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What Retaining Kit is required for back feeding a 2 pole branch circuit breaker in a Homeline load center, series S01, S02, S03, or S04?

Published date: 14 May 2020

Issue:
Retaining Kit for Homeline Load Centers, Series S01, S02, S03, or S04.

Product Line:
Load Centers

Environment:
Homeline Load Centers

Resolution:
  • HOM1RK secures one 2 pole branch circuit breaker when used as a back-fed main for HOM612L100F, HOM612L100S, HOM612L100RB, HOM48L125GC and HOM48L125GRB.
*** NOTE: HOM612L100F, S or RB restricted to maximum 100A back-fed main breaker. HOM48L125GC, RB restricted to  maximum 125A back-fed main.
*** NOTE: HOM612L100F, S or RB is series 001 or 1
  • HOM4RK2LA secures one 2 pole branch circuit breaker to the right side of the interior when used as a back-fed main for 125A convertible main load centers, Series S01, S02, S03, or S04.
  *** NOTE: Restricted to maximum  125A back-fed main breaker.
  • HOM4RK2HA secures one 2 pole branch circuit breaker to the right side of the interior when used as a back-fed main for 150A - 225A convertible main load centers, Series S01, S02, S03, or S04.
   ***NOTE: Restricted to maximum 125A back-fed main breaker.
  • HOM5RK secures one 2 pole, 150A - 200A branch circuit breaker when used as a back-fed main for 150A - 225A convertible main load centers, Series S01, S02, S03, or S04.
   ***NOTE: The back-fed main breaker amperage cannot exceed the amperage rating of the load center.
   ***NOTE: The 150A - 200A branch circuit breakers require 4 spaces to mount on the load center interior.

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