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All electrical systems, regardless of their size or structure, rely on effective power distribution. Distribution prevents unwanted electrical problems like short circuits, power surges and serious damage to an electrical system or electronics component. In fact, every type of electrically powered structure must have a proper power distribution system in place. Grainger supplies electrical contractors with all the necessary power distribution and electrical equipment for safe and secure installation in manufacturing, industrial, commercial and residential buildings. This includes circuit breakers for proper wire panel installation, circuit breaker enclosures, panel boards, power inverters, busway for proper machinery wiring and much more.

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Keeping in mind that fuses and circuit breakers protect circuits differently, we need more information on your project. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can discuss your project.

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Want to connect a port generator back up feed. looking for poss. 30 -50 amp toggle sw. or recommended safe connection options
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It sounds like you are in need of a Double-Throw Safety Switch.

A non-fusible, 240VAC, 30A, NEMA 1 Indoor rated 2-pole switch would be a Grainger # 1H299.

A non-fusible, 240VAC, 60A, NEMA 1 Indoor rated 2-pole switch would be a Grainger # 1MN30.

For further assistance in identifying or selecting the right item for you, please contact us at 800-323-0620 and ask to speak with Grainger Technical Product Support for Electrical.

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Grainger does offer wireless switches that will work with 240v; however, none with a rating close to 60 amps.

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We have many amp meters to choose from. To narrow the list of what will work for you, we need more information. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss the voltage and amperage of your equipment.

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Build a panel box for 20 circuits of 110v for a town fair event where vendors can plug in their extension to their booth. The thought is to make it easy for vendors to have electricity for booths.

Need component list to determine cost of project.

An electrician would make connection from 220 to this proposed panel box.
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Grainger offers portable panel solutions such as the 14N244. We need more information to answer your question specifically; such as the amperage of the panel. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your need in greater detail.

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For an old cutter-hammer distribution box; non-arc fault, single-pull breaker has a number on it: L-3596. The non-fault breaker has a notch in it, so arc-fault breakers found at Menards or Loews do not fit box.
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Unfortunately Grainger does not currently stock any breakers that fit Cutler Hammer panels.

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I need to get a general electric 2 pole 50 amp. ground fault circuit interrupter. general electric serial number THQL2150GFP
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As listed in the GE catalogs, THQL2150GF1, is not currently a stock item for us. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can provide you with a quote for this breaker.

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