Utility supplies: New Transockets from TESCO

Utility supplies electrical tools utilitiy equipment Transockets TESCO

Bristol, PA—Utility equipment: TESCO has announced a new product offering, expanding its capabilities to 600 amps of service. With the new TESCO single-phase and three-phase Transockets, we offer the flexibility of a single enclosure for current-transformer metering, and allow the mounting of current transformers & test switches. By combining the meter socket and transformer cabinet, TESCO provides a cost-effective metering solution.
 
TESCO Transockets are available with 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13 or 15 terminal meter sockets. The Transockets are suitable for overhead and underground service and are pre-wired to your specifications, with your choice of current transformers, voltage transformers (if applicable) & test switches.
 
TESCO (The Eastern Specialty Company) is a manufacturer and service provider to the Electrical Utilities industry, owned by, run by, and staffed by engineers who have spent the last 25 years working to address and solve the toughest metering problems.

For more information about TESCO or other transockets, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide..



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