|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 1.5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||UBIZ2100 (QCAL100)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 year|
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Connecticut Electric UBIZ2100 Zinsco Circuit Breaker, 2-Pole 100-Amp Thick Series
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- 10,000 aic 2-pole 100A
- Zinsco circuit breaker by connecticut electric type ubiz.
- For use in Zinsco load centers that accept type rc circuit breakers.
- Ul listed & certified
- 2 Pole, 100 Amp
- Type UBIZ for use in Zinsco load centers
- Thick series, requires two 3/4-inch spaces
- Former QCAL series, directly replaces QCAL100
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Amazon refunded my money right away.
Still lost 4 days with no power because of this junk. Home depot.com sells another brand that seems fine
I used this in an old GE panel from the 1970's and it fit on the bus bars, however I had to cut and modify the panel cover because it was deeper than the original breakers.
Remember to use Noalox® Anti-oxidant Compound on ALL aluminum electrical connections that are exposed to humidity or rated 50 Amp and greater!
came in barely working order - had to "play" with both for at least 5 minutes and was thinking to send it back, due to the mulfunction, but than finaly got it to work (do not know how long it will last - used only one and the other was kept for spare) - paid express shipping as well to get it a.s.a.p. price was right, about 40% less than anywhere else, but - "you get what you paid for" - if i had to do it again - probably would not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes, it was a very specific breaker that I needed to expand my electric capacity. The electrician installed it and it is working fine.Published 2 months ago by S. E. Moore
I installed the breaker and found that one of the poles was bad. Called Connecticut Electric to do an exchange and they said to first try banging the breaker on a table. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Clemson Tiger
Looked great. Within a few months one side of the breaker completely failed.Published 5 months ago by Gordon Kaiser