Larson Electronics Releases 100-Amp Power Distribution Panel, 120/240V AC, 1-Phase

April 22, 2019

Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of a 100-amp power distribution panel for use at work sites. This unit provides single phase 120/240V AC via a shunt-trip main circuit breaker panel and provides operators the ability to safely tap into and distribute 120/240V AC power from generators and direct grid power.

The PDU-PNL-MCB-100A.ST-120.240V-1X60A-6X20A power distribution panel allows operators in industrial settings to tap into and utilize power sources independently of the work area. Operators provide their own line-in cables for use with this unit with knockouts provided for convenient installation of those cables. This unit’s panel is housed in a NEMA 3R enclosure for protection against moisture and dust for use indoors and outdoors.

Larson Electronics’ power distribution panel features a main circuit breaker panel is equipped with one 60-amp 2-pole breaker protecting one 60-amp 360R6W IEC 60309 250V receptacle and six 20-amp 1-pole breakers protecting six 20-amp 5-20R 125V GFCI quad receptacles, which are all equipped with weatherproof covers. The transformer is grounded to the frame with a grounding lug provided and is suitable for use at construction sites, for plant maintenance and turnarounds, and more.

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