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Murray Residential Circuit Breakers Phase-Out

The Murray brand will be phased out and replaced by equal Siemens products. This is being done to adjust to changing markets, plan ahead for the future, as well as improve supply chain stability and inventory position.  The phase-out will be accomplished in two steps:  1) the production of Murray Circuit Breakers and Small Circuit Load Centers will discontinue in December of 2019, and 2) the production of Murray Rock Solid Load Centers will discontinue in July of 2020. 
 
Murray Meter Combos, Small Circuit Load Centers, and Breakers are typically identical apart from labeling.  Rock Solid Load Centers have Siemens equals in function and size.  Customers can expect the same high quality product, previously Murray, to now have the high quality Siemens name.  For over 160 years, Siemens has produced excellent performing electrical products in the market that provide increased levels of safety.  With its long history of engineering and innovation, Siemens Residential products implement advanced technology to guarantee performance and reliability.  We look forward to a continued partnership with you!
For comments or questions, please contact your local Siemens sales representative.  For product replacements please use the following cross reference guide.


Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI)

AFCIs employ electronic circuitry to continuously monitor a circuit and detect the unique characteristics of hazardous arcing faults. Murray AFCIs accomplishes this while still distinguishing these arcing faults from connected loads that inherently arc by design, such as fluorescent lighting, motors, switches, etc.


Surge and Circuit Protection

Murray SPD Breaker protects at the point of entry where electricity enters a home through the main electrical service panel.



Accessories

Murray offers a varity of field installed accessories including: Padlocking Devices, Handle Ties, Interlocks, and Blocking Devices.




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