Modular fuseblocks and power distribution blocks

AutomationDirect's Edison modular knifeblade fuse blocks for Class J and Class R fuses are designed to simplify design and enhance safety and have a built-in lockout/tagout feature that prevents unauthorized fuse insertion or removal.

12/30/2015


AutomationDirect's Edison modular knifeblade fuse blocks for Class J and Class R fuses are designed to simplify design and enhance safety and have a built-in lockout/tagout feature that prevents unauthorized fuse insertion or removal. Courtesy: Automation

AutomationDirect's Edison modular knifeblade fuse blocks for Class J and Class R fuses are designed to simplify design and enhance safety. They feature optional high-clarity, see-through, IP20 finger-safe covers and have a built-in lockout/tagout (LOTO) feature that prevents unauthorized fuse insertion or removal. The modular fuse blocks have a snap-together design and are UL listed with creepage and clearance distances for feeder and branch circuits; 200A and larger fuse blocks also meet requirements for service entrance circuits. The modular Class J power distribution fuse blocks combine fuse block functionality with power distribution capability, which eliminates the need for a separate power distribution block.

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