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Siemens Q2100 100-Amp 2 Pole 240-Volt Circuit Breaker


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  • 100-Amp
  • 2 Pole
  • Plug in type
  • 2-Inch frame
  • UL listed
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberQ2100
Item Weight227 g
Product Dimensions12.7 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm
Item model numberQ2100
Item Package Quantity1
Length12.7 centimeter
Width8.9 centimeter
Height6.3 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002N5HH
Best Sellers Rank #47,199 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First AvailableAug. 3 2011
  
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Product Description

SIEMENS" DOUBLE POLE CIRCUIT BREAKER 2"wide 100 amp, 120/240 vac Interchangeable Not interchangeable with Square D Homeline panels 10,000 AIR Switch indicator Switch rated Reduces the risk of electrical fires caused by overloaded circuits Plug-in Fits Siemens EC, Ultimate and MC Panels Standard overload and short circuit protection in Siemens load centers Use to feed main lug panels- not to be used as a main breaker UL listed C.S.A. approved Bulk

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Raed reviews ,its no brainer! Feb. 16 2013
By Tim - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
quality made and working fine and I expect it to last long long time ,read reviews on Amazon and this rated better than GE brand at great cost and free shipping with amazon prime ,would definetly reccomend to family and friends .
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Switched everything over to Siemens Feb. 9 2013
By B. E. Zimmerman - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Recently switched my house's load center out with Siemens gear and added a Siemens Generator-ready panel (check it out - probably cheaper than a transfer switch for portable generators and far more versatile). Anyway, there's no way you can test breakers in your house, so you basically have to trust the company that makes them. This is a company that's been building quality products for over 150 years. When it comes to my money and house, this is a best value. Good pricing from Amazon - better selection than the big box stores. I'll continue buying my Siemens switchgear from Amazon because of that. One note: These are sold as interchangable with other load centers. Siemens doesn't recommend that and the warranty may not be honored if you do use another's breaker in a Siemens panel or vice-versa. Would definitely recommend to friends and family.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Standard Siemens Breaker March 24 2013
By Marv Conn - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This is a good quality 35 amp breaker. I used this in my panel to replace a 25 amp breaker as part of an upgrade of the air conditioning system. This saved about $500.00 over having an electrician do the work.

This is very easy to install, but requires some knowledge of electricity. In my case, I turned off the main breaker and then removed the panel over the breakers. The old break just pulls out after the wires are detached at the screws. The new breaker gets put in the space from the old breaker. Basically, it clips on one side and slide over the other end. Then the wires for the breakers are attached. The breaker may stick a little but should just pry out.

Since the whole panel is powered down, there is little danger.

HOWEVER: When the panel is removed, the incoming power lines are bolted above the main breaker. Even though the breaker is off, there is still incoming power above that breaker, which is not covered in any way. Putting a tool or your hand on those wires will kill you! I would not attempt to install this myself if I did not have some experience with household current.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Switched everything over to Siemens Feb. 9 2013
By B. E. Zimmerman - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Recently switched my house's load center out with Siemens gear and added a Siemens Generator-ready panel (check it out - probably cheaper than a transfer switch for portable generators and far more versatile). Anyway, there's no way you can test breakers in your house, so you basically have to trust the company that makes them. This is a company that's been building quality products for over 150 years. When it comes to my money and house, this is a best value. Good pricing from Amazon - better selection than the big box stores. I'll continue buying my Siemens switchgear from Amazon because of that. One note: These are sold as interchangable with other load centers. Siemens doesn't recommend that and the warranty may not be honored if you do use another's breaker in a Siemens panel or vice-versa. Would definitely recommend to friends and family.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Exactly as ordered March 12 2012
By Dennis G. Bledsoe - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Purchasing at a local hardware store, or at the big box building supply outlet is always tough. If the item is available, usually the price is out of line. If not available, even though it may be ordered, it is usually delayed by shipping.

I don't know how Amazon does it, but shipping, even standard shipping is always prompt, and the description and images make buying the right product a snap.

As far as how it works, have to wait till the house burns down! Siemens is a leader in quality and performance.