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T-Spec V12-CBF180 V12 Series 180 Amp 1/0 or 4 AWG In/Out Circuit Breaker Corrosion Resistant

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Original price $33.14 - Original price $33.14
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$33.14 - $33.14
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T-Spec V12-CBF180 V12 Series 180 Amp 1/0 or 4 AWG In/Out Circuit Breaker Corrosion Resistant

V12 Series 180A Circuit Breaker by T-Spec®. In a "one size fits all" world it's rare to see a company provide a wide range of options. The team at T-Spec understands how difficult it can be to find just the right product for your application. That is why the new T-Spec line of circuit breakers cover nearly every level imaginable! T-Spec circuit breakers utilize the finest materials to ensure maximum performance and hassle-free installation.

Features:

  • 1/0 or 4 AWG In/Out
  • 180 Amp
  • Manual reset button
  • 24K Hard Gold Plated
  • Resistant to corrosion
  • Developed with modern technology and innovation
  • Meticulously Tested for the ultimate in quality
  • Created by professionals to meet your requirements

  • 1 x Circuit Breaker

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