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#47233 - 01/12/05 06:04 PM ITE type E-QP breakers  
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I have just run into a panel that uses ITE type E-QP breakers. Where do I find the information that states that Siemens type QP, or type Q breakers are the direct replacements for these?


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#47234 - 01/12/05 06:29 PM Re: ITE type E-QP breakers  
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Seimens bought Gould ITE awhile back (I'm sure you knew that) and can provide you with the information. I would think you could get this off of their web site, however I tried to find something on their site once and found it wasn't very user friendly, but maybe that has changed.


This is the same case as Westinghouse and Cuttler-Hammer.

Roger



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#47235 - 01/12/05 06:35 PM Re: ITE type E-QP breakers  
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Roger;
I tried thier website, and could find nothing. I called Siemens, and thier people could not give me a straight answer. So I am just looking for someone that might know of a publication that has been put out about the change. My electrical inspector asked me to find it. Thank-you for the help


#47236 - 01/12/05 07:33 PM Re: ITE type E-QP breakers  
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GEC, go to the link below, it shows ITE as being a registered trademark of Seimens.

I don't know if it's enough to make the inspector happy but it may help.
http://www.sea.siemens.com/ssi/include/trademark.html

Roger


#47237 - 01/13/05 08:00 AM Re: ITE type E-QP breakers  
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Roger;
Thanks for the link. I printed it for the inspector and will follow up later this afternoon. Thank goodness I know all the inspectors in this county, so maybe this will be enough for him. Again thankyou for your help.

Paul



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