Disconnect Switch can handle 125 amps

Sept. 1, 2008
Cole Hersee Company offers its High-Amp Double Pole Master Disconnect Switch. This heavy-duty switch can handle a continuous current of 125 amps (at each

Cole Hersee Company offers its High-Amp Double Pole Master Disconnect Switch. This heavy-duty switch can handle a continuous current of 125 amps (at each pole), up to 36 volts DC. Engineered for use in trucking applications, this durable switch is sealed to resist the elements.

The High-Amp Double Pole Master Disconnect Switch controls two independent circuits, thus eliminating the need for users to purchase two separate switches while providing a cost-effective system. Additionally, this switch has the capacity to completely turn off one load while disconnecting two parts of the same circuit. This entirely shuts down the load circuitry, providing a safe disconnect and preventing electrical leaks that may drain batteries.

Visit www.colehersee.com for more information.

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