NAGF15 -Federal Pioneer 15 Amp Single Pole GFCI Circuit Breaker

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NAGF15 - Federal Pioneer Stab-Lok Ground Fault (GFCI) Circuit Breaker


  • Range of product: Stablok
  • Product or component type: Miniature circuit-breaker
  • Line Rated Current: 15 A
  • System Voltage: 120 V AC
  • Poles description: 1P
  • Breaking capacity: 10 kA
  • Mounting mode: Plug-in
  • Electrical connection: Screw connector
  • AWG gauge: AWG 14...AWG 2 (copper)
  • Authentic Federal Pioneer Product

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Great Service

Communication was great. Informed the order was placed. Informed when it shipped (next day). Informed the order was out for delivery.

I don't think the ink was dry before the order arrived.

Toby Hintze
Siemens QA115AFC 15-A Single Pole Combination AFCI Breaker

I used this 15A circuit breaker for a kitchen remodel to add AFCI protection to the lighting circuit as required in my area by the 2014 NEC. It seems to be working fine with no nuisance tripping that some brands of AFCI breakers experience. In general I've been fairly happy with the Siemens brand combination AFCI's. I've used them for several years on both new construction and renovations and they seem to be very reliable overall with no call backs for nuisance tripping after installation. I did get an unrelated new customer service call once for a randomly tripping Siemens AFCI and it turned out to just be a loose bulb in the bedroom ceiling fan light socket, so simple things like that can cause problems for any AFCI. The price for the circuit breakers here on Amazon was actually a few of dollars less than at my local supply house, which was a little surprising, since my cost from them is supposedly wholesale.

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