It blocks half of the clamping slot in the back of the breaker so it will only fit in the sections of buss with the notches in it. In a 16/24 panel for instance they will only fit in the bottom 4 spaces in the panel. I'll post a pic of one when I get home.FrunkSlammer said:I feel like this is a dumb question, but I can't be the only one wondering.. what and where is the rejection tab?
I have lived in Indiana my entire life. I'm not sure that I would have a Canadian only breaker in my stock. But I do end up with Canadian quarters in my pocket every now and then.FrunkSlammer said:I haven't been around that much or long, but I've never seen a rejection tab before. Wonder if it's a Canadian thing? Because that breaker you posted was CSA'd.
I live with 3 women, I've been told I was wrong a couple times myself.FrunkSlammer said:I don't mean a Canadian only breaker, I just mean I've not come across the 16/24 siemens like you mentioned. Seems like our Siemens are 2/4, 4/8, 6/12, 8/16, 12/24, 32/64, 40/80...etc. No need for a rejection tab, the panel boards and loadcenters accept all tandems. I could be totally wrong on this though.. that happens a lot. :laughing: