Molded case circuit breakers

Noark Ex9M series molded-case circuit-breakers feature high performance level and smaller size, while being easy to install and able to provide improved safety guarantees for the operator.

02/15/2017


Noark Ex9M series molded-case circuit-breakers feature high performance level and smaller size, while being easy to install and able to provide improved safety guarantees for the operator. Courtesy: NoarkNoark Electric offers a complete range of 2- and 3-pole molded case circuit breakers in four frame sizes: M1 - 100 A, M2 - 225 A, M3 - 400 A, and M4 - 600 A. Each frame size offers a range of interrupting voltage ratings from 240-690 Vac and 250-600 Vdc. The M series conforms to global standards that include UL 489, CSA C22.2 No. 5-02 and IEC 60947-2. The product series feature high-breaking capacity and a new patented arc extinguishing design with installation flexibility: bus bar connection, lug line/load side connection, plug-in, rear connection, and draw-out.

Noark Electric 

www.noark-electric.com



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