Where can I get the SP units that can be combined to form a 2 pole? The units I get at local stores are limited to SP applications according to the packaging.
You're welcome. I believe the reason that GE can do this is because they took the gfci out of the afci. All brands, except ge, have 30 ma of gfci built into their afci breakers.Thank you Dennis.
Do you know if GE will make an AFCI that will have the 4-6ma Gfci protection?You're welcome. I believe the reason that GE can do this is because they took the gfci out of the afci. All brands, except ge, have 30 ma of gfci built into their afci breakers.
Don't be confused because Sq. D and others soon to follow have afci breakers that will have 4-6ma gfci built in. These can be used to satisfy the new requirements in the 2014 NEC where afci and gfci are required. The 30 ma units will not satisfy those requirements.
The right model are the models that they sell now.. There is only one afci to be bought. I agree if you use an older generation breaker then it may not work but all the new ones will workWhat dennis said:
http://apps.geindustrial.com/publib...TNR=Application and Technical|DET-719|generic
Has to be the right model though.