UBI Replacement Bulk Circuit Breakers

Connecticut Electric Zinsco Packaged Circuit BreakerYour Source for Replacement Circuit Breakers for Use in Federal Pacific®, Pushmatic® and Zinsco® Load Centers

Connecticut Electric leads the way in options when it comes to quality replacement circuit breakers.

UBI Breakers:

  • Meet or exceed ANSI/UL 489 Standard
  • Have a 10,000 amp interrupting rating
  • Are HACR and/or SWD rated
  • Are available in thick, thin and twin designs

Performance Tested

Representative samples of the UBI Series were tested in accordance with the National Electrical Code and the Standard for Molded-Case Circuit Breakers Enclosures, ANSI/UL 489, 10th Edition. The following tests were performed: 200% Calibration at 25°C, 135% Calibration at 25°C Overload, Tungsten Lamp Load, 100% Calibration at 40°C, Endurance, Interrupting Ability, 200% trip-out at 25°C and Dielectric Voltage Withstand.

After evaluation, these breakers were found to comply with the applicable requirements of the Standard for Molded-Case Breakers and Circuit Breaker Enclosures (ANSI/UL 489, 10th Edition), as required by the National Electric Code.

Connecticut Electric, Inc.5508 128th Street E., Puyallup, WA 98373 • 1-800-472-3819
425 Sycamore Street, Anderson, IN 46016 • 1-800-730-2557
www.connecticut-electric.com

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