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Bussed Gutters are now available for purchase. The ampacities are from 400 to 4000. Fabricated from 12 gauge cold-rolled steel with mounting ears for easy installation. Standard three-phase/four-wire configuration and custom configurations available. Lengths of up to 30 feet are ULlisted and please consult factory for larger lengths. Available in a horizontal or vertical design.

Arc Flash Mitigation Panel

Why is Arc Flash Mitigation so critical?

New NEC codes (240.87), NFPA codes (70) and OSHA regulations require arc flash detection on any new gear installed. Existing switchgear and large transformers typically do not have arc flash detection, making the gear susceptible to an arc flash. Arc Flash incidents can be costly and in worse case scenarios, can be deadly, making it critical to have detection in place.

What is unique about our Arc Flash Detection Panel?

Limit Damage

Using the Littelfuse AF0500 microprocessor-based arc-flash protection relay, arc-fault damage is limited by detecting the light from an arc flash and rapidly tripping the feeder breaker.

Reliable Detection

The Littelfuse PGR-8800 or AF0500 are UL and cUL listed Arc-Flash Relays that reliably detect developing Arc-Flash incidents without nuisance tripping by sensing a combo of arc light and current.

Retrofit or New Gear

This relay is designed and packaged in an Easter-Owens UL listed cabinet and can be mounted to existing gear as a retrofit or can be utilized in new gear as well. The unit is well suited for switchgear, transformer, motor controls center and power converter applications. Sensors, inputs, and connections are health monitored to ensure fail-safe operation.

Plug and Play

The Littelfuse PGR-8800 or AF0500 are UL and cUL listed Arc-Flash Relays that reliably detect developing Arc-Flash incidents without nuisance tripping by sensing a combo of arc light and current.