Larson Electronics Releases Explosion-Proof Lighting Panelboard, 200-Amp Main Breaker

May 9, 2019

Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of an explosion-proof lighting panelboard designed for use in hazardous locations and rugged work sites. This unit is rated for 480Y/277 three-phase and has a 3-pole, 4-wire configuration, featuring a 200-amp main breaker.

The EPPB-3P4W-480Y.277-200MB-2X100-1X40-2X15A explosion-proof lighting panelboard is rated for use in Class I, Groups B, C and D; Class II, Groups E and G; Class III; and Class I, Zone 1, AE x d IIB hazardous locations. This unit is suitable for circuit protection in hazardous locations and features a primary voltage of 480Y/277 three-phase. This unit features two 100-amp, one 40-amp and two 15-amp breakers. This unit also carries a NEMA Type 4X, 7 and 9 rating.

Larson Electronics’ explosion-proof panelboard is made of copper-free aluminum with cover bolts made of stainless steel. A corrosion resistant NEMA 4X breather and drain is available to reduce internal condensation, which also protects against rain and hose water. This panelboard is suitable for use in industrial facilities, hazardous locations inside and outside, marine locations and more.

About Larson Electronics LLC: Larson Electronics LLC 

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