Rotary disconnect switches

Fused and non-fused rotary disconnect switches are available up to 1200A and include open and enclosed options for increased flexibility

04/08/2013


Fused and non-fused rotary disconnect switches are available up to 1200A and include open and enclosed options for increased flexibility. Courtesy: Cooper BussmannA new line of fused and non-fused rotary disconnect switches are available from 16A to 1200A also include open and enclosed options to meet UL508 and UL98 requirements. This complete line of load break disconnect switches is built to serve as a main disconnect, provide branch circuit protection or handle the equipment and motor loads often found in industrial or manufacturing applications. Open fused and non-fused disconnect switch models provide the flexibility of point-of-use configuration when designing and assembling custom panels. A complete offering of accessories, from handles and shafts to door mounting kits, allows users to custom build the exact configuration needed. 

Cooper Bussmann 

www.cooperbussmann.com



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