Re Duplex or Twin Circuit Breakers:
I needed to get a twin 15/15 amp twin breaker for a Murray Panel.
Home Depot had two nearly identical ones:
Cutler Hammer BD1515 (with the "rejection tab" feature)
and the BR1515 without the tab.
I had not noticed if the mating contact in the panel had the notch for
the tab to go into,
so I bought the BR1515 that did not have the rejection tab.
As it happens, the contact in the panel was notched.
All is well. It works fine.
The shelf label at Home Depot said that the BR1515 was "current
limiting" (I think) and the item cost $15.
The other one (BD1515) with the tab said "non current-limiting" (I
think) and only cost $9 or $10.
Besides the presence or absence of the tab, what other differences are
there between these items that explain the price difference?
Should I be replacing the breaker I already installed with the kind with
the rejection tab, now that I know it fits? Am not concerned about the
price but about any other issue that I don't undertand.
I have been unable to construct a Google search that provides me with an