Siemens Load Center Circuit Breakers Type Q (Push-in, Stab-in)

Siemens Load Center Circuit Breakers Type Q plug in circuit breakers are intended for use in Siemens EQ, Siemens Ultimate, ITE, and Gould load centers or meter combinations. The usage of Siemens breakers is required.

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1 pole
Siemens Load Center Circuit Breakers Type Q (Push-in, Stab-in) 1 pole may be used in single or 3-phase load centers and are 120V rated. Siemens plug in circuit breakers are intended for use in Siemens EQ, Siemens Ultimate, ITE, and Gould load centers or meter combinations. The single pole Siemens breakers may be used in single or 3-phase load centers and are 120V rated.

2 pole
Siemens Load Center Circuit Breakers Type Q (Push-in, Stab-in) 2 pole is a 30-Amp, 2-pole circuit breaker. It is a 2 in. breaker quick plug in. It uses 1 bus stab and uses 1 space. It is heat and air conditioning rated. There is 10,000 amperage interrupting current.

3 pole
Siemens Load Center Circuit Breakers Type Q (Push-in, Stab-in) 3 pole is a type QE circuit breaker and has ground fault equipment protection. It is rated for 100 Amps and 120/240 Volts. This breaker has a 10 KAIC interrupt rating and is for use in Siemens panels only. The breaker is plug in style.

AFCI
AFCIs detect arcing faults (an unintentional arcing condition in a circuit) that standard circuit breakers are unable to detect. The Combination Type AFCI detects all three possible types of arc fault: line-to-ground, line-to-neutral, and series. The device is intended to mitigate the effects of arcing faults by functioning to de-energize the circuit when an arc-fault is detected.

GFI
GFCIs are an effective means of preventing severe electrical shock. They are installed to protect areas of the home, such as the kitchen, bathroom or laundry, where electrical appliances or products may come into contact with water. They are designed to protect against severe electrical shock or electrocution from ground faults.

Type D Sub for Square D
Type D Sub for Square D are UL listed for use in Square D Q brand load centers and are ideal for replacement of existing breakers or if expansion circuits are required. They snap on to the Q type bussing.