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Blue Sea C-Series Double Pole Circuit Breakers

Blue Sea C-Series Double Pole Circuit Breakers

Description

The Blue Sea C-Series Double Pole Circuit Breaker features a trip free design that cannot be held on during fault current condition.

Features

  • Double Pole Used As 120 Volt AC Main Circuit Breaker To Switch Hot To Neutral
  • Double And Triple Pole Circuit Breakers Will Trip All Poles If Any One Pole Trips
  • 5,000 Amperage Interrupt Capacity To Meet ABYC Requirements For 120/240 Volt 50 Ampere Main Protection
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$97.21
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$84.24
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