The TS8 Disconnect Module
quickly and easily turns any single door TS8 modular freestanding industrial
enclosure into a flange-mount disconnect enclosure. The disconnect module
installs in place of a sidewall on the modular enclosure and will accommodate
the disconnect handle and cable operators available from most major
manufacturers. The compact
design of the TS Disconnect Module features a width of only 4 inch making it possible
to meet application requirements while conserving valuable floor space. The
module is available in four different sizes that accommodate popular TS8
enclosure specifications. Rittal's TS8 disconnect module provides yet another
level of adaptability to the already versatile TS8 enclosure with a reversible
configuration that allows it to be used on either the right or left side of the
enclosure. When used in conjunction with a mounting panel infill plate, an
additional 4 inches of mounting panel space is gained. The TS8 Disconnect
Module is a unique product in that it allows designers and integrators the
freedom to plan and build around non-disconnect enclosures while having the
flexibility to add a main disconnect to their system by simply adding the disconnect
module as an accessory.
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