Combination elbows are used to conform to the building’s structure and to change the direction of the busduct within a confined space.
Unit of Measure

Type

N/A Edge Right Flatwise Up

Construction Type

N/A Single

Application

N/A Indoor

Material

N/A Painted Copper

Series

N/A HPB UL

Mounting Type

N/A Flatwise/Edgewise

Configuration

N/A TPDNE

Industry Standards

N/A UL

Certification Marks

N/A UL857

Conductor Material

N/A Copper

Ambient Temperature [Max]

N/A 55 ºC131 ºF

Number of Poles

N/A 6

Busbar Rating

N/A 1350 A

Frequency

N/A 50/60 Hz

Degree of Protection

N/A IP55 (up to IP67 upon request)

Conductor

N/A 75

Rated Operational Voltage

N/A 600 V

Rated Insulation Voltage

N/A 600 V

Short Circuit Rating [6 Cycle]

N/A 15.83 kA

Phase Conductor - Cross Sectional Area

N/A 0.406 in²1.092 mm²

Neutral Conductor - Cross Sectional Area

N/A 0.838 in²100 mm²

Isolated Earth Conductor - 100% Earth Cross Sectional Area

N/A 1970 mm²

Isolated Earth Conductor - 50% Earth Cross Sectional Area

N/A 225 mm²

Housing Ground Path Cross Sectional Area

N/A 1970 mm²

Resistance at 68°F

N/A 0.35 mΩ/100·ft

Busbar Width

N/A 5.83 in148 mm

Busbar Height

N/A 5.24 in133 mm

X Length [Min]

N/A 10 in254 mm

Y Length [Min]

N/A 7.56 in192 mm

Z Length [Min]

N/A 9.84 in250 mm

X Length [Max]

N/A 24 in610 mm

Y Length [Max]

N/A 19.84 in504 mm

Z Length [Max]

N/A 30 in762 mm