Drawout panelboard and switchboard

Eaton’s drawout MCCB switchboard and drawout MCCB panelboard may be substituted for nearly any traditional application but have been specifically designed to meet the needs of mission critical industries that desire maximum uptime to protect critical loads, data integrity, and operational continuity.

04/08/2013


Eaton’s drawout MCCB switchboard and drawout MCCB panelboard Eaton’s drawout MCCB panelboard and switchboard may be substituted for nearly any traditional application but have been specifically designed to meet the needs of mission critical industries that desire maximum uptime to protect critical loads, data integrity, and operational continuity. On both units, drawout feeder MCCBs are available in 2- and 3-pole offerings from 20 to 600 A. The MCCBs are designed with a drawout cassette that has two distinct parts. The cassette “base” is specially designed so that the lineside connections to the panelboard or switchboard’s vertical bus and the loadside connection to the feeder conductors can be permanent.

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