Larson Electronics Releases Power Distribution Panel, 800A, 480V 3PH, (2) 400A 3P 480V Breakers

May 21, 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 power distribution panel providing 480V three-phase via a main lug only panel. The main lug only panel features two 400-amp 2-pole 480V branch breakers. This 800-amp unit allows operators the ability to safely tap into and distribute 480V AC power from generators and direct grid power.

The PDU-PNL-3P-MLO-800A-480V-2X400A.3P power distribution panel comes equipped with knockouts for installation via operator-provided line-in cables. This panel is designed to operate with 480V three-phase voltage where power distribution runs 480V through an 800-amp main lug only panel. This unit is housed in a NEMA 3R steel enclosure that protects against dust, dirt and moisture for indoor and outdoor use. This unit can be locked to deter tampering.

Larson Electronics’ power distribution panel’s transformer is grounded to the frame with a grounding lug that is provided. This unit measures 27” in length by 15” wide by 7” in height and weighs 39 pounds. This unit is suitable for use indoors and outdoors, construction sites, plant maintenance and turnarounds, and other hazardous locations.

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