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60A 347/600V F-Frame Circuit Breaker Busway Plug-In Unit

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  • Product availability
    Non-Stock - Not normally stocked in distribution facility
  • Price
    2,578.00 USD
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  • Main
    product or component type
    Section
    module type
    F-Frame
    Complementary
    fixing mode
    Plug-in
    System Voltage
    347 V AC
    600 V AC
    [Ie] rated operational current
    60 A
    busbar description
    Ground
    disconnector device type
    Thermal magnetic circuit breaker : 60 A
    Environment
    product certifications
    CSA
    UL
    Ordering and shipping details
    Category
    20183 - PFH /PHG/PHJ/ PHL C/B PLUGS
    Discount Schedule
    PE7
    GTIN
    00785901753858
    Nbr. of units in pkg.
    1
    Package weight(Lbs)
    18.5
    Returnability
    N
    Country of origin
    US
    Offer Sustainability
    RoHS (date code: YYWW)
    REACh
    Product end of life instructions
    Need no specific recycling operations
    California proposition 65
    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including:
    - - - - - - - Substance 1
    Nickel compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and
    - - - - - - - More information
    For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents and Downloads

    Language
    • English
    Catalog
    Date
    Size
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    Busway Systems (Version 6.2)
    Date 3/22/18
    Size 11.9 MB
    EU RoHS Declaration
    Date
    Size
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    Date 11/1/18
    Size 195.3 KB
    REACh Declaration
    Date
    Size
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    Date 11/1/18
    Size 195.3 KB
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