60 amp gfi

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Old 09-18-13, 10:22 AM
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60 amp gfi

I have a swim spa that needs a 60 amp gfi with loaded neutral.
The panel is GE. I am told they (GE) dont make one. Will any other brand work?
 
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They sell a re-branded one in a spa panel - GE 60 Amp GFI Spa Panel-UG412RMW260P at The Home Depot
 
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Thanks. Will it fit my existing panel and does it have the neutral pigtail?
 
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Breaker will probably fit but not legal to pass inspection. Use a separate panel near spa - might also use as means of disconnect within sight.
 
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Midwest (owned by GE) also has both 50 and 60 amp spa panels. Both Home Depot and Lowes used to sell 50 and 60 amp Midwest Spa Panels.

http://www.midwestelectric.com/catalog/pdf/MET018.pdf

Use a separate panel near spa - might also use as means of disconnect within sight.
Astuff is right, you need a disconnect at the spa anyway so just feed the spa panel with a 60A 2P GE THQL breaker.
 
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