piwik image

Send Print
  1. pin-int


EATON CHP42L225X6 1-Phase Insulated/Bondable Split Standard Main Lug Load Center, 120/240 VAC, 225 A, 1 Poles, 25 kA Interrupt

  • Manufacturers: Eaton
  • Brand Name: EATON
  • BPN: CHDCHP42L225X6
  • MPN: CHP42L225X6
  • UPC:786689055202
  • Min. Order Qty: 1
  • Qty. Interval: 1
  • Available at this location: loading -- Locations

Eaton's CH 3/4-inch loadcenters enclose CH circuit breakers for power distribution and circuit protection in residential and light commercial applications. Also called a breaker box, electrical box or even a fuse box, the main function is to take electricity supplied by the utility and distribute it throughout the home to feed lights and receptacles. Covers are typically packaged separately and available as surface or flush mount.

EATON Main Lug Load Center, 1-Phase Insulated/Bondable Split Standard, 120/240 VAC, 225 A, 1 Pole, 25 kA Interrupt, 84 Circuits, CH/CHP Breaker, Plug-On Neutral Breaker Mounting, 3-Wire Wiring Configuration, 42 Spaces, 4 AWG to 300 kcmil Wire, Plug-On Mount, NEMA 1, X6 Enclosure Box, Sheet Steel Housing, 34.12 in L x 14.31 in W x 3.88 in H

Amperage Rating      :      225 A
Breaker Mounting      :      Plug-On Neutral
Breaker Type      :      CH/CHP
Dimensions      :      34.12 in L x 14.31 in W x 3.88 in H
Enclosure Box Size      :      X6
Enclosure Type      :      NEMA 1
Housing Material      :      Sheet Steel
Interrupt Rating      :      25 kA
Mounting Type      :      Plug-On
Number of Circuits      :      84
Number of Poles      :      1
Number of Spaces      :      42
Type      :      1-Phase Insulated/Bondable Split Standard
Voltage Rating      :      120/240 VAC
Wire Size      :      4 AWG to 300 kcmil
Wiring Configuration      :      3-Wire
  • Quick make, quick break switch mechanism combined with inverse time element tripping operation and trip free handle design
  • Type CH circuit breakers trip to the Off position eliminating nuisance callbacks
  • The thermal magnetic trip curve avoids nuisance tripping on mild overloads while reacting almost instantaneously to severe short circuit conditions