Remote Switch Actuator

circuit breaker CBS ArcSafe

The CBS ArcSafe RSA-164J remote switch actuator (RSA) operates the Square D PowerPact, P-Frame 250-1200 A, manually operated molded case circuit breaker without having to make modifications to existing electrical equipment because of CBS ArcSafe’s magnetic latching system.

The lightweight, portable RSA-164J allows technicians to remotely close or trip the circuit breaker from a safe distance of up to 300 ft. while remaining stationed outside the arc-flash boundary. Typical applications include metering and monitoring, and protection for motors, transformers and other large non-linear loads. Designed, manufactured and assembled in the USA, all RSA units are portable, fast and easy to set up, offer mechanical and/or electrical safety protection, are adjustable to fit unique electrical equipment configurations, reduce the requirements for personal protection equipment (PPE), and help customers with NFPA 70E arc-flash safety compliance. Optional features include radio remote with range up to 300 ft., 24 Vdc LED light, wireless video camera system with LCD monitor, and rugged protective case assembly.

For more information about CBS ArcSafe or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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