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Advanced Residential Products

February 2007

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Surge Protection Devices and Lightning Arresters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transfer Switch Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Portable Generators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Standby Generator Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . StructuredWiringSolutions™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Product Description

Product Description The Problem

The Solution Eaton’s electrical business has developed the most comprehensive family of surge protection devices and lightning arresters installed at service entrance and point-of-use locations, providing quality power required for sensitive electronic loads.

 

Application Description

CHSP installed at the service entrance panel. SurgeTrap surge traps and strips located where sensitive electronics are plugged in.

Two-Stage Protection The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) recommends two stages of surge suppression to provide the best protection for electronic equipment. Two-stage surge suppression should be provided for all cables entering a home, including power, Internet, coaxial and telephone.

Stage 1: Primary Protection for Service Entrance The best place to install surge protection is at the electrical entrance point (loadcenter or breaker panel). This is often where ac power, telephone lines and cable lines are located. Applying a CHSP product to your service entrance (stage 1) will reduce a voltage surge to an acceptable level for appliances and surge strips. See Figure 4-2. For added protection, it is recommended that you install surge protection for your cable and telephone lines at the service entrance. Your ac, cable and telephone lines will all have the same ground potential, in one common location, for passing the surge away from your equipment.

Figure 4-1. Two-Stage Protection

20,000 V

Let Through Voltage (V)

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Due to the evolution of electronics and microprocessors in the home, we are continually challenged to provide quality (clean) power for electronic loads such as appliances, computers/ home office and entertainment systems. Surges (also known as transients) due to lighting, utility grid switching and other sources travel on current carrying conductors throughout the home, which can effect and destroy sensitive electronic loads.

High Energy Transient Disturbance Input at Main Panel - IEEE Category C3 Impulse (Combination) Waveform, 20,000 V, 10,000 A

10,000 V Best Achievable Performance with CHSP at 120/240 Volt Loadcenter (Stage 1)

400 V Two stage use of Surge Strips (cascade approach ) achieves best possible surge protection (Stage 2)

0 25µS Time (microseconds)

50µS

Figure 4-2. Surge Voltage Remnant Comparison

Stage 2: Secondary Protection for Point of Use The Cutler-Hammer SurgeTrap surge strip is recommended for sensitive electronic loads like computers or entertainment centers. Using a SurgeTrap surge strip (stage 2) reduces any voltage remnant down to an acceptable level. For more information visit: www.eaton.com

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Application Description

Stage 1 — Service Entrance Surge Protection Factory Installed

Telephone and Cable Accessories Type CHSP Surge Protection Eaton also offers a full range of accessory products for telephone and cable, including SurgeTel which protects up to four telephone/modem lines; SurgeCable which protects up to two cable/satellite lines; and SurgeEthernet featuring protection for high speed Internet hookups.

4 BRSURGE Surge Protector

Type BRSURGE

Surge Panel

Industry Breakthrough Eaton is the first to introduce a factory installed surge protection device that is mounted inside a 120/240 volt loadcenter.

Telephone, Cable and Ethernet

Lighting Arresters

Type CHSUR The CHSUR loadcenter provides a customer with the lowest system let-through voltage (best protection) when compared to traditional remote/side mounted devices. The Surge Panel is an internally mounted unit that provides industrial level surge protection in a residential design. The Surge Panel is available with 75 kA/phase surge current complete with thermal fusing and provides protection for all residential electrical equipment by reducing power surges, often caused by lightning, to an acceptable level for appliances and electronics.

Remote/Side Mounted Type CHSP Surge Protection The Cutler-Hammer Surge Protector (CHSP) is an externally mounted unit that provides industrial level surge protection in a residential design. The CHSP is available in four models and provides protection for all residential electrical equipment by reducing power surges, often caused by lightning, to an acceptable level for appliances and electronics. These units can be mounted in any manufacturer’s breaker panel (loadcenter).

CHSA Surge Protector

Type CHSA For use on single-phase 120/240 Vac systems. This easily plugs into a single-phase Type CH loadcenter and occupies two 3/4-inch (19.1 mm) pole spaces similar to a 2-pole Type CH breaker. When plugged into the first two stabs at the top of the loadcenter just below the main breaker or main lug, it provides surge protection for the entire loadcenter. If internal components are damaged, the CHSA LED visual indicators will signal the need for replacement. This device is suitable for service entry locations installed in accordance with NEC Article 280. The CHSA is ideal for protecting sensitive appliances and electronics, such as refrigerators, microwave ovens, and home computers.

ac Power (Also Includes Cable/Telephone)

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For use on single-phase 120/240 Vac systems. This easily plugs into a single-phase Type BR loadcenter and occupies two 1-inch (25.4 mm) pole spaces similar to a 2-pole Type BR breaker. When plugged into the first two stabs at the top of the loadcenter just below the main breaker or main lug, it provides surge protection for the entire loadcenter. If internal components are damaged, the BRSURGE LED visual indicators will signal the need for replacement. This device is suitable for service entry locations installed in accordance with NEC Article 280. The BRSURGE is ideal for protecting sensitive appliances and electronics, such as refrigerators, microwave ovens, and home computers.

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CHQSA Surge Protector

Type CHQSA For use on single-phase, 120/240 Vac systems. This easily plugs into a Square D, single-phase loadcenter Type QO and occupies two 3/4-inch (19.1 mm) pole spaces similar to a standard 2-pole Type QO breaker. When plugged into the first two stabs at the top of the loadcenter just below the main breaker or main lug, it provides surge protection for the entire loadcenter. If internal components are damaged, the CHQSA LED visual indicators will signal the need for replacement. This device is suitable for service entrance locations installed in accordance with NEC Article 280 and are UL Classified to be used in place of Square D Type QO surge arresters. The CHQSA is ideal for protecting sensitive appliances and electronics, such as refrigerators, microwave ovens, and home computers.


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Application Description

Service Entrance Surge Protection (Continued)

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Point-of-Use Surge Protection Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer SurgeTrap, plug-in surge protectors offer exceptional protection for electrical and electronic devices. Each of the SurgeTrap Ultra, Max and Micro are available in ac only, ac plus telephone/modem and ac plus cable. The SurgeTrap Ultra 3Way, in addition to having the above options, is available in ac plus telephone/modem and cable.

CHSA01 Surge Protector

CHSA01 — For use on single-phase, 120/240 Vac systems. This surge protector can be easily installed in the enclosure of indoor or outdoor loadcenters by using the 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) threaded nipple. It is ideal for protecting outdoor lighting, garages, sump and irrigation pumps, etc.

Point-of-Use Surge Strips

CHSA03 Surge Protector

CHSA03 — For use on three-phase, 600 Vac systems. This surge protector can be easily installed in the enclosure of indoor or outdoor loadcenters by using the 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) threaded nipple. It provides protection for commercial electrical services especially those using electric motors.

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Technical Data and Specifications

Technical Data and Specifications Table 4-1. Lightning Arresters Description

Discharge Voltage, Vac 1.5 kA

Surge Protector Plug-On Type CH, Single-Phase, 120/240 Vac Surge Protector Plug-On Type BR, Single-Phase, 120/240 Vac Surge Protector Plug-On Type CHQ, Single-Phase, 120/240 Vac Surge Protector, 2-Pole Single-Phase, 3-Wire, 120/240 Vac Surge Protector, 3-Pole Single-Phase, 4-Wire, 120/240 Vac

10 kA

Lead Length Inches (mm)

3 kA

5 kA

345 345 345

370 370 370

500 500 500

545 545 545

8.00 (203.2) 8.00 (203.2) 8.00 (203.2)

490 1700

640 2100

980 2510

1410 3800

15.00 (381.0) 15.00 (381.0)

Catalog Number CHSA BRSURGE CHQSA CHSA01 CHSA03

Table 4-2. Surge Protection Devices Description

System Voltage

Protection Surge Modes Current Capacity

UL Let- Telephone Coaxial through Protection Protection Voltage

Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage

EMI/RFI Capac- Installation/ Noise itance Enclosures Rejection (L-N)

Agency Catalog Approvals Number

CHSP Micro 120/240

L-G

20,000 A per Phase

400

150

Indoor/ Outdoor Enclosure

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), CSA

CHSPMICRO

CHSP Max

120/240

L, L, N, G

50,000 A per Phase

400

150

Indoor/ Outdoor Enclosure

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), CSA

CHSPMAX

CHSP 3-Way 120/240

L, L, N, G

75,000 A per Phase

400

4 Pair, Terminal Mount

Patented High 150 Frequency “F” Connectors 1 Line Protected

< 15pf, Indoor/ Low Flushmount Signal Enclosure Loss

UL 1449, UL497A, CSA

CHSPCHSR4P

CHSP Ultra

120/240

L, L, N, G

75,000 A per Phase

400

150

Indoor/ Outdoor Enclosure

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), CSA

CHSPULTRA

SurgeTel

230 Vdc — Breakdown Voltage

10,000 A per Phase

2 or 4 Pair — UTP or Category 5 Lines

Indoor Application

UL 497A, CSA

DHW4PT

SurgeCable 145 Vdc — Breakdown Voltage

5,000 A per Phase

Patented High — Frequency “F” Connectors 2 Lines Protected

< 15pf, Indoor Low Application Signal Loss

UL 6500, CSA

DCXCAB2

NEMA 3R 120/240 Enclosure for SurgeTel and SurgeCable

UL 50 CHSP3RTELCABLE Enclosure

< 70pf Indoor Application

UL 497B

DRJ45D30R

150

Up to 15 dB (Peak)

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), UL 1363, UL 497A, CSA

SGXMICROAC6

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), UL 1363, UL 497A, CSA

SGXMAXAC

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), UL 1363, UL 497A, CSA

SGXULTAC

UL 1449 (2nd Ed.), UL 1363, UL 497A, CSA

SGXRM19B 

Surge Ethernet

30 Vdc — Breakdown Voltage

300 A per Phase

8 Wires (4 Pair)

SurgeTrap Micro

120

12,000 A per Phase 600 Joules Total

330

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

SurgeTrap Max

SurgeTrap Ultra

120

120

Rack Mount 120 Surge Strip

 

All Modes

All Modes

All Modes

All Modes

20,000 A per Phase 900 Joules Total

330

40,000 A 330 per Phase 1575 Joules Total 84,000 A 330 per Phase 1575 Joules Total

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

150

150

150

Up to 15 dB (Peak)

Up to 35 dB (Peak)

Yes

15 and 20 ampere available. 15 ampere twist lock ac cord.

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Outdoor Application

Indoor Application

Indoor Application

Indoor Application

Indoor Application

SGXMICRONET1 SGXMICRONET6 SGXMICROTV6 SGXMAXNET SGXMAXTV

SGXULTNET SGXULTTV SGXULT3WAY SGXRM19BTL 

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Product Selection

Product Selection Table 4-3. Residential Surge Protection Devices and Lightning Arresters Product

Protection Levels and Application

Features

Warranty

Installation/ Enclosures

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

CHSA

Basic Surge Protection

2-Pole Breaker Design

1 Year Product Warranty

Inside Type CH Loadcenter

CHSA

BRSURGE

Basic Surge Protection

2-Pole Breaker Design

1 Year Product Warranty

Inside Type BR Loadcenter/ Classified Listed

BRSURGE

CHQSA

Basic Surge Protection

2-Pole Breaker Design

1 Year Product Warranty

Inside Square D Type QO Loadcenter

CHQSA

CHSA01

Basic Surge Protection for Outdoor Lighting, Garages, Sump and Irrigation Pumps

120/240 Vac systems

1 Year Product Warranty

Indoor/Outdoor Enclosure

CHSA01

CHSA03

Basic Surge Protection for Commercial Electrical Services

600 Vac systems

1 Year Product Warranty

Indoor/Outdoor Enclosure

CHSA03

CHSP Micro

Basic Surge Protection for Appliances

Surge Current Rating 20 kA, Thermal Fusing, Compact, Small Footprint, Status Monitor

Lifetime Product Warranty  $5,000 Connected Equipment

Indoor/Outdoor Enclosure

CHSPMICRO

CHSP Max

Standard Surge Protection for Major Appliances and Home Electronics

Surge Current Rating 50 kA, Thermal Fusing, Compact, Small Footprint, Status Monitor

Lifetime Product Warranty , $5,000 Connected Equipment

Indoor/Outdoor Enclosure

CHSPMAX

CHSP Ultra

Ultimate Surge Protection for Major Appliances, Home Electronics, Computers/home Office and Entertainment Systems

Surge Current Rating 75 kA, Thermal Fusing, Compact, Small Footprint, Status Monitor

Lifetime Product Warranty , $5,000 Connected Equipment

Indoor/Outdoor Enclosure

CHSPULTRA

CHSP 3-Way

Standard 3-Way Protection (ac Power, Phone, Cable) for All Home Electronic Equipment

Indoor Surge Current Rating 75 kA, Lifetime Product 4 Telephone Lines, Warranty , $10,000 Connected 1 Cable/Satellite Line Equipment

CHSPCHSR4P

SurgeTel

Telephone/Modems

4 Telephone Lines

Lifetime Product Warranty

DHW4PT

SurgeCable

Cable/Satellite TV

2 Cable/Satellite Lines

Lifetime Product Warranty

DCXCAB2

SurgeEthernet

Ethernet

Protection for High Speed Internet

Lifetime Product Warranty

DRJ45D30R

SurgeTrap Micro

Appliances

3 Outlets; Wallmount

Lifetime Product — Warranty, — $50,000 Connected Equipment —

SGXMICROAC6  SGXMICRONET1  SGXMICRONET6  SGXMICROTV6 

SurgeTrap Max

Less Critical Electronic Equipment

7 Outlets; Angled plug-in

Lifetime Product — Warranty, — $75,000 Connected — Equipment

SGXMAXAC  SGXMAXNET  SGXMAXTV 

SurgeTrap Ultra

Home Entertainment Systems and Computer/Home Office

8 Outlets; Angled Plug-in, Lifetime Product Transformer Spacing, Warranty, Series Filter and TCO Fuses $100,000 Connected Equipment

— — — —

SGXULTAC  SGXULTNET  SGXULTTV  SGXULT3WAY 

Stage 1

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Accessories

Stage 2

    

Warranty coverage applicable when CHSP products are used in conjunction with SurgeTrap point-of-use strips and appropriate cable and telephone protectors (see accessories). ac power. ac + telephone/modem. ac + cable. ac + telephone/modem + cable.

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Product Selection Table 4-4. Single-Phase Main Circuit Breaker Loadcenters with Factory Installed Surge Suppression — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Factory Bonded Split Neutral Main Breaker Type

Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Box Number Size 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

Wire Range Size

Loadcenter

CSH 35 kAIC

100

24 32

E K

#6 – 4/0

CHSUR24B100E CHSUR32B100K

CHSUR8EF CHSUR8KF

CHSUR8ES CHSUR8KS

150 200 200

32 32 42

K K L

#2 – 300 kcmil

CHSUR32B150K CHSUR32B200K CHSUR42B200L2

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS



Catalog Number

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

Combination  Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Surface Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

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Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

Table 4-5. Single-Phase Main Lug Loadcenters with Factory Installed Surge Suppression — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Twin Neutral — Factory Installed Ground Bar Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Number 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

125

24

225

32 42



Box Size

Wire Range Size

Loadcenter

E

#6 – 2/0

CHSUR24L125E

CHSUR8EF

CHSUR8ES

K L

#2 – 300 kcmil

CHSUR32L225K CHSUR42L225L2

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS

Catalog Number

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

Combination  Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Surface Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

Table 4-6. Single-Phase Convertible Loadcenters with Factory Installed Surge Suppression  — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Twin Neutral — Factory Installed Ground Bar Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Number 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

Box Size

225

32 42

K L

 

Wire Range Size

Loadcenter

#2 – 300 kcmil

CHSUR32N225K CHSUR42N225L

Catalog Number

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

Combination  Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

Surface Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS

Order main breaker kit separately. Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

Table 4-7. Single-Phase Main Circuit Breaker Loadcenters with Field Installation Provision for Surge Suppression — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Factory Bonded Split Neutral Main Breaker Type

Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Box Number Size 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

Wire Range Size

Loadcenter

CSH 35 kAIC

100

24 32

E K

#6 – 4/0

CHEC24B100E CHEC32B100K

CHSUR8EF CHSUR8KF

CHSUR8ES CHSUR8KS

150 200 200

32 32 42

K K L

#2 – 300 kcmil CHEC32B150K CHEC32B200K CHEC42B200L

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS



Catalog Number

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

Combination  Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Surface Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

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Product Selection Table 4-8. Single-Phase Main Lug Loadcenters with Field Installation Provision for Surge Suppression — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Twin Neutral — Factory Installed Ground Bar

4

Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Number 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

125

24

E

#6 – 2/0

CHEC24L125E

CHSUR8EF

CHSUR8ES

225

32 42

K L

#2 – 300 kcmil

CHEC32L225K CHEC42L225L

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS



Box Size

Wire Range Size

Loadcenter Catalog Number

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

Combination  Price U.S. $ Catalog Number

Surface Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

Table 4-9. Single-Phase Convertible Loadcenters with Field Installation Provision for Surge Suppression — Indoor Single-Phase 3-Wire — 120/240 Vac — Twin Neutral — Factory Installed Ground Bar Maximum Main Ampere Rating

Maximum Number 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Single Poles

Box Size

225

32 42

K L



Wire Range Size

Loadcenter Catalog Number

#2 – 300 kcmil

Loadcenter Cover Price U.S. $

CHEC32N225K CHEC42N225L

Combination  Price U.S. $ Catalog

Surface

Number

Catalog Number

CHSUR8KF CHSUR8LF

CHSUR8KS CHSUR8LS

Price U.S. $

Combination style covers may be used for surface or flushmount applications.

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Cross-Reference

Cross-Reference Note: Cross-Reference continues on the following page.

Table 4-10. Surge Products Description

CutlerHammer

Square D

General Electric

Siemens

Leviton

Intermatic

Pass & Seymour

120/240 Vac, Single-Phase, 3-Wire

CHSA01

SDSA1175

N/A

N/A

55175-ASA, 55175-SSA

AG2401

N/A

600 Vac, 3-Phase, 4-Wire, 3-Phase

CHSA03

SDSA3650

N/A

N/A

55650-ASA

AG6503, AG6503L

N/A

120/240 Vac, Type BR Circuit Breaker

BRSURGE

HOM2175SB

THQLSurge

QSA Series

N/A

N/A

N/A

120/240 Vac, Type CH Circuit Breaker

CHSA

QO2175SB

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

120/240 Vac, 20 kA Surge Current

CHSPMICRO

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

120/240 Vac, 50 kA Surge Current

CHSPMAX

N/A

THQLSurge60

SBPRIMAX, SSPRIMAX

51120-1, 51120-3R

IG1240RC

1224-SL

120/240 Vac, 70 kA Surge Current

CHSPULTRA

N/A

N/A

N/A

IG250LA, IG251

N/A

120/240 Vac, ac, Tel, Coax, 40 kA Surge Current

CHSPCHSR4P

SDSB1175C, SDSB1175DP

N/A

N/A

51120-PTC, 51110-PTC

N/A

N/A

SurgeTel, 4 Telephone Lines

DHW4PT

N/A

SurgePro THSATEL140

N/A

5350-TLL

N/A

N/A

SurgeCable, 2 Cable/Satellite Lines

DCXCAB2

N/A

SurgePro THQLCOAX

N/A

5350-BNC

N/A

N/A

SurgeEthernet, High Speed Internet

DRJ45D30R

N/A

N/A

N/A

5360-TBT, 3861-ETH

N/A

N/A

NEMA 3R Outdoor Enclosure

CHSPN3R

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac Only

SGXMICROAC

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EG33IB

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac, Cable

SGXMICROTV

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EG33EIB

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXMICRONET N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EG33TIB

N/A

7 Outlet, ac Only

SGXMAXAC

N/A

SU93940

N/A

4950 Series

EG79

PS7

7 Outlet, ac, Cable

SGXMAXTV

N/A

N/A

N/A

4950 Series

N/A

N/A

7 Outlet, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXMAXNET

N/A

SU93942, SU93944

N/A

4950 Series

EG79ASO

PS7P

8 Outlet, ac Only

SGXULTAC

N/A

N/A

SPOWERMAX8

5950 Series

N/A

N/A

8 Outlet, ac, Cable

SGXULTTV

N/A

N/A

SPOWERMAX8_C 5950 Series

EG856EALI

PS8C

8 Outlet, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXULTNET

N/A

SU93950

SPOWERMAX8_T 5950 Series

EG856TALI

PS8P

8 Outlet, ac, Cable, Telephone Modem

SGXULT3WAY

N/A

SU93916

N/A

EG858DSALI, EG858ESALI

N/A

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Surge Breakers

Service Entrance

Accessories

Surge Strips

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Cross-Reference

Cross-Reference Table 4-10. Surge Products (Continued) Description

CutlerHammer

Wiremold

Panamax

DITEK

EFI

Belkin

120/240 Vac, Single-Phase, 3-Wire

CHSA01

N/A

N/A

DTK-120/240

Titan SE 120/240

N/A

600 Vac, 3-Phase, 4-Wire

CHSA03

N/A

N/A

DTK-480 3CU

Titan SE 277/240

N/A

120/240 Vac, Type BR Circuit Breaker

BRSURGE

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

120/240 Vac, Type CH Circuit Breaker

CHSA

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

120/240 Vac, 20 kA Surge Current

CHSPMICRO

N/A

N/A

DTK-120/240HD11 Titan 40 AR

N/A

120/240 Vac, 50 kA Surge Current

CHSPMAX

JA/HA

GB13

DTK-120/240 50K

N/A

120/240 Vac, 70 kA Surge Current

CHSPULTRA

N/A

N/A

DTK-120/240HD11 OSW OmIni 80K

N/A

120/240 Vac, ac, Tel, Coax, 40 kA Surge Current

CHSPCHSR4P

N/A

N/A

DTK-SS2K-SM1

Titan 100P

N/A

SurgeTel, 4 Telephone Lines

DHW4PT

N/A

GTM0286

N/A

N/A

N/A

SurgeCable, 2 Cable/Satellite Lines

DCXCAB2

N/A

GTM3080

DTK-VSP-A2

N/A

N/A

SurgeEthernet, High Speed Internet

DRJ45D30R

N/A

GTM1010

N/A

M-TELC

N/A

Flushmount Kit

CHSPFMKIT

N/A

GPP8005

N/A

N/A

N/A

NEMA 3R Outdoor Enclosure

CHSPN3R

N/A

GPPP8004

N/A

N/A

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac only

SGXMICROAC

N/A

M2

DTK-3FMF Series

EFI-3ES

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac, Cable

SGXMICROTV

N/A

M2T

DTK-3CFU

N/A

N/A

3 Outlet, Wallmount, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXMICRONET

N/A

M2C

DTK-3FMF Series

W100ET

N/A

7 Outlet, ac Only

SGXMAXAC

N/A

N/A

N/A

P50ES

F5C550, F5C572

7 Outlet, ac, Cable

SGXMAXTV

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

7 Outlet, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXMAXNET

N/A

N/A

DTK-6TA1 Series

P50ET

F5C572-TEL, F5C572-TEL-EXT

8 Outlet, ac Only

SGXULTAC

N/A

SP8

DTK-8FF-S

P1500ES

F5C595, F5H595

8 Outlet, ac, Cable

SGXULTTV

N/A

SP8T

N/A

N/A

N/A

8 Outlet, ac, Telephone Modem

SGXULTNET

N/A

SP8C

DTK-8FF-S

P1500ET

F5C795-TEL, F5C595-TEL, F5C695-TEL, F5C895-TEL

8 Outlet, ac, Cable, Telephone Modem

SGXULT3WAY

N/A

SP8DBS

DTK-DSS

P1500ED

N/A

Lightning Arresters

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Surge Breakers

Service Entrance Titan 65 AR

Accessories

Surge Strips

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Advanced Residential Products Transfer Switch Panels

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Product Description

Transfer Switch Panels

Features, Benefits and Functions

Emergency Generator Panels

Eaton offers two unique emergency power solutions. ■ ■

Manual transfer switches. Emergency generator panels.

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Manual Transfer Switches All Panels are Manufactured in the USA and Meet UL 1008 Indoor Design

Product Description A Transfer Switch Panel is a device that is mounted next to the loadcenter (distribution panel) in the home or small business. The Transfer Switch Panel is used in conjunction with an emergency generator (supplied by others) and serves the purpose of turning selected circuits on and off during a power outage. The Transfer Switch Panel allows the owner to start up a generator and then restore power to critical circuits when utility power is not available. The owner designates which circuits are critical such as their refrigerator and certain lights. Sometimes called Emergency Power Panels, Emergency Generator Panels, Gen. Panels, Transfer Switches or Emergency Panels; Transfer Switch Panels provide the homeowner or small business owner with a safe and easy way to continue using electrical appliances when the utility power is unavailable.

Indoor Design

Outdoor Design ■ ■ ■ ■

Indoor/Outdoor Design ■ ■

Application Description Transfer Switch Panels are most often used in residential, agricultural and light commercial applications. Comfort and safety are key concerns of many homeowners who are dependent on an uninterrupted supply of electricity. The increase in our dependence on power is due in part to the popularity of home offices and in-home health care. Various heavily populated regions of the United States experience periodic power outages due to extreme weather conditions such as ice and snowstorms, heat waves, tornadoes or hurricanes. These regions which include the Pacific Northwest, Atlantic Coast and the Gulf Coast are the strongest markets for portable generators and Transfer Switch Panels.

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Panel and components sold separately. Hardwired generator connection. Ideal for new construction/larger loads. Sturdy copper bus construction. Types (CH and CHNT) breakers are sold separately. Mechanically interlocked main disconnects to prevent paralleling of normal and emergency power source. Indoor and outdoor designs offered.

Panel and components sold separately. Plug-in generator connection. All circuit breakers are included — switching duty rated. Includes dual wattmeters for load balancing. Mechanically interlocked main disconnects prevent paralleling of normal and emergency power source. Indoor and outdoor designs offered.

Standards and Certifications ■ ■

UL 67 listed. UL 1008 listed.

Product Specifications ■

10,000 AIC rating. Switching devices must be circuit breakers. ■ Transfer switch panel must be supplied with neutral and ground. ■ Power inlet box must include a circuit breaker for generator protection. ■

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Technical Data and Specifications

Technical Data and Specifications Table 4-11. Manual Transfer Switch

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Table 4-12. Emergency Generator Panel

Enclosure Dimensions in Inches (mm) Type Height Width

Depth

NEMA 1 16.75 (425.5) NEMA 3R 13.00 (330.2)

3.88 (98.5) 3.56 (90.4)

14.31 (363.5) 11.00 (279.4)

Weight Lbs. (kg)

Enclosure Dimensions in Inches (mm) Type Height Width Depth

Weight – Lbs. (kg)

25 (11) 14 (6)

NEMA 1 13.23 (336.0) 11.41 (289.8) 4.10 (104.1) 24 (11) NEMA 3R 17.12 (434.8) 9.45 (240.0) 7.16 (181.9) 29 (13)

6 Circuit 10 Circuit 26 (12) 31 (14)

Installation Diagrams Utility Power Feed

Emergency Generator Panel

Cutler-Hammer Emergency Power Panel/ Manual Transfer Switch Power Inlet Box* Power Cord*

Utility Power Feed

Power Inlet Box*

Existing Main Power Panel

Power Cord*

Existing Main Power Panel (Loadcenter)

(Loadcenter)

2-Pole, 60 Amp Breaker* to Feed the Emergency Generator Panel From Your Existing Main Power Panel (Loadcenter)

2-Pole, 60 Amp Breaker* to Feed the Emergency Power Panel From Your Existing Main Power Panel Generator*

Hardwired Electrical Connection*

(Loadcenter)

Generator* * Not Included

Figure 4-3. Manual Transfer Switches — Indoor Installation Diagram

Cutler-Hammer Emergency Power Panel/ Manual Transfer Switch

2-Pole, 60 Amp Breaker* to Feed the Emergency Generator Panel From Your Existing Main Power Panel

Existing Main Power Panel

Power Cord*

Prewired Connector for Faster Installation - Included

* Not Included

Figure 4-5. Emergency Generator Panels — Indoor Installation Diagram

Utility Power Feed

Power Inlet Box*

Electrical Wiring or Power Cord*

Emergency Generator Panel

(Loadcenter)

Prewired Connector for Faster Installation Included

2-Pole, 60 Amp Breaker* to Feed the Emergency Power Panel From Your Existing Main Power Panel

Utility Power Feed

(Loadcenter)

Power Cord* Generator*

Hardwired Electrical Connection*

* Not Included

Generator* *Not Included

Figure 4-4. Manual Transfer Switches —Outdoor Installation Diagram

Figure 4-6. Emergency Generator Panels —Outdoor Installation Diagram

Warranty Manual Transfer Switch

Emergency Generator Panel

15-year loadcenter warranty. ■ Lifetime branch breaker warranty. ■ Extend the warranty to 20 years by purchasing an emergency generator panel with surge protection.

15-year loadcenter warranty. Lifetime branch breaker warranty. ■ Extend the warranty to 20 years by purchasing an emergency generator panel with surge protection. ■

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Product Selection — Cross-Reference

Product Selection Table 4-13. Selection Enclosure Watts Number Ampere Main/Emergency Feeder Type of Circuits Rating Ampere Rating Breakers

Included Accessories

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Manual Transfer Switch NEMA 3R 5,000 NEMA 1 10,000

4–8 8 – 16

30 60

Provision Provision

Provision Provision

None None

CH48GEN3060R CH816GEN6060

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Emergency Generator Panel NEMA 1 NEMA 3R NEMA 1 NEMA 3R

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

6 6 6 6

20 20 20 20

60/20 60/20 60/20 60/20

5 – 1P 15 1 – 1P 20 5 – 1P 15 1 – 1P 20 5 – 1P 15 1 – 1P 20 5 – 1P 15 1 – 1P 20

None None 2-Pole Surge Protector 2-Pole Surge Protector

CH6EGEN2060 CH6EGEN2060R CH6EGEN2060SUR CH6EGEN2060RSU

NEMA 1 NEMA 3R NEMA 1 NEMA 3R

7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500

10 10 10 10

30 30 30 30

60/30 60/30 60/30 60/30

6 – 1P 15 2 – 1P 20 1 2P 30 6 – 1P 15 2 – 1P 20 1 2P 30 7 – 1P 15 2 – 1P 20 1 2P 30 7 – 1P 15 2 – 1P 20 1 2P 30

None None 2-Pole Surge Protector 2-Pole Surge Protector

CH10EGEN3060 CH10EGEN3060R CH10EGEN3060SUR CH10EGEN3060RSU

Table 4-14. Accessories Description

Ampere Rating

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Flush Flange Kit (for use with Emergency Generator Panel Only) 10-Foot (3.05 m) Power Cord 10-Foot (3.05 m) Power Cord

— 20 30

CHEGENFKIT CH6EGEN10CORD CH10EGEN10CORD

25-Foot (7.62 m) Power Cord 25-Foot (7.62 m) Power Cord

20 30

CH6EGEN25CORD CH10EGEN25CORD

Power Inlet Box Power Inlet Box

20 30

CH6EGENPIB CH10EGENPIB

Cross-Reference Table 4-15. Cross-Reference Watts

5000 10,000 5000

 

Ampere Rating

Catalog Number Coleman 

Gen/Tran 

EmerGen 

Square D

Generac 

Cutler-Hammer Catalog Number

4–8 8 – 16 6

30 60 20

— — —

— — 20216

— — 6-5000

QO48M30DSGP QO48M60DSGP —

— — —

CH48GEN3060R CH816GEN6060 CH6EGEN2060

6 6 6

20 20 20

— — —

R20216 — —

6-5000 + RTE657 — —

— — —

— — —

CH6EGEN2060R CH6EGEN2060SUR CH6EGEN2060RSU

7500 10 7500 10 7500 10

30 30 30

PA0650080 — —

302110-20 R30211-20 —

10-7500 — 10-7500 + RTE1075 — — —

— — —

CH10EGEN3060 CH10EGEN3060R CH10EGEN3060SUR

7500 10 5000 6 7500 10 5000 6

30 20 30 30

— — — —

— — TRC0603A  —

— — — —

— — 1276-1  —

CH10EGEN3060RSU — — —

5000 5000 5000



Number of Circuits

— — QO48M30DFGPW1 —

Gen/Trans device is not supplied with a power cord. Gen/Trans device is 12,500 maximum watts with 100 ampere utility feed. Device is not supplied with a power cord. Generac device is 7200 maximum watts on 6-circuit device and 12,000 maximum watts on 10-circuit device.

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Advanced Residential Products Portable Generators

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Product Description

Model 1653CH

Model 1654CH

Model 1894CH

4 Model 1653CH

Model 30241

Product Description

Product Description

The Model 1653CH portable generator has the basic power to run power tools or essential items during a power outage. Includes a 6.5 hp Briggs & Stratton GenPower OHV engine for long engine life, better fuel efficiency and quiet operation.

The Model 1654CH heavy-duty generator is dependable, with enough power to run several tools or appliances. Includes a 10 hp Briggs & Stratton GenPower OHV engine for long engine life, better fuel efficiency and quiet operation. Low oil protection helps prevent engine damage. Includes a fuel gauge to help track fuel levels and a Long distance Runner fuel tank which provides up to 13 hours of run time from a 7 gallon tank of fuel.

Multiple Outlet Options ■

Two 120 volt, 20 ampere standard household outlets. ■ One 120/240 volt, 30 ampere locking outlet. ■ Circuit breakers protect generator circuits from overload.

Features, Benefits and Functions 3250 Rated Watts Portable Generator ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

3250 rated watts. 4550 surge watts. 6.5 hp Briggs & Stratton GenPower OHV engine. Up to 3 hours run time. 2-year limited warranty. Quiet spark arrest muffler reduces noise.

Options and Accessories (Included)

Multiple Outlet Options ■

Four 120 volt, 20 ampere standard household outlets. ■ One 120/240 volt, 30 ampere locking outlet. ■ Circuit breakers protect generator circuits from overload.

Features, Benefits and Functions 5550 Rated Watts Portable Generator ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Engine oil. ■ Owner’s manual.

Product Selection Table 4-16. Product Selection Catalog Number 1653CH 1654CH 1894CH

Price U.S. $

5500 rated watts. 8500 surge watts. 10 hp Briggs & Stratton GenPower OHV engine. Up to 13 hours run time. 2-year limited warranty. High impact outlet cover protects outlets. Power Surge alternator has extra storage wattage for starting multiple motors. Super Silencer spark arrest muffler for quiet operation. Pneumatic wheels for all terrain mobility.

Options and Accessories (Included) ■

Wheel kit. One locking-type plug. ■ Engine oil. ■ Owner’s manual. ■

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Model 1894CH

Product Description The Model 1894CH heavy-duty generator is dependable enough for home standby power. When it is not in use as backup power, this unit can be used for power tool applications. Includes a 15 hp Briggs & Stratton OHV Engine. Has full pressure lubrication to ensure long engine life. Also, the pressurized low oil shutdown system will shut down the engine if oil pressure drops too low. Electric start engine makes getting back-up power easy and the Ultra-Quiet spark arrest muffler offers quiet operation.

Multiple Outlet Options ■

Four 120 volt, 20 ampere standard household outlets. ■ One 120/240 volt, 30 ampere locking outlet. ■ One 12 volt dc outlet for battery charging. ■ Circuit breakers protect generator circuits from overload.

Features, Benefits and Functions 7000 Rated Watts Portable Generator ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

7000 rated watts. 12,250 surge watts. 15 hp Briggs & Stratton GenPower OHV engine. Up to 8 hours run time. Pneumatic tires for all-terrain mobility. Battery charging capabilities. Lo-Tone muffler — keeps noise levels to a minimum. Pushbutton electric start. PowerSurge Alternator has extra storage wattage for starting multiple motors. Weather protected control panel.

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Advanced Residential Products Standby Generator Systems

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Product Description

Standby Generator Systems

Portable generator systems are primarily used for smaller homes or for construction sites where temporary power is required. Permanently installed systems are designed for larger homes, small businesses or secondary residences such as vacation

homes, cabins, etc., that require uninterrupted power for critical loads. Eaton highly recommend, that any generator system be installed by a qualified electrician and/or generator installer.

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Application Description 10 kW, 12 kW

All systems allow the user to pre-select critical circuits that will need power during an outage as shown in Table 4-17. When selecting the essential circuits that will be switched to “Backup Power,” it is important that the sum of the combined circuit loads does not exceed the wattage/ amperage capacity of the generator. To help you with your selection of essential circuits, please add up the total wattage of all electrical devices to be connected at one time. This total should NOT be greater than the generator’s wattage capacity. Table 4-17. Circuit Selection

7 kW

Product Description A standby generator system is a package of equipment specifically designed to provide substitute electrical power to a residence in the event of a utility power outage or other emergency. These systems are comprised of a generator, transfer switch, and the connections necessary for installation. The co-branded Briggs & Stratton Power Products/Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer systems are available in three ratings: 7000 W, 10,000 W and 12,000 W. A stand-by generator system consists of a permanently installed 7,000, 10,000 or 12,000 watt generator, hardwired to either a 50 ampere, 10-circuit sub-panel, or a 100 or 200 ampere Cutler-Hammer whole house automatic transfer switch.

Device

Running Watts

Device

Air Conditioner (12,000 Btu)

1700

Hand Drill

Air Conditioner (24,000 Btu)

3800

Iron

Air Conditioner (40,000 Btu)

6000

Jet Pump

800

Battery Charger (20 Amp)

500

Light Bulb

100

Circular Saw (6-1/2-inch)

800 – 1000

Microwave Oven

Clothes Dryer (Electric) Clothes Dryer (Gas)

5750

Milk Cooler

Running Watts 250 – 1100 1200

700 – 1000 1100

700

Oil Burner on Furnace

300

Clothes Washer

1150

Oil Fired Space Heater (140,000 Btu)

400

Coffee Maker

1750

Oil Fired Space Heater (30,000 Btu)

150

Compressor (1 hp)

2000

Oil Fired Space Heater (85,000 Btu)

225

Compressor (1/2 hp)

1400

Radio

Compressor (3/4 hp)

1800

Refrigerator

Curling Iron

700

Slow Cooker

Dehumidifier

650

Submersible Pump (1 hp)

Electric Blanket

400

Electric Range (per element)

1500

Electric Skillet

1250

Freezer

50 – 200 700 200 2000

Submersible Pump (1/2 hp)

1500

Submersible Pump (1-1/2 hp)

2800

Sump Pump

700

Table Saw (10-inch)

Furnace Fan (3/5 hp)

875

Television

Garage Door Opener

500 – 750

Toaster

800 – 1050 1750 – 2000

Standby Generator Systems are most often used in residential, agricultural and light commercial applications. Comfort and safety are key concerns of many homeowners who are dependent on an uninterrupted supply of electricity.

Notes:

The increase in our dependence on power is due in part to the popularity of home offices and in-home health care. Many regions of the United States experience periodic power outages due to extreme weather conditions such as ice and snowstorms, heat waves, tornadoes or hurricanes.

■ The rated wattage of lights can be taken from light bulbs. The rated wattage of tools, appliances and motors can usually be found on a data plate or decal affixed to the device. ■ If the appliance, tool or motor does not give wattage, multiply 120 volts times the ampere rating to determine watts (volts x amps = watts). ■ Some electric motors (induction types) require about three times more watts of power for starting than for running. This surge lasts for only a few seconds. Be sure you allow for this high starting wattage when selecting electrical devices that will be energized by the backup power system: ❑ Figure the watts required to start the largest motor. ❑ Add that to the total running watts of all other connected loads.

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Hair Dryer

200 – 500 1000 – 1650

1200

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Features, Benefits and Functions ■

Features, Benefits and Functions Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer generator systems offer a wide range of features. All systems feature:

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Powerful, reliable Briggs & Stratton, Ford or Isuzu engines. ■ Reliable Cutler-Hammer transfer switches and control systems using switching duty rated circuit breakers. ■ Transfer switches are mechanically interlocked to prevent paralleling of normal and emergency power sources.

Automatic Transfer system features automatic start/stop and provision for using propane or natural gas. Vangard OHV V-Twin engine. Diagnostic panel with remote system status. Weekly exercise function. Automatic battery charger. Run-time meter. Four sound absorbing, weatherprotected panels. CSA, cUL and UL 2200 listed and approved. Briggs & Stratton ELS OHV engine.

■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Standards and Certifications ■

All transfer switches are UL 67 and UL 1008 listed as “Transfer Switches.” ■ All generators are UL 2200 listed.

Product Selection Table 4-18. Home Standby Selection Chart Description

Catalog Number CHGEN7000

CHGEN10000

CHGEN12000

CHGEN15000

10,000 9,000

12,000 11,000

15,000 13,500 125/62.5 112.5/56.3

Price U.S. $

Running Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

7,000 6,000

Rated Amps: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

58.3/29.2 50/25

83.4/41.6 75/37.5

100/50 83.4/41.6

Starting Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

10,500 9,000

12,500 11,250

15,000 13,750

Operation

Fully Automatic

Fully Automatic

Fully Automatic

Run Time

Continuous-base on Fuel Supply

Continuous-base on Fuel Supply

Continuous-base on Fuel Supply

Engine Brand

Briggs & Stratton

Briggs & Stratton

Briggs & Stratton

Engine

540cc ELS

570cc Vanguard

627cc Vanguard

Briggs & Stratton

Engine Type

OHV

OHV V-Twin

OHV V-Twin

Fuel Natural Gas : 1/2 Load Full Load

80 137

84 162

102 195

OHV V-Twin

Fuel LP Vapor : 1/2 Load Full Load

33 56

34.19 65.81

41.03 78.63

RPM

3600

3600

3600

Engine Cooling

Air

Air

Air

Air

Sound Rating

77 dB

70 dB

69 dB

65 dB

3600

System Exerciser

Every 7 Days

Every 7 Days

Every 7 Days

Remote Status

Yes

Yes

Yes

Diagnostic Alerts

4 Functions

7 Functions

7 Functions

Dimensions in Inches (mm)

31.00 x 22.00 x 33.00 (787.4 x 558.8 x 838.2)

40.00 x 22.00 x 23.00 (1016.0 x 558.8 x 584.2)

40.00 x 22.00 x 23.00 (1016.0 x 558.8 x 584.2)

Weight

280 Lbs.

379 Lbs.

384 Lbs.

400

Warranty

2 Years

3 Years

3 Years

4 Years

 

40.00 x 22.00 x 23.00 (1016.0 x 558.8 x 584.2)

Natural gas is in cubic feet per hour. Liquid propane vapor is in feet per hour.

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Technical Data Table 4-18. Home Standby Selection Chart (Continued) Description

Catalog Number CHGEN100001

CHGEN150001

CHGEN175001

CHGEN250001

Price U.S. $

Running Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

10,000 10,000

15,000 15,000

17,500 17,500

25,000 25,000

Rated Amps: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

83.3/41.7 83.3/41.7

125/62.5 125/62.5

145.8/72.9 145.8/72.9

208.3/104.2 208.3/104.2

Isuzu

Isuzu

Isuzu

Isuzu

In-line 4

In-line 4

In-line 4

In-line 4

RPM

1,800

1,800

3,600

3,600

Engine Cooling

Liquid

Liquid

Liquid

Liquid

Sound Rating

76 dB

76 dB

87 dB

88 dB

53.00 x 28.00 x 47.00 (1346.2 x 711.2 x 1194.0)

53.00 x 28.00 x 47.00 (1346.2 x 711.2 x 1194.0)

53.00 x 28.00 x 47.00 (1346.2 x 711.2 x 1194.0)

53.00 x 28.00 x 47.00 (1346.2 x 711.2 x 1194.0)

Starting Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas Operation Run Time Engine Brand Engine Engine Type Fuel Natural Gas : 1/2 Load Full Load Fuel LP Vapor : 1/2 Load Full Load

System Exerciser Remote Status Diagnostic Alerts Dimensions in Inches (mm) Weight

961 Lbs.

994 Lbs.

950 Lbs.

994 Lbs.

Warranty

1 Year

1 Year

1 Year

1 Year

 

Natural gas is in cubic feet per hour. Liquid propane vapor is in feet per hour.

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Technical Data Table 4-18. Home Standby Selection Chart (Continued) Description

Catalog Number CHGEN20000

CHGEN25000

CHGEN30000

CHGEN35000

Price U.S. $

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Running Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

20,000 20,000

25,000 22,500

30,000 30,000

35,000 35,000

Rated Amps: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

166.7/83.3 166.7/83.3

208.3/104.2 188/94

250/125 250/1256

291.7/145.8 291.7/145.8

Ford

Ford

Ford

Ford

In-line 4

In-line 4

V-6

V-6

RPM

1,800

1,800

1,800

1,800

Engine Cooling

Liquid

Liquid

Liquid

Liquid

Sound Rating

79 dB

81 dB

79 dB

79 dB

61.00 x 28.00 x 48.00 (1,549.4 x 711.2 x 1,219.2)

61.00 x 28.00 x 48.00 (1,549.4 x 711.2 x 1,219.2)

85.00 x 35.00 x 61.00 (2,159.0 x 889.0 x 1,549.4)

85.00 x 35.00 x 61.00 (2,159.0 x 889.0 x 1,549.4)

Starting Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas Operation Run Time Engine Brand Engine Engine Type Fuel Natural Gas : 1/2 Load Full Load Fuel LP Vapor : 1/2 Load Full Load

System Exerciser Remote Status Diagnostic Alerts Dimensions in Inches (mm) Weight

1,190 Lbs.

1,219 Lbs.

2,042 Lbs.

2,042 Lbs.

Warranty

1 Year

1 Year

1 Year

1 Year

 

Natural gas is in cubic feet per hour. Liquid propane vapor is in feet per hour.

Discount Symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22CD For more information visit: www.eaton.com

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Technical Data Table 4-18. Home Standby Selection Chart (Continued) Description

Catalog Number CHGEN45000

CHGEN55000

CHGEN7500

Price U.S. $

Running Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

45,000 42,000

55,000 55,000

75,000 70,000

Rated Amps: Liquid Propane Natural Gas

375/187.5 354/177

458.3/229.2 458.3/229.2

625/312.5 583/292

Ford

Ford

Ford

V-6

V-10

V-10

RPM

1,800

1,800

1,800

Engine Cooling

Liquid

Liquid

Liquid

Sound Rating

80 dB

85 dB

85 dB

Dimensions in Inches (mm)

85.00 x 35.00 x 61.00 (2,159.0 x 889.0 x 1,549.4)

95.00 x 36.00 x 61.00 (2,413.0 x 914.4 x 1,549.4)

95.00 x 36.00 x 61.00 (2,413.0 x 914.4 x 1,549.4)

Weight

2,152 Lbs.

2,586 Lbs.

2,696 Lbs.

Warranty

1 Year

1 Year

1 Year

Starting Watts: Liquid Propane Natural Gas Operation Run Time Engine Brand Engine Engine Type Fuel Natural Gas : 1/2 Load Full Load Fuel LP Vapor : 1/2 Load Full Load

System Exerciser Remote Status Diagnostic Alerts

 

Natural gas is in cubic feet per hour. Liquid propane vapor is in feet per hour.

Discount Symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22CD CA08101001E

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Technical Data and Specifications — Product Selection

Automatic Transfer Switches 50, 100 and 200 Ampere

Meter Standby Generator

50 Ampere Indoor Transfer Switch

Sound Shield

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100/200 Ampere Service Panel

Fuel Supply (NG or LP)

50 Ampere Indoor /Outdoor

Air Conditioner

Figure 4-7. 50 Ampere — Indoor Installation — Selected Load Pre-Wired

Standby Generator

Service Disconnect

Meter

100/200 Ampere Outdoor Transfer Switch

100 Ampere Outdoor & 200 Ampere Outdoor

Fully Automatic All of our switches monitor utility and generator voltages and will automatically connect to the appropriate source of power. 100 and 200 ampere switches are capable of ‘whole house’ power transfer in residential/small business applications.

Low Voltage Disconnect

Sound Shield

100/200 Ampere Service Panel

Fuel Supply (NG or LP)

Air Conditioner

Figure 4-8. 100/200 Ampere — Outdoor Installation — Whole House Pre-Wired

Technical Data and Specifications Table 4-19. Selection Chart Specifications or Dimensions

Catalog Number CHGEN50ATS

CHGEN50ATSR

CHGEN100ATSR

CHGEN100ATSRSE

CHGEN200ATSR

CHGEN200ATSRSE

Voltage Circuits Amperes Poles

120/240 10 50 2

120/240 10 50 2

120/240 Whole House 100 2

120/240 Whole House 100 2

120/240 Whole House 200 2

120/240 Whole House 200 2

Frequency UL Listed Withstand Rating Switch Type

50/60 1008 5,000 Relay

50/60 1008 5,000 Relay

50/60 1008 22,000 Mechanically Held

50/60 1008 22,000 Mechanically Held

50/60 1008 25,000 Mechanically Held

50/60 1008 25,000 Mechanically Held

Enclosure Engine Warm-Up

NEMA 1 (indoor) 20/50 seconds

NEMA 3R (outdoor) 20/50 seconds

NEMA 3R (outdoor) 10 seconds

NEMA 3R (outdoor) 10 seconds

NEMA 3R (outdoor) 10 seconds

NEMA 3R (outdoor) 10 seconds

Depth Width Height Weight

4 inches 14.25 inches 21 inches 25 lbs.

4 inches 14.25 inches 21 inches 25 lbs.

5 inches 11 inches 17 inches 26 lbs.

5 inches 14 inches 29 inches 35 lbs.

5 inches 14 inches 29 inches 35 lbs.

5 inches 14 inches 34 inches 45 lbs.

Product Selection Table 4-20. Price List Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

CHGEN50ATS CHGEN50ATSR CHGEN100ATSR CHGEN200ATSR CHGEN100ATRSE CHGEN200ATRSE

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Product Description

StructuredWiringSolutions

Application Description Structured wiring is typically installed in the following areas:

Features, Benefits and Functions ■

Pre-wiring in new construction. ■ Installations in single-unit homes vs. wiring multi-dwelling units. ■ Marketing and installation in production built homes vs. custombuilt homes.

■ ■ ■

Structured Wiring BR00412001E

A system is composed of the following: ■

Product Description Structured wiring is a simple, affordable way to wire a home for state-of-the-art communications, entertainment, and security now and for many years to come. The basic concept is that all telephone, television, satellite, coaxial, audio and data communications cables are wired in a star topology (home run) to each room in the home and terminate at a central distribution panel. This distribution panel allows flexibility for future modifications and/or additions to keep pace with a homeowner’s lifestyle and needs. Structured wiring can also be used as a central hub to interconnect a security system, home automation, HVAC and load control providing a complete system to increase the security, comfort and convenience for a homeowner. Today, the demand for structured wiring is high due to the impact of the Internet and multi-media applications. Ultimately, people will need a home local area network (LAN) to accommodate peripheral devices throughout the home. All indication is that the impact of the Internet and coming of broadband will drive over 80% of structured wiring installations.

A distribution panel is used to distribute outside services like cable TV, telephone, DBS satellite, Internet and the like, to locations throughout the home. ■ Certain services like digital cable, digital satellite, high-speed Internet and HDTV require the second part of the wiring system, high-performance cables, to allow full access throughout the home. ❑ RG-6 coaxial cable for TV and video distribution ❑ Category 5 – telephone and data ■

Each room has a multimedia outlet, which can be customized to users’ specific needs based on what services they want in each room.

Typical Applications Internet Access, Telephone and Fax All at the Same Time ■

Connect multiple computers, faxes and telephones so they work together, yet separately. ■ Access to DSL or cable modem in every room.

Take Home Theater Beyond the TV Room ■ ■

In-house audio distribution. DBS or cable access from any room.

Have 24-Hour Peace of Mind ■

Know your family is safe even if you are not there. ■ Video monitoring, front door surveillance.

Be in Control ■

Connect to a variety of home automation products to control indoor and outdoor lighting, heating/cooling and security systems.

Count on Technology ■

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Meets UL standards — communication circuit accessory. Consumer friendly factoryassembled packages. Accepts CAT5e, RG-6 and optional Fiber Optic wiring. Compact low profile enclosures complete with 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) sheet rock spacers and 110 volt power outlets. Combination telephone and coaxial modules. Connections to interface to a Key System Unit (KSU) or PBX systems. Built-in surge suppression and 20dB bi-directional amplifier. Built-in security RJ31X interface port. 10/100Base-T Ethernet. 10/100 auto switching cable/DSL firewall Internet router. Satellite DBS distribution. Wide range of accessories, including patch cords, telephone line breakout, CAT5e and RG6 inserts. Whole house audio distribution. Patented patch bay design to simplify routing and rerouting signals.

Standards and Certifications UL listed 64EK as Communication Circuit Accessory.

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Product Selection Table 4-21. StructuredWiringSolutions — Dimensions in Inches (mm) Packages

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Dimensions

Mounting

Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg)

Color

Basic Communication Package — basic video and voice distribution

14.5-inch W 18-inch H 4-inch D (368.3 W 457.2 H 101.6 D)

Mounts between 16-inch (406.4) OC studs

16.00 (7.2)

White 4 populated zones (8-CAT5e and 8-RG6 connections)

4 lines to 8 locations (RJ45 with RJ31X for a security system)

Entertainment Upgrade Package — flexible and economical distribution panel that offers amplification and surge protection for coax distribution

14.5-inch W 18-inch H 4-inch D (368.3 W 457.2 H 101.6 D)

Mounts between 16-inch (406.4) OC studs

21.00 (9.5)

White 4 populated zones (8-CAT5e and 8-RG6 connections)

4 lines to 8 locations (RJ45 with RJ31X for a security system)

Education and Home Office Upgrade Package — the ideal package for learning and/or working from home. Patented patch bay design to provide unparalleled ease-of-use when routing or rerouting signals for voice, video and Internet security for homes and small offices

14.5-inch W 36-inch H 4-inch D (368.3 W 914.4 H 101.6 D)

Mounts between 16-inch (406.4) OC studs

34.00 (15.4)

White 6 populated zones (12-CAT5e and 12-RG6 connections, 6-CAT5e patch cords, 6-RG6 coax patch cords, 6-Quad shield)

4 lines to 12 locations (RJ45 with RJ31X for a security system) ■ Surge suppression ■ PBX/KSU connection

Whole-House Audio Package — economically and conveniently distribute high quality sound throughout the home

1 — 8 location audio distribution module 125 watts per channel, up to 8 pairs of 16 AWG, impedance matched for load protection.

Zones

Telephone Distribution

3 — 75-watt volume controls ■ 10 position, 75-watt continuous, plastic decor.

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Ethernet Distribution/ Internet Router

Future Expansion Bays

Capacity

Electrical

Catalog Number

1 input, 8 outputs with 2 pass-through connections for DBS satellite — non-amplified

Available (see products and accessories)

4

Services up to 8 telephone locations and 8 non-amplified TV locations

110 Volt power outlet

CHSWPAK1

Price U.S. $

4

5 inputs, 8 outputs with 4 pass-through connections for DBS satellite (1 input for TV/ CATV; 4 inputs for modulated CCTV, DVD, VCR or SATV signals) ■ 20 dB bi-directional amplifier. ■ Surge suppression.

Available (see products and accessories)

2

Services up to 8 telephone locations and 8 amplified TV locations

110 Volt power outlet

CHSWPAK2

5 inputs, 8 outputs with 2 pass-through connections for DBS satellite (1 input for TV/ CATV; 4 inputs for modulated CCTV, DVD, VCR or SATV signals) ■ 20 dB bi-directional amplifier. ■ Surge suppression.

Internet Router 4 port, 10/100 auto switching cable/DSL firewall Internet router ■ Dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) for LAN configurations. ■ Network address translation (NAT) firewall protection. ■ Key word content filtering and logging. ■ User friendly, Web-based setup wizard.

3

Services up to 6 zones with 2-CAT5e, 2-RG6 and Internet connection

110 Volt power outlet

CHSWPAK4

CHAUDPAK

3 — 1 pair set of 100-watt ceiling mount speakers ■ 2-way indoor, coaxial, flush mounted, 6.5-inch (165.1 mm) polypropylene, 0.75-inch (19.1 mm)

dome swivel, micromesh,12 dB octave crossover, 65 Hz to 20,000 kHz.

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Products and Accessories Whether you choose to personally design StructuredWiringSolutions or if you would like to stock various component packages, the following products and accessories will help you find what you are looking for easily. Table 4-22. Products and Accessories Product Description

Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg)

Catalog Number

QuickNetwork 18-inch (457.2) — Install Can with 110 volt Power and Cover (Metal) QuickNetwork 24-inch (609.6) — Install Can with 110 volt Power and Cover (Metal) QuickNetwork 36-inch (914.4) — Install Can with 110 volt Power and Cover (Metal) QuickNetwork 48-inch (1219.2) — Install Can with 110 volt Power and Cover (Metal)

12 (5.45) 15 (6.81) 20 (9.08) 22 (10.00)

CHQN18 CHQN24 CHQN36 CHQN48

QuickNetwork 18-inch (457.2) — Install Can with 110 volt Power (Metal) QuickNetwork 24-inch (609.6) — Install Can with 110 volt Power (Metal) QuickNetwork 36-inch (914.4) — Install Can with 110 volt Power (Metal) QuickNetwork 48-inch (1219.2) — Install Can with 110 volt Power (Metal)

12 (5.45) 15 (6.81) 20 (9.08) 22 (10.00)

CHQNIC18 CHQNIC24 CHQNIC36 CHQNIC48

QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC18 (Clear Plastic) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC24 (Clear Plastic) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC36 (Clear Plastic) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC48 (Clear Plastic)

7 (3.18) 8 (3.63) 10 (4.54) 14 (6.36)

CHQNCC18C CHQNCC24C CHQNCC36C CHQNCC48C

QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC18 (Metal) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC24 (Metal) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC36 (Metal) QuickNetwork Cover for QNIC48 (Metal)

7 (3.18) 8 (3.63) 10 (4.54) 14 (6.36)

CHQNCC18 CHQNCC24 CHQNCC36 CHQNCC48

Locking cover for CHSP08 or CHSP08R Distribution Panel Locking cover for CHSP16 or CHSP16R Distribution Panel Locking cover for CHSP24, CHSP24R, CHSP32, or CHSP32R Panel

6 (2.72) 9 (4.09) 11 (5.00)

CHCVSP08 CHCVSP16 CHCV24/32

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Distribution Panels

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Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg)

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Modules for QuickNetwork Series Panels 12 Port, 4 Line Telephone Module 2.5 (1.13) Twelve RJ45 ports (CAT5 rated) support four incoming phone lines with speeds up to 100 Mbps. Includes two Amphenol connectors for interface to a Key System Unit (KSU) or PBX. The Amphenol connectors include a shorting block for compatibility with Plain Old Telephone (POTS) lines. Includes surge suppression and one RJ31X port. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

CHMDT124P

12 Port, 4 Line Punchdown Telephone Module 1 (0.45) The 12/4 Punchdown Telephone Module has twelve laceways which support four (4) incoming telephone lines and distribution to up to 12 locations. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

CHMDT124HB

12 Port, 2 Line Telephone Module 1.8 (0.82) This 12 location, 2 line, RJ11 harmonica-style twisted pair module is used for connecting and distributing voice at speeds up to 10 Mbps. Includes twelve (12) RJ11 ports, supports two (2) incoming telephone lines, and includes an Amphenol connector for interface with a telephone Key System Unit (KSU) or PBX. The Amphenol connector includes a shorting block for compatibility with Plain Old Telephones (POTS) lines. Includes surge suppression. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

CHMDT122P

8 Port, 4 Line Telephone Module 8 RJ45 ports support four (4) incoming phone lines. One RJ31X port for security. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1 (0.45)

CHMDT8RJ

16 Port, 4 Line Telephone Module 16 RJ45 ports support four (4) incoming phone lines. One RJ31X port for security. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.25 (0.57) CHMDT16RJ

Combo 4x8 Coax/Phone Distribution Module (with 110 punchdown connectors.) Distributes 1 incoming coax TV line to 4 locations (plus 2 pass-throughs) and 4 telephone lines to 8 locations. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.2 (0.54)

CHMDX48300

Combo 4x8 Coax/Phone Distribution Module (with RJ45 patch connectors.) Distributes 1 incoming coax TV line to 4 locations (plus 2 pass-throughs) and 4 telephone lines to 8 locations. Includes an RJ31X connection. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.1 (0.50)

CHMDC4T8RJ

Combo 8x8 Coax/Phone Distribution Module (with 110 punchdown connectors.) Distributes 1 incoming coax TV line to 8 locations (plus 2 pass-throughs) and 4 telephone lines to 8 locations. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.2 (0.54)

CHMDX88300

Combo 8x8 Coax/Phone Distribution Module (with RJ45 patch connectors.) Distributes 1 incoming coax TV line to 8 locations (plus 2 pass-throughs) and 4 telephone lines to 8 locations. Includes an RJ31X connection. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.2 (0.54)

CHMDC8T8RJ

1x4 Coax Module 1 in, 4 out coax module with 4 pass-through connectors. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1 (0.45)

CHMDC104

1x8 Coax Module 1 in, 8 out coax module with 2 pass-through connectors. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.3 (0.60)

CHMDC108

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Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg)

Catalog Number

5x8 Coax Module 5 in, 8 out coax module with 20 dB bi-directional amplifier, surge protection, and 4 passthrough connectors, and 4 inputs for modulated signals. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3 (1.36)

CHMDC408

5x12 Coax Module 5 in, 12 out coax module with 20 dB bi-directional amplifier, surge protection, and 4 passthrough connectors, and 4 inputs for modulated signals. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3.5 (1.59)

CHMDC412

5x16 Coax Module 5 in, 16 out coax module with 20 dB bi-directional amplifier, surge protection, with 1 direct and 4 inputs for modulated signals. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3.6 (1.63)

CHMDC416

Blank Patch Module Twelve connection ports (2 CAT5 and 2 coax per zone). 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

0.8 (0.36)

CHMDPB

2-Zone Patch Module Twelve connection ports (2 CAT5, 2 coax, and 2 Fiber Optic connections per zone). 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

0.8 (0.36)

CHMDP2

3-Zone Patch Module Twelve connection ports (2 CAT5 and 2 coax per zone). 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

0.8 (0.36)

CHMDP3

4 Location DBS Distribution Module Provides distribution of a dual LNB DBS Digital Satellite Dish signal to 4 locations through a single coax cable without modulation. Each TV location must be connected to a separate DBS receiver where desired. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.7 (0.77)

CHMDDS4

8 Location Audio Distribution Module The Audio Distribution Module allows an audio signal to be distributed to 8 stereo or 16 mono speaker locations. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.0 (0.45)

CHMDAD86

Triple Channel Modulator Module Used for creating in-home television channels for viewing from any TV in the home. Signals from 3 different audio/video sources such as TV, VCR, DVD, DBS, satellite TV, and security cameras may be identified and displayed by any television. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

2.1 (0.95)

CHMDMD03

Door Station Module This module allows the homeowner to speak to visitors at a front door or entry using existing telephones. Includes one door station speaker. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

2.1 (0.95)

CHMDFDS

Price U.S. $

Modules for QuickNetwork Series Panels (Continued)

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Shipping Weight Lbs. (kg)

Catalog Number

8 Port, 10/100Base-T Ethernet Switch Module Used to create a Local Area Network (LAN) by connecting up to 8 computers, printers, scanner, fax machines, etc. Supports data transfer speeds up to 100 Mbps. Stackable. Bridgeable. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3.0 (1.36)

CHMDEN108

5 Port, 10/100Base-T Ethernet Switch Module Used to create a Local Area Network (LAN) by connecting up to 5 computers, printers, scanner, fax machines, etc. Supports data transfer speeds up to 100 Mbps. Stackable. Bridgeable. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3.0 (1.36)

CHMDEN105

5 Port, 10Base-T Ethernet Switch Module Used to create a Local Area Network (LAN) by connecting up to 5 computers, printers, scanner, fax machines, etc. Supports data transfer speeds up to 10 Mbps. Stackable. Bridgeable. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

3.0 (1.36)

CHMDEN10

Web Safe Internet Router Module This web safe Internet router includes a built-in 4 port, 100 Mbps Ethernet switch, content filtering and hacker protection. 12-inch (304.8) form factor.

4.0 (1.82)

CHMDRP114

8 Location Audio Distribution Module For use in QuickNetwork panels. The Audio Distribution Module allows an audio signal to be distributed to 8 stereo or 16 mono speaker locations. 6-inch (152.4) form factor.

1.0 (0.45)

CHMDAD86

75 Watt Volume Control

2.0 (0.91)

CHAUD75VC

35 Watt Volume Control

2.0 (0.91)

CHAUD35VC

Speakers, In-Wall (set of 2) 6.5-inch (165.1) Poly Woofer, .75 (19.1) Tweeter. Surround Sound capable.

9.0 (4.09)

CHAUDW65

Speakers, In-Ceiling (set of 2) 6.5-inch (165.1) Poly Woofer, 1-inch (25.4) Swivel Tweeter. Surround Sound capable.

9.0 (4.09)

CHAUDC65

Speakers, Outdoor (set of 2) 5.5-inch (139.7) Poly Woofer, .75 (19.1) Tweeter, Black. Surround Sound capable.

9.0 (4.09)

CHAUDO55B

9.0 (4.09)

CHAUDO55W

Price U.S. $

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Entertainment System Components

Speakers, Outdoor (set of 2) 5.5-inch (139.7) Poly Woofer, .75 (19.1) Tweeter, White

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Shipping Weight Lbs.(kg)

Catalog Number

2 Pair, CAT3 Telephone Patch Cord, 36 inches (914.4) 2 Pair, CAT3 Telephone Patch Cord, 8 inches (203.2) 2 Pair, CAT3 Telephone Patch Cord, 24 inches (609.6)

0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05)

CHPCT2 CHPCT21 CHPCT22

4 Pair, CAT5 Telephone Patch Cord, 36 inches (914.4) 4 Pair, CAT5 Telephone Patch Cord, 8 inches (203.2) 4 Pair, CAT5 Telephone Patch Cord, 24 inches (609.6)

0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05)

CHPCT4 CHPCT41 CHPCT42

RG6-rated Mini Digital Cable, 8 inches (203.2) RG6-rated Mini Digital Cable, 14 inches (355.6) RG6-rated Mini Digital Cable, 24 inches (609.6) RG6-rated Mini Digital Cable, 36 inches (914.4)

0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05)

CHPCCXM CHPCCXM1 CHPCCXM2 CHPCCXM3

ST Fiber Optic Patch Cord, 36 inches (914.4)

0.1 (0.05)

Price U.S. $

Patch Cords and Miscellaneous

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CHPCFO

Single Channel Modulator 1.0 (0.45) Used for creating an in-home television channel for viewing from any TV in the home. A signal from audio/video sources such as TV, VCR, DVD, DBS, satellite TV, and security cameras may be identified and displayed by any television.

CHMOD01

Triple Channel Modulator Attach to a home entertainment center for creating an in-home television channel for viewing from any TV in the home. A single signal from audio/video sources such as TV, VCR, DVD, or satellite TV may be identified and displayed by any television. For multiroom video distribution, a separate Triple Channel Modulator (part #MDMD or HBMD) must be installed in the distribution panel.

1.0 (0.45)

CHMOD03

Telephone Line Breakout Module Connects up to 4 devices (phone, fax, DSL or cable modem, etc.) to a single CAT5 jack, with one pass-through connection.

1.0 (0.45)

CHLBO1

CAT5e Insert Jack for Distribution Panel (includes Blue Bezel, part #BZ5N.) These Category 5e twisted pair, RJ45 jacks include punch down diagrams for 568A or 568B configurations.

0.1 (0.05)

CHML5N

Coax Insert for Distribution Panels Yellow color.

0.1 (0.05)

CHMLCN

ST-Style Fiber Optic Inserts for Distribution Panels Used to populate any fiber optic-compatible FutureSmart Distribution panel. Red with red dust cap.

0.1 (0.05)

CHMLFN

CAT5 Bezel Insert for Distribution Panel connectors Blue.

0.1 (0.05)

CHBZ5N

Icon Insert for CAT5 Modules Computer/Data Icon, wheel of 16.

0.1 (0.05)

CHIIDT

Icon Insert for CAT5 Modules Telephone/Voice Icon, wheel of 16.

0.1 (0.05)

CHIITP

0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05) 0.1 (0.05)

CHBLNW CHBLNR CHBLNY CHBLNB

CHPSV110

Inserts

Blank Insert for Distribution Panel — White Blank Insert for Distribution Panel — Red Blank Insert for Distribution Panel — Yellow Blank Insert for Distribution Panel — Blue

Power Supplies 110 Vac Power Supply for all Coax Hubs and Modules (CHHBC408, CHHBC412, CHHBC416, CHMDC408, CHMDC412, CHMDC416)

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Cross-Reference Table 4-23. Cross-Reference (Most Commonly Used Components) Cutler-Hammer Square D

CHSWPAK1

SDM18BW + SDM18CW + SDM26P14V

Pass & Seymour/ Legrand

OnQ

Cooper Wiring Devices

GE Smart

Open House

Home Director

Siemon Leviton Home Cabling System

1267077-01 + 5570 – DC-SY0100/ — 1267062-01 + Multi-Media DC-SY0400/ 363855-03 Manager DC-SY0425/ DC-SY0800

SP01

HC-K2-AJLN-80

Greyfox UStec

47605-BTV – — Type SMC-140

TGS200/tecReady MDU/tecLAN MDU/ iLAN400/tecReady 400/tecReady 800/ tecReady 1600/ tecLAN 400 tecLAN 800/ tecLAN 1600

CHSWPAK2

SDM18BW + — SDM18CW + SDM46P + SDM38VBIR + SDM11VMB + SDM4AC

1267077-01 + — 1267062-01 + 363468-02

DC-SY0430/ — DC-SY0825/ DC-SY0830

BL01/PL00 —

CHSWPAK4

SDM18BW + — SDM18CW + SDM46P + SDM38VBIR + SDM8D + SDM5DE + SDM4AC

1267077-01 + — 1267062-01 + 363855-03 + 364415-01

47605-ASO – — Type SMC-140

CHAUDPAK

CHQN18

SDM18BW + SDM18CW

HNE-1414 - 14 1267077-01/ + TRIM-1414 or 363474-01 HNE-1421 + TRIM-KIT Comprehensive or TRIMKIT2 Basic

H218A/ HC18A

HC-ENCL-10-80 10-inch Enclosure

47605-14W E-Series/ Type SMC-140 S-Series

UX75

CHQN24

364257-01/ 363475-01

HC-ENCL-2-80

47605-28W – D-Series Type SMC-280

FX-100/FX-410

CHQN36

SDM36BW + SDM36CW

(2) HNE-1421 + TRIM-42 DoubleHeight Kit

363476-01

H236A/ HC36A

NCCR01 + HC-ENCL-36-80 NCCR05 or NCCR04

47605-42W – P-Series Type SMC420

UX75 + UX100

CHMDT8RJ

SDM46P/ SDM48P/ SDM48PX

RTM-7544/ RTM-7556

363940-01/ 363941-01

5571

H616/H618 T01/T02/ T04/T06/ T07/T08

HC-110-80-100/ HC-110B-80-100/ HC110-JP6-80/ HC-110-JP12-80

47689-B

F7556

TPDM6R

RTM-1379/ RTM7542/ HOF-7547

H619

47605-C5B

F1475/ F7542

CHMDT416100 —

T05

CHMDT124P

H611 - 4

CHLBO1

364260-01

YA4-A3-U1

47609

CHML5N

364289-01

5546W

MX5-F(XX)

40838

CHPCT42

363201-25

5500-3GY

H691/H692 —

52455-3

CHMDC108

SDM13VS/ SDM14VS

VDM-7577/ VDM-7585/ VDM-7624

364224-01

5573

H838HHR/ V08 H838BID

HC-RF-8HS

47690-8C2

F7585/ F7577

CX4X4U-SI

CHMDC408

SDM16VAB/ SDM38VBIR

VDM-7583/ VDM-7621/ VDM-7623

363468-02/ 363469-02

H816BID

V02

47690-38B

F7621

CXAMP8

CHMDC412

VDM-7622/ VDM-7626

F7622

CAAMP16

CHMDDS4

364228-01

CXDM8

CHMLCN

364297-01

MX5-F(XX)

40831-BI

CHPCCXM2

CHMDX88300

47603-BTV

UX-220

CHMDC8T8RJ

SDM26P14V/ SDM46P14V

47603-BHN

CHMDP3

CHMDPB

CHMDEN10

SDM8D/ SDM5DE

CNS5-10100BT 364235-02/ 364411-01

H628/ E01/F01 H629/H635

47605-ETX/ 47605-EH

F7546

CHMDENR100

F7561

TP10-100BT

CHAUD75VC

AVC-W

40841-DI

CHAUDC65

SPK-4/SPK-65/ — SPK-8

40891-W

CHMDAD86

AVC-7537

A01

48211-6A

F7537

363530-01

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FIRE-GUARD Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI)

CH115AF

BR115AF

Product Description Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer FIRE-GUARD Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) is a residential circuit breaker with an integrated processor which recognizes the unique current and/or voltage signatures associated with arcing faults, and acts to interrupt the circuit to reduce the likelihood of an electrical fire. With the FIRE-GUARD AFCI, protection from arcing faults is combined with conventional thermal and magnetic overloads as found in standard residential circuit breakers protecting wiring from excessive heat or damage due to overloading or short circuits. FIRE-GUARD AFCI can also be equipped with 5 mA ground fault protection to protect from personal shock hazards. Now, there is a residential circuit breaker that provides protection from arcing faults, conductor damage due to thermal overloads and short circuits, as well as 5 mA ground fault protection in one integrated design.

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Arcs in Wiring

Background

Parallel Arcs

Prior to the FIRE-GUARD AFCI, present-day residential circuit breakers were designed to protect wiring from excessive heating by opening automatically when an overload condition was present. These breakers typically contain a bimetal and magnetic trip element. During low current overloads, heating of the bimetal element causes the breaker to unlatch the contact-separation mechanism, turning power off in the affected circuit. For high overcurrent conditions, such as short circuits, the high magnetic field associated with high current flow causes the “instantaneous tripping” of the breaker mechanism. The breaker response time is a function of the circuit current and time, with faster response at higher currents. In particular, the circuit breaker Time versus Current characteristics, is selected to prevent conductor damage. Present overcurrent devices, such as circuit breakers and fuses, represent a major safety feature in today’s residences. They prevent excessive temperatures in the conductors or conductor insulation and they reduce the incidence of household fires, to a great extent, through their prevention of overheating effects. The response time of present-day circuit breakers is determined solely by the duration and magnitude of the circuit overcurrent. This response is adequate to protect the wiring if the circuit wiring integrity has been maintained. However, once this integrity has been compromised via broken wires or deteriorated insulation, electric arcs can occur. These arcs are characterized by a plasma flame which can release temperatures in excess of 6000ºC. An arcing fault can go undetected by a thermal, as well as magnetic trip element. The challenge answered by the FIRE-GUARD AFCI is to enhance circuit protection by identifying the presence of arcing faults, and responding to their presence by opening the circuit in times which are faster than standard circuit breakers. By integrating custom electronics into a present-day circuit breaker, the FIRE-GUARD meets the challenge and offers enhanced protection from household fires.

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Electrical arcs can be placed into two categories. The most familiar and dramatic arcs in residential wiring are associated with short circuit arcs between two conductors. In a parallel arc, the load is paralleled by the arcing fault. An example would be the accidental severing of the power cord and a hedge trimmer or other power tool. A less obvious example would be the deterioration of insulation in the wiring behind a wall, due for example, to the cumulative effect of electrical surges, heat or moisture over many years. A parallel arc can often “sputter” on and off for extended periods of time without detection, increasing the risk of fire.

Series Arcs Arcs can also occur at a break in a single conductor. These series arcs are relatively low current since they are in a series with the load. In practice, it is difficult to sustain such arcs since copper-to-copper arcing is unsustainable at 125 Vac. However, such arcing can occur in the presence of carbonized insulation. The arcs are typically sputtering and intermittent in nature, and tend to alert the homeowner since they lead to intermittent device operation such as flickering lighting loads. In Figure 4-9 (Page 4-32) residential wiring has been divided into four zones. The Cutler-Hammer FIRE-GUARD AFCI will provide parallel arc detection and protection in Zones 1, 2 and 3 and it will respond to arcing to ground in all three of these zones. FIRE-GUARD AFCI responds to series arcs in two conductor plus ground fixed premises wiring (Type N-B wire) of Zone 1.

Types of AFCIs The 2005 NEC allows current AFCI products (branch/feeder AFCIs) or a 2nd type of AFCI (combination type) to be installed. The UL AFCI standard defines a combination AFCI as “meeting the requirements for both branch/feeder and outlet circuit AFCIs.”

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As of July 2005, combination AFCIs are not available from any manufacturer. These should not be confused with the dual-listed Cutler-Hammer AFCI/GF breakers that are available today from Eaton’s electrical business. Eaton AFCIs include both ground fault and arc fault protection. The ground fault threshold is either 30 mA or 5 mA (listed to UL 943). A study conducted by UL has shown that such dual-listed devices are effective in mitigating the effects of a glowing contact. A UL STP (Standards Technical Panel) is now considering adding a ground fault protection test to UL 1699. A combination AFCI has the same functionality as a branch/feeder AFCI with the additional ability to detect low-level arcs.

Application Data ■

FIRE-GUARD AFCI circuit breakers can be applied to all residential, commercial and industrial 15 and 20 ampere, 120/240 Vac applications utilizing a loadcenter approved for use with Cutler-Hammer Type CH or BR circuit breakers. FIRE-GUARD AFCI circuit breakers are to be applied in applications where you want to reduce the risk of electrical fires caused by electrical arcing, as well as protect conductors from overcurrents and short circuits. The single-pole FIRE-GUARD AFCI breaker is applied in single-phase 120 Vac applications. The 2-pole common trip FIRE-GUARD AFCI breaker is applied in 3-wire 120/240 Vac 3-wire circuits and 240 Vac circuits sourced by 120/240 Vac. The 2-pole independent trip FIRE-GUARD AFCI breaker is applied in 120 Vac multi-wired circuits utilizing a shared neutral (often referred to as a home-run circuit). The FIRE-GUARD AFCI/GFCI breaker can be used when AFCI (UL 1699) and 5 mA GFCI (UL 943) protection is required. The FIRE-GUARD AFCI can be used in conjunction with a downstream GFCI device such as a receptacle or ground fault relay.

All FIRE-GUARD AFCI type breakers are HACR rated. ■ All FIRE-GUARD AFCI 15 and 20 ampere breakers are SWD rated. The 2-pole AFIT (Arc Fault Independent Trip) breaker is required for shared neutral circuits. In many cases, contractors will run one of 3-conductor wire in lieu of two runs of 2-conductor wire. (Note: When discussing the number of conductors in NM-B cable, the ground wire is not counted. Therefore, the 3-conductor NM-B has two hot and one neutral wire.) This wiring method saves a considerable amount of labor. The 3-conductor is connected to two individual circuit breakers, and the two circuits share the neutral and ground wires. AFCI breakers wire in the same manner as GFCI in that the neutral wire is brought back and connected to the breaker, and the pigtail of the breaker is wired to the neutral bar. In a shared neutral application, since two circuits are sharing one neutral wire, it is impossible to connect the one neutral wire to two individual circuit breakers. The AFIT allows for both circuits to share the neutral wire.

Technical Data and Specifications Impact of Arc Fault Breakers The FIRE-GUARD AFCI represents a major step forward in electrical safety: a step which is expected to have a major impact on the quoted fire statistics. In particular, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has reported that more than 35 percent of all electrical wiring fires are associated with the fixed wiring in Zone 1, and the present AFCI will respond to both parallel and series arcs in this zone (see Figure 4-9). The Task Force of the NEMA Molded Case Circuit Breaker Section also analyzed fire statistics provided by a major insurance company. Figure 4-10 shows the percentage of electrical fires associated with the various zones. This figure again indicates that many fires are associated with Zone 1, with statistics similar to those reported by CPSC.

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In addition to detecting and interrupting potentially dangerous arcs in Zone 1, the present AFCI would also detect parallel arcs in Zones 2 and 3, and respond to all arcs to ground (see Figure 4-9). As such, the circuit breaker and AFCI represent a major safety improvement over the presentday circuit breakers. It must be noted that AFCIs will mitigate the effect of arcing faults, but will not eliminate them completely. Even under optimum conditions, there will always be at least one arcing halfcycle, and this could cause ignition at high currents.

Figure 4-9. Division of residential wiring into four zones. Zone 0 is associated with the meter, meter socket and service cable; Zone 1 with the loadcenter and the fixed premise wiring; Zone 2 with the wiring between the receptacles and the loads; and Zone 3 with the appliances and other loads.

Figure 4-10. Percentage of Electrical Fires Associated with the Zones Defined in Figure 4-9.

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Typical Causes of Arcing Faults

TYPE

CABLE

Arcing faults can occur in homes, apartments, or any other residential dwellings where there is deterioration in wire insulation caused by one or more of these hazardous situations.

Figure 4-11. When cable has been punctured by a nail or stapled too tightly against a stud, the insulation can be severed and arcing can occur.

Figure 4-12. Damaged, abused or worn extension cords can pose an arcing situation.

Table 4-24. Protection Capabilities Protection Device

Type of Protection

Circuit Breaker with Thermal Arc Fault Circuit Magnetic Interruption (AFCI) AFCI Circuit Breaker with Thermal AFCI and GFCI Magnetic

Protects conductor against overload Protects conductor against short circuits Reduces risk of electrical fires started by arcing faults Protects conductor against overloads Protects conductor against short circuits

GFCI Circuit Board (5 mA leakage detection)

Protects people from fatal electric shock

AFCI

Reduces risk of electrical fires started by arcing faults

Standards and Certifications ■

Cutler-Hammer AFCIs are listed to UL 1699, the standard for arc fault circuit interrupters and UL 489, the standard for circuit breakers. ■ AFCIs with 5 mA GFCI protection are available that meet UL 943, the standard for ground fault circuit interrupters. ■ NEC 210.12 – 2002 NEC A. Definition — An arc fault circuit interrupter is a device intended to provide protection from the effects of arc faults by recognizing characteristics unique to arcing and by functioning to de-energize the circuit when an arc fault is detected. B. Dwelling Unit Bedrooms — All branch circuits that supply 125-volt, single-phase, 15- and 20-ampere outlets installed in dwelling unit bedrooms shall be protected by an arc fault circuit interrupter listed to provide protection of the entire branch circuit.

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Proposed NEC 210.12 – 2005 NEC A. Definition — An arc fault circuit interrupter is a device intended to provide protection from the effects of arc faults by recognizing characteristics unique to arcing and by functioning to de-energize the circuit when an arc fault is detected. B. Dwelling Unit Bedrooms — All branch circuits that supply 125-volt, single-phase, 15- and 20-ampere outlets installed in dwelling unit bedrooms shall be protected by an arc fault circuit interrupter, combination type, listed to provide protection of the entire branch circuit. Branch/ feeder AFCIs are allowed to be used until January 1, 2008.

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Product Selection

120/240 Vac Source N A B

Table 4-25. Type CH 3/4-Inch (19.1 mm) Wide FIRE-GUARD AFCI Circuit Breakers

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Poles

Ampere Rating

Configuration

Catalog Number

Single-Pole 10 kAIC

15

AFCI AFCI with GFCI AFCI in Clamshell Package

CH115AF CH115AFGF CH115AFCS

AFCI AFCI with GFCI AFCI in Clamshell Package

CH120AF CH120AFGF CH120AFCS

15

AFCI Common Trip AFCI Independent Trip AFCI Common Trip with GFCI

CH215AF CH215AFIT CH215AFGF

20

AFCI Common Trip AFCI Independent Trip AFCI Common Trip with GFCI

CH220AF CH220AFIT CH220AFGF

20

Double-Pole 10 kAIC 

 

Price U.S. $

Line B

1 Pole Neutral 120 V Duplex Receptacle

Neutral

Equipment Ground

Figure 4-13. Single-Pole Single 120 Volt Load Application Sourced by 120/240 Vac

Common trip refers to 2-pole 240 volt load application sourced by 120/240 Vac (See Figure 4-15). Independent trip refers to 2-pole shared neutral circuits (see Figure 4-14 and Figure 4-16).

120/240 Vac Source N A B Line B

Table 4-26. Type BR 1-Inch (25.4 mm) Wide AFCI Circuit Breakers Poles

Single-Pole 10 kAIC

Ampere Rating

Configuration

15

AFCI AFCI with GFCI AFCI in Clamshell Package

BR115AF BR115AFGF BR115AFCS

AFCI AFCI with GFCI AFCI in Clamshell Package

BR120AF BR120AFGF BR120AFCS

AFCI Common Trip AFCI Independent Trip AFCI Common Trip with GFCI

BR215AF BR215AFIT BR215AFGF

AFCI Common Trip AFCI Independent Trip AFCI Common Trip with GFCI

BR220AF BR220AFIT BR220AFGF

20

Double-Pole 10 kAIC 

15

20

 

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

2 Pole Neutral Neutral

2-120 V Duplex Receptacles

Line A Equipment Ground

Figure 4-14. 2-Pole Shared Neutral with Multi-Duplex Receptacle Application

Common trip refers to 2-pole 240 volt load application sourced by 120/240 Vac (See Figure 4-15). Independent trip refers to 2-pole shared neutral circuits (see Figure 4-14 and Figure 4-16).

120/240 Vac Source N A B Line B

Table 4-27. UL Classified AFCIs Poles

Ampere Rating

Configuration

Catalog Number

Price U.S. $

Type CL 1-Inch Wide per Pole Classified Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters — Fit Square D HOMELINE, GE, Siemens, Murray, Thomas & Betts and Crouse-Hinds Loadcenters Single-Pole

15 20

AFCI AFCI

CL115AF CL120AF

15 20

AFCI/GFCI AFCI/GFCI

CL115AFGF CL120AFGF

Type CHQ 3/4-Inch Wide per Pole Classified Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters — Fit Square D QO Loadcenters Single-Pole

15 20

AFCI AFCI

CHQ115AF CHQ120AF

15 20

AFCI/GFCI AFCI/GFCI

CHQ115AFGF CHQ120AFGF

2 Pole Line A

240 V Duplex Receptacle

Neutral Equipment Ground

Figure 4-15. 2-Pole 240 Volt Load Application Sourced by 120/240 Vac

120/240 Vac Source N A B Line B Line A

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2 Pole

Neutral

Neutral 120 V Duplex Receptacle (With Line Side Jumper Removed) Equipment Ground

Figure 4-16. 2-Pole Shared Neutral with Duplex Receptacle Application Discount Symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22CD

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