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Panelboard Switches - In Stock - New, Used, and Obsolete

West Coast Power offers an extensive line up of new or professionally reconditioned panelboard switches from all of the top manufacturers. We stock both fusible and circuit breaker type panelboard switches in current ratings of up to 1200 Amp, as well as single or twin configuration switches, with two or three poles and voltages between 240 to 600. Our panelboard switches respond reliably every time to even the most demanding electrical applications. Our obsolete stock includes General Electric switches built before 1960 that function like the day they rolled off the line. All of our panelboard switches, new or used, are backed by a full 1-year warranty.
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West Coast Power stocks panelboard switches from top manufacturers including: Challenger, Continental, Cutler Hammer/Eaton, Federal Pacific, General Electric, Siemens/ITE, Square D, Sylvania, Westinghouse, and Zinsco. Most of the time, the panel and the breakers inserted into it must both be from the same company. Each company has one or more "systems", or kinds of breaker panels, that only accept breakers of that type. Certain panels use seemingly interchangeable 1-inch-wide (25 mm) breakers. However, a given manufacturer will often specify exactly what devices are permitted to be installed in their equipment. These assemblies have been tested and approved for use by a recognized authority. Replacing or adding equipment which "just happens to fit" can result in unexpected or even dangerous conditions. Such installations should not be done without first consulting manufacturers.

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