D Homeline boxes and breakers. Main panel, and two subpanels. We have all 120V circuits on Homeline AFCI, GFCI, or AFCI/GFCI breakers, but not many 240V breakers have GFCI, so this was a nice addition. We used this 25A breaker for our outside HVAC units. Nice to have GFCI protection on that circuit. We have not any HVAC issues with false tripping. I have found that Homeline GFCI breakers are, correctly, more sensitive than the average wall GFCI, which we really like for safety. None of our Homeline AFCI or GFCI breakers have ever had false trip issues; all issues have always turned out to be legitimate wiring or safety issues. We recommend Square D products.
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Solid Safty
The one thing that caught my eye on this was it can be used on a 220 circuit. Basically if you have anything remotely involving water or outdoors you need one of these on the circuit, or an outlet that has ground fault. Larger things like hot tub or sauna this would be perfect because of the 220. It also works with the 110 range and being two pole it can carry more so to speak. Make things not only safer but easier to protect life and limb from a ground fault.
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Breaker, Breaker
The required 25 amp breaker wire size is 10 AWG if you're using copper wires. However, some 12-gauge electrical cables are rated for 25 amp or higher. Read the printed specification on the cable insulation to ensure its capacity. If you want to completely protect your self, your equipment and your building then GFCI is the way to go. When considering price, which is better: replacing equipment and structures or installing decent breakers? This line of Square D is designed for residential rather than commercial use, though. Personally, I have been using Square D for over twenty years and never had a failure. This particular breaker was used for a minisplit airconditioner system. It has other uses such as water features and hot tubs.
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Lifetime Warranty
I have been using Schneider Electric products for years. I have numerous APC (a Schneider Electric Brand) Surge Protectors and Battery Back-UPS. Never been disappointed in any of them. Homeline is their residential value brand. Less expensive, but still outstanding quality. I have never installed a GFCI Breaker before. I have always installed GFCI Outlets (Indoor and Outdoor). Installation was as simple as a normal Breaker, except the additional step of having to connect the 10AWG white pigtail to the Neutral Bar. Assembled in Mexico.
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The breaker failed within the first week....
The breaker failed within the first week.
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Response from SchneiderProductExpertJul 27, 2021
Hello Joseph ,
We apologize for whatever inconvenience you may have encountered with our product. We would like to encourage you to contact our Product Support at 888-778-2733 option 2,for breakers, for us to know what your exact application is and perform troubleshooting so we'd be able to pinpoint the exact problem and determine the solution.
Warm regards,
Schneider Electric Customer Care
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