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Main ProductLoad Center Marketing Trade NameQO Complementary Load Center TypeMain breaker Line Rated Current200 A Maximum Number of Single Pole Circuits54 Number of Phases1 phase height39.37 in (1000 mm) width14.25 in (362 mm) depth3.74 in (95 mm) Environment Enclosure RatingNEMA 1 ambient air temperature for operation23 °F (-5 °C)104 °F (40 °C) Ordering and shipping details Category10001 - QO PON 1PH LC,12-60 CKT, MB N1 Discount ScheduleDE3A GTIN00785901912743 Package weight(Lbs)10.89 kg (24 lb(US)) ReturnabilityYes Country of originUS Offer Sustainability EU RoHS DirectiveUnder investigation
CatalogFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 3.4 MBDate 9/13/19DescriptionDigest 178 catalog section 1 - This section of Digest 178 provides selection information for QO™ and Homeline™ Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs), QO and Homeline load centers, CSEDs, Surge Protective Devices (SPDs), and Servicepak™ power outlets. Replaces Digest 177 section 1; 0100CT1501_SEC-01CADFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEU RoHS DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsHandoutFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 604.5 KBDate 7/20/18DescriptionElectrical contractors will appreciate not having to remove knockouts, install wire connectors and blindly pull wire into the load center versus the ability to slide wires from the front with the Qwik-Grip wire management system. A quick bend of the wire using the wire bend guide on the Qwik-Grip insert and the wire easily slides into the slot. Once done, snap on the Qwik-Grip shield to keep the wires behind the router for a secure, code compliant installation. Qwik-Grip, a state of the art wire management system, allowing you to move on the next job quicker.
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