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TeSys LK4 Non fusible disconnect switches

Non-fusible disconnect switches are compact or standard sized switches that break and make power circuits, on and off loads, and provide safety isolation.

The LK4 disconnect switch series offer a wide range of customizable switch combinations ranging from 30 A to 1200 A.

TeSys LK4 Non fusible disconnect switches
  • Features

    LK4 30 to 100 A
    Non-fusible disconnect switches are compact switches that break and make power circuits, on and off loads, and provide safety isolation.
    LK4 100 to 1200 A
    Non-fusible disconnect switches are heavy duty switches that break and make power circuits, on and off loads, and provide safety isolation.
    LK4 30 to 100 A
    •    Positive break indication
    •    Touch safe
    •    DIN rail or back plate-mounted
    •    Direct or external operation handle
    •    Contact point technology
    •    Total integration
    •    Wide range of accessories
    •    Upgradeability
    •    Compliance to major certifications and approvals
    LK4 30 to 100 A
    •    Fully visualized disconnection
    •    Positive break indication
    •    High thermal and dynamic withstand
    •    Severe utilization categories
    •    High electrical and mechanical endurance
    •    Reliability
    •    Safety of property and personnel
    •    Simplicity
    •    Easy assembling

    Benefits

    These switches are extremely durable and are tested and approved for use in the most demanding applications.
    A full line of NEMA/UL/IP rated handles are available including standard configuration and padlockable options.


    Applications

    Industry, infrastructures, building, etc: 

    They provide a disconnecting means for downstream low voltage electrical circuits. They are particularly suited for the switching of the incoming main circuits to electrical panels, including the emergency stop.