Newmar 50 Amp Double Pole Breaker W/ Black Throw

Brand: Newmar
Model: 50ADB

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All circuit breakers offered by NEWMAR are UL recognized and CSA listed for AC and DC
systems and meet USCG requirements as a qualified circuit protection device.

Single and Double Pole

Fit all NEWMAR electrical panels, as well as most other brands

  • Feature magnetic-hydraulic "trip-free" mechanism
  • 5-30 amp rated to 65 VDC or 277 VAC; 40, 50 amp rated to 32 VDC or 120 VAC (See rating note below).
  • Mounting scrws not provide order separatly
  • #10 screw terminals on rear for wiring


  • Red, white or black toggle handles
  • Single pole values: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40 or 50 amp.
  • Double pole values: 15, 20, 30 or 50 amp

Important Circuit Breaker Rating Note: Standard series breakers shown on this page which are rated higher than 30 amps are acceptable for use in 230 VAC Line-to-Line systems (where each leg is 115 VAC - to - neutral), but are not rated for 230 VAC line-to-neutral systems.

PriceSellerAvailabilityLast Seen
$40.33Hodges MarineIn Stock11 Jul 2019
$53.25Amazon.comIn Stock18 Jul 2019
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