Product Spotlight, November 2011

Product Spotlight, November 2011

Product Spotlight, November 2011

Automatic Transfer Switch

This dual 200A/split 400A automatic transfer switch transfers 400A of power from two 200A service panels. Featuring factory prewired generator power distribution, the switch is compatible with the Symphony II power management system for GE Generator Systems. Both UL- and CSA-rated, the product is not applicable for use in homes with a single 400A service panel.

Briggs & Stratton
Circle 300

GFCI Receptacle

The SmartlockPro Slim ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) line now includes the Slim
Duplex GFCI with Guide Light. Featuring a pair of LEDs that automatically respond to ambient light, becoming brighter when light levels in a room are low, the device offers a profile up to 25% slimmer than traditional GFCIs, according to the company.

Circle 301

GFCI Receptacle with Alarm

The Audible Alarm GFCI receptacle features a standard trip indicator light plus an audible alarm. Offered in 15A and 20A tamper-resistant duplex GFCI receptacles, hospital-grade models are available. Other features include high-impact-resistant, thermoplastic construction and SafeLock Protection that shuts off power to the receptacle if there is a ground fault or miswire or if GFCI protection is compromised.

Legrand/Pass & Seymour
Circle 302

Disconnect Switches

Five switches have been added to the company’s line of fused, non-fused, and NEMA 4X-rated disconnect switches. The EJFS303RSO (30A) and the EJFS603RSO (60A) NEMA 4X enclosed switches feature a compact, rugged design and are 30% smaller than comparable units, according to the company. The FBJX fused switches are nearly 2 in. narrower than earlier models and offer box terminals up to 100A. The FSSC non-fused switches are 100kA SCCR and are listed to UL98 for service entry applications, while the SX AC and SXDC non-fused switches are IEC-rated and listed to UL98 for service entrance applications.

Circle 303

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