Question about Eaton Corporation BR4040B200 Main Breaker Load Center
Posted by Anonymous on
The use of 2 15amp breakers first had meaning. If you can relocate with one tandem 15 amp it means that there will be no protection cuase the tandem tripping point does not count.
Posted on Feb 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the breakers are 20 amp and the panel is rated at 100 amps, only 5 breakers. if the panel is 200 amp, only 10, 20 amp breakers and so on
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
SOURCE: How many arc fault breakers
There is the National Electrical Code rule and the rule applied by your local municipality. To be on the safe side, you should check with your local municipality. The 2005 NEC called for protection on outlets in bedrooms only, but the 2008 version calls for many other rooms to be protected. Again, it depends on what your municipality wants in the way of protection. At a minimum I would believe all outlets for bedrooms should be covered.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have 5 AFCI's )(type
There have been many problems with these breakers... with this type of problem being common, but not the only problem...
Sometimes the breakers will not reset for no reason at all...other times there may be a problem, and that will be hard track down...
There are a few things that I would do to get to the bottom of the problem...
First option may be to buy a new breaker and see if it works....if it works the old ones are bad...simple...
Or... unhook the black wires from the back of the breakers and see if they will stay on...if so then rehook the black wires one by one and turn on the breaker till you find the bad circuit that is causing them all to trip...this will be time consuming, but may be necessary in either case...
Also check that all white wires to the breakers are hooked properly and the screws are tight...
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
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