POW-R-Line CS Switchboards by Eaton: The Solution to Your Switchboard Needs Now, and for the Future

EIN Pow R Line Eaton 400

April 15, 2021

Introducing Eaton’s Pow-R-Line CS switchboard, the most compact, expandable, service entrance and distribution solution in Canada. This versatile design allows for top or bottom service entrance cables, and expansion sections to the main structure to suit any design requirement. Eaton’s Pow-R-Line CS switchboard provides a space-saving design advantage with a smaller footprint than any comparable switchboard in the market.

Key features and benefits include:

Expanded offering
• Pow-R-Line CS is the most comprehensive 12” deep switchboard in Canada; a freestanding design is available with  18” deep enclosures.

Expanded offering
• Metered fusible switches (FSMC), sub-main, breaker utility compartment, door-over-distribution, 90-C wireway, 1200A 100% rated main breaker

Compact footprint
• Smaller footprint than any other comparable switchboards in the market

Versatile configuration
• Barriers provide individual compartments for the main disconnect, utility compartment and distribution
• Top/bottom entry of service entrance cables.

Quick ship
• Shipped exclusively from the regional Satellites to ensure competitive lead times

For more product information, visit HERE.

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