I came across a panel in a new home with Eaton CH breakers. There was a ‘trip’ indicator window, but no test buttons or coiled wire. I’m was not able to find this exact breaker online, but did read that some Eaton CH breakers comply with 2014 NEC. All the AFCI breakers I’ve ever seen have a test button and coiled wire.
My question: is this breaker compliant with 2014 NEC for AFCI protection? Didn’t get a clear photo of the side label.
Is AFCI protection not required in your area? I have heard stories of contractor removing all of the AFC circuit breakers after the final inspection but that doesn’t seem obvious in the photo. Also the way that the cables enter the panel is not permitted by the NEC.