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What type of branch circuit breakers are used with ALL of the current design Combination Service Entrance Device(CSED) catalog numbers?

Issue:
Current design branch breaker

Product Line:
Combination Service Entrance Device

Environment:
Branch breakers

Cause:
Product use and application

Resolution:
1) CSED devices up to 225amp Maximum that CONTAIN branch breaker provisions and would use HOM(Homeline) branch breakers are as follows:
All the catalog numbers beginning with prefixes of RC, SC, SO and SU

2) CSED devices up to 225amp Maximum that CONTAIN branch breaker provisions and would use QO branch breakers are as follows:
All the catalog numbers beginning with prefix of QC,

NOTE: SOME OF THE CSED CATALOG NUMBERS rated up to 225amp Max. DO NOT HAVE PROVISIONS FOR BRANCH BREAKERS. THEREFORE WOULD NOT USE HOM OR QO BRANCH BREAKERS. SEE CURRENT DIGEST FOR THESE SPECIFIC CATALOG NUMBERS


3) CSED Devices rated 300 or 400amp Maximum that CONTAIN branch breaker provisions and that use HOM(Homeline) branch breakers are as follows:
All the catalog numbers beginning with prefixes of RU and SU

4) CSED devices rated 300 or 400amp Maximum that CONTAIN branch breaker provisions and that use QO branch breakers are as follows:
All the catalog numbers beginning with prefixes of CU and QU.

NOTE: SOME OF THE CSED CATALOG NUMBERS rate 300 or 400 Amp MAX. DO NOT HAVE PROVISIONS FOR BRANCH BREAKERS. THEREFORE, WOULD NOT USE HOM or QO Branch Breakers. SEE CURRENT DIGEST FOR THESE SPECIFIC CATALOG NUMBERS.
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