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Schneider Electric Federal Pioneer Single Pole 15 Amp Stab-lok Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter Breaker

Model # NA15AFICP|Store SKU # 1000112733

Overview

Model # NA15AFICP Store SKU # 1000112733

As of January 2002, the Canadian Electrical code requires the use of Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCIs) in all branch circuits that supply outlets in bedrooms for new residential construction. In addition to your bedrooms, consider using arc fault circuit interrupters for other living areas of the home to increase your protection and added peace of mind. Arc faults have the potential to occur throughout the home because there are so many ways for them to start. A few of the typical conditions where arc faults may start include: damaged wires, worn electrical insulation, loose electrical connections, overheated or stressed electrical cords. DISCLAIMER: Stab-lok AFIs are suitable for replacement use only (should someone have an AFI that stops working) or for use on circuits in a house that do not require CAFI protection as defined in the 2015 CEC. Any circuits exempt from the CAFI requirements can be upgraded from a circuit breaker to an AFI circuit breaker for additional protection.

  1. Detects unintended arc faults, overloads and short circuits
  1. Patented digital technology to provide unequalled protection against electrical fires.
  1. Requires 2 spaces in loadcentre
  1. Familiar installation procedure - Installation is similar to that of a ground-fault circuit interrupter.

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
3
Assembled Height (in inches)
4.5
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
0.7
Assembled Width (in inches)
2
Packaged Depth (in inches)
3
Packaged Height (in inches)
4
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
0.7
Packaged Width (in inches)
1

Details

Amperage (amps)
15
Amperage (amps)
15
Breaker Type
Single Pole
Certified
Country of Origin
MX-Mexico
Interruption Type
AFCI
Mounting Type
Plug-On
Package Quantity
1
Voltage (volts)
120 Volts
Works With (Smart Home)
None

Warranty / Certifications

Call Customer Care 1-800-565-6699
Single Pole 15 Amp Stab-lok Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter BreakerSchneider Electric  Federal Pioneer Single Pole 15 Amp Stab-lok Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter BreakerAs of January 2002, the Canadian Electrical code requires the use of Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCIs) in all branch circuits that supply outlets in bedrooms for new residential construction. In addition to your bedrooms, consider using arc fault circuit interrupters for other living areas of the home to increase your protection and added peace of mind. Arc faults have the potential to occur throughout the home because there are so many ways for them to start. A few of the typical conditions where arc faults may start include: damaged wires, worn electrical insulation, loose electrical connections, overheated or stressed electrical cords. DISCLAIMER: Stab-lok AFIs are suitable for replacement use only (should someone have an AFI that stops working) or for use on circuits in a house that do not require CAFI protection as defined in the 2015 CEC. Any circuits exempt from the CAFI requirements can be upgraded from a circuit breaker to an AFI circuit breaker for additional protection.
Schneider Electric Federal Pioneer
1000112733
Single Pole 15 Amp Stab-lok Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter Breaker is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 8.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from FPE Schnieder Arc Fault not approved I bought two of these breakers as the Code has required Arc Fault protection for residential receptacles since the adoption of 2015 CEC. These DO NOT meet the code requirement of 26-724(f) 2015 and 26-656(1) 2018 that the breaker is required to provide combination Arc-Fault protection meaning both series and parallel fault protection. These breaker do not meet this requirement and are NOT APPROVED for use in Canada. Combination Arc-Fault breakers will have markings as such "CAFCI". As a result my recent inspection was FAILED on this bases and dead front combination arc fault was required. LEVITON# AFRBF-XKW as Schneider does not manufacture a combination arc-fault breakers.
Date published: 2021-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not meet code This is an arc fault breaker and not a combination arc fault breaker. Electrical Safety Authority requires a combination arc fault break to be installed to meet local electrical codes there for this breaker is not allowed to be used for an install
Date published: 2021-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Is not a COMBINATION Arc Fault breaker!!! A large competitor website has a disclaimer very visible with this product stating that it does not meet current electrical code requirements as it's not a Combination arc fault device and that it's for repair purposes only. It would have been very helpful if you had the same disclaimer. My final inspection failed because my electrician assumed that any current products carried by Home Depot would meet existing requirements.
Date published: 2020-11-23
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If combination AFCI breaker is not available from Federal Pioneer, is there a compatible Combination AFCI breaker that can be used? Schneider brand? I am finishing the basement and need to source a breaker otherwise I have to install a 3 cct subpanel. 

Asked by: Dragonj
There is another option...if you run armoured cable to your first outlet you can use an Arc Fault receptacle..We quite often run emt or bx to a series of boxes located next to the panel and install faceless arc faults or arc fault plugs. Then run the remainder of the circuit in loomex. Ask your local Inspector and he will explain it for you, might even draw a picture.
Answered by: Reds 16
Date published: 2021-04-26

Is this a newer type COMBINATION AFCI with protection from both series (loose wire) and parallel (short to neutral or ground) arcing? Or is it an older type ordinary AFCI with only parallel (short to neutral or ground) arcing protection?

Asked by: mechtech
The combination AFCI is not available in the Federal Pioneer breaker format. This Stab-lok AFCI follows the 2002 arc fault code.
Answered by: Square D Product Expert
Date published: 2021-10-31

does this need to be wired with coloured romex

Asked by: london
Hi London, No this does not require to be wired with coloured romex to have the breaker be functional. Please do check with the local codes to see if this is a requirement. I hope this helps.
Answered by: OnlineAssociate
Date published: 2020-03-14
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