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New UL Listed 4500 Remote Electrical Shutdown Station

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Now available, the new UL listed Knox 4500 Remote Electrical Power Shutdown Station that can be used by first responders during an emergency. The shutdown switch station contains a UL listed shunt trip switch housed in a NEMA 3 container which may disconnect electrical power to the building. With the new 4500 Station, this shutdown switch is protected against tampering or physical attack from unauthorized individuals. The device can also be wired to shutdown electrical equipment and systems such as generators, power distribution centers, photovoltaic/solar powered systems, HVAC controls and telecommunications equipment. Available in multiple finish colors and configurations.

For more information, visit the Knox Company website at www.knoxbox.com or call 800-552-5669.
 

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