Craig & Derricott

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I-Switch ISD Panel Isolators

The ISD panel isolators from Craig & Derricott offer robust range of load break switches that feature simple installation in applications such as power distribution boards. The compact design also suits OEM’s and stand alone enclosure installations. This seires of panel isolators also feature windows for contact inspection, direct lug connections onto copper palms and internal locking feature.

On-load AC23A ratings
Direct lug connections onto copper palms
Windows for contact inspection
IP65 sealing door interlocking handles

1 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 8 working days
Price Each
PHP 478.59
(exc. VAT)
PHP 536.02
(inc. VAT)
units
Per Unit
1 +
PHP478.59
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