AutomationDirect adds HPB series open-style Edison power distribution blocks

The Edison power distribution line now includes the HPB series open-style power distribution blocks as a convenient way to manage power distribution needs. Engineered with tin-plated aluminum connectors suitable for copper conductors, the distribution blocks maintain a high SCCR rating of 200 kA, with proper fusing, and are suitable for both factory and field wiring.

03/01/2010


AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect's HPB series openstyle power distribution blockes are suitable for both factory and field wiring.

 

The Edison power distribution line now includes the HPB series open-style power distribution blocks as a convenient way to manage power distribution needs.

 

Engineered with tin-plated aluminum connectors suitable for copper conductors, the distribution blocks maintain a high SCCR rating of 200 kA, with proper fusing, and are suitable for both factory and field wiring. In single-pole and three-pole models, the series is available in 175 A and 310 A blocks.

 

The HPB series open-style power distribution blocks is UL listed and meets UL1953 standards. To increase protection, safety covers are also available. www.automationdirect.com

 

 

 



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