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Square D EZM314125 3 Phase In 1 Phase Out w/4-Gang 125A Ring Type Meter Socket

Square D EZM314125 3 Phase In 1 Phase Out w/4-Gang 125A Ring Type Meter Socket

Regular price $2,499.00 USD
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Square D EZM314125 3 phase in single phase out 800A Bus 4-gang ring type meter sockets rated 125A each.

Square D EZ Meter-Pak branch meter compartments provide a compact footprint for multi unit construction applications. This branch unit supplies three phases in, one phase out with a four wire configuration. It is rated for 208Y/120VAC and 125A. The meter socket compartment has four ringed, five jaw meter sockets. The compartment has four horizontal 800A rated busbars. The busbars come with Visi-Tite joint nuts for connections, eliminating the need for torque readings. It is compatible with 40A to 125A two-pole plug-on QO circuit breakers. It is compliant with UL standards and the steel enclosure has a rating of NEMA 3R.

Note: 

1. Though this is a brand-new item, and, we will add additional carton outside its original manufactory's carton packing. Due to its heavy weight and potential long transportation.  Some minor cosmetic imperfections might occur, such as minor scratches, tiny paint offs etc.  By ordering this item, you agree to accept those potential minor cosmetic imperfections if any, in which will not affect to its operational functionalities.

2. Item will be shipped with insurance and signature required. Please make sure someone will be at destination address to exam and sign the package.

3. If you are not sure, please consult serving utility for their requirements prior to ordering and installing, as specifications and approvals vary by utility and may require local electrical inspector approval. All installations must comply with all national and local codes, laws and regulations. By ordering this item, you acknowledge that you already done your due diligence, fully understand installation requirements, confirmed with power/utility company and inspector for their approvals or fully understand the risks if you haven't done that yet and willing to take risk on your own.

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