Protect Against Arc Flash

May 1, 2006
The Arc Flash Safety System is designed to jointly address National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) compliance and protect workers against the dangers of arc flash explosions.

Comprised of the vendor’s Intersafe Data Interface Ports, window kits, folding shelves, the Concept Keyboard Box and external data pockets, the Arc Flash Safety System is designed to provide safe, convenient and affordable exterior access to controls. Key to the systems are the Intersafe Data Interface Ports, which are programming ports designed to provide access to controls inside an enclosure without the need to open enclosure doors—an act which can trigger an arc flash and explosion. Twenty-one Type 4/12 mild steel and 51 Type 4X stainless steel and polycarbonate standard models feature connectors that interface with all major data and industrial communication protocols, and either a breaker-protected GFCI or standard duplex outlet.

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