Schneider Electric 3 Pole Panel Mount Non Fused Isolator Switch - 80 A Maximum Current, 37 W Power Rating, IP20, IP65
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Front/Door Mounting Switch Disconnectors
Forming part of Schneider Electrics Vario Switch range is this selection of isolator switches which are sometimes referred to as switch disconnectors. Comprised of a strong and durable material that is suitable for a multitude of environments, these three-pole versions are perfectly suited for manual motor control applications. Super easy to connect and wire as it comes to you undrilled, which enables variable cable entry positions.
Adaptable with simple attachment of auxiliary contact, neutral pole, or up to 3 main poles to basic 3-pole switch
Suitable for main/emergency switching
690V nominal voltage
Ingress protection IP55
Full compliance with BS/EN 60947-3
Supplied as complete kit in one pack
Features & Benefits
Performs local isolation, manual override & safety switch functions
For use in applications where there is a need to disconnect electrical equipment from the circuit, most commonly needed for repair and maintenance of electrical equipment
These disconnect switches can also be used as safety switches
Created and designed to safely isolate a circuit whilst it is being used or maintained
What is the difference between a fused switch disconnector and a non-fused switch disconnector?
Unlike fused switch disconnectors, a non-fuse isolator switch does not use a fuse to break or put a circuit into isolation, they instead use a rotary to disconnect or isolate a circuit.
How does an isolator switch work?
This type of isolator switch can sometimes be referred to as a switch disconnector, this is because it has been created and designed to safely isolate a circuit whilst it is being used or maintained. This isolator switch breaks or isolates a circuit through the rotation of the rotary handle and locking ring. This type of non-fused isolator switch will be found isolating circuit breakers, transmission lines, transformers and a multitude of other applications.
The figures quoted for rated operational power within the price table are with respect to a voltage of 230/240V, with figures within brackets ( ) being those with respect to a voltage of 690V.
The higher current rating refers to use in free air, the lower current rating represents use in an enclosure.
UL, CSA, GL
Schneider Electric Vario Range
|Number of Poles||3|
|Mounting Type||Panel Mount|
|Voltage Rating||690V ac|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+50°C|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-20°C|