Line-isolation switch

The OEM Line Isolation (OLI) switch provides the ability to access the control panel without exposure to line-side voltage.

04/13/2017


Eaton OEM Line Isolation SwitchThe OEM Line Isolation (OLI) switch provides the ability to access the control panel without exposure to line-side voltage. The switch isolates line-side power and provides an external disconnecting means for industrial control panels, reducing the risk of arc flash hazards. The OLI switch can be mounted on a control cabinet or disconnect enclosure, providing safer access to the panel. The switch is offered as a complete package including enclosure, disconnect, handle, flex-cable operator, and all other necessary components. Features include a gasketed side wall that mounts to the OEM cabinet and a modified heavy-duty safety switch with NEMA Type 12/3R and 4/4X enclosures.

Eaton, www.eaton.com

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