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General Electric Molded Case Circuit Breakers are used to provide reliable circuit protection in switchboards, motor control centers and lighting applications. Downtime is reduced and fuse replacement is eliminated with circuit breakers. In case of overload or short circuit, the breaker trips, opening the circuit and protecting the conductors. When normal conditions are restored, the breaker can be closed (switched on) again.

Southland Electrical Supply stocks a extensive inventory of surplus and professionally reconditioned General Electric circuit breakers. To browse our inventory and purchase General Electric circuit breakers online, visit us at http://www.southlandelectrical.com Our GE circuit breaker inventory includes a large selection of  both residential and commercial type breakers. It includes both current production breakers as well as breakers no longer in production by GE.

Southland's specialty is discontinued items which are difficult to find at conventional electrical supply distributors.  In our many years we have recovered, reconditioned, and painstakingly organized General Electric molded circuit breakers.  These breakers are tested and guaranteed, and are ready for immediate delivery.

          Features

Features

  • 1" or " breaker sizes available

  • Copper to tabs copper connections with corrosion resisting tin plated tabs

  • Every breaker exceeds UL, NEMA, ANSI, and CSA requirements

  • 65oc/75oc conductor rating

  • Quick make / quick break box type terminals

  • Handle trips to center position, giving a clear indication of tripped breaker

  • Multi pole circuit breakers incorporate internal common trip

Types

  •  THQP, 15-50 Amp, ", 1 and 2 pole

  •  THQL, THHQL, TXQL, 15-125 Amp, 1",1, 2 and 3 pole

  •  TQDL, THQDL, 125-200 Amp, 1", 2 and 3 pole

Features

  • Spectra RMS Molded Case Circuit Breakers (SE150, SF250, SG600 and SK1200) have digital, solid state, RMS sensing trip system with field installable front mounted rating plugs to establish or change the breaker ampere rating.

  • Adjustable instantaneous with tracking short time is standard on all frames including SE150. The trip system uses digital sampling to determine the RMS value of sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal currents.

  • Molded Case

  • Solid State Trip System

  • Interchangeable rating plugs for easy de-rating without removing breaker
    Field installable accessories

Options

  1. MicroVersaTrip Plus Trip Unit
  2. MicroVersaTrip PM Trip Unit

Types

  • SE150 Current Limiting (SED, SEH, SEL, SEP) 15-160 Amp, 2 and 3 pole

  • SF250 Current Limiting (SFH, SFL, SFP) 70-250 Amp, 2 and 3 pole

  • SG600 Current Limiting (SGD, SGH, SGL, SGP) 60-600 Amp, 2 and 3 pole

  • SK1200 (SKH, SKL, SKH8, SKL8, SKP8, SKH12, SKL12, SKP12)

  • Additional General Electric Circuit Breakers Stocked by Southland Electric

Features

  • Molded Case

  • Thermal Magnetic Trip

  • Proven Reliability

  • Cost Effective

  • Fits multiple applications

  • Power +4 Trip Units

  • 150-1200 Amp, 120/240 to 600 Volt AC

  • UL, CSA, NEMA ratings

  • "Push to Trip" exercise mechanism linkages

  • Common trip bar prevents single phasing

  • Handle indicates trip condition for rapid restoration of load

  • Trip-Free mechanism ensures complete circuit protection even
     if handle is held  in "ON" position

  • Full line of internal and external accessories
    for custom applications

  • Reverse feed standard

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