*Limited availability. NOT RETURNABLE. Final Sale. Free shipping.
Due to some customers attempt to return their old breaker for a full refund, we decided to make this item nonrefundable and nonreturnable. Each breaker is brand new, has a serial number, a date stamp that we record and verify for each shipment.
The GE 60 Amp. Double-Pole GFCI Circuit Breaker features a ground-fault trip level. The breaker is intended for use as a GFCI breaker rated for up to 240 volts with a plug-in design for easy installation, use with spas, hot tub, water heater and swimming pool panels. Other applications include Service Entrance, Temp Power, RV Equipment & Spa Panels.
- THQL2160GFT (New Generation with self test feature)
- Previous part numbers: THQL2160GF1 THQL2160GFI THQL2160GF
- GE Brand
- Latest version; code required Self Test feature
- Double Pole, 60A GFCI Breaker
- 2P 60A 240V GFI
- 60-Amp Rated wiring required
- 120/240V AC
- GFCI GE THQL Type Breaker
- GFCI circuit breaker for spa panels, hot tub panels etc..
- Wire Range #14-8 AWG CU / #12-8 AWG Al
- Class A 5mA Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter
- ANSI certified and CSA and UL listed
- Plug-in design for easy installation
- Dimensions: H 4-1/2" x W 2" x D 2-5/16"
- UPC: 783164485394
Frequently Asked Question:
Why are Standard Ground Fault Breakers Being Changed to Ground Fault Breakers with Self-Test?
- (GFT) Self-test functionality is a mandatory UL requirement on all GFCI devices commencing in June of 2015. This variant of the GFCI ensures its ground fault circuitry is functioning properly by automatically running diagnostic testing on a periodic basis. Should a problem be detected, the circuit breaker will trip and will need to be replaced. The GE GFCI Self-Test does everything a circuit breaker does and it helps protect people against dangerous electrical shock caused by ground faults. Whenever it detects a ground fault, it almost instantaneously shuts off power, helping to prevent an electrical shock. Self-test functionality is a mandatory UL requirement commencing in June of 2015 on all GFCI devices.