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Physical Specifications
   Style       
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   Ground Mounted       Ground mounted devices permit a variety of bushing orientations for single-sided access or for separate components. This category includes pad mounted and vault mounted devices. 
   Pole Mounted       Devices are designed to be mounted on a pole or tower. 
   Rack Mounted       Devices are designed to be mounted in an equipment rack. 
   Submersible       Submersible devices are designed to be installed underwater. 
   Wall Mounted       The device is intended to be mounted on a wall 
   Other       Other unlisted styles. 
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Electrical Switch Specifications
   Maximum Current Rating:       Maximum current rating refers to the maximum nominal or nameplate current capacity of a device. 
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   Maximum AC Voltage Rating:       This refers to the maximum AC voltage capacity of the device. 
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   Maximum Power Rating:       Maximum power rating is the maximum power capacity of the device. 
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   Number of Poles:       The number of poles the device can switch. 
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   Phase       
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   Single-Phase       Devices distribute a single AC voltage. 
   Three-Phase       Devices deliver three AC voltages that are 120° out of phase with each other. 
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Switch Control
   Switch Control       
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   Manual       Switches are regulated and controlled manually. 
   SCADA       Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) switches are used to control distributed systems from a master location. 
   Automatic Transfer Control       Switches are used with automatic standby generators that use single-phase or three-phase power and standard voltages during fail over. 
   Other       Other unlisted switch control methods. 
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Type of Actuator
   Type of Actuator Provided:      The type of actuator provided for switching the circuit.
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   Rocker       Rocker actuators rock or pivot about the centerline. 
   Pushbutton       This activation method is typically in the form of a plunger that is pushed down to open or close the switch. 
   Toggle Switch       This switch has a toggle that moves or swings to make or break the circuit. 
   Other       Other unlisted actuation type. 
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Features
           
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   Wiping Contacts       Wiping contacts are self-cleaning and usually low resistance. Wiping action creates mechanical wear. 
   High Inrush Current (>100A) Compatible       High inrush current switches are capable of handling a high inrush current. 
   Locking       Locking devices have a locking mechanism that requires a key to operate the switching functions. 
   CE Certification       This refers to the international commission on rules for the approval of electrical equipment. 
   CSA Certification       CSA certification is from the Canadian Standards Association. 
   UL Listed       These devices are listed as approved by Underwriter's Laboratory. 
   Dustproof       These constructions include features such as seals to increase resistance to dust. 
   Weather Resistant / Waterproof       Weather resistant or waterproof device include sealing such as hermetical sealing against moisture. 
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