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GF is hydraulic magnetic breaker whereas GFT is thermal magnetic breaker. GFT breakers are used in traditional indoor installations whereas GF breakers are for harsh environments in terms of temperature.
Ted Bossert
· March 10, 2021
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The LB220 features a hydraulic magnetic mechanism and the -T uses a thermal magnetic mechanism.
Leviton Manufacturing
Manufacturer · November 3, 2020
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Branch/Feeder AFCI - This device is installed at the origin of a branch circuit or feeder, such as at a panelboard, to provide AFCI parallel arc protection of the branch or feeder circuit wiring. This device also protects against a parallel arc in the cord sets and power supply cords. This is the device that is require… see more Branch/Feeder AFCI - This device is installed at the origin of a branch circuit or feeder, such as at a panelboard, to provide AFCI parallel arc protection of the branch or feeder circuit wiring. This device also protects against a parallel arc in the cord sets and power supply cords. This is the device that is required by the NEC. see less Branch/Feeder AFCI - This device is installed at the origin of a branch circuit or feeder, such as at a panelboard, to provide AFCI parallel arc protection of the branch or feeder circuit wiring. This device also protects against a parallel arc in the cord sets and power supply cords. This is the device that is required by the NEC.
Vitolite Electric Sales Inc
Seller · July 13, 2020
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Leviton Load Center circuit breakers are compatible only with Leviton Load Centers
Leviton Manufacturing
Manufacturer · January 5, 2021
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This circuit breaker is rated for 120 VAC.
Leviton Manufacturing
Manufacturer · February 25, 2020
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Yes, this is a combination AFCI circuit breaker
Leviton Manufacturing
Manufacturer · July 28, 2020
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None
Mike Rauh
· January 20, 2020
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No. It's not a SQUARE D breaker. It's a LEVITON breaker.
Esmir M.
· July 11, 2021
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Yes, 2 guage wire fits and is required for 80A
Vitolite Electric Sales Inc
Seller · March 23, 2021