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Main ProductArc fault detection circuit breaker RangeQO Current Rating20 A Voltage Rating120 V AC Mounting TypePlug-in Number of Poles1P Circuit Breaker TypeARC-fault RatingsNot rated Electrical ConnectionPressure plate Complementary Inturrupt Rating22 kA 120 V AC 50/60 Hz Number of Panel Spaces1 Wire SizeAWG 14...AWG 8 copperAWG 12...AWG 8 aluminium height120.65 mm (4.75 in) depth73.91 mm (2.91 in) width19.05 mm (0.75 in) Environment CertificationsUL listedCSA Ambient Rating104 °F (40 °C) Ordering and shipping details Category06303-QO ARC FAULT CB Discount ScheduleDE2A GTIN00785901682998 Package weight(Lbs)9.12 oz (258.548 g) ReturnabilityNo Country of originMX Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product California proposition 65WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: DINP and DIDP which is known to the State of California to cause Carcinogen and Reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov REACh Regulation EU RoHS DirectiveCompliant
EU RoHS Declaration
Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information.
Environmental Disclosure Circularity Profile Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsBrochureFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 953.6 KBDate 8/30/11DescriptionUnderstanding your home’s electrical distribution system. As one of the most important systems in your home, your electrical system is essential to your daily life. At the heart of this system is the load center, an electrical panel that includes circuit breakers, which help protect you and your home 24 hours a day from electrical shock, fire, and other damage that could be caused by overloads or short circuits. In the event of an electrical fault, the circuit breakers automatically “trip” to cut off the potentially dangerous current.Specification guideFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsInstruction SheetFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEU RoHS DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsREACh DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My Documents
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