It's a CHCH panel and those are the only breakers you'll be fitting in that panel. IMO that's the benefit of a CH or QO.jigs-n-fixtures said:Call the realtor and ask them for a better picture that has the label clearly shown. It should have a list of all the breakers the panel is approved for. Which is not to say others may not physically fit, but they aren't listed/approved.
Thanks, the building is 1960It looks pretty old. Most of the older panels are listed for tandem breakers. It's the newer ones that are CTL (circuit total limitation). I believe prior to 1965 all panel could have tandem breakers. How old is the building? Is the sub-panel original? Hope this info makes sense and is helpful.
Thanks jrannis, just the kind of response I was looking for.Those tan handle CH types plug in like a QO breaker.
This is what you will need.
I have this load center in my house.