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Siemens 15-Amp Afci/Gfci Dual Function Circuit Breaker

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2 advanced innovations packaged in one device – The Double Function Circuit Breaker integrates GFCI and AFCI, protecting versus both Arc Faults and Ground Faults. This, in addition to the new Self Test & Lockout feature, makes it the very first in class in electrical security for house owners. The 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) now needs both Arc Fault and Ground Fault security on area and laundry circuits. Before the release of Double Function Circuit Breakers, the only alternative to adhere to this code was to match an AFCI circuit breaker with a GFCI receptacle. The Double Function Breaker combines these two gadgets into one option that supplies both cost savings and less inconvenience in installation and upkeep. This is a win service for everyone. A gadget that checks itself – Checking GFCIs and AFCIs on a monthly basis is a idea that is in some cases forgotten. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) suggests that AFCI/GFCI gadgets be tested every 30 days after setup to guarantee they are effectively working. Now the new Self Test & Lockout feature enables the Double Function Circuit Breaker to automatically and continuously test itself to make sure that it is working effectively. If it is found that the device has been jeopardized, the device trips itself and locks out the homeowner from resetting the gadget, lowering the possibility of the homeowner incorrectly presuming that the gadget was tripped to avoid a ground/arc fault. This simple and easy system ensures that just the very best protection is provided to your house at all times.

  • Faster, more cost effective installation to meet code requirements compared to installing an AFCI breaker and GFI receptacle
  • For use on Siemens load centers that accept UL type QFGA2 breakers
  • Siemens exclusive LED trip indicator pinpoints cause of trip
  • HACR, SWD, 120 Volt AC rated
  • The breaker requires power to run the self test / trip functions (will not test / trip when not installed)