Larson Electronics Releases Explosion-Proof Lighting Panelboard, 208Y/120 3PH, 3-Pole, 15A Breakers

May 28, 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 work sites. This durable panelboard is rated for 208Y/120 three-phase and has a 3-pole, 4-wire configuration.

The EPPB-3P4W-208Y.120-20AMB-3X20A-3X15A 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 hazardous locations. This panelboard features a primary voltage of 208Y/120 three-phase, and a 20-amp main breaker and three 20-amp and three 15-amp branch breakers. This unit is made of copper-free aluminum with stainless-steel cover bolts and protects against the ingress of rain and hose water.

Larson Electronics’ explosion-proof lighting panelboard features aluminum lacquer paint, and a corrosion resistant NEMA 4X breather and drain are available to reduce internal condensation. This explosion-proof lighting panelboard is suitable for use at industrial facilities, hazardous locations, indoor and outdoor space, marine locations and more.

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