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

Model # NA15AFICP|Store SKU # 1000112733

Overview
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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.

  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)
4.5
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
0.53
Packaged Width (in inches)
2

Details

Certified
Yes
Country of Origin
MX-Mexico

Warranty / Certifications

Call Customer Care 1-800-565-6699
Single Pole 15 Amp Stab-lok Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter BreakerPhoto of productAs 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.
Schneider Electric
1000112733
CAD121
The Home Depot Canada
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