Loadbreak connector system
The Clēēr Loadbreak Connector system designed by Cooper Power Systems is a 600 A/15 kV single-phase rated loadbreak connector that offers a visible break and a visible ground without de-energizing, un-bolting 600 A terminations, or moving heavy cables.
The Clēēr Loadbreak Connector system designed by Cooper Power Systems is a 600 A/15 kV single-phase rated loadbreak connector that offers a visible break and a visible ground without de-energizing, un-bolting 600 A terminations, or moving heavy cables. This system can be easily retrofitted; offers a visible break when used for sectionalizing, splicing, or in-line; and features vacuum switchgear with visible, front panel circuit traceability. The loadbreak connector is fully submersible for use in both surface and subsurface installations. This design allows for sectionalizing in tight spaces, while the adjustable bracket allows mounting at various angles for easy access, even from above ground for vault applications.
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