CBS ArcSafe® Introduces RSK-iMPB1 Remote Operator for Intelligent Medium PowerbarTM Disconnect Switches
CBS ArcSafe®, a leading manufacturer of remote racking and switching solutions for low- and medium-voltage switchgear, introduces the RSK-iMPB1 remote operator for the Intelligent Medium PowerbarTM disconnect switches manufactured by E+I Engineering Group. Designed to remotely operate the on/off handle on tap-off disconnect boxes up to 250 A, the device can be installed over the handle whether it is in the on or off position.
Offered in wireless (RSK-iMPB1-W) and cabled (RSK-iMPB1-C) versions, the kits include the RSK-iMPB1 actuator, a Milwaukee CP2.0 rechargeable lithium battery, a 120 VAC Milwaukee battery charger, an instruction manual, and a carrying case. The wireless version comes with an RTL-1 handheld transmitter with 9 V battery, while the cabled version includes an RCL-1 handheld controller and a 30- or 50-foot cable.
Once the actuator is installed on the box, technicians can stand at a safe distance and use the controller to rotate the handle.
All CBS ArcSafe products are manufactured in the United States at our facilities in Denton, TX, and Charleston, WV. For more information, visit CBSArcSafe.com or call 877-4-SAFETY.
About CBS ArcSafe
CBS ArcSafe offers the electrical industry’s largest inventory of remote racking and switching solutions for low- and medium-voltage switchgear. The systems do not require modification to existing electrical equipment and allow technicians to operate equipment from a safe distance of up to 300 feet. All CBS ArcSafe equipment is manufactured in the United States at our Denton, TX, and Charleston, WV, facilities. CBS ArcSafe offers 24/7/365 emergency support and is happy to develop custom remote racking and switching solutions for customers. Learn more at CBSArcSafe.com or call us toll-free at 877-4-SAFETY.
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