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I-Line Power Distribution Panelboards

Power Distribution Panelboard

Innovative design, smart bus technology, and simple installation

Schneider Eletric
Power Distribution - Circuit Breaker Type
  • Features

    The I-Line® power distribution panel is the most versatile on the market. It is used to feed NQ, NQOD and NF lighting and appliance panelboards. I-Line panelboards can also feed large motors and temperature control systems.

    • 600Vac, 250Vdc maximum
    • 1200 Amp main circuit breaker or main lugs
    • 1200 Amp maximum branch circuit breaker
    • cUL Listed for use on systems with up to 200K max. RMS symmetrical amperes available fault current when using current limiting main or branch circuit breakers
    • Fully rated and series rated systems available
    • Standard copper interior at 800A and 1200A
    • Interiors are field convertible for top or bottom feed
    • Interiors accept plug-on or bolt-on branch circuit breakers
    • Interior, front and most circuit breakers only require a screwdriver for installation
    • Dead front trim is easily installed
    • Branch circuit breaker mounting flexibility; capable of mounting a 15A circuit breaker next to or across from a 1200A circuit breaker
    • Circuit breakers on right-hand side of I-Line® bus stack completely independent of position and frame size of circuit breakers on left-hand side
    • Circuit breaker plug-on jaws have no fasteners – less time spent on installation and maintenance
    • Circuit breakers do not require any additional external mounting hardware
    • Average branch circuit breaker installation time less than one minute
    • Circuit breaker connections are “blow-on” type which draw the connector jaws together, providing a firmer grip under high level short circuit conditions 
    • Circuit breakers include a push-to-trip feature to exercise the tripping mechanism 
    • Well suited to rearranging circuits