3M™ Deadbreak T-Body w/Test point

    • Meets IEEE Strandard 386 and IEEE Standard 592
    • Capacitive test-point
    • Fully shielded, deadfront connection
    • Interchangeability per IEEE standard 386
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    For industrial/occupational use only. Not for consumer sale or use.
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Brand
    3M™
    Current Rating
    600 A
    Maximum Operating Voltage
    25/28 kV, 35 kV
    Product Type
    Dead Break
    Voltage
    25/28 kV
    Voltage Application
    Medium Voltage
    Details
    • Meets IEEE Strandard 386 and IEEE Standard 592
    • Capacitive test-point
    • Fully shielded, deadfront connection
    • Interchangeability per IEEE standard 386

    3M™ Deadbreak Equipment Connecton T-body is a safe and reliable method for terminating (equipment connection), splicing, add-on tap or dead-end of medium voltage pwer cable. The Deadbreak T-body is a fully shielded, insulated, bolted connecting system.

    For industrial/occupational use only. Not for consumer sale or use.

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