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Siemens Industry QE120 1-Pole 20 Amp 120 Volt 10 K 30 mA Circuit Breaker

Manufacturer: Siemens | Catalog # QE120 | Codale Part # 131040

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Siemens ground fault equipment protection circuit breakers provide protection to equipment from damaging line-to-ground fault currents. This circuit breaker will detect line-to-ground faults and de-energize the circuit for all ungrounded conductors of the circuit. If the current going to the equipment is greater than 30 mA than the current coming back the GFCI will open the circuit stopping the flow of electricity.

Technical Information

Actuator
N/A
Amperage
20 Amp
Applications
Electrical Distribution
Blade Dimensions
12.6 in L x 7.2 in W x 7.4 in H
Conductor Size
14-10AWG(CU)/12-8AWG(AL)
Connection Type
Plug-In
Current
20 Amp
Enclosure
N/A
Frame
N/A
Interrupt Rating
10 kA
Load Rating
N/A
Number of Poles
1 Pole
Operating Temperature
N/A
Tc Connection
PLUG-IN
Trip Range
Thermal Magnetic
Trip Type
A-Curve, Thermal Magnetic
Type
QE
Voltage
120 Volt

Manufacturer Information

Family Brand Name
Siemens
Sub Brand
N/A

General Product Info

Product UPC
78364322907

Dimensions

Height
7.4 Inch
Length
12.6 Inch
Width
7.2 in
Codale Part No.
131040
Product Long Description
Siemens ground fault equipment protection circuit breakers provide protection to equipment from damaging line-to-ground fault currents. This circuit breaker will detect line-to-ground faults and de-energize the circuit for all ungrounded conductors of the circuit. If the current going to the equipment is greater than 30 mA than the current coming back the GFCI will open the circuit stopping the flow of electricity.
UNSPSC
39121601