Power distribution panel

An updated version of the 1200 A 600 Vac Portable I-Line Power Distribution Panel has been released.


HIPOWER SYSTEMS has released an updated version of its 1200 A 600 Vac Portable I-Line Power Distribution Panel. The panel will increase mobility and expand placement options for users that use portable power systems. The model, where high-tensile aluminum replaces carbon steel where practical to reduce weight, retains every bit of its durable design, as well as its UL1640 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 14 ratings. Features of the 1200 A 600 Vac Portable I-Line Panel include: 1200 A 600 Vac 3P-5W, 45-in. spacing I-Line interior; powder-coated, NEMA 3R aluminum enclosure; forklift pockets and lifting eyelets; four sets of male 400 A 16-series Camlok inputs with snap covers; four large removable gland plates; two small removable gland plates; large, clear polycarbonate window; pad-lockable door with four 1/4 turn latches; and bottom access trap door.



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