Larson Electronics LLC Releases 225 Amp 480V 3 Phase Portable Power Distribution Panel

September 13, 2018

Larson Electronics LLC, a leading industrial lighting company, announced the release of a 225- amp portable power distribution panel that provides reliable and safe power distribution ideal for use in industrial worksites. This power distribution panel allows operators to tap into and distribute 480VAC power from a variety of sources including remote generators and standard grid power.

The PDU-PNL-3P-MCB-225A-480V-N3R-2X100A.3P is a 250-amp portable power distribution panel that offers operators in industrial worksites a safe way to utilize power sources independently of the work area. This portable panel operates on 480V AC three phase voltage, running the power through a 225-amp main circuit breaker panel. This panel contains two, 100-amp 3-pole 480V branch breakers.

This NEMA 3R distribution panel is operable indoors and outdoors for general applications such as construction sites, plants maintenance and turnaround, exhibits and shipyard operations. The PDU-PNL-3P-MCB-225A-480V-N3R-2X100A.3P is certified to UL 1640 and housed in a space saving enclosure that protects the unit from particles in the air and moisture. The unit is constructed of steel and features a slim profile with plug-in mounting configurations. Lockable opening deters the possibility of tampering. Knockouts are included for the convenient installation of operator provided cables.

"This power distribution panel is perfect for general use power distribution both indoors and outdoors,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “Larson Electronics is certified to build portable power distribution systems, ensuring this distribution panel is built in accordance to NFPA 70 and UL 1640 certifications.”

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