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Siemens 12 Space, 24, Circuit, 100 Amp, Main Breaker, Indoor Load Center, Copper Bus Bars

by Siemens

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  • 100 Amp
  • Load Center
  • 12 space, 24 circuit
  • Main breaker
  • Indoor rated
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number P1224B1100CU
Item Weight20 pounds
Product Dimensions21 x 16 x 6 inches
Item model numberP1224B1100CU
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime - parts only
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #458,194 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableAugust 23, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

Siemens PL series of load centers is a premium feature rich design. The load center is single phase 120/240 Volt 12 space 24 circuit and comes with a factory installed 100 Amp main breaker a combination surface/flush mount cover and Copper bus bars. There is no need to purchase ground bars as they come standard in the PL series of load centers.

From the Manufacturer

Siemens PL series of Load Centers is a premium, feature rich design. The Load Center is single phase, 120/240 Volt, 12 space, 24 circuit and comes with a factory installed 100 Amp Main breaker, a combination Surface/flush mount cover, and Copper Bus Bars. There is no need to purchase ground bars as they come standard in the PL series of Load Centers.

From the Manufacturer

High quality, feature rich designs

Siemens offers a complete solution to your residential and commercial electrical needs, with the most modern and feature rich designs on the market. Products include:

  • Premium contractor focused PL Series load center design
  • Value engineered ES series load center product line
  • Industry leading AFCI technology products
  • Single and multi-family metering solutions
  • Standby power solutions
  • Electric vehicle charging stations
  • Whole house surge protection

Siemens PL Series Single Phase Load Centers

The load center designed with the installer in mind

Siemens maintains two lines of load centers known as the ES and PL Series. The two product lines both feature single and 3-phase offerings, extended circuit models, and indoor or outdoor enclosures.

Designed for value, the ES Series load centers offer an Aluminum-bussed panel and cover all load center applications including 100 – 225 amps, 12 – 70 circuit, and single and 3-phase for indoor or outdoor application. All ES Series load centers come with a 10-year warranty.

The PL Series load centers make labor savings a priority. According to a recent study RS Means found that “the Siemens product requires less installation time, ranging from 5 percent … to 29 percent with an average time saving of approximately 15 percent.” The time-saving features, along with the standard Copper bussing and lifetime warranty, provide savings and reliability for both the installer and homeowner.

To see more details on the PL features, enlarge the image to the left. Those features include:

  • Ability to install the load center upside down for bottom fed applications, eliminating conductor waste
  • Main lug devices can be converted to main breaker with a main breaker kit (type MBKXXXA)
  • Exclusive trim mounting tabs hold the trim in place will tightening the cover screws
  • Exclusive pre-positioned bond screw eliminating troublesome parts bags
  • Patented INSTA-WIRE screws on neutral and ground bars saving installation time
  • Separate trim carton to keep the cover safe during home construction
  • A rigid molded plastic basepan
  • Factory installed ground bars eliminating the need for accessory purchases
  • Combination surface/flush mount cover
  • Copper bus bars

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott W. Larson on July 19, 2013
I was getting bothered by my old Pushmatic panel that was installed in the 1960's. The insides were spaghetti, the two-pole circuit breakers disconnected two circuits when one overloads, and someone decided to run a subpanel to it for no clear reason. Probably the biggest safety hazard was no main breaker -- someone saved a few bucks by connecting the buses straight to the meter.

The City Inspector was wonderfully helpful when I showed him my plan. The permit was not expensive at all. I already understood all of the most important issues when replacing the panel. The wires from the meter were more than long enough to reach the main breaker (things get complicated if this isn't the case). The power company was prompt in disconnecting my power, not so prompt when reconnecting it however.

The old panel came off easily and it was worse than I had thought. Through the decades people had just snipped neutrals instead of unscrewing them and pulling them out. Multiple neutrals and grounds were under single screws. Some weren't even completely screwed down! More incredible was that the bottom breaker spot was defective. Pushmatic breakers screw into the bus and the hole for the bottom screw had been drilled in the wrong spot on the bus. That explained the subpanel.

I can't imagine how installing this panel could have been easier. There is so much room in panels these days. I planned ahead to make sure that all cables had enough length to reach the breakers with plenty of slack. The 2 gauge main feed wires went into the breaker easily (hint: tighten the screws, wait, then tighten them again since old large stranded copper can settle under compression). Connecting the circuits went blazing fast with an electric drill. Zip zip zip.
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