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Main product or component typeCircuit breaker range of productPowerPact P current sensor rating range400 A Line Rated Current400 A breaking capacity100 kA 240 V AC65 kA 480 V AC25 kA 600 V AC AWG gaugeAWG 3/0...500 kcmil aluminium/copper 3(cable(s)) trip unit technologyElectronic ammeter Micrologic 6.0 A LSIG Complementary product certificationsUL listedIECCSA System Voltage600 V AC module typeP-Frame mounting locationBusbar mounting modeI-Line poles description3P breaking capacity codeJ electrical connectionI-Line connection lineLugs load continuous current rating100 % device short nameA communication interfaceModbus height12.86 in depth8.05 in width8.27 in tightening torque50 N.mFor 0.15...0.37 in² (95...240 mm²) (AWG 3/0...500 kcmil)1...1.3 N.m Ordering and shipping details Category01210 - PG,H,J,K,L,N I-LINE BREAKERS Discount ScheduleDE2 Nbr. of units in pkg.1 Package weight(Lbs)32 ReturnabilityN Country of originUS Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW) REACh California proposition 65WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: - - - - - - - Substance 1DINP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and - - - - - - - Substance 2DIDP, which is known to the State of California to cause Birth Defects or other reproductive harm. - - - - - - - More informationFor more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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