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TXQB2130

General Electric / GE Molded Case Circuit Breakers

MOLDED CASE, THERMAL MAGNETIC, INTERNAL COMMON TRIP TYPE, 2 INCH W X 2 3/8 INCH D X 3 9/32 INCH H SIZE, AQ SERIES PANELBOARD USED ON, 14 TO 8 AWG (COPPER)/12 TO 8 AWG (ALUMINUM) WIRE SIZE, UL APPROVAL, 120/240 VAC VOLTAGE RATING, 1 INCH BOLT ON MOUNTING, 65 KILOAMPERE INTERRUPTING RATING, 30 AMPERE CURRENT RATING, 2 POLE(S), LUG LOAD TERMINAL TERMINAL TYPE, TXQB MODEL Molded Case Circuit Breakers from General Electric / GE

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TXQB2130 Product Details & Specifications
Item ID TXQB2130
Manufacturer General Electric / GE
TypeTXQB
Amperage30
Poles2
Voltage240
AIC65000
Description MOLDED CASE, THERMAL MAGNETIC, INTERNAL COMMON TRIP TYPE, 2 INCH W X 2 3/8 INCH D X 3 9/32 INCH H SIZE, AQ SERIES PANELBOARD USED ON, 14 TO 8 AWG (COPPER)/12 TO 8 AWG (ALUMINUM) WIRE SIZE, UL APPROVAL, 120/240 VAC VOLTAGE RATING, 1 INCH BOLT ON MOUNTING, 65 KILOAMPERE INTERRUPTING RATING, 30 AMPERE CURRENT RATING, 2 POLE(S), LUG LOAD TERMINAL TERMINAL TYPE, TXQB MODEL Molded Case Circuit Breakers from General Electric / GE

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