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Old 02-20-2013, 01:31 AM   #1
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I'm getting conflicting stories. I need a 30A 220 and two 20 A 110 circuits in one QO quad breaker. (Yes, I should have bought a larger subpanel. Hindsight is great.) Does Square D make them?

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Doubt a home center would have them. Try checking a supply house that deals in sq d.

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I don't think I've every seen such a breaker from Square D. That doesn't mean that they don't make them.
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Type QO breakers are not available in a "quad" configuration.

Some older ones (over 30+ years ago) were available in double-2-pole configurations, but nothing has been recently produced.

Get a larger sub-panel, or change over to the Homeline stuff.
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How about adding a subpanel?
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Yes, if that is easier you could simply add another sub-panel leaving the others intact.
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Histortywise., I know the QO series I never did see them come in quad verison at all so I really doubt if they ever show up like that.

But run of mill single pole tandems of course I have see it.

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