Plug-in raceway

The Starline Plug-In Raceway designed by Universal Electric Corp. adds the ability to relocate electrical outlet plug-in modules anywhere on the raceway. Insulated copper bus bars are preinstalled on the raceway and the plug-in can be snapped into place without having to interrupt power. Units are available in 20-, 40-, and 60-amps busing.

08/01/2008


The Starline Plug-In Raceway designed by Universal Electric Corp. adds the ability to relocate electrical outlet plug-in modules anywhere on the raceway. Insulated copper bus bars are preinstalled on the raceway and the plug-in can be snapped into place without having to interrupt power. Units are available in 20-, 40-, and 60-amps busing. Customizable lengths of raceway up to 10 ft are available. The system is tested to meet NEC and UL standards and bears the ETL mark.

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