DC Safety Switch

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A disconnect means specifically engineered to meet the needs of solar power generation.

  • Fused and Non-fused Disconnect Versions
  • Flexibility of Application
  • Enhanced Finger-Safe Design
  • Meets UL and NEC® Requirements
  • Flange Handle Operation
  • Current-Limiting Fuses Reduce Arc Flash Hazard

 

 

 

Catalog Details

Product Profile #3156

Volts 600Vdc
Amps 30, 60, 100, 200A
Type - F = Fusible with neutral
- N = Non-fusible with neutral

Features

NEC 690.17 Compliant Label

Warns that the switch terminals may be energized in the open position

High Visibility Padlockable Handle

Easy to operate with gloves and up to three padlocks to protect maintenance personnel

Visible Switch Contacts

Positive visual identification of switch state

Door Interlock

Prevents opening door while energized, but can be manually overridden for testing or inspection

Clear Polycarbonate Deadfront

Covers energized parts to provide added protection against electrical hazards. Lineside stays in place during fuse servicing

Fused Version For Added Protection

Fuse clips located on switch center pole to ensure both clips are de-energized in OFF position. Meets NEC® Article 690.16 that requires isolating the fuse from all potential supply sources. Cooper Bussmann recommends using the Limitron® fast-acting, current limiting PVS-R Class RK5 fuse (order separately)

Conduit Knockouts

For easy conductor installation

NEMA 3R, 12 & 4X Enclosures

Meet many application requirements.3R and 4X stainless steel well suited for isolating outdoor solar power installations

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