The new HVPB series accommodates both bare and prepared (lugged) wire with multiple splicing, distribution and studded terminal combinations.
BOWLING GREEN, OHIO – Marathon Special Products, a division of Regal Beloit Corporation, is proud to announce an addition to our Power Terminal Block product line. The High Voltage Power Block (HVPB) series will meet the growing demand for UL certified terminals for use at voltage levels greater than 600V. The new HVPB series accommodates both bare and prepared (lugged) wire with multiple splicing, distribution and studded terminal combinations.
This new High Voltage Power Block (HVPB) Series is the first Nema style power block series to have UL1059 conformance up to 1500 volts at ampacity levels from 350 to 950. Additionally, many of the models include terminals evaluated for use with 90°C wires, multiple wire ratings (per terminal) and stud terminals to reliably terminate flexible stranded classes of wire such as DLO cable. They can be purchased with or without Marathon's unique hinge covers for additional protection.
The HVPB Series can be used for variety of applications including industrial control panels, solar combiner boxes, junction boxes and inverter panels. For more information, please call customer service at 419-352-8441 or email email@example.com.
About Marathon Special Products:
Marathon Special Products, headquartered in Bowling Green, Ohio, has been an industry leader in electrical/electronic components designed for circuit protection and connection applications for over 70 years. Our product offering includes fuse holders, power distribution blocks, touch proof power blocks, single and double row terminal blocks, heavy duty terminal blocks, NEMA and DIN sectional terminal blocks. Marathon Special Products is a division of Regal-Beloit Corporation. For more information, please contact the company by phone at (419) 352-8441 or visit http://www.marathonsp.com/.
Regal Beloit Corporation (NYSE:RBC) is a leading global manufacturer of innovative and efficient solutions for motion control, air flow and power generation. Headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin, the company serves customers from its facilities located in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, South Africa, Asia and Asia Pacific. The company's common stock is a component of the S & P Mid Cap 400 Index and the Russell 2000 Index.