Connecticut Electric, Inc. Announces a New Product Extension to Their Line of Proprietary Replacement Circuit Breakers

UBIF2100N 2P 100A CBUBIF2100NConnecticut Electric, Inc. has developed the new UBIF2100N. The UBIF2100N is designed to replace the original Federal Pacific Electric Stab-Lok® 2 pole 100 amp breaker.

The UBIF2100N is a type NA (thick) 2 pole, 100 amp replacement breaker. It is the largest amperage available in this line of replacement breakers. The UBIF2100N is ETL listed to UL STD 489/CSA-C22.2 No.5.

The UBIF2100N is a safe alternative to panel replacement and may be ordered through the Connecticut Electric website at www.connecticut-electric.com.

Connecticut Electric, Inc., is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of specialty electrical components that are sold through electrical distributors, hardware stores and home improvement retailers. Connecticut Electric, Inc. products include proprietary branded circuit breakers as well as manual transfer switches and RV Power Outlets.

For more information, visit www.connecticut-electric.com or contact Leeann via email at laneel@connecticut-electric.com or call 800-730-2557.

Connecticut Electric, Inc.CONNECTICUT ELECTRIC, INC.
PHONE: 800-730-2557
www.connecticut-electric.com

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